Best Engineering College Bangalore with placements - MVJCE

The Civil Engineering Course Is Relevant In The Following Areas:

CONSTRUCTION | IRRIGATION DEPARTMENTS | WATER SUPPLY AND SEWAGE BOARD | GIS SERVICES | PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENTS | POLLUTION BOARDS | RURAL AND INFRASTRUCTURAL DEVELOPMENT.



The Civil Department

The course encompasses several sub disciplines including Environmental engineering, Geotechnical engineering, Structural engineering and Highway engineering. Students build strong foundation in basic science and engineering subjects before being introduced to their core areas such as construction technology, basics of surveying and material testing lab, fluid mechanics and applied engineering geology, environmental engineering and advanced CAD. They study structural analysis, planning and designing structures- including steel and pre stressed concrete structures. In the labs they learn testing of soil strength. This gives them a solid footing in the science of construction. Throughout the span of the course, students build on their understanding of Civil engineering concepts through case studies, hands on projects and industry visits and stay abreast of new advances in the field. The course mandates compulsory internship work in the final year with private or public sector organizations. Civil Department offers two post graduate programmes: Structural Engineering and Transportation Engineering. Mechanical Engineering Department is a recognized Research Centre for doing Ph. D. under Visvesavarya Technological University (VTU). Civil Department take up consultancy on Concrete testing and water analysis, Soil analysis, Cement testing, concrete cube testing, fine aggregate testing, steel testing, Design mix, etc., In order to exploit energetic students who continually explore and experiment with design pedagogies, values and innovative practices “ Srishti” club was started in Civil Engineering Department. As part of club activity events like quizzes, model making, debate, poster presentation etc are organized.Department is associated with professional body,Indian Concrete Institute (ICI).

Our Mision

  1. Optimal Environment for Lifelong Learning: To create Civil engineers by creating and maintaining an optimal teaching and learning environment in which faculty grow professionally and students receive unsurpassed knowledge skills, insights and the tools for lifelong learning in their respective disciplines.
  2. Enhancing Classroom Approaches:To provide ample classroom teaching and practical sessions and enable the students to learn technology effectively.
  3. Periodic Interactions with Industry:To expose the students to latest technology and industrial practices through industrial interactions.
  4. Value Based Education: To make socially responsible professionals through value based education.

Our Vision

To prepare skilled professionals in Civil engineering technology, who move towards making a more sustainable and socially responsible future.
If you are interested in structural design, planning, and construction If your interest lies in Surveying, Geotechnical Engineering, Structural Engineering, Transportation Engineering, Irrigation and Water Resource Engineering, Water Supply and Sanitary Engineering and Building Materials and Construction Technology If your goal is to be the best in your chosen field If you are looking for experienced and dedicated faculty to handhold you through the entire period of study Then, this is the place for you!
MVJCE is one of the top Engineering colleges in Bangalore and provides an unmatched learning experience to students. To know more click here.
  • The Department of Civil Engineering is recognised by VTU as a Research Centre and offers opportunities for PhD research.
  • The Department offers postgraduate specializations in Structural Engineering and Transportation Engineering.
  • The Department is actively engaged in activities such as testing and industrial consultancy, structural design, project management, Building Material testing (Cement, Steel, Sand, Soil, Bricks, Aggregates, Water) and third-party inspections such as with the Panchayat Raj Engineering Division, Bangalore.
  • The department possesses its own, independent computational centre for Research & Development, teaching, training, and consultancy.
  • The faculty boast of extensive publications and have obtained industrial funding for several R&D projects – Geopolymer as next generation soil, Pellitization Technique for manufacture of Flysch Aggregates Abrasion Characteristics of Railway Ballast, Concrete canoe, to name a few.
  • The Department of Civil Engineering has consistently achieved excellent academic results in the University Examinations:
    • 2011 – 2012: 1 Rank (UG)
    • 2012 – 2013: 2 Rank (UG)
    • 2013 – 2014: 1 Rank(PG)
    • 2014 – 2015: 1 Rank(UG)
    • 2015 – 2016: 2 Rank(PG)
  • Some independent research projectsdone by students:
    • Light Weight Concrete
    • Weigh in Motion and Automatic Signal System
    • Study on Light Weight Geopolymer Aggregates
Consultancy: The Department faculty are extensively engaged in consulting work. To know more about what MVJCE offers to its students please click here. 
  • Approved by AICTE
  • Affiliated to VTU
  • VTU Approved Research Centre
Here is a partial list of the companies where our graduates have been placed: •DEB Projects, •JMC Projects, •Secon Survey, •Sobha Developers, •Digital India Ltd, •Puravankara Projects, •TRC India Ltd, •Chaitanya Constructions, •L&T, •Nagarjuna Constructions, •Brigade Group, •PWD, •CPWD, •Pollution Control Board, •BWSSB, •BBMP, •BDA.
Facilities Available for Research and Testing
  • Water Quality Check
  • Testing of Cement
  • Testing of Aggregate
  • Testing of Concrete
  • Testing of Steel
  • Testing of Soil
  • Testing of Bitumen
  • Condition Survey of Roads
  • Undertakes Sponsored Research in the area of Civil and other Engineering Discipline
  • Structural Health Monitoring of Concrete Infrastructure
Expertise Available
  • Design and Quality Assessment for Concrete Structures
  • Design and Analysis of Geotechnical Structures
  • Corrosion and Protection of Steel in Concrete Infrastructures
  • Structural Health Monitoring of Concrete Infrastructures
  • Concrete Technology
  • Traffic and Transportation Engineering
Major Equipment Available
  • Loading Frame (50T Capacity)
  • Profometer Rebar Detector
  • CBR and Swell Test Apparatus
  • Tri-Axial Testing Machine
  • Spectrophotometer
  • Flame Photometer
  • Standard Penetration test Apparatus
  • PEO1: Professional development: They will be successful professional working in government or Private organizations as Civil Engineers.
  • PEO2: Lifelong learning: Graduates will innovate and follow sustainable practices in Civil Engineering.
  • PEO3:  Higher Education: Graduates will pursue higher education that is adaptive to changing needs of profession in community.
  • PSO1: Analyze, design and implement structural, geotechnical, transportation, water supply and environmental engineering system.
  • PSO2: Apply advanced technology and modern computational methods to Civil Engineering.
R MURALIDHARA
Mr. R MURALIDHARA holds a degree in Civil Engineering, from Mysore University (Malnad College of Engineering, Hassan). He joined M V J College of Engineering in 1988, as a Lecturer. He was deputed for higher studies in M E (Soil Mechanics and Foundation and Mechanics Engineering), at Anna University, Chennai, in 1990. He rejoined MVJCE in 1992, after completing his post-graduation, meritoriously. He soon rose up to become Associate Professor. In addition to teaching, he is also responsible for a wide range of Administration and Consultancy work. He is pursuing Ph. D at Visvesvaraya Technological University, Belgaum. He has published Research Papers at many national and international conferences, and in reputed Journals.
  • Structural Engineering Lab Structures lab is used to conduct several tests to determine the compressive strength, flexural strength, determination of modulus of elasticity and modulus of rupture by using loading frames.
  • Applied Engineering Geology Identification of Various Rocks and Minerals and studying properties of different types of rocks like Granite, Baselt etc.
  • CAD Lab Programming of Elementary Structural Design by using C language, Drawing of Building Plans and Building elements by using Auto CADD.
  • Concrete & Highway Lab Determination of properties of Building Materials like Cement, Sand, Coarse Aggregate, Bitumen and Soil by conducting Specific Gravity, Water absorption, Hardness, Abrasion, Soundness etc.
  • Environmental Engineering Lab Investigation of Quality of Water – Determination of pH, Acidity, Alkalinity, Solids, Chlorides, Hardness, Chlorine demand and Turbidity of Water. Investigation of Quality of Sewage Water like BOD, COD.
  • Geotechnical Engineering Lab Investigation of Soil properties like determining Specific Gravity, Density, Water absorption, permeability, Compaction and Consolidation.
  • Survey Lab Transferring of Bench mark and determination of altitudes, azimuths by using Total station and other conventional instruments like Dumpy levels and Theodilites.
  • Basic Material Testing Lab Determination of basic properties of building materials like bricks, sand, steel and flooring and roofing tiles.
  • Fluid Mechanics Lab Determination of Reynolds number, flow through packed bit, flow through channels, flow through notches, flow through pipes and performance of reciprocating and centrifugal pumps.
SHANTANU CHAKRABORTY BUVANA S. SYED AMEENA
1st Rank (Gold Medallist) 6th Rank 8th Rank
2008 – 12 2009 – 13 2009 – 13

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FULL NAME

EDUCATIONAL QUALIFICATION(BACHELORS, MASTERS, Ph.D)

DESIGNATION

TOTAL EXPERIENCE

RESEARCH AREA

1.

Prof. R. MURALIDHARA

M.E, (Ph.D).,

Associate Professor

31 Years

Design of Flexible Pavements

2.

Prof. DAKSHAYANI T R

M.Tech

Assistant Professor

10 Years

Waste Water Treatment

3.

Prof. Sagar C P

M.Tech

Assistant Professor

2 Years

Transportation Engineering and Management

4.

Prof. ANUPAMA

M.Tech

Assistant Professor

7 Years 5 Months

Waste Water Treatment

5.

Prof. SHAMBHAVI  TADKAL

M.Tech

Assistant Professor

6 Years

Geopolymer Concrete

6.

Prof. APOORVA KIRAN

M.Tech

Assistant Professor

5 Years 6 Months

Structural Analysis and Design

7.

Prof. NISHA  M

M.Tech

Assistant Professor

6 Years

Sustainable Materials

8.

Prof. LAKSHMI V

M.E, (Ph.D).,

Assistant Professor

4 Years 5 Months

Soil Stabilization

9.

Prof. BHAVYA B S

M.Tech

Assistant Professor

4 Years

Earthquake Engineering

10.

Prof. DHIVYA A

M.E

Assistant Professor

4 Years

Irrigation Water Quality

11.

Prof. SUSHMA K S

M.Tech

Assistant Professor

3 Years 6 Months

Transportation Engineering

12.

Dr. MANU D S

Ph.D

Associate Professor

3 Years

Waste Water Treatment

13.

Prof. VIDHYA A. CARMEL

M.Tech

Assistant Professor

2 Years

Soil Structure Interaction

14.

Prof. Swetha M V

M.Tech

Assistant Professor

10 Years

Environmental Engineering

15.

Prof. Chandrashekaran R

M.Sc, M.Tech, (Ph.D)

Assistant Professor

13 Years

Geological Technology

16.

Prof. Leenu Paul

M.Tech

Assistant Professor

6 Months

Construction Engineering and Management

17.

Prof. THILAK GOWDA N

M.Tech

Assistant Professor

1 Month

Highway Materials

Academic Year: 2018-2019

  1. Bhavya B.S, “Water Quality Assessment of Hebbal Lake in Bangalore City”, International Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineering (IJITEE), vol.8 (11), pp. 520-527, Sep. 2019.
  2. Bhavya B.S, “Behavior of Piles with Raft Foundation using Safe Software”, International Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineering (IJITEE), vol.8 (11), pp. 1432-1436, Sep. 2019.
  3. Dakshayani T.R, Shilpa M. Swaraj, Vetrivel. N, “Treatment of Domestic Wastewaters Using Activated Sludge Process - A Case Study”, International Journal of Scientific Research in Multidisciplinary Studies (IJSRMS), vol.5 (8), pp. 49-52, Aug. 2019.
  4. Arpan Pradhan and Kishanjit K. Khatua, “Discharge prediction in meandering compound channels”, International Journal of Water 13(3), pp. 209-220, Jul. 2019.
  5. R. Muralidhara, Dr. Vivek R Das, and Varsha Danavandi,“ Analysis of Flexible Pavement with Steel Slag as Coarse Aggregate”, ERCAM-2019, pp. 50-53, July 2019.
  6. Nisha M, “Effect of Nano-Silica in Fly Ash concrete”, International Journal of Emerging Technologies and Innovative Research, vol.6 (8), pp. 140-143, Jun. 2019.
  7. V. Lakshmi and N. V. Shivakumar, “Time History Analysis Irregular Base Isolated Structure with and without masonry infill”, Journal of Emerging Technologies and Innovative Research,Vol:6, Issue:6, pp.444-453, June- 2019.
  8. T. R. Dakshayani and M. Nisha, “Modern Methods of Construction Techniques”, Journal of Indian Building Congress, Vol:27-01,pp. 90-93, June 2019.
  9. Lakshmi V, “Seismic Analysis and Design of G+10 RC Residential Building”, International Journal of Engineering Science and Computing, Vol:9 , Issue:6, pp. 23049-23057, June-2019.
  10. Prerna Agarwal and Lakshmi V, “An Estimation Of Parameters For Homogenous Unconfined Aquifers Using Delayed Yield Type Curves” International  journal of Civil, Structural, Environmental and Infrastructure Engineering Research and Development, Vol:9, Issue:4, pp.13-27, May 2019.
  11. Anupama, “ Biodegradation of Phenol using Bio Disc”,  Journal of Emerging Technologies and Innovative Research, vol. 6 (5), pp. 86-89, May 2019.
  12. N. V. Shivakumar and N. Vetrivel, “Groundwater Quality Assessment for Drinking Purpose, Channasandra Region, Bangalore, Karnataka”, International Journal of Basic and Applied Research, vol. 9, no.4, pp.280-287, Apr.2019.
  13. N. Vetrivel and N. V. Shivakumar, “Prediction of Soil Index Properties by Aritificial Neural Network in East Part of Bangalore City”, International Journal of Basic and Applied Research, vol: 9, no.4, pp. 1028-1038,Apr. 2019.
  14. N. Vetrivel and N.V. Shivakumar, “ Groundwater Quality Assessment for Drinking Purpose in Channasandra Region, Bangalore”, 17th International Conference on Science, Engineering and Technology (ICSET-2018), VIT, Vellore, pp. 45, Nov. 2018.
  15.  N. Vetrivel and N.V. Shivakumar, “ ANN based Prediction on soil index properties in Channasandra Region, Bangalore City”, 17th International Conference on Science, Engineering and Technology (ICSET-2018), VIT, Vellore, pp. 45, Nov. 2018.

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