Co-curricular & Extra Curricular Activities

The various co-curricular activities in the department are:

  • Most of the faculties are members of professional bodies like ISTE
  • Shilpi, Builder’s association of India is regularly organizing internship programme for students from expertsand Internshipsprovide an opportunity to gain knowledge, skills, and experience in a particular career field and to get the knowledge about how to use of lot of available resources in Civil Engineering field.

Department Activities

DST Report

Report on Datum

Industrial Visit -7.06.2022

Report on IOP - 3.06.2022

Report on Ragi - 28.05.2022

Report on JSS Cricket Tournament 2022

Technical Talks

Technical-Talk-12th-July-2021

Technical-talk-19th-June-2021

Technical-Talk-18th-June-2021

Technical-Talk-14th-June-2021

Technical-Talk-6th-June-2021

Hands on training on current Civil Engineering Practices

Department of Civil Engineering, ATMECE Mysuru had organized a Short Term Training Program on Hands on training on current Civil Engineering Practicesfor 7th semester students from 15th to 31st March 2021 at ATMECE premises. The objective of this “Short term training Program” is to enhance one’s knowledge on Planning, Analysis, Design and Scheduling of building systems using Civil software’s.

Dr. L Basavaraj, Principal ATMECE inaugurated the workshop and addressed the students regarding the importance of short-term training program in bridging gap between Academics & Industry. Mr. ManuVijay, Assoc.& HOD Dept. of CV, Dr. Suneeth Kumar S M Prof. Dept. of CV, Mr. Prajwal R Shekar, Civil Engineer & Architectural Designer, ARQUTEKTO Mysuru, Resource Person for the workshop, faculties and students witnessed the event.

Training on 3DS MAX

Resource Person: Er. Prajwal R Shekhar Civil Engineer & Architectural Designer, ARQUTEKTO, Mysuru

Day1: Introduction to AutoCAD, Different tools for Civil Engineering, Software and Hardware requirements, Working and techniques.

Day2: 3DS Max Software introduction, importance and operating methods.

Day3: 3DS Max Modeling, Rendering and processing with techniques.

Training on Primavera

Resource Person: Mr. Girish P Assistant Professor, DSATM, Bengaluru

Day4: Introduction to Construction Management, Overview of Project Management-Construction planning, Overview of Project Scheduling methods – CPM & PERT, tracking the problems based on CPM & PERT

Day5: Hands on Training in Primavera Software

Day6:

Setting out Building Plan on Ground

Resource Person:Er. Ramesh P DGMSkillTech Engineers & Contractors Pvt Limited, Mysuru

               

Training on STAAD PRO

Resource Person: Er. Subramanya Bhat Pangla Proprietor Ambruni Architecture &Structural Consultants, Udupi

Day7: Basics of Structural Engineering, Discussion on important concepts of structural Engineering, Load calculations and frame analysis by MD method and Kanni’s method and Preparation of Excel sheets for the analysis and design.

Day8: Hands on Training on STAAD Pro

Site Visit Photos

As a gesture to mark end of successful completion of the training program, valedictory was held. It was presided by Mr. Manu Vijay Assoc. & HOD Dept. of CV thank the resource persons for training the students on the software’s and offered his advice to students to make use of the opportunities and explore well in building up their future.

Webinar on Industrial application of CAD/CAE/CAM

Department of Civil & Mechanical Engineering organized a “Webinar on Industrial application of CAD/CAE/CAM” from ‘CADMAXX SOLUTIONS’ on 05.06.2020. The program speaker was Mr Ashwin, Technical manager CADMAXX Solutions. The event was presided by Dr Rathnakar G, HOD ME & Mr Manu Vijay, HOD CV. The event was coordinated by Mr Yathish N, Asst Prof. ME and Mr Shashank P, Asst Prof. CV. Student of all semesters was involved for this webinar.

Mr Ashwin explained the mechanical industrial structure, its working principle and the domains involved in the process. He also emphasized the process parameters influencing the work in these industries. He explained the importance of CAD/CAM/CAE in civil & mechanical industries and the training provided by their institute in this regard. He elaborated the possible opportunities in industry during this COVID-19 pandemic.

The session was interactive and knowledgeable for the students. Further, students expressed their queries regarding career development in CAD/CAM/CAE. Mr Ashwin explained the possible approach for the start up of their career based on domain interest.

EXTENSIVE SURVEY CAMP

Extensive survey camp was conducted at Karighatta, Srirangapatna for the 6th sem students as a part of curriculum. The Camp was aimed to groom students with essential knowledge and to expose them to the real work, road work, bund construction, town planning and water supply connection for the network.

Project 1:- Reconnaissance survey

The reconnaissance survey is an extensive study of an entire area that is used for a road or airfield. Its purpose is to eliminate those routes or sites which are impractical or unfeasible and to identify the more promising routes or sites. It is to examine general character of the area for deciding the most feasible routed for detailed studies. A field survey part may inspect a fairly broad stretch of land along the proposed projects.

Project 2:- Water supply & Sanitary Project

Students performed works such as establishment of source of water supply, purification work for enhancing quality of water, establishment of water pumps for lifting of water from treatment plants, storage reservoir and design the layout for distribution system.

Project 3:- Highway Project

Town Planning is the art and science of ordering the use of land and setting of buildings and communication routes so as to secure the maximum practicable degree of economy, convenience, and beauty.

Project 4:- Town Planning

Town Planning is the art and science of ordering the use of land and setting of buildings and communication routes so as to secure the maximum practicable degree of economy, convenience, and beauty. Town Planning was done by “Traverse Radiation method”.  Reconnaissance survey was done in fixing the boundary. Area was calculated by closed traverse using chain and tape.

Project 5:- New Tank Project

Fly leveling was carried out in the field to transfer the reduced level from a given permanent benchmark situated as near as possible to the starting point of the project. Longitudinal and cross section along the proposed central line of the tank bund, block levels at the waste weir site, capacity contours and Canal alignment work was carried out by the students.

Project 6:- Old Tank Project

The objective of this project was to remove the silt accumulated and increasing the bund height for an existing bund for its restoration which was conducted near college surrounding.

Shilpi Cup 2k20

Students and faculties of Civil Engineering Department had actively participated in inter-college tournament “Shilpi Cup” organized by Builder’s Association of India (BAI) Mysuru centre held at SJCE, Mysuru on 21st and 22nd February 2020.

Technical talk on “Smart cities – Future cities”

Final year students of Civil Engineering department attended a Technical talk on “Smart cities – Future cities”organized by NAREDCO, Mysore at Southern star on 19th of November 2019. The speaker K. Sriram, National Vice-President of Builders Association of India (BAI) focused on branding the Heritage city as Smart City and exploring solutions in that direction.

One day technical talk ON FUNDAMENTALS OF ADMIXTURES IN CONCRETE”

Department of Civil Engineering organized one day technical talk on “Fundamentals of admixture in concrete” on 13.11.2019 to 5th SEM students for the benefit and upgradation of student knowledge level in the field of Concrete technology.

Mr. Prasanna kumar P, Assistant manager, BASF India limited construction, Chemical division , Bangalore  was the resource person who delivered the talk on importance of admixture in concrete and also demonstrated the preparation of concrete mix with admixtures in the laboratory for the students.

TECHNICAL TALK ON PRIMAVERA” by INFINITY PMC

Department of civil engineering organized technical talk on “Primavera by infinity PMC” to 7th SEM students on 23/10/19. Mr. Prashanth C technical manager of infinity PMC spoke on complete application of this versatile software primavera. Planning, Monitoring (done by site planning engineer), Controlling, Reporting were the core content of the presentation

Over viewing, growing importance in construction industry, scheduling operating carried out during construction process, area of focus, people &process involved in construction industry were briefly presented during the presentation. And also brief introduction about PPM was given by the resource person. Mr. Manu Vijay, HOD of department of Civil Engineering, staff members was present during the presentation.

TECHNICAL TALK ON Recent Trends in Structural Engineering”

Department of Civil engineering organized one day technical talk on “Recent Trends in Structural Engineering” and it’s relevant in structures on 27.09.2019 for the benefit and upgradation of student knowledge level in the field of Structural engineering.

Dr. Raghavendra Prasad, MD, Bhamys Construction, Mysuru, delivered about latest trends adopted in construction field like

  • Single Model for design
  • Improved materials
  • Energy Efficiency
  • Modular Construction
  • Advancement in Software

“REAL ESTATE-FUTURE THOUGHT”

Students of department of civil engineering participated in a student interaction program organised by NAREDCO, Mysore.  The program was intended for promoting an interaction of students with industry stalwarts there by providing the making students aware of what is expected in industry by them.

Some of the Chief Guests are Sri Rajeev Talwar [Chairman-NAREDCO National, CEO, DLF Ltd], Dr. Niranjan Hiranandani [President- NAREDCO National, CEO-Hiranandani Group], Ar.Sudheendra. G. K [Architect-NAREDCO Mysuru], Dr. Raghavendra Prasad [Structural Engineer NAREDCO Mysuru]

Chief Guest of the function Dr. Niranjan Hiranandani opined that the graduates should take up such works which provide satisfaction and happiness. He insisted that graduates should seek opportunities in our home town rather than seeking it somewhere else. He also opined that one has to be good with the basics and be ready to learn new things with changing times.

The program also included discussions on the practical applicability of new products developed and on minimizing the gap between academics and the real practice by starting an industry interaction program comprising students of different colleges of Mysore.

Ms. Chandana of civil engineering dept. was elected as member of the committee for conducting the interaction programs at college level in the future.