Department of Civil Engineering

About the Department of Civil Engineering

It is one of the most ever green branch from point of view of placements and growth. These days most of the jobs and projects are multidisciplinary in nature and you will find that civil engineer is part of almost every project.Department of Civil Engineering having been formed in 2010 has contributed significantly in the field of Civil Engineering. The department offers Diploma, Undergraduate, Postgraduate and Ph.D. program in Civil Engineering. The Department is equipped with all major Civil Engineering laboratories like Geoinformatics, Concrete Technology, Transportation Engineering,Environmental Engineering, Structural Analysis Lab to name a few. The Department is actively engaged in organizing workshops, Training, Industrial and Site Visit as we firmly believe this enriches the overall development of the student. The Department has a club ‘Sanrachna’ which is dedicated for the students of the department for the technical enhancement extracurricular activities

HoD’s Desk



Mr. Ramveer Tyagi
Head Of Department 
Department of Civil Engineering


 

Construction industry is currently growing with latest technologies and now there is a huge demand for civil engineers for satisfying the demand of infrastructural development. Civil engineers will always be needed to maintain and repair existing facilities and structures and to construct new ones. The service of civil engineers is inevitable in all the government department in the modern race. Not only in government Department but also in private and public sector industries, research and educational institutions etc. This college provides excellent quality education and working condition. The department aims to mould the students into excellent engineering professionals by exposing them to different aspect of civil engineering. Practical training and survey camp are given to the students to improve their practical skills. The department has well equipped laboratories to perform experiments and endeavor to provide better technical facilities in days to come. Our focus is on excellence teaching and training the students with emphasis to well equip them for challenges and opportunities. It gives immense pleasure to lead the Department of Civil Engineering. Our college is one of the leading institutions unique like a prism reflecting the manifold shades of learning and co-curricular activities.The Department is striving hard towards the goal of providing innovative and quality education with high standard to achieve academic excellence. The career opportunities available to Civil Engineering graduates are indeed broad and diverse. The many specialties within the field allow for careers in construction, transportation, environmental assessment and pollution control,hydrology, structural engineering and geotechnical engineering. The excellent infrastructure,well equipped laboratories, teaching faculty of the best kind ensures quality education and bright future of students. On behalf of the Civil Engineering department, I welcome our new students and visitors, and wish our current students and graduates well.



Our Vision

To be a leading department devoted to provide high end technical education, training, research, consultancies in the field of Civil engineering which will produce socially aware professionals to provide solutions to mankind.

To produce engineers having professional and leadership qualities with capabilities to take up professional assignments in Civil Engineering.

Our Mission

  • To design curriculum based on changing needs of stakeholders & provide excellence in delivery & assessment to ensure holistic development of civil engineering students.
  • To enhance research & consultancy resulting in solving problems related to civil engineering infrastructure as well as society at large.
  • To mentor students in pursuit of higher education, entrepreneurship and global professionalism.
  • To impart quality and real-time education to contribute to the field of Civil Engineering.
  • To impart soft skills, leadership qualities and professional ethics among the graduates to handle projects independently. To deal with the contemporary issues and to cater to societal needs.

Events and Seminars

  • 23 September 2019, Seminar on “Application of total station in advance surveying” Department of Civil Engineering organized one day seminar, delivered by Mr. Saurabh Jain, MD,JP Survey Academy Associates. Coordinators of the seminar were Mr. Gaurav Raghuwanshi and Mr. Aman Jain, and the seminar for diploma students as well as B.Tech students of Civil Engg. Department.
  • 05,September 2019, “Cricket tournament” Cricket tournament organized by Department of Civil Engineering on the occasion of Teacher’s day, tournament coordinator were Mr. Aman Jain and Mr. Shashank Gupta, students of the university participated in this tournament.
  • 15 September 2018 “Celebration of Engineer’s Day” Department of Civil Engineering celebrated Engineer’s day, on this an Exhibition of Projects was organized in which students presented the various Models that worked on engineering field. Mr. Amit Mathur, AGM, Wonder Cement was present as a chief Guest. Coordinators of the event were Mr. Rohit Sahu and Mr. Shashank Gupta.
  • 06 Oct 2018, “Students Interaction Seminar on STAAD Pro Software”
  •  20 Aug 2018 “Students Interaction Seminar on AUTO-CAD Software”
  • 06 Feb 2017 “Students Interaction Seminar on 3D Max Software”
  • 01 Nov 2016 “Students Interaction Seminar on 3D Max Software” Department of Civil Engineering organized one-day seminar STAAD PRO Software. In this give a brief introduction about 3D Max Software. To teach student 3D Modelling and rendering software of design visualization, to shape and define detailed environments, objects and Buildings.
  • 10 Oct 2016 “Students Interaction Seminar on AUTO-CAD Software” Department of Civil Engineering organized one day seminar STAAD PRO Software. In this give a brief introduction about AUTO-CAD Software by faculties. This software is used for a number of applications like creating blueprints for buildings, bridges etc.
  • 09 Sep 16 “Technical Quiz Competition” Department of Civil Engineering conducted Technical Quiz Competition for B.Tech and Diploma Students to commemorate the birth anniversary of Mokshgundam Vishwesereya. Vice-Chancellor Dr. Devendra Pathak was presented in the award ceremony of the students.

 

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PO & PSO

PROGRAM OUTCOMES (PO's) 

  • PO1:Engineering Knowledge: Apply knowledge of Mathematics, Science, Engineering fundamentals and an engineering specialization to the solutions of complex engineering problems.
  • PO2:Problem Analysis: Identify, formulate research literature and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences and engineering sciences
  • PO3:Design/development of solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet specified needs with appropriate consideration for public health and safety, cultural, societal and environmental considerations.
  • PO4:Conduct investigations of complex problems: Using research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions
  • PO5: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 under-standing of the limitations.
  • PO6:The Engineer and Society: Apply reasoning informed by contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to professional engineering practice
  • PO7:Environment and Sustainability: Understand the impact of professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts and demonstrate knowledge of and need for sustainable development.
  • PO8:Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of engineering practice
  • PO9:Individual and Teamwork: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams and in multi-disciplinary settings.
  • PO10: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.
  • PO11:Project Management and Finance: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of engineering and management principles and apply these to owners' own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.
  • PO12:Lifelong 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.

 

PROGRAMME SPECIFIC OUTCOMES [PSO's]

Programme Specific Outcomes  [PSO's] of B.Tech. in  Civil Engineering (CE)

  • PSO1: Graduates in Civil Engineering will acquire skills required for successful entrepreneurs.
  • PSO2: Graduates in Civil Engineering will be competent to pursue higher education in technical or management field.
  • PSO3: Graduates in Civil Engineering will engage themselves in lifelong learning and research.
  • PSO4: Graduates in Civil Engineering would know and practice professional ethics throughout their life.


Programme Specific Outcomes  [PSO's] of M.Tech. in Geotech Engineering

  • PSO1: To get ready civil engineering understudies for their expert careers as great geotechnical engineers in scholastic/investigate, development, counseling, plan, improvement, guideline, and so on.
  • PSO2: To Have the option to prevail in positions in Civil Engineering or look into, and in different fields, they decide to seek after and enroll in advanced studies.
  • PSO3: To instill graduates with characteristics of high expert respectability, responsibility to cultural needs and reasonable improvement.
  • PSO4: To soak up a soul of request and deep rooted learning, as additionally synergistic and multidisciplinary work among graduates.


Programme Specific Outcomes  [PSO's] of M.Tech in Environmental Engineering 

  • PEO1: To create equipped Environmental Engineers with sound knowledge to create capacity to understand and analyze environmental engineering problems.
  • PEO2: To display aptitude to impart in powerful way with his superiors and subordinates so as to make a solid outcome situated workplace in the association.
  • PEO3: To set up the Environmental Engineer to comprehend the effect of environment and related issues on the environmental engineering projects in order to guarantee their support ability.
  • PEO4:To instill moral practices in students and to set up comprehension of polished skill, security, maintainability, their obligations and commitment to the general public.


Programme Specific Outcomes  [PSO's] of M.Tech in Structural Engineering

  • PSO1: To expose the graduate students to advanced Structural Analysis, Structural Dynamics, allied theory in elasticity and plasticity, FEM etc.
  • PSO2:To give preparing to graduate students in behavior, design and plan of Advanced RC structures,behavior, design and plan of Advanced Steel structure, most recent methods in earthquake resistant design practices and earthquake resistant design philosophies.
  • PSO3: Graduates of the program will take part in consistent learning by pursuing advanced research.
  • PSO4: Adopt to the technological advancements for professional development to provide food for the changing needs of the general public through basic reasoning.



Infrastructure / Facilities




The Department of Civil Engineering has twelve well-equipped laboratories with the latest Machines, Instruments and Software meeting the requirements of Diploma, B.Tech. and M.Tech. courses in Civil Engineering and other consultancy works. The students are provided extensive training to learn and use in different fields of Civil Engineering. The Department has its own civil Engineering like Building Material & Concrete Lab, Surveying and Geo-informatics lab, Transportation Lab, Geotechnical Engineering and soil foundation lab, Computer-Aided Design lab, Environmental engineering lab, Structure Engineering lab, SOM lab and Fluid Mechanics lab. Also Department has Smart classroom, Project room, drawing hall etc


  • Building Material & Concrete Lab

Building material Laboratory deals with a common element which all participants in the construction. This lab deals with building materials testing. Cement testing, aggregate test, brick test, bulking of sand etc. and Concrete lab provides facilities for testing various building construction materials, mortar, and concrete in the fresh and hardened state. It includes test for compressive strength, flexural strength, fineness and mix design of concrete etc. Thus a hand on exposure to these tests helps the students to craft themselves to be a Civil Engineer with better confidence and assessment skills. The Lab is well equipped with the following equipment’s:  

  • Compressive Testing Machine
  • Compaction factor Apparatus
  • Vibrating Table
  • VEE BEE Consistometer
  • Cement Tensile Machine


  • Surveying and Geo-informatics lab.

Surveying lab and Geoinformatics Lab expose students to leveling, contouring, chaining, traversing, tachometry with the help of levels, chains, theodolites, total stations, GPS, and also a measurement of angles and linear measurements which contribute in a vital part of project planning and construction. The Lab is well equipped with the following equipment’s:  

  • Total station
  • Auto Level
  • Electronics Theodolite
  • Dummy level and Tilting Level
  • Plane table
  • Vernier Theodolite


  • Transportation Engineering Lab

The labs are used for research and teaching in the fields of rigid and flexible pavements and testing pavements materials. Transportation Engineering Lab deals with testing of road construction materials. Different tests include such as Aggregate testing, Crushing value determination, Abrasion value of aggregate, Shape test, Flakiness Index, Specific gravity test and Water absorption & Stripping test, Bitumen Penetration Test. The Lab is well equipped with the following equipment’s:  

  • Softening Test and Viscosity Test
  • Flash and Fire Point Test,
  • Marshall Stability test
  • Flexural Testing Machine
  • CBR Testing Machine
  • Los Angeles Abrasion Value
  • Ductility testing Machine
  • Geotechnical Engineering and soil foundation lab

Geotechnical Engineering and soil foundation lab tests consist of a number of tests for the properties of soil. These tests are done to find out the suitability of soil for the construction projects. Geotechnical lab and soil foundation is well equipped to perform all the experiments like Shear strength, Compaction and permeability characteristics of soils, Bearing capacity of the soil. The Lab is well equipped with the following equipment’s:  

  • Triaxial Shear Test Machine
  • Standard Penetration Test (SPT)
  • UCC test apparatus
  • Compaction test
  • Field density test
  • Modified Proctor’s Compaction Test Equipment
  • Liquid Limit Test Apparatus
  • Specific Gravity Determination Apparatus
  • Drawing Lab

Drawing hall is well set up for preparing drawing of different structural and architectural components in order to achieve their visual imagination in to paper .it is a space where the student gets innovative in to achieve excellence of putting best of his idea and creations to design a building and formulate their precise measures.



Student / Faculty Achievement

Through invention, artistry and the forging of exciting new frontiers in Engineering and Research, Dr. K. N. Modi University, Department of Civil Engineering faculties are making their marks and earning state and national distinction for their achievements.Most of the faculties are GATE/NET/SLET qualified and are the Alumni/Alumnae of NIT/IIT/IISc. and other renowned colleges.

ACHIEVEMENTS - STUDENT

GATE Qualified Student:--

Sr. No.

Student Name

Qualifying Year

1

Md. Tabrej Alam

2017,2018,2019

2

Ved Prakash

2019

3

Kuldeep Meena

2016

4

Bhawana Tikkiwal

2019


Awards & Achievements:   

Sr.No.

Student Name

Type of Event

Award

Institution

DD-MM-YY

1

Aman Swaroop Sharma

Solo singing

Gold Medal

Shyam Honda

7-Aug-18

2

Aman Swaroop Sharma

India Skills

Participated

Jaipur Exhibition

24-26 May 2018

3

Aman Swaroop Sharma

Solo singing

Gold Medal

DKNMU

09-11 Nov 2017

4

Aman Swaroop Sharma

Group singing

Gold Medal

DKNMU

09-11 Nov2017

5

Amrit Swaroop Sharma

Group singing

Gold Medal

DKNMU

09-11 Nov 2017

6

Sachin Meena

Bridge design Event

Gold Madel

GIT,Jaipur

2-Nov-17

7

Prajwal Mandal

Bridge design Event

Gold Madel

GIT,Jaipur

2-Nov-17

8

Khitij Raj

Bridge design Event

Silver Medal

GIT,Jaipur

2-Nov-17

9

Bhawna Tikkiwal

Bridge design Event

Silver Medal

GIT,Jaipur

2-Nov-17

10

Md. Irsad Rain

KabaddI

Participated

IIT BHU Varanasi UP

21-23 Oct 2016

11

Khyoda Nefa

Atheletics

Participated

IIT BHU Varanasi UP

21-23 Oct 2016

12

Charu Tayo

Football

Participated

IIT Jodhpur

29 Set-02 Oct 2016

13

Taba Isaac

Football

Participated

IIT Jodhpur

29 Set-02 Oct 2016

14

Tai Ama

Football

Participated

IIT Jodhpur

29 Set-02 Oct 2016

15

Atom Tungi

Football

Participated

IIT Jodhpur

29 Set-02 Oct 2016

16

Khyoda Nefa

Football

Participated

IIT Jodhpur

29 Set-02 Oct 2016

17

Deepak Yadav

Football

Participated

IIT Jodhpur

29 Set-02 Oct 2016

18

Bhawana Tikkiwal

Volleyball

Participated

IIT Jodhpur

29 Set-02 Oct 2016

19

Hillang Reema

Volleyball

Participated

IIT Jodhpur

29 Set-02 Oct 2016

20

Anupam Debnath

Cricket

Participated

IIT Jodhpur

29 Set-02 Oct 2016

21

Himanshu Shekhar

Cricket

Participated

IIT Jodhpur

29 Set-02 Oct 2016

22

Raju Kumar Yadav

Cricket

Participated

IIT Jodhpur

29 Set-02 Oct 2016

23

Tai Ama

Varchas-16

Silver Medal

IIT Jodhpur

29 Set-02 Oct 2016

24

Anupam Debnath

Cricket

Silver Medal

Jaipuria College Jaipur

16-17 Sep 2016

25

Himanshu Shekhar

Cricket

Silver Medal

Jaipuria College Jaipur

16-17 Sep 2016

26

Charu Tayo

Football

Participated

Jaipuria College Jaipur

16-17 Sep 2016

27

Taba Issac

Football

Participated

Jaipuria College Jaipur

16-17 Sep 2016

28

Tai Ama

Football

Participated

Jaipuria College Jaipur

16-17 Sep 2016

29

Atom Tungi

Football

Participated

Jaipuria College Jaipur

16-17 Sep 2016

30

Nabam Tajik

Volleyball

Participated

Jaipuria College Jaipur

16-17 Sep 2016

31

Hillang Reema

V. Ball girls

Gold Madel

Jaipuria College Jaipur

16-17 Sep 2016

32

Gipi Basar

V. Ball girls

Gold Madel

Jaipuria College Jaipur

16-17 Sep 2016

33

Bhawana Tikkiwal

V. Ball girls

Gold Madel

Jaipuria College Jaipur

16-17 Sep 2016

34

Prajwal Mandal

Chess

Participated

Jaipuria College Jaipur

16-17 Sep 2016

35

Amit Kumar

Kabaddi

Participated

Jaipuria College Jaipur

16-17 Sep 2016

36

Raju Yadav

Cricket

Participated

MNIT, Jaipur

19-21 Feb 2016

37

Bamang Joram

Cricket

Participated

MNIT, Jaipur

19-21 Feb 2016

38

Himanshu Sharma

Cricket

Participated

MNIT, Jaipur

19-21 Feb 2016

39

Bamang Joram

Cricket

Participated

IIT, BHU

30 Oct-01 Nov 2015

40

Tai Ama

Football

Participated

IIT, BHU

30 Oct-01 Nov 2015

41

Taba Isaac

Football

Participated

IIT, BHU

30 Oct-01 Nov 2015

42

Dodom

Football

Participated

IIT, BHU

30 Oct-01 Nov 2015

43

Charu Tayo

Football

Participated

IIT, BHU

30 Oct-01 Nov 2015

44

Deepak Kumar Yadav

Football

Participated

IIT, BHU

30 Oct-01 Nov 2015

45

Atom Tungi

Athletics

Participated

IIT, BHU

30 Oct-01 Nov 2015

46

Anvesh

Kabaddi

Participated

IIT, BHU

30 Oct-01 Nov 2015

47

Nandhu Prasad

Football

Participated

IIT, BHU

31 Oct-02 Nov 2014

48

Nabam Tajik

Volley ball

Participated

Jaipuria College Jaipur

11-12 Nov 2015

49

Golo Logo

VOLLEY BALL

Participated

Jaipuria College Jaipur

11-12 Nov 2015

50

Aman Swaroop Sharma

Song

Participated

Birla Institute of Technology & Science , Pilani

28 Oct – 01 Nov 2015

51

Aman Swaroop Sharma

Group Song

Gold Medal

DKNMU

09-11 Nov 2015


ACHIEVEMENTS - FACULTY

 S. No 

FACULTY NAME

DESIGNATION

ACHIEVEMENTS

1

Mr. Gaurav Singh Raghuwanshi

Assistant Professor

GATE qualify in 2011 and 2016

2

Mr. Aman Jain

Teaching Associate

Best Faculty Award in 2017

3

Mr. Nishank Agrawal

Assistant Professor

GATE qualify in 2016, 2017, 2018 and 2019,2020

4.

Mr. Rohit Sahu

Assistant Professor

Affiliated Member of the American Society of Civil Engineering

5.

Mr. Rohit Sahu

Assistant Professor

Member of American Concrete Institute

6.

Mr. Rohit Sahu

Assistant Professor

Member of Indian Society of Remote Sensing (ISRS)

7.

Mr. Shashank Gupta

Assistant Professor

GATE qualify in 2014 and 2020


Sponsored Research & Consultancy Projects

MOU with Sand Hut


Research Initiatives

Research has been very important aspect for higher education in Dr. K.N.Modi University since beginning.  The research centre gives a dynamic and highly perceptible working environment for its students and faculty with a clear objective of developing a leadership quality expansion of education particularly at higher education level.In past year the research energies have extended to work on different projects by students along with the support of vibrant faculties in different fields like Engineering, Technology, Agriculture, Health Sciences, Architecture, Education and management.


THRUST AREA OF RESEARCH :

  • Soil stabilization
  • Construction material 
  • Analysis of multi-story buildings by different software.
  • Solid waste management


    PUBLICATIONS BY FACULTY:

  • Gaurav Singh Rsaghuwanshi “Warm Mix Asphalt Technology: An Overview” in JOICS- UGC A Group, ISSN: 1548-7741, Volume 9 Issue 12, Dec. 2019.
  • Gaurav Singh Raghuwanshi “Kota stone dust used for soil stabilization with fly ash” Indian J.Sci.Res., ISSN: 2250-0138, July 2019.
  • Ramveer Tyagi, “A Research Paper on Soil Stabilization of Black Cotton Soil using Copper Slag”, in International Conference on International Conference on Multidisciplinary Approaches and their Scope, Dr. K. N. Modi University in 10th July 2019.
  • Ramveer Tyagi, “An Investigation on effect of Ultrasound waves on Sludge Treatment”, in International Conference on International Conference on Multidisciplinary Approaches and their Scope, Dr. K. N. Modi University in 10th July 2019.
  • Ramveer Tyagi, “Partial Replacement of Cement by Hardened Cement and Fly Ash in Concrete”, in International Conference on International Conference on Multidisciplinary Approaches and their Scope, Dr. K. N. Modi University in 10th July 2019.
  • Ramveer Tyagi, “A Research study on waste segregation at source is the key in Municipal Solid Waste management in Delhi”, in International Conference on International Conference on Multidisciplinary Approaches and their Scope, Dr. K. N. Modi University in 10th July 2019.
  • Ramveer Tyagi, “A Research Study on Hazard Rating System for Illegal Dumping(orphan) sites”, in International Conference on International Conference on Multidisciplinary Approaches and their Scope, Dr. K. N. Modi University in 10th July 2019.
  • Rohit Sahu, “A Research Paper on Soil Stabilization of Black Cotton Soil using Copper Slag”, in International Conference on International Conference on Multidisciplinary Approaches and their Scope, Dr. K. N. Modi University in 10th July 2019.
  • Rohit Sahu, “An Investigation on effect of Ultrasound waves on Sludge Treatment”,in International Conference on International Conference on Multidisciplinary Approaches and their Scope, Dr. K. N. Modi University in 10th July 2019.
  • Rohit Sahu “A Research study on waste segregation at source is the key in Municipal Solid Waste management in Delhi”, in International Conference on International Conference on Multidisciplinary Approaches and their Scope, Dr. K. N. Modi University in 10th July 2019.
  • Rohit Sahu, “ Partial Replacement of Cement by Hardened Cement and Fly Ash in Concrete”, in International Conference on International Conference on Multidisciplinary Approaches and their Scope, Dr. K. N. Modi University in 10th July 2019.
  • Rohit Sahu, “A Research Study on Hazard Rating System for Illegal Dumping(orphan) sites”, in International Conference on International Conference on Multidisciplinary Approaches and their Scope, Dr. K. N. Modi University in 10th July 2019.
  • Surender “Experimental study on recycled aggregate concrete”, International journal For Research in Applied Science and Engineering Technology, ISSN: 2321-9653, 2019.
  • Surender “Effect of Recycled Aggregate on Concrete” International journal For Research in Applied Science and Engineering Technology, ISSN: 2321-9653, 2019.
  • Surender “SOIL STABLIZATION USING CEMENT” Indian J.Sci.Res., ISSN: 2250-0138, 2019.
  • Shashank Gupta “Study of Strength of Demolished Concrete in Construction” International Journal for Research in Applied Science & Engineering Technology (IJRASET), ISSN: 2321-9653, 2019.
  • Shashank Gupta “Use of Demolished Concrete in Construction” International Journal for Research in Applied Science & Engineering Technology (IJRASET), ISSN: 2321-9653, 2019.
  • Shashank Gupta “Effect of Recycled Aggregate on Concrete” International Journal for Research in Applied Science & Engineering Technology (IJRASET), ISSN: 2321-9653, 2019.
  • Shashank Gupta “Experimental Study on Recycled Aggregate Concrete” International Journal for Research in Applied Science & Engineering Technology (IJRASET), ISSN: 2321-9653, 2019.
  • Rohit Sahu “A Research Study on Soil Stabilization by Powdered Glass and Rice Husk Ash”, in International Journal of Emerging Science and Engineering (IJESE) ISSN 2319-6378, Volume-6 Issue – 3, May 2019.
  • Rohit Sahu, 2019 “Water Resources of Arunachal Pradesh and its Impact: A Case Study”, International Journal of Technical Innovation in Modern Engineering & Science (IJTIMES) eISSN-2455-2585, Volume-5, Issue-4, April – 2019.
  • Shashank Gupta “Study of Early Strength of Concrete for Bridge Construction” International Journal for Research in Applied Science & Engineering Technology (IJRASET), ISSN: 2321-9653, 2019.
  • Shashank Gupta “Development of High Early Strength Concrete for Accelerated Bridge Construction Closure” International Journal for Research in Applied Science & Engineering Technology (IJRASET), ISSN: 2321-9653, 2019.
  • Gaurav SinghRaghuwanshi “Performance evaluation of warm mix asphalt technology by using Bitubuild as an Additive” IJITEE, ISSN: 2278-3075, 2018.
  • Shashank Gupta “Performance of Self Compacted Concrete with Steel Slag Replacing Coarse Aggregate” International Journal of Engineering and Techniques, ISSN: 2395-1303, 2018.
  • Surender “Three Dimensional Dynamic Behavior of Batter Pile Group” International journal For Research in Applied Science and Engineering Technology, ISSN: 2321-9653, 2018.
  • Vikram Singh, “Effect of Waste Tyre Chips on Road Construction” in International Journal for Research in Applied Science & Engineering Technology (IJRASET), ISSN: 2321-9653 Volume 6 Issue V, May 2018.
  • Aman Jain, “Partial Replacement of Soil of Newai region as Sand in Construction Industry”, International Journal of Research, e – ISSN: 2348-6848, Volume 05, Issue 12, April 2018.
  • Rohit Sahu, “Experimental Study on Partial Replacement of Sugarcane Bagasse Ash in M20 Concrete”, in International Journal of Research, e – ISSN 2348 – 6848, Volume 05, Issue 15, May 2018
  • Rohit Sahu, “Partial Replacement of Soil of Newai region as Sand in Construction Industry”, in International Journal of Research, e – ISSN:2348-6848, Volume 05, Issue 12, April 2018
  • Shashank Gupta “Effect of Waste Tyre Chips on Road Construction” International Journal for Research in Applied Science & Engineering Technology (IJRASET), ISSN: 2321-9653, 2018.
  • Shashank Gupta “Design and Analysis of Multistory Building (G+9) Regular and Irregular Structure At Same Earthquake Zone (Zone IV)”, International Journal of Research, ISSN: 2348-795, 2018.
  • Shashank Gupta “Design and analysis of multistory building(g+29) to resist earthquake load On e-tabs software Seismic zone 2 vs seismic zone 5” International Journal of Research, ISSN: 2348-795, 2018.
  • Gaurav Singh Raghuwanshi “Improvement of CBR value of black cotton soil by kota stone dust and flyash” Imperial Journal of Interdisciplinary Research (IJIR), ISSN: 2394-8361,Vol-3, Issue-2, 2017.
  • Rohit Sahu, “A Review on Various Methods of Road Construction using Waste Materials” in International Journal of Civil Engineering Research, ISSN 2278-3652 Volume 7, Number 2 (2016), pp 125- 133©Research India Publication, 2017.
  • Rohit Sahu, “Pavement Evaluation Studies on Low Volume Road Using Plastic Coated Aggregate and Bituminous Mix” in International Journal of Applied Environmental Sciences ISSN 0973-6077 Volume 12, Number 5 (2017), pp. 953-966 © Research India Publicationshttp://www.ripublication.com
  • Gaurav SinghRaghuwanshi “Improvement of clayey subgrade by adding Kota stone dust experimental analysis” International Journal of Technical Research (IJTR), ISSN: 2454-2024, Vol. 5, Issue 1, Mar-Apr 2016
  • Gaurav Singh Raghuwanshi   “Improvement of clayey subgrade by adding Kota stone dust:  A Review” International Journal of Technical Research (IJTR) Vol. 5, Issue 1, ISSN:2454-2024, Mar-Apr 2016.
  • Rohit Sahu “Use of Waste Plastic through different methodologies in bituminous roads”, in 6th International Conference on Technology Innovation and Management for Sustainable Development, ITM University in 11-13 February 2016.
  • Ramveer Tyagi*, Dr. Ashutosh S. Trivedi, Manoj Sharma “A review on various strength of demolished recycled concrete aggregate involving partial replacement of different industrial waste material”. Kaav International Journal of Science, Engineering & amp; Technology, KIJSET/Oct.- Dec.2015/Vol-2/Iss-4/A3, ISSN: 2348-5477 Impact Factor(2015) - 3.8071pp.14-24
  • Ramveer Tyagi, “Analytical Determination of Strength of Demolished Recycled Coarse Aggregate”, recent trends in civil engineering & technology ISSN: 2249- 8753(online), ISSN: 2321-6476(print) Vol. No. 6, Issue 1 pp.1-7.
  • Ramveer Tyagi etc “Non-linear finite element analysis of steel plate retrofitted RC beams using ANSYS”, ISSN: 2348-2117,IJETCR, Vol. No.-5, Issue 03, pp 22-40
  • Ramveer Tyagi etc. “Review of Non-linear finite element analysis of steel plate retrofitted RC beams using ANSYS”, ISSN: 2348-2117, IJETCR, Vol. No.-5, Issue 03, pp 41-48.
  • Rohit Sahu Presented a paper on “Seismic effects on building structures” in National Conference on Automation & Innovation in Construction Technique and Management, in NITM, Gwalior (M.P.) during 15-16 July 2011.


PUBLICATIONS BY STUDENT

  • Vikas Kumar “Experimental study on recycled aggregate concrete”, International Journal For Research in Applied Science And Engineering Technology, ISSN: 2321-9653, 2019.
  • Vikas Kumar “Effect of Recycled Aggregate on Concrete” International Journal For Research in Applied Science And Engineering Technology, ISSN: 2321-9653, 2019.
  • Amar Chandra Yadav “Development of High Early Strength Concrete for Accelerated Bridge Construction Closure” International journal for Research in Applied Science & Engineering Technology (IJRASET), ISSN: 2321-9653, 2019.
  • Amar Chandra Yadav “Study of Early Strength of Concrete for Bridge Construction” International Journal for Research in Applied Science & Engineering Technology (IJRASET), ISSN: 2321-9653, 2019.
  • Atul Kumar Pandey “A Research Study on Hazard Rating System for Illegal Dumping(orphan) sites”, in International Conference on International Conference on Multidisciplinary Approaches and their Scope, Dr. K. N. Modi University in 10th July 2019.
  • Atul Kumar Pandey “A Research study on waste segregation at source is the key in Municipal Solid Waste Management in Delhi”, in International Conference on International Conference on Multidisciplinary Approaches and their Scope, Dr. K. N. Modi University in 10th July 2019.
  • Aakanksha  Chourasiya “An Investigation on effect of Ultrasound waves on Sludge Treatment”, in International Conference on International Conference on Multidisciplinary Approaches and their Scope, Dr. K. N. Modi University in 10th July 2019.
  • Toko Rebia, Toko Noka, Tai Taju, Debia Tada, Rohit Sahu, 2019 “Water Resources of Arunachal Pradesh and its Impact: A Case Study”, International Journal of Technical Innovation in Modern Engineering & Science (IJTIMES) ISSN-2455-2585, Volume-5, Issue-4, April – 2019.
  • Atul  Kumar Pandey, Rohit Sahu, Ramveer Tyagi 2019 “A Research study on waste segregation at source is the key in Municipal Solid Waste Management in Delhi”, in International Conference on International Conference on Multidisciplinary Approaches and their Scope, Dr. K. N. Modi University in 10th July 2019.
  • Atul Kumar Pandey, “A Research Study on Hazard Rating System for Illegal Dumping(orphan) sites”, in International Conference on International Conference on Multidisciplinary Approaches and their Scope, Dr. K. N. Modi University in 10th July 2019.
  • Akansha Chaurasiya, “An Investigation on effect of Ultrasound waves on Sludge Treatment”,in International Conference on International Conference on Multidisciplinary Approaches and their Scope, Dr. K. N. Modi University in 10th July 2019.
  • Laxman Yadav “Study of Strength of Demolished Concrete in Construction” International Journal for Research in Applied Science & Engineering Technology (IJRASET), ISSN: 2321-9653, 2019.
  • Laxman Yadav “Use of Demolished Concrete in Construction” International Journal for Research in Applied Science & Engineering Technology (IJRASET), ISSN: 2321-9653, 2019.
  • Abhishek Chanda “Design and analysis of multistorey building(g+29) to resist earthquake load On e-tabs software Seismic zone 2 vs seismic zone 5”, International Journal of Research, ISSN: 2348-795, 2018.
  • Anvesh Camarshi “Design and Analysis of Multistorey Building (G+9) Regular and Irregular Structure At Same Earthquake Zone (Zone IV)”, International Journal of Research, ISSN: 2348-795, 2018.
  • Nandhu Prasad “Non-linear finite element analysis of steel plate retrofitted RC beams using ANSYS”, ISSN: 2348-2117, IJETCR, Vol. No.-5, Issue 03, pp 22-40, June 2017.
  • Nandhu Prasad “Review of Non-linear finite element analysis of steel plate retrofitted RC beams using ANSYS”, ISSN: 2348-2117, IJETCR, Vol. No.-5, Issue 03, pp 41-48, June 2017.

Co-Curricular and Extra-curricular activities

PURPOSE

Co-curricular activities encourage in the improvement of different spaces of mind and character, like that, intellectual advancement, emotional development, social development, moral development, and stylish development. Imagination, Enthusiasm, and Energetic, Positive thinking are portion of the aspects of character development and the results of extracurricular activities.


BENEFITS: 

  • These activities guide students how to compose and display a movement, how to create abilities, how to co-operate and co-ordinate in various circumstances every one of these aides in initiative characteristics.
  • Co-curricular activities stimulate playing, acting, singing, recitation, speaking and narrating   in students.
  • Co-curricular activities build up the qualities like physical, mental, Ethical, scholarly, municipal, social, tasteful, social recreational and disciplinary qualities
  • It develops a sense of belongingness, provides motivation for learning etc.


CO-CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES

S.No.

DATE 

NAME OF ACTIVITY

1
15 September 2019
Cricket Tournament
2
19 March 2019
Technical Quiz Competition
3
12 February 2019
Motivation Lecture
4
6 October 2018
Students Interaction Seminar on STAAD Pro Software
5
15 September 2018
Project Exhibition competition
6
15 September,2018
Engineer’s Day Celebration
7
20 August ,2018
Students Interaction on AUTO-Cad Software
8
6 February ,2017
Students Interaction on 3-D Max Software
9
9 September ,2016
Technical Quiz Competition
10
6 October,2015
Students Interaction Seminar on STAAD Pro Software
11
4-Aug-15
Students Interaction on AUTO-Cad Software

Workshop/Guestlectures/Industrial Visit

Industrial visit is a vital part of engineering courses. It help Bridge gap between classroom and real world. It is considered as a part of Departmental curriculum, mainly seen in engineering courses. Objective of industrial visit is to provide students an insight regarding internal working of companies. We know, theoretical knowledge is not enough for making a good professional career. With an aim to go beyond academics, industrial visit provides student a practical perspective on the world of work. It provides students with an opportunity to learn practically through interaction, working methods and employment practices. It gives them exposure to current work practices as opposed to possibly theoretical knowledge being taught at Departmental. Industrial visits provide an excellent opportunity to interact with industries and know more about industrial environment. Industrial visit helps to combine theoretical knowledge with industrial knowledge.

WORKSHOP


  • 05-07 Nov 2019 Three days’Workshop on “Bamboo construction”

Bamboo workshop organized by School of Architecture in collaboration with Department of Civil Engineering at University campus. A Bamboo workshop was organized to have hands on experience for architecture & civil students. The aim of this workshop is to develop the knowledge of design and execution of Disaster relief shelters by using bamboo as a construction material. 30 students participated from both Departments.

  • 08 Nov 2019, one Workshop on “Concrete Mix Design at Wonder cement” Jaipur

Mr. Amit Mathur, Assistant General Manager, Wonder Cement Ltd., Jaipur was a trainer of the workshop, and the workshop coordinators were Mr. Rohit Sahu and Mr. Gaurav Kumar.  Mr. Amit Mathur explained the primary use & application of the different techniques and equipments used at the cement plant for manufacturing of cement. The purpose of workshop is to provide knowledge of selecting suitable ingredients of concrete and determining their relative amounts with the objective of producing a concrete of the required strength, durability and Workability, as economically as possible, is termed as the Concrete Mix Design.

  • 24- 29 September 2019, One Week Workshop on “Advance Surveying Using Total Station” at Dr.K.N. Modi University.

The workshop organized by Department of Civil Engineering, under the guidance of Mr. Sourav Jain. The coordinators of this workshop were Mr. Ramveer Tyagi and Mr. Rohit Sahu, total 57 students of participated from B.Tech and Diploma of Civil Engineering. The purpose the workshop is to provide the knowledge of total station, total station is an electronic theodolite integrated with an electronic distance metre, plus internal data storage and/or external data collector. The purpose of any survey is to prepare maps, control points formed a basic requirement for the preparation of these maps.

  • 12 September 2018, One Workshop on “Concrete Mix Design at Wonder cement” Jaipur

A visit to Wonder Cement Quality Control Lab, Behind WTP, Malviya Nagar, Jaipur, Rajasthan was conducted on September, 12, 2018 by the Department of Civil Engineering, for their final year students of strength 36 under the supervision of Mr. Vikram Hooda and Mr. Shashank Gupta. The students got the knowledge of Manufacturing of the cement, admixtures, raw materials for concrete, concrete mix design, and experimental check for workability of designed mix of concrete under the guidance of Mr. Amit Mathur (Assistant General Manager).

  • 11 August & 16 October 2018, Survey Camp at Newai 

The survey camp organized by Department of Civil Engineering for B.tech student. Coordinators were Mr. Vikash Kumar and Mr. Rohit sahu, total 30 students participate. The purpose of this camp was to provide knowledge of practical implementation of different survey works. The object of surveying is preparation of plan and topographical maps of area.

  • 3 - 4 October 2016 Workshop on “Civil Bridge Design”

The workshop organized by Department of Civil Engineering, under the trainer Mr. Sandeep Yadav. Coordinators were Mr. Arun and Mr. Mandeep Ola. Total 50 students of B.Tech and Diploma participated. The purpose of workshop is to provide the knowledge of structural behavior & Design with Software.

GUEST LECTURE


  • 17 Apr 2019 Guest lecture on ‘Innovation a Key Driver for Success’

Prof. P.K. Garg is a Professor and coordinator, Center for Remote Sensing of Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee. Prof. P.K. Garg enlightened the gathering with his wonderful Work that is been used in Traffic signal processing with the Help of Remote Sensing throughout the city of Bengaluru. He inspired the students to brainstorm ideas that could help contribute to the development of Nation. He discussed about the various innovative ways through which India could develop further and cities can develop as smart cities.

  • 05 Sep 2018 Guest Lecture on “Role of Civil engineers in Cement Industry”

The Lecture delivered by Mr. Amit Mathur, Assistant Manager, Wonder Cement Ltd. , Jaipur. Around 120 students of B.Tech and Diploma participated. He motivated all the Students and also explains them how their work is going to affect the World of Civil Engineering.

  • 10 March 2018 Guest Lecture on Global construction technology & M.E.P.

Ar. Lenin Sachdeva, Dubai Delivered an outstanding Lecture and Shared his own experience of Working Abroad. He also delivers many methods and ways to the students of how they can apply for jobs in other countries.

  • 10 January 2018 Guest Lecture on“Digital Architecture”

Mr. Mohit Chordia, Jaipur inspired all the Students about the revolution of Design for Structures. He as currently working in the Field of Architecture explained different designs that are in trend of Digital Architecture.

  • 28 July 2018 Guest Lecture on “Characterization of soil strata and Geo-Technical investigation for infrastructure development focusing on smart cities”

The Speaker Prof.(Dr.) S.K. Tiwari is a Professor in MNIT Jaipur and a lecture of Soil Strata was extended for almost Three Hours but none of the students seems Agitated and were delighted on how the lecture was given by the Speaker.

  • 11-12 April 2017 on “Innovation for Civil Engineers in 21st Century, Construction and Design of Multi Storey Building Importance of Rate Analysis for Contractor, Importance of Estimating and Costing in Tendering and Important of tender documents for Contractor”.

The Speaker, Er. S.K. Gupta is a Government engineer working at Indira Gandhi Rashtriya Manav Sangralaya, Bhopal, M.P. He delivered several lectures on Different Topics at first he give a brief on the life of a Civil Engineer after which he showed many different techniques and Innovations that are happening in civil engineering field. The Lecture was extended for Two Days in which he also tells about the importance of Tendering, Estimation and Costing.

  • 10 April 2017 Guest Lecture on“Green Building Technology”

Prof. V.K. Shivhare from Agra gave an Excellent Lecture on Green Building and explains how with minimum Expenditure and Without Harming Eco System one can design an attractive Structure.


INDUSTRIAL VISIT

  • 17 March 2019 Visit on “Multistoried Building”

Civil Engineering department conducted a One day visit for the students of Diploma in Engineering of 6th and 2nd semester to the construction site of a Multistoried building in Jagatpura, Jaipur on 17/03/2019. Our main purpose of visit was to get understanding how theoretical knowledge is fitted in practice and to gain the experiences and knowledge of construction work technology and building material.

  • 17 March 2019 Visit on“Brick Making Plant”

Department of Civil Engineering organized a Site visit of Brick Plan at Jaipur for Diploma students. The main aim of visit, Students Learnt about the Manufacturing of Bricks while at the site that was constructed by Global Build state Project pvt.ltd.

  • 09 March 2019 Visit on “Jaipur Metro Project” (Chandpole Station)

Civil Engineering department conducted a One day visit for the students of B. Tech 6th& 4th semester to the construction site of a Jaipur Metro, at Chand Pole Metro Station, Jaipur on 09/03/2019. The underground construction of Chand Pole Metro Station and Choti Chaupad Metro Station is going on. The visit was guided by the learned Jaipur metro engineers, who are handling the site. Students were very excited to visit this unique kind of construction.

  • 21 February 2019 Visit on “Global Infrastructure, Kukas, Jaipur”

Civil Engineering department conducted a One day visit for the students of B. Tech 6th and Diploma 4th semester to the construction site of a Multistoried Hotel in Kukas, Jaipur on 21/02/2019. Our main purpose of visit was to get understanding how theoretical knowledge is fitted in practice and to gain the experiences and knowledge of construction work technology.

  • 03 February 2019 Stone Mart Exhibition, Jaipur 

All B.Tech students (2nd year to final year) of civil engineering department were participated in exhibition to understand Stone used in construction Industry.Our main purpose of visit was to get understanding how the stone market works, leading companies of the sector and new varieties of machinery and stone coming in the market.In the mart students explore stalls of various leading companies like Adelante Exim India Private Limited, Assault Drill Max,Department of Mines & Geology Rajasthan, Department of Mines & Geology, Government of Jharkhand and many more.

  • 13 October 2018 Industrial visit of “Sewage treatment plan” DKNMU campus

On 13th of October 2018, our college Dr. K.N. Modi University (Faculty Of Civil Engineering) have arranged a site visit at Dr. K. N. Modi University, Newai for B.Tech 5th semester. Student of pre final year visited sewage treatment plant constructed in the premises of Dr. K.N Modi University, the students observes various components which includes: Pressure Filter, Coagulation Tank, Sedimentation tank.The visit is very beneficial for the students and they saw so many things which they are reading in the books, like working of filters, sedimentation tank, coagulation tank etc.

  • 12 September 2018 Visit on “Wonder Cement Quality Control Lab”

A visit to Wonder Cement Quality Control Lab, Behind WTP, Malviya Nagar, Jaipur, Rajasthan was conducted on September, 12, 2018 by the Department of Civil Engineering, for their final year students of strength 36 under the supervision of Mr. Vikram Hooda and Mr. Shashank Gupta.

  • 25 September 2017 Visit on “R.Tech Capital High Street, Jaipur”

Civil Engineering department conducted a One day visit for the students of B.Tech Final year to the construction site of a. To visit the live construction of Residential building. Construction site visits are interactive experiences that enhance students' understanding of real construction practices. Site visits create an interactive learning environment for students and provide exposure to a real-world spatiotemporal experience of a construction project.

  • 22 September 2017 Visit on “R Tech, Capital High Street, Jaipur”

Civil Engineering department conducted a One day visit for the students of Diploma 4th semester and final year. The purpose of visit was, to visit the live construction of Residential building. Construction site visits are interactive experiences that enhance students' understanding of real construction practices’.

  • 21 September 2017 Visit on “R.Tech, Capital High Street, Jaipur”

Civil Engineering department conducted a One day visit for the students of B.Tech 4th and 6th semester. To visit the live construction of commercial building. To observe the different activities and techniques carried out on site.

  • 02, April, 2017 Visit on “Stone Mart, Jaipur”

B. Tech 3rd year and Final year students of civil engineering visit for identifying different rocks and building materials.India Stone mart is the largest exposition on stone industry which showcases the world of natural stones and ancillary products and services.Students were able to witness the latest market trends and marketing strategies with innovative ideas and services to.

  • 31 March 2017 RSRDC UNIT-III Jaipur

Site visits are an important part of your learning. Visiting a real time construction project or design office allows you to develop a greater understanding of how civil engineering theory is put into practice. B.Tech 2nd year student of civil engineering to visit the live construction of Hospital in Jaipur.Where they learn the construction practices which is used on site and role the responsibilities of onsite civil Engineer’s.

  • 31 March 2017 Visit on “JAIPUR METRO RAIL CORPORATION LTD. Jaipur”

Civil Engineering department conducted a One day visit for the students of B. Tech 2nd year at Jaipur Metro. To visit the live construction of pile, deck slab, placing of reinforcement in slab and pile, and tunneling procedure.

  • 29 March 2017 Visit on “JAIPUR METRO RAIL CORPORATION LTD.” Jaipur

B. Tech 3rd and final year students of civil engineering to visited the live construction of pile, deck slab, placing of reinforcement in slab and pile, and tunneling procedure at JMRC, choti copadh, Jaipur (Raj.)

  • 20-26 Oct. 2016 “Industrial Visit to Manali”

Civil Engineering department conducted a One week visit for the students of B.Tech and Diploma. In order to learn about construction practices on mountain or hill area where they learn about Rohtang tunnel construction and Geometric profile of highways and also enjoy out door activities.

  • 24 Sep. 2015 Visit on “UD Builders and Aashiyana Builders at Jaipur” 

The Second and Third year B. Tech. Civil Engineering students of DR. K. N. MODI UNIVERSITY has gone an Industrial visit to the construction UD Builders and also visited the Aashiyana Builders at Jaipur on 24-09-2015. They learn to explore the various types of building materials and machinery used on site and to have an up-close view of the entire building structure as opposed to seeing it in the drawings.


Department of Civil Engineering organised following Industrial Visits.

Sr.No

DATE
VISIT

COURSE

PURPOSE

1
Brick Making Plant
Diploma
To understand Brick Making Process
2
Multistoried Building
Diploma
To understand Building construction
3
Jaipur Metro Project (Chandpole Station)
B.Tech
To understand Metro construction
4
Global Infrastructure, KukasJaipur
B.Tech + Diploma
To understand Building construction
5
Stone Mart
B.Tech
To understand Stone used in construction Industry

6

UD Builders and  Aashiyana Builders at Jaipur
B.Tech 3rd year and Final year students
To visit the live construction of Residential building

7

JAIPUR METRO RAIL CORPORATION LTD. Jaipur
B.Tech 3rd year students
To visit the live construction of pile, deck slab, placing of reinforcement in slab and pile, and tunneling procedure

8

JAIPUR METRO RAIL CORPORATION LTD. Jaipur
B.Tech  Final year students
To visit the live construction of pile, deck slab, placing of reinforcement in slab and pile, and tunneling procedure

9

JAIPUR METRO RAIL CORPORATION LTD. Jaipur
B.Tech 2nd year student
To visit the live construction of pile, deck slab, placing of reinforcement in slab and pile, and tunneling procedure

10

RSRDC UNIT-III Jaipur
B.Tech 2nd year student
To visit the live construction of Hospital in Jaipur

11

Stone Mart, Jaipur
B.Tech 3rd year and Final year students
visit for identifying different rocks and building materials

12

R.Tech, capital high Street, Jaipur
B.Tech 3rd year students
To visit the live construction of Residential building

13

R.Tech, capital high Street, Jaipur
B.Tech 4th year students
To visit the live construction of Residential building

14

R.Tech, capital high Street, Jaipur
Diploma 3rd year students
To visit the live construction of Residential building

15

industrial visit of sewage treatment plan, DKNMU
B.Tech 3rd year students
To gain the knowledge of sewage treatment system from the plant.

Guest Lecture: 

Sr. No.

DATE

NAME OF SPEAKER
TOPIC

1

04-10-2017

 Prof. V.K. Shivhare
 Green Building Technology

2

04-11-2017

 Er. S.K. Gupta
 Innovation for Civil Engineers in 21st Century

3

04-11-2017

 Important of Rate Analysis for Contractor

4

04-11-2017

 Construction and Design of Multy Storey Building

5

04-12-2017

 Important of Estimating and Costing in Tendering

6

04-12-2017

 Important of tender documents for Contractor

7

28-07-2018

 Prof.(Dr.) S.K. Tiwari, MNIT, Jaipur
Characterization of soil strata and Geo-Technical investigation     for infrastructure development focusing on smart cities

8

10-01-2018

 Mr. Mohit Chordia, Jaipur
 Digital Architecture

9

10-03-2018

 Ar. Lenin Sachdeva, Dubai
 Global construction technology & M.E.P.

10

15-09-2018

Mr. Amit Mathur, Wonder Cement Ltd. , Jaipur
 Role of Civil engineers in Cement Industry

Workshop

Sr.No.

Date

Name Faculty Member/Expert

Topics of Seminar/Workshop

Trainer

Purpose

1

3 & 4 Oct 2016
Mr.Balwan and Mr. Gaurav Raghuwanshi
Civil bridge design
Mr. Sandeep Yadav
 To provide the knowledge of structural behavior &   Design with Software

2

11 Aug & 16 Oct 2018
Mr. Rohit sahu and Mr. Vikas Kumar
Survey Camp.
Civil Engg. Deptt.
 To provide knowledge of practical implementation of   different survey works. The object of surveying is   preparation of plan and topographical maps of area.

3

08 Dec 2018
Mr. Vikram and Mr. Shashank
Concrete Mix Design
Amit Mathur
 To provide knowledge of selecting suitable ingredients   of concrete and determining their relative amounts with   the objective of producing a concrete of the required   strength, durability and Workability, as economically as   possible, is termed as the Concrete Mix Design.
4
24- 29 September 2019 
Mr. Ramveer Tyagi and Mr.Rohit sahu
ADVANCED SURVEYING USING TOTAL STATION
Mr. Sourav Jain
To provide the knowledge of total station, total station is an electronic theodolite integrated with an electronic distance metre, plus internal data storage and/or external data collector. the purpose of any survey is to prepare maps, control points formed a basic requirement for the preparation of these maps.


Institute Industry Interaction

INSTITUTE INDUSTRY INTERACTION: 

The Institute encourages its faculty, scientists, technicians and students to interact with industry in every possible ways with the spirit of growing mutual advantage. The major modes of institute interaction are listed below:

  1. Eminent Visiting faculty/professors from industries.
  2. Visits of faculty to industry for study and discussions or delivering lectures on subjects of mutual interest.
  3. Visits of executives and eminent personalities from industries for mentoring and delivering lectures on recent trends
  4. Memoranda of Understanding between the Universities and industries experts to have the two ways emotionally and strategically closer.
  5. Provision for Workshops, conferences , guest lectures from industries
  6. Collaborative degree programmes.
  7. Guidance from experts from industries for dissertation in different fields.
  8. Short term courses for faculties in different government educational bodies.
  9. Various Practical training programs for the students and faculties students in industries.
  10. Entrepreneurship opportunities.

Placement

In the changing global environment, a suitable job is of utmost importance for the students. Thus, to facilitate this aspiration of the students we at Dr. K. N. Modi University have a full-fledged Training and Placement Cell which works towards the fulfillment of the student’s aspirations ofhaving the best professional career.The Training and Placement Cell is dedicated to provide a comprehensive array of services and support for its students that will assist them in their life-long career development and placement. The department acts as a central hub for the overall development of the student for the final placement and is a storehouse of all information and resources.It is an intermediary between the corporate world and the University students to provide the guidance for their choice of career and access to employers by generating ample opportunities for placements and brings awareness to the faculty and the students to prepare according to the changing demands of the industry. It also maintains an ongoing corporate networking programme to place students and ensures a continuous flow of placement opportunities.

Alumni

ALUMNI-2020

S. NO 

STUDENT NAME

COURSE

PASSING BATCH 

CURRENT STATUS

1

Mohammed Salik
B. Tech

2020

Preparation For GATE

2

Pankaj Patel
B. Tech

2020

Business Development Executive at UDAAN, Navi Mumbai

3

Aman Verma
B. Tech

2020

Preparation For GATE

4

Babloo Kumar
B. Tech

2020

Site Engineer at Nalge Infrastructure Pvt Ltd, Maharashtra

5

Azar Rashid
B. Tech

2020

Preparation For GATE

6

Mukesh Mahato
B. Tech

2020

Site Engineer at Urban Development and building construction Department, Chitwan, Nepal

7

Ramdip Sah
B. Tech

2020

 Preparing  For Competition Exams

8

Lalu Prasad Yadav
B. Tech

2020

Site Engineer at Sadak Division Office, Nepal

9

Tadar Ruju
B. Tech

2020

Preparing  For Competition Exams

10

Minder Ingti Kathar
B. Tech

2020

Preparation For GATE

11

Bijay Kumar Yadav
B. Tech

2020

Site Engineer at Madhya Pahadi Lokmarga, Nepal

12

Joram Agung
B. Tech

2020

Preparation For GATE

13

Aman Techi
B. Tech

2020

Preparation For GATE

14

Ahsanullah Khan
B. Tech

2020

 Preparing  For Competition Exams

15

Gangaram Yadav
B. Tech

2020

Highway Engineer at GIDAN Pvt Ltd, Nepal

16

Jay Prakash Yadav
B. Tech

2020

Site Engineer at Malangwa Municipality, Nepal

17

Shree Krishna Yadav
B. Tech

2020

Site Engineer at Barahathawa Municipality, Nepal

18

Ranjit Kumar Yadav
B. Tech

2020

 Preparing  For Competition Exams

19

Purushotam Yadav
B. Tech

2020

 Preparing  For Competition Exams

20

Kunal Solanki
B. Tech

2020

Admission in M. Tech

21

Ravikesh Kumar Yadav
B. Tech

2020

 Preparing  For Competition Exams

22

Amrit Swaroop Sharma
B. Tech

2020

Admission in B. Music Rajasthan University

23

Neeraj Saini
B. Tech

2020

Self- Business

24

Rahul Karoliya
B. Tech

2020

Preparation For GATE

25

Md. Musarf Husain
B. Tech

2020

Site Engineer at TAEC Consult Pvt Ltd, Nepal

26

Md. Liyakat Rain
B. Tech

2020

 Preparing  For Competition Exams

27

Anshupratap Singh Chouhan
B. Tech

2020

Surveyor at Connect India Pvt Ltd, Ajmer

28

Subhajit Sakhari
B. Tech

2020

Site Engineer  SN Construction Pvt Ltd, West Bengal

29

Jirjar Kro
B. Tech

2020

Preparation For GATE

30

Dharam Veer Choudhary
B. Tech

2020

Self -Business


S. NO 

STUDENT NAME

COURSE

PASSING BATCH 

CURRENT STATUS

1

ARUN YADAV
Diploma

2020

 Preparing  For Competition Exams

2

PRADIP KUMAR YADAV
Diploma

2020

 Preparing  For Competition Exams

3

RAMESH RAJAK
Diploma

2020

Admission in B.Tech

4

BIBEK KUMAR YADAV
Diploma

2020

 Preparing  For Competition Exams

5

BHUPENDRA YADAV
Diploma

2020

Self-Business

6

SHANKAR KUMAR SAH
Diploma

2020

Auto Cad Engineer at Nirankari Engineering,Nepal

7

MOHD UVAIZ
Diploma

2020

 Preparing  For Competition Exams

8

SHATRUDHAN KUMAR YADAV
Diploma

2020

 Preparing  For Competition Exams

9

PURSHOTTAM KUMAR YADAV
Diploma

2020

Self-Business

10

ABINASH CHANDRA YADAV
Diploma

2020

 Preparing  For Competition Exams

11

RITIK RAJ YADAV
Diploma

2020

Admission in B.Tech

12

AJAY KUMAR YADAV
Diploma

2020

Site Engineer at Nachhiring Construction Pvt Ltd, Nepal

13

MD. DAUD RAIN
Diploma

2020

Self-Business

14

SACHIN MEENA
Diploma

2020

Admission in B.Tech

15

ASHOK KUMAR YADAV
Diploma

2020

Site Engineer at Prime Minister Agriculture Modernization Project, Nepal

16

AFROZ AALAM
Diploma

2020

 Preparing  For Competition Exams

17

AVINASH KUMAR MANDAL
Diploma

2020

 Preparing  For Competition Exams

18

MD NASRUL RAIN
Diploma

2020

Self-Business

19

CHAMPA CHOUDHARY
Diploma

2020

 Preparing  For Competition Exams

20

VISHNU KUMAR SHARMA
Diploma

2020

 Preparing  For Competition Exams

21

SUNIL KUMAR YADAV
Diploma

2020

 Preparing  For Competition Exams

22

SHUBHASH KUMAR SAH
Diploma

2020

 Preparing  For Competition Exams

23

AMIT KUMAR YADAV
Diploma

2020

 Preparing  For Competition Exams

24

BIMLESH THAKUR
Diploma

2020

Admission in B.Tech

25

DEEPAK KUMAR THAKUR
Diploma

2020

 Preparing  For Competition Exams


ALUMNI DETAILS - 2019 

S.No.
STUDENT NAME
COMPANY NAME
COMPANY PLACED 
1
Anjay Kumar Kapar
Spatial Geotech
GIS-Trainee
2
Brijbhushan Kumar Singh
Map My India
(C E Infosystem)
GIS-Trainee
3
Kapil Kumar Khang
Alisha Engineering and Construction Pvt Ltd
Jr. Engineer
4
Lilesh Kumar Yadav
Spatial Geotech
GIS-Trainee
5
Roshan Sah
Spatial Geotech
GIS-Trainee
6
Satish Mandal
Alisha Engineering and Construction Pvt Ltd
CET
7
Badri Narayan Yadav
Map My India
(C E Infosystem)
GIS-Trainee
8
Md Irsad Rain
Alisha Engineering and Construction Pvt Ltd
CET
9
Rupesh Kumar Yadav
Spatial Geotech
GIS-Trainee
10
Md Asfhak Ali
Alisha Engineering and Construction Pvt Ltd
CET
11
Ranjesh Kumar Yadav
Spatial Geotech
GIS-Trainee
12
Ramesh Kumar Mahara
Spatial Geotech
GIS-Trainee
13
Pankaj Kumar Thakur
Choudhary Construction Company
Trainee Engineer
14
Samir Yadav
Ambe Maa Construction
Site Engineer
15
Amit Kumar Sah
GEOCE-SHEPL-BEAM
Civil Engineer
16
Rahul
Map My India
(C E Infosystem)
GIS-Trainee
17
Roushan Raj
Map My India
(C E Infosystem)
GIS-Trainee
18
Raju Kumar Sah
Map My India
(C E Infosystem)
GIS-Trainee
19
Budhram Kamait
Map My India
(C E Infosystem)
GIS-Trainee
20
Himanshu Shekhar
Map My India
(C E Infosystem)
GIS-Trainee
21
Dipesh Kumar Yadav
Ambe Maa Construction
Site Engineer
22
Pushpendra Kumar
Map My India
(C E Infosystem)
GIS-Trainee
23
Shankar Chaudhary
Shivshakti Nirman Sewa
Trainee
24
Jiwan Sharma
Shivshakti Nirman Sewa
Trainee
25
Dipak Kumar Sah
Ambe Maa Construction
Site Engineer
26
Abhishek Kumar
Map My India
(C E Infosystem)
GIS-Trainee
27
Mohammad Hasmat Ali
Alisha Engineering and Construction Pvt Ltd
Trainee
28
Debashish Sarkar
ARIIO Designs
Supervising Engineer (Civil)





























ALUMNI DETAIL - 2018

S.NO.
NAME OF STUDENT
COMPANY NAME 
COMPANY PLACED 
1
Md. Sadre Siddique
Adarsh Construction,Janakpur
Site Incharge
2
Sunil Yadav
KNS and S Pvt. Ltd.
Civil Engineer
3
Jitendra Kumar Sah
KNS and S Pvt. Ltd.
Civil Engineer
4
Raju Yadav
KNS and S Pvt. Ltd.
Civil Engineer
5
Bhawana Tikkiwal
Theme Engineering Pvt.Ltd,Jaipur
HR-Executive
6
Sachin Kumar Meena
Reckon Info System Pvt. Ltd. , Jaipur
OJT
7
Vivek Kumar Yadav
Shree Narsing Construction
Site Engineer
8
Tariq Daqeeq
CE Infosystem Pvt. Ltd.,New Delhi
Trainee-GIS Engineer
9
Nikhil Kumar
Reckon Info System Pvt. Ltd. , Jaipur
OJT
10
Aman Swaroop Sharma
Dr. K. N. Modi University, Newai
B.Tech
11
Shyam Swaroop Sharma
Dr. K. N. Modi University, Newai
B.Tech
12
Arun Kumar Sah
K. S. Construction Pvt Ltd.
Supervisor
13
Md Aadil Siddique
Maa Durga Nirman sewa,Sirha
Supervisor
14
Kartike Yadav
Sunrise Construction,Dhanusha
Site Supervisor
15
Manish Kumar Yadav
Sah Construction,Nepal
Site Supervisor
16
Shambhu Jha
Shiva and Kusum Civil Construction
Site Supervisor
17
Sawarmal Sharma
Spatial Geotech,Gurugram
Trainee - GIS
18
Shahvez Khan
Reckon Info System Pvt. Ltd. , Jaipur
OJT
19
Sunny Karn
Dr. K. N. Modi University, Newai
B.Tech
20
Ravi Kumar Sah
Reckon Info System Pvt. Ltd. , Jaipur
OJT
21
Mohammad Sajid Siddique
Maa Durga Nirman sewa,Sirha
Supervisor
22
Roshan Yadav
Adarsh Construction,Janakpur
Supervisor
23
Nishant Sharma
SSRJoint Venture,Nepal
Intern
24
Prince Priydarshi Yadav
Sunrise Construction,Dhanusha
Site Supervisor
25
Mohd. Haseen
Reckon Info System Pvt. Ltd. , Jaipur
OJT
26
Mohammad Rashid
Reckon Info System Pvt. Ltd. , Jaipur
OJT
27
Ravi Shankar Yadav
Sunrise Construction,Dhanusha
Site Supervisor


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