Civil Engineering




Department of Civil Engineering was started in the year 1979 with an intake of 40 under "Karnataka University, Dharwad". In the year 1984, the intake was increased to 60 with change in affiliating university as "Gulbarga University, Gulbarga". in the year 1998, the college got affiliated to "Visvesvaraya Technological University, Belgaum". Till date 37 batches of students have passed out from the branch.  



To become a school of excellence that brings out Civil Engineers with high technical competencies and promote high-end research to meet the current and future challenges in Civil Engineering



       - To offer UG programmes in civil engineering and other skill development courses that add value to student competencies
       - To promote quality education, consultancy for industrial and government agencies needs
       - To inculcate moral and ethical values among the students
       - To impart knowledge with emphasis on the development of leadership qualities in students
       - To encourage students to pursue higher education and take competitive exams and various career enhancing courses
       - To have regular interaction with industry and offer solutions to their problems



     1. Fully experienced and Qualified Faculty. 
     2. Adequate Infrastructure.
     3. Trusted mentorship offered to students.
     4. Overall performance of students is good.
     5. Consultancy services offered to government & private organisation. 
     6. Good number of faculty members are resource persons for skill development programme.

     1. Entry of students with  very low CET ranking. 
     2. Locality disadvantage- Place backwardness and climatic conditions. 

     1. Scope for starting new courses.
     2. Increase Industry Institute Interaction. 

     1. Decline in demand for technical education.
     2. Employment opportunities are declining in the present scenario.
     3. Competition from Government Engineering college with low fee structure, very near to our college.



    • Dr. R. Basawaraja, Ph.D.
      Experience-37 Years
    • Sankar Gowda Patil, M.Tech.
      Assistant Professor & HOD
      Experience-30 Years
    • Kristaiah Shetty, M.E.
      Assistant Professor
      Experience-13 Years
    • Subashchandra P., M.Tech.
      Assistant Professor
      Experience-8 Years
    • Sandeep Patil, M.Tech.
      Assistant Professor
      Experience-7 Years
    • Shruthi Shivaraj, M.Tech.
      Assistant Professor
      Experience-4 Years
    • Amaresha, M.Tech.
      Assistant Professor
      Experience-2 Years
    • Mahantesh Patil, M.Tech.
      Assistant Professor
      Experience-1 Years
    • Ananthalaxmi, M.Tech.
      Assistant Professor
      Experience-0.4 Years


The Department has 8 laboratories, with more than 25 dual core i3 computer systems connected through LAN. The Department also has WiFi facility. More than 6 license application softwares and many open license application softwares are present.

Reprographic facility is available in the department. All the labs have First Aid facilities along with CCTVs.


Laboratory details

Name of the Lab     Area in Sq.m     Major Equipments
Lab 1:
CHMT Lab    

Abrasion testing machine, Table vibrator, Vee-Bee Consistometer, Compaction factor, Bitumen penetrato meter, Slump cone test apparatus, vicat apparatus, Impact testing machine, set of IS sieves, Flakiness thickness gauge.

Lab 2:
H & HM Lab

Bernoulli's Apparatus,  Notches, Venturimeter, Weirs, Calibration of Dead Weight pressure gauge, Darce's friction apparatus, Venturiflume apparatus, Impact of Jet on Vanes.

Lab 3:
Geo-technical Engineering Lab

Tri-axial Shear test, Direct shear test, Consolidation test, Plate load test equipment, Consistency limit apparatus, Unconfined compression test apparatus, CBR test apparatus, standard penetration test apparatus, hydrometer test

Lab 4

20 nos HP Core i3 pc's,Benq Projector, UPS, A3 printer.

Lab 5
Surveying Lab
40.33 Total Station, 22 nos Theodolite, 17 nos Dumpy Level, 25 nos Prismatic Compass, 16 nos Plane table, 05 Auto level, Chains & Tapes, Ranging rods, staff.
Lab 6
Environmental Engineering Lab

Spectrophotometer, pH Meter, Neplopmeter, Electronic Weighing Balance, Conductivity meter, Magnetic stirrer, Hot oven, Muffle furnace, BOD Incubator, Distilled water plant.

Lab 7 
Geology Lab 
65.32 Specimens & Models
Lab 8
Basic Material Testing Lab
90.00 Universal Testing Machine, Impact testing machine, Hardness testing machine, Compression testing machine, torsion testing machine, fatigue testing machine.



PSOs & COs

Programme Specific Outcomes

PSO1: Familiarize civil engineering components and systems 
PSO2: Conduct experiments, analyse , design and interpret data 
PSO3: Solve problems in the Structural, Construction Management, Hydraulics,Geotechnical, Transportation and Environmental
            discipline of Civil Engineering
PSO4: Function effectively in multi-disciplinary teams 
Course Code 21MAT31
CO1 To solve ordinary differential equations using Laplace transform
CO2 Demonstrate the Fourier series to study the behaviour of periodic functions and their applications in system communications, digital signal processing and field theory.
CO3 To use Fourier transforms to analyze problems involving continuous-time signals and to apply Z-Transform techniques to solve difference equations
CO4 To solve mathematical models represented by initial or boundary value problems involving partial differential equations
CO5 Determine the extremals of functionals using calculus of variations and solve problems arising in dynamics of rigid bodies and vibrational analysis.

Course Name Geodetic Engineering 
Course Code 21CV32
CO1 Possess a sound knowledge of fundamental properties of fluids and fluid Continuum.
CO2 Compute and solve problems on hydrostatics, including practical applications.
CO3 Apply principles of mathematics to represent kinematic concepts related to fluid flow.
CO4 Apply fundamental laws of fluid mechanics and the Bernoulli’s principle for practical applications.
CO5 Compute the discharge through pipes and over notches and weirs.

Course Code 21CV33
CO1 Posses a sound knowledge of fundamental principles Geodetics.
CO2 Measurement of vertical and horizontal plane, linear and angular dimensions to arrive at solutions to basic surveying problems.
CO3 Capture geodetic data to process and perform analysis for survey problems.
CO4 Analyze the obtained spatial data and compute areas and volumes. Represent 3D data on plane figures as contours.
CO5 Apply various arithmetic and logical operations on integer and floating point numbers, hard wired control, microcontroller’s instructions and embedded systems.

Course Name Earth Resources and Engineering 
Course Code 21CV34
CO1 Students will able to apply the knowledge of geology and its role in Civil Engineering.
CO2 Students will effectively utilize earth’s materials such as mineral, rocks and water in civil engineering practices.
CO3 Analyze the natural disasters and their mitigation.
CO4 Assess various structural features and geological tools in ground water exploration, Natural resource estimation and solving civil engineering problems.
CO5 Apply and asses use of building materials in construction and asses their properties.

Course Code 21CVL35
CO1 Select suitable materials for buildings and adopt suitable construction techniques.
CO2 Adopt suitable repair and maintenance work to enhance durability of buildings.
CO3 Plan and design of residential or public building as per the given requirements

Course Name Personality Development and Soft skills (AEC) 
Course Code 21CV383
CO1 Reproduce the basic knowledge of mathematics and engineering in finding the strength in tension, compression, shear and torsion.
CO2 Identify, formulate and solve engineering problems of structural elements subjected to flexure.
CO3 Evaluate the impact of engineering solutions on the society and also will be aware of contemporary issues regarding failure of structures due to unsuitable materials.

Course Name Surveying lab
Course Code 17CVL38
CO1 Apply the basic principles of engineering surveying for linear and angular measurements.
CO2 Comprehend effectively field procedures required for a professional surveyor.
CO3 Use techniques, skills and conventional surveying instruments necessary for engineering practice.

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