The Department of Civil Engineering of SHIVA INSTITUTE OF ENGG. & TECHNOLOGY, Bilaspur has been set up as an individual Branch during 2009-10. The department is providing undergraduate course in Civil Engineering (CE) with an annual intake of 60 students. Civil Engineering is considered to be the most versatile branch among all the engineering branches. It is the branch with lot of diversity right from structural to transportation engineering, environmental to hydrology to hydraulics engineering, geology to geo-technology to earthquake engineering. Civil Engineering can be considered as a single largest branch among all the engineering branches. Many of our alumni hold prestigious positions in leading academic institutions, industries and in government organizations. In order to improve the academic proficiency, faculty members are encouraged to attend Short Term Training Programmes, Staff Development Programmes, Workshops and Seminars. Faculty seminars are scheduled periodically on topics of current interest. The department is assisted by well qualified supporting staff.
Objective:

  1. To provide quality education and training to our graduates to cope up with international standards.
  2. To conduct regular continuing education and community development programmes.
  3. To provide extension and consultancy services to Government, private, public and industrial sectors.
  4. To excel in Industrial Research and consultancy with appropriate national and International linkages and to maintain highest standards in the field of Civil Engineering.
  5. To be the best-rated departments in India and world in terms of teaching and quality, research contributions, high-end consultancy and academic leadership.

Careers in Civil Engineering: Among all branches of engineering, the range and application of civil engineering is the broadest and the most visible. In fact, the entire infrastructural framework of a modern nation is the creation of civil engineers. The credit of building mighty power plants, dams, airports, sea ports, highways, inland waterways and industrial plants goes to civil engineers. These professionals are also engaged in building an unending array of urban structures such as commercial complexes, skyscrapers, tunnels, bridges, roads, urban rapid transport systems, sports stadiums and so on. As a new Civil Engineer, the individual’s primary responsibility will still be to learn, drawing lessons from the work that they are assigned to do. At the beginning, they will be given a variety of less technically demanding tasks, supporting the work of a senior Civil Engineer. These tasks can include construction site monitoring and more routine analysis or design tasks. The level of responsibility associated with these tasks will be based upon their demonstrated ability. As their ability increases, they will be given assignments that hold a higher level of responsibility. There is a huge demand for civil engineers in India and it is also expected to get boosts as the country gets ready to upgrade its infrastructure with growing economic and political clout in the world. The career opens a lot of opportunities in numerous government departments. Civil engineers are employed in all construction projects carried out by central and state government agencies. There are equally good opportunities in private sector for civil engineers. A major opening for qualified civil engineers is also in armed forces where they can make vital contribution to the protection of the country. Last but not the least you can set up your own engineering consultancy.

Labs details:
1. Environmental Engineering Lab.
Environmental Engineering laboratory is equipped with most of the sophisticated instruments such as Atomic Absorption Spectrometer for heavy metals analysis in ppb levels Gas Chromatographs, Ion Chromatograph and a high performance liquid chromatography for analyzing organic and inorganic compounds. The laboratory is also equipped with UV-Visible Spectrometer, Total Organic Carbon Analyzer, Ion Meter, Sonicator, Flue Gas Analyzer, Methane Analyzer, Environmental Dust Monitor (mass and number), Indoor Air Quality Monitor, etc.
The division has a well equipped micro-biology laboratory to enrich, isolate, and identify micro-organisms. The laboratory is equipped with all the instruments for air quality, water quality and wastewater analysis, solid waste and hazardous waste characterization.
Target Users: CE- B. TECH students & Polytechnic students
In charge: Er. Vikas Sharma (Faculty in charge)

2. Computer Aided Design Laboratory (CAD LAB)

A well-equipped computer lab with advanced facilities is established for the benefit of the civil engineering students. High end terminals supported by latest hardware and software, latest visual aids, plotting devices, etc. are among them. Advanced civil engineering software are procured for making the students globally competitive and industry ready.
At CAD lab, students get professional training on 2D & 3D drafting of civil engineering
drawings using the latest version of AutoCAD software. Student will learn computer
aided design layout and 3D solid modeling definition. Students will also gain the
knowledge of design and drafting needed for civil engineering discipline.
Target Users: CE- B. TECH students & Polytechnic students
In charge: Er. Vandna (Faculty in charge)

 

3. Surveying Lab:
Our surveying lab offers supplemental experience in fundamental land surveying
measurement methods for surveying courses, including precision steel taping methods to
perform horizontal measurements, traditional transits and digital theodolites to perform
angular measurements, and traditional and automatic levels for elevation measurements.
In addition, students have opportunity to use total station equipment, which enables
horizontal, vertical, and angular measurements to be made in one operation.
Equipments used: Theodolites, level, compass, plane table, total station.
Target Users: CE- B. TECH students & Polytechnic students
In charge: Er. Vishal Thakur (Faculty in charge)

 

4. Geotechnical Laboratory:
The student will gain hands-on experience in conducting soil laboratory tests to
determine soil parameters needed for geotechnical engineering design, and to
communicate this information with others. Further the laboratory involves determination
of moisture content, density, plastic limit, and liquid limit, shrinkage limit, bearing
capacity, grain size distribution and specific gravity of soil.

 

Equipments used: oven, shear box, CBR, compaction testing machine, core-cutter.
Target Users: CE- B. TECH students & Polytechnic students
In charge: Er. Reshav Patiyal (Faculty in charge)

 

5. Transportation Lab:
This lab is used for research and teaching in the fields of rigid and flexible pavements and
testing pavements materials and structures. Several instruments exist in the lab for
conducting materials characterization tests.

Equipments used: los angel apparatus, bitumen extractor, ductility testing machine,
bitumen mixer, bitumen penetration apparatus, Impaction test apparatus, marshal stability
test apparatus, film stripping device.
Target Users: CE- B. TECH students & Polytechnic students
In charge: Er. Vishal Thakur (Faculty in charge)

6. Concrete Lab:
This lab enables students to carry various experiments regarding compressive strength of
concrete, tensile strength of concrete, workability test, design mix, modulus of rupture of
concrete. All these experiments intended to determine the quality of concrete.

Equipments used: compaction factor test apparatus, slump cone, compression testing
machine.
Target Users: CE- B. TECH students & Polytechnic students
In charge: Er. Surabhi (Faculty in charge)

7. Fluid Mechanics Lab:
Fluid mechanics is an important subject in the study of the behavior of fluid equally when
at rest and when in motion. It is a branch of physics with the mechanics of fluid (liquid,
gases and plasmas). Fluid mechanics has a wide range of application including
mechanical engineering civil engineering and chemical engineering.

Equipments used: Venturimeter, Bernoulli’s apparatus, Centrifugal pump, Reciprocal
pump, Wind tunnel, Pelton turbine, Francis turbine, Kaplan turbine.
Target Users: CE- B. TECH students & Polytechnic students
In charge: Er. Vandna (Faculty in charge)

8. Rock Mechanics Lab:
Engineering design of rock masses, laboratory study of dynamic earthquake ruptures,
dynamic friction, mode I and mixed mode spontaneous fractures, dynamic response of
materials under elevated temperature, failure analysis of composites, mechanical
properties of multi-phase granular materials, nano-adhesion of bio-inspired materials, and
smart materials for sensor technology.
Target Users: CE- B. TECH students.
In charge: Er. Anurag Kashyap (Faculty in charge)

Civil - Faculty Profile

Er. Anurag Kashyap
HOD

Teaching Staff

S. No Name Qualification Experience Designation
1. Mr. Anurag Kashyap M.Tech 3 years Asst. Prof.& HOD
2. Ms. Himanshu M.Tech 2 years Asst. Prof.
3. Ms. Surabhi M.Tech 2 years Asst. Prof.
4. Mr. Sushil Katwal B.Tech 3 years Asst. Prof.
5. Mr. Vikas M.Tech (Pur) 3 years Asst. Prof.
6. Ms. Vandna M.Tech (Pur) 3 years Asst. Prof.
7. Mr. Reshav Patyal B.Tech 6 months Asst. Prof.
8. Mr. Vishal Thakur B.Tech 6 months Asst. Prof.  
9. Ms. Sakshi Sharma M.Tech 2 years Asst. Prof.  

Technical Staff:

S. N Name Qualification Experience Designation
1. Mr. Rohit Thakur Diploma 2 years Lab. Tech
2. Mrs.Santosh Diploma 4 years Lab. Tech
3. Mr. Vijay Kumar Diploma 6 months Lab. Tech
4. Mr. Nagu Ram Diploma 6 months Lab. Tech