Civil Engineering Department came into existence in the year 2012. The Department offers B. Tech. Program in Civil Engineering. The Department has qualified and experienced faculty to cater to the areas of Geotechnical Engineering, Structural Analysis and Design, Water Supply and Waste Water Engineering, Building Materials and Construction, and Basic and Advanced Surveying Techniques. The Department conducts Expert Talks, Seminars and Workshops regularly to help students interact with industry experts to prepare them for the challenges ahead. Department also provides ample opportunities for students to work on live projects, Internship in industry and to participate in National and International level competitions. The Department is equipped with latest software in and state-of-the-art laboratories to help students acquire skills and expertise as per industry requirements.

Vision

To be recognized as a leader in providing technical education in the field of built and natural environment enabling human resource to serve nation & world at par with global standards and industry needs.

Mission

  • Develop and establish state-of-the-art laboratories and centers of excellence to bring about sustainable development of the society through academic and technical advancements.
  • Inculcate the spirit of teamwork and belongingness backed by ethical and moral values relevant to the professional world.
  • Develop human resources to find technology based solutions in meeting local, regional and global challenges.

Career Opportunities

Civil Engineering graduates from ABESIT can look forward to innumerable opportunities by making use of the following platforms and become ready to showcase their skills as Construction Management Professionals, Architectural and Structural Designers, Academic Administrators, Researchers and Innovators.
  • Industrial Visit/ Internship Program
  • Expert Talks/Training Programs/Workshops
  • Centers of Excellences & Innovations
  • National Level Project Competitions
  • Career Resource Center (CRC)
  • Personality Development Program (PDP)

Program Outcomes

POsEngineering Graduates will be able to
PO1Engineering KnowledgeApply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.
PO2Problem AnalysisIdentify, formulate, review research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.
PO3Design/development of solutionsDesign 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.
PO4Conduct investigations of complex problemsUse research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.
PO5Modern tool usageCreate, 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.
PO6The engineer and societyApply 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.
PO7Environment and sustainabilityUnderstand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.
PO8EthicsApply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
PO9Individual and team workFunction effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
PO10CommunicationCommunicate 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.
PO11Project management and financeDemonstrate 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.
PO12Life-long learningRecognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.

Program Educational Objectives

  • PEO1: Civil Engineering graduates will be able to apply learnt knowledge and skills required for functioning effectively in an organization.
  • PEO2: Civil Engineering graduates will be actively involved in pursuing higher education and focused research targeting solutions to modern society challenges.
  • PEO3: Graduates of the program will be able to acknowledge their responsibilities to the society globally and the need to behave ethically and morally.
  • PEO4: Civil Engineering Graduates will be able to apply elements of entrepreneurship such as active discovery and exploitation of opportunities for developing novel ideas or methods

Program Specific Outcomes

  • PSO1: Analyze and design of water supply schemes, waste treatment and disposal systems for developing sustainable environment using modern software/IT tools.
  • PSO2: Analyze and design framed and load bearing structures using principle of engineering mechanics and geotechnical engineering, as per the requirements of Indian  and other standards with modern software/IT tools.
  • PSO3: Produce detailed drawings and maps, write specifications, prepare cost estimates, design and test construction materials and carry out construction project management of sustainable infrastructure facilities using modern software/IT tools.
  • PSO4: Understand and apply modern surveying tools and techniques for planning and designing of urban and rural infrastructure facilities to ensure sustainable development.
S.N.NameDesignationQualificationTeaching &Industry Experience(in Years)
1.Sanjay GuptaAssociate Professor & Department In-chargePh.D. (Pursuing); M.Tech.(WRE-NIT Kurukshetra); B.E. (Hons. CE-BITS Pilani)23
2.Ankur GuptaAssistant ProfessorM.E. (Punjab University), B.Tech. (UPTU)07
3.Ms. Mansi AgarwalAssistant Professor M.Tech. (Uttrakhand Technical University), B.Tech.04
4.Vikas ChauhanAssistant ProfessorM.Tech. (Structural Engineering-NIT Srinagar), B.Tech.(CE-UPTU), GATE 2012,201302
5.Mayank NigamAssistant ProfessorM. Tech, GATE 2015,2016,201701
6.Shubham KumarAssistant ProfessorM.Tech. (Structural Engineering-Gautam Buddha University), B.Tech.(CE-Gautam Buddha University), GATE 201701

Academic Calendar Odd Semester 2018-19

S.No.ActivityDate(s)DayRemarks
1Registration of B.Tech Second, Third & Fourth Year students23-07-2018 to 25-07- 2018Monday to Wednesday
2Commencement of Classes for II/III/IV year23-07-2018Monday
3Class Test-116-08-2018 to 20-08- 2018Thursday to Monday
4Professional guidance to Students-An Interaction meeting21-08-2018Tuesday
5Career Advancement to Students-An Interaction meeting23-08-2018Thursday
6Expert Lecture by Dr. A M Chandra on Geo- informatics27-08-2018Monday
7Notification to students who have short attendance up to 29.08.1830-08-2018Thursday
8FDP on “Patent Filling Process”01-09-2018Saturday
9Foundation Day/Fresher’s Day/Teacher’s Day05-09-2018Wednesday
10Students Feedback-I07-09-2018Friday
11Class Test-210-09-2018 to 12-09- 2018Monday to Wednesday
12Parents/Teachers Meeting13-09-2018 to 14-09- 2018Thursday to Friday
13Sessional -117-09-2018 to 24-09- 2018Monday to Monday50% of syllabus & each paper of 03 hours duration
14Seminar for IV year student on “How to become Entrepreneur”26-09-2018Wednesday
15Mentor Mentee Meeting -128-09-2018Friday
16Annual Fest04-10-2018 to 06-10- 2018Thursday to Saturday
17Alumni Meet07-10-2018Sunday
18Expert Lecture by Mr. Nithil Malguri M/s Tandon Consultants on Precast Structures12-10-2018Friday
19Class Test -316-10-2018 to 18-10- 2018Tuesday to Thursday
20ARC meeting with parents23-10-2018TuesdayARC Committee
21Industrial Visit for students on Precast Structures casting site26-10-2018Friday
22Mentor Mentee Meeting- 226-10-2018Friday
 23Mentor Mentee Meeting- 316-11-2018Friday
 24Notification to students who have short attendance16-11-2018Friday
 25FDP on Role of “Tutorial & Practical Classes”17-11-2018Saturday
   26Sessional -II19-11-2018 onwardsMonday onwards100% of syllabus & each paper of 03 hours duration
   27Students Feedback-223-11-2018Saturday
   28End Semester ExaminationAs per University Schedule
Note : In case of change in any dates it will be informed accordingly.

1.Building Materials Lab

2.Surveying Lab

3.Fluid Mechanics Lab

4.Geo Informatics Lab

5.Structural Analysis Lab

6.Building Planning & Drawing Lab

7.Hydraulics & Machine Lab

8.Geo-Technical Engineering Lab

9.CAD Lab

10.Construction Management Lab

11.Concrete Lab

12.Environmental Engineering Lab

13.Transportation Engineering Lab

14.Structural Detailing Lab

Expert Talks

S. No.TitleDatesSpeaker
1.Construction of Elevated Metro Structures27/08/2018Mr. Nithil Malguri, Senior Design Engineer, M/s Tandon Consultants P. Ltd.
2.Environmental Concerns and Industrial Control Strategies02/04/2018Dr. CL Verma, Chairman, National Committee on Building Lime and Gypsum, Ex- Director Grade Scientist-CBRI, Roorkee.
3.Earthquake Resistant Design of Structures29/03/18Dr. Shilpa Pal, Gautam Buddha University, Greater Noida
4.Building Construction Materials and Environmental Technologies30/10/2017Dr. CL Verma, Chairman, National Committee on Building Lime and Gypsum, Ex- Director Grade Scientist-CBRI, Roorkee.
5.How to Start a Startup31/03/2017Lokesh Tanwar, Business Alligators
6.Civil Engineering Applications in Indian Railways18/04/2016Er. Arvind Mittal (Deputy Chief Head, Northern Railways)

 FDPs/Seminars/Workshops

S.No.ThemeResource PersonDuration
1PrimaVera DemoAptron Solution Private Ltd.12/09/2016
2STAADProMohd. Arif Zaki, Structural Engineer, MultiCAD Solution30/07/2016-31/07/2016
3Five days Training on Civil Engineering Laboratory ExperimentsRespective Faculty Memebers04/07/2016 – 08/07/2016
4MX-ROAD Software Demo- Highway Engineer,Vipul Arora25/6/2016
5In house StaadPro Training for Faculty MembersCetpa Infotech Pvt. Ltd.8/6/2016 to 23/6/2016
6Workshop on Issues and Solutions in Concrete StructuresSponsored by ICI3/6/2016
7In house AUTOCAD Training for Faculty MembersProf.Sandeep Garg5/5/2016 to 11/05/2016
8Demo on STAADPro in Civil Engineering DesignCetpa Infotech Private Ltd.12/4/2016
9Seminar and Inter College competition on Concrete6/4/2016
10Application of STAADPro in Civil Engineering DesignAptron Solution Private Ltd.1/4/2016
11Introduction to Remote Sensing and GISEr. Sanjay Jain, Scientist G and Head of Remote Sensing and GIS, NIH Roorkee26/2/2016
12SeminarSMARTBRAINS12/2/2016
13SeminarLEGOGIX5/2/2016

 Industrial Visit

S.No.DateName of Company
107/04/2018Crest Hospital Project Site
215/10/2016Common Effluent Treatment Plant(CETP) DSIIDC,  Narela, Delhi
305/08/2016NH-24(under MX-Road Training) NH-24, Ghaziabad
407/04/2016Gangajal Water Treatment Plant, Ghaziabad
505/03/2016Common Effluent Treatment Plant (CETP) DSIIDC, Bawana, Delhi

Achievements

  • Participation of four students to India International Science Festival 2017 with the project titled “Using plastic bottles filled with local soil and menstrual waste instead of clay bricks” under the category “Safe disposal of menstrual waste”.
  • Participation of startup U&F Private Limited to India International Science Festival 2017under the category “Student/Early Stage Startup”.
  • Participation of four students to India International Science Festival 2017 with the project titled “Using plastic bottles filled with local soil instead of clay bricks” under the category “Toilet Technology”.
  • “Unlock & Flush” was also recognized as top 5 projects of India in O & M of school Toilets category in “Swachhathon 1.0” a flagship national level competition organized by “Ministry of Drinking water & sanitation” at AICTE Delhi.
  • “Unlock & flush” has been shortlisted as top 21 early stage start-ups of India in “National Start-up Summit” at Anna University in “India International Science Festival-2017”.
  • “Unlock & flush” start-up has been shortlisted and won 3 rd prize in “Kalam Start-up Parikrama” Lucknow organized by AKTU K-CIIS on 15 th Nov 2017.
  • “Unlock & flush” start-up has been shortlisted in among top 15 start-ups in “Rural & Swadeshi Start-up Meet” at IIT Delhi organized by “Unnat Bharat Abhiyan” and Ministry of skill development on 2 nd December 2017.
  • “Unlock & flush” has also been shortlisted for finals at Lucknow in “Start-up yatra UP edition” being conducted by “Startupindia.org” and “IB hubs” on 7th, 8th, 9th January 2018.
  • “W-brick” is third prize winner of “Swachhathon 1.0”, a flagship national competition organized by Ministry of Drinking water & sanitation at AICTE.
  • “W-Brick” has been shortlisted as top 21 projects of India in “Bharat Nirman-National level project competition” organized at IIT-Madras in “India International Science Festival-2017”.
  1. Aggarwal M, Pandey M,Ureolytic Bacteria Effect Analysis for Mechanical properties Enhancement of Cement Mortar”, International Journal of Applied Engineering Research ISSN 0973-4562 Volume 13, Number 11, 2018
  2. Aggarwal M, “Mechanical properties of cement mortar by the addition of Ureolytic Bacteria”, Proceedings of International Conference on Advances in Science, Management and Engineering Chennai, Organized by International Organization of Scientific Research and Development IOSRD, 2017
  3. Gupta A. and Sharma S., “A Case Study on Repair Rehabilitation & Retrofitting of RC Framed Structure”, J. Inn. Res. Sci. Eng. Technol., Vol. 6, Issue 11, pp. 21495-21500, Nov 2017.
  4. Nigam M, Verma M, “Mechanical Behaviour of Self Compacting and Self Curing Concrete”, International Journal of Innovative Research in Science, Engineering and Technology, 6, Issue 7, ISSN: 2319-8753, July 2017
  5. Kumar S., Pal S., Arora H.C., “Shear Deformability Characteristics of FRP (Fibre-Reinforced Polymer) Strengthened RC Beam”, Proceedings of International Conference on Futuristic Trends in Engineering, Science, Humanities, and Technology (FTESHT-16) Gwalior, 2016
  6. Kumar S., Pal S., Arora H.C., “Shear Deformability Characteristics of FRP (Fibre- Reinforced Polymer) Strengthened RC Beam”, Technical Research Organisation India, ISSN (Print): 2393-8374, (Online): 2394-0697, Volume-3, Issue-1, 2016
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