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AIET Department

Civil Engineering

The Bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering in AIET was started in the academic year 2009 – 10 with an intake of 60 students. The department offers a full time B.E degree course in Civil Engineering. Our department organizes seminars, workshops & Industrial visits for the benefit of students and faculty which would bring exposure of the recent trend in civil engineering. Students involve in the consultancy projects obtained through various govt. and non-govt. agencies. The infrastructure available in the department facilitates students to develop their skill and knowledge within the framework of curriculum prescribed by the Visvesvaraya Technological University.

Our vision is to make every student a better engineer having excellence in education, entrepreneurship & innovation along with qualities like high ethical standards, integrity & credibility.

Fifth Sem Civil Engineering students secured the highest results, 95.08% in VTU examination held during Dec/Jan 2011 amongst the colleges in Dakshina Kannada region.

We are committed to set up a centre of excellence by offering quality technical education and providing research opportunities in civil engineering and making our students technically the best and ethically strong.


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Number of Students

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Number of Faculties

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Number of Labs

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  • Vision

    “To become a leader in the field of Civil Engineering by imparting quality education in developing highly competent manpower and promote research to meet the current and future challenges in Civil Engineering.”

  • Mission
    • To impart knowledge by creating conducive teaching-learning environment.
    • To produce civil engineers of high caliber, technical skills and ethical values to serve the society.
    • To promote innovation in the minds of future engineers to face the challenges.
  • PROGRAMME EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVEs (PEOs)

    • PEO1: To provide the students a strong foundation in fundamentals that will enable them to identify and solve real time problems in civil engineering for industries and research activities.
    • PEO2: To develop abilities and talents, leading to the creativity and productively in professional and industrial field beyond the curriculum and enhance the employability skill.
    • PEO3: To explore and apply the modern engineering tools for planning, design, execution and maintenance of works those are technically and economically viable and socially acceptable.

  • PROGRAMME SPECIFIC OUTCOMEs (PSOs)

    PSO 1: The graduates will be able to plan, analyse, design and execute cost effective civil engineering structures without over exploitation of natural resources.
    PSO 2: The graduates will have the ability to take up employment, entrepreneurship, research and development for sustainable civil society.
    PSO 3: The graduates will be able to pursue opportunities for personal and professional growth, higher studies and engage in lifelong learning in civil engineering profession.
    PSO 4: The graduates will be able to demonstrate professional integrity and an appreciation of ethical environmental, regulatory and issues related to civil engineering projects.

HEAD OF DEPARTMENT

Dr. H Ajith Hebbar

Professor & HOD B.E, M.Sc.[Engg], Ph.D
9448582073 ahebbar2@rediffmail.com

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Teaching Faculty

Dr. Umeshchandra H G

Associate Professor

Dr. Umeshchandra H G

Associate Professor
M.Sc, Ph.D
9449574120
drumeshchandra@aiet.org.in

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Mr. Sanjay S

Assistant Professor

Mr. Sanjay S

Assistant Professor
BE, M. Tech (PhD)
7892272346
sanjays@aiet.org.in

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Mr. Arun Kumar G S

Senior Assistant Professor

Mr. Arun Kumar G S

Senior Assistant Professor
B.E, M.Tech, (Ph.D)
9964261970
arun.asdf99@aiet.org.in

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Mr. Shankargiri

Assistant Professor

Mr. Shankargiri

Assistant Professor
B.E, M.Tech
9844707576
shankargiri23@gmail.com

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Mr. Ramesh Rao B

Assistant Professor

Mr. Ramesh Rao B

Assistant Professor
B.E, M.Tech
9844263768
ramesh.rao.pb@aiet.org.in

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Mr. Santhosh K

Assistant Professor

Mr. Santhosh K

Assistant Professor
B.E, M.Tech
7259724347
santhosh135@aiet.org.in

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Mr. Surendra P

Assistant Professor

Mr. Surendra P

Assistant Professor
B.E, M.Tech (Structural Engg.)
9448957185
surendra@aiet.org.in

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Mrs. Veena D Savanth

Assistant Professor

Mrs. Veena D Savanth

Assistant Professor
B.E, MSc Engg by Research
9620260841
veenacivilarun@aiet.org.in

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Mrs. Swathi

Assistant Professor

Mrs. Swathi

Assistant Professor
B.E, M.Tech (Structural Engg.)
7795082735
swathikarkala29@gmail.com

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Mr. Sandeepkumar D S

Assistant Professor

Mr. Sandeepkumar D S

Assistant Professor
B.E, M.Tech
9743645857
sandeep@aiet.org.in

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Mrs. Sindhurashmi B M

Assistant Professor

Mrs. Sindhurashmi B M

Assistant Professor
B.E, M.Tech
8951244366
sindhurashmi@aiet.org.in

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Ms. Kavyashree

Assistant Professor

Ms. Kavyashree

Assistant Professor
B.E, M.Tech
8105218321
kavya.aradhya@aiet.org.in

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Ms. Tanvi Rai A

Assistant Professor

Ms. Tanvi Rai A

Assistant Professor
B.E, M.Tech
9686126748
tanvirai@aiet.org.in

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Ms. Anusha B Rao

Assistant Professor

Ms. Anusha B Rao

Assistant Professor
B.E, M.Tech
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Ms. Kavyashree S

Assistant Professor

Ms. Kavyashree S

Assistant Professor
B.E, M.Tech
9164782959
kavyasaliyan@aiet.org.in

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Mr. Ashish Shetty

Assistant Professor

Mr. Ashish Shetty

Assistant Professor
B.E, M.Tech
9481972923
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Minnerva 2019

The Civil Engineering Department of Alva’s Institute of Engineering & Technology, Mijar, organized a Technical fest MINERVA-2K19 on April 9th...

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ALVAS PREMIER LEAGUE-2017

A Cricket Tournament was organized by the students of Civil Engineering department at Thodar ground for Boys and AIET College...

Minnerva 2019

The Civil Engineering Department of Alva’s Institute of Engineering & Technology, Mijar, organized a Technical fest MINERVA-2K19 on April 9th...

DEPARTMENTAL INFRASTRUCTURE

The infrastructure available in the department facilitates students to develop their skill and knowledge within the framework of curriculum prescribed by the Visvesvaraya Technological University.
The department has the following state-of-the-art laboratories:

  • Basic Material Testing Laboratory
  • Surveying Practice Laboratory – I & II
  • Geology Laboratory
  • Drawing Hall
  • Hydraulics and Hydraulic Machinery Laboratory
  • Computer-Aided Design Laboratory
  • Geotechnical Engineering Laboratory

The labs are well maintained, sufficient to accommodate the mentioned number of students per batch.

  1. Ventilation
  2. Table arrangements
  3. Seating arrangements
  4. Modern facility in labs- LCD projectors and white or black board.
  5. Status/Working conditions- all the lab equipment and computers
  6. Cleanliness and maintenance
  7. Seating arrangements for teaching/non-teaching staffs and issue of components
  8. Storage facility for equipment
  9. A proper planned for disposal for e-waste is to be executed

FREE COACHING CLASS

At Alva’s Institute of Engineering and Technology, free evening coaching classes are arranged to such students who need additional inputs on regular subjects. Coaching classes are conducted by experienced and highly dedicated faculties from the Basic Science & Engineering departments which commences from the second week of every fresh semester. Faculties make learning process enjoyable for students who lag behind and find difficulty in learning. Coaching classes begins by identifying strengths, weaknesses and learning style of the student so that a best and the most effective teaching ideas and methodologies would be adopted. Since the approach followed in the coaching classes is different than that of the regular classes, these coaching classes helps our students to develop interest in the studies, clear the doubts on confusing concepts and strengthens the fundamental concepts. Regular practice exams are conducted to help students evaluate themselves on regular basis and to know the effectiveness of these classes. It is observed that students who have attended coaching classes have increased their confidence at studies and have excelled in the VTU semester examinations. Also this system has been highly appreciated by the parents.

The infrastructure available in the department facilitates students to develop their skill and knowledge within the framework of curriculum prescribed by the Visvesvaraya Technological University.

The department has the following state-of-the-art laboratories:

  1. Basic Material Testing Laboratory
  2. Surveying Practice Laboratory – I & II
  3. Geology Laboratory
  4. Drawing Hall
  5. Hydraulics and Hydraulic Machinery Laboratory
  6. Computer-Aided Design Laboratory
  7. Geotechnical Engineering Laboratory
  8. Concrete and Highway Material Lab
  9. Environmental Engineering Lab

 

Placed Students

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2019-20
2018-19
2017-18
2016-17
2019-20

HOW TO WRITE A PROJECT SYNOPSIS

A BRIEF REPORT ON TECHNICAL TALK BY:

Dr. Ganesh Mogaveer.

 

The Civil Engineering Department of Alva’s Institute of Engineering & Technology, Mijar, organized a Technical Talk on Tuesday 17th September 2019 in Auditorium at 2.00pm, on “How to Write a Project Synopsis” By Dr. Ganesh Mogaveer.

 

PROGRAMME PROCEEDINGS :

 

The Inaugural function began at 2.00 pm. The gathering was cordially welcomed by Ms. Sanvithi (VII Semester) of Civil Engineering introduced the resource person to the gathering.

 

SESSION CLOSURE:

Dr. Ganesh Mogaveer was honored by Dr. Ajith Hebbar, Ms. Bhagyshreee A K proposed the vote of thanks as the inaugural function came to an end.

 

Technical talk By Dr. Ganesh Mogaveer:

ENGINEERING MATERIALS USED IN CONCRETE

A BRIEF REPORT ON TECHNICAL TALK BY:

Mr. Anil Baliga.

 

The Civil Engineering Department of Alva’s Institute of Engineering & Technology, Mijar, organized a Technical Talk on Tuesday 17th September 2019 in Auditorium at 2.00pm, on “Engineering Materials used in Concrete” By Mr. Anil Baliga.

 

PROGRAMME PROCEEDINGS :

 

The Inaugural function began at 2.00 pm. The gathering was cordially welcomed by Ms. Riya (VII Semester) of Civil Engineering introduced the resource person to the gathering.

 

SESSION CLOSURE:

Mr. Anil Baliga was honored by Dr. Ajith Hebbar, Ms. Bhagyshreee A K proposed the vote of thanks as the inaugural function came to an end.

 

Technical talk By Mr. Anil Baliga:

2018-19

MEP SERVICES IN HIGH RISE BUILDING

A BRIEF REPORT ON TECHNICAL TALK BY:

Mr. Ujwal D’souza,consulting civil engineering, ACCE Mangalore.

 

The Civil Engineering Department of Alva’s Institute of Engineering & Technology, Mijar, organized a Technical Talk onTuesday 26th March  2019in Engineering seminar hall  at 11am, on “MEP services in high rise building ” ByMr. UjwalD’souza.

 

PROGRAMME PROCEEDINGS :

 

The Inauguralfunction began at 11 am.The gathering was cordially welcomed byMs.Sahana(VII Semester) of Civil Engineering introduced the resource person to the gathering.

 

SESSION CLOSURE:

Mr. Ujwal D’Souza was honored by Mr.Surendra P.Ms.Anilda(VISemester)proposed the vote of thanks as the inaugural function came to an end.

 

SOME PHOTOGRAPHS WITNESSING THE TECHNICAL TALK :

BEST CONSTRUCTION PARCTICES

A BRIEF REPORT ON TECHNICAL TALK BY:

Mr. PremKumar ,consulting civil engineering, ACCE mangalore.

 

The Civil Engineering Department of Alva’s Institute of Engineering & Technology, Mijar, organized a Technical Talk onTuesday 26thMarch 2019in Engineering seminar hall  at 11am, on “BEST CONSTRUCTION PARCTICES” ByMr.Prem Kumar  .

 

PROGRAMME PROCEEDINGS:

 

The Inauguralfunction began at 11 am.The gathering was cordially welcomed byMs.Rashmitha(VII Semester) of Civil Engineering introduced the resource person to the gathering.

 

SESSION CLOSURE:

Mr. Prem Kumar  was honored by Mr.H Ajith Hebbar.Ms.Sahana M(VII Semester)proposed the vote of thanks as the inaugural function came to an end.

 

SOME PHOTOGRAPHS WITNESSING THE TECHNICAL TALK :

BUILDING INFORMATION MODELLING AND THE FUTURE OF ARCHITECTURE

A BRIEF REPORT ON TECHNICAL TALK BY:

Mr. Emmanuel P,Technical HeadAutodesk Certified Professional &  CAD /CAM/CAE Professional   EduCADD Learning Solutions Pvt. Ltd.

 

The Civil Engineering Department of Alva’s Institute of Engineering & Technology, Mijar, organized a Technical Talk onTuesday 12thMarch  2019in department seminar hall  at 11am, on “BIULDING INFORMATION MODELLING AND THE FUTURE OF ARCHITECTURE” ByMr. Emmanuel P.

 

PROGRAMME PROCEEDINGS :

 

The Inauguralfunction began at 11 pm.The gathering was cordially welcomed byMs.Riya (VI Semester) of Civil Engineering introduced the resource person to the gathering.

 

SESSION CLOSURE:

Mr. Emmanuel Pwas honored by Dr. H Ajith Hebbar.Ms. Riya (VISemester)proposed the vote of thanks as the inaugural function came to an end.

 

SOME PHOTOGRAPHS WITNESSING THE TECHNICAL TALK :

 

ARCHITECTURAL CONCETS IN CIVIL ENGINEERING AND HANDS ON TRAINING ON GOOGLE SKETCHUP

A BRIEF REPORT ON TECHNICAL TALK BY:

Mr. Manjunath reddy SAI CAD, Bangalore

 

The Civil Engineering Department of Alva’s Institute of Engineering & Technology, Mijar, organized a Technical Talk onTuesday 11thsept  2018in Engineering seminar hall  at 10am, on “Architectural Concets In Civil Engineering And Hands On Training On Google Sketchup” ByMr. Manjunath reddy.

 

PROGRAMME PROCEEDINGS :

 

The Inauguralfunction began at 10 am.The gathering was cordially welcomed byMs.Riya (VII Semester) of Civil Engineering introduced the resource person to the gathering.

 

SESSION CLOSURE:

Mr. Manjunath reddy was honored by Mr.santhosh kMs.Riya (VIISemester)proposed the vote of thanks as the inaugural function came to an end.

 

SOME PHOTOGRAPHS OF TECHNICAL TALK :

INTRODUCTION ON EDUCATION ENGINEERING

A BRIEF REPORT ON TECHNICAL TALK BY:

Babu Narayan Rao, Ph.D holder with an experience of 34 year . her had completed his  B.tech in KREC Mysore.

 

The Civil Engineering Department of Alva’s Institute of Engineering & Technology, Mijar, organized a Technical Talk onTuesday 13thsept  2018in auditorium  at 2.30 pm  on “Introduction on Education Engineering”

 

PROGRAMME PROCEEDINGS :

 

The Inauguralfunction began at 2.30 PmThe gathering was cordially welcomed byRashmitha   GR (VII Semester) of Civil Engineering introduced the resource person to the gathering.

 

SESSION CLOSURE:

Babu Narayan Raowas honored by Dr. Ajith hebbar,  Rashmitha(VIISemester)proposed the vote of thanks as the inaugural function came to an end.

TENDERS IN CONCTRUCTIONS

A BRIEF REPORT ON TECHNICAL TALK BY:

 

Eng. Arun Prabha K.S, Presently working a CEO sky cell Towers and Infrastructures private limited and project head for TIPL-Tharaka JV for construction of Flyover, pipe rock cum road commodore foe Mangalore special economic zone.

 

The Civil Engineering Department of Alva’s Institute of Engineering & Technology, Mijar, organized a Technical Talk on thursaday 20th Feb 2018  MBAauditorium , on “tenders in conctructions”.

 

Programme Proceedings :

 

The function began at 11. Am .The gathering was cordially welcomed byMs. Chaithanya B (VIII Semester). Ms. Meghana (VIII Semester) of Civil Engineering introduced the resource person to the gathering. Dr. Ajith hebbar Head of Department, Civil Engineering, was presided over the function.

 

Session Closure:

Er. Arun Prabha K.Swas honored by Dr.Umesh Chandra, Associate Professor. Mr. Ramesh (VIII Semester) proposed the vote of thanks.

 

SOME PHOTOGRAPHS WITNESSING THE TECHNICAL TALK :

 

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES CIVIL ENGINEERING

A BRIEF REPORT ON TECHNICAL TALK BY:

Mr. Ujwal D’souza ,consulting civil engineering, ACCE mangalore.

 

The Civil Engineering Department of Alva’s Institute of Engineering & Technology, Mijar, organized a Technical Talk onTuesday 20thSept 2018 in auditorium at 10am, on “Career opurtunities Civil Engineering ” ByMr. Ujwal D’souza.

 

PROGRAMME PROCEEDINGS :

 

The Inauguralfunction began at 11 am.The gathering was cordially welcomed byMs.Chaithanya (VII Semester) of Civil Engineering introduced the resource person to the gathering.

 

SESSION CLOSURE:

Mr. Ujwal D’Souza was honored by Mr.H C M Swamy.Mr. Ramesh (VISemester)proposed the vote of thanks as the inaugural function came to an end.

 

SOME PHOTOGRAPHS WITNESSING THE TECHNICAL TALK :

 

DURABILITY AND PERFORMANCE OF CONCRETE BY USING REVISED IS 10262 CODE

A BRIEF REPORT ON TECHNICAL TALK BY:

Dr. M C Nataraj Prof. SJCE Mysore. He is the recipient  of outstanding concrete technologist award  for contribution to cement and concrete technology in India.

 

The Civil Engineering Department of Alva’s Institute of Engineering & Technology, Mijar, organized a Technical Talk onFriday 12th oct 2018 in auditorium at 10am, on “Durability and Performance of concrete by using Revised IS 10262 code”

 

PROGRAMME PROCEEDINGS :

 

The Inauguralfunction began at 11 am.The gathering was cordially welcomed byMr.karthik (VII Semester) of Civil Engineering introduced the resource person to the gathering.

 

SESSION CLOSURE:

Dr. M C Nataraj was honored by Dr. H Ajith Hebbar. Mr. sanganabasav (VISemester) proposed the vote of thanks as the inaugural function came to an end.

2017-18

OVERVIEW OF STEEL – CONCRETE COMPOSITE CONSTRUCTION

A BRIEF REPORT ON TECHNICAL TALK BY:

D.S.ANJANEYA MURTHY, Association of Consulting Civil Engineers,Bangalore.

The Civil Engineering Department of Alva’s Institute of Engineering & Technology, Mijar, organized a Technical Talk on Saturday 26th April 2017 at civil department Seminar hall, on “Overview of steel – Concrete composite construction”.

 

Programme Proceedings:

 

The function began at 10:00 A.M. The gathering was cordially welcomed by Ms.Aishwarya (VII Semester). Ms. Varsha G kori (VII Semester) of Civil Engineering introduced the resource person to the gathering. Prof. Nikil N and Prof. Aditya Tantry, Forum Coordinator, Department of Civil Engineering, was presided over the function.

 

Technical Talk by D.S.ANJANEYA MURTHY:

 

A technical talk on Overview of steel – Concrete composite constructionpresented by the resource person.

A steel beam which is made composite by using shear connectors, composite metal decking and concrete is much stronger and stiffer than the composite metal decking and concrete is much stronger and stiffer than the base beam alone.Composite floor systems are considered by many to be the highest quality type of construction. Advantages of Composite Construction is Connecting the concrete to the steel beams can have several advantages,It is typical to have a reduced structural steel frame cost ,Weight of the structural steel frame may be decreased which ,Shallower beams may be used which might reduce building height ,Increased span lengths are possible frame may be decreased which may reduce foundation costs,Reduced live load deflections possible ,Stiffer floors and Disadvantages is the additional subcontractor needed for shear connect or installation will increase field costs and also discussed about Composite Metal Decking, Installation of Decking, Shear Connectors etc.

 

Session Closure:

D.S. ANJANEYA MURTHY was honored by Prof. Nikil N. Mr. Shashi Kumar P M (VIII Semester) proposed the vote of thanks.

 

SOME PHOTOGRAPHS WITNESSING THE TECHNICAL TALK:

 

INTRODUCTION TO BUILDING MATERIALS

A BRIEF REPORT ON TECHNICAL TALK BY:

UJWAL DSOUZA, Director, O&A, Marian Projects PVT. LTD., Mangalore also Managing Partner in Marian Infrastructures, Mangalore.

The Civil Engineering Department of Alva’s Institute of Engineering & Technology, Mijar, organized a Technical Talk onThursday,21th September 2017 in Auditorium at 3 pm, on “INTRODUCTION TO BUILDING MATERIALS” by Ujwal Dsouza.

 

PROGRAMME PROCEEDINGS :

 

The Inauguralfunction began at 3 PM.The gathering was cordially welcomed by Ms. Nidhishree(VII Semester). Ms. Teena Antony (VII Semester) of Civil Engineering introduced the resource persons to the gathering. Prof. Durgaprasad Baliga, Head of Department, Civil Engineering, had presided over the function.

 

TECHNICAL TALK :

 

A technical talk on INTRODUCTION TO BUILDING MATERIALSpresented by the resource person, Ujwal Dsouza consisted construction practices from the Stone age to Roman Empire who were the first to introduce lime mortar for arches and domes, including the iron age construction practices and the development through various research , technology and materials.

Examples of 6500Km great wall of China, Largest religious place in world-Angkor of 400 acres constructed of wholly stone.

 

SESSION CLOSURE:

Ujwal Dsouza was honored by Prof. H AjitHebbar. Mr. Praveen (VIISemester)proposed the vote of thanks as the inaugural function came to an end.

Thanks giving was done at the end of technical session by Ms.Nidhishree (VII Semester).

 

SOME PHOTOGRAPHS WITNESSING THE TECHNICAL TALK :

 

SEISMIC PERFORMANCE OF RC STRUCTURES

A BRIEF REPORT ON TECHNICAL TALK BY:

SHAIK KABEER AHMED, Assistant Professor at NMAM Institute of Technology Nitte,   Karkala, Karnataka, India.

The Civil Engineering Department of Alva’s Institute of Engineering & Technology, Mijar, organized a Technical Talk onThursday,21th September 2017 in Auditorium at 3 pm, on “SEISMIC PERFORMANCE OF RC STRUCTURES” by Shaik Kabeer Ahmed.

 

PROGRAMME PROCEEDINGS :

 

The Inauguralfunction began at 3 PM.The gathering was cordially welcomed by Ms. Nidhishree(VII Semester). Ms. Teena Antony (VII Semester) of Civil Engineering introduced the resource persons to the gathering. Prof .Durgaprasad Baliga, Head of Department, Civil Engineering, had presided over the function.

 

TECHNICAL TALK :

 

 Talk on “SEISMIC PERFORMANCE OF RC STRUCTURES” presented by Shaik Kabeer Ahmed consisted Earthquake Damaging Effects giving an example of Earthquake in Tohoku, Japan on 11th march 2011. Performance of structure, types of performance checks including linear, static, dynamic analysis, pushover analysis were covered in the talk.

 

SESSION CLOSURE:

Sheik Kabeer Ahmed was honored by Prof. Sanjay. Mr. Praveen (VIISemester)proposed the vote of thanks as the inaugural function came to an end.

Thanks giving was done at the end of technical session by Ms.Nidhishree (VII Semester).

 

SOME PHOTOGRAPHS WITNESSING THE TECHNICAL TALK :

 

ADVANCES IN CONCRETE MAKING MATERIALS

A BRIEF REPORT ON TECHNICAL TALK BY:

NAGESH PUTTASWAMUY, 32 years in Civil Engineering & Construction ,trainer for skill development for masons, students, contractors & engineers, trainer in presentation skills & techniques, anchor at technical seminars workshops.

The Civil Engineering Department of Alva’s Institute of Engineering & Technology, Mijar, organized a Technical Talk on Tuesday 17th October 2017 in Auditorium hall, on “ADVANCES IN CONCRETE MAKING MATERIALS”.

 

Programme Proceedings:

 

The function began at 3:00 A.M. The gathering was cordially welcomed by Ms. Dhanya (VII Semester). Ms. Teena Antony (VII Semester) of Civil Engineering introduced the resource person to the gathering. Prof. Aditya Tantry, Forum Coordinator, Department of Civil Engineering, was presided over the function.

 

Technical Talk by NAGESH PUTTASWAMY:

 

A technical talk on Advances in concrete making materialspresented by the resource person.

Advancements have been made in the type of construction, speed of construction, economics, in more professional ways. Mr. Nagesh Puttaswamy mentioned about 3Ms Mantra of Project management- Mechanization, Materials, Management. Including properties of concrete on demand like Workability with decreased water cement ratio, high workability with high strength and low strength as per the requirements and delayed setting for longer transportation can be acquired.

His talk including new generation concretes for example Autoclaved aerated, Tough concrete, Fibrous concrete system, Quick concrete construction. The new development of Mud concrete with its constituents consisting of Mud, Fly ash, 7-5% of cement and with added chemicals and Smart dynamic concrete.

 

Session Closure:

Mr. Nagesh Puttaswamy was honored by Prof. Ms. Archana. M (VIII Semester) proposed the vote of thanks.

 

SOME PHOTOGRAPHS WITNESSING THE TECHNICAL TALK:

 

EFFECTIVE CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT

A BRIEF REPORT ON TECHNICAL TALK BY:

B Govinda Ramesh, IIMB alumnus, Entrepreneur, Engineer-Steel Construction, Roofs and Facades, Global Effectuation Instructor, Mentor- Nerd Factory.

The Civil Engineering Department of Alva’s Institute of Engineering & Technology, Mijar, organized a Inaugural function of Civiation andTechnical Talk onThursday,7th September 2017 in Auditorium at 10 am, on “Effective Construction Management” By Engineer,By Govinda Ramesh

 

PROGRAMME PROCEEDINGS :

 

The Inauguralfunction began at 10.00 AM.The gathering was cordially welcomed by Ms. Dhanya(VII Semester). Ms. Soundariya B (VII Semester) of Civil Engineering introduced the resource persons to the gathering. Prof .Durgaprasad Baliga,Head of Department, Civil Engineering, was presided over the function. Mr. Vivek Alva, Managing trusty made the presidential remark and briefed about the association.

 

TECHNICAL TALK BY ANIL  V. BALIGA MANJESHWAR

A technical talk on Effective Construction Managementpresented by the resource person.

 

SESSION CLOSURE:

B GOVIND RAMESH was honored by Prof. H Ajit Hebbar. Ms. Archana(VIISemester)proposed the vote of thanks as the inaugural function came to an end.

Thanks giving was done at the end of technical session by Ms. Dhanya (VII Semester).

 

SOME PHOTOGRAPHS WITNESSING THE TECHNICAL TALK :

INVESTIGATION AND RESTORATION OF DISTRESSED BRIDGE

A BRIEF REPORT ON TECHNICAL TALK BY:

Manjunatha S B,Assistant Engineer in KPWD, Circle office, Mangalore. Pursuing Ph D in National Institute of Technology, Surathkal.

The Civil Engineering Department of Alva’s Institute of Engineering & Technology, Mijar, organized a Technical Talk onWednesday,4th October 2017 in Auditorium at 3 pm, on “Investigation and Restoration of Distressed Bridge” By Manjunatha S B.

 

PROGRAMME PROCEEDINGS :

The Inauguralfunction began at 3 pm.The gathering was cordially welcomed by Ms. Akshatha(VII Semester). Ms. Sushmitha (VII Semester) of Civil Engineering introduced the resource person to the gathering.

 

TECHNICAL TALK :

A technical talk on Investigation and Restoration of Distressed Bridgepresented by the resource person started with the introduction of infrastructures and its elements. The second phase  had three case studies , firstly WYRA SURPLUS Bridge of Andhra Pradesh was examined by Bridge inspection vehicle n found that the deck slab was shifted from its usual plane because of several reasons such as wrong location of bridge, water currents, large outcrops in the river, etc. Several rehabilitative measures were undertaken to restore the bridge. Second was the GARIKEKANDY BRIDGE, on which several soundness tests like probing test, ultrasonic pulse velocity test and rebound hammer tests were performed and rehabilitation measures were taken. Third was the MUSLIMJUNG Bridge in Andhra Pradesh which developed unexpected cracks on the cantilever end of bridge due to the poor concrete used, incorrect water cement ratio, incorrect spacing of Reinforcement bars etc were the reason to take rehabilitative measures of stitching or bolting with steel plates as temporary measures and extending the foundation was the permanent measure taken for restoration of bridge.

 

SESSION CLOSURE:

Manjunatha S B was honored by Prof. Aditya Tantry. Ms.Sowmyashree (VIISemester)proposed the vote of thanks as the inaugural function came to an end. Thanks giving was done at the end of technical session by Ms.Akshatha (VIISemester).

 

SOME PHOTOGRAPHS WITNESSING THE TECHNICAL TALK :

2016-17

READY MIXED CONCRETE SCENARIO IN INDIA

Technical Talk BY:

            Mr.Ravishankar M

            RMC Ready mix (India)

            (A Division of Prism Cement Limited) – Mega Projects and Engineering

            Ready-mixed Concrete Manufacturers AssociationMumbai.

 

The Civil Engineering Department of Alva’s Institute of Engineering & Technology, Mijar, organized a Technical Talk on Monday 22nd Aug 2016 at MBA Auditorium, on “Ready mixed Concrete Scenario in India”

 

ProgramProceedings:

 

The function began at 11.00A.M. The gathering was cordially welcomed by Mr. Shashi Kumar(VII Semester). Mr Praveen Kumar (VII Semester) of Civil Engineering introduced the resource person to the gathering. Asst. Prof. Aditya Tantri, Forum Coordinator, Department of Civil Engineering, was presided over the function.

 

Technical Talk by  Ravishankar M:

 

A technical talk on “Ready mixed Concrete Scenario in India” presented by the resource person.

The liberalization of Indian economy from 1991 onwards paved the way for large-scale investments in infrastructure, industrial, housing and agriculture sectors. The new age constructions required speed and superior quality to obtain profitable life cycle cost of the projects. The emerging scenario helped to increase the pace of mechanization and facilitated the establishment of RMC plants on commercial scale to synchronize with the overall development strategy. RMC in India on commercial scale started in 1993 at Pune with only one plant. It has achieved nearly 15% share of the total concrete produced in the country. In some major cities, like Bangalore, Hyderabad, Mumbai and Chennai the share of RMC has reached as high as 50% to 60%. The growth prospects of RMC in India are enormous, provided requisite support is provided by the regulatory authorities, consumers and decision makers during its formative years.

Concrete is the largest ‘man made’ material in the world and stands second to water in per capita consumption. It is estimated that world over about 3800 million tons of cement and 8000 million tons of concrete were used during the year 2013. Average per capita annual consumption of cement worldwide is about 500 kg against 210 kg in India. Similarly world over per capita concrete consumption is about 1 ton while it is 500 kg in India. Though cement and concrete consumption is expected to grow at the average rate of 3% to 4% world over, but in India 6% to 8% growth is likely to take place during the next decade. It is therefore very important from life cycle cost, durability and environmental considerations that majority of concrete is produced in centralized RMC plants.

 

DEVELOPMENT OF RMC IN INDIA

Ready-mixed concrete plants arrived in India in the early 1950s, but their use was restricted to only major construction projects such as large dams. Bhakra and Koyna dams were some of the early projects where RMC was used. Later on, RMC was also used for other large projects such as construction of long-span bridges, industrial complexes, etc. These were, however, captive plants which formed an integral part of the construction project. RMC in a true commercial sense had yet to arrive in the country.

In 1974, a techno-economic feasibility study for setting up of RMC plants in India was conducted by the Central Building Research Institute (CBRI), Roorkee7. The study recommended setting up of RMC plants in major metropolitan towns of the country. It also suggested the use of fly ash as a partial replacement of cement to effect savings.

 

Ready mixed Concrete – Global Scenario

  • The first ready-mix Plant was built in the Year 1936 in UK.
  • But the industry did not begin to expand significantly until the 1960s, and it has continued to grow since then.
  • By 2007 in USA there were 6000 RMC plants and 70000 Transit Mixers producing 351 million cu m of concrete per year and consuming 70% of the cement consumed by the construction Industry.

 

Ready mixed Concrete Industry – Indian Scenario!!

  • In India the first commercial RMC Plant was started in the year 1991 at Pune.

 

Session Closure:

Mr. Ravishankar M was honored by Prof. Jayateertha V Itagi and Ms Shins T Wilson (VIII Semester) proposed the vote of thanks.

 

SOME PHOTOGRAPHS WITNESSING THE TECHNICAL TALK :

Bridge Structures

Technical Talk BY: Er. Prasanna K M

 

The Civil Engineering Department of Alva’s Institute of Engineering & Technology, Mijar, organized a Technical Talk on Tuesday 20 th September 2 016 at Engineering semina hall , on “Bridge structures”

 

Program Proceedings:

 

The function began at 2.00 P.M. The gathering was cordially welcomed by Ms. Aishwaraya  (VII Semester). Ms. Latha (VII Semester) of Civil Engineering introduced the resource person to the gathering. Asst. Prof. Aditya Tantri Forum Coordinator, Department of Civil Engineering, was presided over the function.

 

Technical Talk by Sooraj Shetty:

 

A technical talk on “Bridge structures” presented by the resource person. Bridge structures assessment. Design and Construction aims to present the transformation of theoretical knowledge  into guidelines and specifications that are complaint with the technical constraints of bridges engineering design

PARALLEL CONSTRUCTION TECHNIQUES

Technical Talk BY:

            Er. ArunPrabha K.S

            Project Head

            TIPL-Tharaka

 

The Civil Engineering Department of Alva’s Institute of Engineering & Technology, Mijar, organized a Technical Talk on Monday 28th September 2016 at MBA Auditorium, on “Parallel Construction Techniques

 

Program Proceedings:

 

The function began at 2.00P.M. The gathering was cordially welcomed by Mr Shashi Kumar(VII Semester). Mr Praveen Kumar (VII Semester) of Civil Engineering introduced the resource person to the gathering. Asst. Prof. Aditya Tantri, Forum Coordinator, Department of Civil Engineering, was presided over the function.

 

Technical Talk by Er. ArunPrabha K.S:

 

Criticality of Construction Time:

 

In all mega projects and capital intensive projects like Refineries, Steel Plants, Power Projects etc. Construction cost, forms a minuscule part of cost but major part of time.

It has been well documented that many of the cost overruns of various projects have been due to lot of time spent on in-situ construction which if properly planned and executed, could have been avoided

This aspect has prompted many project managers to look at the possibility of parallel construction methodology, which enables to complete projects on time and many times, even ahead of schedule.

Sequential v/s Parallel Methods:

Conventionally, construction has been carried out in an all sacrosanct, sequential manner. Say, Excavation, PCC, Reinforcement, Shuttering, and Concreting in a set order with lot of dependency on end of preceding activity.

Planners and Execution teams started looking at the possibility of independent, parallel approaches to cut timelines, like say prefabricating reinforcement, preassembled forms and even precasting as major time saver.

Though in its initial days cost of these methods were often questioned, major success have proved that parallel approach is the key to faster completion, especially in projects where time is the essence.

Where were parallel techniques used?

 

  • Construction of Pipe Racks- Precast & Jumping Jack
  • Pipe Fabrication- Pipe Fabrication Shop
  • Cooling Towers- Precast
  • Tankages and Tank Farm
  • Drains – Precast

Session Closure:

Er. Arun Prabha K.Swas honored by Dr. Nitendra Palankar and Ms Shins T Wilson (VIII Semester) proposed the vote of thanks.

 

SOME PHOTOGRAPHS WITNESSING THE TECHNICAL TALK :

CEMENT MANUFACTURING PROCESS AND GOOD CONSTRUCTION PRACTICES

Technical Talk BY:

            Er. Suraj Kumar      

            Senior manager

            Ramco cements limited

 

The Civil Engineering Department of Alva’s Institute of Engineering & Technology, Mijar, organized a Technical Talk on Monday 28th September 2016 at MBA Auditorium, on “Cement Manufacturing Process And Good Construction Practices”

 

ProgramProceedings:

The function began at 2.00P.M. The gathering was cordially welcomed by Mr. Shashi Kumar(VII Semester). Mr. Praveen Kumar (VII Semester) of Civil Engineering introduced the resource person to the gathering. Asst. Prof. Aditya Tantri, Forum Coordinator, Department of Civil Engineering, was presided over the function.

 

Technical Talk bySooraj Shetty:

 

A technical talk on “Cement Manufacturing Process And Good Construction Practices” presented by the resource person.

 

History of Cement:

Joseph Aspadin of Leeds, England invented Portland Cement. In 1824, he manufactured cement, in a rudimentary form, by burning mixture of limestone and clay.

  • The top 20 cement companies account for almost 70 per cent of the total cement production of the country.
  • A total of 209 large cement plants together account for 97 per cent of the total installed capacity in the country, with 365 small plants account for the rest. Of these large cement plants, 77 are located in the states of Andhra Pradesh, Rajasthan and Tamil Nadu.

Market Size:

  • India’s cement demand is expected to reach 550-600 Million Tonnes Per Annum (MTPA) by 2025. The housing sector is the biggest demand driver of cement, accounting for about 67 per cent of the total consumption in India. The other major consumers of cement include infrastructure at 13 per cent, commercial construction at 11 per cent and industrial construction at nine per cent.
  • Cement companies are expected to add 56 million tonnes (MT) capacity over the next three years.
  • The cement capacity in India may register a growth of eight per cent by next year end to 395 MT from the current level of 366 MT. It may increase further to 421 MT by the end of 2017.
  • The country’s per capita consumption stands at around 190 kg.

Most Commonly Used Cement Types:

  • OPC 43 Grade IS 8112
  • OPC 53 Grade IS 12269
  • Portland Pozzolana Cement IS 1489 Part 1
  • Portland Slag Cement IS 455
  • Sulphate Resisting Portland Cement IS 12330

Concrete going BAD has 2 possibilities:

  • Poor choice of Materials
  • Poor Human Effort during Casting

And hence it becomes the engineer’s responsibility in negating the possibility of producing bad concrete in site.

 

Session Closure:

Mr Ravishankar M was honored by Prof. Nikhil and Ms Shins T Wilson (VIII Semester) proposed the vote of thanks.

 

SOME PHOTOGRAPHS WITNESSING THE TECHNICAL TALK :

CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES FOR CIVIL ENGINEERING AND NEXT GENERATION CONCRETE

Technical Talk BY:

 

Dr. V. Ramachandra

            Head (Tech Services),

          UltraTech Cement Ltd.,Mumbai.

 

The Civil Engineering Department of Alva’s Institute of Engineering & Technology, Mijar, organized a Technical Talk on Saturday8th Oct 2016 at HomeopathicSeminar hall, on “Challenges and Opportunities for Civil Engineering and Next Generation Concrete”.

 

ProgrammeProceedings :

 

The function began at 10:00 A.M. The gathering was cordially welcomed byMs.Dhanya(V Semester). Ms. Varshakori (VII Semester) of Civil Engineering introduced the resource person to the gathering. Prof. Durgaprasad Baliga,Head of Department, Civil Engineering, was presided over the function.

 

Technical Talk byDr.Anjaneyappa:

 

A technical talk on Challenges and Opportunities for Civil Engineering and Next Generation Concretepresented by the resource person.

There are a diverse and increasing range of areas, fields, disciplines, branches or specialities of engineering. These developed from civil, mechanical, chemical, electrical and electronic engineering, as knowledge developed and differentiated as subjects subdivided, merged or new subjects arose. The emergence of new branches of engineering is usually indicated by the establishment of new university departments, new professional engineering organizations or new sections in existing organizations.

About Next generation concrete, explained beautifully how the concrete can make use as ornamentals and polished concrete used as tiles for flooring and for good aesthetic view. This talk explained lot of things about concrete I.e., Next generation concrete.

 

Session Closure:

Dr. V.  Ramachandra was honored by Prof. Jayathirthitagi Head of the department. Ms.Teena(VI Semester) proposed the vote of thanks.

CIVIL ENGINEER AND ENTREPRENEUR

Technical Talk BY:

            Mr. D.B Mehta         

            President

            CREDAI, Mangalore

 

The Civil Engineering Department of Alva’s Institute of Engineering & Technology, Mijar, organized a Technical Talk on Wednesday 14thOct 2016 at MBA Seminar hall, on “Civil Engineer and Entrepreneur”.

 

ProgramProceedings:

 

The function began at 3:00 P.M. The gathering was cordially welcomed by Mr. Akshith(7th Semester). Mr. Sheryas (7th Semester) of Civil Engineering introduced the resource person to the gathering. Prof. Aditya Tantri, Forum Coordinator, Department of Civil Engineering, was presided over the function.

 

Technical Talk byEng. ArunPrabha K.S:

 

A technical talk on “Civil Engineer and Entrepreneur” presented by the resource person. There are plenty of opportunities in Civil Engineering field. As an CA he has become an successful entrepreneur in Civil Engineering domain.

He told about the opportunities of jobs that are rising in Civil Engineering domain. He gave the ideas of making money and the financial backgrounds of it. He talks about risk of becoming entrepreneur. He gave the hint to save money.

 

Session Closure:

 

D.B.Mehtawas honored by Prof.Umeshchandra. Mr.Shashi Kumar (7th Semester) proposed the vote of thanks.

 

SOME PHOTOGRAPHS WITNESSING THE TECHNICAL TALK :

CIVIL CONTRACTS AND DISPUTES AND BASICS OF VALUE ENGINEERING

A BRIEF REPORT ON TECHNICAL TALK BY:

 

Eng. ArunPrabha K.S, Presently working a CEO sky cell Towers and Infrastructures private limited and project head for TIPL-Tharaka JV for construction of Flyover, pipe rock cum road commodore foe Mangalore special economic zone.

 

The Civil Engineering Department of Alva’s Institute of Engineering & Technology, Mijar, organized a Technical Talk on Wednesday15th Feb 2017 MBA Seminar hall, on “Civil Contracts and Disputes and Basics of Value Engineering”.

 

ProgrammeProceedings :

 

The function began at 2:00P.M.The gathering was cordially welcomed by Ms. Aishwarya M R(VIII Semester). Mr. Depak Padmanaban (VIII Semester) of Civil Engineering introduced the resource person to the gathering. Prof .Durgaprasad Baliga, Head of Department, Civil Engineering, was presided over the function.

 

Technical Talk byEr. ArunPrabha K S:

 

A technical talk on Civil Contracts and Disputes and Basics of Value Engineeringpresented by the resource person.

Value Engineering is a systematic way to improve to value of goods or products and services by using an examination of function. Value is defined , is the ratio of function of cost. Value can therefore be increased by either improving the function or reducing the cost.

 

Contracts for the construction of roads, building and other works present certain special features from the importance of these contracts in the economic life of the country.

 

Session Closure:

Er. Arun Prabha K.Swas honored by Dr. Umeshchandra, Associate Professor. Ms. Shins T Wilson (VIII Semester) proposed the vote of thanks.

 

SOME PHOTOGRAPHS WITNESSING THE TECHNICAL TALK :

SUSPENSION FOOT BRIDGES FOR RURAL DEVELOPMENT

A BRIEF REPORT ON TECHNICAL TALK BY:

PADMASHRI  B. GIRISH BHARADWAJ

  1. ENGINEER, Founder Secretary of Sneha Education Society.He Challenging Constructions of Suspension Bridges,Training and Development in Rural Connectivity,Gandhinagara, Sullya,Karnataka.

The Civil Engineering Department of Alva’s Institute of Engineering & Technology, Mijar, organized a Technical Talk on Friday 17th Mar 2017 at Auditorium,AIET on “Suspension Foot Bridges for Rural Development”.

Programme Proceedings:

The function began at 2:00P.M. The gathering was cordially welcomed byMs.Priya Rane(VI Semester). Mr. Deepak Padmanaban (VIIISemester) of Civil Engineering introduced the resource person to the gathering, Mr. Vivek Alva (Managing Trusty), Prof.B Durgaprasad Baliga (H.O.D of Civil Dept) , Asst.Prof Adithya Tantri(Forum Coordinator)was presided over the function.

 

Technical Talk byPadmashree B. Girish Bharadwaj:

A technical talk on “Suspension Foot Bridges for Rural Development”presented by the resource person. The ‘Bridge Man’ of Dakshina Kannada Girish Bharadwaj has been conferred with prestigious Padma Shri Award. He is known for Construction of Low cost Suspension Bridges,which he has constructed in various parts of Karnataka, Andra-Pradesh,Kerala and also Odisha. He started with the Hanging Bridge at Arambur in 1989 and is now working on his 128th Hanging Bridge at Sunkasal in Uttar kannada district.He is 68yrs old.

An accomplished engineer with rich cross functional experience in the construction of suspension foot bridges, as well as Training & Development, People Management in a distinguished career spanning nearly four decades. Endowed with a positive outlook along with the virtues of patience and listening an innovative designer of suspension foot bridges with proven skills of team work in connecting villages through Suspension Foot Bridges (SFB) across riversin India. Being a focussed professional with demonstrated abilities to meet deadlines & to work under pressure so far 127 suspension foot bridges are completed and another five are undercompletion.

The floods in river during rainy season make the life havoc in villages. They become isolated islands disconnected from mainland for all kinds of services. The sufferings continued until the techonology of suspension foot bridges was put to use by Mr. Girish Bharadwaj of Ayasshilpa, Sullia.

The saga of suspension foot bridges started at home village for Girish in 1989. Being a technology expert in the village Girish felt it a duty to do some thing for his fellow beings at cost

price. It turned out to be a work with community participation with in puts of free labour and material. Starting from the first bridge every bridge was constructed by public demand to solve the problem of non-connectivity between villages due to the floods in rainy season.

Session Closure:

Padmashri B. Girish Bharadwaj was honored by Prof. B Durgaprasad Baliga,Head of The Department, Ms. Nalina(VISemester) proposed the vote of thanks.

 

SOME PHOTOGRAPHS WITNESSING THE TECHNICAL TALK:

Challenges and Opportunities for Civil Engineering and Next Generation Concrete

Technical Talk BY:

         

            Dr. V. Ramachandra

            Head (Tech Services),

            UltraTech Cement Ltd.,Mumbai.

 

The Civil Engineering Department of Alva’s Institute of Engineering & Technology, Mijar, organized a Technical Talk on Saturday 8th Oct 2016 at Homeopathic Seminar hall, on “Challenges and Opportunities for Civil Engineering and Next Generation Concrete”.

 

Programme Proceedings :

 

The function began at 10:00 A.M. The gathering was cordially welcomed by Ms.Dhanya (V Semester). Ms. Varsha kori  (VII Semester) of Civil Engineering introduced the resource person to the gathering. Prof. Durgaprasad Baliga,Head of Department, Civil Engineering, was presided over the function.

 

Technical Talk by Dr.Anjaneyappa:

 

A technical talk on Challenges and Opportunities for Civil Engineering and Next Generation Concretepresented by the resource person.

There are a diverse and increasing range of areas, fields, disciplines, branches or specialities of engineering. These developed from civil, mechanical, chemical, electrical and electronic engineering, as knowledge developed and differentiated as subjects subdivided, merged or new subjects arose. The emergence of new branches of engineering is usually indicated by the establishment of new university departments, new professional engineering organizations or new sections in existing organizations.

About Next generation concrete, explained beautifully how the concrete can make use as ornamentals and polished concrete used as tiles for flooring and for good aesthetic view. This talk explained lot of things about concrete I.e., Next generation concrete.

 

Session Closure:

Dr. V.  Ramachandra was honored by Prof. Jayathirth itagi Head of the department. Ms.Teena (VI Semester) proposed the vote of thanks.

 

 

SOME PHOTOGRAPHS WITNESSING THE TECHNICAL TALK :

Healthy Constructions :Can This Be a Reality ?

A BRIEF REPORT ON TECHNICAL TALK BY:

Anil  V. Baliga Manjeshwar , M.Tech (Structure), Association Civil Consulting Civil Engineers (ACCI).

The Civil Engineering Department of Alva’s Institute of Engineering & Technology, Mijar, organized a Technical Talk on Monday 20th March 2017 in Auditorium, on “Healthy Constructions :Can This Be a Reality ?” By Engineer. Anil V. Baliga.

 

Programme Proceedings :

 

The function began at 9:00 A.M .The gathering was cordially welcomed by Ms.Dhanya (VI Semester). Ms. Varsha G kori and Ms. Latha (VIII Semester) of Civil Engineering introduced the resource persons to the gathering. Prof .Durgaprasad Baliga,Head of Department, Civil Engineering, was presided over the function.

 

Technical Talk by Anil  V. Baliga Manjeshwar

 

A technical talk on Healthy Constructions: Can This Be a Reality?presented by the resource person. Situational awareness is important to everyone – it is important that everyone is aware of their surroundings and the potential hazards they face. It is important that each individual is looking out for his or her own safety as well as looking out for their workmates.

To Create Civil Engineering Marvels & Healthy Constructions, he spoken about the wonders of the nature about Colosseum Rome Italy 80 AD, New Bye-pass Bridge – Hoover Dam – USA ,Palm Jumeira  TownShip Dubai, Grand Canyon  Sky Walk, Glacier SkyWalk, Canada, Al Burj Dubai Hotel  Dubai, Vertical Opening Type and Pamban Railway Bridge, Rameshwaram, Tamilnadu,etc.

 

Session Closure:

 

Anil V. Baliga Manjeshwar was honored by Prof. Durgaprasad baliga Head of the department. Ms.Shins T Wilson (VIII Semester) proposed the vote of thanks.

SOME PHOTOGRAPHS WITNESSING THE TECHNICAL TALK :

COPING WITH WATER SCARCITY

A BRIEF REPORT ON TECHNICAL TALK BY:

Dr. M.K.NAGARAJ, Professor, Department of Applied Mechanics, NITK, Surathkal

 

The Civil Engineering Department of Alva’s Institute of Engineering & Technology, Mijar, organized a Technical Talk on Monday20thMarch 2017 in Auditorium, on “COPING WITH WATER SCARCITY”.

 

ProgrammeProceedings:

 

The function began at 9:00A.M.The gathering was cordially welcomed byMs.Dhanya(VI Semester). Ms. Varsha G kori and Ms. Latha (VIII Semester) of Civil Engineering introduced the resource persons to the gathering. Prof .DurgaprasadBaliga,Head of Department, Civil Engineering, was presided over the function.

 

Technical Talk byDr. M.K.NAGARAJ:

 

Global water use has been growing at more than twice the rate of population growth in the last century. Water scarcity already affects every continent and more than 40 percent of the people on our planet. By 2025, 1.8 billion people will be living in countries or regions with absolute water scarcity, and two-thirds of the world’s population could be living under water stressed conditions.

In order to really understand how serious the problem is we first must take stock of the immense impact water has on our daily lives and our ability to provide for a better future.

 

Session Closure:

 

Dr. M.K.NAGARAJwas honored by Prof. DurgaprasadbaligaHead of the department. Ms.Shins T Wilson (VIII Semester) proposed the vote of thanks.

 

SOME PHOTOGRAPHS WITNESSING THE TECHNICAL TALK :

Publications
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Citation

1 Dr. H Ajith Hebbar Oil and Grease Removal from Wastewater Using Laterite as an Adsorbent Material International Journal of Emerging Technology and Advanced Engineering, May 2013, Volume 3, Issue 5, pp. 654-657.
2 Dr. H Ajith Hebbar Removal of Organic Based Oil and Grease from Food Service Facility Effluent Using a Laterite Column American Journal of Engineering Research (AJER), January 2014, Volume 3, Issue 3, pp.48-50.
3 Dr. H Ajith Hebbar Separation of organic based oil and grease from Restaurant wastewater using a horizontal flow batch Reactor containing laterite medium International Journal of Advanced Research in Engineering and Technology (IJARET), February 2014, Volume 5, Issue 2, pp.152-155.
4 Dr. H Ajith Hebbar BOD Removal by Adsorption Approach International Journal for Scientific Research and Development, September 2015, Volume 3, Issue 6, pp.1151-1152.
5 Mr. Sanjay S A Remote Sensing and GIS Approach to Watershed Management for Phalguni River Basin International journal of Engineering Science and Computing,  ISSN 2321 3361, volume 8, Issue 7, pp. 18712-18715, July 2018.
6 Mr. Sanjay S RS and GIS based site suitability analysis for the disposal of Solid waste for Moodbidri and Karkala region International Journal of Civil Engineering and Technology(Scopus Indexed), ISSN online:0976-6316, ISSN print: 0976-6308, volume 9, Issue 5, pp. 594-601, May 2018.
7 Mr. Sanjay S Treatment of Dairy Wastewater and Bioelectricity generation using Membraneless Microbial Fuel Cell International Journal of Civil Engineering and Technology(Scopus Indexed), ISSN online:0976-6316, ISSN print: 0976-6308, volume 9, Issue 5, pp. 679-685, May 2018.
8 Mr. Sanjay S Feasibility study on treatability of Dairy wastewater employing Dual Compartment Mcrobial Fuel Cell International Research Journal of Engineering and Technology”, e-ISSN 2395-0056, p- ISSN 2395-0072, volume 4, Issue 7 (2017).
9 Mr. Sanjay S Dairy wastewater treatment and simultaneous bio-electricity generation using Dual Chambered Mediatorless Microbial Fuel Cell International Journal of Earth Sciences and Engineerng , ISSN 0974-5904, Volume 11, No. 02, April 2018.
10 Mrs. Veena D Savanth A Study on strom water drainage system of Annanagar and Ashoknagar of Shimoga city Karnataka India IJIET VOL 5 ISSUE 3
11 Mr. Santosh K Comparative Study on quality of Bacterial Concrete With normal concrete IRJET ISSN 2395-0056
12 Mr. Santosh K Study of Static and Dynamic Modulus of Elasticity of UHPC with and without Coarse Aggregates IRJETe-ISSN: 2395-0056 Volume: 05 Issue: 06 | June 2018 p-ISSN: 2395-0072
13 Mr. Santosh K Behavior of Mechanical Properties of Ultra-High Performance Concrete with Steel Fibers and Mineral Admixtures IJRET: International Journal of Research in Engineering and Technology eISSN: 2319-1163 | pISSN: 2321-7308
14 Mr. Santosh K Study of Fresh Properties of UHPC Using Volume Paste Approach
15 Mrs. Sindhurashmi B.M. Seismic Response of RC Framed Structures Resting on Sloping Terrain. International Research Journal of Engineering and Technology.
16 Ms. Anusha B Rao Design Of Pavement Surface For Sustainable Development Using Micro Silica And Copper Slag International Journal of Science & Engineering Development Research, Vol. 2
17 Ms. Anusha B Rao Analysis And Design Of Multi- Storeyed Reinforced Concrete Building Using CYPECAD International Journal of Informative & Futuristic Research, Vol. 3
ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENTS

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ACHIEVEMENT

01 Mr. SHIVAKUMAR GANTISIDDAPPANAVAR, (V SEMESTER, SECTION – B, USN: 4AL14CV422) scored 100 out of 100 in the subject Structural Analysis – II (10CV52) in the examinations held during Dec. 2015/ Jan. 2016. Subject Teacher: Mr. Raviprasad, Associate Professor.

TECHNICAL ACHIEVEMENTS

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STUDENT NAME EVENT PARTICIPATED DATE

INSTITUTION

01 KARISHMA KIRAN P (4AL12CV031) (VIII – A) Poster Presentation, KSTA Conference on Science & Technology for GenNext Urban Space 05/11/2015 & 06/11/2015 BIT, Bangalore

SPORTS ACHIVEMENTS

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DATE EVENT VENUE SEM. STUDENT NAME

PLACE

01 02/09/2015 Kabbadi, DusseraKredaKuta 2015-16 Mangalore VII – A ABHISHEK H S (4AL12CV002) FIRST
02 02/09/2015 Kho Kho, DusseraKredaKuta 2015-16 Mangalore VII – A ABHISHEK H S (4AL12CV002) FIRST
03 10/09/2015 – 11/09/2015 Discuss Throw, AEF (R) & Ceylonese Track & Field Club Sri Lanka, Dual Athletic Meet – 2015 Moodabidri VII – A ABHISHEK H S (4AL12CV002) SECOND
04 02/09/2015 Kho Kho, DusseraKredaKuta 2015-16 Davanegere VII – B PRAMODH K R (4AL12CV060) SECOND
05 18/03/2016 & 19/03/2016 Volleyball, Indian Cultural Society Karnataka, UAE UAE VIII – A AJITH KUMAR (4AL12CV007) RUNNERSUP

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2018-19
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2019-20
Industrial Visit to Gurupura river bridge construction

 

DATE & VENUE: 12/03/2019, Gurupura

 

The 4th-semester students had visited the Gurupura river bridge construction site on 12/3/2019. They got the knowledge about the pile foundation for the bridge construction.

 

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CHAKRA DAM

The dam is built across  Chakra River in 1985. The water flowing from kolluru and kodachadri is stored in chakra dam and is supplied for irrigation purpose. The dam is in a small town called chakra Nagar near to Shimoga city. The dam was built to balance the reservoir and to feed into the linganmakki reservoir. The dam is fully built with rock fills.

 

 

 Salient features of the dam

  • The top level of dam -587.57m
  • Length of dam -570.00m
  • Height of dam -79.00m
  • Max.water level -584m
  • Full reservoir level -579.12m
  • Max.draw down level-563.8m
  • Catchment area -58.60sq.m
  • Average rainfall -7620mm
  • Gross capacity of F.R.L-222.60m.cum
  • Net capacity -132.92m.cum

 

The spillway used in chakra dam is chute spillway. It’s used to supply excess water from behind the dam down a smooth decline into the river below.

SAVEHAKLU DAM

This dam is also built across  Chakra River originated at the peak of kodachadriSavehaklu dam is 6km away from chakra dam. This dam is an earthen dam and constructed with soil fill in 1980. A layer of rock is placed to avoid the destruction .the purpose of this dam is to store and divert river water towards linganmakki that is sharavathi power station to generate electricity.

 

Salient Features of Dam:

  • Length of dam -633m
  • Maximum height above foundation -53m
  • Total volume content of dam -1578TCM
  • Catchment area-48.11 sq km
  • Annual rainfall-6350mm
  • Full reservoir level-582mcum
  • Net capacity of reservoir-124.97mcum

SHARAVATHI POWER STATION

The sharavathi hydroelectric project was started to tap the electricity generating potential of the river. There are 3 power generation stations:

 

  • The sharavathi generating station with 10 units and an installed capacity of 1035MW
  • The linganmakki dam powerhouse with 2 units has an installed capacity of 55MW
  • The Gerusoppa dam project with 4 units of 60MW  each

 

The power station visited by us was sharavathi generating station with  10 units and an installed capacity of 1035MW. The water from the Sharavathi River is drawn to produce electricity. The potential energy of river water is converted to kinetic energy and then into mechanical energy.  The Pelton type of turbine is used to generate electricity. This type of turbine used since the water source has a higher hydraulic head at a low flow rate.

 

Salient features:

  • Type of turbine: Pelton turbine
  • Speed -300 rpm
  • Num of jet -6
  • Output power -140000 bhp
  • Transformer –step-up step-down transformer of 7 to 11 kW
  • Per machine capacity -103.5MW
  • Software used by KPCL –SCAL-R

WATER TREATMENT PLANT

The water treatment plant which involves implementation of a water purification plant in the vijayapur  district.  The plant is under ZillaPanchayath, vijayapur whose capacity is of 2.66MLD (Million Liter per Day). There we saw the following treatment units.

 

Secondary Treatment: In the secondary treatment plant, jack wells are provided to accumulate water from the surface source i.e., Krishna river which is a concrete structure and constructed to provide clean water, free from pollution, sand or any objectionable floating materials.  Water from jack well is future conveyed to the water treatment plant, vijayapur with the help of motors and pumps.

 

 

Tertiary Treatment: Here we came across a rectangular sedimentation tank and aeration tank.Where this sedimentation tank is of continuous flow which allows the suspended particles in suspension to settle down under the effect of gravity. The particle which is settled becomes sediment which is in turn known as sludge which will be removed and cleaned periodically. The coagulants will be added in adequate quantity.

 

 

Aeration tank is a treatment unit where the dissolved gasses are removed by pumping air into the tank connected to the venturi meter which consists of the throat to measure the quantity of discharge.

 

READY MIX CONCRETE PLANT

Ready-mix concrete is concrete that is manufactured in a batch plant according to asset engineered mix design. The batch plant combines a precise amount of rock, sand, water and cement together by weight. The half mixed concrete is carried to the site by transit trucks.

 

 

Ready mix concrete plant in Ainapur, Vijayapur, in this plant not only RMC is available there is also pre-stressed electric pole and pipes cast.

 

TOWN PLANNING

Art of shaping and guiding the physical growth of the town creating buildings and environments to meet the various needs such as social, cultural, economic and recreational etc., is called town planning.

 

 

Bagalkot town has an approximate population of 1.30 lakh substantial portion of Bagalkot town gets submerged in the backwater of almatti reservoir.  For implementation R  and  R project of Bagalkot town,  the state government has enacted special legislation called “Bagalkot town development authority”. This town is designed to sustain for 1000years. It’s a very well planned town by collecting the various data’s from several years .here we got to see the placement of manholes and drainage system adopted. Layout plan and plot detail is given by Bagalkot town development authority.

SUPA DAM

Supa dam is built across the Kali Nadi in Uttar Kannada district. It is the 2nd  largest dam of Asia which has 2 degrees i.e. which as the curve in both directions vertically and horizontally. The powerhouse at foot of dam has 2 electricity generators of 50MW each. The purpose of the dam is the production of power.

 

 

Salient feature:

  • Type of dam: concrete gravity dam
  • Height :101m
  • Length :332m
  • Total capacity :4178000000m3
  • catchment area :1057sq.km
  • the turbine used: Francis turbine
  • num of turbine: 2
  • installed capacity :100MW(2*50)
  • Hydraulic head: 72m

SYNTHERI ROCKS

Syntheri rock in Dandeli wildlife sanctuary is monolithic granite structure having a height of 300 ft. The river Kaneri that flows at this passes along the side of this rock.

 

On the way to this rock, there are various other rocks placed with their details. These are the rocks available in the forests of Dandeli.

INDUSTRIAL VISITS ORGANIZED (Others)

Sl. No

Industrial Visits

01

Industrial visit was organized to final year Civil Engineering students to ISRO, Bangalore, Water Treatment Plant at T.K. Halli,
Mandya and Waste Water Treatment Plant at Yelahanka, Bangalore on 19th and 20th March, 2015.

02

A visit to Master Plannery, Puttur and Nirmithi Kendra, Surathkal, was organized to II year Civil Engineering students on Saturday, 01st October, 2014.

03

A visit to Master Plannery, Puttur and Nirmithi Kendra, Surathkal, was organized to II year Civil Engineering students on Saturday, 01st October, 2014.

04

A visit to RMC Ready Mix Concrete Plant near Baikampady, Mangalore was organized to final year Civil Engineering students on Monday, 29th September, 2014.

05

A visit to Vidyagiri Construction Sites was organized to II year Civil Engineering students on Friday, 05th September, 2014.

06

A visit to High Rise Building Construction sites of SKS constructions, Mangalore was organized for II year Civil Engineering students on 20th March, 2014.

07

A visit to Varaahi Power Projects, Hosangady, was organized for final year Civil Engineering students on 18th March, 2014.

08

A visit to Sea Port at NMPT, Panamboor was organized for III year Civil Engineering students on 15th March, 2014.

09

A visit to RMC Ready Mix Concrete Plant near Baikampady, Mangalore was organized to final year Civil Engineering students on Friday, 24th September, 2013.

10

A visit to Bhoruka Power Corporation (Mini Hydel Power Plant), Nidle was organized to III year Civil Engineering students on Friday, 27th September, 2013.

11

A visit to Sea Port at NMPT, Panamboor was organized for III year Civil Engineering students on 15th March, 2014.

12

A visit to Sea Port at NMPT, Panamboor was organized for III year Civil Engineering students on 15th March, 2014.

13

A visit to Sea Port at NMPT, Panamboor was organized for III year Civil Engineering students on 15th March, 2014.

2017-18
2019-20
2018-19
2017-18
2019-20

SHORT TERM COURSE ON FOSS4G FOR NATURAL RESOURSE MANAGEMENT22-25 Aug 2019

 

REGARDING COURSE:

 

Introduction: The course is being offered under Alva’s- EWRG, IISc Research initiative for capacity building. The demand for spatial-temporal data analysis has gained momentum with the government’s push for digital India.  There is lack of professionals in these disciplines, particularly of those with a vast knowledge of the practical utilization of these technologies.  This necessitates knowledge augmentation of in-service professionals particularly of teaching faculty in colleges and universities.

 

COURSE OBJECTIVE:

 

Knowledge augmentation (advancements in spatial informatics, remote sensing data analysis, modeling and Geo Visualization) for in-service professionals.

 

PHOTOGRAPHS OF THE COURSE

Inauguration of the course on 22.08.19 By Dr. T. V. Ramachandra, IIScBanglore,

Sri. Vivek Alva Managing Trustee Alva’s Education Foundation,

Dr. H Ajith Hebbar HOD Civil Engineering Department and 

Prof. Veena D Savanth, Coordinator Were Present

 

 

 

2018-19

5 DAY WORKSHOP AND TRAINING PROGRAM ON ISO 9000 AND 14000 STANDARDS
 

Title:

5 day workshop and Training program on ISO 9000 AND 14000 STANDARDS FROM 29/01/2018 to 02/02/2018

 

Convener                                                  

Prof. Sanjay S,     

Asst. Professor

Dept. of Civil Engineering                                                                     

 

Chief Co-ordinator

Dr. H. G. Umeshchandra,

Associate Professor                                                         

Dept. of Civil Engineering                                                       

 

Invited Speakers:

  1. Mr. T. D. Anil Kumar and Team, Bureau Veritas (India) Limited, Bangalore
  2. Dr. K. S. Lokesh, Registrar, JSS S&T University, Mysore
  3. Dr. Udayashankara T. H., Professor, JSS S&T University, Mysore
  4. Dr. H. Lakshmikantha, Environmental Officer, KSPCB, Udupi
  5. Dr. Ravi D. R., Environmental Officer, KSPCB, Bangalore.

 

          The ISO 9000 family of quality management systems standards are designed to help organizations ensure that they meet the needs of customers and other stakeholders while meeting statutory and regulatory requirements related to a product or program. ISO 9000 deals with the fundamentals of quality management systems, including the seven quality management principles upon which the family of standards is based. ISO 9001 deals with the requirements that organizations wishing to meet the standard must fulfill.

 

          ISO 14000 Standards have achieved a great worldwide interest due to the benefits they may bring when successfully implemented in industries. They play a vital role in the wide range of industrial activities. The ISO 14001 is internationally accepted regulation about Environmental Management Systems for all types of industry activities. Developing an Environmental Management System in line with ISO standards in a company will increase its efficiency in natural resources management and diminish wastes and emissions. In addition, it will mean cost saving and improvement of the company’s public image. Hence it is highly recommended to run an EMS in industries, which, on the other hand, are growing in number and complexity. Keeping this in view, the department is planning to organize a 5 day Workshop and Training Programme, to address the needs of Engineering fraternity, which includes technical institutions and corporate world.

 

Photo: Participants with Resource Person

 

GEOSTATISTICS FOR NATURAL RESOURCE MANAGEMENT

 

ONE DAY WORKSHOP

ON

GEOSTATISTICS FOR NATURAL RESOURCE MANAGEMENT

DATE: 27/02/2018

 

S.No.

PARTICULARS

TIME

RESOURCE PERSON

Registration/Breakfast: 8.30 am -9.30 am

Inauguration: 9.30 am -10.00 am

1

Geostatistics for Natural Resource Management

10.05 am-11.15 am

Dr. Pierre Goovaerts,

Chief Scientist, Michigan United States of America

Tea Break:11.15 am- 11.30 am

2

Geostatistics for Natural Resource Management

11.30 am – 1.00 pm

Dr. Pierre Goovaerts,

Chief Scientist, Michigan, United States of America

Lunch  Break: 1.00 pm – 2.00 pm

3

Thoughts of an associate editor on scientific article writing

2.00 pm -3.00 pm

Dr. Pierre Goovaerts,

Chief Scientist, Michigan, United States of America

Tea Break: 3.00 pm – 3.10 pm

4

People Centered Rain Harvesting

3.10 pm -4.30 pm

Sri. Shree Padre

Development Journalist, Puttur

 

Valedictory Function: 4.30 pm -5.00 pm

 

 

2017-18
 DESIGN, CONSTRUCTION & FABRICATION OF STEEL STRUCTURES

 

WORKSHOP AND TRANING PROGRAM

A BRIEF REPORT ON 5 DAYS STATE LEVEL WORKSHOP

ON

DESIGN, CONSTRUCTION & FABRICATION OF STEEL STRUCTURES

 

The Civil Engineering Department of Alva’s Institute of Engineering & Technology, Mijar, organized 5 DAYS STATE LEVEL WORKSHOP on “DESIGN, CONSTRUCTION AND FABRICATION OF STEEL STRUCTURES” from 30/1/2017 to 03/02/2017  from various eminent personalities.

 

Programme Proceedings :

The inauguration began at 08:30 A.M. The gathering was cordially welcomed by Dr. Umeshchandra (Associate Professor). The function began by seeking the blessings from god by a song by Nidhi Bhat (6th semester). The lightening of the lamp was done by chief guests, our beloved Principal, Head of the Department. Later Dr. Nitendra Palankar (Sr.Associate Professor) of Civil Engineering Department introduced the chief guest Dr. Jayanta K Saha, DGM, INSDAG, Kolkota and Mr. Adhitya tantri (assistant professor) of civil engineering introduced Mr. Sumanta Mandal, RINL, Vishakhapatnam. Dr. Peter Fernandes, Principal, AIET was president over the function.

 

 

DAY-1: (30-01-2017)

Technical Talk by Sumanta Mandal on Making, Shaping, Treating of steel: (9;00 am to 10:30 am) & long steel products: (12:10 pm to 1:40 pm).

A technical talk on Making, Shaping, Treating of Steel“ presented by the resource person.

There are a diverse and increasing range of areas, fields, disciplines, branches or specialties of engineering. These developed from civil, mechanical, chemical, electrical and electronic engineering, as knowledge developed as subjects subdivided, merged or new subjects arose. The emergence of new branches of engineering is usually indicated by the establishment of new university departments, new professional engineering organizations or new sections in existing organizations.

Though steel is a very vast subject it was beautifully explained about its making, shaping and treating of steel.

He gave a detailed idea about the long steel products their availability, standards, techniques to use them, their specifications and case studies on long steel products. He also explained about their uses in construction industries and in capital goods sector. With these topics he shared with us a very good knowledge of long steel products which will help us in our future work places.

 

                           

 

Technical Talk by Dr. Jayanta K Saha about welding of steel: (10:40 am to12:10 pm), corrosion protection of steel (2:10 pm to 3:40 pm) & passive fire protection of steel structures (3:50pm to 5:20pm)

 

Dr. Jayanta K Saha explained us all about the selection of right welding process, knowledge in weldment design, selection of materials of weldment, knowledge of welding machines, understanding metallurgical factors, testing techniques for sound weld, welding procedure specification, fabrication and the knowledge of standards: AWS, IS 800. All these concepts were explained wonderfully and conveyed in detail.

He also briefed out about the corrosion protection of steel concept, techniques to overcome this, specifications used in this and the case study about corrosion

 At the end of the day 1 he explained about the Passive fire protection of steel structures their types, selection, products and case study about passive fire protection.

 

                             

DAY-2: (31-01-2017)

Technical Talk by Mr. Mitra B Dutta on Benefits of building information modeling through trimble solution (11:40 am to 1:10 pm).

          Mr. Mitra B Dutta gave a brief introduction about the most advanced BIM software through trimble solutions. He also explained about the difference between the BIM and virtual construction which was indeed a very useful topic which will assist us in future. He also briefed out about the tremble solutions which is one of the most advanced technology used in the construction projects by which we can build multi storied buildings with ease and no difficulties.

         

Technical Talk by Mr.Chandrashekar on Benefits of building information modeling workflow and automation (1:50 pm to5:00 pm)

          Here in this session we got much practical knowledge about the BIM software its usage and the procedure to get a license for the software which served us the most useful indeed the session was much interesting as it was more a kind of practical session. The step by step procedure of the tekla software was taught. Where BIM is a process for creating and managing all of the information on a project – before, during and after construction. The output of this process is the Building Information Model, the digital description of every aspect of the built asset. Tekla Structures is 3D building information modeling (BIM) software used in the building and construction industries for steel and concrete detailing, precast and cast in-situ. The software enables users to create and manage 3D structural models in concrete or steel, and guides them through the process from concept to fabrication.[9] The process of shop drawing creation is automated. Along with the creation of CNC-files, files for controlling reinforcement bending machines, controlling precast concrete manufacturing, importing in PLM-systems etc. Tekla Structures is available in different configurations and localized environments to suit different segment- and culture-specific needs.

 

 

DAY-3:(01-02-2017)

Technical Talk by Mr. Anjaneya Murthy on analysis & design of steel columns (9:00 am to 10:30 am) & Designing and detailing of base plates of columns (12:00 pm to 1:15 pm)

          Mr. Anjaneya murthy explained about the function and purpose of column base plates are to provide a spread and distribution of column loads from the steel column to the weaker concrete footing. The base plate acts as an intermediate stress distributor in a similar way theconcrete footing distributes load from the footing to the softer soils below. When the column load contains a moment, the base plate may require design to ensure uplift of the base plate does not occur which is achieved by designing anchor bolts to resist the tensile forces. Base plate design typically involves an iterative procedure to solve for unknowns which can be time consuming without a useful tool such as a formatted spreadsheet.

 

  

Technical Talk by Dr. P. Savoikar on connection designs bolted and welded (10:40 am to 12:00 pm) & Member design under tension, compression, flexure, combined forces (02:00 pm to 3:30 pm)

 

Dr. P. Savoikar gave a talk on joints in steel structures that is both welded as well as bolted joints. Most of the failures occur due to the improper joints. So it was indeed an interesting topic. He explained about the types of joints, classification, capacity, use, fixing mechanism and defects of the joints in steel structures. In recent days it is having more scope so that the failure can be avoided.

And he also explained us about the design of member when it is subjected to tension, compression, flexure and combined forces. The behavior of the member when it is subjected to various loads and the need for safe design under various loads were explained clearly. The talk was indeed so much beneficial.

 

Technical Talk by Mr. Madhav kamath on analysis of open web truss members (3:40 pm to  5:10 pm)

 

          Mr. Madhav kamath briefed out about the analysis of open truss members which are designed to provide architectural freedom for commercial and light industrial applications. He also explained about the various types of trusses and their applications and he gave a detailed account on open web truss members and their applications, Web trusses provide architectural freedom for commercial and light-industrial construction applications. Designed and built specifically for each job, they create efficient and economical floor and roof solutions.

 

 

 

DAY-4:(02-02-2017)

Technical Talk by Mr.Madhav kamath on design methodology for tubular structures (9:00 am to 10:30 am)

           Mr. Madhav Kamath explained us about the tubular structures and their application ingeneral Buildings, Columns, roof Trusses ,purlins. Industrial Buildings ,Built–up columns,Column and Truss Frames, Portal frames ,Special structures ,Long span roofs, Arches, Domes, Sports-stadia roofs, Railway station structures ,Sign posts, Gantries, Lighting Towers, Transmission Towers, Oil drilling platforms. He also talked about the stability of the trusses under various loads. This talk was indeed very useful.

 

Technical Talk by Dr. Pradhyumna on introduction to steel structured design, fabrication & erection &introduction to software development for structural engineers (11:40 am- 1:20 pm)

 

Dr. Pradhyumna gave a talk on introduction to steel structured design, fabrication and erection.The steel-framed building derives most of its competitive advantage from the virtues of prefabricated components, which can be assembled speedily at site. Unlike concreting, which is usually a wet process conducted at site, steel is produced and subsequently fabricated within a controlled environment. This ensures high quality, manufacture offsite with improved precision and enhanced speed of construction at site. The efficiency of fabrication and erection in structural steelwork dictates the success of any project involving steel-intensive construction. Current practices of fabrication and erection of steel structures in India are generally antiquated and inefficient. Most structural engineers use 3D integrated structural analysis and design software in their daily work. This software make modeling geometries of structures and analyzing loads much more efficient, therefore decreasing the time and effort needed for finite element analysis. Many of these software have integrated and diverse features, such as analyzing a diversified profile of structural elements (slabs, openings, foundations, columns, walls, bracings, beams, etc), modeling structures of different materials, checking for geometrical errors, and outputting analysis and graphical files. This talk gave us more updated knowledge on using software’s in structural engineering.

 

 

 

Technical Talk by Mr. Umesh B Rao structural design and structural detailing of truss bridge for pedestrians (02:00 pm to 05:00 pm)

Mr. Umesh B Rao explained about the structural design and detailing of truss bridge for pedestrians. This session was more of a practical one rather than too much practical. He explained about the design considerations,Application options for prefabricated steel truss pedestrian bridges, Terminology used to describe a prefabricated steel truss pedestrian bridge and Items to consider for proper layout of a trail bridge. This talk was so much motivating and it was indeed our pleasure to be a part of it.

 

Valedictory:

Prof. Rahasya K R (Assistant Professor) of Civil Engineering Department was the mistress of ceremony, the Guest & audience were welcomed by Prof. Nikhil N (Assistant Professor) of Civil Engineering Department Mr. Umesh B Rao was the chief guest & B Durgaprasad Baliga, Head of Civil Engineering Department was the president of valedictory. Feedbacks from the external participants and the students were taken. Mr.Umesh B Rao talked about the current status of civil engineering and also gave some of the valuable suggestions which was very helpful. Finally Vote of thanks was proposed by the Prof. Veena D Sawanth.

 

 

DAY-5:

SITE VISIT BY ACCEI, MANGALURU:

Site visit was held in mangaluru by ACCEI. There we got to see the practical applications and problems that will arise in sites. We got to study about the Fly overs which were under construction and the topics regarding post tensioning. It was indeed a great experience.

 

 

Ongoing
Completed
Ongoing

Power Generating Roads

Project TEAM

USN

BRANCH, SEMESTER AND SECTION

Contact

Email id

date of inititaion

Bhagyashree A.K

4AL17CV010

5th A Civil

bhagyashreekole1@gmail.com

9.9.19

Akumtoshi T Jamir

4AL17CV003

5th A Civil

akumtoshi.jamir@gmail.com

 

Dipu Laishram

4AL17CV017

5th A Civil

dipulaishram1997@gmail.com

 

Lustre Chongtham

4AL17CV029

5th A Civil

lustrebloodthirst@gmail.com

 

Irom Bishwamitra Singh

4AL16CV033

5th A Civil

bishwamitra33@gmail.com

 

 

ABSTRACT

This project is an idea to generate electricity from the traffic roads. Each year more than 4 million traffic lights consume an estimate of about 3 billion kilowatt hours of expensive electricity. This idea is to harvest the unintentionally wasted kinetic energy and generate electrical energy by the movement of traffic. Working principle is that the kinetic energy received from the wheel by the ramp is transferred to the hydraulic pump which pushes the shaft. The shaft transfers the energy to the gears which convert the linear force to rotational force which in turn rotates the shaft of the DC motor which then generate the electricity. This energy is stored and can be used for various applications.

Key words: electrical energy, linear force,

 

Power Generating Roads

Project TEAM

USN

BRANCH, SEMESTER AND SECTION

Contact

Email id

date of inititaion

 

Somorjit Laishram

 

4AL17CV068

5th CV-B

juniorsomorjit8@gmail.com

9.9.19

 

Wahengbam Aristo Singh

 

4AL17CV086

5th CV-B

aristowahengbam@gmail.com

 

 

Warepam Kishan singh

 

4AL17CV087

5th CV-B

kishanwarepam5@gmail.com

 

 

Yendrebam Malemngamba

 

4AL17CV087

5th CV-B

yendrembammalem@gmail.com

 

 

ABSTRACT

Bamboo is versatile material because of its high strength to weight ratio, easy workability and availability. It has been found that ultimate tensile strength of some species of bamboo is comparable to that of mild steel and it varies from 140mpa to 280mpa.Determine the tensile strength and compressive strength of beam and column by replacing steel with bamboo as reinforcement. Bamboo showing pronounced brown color to ensure that plant is at least 3 years old. Concrete Mix ProportionsThe same mix designs can be used as would normally be used with steel reinforced concrete. Concrete slump should be as low as workability will allow. Excess water causes swelling of the bamboo. High early-strength cement is preferred to minimize cracks caused by swelling of bamboo when seasoned bamboo cannot be waterproofed. Longest large diameter columns are to be used.

Key words: Weight ratio, Tensile strength, Bamboo, concrete slump

 

Sewage Water Harvesting

Project TEAM

USN

BRANCH, SEMESTER AND SECTION

Contact

Email id

date of inititaion

AKASH PATIL

4AL18CV005

Civil 3rd sem

akashbpatil424@gmail.com

9.9.19

AMOGHA .H

 

4AL18CV006

 

Civil 3rd sem

amgha.veena@gmail.com

 

ARUN KAGALGOMB

4AL18CV008

Civil 3rd sem

arunkagalgomb@gmail.com

 

ARUN KUMAR. S

4AL18CV009

 

Civil 3rd sem

arunkumarhakari@gmail.com

 

BASANAGOUDA

4AL18CV011

Civil 3rd sem

basanagouda47@gmail.com

 

 

ABSTRACT

Now a days most of the sewage water getting wasted, so we are planned to reuse the sewage water to useful water by different types of filtration method. Primary treatment is the process of mechanically removing the solid materials present in water through metal screening. Grit chambers and sedimentation. Metal screening removes large floating objects such as small piece of woods, rags, masses of garbage and death insects and animals. The Grit chamber allows the settlement of heavier solids such as sand into the bottom layer. The waste water is then allowed to pass into a big sedimentation tank where the liquid spends about 6- 8 hours. During this time about 50 to 70 percent of the solids settle down under the influence of gravitational force. During this process a small amount of decomposition takes place by the microorganisms present in sewage breaking down the organic matter present. The organic matter after breaking down settles down into a layer called sludge. This sludge is removed mechanically. Primary treatment removes about 60 percent of floating solid bodies, 30 percent of oxygen demanding wastes, 20 percent of nitrogen compounds, and 10 percent of phosphorous compounds. Secondary treatment is a biological oxidation of organic matter. It is achieved by filter method or by sludge process. In the filter method, the waste water is sprinkled over the surface of a bed of small stones of one to two meters deep. When the water percolates through the stone bed, a very complex biological growth of algae, fungi, protozoa and bacteria occurs. By these formations, the waste water gets oxidized. The oxidized waste water is then passed into the sedimentation tanks. After water pass from sedimentation tank, it goes for the natural filtration process (water pass through the coal bed, coarse aggregate bed and fine aggregate bed) after this water flows to plant bed finally water collected in separate tank. This water we can use in toilet flesh, Irrigation, cleaning of vehicles, etc.

Key Words: metal screening, grit chambers,. Primary treatment, secondary treatment

 

Completed

ORGANIC WASTE COMPOSTING

INTRODUCTION

Organic waste, or green waste, is organic material such as food, garden and lawn clippings. It can also include animal and plant based material and degradable carbon such as paper, cardboard and timber.

 

Organic waste is material that is biodegradable and comes from either a plant or animal. Organic waste is usually broken down by other organisms over time and may also be referred to as wet waste, most of the time, it’s made up of vegetable, fruit, paper and human waste.

 

In an effort to keep the environment clean and safe, organic waste is preferred over items that can damage the earth and that do not disintegrate. For example, plastic bags and plastic water bottles take a long time to disintegrate and leave their imprint their wake.

 

Organic waste includes:

  • GARDEN WASTE: one of the most popular forms of true organic waste can be just about any things that come directly from your garden such as plants, flowers, leaves, etc.
  • KITCHEN DEBRIS: Items that are considered to be organic waste from the kitchen include egg shells, vegetables, fruit peels, tomatoes anything that you might use to make a salad would qualify as green waste or organic waste.
  • PAPER PRODUCTS: Paper towels, cardboards and writing paper are all considered to be biodegradable and safe for environment once they become broken down. Paper items such as these are considered to be good composting materials because they break down rapidly and efficiently.

 

COMPOSTING

Composting is nature’s way of recycling. Composting biodegrades organic waste. i.e. food waste, manure, leaves, grass trimmings, paper, wood, feathers, crop residue etc. and turns it into a valuable organic fertilizer.

Composting is a natural biological process, carried out under controlled aerobic conditions. In this process, various microorganisms, including bacteria and fungi, break down organic matter into simpler substances. The effectiveness of composting process is depending upon the environmental conditions present within the composting system that is oxygen, temperature, moisture, organic matter and the size and activity of microbial populations.

A few of the many benefits of compost are:

  • Reduction in garbage volume.
  • A rich, natural fertilizer cuts back on use of chemical fertilizers.
  • Improves soil aeration and drainage.
  • Composting avoids the contamination of water bodies
  • Composting diverts food wastes from landfills

 

Objectives

  1. Advisory measures to segregate the organic waste from the collection site AIET Hostel
  2. Calculate the quantity of organic waste.
  3. Methodology to decompose the organic waste
  4. Utilization of organic waste for different purpose

 

Methodology for composting:

 

The following are some of the methodology for composting of the organic waste, further to choose the best method among these to the present study.

 

  1. Onsite
  2. Vermicomposting
  3. Aerated windrow composting
  4. Aerated static pile
  5. In-vessel composting

 

Plan:

Sl no

Date from

Date to

objective

Remark

1.

21.03.18

31.03.18

Calculate the quantity of organic waste

 

2.

02.04.18

07.04.18

Methodology to decompose the organic waste

 

3.

09.04.18

18.04.18

Utilization of organic waste for different purpose

 

 

Resource needed:

  1. Dustbins to segregate the waste.
  2. Labours.
  3. Equipment for composting the organic waste economically (budget yet to be deicide based on the methodology).
  4. Site for composting.

 

Outcomes:

  • Biogas can be generated cutting the use of LPG
  • Pollution of the water resources due to landfills can be controlled
  • Cost cutting: cost for the purchasing of manure from external sources can be reduced
  • Use of fertilizers can be reduced
  • Large volume of waste can be turned to black gold

RAIN-WATER HARVESTING

CHAPTER-1

 

1.0 INTRODUCTION 

Rain is the ultimate source of fresh water. With the ground area around houses and buildings being cemented, particularly in cities and towns, rainwater, which runs off from terraces and roofs, was draining into low-lying areas and not percolating into the soil. Thereby, precious rainwater is squandered, as it is drained  into the sea eventually.  Rain water harvesting is a system by which, the rainwater that collects on the roofs and the area around the buildings is directed into open wells through a filter tank or into a percolation chamber, built specifically for this purpose. Rainwater is collected directly or recharged into the ground to improve ground water storage. Water that is not extracted from ground during rainy days is the water saved.

 

1.1   NEED FOR RAIN-WATER HARVESTING 

Major parts of our country have been facing continuous failure of monsoon and consequent deficit of rainfall over the last few years. Also, due to ever increasing population of India, the use of ground water has increased drastically leading to constant depletion of ground water level causing the wells and tube- wells to dry up. In some places, excessive  heat waves during summer create a situation similar to drought. It is imperative to take adequate measures to meet the drinking water needs of the people in the country besides irrigation and domestic needs. Out of 8760 hours in a year, most of the rain in India falls in just 100 hours.

 

 

1.2 LOCATION DETAILS: Coordinates: 12.91010N 0030E. Altitude: 147m (482ft)

Location: Moodabidre, Mangalore-Solapure National Highway.

 

Average rain fall: 178.35inches per annum or 4530mm per annum. Temperature: 26.580C.

 

CHAPTER-2

 

2.0 VARIOUS METHODS EMPLOYED

 

Rainwater can be harvested in a variety of ways:

 

  1. Directly from roof tops and stored in
  2. Monsoon run off and water in swollen streams during the Monsoon and storing it in underground
  3. Water from flooded rivers can be stored in small

 

There are basically two models associated with Rainwater harvesting:

 

  • Urban model
  • Rural model

 

2.1 URBUN MODEL: This method mainly insists on directly harvesting water from roof tops. The schematic diagram is as follows:

In domestic Rooftop Rainwater Harvesting Systems rainwater from the house roof is collected in a storage vessel or tank for use during the periods of scarcity. Usually these systems are designed to support the drinking and cooking needs of the family at the doorstep. Such a system usually comprises a roof, a storage tank and guttering to transport the water from the roof to the storage tank. In addition, a first flush system to divert the dirty water which contains roof debris collected on the roof during non-rainy periods and a filter unit to remove debris and contaminants before water enters the storage tank are also provided.

 

  • Roof catchment
  • Gutters
  • Down pipe and first flush pipe
  • Filter unit
  • Storage tank
  • Collection pit

 

Roof Catchment: The roof of the house is used as the catchment for collecting the rainwater. Roofs made of corrugated iron sheet, asbestos sheet, tiles or concrete can be utilized as such for harvesting the rainwater. But thatched roofs are not suitable as it gives some colour to water and also the water carries pieces of roof material (such as palm leaves).

 

Gutters: Gutters are channels fixed to the edges of roof all around to collect and transport the rainwater from the roof to the storage tank. Gutters can be prepared in semi-circular and rectangular shapes as shown in figures. Locally available material such as plain galvanized iron sheet can be easily folded to required shapes to prepare semi-circular and rectangular gutters. Semi-circular gutters of PVC material can be readily prepared by cutting the PVC pipes into two equal semi-circular channels. Bamboo poles can also be used.

 

Downpipe: Down pipe is the pipe, which carries the rainwater from the gutters to the storage tank. Down pipe is joined with the gutters at one end, and the other end is connected to the filter unit of the storage tank as shown in figure below. PVC or GI pipes of diameter 50 mm to 75 mm (2 inch to 3 inch) are commonly used for down- pipe.

 

First Flush Pipe: Debris, dirt and dust collect on the roofs during non-rainy periods. When the first rains arrive, this unwanted material will be washed into the storage tank. This causes contamination of water collected in the storage tank thereby rendering it unfit for drinking and cooking purposes. Therefore, a first flush system is incorporated to dispose off the water from ‘first rain’ so that it does not enter the tank. There are two such simple systems. One is based on a simple manually operated arrangement, whereby, the down pipe is moved away from the tank inlet and replaced again once the first flush water has been disposed. In another simple and semi-automatic system, a separate vertical pipe is fixed to the down pipe with a valve provided below the “T” junction. After the first rain is washed out through first flush pipe, the valve is closed to allow the water to enter the down pipe and reach the storage tank.

 

Filter Unit: The filter unit is a container or chamber filled with filter media such as coarse sand, charcoal, coconut fibre, pebbles and gravels to remove the debris and dirt from water that enters the tank. The container is provided with a perforated bottom to allow the passage of water. The filter unit is placed over the storage tank. Commonly

 

used filters are of two types. One is a Ferro-cement filter unit, which is comparatively heavy and the other is made of either aluminium or plastic bucket. The latter is readily available in market and has the advantage of ease in removing, cleaning and replacing. Another simple way of filtering the debris and dust particles that came from the roof along with rainwater is to use a fine cloth as filter media. The cloth, in 2 or 3 layers, can be tied to the top of a bucket or vessel with perforations at the bottom.

 

Storage Tank: Storage tank is used to store the water that is collected from the Rooftops. Common vessels used for small scale water storage are plastic bowls, buckets, jerry cans, clay or ceramic jars, cement jars, old oil drums etc. For storing larger quantities of water the system will usually require a bigger tank with sufficient strength and durability.

 

There are unlimited number of options for the construction of these tanks with respect to the shape (cylindrical, rectangular and square), the size (Capacity from 1,000 lt. to 15,000 lt. or even higher) and the material of construction (brickwork, stonework, cement bricks, Ferrocement, plain cement concrete and reinforced cement concrete). For domestic water needs, taking the economy and durability of tanks into consideration, Ferrocement tanks of cylindrical shape in capacities ranging between 4,000 lt. and 15,000 lt. are most suitable. Plain cement concrete and reinforced cement concrete are used for tank capacities usually more than 50,000 lt. Brick, stone, cement brick may be used for capacities ranging between 15,000 lt. to 50,000 lt.

 

The Ferrocement tanks are usually constructed above ground level because of the following advantages:

  • Ease in finding structural problems/leaks,
  • Easy to maintain and clean and
  • Easy to draw

 

It is difficult to detect the leaks and take corrective measures in case of underground tanks. Water from underground tanks cannot be drawn by gravity. Some kind of manual or power lifting devices need to be used for drawing the water. Further, in coastal areas, underground tanks are prone to water contamination due to fluctuation in groundwater table and leakage of stored water.

 

The storage tank is provided with a cover on the top to avoid the contamination of water from external sources. The cover will be in dome shape having a raise of about 20-30 cm. in the middle. The dome is provided with two circular openings, one for manhole and another for accommodating the filter. A lid covers the manhole avoiding exposure of stored water to the outside environment. The storage tank is provided with pipe fixtures at appropriate places to draw the water, to clean the tank and to dispose of the excess water. They are named tap or outlet, drainpipe and over flow pipe respectively. PVC or GI pipes of diameter 20 mm to 25 mm (¾ inch to 1 inch) are generally used for this purpose.

 

Collection Pit: A small pit is dug in the ground, beneath the tap of the storage tank and constructed in brick masonry to make a chamber, so that a vessel could be conveniently placed beneath the tap for collecting water from the storage tank. A small hole is left at the bottom of the chamber, to allow the excess water to drain-out without stagnation. Size of collection pit shall be 60 cm x 60 cm x 60 cm.

 

 

2.2 RURAL MODEL: It is quite similar to urban model but has few more methods used to store water either for agricultural purpose or for domestic use. In rural areas, houses have usually inclined roof made up of asbestos sheets, bricks or cemented sheets. Thus water from the roof comes to the edges easily and is collected using channels fitted and is brought to storage tank through PVC pipes. The storage tank is made up of Ferrocement. Cloth is the material used as filter to clean out the water from the roof. This type of tank stores enough water for drinking needs of a five member family for a

 

2.3 EXPECTED BENEFITS:

  1. Prevents water wastage by arresting run
  2. Prevents soil erosion and mitigates
  3. Sustains and safeguards existing water table through
  4. Increases water availability and improves water
  5. Arrests sea-water intrusion and prevents salination of ground

 

2.4 COLLECTION OF RAINWATER: Calculation of mean annual rainfall:

Year

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

2014

2015

Avg rainfall

(mm)

 

3868

 

4710

 

4262.3

 

3628

 

4383.5

 

4607.2

 

5250.8

 

3797.3

 

5471.9

 

3959.4

 

1018.8

 

Average rain fall is determined by using Athematic average method,

 

Pavg=∑P/N

 

Where, P-Precipitation or Rain fall per annum N-Number of years

Pavg= (P1+P2+…+Pn)/N

 

= (3868+4710+4262.3+3628+4383.5+4067.2+5250.8+3797.3+5471.9+3959.4+1018.8)/10

 

= 4393.86mm

 

Catchment area:

 

Building

Area (m2)

Kumaradhara Block-A Hostel

1130

Kumaradhara Block-B Hostel

450

Kumaradhara Block-C and D Hostel

2280

Civil and Mech Block AIET

1750

Main Block AIET

2220

MBA Block AIET

560

Total Area

8390

 

Assuming Run-off coefficient = 0.12 (for Forest area)

 

Mean Rain water Quantity = Mean annual rain fall X Catchment area X Runoff coefficient

 

= 4.39386 X 8390 X 0.12

 

= 4423.74 m3

2019-20
2018-19
2017-18
2016-17
2019-20
BOOT CAMP REPORT 2019-20

Day 1

Day 1

Date

Student

Attended

Topic

18 July 2019

78

Land Use/Cover Study

 

Hands on RS & GIS

Time

Session by

Time

Session by

9 to 1 pm

Dr. Gangadhar Bhat H

2 to 5 pm

Mr. Shivaprasad K R

 

Photographs:

 

Inauguration of the session (L – Dr. H A Hebbar – Dr. Gangadhar Bhatt – Mr. Shivaprasad K R)

Dr. H. Gangadhar Bhat Professor, Department of Marine Geology has delivered a technical talk on Land use and land cover using remote sensing and GIS techniques. He has given the detailed account of basics of remote sensing and GIS. Then he has given some case studies of Mangalore region.

 

Mr. Shivaprasad has given the hands on training using Geographical Information System (GIS) for resource mapping and urban planning.

 

 

Fig. Felicitation of Dr. Gangadhar Bhatt

 

 

 

Fig. Felicitation of Mr. Shivaprasad K R

 

Day 2

Day 2

Date

19 July 2019

Time

Session by

9 to 5 pm

Mr. Haris

Student Count

Topic

78

Technical Skill Enhancement Training

 

Photographs:

 

Mr. Haris SANRIA Engineering Mysore, delivered a talk on Placement Orientation, he has taught how the behavior of a newly graduate should be so that people in the company will make a comfortable zone for teaching the work and cope with the people in the company. How to lead the team as a newly graduate, an activity related to communication was taught how we can work without any word or using hand signs.

Day 3

Day 3

Date

20 July 2019

Time

Session by

9 to 12 pm

Mr. Haris

12.30 to 6 pm

Dr. T V Ramachandra

Student Count

Topic

78

Technical Skill Enhancement Training

 

Geo spatial Applications

 

Photographs (Afternoon session):

 

 

Dr. T V Ramachandra Scientist, EWG IISc Bangalore has given a technical talk on Introduction to GIS and use of Geospatial data for natural resources Management. Using GIS as a tool how an Engineer can do analysis and to find a solution for a particular problems.

 

Day 4

Day 4

Date

21 July 2019

Time

Session by

9 to 5 pm

Mr. Ramani

Student Count

Topic

 

Technical Skills

 

Group discussion, body language, demo of interview, perspective of a HR & communication.

Day 5-9

Day 5 – 9

Date

22 to 25 July 2019

Time

Session by

9 to 5 pm

FACE TEAM

Student Count

Topic

 

Aptitude

 

 

 

Day 10

Day 10

Date

26 July 2019

Time

Session by

9 to 1 pm

Dr. H Ajith Hebbar

2 to 5 pm

Mr. Prakash Nayak

Student Count

Topic

78

Job Opportunities abroad for Civil Engineer’s & Tips to Final year Project work/Seminar

 

Preparation for UPSC Civil Service Exams

 

Photographs (Afternoon session):

 

 

Mr. Prakash Nayak, Shankara IAS Academy Bengaluru delivered a talk on preparation for Competitive Examinations, similarity between the preparation for an Engineering graduation examinations and UPSC exams, how to prepare daily basis for civil services, reading a newspaper, interlinking of policies to frame, benefits gained by a civil service employee.

 

Day 11

 

Day 11

Date

27 July 2019

Time

Session by

9 to 5 pm

Institutional level speaker

Student Count

Topic

 

GD/Communication/Resume

 

 

 

 

Day 12


Day 12

Date

28 July 2019

Time

Session by

9 to 5 pm

Mr. Govind Ramesh

Student Count

Topic

78

Welding technology for roof structures & gazebo demo / Israel Agriculture Technologies

 

Photographs:

 

Mr. Govind Ramesh CEO Agrima roof and Facades, Bangalore has delivered a technical talk on Welding Technology for roof structures and Gazebo demo/ Israel Agricultural Technologies. Skills required for a structural Engineer, trending of bridge construction, trends in roof construction, video shown on making of a gazebo roof.

Day 13

Day 13

Date

29 July 2019

Time

Session by

9 to 1 pm

Mr. Janardhan

2 to 5 pm

Prof. Surendra P

Student Count

Topic

 

Building PMC with Estimate

Analysis & Design of Multistorey buildings

 

Photographs:

 

Mr. Janardhan Kumar Technical Trainer Infinity PMC Pvt., Ltd., Bengaluru delivered  a technical talk on “PMC and Building Estimate”. Brief summary about construction management using cost-x software and demo was given for a project. 

Day 14-15

Day 14 – 15

Date

30 to 31 July 2019

Time

Session by

9 to 5 pm

FACE TEAM

Student Count

Topic

 

Aptitude

 

Day 16

Day 16

Date

01 Aug 2019

Time

Session by

9 to 1 pm

Prof. Ramesh Rao B

2 to 5 pm

Prof. Arun Kumar G S

Student Count

Topic

 

Hands on Total station and DGPS

 

SOM – Shuttering Works

 

 

 

 

Day 17

Day 17

Date

02 Aug 2019

Time

Session by

9 to 5 pm

Mr. & Mrs. Prathima manjunath Reddy

Student Count

Topic

 

Hands on Google Sketch-up

 

Photographs:

 

Mr. Manjunath Reddy Sai CADD Bangalore give software training in “Sketchup Software”. Hand on using sketchup software and building the elevations, 3d models and so on.

 

Day 18

Day 18

Date

03 Aug 2019

Time

Session by

9 to 5 pm

Mr. Elangovan

Student Count

Topic

 

Hands on MX Road

 

Photographs:

 

Mr. Elangovan, CADD Centre Chennai has given hands on training on Road estimator/Road. Hands on using MX Road software for a basic level data assuming the straight alignment.

Day 19

Day 19

Date

04 Aug 2019

Time

Session by

9 to 5 pm

Mr. Veerendra Kumar

Student Count

Topic

 

Hands on Civil ANSYS

Photographs:

 

Mr. Veerendra Kumar Senior Instructor has given the hands on training on CIVIL ANSYS SOFTWARE. Building beams, frames and analysis done using the software.

Day 20

Day 20

Date

05 Aug 2019

Time

Session by

9 to 5 pm

Mr. Sathish Kumar

Student Count

Topic

 

Hands on Revit MEP

 

Photographs:

 

Mr. Srinivas CADD Centre Chennai has given hands on training on MEP-Revit. Hands on given using MEP Revit how to place the AC ducts & PVC Pipes. Calculation of air flow and electrical losses.

 

Day 21

Day 21

Date

06 Aug 2019

Time

Session by

9 to 5 pm

Mr. Pradeep Hebbar

Student Count

Topic

 

Industrial Steel Structures: Case Studies & Usage of IS 875 (Part 3)

Photographs:

 

Mr. Pradeep Hebbar, Bangalore has given a technical talk on “Industrial structures and usage of IS-875 code book” for the construction of steel structures. Designing a crane and wind loads acting on the steel sheets.

Day 22

Day 22

Date

07 Aug 2019

Time

Session by

9 to 1 pm

Ms. Vanishree

2 to 5 pm

Mr. Madhu

Student Count

Topic

 

Waste Management

 

Role of Civil Engineers in city waste management

 

Photographs:

     

 

 

Ms. Vanishree B.R MCC Adhi Group, Anti Pollution Drive Foundation Mangaluru, has given a technical talk on “Waste Management”. How to reduce the waste generation, effectively recycling it and how to manage the waste within a house, awareness to be given to the public by the students not to mismanage it, an activity for awareness as well as group discussion was taught to the students.

Mr. Madhu, Environmental Officer, Mangalore city corporation, Mangaluru

Mr. Madhu, Environmental Officer, Mangalore City Corporation Mangaluru, has given a technical talk on “Role of Civil Engineers in City waste Management”. The speaker was dealing with the students regarding the case studies of the nearby location suddenly because of bad weather conditions and landslides the government higher officials called him so he went in the middle and rest of the session was motivated by Mr. Vivek Alva.

Day 23

Day 23

Date

08 Aug 2019

Time

Session by

9 to 1 pm

Prof. Sanjay S

2 to 5 pm

Dr. Bhojaraja

Student Count

Topic

 

EIA – A case study

 

Hyper GIS

 

Photographs:

 

The speaker taught on the hyper GIS, google earth, extracting the field data such as area, point, polygons and coordinate locations. Geo-mapping and reference was also taught.

Day 24


Day 24

Date

09 Aug 2019

Time

Session by

9 to 5 pm

Dr. Sathyanarayan

Student Count

Topic

 

Project  Proposal & Journal paper writing

 

Photographs:

 

Dr. Satyanarayan, Senior Associate Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering AIET, Moodbidri, has given a technical talk on “Project Proposal and Journal Paper writing”.

Day 25

Day 25

Date

10 Aug 2019

Time

Session by

9 to 5 pm

Dr. Raghavendra Holla

Student Count

Topic

 

VAASTU-Civil Engineering

Photographs:

 

Mr. Raghavendra Holla, Assistant Professor, Department of Civil Engineering MIT, Manipal, has given a technical talk on “VAASTU-Civil Engineering

Day 26-27

Day 26 – 27

Date

11 – 12 Aug 2019

Time

Session by

9 to 5 pm

Mr. Manjunath Reddy

Student Count

Topic

 

Hands on 3D’s Max

 

Photographs:

 

Mr. Manjunath Reddy Sai CADD Bangalore give software training in “3D Max”.

 

Day 28

Day 28

Date

13 Aug 2019

Time

Session by

9 to 1 pm

Prof. Sindhu Rashmi

2 to 5 pm

Prof. Shankargiri K S

Student Count

Topic

 

Hands on Etabs

 

Pavement construction maintenance & new technologies in construction practices

Day 30

Day 30

Date

16 Aug 2019

Time

Session by

9 to 11 pm

Dr. H G Umeshchandra

11 to 1 pm

Prof. Santhosh K

2 to 3.30 pm

Er. Raviprasad Upadyaya

3.45 to 5 pm

Prof. Swathi

Student Count

Topic

 

Ground water exploration by using electrical resistivity method

 

Mix design of Self Compacting Concrete

 

Tendering, Contracts management & need of IBBI Exam for Valuators.

 

Miniature Modeling

 

Photographs (Er. Raviprasad Upadyaya):

 

 

 

Er. Raviprasad Upadhyaya Consulting Civil Engineer, Moodbidri, has given a technical talk on “Tendering, contracts management and need of IBBI exam for valuation”.

 

Day 31-32

Day 31 – 32

Date

15 – 16 Aug 2019

Time

Session by

9 to 5 pm

FACE TEAM

Student Count

Topic

 

Aptitude

 

Day 33

Day 33

Date

17 Aug 2019

Time

Session by

9 to 5 pm

Mr. Yadupathi

Student Count

Topic

 

Hands on Plotting L-Section, C-Section, contours and Auto CADD Plotters

 

Photographs:

 

Mr. Yadupati, E-Survey, Bengaluru, has given hands on training on “Excel CADD”.

Day 33

Day 33

Date

18 Aug 2019

Time

Session by

9 to 5 pm

Mr. Ganesh Kumar &

Mr. Suraj Kumar

Student Count

Topic

 

Bar Bending, Masonry &

Shuttering works

 

Photographs:

 

Mason Sooraj & Ganesh, has given practical training on “Bar bending, masonry work and shuttering works”.

2018-19
PRE-PLACEMENT TRAINING PROGRAMME 2018-19

11/07/2018

DATE 11/07/2018 TIMINGS 9:00am-11:00am
EVENT/COURSE Orientation by  Mr. Vivek Alva, Managing Trustee, AEF
Brief orientation for the entire pre-placement training program, including the requirement and purpose of the training was provided by Mr. Vivek Alva followed by HOD, Prof. H AjithHebbar.

 

DATE 11/07/2018 TIMINGS 11:15am-5:00pm
EVENT/COURSE Leadership, Teamwork, Stress Management And Public Speaking
FACULTY/TRAINER Mr. Dawn Prakash

The session was about building leadership quality and team work, how to manage the stress in daily life and building confidence during public speaking. Various key points were provided in order to build the above qualities in each individual. The session was very interactive including various live activities and examples which made it easier for the better understanding.

The key points to be noted while preparing a resume was briefly explained too.

12/07/2018

DATE 12/07/2018 TIMINGS 9:00am-5:00pm
EVENT/COURSE Quantitative Aptitude
FACULTY/TRAINER Mr. Abhilash
In the session we were taught with various simplified methods to solve the quantitative aptitude problems in lesser time. Various shortcuts were taught, along with various practice ideas. Techniques for simplifying squares and cubes of various complex numbers, simplifying various complex equations and ratio and proportion problems.

13/07/2018

DATE 13/07/2018 TIMINGS 9:00am-5:00pm
EVENT/COURSE QGIS Software Training
FACULTY/TRAINER Dr. JagadeeshaPai, MIT, Manipal
The session included brief introduction regarding the concepts of remote sensing and GIS. It included all the introduction towards the components of remote sensing and GIS. The concepts included viewing, editing, identifying, analysis of geospatial DATE. Then the QGIS software was introduced. The basics of the software was demonstrated followed by a practice session where we were able to add several DATE related to particular region. The maps for particular region highlighting the particular features were plotted. By the end of session everyone had a basic knowledge how to use the software.

14/07/2018

DATE 14/07/2018 TIMINGS 9:00am-5:00pm
EVENT/COURSE Resume Writing, Self-Introduction and Psychological tips
FACULTY/TRAINER Mr. RamaniVenkat

He provided explained us how to build a resume, what and all are the points to be included in the resume, and provided with a format for resume making. Then he guided us in building the self-introduction by letting us discover our strengths and weakness. Various tips were provided regarding the body language and dress code to be maintained during the interview.

The afternoon session included introduction to group discussions, and provided key points and various topics of GDs. Finally, the session ended with successfully with various sets of GDs.

15/07/2018

DATE 15/07/2018 TIMINGS 9:00am-5:00pm
EVENT/COURSE STAAD-Pro
FACULTY/TRAINER Mr. HCM Swamy , Mr. Arun Kumar G S
The session involved demonstration on load calculation for various structures. And then provided with basic concepts regarding the STAAD-Pro software. The concept of merging Auto-CAED along with STAAD-Pro software. Then in the afternoon session there was a practical session regarding plotting curved structures. The entire day was a practice session including both the softwares.

16/07/2018

DATE 16/07/2018 TIMINGS 9:00am-5:00pm
EVENT/COURSE Google Sketch-up pro
FACULTY/TRAINER SAI CAD, Bangalore
In Google sketch-up we learnt to do 2D and 3D modelling including dimensions, patterns, 2D and 3D text, materials, colour, electrical and interior details etc. The session initially included demonstration by trainers of using various tools and options were introduced. Afternoon session included practice sessions in which we prepared our own imaginary plans using the software. They encouraged us to explore the software, and create our own imaginations.

17/07/2018

DATE 17/07/2018 TIMINGS 9:00am-5:00pm
EVENT/COURSE Miniature 3D Modelling
FACULTY/TRAINER SAI CAD, Bangalore
We were introduced to various materials used for preparing miniature models. They demonstrated various techniques for construction for models. Then we were provided with plans for various structures like bridges, residential buildings, towers, metro stations, farms, pool etc. We created our models with great involvement, exploring the teamwork skills while working in groups. It was certified course. Toward end the session ended with appraisal from vivek sir, HOD and the trainers from Sai CAED, along with distribution of certificates.

18/07/2018

DATE 18/07/2018 TIMINGS 9:00am-1:30pm
EVENT/COURSE How to shape final year Civil Engineering Projects
FACULTY/TRAINER Prof. H AjithHebbar
He provided us with useful knowledge regarding the selection of topics for the final year project. He gave brief description about various fields of civil engineering, focusing on the scopes. He explained the preparation of literature review, synopsis and report. And also knowledge was provided regarding the screening, project objectives, guide-student relations, project work documentations and components to be included in the report.

 

DATE 18/07/2018 TIMINGS 11:30am-1:30pm
EVENT/COURSE Environmental Engineering- An Overview
FACULTY/TRAINER Prof. Sanjay S
Brief introduction was given on various streams of environmental engineering and its scopes. Detailed explanation was provided regarding each of the streams such as Environmental Health and safety, restoration of water bodies, environmental audits, solid waste management, bio medical waste, water supply treatment etc. The session helped in realizing the various job opportunities and its importance in the field.

19/07/2018

DATE 19/07/2018 TIMINGS 9:00am-1:30pm
EVENT/COURSE Quantitative aptitude
FACULTY/TRAINER Mr. Abhilash

Revision regarding the previous session was conducted. Later the problems were solved on topics like ages, percentages, time and distance, time and work etc.

Various problems were solved on the above topics.

 

DATE 19/07/2018 TIMINGS 2:30pm-5:30pm
EVENT/COURSE Fluid Mechanics
FACULTY/TRAINER Prof. H AjithHebbar
The basics of fluid mechanics subject were recollected. It included basic classification of fluid mechanics, fluid properties, pressure devices, principles used in fluid mechanics and applications of concepts of fluid mechanics in practical field.

20/07/2018

DATE 20/07/2018 TIMINGS 9:00am-5:00pm
EVENT/COURSE Center Line Marking for Buildings
FACULTY/TRAINER Prof. Arun Shetty, NITTE
Initially he explained the various unit systems adopted in the field and also the conversions. Then using the Auto-CAD software, he explained the marking of the center line and excavation details in the plan. Then he demonstrated the center line marking of building practically. Later in the afternoon session it was a practice session for us.

21/07/2018

DATE 21/07/2018 TIMINGS 9:00am-5:00pm
EVENT/COURSE Building Codes and Practices
FACULTY/TRAINER Dr. PoornachandraPandit, MIT Manipal
He explained in detail the building code concepts and services. It include development control rules, general building requirements, fire and safety, loads, forces, effects on buildings, earthquake resistance, lighting, ventilations, water supply, drainage and sanitation.

23/07/2018

DATE 23/07/2018 TIMINGS 9:00am-5:00pm
EVENT/COURSE Concrete Technology, internship and Industrial Training
FACULTY/TRAINER Prof. HCM Swamy
The session included a brief introduction about concrete technology and its development in the present field. Information regarding the basics of making concrete like difference between good and bad concrete, its required properties, types of concrete, mix designs etc. was covered. In the later session we were introduced to various major industries like paper mill etc. The aspects to be considered while designing these heavy load carrying structures was explained in detail along with pictorial examples. The various internship opportunities in these fields was introduced and advised.

24/07/2018

DATE 24/07/2018 TIMINGS 9:00am-11:30am
EVENT/COURSE Hydraulic Structures
FACULTY/TRAINER Prof. Arun Kumar G S
The session was regarding the various hydraulic structures such as storage structures, conveyance structures, flow control structures, etc. Few of the hydraulic structures was explained in detail along with its design, construction, operation etc.

 

DATE 24/07/2018 TIMINGS 11:30am-1:30pm
EVENT/COURSE Highway Engineering
FACULTY/TRAINER Prof. Shankargiri K S
The session included briefing through the concepts of highway engineering. It included components of pavement, construction steps to be followed, materials used, selection of materials based on region or use, general requirements and quality control checks.

25/07/2018-27/07/2018

DATE 25/07/2018-27/07/2018 TIMINGS 9:00am-5:00pm
EVENT/COURSE REVIT MEP Software, HVAC
FACULTY/TRAINER CADD Center, Moodbidri
He provided us with useful knowledge regarding the selection of topics for the final year project. He gave brief description about various fields of civil engineering, focusing on the scopes. He explained the preparation of literature review, synopsis and report. And also knowledge was provided regarding the screening, project objectives, guide-student relations, project work documentations and components to be included in the report.

28/07/2018

DATE 28/07/2018 TIMINGS 9:00am-1:30pm
EVENT/COURSE Auto-CAD and Manual Drawing
FACULTY/TRAINER Mr. Surendra P, Mr. Santhosh K, Ms. Rashmi, Ms. Swathi
Introduction towards the manual drawings. The various scales and scale conversions were taught. Then a practice plan was provided to be drawn to scale in a drawing sheet. Proper guidance regarding the door, window dimensions were provided.

 

DATE 28/07/2018 TIMINGS 2:30pm-4:30pm
EVENT/COURSE Highway Engineering
FACULTY/TRAINER Mr. Shankargiri K S
The session was a continuation towards the previous session. It included the remaining concepts such as requirements of highway pavement, failures of flexible and rigid pavement, defects in pavements etc. The causes for various failures and defects were briefed along with the repair techniques to be adopted. Even the prevention techniques were covered.

30/07/2018-31/07/2018

DATE 30/07/2018-31/07/2018 TIMINGS 9:00am-4:30pm
EVENT/COURSE Mock Interview
FACULTY/TRAINER Mr. Govind Ramesh, CEO, Agrima Roof and Façade system
The session helps in understanding the various treats that may be faced during interview which helped in betterment. The session was in total providing knowledge for communication, resume making, creativity, references, aptitude, knowledge stack, etc. and explained the successful interview stories that was meant for inspiration. The next day was allotted for panel interview. Each of us were split into various groups, and we were let in for interview in groups. Based on our performances we were judged and our flaws and strengths were examined.

03/08/2018-09-08-2018

DATE 03/08/2018-09/08/2018 TIMINGS 9:15am-4:30pm
EVENT/COURSE Aptitude training
FACULTY/TRAINER FACE
FACE Academy provides skill development and placement trainings that help us to shape our careers. This training helped in bringing student skills closer to industry needs. The training included the verbal and logical aptitude. They covered various topics included in verbal and logical aptitude with proper examples and practice. The proper reference handbooks were provided in which various example problems for students understanding. Various company oriented problems and their solutions were taught. Speed math concept was introduced which helped in conserving the exam time.

13/08/2018-14/08/2018

DATE 13/08/2018-14/08/2018 TIMINGS 9:00am-6:30pm
EVENT/COURSE Infiniqe
FACULTY/TRAINER Mr. AmeetKatyal and Ms. Padhmashree

The session provided explanationregarding building a resume, what and all are the points to be included in the resume, and provided with a format for resume making. Then they guided us in building the self-introduction by letting us discover our strengths and weakness. Various tips were provided regarding the body language and dress code to be maintained during the interview. Various interactive and fun activities were conducted.

The next day session included introduction to group discussions, and provided key points and various topics of GDs.They conducted the group discussions by forming groups. Several rounds were conducted and the best ones were awarded. The students were properly guided and judged and their flaws were corrected accordingly.

2017-18

Pre-placement training was organized for final year students which focused on current industry concepts as well as training for placement. Pre placement training focused on over all development of candidate in order to prepare for various placement drives. The pre placement training emphasized the following aspects.

Aptitude Training

Genesis Carrier Avenue, Bangalore helped the students to understand the aptitude topics such as number systems, percentage, perfect loss problems, preposition, problems on time and work, speed time and distance, probability, direction problems, questions related to blood relations, permutation and combination, simple equation. More than sufficient questions where solved in the class. They also gave useful tips to answer the group discussion and interview rounds. This training was conducted from 01/08/2017 to 12/08/2017.

 

 

CYPE Software training

CYPE Software training was conducted for civil students from 13/08/2017 to 14/08/2017 by Mr. Amarnath, FE Designs, Bangalore. The two days training started with Mr. Amarnath S N from FE design and his team (4 members) who gave demonstration about the CYPECAD software & explained the analysis design, estimation, drafting of RC rebar in a typical four floor residential complex unit. He also explained about the advanced user capabilities of CYPECAD over other commercial software available in the market. In this training Mr. Amarnath S N and his team gave training to the students on computer. Which covers following topics like Creation of Building model using Co-ordinate system, Creation of Model using Cad Drawing at the back ground, Design of Structure, Detailing of Structure using Editor.

Total Station hands on training

Total Station hands on training session was conducted by our department in-house faculties. Mr Ramesh Rao B, Mr. Sanjay S & Mr. Santhosh K given demonstration and practical applications/training to students on 16/08/2017.

STAAD PRO software training

STAAD PRO software training session was conducted by our department in-house faculties. Mr. Arunkumar G S, Mr. Surendra P & Mr. Santhosh K given demonstration and training to students on 17/08/2017 & 18/08/2017.

 

Architectural design concepts

Architectural design concepts session was conducted by Prof. Raghavendra Holla, from MIT, Manipal on 19/08/2017. Architectural concepts are the designer’s way of responding to the design situation presented to them. They are a means of translating the non-physical design problem into the physical building product.

 

AUTO CAD software training

AUTO CAD software training was conducted by our department in-house faculties. Mr. Surendra P & Mr. Santhosh K, M. Rashmi & Ms Akshatha S P has given demonstration and training to students on 21/08/2017 & 22/08/2017.

 

 

2016-17

Pre-placement training was organized for final year students which focused on current industry concepts as well as training for placement. Pre placement training focused on over all development of candidate in order to prepare for various placement drives. The pre placement training emphasized the following aspects.

Drafting Software– 3Ds Max

The hands-on training session of 3Ds Max software was held for final year students of Civil engineering branch from 01/08/2016 to 03/08/2016. Experts from CADD Center, Moodbidri trained our students with interest & the models were also created by our students in a short duration of time. The Autodesk 3D Max software gives an in detailed 3D modeling, rendering, and animation and compositing solutions for various enterprises. Autodesk’s 3DS Max is commonly utilized by civil engineers and architects for a 3D perception of their designs.

ArcGIS software training

ArcGIS software training session was conducted by Dr. Gangadhar Bhat a well-known Geologist from Mangaluru University from 04/08/2016 to 06/08/2016. He has explained various different concepts to use the software & its importance in the field to create maps. Arc GIS is used for creating and using maps, compiling geographic data, analyzing mapped information, sharing and discovering geographic information, using maps and geographic information in a range of applications, and managing geographic information in a database. This training helped our students to create maps to utilize it for their project works.

 

Reinforcement Checking

Reinforcement Checking & bar bending schedule/detailing session was conducted by Prof Arun Shetty from NRAM Polytechnic Nitte on 07/08/2016. Detailing is very important not only for the proper execution of the structures but for the safety of the structures. Detailing is necessary not only for the steel structures but also for the RCC members as it is the translation of all the mathematical expression’s and equation’s results.

 

Bar Bending Schedule, commonly referred to as “BBS” is a comprehensive list that describes the location, mark, type, size, length and number, and bending details of each bar or fabric in a Reinforcement Drawing of a Structure. The training was given based on the parameters/construction practices which are carried out in the field, to prepare the shape of bars, marking, bending, curtailment etc.

Practical applications of Environmental Engineering

Practical applications of Environmental Engineering session was done by Dr. S Shrihari from NITK Surathkal on 08/08/2016. He has given a detailed keynote on solutions for waste water management, water and air pollution control, recycling, waste disposal, and public health. Protect human health, protect nature’s beneficial ecosystems, and improve environmental-related enhancement of the quality of human life.

Surveying Practice using Total Station

The session was conducted by Mr. Jayashankar from Leica Instruments, Chennai on 09/08/2016. He has addressed the students and given hands-on session to operate the total station & to know its basic functions & field measurement determination.

This instrument is provided with an inbuilt microprocessor. The microprocessor averages multiple observations. With the help of slope distance and vertical and horizontal angles measured, when height of axis of instrument and targets are supplied, the microprocessor computes the horizontal distance and X, Y, Z coordinates.

Building Code & Practices

Building Code & Practices session was held on 10/08/2016 by Dr. Poornachandra Pandit from Manipal Institute of Technology, Manipal. The main purpose of building codes are to protect public health, safety and general welfare as they relate to the construction and occupancy of buildings and structures. The building code becomes law of a particular jurisdiction when formally enacted by the appropriate governmental or private authority. It is very important for the civil engineering students to know its importance while dealing with the public.

Modern construction equipment in civil engineering

Modern construction equipment in civil engineering session is carried on 11/08/2016 by Mr. Ujjwal D’souza from Marian Constructions, Mangalore. Modern construction equipment in civil engineering is one of the most important field in civil engineering. Each & every day the number of construction is increasing & new construction technology is coming up so it is very important for the civil engineers to upgrade their knowledge in this field to become superior & to achieve excellence in this field.

There are several equipment that is been used in the Construction Industry. These are used for both large and small scale purposes. Various types of Equipment are been used for Building & structural Construction, Road construction, underwater and other marine construction work Power projects etc. There are various operations that are involved in construction projects, whether it’s a large scale or a small scale; Excavation and digging of large quantities of earth, Placement of construction materials (eg:-Bricks, concrete) Compacting and leveling, Dozing, Grading, Hauling etc…

REVIT Software certification course

Department of Civil Engineering organized 3 days Revit Software Certification course for all 6th semester students from 27th April to 29th April 2019 from 9AM to 5PM by SAI CADD CENTRE, Manjunath Reddy Proprietor, Bangalore accompanied by their team.

2018-19
2017-18
2016-17
2015-16
2018-19

FINAL YEAR PROJECT WORK WINNERS: 2018 – 19

 

The following project works are selected for the first and second places during Project Work Evaluation

PROJECT TITLE

PROJECT GUIDE

PROJECT STUDENTS

PLACE

USN

NAME

GEOTECHNICAL INVESTIGATION BETWEEEN MINING AREA AND MINING FREE AREA

Prof. SNEHA  PALLED

4AL15CV091

SAYABANNA

FIRST

4AL15CV082

SACHIN

4AL15CV094

SHARANU

4AL15CV098

SHREEKANTHA P

TRAFFIC STUDIES AND DESIGN OF PARKING AREA & TRAFFIC SIGNAL FOR MOODBIDRI TOWN

Prof. SHANKARGIRI K S

 

4AL16CV400

ABHISHEK K R

SECOND

4AL16CV401

AKSHAY BN

4AL16CV405

DARSHAN M

4AL16CV402                

ANANDARAU

 

2017-18

FINAL YEAR PROJECT WORK WINNERS: 2017 – 18

 

The following project works are selected for the first and second places during Project Work Evaluation on 10/05/2018

PROJECT TITLE

PROJECT GUIDE

PROJECT STUDENTS

PLACE

USN

NAME

TREATMENT OF BREWERY WASTEWATER USING ADVANCED ELECTRO-COAGULATION TECHNIQUE EMPLOYING ALUMINIUM ELECTRODES IN BIPOLAR CONNECTION.

Prof. SANJAY S

4AL15CV406

NALINA M E

 

FIRST

4AL14CV093

SOWMYASHREE D

 

4AL14CV098

SUHAIB ALI

A COMPARATIVE STUDY ON REMOVAL OF TURBIDITY FROM DAIRY WASTEWATER

 USING LOW COST NATURAL COAGULANTS

Prof. Ashwini Nayak

4AL14CV069

RAGHU M

SECOND

4AL14CV070

RAHUL M R

4AL14CV076

RATAN L J

4AL15CV400

AKSHAY KUMAR

 

2016-17

FINAL YEAR PROJECT WORK WINNERS: 2016 – 17

 

The following project works are selected for the first and second places during Project Work Evaluation on Tuesday, 09/05/2017

PROJECT TITLE

PROJECT GUIDE

PROJECT STUDENTS

PLACE

USN

NAME

ODOUR CONTROL AND WATER QUALITY ANALYSIS NEAR  VAMANJOOR DUMPING YARD

Prof. Manjunath H. S.

4AL13CV104

VARSHA G KORI

FIRST

4AL13CV128

SAVITRI PATIL

4AL14CV413

MANJUNATH P

4AL14CV424

SHRAVAN KUMAR

BLACKSPOT DETERMINATION FOR NH 169 BETWEEN MOODBIDRI AND MIJAR

Prof. Adithy Tantry

4AL14CV404

HARISH C ITAGI

SECOND

4AL14CV412

MANJUNATH G

4AL14CV418

RAVIKIRAN S

4AL14CV419

SALIMPASHA

 

2015-16

FINAL YEAR PROJECT WORK WINNERS: 2015 – 16

 

The following project works are selected for the first and second places during Project Work Evaluation on 02/05/2016

PROJECT TITLE

PROJECT GUIDE

PROJECT STUDENTS

PLACE

USN

NAME

DEVELOPMENT AND FABRICATION OF DUAL CHAMBERED AEROBIC FUEL CELL TO TREAT BREWERY SPENT WASH   AND SIMULTANEOUS BIO-ELECTRICITY GENERATION-A FEASIBILITY STUDY.

 

Prof. Sanjay S

4AL12CV021

DEEKSHITH K  SHETTY

FIRST

4AL12CV022

DEVISHA D SHETTY

4AL12CV031

KARISHMA KIRAN P

4AL12CV036

LAKSHMI TULASI CH

EXPERIMENTAL STUDY ON IRON ORE TAILINGS AS ALTERNATIVE MATERIAL FOR MAKING STABILIZED ADOBES.

 

Prof. Raksha K

4AL12CV062

PUNEETH KUMAR M

SECOND

4AL12CV067

ROJIT THOMAS

4AL12CV070

SANDEEP K C

4AL12CV082

THUSHARA JOSE

 

2018-19

Sl

No

USN Name of the Student Duration Days Organization
1 4AL15CV069 PRASANNA KUMAR 23/01/2019 – 23/02/2019 30 NTPC, KUDAGI, VIJAYAPUR

 

2 4AL16CV411 L.B.S.NAGARAJ NAIK
3 4AL16CV0407 IRANNA MUDUR
4 4AL15CV049 MAHAMMAD RASOOL AWATI
5 4AL16CV402 ANANDRAMU
6 4al15CV016 ANUSHREE K P 12/01/2019 – 12/02/2019 30 MAHABALA CONSTRUCTIONS,
MANGALURU
7 4AL15CV041 KAREGOWDA K M
8 4AL15CV050 MAHESH K N
9 4AL14CV111 VARSHA B M
10 4AL15CV109 ANISHA V
11 4AL15CV042 KARTHIK N S  

 

12/01/2019 – 12/02/2019

 

 

30

SOUTHERN RAILWAYS, MANGALURU

 

 

12 4AL14CV013 SEEMA SIDDAPA
13 4AL14CV112 RAGHAVENDRA G R
14 4AL14CV050 MOHAMMED SHERIEF
15 4AL14CV045 M D KEERTHI
16 4AL15CV079 RASHMITHA G R 07/01/2019 – 23/01/2019 & 28/01/2019 – 14/02/2019  

 

35

MADHU INDUSTRY, VIJAYAPUR & NTPC, VIJAYAPUR

 

17 4AL15CV093 SHALINI C N
18 4AL15CV094 SHARANU T S
19 4AL15CV082 SACHIN P
20 4AL15CV088 SANGANABASAV STHAVARMATH 10/01/2019 – 13/02/2019 30 SHRI S.M AUTADE PVT. LTD., HASSAN.
21 4AL15CV078 RAMESH
22 4AL15CV070 PRIYANKA M 10/01/2019 – 09/02/2019 30 SBR GROUPS, BANGALORE.

 

23 4AL15CV071 RAGHAVENDRA G M
24 4AL15CV087 SAHANA M KAKUBAL
25 4AL15CV089 SANGEETHA
26 4AL15CV095 SHARATH GOWDA N
27 4AL16CV403 BHAGYASHRI BALAGOND
28 4AL15CV077

 

RAKSHITH GOWDA N

 

07/01/2019 – 07/02/2019 30 SOMA ENTERPRISES LTD., BENGALURU

 

29 4AL16CV417 RAVIKUMAR PATIL 10/01/2019 – 11/02/2019 30 MAJOR IRRIGATION DEPARTEMENT, ALAMATTI

 

30 4AL16CV423 SIDDU G NELAGUDDA
31 4AL15CV108 SANTHOSH KATTI
32 4AL16CV420 SHARANAKUMAR
33 4AL16CV422 SHUBAM P MANE
34 4AL16CV424 VITTAL R BANGARAPPANAVAR
35 4AL15CV046

 

LEISHEMBA SOIBAM

 

16/01/2019 – 16/02/2019 30 PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTEMENT, MANIPUR
36 4AL15CV076 RAKSHAN R SHETTY 10/01/2019 – 10/02/2019 30 BHARATI BUILDERS AND DEELOPERS, MANGALORE

 

37 4AL15CV048 MOHAMMED JAKEER
38 4AL15CV090 SANIL ROY
39 4AL15CV054

 

MANJUNATH M

 

10/01/2019 – 11/02/2019 30 PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTEMENT, CHAMARAJANAGARA

 

40 4AL15CV003 ABHILASH 16/01/2019 – 16/02/2019 30 CANDEUR LANDMARK, BANGALORE
41 4AL15CV012 ANAND P R
42 4AL15CV026 BHUPATHI L
43 4AL15CV033 GURUPRASAD M
44 4AL15CV028 CHANNABASAPPA S M 10/01/2019 – 08/02/2019 30 PNC INFFRATECH LTD., CHITRADURGA

 

45 4AL16CV405 DARSHAN M
46 4AL15CV105 VISHNU H J
47 4AL15CV004 ADARSHA A 11/01/2019 – 16/02/2019 30 FERN VALLEY GROUP, BANGALORE

 

48 4AL15CV032 GOVIND RAJ H R
49 4AL15CV055 MANJUNATHA K S
50 4AL15CV004 BASAVARAJ K
51 4AL15CV037 JAGADEESH KRISHNA JOGI
52 4AL15CV039 JYOTHI S
53 4AL15CV020 ASHWATHA NARAYANA M K
54 4AL15CV091 SAYABANNA 11/01/2019 – 12/02/2019 30 GALAXY CONSULTANCY, HUBLI

 

55 4AL15CV098 SHREEKANTHA P
56 4AL16CV416 PREMKUMAR S
57 4AL15CV101 UMARFARUKH
58 4AL15CV034 HANUMANTH
59 4AL15CV096 SHARUKH
60 4AL14CV013 ANNAPPA SAANI
61 4AL15CV053 MANJULA KURBET
62 4AL16CV413 NEHA KHAN
63 4AL15CV060 MOHANKUMAR PUJAR
64 4AL15CV047 MADHU BHAJANTRI
65 4AL15CV018 ARUN BADMAL
66 4AL15CV056 MANOJ KUMAR H M
67 4AL15CV005 AISHWARYA D 07/01/2019 – 06/02/2019 30 K.R.I.D.L, SHIMOGGA

 

68 4AL15CV013 ANANYA M H
69 4AL15CV057 MANU P
70 4AL15CV067 PRAKASH R
71 4AL16CV401 AKSHAY B N
72 4AL16CV412 NAVEEN KUMAR N
73 4AL15CV086 SAHANA K 07/01/2019 – 07/02/2019 30 SADBHAV ENG. LTD. ,AHMEDABAD .

 

74 4AL15CV081 ROHITH B
75 4AL16CV419 ROOPA 07/01/2019 – 07/02/2019 30 CAP INDIA, DAVANAGERE
76 4AL15CV064 NITHESH PUJARI 10/01/2019 – 14/02/2019 35 ISIRI INTERIORS AND SOLUTIONS, BANGALORE

 

77 4AL15CV072 RAGHAVENDRA N B
78 4AL14CV046 MALLIKARJUNA
79 4AL16CV404 CHANDANA
80 4AL15CV063 NILAKANTA YUMNAM 10/01/2019 – 15/02/2019 35 H.V.S CONSTRUCTION, MANIPUR

 

81 4AL15CV106 VISHWANATH OKRAM
82 4AL15CV107 WILLIAM SAMUKCHAM
83 4AL15CV074

 

RAHIL IBRAHIM

 

10/01/2019 – 15/02/2019 35 A.G ASSOCIATES, UDUPI

 

84 4AL14CV086

 

SIDDESH J SHETTY

 

16/01/2019 – 16/02/2019 30 SWAROOP DEVELOPERS, MUMBAI

 

85 4AL15CV019 ASHRAYA SHETTY 10/01/2019 – 10/02/2019 30 ICARE BUILDERS & DEVELOPERS, MOODBIDRI

 

86 4AL15CV001 YASHWANTH 11/01/2019 – 10/04/2019 90 L&T CONSTRUCTIONS, BANGALORE.

 

87 4AL16CV400 ABHISHEK K R
88 4AL16CV408 JAGANNATH P
89 4AL16CV409 KIRAN N R
90 4AL16CV410 KOTREPPA KOPPA
91 4AL16CV414 NIJALINGAPPA
92 4AL15CV027 CHAITANYA B S 07/01/2019 – 11/02/2019 30 MANGALORE UNIVERSITY,KONAJE.

 

93 4AL15CV030 DAMODAR SHENOY P
94 4AL15CV038 JAGADEESHA
95 4AL15CV058 MEGHANA C G
96 4AL14CV035 HARSHITH H J
97 4AL15CV035 HARSHITHA S R
98 4AL14CV072 RAKESH H
99 4AL15CV015 ANUSHA SUNAGAD
100 4AL15CV025 BHARGHAVI
101 4AL15CV008 AKSHATA M CHAVAN
102 4AL15CV007 AKHILA E
103 4AL15CV019 ATHIRA   SURENDRAN 01/03/2019 – 30/03/2019

 

2017-18

Sl

No

USN Name of the Student Duration Days Organization
1 4AL13CV013 Amarnath V A 08/01/2018-17/01/2018 10 Mahabala M
2 4AL13CV132 Jayashri V
3 4AL14CV007 Akshatha K
4 4AL14CV012 Ananth Kumar S
5 4AL14CV055 Nayana K
6 4AL14CV059 Poornima
7 4AL14CV060 Prajna
8 4AL14CV079 SahanaPriya A
9 4AL14CV087 Shilpa G S
10 4AL13CV042 Kiran Thomson 16/01/2018-20/01/2018 05 Aspire Architects and Builders
11 4AL13CV070 Rafeeq
12 4AL14CV003 Abdul Rafab
13 4AL14CV016 AntoChakochan
14 4AL14CV075 Rasina K V
15 4AL14CV103 Teena Antony
16 4AL13CV052 Mansoor Ahmed 23/01/2018-30/01/2018 08 Shantala Industrial Training & Research Center
17 4AL14CV023 Chethan G T
18 4AL14CV032 GururajPatil
19 4AL14CV044 LingarajaHebbali
20 4AL14CV054 Nagprasad R
21 4AL14CV065 Pratibha C Hiremath
22 4AL14CV078 Sabareddy S
23 4AL14CV082 Sangamesh
24 4AL13CV108 Vikas G R 10/01/2018-20/01/2018 10 Nisarga Groups
25 4AL13CV120 MutumSusmita Devi 08/01/2018-19/01/2018 12 Devise Engineering Pvt. Ltd.
26 4AL14CV036 HeigrujamJayarani
27 4AL14CV030 G M Shankarmurthy 11/01/2018-17/01/2018 07 S R Associates
28 4AL13CV130 Soundarya B
29 4AL14CV017 Archana G M
30 4AL15CV409 Rajashekhara H
31 4AL14CV005 Aishwarya V 12/01/2018-21/01/2018 10 Nandi Constructions
32 4AL14CV014 Anoop A 22/01/2018-27/01/2018 06 Nandakumar Associates
33 4AL14CV043 Krishna
34 4AL14CV006 AkarshPonappa 15/01/2018-22/01/2018 08 Panchayat Raj Engineering Division
35 4AL14CV019 B VidhyadarRao 22/01/2018-31/01/2018 10 Airports Authority of India
36 4AL14CV031 Gowtham
37 4AL14CV040 Karthik
38 4AL14CV063 Prakasha
39 4AL14CV074 Rashmith R Suvarna
40 4AL14CV020 Basanagowda R Patil 18/01/2018-24/01/2018 07 Jalvahini Management Services Pvt. Ltd.
41 4AL14CV021 Basavaraj 20/01/2018-31/01/2018 12 Tahal Group
42 4AL14CV025 DarshanGowda 22/01/2018-01/01/2018 15 Manipal Institute of Computer Education
43 4AL14CV027 Dhanya 10/01/2018-20/01/2018 11 F E Designs
44 4AL14CV049 MuhammedRizwan
45 4AL14CV056 Nidhishree K
46 4AL14CV101 SushmaKrishnasaRaibagi
47 4AL14CV110 YengkhomMilankumar Singh
48 4AL15CV403 Madhuri S Yaraganavi
49 4AL15CV413 Rohith S K
50 4AL14CV029 Faheez Ahmed 15/01/2018-26/01/2018 12 RMX Concrete India
51 4AL14CV058 PolemNimaldhaja 17/01/2018-31/01/2018 15 P.W.D. Manipur
52 4AL15CV046 LeishembaSoibam 24/01/2018-02/02/2018 10
53 4AL15CV063 NilakantaYumnam
54 4AL15CV099 SoibamPritamjit Singh
55 4AL15CV106 VishwanathOkram
56 4AL15CV107 William Samukcham
57 4AL14CV061 Prajwal.M 11/01/2018-19/01/2018 09 G9 Projects
58 4AL14CV061 Prajwal H.M 17/01/2018-24/01/2018 08
59 4AL14CV066 Praveen R 10/01/2018-22/01/2018 13 Bren Corporation
60 4AL14CV068 PushpaChindi 08/01/2018-17/01/2018 10 Sobha Developers Ltd
61 4AL14CV069 Raghu M 22/01/2018-27/01/2018 06 Siddha Constructions
62 4AL14CV085 Santosh H
63 4AL14CV076 RatanLaxmanJonganavar 19/01/2018-29/01/2018 10 SiddappaLakshmammaAladakatti
64 4AL14CV077 Ravi Shankar B 20/01/2018-09/02/2018 21 CADD Centre
65 4AL14CV081 Sanath K V
66 4AL14CV091 Shruthi S N
67 4AL15CV416 Sanjeev Kumar S
68 4AL14CV090 Shriguru.M.S 15/01/2018-22/01/2018 8 Akruthi Technical Consultants
69 4AL14CV092 Sneha George 09/01/2018-20/01/2018 12 Align Constructions
70 4AL14CV093 Sowmyashree D 07/01/2018-14/01/2018 08 H Narayanappa
71 4AL14CV098 Suhaib Ali K.A 10/01/2018-20/01/2018 10 Parker Associates
72 4AL15CV404 Mohammad SahulHammeed
73 4AL14CV102 Tanuja K L 08/01/2018-12/01/2018 05 Manjunatha C
74 4AL15CV408 Puneeth M
75 4AL14CV104 Varsha R Gunagi 22/01/2018-01/01/2018 NPCIL
76 4AL14CV105 Varuna B H 09/01/2018-20/01/2018 12 Accord Construction
77 4AL14CV109 YashaswiniNagaraj 09/01/2018-24/01/2018 15 S S Builders
78 4AL15CV400 Akshay G D 09/01/2018-18/01/2018 09 Shejawadkar Design & Construction Pvt. Ltd.
79 4AL15CV405 Mutturaj L Annigeri
80 4AL15CV401 Anil R K 12/01/2018-24/01/2018 13 Er. Prakash B Asangi
81 4AL15CV406 Nalina M E 08/01/2018-20/01/2018 10 The Designs
82 4AL15CV407 Praveen Kumar R 07/01/2018-21/01/2018 15 Accor Engineering Solutions
83 4AL15CV410 Rajesh H Kambali 10/01/2018-22/01/2018 13 KMV Projects Ltd.
84 4AL15CV414 Sachin P 09/01/2018-17/01/2018 09 Vinyasa Constructions
85 4AL15CV417 VeereshWali 19/01/2018-29/01/2018 10 RNS Infrasructure Limited
86 4AL15CV418 Venkatesh C S 08/01/2018-12/01/2018 05 Sahyadri Builders
87 4AL15CV419 Vishwa R 17/01/2018-26/01/2018 10 Lakshmi Constructions
88 4AL14CV001 AkashShetty 22/01/2018-27/01/2018 10 Vidyullekha Builders & Developers
89 4AL11CV051 AbhishekShetty
90 4AL14CV401 HariprasadPai
91 4AL15CV001 A N Yashwanth 20/01/2018-27/01/2018 08 K H Venkatesh
92 4AL15CV012 Anand P R 19/01/2018-28/01/2018 10 Raksha Developers
93 4AL15CV028 Channanasappa S Makanur 22/01/2018-28/01/2018 07 Suresh Enterprises Private Limited (SEPL)
94 4AL15CV030 DamodharShenoy P 20/01/2018-27/01/2018 08 Bharathi Builders & Developers
95 4AL15CV038 Jagadeesha
96 4AL15CV076 Rakshan R Shetty
97 4AL15CV074 Rahil Ibrahim 20/01/2018-28/01/2018 9 A G Associates
98 4AL15CV078 Ramesh 21/01/2018-30/01/2018 10 Neha Infrastructures
99 4AL15CV088 SanganabasavSthavarmath
100 4AL15CV108 SantoshKatti 21/01/2018-27/01/2018 07 Waliker Enterprises
101 4AL16CV407 Iranna M Mudur
102 4AL16CV408 Jagannath P
103 4AL16CV409 Kiran N.R
104 4AL16CV410 KotreppaGurulingappaKoppa
105 4AL16CV414 Nijalingappa
106 4AL16CV417 RavikumarPatil
107 4AL16CV420 Sharanakumara
108 4AL16CV422 Shubham P Mane
109 4AL16CV411 NagarajNaik 19/01/2018-29/01/2018 11 Niketana Consulting Engineers & Contractors
110 4AL16CV009 Anusha K P 14/01/2018-28/01/2018 15 Mohan Constructions
4AL16CV089 Sindhu G N
111 4AL16CV014 Azgar Bilal 14/01/2018-28/01/2018 15 Megha Associates
112 4AL16CV029 GauthamDayanandBangera
113 4AL16CV017 Bharath A C 16/01/2018-25/01/2018 10 Tenka-Kon
114 4AL16CV026 Darshini T R
115 4AL16CV054 Nagalakshmi A
116 4AL16CV111 Sumukh R
117 4AL16CV024 Chandana V 22/01/2018-01/01/2018 9 H C Subbanna
118 4AL16CV031 Gautham 19/01/2018-28/01/2018 10 SharadaInfradesign (India) Pvt. Ltd.
119 4AL16CV051 MushahidAly Yusuf
120 4AL16CV106 Yathisha
121 4AL16CV037 Keerthana K C 16/01/2018-01/02/2018 17 L&T Construction
122 4AL16CV040 LaxmideviAmareshKaradakall
123 4AL16CV042 M SurajAcharya 22/01/2018-01/01/2018 13 Correa Constructions
124 4AL16CV046 Manoj J D 22/01/2018-01/01/2018 10 Nirmithi Kendra
125 4AL16CV039 LaishramLinthoinganbi 22/01/2018-01/01/2018 10 Flood Control and Drainage Division, Manipur
126 4AL16CV052 MuthurabasimayumKrishnakumari Devi
127 4AL16CV057 Neha C 22/01/2018-01/01/2018 10 Uday Constructions
128 4AL16CV078 Sagar A.P 16/01/2018-20/01/2018 05 ChikkamagalurNirmithikendra
129 4AL16CV084 Sathish B R
130 4AL16CV086 SharanabasavaBiradar 14/01/2018-24/01/2018 11 DRN Infrastructure
131 4AL16CV088 Shrikant S Dodamani 14/01/2018-24/01/2018 11 Manojkumar T. Kalyanappgol
132 4AL16CV090 SudhakarNingthoujam 14/01/2018-23/01/2018 10 Water Resource Department
133 4AL16CV103 Vikhyat B Basanagoudr 13/01/2018-25/01/2018 13 RNS Infrastructure Limited, Bangalore
134 4AL16CV110 Niveditha B 12/01/2018-21/01/2018 10 Kirthi constructions
135 4AL16CV109 Sharanu B Takkalaki 18/01/2018-27/01/2018 10 KrishanaBhagyJalaNigama Ltd.
136 4AL16CV108 TejasLakshminarayana 17/01/2018-29/01/2018 13 Bharat Electronics Ltd.
137 4AL17CV403 Darshan M N
138 4AL17CV402 SharathChandraMyageri 15/01/2018-25/01/2018 11 Earth Pavers Hyd. Pvt. Ltd.
139 4AL17CV409 Madan H.D 17/01/2018-27/01/2018 10 Kanaka water supply
140 4AL17CV411 Malathesh L 13/01/2018-27/01/2018 15 ZillaNirmithi Kendra, Haveri.
141 4AL16CV096 Tejas H 16/01/2018-23/01/2018 08 JBT Concrete Block

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