India has entered into a major infrastructural expansion requiring Civil Engineers to play an important role in national building - the second time around after India's Independence in 1947. So, the Department has set its goals for a new era with a technology product-oriented, professional focus, and embarked on undertaking changes towards meeting the needs for the nation. Updating curriculum of academic programs facilities of laboratories (including computer lab with new updated softwares), including younger students in projects are three important changes that are underway. This crucial effort of the Department of Civil Engineering is steered by its active faculty members.The Department of Civil Engineering with its multifaceted faculty continues to maintain and cultivate its strong links with the infrastructural industry and academic and research institutions both within and outside the country. So with the mission to offer world-class undergraduate and post-graduate education, research guidance, professional consultancy, outreach and manpower training as well as leadership in Civil Engineering.
It has established liaison with industry to take various problems referred to by Govt., Semi-Govt.& Private Organizations. It also provides technical guidelines to the people of the country, particularly in the northern region and organizes seminars, workshops, and conferences for the benefits of students and entrepreneurs. The Dept. has Civil Engineering Society that organizes expert lectures, group discussions, competitions, sports and other activities for the all-round development of the Civil Engineering students.
TO PRODUCE WORLD CLASS CIVIL ENGINEERS TO SERVE THE SOCIETY USING RESEARCH BASED KNOWLEDGE THUS CREATING A SUSTAINABLE ENVIRONMENT ALL AROUND.
Mr. Kamlesh Parihar
M. Tech. (Structures), IIT Roorkee
B. E. MBM College, Jodhpur
Mrs. Kiran Bhoot
M. Tech (Civil, Geotechnical Engineering), MBM College Jodhpur
B. Tech (Civil),L.D. Engg. College, Gujarat University Ahmedabad
|1.||Mr. Mukesh Patidar published online paper in Springerlink.com on “An iterative method for estimating solute travel times to ditch drains under steady recharge and ponded conditions”.|
|1.||Mr. Mukesh Patidar||An iterative Method for estimating solute travel times to ditch drains under steady recharge & ponded situation||Springer (Applied Water Science)||2014-2015|
|1.||Mr. Dinesh Kumar Saini||"Road Safety Audit to access the Safety Performance of Tonk Road, Jaipur"||'International conference on ‘Emerging Technology in Civil Engineering’||27 Mar., 2015|
|S.No.||Name of Conference||Date|
|1.||International Conference on ETRASCT-14, Jodhpur||22 Feb, 2014|
|S.No.||Name of Programme||Session|
|1.||Faculty Development Programme||2014-2015|
|2.||Triangulation Survey Camp , held at Mount Abu.||2014-2015|
|3.||Triangulation Survey Camp , held at Mount Abu.||2013-2014|
|4.||Faculty Development Programme||2013-2014|
|5.||Faculty Development Programme||2012-2013|
Civil Engineering is the basic and most sought after professional engineering discipline that deals with the design, construction and maintenance of the physical and naturally available environment. It includes design, construction and maintenance of essential infrastructural facilities such as bridges, roads, canals, dams and buildings.
Civil Engineering practices takes place at all levels: in the public sector from municipal through to federal levels, and in the private sector from individual homeowners through to international companies.
There are 11 sub disciplines in Civil Engineering:
- Coastal Engineering
- Construction Engineering
- Earthquake Engineering
- Environmental Engineering
- Geotechnical Engineering/Soil Mechanics Engineering.
- Water Resources Engineering
- Materials Engineering
- Structural Engineering
- Transportation Engineering
- Municipal or Urban Engineering
Typical career path scenarios for Civil Engineering professionals are :
- Civil Engineers do find work at the construction site in a managerial position or in design, research as well as in teaching in government services or private concerns.
- They do also work as independent consultants.
- Most engineering graduates start with jobs of responsibility, and as they prove their competence, they are given more and more responsible tasks, but within each subfield of civil engineering, and even within different segments of the market within each branch, the details of a career path can vary.
- In some fields and firms, entry-level engineers are put to work primarily monitoring construction in the field, serving as the "eyes and ears" of more senior design engineers; while in other areas, entry-level engineers end up performing the more important tasks of analysis or design and interpretation.
- More senior engineers can move into doing more complex analysis or design work, or management of more complex design projects, or management of other engineers, or into specialized consulting, including forensic engineering.In short, a Civil Engineer is trained to manage men, materials, equivalent of all kinds and the financial aspects related to his work.