Civil Engineering

About the Department

Civil Engineering is a part of the engineering profession that provides the basic prerequisites of humanity from the beginning of the civilization. It focuses on Planning, Development, Design, Construction and Maintenance of the entire physical structure and infrastructure required for sustainability of the society.

The college took a plunge into this immensely refreshing and challenging field of Civil Engineering with the setting up of the Department at SSMIET during the year 2011. It offers under graduate B.E., Civil Engineering program with an annual intake of 120 students.

The academic activities are so planned in a way to accelerate the understanding of fundamental principles and also to nurture creative ability to handle the challenges in the field of Civil Engineering. It also aims to train the young minds and make them well acquainted with latest technological developments and emerging trends in the realm of Civil Engineering by an unique strategy camped with good practical and industrial exposure. A pool of competent and experienced laboratories specialized in Strength of Materials, Hydraulics, Surveying, Geotechnical, AutoCAD, Environmental Engineering and Concrete& Highway which are all at par with the research labs, are available in the department.

Vision

To provide world class technical education to all students aspiring for Civil Engineering profession and producing competent, disciplined quality Engineers to solve challenges with societal focus.

Mission

  1. To produce Civil Engineers of outstanding technical skills and highest ethical values to serve the community.
  2. To impart advanced research, interacting with industry for global needs through novel solutions.
  3. To promote innovative and original thinking coupled with practical insight to meet the global business with rapidly changing technology thereby promoting lifelong learning.

PROGRAMME EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES (PEOs)

PEO 1: Students function effectively as civil engineering professional in industry, government or other organizations–designing, improving, leading and implementing efficient civil engineering practices.

PEO 2: Students are able to apply acquired skills in developing safe, sustainable, economical and environmentally sound solutions to civil engineering problems either within the profession or through post-graduate research.

PEO 3: Students apply their broad civil engineering education to effectively communicate civil engineering concepts orally and in written forms.

PEO 4: Students grow professionally in their career through continuous development of technical skills, improvement of professional efficiency, and assumption of roles of responsibility in professional service.

PROGRAMME OUTCOMES (POS)

  1. Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.
  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.
  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.
  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.
  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.
  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.
  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.
  8. Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
  9. Individual and team work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
  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.
  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.
  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.

PROGRAMME SPECIFIC OUTCOMES (PSOS)

PSO1: Understand the need of sub surface analysis and investigations and its importance for structural designs in a construction project and be able to undertake various research, prepare test reports, also be able to design structures, estimate the quantities using software applications.

PSO2: Environmental management and principles to assess water quality, demand, effective solid waste management, transportation principles, design, and management for various infrastructure projects utilized in effective traffic management. And also advanced surveying techniques, and its utilization in resources management.

Mr.N.Saravanakumar
M.E.,
Assistant Professor & Head
Mrs.S.Lingeswari
M.E., (Ph.D)
Assistant Professor
Mrs.G. Selvabharathi
M.E., (Ph.D)
Assistant Professor
Mr.A. Arulgnana Pragasam
M.E., (Ph.D)
Assistant Professor
Mrs.C.Merlin Rani
M.E.,
Assistant Professor
Mr.V. Praveen Jesuraj
M.E.,(Ph.D)
Assistant Professor
Mr.M. Anandh
M.E.,
Assistant Professor
Mrs.M. Uma Mageswari
M.E.,
Assistant Professor
Mr.M.P. Karthik
M.E., (Ph.D)
Assistant Professor
Mr.V. Anandan
M.E.,
Assistant Professor
Mr.M.A. Pushparaj
M.E.,
Assistant Professor
Mr.T. Sivaganesan
M.Tech.,
Assistant Professor
Mr.R.Kesavamoorthi
M.E.,
Assistant Professor
Mrs.S.Hemanandhini
M.Tech.,
Assistant Professor
Mr.G.Siva Chidambaram
M.E.,M.B.A.,(Ph.D)
Assistant Professor
Mrs.R.Kiruthiga
Assistant Professor
M.E
Mr.R.Manoharan
M.E.,(Ph.D)
Associate Professor
Mr. A. Ambikapathi
M.E.,(Ph.D)
Assistant Professor
Mr.S.Tamil Vasanthan
M.E
Assistant Professor
Mr.R. Saravanakumar
M.E
Assistant Professor
Mr.R.Vignesh
M.E
Assistant Professor
Mr.J.SundarBabu
DCE.,B.Tech.,
Technical Assistant
Mr.R.Dinesh
I.T.I.,
Technical Assistant
Mrs.S.Vinothini
DCE
Technical Assistant
Mr.M.Balasubramani
M.Tech.,
System Administrator
Mr.A.Vivek Sasi
D.C.E.,
Technical Asssitant
Mr.R.Thirupathi
DCE
Technical Assistant

Lab Facilities

Laboratory Equipment/Apparatus
Environmental Engineering pH meter, Turbidity Meter, Conductivity meter, BOD incubator, Muffle Furnace, Hot air Oven, Magnetic Stirrer with hot plates, Jar test Apparatus, Water Bath, COD apparatus, KjeldaneApparatus, Heating Mantles, Digital Colorimeter
Surveying Trimble Total Station M3 (5”), Std. Venier Theodolite, Prismatic compass, Aluminium Level staffs (4 & 5 m), Measuring chain (20 & 30 m), Metallic Tape (15 & 30 m), Ranging Rod, Arrows, Dumpy Level, Plane Table, Cross Staff brass with pole, Pocket Steroscope
Hydraulic Engineering / Fluid Mechanics Machinery Bernoulli Apparatus, Metacentric height Apparatus, Pitot Tube Apparatus, open Channel Appratus, Hydraulic Flume, Venturimeter, Orifice meter, Notches, Impact of Jet on Vanes Apparatus, Flow Through Orifice And Mouthpiece, Loss due to friction in Pipe line, Losses is bents & elbows,  Centrifugal pump, Reciprocating Pump, Pelton wheel Turbine (5 Hp), Francis Turbine (5 Hp), Kaplan Turbine (5 Hp), Rotometer, Submersible Pump, Gear Pump, Tachometer
Soil Mechanics Hot air oven, Digital Weighing Balance, Sieve Shaker, Sieve Adaptor, Unconfined Compressive Strength, Relative Density, Direct Shear, Hydraulic Extruder, Three Gang Consolidation, Tri Axle Shear test, Permeability (Constant & Falling Head) Core Cutter, Pycnometer, Standard Proctor Compaction, Plastic limit, Liquid Limit, Shrinkage Limit, Hydrometer
Strength of Materials Analog cum Computerized Universal Testing Machine (100 ton), Digital Torsion Testing Machine, Impact Testing Machine, Rockwell cum Brinelland Vickers Hardness, Spring Testing Machine, Metallurgical Microscope, Muffle Furnace, Electronic Extensometer, Compressometer, Dial gauges with magnetic base, Vicat needle Apparatus, Mortar cube moulds, Le-Chatelier Apparatus, Beam Deflection Test, Concrete Cube moulds, Vernier Caliper
Concrete & Highway Engineering Concrete cube moulds, Concrete cylinder moulds, Concrete Prism moulds, Sieves Set, Concrete Mixer (30 lit), Slump cone, Flow table, Needle Vibrator, Vee Bee Consistometer, Aggregate impact testing machine, CBR Apparatus, Blains Apparatus, Digital Weighing balance (30 & 100 kg), Compression Testing Machine, Compaction Factor Apparatus, Flexural Testing Machine, Longitudinal Compressometer, Lateral Extensometer, Vibrating Table(100 x 100 cm), Ring & ball Apparatus, Ductility Testing machine, Std. Thar viscometer, Marshall stability Apparatus, Los Angels Testing Machine, Crushing Value Apparatus, Penetration Test Apparatus, Centrifuge extractor

Faculty Activity

Sl. No. Name of the Faculty Member Title of the Programme Duration Name of the Organizing Institute
1

 

M. P. Karthik

R. Kesavamoorthi

T. Sivaganesan

International conference on “Civil Engineering in Emerging Economics” 15th Sep-2018 Malla Reddy Engineering College, Hyderabad
2 M. Anandh

V.Anandan

R. Kesavamoorthy

QIP STC on “Free and Open Source Geospatial Technologies (FOSS4G) for Natural Resources Management” 09  – 13 April 2018. Indian Institute of Science

Bengaluru – 12

 

 

3

 

G. Selvabharathi NPTEL Workshop 1 Day (02.1.18) Thiyagarajar College of  Engineering college, Madurai
4 V. Anandan

M. Anand

J. Muralidharan

Ensuring quality on academic Research 1 Day (02.1.18) NSN College of Engineering and Technology, Karur
5 G.Selvabarathi, M.Umamageswari, V.Anandan,

C.Merlin Rani

National level workshop on “Analysis and design of structures using Bentley STAAD PRO” 17.2.2018

1 Day

SBM College of Engineering and Technology, Dindigul.
6 V.Praveen Jesuraj Recent Trends in Mechanical and Civil Engineering (ICRTMCE’ 18) 07-03-2018  to 09-03-2018 CCET, Oddanchatram
7 G.Selvabharathi One day National Level workshop on “ NPTEL WORKSHOP” 02/01/2018 IIT Madras
8 M. Anandh One day International workshop  on “Ensuring Quality In Academic Research ” 03/01/2018 NSN College of Engineering and Technology,

Karur.

9 V. Anandan One day International workshop  on “Ensuring Quality In Academic Research ” 03/01/2018 NSN College of Engineering and Technology,

Karur.

10 G.Selvabharathi One day National Level workshop on “ Emerging trends in Geotechnical Engineering” 23/03/2018 University college of Engineering,

Anna University, Dindigul -02.

11 M. Anandh Two Days International Conference on “Emerging Trends in Engg Science and Sustainable Tech ” 5th& 6th April 2018 Erode Sengunthar Engineering College
12 G.Selvabharathi One day workshop  on “Analysis and Design of structures using Bentley STAAD PRO” 17/2/2018 SBM College of Engineering and Technology,

Dindigul -05.

13 V. Anandan One day workshop  on “Analysis and Design of structures using Bentley STAAD PRO” 17/2/2018 SBM College of Engineering and Technology,

Dindigul -05.

14 G.Selvabharathi Short term course on “Recent Environmental Challenges, Solutions and Management for sustainability” 29.11.2017 to 05.12.2018 QIP- AICTE, Coimbatore Institute of Technology
15 N.Saravanakumar

S.Lingeswari

G.Selvabarathi,

M.Umamageswari,

V.Anandan,

C.Merlin Rani

V. Anandan

M. Anand

R. Kesavamoorthy

V.Praveen Jesuraj

M.P.Karthik

T.Sivaganesan

M.A.Pusharaj

G. Siva Chidambaram

One Day Workshop on “Disaster management and First Aid” 30-12-2017 SSM Institute of Engineering and Technology,

 

16 N.Saravanakumar

V. Anandan

One day Workshop on “LaTex” 30.11.2017

1 day

SSM Institute of Engineering and Technology,

 

17

 

C.Merlin Rani

N.Saravanakumar

V.Praveen Jesuraj

S.Lingeswari

G.Selvabharathi

M. Anandh

V. Anandan

One day Workshop on “Intellectual property Rights and innovations ” 23/11/2017 SSM Institute of Engineering and Technology, Dindigul

 

18 N.Saravanakumar

M.A.Pusharaj

M.P.Karthik

Goal Setting Workshop for Faculty One day SSM Institute of Engineering and Technology,

 

19 C.Merlin Rani One day National Level workshop on “ Perspectives on Foundation Engineering” 21/10/2017 University college of Engineering,

Anna university, Dindigul -02.

20 V.Praveen Jesuraj Innovative Materials and Techniques for Concrete and Steel Structures (IMTCS – 2017) 22-09-2017 Dr.N.G.P. Institute of Technology  Kalapatti Road, Coimbatore-641048
21 V.Praveen Jesuraj Cold formed Steel Structures (CFSS-2017) 6-10-2017 Dr.N.G.P. Institute of Technology  Kalapatti Road, Coimbatore-641048
22 C.Merlin Rani Faculty Development Training Programme on           “ CE6403 – Applied Hydraulic Engineering” 24/11/2017 to 30/11/2017 University college of Engineering,

Anna university, Dindigul -02.

23 M.A.Pusharaj CE6403, Applied Hydraulic Engineering 1 week Anna University Chennai
24 G. Siva Chidambaram Annual Research Congress Conference One day Karpagam Academy of Higher Education Coimbatore
25 T.Sivaganesan Goal Setting Workshop for faculty empowerment 23-11-2017

2 Days

IQSC, SSMIET
26 T.Sivaganesan Perspectives on Foundation Engineering 21/10/2017

1 Day

PSNA College Of Engineering And Technology, Dindigul -22.
27 M.Uma Mageswari Applied Hydraulic Engineering 7 Days Anna University Chennai
28 Uma Mageswari.M Perspectives on Foundation Engineering 1 Day PSNA College Of Engineering And Technology, Dindigul -22.

 

Department Activities

 

 

Sl.No Name of the Event Organized by Date & Duration
1.         

Seminar on Cement

A.Arul Gnana Pragasam,

R. Saravanakumar

25.08.18
2.         

Women Health Awareness Programme

S.Lingeswari 18.08.18
3.         

Parent-Teacher meet

S.Lingeswari

R.Saravanakumar

14.07.18
4.         

Survey Camp

S.Lingeswari

A.Arulgnana Pragasam

 

12.07.18 –      13.07.18
5.         

SPT Field Demonstration

T.Sivaganesan 05.07.18
6.         

Demonstration of STAAD PRO, Revit architecture and Etabs

A.Arul Gnana Pragasam 04.07.18
7.         

Road Construction – Field Visit

V. Praveen Jesuraj 04.07.18
8.         

Seminar on “Introduction to Civil Engineering”

R. Saravana Kumar 27.06.18
9.         

Alumni Induction meet

A.Arul Gnana Pragasam 20-04-18
10.     

International Day of Water

A.Arul Gnapragasam &

M.P.Karthik

22.03.18
11.     

Inauguration of Civil Engineers builders association

A.Arul Ganapragasam 11.03.18
12.     

Tech Fest 2018

G.Siva chidambaram 02.03.18
13.     

Demonstration of STAAD PRO, Revit architecture and Primavera

V.Praveen Jesuraj 10.02.18
14.     

Department activities Motivational speech

V Praveen Jesuraj 23.12.17
15.     

First Aid & Disaster Management

Mr. A. Arul Gnanapragasam, Mr. M. P. Karthik NDMA 31.12.17
16.    FDP on Soil Mechanics Mr. N. Saravanakumar

Mr. T. Sivaganesan Anna University, Chennai

06.12.17 –        12.12.17
17.    Department Symposium “Squadra” Mr. V. Praveen Jesuraj., AP/Civil 13.09.17
18.    INNOVATIVE TRENDS AND TECHNOLOGY IN DESIGNING Mr. KARTHIK, CADD Centre, Dindigul 05.08.17
19.    Project Proposal to SWATCH BHARAT MRS. G. SELVABHARATHI & DR. S. ROBERT RAVI 23.08.17
20.    Student Project Proposal to TNSCET Mr. M. P. KARTHIK & Four Final year Students 29.08.17
21.    Student Project Proposal to TNSCET Mrs. G. SELVABHARATHI & Four Final year Students 30.08.17
22.    Yoga Make Life Excellent Mr. J. MURALIDHARAN, AP/CIVIL, SSMIET, Dindigul 24.06.17
23.    E-TABS Software Demo Mr. ANTONY JEYANDRAN, Conceptual Designers, Coimbatore 15.07.17
24.    Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam 2nd Memorial Day Function Mrs. S. LINGESWARI, AP/CIVIL, SSMIET, Dindigul 27.07.17
25.    Poster Presentation Competition Department of Civil Engineering – SSMIET 10.01.17
26.    Guest Lecture entitled “Concrete Technology” Department of Civil Engineering – SSMIET 27.02.17
27.    Seminar on  “Software Application in Civil Engineering” Department of Civil Engineering – SSMIET 27.02.17
28.    Organised an Demo Class on “Tekla Software” Department of Civil Engineering – SSMIET 20.03.17
29.    National Level Conference-RATCE 2K17 Department of Civil Engineering – SSMIET 30.03.17
30.    MoU with Federation of Civil Engineering Association at Tamilnadu & Pondicherry FACEAT&P Department of Civil Engineering – SSMIET 03.08.16
31.    Conducted Concrete Cube Contest & Seminar on Concrete Practices for Civil Engineering Students Department of Civil Engineering – SSMIET 22.09.16
32.     

A guest lecture on “ Irrigation Structures”

Civil Dept 10.01.13
33.    SSMIET inaugurated its Association “BOYCE” S.Lingeswari 15.02.13

UNIVERSITY RANK HOLDERS

The following students have secured university ranks.

S. No. Batch Register Number Name of the student CGPA University Rank
1. 2012 – 2016 922112103034 Pavithran. T 8.68 37
2. 2013 – 2017 922113103010 Devimeena.S 8.76 38
3. 2013 – 2017 922113103032 Pavithra.V 8.73 41
4. 2014 – 2018 922114103006 Arul Muralimanokar.S 8.64 49

 GATE SCORER

The following student has obtained GATE score.

S. No. Batch Student Name GATE Score
1. 2013 – 2017 Devimeena.S 25.67

Student achievements 2018-2019

Student achievements 2017-2018

Student achievements 2016-2017

Student achievements 2015-2016

Student achievements 2013-2015

 

 

 

 

 

 HYDRAULICS LABORATORY: 

 

1

The Hydraulics Laboratory was established from the inception of Civil Engineering department. It contains a floor area of 224.3 Sq.Metres. The Laboratory is fully equipped with all necessary equipment along with their accessories, as required for B.E Civil, Automobile engineering and Mechanical Engineering courses in the syllabus. The Laboratory has been kept with pace of modern technological advancements by purchasing new equipment as and when required. The laboratory includes Flow measurement set-ups and Turbo Machines. The laboratory experiments include the study of open channel flow, closed conduit flow, pump and turbine characteristics which enhance the students to acquire thorough knowledge on the practical utility of these devices in the field.

STRENGTH OF MATERIALS LABORATORY: 

1

The strength of materials laboratory measuring an area of 111.32 sq.m. was established at the time of starting of Civil Engineering Department in the year 2012. This laboratory is fully equipped with all necessary machines with accessories for conducting lab. Classes for the under-graduate courses in Civil and Mechanical Engineering. This laboratory has equipments and tools worth Rs.27.79 lakhs which include Universal Testing Machine computerized & servo control of 1000 KN capacity . Besides, there are number of other equipment like Hardness testing machines, muffle Furnace , Electronic extensometer, compresometer,   Spring testing machine, Torsion testing machines,  Impact testing machine, etc. available for the regular practical classes. Sophisticated equipments are being periodically purchased to modernize the laboratory and also to train the students. This laboratory is one of the premier laboratories for the purpose of Consultancy and Testing works. Almost all government agencies and private organizations in and around Dindigul have access to this laboratory for consultancy / testing services.

GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEERING LABORATORY: 

3

 

The Geotechnical Engineering laboratory was established in 2013. The laboratory is equipped with all modern machineries required for advanced research and consultancy services. All the equipment’s mentioned in the syllabus content of the undergraduate programme can be carried out in the laboratory. The area of the laboratory is 167.25 Sq.m. The total cost of the equipment’s around Rs.14.20 lakhs which includes triaxial compression testing apparatus, direct shear test apparatus and unconfined compression testing apparatus. Facilities to conduct field tests like Plate Load Test and Standard Penetration Test are available.

ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING LABORATORY: 

4

The Environmental Engineering Laboratory is well equipped with Specialized instruments like COD Digester, Muffle furnace, Hot Air Oven, Kjeldhal apparatus, Ion Analyzer, Digital pH meter, Turbidity meter, Conductivity meter, BOD Incubator, Flame Photometer, Jar Test Apparatus and Spectrophotometer to meet the academic requirements of undergraduate programme and for full-fledged consultancy activities in the field of water quality analysis.

SURVEYING LABORATORY:

5

The Surveying Laboratory is equipped with the instruments and tools that students use throughout the surveying course. Students learn techniques for gathering field data with both traditional and modern instruments and demonstrate their proficiency on weekly lab exercises and a comprehensive mini project and final exam. Each lab group – typically four students – has a dedicated set of instruments to use, including Dumpy level, theodolite, and total station. Each group also has leveling staffs, tripods, tape, chain and other common surveying tools. The lab also serves as office space for the surveying instructor and teaching assistants, so surveying students have direct access to help for material discussed in lecture and lab. In addition, students have opportunity to use total station, GPS, Digital level equipment which enables horizontal vertical and angular measurements in single operation.

CADD LABORATORY: 

6

The CADD centre provides a modern facility for instruction in a variety of computer software packages. The Lab has equipped with more than 70 Computer Systems with high end latest Configuration hardware. The software available includes STAAD Pro, REVIT Architecture, AutoCAD, RESIST and QGIS.

CONCRETE AND HIGHWAYS LABORATORY:

7

This laboratory contains different equipments used to categorize concrete and bitumen binders in terms of their properties and quality control and provides an additional exposure to the testing of construction materials for the Civil Engineering students. The major equipments available in the laboratory are Aggregate Impact test machine, Los Angel’s Abrasion Testing machine, Deval abrasion testing machine, Aggregate Crushing Machine for finding the material properties. Slump cone, Flow table, Vee-Bee constiometer, and Compaction factor are used for finding workability on fresh concrete likewise Compressive, flexural, split tensile strength, modulus of elasticity of harden concrete also tested in this laboratory. Standard penetrometer, Ring and Ball apparatus, Standard Tar viscometer, Ductility testing machine for bitumen, Marshall Apparatus, Bitumen Centrifuge Extractor is used for finding bitumen property. Consultancy for various construction firms are done widely in this lab. Thus a hand on exposure to these tests assists the students to expertise themselves to be a civil engineer with better confidence and assessment skills.

S.NO TITLE OF PAPER NAME OF THE AUTHORS DEPARTMENT OF THE TEACHER NAME OF THE JOURNAL YEAR OF PUBLICATION ISBN / ISSN NUMBER
1 Experimental study on concrete curing agent using calcium benotonite powder without curing agent G. Selvabharathi, V. Anandan, V. Dhivya, J. Janani, S. Jesima and P. Krishnakumar Civil Engineering International Journal of Latest Engineering and Management Research (IJLEMR) Volume 03 – Issue 04 || April 2018 || PP. 33-37 ISSN: 2455-4847
2 Experimental Investigation on Partial Replacement of Cement by Neem Leaves Ash V.Anandan, M.Anandh, G.Selvabharathi, K.Aishwarya, M.Bhavani, P.Kavitha, M.Keerthana Civil Engineering International Journal of Latest Engineering and Management Research (IJLEMR) Volume 03 – Issue 04 || April 2018 || PP. 35-38 ISSN: 2455-4847
3 Strength Assessment of Eco Bricks M.P.Karthik , V.Sreevidya , R.Kesavamoorthi , A.Arul Gnanapragasam  , T.Sivaganesan, Assistant Professor/Civil Civil Engineering Journal of Advances in Geo Technical Engineering HBRP Publication

Page 7-14 2018.

—-
4 Experimental Study on Light Weight Concrete by Ceramic Waste Praveen jesuraj.V, Assistant Professor/Civil

Dr.Sreevidya.V,

 

Civil Engineering International Journal of Latest Engineering and Management Research (IJLEMR) Volume 03 – Issue 02(S) || PP.60-67 ISSN: 2455-4847
5 Experimental Study on Rice Husk Ash in Concrete by Partial

Replacement

M .P. Karthik and A. Arul Gnanapragasam

Assistant Professor/Civil

Civil Engineering International Journal of ChemTech Research Vol.10, No.8, Sep 2017

pp: 812-819

 

ISSN: 0974-4290

6 Analytical Study on Fibre Reinforced Geopolymer Concrete M .P. Karthik and A. Arul Gnanapragasam

Assistant Professor/Civil

Civil Engineering International Journal of ChemTech Research Vol.10, No.8, Sep 2017

pp: 320-325

ISSN: 0974-4290
7 Mechanical Properties of Concrete with Partial Replacement of Coarse Aggregate by Waste Bottle Caps and Fine Aggregate by Quarry Dust A. Arul Gnanapragasam, S.Lingesweri and M.P.Karthik,

Assistant Professor/Civil

Civil Engineering International Journal of ChemTech Research Vol.10, No.8, Sep 2017

pp: 326-332

ISSN: 0974-4290
10 A General Review On Interlocking Paver Blocks M .P. Karthik,

Assistant Professor/Civil

Civil Engineering International Journal Of Current Engineering And Scientific Research(Ijcesr) 2017 2393-8374
11 Treatment of Tannery Wastewater by Activated Sludge Process G.selvabharathi, Assistant Professor/Civil Civil Engineering Elixir Renewable Energy 2017 229-712x
12 The Investigation of Derailments In Indian Railways Praveen jesuraj.V,

Dr.Sreevidya.V,

Pavithra.V,

 

Civil Engineering International Journal of current Engineering And Scientific Research(IJCESR) 2017 2393-8374
13 Studies on Pumice Lightweight Aggregate Concrete with Quarry Dust Using Mathematical Modeling Aid of ACO Techniques J.Rex, Assistant Professor/Civil Civil Engineering Advances in Materials Science Engineering, Hindawi Publishing Corporation 2016 1687-8442
14 Experimental Study on Flexural and Shear

Behaviour of Fibre Reinforced Concrete

Beams

M .P. Karthik, Assistant Professor/Civil

 

Civil Engineering Advance in Natural and Applied Science Vo:10, April 2016 1995-0772
15 Combined homogenous and heterogeneous treatment of tannery wastewater by solar photo Fenton process G.selvabharathi, Assistant Professor/Civil Civil Engineering Journal of water reuse and Desalination 2016 2220-1319
16 Architecture optimization for Neural Network by Analyses the Parameters of Beam-Column Joint Mr.A.ArulGnanapragasam,Assistant Professor/Civil Civil Engineering International Journal of Advanced Engineering Technology April-June, 2016/1312-1320  

ISSN: 1995-0772

EISSN: 1998-1090

17 Damage Assessment of structure’s Based on Wavelet Technique Mr.A.Arul Gnanapragasam & Mr.J.Rex,  Assistant Professor/Civil Civil Engineering Advances in Natural and Applied Sciences 2016,January 10(1) pages 38-47 Issn: 1995-0772

Eissn: 1998-1090

18 Mechanical properties of high strength concrete with Artificial and Natural Fibers Mr.A.Arul Gnanapragasam & Mr.V.Praveen Jesuraj, Assistant Professor/Civil Civil Engineering Advances in Natural and Applied Sciences 2016,January 10(1) pages 48-56 Issn: 1995-0772

Eissn: 1998-1090

19 Vibration Based Damage assessment of Structures using Wavelet Technique Mr.A.Arul Gnanapragasam, Assistant Professor/Civil Civil Engineering Advances in Natural and Applied Sciences 2016,January 10(1) pages 31-37 Issn: 1995-0772

Eissn: 1998-1090

20 Treatment of Pulp and Paper Wastewater by Electro Fenton Process G.selvabharathi Civil Engineering Asian Journal of Research in Social Sciences and Humanities 2016 2249-7315
21

 

Studies on Biological Treatment of Textile Effluent from CETP G.selvabharathi Civil Engineering Elixir Renewable Energy 2016 229-712x
22 Treatment Of Combined Waste Water By Activated

Sludge Process

G.selvabharathi Civil Engineering IJRET: International Journal of Research in Engineering and Technology 2016 eISSN: 2319-1163

pISSN: 2321-7308

23 Mechanical properties of high strength concrete with metallic and non-metallic fibers M .P. Karthik

 

 

Civil Engineering International Journal of Scientific Research 2015 2277 – 8179
24 Experimental study on shear behavior of hybrid fibre reinforced concrete beams M .P. Karthik

 

 

Civil Engineering KSCE Journal of Civil Engineering 2014 1226-7988
25 Mechanical Properties Of Hybrid Fibre Reinforced Concrete With Available Of Rural Fibers M .P. Karthik,

 

Civil Engineering  

International Journal Of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

 

2013 2277-9655

 

 

S.NO NAME OF THE SCHOLAR Designation AREA OF SPECIALIZATION STATUS
1 Mr. R.. Manoharan Associate Professor Structural Engineering Pursuing
2 Mrs.S.Lingeswari Assistant Professor Structural Engineering Pursuing
3 Mrs.G Selvabharathi Assistant Professor Environmental Engineering Pursuing
4 Mr.A.Arul Gnanapragasam Assistant Professor Structural Engineering Pursuing
5 Mr.M.P.Karthik Assistant Professor Structural Engineering Pursuing
5 Mr.V Praveen Jesuraj Assistant Professor Structural Engineering Pursuing
6 Mr. G.Siva Chidambaram Assistant Professor Structural Engineering Pursuing
7 Mr. Ambikapathi.A Assistant Professor Structural Engineering Pursuing

VALUE ADDED COURSES

The following Value Added Courses have been conducted for the students during the past four years.

  1. Revit Architecture

Revit Architecture is able to leverage dynamic information in intelligent models allowing complex building structures to be accurately designed and documented in a short amount of time.

Name of the Co-ordinator : Mr.A.Arul Gnana Pragasam, AP/Civil

Number of students completed the course during the past 4 years : 278

  1. AutoCAD

AutoCAD is a 2D and 3D Computer Aided Drafting software application used in architecture, construction, and manufacturing to assist in the preparation of blueprints and other Engineering plans.

Name of the Co-ordinator : Mr.A.Arul Gnana Pragasam, AP/Civil

Number of students completed the course during the past 4 years : 118

  1. STAAD.Pro

STAAD.Pro is software used for Structural Analysis And Designing Program for  towers, buildings, bridges, transportation facilities, utility and industrial structures. 

Name of the Co-ordinator : Mr.A.Arul Gnana Pragasam, AP/Civil

Number of students completed the course during the past 4 years : 281

  1. RESIST

RESIST is intended primarily as an educational tool for Architecture and Civil Engineering students to initially size vertical elements to resist wind and earthquake loads.

Name of the Co-ordinator :  Mr.M.Anandh, AP/Civil

Number of students completed the course during 2016 – 2017 : 60

  1. Total station

Total station is a surveying equipment combination of Electromagnetic Distance Measuring Instrument and electronic theodolite which is also integrated with microprocessor, electronic data collector and storage system.

Name of the Co-ordinator :  Mr.V.Praveen Jesuraj, AP/Civil

Number of students completed the course during 2016 – 2017 : 40

  1. SAFE

SAFE is a software tailored for the Engineering of elevated floor and foundation slab systems.

Name of the Coordinators : Mr.T.Siva Ganesan, AP/Civil & Mr.A.Arul Gnana Pragasam, AP/Civil

Number of students completed the course during 2016 – 2017 : 30

  1. QGIS

QGIS, known as Quantum GIS is a free and open-source cross-platform desktop geographic information system (GIS) application that supports viewing, editing, and analysis of geospatial data.

Name of the Co-ordinator : Mr.J.Muralidharan, AP/Civil

Number of students completed the course during 2016 – 2017 : 45

 

 

 

 

Industrial Visit

S.no Company/institution Year Branch Venue Date/duration
1 Mysore Palace, Golden Temple IV- A Civil Mysore,Chinna Mangalore, Black Thunder 10-08-2018 to 13-08-2018
2 KRS Dam IV- B Civil Bangalore,Mysore, Pudhucheri 11-08-2018 to 14-08-2018
3 Mysore Palace IV- C Civil Bangalore, Mysore 10-08-2018 to 13-08-2018
4 KRS Dam III – A & B Civil Bangalore, Mysore 10-08-2018 to 13-08-2018
5 Water Treatment plant II- A,B&C Civil Covai , Ooty 10-08-2018 to 13-08-2018
6 Solid waste management in Madurai corporation

 

IV Civil Tamil nadu 21-07-2017
7 Vaigai Dam

 

III Civil Tamil nadu 17-03-2018
8 Tanjavur Big Temple, Mukkombu Dam, Kalanai Dam II-A Civil Tamil nadu 17-03-2018
9 Vaigai Dam II-B Civil Tamil nadu 17-03-2018
10 Wonderlaw treatment plant, Hillpalace , MS constructions, boating in kerala, munnar jeep trecking II-A & II-B Civil Kerala 11-07-17 to   13-07-17
11 Wonderlaw treatment plant, MA constructions, Marine drive III-A Civil Kerala 11-07-17 to   13-07-17
12 Wonderlaw treatment plant, Krishnaraja sagar dam , Mysore Zoo & Palace, Coorg, Tile print III-B Civil Karnataka 11-07-17 to   13-07-17
13 Wonderlaw treatment plant, MA constructions , Marine drive, Lulu mall III-C Civil Kerala 11-07-17 to   12-07-17
14 Banasura sagar dam, Kanthanpara falls, Hilltrack constructions , Calicut beach IV-A Civil Kerala 11-07-17   to 14-07-17
15 Wonderlaw treatment plant, Madikeri, Jeep raide, talacauveri, River rafting IV-B Civil Karnataka 11-07-17   to 13-07-17
16 Wonderlaw treatment plant, Marine drive, Cherian varkey construction, Lulu mall, Munnar jeep driving IV-C Civil Kerala 11-07-17   to 14-07-17
17 Selvi Chambers II Civil Dindigul 11.01.17 ,     12.01.17
18 V.O.Chidabaranar Port III Civil Tuticorin 11.02.17
19 Avathar Ceramics II Civil Dindigul 14.02.17,  15.02.17,  16.02.17
20 Kallanai Dam II Civil Thanjavur 17.03.17
21 Sothupari Dam III Civil Theni 11.03.17
22 Ramco Cements II Civil Virudhunagar 07.04.17
23 Selvi Chambers II – A & B Civil Dindigul 05/8/2017
24 Wonderla – WTP, Cochin & MA Constructions, Ernakulum II – A & B Civil Cochin &Munnar 10/8/2017 to 13/8/2017
25 Wonderla – WTP, Cochin III – A Civil Cochin 10/8/2017 to 12/8/2017
26 Wonderla – WTP, Bangalore & Tile Print, Bangalore III – B Civil Bangalore, Coorg& Mysore 10/8/2017 to 14/8/2017
27 Wonderla – WTP, Cochin & MA Constructions, Ernakulum III – C Civil Cochin &Munnar 10/8/2017 to 14/8/2017
28 Hill track construction IV – A Civil Wayanad& Kozhikode 10/8/2017 to 13/8/2017
29 Wonderla – WTP, Bangalore &Land Mark Construction Bangalore IV – B Civil Bangalore, Coorg& Mysore 10/8/2017 to 14/8/2017
30 Wonderla – Wtp, Cochin &Varkey Construction, Ernakulum IV – C Civil Cochin &Munnar 10/8/2017 to 14/8/2017
31 Chettinadu Cements Pvt. Ltd. II Civil Karur 15.07.16
32 Sothupari Dam IV Civil Theni 12.08.16
33 Patil Rail Infrastructure Pvt. Ltd. IV Civil Madurai 09.08.16
34 Malampuzha Dam II – A & B Civil Palakad 20.02.16
35 MA Constructions III Civil Kerala 23.07.15- 25.07.15
36 Pamban Bridge II Civil Rameswaram 13.03.15
37 Malampuzha Dam, Aliyar Dam II Civil Kerala 06.09.14
38 LNT, ECC division III Civil Bangalore 06.08.14 – 08.08.14
39 Victoria Terminus IV Civil Mumbai 04.08.14- 10.08.14
40 K.R.S Dam III Civil Mysore 25.09.13 – 27.09.13

Student Progression

YEAR 2014-15 2015-16 2016-17 2017-18
UG to PG 6 6 4 11
Employed 48 43 48 56
Campus Selection 26 34 17 8
Other than Campus recruitment 22 9 31 48
Entrepreneurs 1 5 1 1

 

S.No Name of the Company Designation Name of the Student
1 Polaris software labs Trainee ABOORVA SHANTHINI A
DINESH M
SASIDHARAN B
SATHYA MOORTHY P
HARISH V
2 Soundarya  Decorators Graduate Trainee Engieer MADHU KALYAN G
3 Priya Fire and Safety Sales Officer ARAVINDHAN L
NAGESHWARAN S
PANTHALASELVAN C
RAMESH S
RAJESH KANNAN V
SAKTHIVEL S
SIVAKUMAR M
THIRUMOORTHY M
VENKADESH T
4 India Health care Solutions Intern – AR Executive ARAVINDHAN L
DHINAKARAN PRINCE P
PRADEEPA M
THIRUMOORTHY M
5 eNoah Junior Associate AMIRTHAPRIYA V
VENKATRAMAN R M
6 Lapiz Digital Text Writer NATCHIMUTHU B
RAMESH S
7 Andromeda BPO SIVAKUMAR M
THIRUMOORTHY M
VENKADESH T

2011 Batch – Placement Detail

2012 Batch – Placement Detail

Si.No Name of the Company Designation Name of the Students
1 VELAN INFOTECH,

COIMBATORE

Business Analyst Trainee DHARANYAA B
Customer Support Executive NANTHINI M
Business Analyst Trainee RAJ PRABU R K
2 KGISL , Coimbatore. Junior Process Associate DHARANYAA B
3 Zealous services Pvt.ltd,

Chennai

Customer Support Executive ANAND BABU K
NAVEENKUMAR M
4 CADD Technologies, Coimbatore Tutor KALAIMATHI E
KRISHNA BABU G
SARAVANAKUMAR G
5 DISHA INTERIORS, Chennai Trainee- Projects ABIRAMI K
BALAJI A
DANI KINGSLY A
KIRAN KOWSIC P
LAKSHMI PRIYA L
MADHAVA RAJKUMAR S
NANTHINI M
PAVITHRA M
RAJ PRABU R K
6 GMB Housing Pvt Ltd Graduate Engineering Trainee THARANYA G
SHARMIL JONA J
PARVADHA VARDHINI M
SARAVANAKUMAR G
PAVITHRA M
KIRAN KOWSIC P
JAYASUDHA M
AISHWARYA RAJ R
ABIRAMI K
PRAKASH S
RAJ PRABU R K
CHIDAMBARAM R
VIGNESH S
YAMINIARUNA B
KALAIMATHI E
LAVANYA A

2013 Batch – Placement Detail

Si.No Name of the Company Designation Name of the Students
1  

 

 

Godhood Developers

Trainee CHINNAIAH S
GOWTHAM RAJ M
PRASATH P
SETHUPATHI S
VASANTHA MARI MUTHU E
VIJAY BALAJI M
2 CADD Technologies,

Coimbatore

Tutor PAVITHRA V
RAJAMEENU D
AATHIRAI T
GOWTHAM RAJ M
PRATHISHA R
MOHAMED SHABIULLAH  A.R
3 Zealous services Pvt.ltd, Chennai Customer Support Executive AATHIRAI T
PAVITHRA V
RAGAVINALINA P
4 DISHA INTERIORS,

Chennai

Trainee- Projects AATHIRAI T
MOHAMED KASIM ARSATH  A

2014 Batch – Placement Detail

S.No Name of the Company Designation Name of the Students
1 NICE EDUCATION Communicative English Trainer Keerthana.M
2 1 ON 1 Link Business representative Sabapathi.M
Sangeerani Kamu.M
Mahathir Mohamed.K
Arul Muralimanokar.K
Dhivya.V
Katherin Sofia.N
3 IHITA Engineering Services P.Ltd Junior Framework Design Engineer – Trainee Siva Rama Sudhakar.S

 

MOU with FACET

SSMIET has signed MOU with FACEAT(Federation of all Civil Engineer Association of Tamilnadu and Puduchery). This MOU is signed and extended with the objective of ushering and strengthening better industry-academic linkages for mutual benefit. The Primary objective of this MOU is to involve the advanced research at their own areas.

1

MOU with CADDTech

SSMIET has signed MOU with CADDTech (CADD Technologies School of Design Private Limited). By this MoU, Civil and  Mechanical students can undergo training  programme on Autodesk Revit Architecture & STAAD Pro.

2

MOU with CEWA

SSMIET has signed MOU with CEWA (Civil Engineers Welfare Association).  The Primary objective of this MOU is to improve the employability of the students by imparting required skills and making them industry ready.

3

S.No. Name Designation Job Location
Batch 2011-2015
1. L. Aravindhan Fireman TNFRDM, Chennai
2. B. Natchimuthu Design Engineer Fairyland Foundations, Coimbatore
3. R. Skathivel` Site Engineer Siemens Gamesa Reneable Energy, Chennai
4. R. Venkataraman Site Engineer Chettinad Builders, Chennai
5. R. Kaleeswaran Site Engineer Crystal Associates, Bengaluru
Batch 2012-2016
1. A. Syed Imran Engineer L&T, Kudankulam
2. M.K. Madhan Raj Site Engineer Myraa Construction, Bengaluru
3. M. Naveen kumar Proprietors Landways Interiors Construction, Dindigul
4. A. Balaji
5. S. Dhivakaran
Batch 2013-2017
1. P. Senthil Kumar Sales Engineer AIMIL Ltd.,
2. K. Sulthan Alavdeen Police Tamilnadu Police Service, Chennai
3. M. Vijay Balaji Quantity Surveyor Façade System Limited, Bengaluru
4. S. Chinnaiah Site Engineer Perpetual Constructions, Chennai
5. V. Vignesh Proprietor V Constructions, Chennai
Batch 2014-2018
1. R. Murgavel Site Engineer Simplex Infrastructures
2. J. Mathivanan Site Engineer Varnav Conctructions
3. K. Mahathir Mohamed Site Engineer ISTA, Chennai
4. A. Kannan Site Engineer Srivaru Classic Developers, Chennai
5. K. Prabakaran Site Engineer

 

2013- 2017 Batch Students

The Head of the Department,

Department of Civil Engineering,

SSM Institute of Engineering and Technology,

Dindigul – 624 002.

Tamil Nadu, India.

Phone: 0451 – 2448827.

E-mail Id: hodcivilssmiet@gmail.com

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