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Civil Department

Undergraduate Program (B.Tech.)
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HOD's Message

Civil Engineering Department was established in the year 1983, with a vision to create responsible, multi-dimensional and quality engineers to serve the causes of the society. The department has grown since its establishment from a few specific sub-disciplines to its currently diverse manifestation. The department has highly qualified and experienced faculty members with specializations in various sub-disciplines of civil engineering.

The department aims to create quality and industry ready engineers imbued with human values, which are able to address the needs of the industry and society. For lifelong learning through rational and scientific approach, the faculty in the department implement a strategy of problem based learning and project based learning especially focused towards innovation, industry and research.

The department has forged various Memoranda of Understandings(MoU) with industry in order to facilitate the exposure to students, and update the knowledge with respect to the current engineering practices. The students are also given ample freedom to engage in co-curricular and extracurricular activities. Furthermore, the department also allows the faculty members to engage in consultancy and research projects.

I invite you to join the Civil Engineering Department and explore the wide and diverse world of engineering discipline totally dedicated to serve the causes of the society with sustainable development and with qualities of lifelong learning.

Dr. Vijaya S. Pradhan

Professor and Head

hodcivil@jnec.ac.in

Program Outline

The Bachelor of Technology (B.Tech.) in Civil Engineering degree program is approved by the All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE), New Delhi and offers Choice Based Credit System education. In addition to core courses, students can opt for discipline specific elective subjects, open elective subjects from different institutes of the University. In addition, this program is uniquely designed to increase the employability and to prepare students to work in a Multi-disciplinary work environment. The program offers Major degree in Civil Engineering and is open to students opting for minor specializations as per their interests.

Civil engineers have significant liability in their jobs, requiring team work as well as independent thinking. To provoke independent thoughts in students and importance of team work, the program also emphasizes on outcome based education, design thinking process and cooperative education components involving projects, seminars, internships, Activity Based Learning and Problem Based Learning. The students are prepared to be adaptable and industry ready having competencies across range of technical and non-technical subjects. They are challenged to learn the skills necessary to excel. These skills include planning, designing, operating, inspecting, and managing. They carry out survey, plan, analyze, design and build structures such as buildings, railways, highways, bridges, waterways, and irrigation structures like dams, canals etc. with sustainable development. After the completion of this program our students will be very well suited to serve in both industrial and service sector.

Key Features

  • Well-equipped & spacious laboratories

  • Highly qualified and experienced faculty

  • Industry-Institute interaction through alumni network and Memorandum of Understanding (MoU)

  • Mandatory in-plant training and Industrial visits for all subjects

  • Guest lectures by eminent personalities from industry

  • Civil Engineering Students’ Chapter

  • Technical events for students

  • Research centre for Ph.D. in Civil Engineering

  • Professional body membership by faculty and students


Career Opportunities

  • Public Sector Undertaking
  • Construction Industry
  • Structural Design Consultancy
  • Entrepreneur/ Self Employment
  • Academician/Researcher
  • Real Estate Development
  • Registered Valuer
  • Health , Safety and Environment
  • Billing Engineer
  • Software Design and Development.
  • Quantity Surveyor

Program Structure

The total credits students need to complete are 130 and are completed in 4 academic years. One academic year is divided in two semesters and assessment is carried out at the end of every semester including 20 weeks inplant training in VIII semester. The Quality is assessed by grading system.

Detailed 4-Year (Eight Semesters) Curriculum Contents* are

  1. Basic Science Courses

  2. Engineering Science Courses

  3. Professional Core Courses

  4. Professional Core Electives

  5. Electives (Starts from Semester IV)

  6. 15 days On site training in Semister IV

  7. Mini Project in Semister IV

  8. Major Projects offered in Semister VI and VII

  9. 20 week In-plant Training

  10. Social Science and Humanities Courses: Throughout the program every Semester

Infrastructure

Activities

Webinar on “Carrier opportunities in Civil Engineer”

Civil Department of MGM’s JNEC had organised a webinar on topic “Carrier Opportunities in Civil Engineering” dated July 11, 2020. HOD of Civil Engineering Programme Dr. Vijaya. S. Pradhan commenced the webinar. Webinar got stunning response from 405 registrations of various fields such as working professionals, academicians and students from India as well as abroad. Speaker brought the attention of participants towards carriers in Civil engineering that are emerging and trending. Latest trends and post Covid opportunities of working professionals and academicians during question and answer session was discussed.

Webinar on Earthquake Engineering

The Department of Civil Engineering organized a Webinar on Earthquake Engineering and Technology on 12th May 2020. Dr. Vasant Matsagar was the speaker for the Webinar. He is working as Professor in IIT Delhi. Dr. Vasant Matsagar highlighted the important aspects of Earthquake Engineering and technology. Students from various engineering colleges, researchers and Industry person attended the live webinar.

Webinar on “Role of Environment and Infrastructure in Transition into Healthy cities”

Department of civil engineering has organized a Live Webinar on “Role of Environment and Infrastructure in Transition into Healthy cities” on 29th May 2020. The speaker of the event was Prof. Ashwani Kumar, Associate Professor, CEPT University, Ahmedabad. He has highlighted different aspects of environment and infrastructure in relation to planning and development of cities. This has a greater impact on making cities healthy and liveable

CELEBRATION OF WORLD ENVIRONMENT DAY, 5th JUNE 2020

Department of Civil Engineering & Team VASUNDHARA, JNEC, MGM University organized an event to celebrate and create awareness related to Environment and COVID 19 on WORLD ENVIRONMENT DAY, 5th JUNE 2020. The event received overwhelming responses from students, faculty, researchers, industry people, and others from all over India. For Poster competition: 24 Entries (Self draw or Animated) were received, while for Essay 27 entries recorded (Marathi & English). The quiz competition recorded 416 entries. Participants were from different places like Aurangabad – Jammu – Jaipur – Ahmedabad - Punjab – Agartala- Nashik - Pune - Nagpur – Coimbatore.

WINNER FOR ESSAY COMPETITION:

  • Soumi Saha (NIT, Agartala) (English)
  • Vivek Diwan (JNEC, Aurangabad) (Marathi)

WINNER FOR POSTER COMPETITION:

  • Sakshi Lone (MGM Polytechnic, Aurangabad) (Hard copy)
  • Pallavi Jadhav (Latthe Education Society's Polytechnic, Sangli)

Various Technical Quizes in COVID-19 Lockdown Period

Visit to Kalika Steel Alloys, Jalna, by Prof. J.P.Bhandari

Students of TY Civil visited Kalika Steel Alloys, Jalna MIDC, Jalna. Students observed the Japenese technology of manufacturing the reinforcement which is a fully automatic and quenching process, reinforcement testing of the reinforcement at raw and finished stage.

Jayakwadi Dam Visit by Dr.V.S.Pradhan

Students of B.E civil visited Jayakwadi dam on 09 October 2019 to study the dam structure and its functioning .The students also visited drainage gallery to observe to dam instrumentation. The students visited the left bank canal of dam to study the various types of appurtenant structures.

Nandadeep Precast and Prestress Pvt. Ltd. Visit by Prof. L.G.Kalurkar

Students of B.E civil visited Nandadeep Precast Prestress Pvt. ltd to study the casting of precast concrete members on 10 October 2019. In particular the student observed the casting of cantilever wall of seven meters height. Mr. Prashant Verma guided the students through the construction processes.

Jalshakti Abhiyan by Dr.V.S.Pradhan

Jaldiwas was celebrated on 22nd July 2019 under the purview of Jalshakti Abhiyan. Civil Engineering Department had arranged a lecture talk on Inter basin Water transfer: A case study of transfer of water from upper Vaitarna basin to Godavari basin. The lecture talk was organized on 22nd July 2019. Er. Arun Ghate Sub Divisional Engineer, Command Area Development Authority, Aurangabad briefed the students regarding the transfer of inter basin water which will satisfy the water demands of Marathwada region.

Samruddhi Mahamarg visit by Prof J.P.Bhandari

Students of Civil Engineering Department visited Samruddhi Mahamarg at Jalna District on 10th October 2019. In this visit students observed the construction of Highway Pavement, Culvert, Bridges, Ready Mix Concrete Plant, Casting of Precast Girders and Quality Control Laboratory. Dy. Engineer Mr. Shrikant Kulkarni guided the students regarding construction of highway.

Carrier Opportunities in Government Sector for Civil Engineers

A lecture talk on Carrier Opportunities in Government Sector for Civil Engineers, the talk was organized by Civil Engineering Department on aspects on 6th August 2019. Joint Director of Town Planning, Nasik Division, Mrs. Prathiba Khonde Bhadane addressed the students regarding opportunities in Town Planning Department

Safe Track- 2K19 by Prof. L.K.Kokate

To create awareness of road safety amongst the students, a technical event Safe Track- 2K19 was organized by Civil Engineering Department in co ordination with Indian Road Safety campaign, Aurangabad on 28th August 2019. In this event the student identified reasons causing accidents and discussed the safety measures and remedial measures to reduce the road accidents.

Visit to MGM University Construction site by Prof J.P.Bhandari

This visit was organized for studying the reinforcement placement. Structural Drawings were studied and discussed with the site engineer, Also new centring method was studied by the students.

Teaching Faculty


Vijaya Pradhan
Associate Professor

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Dr. Mohammed Sadeque
Associate Professor

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Dr. Suddhasheel Ghosh
Associate Professor

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Uttamrao Jadhav
Assistant Professor

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Lakshmikant Kokate
Assistant Professor

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Ravindra Wanjule
Assistant Professor

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Sunil Ighare
Assistant Professor

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Jitendra Bhandari
Assistant Professor

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Geetika Bhise
Assistant Professor

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Ruchi Patil
Assistant Professor

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Urmila sarade
Assistant Professor

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Vrushali Nalawade
Assistant Professor

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Jaya Ramchandani
Assistant Professor

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Gajanan Shelke
Assistant Professor

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Ashutosh Pawar
Assistant Professor

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Rushikesh Rameshrao Yennawar
Assistant Professor

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Shaikh Mohd Siddiq
Assistant Professor

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BAROKAR YOGESH JANARDHAN
Assistant Professor

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DEEPAK P PATIL
Assistant Professor

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Sneha Magar
Assistant Professor

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