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Channabasaveshwara Institute of Technology
N.H. 206, B.H. Road, Gubbi, Tumkur 572 216
(Near Bangalore), Karnataka, India.
Tel : 08131 223818 / 223365 / 223144
Fax : 08131 223177
Email : hr@cittumkur.org,
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DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL ENGINEERING


OVERVIEW

Civil engineering is a people-serving profession, concerned with the planning, design, construction and operation of large, complex systems such as buildings and bridges, water purification and distribution system, highways, rapid transit and rail systems, ports and harbors, airports, tunnels and underground construction, dams, power generating systems and structural components of aircraft and ships. Civil engineering also includes urban and city planning, water and land pollution and treatment problems and disposal of hazardous wastes and chemicals. The design and construction of these systems are only part of the many challenges and opportunities faced by civil engineers. The recent revolution in computers, communication and data management has provided new resources that are widely used by the professional civil engineer in providing safe, economical and functional facilities to serve our society.

At CIT, the Civil Engineering branch started in the academic year 2010 with an annual intake of 60 students. The department has state-of-the-art laboratories equipped with modern equipment. Currently undergraduate degree (B.E.) is offered by the department.

ACTIVITIES

The department routinely organizes technical talks by leading industry experts and academicians in diverse areas to spread awareness among students and staff. The department also undertakes Consultancy and Product Development projects for industries.

FDP on Emerging Trends in Concrete Technology
(ETCT-2015)

  • 1.Dr. K B Prakash
    Principal,Govt. Engg College, Devagiri, Haveri District on “Research Avenues in Concrete Technology” on 18-04-2015
  • 2.Dr. Radhakrishna
    Associate Professor,
    Dept. of Civil Engg,RVCE, B’lore on “Non-Traditional Cementing Materials-A Review” on 18-04-2015
  • Dr. K Ravi
    Director,
    Ashok Rao Mane Group of Institutions,Kolhapur, Maharashtra on on 18-04-2015
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FDP on Recent Trends in Civil Engineering
(RTCT-2016)

 

  • 1. On 22/07/2016 Dr. B C Udayashankar , Dr .R V Ranganath and Dr. Radhakrishnaon Sustainable Technologies , Modern Concrete – Changing Paradigm and Recent Developments in Concrete Technology
  • On 23/07/2016 Mr. T C Nagendra,Dr. M A Nagesh & Prof. R Shreedhar on Overview of Finite Element Analysis,GIS and its applications in Civil Engineering & Design of Hydraulic Structures

 

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Invited Talk

 

  • Dr. R Nagendra on “Quality Assurance of Construction Material through Testing” on 30-08-2017

 

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FDP on New Generation Concrete

 

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CALENDAR OF EVENTS

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Event
August

07-08-2017: Commencement of Odd Semester

 

30-08-2017: Guest Lecture – Quality Assurance of Construction Materials Through Testing Mr. Nagendra

September

16-09-2017: Faculty Development Program sponsored by ISTE,

 Topic – ‘New Generation Concrete’

 

23-09-2017: Guest Lecture – by Mr. Ganapathi, VP Brigade Groups

October

14-10-2017: Site visit to Brigade Constructions, Bangalore

21-10-2017: Site visit to Brick Manufacturing Unit, Tumkur

28-10-2017: Alumni talk by Mr. Bharath

November

11-11-2017: Guest Lecture by Adjunct Faculty

28-11-2017: Last Working Day

  • General holidays and public holidays are observed as per VTU calendar
  • VTU academic calendar is followed for classes and examinations

COURSE TIME TABLE

Time Table Download
2017-2018 Time table Download Time Table

LAB INFORMATION

The department is well equipped with state-of-the art laboratories and infrastructural facilities in all the thrust areas. Students get wide exposure and practical hands-on-training using sophisticated equipment's during lab sessions. The labs include

  • Basic Material Testing Lab

 

Carpet Area: 116.70 m2
Equipments: Electronic weighing machine, Electronic weighing machine, measuring cylinders, Universal Testing machine, Electronic extensometer, Mechanical Extensometer, Rockwell cum Brinell Hardness Tester, Impact testing machine, Vickers Hardness tester, Torsion testing machine, Fatigue Testing machine, Sieve shaker, Laboratory electronic oven.


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  • Survey Lab

 

Carpet Area: 30.096 m2
Equipments: Pentax Total station ,Dumpy Level, Surveyors compass ,Optical Square,Prismatic compass, Plane table with accessories ,Clinometer compass, Open cross staff ,French cross staff ,Box sextant,Line Ranger, Ghat Tracer, Abney Level, Std Vernier theodolite, Pentograph, Ranging rods, Revenue chain, Gunter’s chain, Tapes, GPS Navigator, EDM, Surveyor Compass.

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  • Environmental Engg Lab

 

Carpet Area: 89.74 m2
Equipments: pH Meter, Conductivity Meter, Turbidity Meter, Jar Test Apparatus, BOD Incubator, Imoff Cone with stand, Electronic weigh Balance, Spectro Photometer.

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  • Geology Lab

 

Carpet Area: 80.50 m2
Equipments: Hardness, Lustre, Cleavage Collection, Fracture, Tenacity, Streak Collection, Specific Gravity, Feel, Prop, Odour Collection, Magnetism & Electricity Collection, Plastic Specimen Trays, Streak Plates, Round Magnets: 30 mm dia, Pen Knives, Pocket Lens, Structural Geology Models, Geology Charts

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  • Fluid Mechanics Lab

 

Carpet Area: 158.00 m2
Equipments: Calibration of collecting tank(Gravimetric method)/Hydraulic coefficient of vertical orifice, Calibration of pressure gauge, Calibration of notches, Calibration of venture/orifice/nozzle meter with SS tanks, Verification of Bernoulli’s equation, Calibration of venture flume with SS tanks, Determination of Darcy’s friction factor for a straight pipe/major/minor losses with SS tanks, centrifugal pump, pelton wheel turbine, Kaplan turbine

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  • Geotechnical Engg Lab

 

Carpet Area: 67.40 m2
Equipments: Direct shear apparatus, unconfined compression strength apparatus, Consolidation apparatus, Tri axial shear test apparatus, sand replacement test apparatus, core cutter, and Permeability test apparatus, Atterberg’s apparatus, Pyconometer, Relative density apparatus, sieve shaker, swell test apparatus, proctor test apparatus.

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  • Concrete & Highway Materials Lab

 

Carpet Area: 116.70 m2
Equipments: CBR apparatus, Blaine’s Air permeability Apparatus, Aggregate Impact Value Apparatus, Cement Autoclave, Compaction, Factor Apparatus, Laboratory Concrete Mixer, Ductility testing Apparatus, Vee-bee Consistometer, Le-Chatelier’s Apparatus, Los Angles Abrasion Testing Machine, Concrete Permeability Apparatus, Marshall Stability Test Apparatus, Slump Test Apparatus, Vicat needle Apparatus, Flow Table (motorized),Automatic Penetrometer, Flash & Fire Point Apparatus, Tar Viscometer

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  • CAD Lab

 

Carpet Area: 333.00 m2
Total no. computers : 99

Software: Auto CAD, Staad Pro

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LABORATORY MANUALS

Semester Practical Title Download
III BMT LAB MANUAL Download Manual
SURVEYING MANUAL Download Manual
V CONCRETE LAB MANUAL Download Manual
GTE LAB MANUAL Download Manual
VII CONCRETE LAB MANUAL Download Manual
EVIRONMENTAL ENGG.LAB MANUAL Download Manual

COURSE STRUCTURE & SYLLABUS

Detailed course and curriculum outline can be found
CourseSchemeSyllabus
B.E Common to all I Sem/ II Sem(Old) Scheme Syllabus
B.E - Civil Engineering.(Old) Scheme Syllabus
CBCS First Year
CBCS Second Year Scheme

Syllabus(3rd )

Syllabus(4th )

CBCS Third Year Scheme

Syllabus(5th)

Syllabus(6th)

ACHIEVEMENTS

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Best out Going Student for Academic Year: 2015-16

 

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    • Secured 7th rank at VTU during the academic year 2015-16
    • Secured 7th rank in 2nd semester at VTU during the academic year 2012-13.
    • Secured 10th rank in 3rd semester at VTU during the academic year 2013-14.
    • Secured 3rd rank in 7th semester at VTU during the academic year 2015-16.
    • Got placed in a campus interview for CADeploy.


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PROFESSIONAL BODIES

The Civil Engineering Association (CEA) was formed with the primary purpose of exposing our students, civil-engineers-to-be, to the rigours of the profession. With both students and faculty as its members, the organization is responsible for conducting lecture series dispensed by distinguished practitioners of the trade to supplement classroom study with real-life civil engineering problems.


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