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WELCOME TO DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL ENGINEERING

Affiliated to Savitribai Phule Pune University
UG Degree course offered B.E. (Civil)
UG Course Duration 4 Years
UG Year of Establishment 1986
UG Intake 120+60
Approved by AICTE, New Delhi
NBA Accredited

Accredited twice in 2003 and 2008

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Click Here for Accreditation Letter 2003


Affiliated to Savitribai Phule Pune University
PG Degree course offered M.E.(Civil)(Environmental Engineering),M.E.(Civil)(Construction & Management)
PG Course Duration 2 Years
PG Year of Establishment 2012(Env),2009(C&M)
PG Intake 18
Approved by AICTE, New Delhi
Affiliated to Savitribai Phule Pune University

DEPARTMENT INFORMATION

The Department of Civil Engineering is established in the year 1986. It is approved by AICTE, New Delhi and has received NBA Accreditation in Year 2003 & 2008 for 3 Yrs. Current intake for UG is 120 for first shift and 60 for second shift.

The department laboratories are fully equipped with the latest equipments, licensed softwares and all necessary teaching aids. It has experienced and dynamic faculty members and experienced lab assistants. Computer lab also caters to the need of students and staff for internet access; the campus is Wi-Fi enabled. The UG results are consistently above 85% and some of them have ranked in University merit list. Civil Engg Department aims at establishing the R & D centre in near future.

Vision & Mission

Vision

To develop civil engineers who are ready to accept global challenges through sound technical knowledge and environmental awareness.  

Mission

To develop competent and Quality conscious Civil Engineers with Civic sense and overall development of society by providing conducive ambience to keep pace with knowledge and upcoming technologies. 

  

COs

 

Course Outcomes for the subjects of AY: 2018-19

 

SE 

Course Code:  201001 Subject: Building Technology and Materials
CO No. Course Outcomes
CO1 Students will be able to elaborate on various building materials and their construction technique.
CO2 Students will be able to identify the types of building as per NBC & types of foundations
CO3 Students will be able to demonstrate types of masonry formwork and scaffolding.
CO4 Students will be able to distinguish the different types of flooring & roofing materials.
CO5 Students will be able to describe the type of doors, windows, arches.
CO6 Students will be able to make use of concepts of vertical circulation in planning and suitability of protective coatings
CO7 Students will be able to justify safety measures in the construction site and utilization of eco-friendly materials.
CO8 Students will be able to enhance learning & job potential in the field of building construction sector.

  

Course Code:  201002 Subject: Strength of Materials
CO No. Course Outcomes
CO1 Students will be able to compute different types of stresses in the determinate, indeterminate, homogeneous and composite structure.
CO2 Students will be able to develop bending moment and shear stress diagram.
CO3 Students will be able to determine the torsional stresses and stresses due to strain energy for different loading conditions.
CO4 Students will be able to explain the concept of practical stresses due to combining loading and able to compare the values of analytical and graphical (Mohr's Circle ) method. 
CO5 Students will be able to plot the loading diagram, shear force diagram (SFD), and bending moment diagram (BMD).
CO6 Students will be able to analyze axially and eccentrically loaded column.

 

Course Code:  201005 Subject: Geotechnical Engineering
CO No. Course Outcomes
CO1 Students will be able to differentiate the different types of the soil and their engineering properties and classify them.
CO2 Students will be able to determine the soil properties in the laboratory and develop a proficiency in handling experimental data.
CO3 Students will be able to understand the concept of effective stress and its influence on soil behaviour.
CO4 Students will be able to distinguish the different types of flooring & roofing materials.
CO5 Students will be able to analyze engineering properties like compaction, permeability, soil shear strength.
CO6 Students will be able to compute the lateral thrust due to backfill on the retaining walls.
CO7 Students will be able to classify soil slopes and identify their modes of failure.
CO8 Students will be able to control and remediate the subsurface contamination.

 

TE 

Course Code:  301001 Subject: Hydrology and Water Resources Engineering
CO No. Course Outcomes
CO1 Students will be able to evaluate mean precipitation from a catchment.
CO2 Students will be able to understand the concepts of movement of groundwater beneath the earth.
CO3 Students will be able to remember the basic requirements of irrigation and various irrigation techniques, requirements of the crops.
CO4 Students will be able to analyze peak flood flow, Flood hydrograph, Unit Hydrograph.
CO5 Students will be able to investigate reservoir capacity using mass curve.
CO6 Students will be able to solve the problems related with the design of hydraulic structures. 
CO7 Students will be able to develop the design concepts and methodology as per the requirement of Industry.
CO8 Students will be able to demonstrate the hydrology concept in the design of software like MT3D & MODFLOW.

 

Course Code:  301003 Subject: Structural Design-I
CO No. Course Outcomes
CO1 Students will be able to identify tension member in structure and design the same by using the preferred cross section for all possible modes of failure.
CO2 Students will be able to calculate the properties of the built-up section and its load carrying capacity.
CO3 Students will be able to design column for uni-axial and bi-axial bending moment along with axial loads.
CO4 Students will be able to design laterally supported and unsupported beams for different cross sections and design conditions.
CO5 Students will be able to design welded plate girder along with its stiffeners and connections.
CO6 Students will be able to design the gantry girder by Understanding its behaviour & design requirements for different loading conditions. 
CO7 Student shall be able to plan, design & detail industrial building along with gantry girder using relevant IS codes viz IS875 Part 1, 2, 3, IS808 and IS800:2007.
CO8 Student shall be able to prepare a general arrangement drawing of steel floor
with due consideration to different connections e.g. beam to beam & beam to column shear connection and beam to column moment connections

 

Course Code:  301002 Subject: Infrastructure Engineering
CO No. Course Outcomes
CO1 Students will be able to understand the infrastructure sectors like roads, railways, ports, airports, highways, tunnels according to five-year plan.
CO2 Students will be able to enable the students to understand components of broad gauge and Indian railways.
CO3 Students will be able to enable the students to learn construction techniques of soil strengthening.
CO4 Students will be able to understand any work on site using various construction techniques and equipment like dredging, cranes, slip form, tunnel formwork, pavers, boom placers and to calculate the output of the same. 
CO5 Students will be able to understand tunnel construction starting from the selection of size and shape of tunnel and leading to modern techniques like NATM.
CO6 Students will be able to study requirements of harbours, ports along with a selection of site, design criteria and various methods of construction.

  

Course Code:  301005 Subject: Fluid Mechanics II
CO No. Course Outcomes
CO1 Students will be able to compute drag and lift coefficients.
CO2 Students will be able to design channels.
CO3 Students will be able to compute flow profiles in channel transitions and analyze hydraulic transients.
CO4 Students will be able to design the working proportions of hydraulic machines.
CO5 Students will be able to analyze compressible flows of liquids and gases.
CO6 Students will be able to design and analyze GVF profiles.
CO7 Students will be able to apply the knowledge effectively in the pipeline industry and design of canals in the irrigation sector.
CO8 Students will be able to use fluid mechanics fundamentals in the design of software.

  

BE 

Course Code:  401 004 Subject: Systems Approach in Civil Engineering
CO No. Course Outcomes
CO1 Students will be able to analyze the various types of functions.
CO2 Students will be able to choose appropriate method stochastic programme method and use to solve real-life problems.
CO3 Students will able to categorize transportation and assignment problems for optimization solution.
CO4 Students will be able to formulate linear programming models using given data and find a solution.
CO5 Students will be able to formulate Non-linear programming models using given data and find a solution.
CO6 Students will make use of knowledge to get the solution of complex engineering problems through dynamic programming.

 

Course Code:  401 005 Subject: TQM & MIS in Civil Engineering
CO No. Course Outcomes
CO1 Students will be able to interpret the importance of quality and analyze reasons of poor quality.
CO2 Students will be able to analyze the causes of defects on the construction site and to demonstrate the application of six sigma as a quality tool.
CO3 Students will be able to identify checklist for various construction activities.
CO4 Students will be able to evaluate cost of quality (5) Students will be able to understand various techniques of TQM implementation
CO5 Students will be able to understand various techniques of TQM implementation.
CO6 Students will be able to understand the concept of MIS & DSS as applied in construction projects.

 

POs

Graduate Attributes and Program Outcomes 

Graduate Attributes

Program Outcomes

1.    Engineering Knowledge

a.     An ability to apply knowledge of computing, mathematics, science and engineering fundamentals appropriate to Computer Engineering.

2.    Problem Analysis

b.    An ability to define the problems and provide solutions by designing and conducting experiments, interpreting and analyzing data.

3.    Design & Development of Solutions

c.     An ability to design, implement and evaluate a system, process, component and program to meet desired needs within realistic constraints.

4.    Investigation of Complex Problem

d.    An ability to investigate, formulates, analyze and provide an appropriate solution to the engineering problems.

5.    Modern Tools Usage

e.     An ability to use modern engineering tools and technologies necessary for engineering practices.

6.    Engineer and Society

f.     An ability to analyze the local and global impact of computing on individuals, organizations and society.

7.    Environment & Sustainability

g.    An ability to understand the environmental issues and provide the sustainable system.

8.    Ethics

h.     An ability to understand professional and ethical responsibility.

9.    Individual & Teamwork

i.      An ability to function effectively as an individual or as a team member to accomplish the goal.

10. Communication

j.      An ability to communicate effectively at different levels.

11. Lifelong Learning

k.     An ability to keep abreast with contemporary technologies through lifelong learning.

12. Project management & Finance

l.      An ability to apply knowledge of principles of resource management and economics to provide better services in the field of technology.

 

PSOs

 

Programme Specific Outcomes

  • At the end of the Civil Program, Students will be :
    1. Demonstrate knowledge, technique, modern engineering tools to solve problems or interpret data pertaining to civil engineering. 
    2. Understand social, environmental needs and commitments of professional and ethical responsibility.
    3. Understand the need for self-directed continuous improvement and commitment to quality of lifelong learning   
    4. Graduates will be able to commit and succeed in competitive exam like GATE, IES, MPSC etc.

 

PEOs

Programme Educational Objectives

  • Consigning mathematical, scientific and engineering fundamentals for civil engineering applications.
  • Imparting long-lasting solutions to the real-life problems by analyzing, designing and engineering system according to social needs.
  • Adapting global changes through professionalism, multidisciplinary approach and ethical behaviour for workable and economically feasible civil engineering solutions.
  • Developing interpersonal skills for teamwork, management and leadership qualities for futuristic needs.

 

          

AAC

       Academic Advisory Board

Sr. No. Name of Person

Designation

 1.      

Mr Rajiv Nehru

Director, Rohan Builders Pvt Ltd, Pune

  Industry Experts
 2.    

Mr Jaydeep Raje

Joint Managing Director, Bhate & Raje Constructions Pvt Ltd, Pune

 3.  Dr S S Bosale

HOD, College of Engineering, Pune

  External Academicians
 4.  Dr B P Patil

Principal,  Army Institute of Technology, Pune

 5.

Mr. Dubash Meherzade

CEO, Unity Consultants Pvt Ltd, Pune

Alumni
 6.

 Mr Kunal Jadhav

Asst Under Writer-Asia Capital Reinsurance Group Pvt Ltd, Singapore 

 7. Mrs Smita V. Pataskar In-house faculty members
 8. Mr Mukund P Chougale
 9. Mr Harris Chaudhari (TE) In-house students members
 10. Mr Mayur Gangawal (ME)

 

 

ICT

Innovative Teaching Learning Practices

Sr No Type of Innovative Teaching Methods Description Sources
 1  Google Classroom Faculty Members also deliver important concepts using this mode   Source: Google Inc.
 2  MOODLE Assignments & technical information are available to students on MOODLE   
 3  NPTEL Videos Effective Teaching is also carried out with the help of NPTEL Videos  Source: IITs
 4  Spoken Tutorials Spoken Tutorials Lectures are made available to the Students  
5 Group Discussion/Pair-Think-Share Group Discussions are carried out for effective learning in the classrooms  
6

My Examo

Faculty Members conduct Practice Test for Students  
7

Industrial Visits /seminars/Workshop

Industrial Visits, Seminars, Expert Lecture & Workshop are conducted in order to help students to learn beyond the syllabus Resource Persons from  Vast Area of Expertization
8 Websites/Blogs Faculty members also have their own website / Blogs for sharing Knowledge with student  
9 Online Youtube Videos by Faculty Faculty Members Upload their Teaching Videos Source: Youtube
10 ICT / PPTs Use of ICT is also employed by faculty Source: Self Prepared PPTs
11 Virtual Labs Use of Virtual Lab is also employed by faculty Source: COEP, IITs etc.

 

 

Alumni

 

Distinguished Alumni  

Sr. No.

Name

Batch

                        Company

1

Lakade Parag Prabhakar

1990

Director, Gangotri Landmark Pvt. Ltd.

2

Vinod Achtani

1991

Head, QA/QC at RBIL

3

Khatane Avinash P

1991

Partner, A Vision Construction Architecture & Interiors, Nigadi Pune

4

Promod P Theurkar

1992

Director saimudra Infrastructure Pvt. Ltd

5

Santosh Kudale

1993

Chief Manager, Reliance Industries Ltd.

6

Prashant M.Mali

1994

Project Manager, Shaporji Pallonji & Construction

7

Pravin Upadhye

1994

Project Manager, STUP Consultant Pvt.Ltd.

8

Deepak Jothawar

1994

Project Manager STUP Consultants Pvt. Ltd., Pune

9

Vinayak Pore

1995

Owner, Varadhmurti Construction Pune

10

Kotwani Ravi Motiram

1996

Govt. Contractor, PCMC, Pimpri

11

Mr Mayuresh Sant

1997

Director-Aum Technology Pune

12

Shekhar Kokane

1997

Consulting Engineers & Architects

24/288, Nandadeep, Nigdi, Pune 44

13

Varsha Jog-Kanetkar

1997

Founder, Vercity Structural Consultancy Pune

14

Bulbule Abhay Shrikant

1997

Senior Development Manager

Dell technologies/Dell EMC

15

Matere Shrikant Gulabrao

1997

Contractor, V.M. Matere Infrastructures Pvt. Ltd.

16

Mahashabde Ashutosh Vijay

1998

Aker Solution Senior Engineer

17

Lothe Rishikesh

1999

Durban Area South Africa Valuar at Evaluations

18

Gharpure Kedar

1999

Parametric Technology, Corporation Sydney Australia

19

Yashodhan Dhopavkar

1999

Lead Process Engineering, MWH Global Pune

20

RAJESH B NIGADE

1999

Partner, THE AXIS STRUCTURAL CONSULTANTS 

21

 Ozarde Rahul  2000 Project Manager, Cushman & Wakefield (Prev. DTZ IPA Pvt. Ltd.) 

22

Padwal Vishal

2000

Projects & Coordinating Manager, Advanced Precast (Australia) Melbourne, Australia 

23

Rasane Santosh

2000

Sr. Consultant, Grune Design (Mumbai Area)

24

Sonal Ghogare

2001

Analyst Industrialization, 3DPLM Software Solutions Limited India 

25

Snehalkumar Lunavat

2001

Manik DEveloper &Pruthvi Developer Pune Builder

26

Shriram Gaikwad

2002

Director, Clean Water Solutions pvt Ltd. Pune 

27

Patkie Ashish Ashok

2003

Bechtel Corporation Engineer at Alba Project Bahrain

28

Dhanashree Kalokhe

2004

Senior Project Manager, MIEAust, CPEng, RPEQ,
Brisbane, Australia

29

Mr Meherzade Dubhash 

2004

CEO, Unity Consultants Pvt Ltd, Pune

30

Paresh Vijay Kulkarni

2007

Senior Structural Engineer, Kicons ltd. 

31

Mr Sayed Saba Ashraf

2007

Manager, Carillion, Saudi Arabia

32

Rahul Herekar

2007

Regional sales Manager, Don Chemical, Pune 

33

Mr Pradeep Singh

2007

Project Manager, Louis Berger, Mumbai

34

Yuvraj Balasaheb Kakade

2007

Builder, Kakade Associates 

35

Mr Rohan Bane

2008

Director, Bane Construction, Pune

36

Mr Pankaj Bhalekar

2008

Corporator Pimpri Chinchwad Municipal Corporation, Pune

37

Londhe Anil B.

2008

Indian Army Officer

38

Kumkar Arjun S

2008

Sr. Engineer, Myntra Properties, Pune 

39

Mote Mahesh B

2008

Land Developer, Ahmednagar

40

Manohar Singh Ahuja

2008

Interior designer & Consultant, Pune 

41

Mr Ajinkya Satvekar

2009

Director, Satellite Consultant, Pune

42

Mr. Adil Mushtaq Sheikh

2009

Dy SP, Udhampur J & K DYSP

43

Deviprasad

2009

Government of Maharashtra Assistant engineer grade 1

44

Sudhir Chougule

2009

Sr. Estimating Engr, Pride Purple group Pune 

45

Sunilkumar Rathod

2009

Asst. Engr, Maharashtrata engineering services 

46

Mr Anil Jadhav

2010

Director, RMC Plant, Pune

47

Ms Swathy Sajjalgud

2010

Assistant Engineer Godrej & Boyce Pvt Ltd, Mumbai

48

THAKARE MANOJ RAJARAM

2010

Assistant Executive Engineer, PWD, Govt. of Maharashtra 

49

Mr Suhas Gaikwad

2012

Assistant Engineer, Grade-I

Water Resources DEPT, Govt of Maharashtra

50

Aarti Kharche

2012

Assistant Engineer Grade -2, Maharashtra Jeevan Pradhikaran

51

Amit Bhatkhande

2012

 Sr. Engineer, L & T Mumbai

52

Mr Sandeep Sargar

2013

Assistant Engineer, Grade-I

Water Resources DEPT, Govt of Maharashtra

53

AMAN RAJ

2013

Sr. SECTION ENGINEER, INDIAN RAILWAY

54

Siddharth P. Gaikwad

2013

Deputy Engineer-Highway, LEA Associates, South Asia Pvt Ltd. New Delhi. 

55

NOOPUR BORKAR

2013

Assistant Engineer Class-II, MJP Udgir Nasik 

56

Abhik Sinha

2013

Project Co-ordinator, CBRE South Asia Pvt. Ltd.

57

Mr Dipesh Bafna

2015

Business Manager, Rural developers, Pune

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Testimonials

 Mr. Shreeram Kale

It had been a great Journey at DYPCOE, Akurdi. When I entered in 2011, I was just ball of mud (Rural area Student) but at end of Engineering I.e. in 2015, I were Nominee's of Best Outgoing student of Year Simultaneously cultural Secretary and BE Civil First Topper. Now I am working from last year I feel the Transformation was happened in college life playing a vital role in my daily routine. This didn't happen without a Great and consistent support of Teachers and Empowering Environment of College.

Mr. Raghvendra Singh Rajput

 

It was a great life that I lived here in the college. I got to learn every detail of technical, cultural and social knowledge and was able to develop an all rounder personality. The guidance, trust of my teachers and the unconditional support of my friends were the backbone of my achievements. Now all I want to express is that this institute has been a very important part of mine as it has given me the "lessons for life".

Ms. Aarti Dange

It gives me great pleasure in sharing my success after joining D. Y. Patil College of Engineering Akurdi. DYP has successfully accomplished its promises and objectives in providing quality education and overall development of all its students.

Mr. Jayram Jadhav

 

I am thankful to D. Y. Patil College of Engineering Akurdi has uniquely influenced my academic carrier, I have experienced a friendly environment in the campus as well as in the department, gained lots of knowledge, good computer lab, good infrastructure, lab facility. All Faculties are very helpful and co-operative. They are always available for us to help in all aspect. The environment in the department is studies and informative.

Mr. Prayag Jadhav

 

The real purpose of seeking professional education is not just to learn facts and technicalities but to grow as a person competent to the fast-paced world. With DYPCOE I have learnt to keep the balance between the professional life, social engagement and cultural insight helping me to enrich values necessary to lead a happy life.


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