Civil Engineering Department

To Build Strong Nation through Dedication.


To create, preserve and promulgate knowledge of civil engineering and thereby, contribute to the social, cultural, and economic well being of the society.


  1. To maintain highest possible quality of civil engineering courses for developing competent, cultured, and responsible human resource.
  2. To design, develop and direct activities of civil engineering discipline.
  3. To extend civil engineering facilities to stakeholders.
  4. To undertake Research & Development activities in civil engineering.
  5. To develop entrepreneurship amongst the students.

Civil Engineering is traditional branch of Engineering and is amongst the founding courses when the institution was started. The department is located in the 'Annexe' building of the college. The Department of Civil Engineering conducts both full time and part time undergraduate courses in Civil Engineering. It also conducts postgraduate programme in Water Resources Engineering and a part time Post-Graduate programme in Soil Engineering.


The department has been engaged in various activities involving industry - institute interaction, research and development, updating curriculum, improving teaching / learning process, development of students and services to society etc. Testing and consultancy services are provided in Environmental Engineering, survey and investigations, Transportation Engineering, Soil Engineering, Building Construction, Water resources Engineering and Structural Engineering. Besides the testing and consultancy activities, the faculty is actively engaged in various research and development projects and infrastructural development activities through the grants from AICTE, UGC, TEQIP etc. Sophisticated and advanced equipments / instruments are available in department. The faculty of the department are invited to deliver technical lectures in various study areas / subject fields from Civil Engineering at various Government / Private organizations or technical institutions. Civil Engineering Students association (CESA) organizes and conducts various programmes and activities for overall development of students. Students are encouraged to arrange and participate in technical events and the department faculty provides necessary guidance to students for the same. Technical Visits to various construction and project sites as well as research laboratories / organizations are arranged so as to give field exposure to the students. Under TEQIP scheme i) Training programs are arranged for faculty. ii) Faculty members are deputed for various training programmes arranged by reputed organisations. iii) Various programs / workshops are organized. In addition, all the routine civil maintenance works in college campus are carried out by the supporting staff.


Civil Engineering Department is working right from the inception of the college in 1960. Since then the department has made continuous progress and development. 1.Department is having highly qualified, experienced faculty. The faculty is dedicated. Faculty has contribution to technical journals and conferences in Civil Engineering. 2.Different laboratories from the department are equipped with the modern equipments, machinery and experimental set ups. These laboratories undergo modernization and development so as to be consistent and compatible with professional field requirements. 3.Computer laboratory at department provides internet connectivity and access to various softwares through sufficient number of computer systems having latest configuration. 4.Faculty from department makes use of modern facilities and techniques during classroom teaching. Faculty regularly uses of LCD projector, power point presentations and e-learning packages. 5.Department has established excellent liaison with govt., local bodies, and industries to render services and expertise. Faculty of the department has established itself as reliable consultancy groups in various sub-streams in Civil Engineering. 6.The government departments, local bodies and industry in Maharashtra especially from Marathwada region refer the problems to the department. The consultancy work is done in a cohesive faculty group with constant interaction and cooperation. Thus, there is a continuum and reliability of service to the society. 7. Number of students who graduated from this department have already been well placed at high positions in different govt. and private organizations. Besides, many have started their own firms and have attained reputed positions in the society. 8. Final year students from Civil Engineering get placed through campus placement cell in reputed Construction companies and organizations.

Program outcomes

After the successful completion of the civil engineering programme the graduates will have:

  1. an ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science and engineering to solve civil engineering problems.
  2. an ability to identify, formulate and analyze civil engineering problems.
  3. an ability to develop and design system components and processes related with civil engineering to meet desired standards
  4. an ability to conduct experiments and to analyze and interpret experimental results and data
  5. an ability to use techniques, skills and modern engineering tools for successful engineering practice
  6. an ability to supervise and direct activities of civil engineering works as per rules, regulations and standards
  7. an ability to complete task to meet desire needs, within realistic constraints such as financial, environmental, social, and sustainability.
  8. an understanding of professional and ethical responsibility
  9. an ability to function on multidisciplinary project or research team
  10. an ability to communicate and interact effectively with the stakeholders.
  11. an understanding of the elements of project management and finance.
  12. an ability to recognize the need for lifelong learning to keep pace with technological advancement
Programm Educational objectives(PEOS)
  1. Graduates will have sound foundation in basic sciences, mathematics, environmental studies and engineering fundamentals.
  2. Graduates will plan, analyze, design and execute civil engineering and multidisciplinary projects to meet desired standards, with financial, environmental, sustainability, social, and ethical considerations.
  3. Graduates will use advanced techniques, skill and modern engineering tools to practice in profession.
  4. Graduates will excel in higher studies and research & development activities.
  5. Graduates will have successful career in Civil Engineering profession and diversified sectors.

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We have Following Courses :

SR.NO Course Course Category Starting Year Duration Year Full/Part Time Intake Capcity
01 BE(civil) UG 1995 4 Part Time 30
02 BE(civil) UG 1960 4 Full Time 60
03 ME(Civil-WRE) PG 2002 2 Full Time 18
04 ME(Civil-Soil) PG 1986 3 Part Time 13

Faculty and Staff :

SR.NO Name of the Teaching Staff Designation Qualification /[expertise]
01 Dr. D. G. Regulwar
Professor & HOD Ph.D. Civil Engineering, Specialization: Water Resources Engineering
02 Dr. S.S.Koranne Associate Professor
03 Dr.R.V. Shetkar Professor Adjunct Faculty

Labs :

Environmental Engineering Lab

  • Lab In charge: Prof. U.J. Kahalekar, Professor
    1. UV-Visible spectrophotometer
    2. High volume sampler and Stack monitoring kit
    3. Muffle furnace, Oven , Refrigerator, BOD Incubator
    4. Electronic digital single pan balance
    5. COD Analyzer, COD Vials heater
    6. Compact Turbidity meter
    7. Multi parameter tester
    8. BOD Auto analyzer

Soil Engineering Lab

  • Lab In charge: Dr. S. S. Koranne, Associate Professor
  • Major Equipment
    1. Plate Load Test Apparatus
    2. Large Direct Shear test Apparatus
    3. Consolidation Test Apparatus
    4. Automatic Compactor
    5. Relative Density Apparatus
    6. C. B. R. Test Apparatus
    7. Swelling Pressure Test Apparatus

Fluid Mechanics Lab

  • Lab In charge: Dr. R.V. Shetkar, Professor
  • lab Description:
    1. AICTE Funding through MODROBS and R&D Schemes for the Development
    2. Water Meter Testing Facility is Available
    3. n-situ Consultation Services are Available
    4. Good Liaison With Water & Land Management Institute, CWPRS, Pune and IIT Bombay, Mumbai
    1. Hydraulic Flume of and 0.35 m wide section and 7.5 m. long with all necessary
    2. Orifice and Mouthpiece Apparatus
    3. Pressure Measurement Devices, Current Meter, Water Meter
    4. Electrical Analogy Apparatus, Heleshaw’s Apparatus
    5. River Model

Surveying Lab

  • Lab In charge: Prof G K Patil, Associate Professor
  • Lab Description:

    This laboratory houses sophisticated instruments viz. Electronic total station, Digital theodolite, Auto level, Vernier theodolite with 1 second accuracy, Digital plani meter, Dumpy levels and Ghat Tracer. The various other equipments available in the lab are

    1. Digital theodolite
    2. Electronic Distance Meter
    3. Metal ranging rods
    4. Measuring chain
    5. Optical square
    6. Box sextant
    7. Levelling staff

Computer Lab

  • Lab In charge: Dr. R.V. Shetkar
  • Lab Description:

    This laboratory houses sophisticated computers, lap tops and printers. Computer laboratory is located in Annex Building. It is divided into two sub parts as UG and PG laboratory.

    Softwares in the Department:

    Road master, SPSS, Fluid Flow, STRUDS, AutoCad, Geomatics, Water Treatment, Sewage System Design, MATLAB, Effluent Treatment Plant.

Transportation Engineering Laboratory

  • Lab In charge:Dr.R.M.Damgir, Associate Professor
  • Major Equipment
    1. Ductility Testing Apparatus
    2. Oven
    3. Electronic Balance
    4. Standard Penetrometer
    5. Viscometer
    6. Bitumen Extractor
    7. Ring and Ball Apparatus
    8. Los Angel's Abrasion Testing Apparatus
    9. Marshal Stability
    10. Impact Testing Machine