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DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL ENGINEERING

The Department of Civil Engineering was established in 2009-2010. It offers a four- year graduate program in Civil Engineering with an annual intake of 180 students. The Department has grown tremendously over the years..

In past years, civil engineers focused on the design and construction of new facilities, such as buildings, bridges and highways, water treatment and environmental facilities, foundations, and tunnels. Today's civil engineer not only has to design new facilities but must also analyze the effects of deterioration on infrastructure elements, consider system interdependencies, and evaluate life-cycle impacts while also considering environmental and economic sustainability within the context of society. Civil engineers must be equipped with in-depth knowledge of traditional, fundamental principles and new technologies in order to address the complex, interdisciplinary problems faced within society. The undergraduate program at PACE gives the students the necessary background to succeed within this new context and to become future leaders of the profession. The Department is actively involved in basic and applied research and consultancy to provide high-quality technical advisory support through various R&D projects.

Vision
  • To create Civil Engineering professionals, knowledge of latest trends, research technologies and ethical values to meet the developing needs of industry and society.
Mission
M1 To impart quality education in line with quality teaching – learning process.
M2 To provide a better environment to encourage and support innovative research and development with ethical attitude.
M3 To develop interface between industry – academia for overall improvement of the students, to serve the industry and society
Program Educational Objectives (PEOs)
PEO1 Actively engage in problem solving using engineering principles to address the evolving needs of the society.
PEO2 Able to succeed in positions in civil engineering practice or research, and in other fields they choose to pursue and enroll in advanced studies.
PEO3 Make ethical decisions and demonstrate a commitment to service to the profession and society.
PEO4 Acquire a position or degree that values adaptability and innovation in their work
PEO5 Pursue lifelong learning, and to be leaders, both in their chosen profession and in other activities
Program Outcomes (PO’s):
PO1 Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization for the solution 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 the specified needs with appropriate consideration for public health and safety, and cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.
PO4 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.
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 understanding of the limitations.
PO6 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.
PO7 Environment and sustainability: Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and the need for sustainable development.
PO8 Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
PO9 Individual and team work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
PO10 Communication: Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with the 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 the engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.
PO12 Life-long 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)
PSO1 The Graduates of this programme with proficiency in mathematics and physical sciences will excel in the core areas of civil engineering such as structural, environmental, geotechnical, transportation and water resources engineering
PSO2 The graduates will plan, produce detailed drawings, write specification, analyze, design and prepare cost estimates.
PSO3 The graduates will interact with stakeholders effectively and execute quality construction work applying necessary tools

Structural Engineering

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TEACHING AND LEARNING PRACTICES

The department has been implementing a variety of innovative approaches to enhance graduates' learning capacities with the ultimate aim of improving student skills.

Goals:
  • To be the pacer for the vision of the institute and the program
  • To Improve Students’ Academic Performance through quality education in accordance with a quality teaching-learning process.
  • To create space for encouraging and supporting innovative research and development activities with an ethical mindset.
  • To create a bridge between industry and academia in order to better serve the industry and society.
  • To continue learning throughout one's life and to take the lead in both their chosen field and extracurricular activities.
  • To create graduates, successfully engage with stakeholders and perform quality work using the required tools.
  • To instill Positive Action principles into students’ cognitive, affective and behavioral learning domains to gain leadership qualities.
  • To develop well-rounded students: including physically, intellectually, socially and emotionally
  • To create a positive learning environment throughout the Institution
  • To impart the knowledge that all of the institute's activities and curriculum are productive.
  • To understand research-based theories of learning, education, behavior change and their relationships to Positive Action.
  • To develop administrators who use positive approaches to leading and institute management.
  • Involves the stakeholders in education by offering support and resources to the institute as well as creating a favorable environment for students.
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Faculty List

PG Faculty
S. No Name of the Faculty Profiles Designation DOJ Qualification Nature of Association
1 Dr. Gandhavalla Madhava rao Professor 19-08-2019 M.E, Ph. D Regular
2 Dr. Chandramouly Y J Associate Professor 20-01-2020 M. Tech, Ph. D Regular
3 Mr. Ch. Sandeep Reddy Assistant Professor 29-09-2020 M. Tech Regular

UG Faculty
S. No Name of the Faculty Profiles Designation DOJ Qualification Nature of Association
1 Dr. Ganesh Naidu Gopu HOD 19-05-2014 M.Tech, Ph.D Regular
2 Dr. A Ranganathan Professor 17-06-2019 ME, Ph.D Regular
3 Dr. R. Balamuragan Professor 22-07-2019 M.E, Ph.D Regular
4 Dr. Thirunavukkarasu.N Professor 23-08-2019 M.Tech, Ph.D Regular
5 Dr. L. Rama Prasad Reddy Associate Professor 14-05-2018 M.Tech, Ph.D Regular
6 Dr. Sivasubramanian R Associate Professor 20-12-2019 M.Tech, Ph.D Regular
7 Dr. K Harish Associate Professor 19-08-2019 M.Tech, Ph.D Regular
8 Dr. Thirumalai raja.R Associate Professor 26-08-2019 M.Tech, Ph.D Regular
9 Dr. Manikandan.C Associate Professor 20-01-2020 ME, Ph.D Regular
10 Dr. Adaikkalakumar P Associate Professor 02-09-2019 ME, Ph.D Regular
11 Dr. Karthik C Assistant Professor 01-11-2021 ME, Ph.D Regular
12 Mrs. Satheti.Reddemma Assistant Professor 07-06-2017 ME Regular
13 Mr. Pappula Ravi Kumar Assistant Professor 01-06-2016 M.Tech Regular
14 Mr. Magathoti Sri Durga Vara Prasad Assistant Professor 01-11-2017 M.Tech Regular
15 Mr. Siva Puram Venkata Naga Anil Vamsi Assistant Professor 19-11-2016 M.Tech Regular Regular
16 Mr. Sane Anka Rao Assistant Professor 23-10-2019 M.Tech Regular
17 Mr. Mupparaju Kranthi Kumar Assistant Professor 17-10-2019 M.Tech Regular
18 Mr.Addanki Srujan Kumar Assistant Professor 22-11-2019 M.Tech Regular
19 Mr. Gurrala Ezri Babu Assistant Professor 06-03-2019 M.Tech Regular
20 Mr. Erla Mani Assistant Professor 01-12-2020 M.Tech(Ph.D) Regular
21 Mr. Kothanuru Ashok Kumar Assistant Professor 06-05-2019 M.Tech Regular
22 Mr. Kannela Edukondalu Assistant Professor 01-12-2020 M.Tech Regular
23 Mrs. Turlapati Udaya Durga Assistant Professor 13-05-2019 M.Tech Regular
24 Mrs. Soundarya Kasukurthi Assistant Professor 01-07-2022 M.Tech Regular
25 Mr. Adusumalli Manikanta Assistant Professor 13-07-2022 M.Tech Regular
26 Mr. Thottempuddi Sivakoti Assistant Professor 01-09-2023 M.Tech Regular
27 Mr. Uppumavvluri Veeranjaneyulu Assistant Professor 01-09-2023 M.Tech Regular
28 Mr. Valluri Mahendra Assistant Professor 01-09-2023 M.Tech Regular

MOU's

S.No Name of the Organization Date of MOU Period
1 Irrigation & Water Resource Department 05-07-2022 5 years
2 A.P Samgra Siksha 27-06-2022 5 years
3 Panchayathi Raj Department 21-06-2022 5 years
4 NHAI 22-09-2020 5 years
5 Pavan Survey and Engineering 07-01-2019 5 years
6 Global Ready Mix 12-12-2018 5 years
7 SR Cad Training Center 31-12-2018 5 years
8 Earthonamic Engineering 29-11-2018 5 Years

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S.No ROLL NO. NAME OF THE STUDENT YEAR OF PASSING PERCENTAGE/ CGPA
1 20KQ5A0105 DASARI SAI DEEPTHI 2023 9.50 CGPA
2 18KQ1A0102 BADUGU RAJ KUMARI 2022 9.57 CGPA
3 18KQ5A0112 MATLAPUDI KOTAIAH 2021 8.98 CGPA
4 16KQ1A0172 UPPUTURI LAKSHMI SIRISHA 2020 8.68 CGPA
5 15KQ1A0198 RAJARAPU BHUSHAIAH 2019 90.15%
6 14KQ1A01C1 ACHAKALA VENKATA SAI PAVANI 2018 90.49%
7 13KQ1A0165 IDAMAKANKI SUDHINSHA 2017 84.89%
8 12KQ1A0107 DUDDELA MAHESH 2016 78.64%
9 12KQ5A0107 MODEPALLI NAGANAJALI 2015 86.92%
10 10KQ1A0143 PATHAN SAMEERKHAN 2014 84.99%
11 09KQ1A0107 BYPANENI SAI PAVAN KUMAR 2013 82.84%

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