The Civil Engineering department came into existence in 2016 in a rather modest way with three faculty members, 25 B.Tech.Students, and one Ph.D. student. The Department has evolved significantly since then on all fronts. The faculty strength has risen to 15, and the number of B.Tech.Students have increased to 158, and the number of Ph.D. scholars in the Department has been increased to 55. The Department has also started two years of master’s programs to offer M.Tech. in Water Resources and Environment and M.Tech. in Structural Engineering and Geomechanics. The Department has commissioned multiple basic academic laboratories and advanced research laboratories. The Department is actively engaged in industrial collaboration through research and consultancy projects with various government and private industries.
To be a world-renowned civil engineering department with a commitment to producing erudite engineers and executing transformative research.
“To foster a transformative learning environment and a culture of excellence enabling creation of knowledge and development of socially responsible, enterprising leaders contributing significantly to national progress and humanity.”
- Educate the next generation of Civil Engineers who are capable of critical thinking to tackle unorthodox challenges in the field of Civil Engineering.
- Tailor effective course contents and teaching methodologies to cover the fundamental aspects of the Civil Engineering discipline.
- Conduct cutting-edge research in modern structural materials, new analysis and design methodologies, modelling and simulation, and addressing environmental issues.