About Us


The Civil Engineering Department has been in existence since the academic year 2009-10 with an intake approval of 60 students at present. The Department has got a highly qualified team of faculty members having rich experience within the academia and industry. The Department is committed to provide quality education and produce competent engineers to meet the growing demand for professionals in civil engineering.
The Department has set up state-of-the art laboratories that are on a par with Institutions of repute in different fields of civil engineering. The Department is also offering Consultancy & Testing Services to various government departments and contractors. With the existing facilities, the Department intends to develop itself as a promising consultancy & testing centre in the region and cater to the demands of society.
The Department has always remained in the forefront of innovation and development owing to its R&D initiatives, planning, design, construction and consultancy services. The Department boasts well equipped laboratories with all modern equipment in the specialized areas to meet the needs of students as well as R&D and consultancy works. Testing facilities related to civil engineering are also provided in the laboratories to fulfill the need of industries. The faculty of the Department has expertise in testing & consultancy services in the areas of civil engineering material testing, soil investigation, tests on cement, concrete and highway materials, non-destructive testing of concrete structures, water quality analysis, surveying works, analysis, design and drawing of civil engineering sub structures and super structures, estimation, costing and valuation of proposed and existing structures and third party inspection of civil engineering structures.
The Department invites eminent personalities and academicians from prestigious Institutions and industries to deliver quality lectures to the students frequently and has organized many highly useful workshops which are beneficial to the faculty, students and practicing engineers. The faculty members attend various workshops/conferences/training programmes on a regular basis, which would keep them abreast with the latest happenings and developments occurring in their related fields and upgrade their competencies and skill-sets up to date.

VISION


To emerge as a center of excellence in the field of Civil Engineering for developing technically expert professionals with ethical values to serve the requirements of industry and society.



Mission


  • To equip the graduates with advanced problem solving and insightful thinking skills by offering up to date educational experience.
  • To develop the technical knowledge of the students in different areas of Civil Engineering by adopting student-centric & activity based learning and outcome-based education with state of art equipment.
  • To absorb new knowledge with technical transformations by collaborating with Industry, Government bodies and R&D Organizations.
  • To produce expert Civil Engineering professionals adaptable to the changing technological environment with all-round leadership qualities, team spirit and entrepreneur skill set

Program Outcomes(PO's)


PO Number Graduate Attributes PO Statements
1 Engineering Knowledge Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex Engineering problems.
2 Problem Analysis Identify, formulate, review research literature, and analyze Complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.
3 Design/Development of Solutions Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety , and the cultural, societal , and environmental considerations.
4 Conduct Investigations of Complex Problems Ability to review research literature, use research methods to execute project and synthesize the problem to provide valid conclusions.
5 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.
6 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.
7 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.
8 Ethics Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
9 Individual and team work Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
10 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.
11 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.
12 Life-long Learning Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.

Program Educational Objectives(PEOs):


SNO PEO Number Program Educational Objectives
1 PEO1 Graduates will demonstrate technical components and leadership by analyzing designing and executing Civil Engineering structures using current techniques and tools.
2 PEO2 Graduates will be successful as professional engineers Academicians, researches, consultants in the field of civil engineering.
3 PEO3 Graduates will communicate effectively as individual or team members and be successful engineers in the local and global environment.
4 PEO4 Graduates will demonstrate lifelong learning through continuing education and professional development.

Programs Offered


PROGRAM: B.Tech (Civil)


Intake : 30 seats

ACADEMIC REGULATIONS FOR UG (B.Tech):

  1. Regulation scheme R19  click here
  2. Regulation scheme R15  click here

PROGRAM: M.Tech (Structural Engineering)


Intake : 24 seats

ACADEMIC REGULATIONS FOR PG (B.Tech):

  1. Regulation scheme R19  click here
  2. Regulation scheme R17  click here
  3. Regulation scheme R15  click here

HOD'S MESSAGE


     On behalf of all our faculty and staff, I would like to welcome you to the Civil Engineering Department at SVR Engineering College.
As a Head of the department, I am extremely proud of our role in providing high quality education and hands-on experience to our students. Civil Engineering Department has earned tremendous reputation for qualitative teaching-learning process, meaningful teacher-student interactions, laboratories and well qualified faculty; positively contributing to the community through teaching, other activities.
With a well-planned mission and untiring efforts of our highly committed faculty, and staff, the department is striving hard to achieve its vision of becoming a center of excellence in the field of technical education and producing large number of qualified engineers, majority of whom settled well in India and abroad also.Our department is constantly working towards all-round skill development of our students by organizing guest lectures, seminars, workshops, conferences and career service events facilitated by national and international experts.


Our Faculty


PG & UG Faculty

SNO NAME OF THE FACULTY DESIGNATION QUALIFICATION Profile
1 Dr. A.RAVI THEJA Assoc Professor & HoD Ph.D more
2 Dr. B. SURYA PRAKASH REDDY Asst. Professor Ph.D more
3 Mr. Y. VENKATA RAMI REDDY Asst. Professor M.Tech more
4 Mr. M.MALLIKARJUNA Asst. Professor M.Tech more
5 Miss. P. MANJUSHA Asst. Professor M.Tech more
6 Mrs. K. SWETHA Asst. Professor M.Tech more
7 Mr. K. SHAMMAD BASHA Asst. Professor M.Tech more
8 Mr. Y. Kaseeswara Reddy Asst. Professor M.Tech more
9 Mr. C.MADHU ANJENEYULU Asst. Professor M.Tech more
10 Mr. S. Abdul Nizam Asst. Professor M.Tech more
11 Mr. S AQUIB JAVEED Asst. Professor M.Tech more
12 Mr. SHAIK ABDULLA Asst. Professor M.Tech more
13 Mr. K. MAHENDRANATH REDDY Asst. Professor M.Tech more

Diploma Faculty


1 Mr.M.RAMASUBBA REDDY Principal B.Tech more
2 Mrs. NAGASWARAM GAYATHRI SUNKANNA Lecturer B.Tech more
3 Mr. SHAIK HUSSAIN BASHA Lecturer B.Tech more
4 Mr. MULLA ROSHAN ZAMEER Lecturer B.Tech more
5 Mr. SHAIK MAHAMMAD HUSSAIN Lecturer B.Tech more
6 Mr. S.Md.Illas Lecturer B.Tech more
 

NPTEL

SNO Name of the Student Name of the Course GRADE
1 BHARATHI GONDDENLA Environmental   Impact Assessment Successfully   Completed
2 environmental impact   assessment Environmental   Impact Assessment Elite
3 HUSSEN BASHA SHIAK Environmental   Impact Assessment Elite
4 LALU SAHEB DUDEKULA Environmental   Impact Assessment Elite
5 MAHAMMAD ALTHAF   KATIKE Environmental   Impact Assessment Successfully   Completed
6 VAMSHI KALLU Environmental   Impact Assessment Successfully   Completed
7 VENKATA HEMCHAND   UPPARA Environmental   Impact Assessment Successfully   Completed
8 BHASKAR MAMUDDU Environmental   Impact Assessment Successfully   Completed
9 CHENNAKESAVA KOPPULA Environmental   Impact Assessment Successfully   Completed
10 DASTAGIRI DUDEKULA Environmental   Impact Assessment Elite
11 DILEEP YANUMULA Environmental   Impact Assessment Elite
12 FIROZ SHAIK Environmental   Impact Assessment Elite
13 GAYATHRI GOPIREDDY Environmental   Impact Assessment Elite
14 GEETHA MADHURI KUKKA Environmental   Impact Assessment GRADE
15 GOWTHAM KUMAR KALE Environmental   Impact Assessment Successfully   Completed
16 INDRAJA KATASANI Environmental   Impact Assessment Elite
17 KALYAN KUMAR BANDARU Environmental   Impact Assessment Successfully   Completed
18 KASTURI BOGGU Environmental   Impact Assessment Successfully   Completed
19 KIRAN KUMAR   GOPAVARAM Environmental   Impact Assessment Elite
20 LAKSHMI NARASIMHA   MADDURU Environmental   Impact Assessment Elite
21 LOKESH MANJALI Environmental   Impact Assessment Elite
22 MHENDRA NATH A Environmental   Impact Assessment Elite
23 MUNAF K Environmental   Impact Assessment Elite
24 NAGA UMESH REDDY   KONDA Environmental   Impact Assessment Successfully   Completed
25 NARESH TOOMU Environmental   Impact Assessment Successfully   Completed
26 PAVAN KUMAR MANDIGIRI Environmental   Impact Assessment Elite
27 SAI SUJITH RAO   MAHENDRAKAR Environmental   Impact Assessment Successfully   Completed
28 SATISH KUMAR   KOTTAM Environmental   Impact Assessment Elite
29 SRAVANI ANUMALA Environmental   Impact Assessment Elite
30 SREE RAMULAIAH   KUMMARI Environmental   Impact Assessment Elite
31 SREEKANTH MEDABOYANA Environmental   Impact Assessment Elite
32 SUCHITHRA PAGIDI Environmental   Impact Assessment Elite
33 UDAY KISHORE   MUNAGALA Environmental   Impact Assessment Elite
34 SRINIVASULU   NANDAVARAM Environmental   Impact Assessment Elite
35 MOHAMMED IRFAN SAHIK Environmental   Impact Assessment Successfully   Completed

MENTORS List


Mentor list for the Academic years 2017-2024 Click Here

EVENTS

# Academic year Name of the Event Date of events
1 2023-2024 Field Visit 14-Oct-2023
2 2023-2024 Owk Reservoir 7-Oct-2023
3 2022-2023 Maha cement factory 22-Oct-2022
4 2021-2022 GORUKALLU RESERVOIR 15-Sep-2021

CIVIL ENGINEERING LABS

The Department of Civil Engineering consists of 9 Technical laboratories and one Computer Lab with Internet facility of 15 Mbps bandwidth. These labs are a constant hub of all the practical activities as well as the R&D activities in the Department. The following laboratories are established in the department: The following are the laboratories which were established.

  1. Surveying Lab - I & II
  2. Strength of Materials Lab
  3. Fluid Mechanics And Hydraulic Machinery Lab
  4. Concrete Technology Lab
  5. Engineering Geology Lab
  6. Geotechnical Engineering Lab
  7. Environmental Engineering Lab
  8. Highway Materials Lab
  9. CAD Lab

Lab Equipment Details

Technical laboratories Equipment Details click here

RESEARCH PUBLICATIONS - AY (2022-2023)


  1. A Ravitheja published “Improvising the Self-Healing Capabilities of Concrete Using Different Pozzolanic Materials and Crystalline Admixtures” in Journal of Wuhan University of Technology-Mater. Sci. Ed.,2022 CLICK HERE

  2. A Ravitheja published “Influence of Nano-Materials on Mechanical and Permeation Characteristics of High Strength Concrete” in Journal of Wuhan University of Technology-Mater. Sci. Ed.,2022, CLICK HERE

  3. A Ravitheja published “Predicting The Strength Properties of Self Healing Concrete Using Artificial Neural Network” inThe Journal of Soft Computing in Civil Engineering.,2023, CLICK HERE

  4. M. Mallikarjunapublished “PERFORMANCE OF SELF-COMPACTING CONCRETE USING A VARIETY OF ADMIXTURE” in INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PROGRESSIVE RESEARCH IN ENGINEERING MANAGEMENT AND SCIENCE (IJPREMS) ,2023 CLICK HERE

  5. K. Shammad Basha published “PERFORMANCE OF SELF-COMPACTING CONCRETE USING A VARIETY OF ADMIXTURE” in INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PROGRESSIVE RESEARCH IN ENGINEERING MANAGEMENT AND SCIENCE (IJPREMS),2023 CLICK HERE

  6. K. Shammad Basha published “EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATIONS OF GLASS FIBER REINFORCED HIGH PERFORMANCE CONCRETE WITH ADMIXTURES” in INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PROGRESSIVE RESEARCH IN ENGINEERING MANAGEMENT AND SCIENCE (IJPREMS) ,2023 CLICK HERE

  7. M. Mallikarjuna published “BEHAVIOUR OF FIBROUS HIGH- PERFORMANCE CONCRETE CONTAINING RECYCLED CONCRETE” in INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PROGRESSIVE RESEARCH IN ENGINEERING MANAGEMENT AND SCIENCE (IJPREMS) ,2023 CLICK HERE

RESEARCH PUBLICATIONS - AY (2021-2022)


  1. P.MANJUSHA published a paper “EFFECT OF LECAON CORROSION RESISTANCE OF SELF-CURING CONCRETE” in NeuroQuantology -Vol.7 No.6 June, 2022 CLICK HERE

  2. Dr.A Ravi Theja published a paper “How the re-gained characteristics of self-healing concrete with crystallised admixture and GGBSA are affected by the curing conditions” The International Journal of Health Sciences (IJHS), 6(S3), 2495–2502. CLICK HERE

  3. Dr. A Ravi Thejapublished a paper “Improvising the Self-Healing Capabilities of Concrete Using Different Pozzolanic Materials and Crystalline Admixtures” in Journal of Wuhan University of Technology-Mater Sci Ed,37, pages429–439 (2022)CLICK HERE

  4. Y. VENKATA RAMIREDDY published a paper “EFFECT OF LECAON CORROSION RESISTANCE OF SELF-CURING CONCRETE” in NeuroQuantology -Vol.7 No.6 June, 2022 CLICK HERE

  5. Dr.J.Vara Prasad published a paper “How the re-gained characteristics of self-healing concrete with crystallised admixture and GGBSA are affected by the curing conditions” The International Journal of Health Sciences (IJHS), 6(S3), 2495–2502. CLICK HERE

  6. Dr A RAVI THEJA published a paper “EFFECT OF LECAON CORROSION RESISTANCE OF SELF-CURING CONCRETE” in NeuroQuantology -Vol.7 No.6 June, 2022 CLICK HERE

  7. Mr.Y.Venkatarami Reddypublished a paper “How the re-gained characteristics of self-healing concrete with crystallised admixture and GGBSA are affected by the curing conditions” The International Journal of Health Sciences (IJHS), 6(S3), 2495–2502. CLICK HERE

  8. Dr. A Ravi Theja published a paper “Influence of Nano-Materials on Mechanical and Permeation Characteristics of High Strength Concrete” in Journal of Wuhan University of Technology-Mater Sci Ed,37, pages416–422 (2022)CLICK HERE

  9. M. MALLIKARJUNA published a paper “EFFECT OF LECAON CORROSION RESISTANCE OF SELF-CURING CONCRETE” in NeuroQuantology -Vol.7 No.6 June, 2022CLICK HERE

  10. 5. Dr. A Ravi Theja published a paper “Influence of nano TiO2 on strength and durability properties of geopolymer concrete” in Materials TodayProceedingsVolume 45, Part 2, 2021, Pages 1017-1025 CLICK HERE

  11. K. SHAMMAD BASHA published a paper “EFFECT OF LECAON CORROSION RESISTANCE OF SELF-CURING CONCRETE” in NeuroQuantology -Vol.7 No.6 June, 2022CLICK HERE



RESEARCH PUBLICATIONS - AY (2020-2021)



  1. Mr. M. Mallikarjuna published a paper “Mechanical Properties of Concrete by Using Fly Ash and Cow Dung Ash”in International Journal of Innovative Research in Science, Engineering and Technology (IJIRSET),Volume 10, Issue 6, June 2021CLICK HERE

  2. Mr. KADAPA SHAMMAD BASHApublished a paper “STUDY ON STRENGTH AND DURABILITY PROPERITIES OF M30 GRADE CONCRETE BY USING SILICA FUME AND MARBLE POWDER WITH ADDITION OF STEEL FIBERS” in Journal of Applied Science and Computations, Volume VIII, Issue XI, November/2021CLICK HERE

  3. Mr. K.Shammad Basha published a paper “Mechanical Properties of Concrete by Using Fly Ash and Cow Dung Ash”in International Journal of Innovative Research in Science, Engineering and Technology (IJIRSET),Volume 10, Issue 6, June 2021CLICK HERE

  4. Mr Y. Venkata Rami Reddypublished a paper “Mechanical Performance of Bituminous Concrete in Corporating Steel Slag with Natural Aggregate” in International Journal of Innovative Research in Science, Engineering and Technology (IJIRSET),Volume 10, Issue 2, February 2021CLICK HERE

  5. Mr.G. Pavan Kumar published a paper “Mechanical and durability properties of hybrid fiber reactive powder concrete” in Materials Today: Proceedings,Volume 46, Part 1, 2021, Pages 16-20CLICK HERE

  6. Mr. A Ravi Theja published a paper “Mechanical and durability properties of hybrid fiber reactive powder concrete” in Materials Today: Proceedings,Volume 46, Part 1, 2021, Pages 16-20CLICK HERE

  7. Mr. C. Madhu Anjaneyulu published a paper “Mechanical and durability properties of hybrid fiber reactive powder concrete” in Materials Today: Proceedings,Volume 46, Part 1, 2021, Pages 16-20CLICK HERE

  8. Mr. A.Siva Nagaraju published a paper “Mechanical Performance of Bituminous Concrete in Corporating Steel Slag with Natural Aggregate” in International Journal of Innovative Research in Science, Engineering and Technology (IJIRSET),Volume 10, Issue 2, February 2021CLICK HERE

RESEARCH PUBLICATIONS - AY (2019-2020)



  1. Mr. G.Pavan Kumar published a paper “Effects of Mechanical Properties of Concrete with Tio2 and Ggbs” in International Journal of Recent Technology and Engineering (IJRTE) ISSN: 2277-3878 (Online), Volume-9 Issue-1, May 2020 CLICK HERE

  2. A Ravi Theja published a paper“Impact on cementitious materials on high strength concrete–A review “ in Materials Today: Proceedings,Volume 46, Part 1, 2021, Pages 21-23CLICK HERE

  3. Manjusha published a paper “Stabilization Of Black Cotton Soil (Subgrade) Using Terrazyme And Hypo Sludge As Road Construction Material” in JOURNAL OF RESOURCE MANAGEMENT AND TECHNOLOGY, Vol 11,issue 3,March -2020-CLICK HERE

  4. Mr.A.Ravi Theja published a paper “Effects of Mechanical Properties of Concrete with Tio2 and Ggbs” in International Journal of Recent Technology and Engineering (IJRTE) ISSN: 2277-3878 (Online), Volume-9 Issue-1, May 2020CLICK HERE

  5. G. Pavan Kumar published a paper“Impact on cementitious materials on high strength concrete–A review “ in Materials Today: Proceedings,Volume 46, Part 1, 2021, Pages 21-23CLICK HERE

  6. C. Madhu Anjaneyulu published a paper“Impact on cementitious materials on high strength concrete–A review “ in Materials Today: Proceedings,Volume 46, Part 1, 2021, Pages 21-23CLICK HERE

  7. Mr. J Vara Prasad published a paper “Stabilization Of Black Cotton Soil (Subgrade) Using Terrazyme And Hypo Sludge As Road Construction Material” in JOURNAL OF RESOURCE MANAGEMENT AND TECHNOLOGY, Vol 11,issue 3,March -2020 CLICK HERE

  8. Mr. J.Vara Prasad published a paper “COMPARATIVE STUDY OF STATIC AND DYNAMIC SESIMIC ANALYSIS OF MULTI STORIED BUILDING R.C.C BUILDING BY USING ETABS SOFTWARE” in Journal of Engineering Science,Vol 11, issue 3,March -2020CLICK HERE

  9. Mr. J.Vara Prasad published a paper “A COMPARATIVE STUDY ON VERTICAL SETTLEMENT OF A MULTI STORIED BUILDINGS SUPPORTED BY PILE GROUPS EMBEDDED IN VARIOUS SOILS BY ETABS SOFTWARE” in Journal of Engineering Science, Vol 11, issue 3,March -2020CLICK HERE

  10. Mr. J.Vara Prasad published a paper “Effect of Sea Water on Bethamcherla Stone Powder Waste Geopolymer Concrete” in Journal of Gujarat Research Society ,Vol. 21 No. 11 - 2019-11-21CLICK HERE