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Department of Civil Engineering

About

Civil engineering is a branch of engineering that deals with the design, construction, and maintenance of the built environment, including buildings, roads, bridges, water and sewage systems, and other infrastructure. Civil engineers play a crucial role in creating and maintaining the infrastructure around us, from the buildings we live and work in to the transportation systems that connect communities. Civil engineering involves the application of scientific and engineering principles to solve complex problems related to the built environment. This can include developing blueprints and design plans, overseeing construction projects, and conducting research to improve existing structures and systems. Civil engineers work closely with architects, construction workers, and other professionals to ensure that projects are completed on time, within budget, and to the highest standards of quality and safety. The Department of Civil Engineering was established in the year 2009. The Department offers 2 Programs Namely: B.Tech. in (Civil Engineering) and Diploma in (Civil Engineering). Department is equipped with well-qualified and dedicated faculty members to train students towards their holistic development. Currently, there are 07 members of faculty in the department of the best engineering college. The department provides students with learning mechanisms to develop their skills in the field as well as in academics. Students of B.Tech. Civil Engineering are facilitated with latest technologies in the field of civil engineering, servers, libraries with the latest Titles, NPTEL Course ware, and Journal salong side High-Bandwidth internet to facilitate effective learning. Students are imparted with training in cutting-edge technologies through Industrial visits, Seminars, Workshops and Guest Lectures alongside Technical Symposiums/paper contests; and co-curricular and Extracurricular events through the technical associations of the department.

Vision

The vision is to establish an outstanding centre of regional and national reputation for providing a quality engineering education, excellent, research services to professionals and community, to produce quality civil engineers and to employ principles of continual quality improvement to enhance its programme and faculty

Mission

M1. To serve the people of India and overseas by providing a broad and highquality education to students for a successful professional career.
M2. To conduct strong basic and applied research for national needs.
M3. To serve the construction industry, civil engineering profession and rural community through dissemination of knowledge and technical services.
M4: To provide individual attention and enable personality building.
M5. To impart and promote entrepreneurship skills among students.

PEO/ PSO/ PO

Undergraduate

❖ Course Name: B.Tech-Civil Engineering (4 Years)
❖ Level: UG
❖ Affiliation: I.K. G. Punjab Technical University
❖ Approval: AICTE, New Delhi

Program Educational Objectives (PEOs):

The program educational objectives (PEO) of the civil engineering program are that its graduates could demonstrate the following essential components of a successful engineer and/or consultant within two to four years after the graduation.

  1. To train the students so that they can work and contribute to the infrastructure development projects being undertaken by Government and private or any other sector companies.

  2. To train students in such as a way that they can pursue higher studies so that they can contribute to the teaching profession/research and development of civil engineering and other allied fields.
  3. To train students in a manner that they should function effectively in the multicultural and multidisciplinary groups for the sustainable development and growth of civil engineering projects and profession.

Program Specific Outcomes (PSOs)

PSO 1. The programme graduates will apply knowledge of mathematics and physical sciences to analyses and solve the problems in core areas of civil engineering such as structural engineering, geotechnical engineering, environmental engineering and surveying.

PSO 2. The programme graduates will design a system, component or process in structural, geotechnical and environmental engineering to meet desired needs within realistic constraints such as economic, environmental, social, health and safety, and sustainability.

PSO 3. The programme graduates will function and communicate effectively in multi-disciplinary team environment, and implement principles of project management with an understanding of professional and ethical responsibility.

Program Outcomes (POs)

  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: Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information 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.

Diploma

❖Course Name: Diploma-Civil Engineering (3 Years)
❖Level: UG
❖Affiliation: Punjab State Board of Technical Education and Industrial Training
❖Approval: AICTE, New Delhi

Program Educational Objectives (PEOs):

The program educational objectives (PEO) of the civil engineering program are that its graduates could demonstrate the following essential components of a successful engineer and/or consultant within two to four years after the graduation.

  1. To train the students so that they can work and contribute to the infrastructure development projects being undertaken by Government and private or any other sector companies.
  2. To train students in such as a way that they can pursue higher studies so that they can contribute to the teaching profession/research and development of civil engineering and other allied fields.
  3. To train students in a manner that they should function effectively in the multicultural and multidisciplinary groups for the sustainable development and growth of civil engineering projects and profession.

Program Specific Outcomes (PSOs)

PSO 1. The programme graduates will apply knowledge of mathematics and physical sciences to analyses and solve the problems in core areas of civil engineering such as structural engineering, geotechnical engineering, environmental engineering and surveying.

PSO 2. The programme graduates will design a system, component or process in structural, geotechnical and environmental engineering to meet desired needs within realistic constraints such as economic, environmental, social, health and safety, and sustainability.

PSO 3. The programme graduates will function and communicate effectively in multi-disciplinary team environment, and implement principles of project management with an understanding of professional and ethical responsibility.

Program Outcomes (POs)

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

Head of Department

Er. Sahil Sharma
HOD

HOD Message

Welcome to the Department of Civil Engineering
The work we do as practicing and future engineers is critical for an ever-changing world. Civil Engineers design infrastructure that powers our modern society, such as roads, bridges, buildings and water distribution systems. Civil engineers are creating a stronger, safer and more sustainable world, which we call the Built Environment.
Our department offers highest quality academic programs supported by laboratory facilities. Our faculty is dedicated to excellence in teaching while fostering an inclusive learning environment where everyone can thrive.
Our department also offers consultancy services and testing to the industrial belt of Punjab.
Our alumni work in exciting careers and leadership roles around the globe, meeting the complex engineering challenges we face today. If you picture yourself in a dynamic, meaningful career, a degree in Civil Engineering may be for you. I invite you to explore our academic programs for strategic direction for the future.

Faculty

S.No NAME OF FACULTY DESIGNATION QUALIFICATION E-MAIL
1.
Er. Sahil Sharma
HOD/ Assistant Professor
M. Tech (I.K Gujral PTU)
sahil.civil13@gmail.com
2.
Er. Bikramjit Singh
Associate Professor
PhD* (I.K. Gujral Punjab Technical University Jalandhar)
bikramjitkritjit@gmail.com
3.
Er. Sandeep Singh
Associate Professor
PhD* (Dr BR Ambedkar National Institute of Technology, Jalandhar)
sandywahla1992jan@gmail.com
4.
Er. Akarshan Uppal
Assistant Professor
PhD* (Dr BR Ambedkar National Institute of Technology, Jalandhar)
akarshanuppal@gmail.com
5.
Er. Ravinder Kaur
Assistant Professor
PhD* (Dr BR Ambedkar National Institute of Technology, Jalandhar)
ravindersandhu312@gmail.com
6.
Er. Harmeet Singh Chawla
Assistant Professor
M.Tech ( Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar)
harmeet.singhchawla14@gmail.com
7.
Er. Mansi Mahajan
Assistant Professor
M.Tech (Amritsar Group of Colleges)
mansimahajan444@gmail.com
8.
Er. Gurvinder Singh
Assistant Professor
M.Tech (DAV University,Jalandhar)
gs74937@gmail.com
S.No Description Year – Sem Content
1.
University Academic Calendar
2023-24
2.
Departmental Academic Calendar
2023-24
3.
University Syllabus
2023-24
4.
Time Table
2023-24
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Faculty Achievements

S.No Name of faculty Member FDP on Organized by AY
1.
Er. Bikramjit Singh
Quality Control of Concrete
NITTTR
2023-24
2.
Er. Bikramjit Singh
Technology Integration and NEP 2020
NITTTR
2023-24
3.
Er. Bikramjit Singh
Affordable Housing Techniques and Practices
NITTTR
2023-24
4.
Er. Sahil Sharma
Quality Control of Concrete
NITTTR
2023-24
5.
Er. Sahil Sharma
Construction Management
NITTTR
2023-24
6.
Er. Sahil Sharma
Universal Human Values
AICTE
2023-24
7.
Er. Sahil Sharma
Affordable Housing Techniques and Practices
NITTTR
2023-24
8.
Er. Ravinder Kaur
Climbing the Ladder: Personal and Professional Growth Roadmap
GOKUL GLOBAL UNIVERSITY
2023-24
9.
Er. Ravinder Kaur
Universal Human Values
AICTE
2023-24
10.
Er. Ravinder Kaur
Challenges in wastewater, air and land pollution in India
NIT, Jalandhar
2023-24
11.
Er. Ravinder Kaur
Water Recourses Management & Fluvial Hydraulics in Steep Mountain Streams
NIT, Jalandhar
2023-24
12.
Er. Akarshan Uppal
Challenges in wastewater, air and land pollution in India
NIT, Jalandhar
2023-24
13.
Er. Akarshan Uppal
Water Recourses Management & Fluvial Hydraulics in Steep Mountain Streams
NIT, Jalandhar
2023-24
14.
Er. Harmeet Singh Chawla
Construction Management
NITTTR
2023-24
15.
Er. Harmeet Singh Chawla
Universal Human Values
AICTE
2023-24
16.
Er. Harmeet Singh Chawla
Challenges in wastewater, air and land pollution in India
NIT, Jalandhar
2023-24

Publication

S.No Name of faculty Member Paper Title AY
1.
Er. Bikramjit Singh
Utilisation and Effect of Specimen Shape and Size on the Strength Properties of Concrete, ISBN: 978-81-19674-48-0
2023-24
2.
Er. Bikramjit Singh
A Review on Previous Concrete Pavements, ISBN: 978-81-19674-48-0
2023-24
3.
Er. Sahil Sharma
Utilisation and Effect of Specimen Shape and Size on the Strength Properties of Concrete, ISBN: 978-81-19674-48-0
2023-24
4.
Er. Sahil Sharma
A Review on Previous Concrete Pavements, ISBN: 978-81-19674-48-0
2023-24
5.
Er. Ravinder Kaur
Application of Electric arc furnace dust in Industry 4.0, ISBN: 978-81-19674-48-0
2023-24
6.
Er. Akarshan Uppal
Application of Electric arc furnace dust in Industry 4.0, ISBN: 978-81-19674-48-0
2023-24
7.
Er. Harmeet Singh Chawla
A Review on Previous Concrete Pavements, ISBN: 978-81-19674-48-0
2023-24
6.
Sukhmani Singh
Utilization and Effect of Specimen Shape and Size on the Strength Properties of Concrete, ISBN: 978-81-19674-48-0
2023-24
7.
Sukhmani Singh
A Review on Previous Concrete Pavements, ISBN: 978-81-19674-48-0
2023-24
8.
Paru Bist
Application of Electric arc furnace dust in Industry 4.0, ISBN: 978-81-19674-48-0
2023-24
9.
Paru Bist
The Impact of Women in Traditional Indian Society
2023-24
10.
Dhruv Shangari
Acknowledge Her Fight for Rights
2023-24
11.
Parveen Kumar
Acknowledge Her Fight for Rights
2023-24
12.
Aatif Mohiud Din
A Comprehensive Examination of Women’s Rights Across The Globe
2023-24

Students Achievements

S.No Name of Students Name of Achievements Date
1.
Aatif Mohiud Din, Kritaghya Sood, Naveen Kumar, Phul Babu Yadav, Ashish Kumar, Mohit Kumar, Mun Mun Kumar
Best Effort Department Award and Best Project Department (Energy Efficient Smart City)
21st March 2024
2.
Paru Bist, Satnam Singh, Praveen Kumar, Pintu Kumar Thakur, Anil Kumar, Ravi Kant Kumar, Antima Kumari, Manoj Kumar Manji, Dhamendra Kumar
Best Effort Department Wastewater Treatment Plant Model)
21st March 2024
3.
Manjit Singh, Tanveer Singh, James Benadictors, Dhruv Shangari, Chandrashekhar Kumar,, Anant Kumar, Manish Kumar, Gagan Kumar, Sukhraj Singh
Best Effort Department Award (Smart Junction, Dream Society)
21st March 2024
4.
Vishal, Md Faishal, Shakti Kumar, Sujeet Kumar, Ritik Kumar, Jagroop Singh, Sahil Sharma, Suman Kumar
Best Effort Department Award (Pervious Concrete, Light Weight Concrete)
21st March 2024
5.
Sukhmani Singh
ISTE Best Student Award 2023
27th Oct 2023
6.
Pintu Kumar Thakur
NCC, B-Certificate
21st July 2023
7.
Dhamendra Kumar
NCC, B-Certificate
21st July 2023

Placements of Students

S.No Name of Students Branch Company Name Position Offered Salery Offered (Yearly)
1.
Jaideep Singh
CE
MKC Infrastructure Ltd.
Trainee Engineer
3.0 LPA
2.
Karan Bhagat
CE
MKC Infrastructure Ltd.
Trainee Engineer
3.0 LPA
3.
Kiratjit Singh
CE
MKC Infrastructure Ltd.
Trainee Engineer
3.0 LPA
4.
Parmindergurpal Singh
CE
MKC Infrastructure Ltd.
Trainee Engineer
3.0 LPA
5.
Sukhmani Singh
CE
MKC Infrastructure Ltd.
Trainee Engineer
3.0 LPA

MOOCs Courses

S.No Name of Students Name of University Course Name Date
1.
Paru Bist
Coursera Project Network
Sketchup : How to start modeling simple 3D objects
2nd July 2023
2.
Vishal Saini
Ecole des Ponts- ParisTech
Mastering bitumen for better road and innovation application
19th July 2023
3.
Paru Bist
Columbia University
Construction Project Management
28th July 2023
4.
Vishal Saini
Israel Institute of Technology
Nanotechnology and Nanosensors, Part 1
13th Aug 2023
5.
Vishal Saini
National Taiwan University
BIM Fundamentals for Engineers
23rd Aug 2023
6.
Vishal Saini
Columbia University
Construction Project Management
29th Aug 2023
7.
Dhruv Shangari
Columbia University
Construction Project Management
25th Sep 2023
8.
Parveen Kumar
Columbia University
Construction Project Management
26th Sep 2023
9.
Chandrashekhar Kumar
Columbia University
Construction Project Management
15th Oct 2023
10.
MD Faishal
Columbia University
Construction Project Management
14th Oct 2023
11.
Parveen Kumar
Georgia Institute of Technology
Mechanics of Materials I: Fundamentals of Stress & Strain and Axial Loading
19th Oct 2023
12.
Naveen Kumar
Columbia University
Construction Project Management
26th Oct 2023
13.
Dhruv Shangari
Columbia University
Construction Scheduling
29th Oct 2023
14.
MD Faishal
Columbia University
Construction Scheduling
30th Oct 2023
15.
MD Faishal
Columbia University
Construction Cost Estimating and Cost Control
31st Oct 2023
16.
Parveen Kumar
Columbia University
Construction Scheduling
1st Nov 2023
17.
MD Faishal
Columbia University
Construction Finance
5th Nov 2023
18.
MD Faishal
Columbia University
The Construction Industry: The Way Forward
5th Nov 2023
19.
Vishal Saini
Dartmouth
Engineering of Structures: Shear and Bending
13th Nov 2023
20.
Kritaghya Sood
Columbia University
Construction Project Management
20th Dec 2023
21.
Parveen Kumar
Udemy
AutoCAD: 2D and 3D
16th Jan 2024
22.
Vishal Saini
IBM
Introduction to Artificial Intelligence (AI)
1st Mar 2024
23.
Vishal Saini
The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
Mastering Statics
9th Mar 2024

Program Coordination Committee

S.No Name of faculty Member Designation Position Parent organization
1.
Dr. Sandeep Devgan
HOD (Associate Professor)
Chairperson
KCET
2.
Dr. Atul Agnihotri
Associate Professor
Coordinator
KCET
3.
Dr. Jugraj Singh
Dean Academics (Associate Professor)
Member
KCET
4.
Dr. Amit Mahajan
Associate Professor
Member
KCET
5.
Dr. Sandeep Singh
Assistant Professor (IV-Module Coordinator)
Member
KCET
6.
Er. Navin Kumar
Assistant Professor (III-Module Coordinator)
Member
KCET
7.
Er. Vinod Kumar
Assistant Professor (II-Module Coordinator)
Member
KCET
8.
Er. Jasjeevan Singh
Assistant Professor(II-Module Coordinator)
KCET
Member

Project Review Committee

S.No Name of faculty Member Designation Position Parent organization
1.
Dr. Manju Bala
Director (Professor)
Chairperson
KCET
2.
Dr. Gurwinder Singh Grewal
Dean- T&P Cell (Associate Professor)
Coordinator
KCET
3.
Dr. Jugraj Singh
Dean Academics (Associate Professor)
Member
KCET
4.
Dr. Atul Agnihotri
Dean Research (Associate Professor)
Member
KCET
5.
Dr. Maalti Puri
IQAC Coordinator (Associate Professor)
Member
KCET
6.
Dr. Jasleen Kaur
HOD-CSE Associate Professor
Member
KCET
7.
Er. Bikramjit Singh
HOD-Civil Assistant Professor
Member
KCET
8.
Dr. Sandeep Devgan
HOD-ME Assistant Professor
Member
KCET
9.
Dr. Amit Mahajan
Associate Professor
Member
KCET
10.
Dr. Supreet Kaur
Associate Professor
Member
KCET

Laboratories

  • Surveying & Geometric Lab
  • Fluid Mechanics Lab
  • Solid Mechanics Lab
  • Concrete testing Lab
  • Transportation Lab
  • Geotechnical Lab
  • Environmental Lab
  • Structural Lab

Teacher Learning Method

Technical Activates

S.No Details Date
1.
Department of Civil Engineering organised an online expert talk entitled “Career Opportunities in Hill Road Construction &Bridges” by Er. Dushayant Singh Yadav, Junior Engineer, Department of BRO in seminar hall. Our guest speaker introduced the students of Civil Engineering about different competitive exams and discussed the tacts of cracking them .He also discussed about the design criteria and analysis of various live projects of hill roads in snowy areas and permanent &temporary bridges being carried out by him at different sites. It was a trailblazing experience and an interactional session for the students.
September 20, 2022
2.
Department of Civil Engineering organised an industrial visit to PGIMER site, Sector -12, Chandigarh at construction of Advanced Mother & Child Centre under HLL Infra Tech Services Ltd (HITES) under Ministry Of Health Affairs in Seminar hall .Er.Sameeksha Joshi, Assistant Professor, Er.Mansi Mahajan, Er.Harmeet Singh, along with the students of 3rd,5th & 7th semester visited the site.Er.Nand Lal Chauhan, Chief Engineer of the site interacted with the students and gave a brief description of the 5star rated green building project of an awarded budget of 162.17 Crores with a STP & ETP to be build inside. This five milestone project was started on 30th March,2021 with an estimated completion in two years .Er.Vinay Joshi,Xen explained the students about various construction works at the site i.e. combined raft foundation, columns, beams, slabs, fly ash brick work, ramps, staircases, lifts, basement parking etc. Students visited different blocks at the site and were explained well about it by the site engineers. It was an interactive and innovative industrial interaction for the students.
October 14, 2022
3.
Department of Civil Engineering in collaboration with IIC Cell organised an expert talk on “Career Opportunities in Securities Markets “ by Ms.Shubhangi Chaturvedi Assistant Manager Sr.- NISM Session.
November 29, 2022
4
Department of Civil Engineering along with Department of Mechanical Engineering , organised an expert talk on “Consumer Rights” by Ms Kirtsimran Kaur Nagpal, BA LLB(HONS), PGDCLCF ,Advocate and Legal Advisor, Punjab & Haryana High Court, Amritsar District & Sessions 2023 in seminar hall to celebrate World Consumer Rights Day. Our guest speaker had an interactive session with the students of Civil, Mechanical & CSE Department. She explained the consumer rights which we are not even aware of and sometimes just ignore to avail. She took different & appropriate examples to make each n every point clear for the students. She also discussed about the different consumer right cases filled by the consumers and were well compensated for it. Overall it was an interesting and informative session for students and faculty.
March 21, 2023
5.
Department of Civil Engineering organised an industrial visit to JMC PROJECTS India Ltd. at the site located at Kandowali village. The project scheme is to supply drinking water to 167 villages.The total project cost is 164 crores funded by NABARD &Jal Jeevan Mission.
May 03, 2023
6.
Department of Civil Engineering organised an industrial visit to water treatment plant under Devendra Construction Company at Water Supply & Sanitation Sub Division No-3, Batala site at village Parowal, Fetehgarh Chudian Road, Amritsar (Punjab).The project scheme is to supply drinking water to villages. The total project is funded by NABARD &Jal Jeevan Mission.
May 03, 2023
7.
Department of Civil Engineering arranged a Webinar through Online Mode which was attended by all Faculty members and students of Civil Engineering Department. Webinar by Utec by UltraTech Cement Limited was organised and the topic was “Causes, Prevention and Remedies of Cracks in RC Slab of Buildings” by Er. Ram Pant (Incharge Cement Application Lab, UltraTech Cement Limited. The Webinar provided an opportunity to learn about new skills and Technique to prevent cracks practices in Civil Engineering and designed to equip with the knowledge, strategies needed to tackle cracks in RC slab effectively.
September 20, 2023
8.
The Department of Civil Engineering and Mechanical Engineering, KCET-Amritsar organised expert lectures for 3 days two session every day on “Slope and Deflection & Bending and Shear Stresses”. Dr. Ajay Kumar (Associate Professor-HOD of Civil Engineering Department, NIT Delhi) interacted with students. He started the lecture through an interactive gesture by asking students about their views and thoughts of mechanics on structural. He elaborated the slope and deflection, moment area method, theory of simple bending, section modulus of various cross sectional shapes, Determination of bending stresses and Shear stresses. The expert lecture was very interactive, student’s fount the lecture very interesting and informative.
September 20-22, 2023
9.
Department of Civil Engineering organised a Expert Talk on “ An Interactive Session on Basic of Civil Engineering” by Dr. Ajay Kumar (HOD-Associate Professor Civil Engineering Department), NIT Delhi. The Expert talk was conducted for Civil Engineering Students at KCET, Amritsar. The expert talk was begins with open remark by Director, Registrar, HOD and in the presence of resource persons of internal faculties of Civil Engineering Department. The expert talk which will definitely enhance the basics and practical knowledge of the related course also it is acting as a bridging between the academic and industrial gap.
September 22, 2023
10.
Department of Civil Engineering organised a Workshop on “AUTOCAD 2D, 3D, 3DMAX “ by MR. HARNEK SINGH (DEXTROUS). The Workshop was conducted for Civil Engineering & Mechanical Students, at KCET, Amritsar. The motive of this workshop is to enhanced the knowledge about AUTOCAD, is a Computer-Aided design(CAD) program used for 2D Drafting and 3D modeling. STAAD, stands for Structural Analysis and Designing. STAAD Pro helps structural engineers automate their task by removing the tedious and long procedures of the mutual methods.
September 28, 2023
11.
Department of Civil Engineering organised Industrial Visit to construction site on 20 October 2023 at L&T Construction (Water Treatment Plant, Vallah,- Amritsar under Munciapal Corporation Amritsar. The Faculty and Students of B.Tech & Diploma visited the construction Site.Through the visit, students got an in-depth knowledge of the various components of the treatment plant. They also became familiar with the working principle and functions of various units of treatment plant such as Cascade Aerator, Parshall Flume, Distribution Chamber, flash mixer, Drop Chamber, Chlorinator Room, grit chamber, primary clarifier, aeration tank, secondary clarifier, sludge Storage shed, etc.
October 20, 2023
12.
Department of Civil Engineering organised webinar on *"BUILDING YOUR DREAM HOME: FROM CONCEPT TO COMPLETION" by Ar. Diksha Sharma (Principal Architect, Vayatee Design Studio) & Mr. Navneet Dass ( Marketing, Utec by UltraTech) on 7th Feb, 2024 through online mode which was attended by Faculty members and Students. The webinar provided an opportunity to learn about Building your dream house , whether it’s a single floor, a bungalow or a large villa infrastructure is a complex process that requires careful planning, coordination, and execution. The process of building a house involves multiple steps, and each step has to be executed correctly to ensure the success of the project. In this article, we will explore the various stages of the building process and the key considerations that go into each stage.
February 07, 2024
13.
The Department of Civil Engineering, KCET-Amritsar, organised an industrial visit to DELHI–AMRITSAR–KATRA EXPRESSWAY at Amritsar- Bypass PKG-3 GREEN FIELD BHARATMALA PROJECT on 9th February 2024 under National Highway Authority of India (NHAI), Ministry of Road Transport & Highways (MORTH) Govt. of India. The visited NHAI Project site is located on NH 354. The Faculty members and Students of B.Tech & Diploma visited the Highway construction Site.During the industrial visit, Mr. Basant Kumar (Resident Engineer cum Highway Engineer) has explained the various aspects of the construction Layers of Flexible Pavement- Embankment, Sub-grade, GSB, WMM, DBM, BC. Mr. Rakesh Kumar Sharma (Bridge Engineer) has explained Vehicle Under Pass- Box type and Pier- Abutment types, Railway Over Bridge foundation. Mr. Sandeep Kumar Tiwari (Material Engineer) has explained quality of material. Student The Engineer guided the visit in a lovely way and answered all the students.
February 09, 2024
14.
The Department of Civil Engineering, KCET-Amritsar, organised an industrial visit to Harike Headwork’s and Harike Wetland project at Harike (Punjab) on Monday 12th February, 2024 under Department of Irrigation and Department of Forest, Govt. of Punjab. The Faculty members and Students of B.Tech visited the Harike Headwork’s and wetland project site
February 12, 2024
15.
The Department of Civil Engineering, Khalsa College of Engineering & Technology, Amritsar organized Expert lecture for two days with nine sessions on “Mix Design and Production of Concrete” from 15th - 16th February 2024. The eminent speaker for the program Dr. Ajay Kumar (Associate Professor-HOD of Civil Engineering Department, National Institute of Technology, (NIT) Delhi interacted with the students. He has started the lecture through an interactive gesture by asking students about their views and thoughts about the Materials, Mechanisms & Structural performance. He also gave the knowledge about current trends in Concrete Technologies such as ultra-high strength concrete and use of maturity meter in while constructing using concrete. During the session, the Resource Person, Dr. Ajay Kumar shared his rich knowledge and experience on concrete and its applications. Many of the participants truly got inspired by his talk. On the whole, the event has proved successful. S. Rajinder Mohan Singh Chinna (Honorary Secretary) Khalsa College Charitable Society appreciated the efforts of Director Dr. Manju Bala, staff and students for active participation in such events.
February 15-16, 2024
16.
Department Event on World Sustainable Energy Day
February 27, 2024
17.
Department of Civil Engineering organised webinar on “CASE STUDY ON CONDITION ASSESSMENT OF EXISTING RCC STRUCTURE USING INFRA-RED TECHNOLOGY ATTACHED WITH UAV/DRONE” by DR. SANJAY MUNDRA-GENERAL MANAGER AT CONSTRUCTION DEVELOPMENT AND RESEARCH, NCCBM BALLABGARH, HARYANA) on 27th APRIL 2024 through online mode which was attended by Faculty members and Students. The webinar provided an opportunity to learn With immense development and contemporary technological progressions, the application of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) proceeds to remodel diverse industries and fields. The introduction of smart Drone-Powered solutions and the implementation of scientific instruments, enterprises have given a distinct denomination to traditional surveying and safety inspections of assets. Construction site monitoring and planning is a crucial sector that employs UAVs for enhanced performance, velocity, and precision of information. Exhibiting opportunities for extensive uses of drones, they are well-established in the numerous construction project steps such as pre-planning, comprehensive surveying, 3D mapping, construction process monitoring, quality monitoring, safety inspections, marketing, etc.
April 27, 2024

Value Added Courses

S. No Name of course Duration of Course Number of students attended Number of students passed Academic year
1.
Introduction to Microsoft Project
30 Hours
19
19
2023-2024
2.
AutoCAD 2D Isometric Drawing
30 Hours
9
9
2023-2024
3.
AutoCAD 3D Modeling Workflow
30 Hours
10
10
2023-2024
4.
DESIGN & BUILD WITH BIM
30 Hours
9
9
2023-2024
5.
Civil 2D Drafting With Autocad
30 Hours
10
10
2023-2024
6.
BIM for Construction Management and Planning
30 Hours
5
5
2023-2024
7.
AutoCAD Working in 3D Space
30 Hours
10
10
2023-2024
8.
AutoCAD 3D Drawing & Modeling
30 Hours
9
9
2022-2023
9.
Auto Cad 3D
30 Hours
6
6
2021-2022
10.
Auto Cad 3D
30 Hours
7
7
2020-2021
11.
BIM For collaborative construction management
30 Hours
42
42
2020-2021
12.
Auto Cad 2D
30 Hours
42
42
2019-2020

Internship

S. No Roll No. Name of Students Company Detail Academic Year
1.
2005508
Ajay Singh
SICCES PVT LTD G-17-G20 Murlibhawan, 10A, Ashok marg near Sriram tower Hazratganj, Lucknow. 226001
2023-24
2.
2005510
Atul Sharma
Training location: Water treatment plant (Vallaah) under ASCL Project
2023-24
3.
2005511
Charanjit Singh
Satnam Construction
2023-24
4.
2005512
Jaideep Singh
Satnam Construction
2023-24
5.
2005513
Karan Bhagat
Training location: Water treatment plant (Vallaah) under ASCL Project
2023-24
6.
2005514
Kiratjit Singh
Satnam Construction
2023-24
7.
2005515
Parmindergurpal Singh
Satnam Construction
2023-24
8.
2005516
Sukhmani Singh
National Highway Authority of India PIU NHAI Amritsar Project - Amritsar Bypass
2023-24
9.
2005517
Tarundeep Singh
Satnam Construction
2023-24
10.
1906665
Jaikrishanpal Singh
Sukhminder Singh & Associates
2022-23
11.
1906667
Kashish Bumrah
Gawar Construction Limited
2022-23
12.
1906669
Vanshdeep Singh
Gawar Construction Limited
2022-23
13.
2005558
Ankur Sharma
Sukhminder Singh & Associates
2022-23
14.
2005559
Atul Hans
Gawar Construction Limited
2022-23

Contact

Er.Sahil Sharma(HOD)
hod.civil@kcet.co.in

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