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Civil Engineering, among the oldest branches of engineering deals with the development of basic infrastructure required for the sustenance of the society. The department of Civil Engineering at Presidency University offers Bachelor’s Degree (B. Tech.) in Civil Engineering, a postgraduate course (M. Tech.) in Building Construction Technology and Doctarl Programs in Civil Engineering.

The department boasts of a dynamic team of faculty with the right mix of highly experienced and enthusiastic youngsters. The department has several illustrious faculty who have decades of experience in teaching, training and preparing future Civil Engineers. The faculty pool in the department are post-graduates and doctorates from the best universities across India and abroad including the prestigious IITs and NITs. Several faculty in the department have a fair amount of industrial experience which aids in engaging the students in a practical approach towards the subjects.

The department also has a very healthy student faculty interaction, where in there is free exchange of thoughts & knowledge. The faculty advisor system ensures that the growth and progress of each student is personally monitored and nurtured. Grievances/ issues / problems of students are identified in discussion with students and students are counseled to overcome their inhibitions and bring out their best.

The Department has well equipped labs and has built excellent experimental and computational facilities in the field of Soil Mechanics, Environmental Engineering and Concrete Technology and Structural Engineering.

PROGRAM NEEDS for B. Tech. (Civil Engineering)

Creating a sustainable world that provides a safe, secure, healthy, productive, and sustainable life for all people should be a priority for the engineering profession. Civil Engineers have an obligation to meet the basic needs of all humans for water, sanitation, shelter, food and health. Educating engineers to become facilitators of sustainable development, befitting technology, social and economic changes, represents one of the greatest challenges faced by the engineering profession today.

Our B. Tech. Civil engineering curriculum addresses these challenges and provides opportunities for intellectual growth in the context of an engineering discipline, for the attainment of professional competence, and for the development of a sense of the social context of technology, with well-defined educational goals. It also provides higher visibility to a profession that will certainly play a critical role in creating structures and enabling technology to sustain a decent quality of life for current and future generations, especially in the developing world.

To meet the requirement locally and globally, along with our curriculum, graduates are required to emphasize on soft tools to understand the behavior of all the structural components in civil engineering practice and be well-versed with global codal provisions applicable to civil engineering practice.

Program offers many opportunities for budding civil engineers such as:

• To become involved in engineering education through projects in developing communities around the world (including India).

• It provides an innovative way to educate young engineers interested in addressing the problems of developing countries and communities.

• Inspires engineers to embrace the principles of sustainable development, renewable resources management, appropriate technology, and systems thinking

• Prepares engineers for social, economic, and environmental stewardships.

In addition, the program ensures that graduates are equipped with the basic civil engineering core competencies to meet the requirements for the practice of civil engineering at the local, national and global context.

PROGRAM NEEDS for M. Tech. (Building Construction Technology)

The construction industry is undergoing a paradigm shift thanks to the rapid evolution in technology. The use of latest equipment and machinery, smart materials, automation, the advent of 3D printing and the application of software tools for design, drawing as well as management have made construction a challenging and daunting task. The master’s program in Building and Construction Technology aims at equipping graduate students with the requisite knowledge and relevant skills to apply best management practices in carrying out quality construction within the stipulated schedule and budget. The program also exposes them to the updated methods of construction, latest construction equipment, to use construction modelling and management tools. The program provides the inputs for the students in characterizing materials required for a specific construction activity, facilitate them to read the finer aspects of drawings with design detailing. The program provides an overview on risk management, safety and sustainability aspects. This program encourages the graduates to inculcate research attributes and to make them aware about the IPR and research funding agencies at local, national and international level. In addition, the program ensures that graduates are equipped with the building and construction technology core competencies to meet the requirements for the practice in construction industry at the local, national and global context.

Name of the Laboratory

  • Surveying Lab
  • Building Materials Testing Lab
  • Fluid Mechanics Lab
  • Engineering Geology Lab
  • Concrete & Highway Materials Testing Lab
  • Computer Aided Building Drawing
  • Environmental Engg Lab
  • Soil Mechanics Lab
  • Computer Aided Structural Analysis Lab

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“Imparting futuristic technical education with a high degree of professionalism in an endeavor to attain global standards to make students technologically competent and ethically strong to ensure better quality of life.”


• To inspire and mould young civil engineers through a comprehensive program.

• To set up and carry out state of the art research in the field of civil engineering.

• To impart quality education for achieving academic excellence.

• To inculcate a sense of attitude, dedication, discipline, team work and social responsibility.

• To imbibe passion in students for lifelong learning and research activities.

• To disseminate knowledge of civil engineering and environment among public at large.

• To engage with institutions and industries of excellence as well as to provide technical Support.


1. Apply principles of basic sciences and applied sciences to analyze civil engineering structures/systems

2. Survey, map, measure and analyze data for sustainable infrastructure planning/designing and execution.

3. Predict and forecast societal needs, shelter, floods, droughts, pollution and travel demand.

4. Analyze, design and maintain concrete and steel structures, earthen embankments, irrigation structures, water supply, waste treatment systems and transport systems.

5. Creating work culture to enhance capability in dealing with multi-disciplinary projects and demonstrate social responsibility and professional ethics.


PEO-1 The graduates shall acquire core competence in basic science and civil engineering.

PEO-2 The graduates shall constantly pursue the professional growth with multidisciplinary outlook.

PEO-3 The graduates shall work with high professionalism and ethical standards.

PEO-4 Graduates shall be responsive to societal needs for sustainable development.


PSO-1: Use technical, teamwork and communication skills along with leadership principles, to pursue civil engineering courses in area such as structural, transportation, geotechnical, materials, environment, construction and water resources engineering and/or other fields.

PSO -2: Understanding and applying the mathematical and scientific concepts for analytical and design skills concerned with civil engineering practice.

PSO-3: Engage in life-long learning through independent study and by participating in professional conferences, workshops, seminars, or continuing education by post graduate degree and research

PSO-4: Sensitizing towards contemporary issues, societal needs with professionalism and ethics for sustainable development.


PO-1: Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.

PO-2: Problem analysis: Identify, formulate, review research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.

PO-3: Design/development of solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.

PO-4: Conduct investigations of complex problems: Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.

PO-5: Modern tool usage : Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modeling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations

PO-6: The engineer and society: Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.

PO-7: Environment and sustainability : Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of and need for sustainable development.

PO-8: Ethics : Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.

PO-9: Individual and teamwork : Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.

PO-10: Communication : Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.

PO-11: Project management and finance : Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply these to one's own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.

PO-12: Life-long learning : Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.

Course Outcomes of all the Courses in AY 2020-21 ODD SEMESTER

List of Teaching faculty:

S. No Name Qualification Designation Teaching Experience (in years) Industry Experience (in years)
1 Dr. S B Anadinni B.E., M.E.(Structural engineering),Ph. D. Professor 29  
2 Dr. Jagdish H Godihal B.E, M Tech.(Environmental Engineering),Ph. D. Professor 34 1
3 Dr. Nakul Ramanna B.Tech., M.Tech.(Structural Engineering),Ph. D. Associate Professor 11 3
4 Dr. Chandankeri G G B.Sc.(GPC), M.Sc. (AG)(Applied Geology),Ph. D. Associate Professor 7 16
5 Dr. K Venkatesha Raju B. Sc., M. Sc.(Environmental Science),Ph. D. Assistant Professor 14 1
6 Dr. Mani Ramakrishnan B.Sc., CBZ, M.Sc.(Biological Sciences),Ph. D. Adjuct Professor 18 -
7 Mr. Aaron Darius Vaz B.E, M.Tech.(Structural engineering) Assistant Professor 2 3
8 Mr. Aashi Agarwal B.Tech., M Tech.(Water Resources Engineering) Assistant Professor - -
9 Mr. Aayush Kumar B.Tech., M Tech.(Transportation Engineering) Assistant Professor - -
10 Mr. Ahamed Sharif B.E., M Tech.(Construction Technology and management) Assistant Professor - 1
11 Mr. Akash Kumar Behera B.Tech., M Tech.(Structural Engineering) Assistant Professor - 1.5
12 Ms. Anju Mathew B.E, M.Tech(Structural engineering) Assistant Professor 1 1
13 Mr. Bhavan Kumar B.E., M.Tech.(Environmental Engineering) Assistant Professor 10 -
14 Ms. Bhavya N B.Tech., M Tech.(Remote Sensing And GIS) Assistant Professor 1 -
15 Ms. Biji Chinamma Thomas B.Tech., M Tech.(Geotechnical Engineering), (Ph. D.) Assistant Professor 7 -
16 Mr. Dayalan J B.Tech., M.Tech.(Ocean Engineering) Assistant Professor 15 0.5
17 Mr. Deepak Arora B.Tech., M Tech.(Engineering Structure) Assistant Professor 1 -
18 Ms. Gayatri Venkitesh B.Tech., M Tech.(Transportation Engineering) Assistant Professor - -
19 Mr. Gopalakrishnan N B.E., M.E.(Structural Engineering) Assistant Professor 5 1.5
20 Mr. Harshith J Gupta B.E., M. S.(Advanced computational civil engineering structural studies) Assistant Professor 3 3
21 Mr. Jadgish B Biradar B.E., M.Tech.(Geotechnical engineering) Assistant Professor 5 -
22 Dr. Madhavi T B.E., M.E.(Geotechnical Engineering), Ph. D. Assistant Professor 11 7
23 Dr. Mohammad Shahid G B.E, M Tech.(Environmental Engineering), Ph. D. Assistant Professor 9 1
24 Mr. Navneet Singh B.E., M Tech.(Transportation Engineering) Assistant Professor - 1
25 Ms. Navaneetha H B.E., M. S.(Construction Management) Assistant Professor 2.5 1.5
26 Mr. Ratna Tej Reddy B.E., M Tech. (Structural Engineering and Natural disaster management), (Ph. D.) Assistant Professor 3 2
27 Mr. Santhosh M B B.E., M.Tech.(Environmental Engineering) Assistant Professor 4 -
28 Ms. Sarah Jacob B.Tech., M Tech.(Geotechnical Engineering) Assistant Professor 1 -
29 Ms. Shwetha A B.E., M.Tech.(Environmental Engineering), (Ph. D.) Assistant Professor 8 2.5
30 Mr. Manjunath P B.E., M Tech.(Civil Structural Design) Assistant Professor 1 1
31 Mr. Amaresha B.E., M.E.(Geotechnical Engineering) Assistant Professor - -

List of Non-Teaching Staff:

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Mr. Sambhram K

Lab Instructor


Ms. Sangeetha H M

Lab Instructor


Mr. Rajath Dwivedi

Lab Instructor


Mr. Gowtham

Lab Instructor

Faculty Research:

Papers Published in Journals

Sl. No

Title of the Paper


[National / International]

Vol no & Year of Publication

Name of the Author


Properties of Carban Fibre Reinforced Concrete Using Flay Ash & Bottom Ash

The Indian Concrete Journal



Dr. Shrishail B. Anadinni


Application of Industrial By-product in High Strength Glass Fiber Reinforced Concrete

The Indian Concrete Journal

Jan - 2019,

Vol -93

Dr. Shrishail B. Anadinni


Source Apportionment of Groundwater Pollution using Unmix and Positive Matrix Factorization

Environmental Processes


Dr. Mohammad Shahid


Experimental Study on Properties of Light weight foam concrete

International Research Journal of Engineering & Technology

Vol. 6 , Issue 5, May 2019

Mr. Dayalan J


Self-Curing (Internally

Cured) Concrete

Using Porous Light

Weight Aggregates:

A Better Solution

for the Sustainable


Indian Concrete Journal

July 2019,

Vol. 99

Dr. Shrishail B. Anadinni


A Survey on Water Quality of River Cauvery, Karnataka, India

International Journal of advanced Research in Engineering and Technology

Volume 9, Issue 3, June 2018

Dr. Venkatesh Raju


Screening, detection and quantification of solasodine in Solanum pubescens willd. by reverse phase-high performance liquid chromatography method

International National Journal of Green Pharmacy

Jul-Sep 19

Dr. Mani Ramakrishnan


Altering the expression of p-glycoprotein responsible for chemotherapeutic drug resistance in hepg2 cell line post-treatment with urea and β-mercaptoethanol

Asian Journal of Pharmaceutical and clinical research ,

Vol. 12 Issue 6

Dr. Mani Ramakrishnan


Phytochemical extractions, qualitative analysis, and evaluation of antimicrobial activity in the leaf and stem bark of Solanum pubescens WILLD

Asian Journal of Pharmaceutical and clinical research ,

Vol. 12, Issue 3

Dr. Mani Ramakrishnan


Flexural Performance of Self Consolidating, Self Cured Concrete Beams -Incorporating SAP

‘International Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineering’

Volume-8 Issue-12, October 2019

Dr. Shrishail B. Anadinni

Papers Presented in Conferences



Title of the Paper

Name of the conference


Date of Publication


Name of the Faculty


Strength Characteristics of Self Compacting Self Curing Concrete Using PEG

3rd National Conference in Engineering and Technology,

8th and 9th Feb -2019

Vishwakarma Institute of Information Technology - Pune

Dr. Shrishail B Anadinni


“A GIS based Automatic Drainage Network Extraction for Hoskote Taluk using CARTOSAT-130M DEM”


19th and 20th November-2018.

Department of Civil Engineering, U.V.C.E., Bangalore University

Ms. Shwetha A


“Effect on Properties of High Performance FRC with Quarry Dust and GGBS as Partial Replacement of Sand and Cement”

Recent Advances in Engineering, Technology & Science – 2K19

26th & 27th April 2019

Shridevi Institute of Engineering & Technology

Dr. Shrishail B Anadinni


Analysis of Rotation Capacity of RC beams over formation of Plastic hinges

International Conference on Emerging Research in Civil, Aeronautical and Mechanical Engineering (ERCAM 2019)

July 25th and 26th , 2019

NMIT, Bangalore

Dr. Nakul R


Total cost optimization for Public Transport System in Tumkur City

Pavement and Asset Management: Proceedings of World Conference on Pavement and Asset Management (WCPAM)

Published in 2019

WCPAM, Baveno, Italy

Ms. Navaneetha B N

Papers published by students

Sl. No

Title of the Paper

Journal [National / International] /Fest

Vol. No. & Year of Publication

Name of the Author


“A GIS based Automatic Drainage Network Extraction for Hoskote Taluk using CARTOSAT-130M DEM”

IMPACT OF GLOBAL ATMOSPHERIC CHANGES ON NATURAL RESOURCES (IGACNR)” which was held on 19th and 20th November-2018.

(ISSN 0970-1214)

Mr. Mohammed Fahad T. and Mr. Hyder Abbas A.K.,

Faculty Achievements Awards: Dr. Shrishail B Anadinni, Professor and Head, Department of Civil Engineering has been conferred with “Eminent Engineer Award” by Institution of Engineers (India) Karnataka State Center on 15th September 2019.

Guest Lectures/ Invited Talks:

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Type of Activity

Organized by

1. Dr. S B Anadinni

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Sapthagiri College of Engineering

Technical Talk at One day workshop on “Principles of Mix design on High Strength and Self Compacting Concrete” Sapthagiri College of Engineering in association with ICI
2. Dr. Jagdish H Godihal 1) Water Quality Assessment for Water Infrastructure Systems planning and policy decision support2) Accomplishment of Rain water harvesting and role of IWM


Baveshwara Engineering College (BEC), Bagalkot

Technical Talk at 5 day CEP for engineers of Govt. of Karantaka BEC & Karnataka Engineering Research Stations Engineering staff college, KRS, Mysore
3. Dr. Jagdish H Godihal Developing attitude to nurture the nature for the future


Govt. High School Kakolu, Bangalore North Guest Lecture Govt. High School Kakolu, Bangalore North
4. Dr. Jagdish H Godihal 1) Teaching for 21st Century 2) Maximize Learning through Blended Approach


Presidency University Technical Talk in Induction Program for New Faculty Members (2nd Batch) Presidency University
5. Dr. Jagdish H Godihal Design for Environment and Sustainability


SJCE, Mysore Technical Talk at One week FDP on Advanced Materials for Water, Energy and Health Dept. of Polymer Scinece and Technology and Dept. of Environmental Engineering, SJCE, Mysore under TEQIP - 3
6. Dr Jagdish H Godihal 35th National Convention of Environmental Engineers (NCEE) on Green Technology for Clean and Green India


IEI Karnataka State Center, Bengaluru Chairman for Technical Session - 5 IEI Karnataka State Center, Bengaluru
7. Mr. Bhavan Kumar M Field Astronomy


Alliance University Guest Lecture Alliance University
8. Mr. Bhavan Kumar M Astronomical Surveying


BMSIT, Bengaluru Technical Talk at SDP on Modern Tools and Techniques in Surveying BMSIT, Bengaluru
9. Mr. Bhavan Kumar M Advanced surveying


RRIT, Bengaluru, Karnataka

Technical talk RRIT, Bengaluru, Karnataka
10. Mr. Bhavan Kumar M Advanced surveying-Field Astronomy


Cambridge institute of Technology, Bengaluru, Karnataka Technical talk Cambridge institute of Technology, Bengaluru, Karnataka

Student Achievements: 1) Two Civil Engineering Student teams from Presidency University secured Second and Third places in the Balsa Wood Bridge Hands On Fabrication Competitions as a part of the Bridge Design Workshop of (AAKAAR), Annual Civil Engineering Technical Festival, held at IIT Bombay on 16-17 March 2019. Winning teams from Presidency University were : Team 1 – First Place 1) Nadeem Kalli 2) Honey Sudhilal 3) Manuragh R.J 4) Amrutha D 5) Mebin Mathew Team 2 – Third Place 1) Rakesh B 2) Nithish V 3) Sumanth Samuel 2) Mr Rakesh B secured the 2nd Place in Quiz Competition as a part of the Bridge Design Workshop of (AAKAAR), Annual Civil Engineering Technical Festival, held at IIT Bombay on 16-17 March 2019.

Department Activities

1. A Technical Talk on “BAMBOO- One Straw Revolution” and “Clean technology Club” was organized by the Dept. of Civil Engineering on 29th September 2018. The technical talk was delivered by invited keynote speakers, Dr. B L Chidanand Professor and Head in Department of Animal Sciences UAS, GKVK campus and Mr. A S Divakar, RPA Project and Manager, MPhasis Pvt. Ltd.

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2. An awareness Program on GATE Examination was organized by the Department of Civil Engineering on April 9, 2019. Mr. Venkata Ramana from VANI Institute addressed the students on the higher education opportunities and career avenues in Public Sector Units available through GATE Examination.

3. The Department of Civil Engineering held the Inauguration of Forum Activities for Aca. Year 2019-20 on 17th September 2019 and a Technical talk was delivered on the occasion by Er. H V Eswaraiah, Retd. Technical Director, KPCL. The event also commemorated the Birth Anniversary of Sir M Visvesvaraya. The Guest delivered a talk on “Challenges for 21 st Century Civil Engineers”.

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