Welcome all the students to join us the journey of quality education and to have a great learning experience at the Civil Engineering Department of Everest College of Engineering & Technology. Our objective is not to merely produce professionals capable to serve their own needs; but understand the importance of their responsibility to serve as a civil engineer to the society with great concern for human values.
To create civil engineers who are capable to overcome challenges through technical knowledge, social and environmental awareness.
To create competently and dedicated Civil Engineers to serve their surroundings with pride.
Civil Engineering has a special status in Engineering Education. Civil Engineering plays a key role in the development of other fields of Engineering. Civil Engineering Branch was established in 2010, the department offers a B.E. programme. We have Strength of Materials lab, Fluid Mechanics lab, Soil Mechanics lab, Survey lab, Concrete lab and Transportation lab with all modern high capacity equipment’s. The department also organizes Training programmes and Workshops for students as well as professionals from time to time.
Program Educational Objectives (PEOs)
PEO I: Applying mathematical, scientific and engineering fundamentals to civil engineering applications.
PEO II: Providing long-lasting solutions to the real-life problems by analyzing, designing and engineering system according to social needs.
PEO III: Customizing global environmental changes through professionalism, multidisciplinary approach and ethical behavior for workable and economically feasible civil engineering solutions.
PEO IV: Creating interpersonal skills for teamwork, management and leadership qualities for futuristic needs.
Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems
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.
|Individual and team work:
Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
|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.
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 Outcomes (PSO)
Civil engineering graduates will be able to:
PSO I: Manifest technical terms, modern engineering tools to solve problems or elucidate data prevailing to civil engineering.
PSO II: Recognize environmental, social needs and adherence to skillful and moral responsibility.
PSO III: Recognize need of self-governing continuous enhancement, and commitment to worth of long-term learning.
PSO IV: Devote and succeed in competitive exams like Engineering services and GATE
|Sr.No||Name of Staff||Qualification||Designation|
|01||Khan Junaid Ahmed||M.E(Structure), B.E (Civil)||
H.O.D & Assistant Professor
|02||Syed Akhlaque Ahmad||M.E(WRE), B.E(Civil)||Assistant Professor|
|03||Umale Shubhangi Tejrao||ME(Structural Engg.), BE(Civil)||Assistant Professor|
|04||Momin Abdul Khavi Abdul Rauf||ME(Structural Engg.), BE(Civil)||Assistant Professor|
|05||Prof. Shaikh Zahoor Khalid||M.E( Structure), B.E (Civil)||Assistant Professor|
|06||Ansari Fatima Uz Zehra Mohd Abdul Mujeeb||ME(Structural Engg.), BE(Civil)||Assistant Professor|
|07||Khajekar Vikram Ramkishan||ME(Structural Engg.), BE(Civil Engg.)||Assistant Professor|
|1||BASICS OF CIVIL ENGG. LAB|
|2||ENGINEERING MECHANICS LAB|
|3||FLUID MECHANICS LAB|
|5||STRENGTH OF MATERIALS LAB|
|6||CONCRETE TECHNOLOGY LAB|
|7||TRANSPORTATION ENGINEERING LAB|
|8||GEO-TECHNICAL ENGINEERING LAB|
Visit to Haj House
An Industrial visit conducted on 19th Sept. 2016. The objective of this industrial visit was to give a brief knowledge to the students about the construction and its various stages with modern trends and techniques.
Visit to R.M.C Plant
An Industrial visit conducted on 18th Oct. 2016. The objective of this industrial visit was to give knowledge to the students about the various types of Production Processes, working and running of a RMC Plant.
Visit to Jayakwadi Dam
An Industrial visit conducted on 29th Sept. 2016. The objective of this industrial visit was to give a brief knowledge to the students about the dam construction, various pressure measures acting on it and its technique.
Pharola Water Treatment Plant
An Industrial visit conducted on 29th Sept. 2016. The objective of this industrial visit was to let know the students the need of purification of water which is supplied to the city from Jayakwadi Dam.
Visit to Railway Workshop at Manmad
An Industrial visit conducted on 27th Feb. 2017. The objective of this industrial visit was to give knowledge to the students regarding the various components of railways & railway track at railway workshop situated at Manmad.
Industrial Visit at Residential Bungalow
Industrial Visit at Residential Bungalow, Farhat Nagar, Aurangabad.
Industrial Visit at Railway Station
Industrial Visit at Railway Station, Aurangabad.
Industrial Visit at RMC Plant
Industrial Visit at RMC Plant, Aurangabad
Health Awareness Camp
Health Awareness Camp at Chetna Nagar, Aurangabad
Seminar on Basics Civil
Seminar on Basics of Civil Engineering by Er.Parimal Marathe.
Workshop on Staad Pro
Workshop on Staad Pro by Er.Kaushal Agarwal
- Humera Anjum student of third year civil won first prize on “Repair of Potholes” conducted at GECA organised by Municipal Corporation Aurangabad.
- Shaikh Aaref ,QuadriRafat Ali of final year students won runners-up in the same competition.
- Adeel Ahmed won 1st Prize in Plan & Sketch in “AGNITIO 2017”organised by JNEC, Aurangabad.
- Shaikh Sarfaraz, Imtiyaz Ahmed, Ansari Ahemar & Shaikh Mashak won the runners-up prize in Bridge making in “WINGS 2017” a National level Techno-cultural Event organised at GECA, Aurangabad.
WINGS 17’ Winner
Ansari Mohd Arshad, Shaikh Mohd. Arif, Sohail Ahmad & Syed Aaqueb won the first prize in Bridge making in “WINGS 2017” a National level Techno-cultural Event organized at GECA, Aurangabad. Principal Prof. Rahul D. Shelke congratulating the students on their success and wish them the same for their future.
|SR NO.||SUBJECT||SUBJECT CODE|
|1||Engineering Mathematics III||BSH201|
|2||Strength of Materials||CED202|
|6||Engineering Mathematics IV||BSH251|
|7||Building Construction And Drawing||CED253|
|10||Theory of Structure- I||CED256|
|SR NO.||SUBJECT||SUBJECT CODE|
|1||Theory of Structure – II||CED301|
|2||Design of Structure – I (Steel)||CED302|
|3||Building Planning and Design||CED303|
|5||Transportation Engineering I||CED305|
|7||Design of Structure-II (RCC)||CED351|
|8||Environmental Engineering – I||CED352|
|10||Water Resource Engineering||CED354|
|11||Transportation Engineering – II||CED355|
|SR NO.||SUBJECT||SUBJECT CODE|
|1||Environmental Engineering – II||CED401|
|2||Water Resources Engineering – II||CED402|
|3||Design of Structures – III||CED403|