Welcome to Department of Civil Engineering

The Department of Civil Engineering was established in the year 1984 with an intake of 30. Subsequently, the intake was increased to 40 in 2002 and Then again increased to 60 in 2009. the Department is accredited by National Board of Accreditation (NBA) for Five years from 19th July 2008 for second time. The Department has a good academic culture and conducive working environment in the areas.  The equipment in the laboratories from these areas have been procured from the funding of state government and the AICTE funded projects under the category of TAPTEC, MODROB and R&D. The infrastructure is sufficient to achieve the academic excellence.. In addition to the strong placement, students are getting good ranks in GATE examination.

The Department runs Two PG courses in Civil Engineering since 1991 with an intake of 18 and Structural Engineering since 2015 With intake of 18. The Department is a Research Centre of Swami Ramanand Teerth Marathwada University. The AICTE under QIP has sanctioned two scholarships for full-time research work leading to Ph. D. degree. The M. Tech. and Ph. D. students publish high quality research papers in National and International journals.

The department is having close association with the academic institutes like (IIT Mumbai, IIT Kharagpur, IIT Roorkee, IIT Delhi, VNIT Nagpur and NIT Jalandhar etc.

PROGRAMME TYPE OF PROGRAMME STUDENT INTAKE YEAR OF START
UG FULL TIME 60 CIVIL & WATER MANAGEMENT (1984) CIVIL ENGINEERING (2015)
PG FULL TIME 18 WATER MANAGEMENT ENGINEERING (1991) STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING (2015)

Vision:

Aspiring for excellence in the multi facets of Civil Engineering through consistent endeavors to make an effective contribution to the economy and society.

Mission :

  • M1.Providing high quality state of art education, research and development facilities for technological excellence in Civil Engineering.
  • M2.Furnish the students with potent concepts and application based knowledge to cater to the competency of the industries, research organizations and entrepreneurship skills.
  • M3.Inculcate good human and social values along with the intellectual and core technical skills among the students so as to transform their ideas to practice and real world applications.
  • M4.Impart basic soft skills, managerial skills and professional ethics through appropriate courses and guidance.
  • M5.Encourage human resources to give allegiance to current trends through continuing educational programs, multidisciplinary and research activities.
  • M6.Nurture wisdom and foster innovation ideas among-st the youth towards serving the society.

POs,  PSOs

The Program Outcomes of our program consists of following attributes -

  • Core Competence:To provide the graduates with a solid foundation in basic sciences, mathematics and humanities as well as fundamental knowledge of civil and water management engineering principles and respect for educational process which is manifested through lifelong learning purs units.
  • Engineering Skill Development: To empower the graduates with the capacity of critical thinking, logical reasoning, problem solving, experimentation and team work for solving real life problems in civil and water management engineering.
  • Professionalism: To produce the graduates with professional attitude and ethical values associated with engineering sector, who are capable of applying the acquired knowledge and skills for the betterment of society.
  • Engineering Knowledge: The graduate is capable of applying the core and multidisciplinary knowledge for understanding the problems in structural engineering and applied fields.
  • Problem Analysis: The graduates will possess critical thinking skills, problem solving abilities, and familiarity with the computational procedures essential to the field.
  • Design & Development of Solutions: The graduate is able to formulate, analyse, design and execute the construction of various types of engineering structures with appropriate consideration for public health and safety and cultural, societal and environmental conditions. Conduct investigations of complex problems: Use research based knowledge and research methods to conduct experiments and to analyze and interpret experimental data.
  • Modern Tool Usage: The student gets hands on training on various structural analysis and project management software’s.
  • The Engineer and Society: Apply reasoning informed by the appropriate knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to structural engineering practice.
  • Environment and Sustainability: As the students possess substantial knowledge in multidisciplinary areas, one is able to plan the various projects well, keeping in view its environmental effects on other related fields.
  • Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commitment to professional responsibilities.

Our Program Specific Outcomes are evidences for the above attributes in our graduates in the form of the following skills –

  • PO 1: Gain fundamental concepts of engineering sciences and civil and water management engineering.
  • PO 2: Grasp the theory, methods and processes required for engineering analysis and design.
  • PO 3: Acquire state of the art professional skills and technical tools for engineering practice.
  • PO 4: Apply the scientific knowledge for solving complex problems in civil and water management engineering.
  • PO 5: Understand professional, ethical and moral responsibilities.
  • PO 6: Analyze and design engineering systems to meet the desired needs in the context of economics, environmental, health and safety, sustainability and societal constraints.
  • PO 7: Assimilate and explore the body of knowledge for civil and water management engineering practice.
  • PO 8: Develop professional attitude, creative thinking and entrepreneurial skills to meet career challenges.
  • PO 9: Built capacity to evolve sustainable solution for complex and multidisciplinary problems in civil and water management engineering.
  • PO 10: Communicate effectively with engineering professional and society at large.
  • PO 11: Demonstrate the knowledge of management principles and techniques for timely completion of engineering projects.
  • PO 12: Recognize the need and have the ability to engage in lifelong learning to cope up with rapid technological changes.

Regular Faculty

Name of the Faculty Qualification Designation Contact Details
Dr.P.B.Ullagaddi Ph.D. Ph.D. Professor Email – pbullagaddi@sggs.ac.in Mob:0987365549
Dr.M.L.Waikar Ph.D. Ph.D. Professor Email-mlwaikar@sggs.ac.in Mob: 9881524442
Dr.P.D.Dahe Ph.D. Ph.D. Professor Email-pddahe@sggs.ac.in Mob:9420417549
Dr.N.H.Kulkarni Ph.D. Ph.D. Associate Professor Email-nhkulkarni@sggs.ac.in Mob: 9096840600
Dr.L.G.Patil Ph.D. Ph.D. Associate Professor Email-lgpatil@sggs.ac.in Mob:9423441831
Dr.P.B.Londhe Ph.D. Ph.D. Associate Professor Email-pblondhe@sggs.ac.in Mob:9422187771

Contractual Faculty

Sr.no. Name Qualification Designation Contact Details
2 Mr. A.P.Nilawar MTech Assistant Professor nilawar.a@gmail.com
3 Mr. A.G.Atrale MTech Assistant Professor arvind.atrale110@gmail.com
5 Miss S.G.Yeole MTech Assistant Professor sonali.yeole1993@gmail.com
6 Mr. S.T.Swami MTech Assistant Professor stswami7@gmial.com
7 Mr. P.P.Dange MTech Assistant Professor dprasanna3208@gmail.com
8 Mr. A.Y.Pande MTech Assistant Professor imanupam91@gmail.com

Adjunct Faculty

Sr.no. Name
1 Mr. Ashok Bhutada
2 Mr. Avinash Joshi
3 Mr. C.A.Prasad
4 Mr. C.N.Kure
5 Dr.U.D.Kulkarni
6 Dr.K.S.Gumaste
7 Dr. G.R.Munnavalli
 
Sr.no. Name Designation
1 Mr. S.S.Markante Clerk
2 Mr. N.P.Naganpalle Instructor
3 Mr. V.G.Waghmare Lab. Assistant
4 Mr. B.D.Tane Lab. Attendant
5 Mr.Deepaksingh Galliwale Lab. Attendant
6 Mr. V.K.Kadam Mali
SR. NO. LAB Name
1 FM LAB
2 CONCRETE LAB
3 SURVEY LAB
4 FM-II LAB
 
PhD Research Scholar Civil Engineering
Sr. No. Name of the Candidate Title of the Ph.D. Thesis Guide Contact Details
1 Mr. Ansari U.S.A. Study of flow over Labyrinth weir Dr. L.G. Patil Mob:09271002664 Email: ansariubaids@gmail.com
2 Mr. Dinesh S.Aswar Modelling Dam Foundation Stratum Dr. P. B. Ullagadi Mob:09422266323 Email: dineshaswar@gmail.com
3 Mr. Simpale P.M. Studies on accelerated curing of concrete. Dr. L.G.Patil Mob:09881747195 Email: panditshimpale@rediffmail.com
4 Mr. Deshmukh R.M. Assessment of Quality & Base Water quality in surface water bodies in Nanded District. Dr. M. L. Waikar Mob:09764327256 Email: rajudeshmukh09@gmail.com
5 Mr.Shinde Atul Sukhadev Study of Constructed Wetland configurations for Waste Water treatment. Dr. M. L. Waikar Mob:08149875332 Email: atul.88shinde@gmail.com
6 Mr.Ghavane Khandu U. River Cleaning options for river Godavari near Aurangabad and Nanded cities. Dr. M. L. Waikar Mob:09422703988 Email: KhanduGhavane@midcindia.org
7 Mr. Nilawar Aditya Pradip Geo Spatial Hydrological Modeling of Watershed Dr. M. L. Waikar Mob:09890318979 Email: nilawar.a@gmail.com
8 Mr. A. S. Parlikar Reservoir System Analysis using Linear Programming and Genetic Algorithms Dr. P. D. Dahe Mob: 07709464724 Email: asparlikar2007@rediffmail.com
9 Mr. Jyoti  Prakash  Nayak Investigation of Physio-Chemical properties of  Godavari River around Nasik City Dr. L. G. Patil Mob:09960132459 Email: 1jyotiprakash.nayak@gmail.com
10 Akram Salim Pathan Hydrological Assessment and Simulation of Storm Water Conditions - A case study Dr.M.L.Waikar Mob: 09011415888 Email: pathanwre@gmail.com
11 Dattatray Kisan Rajmane Application of Hydrological Models for Runoff Prediction in Ungauged Basins Dr.M.L.Waikar Mob: 07028630343 Email: dkrajmane@gmail.com
12 Anand Hemantrao Shrigondekar   Bearing Capacity Analysis of Granular Soil with Geogrid Dr. P. B. Ullagadi Mob: 9130590438 Email: anandshrigondekar7@gmail.com
13 Mr.Hazuria Karanpal Singh Performance based evaluation of RC frame Building at regularity limit. Dr.L.G.Patil Mob:9890296113
Research Symposium
  1. Research Symposium-V 2016-17
  2. Research Symposium-VII 2018
  3. Research Symposium-VIII 2018
Dr. N. H. Kulkarni
Associate Professor and Head, Civil Engineering Department SGGS IE & T,Vishnupuri, Nanded Pin code : 431606 Email Id: head.cwm@sggs.ac.in