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Civil Engineering

1 About
2 Technical Talks
3 Workshops & Training
4 Industrial Visit
5 Student Achievements
6 Certification Courses
7 Free Coaching Classes
8 Forum Activities
9 Others
10 Faculty
1 About

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.


 

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.


AIM OF THE DEPARTMENT

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

ACADEMIC GOALS

  • To achieve excellence in undergraduate programs.
  • To achieve excellence in undergraduate programs.
  • To create facilities for Research & Development.
  • To impart quality education in the field of Civil Engineering.
  • To conduct class seminars to the students on various topics related to the engineering subjects and recent developments in the civil engineering filed so as to enhance their writing and presentation skills.
  • Organizing seminars, workshops and industrial visits for the benefit of students and faculty which would bring exposures of the recent trends in Civil Engineering.
  • To involve students in the consultancy projects obtained through various agencies.

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
2 Technical Talks

BUILDING INFORMATION MODELLING AND THE FUTURE OF ARCHITECTURE

DATE & VENUE: 26/03/2019 at Engineering Seminar Hall

Resource Person: 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 on Tuesday 12th March 2019in department seminar hall at 11am, on “BIULDING INFORMATION MODELLING AND THE FUTURE OF ARCHITECTURE” By Mr 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 (VI Semester)proposed the vote of thanks as the inaugural function came to an end.


BEST CONSTRUCTION PRACTICES”

DATE & VENUE: 26/03/2019 at Engineering Seminar Hall

Resource Person: Mr PremKumarconsulting civil engineering, ACCE Mangalore.


 

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


PROGRAMME PROCEEDINGS: The Inaugural function 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 honoured by Mr.H Ajith Hebbar.Ms.Sahana M(VII Semester)proposed the vote of thanks as the inaugural function came to an end.


“MEP services in high rise building

DATE & VENUE: 26/03/2019 at Engineering Seminar Hall

Resource Person: Mr UjwalD’souza, Consulting civil engineering, ACCE Mangalore.


 

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


PROGRAMME PROCEEDINGS: The Inaugural function 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 honoured by Mr.Surendra P.Ms.Anilda(VI Semester)proposed the vote of thanks as the inaugural function came to an end.


TECHNICAL TALKS



 

ODD SEMESTER

 
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01 A Technical Talk on Research Opportunities in Watershed Analysis, Development and Management by Dr. Anand V Shivapur, Dean, Faculty of Engineering and PG-Coordinator, VTU, Belgaum, was organized on Wednesday, 5thAug 2015.
02 A Technical Talk on Water Resources of India – A Glance by Dr. Venkatesh. B, Scientist, National Institute of Hydrology, Belgaum, was organized on Saturday, 22nd Aug 2015.
03 A Technical Talk on Self curing concrete by Dr. Raghuprasad P S, Associate Professor, Department of Construction Management, SJCE Mysore, was organized on Thursday, 3rd September, 2015.
04 A Technical Talk on Construction Practices by Dr. Chinnagiri Gowda H C, Professor, Dept. of Civil Engineering, Government Polytechnic, Bantwal, was organized on Wednesday, 16th September, 2015, on the occasion of Engineers day and Techno Week by Association of Consulting Civil Engineers (I), Mangalore, jointly with Dept. of Civil Engineering., AIET, Moodabidri.
05 A Technical Talk on Vaastu an Indian Perspective (a scientific approach) by Prof. Raghavendra.Holla, Assistant Professor, Civil Engineering Department, Manipal Institute of Technology, Manipal, was organized on Wednesday, 16th September, 2015, on the occasion of Engineers day and Techno Week by Association of Consulting Civil Engineers (I), Mangalore, jointly with Dept. of Civil Engineering., AIET, Moodabidri.
06 A Technical Talk on Adobe Bricks using Industrial by Products by Dr. Jagadeesha Pai B., Department of Civil Engineering, Manipal Institute of Technology, Manipal, was organized on Saturday, 31st October, 2015.
 

EVEN SEMESTER

 
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01 A Technical Talk on Boat Wave Erosion and its Remedial Measures – A case study of Alappuzha region of Kerala state by Prof. Nagaraj Sitharam, Professor & Head of Civil Engineering, Dayananda Sagar College of Engineering, Bangalore, was organized on Wednesday, 24th February, 2016.
02 A Technical Talk on Recent practices in Highway Engineering by Dr.Anjaneyappa., Professor, R V College of Engineering, Bangalore, was organized on Saturday, 27th February, 2016.
03 A Technical Talk on Solid Waste Management by Ms. Shambhavi Kamath, Assistant Professor, MIT, Manipal, was organized on Wednesday, 02nd March, 2016.
04 A Technical Talk on Importance of Water by Dr. Basavanand M Dodamani, Associate Professor, Department of Applied Mechanics & Hydraulics, National Institute of Technology Karnataka, Surathkal, Mangalore, was organized on Thursday 24th March 2016, on the occasion of Engineers day and Techno Week by ACCE (I), Mangalore, jointly with Dept. of Civil Engineering., AIET.
05 A Technical Talk on Application of NANO Materials in Structural Engineering by Dr. N S Kumar, Professor, Ghousia College of Engineering, Bangalore was organized on Saturday, 26th March, 2016.
3 Workshops & Training

DIPLOMA IN ARCHITECTURE CERTIFICATE COURSE


Architecture programmes are creative in nature and it blends technology with arts. The course not only imparts knowledge about designing structures but also teaches the concept of planning. The course is one of its unique kinds as it has a combination of culture, design, science and technology.


Diploma in Architecture Certificate course offers students to bridge the connection between Civil Engineering and Architecture aspects. It also imparts the emerging software training to the students and helps them to enhance their skills in the field of infrastructural projects.


The course was inaugurated on 26/05/2019 by Mr. Abdul Rauf Putige, Managing Director, Vishvas Builder Mangalore along with Managing Trustee Sri ViveK Alva,AEF, Principal Dr. Peter Fernandes, HOD Dr. H Ajith Hebbar, Course  Co-ordinator Veena D Savanth.


3-DAY WORKSHOP AND TRAINING PROGRAMME ON VISUAL ARTS

Date: 26/04/2019-28/04/2019


OBJECTIVE: To orient the participants towards Visual Arts, the core aspect of Architecture.

OUTCOME OF THE WORKSHOP:

1. Participants will analyze the visual elements and principles of design employed within the visual arts.  
2. Participants will differentiate among various media and techniques used by the artists.
3. Participants will analyze the motivation of individual artists and how art expresses important aspects of time and culture.

TOPICS: Selection of two outdoor as well as indoor objects/systems and observation of their natural occurrence, relationships with context, form &structure, observation of their situation, colours & textures, and Sketching & visual representation in various media. 3-dimensional modelling in appropriate medium


Material Study-1: Selection of two materials used in everyday life, Study of properties, Strength, examples of use.

Material Study-2: Sketching & visual representation of material in various media.

Material Study-3: Hands-on making of object/joint/structure of own choice with one of the studies of the materials.

FreeHand sketching and The Art of Vasthu Session.


Invited Speakers:

  1. Ar. Dharmaraj, Proprietor-Dharmaraj Associates, Mangaluru.Treasurer- Infrastructure Development Foundation.
  2. Sri. D B Mehtha, Ex IRS,CMD Allegro Group, Chairman CREDAI, Mangaluru.
  3. Prof Gowri Shenoy B, M. Arch, Manipal.
  4. Prof. Sarmistha Chatterjee, M. Arch, Manipal.
  5. Prof. Ganesh M R, ME, AIET
  6. Mr. M Manjunath Reddy, SAI, CADD Banglore

Organising Committee Members:

Prof. Arun Kumar G S

Prof. Rashmi H

Prof. Santhosh K

Organising Committee Members with speakers: Prof Gowri Shenoy B, M. Arch, Manipal & Prof. Sarmistha Chatterjee,M. Arch, Manipal

Architecture students along with speakers



  • Three days State Level Faculty Development Programme on Advanced Surveying and Mapping Techniques was organized by department of Civil Engineering on 26th, 27th and 28th February 2015.
  • One day workshop on STAAD Pro was organised by department of Civil Engineering to the III year students on 16th and 17th of October 2014.
  • One day workshop on Research Avenues and Advances in Geo-Technical Engineering was organised by department of Civil Engineering on Feb 26th 2014.
  • Civil engineering student forum organized a one day workshop on “Structural Analysis and Design Software – CYPE ” by Amarnath S N, Bangalore on Friday ,13th, September, 2013.
  • Civil engineering student forum organized 2 days Workshop on “Application of Finite Element Analysis in Structural Engineering ”on Friday, 25th and Saturday 26th ,October, 2013.
4 Industrial Visit

Industrial Visiti 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.


Industrial Visit Report for final year Students 2018-2019

The Department of Civil  Engineering has organised a  4 days industrial visit to final year student on 05/10/2018 to 08/10/2018. The following is the details of the Industrial Visit 2018-2019.

Day 1:  5/10/2018

Moodbidri to Chakra and Savehaklu Dam- complete stone and soil  Dam

Sharavathi Power Station, Shivamoga

Day 2: 06/10/2018

The Almatti Dam: Hydroelectric project on the Krishna River in Bagalkot North Karnataka

Water Treatment Plant, Vijayapur,

Badami Caves: Indian rock-cut architecture.

Day 3: 07/10/2018

RMC Plant

Water Treatment Plant at Bijapur

Town planning (1000 Hectare), Bagalkot

Day 4: 08/10/2018

Supa Dam and Syntheri Rocks at Dandeli

Total Number of students: 68

Faculties: 04

Mr Arun Kumar G S Mrs Veena D Savanth Mr Surendra p

Ms Swetha k

Number of Days: 04 (05.10.18 to 08.10.18 Friday to Monday) Total Travel: 1300 Km


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 kodachadri Savehaklu 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 Zilla Panchayath, 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

 
 
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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.
5 Student Achievements

ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENTS

SL. NO. 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.

 

STUDENTS TECHNICAL ACHIEVEMENTS

SL. NO. 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

SL. NO. DATE EVENT VENUE SEM. STUDENT NAME PLACE
01 02/09/2015 Kabbadi, Dussera Kreda Kuta 2015-16 Mangalore VII – A ABHISHEK H S (4AL12CV002) FIRST
02 02/09/2015 Kho Kho, Dussera Kreda Kuta 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, Dussera Kreda Kuta 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
6 Certification Courses

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 9 AM to 5 PM by SAI CADD CENTRE, M. Manjunath Reddy Proprietor, Bangalore accompanied by their team.


 

7 Free Coaching Classes

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.

8 Forum Activities

A BRIEF REPORT ON TECHNICAL FEST |DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL ENGINEERING -MINERVA-2K19


The Civil Engineering Department of Alva’s Institute of Engineering & Technology, Mijar, organized a Technical fest MINERVA-2K19 on April 9thand 10th2019in Engineering seminar hall at 9 am. Chief Guest - Sri H Pradeep Hebbar (Senior manager- Design Max pro Engineers Pvt.ltd Bangalore, President – Dr Peter Fernandes (Principal AIET- Moodbidre )Head of the department - Dr H Ajith Hebbar, Fest Co-ordinator- Mr Ramesh Rao, Mr Santhosh K & Ms Aishwarya Lakshmi


PROGRAMME PROCEEDINGS: The Inaugural function began at 9 am. The gathering was cordially welcomed byMs.Rashmitha(VII Semester). Mr Karthik (VII Semester) of Civil Engineering introduced the resource person to the gathering. President of the ceremony Dr Peter Fernandes motivated students through his dynamic address. Chief Guest


EVENT DETAILS:

DATE

EVENTS

FACULTY CO-ORDINATORS

9/4/2019

Paper Presentation

Dr H Umeshchandra

9/4/2019

Quiz

Mrs. Veena D Savanth

9/4/2019

Centre Line Marking

Mr. Sandeep

9/4/2019

Debate

Ms.  Aishwarya Lakshmi

9/4/2019

Float The Boat

Mrs. Rashmi

9/4/2019

Quick Survey

Mr.  Ramesh Rao

 

DATE

EVENTS

FACULTY CO-ORDINATOR

10/4/2019

Photography

Mrs. Akshatha S P

10/4/2019

Bridge Making

Mrs. Rashmi

10/4/2019

Stand Up Comedy

Mr. Santhosh K

10/4/2019

Best Out Of Waste

Ms. Sneha Palled

10/4/2019

Treasure Hunt

Mrs. Swathi K And Mr. Shankargiri

10/4/2019

Gaming Zone

Mr. Surendra

 


VALEDICTORY FUNCTION:10/3/2019 (4.00 pm- 5.00 pm)

The technical fest was concluded with the motivational words by Head of the Department. Guests on Dias were Head of the Department andFaculty Coordinators. Winners were awarded prizes by Head of the Department.“Shree Devi Institute Of Technology” was the honored as overall champion. Student coordinator Mr Manu delivered Vote of thanks.

MINERVA 2019 |RULES AND REGULATIONS

General instructions


  • Participants should carry college ID cards
  • Spot registration is only for specified events
  • Participants should maintain discipline and decorum
  • Participants should be there at the venue on time, late entries are not entertained
  • On spot, registration closes 30 minutes prior to the event commencement
  • Judges decision will be final, arguments are not entertained
  • Online registers should carry the proof of registration

PAPER PRESENTATION


  • Maximum number of participants in a team is 2
  • It is advisable that the presentation should be focused on a single theme. Different topics are also welcomed unless they are related to the domain
  • The abstract should be crisp and paper should well comprehend not exceeding 10 pages
  • A copy of the paper should be mailed to the prescribed email ID attaching all necessary information
  • The paper should be in IEEE format
  • Powerpoint presentation should be brief and no need of mailing it
  • Soft copies of both paper and power point presentation are needed during presentation
  • Carry at least 2 hard copies of the paper
  • Time allotted will not be more than 10 minutes followed by questionnaires
  • Each person should be a part of a single team and participants from a single college can form a team
  • The mail submissions should contain the title, name of Author followed by Phone number and email ID
  • The paper should be submitted through mail on or before 7th April 2019
  •  

CENTER LINE MARKING


  • Team of 3 members
  • Overall duration is 90 minutes
  • No electronic Gadgets are allowed
  • Necessary materials are provided
  • The plan will be given on the spot
  • Participants must mark the centre line of the given plan on the ground using the provided materials
  • Judgment is based on accuracy, precision and neatness
  • The event includes 2 rounds. Round 1 qualifier can participate in round

QUICK SURVEYING


  • Team of 2 members
  • Do not carry any survey materials
  • The participants shall not be allowed to use mobile or other electronic instruments
  • Judgment is based on the accuracy
  • Time duration is 90minutes
  • Open to civil engineering students

BRIDGE MAKING


  • Team of 3 members
  • Maximum 150 popsicle sticks, thread and adhesive(fevicol) will be provided
  • Thermocol and other accessories can be bought by the participants if required, only to improve the appearance of the structure.
  • The bridge has to be executed on spot (including marking, cutting, fixing and painting)
  • Time allotted is 2hrs 30 minutes
  • Judgment will be based on the bridge creativity, aesthetics and presentation
  • Open to all engineering students.

FLOAT THE BOAT


  • Team of 3 members
  • The objective is to construct a model of a boat with the help of ice cream sticks, straws threads and fevicol satisfying to the rules below
  • Time allotted is 2 hours 30 minutes
  • Necessary materials will be provided to every team
  • Dimensions of the model will be specified during the event
  • Maximum load at which the boat sustains without sinking will be considered as the final load
  • First 25 teams are preferred

GAMING ZONE (PUBG, MOBILE LEGENDS, COUNTER STRIKE 1.6, NFS MOST WANTED)


  • Only the winner gets the prize
  • Own electronic gadgets should be bought by contestants for PUBG, MOBILE LEGENDS.
  • Even playing in laptop for PUBG is permitted
  • Counter strike best kills in 5 rounds is the winner
  • Spectate mode for solo, squad, duo is not permitted
  • Once getting killed the contestant should leave the game immediately
  • Knockout round for NFS will be done
  • 5 members make a team for MOBILE LEGENDS
  • Once the team is registered any changes for teammates will not be entertained
  • Solo, squad and duo for PUBG will be conducted

DEBATE


  • Screening is done through Group discussion.
  • The topic is based on current and technical issues,
  • The topic will be given on spot.
  • 2-3 minutes for each individual
  • Judgment depends upon attractive points
  • An individual should not be targeted in his/her speech

STANDUP COMEDY


  • An individual event
  • Time allotted is 5 minutes
  • Languages preferred are Kannada and English
  • Vulgarity and religious matters are strictly prohibited

TECHNICAL QUIZ


  • Team of 3 members
  • Use of electronic gadgets are not permitted
  • The screening process is done in the first round

TREASURE HUNT Team of 5 members


  • Time allotted is 4 hours
  • The screening process is done in round 1, only 10 teams are selected for further rounds.
  • Usage of electronic gadgets are permitted
  • Team finding the final clue bags the prize

BEST OUT OF WASTE


  • Team of 3 members
  • Time allotted is 3 hours
  • First 30 minutes is given for waste collection within the AIET campus
  • Presentation time 5 minutes
  • Only adhesives will be provided

PHOTOGRAPHY


  • An individual event
  • The photograph should be captured on the spot
  • The photograph should contain the date
  • Photography may be on an event, creative photography and portrait
  • Selected photos will be displayed the next day
  • Photography should be based on a domain or a theme.

CIVIL TECHNICAL EVENTS 2019

(09/04/2019 to 10/04/2019)


Scheduling:


Day 1 events (09/04/2019):

Sl.no

Event

Time

1

Inauguration

9am – 10am

2

Paper presentation

10.15am-1pm

3

Technical quiz

10am-11.30am

4

Centre line marking

2pm-3.30pm

5

Pick and speak

10.15am-1pm

6

Debate

2pm-3.30pm

7

Photography

12pm-1pm

8

Stand up comedy

2pm-3.30pm


Day 2 events (10/04/2019):

Sl.no

Event

Time

1

Bridge making

10am-1pm

2

Quick survey

10am-11.30am

3

Best out of waste

2pm-4.30pm

4

Treasure hunt

2pm-4.30pm

5

PUBG

12pm-1pm

9 Others

ALVA’S RURAL REACH CHARITY PROGRAMME-2018-19

Toilet Construction for Marodi Aided Primary School at Marodi, Belthangadi Taluk, Dakshina Kannada District


Alva’s Institute of Engineering and Technology is involving in various activities among one of it is Alva’s rural reach program. The objective of the program is to fulfil the social responsibility of the organization.


Under rural reach program, a toilet construction project is taken by the institution in Marodi near Shirtady at Beltangadi Taluk, based on the request from Marody Primary School.


The total number of students studying in Marody School is 75 (37 Boys & 38 Girls), there was a need for toilet facility for boys. So as per need, planning was done to construct 6 Urinals and 1 Water closet.   

Toilet construction was planned by the Civil Engineering Department under the Supervision of our Managing Trustee Shri. Vivek Alva and Dr Peter Fernandies along with the guidance of Dr Ajith Hebbar, HOD, Civil Engineering Department and Staff Coordinators  Prof. Shankargiri K S and Prof. Surendra P.    


Students of 5th and 7th semester of Civil Engineering Department took part in executing the project along with the support of localities. The project commenced from 01/08/2018 and inaugurated on 02/11/18. The overall construction cost of the project was Rs.1,59,319.00/-(One Lakh Fifty-nine thousand and three Hundred and Nineteen only).


The project was also funded by the following donors:

  • AIET Management, Mijar
  • AIET College staff and Students, Moodbidri
  • Alva’S Degree College staff and Students, Moodbidri
  • Rotary Club, Moodbidri
  • Sri Suhas Ballal, Marodi
  • Mustafa, Civil Contractor Mangalore
  • Deviprasad Shetty, Civil Contractor Moodbidri

The inaugural function was held on 02/11/2018 at Public community hall, Grama Panchayath  Marody. The invitation of inaugural function and the report of the same were published in ‘Suddibidugade’.

 


The department of Civil Engineering ORGANIZED VTU INTERCOLLEGIATE KHO-KHO TOURNAMENT on 08/11/2015

The department of Civil Engineering ORGANIZED VTU INTERCOLLEGIATE KHO-KHO TOURNAMENT on 08/11/2015

The department of Civil Engineering ORGANIZED VTU INTERCOLLEGIATE KHO-KHO TOURNAMENT on 08/11/2015

A community benefitting programme – Pipe Compost Training was organized at Alva’s Institute of Engineering & Technology by the Civil Engineering Department in association with Tenkamijar Grama Panchayath, Hosabettu.

10 Faculty
Sl. No Name (s) of the Teaching Faculty Designation Qualifications Photo
      UG PG Ph.D  
1. Dr. H Ajith Hebbar Professor & HOD B.E.,(CIVIL) M. Sc. (Engg) Ph.D (CIVIL)
2. Dr. H. G. Umeshchandra Professor B.Sc. M. SC Applied Geology Ph.D
3. Mr. B. Durgaprasad Baliga Associate Professor B.E., (CIVIL) M. Tech., (Structural Engineering) PGDQSV
4. Mr. Arun Kumar G S Associate Professor B.E., (CIVIL) M. Tech., (Structural Engineering) Pursuing
5. Mr. Sanjay S. Assistant Professor B.E., (ENVI. ENGG.) M. Tech.,(Health Sciences and Water Engineering) Pursuing
6. Mrs. Veena D Savanth Assistant Professor B.E., (CIVIL) M.Sc Engg. (By Research) (Hydrology & Water Resource Engineering) -
7. Mr. Surendra P. Assistant Professor B.E., (CIVIL) M. Tech., (Structural Engineering) Pursuing
8. Mr. Shankargiri K. S. Assistant Professor B.E., (CIVIL) M. Tech., (Highway Engineering) -
9. Mr. Ramesh Rao B Assistant Professor B.E., (CIVIL) M. Tech., (Construction Technology) -
10. Mr. Santhosh K. Assistant Professor B.E., (CIVIL) M. Tech., (Structural Engineering) -
11. Mr. Swathi Assistant Professor B.E (Civil) M. Tech., (Structural Engineering) -
12. Ms. Rashmi R. Assistant Professor B.E., (CIVIL) M. Tech., (Structural Engineering) -
13. Mr. Akshatha S. P. Assistant Professor B.E., (CIVIL) M. Tech., (Structural Engineering) -
14. Ms. Aishwarya Lakshmi Assistant Professor BE (Civil) M. Tech., (Construction Technology ) -
15. Ms. Sneha P. Assistant Professor B.E.(CIVIL) M. Tech.,(Geotechnical Engg.) -
16. Mr. Sandeep Kumar D S Assistant Professor B.E.(CIVIL) M. Tech.,(CADD Structure.) -
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