DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL ENGINEERING

ABOUT

Programs Offered

S.no

Name of Program

Intake

Year of Inception

1

B.Tech in Civil Engineering (I Shift)

60

2001

2

B.Tech in Civil Engineering (II Shift)

60

2005

Details About the Department

Year of Establishment of Department

:

2001

Head of Department

:

Dr. Uttam Kalwane

Total number of Labs

:

10

Total Number of Classrooms

:

02

Department of Civil Engineering was established in 2004 and offers Bachelor of Technology (B. Tech.) in Civil Engineering. The department is devoted to research and development and is concerned with solving the engineering problems of industry and society. The Department also undertakes R&D and consultancy projects and provides feasible recommendations to various designing civil engineering structures. The department consists of all higher educated faculties. The students of Department are encouraged to participate in various national event held in the IITs, National Sport Competition and other colleges. Department also initiates various industrial visit time-to-time to update students with industrial problems such as Jayakwadi, CWPRS, Pharola, RMC Plant, Railway yard, Sardar Sarovar Dam, etc.

VISION

To develop the department as Centre of Excellence in Civil Engineering by using modern teaching learning techniques with global perspectives to make technologically superior and ethically strong engineers

MISSION

To impart knowledge to civil engineering students for the betterment of the society by

  • Educating and training in the latest technologies
  • Developing self-confidence in tackling diverse problems of civil engineering
  • Imbibing human values

Department of  Civil Engineering

Dr. Uttam Kalwane

Room no :110

Department of Civil Engineering

Maharashtra Institute of Technology, Aurangabad

Landline no: 240 2375249
Email: hodcivil.mitt@mit.asia

Mon – Sat 10:15A.M. – 5:15P.M.

 

MESSAGE FROM HOD

Dear Students

Let us start with appreciating your interest in the Department of Civil Engineering. The purpose of our department is clear and simple – ‘to transfer young minds into productive and creative citizens working toward the nation building’. The department is equipped with all necessary resources i.e. qualified faculties, state-of –the- art infrastructure and inspiring environment for the holistic growth of our students. Our department follows Dr. B.A.M.University’s syllabus and supplements them with extracurricular activities such as field visits, guest lectures, etc. The essence and uniqueness of our curriculum is the compulsory ‘In-Plant Training’ that our students must go through during their eighth (last) semester of the Civil Engineering Program. This approach gives them the real-life experiences of real field work.
The department strongly believes that our faculties and students have a role to play in solving challenges that our city and region face. Along with curriculum, our department maintains active involvement with socio-techno activities such as Smart City – Aurangabad, National Service Scheme (NSS), Unnat Maharashtra Abhiyan (UMA) and Unnat Bharat Abhiyan (UBA).
This website provides an overview of our academic programs, various activities of the department, facilities, profiles of faculties and details of student activities. I hope that you will find this website informative.
If you are a prospective student or work in the area of Civil Engineering or a visitor who want to get in touch with us, you can directly contact the HOD office by email hodcivil.mitt@mit.asia. We look forward to having an interaction with you. Thank you for visiting us.
Best wishes,

Dr. Uttam Kalwane
Professor & Head of Department
Department of Civil Engineering

PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES

PEO 1 To prepare the students with strong fundamental knowledge in Mathematics, Science, English and Engineering Sciences so as to enable them to analyze the Civil Engineering related problems (Preparation).
PEO 2 To develop ability among the students for acquiring technical knowledge in the subjects and gaining the technical skills. (Core competence and professionalism).
PEO 3 To provide opportunities for students to work with all related fields of engineering enlarge the ability among the students to understand the different industrial environments (Breadth).
PEO 4 To promote the students for continuous learning, research and development with strong professional moral and ethical values. (Learning environment)

PROGRAM OUTCOMES

PO1:

Engineering Knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.

PO2:

Problem Analysis: Identify, formulate, review research literature, and analyse complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first of mathematics, natural science and engineering sciences.

PO3:

Design & Development of Solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety and the cultural ,societal and environmental considerations.

PO4:

Conduct Investigations of Complex Problems: Use research based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of information to provide valid conclusions.

PO5:

Modern Tool Usage: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modeling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.

PO6:

The Engineer and Society: Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.

PO7:

Environment and Sustainability: Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.

PO8:

Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.

PO9:

Individual and Team Work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.

PO10:

Communication: Communicate Effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.

PO11:

Project management and Finance: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.

PO12:

Life-Long Learning : Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and lifelong learning in the broadest.

PROGRAM SPECIFIC OUTCOMES

1. An ability to carry out quality analysis and assurance check.
2. An ability to conduct quantity survey and frame the specifications.
3. An ability to estimate to possible disasters and suggest appropriate remedial technique.

MoU DETAILS

Pending

EVENTS ORGANIZED

Conference / Symposium / Workshops / STTPs / FDPs Organized

Name of Faculty / Co-ordinator

Event Organized

Date

Dr. Dipak Jadhav & Mr. Rahul Agrawal

e-Faculty Development Program (FDP) cum Workshop on “WASTE TO BIOENERGY” by Sharda University, Uttar Pradesh and MIT Aurangabad held from June 28 to July 4, 2020

28 June to 4 July 2020

Mr. P.R. Awsarmal & Mr. Aniket Jinturkar

ACC Workshop on “Concrete Mix Design CMD”

30 Sept 2019

Mr. P.R. Awsarmal, Mr. Rahul Agrawal, & Mr. Abhijit Kawale

Two day workshop “Estimation, costing and Valuation” by ACEP Aurangabad and MIT Aurangabad

21-22 August 2019

Mr. P.R. Awsarmal

Workshop on “Concrete Mix Design (CMD) by Er Nilesh Malviyaji (ACC Cement)

24 Sept 2018

Mr. P.R. Awsarmal

Workshop on ‘Structural Design’ in association with ISSE

2 Feb 2018

Mr. P.R. Awsarmal

Workshop on “Concrete Mix Design (CMD) by Er Nilesh Malviyaji (ACC Cement)

20 Sept 2017

Title seminar/ expert talk conducted

Title seminar/ expert talk

Date

Name of Speaker

“Resume Writing and Email Communication Skills”

7-Sep-19

Shivraj Marathe

“Development of Communication Skills”

31-Aug-19

Dr Shilpa Deshpande

“How MBA can help Engineer to Grow his career

19-Mar-19

Er.Mayur Makhija

“Career Opportunities in Indian Armed Forces”

27-Feb-19

Er. Mahesh Bankar

“Current opportunities for civil engineers”

9-Feb-19

Er. Parimal Marathe

“Higher Aboard Studies”

12-Jan-19

MIT Alumni Mr. Prathamesh Khandalkar

“Finance, Planning and Audit”

10-Oct-18

CA Shivam Jaiswal

DEPARTMENT ACHIEVEMENTS

  1. Prashant Awsarmal received the “Maharashtra Shiksha Bhushan Award 2016” from Excellent Teacher & Divya Marathi Print Media
  2. Prashant Awsarmal received first prize and got selected for State level Mumbai university in engineering and technology teachers category in Avishkar 2020 held at Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University Aurangabad. 

STUDENT ACHIEVEMENTS

A.Y.

Name of Activity

Activity organized by

Name of Student participants

Class

Prize/ Awards/ Recognition

2018-19

Technical Poster on Environmental Engg

MIT Abad

Kiran Ghushinge

B.Tech. (S.S.)

2nd prize

Ignito –Techno Comic Writing

JNEC Abad

Kiran Ghushinge

B.Tech. (S.S.)

2nd prize

Deflection of Beam in wings

GEC Abad

Sohel Shaikh

Tejaswini Hazare

B.Tech. (F.S.)

2nd Prize

Smart City Planning in Wins

GEC Abad

Sohel Shaikh

B.Tech. (F.S.)

1st Prize

2017-18

Technical Poster Presentation on ‘Foundation Engineering’

MIT Abad

Sustmita Deshpande,

Yamni Deshvena

Simran Solunke

B.Tech. (F.S.)

1st Prize

Technical Poster Presentation on ‘Foundation Engineering’

MIT Abad

Gayatri Belsare,

Shraddha Patil,

Shubham Jane

B.Tech. (F.S.)

2nd Prize

Technical Poster Presentation on ‘Foundation Engineering’

MIT Abad

Shaikh Ateeque,

Md. Zulkarnain Shaikh,

Krishna Dudhmal

B.Tech. (F.S.)

3rd Prize

Third party assessment of Gangapur taluka, Jal Yukt Shivar Yojana

UMA IITB

Sushmita Deshpande

Gayatri Belsare

B.Tech. (F.S.)

2nd Prize

Conquering 3 Gold and 1 Silver Medal in Inter-College Gymnastics Tournament 2018

MIT Abad

Shweta Shirodkar

B.Tech. (F.S.)

1st Prize

2016-17

Participated in Inter – university gymnastic competition from 11th to 23rd jan, 2018 won 2 bronze and 1 Silver meda

Inter College Gymnastics Tournament.

Shweta Shirodkar

S.Y. S.S.

2nd Prize

 

STUDENT SUCCESS IN COMPETITIVE EXAMS

GATE Qualified Students

Year: 2018-19

S.no

Name of Student

Score/ Rank

1

Zulkarnain Shaikh (Batch 2015-19)

32.30

Year: 2017-18

S.no

Name of Student

Score/ Rank

2

Ketan Kharche (Batch 2014-18)

26.73

3

Sujan Waghmare (Batch 2014-18)

17.92

4

Harish Ashtake (Batch 2014-18)

24.35

CAT Qualified Students

S.no

Name of Student

Percentile

1

Kalyani Gadiya

60 CAT

2

Kalyani Gadiya

92 CET

 

GRE Qualified Students

S.no

Name of Student

GRE Score

1

Prathamesh Khandalkar

308

 

STUDENT PARTICIPATION

Year: 2019-20

S.no

Name of Student

Title of Paper

Conference/  Journal Details

1

Aher Rushikesh, Khivansara  Kushal, and Swami Mahesh (BTFS) (Guide – Prashant Awsarmal)

Poster Presentation

Techno-MIT 2019

2

Kulkarni Vaibhav, Shinde Vedant and Shirane Shivam (BTSS) (Guide –Mahesh Bankar)

Poster Presentation

Techno-MIT 2019

3

Jadhav Rohan, Pawar Krishna, Rajguru Mohit (BTFS) (Guide – Prashant Awsarmal)

Poster Presentation

Techno-MIT 2019

4

Mangesh Sonwane, Satish Rasal, Ganesh More (TYSS) (Guide – Prashant Awsarmal)

Poster Presentation

Techno-MIT 2019

5

Shubham Vaidya, Ajay Salunke (TYS) (Guide – Prashant Awsarmal)

Poster Presentation

Techno-MIT 2019

6

Hussaini Syed Ahamed Ullah (SYFS), Shaikh Azrodin, Abhinav Chavan (SYSS) (Guide – Prashant Awsarmal)

Poster Presentation

Techno-MIT 2019

7

Quadri Afeef, Shaikh Sarafraj, Akshay Salve (SYFS) (Guide – Prashant Awsarmal)

Poster Presentation

Techno-MIT 2019

8

Aher  Rushikesh, Khivansara  Kushal, and Swami Mahesh (BTFS) (Guide – Prashant Awsarmal)

Route Optimization of Municipal Solid Waste Collection

IV International conference on “Sustainable Energy and environmental Challenges” (IV SEEC)

9

Mangesh Sonwane, Satish Rasal, Ganesh More (TYSS) (Guide – Prashant Awsarmal)

Poster Presentation

second international conference on Sustainable Water Management under National Hydrology Project (NHP)

10

Ajay Karlelar, Gunwant Jabinda, Gurvinder Jabinda (BTFS) (Guide – Prashant Awsarmal)

Design of NH-52 highway

6th International Conference Energy & City of Future, EVF2019

11

Jaiswal Yash, Kabra Nandan, Rathod Suresh, Shaikh Afroj (BTFS)(Guide – Prashant Awsarmal)

Road Safety Audit of Beed-bypass: case study

6th International Conference Energy & City of Future, EVF2019

12

Shubham Vaidya, Dabhade Ashwini, Jarwal Mohini (TYSS) (Guide – Prashant Awsarmal)

Road Safety Audit of Beed-bypass

6th International Conference Energy & City of Future, EVF2019

13

Shubham Vaidya (TYSS) (Guide – Prashant Awsarmal)

Poster Presentation

Safe Track 2.0 organised by IRSC Aurangabad (Oct 14-15, 2019) at Rukhmini Hall, JNEC Aurangabad

 

INDUSTRY VISITS

Name of Organization/ industry

Class

No of Students visited

Date

Bhandardara Dam Ahemadnagar Wilson Dam

Final Year B.Tech. Civil Engineers (Shift I + II)

82

October 11-12, 2019

Rajendra RMC Plant Aurangabad

Second Year Civil Engineering students (First Shift)

32

26th Sept 2019 from 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm

Visit to “Aurangabad Railway Station Yard” by TY students by

TY Students

92

29-Aug-19

Onde Day visit to “Road Geotechnical Test”

TY Students

 

27-Jul-19

Industrial Visit Sewage Treatment Plant (STP) 

TY CED students

 

22-Mar-19

One Day Visit to “Khinvasra August Streets”

TYSS Students

 

18-Sep-18

One Day Visit to “MERI Nasik”

TYFS students

 

28-Sep-18

One Day Visit to “Orient Gold Cement Plant Jalgaon and GRF Jalgaon”

SYFS students

 

20-Aug-18

One Day Visit to CWPRS Pune

SYSS students

 

5-Apr-18

Two Day Visit to “Koyna Dam, Koynanagar, Satara”

TYFS students

 

28-Mar-18

 

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