About Civil Engineering Department

Civil Engineering is one of the oldest branches of engineering, whose legacy is present throughout the history of the world. The modern civilization has its roots in Civil Engineering. The world is in a desperate need for the Civil Engineers; in particular, India needs almost 10 lakh Civil Engineers to continue its projects. With the aim to stand on par with the present Engineering trends, Department of Civil Engineering was established in the year 2009 with an intake of 60students in Under Graduate Course. Since inception there was never a turn back and in the year 2013 Post Graduate program-M.Tech in Structural Engineering was started with an intake of 24 students.

Department is run under the headship of eminent and most dedicated Head Dr. VVVS Murty professor,  holding his PhD from IIT-Kharagpur. With a vast experience of 25 years in industry and 10 years of teaching and holding memberships in various esteem Institutions like Institution of Engineers, Indian Roads Congress, Indian Value Engineering Society, Indian Society for Theoretical & Applied Mechanics and many more, he is also the holding the post of Principal of this Institution. Sir is still continuing to render his services to many other leading Institutes and private organizations in India and many other countries abroad with his vast knowledge, research experience & mastery. Having done his Post Doctoral Research, Applied Research, with many National & International Publications, sir has conducted many workshops and delivered many lectures in India & abroad.

Faculty regularly participate, organize and conduct many Faculty Development Programs and also publish their work in reputed Journals National & International. Students have regular Industrial and institutional visits to provide them practical knowledge. Video lectures, special guest lectures and interactive e- class rooms are a part of regular curriculum. Students of department are encouraged to work with many organizations like Lions Club, Rotract where they can improve their personalities  by indulging in team works.

VISION :

To impart knowledge and excellence in civil engineering and technology with global perspectives to our students and to make them ethically strong engineers to build our nation and to Develop competent Civil Engineers to offer excellent professional and community services regionally and globally

MISSION :

  • To produce Civil Engineers of good Calibre ,Technical skills and Ethical Values to serve the society and nation.
  • To make the Department A Centre Of Excellence In The Field of Civil Engineering And Allied Research.
  • To provide knowledge base and Consultancy Services to the community in all areas of Civil Engineering.
  • To promote innovative and original thinking in the minds of budding Engineers to face the challenges of future.
  • To inculcate knowledge based Civil Engineering education amongst the graduates to empower them with necessary skills and values required for higher education, research and industry for their comprehensive acceptance at global level.

Educational Mission:

Inspire the leaders of tomorrow to take on the challenge of creating and sustaining the built environment that underpins our society. Enable these leaders with fundamental engineering knowledge, a broad set of skills, and an inquisitive attitude. In partnership with the many disciplines that makeup the civil engineering field, and in the face of uncertain information, as well as ever-changing needs, risks, and constraints – create engineers who successfully adapt and innovate solutions for the built environment

Research Mission :

Provide knowledge and tools that enable civil engineering to evolve away from empirical ad hoc approaches into strategies based on scientifically grounded analysis, using fundamental mechanics, integrating uncertainty, and navigating the conflicting objectives inherent in successful civil engineering design.

Service Mission :

Graduate students with an appreciation for the importance of service to their professions and to their communities. Provide experiences that cultivate a sense of commitment to others so that we graduate not only qualified professionals, but also dedicated members of their communities who actively seek opportunities to improve the lives of those around them

Programmed Educational Objectives (PEOs) :

  • Graduates will sustain intellectual curiosity and pursue lifelong learning not only in areas that are relevant to Civil engineering, but also that are important to society.
  • Graduates will achieve broad and in-depth knowledge of Civil Engineering relating to industrial practices and research to analyze the practical problems and think creatively to generate innovative solutions using appropriate technologies.
  • Graduates will make valid judgment, synthesize information from a range of sources and communicate them in sound ways appropriate to their discipline.
  • Graduates will adapt to different roles and demonstrate leaderships in global working environment by respecting diversity, professionalism and ethical practices

Program Outcomes (POs) :

  • Engineering Knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering Fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
  • Individual and Team Work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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 Specific Outcome (PSOs) :

  • Graduates will have the ability to design a civil engineering system or process to meet the desired needs of the society.
  • Graduates will have the ability to design and conduct experiments in various areas of civil engineering as well as analyze and interpret data

Faculty- CIVIL


Name:  Dr. V.V.V.S. MURTY

Designation:  PROFESSOR

Qualification: –

  • B.TECH (CIVIL), JNT.M.S (ENGG.)
  • REC, JAMSHEDPUR. PH.D., I.I.T., KHARAGPUR.)

 Total Experience: – 30 YEARS

  1. 18 Years with TATA Steel as Manager (Structural Design).
  2. 6 years with PENNAR Steel (Deputy General Manager) Design.
  3. 10 Years Director of Engineering Consultancy.
  4. More than 200 projects in Different Civil Engineering fields including Jalayagnam and International Airport- Shamshabad.
  5. About 500 building projects to American Metal Building Industry.
  6. Life Member- I.R.C., I.C.E and I.S.T.A.M
  7. Published about 15 research papers in international conferences.
  8. Principal for the last three years (Sree Dattha Institute of Engineering & Science).
  9. Guided one Ph.D. (Awarded) from JNTU in metal Building in 2012.
  10. Guided 3 M.Techs (Awarded) two from Ranchi Univ. in 1994 & one from JNTU in 2014.
  11. Guiding currently, One Ph.D registered with JNTU in 2014 in Aluminium foam composites.
  12. Guided two M.Techs registered with JNTU in 2015 in Irrigation Structures.

Name:  Dr. P. RAVINDRA MURTHY
Designation: ASSISTANT PROFESSOR
Qualification: –
  • B.E (CIVIL ENGG)., M.TECH (STRU. ENGG).,
  •  PH.D (CIVIL ENGG)., FIE., C. ENG (I)., MIASTRUCTE
Additional Qualifications:
  • CERTIFICATE of PARTICIPATION: IN EARTH QUAKE RESISTANT DESIGN OF  STRUCTURES. Indian Institute of Technology- Roorkee, India.

Academic Achievements:

  1. First Rank in M.Tech. (Structural Engg.) Entrance Exam-1997.
  2. First Rank in M.Tech. (Structural Engg.) Entrance Exam-1996.
  3. 35th Rank in Engineering Entrance Exam-1993.

 Total Experience: – 18 YEARS

  1. 18 Years of Structural Steel Design and Team Management.
  2. Thyssenkrupp Industries India pvt Ltd as Associate Vice President-Sturctural (Design and Engineering Division) from Dec 2015 to 3rd Feb 2017.
  3. TATA BlueScope Steel Ltd, Pune, India (joint Venture Between TATA Steel-India and BlueScope-Australia).
  4. Team Lead-Engineering, (Building Solutions) Level as General Manager from Jan-2011 to Nov-2015.
  5. M/s MOLD-TEK TECHNOLOGIES LTD, Hyderabad, India worked from April-2001 to Sep-2005 as a multiple positions.
  6. M/s PENNAR INDUSTRIES LTD worked as a Senior Engineer (Technology and Busi.Dev) from Aug 200 to April-2001.
  7. GLOBAL TECHNOLOGIES INTERNATIONAL LTD., worked as a Structural Engineer from July-1999 to Aug-2000.
  8. P. PENTAIAH & SON worked as a Design Engineer from Jan-1997 to Dec-1997.

Publications:

  1. P. Ravindra Murthy, Dr,V.V.V.S . Murthy and Dr.N.V.Ramana Rao” Retrofit design of Metal buildings”, Institute for Steel Development and growth (INSDAG), INSDAG’s Steel in Construction , July 2005, Vol, No.2.
  2. S.Mehesh, P. RavindraMurthy, KrishnaKant Rane “Crane Support Structures in Metal Buildings” Published by INSDAG (Year book 2013).

Name: Dr. T.P. SRINIVASAN

Designation: PROFESSOR

Qualification: – PHD (ENGG GEOLOGY)

Total Experience: – 33 YEARS

LIST OF PAPERS PUBLISHED /ACCEPTED/COMMUNICATED

Before PhD

  • The Settupslle Alkaline Pluton, Prakasham Dist. A.P. India ; Geoviews 1981 Vol.9 pp.379-386
  • Some preliminary observations on the Purimetla Alakaline Pluton, Prakasam Dist. A.P. Geoviews 1980 Vol.8 pp 93-98.
  • Occurrence of Nepheline Syenite within Quartz Syenite of Settupalle, Prakasam Dist. A.P Curr.sci.1982 Vol.51 pp.354-355.

EXPERIENCE:

 READER IN GEOLOGY 1992-2012   

Innovative Teaching Methodologies at UG level for Geology Students-due mainly because of the induction of Geology at the UG level.

HEAD OF THE DEPARTMENT 1998-2012

  • Administrative responsibility of the Geology department along with Academic coordination with the departmental staff.

ACADEMIC COORDINATOR 2008-2012

  • It is purely centered on bettering the academic aspects of the entire institution-with the aid of timely examinations and introduction of new courses into the portfolio.

UGC COORDINATOR 2008-2012

  • Assisting the principal in coordinating UGC grants and their fair and timely distribution to every department in the institution.

NSS COORDINATOR 2008-2009

  • Responsible for supervising the social work undertaken by the students for the National service Scheme(s).

PRESIDENT-TEACHING STAFF ASSOCIATION (BNSC)   2007-2012

  • To look after the welfare of the staff and their problems (if any) with the administration.

GENERAL SECRETARY-BNSCALUMINI ASSOCIATION

  • This responsibility is a coordinated and, alongside the institution by the Alumni-so far as the development of the college is concerned.

CHIEF COORDINATOR AND VISITING PROFESSOR FOR GEOLOGY (P.G) BNSC   2014 – TILL DATE

  • To look after the M.Sc. Geology course along with UG merits.

After PhD

  • Occurrence of cellular lamprophyres in the Settupalle Alkaline Pluton, Prakasam Dist. A.P   ,Sci.1986 Vol 55 pp474-476
  • The Sub alkaline and alkaline rocks of Settupalle complex, Prakasam Dist. A.P India Mem, Geol,.Soc .India 1989 Vol 15 pp 241-263
  • Significance of fayalite (+ quartz) assemblage in Gokarnakonda Syenite Prakasham dist. A.P. India Jour, Geol , Soc Indis ,1990 Vol 36 pp 143-153
  • The mid proterozoic dyke – swarm of mica lamprophyres and microshokinites from Elchuru, IndiaS Proc. vol of second international dyke conference, Adelaide Australia 1990 pp 349-362
  • Management of water resources Northen Rajasthan Sym. India Assn. of hydrologists Rajkot Gujarat 1991
  • The Hutti Schist Belt Karnataka, India international Archaean Symposium Perth, Australia 1990
  • Minerology and Textural features of Settupalle Syenites Prakasam Dist. A.P Jour. Geol Soc, India 1995 Vol45 pp 137-144
  • The mid and upper proteroxzoic Fayalit Bearing Ferrosienites from the Dharwar Craton India. Precambrian 95 , Montreal Canada pp 215-21

LAST 5 YEARS

  • Three Dimensional magmatism in Settupalle Sub-alkaline and alkaline complex Prakasam provience India proc Vol. Goldschmidt 2010 conference.
  • Significance of Ocelli in Lamprophyres of Prakasam provience. A.P India Proc.Vol Geochemica cosmochemical acta.2012.
  • Mineralogy and textural features of Settupalle syenties. Prakasam Dist. A.P presented in national seminar on emerging trends in Geosciences held in Bhavans New science college Narayanguda. March 14-15,2014
  • P-T-Fo relations in fayalite (+quartz ) syenties in Gokanakonda Syenite , Prakasam provience Dist. A.P south India  (Kenote speaker) Geology 2015 June 24-25
  • Invited as speaker for world Earth Science and Climate change Conference to be held in the month of the June, 2015 in Spain.

Name: DHANASURE POOJA

Designation: ASSISTANT PROFESSOR

Qualification: – M.TECH (SE)

Total Experience: – 1 – YEAR


Name: KOMATLA GOWTHAM RAVI THEJA REDDY

Designation: ASSISTANT PROFESSOR

Qualification: – M.TECH (SE)

Total Experience: – 1 – YEAR

Publications:

DYNAMIC ANALYSIS ON STEEL FIBER CONCRETE BEAMS. (INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF CIVIL ENGINEERING & TECHNOLIGY (IJCIET)


Name: K. VENKATA RAMANA

Designation: ASSISTANT PROFESSOR

QUALIFICATION: – M.TECH (TE)

TOTAL EXPERIENCE: – 1 YEAR


Name: P. RAJU

Designation: ASSISTANT PROFESSOR

Qualification: – M.TECH (SE)

Total Experience : – 1YEAR

Publications: ANALYSIS AND BEHAVIOR OF SHEAR WALLSFOR HIGH RISC BUILDINGS (ID IJIAREC -17-03)


Name: GUNTAKA YUGANDHAR REDDY

Designation: ASSISTANT PROFESSOR

QUALIFICATION: – M.TECH (TE)

TOTAL EXPERIENCE: – 2 YEARS


Name: P. JANAKI RAMUDU

Designation: ASSISTANT PROFESSOR

QUALIFICATION: – M.TECH (TE)

TOTAL EXPERIENCE: – 1 YEAR


Name: BOREDA SUPRIYA VARMA

Designation: ASSISTANT PROFESSOR

QUALIFICATION: – M.TECH (SE)

TOTAL EXPERIENCE: – 2 YEARS


Name: G. VENKATESH GOUD

Designation: ASSISTANT PROFESSOR

QUALIFICATION: – M.TECH (SE)

TOTAL EXPERIENCE: – 2 YEARS


Name: Mrs. SHILPA SAMALA

Designation: ASSISTANT PROFESSOR

QUALIFICATION: – M.TECH (SE)

TOTAL EXPERIENCE: – 2 YEARS


Name: Mrs. P. SAI LEELA VAISHNAVI

Designation: ASSISTANT PROFESSOR

QUALIFICATION: – M.TECH (GT)

TOTAL EXPERIENCE: – 2 YEARS


Name: Mr. EJAZ AHMED

Designation: ASISSTANT PROFESSOR

QUALIFICATION: – MTECH (TE)

TOTAL EXPERIENCE: – 1 YEAR


Name: Mr. MOHD SOHAIL AHMED

Designation: ASISSTANT PROFESSOR

QUALIFICATION: – MTECH (SE)

TOTAL EXPERIENCE: – 1 YEAR