CIVIL ENGINEERING


(UG Program NBA Accredited for the period 1.7.2019 to 30.06.2022)

Introduction

The department of Civil Engineering was established during the year 1980 with an intake of 40 and it was accredited to NBA during the year 2006 and then to AICTE during the year 1994 till now. the department is supported with well qualified staff members in almost all the specialization of Civil Engineering. presently the intake of UG program has been enhanced to 120. further the department is also provided with MTech program in Transportation Engineering and Systems with an intake of 18. The department is also supported with the research center (Ph.D and MSc) recognised by VTU.

We are proud to inform that the department is succeeded in placing the UG final year students in different reputed construction companies. The department is also active with the MoU’s from different construction industries and conducting seminars and workshops more regularly.

We are proud to state that the department of Civil Engineering undertakes consultancy services both from government and private organizations and generates the revenue to the extent of Rs.20 to Rs.25 lakh per year .


Vision

  • To become a centre of academic excellence and place for learning professional skills to cater the technical challenges posed by the ever changing global environment and development.

Mission

  • To impart quality education and advances in Civil Engineering to meet the changing global scenario.
  • To assimilate the spirit of creativity, management and entrepreneurship in Civil Engineering and interdisciplinary field with ethical values
  • To provide a healthy ambience for teaching, research, consultancy and industry interaction activities to solve engineering problems

# Program Educational Objectives
Graduates will be able to:
PEO - 1 Pursue Civil Engineering profession as competent professionals working in private and government sectors by providing technically, economically and socially acceptable solutions.
PEO - 2 Pursue life-long learning in their profession by developing technical expertise in the use of modern tools and higher education leading to improved professional expertise and excel in teaching profession.
PEO - 3 Exhibit good communication skills while working as team members and team leaders and also possess team spirit and leadership qualities.
PEO - 4 Follow established professionalism, ethics, public policy, safety and sustainability as professional leaders and contributors to society when solving engineering problems and providing solutions.

# Program Specific Outcomes
PSO - 1 Plan, analyze, design and execute cost effective Civil Engineering problems to meet the societal needs.
PSO - 2 Learn advance techniques in the state of the art Civil Engineering including interdisciplinary techniques and develop new solutions to critical problems without compromising the standards.

# Program Outcomes
PO - 1 Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.
PO - 2 Identify, formulate, review research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.
PO - 3 Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.
PO - 4 Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.
PO - 5 Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modeling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.
PO - 6 Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.
PO - 7 Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.
PO - 8 Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
PO - 9 Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
PO - 10 Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.
PO - 11 Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.
PO - 12 Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.

Department Advisory Board/Committee

The department Academic advisory committee comprises HOD, Senior faculty, two external academician, two members from industry, two alumni members and two student members. The committee will review the academic quality and suggest improvements in the related areas.
# NAME WITH DESIGNATION CATEGORY

1

Dr Rajendra Khatawkar

Professor &HOD

Department of Civil Engineering,

JNNCE, Shimoga.

e-mail: rkphd9@jnnce.ac.in

Academician

2

Dr. C.G. Hemamalini

Professor

Department of Civil Engineering,

JNNCE, Shimoga.

e-mail: drhemamalini@jnnce.ac.in

Academician

3

Dr S.V. Dinesh

Professor

Department of Civil Engineering,

Siddaganga Institute of Technology Tumkur.

e-mail: dinesh@sit.ac.in

Academician

4

Dr P. Nanjundaswamy

Professor,

Department of Civil Engineering

S.J.C.E, Mysore.

e-mail: pnswamy@sjce.ac.in

Academician

5

Mr Lokesh

Executive Director,

 Infra Support Engineering Consultants Pvt. Ltd, Bengaluru

e-mail:lokeshtr@infrasupport.in

Industry

6

Mr Manjunath R

Airport Director,

Airport Authority of India,

Mysuru Airport – 571311

Karnataka.

e-mail: manjunatha.r@aai.aero

Industry

7

Mr Nagaraj KeladiGundajois

Project Director

L&T Constructions

Buildings & Factories

Bangalore-560092

e-mail: kgn@lntecc.com

Alumni

8

Mr Naveen Navale

e-mail: naveen.navale@yahoo.com

Phone-No: 8150944149

Alumni

9

Mr. Madhusudhan JV

Final Year Student

Department of Civil Engineering

JNNCE, Shimoga.

e-mail: madhusudhanjv1997@gmail.com

Student

10

Ms. Usha VamanBagari

Final Year Student

Department of Civil Engineering

JNNCE, Shimoga.

e-mail: ushabagari@gmail.com

Student

Details on Lab facilities

The Department of Civil Engineering infrastructure is comprised of number of class rooms, seminar hall and campus green spaces. The department has well spaced rooms with facilities of CCTV, Black board and a projector.

Name of the Laboratory Name of the Important Equipment
Basic Material Testing Laboratory Universal Testing Machine, Brinells Hardness Testing Machine, Torsion Testing Machine, Compression Testing Machine, Loading Frame
Geotechnical Engineering Laboratory Triaxial test apparatus, Shear test apparatus, Standard Penetration Test
Highway and Concrete Laboratory Benkelmen Beam, Ductility Testing Machine, Soundness Testing Machine, CBR Testing Machine, Aggregate Impact Testing Machine
Hydraulics Engineering Laboratory Venturi flume, Pelton Wheel Turbine, Kaplan Turbine Francis Turbine, Bernoulli’s Equipment
Environmental Engineering Laboratory Spectrophotometer, Flame photometer, Colorimeter pH Meter, BOD Incubator, Nephelo Turbidity Meter
Surveying Laboratory Total Station, Theodolite, Dumpy Level, Magnetic Compass
CADD Laboratory Computers Softwares



Additional Lab Facilities

Facility Name Details
STADD Pro Structural analysis and design software.
M X Roads Software used for accurate and rapid road design.
Benkelman Beam Used to determine rebound deflection of a pavement under a standard wheel load and tyre pressure.
Stabilized Mud Block Unit Used to make stabilized mud blocks for construction.
Marshall Stability Test Unit Marshal stability test is the performance prediction measure conducted on the bituminous mix
Class room

Department has six spacious class rooms with adequate seating capacity. Each class room is provided with Computer system, LCD Projector with screen facility. In addition to that Green glass board and Podium are provided in each class rooms


Department Library
The department has well maintained library with around 1400 books. The lists of previous year’s projects are made available in the department library with project reports. Along with Laboratory Manuals, Journals / Magazines, Data Sheets, Power Point Presentation, handouts, Course notes, Bound Volumes, Project Reports, conference proceedings and IS Code books are made available in the Department Library.

Seminar/Auditorium facility
Department has an air conditioned seminar hall with about 120 seating capacity. It is acoustically designed for good audio listening.



Teaching Faculty

Sl. No.

Name

Qualification & Specialization

Desig.

DOJ

EXP.(YRS)

Nature of Association

Profile

Emailid

1

Dr. Karthika B. S

B.E. (Civil) M.Tech (Remote sensing and Geographical Information System) Ph.D.(Soft Computing in Civil Engineering.)

Associate Prof. and Head

02.08.2010

10

REGULAR

Click Here

karthik@jnnce.ac.in

2

Dr. Sughosh P

B.E. (Civil), M.Tech. M.Tech(Environmental Engineering & Management), Ph.D.,

Associate Prof.

27.08.2019

1.5

REGULAR

Click Here

sughoshp@jnnce.ac.in

3

Srinivasa Pandit. A. N

B.E (CIVIL) M.E.(Water Resources)

Asst. Prof.

05.04.2005

20

REGULAR

Click Here

ansp@jnnce.ac.in

4

Shashikumar M Hiremath

B.E (ENV.ENGG) M.Tech (Environmental Engineering)

Asst. Prof.

26.09.2005

14

REGULAR

Click Here

shashi.m.hiremath
@jnnce.ac.in

5

Umapathi

B.E. (Civil) M.I.T. , M.E. (Highway Engg.)

Asst. Prof.

  10.08.2007

18

REGULAR

Click Here

umapathi75@jnnce.ac.in

6

Rabinandan. J

B.E. (Civil) M.Tech (Remote sensing and geographical information system)

Asst. Prof.

01.08.2011

11

REGULAR

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rabinandan@jnnce.ac.in

7

Raghuram K Chinnabandar

B.E. (Civil) M.E. (Highway Engg.)

Asst. Prof.

13.09.2010

9

REGULAR

 

raghuramkc@jnnce.ac.in

8

Sabareshwaran. S

B.E. (Civil) M.Tech (Structural Engg)

Asst. Prof.

17.08.2011

8

REGULAR

Click Here

sabaresh.s@jnnce.ac.in

9

Dattatreya S Bhasari

B.E. (Civil) M.Tech (Structural Engg)

Asst. Prof.

30.01.2012

7.5

REGULAR

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dattatreya.sb@jnnce.ac.in

10

Mohamed Ibrahim N

B.E. (Civil) M.Tech(Industrial Stuctures) (Ph.D.)

Asst. Prof.

01.08.2012

7

REGULAR

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mohamedibrahim@jnnce.ac.in

11

Anand. B

B.E. (Civil) M.Tech( Structural Engg.)

Asst. Prof.

06.02.2013

7

REGULAR

Click Here

anand002@jnnce.ac.in

12

Bindiya. K

B.E. (Civil) M.Tech(Geo Tech. Engg.)

Asst. Prof.

01.08.2013

6.5

REGULAR

Click Here

akshathasheregar@jnnce.ac.in

13

Akshatha. M

B.E. (Civil) M.Tech(Highway Technology)

Asst. Prof.

01.08.2013

6.5

REGULAR

Click Here

bindiyak@jnnce.ac.in

14

Chaya. D. Y

B.E. (Civil) M.Tech(Water Resources Engineering and management.)

Asst. Prof.

01.08.2013

6.5

REGULAR

Click Here

suchay20@jnnce.ac.in

15

Srinivasa. V

B.E. (Civil) M.Tech(Geo Tech. Engg.)

Asst. Prof.

22.08.2013

8

REGULAR

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srinivasajetty.v@jnnce.ac.in

16

Sagar. H

B.E. (Civil) M.Tech(Industrial Structure)

Asst. Prof.

07.02.2014

5.5

REGULAR

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sagarhalappa@jnnce.ac.in

17

Arun. V

B.E. (Civil) M.Tech (Transportation Engineering & Management)

Asst. Prof.

07.02.2014

5.5

REGULAR

Click Here

arun.v@jnnce.ac.in

18

Anirudh. N

B.E. (Civil) M.Tech (Transportation Engineering & Management)

Asst. Prof.

07.02.2014

5.5

REGULAR

Click Here

anirudh.n@jnnce.ac.in

19

Bhuvan Kumar. V. S

B.E. (Civil) M.Tech (Construction Engineering & Management)

Asst. Prof.

10.02.2014

5.5

REGULAR

Click here

bhuvanvsugavi@jnnce.ac.in

20

Kanchana. H. J

B.E. (Civil) M.Tech(Hydraulics Engineering)

Asst. Prof.

20.08.2014

5

REGULAR

Click Here

kanchanahj@jnnce.ac.in

21

Neeraj. S. N

B.E. (Civil) M.Tech(Transportation Engineering & Management)

Asst. Prof.

20.08.2014

5

REGULAR

Click Here

snneeraj@jnnce.ac.in

22

Ganesh Prasanna. S

M.Sc(Geology),(P.hD)

Asst. Prof.

05.09.2018

2

REGULAR

Click here

ganeshp@jnnce.ac.in



Technical Staff

# NAME QUALIFICATION DESIGNATION
1 Ravishankar. G. H. DCE Foreman (Sl. Gr.)
2 Venkatesh. M. R. DCE Foreman (Sl. Gr.)
3 Megharaja. K. R. Diploma Instructor (Sr. Sc.) (Maint.)
5 Ganesh. N. ITI Instructor


Supporting Staff

# NAME QUALIFICATION DESIGNATION
1 Manjunatha. N. 8th Std Attender (Sr. Sc.)
2 Umesh. M 8th Std Helper
3 Sunil G. D ITI Technical Helper
4 Reghavendra. S B Tech Mechanic
5 Avinash Jain. M DCE Lab Assistant


Name of the forum

CONSTRO Department forum was constructed under Civil engineering association. All the students of civil engineering program are the members of this forum


Office bearers

Two faculty members and students representatives of all the sections of the department will be office bearers. All the proceedings are supervised by Head of the department.


Scope & objectives

This Forum provides ample opportunity for students to discover the talent hidden in them. This forum gives a platform to students, to exhibit technical skill, presentation skill, communication skill in organising various events for students in the technical field.


Activities carried out and photo gallery

Every year various technical and social cause related events were organized under departmental forum and students will effectively involved in organizing the events and participate enthusiastically.

Events/Activities conducted under Department Forum - Click here to View

Dept. Forum Magazine

- Technical magazine will be released under Department forum CONSTRO every year to showcase talents and achievements of students and faculty.
2018 Magazine - Click here to View
2019 Magazine - Click here to View

Dept. Brochure

Department publishes news letter periodically. It gives the bird view of department activities, achievements of staff and students. JNNCE_Civil_2016-17 - Click here to View
JNNCE_Civil_2017-18 - Click here to View
JNNCE_Civil_2018-19 - Click here to View
JNNCE_Civil_2019-20 - Click here to View

Research Initiatives

VTU Research Centre in the Department of Civil Engineering was started in the year 2002, with provision for Ph.D. (Full Time / Part Time), Integrated Ph.D. and M.Sc. (Engg.). Since then the research facility is available for research scholars to carry out research in their specific area. Students and research scholars are encouraged to take up inter disciplinary research in various domains like Transportation Engineering, Highway Engineering, Hydraulics and Water Resource Management, Remote Sensing and GIS, Soft computing, etc


Publications

The faculties of the program are actively involved in publication of the technical/research papers in various national and international journals and conferences.

JNNCE_Civil_Publication_2018-19.pdf
JNNCE_Civil_Publication_2017-18.pdf
JNNCE_Civil_Publication_2016-17.pdf
JNNCE_Civil_Publication_2015-16.pdf

Funded Projects

The faculty members of the department are involved in carrying out research activities and funding is also sanctioned from various agencies to encourage the research works.

JNNCE_Civil_Funded Projects.pdf

Research Scholars

Both internal and external Research scholars have registered for Ph.D under VTU research centre. Among 12 external scholars two scholars have awarded Ph.D under VTU and three internal scholars have registered and pursuing their Ph.D.


Research Guides and Areas Available for Ph.D Program

The faculty members both from parent Institution and other Institutions have enrolled their names for the pursuance of their Ph.D. Further two scholars have awarded Ph.D. under the VTU during the year 2018-19. And one faculty received Ph.D. during the year 2016-17.
Total Research Scholars: Ph.D: 14 Registered (VTU), 01 Awarded (VTU)

JNNCE_Civil_Research Guides and Areas Available for Ph.D Programs


Consultancy

The faculty members of the department are also actively involved in consultancy work in addition to their regular academic work. The department undertakes consultancy services both from government and private organizations and generates the revenue to the extent of Rs.20 to Rs.25 lakh per year by soil testing, material testing, water and wastewater tests, road design, Benkle Beam Testing, Third party inspection tests; survey works using Total Station, Proof Testing etc.
JNNCE_Civil_Consultancy.pdf

Industry Institute Interaction

Our department also organises the industry institute interaction for students to give exposure for outside world and enrich their knowledge.
JNNCE_Civil_Industry Institute Interaction

Faculty Pursuing PhD

Faculties are encouraged to do Ph.D and currently seven faculties have registered and pursuing their PhD.
JNNCE_Civil_Details of faculties pursuing PhD


Placement Details

Final year students of the program were given placement training to enhance their technical skills at college level and our department is succeeded in placing the UG final year students in different reputed construction companies and got placed in various core companies and good percentage of students have opted for higher studies.

Co-curricular and Extra curricular Activities

Our Program encourages students to participate in Extra curricular activities conducted intra-institute level, and also students to publish papers in reputed journals.

Events, Seminars, FDPs & STTPs

In addition to the regular teaching process the faculty involve themselves in various training activities, Faculty Development Programmes (FDPs) and Short Term Training Programmes (STTPs) in order to update and enrich their knowledge.



Innovations by the Faculty in Teaching and Learning

In addition to the chalk and board method of teaching the faculty adopt various methods of teaching such as flipped classroom, on site teaching, case study demonstration, seminar assignments, National Programme on Technology Enhanced Learning (NPTEL) video class room, demonstration through working models and flipgrid assignment.

Book Publication

Dr. Karthika B. S. : International book on “Estimation of Evapotranspiration and water productivity” Publication Lambert academic publishing 2011.

Distinguished Alumni and entrepreneur

Distinguished alumni of the program have been associated with various decorated positions in society as well as in their professional career and are very dedicated towards their corporate social responsibility.

Publications

The faculty members of the department also actively involved in publication of the technical/research papers in various national and international journals and conferences.
JNNCE_Civil_Publication_2018-19.pdf
JNNCE_Civil_Publication_2017-18.pdf
JNNCE_Civil_Publication_2016-17.pdf
JNNCE_Civil_Publication_2015-16.pdf

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Facilities

Library and Information Center

One of the best places in our campus that we can boast of is our Library..

Hi-Tech Auditorium

The college has well furnished A/C Auditorium, which is equipped with state-of-the-art audio visual..

Modern Class Rooms

JNNCE has well furnished lecture hall equipped with audiovisual equipment like Smartboards, Projectors etc,.

Hostel and Transport

Hostels are a home away from home. We at JNNCE provide you a decent stay and the best possible learning environment.

Well Equipped Lab/Workshops

Well equipped spacious laboratories in all the departments so that student can perform development

Sports and Cafeteria

JNNCE recognizes the importance of sports and recreation for the overall development of student's personality.