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DEPARTMENTS

CIVIL - CSE - EEE - ECE - IT - MECH - SCIENCE & HUMANITIES - ME - MTECH - MBA 


CIVIL ENGINEERING 

  • Established in the year 2002

  • Offers B.E (Full time) with an intake of 60 students

  • Area of Civil Engineering block : 4690.13 m2

MISSION

           "To produce eminent and efficient engineers who will influence directly or indirectly on the growth of the Nation"

VISION
  •  To enhance students with modern technology & current trends in the field of Civil Engineering

  •  To encourage innovations among students

  •  To develop students Theoretically & Practically strong.

GOALS

  • Increasing the pass percentage

  • Increasing the number of placed students

  • Increasing the number of students participating in paper presentation in other colleges.

 

 

PROGRAMME EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES

Program Educational Objectives (PEOs) for the students in UG Civil Engineering are established through consultation process in broad aspects, which are given below.

  Basic Understanding

            To understand the basic Engineering concepts and to make the students theoretically and practically strong

  Extend

            To become a full-fledged engineering professional and to apply technical knowledge in the construction field of planning, analysing, designing, execution, maintenance and in the global infrastructure.

  Self-learning

            To improve the learning environment that inculcates self-learning ability which leads to professional growth.

  Communication

           To develop communication skills that enable them to actively participate in a team or for leading a team, which inturn contribute to the economic development of the country.

  Capability

            To be capable to qualify in Competitive Examinations, to pursue higher studies and to become practice Engineer in Civil Engineering.

 

Programme Outcomes (POs)

Following are the list of Programme Outcomes (POs) selected for our department

 

1.  An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering to solve civil engineering problems and design the civil engineering projects

2.  An ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data related to civil engineering

3.  An ability to design a system, component, or process to meet desired needs within realistic constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health  and safety, manufacturability, and sustainability

4.  An ability to function on multidisciplinary teams in construction related activities

5.  An ability to identify, formulate, and solve Civil Engineering problems

6.  An understanding of professional and ethical responsibility while discharging Civil Engineering related works

7.  An ability to communicate and present the Civil Engineering concepts effectively

8.  Acquire broad education necessary to understand the impact of Engineering solutions in a global, economic, environmental, and societal context

9.  A recognition of the need for, and an ability to engage in life-long learning to update the knowledge in Civil Engineering field

10.  A knowledge of contemporary issues related to Civil Engineering practice

11.  An ability to use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for Civil Engineering Practice.

FACILITIES

The Department is aiming at the development of student community to face the future world with the latest technical knowledge through research, good leadership qualities, industry-institution interaction and spirit of competence.

The Department is proud to have a synergy created by varied ensemble of Young, dynamic well qualified and experienced faculty members who imparts high quality of discipline and engineering education as well as active in research.

          LABORATORIES

         Following laboratories with facilities conforming to the present needs with an investment of Rs 96.15 lakhs are established.

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  • CADD centre

  • Concrete laboratory

  • Environmental Engineering laboratory

  • Fluid Mechanics laboratory

  • Fluid Machinery laboratory

  • Soil Mechanics laboratory

  • Strength of Materials laboratory

  • Survey laboratory

  • Models laboratory

 

  • The laboratories are well equipped with the modern facilities to carry out even research programmes. 

  • All the computers (30 Nos. of P IV & 10 Nos Core i3) in the CADD centre are attached to a server.

  • The lab has uninterrupted power supply throughout the day.

  • The students are given training in handling Civil Engineering software and other fruitful packages such as AUTOCAD, STAAD, STRAP, ER Mapper and Primavera.

  • Well furnished Models laboratory worth Rs.1.8 lakhs, which enables the students to get a real view of the components of buildings and structures.

LIBRARY

Title No
Total no of Text books and Reference books 913
Total no of dESIGN project Reports 169
Total no of MAIN project Reports 180
Total no of Survey camp report 75

DETAILS OF THE FACULTY

 

S. No

Name of the faculty with mail-id

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Designation

Qualification

Area of Specialization

1

Dr. V.S.Tamilarasan

tamilarasan.v.s@drsacoe.com

Associate Professor & HOD

M.E,M.B.A.,PhD

Structural Engineering, Concrete Technology

2 Mr. D. Thanagar thanagar@drsacoe.com Associate Professor M.E,(PhD) Structural Engineering

3

Mr. M.Muthu Kumar

muthukumar@drsacoe.com

Assistant Professor

 

M.E,(PhD)

Soil Mechanics & Foundation Engineering

4

Mr.K.Athiappan

athiappan@drsacoe.com

Assistant Professor

 

M.E,(PhD)

Transportation Engineering

5

Mrs. S.Nishanthi

nishanthi@drsacoe.com

Assistant Professor

M.E

Structural Engineering

6

Mr. A. Sundara rajan

sundararajan@drsacoe.com

Assistant Professor

M.E

Construction Management

7

Mr. Mr. A.Karthish Raj

karthishraj@drsacoe.com

Assistant Professor

M.E

Construction Management

8

Mr. Mr.C.Chandra Sekar

chandrasekar@drsacoe.com

Assistant Professor

M.E

Structural Engineering

9

Mr. Mr. A.Varkeesh

varkeesh@drsacoe.com

Assistant Professor

M.E

Structural Engineering

10

Mr. Ms. S. Selva Sajitha

selvasajitha@drsacoe.com

Assistant Professor

M.E

Structural Engineering

11

Ms. T.Poornima Devi

poornimadevi@drsacoe.com

Assistant Professor

M.E

Environmental Engineering science

12

Ms.R.Ramya Ancelin

ramyaancelin@drsacoe.com

Assistant Professor

M.E

Structural Engineering

13

Mrs.C.J.Ganaga Lakshmi

gangalakshmi@drsacoe.com

Assistant Professor

M.E

Structural Engineering

14

Mrs.M.Vinitha


vinitha@drsacoe.com

Assistant Professor

M.E

Structural Engineering

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ACTIVITIES OF TECHNICAL ASSOCIATION & STUDENTS CHAPTER OF PROFESSIONAL SOCIETY

SCALE (Sivanthi Civil Association for Learning Engineers) is the student association introduced to bring out the hidden talents of the students and improve their skills in various fields of Civil Engineering.

The college is a member of ICI – Chapter (Indian Concrete Institute) and we are having ICI – Students’ chapter in our college.

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ACHIEVEMENTS BY FACULTY

BOOKS PUBLISHED

  • Dr.V.S.Tamilarasan has published a Text book entitled “Principles of Management” during 2004.

  • Dr.V.S.Tamilarasan has published a Text book entitled “Total Quality Management” during 2005.

JOURNAL PUBLICATIONS

S. NO

Name of the Faculty

Topic

Name of the Journal

1

Dr.V.S.Tamilarasan

Study of Tensile and Flexural strength of GGBS added concrete without and with superplasticiser

International Engineering and Technology (Journal of Civil and structures)                                Vol 3, No 2, pp 58-63, 2010

2

Chloride Diffusion of concrete on using GGBS as a partial replacement material for cement and without and with superplasticiser

New Building Materials and Constuction world                     pp 248-259 November 2010

3

Experimental study on water permeability and Chloride permeability of concrete with GGBS as a replacement material for cement

International Journal of Civil Engineering and Technology(IJCIET), ISSN 0976-6308, Vol.3, No.2, pp.25-40, 2012

4

Workability studies on concrete with GGBS as a replacement material for cement with and without superplasticiser

International Journal of Advanced Research in Engineering and Technology(IJARET), ISSN 0976-6480, Vol.3, No.2, pp.11-21, 2012

5

Performance study of Concrete using GGBS as a patial replacement material for cement

European Journal of Scientific Research                                    Pp 155-163 Vol. 88 No1 October 2012

6

Effect of egg shell powder in the index and engineering properties of soil

International Journal of Engineering trends and technology

7 The Properties of selfcompacting concrete containg admixtures-an experimental study International Journal of Applied Engineering Research Vol 10,No 57,pp 611-616
8 Experimental Study on Steel Fibre in Concrete International Journal of Applied Engineering Research Vol 10,No 57,pp 612-616
9 Experimental Study on strength of bacterial concrete International Journal of Applied Engineering Research, Vol 10,No 57,pp 635-639

10

Experimental Study on expansive soil with marble powder International Journal of Engineering Trends & Technology, Vol 22,No 11,2015

11

Mr.D.Thanagar

Finite Element Simulation of Reinforced Glass Beams Using ABAQUS Software International Journal of Earth Sciences and Engineering Vol 7,No 5,pp 885-889,2014

12

Mr.M.Muthu Kumar

Effect of egg shell powder in the index and engineering properties of soil

International Journal of Engineering trends and technology

13

Experimental Study on expansive soil with marble powder

International Journal of Engineering Trends & Technology, Vol 22,No 11,2015

14

Physiochemical analysis of Bore well and river water samples of Tamirabarani river in tirunelveli region, Tamilnadu, India.

Internation Journal of Chem Tech Research. Vol 8(3), pp 1218 – 1223,2015

15

Dr.N.Gladwin Gnana Asir

Ooids in Sillakkudi formation of Ariyalur group of Tiruchirapalli Cretaceous, Tamilnadu: Implications for Origin and Depositional Environment

Journal of Geological Society of India. Vol 60, pp317-322, 2002

16

Petrography and Surface textures on quartz grains of Nimar Sandstone, Bagh beds, Madhya Pradesh – implications of Provenance and Depositional Environments

Journal of Geological Society of India. Vol64, pp747-762, 2004

17

Provenance and Depositional history of sandstones of Kudankulam formation, Tamilnadu, Southeastern Asia

Journal of Geological Society of India. Vol66, pp59-65, 2005

18

Depositional and diagenetic inferences of a shallow core near Tuticorin coast, Tamilnadu.

Journal of Geological Society of India.Vol.70, pp1021-1032, 2007

19

Socioeconomic Monitoring Guidelines for Coastal Managers in South Asia-SOCMON south Asia.

Published by IUCN Ecosystem and Live hoods Group Asia and ICUN Global Marine programme, pp.94,2010

20

Sclerantinian Diversity of Keelakarai Group of Islands in Gulf of Mannar Biosphere Reserve, Tamilnadu

International Journal of Biological Science. Vol.1, pp.59-66, 2010

21

Physiochemical analysis of Bore well and river water samples of Tamirabarani river in tirunelveli region, Tamilnadu, India. Internation Journal of Chem Tech Research. Vol 8(3), pp 1218 – 1223,2015

22

Mr. C.Chandra Sekar

 

Flexural behavior of solo and hybrid fibre concrete -A comparative study

International Journal of Engineering Research and Technology

23

Influence of hybrid fibre reinforced concrete for ductility

Journal of structural Engineering, vol.41,No.4, 2014, pp432-438

24

Mr.K.Athiappan

Experimental study on flexural Behaviour of sisal fibre in reinforced concrete Beam

International Journal of Engineering Research and Technology

25

Ms.S.Selva Sajitha

Finite Element Simulation of Reinforced Glass Beams Using ABAQUS Software. International Journal of Earth Sciences and Engineering Vol 7,No 5,pp 885-889,2014

26

Effect of China clay on polypropylene fibre reinforced concrete. International Journal of Engineering Technology Management and Applied Science Vol 4,Issue 1, pp 123-126

27

Mr. A.Varkeesh

Experimental studies on Polypropelene fibre reinforced geopolymer concrte slabs International Journal of Civil and Structural Engineering Vol 2 issuse 1,pp264-269

28

Ms. T.Poornima Devi

Effect of deflocculation on the efficiency of disperser induced dairy was disintegration and treatment cost

Bioresource technology

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FACULTY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMS AND CONFERENCES

 

S. NO

Name of the Faculty

No of FDP/STP/workshops

No. of International and National Conferences

1

Dr. V.S.Tamilarasan

9

8

2

Mr. D.Thanagar

2

3

3

Mr. M.Muthu Kumar 

11

4

4

Dr. N.Gladwin Gnana Asir 

2

5

5

Mr.K.Athiappan 

1

2

6

Mrs. S.Nishanthi

1

6

7

Mr. A.Sundararajan 

1

2

8

Mr.  A.Karthish Raj

1

1

9

Mr. C.Chandra Sekar

3

4

10

Mr. A.Varkeesh

1

3

11

Ms. S.Selva Sajitha

3

3

12

Ms. T.Poornima Devi

1

1

13

Ms.R.Ramya Ancelin

5

3

14

Mrs.C.J.Ganaga Lakshmi

2

2

 

ACHIEVEMENTS BY STUDENTS

UNIVERSITY RANKS

S. No

Name of the Student

Batch

Rank

1

Mr. V. Saravana Kumar

2006

49

2

Ms. A. Athilakshmi 

2007

16

3

Ms. A.Sowmya Packiyam

2009

33

4

Ms.G.Rasbero

2011

13

5

Mr.P.Sakthi Vinayagam

2011

20

6

Ms.R.Vigneswari

2011

22

7

Mr. K. Arulraj

2012

28

8

Ms.M.Rathalakshmibala

2013

12

9

Ms.A.R.Sheri

2013

36

10

Ms.S.Thivya Devi

2013

42

11

Ms.M.H.Bismi Feroze

2013

44

12

Ms.R.Y.Raja Sundari

2013

49

13 Ms.R.Vinothini 2014 9
14 Ms. Lakshmi Narayani 2014 42
15 Ms. Tamil Selvi 2014 47
16 Mr.Veera Murugan 2014 50
17 Ms.C.Manjula Devi 2016 39
18 Ms.S.Mounika 2016 42

EXTRA-CURRICULAR

  • Ms.N.Thangam has been selected as Anna University Representative for the event Cross country in the year 2006-'07.

  • Ms.N.Thangam has been selected and participated as Anna University Representative for the event National Level Cross country in the year 2008-'09 at Rohtak, Haryana.

BEST OUTGOING AND OUTSTANDING STUDENTS

Academic Year Best Outgoing Best Outstanding

2007-'08

-

 U.Manonmani 

2008-'09

-

G.Sowmya Packiyam

2009-'10

N.Thangam

B.M.Thanammal

2010-‘11

 -

R.Vigneshwari

2011-‘12

 -

T.Latha Chandran

2012-‘13

 -

A.Shalininraji

2013-‘14

 -

R.Vinothini

2014-‘15

-

G.Selvamathi

2015-‘16

-

S.Mounika

SIVANTHI SCHOLARSHIP UNIVERSITY RANKS
Academic Year Name of the student
2012-13 N. Latha

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DETAILS OF CONFERENCES, WORKSHOPS CONDUCTED 

  • A National conference on Modern Trends in Civil Engineering on 11th April 2016

  • One day workshop on ABAQUS software on 7th November 2015

  • A National conference on Modern Trends in Civil Engineering on 24th April 2015

  • Two day workshop on surveying and mapping on 9th and 10th January 2014

  • A National conference on Modern Trends in Civil Engineering on 4th May 2013

  • One day workshop on GIS & Remote sensing on 6th April 2013

  • Two day workshop on Geological & Geotechnical Engineering sponsored by Ministry of Earth Sciences  on 5th &  6th  Jan 2012

  • One day workshop on GIS & Remote sensing on 3rd  March 2012

  • A National conference on Modern Trends in Civil Engineering on March 30th 2012

 

INDUSTRIAL VISIT DETAILS

  • On 18th March 2016 Fourth year Civil Engineering students visited  thottipazham , Kanayakumari

  • On 20th February 2016 Second year Civil Engineering students visited  Thenmala Dam, Kollam District, Kerala

  • On13th February 2016 Third year Civil Engineering students visited  Thenmala Dam, Kollam District, Kerala

  • On 19th September 2014 Third year Civil Engineering students visited  Padmanathapuram Palace, Kanyakumari

  • On 20th September 2014 Fourth year Civil Engineering students visited  thottipazham , Kanayakumari

  • On 26th September 2014 Sceond year Civil Engineering students visited  Padmanathapuram Palace, Kanyakumari

  • On 16th, 17th & 18th August 2012 Final year Civil Engineering students visited construction works at Shoba Classic & Shoba dew (Shoba Developers) at Chennai and Bangalore

  • On 16th & 17th February 2012 Second year Civil Engineering students visited construction works at Hotel Rifaya at  Kodaikanal & Railway over bridge constructions at Palanganatham, Madurai

  • On 7th October 2010 Third year Civil Engineering students visited ITPL constructions, Bangalore

 

CONSULTANCY AND TESTING SERVICES

  • Design of concrete mixes, offering suggestions for consulting structures along seashore, etc

  • Testing of building materials, viz cement, cement concrete, bricks, tiles, steel rods, soils etc., to find their strength and other properties to ascertain their suitability in construction.

  • Standard Penetration Test

  • Geological mapping

  • The clients are the various departments of State and Central Government which include

  • PWD

  • TWAD Board

  • Highways Department

  • Southern Railways

  • CPWD

  • Coastal Eneregen PVT LTD

  • SRC Projects, Salem

  • Deccan Construction Co

  • 3K Constructions

  • DCW Pvt Ltd, Sahupuram

  • Coramendal Constructions

  • Chidambaram Builders

  • King of Kings Assembly & God

  • Nellai Malai Murasu

  • Asir Auto Agency

  • NS Enviro Engineers, Chennai

     

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