Civil Engineering Department of KSRM College of Engineering is one of the five founding departments. The motto of the department is EXCEED (Excellence in Civil Engineering Education). The department provided its valuable consultancy services to Roads and Buildings (R & B) Department of Kadapa to improve Guvvalacheruvu Ghat section to enhance safety, comfort, reduce road accidents and travel time between Kadapa and Rayachoty. The civil engineering department is recognized as research center by JNTUA, Ananthapuramu. AICTE sponsored 13.55 Lakhs under MODROBS scheme to modernize and equip with latest digital equipment in Geotechnical Engineering Lab. The department conceived, planned, designed, developed and implemented the KSRM Library Information Project (KLIP).
To produce high competent ethical Civil Engineering profrssionals with globally perspectives for catering to local, national and global needs and evolving the department to provide state-of-the-art consultancy, reserch & development in the field of Civil Engineering and its allied areas.
M1: To produce high caliber Civil Engineers by providing rigorous hands-on education with innovative and original thinking in the minds of budding engineers to face the challenges of future.
M2: With continuous interaction of industries, research organizations and eminent professionals enriching the curriculum and setting the department as center of excellence for academics, consultancies and research in the field of Civil Engineering and allied areas.
M3: By inculcating the field activities, certificate programs, professional and ethical values to our students in order to make them prepare to face the competitive world.
PEO1 - Technical & Employability Skills: To enable the students for acquiring the required skills by successful completion of an advanced degree, professional development with industrial training course(s) in order the meet the industrial needs and embed the knowledge to adopt the futuristic transformation in technology.
PEO2 - Problem solving, Self learning & Leadership: By utilizing the new technologies and tools in order to enhancing the technical knowledge for advance professionalism to develop an ability for solving complex technical problems. Encouraging for publishing papers or delivering effective conference presentations for acquiring knowledge and instilling confedence to become a successful professional/entrepreneur.
PEO3 - Professional Ethics: To prepare students work in multidisciplinary teams on problems whose solutions lead to significant societal benefit.
PO1 - Engineering Knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.
PO2 - Problem Analysis: Identify, formulate, review research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substaniated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sicences, and engineering sciences.
PO3 - Design/Development of solutions: 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.
PO4 - Conduct investigations of complex problems: Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and sysnthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.
PO5 - Modern tool usage: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including predicition and modeling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of rhe limitations.
PO6 - The engineer and society: 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.
PO7 - Environment and sustainability: Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.
PO8 - Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of engineering practice.An understanding of professional and ethical responsibility and norms of electrical engineering practices.
PO9 - Individual and team work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
PO10 - Communication: 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 .
PO11 - Project management and finance: 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 projets and in multidisciplinary environemnts.
PO12 - Life-long learning: Reconize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.
The graduates in Civil Engineering will be able to
PSO 1: Analyze, Design, Construct, Maintain and Operate infrastructural projects.
PSO 2: Assess the environmental impact of various projects and take required measures to curb environmental deterioration.
PSO 3: Use latest softwares pertaining to various streams of Civil Engineering.
M.Tech Course: Geotechnical Engineering
Name of the faculty
|1||Dr.G. Sreenivasa Reddy||Professor||M.Tech.,Ph.D.||30.06.2006|
|2||Dr. V. Giridhar||Professor||Ph.D||03.12.2005|
|3||Sri. P. Suresh Praveen Kumar||Assistant Professor||M.Tech., (Ph.D)||12.03.2009|
|4||Sri. P. Rajendra Kumar||Assistant Professor||M.Tech(Ph.D)||01.06.2012|
|5||Smt. K. Niveditha||Assistant Professor||M.Tech.||02.09.2011|
Name of the faculty
|1||Prof. A. Mohan||Professor & Director||M.Tech.,( Ph.D)||1028602|
|2||Dr. N. Amaranatha Reddy||Associate Prof. & HOD||Ph.D||1022105|
|3||Dr. G. Sreenivasa Reddy||Professor||Ph.D.||1020602|
|4||Dr. V. Giridhar||Professor||Ph.D.||1020506|
|5||Dr. T. Kiran Kumar||Professor||Ph.D.||1020601|
|6||Dr. A. Ranganathan||Professor||Ph.D.||1021504|
|7||Dr. R. SivaSubramanyan||Professor||Ph.D.||1021404|
|8||Dr. P. Adikala Kumar||Associate Professor||Ph.D.||1021305|
|9||Dr. K. Harish||Associate Professor||Ph.D.||1021802|
|10||Dr. Y.J. Chandra Mouly||Associate Professor||Ph.D.||1021803|
|11||Dr. V. Ramesh Babu||Associate Professor||Ph.D.||1020505|
|12||Dr. P. Kishore Kumar Reddy||Associate Professor||Ph.D.||1020910|
|13||Sri. V.V. Prasad||Assistant Professor||M.Tech.||1020605|
|14||Sri. G. Venkateswarlu||Assistant Professor||M.Tech.||1020801|
|15||Sri. N. Prathap Kumar||Assistant Professor||M.Tech.||1020902|
|16||Sri. P. Suresh Praveen Kumar||Assistant Professor||M.Tech.||1020905|
|17||Smt. K. Niveditha||Assistant Professor||M.Tech.||1021102|
|18||Sri. P. Rajendra Kumar||Assistant Professor||M.Tech (Ph.D)||1021201|
|19||Sri. K. Archaneswar Kumar||Assistant Professor||M.Tech.||1021204|
|20||Sri. S. Nowshad||Assistant Professor||M.Tech.||1021303|
|21||Miss. S. Sandhya Rani||Assistant Professor||M.Tech.||1021401|
|22||Sri. T. Prasanth||Assistant Professor||M.Tech.||1021402|
|23||Miss. K. Ravali||Assistant Professor||M.Tech.||1021501|
|24||Sri. M. Rajasekhar||Assistant Professor||M.Tech.||1021503|
|25||Sri. CH. Santosh Kumar||Assistant Professor||M.Tech.||1021902|
|26||Sri. P. Pavan Kumar||Assistant Professor||M.Tech.||1021905|
|27||Sri. R. Karthikeyan||Assistant Professor||M.Tech.||1021906|
|28||Miss. V. Sai Neeraja||Assistant Professor||M.Tech.||1021907|
|29||Sri. M.V. Ravi Kishore Reddy||Assistant Professor||M.Tech.||1022102|
|30||Sri. B.S. Praveen||Assistant Professor||M.Tech.||1022103|
|31||Sri. M.C. Venkata Subbaiah||Assistant Professor||M.Tech.||1022101|
|32||Sri. I. Srinivasula Reddy||Assistant Professor||M.Tech.||1022104|
Under Graduate programme in Civil Engineering was Satrted in the year 1980 with 60 students. To produce Civil Engineers with the necessary knowledge, skills and attitudes, who can be entrusted by the society to lead a sustainable world with enhanced quality of life. And the Present intake is 180.
Geo-Technical Engineering specialization was started under Civil Engineering Department with an intake of 18 students in 2010.
Geo-Technical Engineering Laboratory
Geo-Technical Laboratory well equiped with number of Loading frames with different load capacities, Triaxial Shear test apparatus with constant and pore pressure gauges, auto compactor, 3 gang consolidometer, SPT apparatus, Field CBR Apparatus, direct shear test apparatus, Sieve shakers and 2 nos hot air Ovens.
Material Testing Laboratory (SM & Concrete)
Material testing laboratory is well equiped with 200T UTM and 1000 kN CTM, Torsion Test machine, simple and cantilever beam frames, Izod apparatus, Hardness testing machines, Charpee test machine, flow tables, Vee-Bee apparatus, Vicat apparatus, Rebound Hammer, slump and compaction factor apparatus, brecat moulds, rapid curing apparatus.
Fluid Mechanics Laboratory
Fluid Mechanics Laboratory furnished with prototype turbines Like Pelton, Franchis and Centrifugal pump, pipe friction, venturi and orifice meters, pressure jet, wind tunnel.
Transporation Engineering Laboratory
Transportation engineering laboratory equiped with Marshal stability test apparatus, dual abration test machine, Los Angels abration testing machine, water bath, ducktility apparatus, flash and fire point apparatus, Benkel Man beam and set of sives.
Surveying lab well furnished with number of dumpy levels, theodolights, auto levels and staves, chaines, ranging rods, compass, plane tables and total Station.
Environmental Engineering Laboratory
Environmental Engineering Laboratory equiped with BOD & COD incubators, pH and Turbidity meters, Furnace, water bath, distilled water apparatus, jar test apparatus, photo spectro meter funded by AICTE under MODROBS.
CAD Laboratory is well equiped with 50 computers with configuration, Intel Core 2 Duo Processor 2.2 GHz, Intel G31 Chip set mother board, 2 GB RAM, 320 GB Hard Disk, 17” LED monitor. Facilitated with Staad Pro v8i with Staad Foundation, Auto CAD, Draft Sight, SAP, R software, EPA net, Open Office.
Department of Civil Engineering having an exclusive Seminar hall with capacity of 120 seats, mounted EPSON Projector and Monitor, PA System.
Engineering Geology Laboratory
Engineering Geology lab Furnished with different types of rocks and minerals, Stuctural Geology models.
Department of Civil Engineering
K S R M College of Engineering (Autonomous), K A D A P A – 516 003
“Water & Power” – A State Level Workshop organized by State Government of Andhra Pradesh to prevent Draught Situation in AP State to Construct Check Dams in AP State. On 09th April, 2017 in Tummalapalli Kalakshethram, Vijayawadapa.
Dr. T. Kiran Kumar, Assoc. Professor, Dept. of CE, delivered a talk on “Integrated Watershed Management in Draught prone Areas” and he felicitated by Sri. Devineni Uma Maheswara Rao, Minister of Irrigation, Command Area Development & Water Resources Management.
* Dr. V. Giridhar, Associate Professor is appointed as Associate Editor for “International Journal of Advanced Engineering and Technology".
Name of the faculty
|1||Prof. G. Sreenivasa Reddy||Professor & HOD||Chairman|
|2||Prof. Vaishali G. Ghorpade||
Professor. in Civil Engineering Department,JNTUA College of Engineering, Anantapuramu
|3||Prof. H. Sudarsana Rao,||Director IIIT, RK Valley, Idupulapaya, Vempalli||Subject Expert|
|4||Prof. S.G.T. Raghukanth||
Professor in Civil Engineering,ITTM, Chennai
|5||Sri. M.C. Konda Reddy||
|6||Prof. N. Siva Prasad Reddy||
Professor, GPR College of Engg., Kurnool
|7||Prof. T. Kiran Kumar||Professor||Member|
|9||Mr.P.S. Praveen Kumar||Assistant Professor||Member|
|10||Dr. V. Ramesh Babu||Assistant Professor||Member|
|11||Dr. P. Kishore Kumar Reddy||Assistant Professor||Member|
|12||Mr. P. Rajendra Kumar||Assistant Professor||Member|
|13||Mr. N. Prathap Kumar||Assistant Professor||Member|