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About Department

Established in 2014, the department offers a Diploma Course. The department comprises of divisions of Applied Mechanics, Building Drawing, Construction Technology, Structural Engineering, Building Materials, Hydraulics, Surveying, Water and Waste Engineering, Concrete Technology, Soil Engineering, Transportation Engineering, Water Resources Management, CAD etc. The department also organizes Training Programmes and Workshops for students as well as professionals from time to time.

The resources at the department, both literary resources as well as equipment in laboratories facilitate the teaching learning process and help students imbibe the theoretical concepts, their real time implications and their applications. The 1 month’s practical training in the 4th and 5th semester acts as a buffer between their transitions from students to professionals and introduce them to on-site projects.

Head of Department Desk

A warm and affectionate welcome from the Department of Civil Engineering at Pacific School of Engineering.  Civil Engineering is a professional engineering discipline that deals with the design, construction and maintenance of the physical and naturally built environment, including works such as bridges, roads, dams and buildings.
Our department has a team of qualified and experienced faculty and staff members and we are striving hard continuously to improve upon the quality of education and to maintain its position of leadership in engineering and technology. We always work with the motto "Nothing can be achieved without genuine effort." The core values of the department help the students to develop their overall personality and try to improve their practical knowledge.

 

Mr. Savban Shaikh

(Head of Department)

Faculty Members

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Dr. Jayesh A. Shah

Principal

Qualification:Ph.D. M.E.

Experiance:22 Year

EmailId:dec976owner@gtu.edu.in

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Mr. Savban Shaikh

Head of Department

Qualification:B.E CIVIL

Experiance:3 years 6 month

EmailId:savbans07@gmail.com

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Mr. Jignesh Panchal

Lecturer

Qualification:B.E (Civil Engineering)

Experiance:4 years 5 month

EmailId:panchaljignesh93@gmail.com

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Mr. Bhargav Malankiya

Lecturer

Qualification: B.E (Civil Engineering),Diploma (Civil Engineering)

Experiance:2 years 5 month

EmailId:bmalankiya@gmail.com

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Mr. Mihir Patel

Lecturer

Qualification: B.E (Civil Engineering),Diploma (Civil Engineering)

Experiance:2 years 7 month

EmailId:mihirpatel458@gmail.com

Faculty Development Program

Expert lecture / Seminar / Workshop

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Expert Name:: Mr. S. P. Arora
Audians:: 2nd & 3rd Year Students
  1. White Portland cement or white ordinary Portland cement (WOPC) is similar to ordinary, gray Portland cement in all aspects except for its high degree of whiteness. Obtaining this color requires substantial modification to the method of manufacture, and because of this, it is somewhat more expensive than the gray product.
  2. White Portland cement is used in combination with white aggregates to produce white concrete for prestige construction projects and decorative work. White concrete usually takes the form of pre-cast cladding panels, since it is not economical to use white cement for structural purposes. White Portland cement is also used in combination with inorganic pigments to produce brightly colored concretes and mortars.

Industrial Visits/Field Activities

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Tacheometry or telemetry is a branch of angular surveying in which the horizontal and Vertical distances of points are obtained by optical means as opposed to the ordinary slower process of measurements by tape or chain. The tacheometric methods of surveying are used with advantage over the direct methods of measurement of horizontal distances and differences in elevations. It will help students to understand about topographical survey and maps. 

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Tacheometry is a branch of angular surveying in which the horizontal and Vertical distances of points are obtained by optical means as opposed to the ordinary slower process of measurements by tape or chain. The tacheometric methods of surveying are used with advantage over the direct methods of measurement of horizontal distances and differences in elevations. It will help students to understand about topographical survey and maps.

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A concrete gravity dam, 1210 meters (3970 feet) in length and with a maximum height of 163 meters above the deepest foundation level, is under construction across river Narmada.

The dam will be the third highest concrete dam (163 meters) in India, the first two being Bhakra (226 metres) in Himachal Pradesh and Lakhwar (192 meters) in Uttar Pradesh. In terms of the volume of concrete involved for gravity dams, this dam will be ranking as the second largest in the world with an aggregate volume of 6.82 million cu.m. This visit helps students to understand the hydraulic structure and irrigation water management.

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Tacheometry is the branch of Surveying in which we determine the horizontal and vertical distances with the angular measurements with an instrument, Tachometer. It is not so accurate method of finding the horizontal distances as the Chaining is, but it is most suitable for carrying out the surveys to find the distances in the hilly area where other methods are quite difficult being carried out. It is generally used to locate contours, hydrographic surveys and laying out routes of highways, railways etc.

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It is the art & science of organizing land use & siting of buildings & communication routs to provide best possible degree of economy duty & convinces in terms of the available resources & time.

Lavasa is India’s first planned city set on 7 hills of mose valley in maharstra.it has been built on the principles of the new urbanization & ecologically sustained environment.

Being equipped with the latest technology & infrastructure, lavasa is defiantly a town to look out for & is India’s fastest & most upcoming hill station.

Student Achievement

2nd year Student, Mr. Dinesh Khandelwal, Secured 1st Rank by acquiring 10 SPI in GTU Winter 2016.
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Mr. Dinesh Khandelwal (1st Rank GTU)
in 2016
Department of Civil Engineering
Final year students Mr. Nilesh Bagul got 2nd Rank in STATE LEVEL TECHFEST Event of Paper Presentation at MGITER, Navsari
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Mr. Nilesh Bagul (State Level Techfest)
Department of Civil Engineering
Final year students Mr. Vijay Tiwari got 2nd Rank in STATE LEVEL TECHFEST Event of Paper Presentation at MGITER, Navsari
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Mr. Vijay Tiwari (2nd Rank State Level Techfest)
Department of Civil Engineering

Laboratories

Concrete Laboratory

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Lab Name

Concrete Laboratory

Lab Description

The Concrete Laboratory batches, mixes, and conducts tests on cementitious paste, mortar, and concrete. A concrete test is performed to learn more about the properties of a specific sample of concrete

Instrument Details

Vicat Apparatus, Le-Chatilier, Elongation Apparatus, Flakiness Apparatus, Sieve Shaker, Sieve Set-Finer, Sieve Set-Coarser, Proctor Test Apparatus, Vibrator for Big Mould, Vibrator for Small Mould, Powrah ,Material Pan, Concrete Mixing Pan – Big, Mould-Big, Mould-Small, Mould-Circular, Slump Test Apparatus, Impact Test Apparatus, Weighing Machine – Big, Standard Penetrometer, Air Pump, Compression Testing Machine.

 


Basic of Civil Engineering

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Lab Name

Basic of Civil Engineering

Lab Description

The basic of civil engineering laboratory are to provide the basic knowledge of the different fields of civil engineering and various materials used for construction. Civil engineering is a large field of study which constitutes of building dams, bridges, buildings, skyscrapers , canals pipelines layouts, surveying , geotechnical engineering etc.

Instrument Details

Dumpy Level ,Prismatic Compass, Engineer Plane Table, Surveyor Compass, Vernier Theodolite, Planimeter, Tilting Level, Measuring Chain, Metallic Tape, Ranging Rod, Ranging Rod –Folding, Leveling Staff, Arrows, Optical Square, Cross Staff, Fabric Tape, Hammer, Pegs, Line Ranger.

 


Applied Mechanics Laboratory

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Lab Name

Applied Mechanics Laboratory

Lab Description

The objective of the Applied Mechanics lab is to demonstrate the basic principles in the area of strength and mechanics of materials and structural analysis to the undergraduate students through a series of experiments. 

Instrument Details

Force Board, Parallel Force Apparatus, Wheel & Differential Axel 30cm, Single Purchase Winch Crab, Brinell Hardness Testing Machine, Izod Impact Testing Machine, Universal Testing Machine, Compression Testing Machine, Combined Inclined Plane & Friction Slide.


Soil Mechanics Laboratory

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Soil Mechanics  Laboratory

Lab Description

Oursoil mechanics laboratory is well equipped and providesstudents withall facilities required to deepen their understanding of the principles governingsoil engineering properties and behaviour.

Instrument Details

Sand Replacement Apparatus, Permeability Test Apparatus, Drum, Plastic Pipe, Hydrometer, Liquid limit Device, Plastic limit Device, Mosturing Tin, Wash Bottle, Glass Plate, China Dish, Brass Rod.


Hydraulics Laboratory

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Hydraulics  Laboratory

Lab Description

This lab has basic hydraulics set-up. The lab is equipped with different flow measuring set-ups such as Venturimeter, orifice-plate, pitot tube, rotometer etc., where students can visualize the basic theory of working of the flow meter.

Instrument Details

Bernoulli's Theorem, Study Of Pressure Measurement, Cavitations Apparatus, Venturimeter, Orifice meter And  Rota meter Calibration Setup, Losses Due To Pipe Fittings, Sudden Enlargement And Sudden Contraction, Losses Due To Friction In Pipelines, Reynold's Apparatus, Metacentric Height Apparatus, Pitot Tube Setup, Nozzle Meter Test Rig, Laminar Flow Table, Free Vortex Apparatus, Forced Vortex Apparatus.


Highway Engineering

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Highway Engineering

Lab Description

The lab is equipped with State-of-the-art equipments for material testing and mix design, pavement evaluation studies, and road safety and road construction quality evaluation.  It undertakes studies in mapping of road construction materials, use of marginal materials for road construction like waste plastic and other locally available materials. 

Instrument Details

Flakiness Apparatus, Sieve Shaker, Sieve Set-Finer, Sieve Set-Coarser, Powrah, Material Pan, Concrete Mixing Pan – Big, Mould-Big, Mould-Small, Mould-Circular, Impact Test Apparatus, Weighing Machine – Big, Flash & Fire Point Test Apparatus, Softening Point Test Apparatus, Standard Penetrometer, Ductility Testing Apparatus, Air Pump, Marshall Stability Test Apparatus, C.B.R Test Apparatus, Compression Testing Machine.


Surveying / Advance Surveying

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Lab Name

Surveying / Advance Surveying

Lab Description

The Surveying Laboratory is equipped with the instruments and tools that students use throughout the surveying course.

Instrument Details

Dumpy Level ,Prismatic Compass, Engineer Plane Table, Surveyor Compass, Vernier Theodolite, Planimeter, Tilting Level, Measuring Chain, Metallic Tape, Ranging Rod, Ranging Rod –Folding, Levelling Staff, Arrows, Optical Square, Cross Staff, Fabric Tape, Hammer, Pegs, Line Ranger, Total Station.


Environment Laboratory

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Environment  Laboratory

Lab Description

The Environmental Engineering Laboratory is a state of the art, well-equipped laboratory that is able to perform most types of laboratory analyses.  The Laboratory has sophisticated equipments to analyze pollution parameters in water and waste water, soil, Air

Instrument Details

Jackson's Turbidity Meter, Jackson's Turbidity Meter, Photo Meter, Nephelo Meter, Digital Ph Meter (With Glass Electrode), Electronic Weighing Machine, Hot Air Oven, Air Incubator, Muffel Furance, Jar Apparatus, Water Bath, Desicator, Cod Digester, BOD Incubator, Auto Clave, Turbiditimeter.


Project Laboratory

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Project  Laboratory

Lab Description

The Project Lab is well-equipped lab that is able to perform most types of Research work related to Project.  The Lab having software like AutoCad, Stadd PRO, E-Tabs & Struds which are very useful for students.

Instrument Details

Acer/Veriton Series

Intel(R) Core(TM)

i3-2120 CPU@3.30 GHz

RAM:2.00GB

HDD:320GB

1) Windows 7 Ultimate

2) Ubuntu


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