DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL ENGINEERING

About the Department

            The Department of Civil Engineering was launched in the academic year 2006-2007. In the year 2010 the Department was upgraded as a Post Graduate Department with the commencement of M.E. Structural Engineering. The Department maintains a constant focus on high quality of Teaching and Learning processes in Civil Engineering that makes the outgoing students confident in meeting the challenges arising out of technological advancement in the field.

The Department offers B.E. Civil Engineering programme with the total annual sanctioned intake of 60, following the curriculum prescribed by Anna University, Chennai. The major subjects included are: Structural Engineering, Transportation Engineering, Water Resource Engineering, Geo technical Engineering, Environmental Engineering and Construction Management.

The Department is under the constant care of a team of committed, qualified and student centric Teachers. Further, the learning activities are supported by several laboratories endowed with advanced instruments and equipments. The major laboratories are: Advanced Structural Engineering Lab, Computer Aided Design and Drafting Lab, Strength of Materials Lab, Applied Hydraulics Engineering Lab, Soil Mechanics Lab and Water and Wastewater Analysis Lab. These laboratories play a crucial role in imparting hands on experience and practical skills to the students.

The students are encouraged to participate National and Regional Level Seminars, Workshops and Conferences organized by Research organizations such as CECRI, SERC, BHEL and Institutes of Excellence like NITs and IITs. The department also encourages the students in organizing and conducting Seminars and Workshops on chosen field inviting participants from the other Institutions. In order to expose the students to recent technological advances, Guest Lectures are arranged inviting eminent Scientists, Technocrats, Industrialist and Professors from NIT-T and IIT-M.

Industrial and Field visits are regularly arranged and the students are taken to Cement Factories, Brick making units, Railway Workshops, Tanning Industries, Dams and Reservoirs. These activities give the students an exposure to real work-space Environment.

As of now (2021) 12 Batches of Civil Engineering Graduates have passed out of the Institution. The Department Alumni are occupying high position in overseas construction industries, Government Departments and many of them have established their own construction Industries.

In view of changing environment leading to climate change and consequent adverse effects such as high temperature, cyclone, and heavy rainfall, the safety of dwellers in the buildings need to be protected. The Department is very much conscious of adverse changes in the environment and making efforts to modify and redesign in Civil Engineering education and training.

Programme offered:

  • B.E. Civil Engineering
  • M.E. Structural Engineering

VISION & MISSION

Vision

  • A knowledge hub in Civil Engineering sciences, contributing to the progress of humanity through innovative thinking, domain expertise and high ethical values.

Mission

  • To provide quality education through industry based value-added trainings  anddevelop skilled Civil Engineers.
  • To nurture competent professionals trained in designing and implementing Civil Engineering systems and to perform professionally and ethically.
  • To provide a conducive environment that fosters aptitude for research, higher education, entrepreneurship skills, leadership quality, and lifelong learning.

Program Educational Objectives (PEO) & Program Specific Outcomes (PSO)

PEO

  • To inculcate skills and talents to develop professional Civil Engineers and thus to enhance entrepreneurship and employability skills.
  • To promote lifelong self-learning abilities for gaining multi disciplinary knowledge through projects, research and industrial training.
  • To sensitize students towards social issues and to introduce them to professional ethics and practices.

PSO

The Graduates of this programme will have the

  • Capability of using knowledge in various domains of Civil Engineering with ethical and social responsibility.
  • Competency in professional areas by way of research-based knowledge, modern Civil Engineering tools and lifelong self-learning ability.

PROGRAMME OUTCOMES (PO)
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 team work: 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: Recognise the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and lifelong learning in the broadest context of technological change.

Faculty

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Dr. P.V. PREMALATHA

Designation Professor and Head
Joining Date 11.07.2022
Qualification Ph.D.,
Nature of association Regular
Experience (in Years) 18 Years 9 Months
Email id pvpremalatha@miet.edu
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Dr. P. SHAHUL HAMEED

Designation Professor / Research Advisor 
Joining Date 04.06.2018
Qualification Ph.D.,
Nature of association Regular
Experience (in Years) 45 Years
Email id researchadvisor@miet.edu
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Dr.K.PANDI

Designation Associate Professor
Joining Date 23.09.2020
Qualification M.E., Ph.D.,
Nature of association Regular
Experience (in Years) 17 Years 7 Months
Email id pandi.k@miet.edu
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B. SEKAR

Designation Assistant Professor
Joining Date 25.06.2012
Qualification M.E.,
Nature of association Regular
Experience (in Years) 12 Years 3 Months
Email id sekar.b@miet.edu
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S. ARUN SAHAYA RAJ

Designation Assistant Professor
Joining Date 03.08.2016
Qualification M.E., Ph.D.,
Nature of association Regular
Experience (in Years) 7 Years 6 Months
Email id arunsahayaraj.s@miet.edu
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K.KALPANA

Designation Assistant Professor
Joining Date 18.08.2020
Qualification M.E., Ph.D.,
Nature of association Regular
Experience (in Years) 3 Years 7 Months
Email id kalpana.k@miet.edu
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P.VETRISELVI

Designation Assistant Professor
Joining Date 08.05.2023
Qualification M.E.,
Nature of association Regular
Experience (in Years) 17 Years 9  Months
Email id vetriselvi.p@miet.edu
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L.KIRUTHIKA

Designation Assistant Professor
Joining Date 08.03.2023
Qualification M.E.,
Nature of association Regular
Experience (in Years) 5 Years 11 Months
Email id kiruthika.l@miet.edu
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Dr.V. VIVEKANANDHAN

Designation Assistant Professor (SL.Gr)
Joining Date 21.08.2020
Qualification Ph.D.,
Nature of association Regular
Experience (in Years) 2 Years 4 Months
Email id vivekanandhan.v@miet.edu
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E.SANTHOSH KUMAR

Designation Assistant Professor
Joining Date 22.06.2015
Qualification M.E.,
Nature of association Regular
Experience (in Years) 8 Years 6 Months
Email id santhoshkumar.e@miet.edu
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R.ARUN KUMAR

Designation Assistant Professor
Joining Date 23.12.2019
Qualification M.E.,
Nature of association Regular
Experience (in Years) 7 Years
Email id arunkumar.r@miet.edu
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S.UMARAJESHWARI

Designation Assistant Professor
Joining Date 12.12.2020
Qualification M.E., Ph.D.,
Nature of association Regular
Experience (in Years) 4 Years
Email id umarajeswari.s@miet.edu
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N.MOHAMED NIZAR

Designation Assistant Professor
Joining Date 11.05.2023
Qualification M.Tech.,
Nature of association Regular
Experience (in Years) 6 Years 10 Months
Email id mohamednizar.n@miet.edu
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S. NATHINA THAMARAI SELVI

Designation Assistant Professor
Joining Date 23.03.2023
Qualification M.E.,
Nature of association Regular
Experience (in Years) 2 Years 7 Months
Email id nathina.s@miet.edu

Curriculum Details

Value Added Courses

2022-2023

  • Short Term Course on STAAD Pro
  • Short Term Course on ABAQUS
  • Quantity Surveying and Bar Bending Schedule
  • Computer Aided Building Drawing using AutoCAD

2021-2022

  • A Value-added course on TEKLA Software
  • RCC Structural Detailing

2020-2021

  • Bar Bending and Scheduling

2019-2020

  • Primavera
  • Analysis and Design of Steel structures using STAAD PRO Software

2018-2019

  • Experimental Techniques and Instrumentation in civil Engineering
  • Design and construction of offshore structures
  • Analysis and Design of steel structures using Etab Software

2017-2018

  • Structural Detailing and Bar Bending Scheduling for super structures
  • Modern construction materials
  • Industrial building drawings using Autocad

2016-2017

  • Rock Mechanics and applications for civil engineering
  • Morden Construction Technology
  • Analysis and design of concrete structures using Etab Software

2015-2016

  • Advanced Surveying
  • Analysis and Design of concrtete structures using Stadd pro software
  • Design and construction of Bridges

Innovative Teaching

  • Google Classroom – a  free collaborative learning tool has been implemented for faculty and students. Faculty can create an online classroom and invite students to join the class then create and distribute the assignments, PPTs, Video Lectures, Lecture Notes. Within the Google Classroom, students and faculty can have interactions about the assignments and clarify their doubts in subjects through online.
  • Smart Class Room – Leverage the advanced technology which provides tools and other contents for the students’ learning using latest media presentations.
  • Inquiry Based instructions – Encouraging students to ask questions and investigate their own ideas that helps in improving their problem-solving skills.
  • Role Play – The role playing approach will help students to understand how the concepts will be relevant to their day to day activities.
  • Think Pair Share – Students are divided into two groups. One group thinks and raise questions and another group will find the answers.
  • Peer to Peer Learning – Students are separated as a pair and make them to discuss about the learned topic with each other.
S.No Faculty name Subject Code & Name QR Code Scan
1. Mr.B.Sekar EN8491 & Water Supply Engineering
2. Mr.S.Arun

sahayaraj

CE8591 & Foundation Engineering
3.  Mr.S.Arun

sahayaraj

GI8013 & Advanced Surveying
4. Mr.J.Joshua Sakunth ORO551/Renewable energy sources
5. Mr.S.Suresh CE8502/Structural Analysis-I

Laboratory Details

COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN AND DRAFTING LAB

Auto CAD

staad pro v8i

Abaqus

Ansys

SOIL MECHANICS LAB

Sieves

Hydrometer

Liquid limit apparatus

Plastic limit apparatus

Shrinkage limit apparatus

Proctor compaction apparatus

Direct shear apparatus

Thermometer

Field density measuring device

Core cutter

Sand Pouring Cylinder

Pycnometer

STRENGTH OF MATERIALS LAB

UTM of minimum 400 KN capacity

Torsion testing machine for steel rods

Izod impact testing machine

Hardness testing machine

Brinell

Vickers

Dial gauges

Le Chatelier’s apparatus

Vicat apparatus

Mortar cube moulds

Fatigue Testing machine

Spring Testing machine

Heat treatment furnace

Binocular metallurgical microscope

Monocular inclined metallurgical microscope

SURVEYING LAB

Plane Table and Accessories.

Prismatic Compass.

Metric Chain

Ranging Rod.

Arrows

Pegs

Tapes

Dumpy Level

Global Positioning System

HYDRAULIC ENGINEERING LAB

Venturimeter setup

Orificemeter setup

Major losses in pipes

Minor losses in pipes

Flow through notches

Flow through mouthpiece

Centrifugal pump

Reciprocating pump

Submersible pump

Gear oil pump

ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING LAB

pH Meter

Turbidity Meter

Spectrophotometer

Flame Photometer

Electrical conductivity meter

Water bath

Desiccator

Weigh Balance

O.D Incubator

Muffle furnace

Hot air oven

COD setup

Kjeldhal apparatus

MATERIAL TESTING LAB

UTM – 400 kN capacity

Flow table

Vee-Bee consistometer

Slump cone

Compaction factor machine

Blains Apparatus

Los – Angeles abrasion testing machine

Concrete cube moulds

Concrete cylinder moulds

Concrete prism moulds

Sieves set

Concrete mixer

HIGHWAY ENGINEERING LAB

Aggregate Impact testing machine

CBR apparatus

Ductility testing machine

Penetration testing machine

Flash and fire point testing equipment

Ring and ball testing equipment

ADVANCED STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING LAB

Loading frame

Load cell (100 ton capacity)

Rebound hammer

Vibration exciter

Vibration meter

Strong floor

LVDT

Proving ring

Demec gauge

Dial gauges

RADIOACTIVITY LAB

The Department of Civil Engineering has established Radioactivity Research Lab with generous funding of the college management. Since radon is found to enhance lung cancer risk in human beings, the study has greater importance. The laboratory is equipped with special instruments such as Spark Counter, Constant Temperature Water Bath, Dosimeters, LR-115 film & Mylar film for the measurement of the Radioactivity gas, 222 Radon emitted from building materials.

Civil-Seive analysis

Civil-pH meter

Civil-soil lab specific gravity

Events Organized

  • Guest Lecture on: “Bridging the Gap: BIM Awareness Program and Practical Insights from Industry Experts” on 05.02.2024

    Topic: “Bridging the Gap: BIM Awareness Program and Practical Insights from Industry Experts”

    Date: 05.02.2024 & Monday / Time:02.00 am to 5.00 pm

    Venue: ‘A’ Block – Seminar Hall.                                             Target Audience: Civil Students – 210

    Resource Person : Mr. Subram Sivanandam

    BIM Manager, Penta-Ocean Construction Co. Ltd, Singapore

    Objective of Program:

    • To understand the necessity of BIM in a construction field.
    • To Gain exposure on current trends in BIM and Case studies in Singapore

    Topics Covered:

    • BIM Adoption and Implementation, Coordination and Collaboration, BIM-based Analysis, 4D Visualization

    Outcomes:

    • Understand the concepts of BIM and its design and construction process by the way of reducing waste and increasing productivity.
    • Understand the real time application of BIM through case studies in Singapore.

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  • Seminar on: “Road Safety” on 24.01.2024

    Topic: “Seminar on “Road Safety”                                             Date: 24.01.2024 & Wednesday / Time:11.00 am to 1.00 pm

    Venue: ‘C’ Block – Seminar Hall.                                             Target Audience: Civil Students – 210

    Resource Person : Mrs. R. Bhuvaneswari

    Divisional Engineer (Highways),

    Road safety wing, Trichy.

    Objective of Program:

    • To prevent the road accidents and give awareness about road rules.
    • To give knowledge on the road traffic codes and its necessity.

    Topics Covered:

    • Road rules, Consequences of accidents, Traffic codes.

    Outcomes:

    • Know the road rules.
    • Gain awareness about the road accidents.
    • Understand the importance of road safety.

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  • One Day Workshop: ``Renovation - Techno Solution for Buildings`` on 17.08.2023

    Topic: “Renovation – Techno Solution for Buildings”                  Date: 17.08.2023, Time:- 10.00 a.m

    Venue: ‘A’ Block – Seminar Hall.                                             Target Audience: Civil Students – 70

    Resource Person : Mr. R. Vinoth Rajendran

    Technical Manager ,

    Ultratech Cement limited,

    Trichy.

    Objective of Program:

    • To understand the quality of water used in concrete.
    • To Gain knowledge on currently available admixtures and its usage in concrete.

    Topics Covered:

    • Water quality checking parameters, Mix design procedure, Adding admixture in concrete.

    Outcomes:

    • Know the water quality parameters.
    • Able to do  pH, chloride, alkalinity test.
    • Know the mix design procedure.
    • Understand the reason of usage of admixture in concrete.

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  • Guest Lecture : ``Mukkombu barrage collapse across the Kollidam River – cause and reestablishment`` on 03.08.2023

    Topic: Mukkombu barrage collapse across the Kollidam River – cause and reestablishment    Date: 03.08.2023

    Venue: ‘B’ Block – Seminar Hall.                                             Target Audience: Civil Students – 70

    Resource Person : Dr. S.Sivakumar

    Executive Engineer – WRD,

    Special Project Division,

    Pudukottai.

    Objective of Program:

    • To understand the basic concepts involved in Anicut and barrage Structures.
    • To acquire knowledge on reason of collapse and the reestablishment of the Mukkombu barrage.

    Topics Covered:

    • Introduction to barrage structures, modes of failures in barrage structures,  Khosla’s theory in barrage structure, reason of collapse of the Mukkombu barrage and its reestablishment.

    Outcomes:

    • Describe about barrage Structures.
    • Acquire knowledge on modes of failures in barrage structures.
    • Know the Khosla’s theory.
    • Understand the reason of collapse.
    • Gain knowledge on reestablishment of the structure.

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  • Practical Training: `` Randon Measurement of Building Materials`` on 25.03.2023

    Topic: Random Measurement of Building Materials    Date: 25.03.2023

    Venue: ‘A’ Block – Radioactivity Lab                                             Target Audience: Civil- 44

    Resource Person : Dr.G. Sankaran Pillai

    Technical Manager Radiation safety officer, Radiological Lab

    MonarchBiotech Pvt Ltd, Thirumazhisai.

    Objective of Program:

    • To familiarize Students with Randon Measurement..
    • To promote the concept of radiation safety among student.

    Topics Covered:

    • A real valued Randon Measurement.
    • Randon space and duality..

    Outcomes:

    • At the end of the event, students learnt about the Randon Measurement and concept of radioactivity in building materials.

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  • Value added course: ``Computer Aided Building Drawing Using AutoCAD`` from 23.03.2023 to 27.03.2023

    Topic: Computer Aided Building Drawing Using AutoCAD    Date: 23.03.2023 to 27.03.2023

    Venue: ‘A’ Block – CAD Lab                                             Target Audience: Civil- 20

    Resource Person : Ms.K.Kalpana & Ms.L.Kiruthika

    Department of Civil Engineering,

    M.I.E.T. Engineering college

    Objective of Program:

    • To familiarize Students with the basic concepts in Vastu Shastra.
    • To make students understand the usage of AutoCAD commands and drafting building drawings.

    Topics Covered:

    • Basics of Vastu Shastra.
    • Drawing of plan, section and elevation drawing using AutoCAD Software.

    Outcomes:

    • Basic Vastu plan of Residential Building.
    • Drafting of a Building plan, Elevation and Sectional Drawings using AutoCAD

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  • Value added course: Quantity surveying and bar bending schedule on 23.02.2023 to 27.02.2023

    Topic: “Quantity surveying and bar bending schedule”    Date: 23.02.2023 to 27.02.2023

    Venue: A-Block – Seminar Hall                                              Target Audience: Civil-51

    Resource Person :Dr.K.Pandi & Mr.S.Arun sahaya raj

    Department of Civil Engineering,

    M.I.E.T. Engineering college

    Objective of Program:

    • To familiarize Students with the basic concepts in Quantity surveying.
    • To make students understand the bar bending schedule and detailing using IS code.

    Topics Covered:

    • Quantity surveying
    • Barbending schedule

    Outcomes:

    • Estimation and Quantity surveying for different constructions.
    • Bar bending schedule preparation for different structural elements like beams, column, slab and footings.

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  • Workshop: ``Importance of Geotechnical Engineering`` & Inauguration of Indian Geotechnical Society. On 17.02.2023

    Topic: “Importance of Geotechnical Engineering”    Date: 17.02.2023

    Venue: ‘B’ – Block – Seminar Hall                                              Target Audience: Civil-105

    Resource Person :Dr.K.Muthukumaran, Mr. Shanmuga Raju & Mr. Sundaram.

    Professor, Department of Civil Engineering,

    Chairman (IGS), NITT & JSW Cements.

    Objective of Program:

    • To familiarize Students with the concepts of Geotechnical.
    • To make students understand the concept of GGBS and Green Concrete.

    Topics Covered:

    • Piles on soft clay – Theory and Practices.
    • The use of Ground Granulated Blast-furnace Slag (GGBS) for Green and Sustainable Concrete.

    Outcomes:

    • Standard Penetration Test, Field Vane Shear test, and site test results of soil.
    • Various parameters related to the green concrete such as durability, sustainability, corrosion effects.

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  • Inaugural Function: ``Civil Engineering Students Association (CESA), in Association with Indian Geotechnical Society`` on 05.12.2022

    Topic: “Inaugural Function”                                                  Date: 05.12.2022

    Venue: B-Block – Seminar Hall                                             Target Audience: Civil-106

    Resource Person : Mr.P.Manoharan

    Retired General Manager, BHEL

     

    Objective of Program:

    • To Inaugurate the Civil Engineering Students Association (CESA) for the academic year 2022-2023.
    • To conduct Department level technical programmes organised by CESA.

    Topics Covered:

    • Professional Engineering practices & Project management.
    • Employability and interview skills.

    Outcomes:

    • Developed leadership skills for organising & co-ordinating events.
    • Planned association activities for the upcoming Academic year.
    • Gained knowledge on Employability and interview skills through guest lecture.

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  • Guest Lecture Online Mode: ``Career Options for Civil Engineers`` on 07.10.2023

    Topic: “Career Options for Civil Engineers”                                           Date: 07.10.2022 / Time:- 2.00 – 4.00 p.m.

    Venue: B-Block – Seminar (online Mode)                                          Target Audience: Civil Students – 75nos

    Resource Person : Mr.Santhanam

    Objective of Program:

    • To understand the opportunities in the field of Civil Engineering.
    • To learn how to prepare ourself and upskill our knowledge through the Civil Engineeringsoftware.

    Topics Covered:

    • Opportunities available in Civil Engineering, importance of learning software, project management skill development.

    Outcomes:

    • The students gained knowledgeon the Career Options for Civil Engineers and the importance of latest technology and software used in Civil Engineering field.

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  • ``Short term course on ABAQUS`` on 28.09.2022 to 30.09.2022 and 07.10.2022 to 10.10.2022

    Topic: “Short term course on ABAQUS”                                                  Date: 28.09.2022 to 30.09.2022 and 07.10.2022 to 10.10.2022

    Venue: B-Block – Renewable Energy Resources lab                                Target Audience: UG & PG Civil

    Resource Person : Mr.P.Varun kumar

    Objective of Program:

    • To introduce Finite Element Analysis concepts using Finite element software Abaqus.

    Topics Covered:

    • Modeling and Analysis of beams, slabs,2D truss,3D space trusses, thin and thick plates and Frames.

    Outcomes:

    • Students gained knowledge on (i) Dynamic analysis (ii) Analysis of thin and thick plates (iii) Stability analysis.

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  • Seminar on : ``Integrated waste management for a smart city`` on 24.08.2022

    Topic: “Integrated waste management for a smart city”                     Date: 24.08.2022 (Wednesday) 2.00 pm

    Venue: B-Block Seminar Hall                                                                 Target Audience: UG & PG Civil

    Resource Person : Dr.G.Venkatesan

    AP Civil/UCE BIT Campus, Trichy

    Objective of Program:

    • To give awareness about waste management
    • To reduce the environmental and health hazard due to improper dumping of waste.

    Topics Covered:

    • Conservation of natural resources, reduction of air, water and land pollution and support for community development.

    Outcomes:

    • The students are exposed to advanced technological solution to the environmental issues.

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  • ``Short term course on: ``STAAD Pro`` on 16.08.2022 to 21.08.2022

    Topic: “Short term course on STAAD”                                                  Date: 16.08.2022 to 21.08.2022

    Venue: C-Block – Computer lab-4                                                          Target Audience: UG & PG Civil

    Resource Person : Dr.P.V. Premalatha

    Objective of Program:

    • To impart an overall knowledge about the feature of STAAD-Pro.
    • To prominence the importance of STAAD-Pro in Structural designing.

    Topics Covered:

    • Introduction to STAAD-Pro, Modeling of a Structure, Advanced Commands Used for Modeling; Model Checking, Analysis & Design and Post Processing of Structure.

    Outcomes:

    • Understand the structural geometry and coordinate system.
    • To learn how to model a structure.
    • To learn how to model a structure through advance command.
    • To learn how to check, analysis and design a structure.
    • To develop a design report of a structure.

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  • Guest Lecture : “Radioactivity in Building Materials`` on 04.08.2022

    Guest Lecture : “Radioactivity in Building Materials”                                  Date: 04.08.2022

    Venue: B-Block Seminar Hall                                        Target Audience: Civil Department

    Course Coordinators: Dr.P.Shahul Hameed

    Research Advisor,  Civil/ M.I.E.T. Engineering College

    Objective of Program:

    • To understand the sources and levels of radioactivity in building materials and to acquire knowledge on the permissible limits of radioactivity in building materials.
    • To learn the impacts of Radon, a radioactivity gas, on human health and methodology to the indoor Radon.

    Topics Covered:

    • Sources of  radioactivity in building materials, types of radioactivity, methodology of measure of radioactivity, measurement indoor radon, significance of indoor radon as earlier causing faster in man.

    Outcomes:

    • Both the students and staff are enlightened to the sources and methodology of measurement of radioactivity substances and radiation from building materials, and possible impact on human lung cancer due to exposure of radiation from building materials and indoor radon exposure within the dwelling of human beings.

    PO & PSO Mapping:

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  • VAC Topic: “RCC Structural Detailing” on 17.06.2022 to 23.06.2022.

    VAC Topic: “RCC Structural Detailing”                                  Date: 17.06.2022 to 23.06.2022

    Venue: D-Block Class Room (DG-3)                                        Target Audience: IV Year Civil

    Course Coordinators: Dr. K. Pandi, AP/Civil.

    Mr. S. Arun Sahaya Raj, AP/Civil

    Objective of Program:

    • To give Additional input to the area of Structural Dimension and Detailing.
    • To Introduce Bar Bending Schedule.

    Topics Covered:

    • Basic Units and Measurements in Structural Elements.
    • Fundamental Knowledge on Structural Drawings and Shuttering.
    • Calculation of Bar Bending Schedule.

    Outcomes:

    • To gain the knowledge on structural detailing.
    • To be able to calculate the Bar Bending Schedule.

    PO & PSO Mapping:

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  • Seminar Topic: “Engineering Seismic Risk Analysis of Buildings” on 19.05.2022

    Seminar Topic: “Engineering Seismic Risk Analysis of Buildings”          Date: 19.05.2022

    Venue: B-Block Seminar Hall                                                                        Target Audience: 60

    Resource person: Dr.Gopala Krishnan

    Objective of Program:

    • To Enhance participants’ understanding of seismic hazards and their impact on structural integrity through comprehensive engineering seismic risk analysis of buildings.

    • To Equip attendees with practical skills in assessing and mitigating seismic vulnerabilities in various building types using advanced analysis techniques.

    Topics Covered:

    • Seismic hazard assessment
    • Structural dynamics and response.
    • Retrofitting and risk mitigation strategies

    Outcomes:

    The students are very interested and enlightened by the guest lecture and methodology of seismic risk analysis from buildings.

    PO & PSO Mapping:

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  • Seminar Topic: “Recent Softwares in Steel Detailing” on 18.05.2022

    Seminar Topic: “Recent Softwares in Steel Detailing”                                    Date: 18.05.2022

    Venue: A-Block Seminar Hall                                                  Target Audience:  IV Year Civil

    Resource person:          Mr.N.Santhanam

    Director

    TCIL IT Education and Training

    A Govt. of India Enterprise

    Objective of Program:

    • To improve the students knowledge in the field of Steel Detailing using Software.
    • To make realistic employment choices in Steel Designing

     

    Topics Covered:

    • To introduce the Tekla software.
    • To Create and manage 3D Structural models.
    • To guides them through the process from concept of fabrication.

     

    Outcomes:

    • Encourage the student’s interest and benefit in steel Detailing.
    • Improve the student’s understanding in the Detailing

     

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  • Workshop: “Project & Finance Management for Aspiring Entrepreneurs” on 27.04.2022

    Topic: “Project &Finance Management for Aspiring Entrepreneurs”    Date: 27.04.2022

    Venue: ‘B’ Block- Seminar Hall                                                                  Target Audience: Civil – 152

    Resource Person : Mr. Sankar

    Managing Partner, PUSHPAA Engineering, Trichy.

    M.I.E.T. Engineering college

    Objective of Program:

    • To familiarize students with project and financial management ideas.
    • To instill in students the idea of entrepreneurship.

    Topics Covered:

    • Directing and organizing each part of the project life cycle.
    • Managing cash flow by ensuring fund availability.

    Outcomes:

    • At the end of the event, students learnt about entrepreneurship and how to establish a new start-up.

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  • Seminar Topic: “Employability skills for future” on 11.03.2022

    Seminar Topic: “Employability skills for future”                                    Date: 11.03.2022

    Venue: B-Block seminar Hall                                          Target Audience:  II & III Year Civil

    Resource person:         Mr.S.Kirthivasan

    Deputy Manager, Talent Acquisition

    MMC Infotech Services Pvt.Ltd, Chennai

    Objective of Program:

    • To help student explore their values and career through individual skill assessments.
    • To make realistic employment choices and to identify the steps necessary to achieve a goal.

    Topics Covered:

    • Resume preparation,
    • How to get ready for interview &
    • How to develop knowledge in core

    Outcomes:

    • Stimulate the development of students interests and curiosity
    • Improved work readiness

    PO & PSO Mapping:

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  • Seminar Topic : ``Quality Check in Construction`` on 13.10.2021

    Value Added Course : “Quality Check in Construction”                   Date: 13.10.2021

    Venue: Online mode                                                                              Target Audience: 64

    Resource person :        Dr.Swaminathan

    Objective of Program:

    • To introduce students to the importance of quality checks in the construction industry and its impact on project success.
    • To familiarize students with the key principles and techniques used in quality control and assurance in construction projects.
    • To provide insights into various quality standards and certifications applicable to the construction industry.

    Topics Covered:

    • Significance of quality checks in construction and its influence on project outcomes.
    • The fundamental concepts and methodologies of quality control and assurance in the construction industry.
    • Compare and contrast different quality standards and certifications relevant to construction projects.

    Outcomes:

    • Significance of quality checks in construction and its influence on project outcomes.
    • The fundamental concepts and methodologies of quality control and assurance in the construction industry.
    • Compare and contrast different quality standards and certifications relevant to construction projects.

    PO & PSO Mapping:

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  • Seminar Topic : ``Importance of Foundation Engineering for Civil Engineers`` on 24.09.2021

    Value Added Course : “Importance of Foundation Engineering for Civil Engineers”     Date: 24.09.2021

    Venue: Online Mode                                                                                                               Target Audience: 65

    Resource person :        Dr. Sivakumar

    Objective of Program:

    • To enlighten the students basic concepts and scope of Foundation Engineering.
    • To familiarize students with the concept of a shallow foundation and the different reasons for the foundation’s failure.

    Topics Covered:

    • The lecture covers the importance of foundations engineering with examples from failures and importance of proper site investigations.

    Outcomes:

    • Scope of Foundation Engineering
    • How to calculate bearing capacity of soil
    • Importance of proper site investigations

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  • Value Added Course : ``Bar bending and scheduling for RC elements`` from 15.03.2021 to 19.03.2021

    Value Added Course : “Bar bending and scheduling for RC elements”                   Date: 15.03.2021 to 19.03.2021

    Venue: Online                                                                                                                  Target Audience: Civil Students- 65 nos

    Resource person :        Mr. K.Pandi and Mr S. Arun Sahayaraj.

    AP Civil /M.I.E.T.  Engineering College, Trichy

    Objective of Program:

    • To have better understanding of reinforcement detailing of various RC elements
    • To achieve faster execution of work at the site.
    • To reduce the reinforcement wastages in cutting.
    • To improve Quality control and better stock management at the site.

    Topics Covered:

    • Bar bending and reinforcement, detailing for column, footing, staircase, beams and lintel cum sunshade.

    Outcomes:

    • The students are exposed to the concept of bar bending, scheduling and detailing for various RC elements.

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  • Title of the Event : Short term course on Primavera, from 08.02.2020 to 15.02.2020 and 22.02.2020 to 29.02.2020

    Title of the Topic: “Short term course on Primavera”                                    Date: 08.02.20 to 15.02.20 and 22.02.20 to 29.02.20

    Venue: D-Block DG – 1                                                                                      Target Audience:  Civil Department

    Resource person:         Mr.Santhanam

    Centre Director, TCIL-IT EDUCATION & TRAINING CENTRE (A Govt. of India Enterprise)

    Objective of Program:

    • To acquiring knowledge about the project, program and portfolio management tool that is used for planning, managing and executing your project work.
    • To learn how to design and handle large and small projects in a number of diverse industries, such as construction and manufacturing.

    Topics Covered:

    • Creating Project Plan and Starting Up Navigation,
    • Formatting the display and adding relationships
    • Tracking progress and Admin
    • Creating role and resources

    Outcomes:

    • The students learn about the project management, scheduling, risk analysis, opportunity management, resource management, collaboration and control capabilities, and integrates.

    PO & PSO Mapping:

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  • Recent Trends in Construction Technology

    Department of Civil Engineering of M.I.E.T. Engineering College, Trichy has organized a guest lecture on the title Recent Trends in Construction Technology” at M.I.E.T. Engineering College campus.Er.A.Mohamed Yunus, Chairman, M.I.E.T. Engineering College gave presidential address to the gathering. Dr.T.Karthikeyan, Director (Planning & Development), M.I.E.T. Engineering College felicitated the gathering. Dr. X.Susan Christina, Principal, M.I.E.T. Engineering College delivered the special address.Mr.J.Augustine Abraham, CEO, Space Designers and Constructions, Chennai has delivered lecture on the development and recent trends in construction industry. Further he extended his views on various civil engineering software applications and their importance.Students of Civil Department participated in the program, organized by the Faculty Members of Department of Civil Engineering.

  • ReBar (Reinforcement Bar)

     We have organized a technical seminar on ReBar (Reinforcement Bar) software for structural detailing of bar bending schedule for all reinforced structures. 80 students have attended the program at Training & Placement seminar hall on 11.08.2017. Mr. K. Balan, Operations Manager of International Drafting & Detailing Pvt. Ltd. has delivered the technical lecture on “Reinforcement design and detailing for all concrete structures – using ReBar CAD software” to the final year Civil Engineering Students.The session was very much interactive in nature, where the reinforcement detailing for almost all civil engineering structures was discussed with the help of photographs and videos of real time projects. This program was very much useful for the students to enhance their knowledge in the area of structural detailing.The feedback from the students was requesting our institution to conduct such programs in future.

  • Analysis of Indeterminate Structures

    We have organized a technical seminar on “Analysis of Indeterminate Structures” at seminar hall on 27.09.2017. Dr. S.Vimala, Professor, P.S.N.A College of Engineering, has delivered the technical lecture on “Analysis of Indeterminate Structures” to the third year Civil Engineering Students.The session was very much interested, various methods used to analyse the frames and indeterminate beams were discussed. This program was very much useful for the students to enhance their knowledge in the area of structural Analysis.

Student Achievements

Conference / Symposium details

DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL ENGINEERING
STUDENTS PARTICIPATION (CONFERENCE & SYMPOSIUM DETAILS)
S.No Name Year Organized by (Institution / Industry) Date Prizes won
1 G.Kavitha IV Year Cauvery College for Women, Trichy 22.01.2020 Technical Symposium Product fabrication – Participation
2 K. Kaosalya IV Year Cauvery College for Women, Trichy 22.01.2020 Technical Symposium Product fabrication – Participation
3 H. Mohammed Aadil Makhdoom IV Year Cauvery College for Women, Trichy 22.01.2020 Technical Symposium Tap pycoon – Participation
4 S.Irshadh Ahamed II Year Anna University, Bit Campus, Trichy 25.02.2020 Technical Symposium Paper presentation- Participation
5 M Vasim Khan II Year Anna University, Bit Campus, Trichy 25.02.2020 Technical Symposium Paper presentation – Participation
6 S.Gurusaran IV Year CARE College of Engineering, Trichy 28.02.2020 Technical Symposium Fuzzy Cluzzy -1st Price
7 M Vasim Khan II Year Indra Ganesan College of Engineering, Trichy. 10.03.2020 Technical Symposium Clay Modelling – Participation
8 M Vasim Khan II Year Indra Ganesan College of Engineering, Trichy. 10.03.2020 Technical Symposium Unlock Equips – Participation
9 M Vasim Khan II Year Indra Ganesan College of Engineering, Trichy. 10.03.2020 Technical Symposium Code Cracking – Participation
10 P.Ganesan III Year Mookambigai College of Engineering, Pudukkottai. 27.05.2022 Technical Symposium Model Making – Participation
11 M.Athikesavan IV Year Mookambigai College of Engineering, Pudukkottai. 27.05.2022 Technical Symposium Model Making – Participation
12 S.Gurusaran IV Year Mookambigai College of Engineering, Pudukkottai. 27.05.2022 Technical Symposium Model Making – Participation – 2nd Price
13 R.Anushiya IV Year Mookambigai College of Engineering, Pudukkottai. 27.05.2022 Technical SymposiumModel Making – Participation
14 A.JakirHussian IV Year Mookambigai College of Engineering, Pudukkottai. 27.05.2022 Technical Symposium Model Making – Participation
15 D.Ramesh IV Year Mookambigai College of Engineering, Pudukkottai. 27.05.2022 Technical Symposium Model Making – Participation
16 M.MohamedRasik IV Year Mookambigai College of Engineering, Pudukkottai. 27.05.2022 Technical Symposium Model Making – Participation
17 R.Mohamed Rafi III Year Mookambigai College of Engineering, Pudukkottai. 27.05.2022 Technical Symposium Model Making – Participation
18 K.Asif III Year Mookambigai College of Engineering, Pudukkottai. 27.05.2022 Technical Symposium Model Making – Participation
19 P.Vijayakumar III Year Mookambigai College of Engineering, Pudukkottai. 27.05.2022 Technical Symposium Model Making – Participation
20 A.Shiekmohemed III Year Mookambigai College of Engineering, Pudukkottai. 27.05.2022 Technical Symposium Model Making – Participation
21 S.Nanthakumar III Year Mookambigai College of Engineering, Pudukkottai. 27.05.2022 Technical Symposium Model Making – Participation
22 P.Ganesan III Year Mookambigai College of Engineering, Pudukkottai, 27.05.2022 Technical Symposium Code Cracking- Participation
23 T.Atchaya III Year Kings College of Engineering, Pudukkottai 09.06.2022 National Conference on Recent Trends and Innovation in Civil Engineering, NC-RTICE’22 – Participation
24 Sheik mohamed.A III Year Kings College of Engineering, Pudukkottai 09.06.2022 National Conference on Recent Trends and Innovation in Civil Engineering, NC-RTICE’22 – Participation
25 A.Mohammedaslam III Year Kings College of Engineering, Pudukkottai 09.06.2022 National Conference on Recent Trends and Innovation in Civil Engineering, NC-RTICE’22 – Participation
26 S.Thamaraiselvan III Year Kings College of Engineering, Pudukkottai 09.06.2022 National Conference on Recent Trends and Innovation in Civil Engineering, NC-RTICE’22 – Participation
27 S.Gurusaran IV Year Kings College of Engineering, Pudukkottai 09.06.2022 National Conference on Recent Trends and Innovation in Civil Engineering, NC-RTICE’22 – Participation
28 H.JakirHussian IV Year Kings College of Engineering, Pudukkottai 09.06.2022 National Conference on Recent Trends and Innovation in Civil Engineering, NC-RTICE’22 – Participation
29 S.JasimaBegam IV Year Kings College of Engineering, Pudukkottai 09.06.2022 National Conference on Recent Trends and Innovation in Civil Engineering, NC-RTICE’22 – Participation
30 S.Sathish Kumar IV Year Kings College of Engineering, Pudukkottai 09.06.2022 National Conference on Recent Trends and Innovation in Civil Engineering, NC-RTICE’22 – Participation
31 S.Gurusaran IV Year Kings College of Engineering, Pudukkottai 21.09.2022 Technical Symposium Paper Presentation – 1st Price
32 A.Jakir Hussain IV Year Kings College of Engineering, Pudukkottai 21.09.2022 Technical Symposium Code Carking – Participation
33 A.Jakir Hussain IV Year Kings College of Engineering, Pudukkottai 21.09.2022 Technical Symposium Technical Quiz – Participation
34 M.Abdul Rahman IV Year Kings College of Engineering, Pudukkottai 21.09.2022 Technical Symposium Technical Quiz – Participation
35 S.Gurusaran IV Year Kings College of Engineering, Pudukkottai 21.09.2022 Technical Symposium Technical Quiz – 3rd Price
36 S.Gurusaran IV Year Kings College of Engineering, Pudukkottai 21.09.2022 Technical Symposium Model Making -2nd Price
37 A.Jakir Hussain IV Year Kings College of Engineering, Pudukkottai 21.09.2022 Technical Symposium Model Making – 3rd Price
38 J.Arshad Ahamed IV Year Kings College of Engineering, Pudukkottai 21.09.2022 Technical Symposium Technical Quiz -2nd Price
39 M.Abdul Rahman IV Year Kings College of Engineering, Pudukkottai 21.09.2022 Technical Symposium Code Carking – Participation
40 X.Shalin Swetha IV Year Dhanalakmi Srinivasan Engineering College, Perambalur. 30.09.2022 Technical Symposium Model Making – Participation
41 N.Nishanthini IV Year Dhanalakmi Srinivasan Engineering College, Perambalur. 30.09.2022 Technical Symposium Model Making – Participation
42 P.Vijaya Kumar IV Year CK College of Engineering and Technology, Cuddalore. 30.09.2022 Technical Symposium Scavenger Hunts – Participation
43 P.Vijaya Kumar IV Year CK College of Engineering and Technology, Cuddalore. 30.09.2022 Technical Symposium Parallel Analogy – Participation
44 P.Vijaya Kumar IV Year CK College of Engineering and Technology, Cuddalore. 30.09.2022 Technical Symposium Technical Quiz – Participation
45 S.Thamarai Selvan IV Year CK College of Engineering and Technology, Cuddalore. 30.09.2022 Technical Symposium Parallel Analogy – Participation
46 S.Thamarai Selvan IV Year CK College of Engineering and Technology, Cuddalore. 30.09.2022 Technical Symposium Technical Quiz – Participation
47 S.Thamarai Selvan IV Year CK College of Engineering and Technology, Cuddalore. 30.09.2022 Technical Symposium Scavenger Hunts – Participation
48 S.Thamarai Selvan III Year CK College of Engineering and Technology, Cuddalore. 30.09.2022 Technical Symposium Poster Presentation -3rd Price
49  T.Atchaya IV Year St.Joseph’s College, Trichy. 21.10.2022 Technical Symposium State Level Workshop on Skill Upgradation In Art and Painting – Participation
50  T.Atchaya IV Year Dhanalakmi Srinivasan Engineering College, Perambalur. 30.09.2022 Technical Symposium Paper Presentation
51  A.Faisal Ahamed III Year Sastra University, Thanjavur. 14.10.2022 & 15.10.2022 Technical Symposium Bid-Your-Best -1st Price
52  K.Asif III Year Sastra University, Thanjavur. 14.10.2022 & 15.10.2022 Technical Symposium Bid-Your-Best -1st Price
53  A.MuhammadAslam III Year Sastra University, Thanjavur. 14.10.2022 & 15.10.2022 Technical Symposium Bid-Your-Best-1st Price
54  S.Thamarai Selvan III Year Sastra University, Thanjavur. 14.10.2022 & 15.10.2022 Technical Symposium Bid-Your-Best -1st Price
55  T.Atchaya III Year Sastra University, Thanjavur. 14.10.2022 & 15.10.2022 Technical Symposium Bds-Your-Best -1st Price
56 S.Mohamed Rifayudeen II Year Chendhuran College of Engineering, Pudukkottai 03.03.2023 State Level Technical Syumposium Paper Presentation-Participation
57 S.Mohamed Umar II Year Chendhuran College of Engineering, Pudukkottai 03.03.2023 State Level Technical Syumposium Paper Presentation-Participation
58 M.Mohamed Ibrahim III Year National Institute of Technology, Trichy 05.02.2023 National Level Symposium Tech Vision-3rd  Price
59 A.Faisal Ahamed III Year National Institute of Technology, Trichy 05.02.2023 National Level Symposium Tech Vision-Participation
60 A.Mohamed Aslam III Year National Institute of Technology, Trichy 05.02.2023 National Level Symposium Tech Vision-Participation
61 P.Vijayakumar III Year National Institute of Technology, Trichy 05.02.2023 National Level Symposium Tech Vision-Participation
62 S.Thamarai Selvan III Year National Institute of Technology, Trichy 05.02.2023 National Level Symposium Tech Vision-Participation
63 R.Mohamed Rafi III Year National Institute of Technology, Trichy 05.02.2023 National Level Symposium Tech Vision-Participation
64 T.Atchaya III Year National Institute of Technology, Trichy 05.02.2023 National Level Symposium Tech Vision-Participation
65 K.Asif III Year National Institute of Technology, Trichy 05.02.2023 National Level Symposium Save a Life-Participation
66 K.Asif III Year National Institute of Technology, Trichy 05.02.2023 National Level Symposium Tech Vision-Participation
67 A.Abdul Rahman III Year National Institute of Technology, Trichy 05.02.2023 National Level SymposiumTech Vision-Participation
68 A.Nanina Mohamed III Year National Institute of Technology, Trichy 05.02.2023 National Level Symposium Tech Vision-Participation
69 S.Mohamed Fahad III Year National Institute of Technology, Trichy 05.02.2023 National Level Symposium Tech Vision-Participation
70 P.Vijayakumar III Year Anna University, Guidy Chennai 02.03.2023 Technical Symposium  Walk in – Participation
71 P.Vijayakumar III Year Anna University, Guidy Chennai 02.03.2023 Technical Symposium Cricket Quiz – Participation
72 P.Vijayakumar III Year Anna University, Guidy Chennai 02.03.2023 Technical Symposium Kolly wood Quiz – Participation
73 P.Vijayakumar III Year Anna University, Guidy Chennai 02.03.2023 Technical Symposium Ship Wreck – Participation
74 P.Vijayakumar III Year Anna University, Guidy Chennai 02.03.2023 Technical Symposium Eco Quiz – Participation
75 P.Vijayakumar III Year Anna University, Guidy Chennai 02.03.2023 Technical Symposium Reveal the Civil – Participation
76 P.Vijayakumar III Year Anna University, Guidy Chennai 02.03.2023 Technical Symposium Bob the Builder – Participation
77 P.Vijayakumar III Year Anna University, Guidy Chennai 03.03.2023 Technical Symposium Net Zero – Participation
78 P.Vijayakumar III Year Anna University, Guidy Chennai 03.03.2023 Technical Symposium Primametry – Participation
79 A.Faisal Ahamed III Year Anna University, Guidy Chennai 02.03.2023 Technical Symposium Aptitude – Participation
80 A.Faisal Ahamed III Year Anna University, Guidy Chennai 02.03.2023 Technical Symposium Reveal the Civil – Participation
81 A.Faisal Ahamed III Year Anna University, Guidy Chennai 02.03.2023 Technical Symposium Geowiz – Participation
82 A.Faisal Ahamed III Year Anna University, Guidy Chennai 02.03.2023 Technical Symposium Acropolis – Participation
83 A.Faisal Ahamed III Year Anna University, Guidy Chennai 03.03.2023 Technical Symposium Primametry – Participation
84 A.Faisal Ahamed III Year Anna University, Guidy Chennai 03.03.2023 Technical Symposium Net Zero – Participation
85 R.Mohamed Rafi III Year Anna University, Guidy Chennai 02.03.2023 Technical Symposium Aptitude – Participation
86 R.Mohamed Rafi III Year Anna University, Guidy Chennai 02.03.2023 Technical Symposium Reveal the Civil – Participation
87 R.Mohamed Rafi III Year Anna University, Guidy Chennai 02.03.2023 Technical Symposium Geowiz – Participation
88 R.Mohamed Rafi III Year Anna University, Guidy Chennai 02.03.2023 Technical Symposium Acropolis – Participation
89 R.Mohamed Rafi III Year Anna University, Guidy Chennai 03.03.2023 Technical Symposium Primametry – Participation
90 R.Mohamed Rafi III Year Anna University, Guidy Chennai 03.03.2023 Technical Symposium Net Zero – Participation
91 A.Abul Rahman III Year Anna University, Guidy Chennai 02.03.2023 Technical Symposium Walk in – Participation
92 A.Abul Rahman III Year Anna University, Guidy Chennai 02.03.2023 Technical Symposium Ship Wreck – Participation
93 A.Abul Rahman III Year Anna University, Guidy Chennai 02.03.2023 Technical Symposium Kolly wood Quiz – Participation
94 A.Abul Rahman III Year Anna University, Guidy Chennai 03.03.2023 Technical Symposium Net Zero – Participation
95 M.Kuthrath Niyas III Year Anna University, Guidy Chennai 02.03.2023 Technical Symposium Cricket Quiz – Participation
96 M.Kuthrath Niyas III Year Anna University, Guidy Chennai 02.03.2023 Technical Symposium Walk in – Participation
97 M.Kuthrath Niyas III Year Anna University, Guidy Chennai 02.03.2023 Technical Symposium Reveal the Civil – Participation
98 M.Kuthrath Niyas III Year Anna University, Guidy Chennai 02.03.2023 Technical Symposium Cricket Quiz – Participation
99 M.Kuthrath Niyas III Year Anna University, Guidy Chennai 02.03.2023 Technical Symposium Bob the Builder – Participation
100 M.Kuthrath Niyas III Year Anna University, Guidy Chennai 02.03.2023 Technical Symposium Eco Quiz – Participation
101 M.Kuthrath Niyas III Year Anna University, Guidy Chennai 03.03.2023 Technical Symposium Net Zero – Participation
102 M.Kuthrath Niyas III Year Anna University, Guidy Chennai 03.03.2023 Technical Symposium Primametry – Participation
103 K.Asif III Year Anna University, Guidy Chennai 02.03.2023 Technical Symposium Walk in – Participation
104 K.Asif III Year Anna University, Guidy Chennai 02.03.2023 Technical Symposium Reveal the Civil – Participation
105 K.Asif III Year Anna University, Guidy Chennai 02.03.2023 Technical Symposium Bob the Builder – Participation
106 K.Asif III Year Anna University, Guidy Chennai 02.03.2023 Technical Symposium Kolly wood Quiz – Participation
107 K.Asif III Year Anna University, Guidy Chennai 02.03.2023 Technical Symposium Cricket Quiz – Participation
108 K.Asif III Year Anna University, Guidy Chennai 02.03.2023 Technical Symposium Ship Wreck – Participation
109 K.Asif III Year Anna University, Guidy Chennai 02.03.2023 Technical Symposium Eco Quiz – Participation
110 K.Asif III Year Anna University, Guidy Chennai 03.03.2023 Technical Symposium Net Zero – Participation
111 K.Asif III Year Anna University, Guidy Chennai 03.03.2023 Technical Symposium Primametry – Participation
Name of the Student

Year

Organized by (Institutions/Industry)

Date

Prizes won
M.MOHAMED IBRAHIM
III

NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY,TRICHY,
05.02.2023
NATIONAL LEVEL SYMPOSIUM TECH VISION-3RD PRICE
T.ATCHAYA
III

SASTRA UNIVERSITY, THANJAVUR.
14.10.2022 & 15.10.2022
TECHNICAL SYMPOSIUM BID-YOUR-BEST -1ST PRICE
S.THAMARAI SELVAN
III

SASTRA UNIVERSITY, THANJAVUR.
14.10.2022 & 15.10.2022
TECHNICAL SYMPOSIUM BID-YOUR-BEST -1ST PRICE
A.MUHAMMAD ASLAM
III

SASTRA UNIVERSITY, THANJAVUR,
14.10.2022 & 15.10.2022
TECHNICAL SYMPOSIUM BID-YOUR-BEST -1ST PRICE
K.ASIF
III

SASTRA UNIVERSITY, THANJAVUR,
14.10.2022 & 15.10.2022
TECHNICAL SYMPOSIUM BID-YOUR-BEST -1ST PRICE
A.FAISAL AHAMED
III

SASTRA UNIVERSITY, THANJAVUR,,
14.10.2022 & 15.10.2022
TECHNICAL SYMPOSIUM BID-YOUR-BEST -1ST PRICE
S.THAMARAI SELVAN
III

CK COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY, CUDDALORE,
30.09.2022
TECHNICAL SYMPOSIUM POSTER PRESENTATION -3RD PRICE
J.ARSHAD AHAMED
IV

KINGS COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING, PUDUKKOTTAI,
21.09.2022
TECHNICAL SYMPOSIUM TECHNICAL QUIZ -2ND PRICE
A.JAKIR HUSSAIN
IV

KINGS COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING, PUDUKKOTTAI,
21.09.2022
TECHNICAL SYMPOSIUM MODEL MAKING - 3RD PRICE
S.GURUSARAN
IV

KINGS COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING, PUDUKKOTTAI,
21.09.2022
TECHNICAL SYMPOSIUM MODEL MAKING -2ND PRICE
S.GURUSARAN
IV

KINGS COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING, PUDUKKOTTAI,
21.09.2022
TECHNICAL SYMPOSIUM TECHNICAL QUIZ - 3RD PRICE
S.GURUSARAN
IV

KINGS COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING, PUDUKKOTTAI,
21.09.2022
TECHNICAL SYMPOSIUM PAPER PRESENTATION - 1ST PRICE
S.GURUSARAN
IV

MOOKAMBIGAI COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING, PUDUKKOTTAI,
27.05.2022
TECHNICAL SYMPOSIUM MODEL MAKING - PARTICIPATION - 2ND PRICE
S.GURUSARAN
IV

CARE COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING, TRICHY.
28.02.2020
TECHNICAL SYMPOSIUM FUZZY CLUZZY -1ST PRICE
G.KAVITHA, K.KAOSALYA, M.MOHAMED IMRAN & H.MOHAMMED AADIL MAKHDOOM
IV

HINDUSTAN UNIVERSITY, CHENNAI.
18.12.2019
CHHATRA VISHWAKARMA AWARD 2019 - PARTICIPATION
D. LOGANATHAN
III

CHEZHIAN KARATE INTERNATIONALS
24.02.2019
OPEN GRAND CHAMPIONSHIP – RUNNERS UP
N. GYASUDEEN
M. SHAHUL HAMEED
III

M.A.R. COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECH
24.02.2019
PAPER PRESENTATION - III PRIZE
J. ARIVUNITHI
S. SHEIK SHABEER
III

M.A.R. COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECH
24.02.2019
POSTER PRESENTATION – I PRIZE
K. A. MOHAMMED SAHIM
IV

M.A.R. COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECH
24.02.2019
CODE CRACKING – II PRIZE
K. A. MOHAMMED SAHIM
B. NANDHA KUMAR
IV

M.A.R. COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECH
24.02.2019
MODEL MAKING – I PRIZE
M. SHAHUL HAMEED
III

INDRA GANESAN COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
12.03.2019
POTENTIAL PROFESSOR – II PRIZE
J. ARIVUNITHI
III

INDRA GANESAN COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
12.03.2019
PAPER PRESENTATION – III PRIZE
B. NANDHA KUMAR
IV

INDRA GANESAN COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
12.03.2019
CODE CRACKING – II PRIZE
T. MOHAMMED SAIFUDEEN
IV

INDRA GANESAN COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
12.03.2019
CODE CRACKING – III PRIZE
K.MUHAMMED
II

KINGS COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
16.09.2016
CODE CRACKING - II PRIZE
K.MUHAMMED
II

KINGS COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
16.09.2016
MODEL MAKING II PRIZE
K.MUHAMMED
II

VELAMMAL COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
03.09.2016
QUIZZ BUZZ - II PRIZE

Students Projects

UG Project

Batch No.

Registration

No. 

Name of the Student 

Project Title

1. 812419103039 Mohamed Ismail M Experimental investigation on cellular foam concrete block
812419103316 Shakeel Khan B
812419103317 Sowndhariya Perumal V
812419103311 Mohamed Pasik M
2. 812419103301 Abdul Rahman M Experimental investigation on partial replacement of coarse aggregate with Leca.
812419103306 Hyder Ali M
812419103308 Krishnamoorthy S
812419103313 Rigaf Siddik L
3. 812419103028 Gurusaran S Partial replacement of fine aggregate using Perlite.
812419103029 Jakir Hussain A
812419103040 Mohamed Thariq S
812419103052 Sheik Abdullah J
4. 812419103307 Jasima Begum S Experimental study on concrete by using waste foundry sand
812419103312 Pradeepa P
5. 812419103013 Arshad Ahamed J A Study on the emission level of radioactive gases Radon (Rn222) from the building materials rocks, granites, manufactured sand in karur district in Tamilnadu.
812419103014 Asker Ashif S
812419103049 Ramesh D
812419103036 Mathavan R
6. 812419103002 Aathikesavan M Assessment of emission rate of the radioactive gas, radon (Rn222) from building materials (bricks, sand, and fly ash) in Karur district Tamilnadu.
812419103007 Anandheswaran J
812419103020 Boopathy Balaji B
812419103319 Mohamed Arsath Jameel A
7. 812419103037 Mayakkannan R Fabrication of Bio brick
812419103057 Syed Khamar S
812419103302 Althaf R
812419103310 Mohamed Fareth B
8. 812419103003 Abdul fatthah A Development of fired brick using Industrial and organic waste
812419103004 Abdul kareem K
812419103019 Barzath Ali M
812419103315 Sathish Kumar S
9. 812419103011 Anushiya R Evaluation of exhalation rate of radioactive radon gas (222RN) from soil and wood in Karur district, Tamilnadu.
812419103044 Navin Kumar
812419103303 Apsal A R
812419103304 Balasubramanian V

Batch No.

Registration

No.

Name of the student

Project Title

1 812418103320 Mohammed Fazil.N Experimental investigation on herbal brick
812418103321 Mohammed Jabar.A
812418103322 Monicka.P.M
812418103711 Ragul.L
2 812418103005 Mohamed Aslam.S Analysis of steel profile sheets
812418103006 Mohamed Halidh.M.A
812418103008 Mohamed Ibrahim.A
812418103016 Subash.S
3 812418103301 Aathif Navidh.A Performance evaluation of concrete using timber as partial replacement of aggregates
812418103314 Maheshwaran.M
812418103315  Mogamed Shafir.S
812418103330 Yasar Kamaldeen.M
4 812418103302 Abdul haris.I Experimental investigation on concrete by partial replacement of fine aggregate as saw dust and coarse aggregate as iron slag
812418103326 Ramkumar. B
812418103331 Yazar Arafath.M
812418103332 Yogeshwaran.D
5 812418103002 Abuthalip A Aerobic biodegradation of poultry manure with municipal solid waste
812418103013 Pugalenthi M
812418103019 Venkateshwaran G
812418103501  Mohamed Sheik Rasith M.A
6 812418103305 Ajmeer Khan S Experimental study on self curing concrete by incorporating ggbs as supplementary cementitious material
812418103313 Maheshwaran M
812418103329 Vignesh S
812418106502 Hariharan J
7 812418103304 Abdul Rahman S Experimental study on behavior of interlocking concrete paver block
812418103317 Mohamed Askar Abbas T.S
812418103318 Mohamed Aslam M
812418103324 Nowfil Riswan S
8 812418103003 Jiyavudeen S An experimental investigation on making concrete by using treated gray water and partially replacement of fine aggregate as paper sludge
812418103007 Mohamed Hisham K H
812418103012 Mohamed Rizwan A
812418103020 Vignesh M
9 812418103704 Ajithkumar.S Experimental investigation on   by partial replacement of cement by egg shell powder  and coarse aggregate by broken marbles
812418103705 Sangavi.S
812418103709 Thoubig Mohammed.A
812418103713 Sathivel. M
10 812418103319 Mohamed Usman ALI M Experimental investigation on flexural behavior of rolled steel i-beam using different stiffener position
812418103308 Asifa Begam B
812418103311 Irshadh Ahamed S
812418103328 Vasim Khan M
11 812418103701 Arockia Jerin.A Green concrete with partial replacement of coarse aggregate and fully replacement of fine aggregate along with bio- filtered water
812418103703 Sindhanai SelvI.S
812418103706 Guna.T
812418103707 Bheer Mohamed.S
12 812418103702 Pandi R Experimental investigation using industrial paper pulp powder as partial replacement of cement in addition with bamboo fibre in concrete
812418103708 Suresh M
812418103710 Syed Mohamed K
812418103712 Mohamed Ansari A
13 812418103303 Abdulla.A An experimental study on partial replacement coarse aggregates electronic waste in concrete mix
812418103306 Angelin sineha.J
812418103312 Logeswari .U
812418103316 Mohamed arif khan.J
14 812418103309 Mohamed ishak.M Compressed earth block reinforced with natural and synthetic fibre
812418103010 Mohamed malik.J
812418103011 Mohamed Natheem.M
812418103310 Elango.S
15 812418103001 Abdul Rahman B Purification of water using natural coagulants with plant origin
812418103014 Riyas ahamed.M
812418103015 Siva.A
812418103017 Ubayathulla.A

Batch No.

Registration No. Name of the student

Project Title

1 812417103010 Basheer.M Experimental investigation on self healing concrete by biomineralization and partial replacement of copper slag as fine aggregate
812417103011 Darwish Ahamed.M
812417103012 Dhivakaran.S
812417103027 Mohamed Riyas M.M
2 812417103005 Ajith Kumar.K Experimental study on partial replacement of marble powder and micro silica for cement
812417103037 Santhosh.P
812417103307 Lakshman.S
812417103310 Movin Jerome.S A
3 812417103004 Afsal Ahmed. A Experimental study of agricultural wastes as soil stabilizer
812417103017 Izas Ahamed.H
812417103021 Mohamed Anas.J
812417103040 Sheik Mohamed Yoosuf
4 812417103301 Abdul Rahman.J Treatment of waste water by coagulation and flocculation using natural resources
812417103306 Jegan.T
812417103311 Ramanathan. M
812417103501 Sivasubramani.M
5 812417103703 Divya Bharathi.J Assessment of ground water quality in parts of manapparai taluk
812417103713 Roseline Preethi.G
812417103712 Subalakshmi.K
812417103714 Bharathi.M
6 812417103023 Mohamed Ashik.J An experimental investigation on manufacturing of bricks by using black cotton soil, red soil and fly ash
812417103035 Prince Natheem M R
812417103041 Shobana. S
812417103702 MohanaPriya.P
7 812417103705 Nithish Kumar.N Experimental study on concrete with partial replacement of fine aggregate and coarse aggregate by using glass powder abd waste water bottle caps
812417103717 Karthick.P
812417103716 Rajesh.M
8 812417103014 Faisal Khan.M Experimental investigation of high strength concrete using industrial byproduct and fibers
812417103016 Isak Ahamed.J
812417103030 Mohamed Suhail.H
812417103046 Yakoob Farthani.M
9 812417103711 Dinesh Kumar.P Evaluation of surface water quality and indicies of kudamurity river
812417103710 Mohan Kumar.M
812417103707 Sathish.S
812417103708 Vikram.T
10 812417103038 Saravanan.A Design of interlocking blocks and replacement of m sand by using concrete roof tile waste
812417103303 Arjun Raj.R.R
812417103308 Manikandan.B
812417103314 Vinoth Kingsly.M
11 812417103013 Divakaran.G Effective recycling of plastic waste and utilization in the manufacturing of paver blocks
812417103015 Haamithullah.Y.S
812417103026 Mohamed Riswan M.M
812417103305 Ayyanar.M
12 812417103001 Abdhullah.S Characterization of composite brick with bio degradable and non biodegradable material
812417103020 Mahadevan.N
812417103042 Sri Kannan. S
812417103045 Venkatesh.C
13 812417103008 Aravind. A Effects of coconut shell as partial replacement of coarse aggregate in concrete
812417103018 Jayaprakash.G
812417103019 Kishore J.J
812417103033 Nethaji.M
14 812417103009 Azarudeen.S Experimental investigation on  strengthening of concrete using coconut shell and fly ash as partial replacement of coarse aggregate and cement
812417103034 Nihal S.S
812417103036 Riyas Ahamed.M
812417103313 Srithar.S
15 812417103720 Harish G.P Experimental investigation on  strength of concrete using sisal fibre and coconut coir
812417103715 Imran.J
812417103719 Naveen Kumar.P
812417103718 Vignesh.V
16 812417103302 Ahamed Tharik.K Experimental investigation on permeable concrete
812417103502 Balamurugan
17 812417103706 Karuppaiah.S Experimental study of manufacturing brick by using glass powder and full grain lather waste
812417103704 Prabhakaran.C
812417103709 Prakash.R
812417103701 Surya Prakash.M

Batch No. 

Registration No. Name of the student

Project Title

1 812416103003 Ahamed Rashith. M.A An experiment on manufacturing of brick by red soil and black soil using fly ash and demolition waste
812416103042 Sahul Hameed. M
812416103012 Fais Ahamed. S
812416103007 Askar Ali. A
2 812416103041 Ramjan Ali. J An partial replacement of coconut shell as coarse aggregate in paver blocks
812416103303 Arivunithi. J
812416103311 Loganathan. D
812416103328 Vivek. S
3 812416103020 Lingeshwaran. M Utilization of waste plastics in bituminous road
812416103026 Mohamed Faizal. M
812416103023 Mohamed Ali. S
812416103051 Thariq Ahmed. S
4 812416103037 Mohamed Yaseer. A.R Experimental investigation on autoclave aerated concrete block
812416103048 Surendhiran. S
812416103049 Syed Mohamed. M
812416103050 Thamizuddin. T
5 812416103305 Azgar Shariff. M Comparative study on concrete by partial replacement of ggbs, silica fume and metakaolin for cement with addition of polypropylene fiber
812416103317 Navaneetha Krishnan. D
812416103325 Sri Gowtham. H.D
812416103326 Sulthan Sahi. A
6 812416103315 Mohamed Wasim. A Experimental investigation of permeable concrete
812416103046 Sivaranjan. P
812416103304 Azarudeen. U
812416103313 Mohamed Imran. S
7 812416103025 Mohamed Ashik. A An assessment of closing potholes by using modified bitumen
812416103029 Mohamed Riyaz. M
812416103032 Mohamed Thariq. H
812416103028 Mohamed Imran. M
8 812416103034 Mohammed Aadil Makhdoom.H Partial replacement of reinforcement in concrete structure using bamboo
812416103030 Mohamed Sajith. A
812416103038 Naresh Kannan. G
812416103031 Mohamed Thanweer. S
9 812416103301 Abdullah. K Design of domestic waste water treatment plant
812416103323 Sheik Sabeer. S
812416103321 Shahul Hameed. M
812416103322 Shajahan. M
10 812416103310 Kirupa Shankar. T.G Experimental investigation on tile made from hempcrete
812416103309 Kavin. S
812416103035 Mohammed Abbas. K
812416103033 Mohamed Yunus. A
11 812416103005 Arvind. N Plastic Digester With Vermicompost Reactor For Residential Building
812416103009 Baalaji. M
12 812416103013 Fazil Rahman. M Experimental investigation on concrete by partial replacement of sand with brick dust
812416103036 Mohammed Iliyas. I
812416103040 Parthiban. S
812416103055 Yasin. M
13 812416103002 Abinaya. N Studies on the behavior of eco-bricks with plastic & bamboo reinforcement in building
812416103027 Mohamed Harun. S
812416103307 Gyasudeen. N
812416103001 Abdul Rahim. M
14 812416103014 Gunaseelan. S Effective recycling of plastic waste and utilization in the manufacturing of paver blocks
812416103024 Mohamed Ansar. M.K
812416103045 Shameer Ahamed. M
812416103319 Praveen Kumar. P
15 812416103018 Kavitha. G Experimental growth of plants by using aquaponics with IOT
812416103701 Kaosalya. K
16 812416103312 Maheswari. T An assessment of hydroponic fodder production system and integrated farming
812416103316 Nandhini. N
812416103327 Vinodha. J
17 812416103008 Azarudheen. A An experimental study on papercrete bricks
812416103324 Sirajudeen. L
812416103054 Vasanth Kumar. K
812416103320 Ramkumar. R
18 812416103017 Ijas Ahamed. M An experimental investigation on permeable concrete
812416103011 Dinesh Kumar. A
812416103052 Thaslim Kauser. S
812416103006 Ashik Ahamed. N
19 812416103043 Saleem. A Experimental studies on strength of concrete by partial replacement of marble powder with fine aggregate
812416103044 Sameerudeen. B
812416103302 Aravind. S
812416103053 Usman Kani. M

Batch No.

Registration No. Name of the student

Project Title

1 812415103004 Abuthahir Kursith.R Experimental investigation on concrete by partial replacement of fine aggregate by iron slag
812415103016 Arunprasath.C.V
812415103028 Durgha.S
812415103052 Mohamed Ibrahim.S
2 812415103301 Abdul Aziez,B Experimental study on concrete by replacement of coarse aggregate with solid  epe foam
812415103307 Anumantha Arasan Govan.R.M
812415103315 Mahaboob Shareef.M
3 812415103038 Kumaraguru.M Assessment of metal resistance bioremediation of chromium metal from tannery waste water bacteria
812415103049 Mathubalan..M
812415103305 Ajithkhan.J
812415103310 Chittrarasan.K
4 812415103050 Mohamed Ajmalkhan.S Manufacturing of brick by using demolished waste and paper pulp waste
812415103302 Abdul Rahman.A
812415103308 Assiq Ahamed.A
812415103311 Elanchezhiyan.E
5 812415103020 Ayyappan.S Experimental investigation on mechanical properties of recycled coarse aggregate
812415103024 Bilal Ahmed.U
812415103042 Madhavan.M
812415103053 Mohamed Idrees
6 812415103019 Ashraf.J An experimental study on partial replacement of coarse aggregate as electronic waste in concrete
812415103030 Hakkim Mohamed.M
812415103033 Hariharan.S
812415103316 Mohammed Aboobakar.H
7 812415103013 Anandraj.M Experimental investigation on expanded polystyrene as partial replacement for coarse aggregate
812415103025 Boobalan.C
812415103032 Hariharan.A
812415103041 Mathan Kumar.M
8 812415103040 Logesh Kumar.R Experimental investigation on solid and hollow blocks by using geopolymer concrete
812415103043 Mathusudhanan.A
812415103306 Anantha Ruban.A
812415103314 Gopi Krishna.C
9 812415103006 Ahamed Ali. A An experimental study on partial replacement of fine aggregate as coconut fibre and paper sludge waste in concrete
812415103021 Azeep Ahamed.N
812415103036 Kanthsri.K
10 812415103001 Abdul Jabbar Siddiq.R Analyses the physico chemical characteristics of waste water
812415103002 Abdul Rahuman.A
812415103007 Ahamed Khan.S
812415103012 Amthaan Ashif.B
11 812415103011 Amal Bosco.A Experimental study on behavior of bricks using boiler ash
812415103026 Dhivakar.S
812415103029 Gowtham.R
812415103035 Josiah David Doss
12 812415103018 Ashika.M.A As experimental study of concrete by using bottle caps as partial replacement of coarse aggregate
812415103044 Malavika.R
812415103313 Ganesh.C
812415103317 Mohamed Mujahid.S
13 812415103017 Asaithambi.A Experimental investigation on concrete by replacement of fine aggregate by ferro silicate slag and saw dust
812415103022 Bala Murugan.G
812415103023 Balasubramanian.S
812415103031 Haneefraja.S
14 812415103005 Abuthalif.N Experimental investigation of ceramic waste as a partial replacement of coarse aggregate in concrete
812415103034 Inba.N
812415103039 Lavanya Priyadharshini.S
812415103319 Mohamed IshaK.A
15 812415103303 Abinash Pandiyan.D Experimental investigation on concrete paver blocks using industrial waste
812415103304 Ahamed Abdullah.H
812415103312 Farrose Ahamed.F
812415103318 Mohamed Riswandeen.N
16 812415103046 Manikandan.T Experimental investigation of fly ash brick
812415103047 Manimaran.V
812415103048 Manoj.C
812415103309 Bhusanth Balaji.N
17 812415103008 Ajith Arockiyaraj.J An experimental study of concrete by using tannery waste as partial replacement of fine aggregate
812415103009 Ajith Kumar.K
812415103014 Aravind.V.G
812415103037 Karthisan.B
18 812415103054 Mohamed Mydeen.D Experimental investigation on concrete by partial replacement of fine aggregate by waste tyre rubber
812415103055 Mohamed Nizar.M.S
812415103058 Mohamed Salman.A
812415103061 Mohamed Usman Alikhan.S
19 812415103056 Mohamed Riyas.S Permeable concrete using ground granulated blast furnace slag
812415103073 Nithis Kumar.K
812415103078 Rajesh Pilot.A
812415103102 Vigneshwaran.S
20 812415103057 Mohamed Saifuddeen.T Experimental investigation of co-digestion process for bio-gas production
812415103060 Mohamed Thalha. R
812415103077 Rajesh Kumar.B
812415103081 Santhosh.D
21 812415103059 Mohamed Tariq.H Experimental investigation on concrete by using metakaolin and polypropylene fibre with non new tonian fluid
812415103070 Musthaq Hussain.A.J
812415103094 Syed Mohamed Safiyullah.N
812415103105 Wasim Suhaif.J
22 812415103069 Mullaikodi.R Experimental investigation on concrete by partial replacement of cement with oyster and snail shell
812415103075 Preethi.P
812415103322 Pratheeba.K
23 812415103062 Mohamed Yousuf.H Partial replacement of coarse aggregate with waste glass in concrete
812415103068 Mujeebur Rahman.S
812415103101 Vickram.C
812415103103 Vijayaragavan G
24 812415103065 Mohammed Sahim.K.A Phytochemical analysis and evaluation of sorghum pants grown in sago contaminated soil.
812415103071 Nagarajan.R
812415103072 Nandha Kumar.B
812415103334 Tody Gates.A.M
25 812415103074 Nivetha.C Experimental investigation on strength aspects as a partial replacement of cork ash as cementious material in concrete
812415103079 Sahanas Jasmin.B
812415103083 Saranya.C
812415103336 Vedha Valli.R
26 812415103082 Santhoshprabu.M Self compacting high strength concrete containing multiple use of recycled aggregate
812415103086 Shivaraman.S
812415103087 Sriram.R
812415103097 Umar Yaser Arafath.M.M
27 812415103084 Senthamil Selvan.R Utilization of waste plastics and polypropylene in road construction
812415103088 Sritharan.M
812415103100 Vetrivel.N
812415103331 Sundar.S
28 812415103085 Sheik Madar.S Experimental investigation on concrete by partial replacement of coarse aggregate with ceramic tile waste.
812415103323 Prakash.M
812415103326 Renold.R
812415103335 Ulagu Karthick.S
29 812415103089 Surendran. R Experimental investigation of partial replacement of coconut shell as a coarse aggregate and copper slag as a fine aggregate.
812415103325 Raja Gopal.K
812415103330 Sheik Dawood
812415103702 Vijay .V
30 812415103090 Syed Abuthahir.M.H Flexural analysis of steel concrete composite element.
812415103320 Muhammed.K
812415103328 Sarfraz Ahamed.A
812415103701 Mohammed Abser Hussain.R
31 812415103093 Syed Farook Hussain.N Experimental investigation on concrete by replacing nanoplatelets
812415103321 Noor Mohamed.B
812415103324 Prasanth.P
812415103329 Shanmuganathan.K
32 812415103096 Udhaya Kumar.R Manufacturing of fly ash roof tiles
812415103099 Veera Gopalan.C
812415103332 Suresh.V
812415103337 Vengadesan. M
33 812415103051 Mohamed Azarudheen.S An experimental study on partial replacement of fine aggregate by foundry sand in concrete
812415103080 Sahul Hameed.A
812415103091 Syed Abuthahir.S
34 812415103095 Syed Rizwan.S.I Experimental investigation of partial replacement of cement with nylon crystol to improve concrete properties
812415103098 Vasantha Kumar.P
812415103067 Mohamed Faslan.N
812415103333 Syed Mohamed Aspar.S
35 812415103076 Rajamanikandan.B Experimental investigation of partial replacement of coarse aggregate & fine aggregate by plastic chips and human hair.
812415103104 Vinith.S

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  Registration No.  Name of the Student 

  Project Title

1 812414103002 Ashik M Comparative study on strength analysis of rcc column by normal curing method and drip curing method
812414103004 Abbas Khan.B
812414103022 Baskaran.D
812414103901 Shaik Mohamed Ali.S
2 812414103002 Fathanudeen.F Experimental & analysis of bio – degradable & non bio-degradable using concrete
812414103004 Kamaraj.S
812414103022 Manoj Kumar.N
812414103901 Vigneshan .S
3 812414103020 N.Balaji Strength analysis of papercrete bricks using waste news paper
812414103040 R.Kannan
812414103048 S.Manikandan
812414103049 R.Manoj
4 812414103005 Abdul Gaffar.M Study on strength behavior on concrete by partial replacement of fine aggregate with red soil
812414103012 Arsath Sulaiman.H
812414103050 Mohamed Ali Shaji.J
812414103014 Arun.A
5 812414103016 ARUN KUMAR.P Experimental investigation on rcc beam and stell concrete beam
812414103041 Karthikeyan.S
812414103045 Mahathma.P
812414103321 Thivakar.S.P
6 812414103016 Muhamadu Majith.K Experimental study of agricultural wastes as soil stabilizer
812414103041 Sivaraj.G
812414103045 Gopalakrishnan.S
812414103321 Gupenthiran.G
7 812414103026 Dinesh.P Experimental investigation and characterization of concrete with replacement of sea shell (shank) for coarse aggregate
812414103028 Fahad Ahamed.S
812414103030 Farih Asrar Ahamed.T
812414103034 Goodwin Rusty.D
8 812414103009 Ameen.E Effects of coconut shell as partial replacement of coarse aggregate in concrete
812414103019 Asraf Javith .S
812414103042 Karuppaiah.P
812414103318 Shaagul Hameed. K
9 812414103001 Aafrin Fathima.M Adsorption of textile dyes by using natural adsorbent
812414103025 Chellahmeenal.T
10 812414103018 Asik Mohamed. M Characterization of composite brick with bio-degradable and non bio-degradable material
812414103039 Kamarudeen. S
812414103053 Mohamed Arief.M.J
812414103057 Mohamed Azarudeen.A
11 812414103031 Fathima Beevi .M Experimental and theoretical investigation on flexural member and analysis by ansys
812414103023 Bharkavi.D
12 812414103007 Abinaya.D Reduction of chromium from industrial effluent by photocatalystic method
812414103044 Lavanya.T
812414103046 Maheswari.M
13 812414103003 Abarna .P Experimental investigation on flexural behavior of voided slab
812414103010 Arabath Nisha.A
812414103032 Gayathri.K
812414103033 Gnana Sundari.K
14 812414103055 Mohamed Asiek.B Flexural behavior of rcc beam with partial replacement of shear reinforcement with welded mesh
812414103021 Balathandayuthabani.R
812414103052 Mohamed Anas.A
812414103051 Mohamed Amjath.J
15 812414103017 Ashique Ahamadhu.M Experimental investigation on strength and durability of concrete with spent fire bricks dust as a partial replacement for fine aggregate
812414103037 Kadar Mohaideen.A
812414103059 Mohamed Faizul.J
812414103060 Mohamed Hamdan.K
16 812414103011 Arivunithi.S Effects of nano materials in high performance concrete
812414103015 Arun Kumar.P
812414103027 Dinesh.P
17 812414103035 Harish.S Studying on strength behavior of concrete with simple bonding agents
812414103332 Alwinrevanth. A
812414103027 Beer Maideen. S
812414103306 Jevaram.P
18 812414103501 Aravind .R Characterization and experimentation of composite concrete for the replacement of river sand crusher sand
812414103503 Veeramuthu.S
812414103504 Vignesan.S
19 812414103006 Abdulllah .A Experimental characterization of composite concrete for partial replacement of sugarcane bagasses for cement
812414103008 Abubakkar Sidhik.S
812414103013 Arsathul Rahman.A
812414103043 Lafir Ahamed.B
20 812414103054 Mohamed Ashiq.A.S Retrofitting of a concrete beam subjected to extreme thermal load a model study
812414103056 Mohamed Aslam.J
812414103061 Mohamed Imad.Z
812414103062 Mohamed Kassim
21 812414103063 Mohamed Magdoom Investigation for partial replacement of steel reinforcement by bamboo
812413103068 Mohamed Razith
812414103080 Noor Mohamed
812413103086 Prakash
22 812414103064 Mohamed Marwan Effective planning and construction of dairy form by using ms project
812414103072 Mohamed Siddique
812414103073 Mohammed Suhail
812414103117 Vetrivel
23 812414103065 Mohamed Mujahith Treatment of dairy waste water using sequential batch reactor
812414103067 Mohamed Rafiq
812414103069 Mohamed Sameer
812414103096 Sajith Ahamed
24 812414103066 Mohd Nazrudeen Experimental investigation on concrete to increase the compressive strength using alccofine
812414103087 Prasamma Rajulu
812414103102 Sithickraja
812414103120 Vimal
25 812414103070 Mohamed Yasir Experimental of study on partial replacement of marble powder and micro silica for cement
812414103090 Ragu
812414103108 Subaidulla
26 812414103074 Mohana Priya Experimental investigation on concrete with partial replacement of vermiculite for fine aggregate
812414103084 Paraneswaeri
812414103314 Naveen
27 812414103075 Munees Kannan Experimental investigation on strengthening of concrete using coconut shell and fly ash as partial replacement of casrse aggregate
812414103088 Prasanth
812414103118 Vignesh
812414103122 Wasim Ahmed
28 812414103076 Muthu Chinnaiah Experimental investigation on strengthening of concrete using  ggbs for partial replacement of fine aggregate with recycling of plastic
812414103115 Thamotharan
812414103103 Sivanesan
812414103114 Tamil Selvamani
29 812414103077 Muthuramakrishnan Slope soil stabilization using natural fibers
812414103078 Niyas
812414103079 Niyaskhan
812414103106 Sriram
30 812414103081 Noorul Hudha Siddiq Study on light weight concrete using expanded polystyrene beads and foam pieces
812414103301 Abdul Ajees
812414103309 Jafer Ali
812414103323 Yunus Makki
31 812414103082 Palanivel The study on the properties of concrete with white sand as partial replacement of river sand
812414103083 Pandiyan
812414103100 Seenivasan
812414103502 Prasanna
32 812414103085 Poornima Modular design and prefabrication of funicular shell roofing elements with recycled aggregates
812414103104 Sivapriya
812414103111 Sudarvizhi
33 812414103089 Priyanka Retrofitting of reinforced brick masonry beam
812414103121 Vishnudevi
812414103123 Yamuna
34 812414103091 Rajab Peer Mohamed Experimental investigation on concrete by partial replacement of fine aggregate by ggbs and cement by bentonite
812414103095 Rogen
812414103097 Santhoshbalaji
812414103124 Yasar Arabath
35 812414103092 Rajasundar Effect silica fume and lime stone on self compacting concrete under axil compression
812414103094 Ramesh
812414103099 Sathish
812414103119 Vijay
36 812414103093 Reseshkumar Behavior of concrete by partial replacement of cement and fine aggregate by using tile powder and copper slag
812414103110 Sudalai Muthuvel
812414103113 Suvaran Maran
812414103109 Subash Chandrabose
37 812414103098 Saravanan Behaviour of concrete by partial replacement of cement and fine aggregate by using tile powder and copper slag
812414103315 Palanivel Rajan
812414103317 Saravanan
812414103322 Vadivel
38 812414103116 Umar Experimental investigation on replacement of reinforcement by welded wire mesh with steel fibre in concrete slab
812414103125 Yusuf Khan
812414103126 Zakariyya Mohamed Nijamudeen
812414103305 Bava Hussain
39 812414103311 Manoj Sunder Experimental investigation on strengthening of concrete by using crushed rubber on partial replacement of coarse aggregate
812414103312 Mathusudhanan
812414103336 Prakash
812414103320 Sundrapandiyan

Batch No.

  Registration No.  Name of the Student 

Project Title

 

 

1.

812413103001 S. Abdulla Experimental study on partial replacement of cement by using bagasse ash and black gram dust ash.
812413103019 K.Chithambaram
812413103030 A.Hintilinsukesan
812413103046 R. Manikandan
 

 

2.

812413103002 A.Abdul Salam Experimental investigation on workability and early strength of concrete using high grade super plasticizer.
812413103005 K,Ajith
812413103009 S.Annadurai
812413103053 A.R.Mohammed Ashiq
 

 

3.

812413103003 J.Agaramudhalvan Analysis of shear reinforcement of beam.
812413103051 S.N.Mohammed Ansar
812413103059 M.Mohd Kamil Maricar
812413103060 Z.Mohammed Naifdeen
 

 

4.

812413103006 M.Ajith Kumar Experimental study on concrete by using recycled plastic fiber.
812413103008 C.Anbalagan
812413103024 M.Dinesh
812413103028 R.GopalaKrishnan
 

 

5.

812413103007 Ananthakumar Characteristic study of light weight concrete blocks.
812413103010 Anskhan
812413103023 Dharmadurai
812413103042 Karthikeyan
 

 

6.

812413103011 M.Aravintha Kumar Experimental study on concrete by using ferro alloy silicon slag and stump rubber as partial replacement of aggregates.
812413103018 V.Chellamuthu
812413103041 S.Karthick
812413103056 J.Mohamed Halmi
 

 

7.

812413103012 S.M. Arthi Levels of pesticides in agricultural land.
812413103027 P,Ganga Devi
812413103037 G.Kalpana
812413103043 A.Kaviya
 

 

8.

812413103013 P.Arun kumar Study on flexural behavior of concrete beam by using gfrp.
812413103049 A.B. Mohd Abdul Khader
812413103052 H.Mohamed Ashif
812413103303 H.Esak Mohamed
 

9.

812413103014 Arun kumar Adsorption of textile dyes by using natural adsorbent.
812413103014 Devaraj
812413103022 Kumaresan
 

 

10.

812413103016 S.Bahurudeen Strength comparison of bacterial concrete.
812413103026 S.Ganesan
812413103039 M.Karthick
812413103040 G.Karthick Neelakandan
 

 

11.

812413103017 P.Beula Flexural behavior of beam sections by using ferro cement.
812413103025 K.Divya Bharathi
812413103033 V.Janani Keerthana
812413103036 J.Jenitha kumari
 

 

12.

812413103020 P.Christo Ponn Praveen Paul Experimental investigation on concrete paver blocks.
812413103305 G.Karthikeyan
812413103310 M.Pon Sankar
812413103313 M.Ramachandran.
 

 

13.

812413103021 P.Dawood Batcha Retrofitting of masonry wall panels against compressive loading – a model study
812413103031 H.Irshad Hussain
812413103032 A.Jaffer Sadiq
812413103057 S.Mohd Hithayathulla
14. 812413103029 S.Harihran Cobiax slab concrete
812413103050 M.Mohd Aneez Bayaz
812413103054 N.Mohamed Bazeer
812413103062 N. Mohamed Ajees
15. 812413103034 S.Jannathulayesha Light weight concrete wall panel using aste news paper.
812413103038 M.A. Karpagam
16. 812413103047 S.Michael Roghan Raj Experimental study on strengthening of rcc roof slab and design of tower
 

17.

812413103058 Harish. S Experimental analysis of permeable concrete
812413103311 Alwinrevanth. A
812413103701 Beer Maideen. S
 

 

18.

812413103063 Mohamed Ashik Reuse of building waste material in  concrete
812413103075 Peer Mohamed
812413103081 Rajaprasath
812413103091 Saburdeen
 

 

19.

812413103064 Mohamed Azarudeen Persistent organo chlorine residue in estuary of Vellar river at mangrove eco-system.
812413103066 J.Mustag Ahamed
812413103076 M.Peeruthivi Kumar
812413103114 R.Venkatesan
 

 

20.

812413103065 S.Mohamed Faisal Experimental investigation on fly ash bricks by replacement of bagasse ash.
812413103073 H.Nizamudeen
812413103101 S.Siva
812413103103 D.Srinivasan
 

 

21.

812413103067 P.Muthaiyan Experimental investigation on concrete by partial replacement of cement with bio medical waste.
812413103068 D.Muthuraja
812413103098 S.Seeman
812413103119 S.Vegneshwaran
 

 

22.

812413103063 M.Muthu Thirumalai Vakeesan Experimental investigation on strength of brick using steel slag.
812413103083 N.Rakesh
812413103097 S.Sathish
812413103109 K.Varadharajan
 

 

23.

812413103070 G.Mythili Analysis of metals in waste water.
812413103087 T.Ramya
812414103105 N.Swathi Priya
812414103107 S.Thenmozhi
 

 

24.

812413103071 S.Narasimman Behaviour of beam with replacement of steel by bamboo reinforcement.
812413103113 A.Venkatesan
812413103116 P.Vignesh
812413103122 A.Vivek Raj
 

 

25.

812413103072 V.Naveen Kumar Experimental investigation on concrete by partial replacement of cement by bagasse ash and fine aggregate by m-sand.
812413103074 F.M.Nuwaisir
812413103082 S.Rajasekar
812413103102 V.Sivarajakumar
 

 

26.

812413103080 S.Raja Pandi Evaluation of ground water quality standards in and around ariyalur district.
812413103106 R.Thamizhvendhan
812413103110 S.Veeramani
812413103118 K.Vigneshwaran
 

 

27.

812413103084 R.Ramila Experimental investigation of partial replacement of concrete considering neutral axis.
812413103089 D.Reshma
812413103120 Gvinothini
812413103123 P.Yamuna
 

 

28.

812413103085 R.Ramkumar Design of artificially constructed wetland foe treatment of domestic waste water.
812413103086 R.Ramkumar
812413103090 R.Sabari Rajan
812413103307 M.S.Mohamed Noufel
 

 

29.

812413103088 T.Ravi Experimental investigation on partial replacement of cement by calcium bentonite powder.
812413103092 S.M.Sadham Hussain
812413103093 S,Sahabdeen
812413103095 M.Samaskhan
 

 

30.

812413103094 Salman Khan Partial replacement of cement by glass powder.
812413103096 Sathish
812413103108 Udhayakumar
812413103117 Vignesh
 

 

31.

812413103104 Sureshkumar Manufacturing of inter locking block using sand by adding quarry dust partially.
812413103302 Chandru
812413103306 Manirathnam
812413103312 Parveen
 

32.

812413103121 A.Vishwaraj Ultra porous concrete for rigid pavement.
812413103304 C.Karthick
812413103308 M.Mohamed Saffek
 

 

 

32.

812413103314 M.salavudeen
812413103301 R.ArunKumar Strengthening masonry wall panels against out-of- plan loading -a model study.
812413103309 N.MohanRaj
812413103315 M.Sudhir Kumar
812413103316 T.Thirumalai Vasahan

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Registration No.  Name of the Student 

Project Title

1. 812412103006 Anitha Fetigue life improvement of is 2060 steel by hammer penning and codal review.
812412103024 Lavanya
812412103047 Siva Sri
2. 812412103020 Kalai Selvan Experimental study on the strength of cement with the effect of different curing method.
812412103025 Lukman Basha
812412103031 Mohamed Azharudeen
812412103041 Prasath
3. 812412103002 Abdul Basith An experimental investigation using juli flora ash as partially replacement of cement.
812412103014 Imam Suhail Arshad
812412103035 Mohammed Ibrahim Haji
812412103036 Mohanraj
4. 812412103028 Mennappan An experimental investigation on concrete with partial replacement of cement by using glass powder in addition with polypropylene powder.
812412103305 Shanmuga Rajeswaran
812412103306 Syed Ibrahim
812412103307 Venkedaswaran
5. 812412103016 Ismail Experimental investigation on concrete with partial replacement of granite powder for fine aggregate.
812412103032 Mohamed Hamdhan
812412103050 Syed Abdul Rahuman
812412103308 Yazar Arabath
6. 812412103030 Mohamed Azarudeen Treatment of industrial wastewater by using banana peels and fish scales.
812412103059 Yuvan Surya
812412103302 Kathiravan
812412103502 Tamilarasan
7. 812412103027 Mansoor Alikhan An experimental investigation on concrete by partial replacement of cement and filly replacement of sand.
812412103034 Mohamed Uwaiz
812412103042 Ramesh
812412103054 Thantapani
8. 812412103004 Abdul Rahaman Experimental investigation on concrete by partial replacement of fine aggregate with thermo plastic concrete.
812412103005 Anbarasan
812412103029 Mohamed Abdul Cadar
812412103052 Syed Mohammed Shaker
9. 812412103010 Bommu Selva Raja Confinement effect of oven fiber wrapped with cementatious binders.
812412103011 Elavazhagan
812412103043 Rengasamy
812412103303 Manoharan
10. 812412103001 Abdul Ajees Kani Experimental investigation on utilization of marble powder and rise husk ash as partial replacement in brick material.
812412103007 Anwar
812412103009 Askar Sharif
812412103301 Bahurudeen
11. 812412103003 Abdul Mahadeer Experimental study on foam concrete.
812412103012 Gokulakrishnan
812412103033 Mohamed Salih
812412103304 Samson
12. 812412103040 Pradeep Kumar An experimental study on concrete by partial replacement of cement and coarse aggregate by using fly ash and pebble stone.
812412103046 Sheik Ismail
812412103051 Syed Mehumood Riffan
812412103053 Syed Noor Mohamed
13. 812412103021 Kanaga Experimental investigation on partial replacement of coarse aggregate by cockle shell and cement by ggbs.
812412103037 Nandhini
812412103048 Suganya
14. 812412103023 Lakshmi Flexible pavement quality testing for bitumen with addition of inner tubes of rubber tyres.
812412103056 Vaidheki
812412103057 Vennila
15. 812412103038 Palanisamy Study on durability characteristics of self-compacting concrete with fly ash.
812412103039 Prabakaran
812412103026 Mahathir Mohamed
812412103044 Sarath Kumar
16. 812412103019 Kabilan Kumar Evaluation and mapping of ground water quality in a part of tiruppur district by using gis.
812412103022 Karthick
812412103055 Thanveer Asif
812412103058 Vignesh
17. 812412103013 Hari Venkatesh Experimental investigation of previous concrete by partial replacement of fly ash.
812412103018 Jeffi Samuel Devaasir
812412103045 Selva Baskar
812412103049 Sundaravadivel

PG Project

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No.

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Project Title

1 812418413001 Abdulbasith. M Experimental investigation of lathe scrap and ggbs in concrete
2 812418413002 Anandhraj. M Experimental investigation on concrete with natural fibres
3 812418413003 Arunesh. S Partial replacement of blast furnace slag and ceramic tiles for coarse aggregate in concrete
4 812418413004 Hariharsudhan. C Structural health monitoring of rc element
5 812418413005 Janarthanan. S Partial replacement of ldpe powder by fine aggregate in concrete in concrete
6 812418413006 Mahadurbanu. A Experimental investigation of behavior of steel fibre in concrete.
7 812418413007 Manirethinam Experimental investigation on concrete with partial replacement of crumped rubber for fine aggregate.
8 812418413008 Mohamedashikraja. A An experimental investigation on partial replacement of fine aggregate by wood ash on concrete
9 812418413009 Mohamediliyas. S Experimental study on light weight concrete with pumice stone and silica fume
10 812418413010 Mohammed azarudeen. M Experimental behavior of concrete with partial replacement of cement with bagash ash.
11 812418413011 Pradeep. K Behavior of concrete with recycled waste glass as partial replacement of fine aggregate
12 812418413012 Rajasurya. A Experimental study on the behavior of concrete with partial replacement of cement and fine aggregate with ceramic powder and copper slag.
13 812418413013 Roja. R An experimental investigation on concrete by using soil and cowdung ash as a partial replacement of fine aggregate and cement
14 812418413014 Samyuktha. D An experimental study on flyash based concrete with partial replacement of sand by rice husk ash.
15 812418413015 Shahinabegam. R evaluation of properties of construction material using IOT
16 812418413016 Sheeba. D Experimental study of strength properties by partial replacement of cement and fine aggregate with metakaolin and iron slag in concrete.
17 812418413017 Shrividhya. D Behavior studies on high volume rice husk ash in cement and addition of steel fibres in concrete
18 812418413018 Vetriselvan. K Partial replacement of cement with calcium bentonite in concrete

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Project Title

1 812417413001 Aarthi V.R Experimental investigation on shear connectors in steel-concrete composite slab
2 812417413002 Balakrishnan.M Experimental investigation on partial replacement of cement by sugarcane ash and quarry dust as fine aggregate
3 812417413003 Bavitha.B Flexural behavior of concrete by replacing   aggregates using vermiculite and insulator waste
4 812417413004 Kalaivanan.K Experimental investigation on partial replacement of coarse aggregate by waste glass and cement by sisal fiber
5 812417413005 Prathiba.R An experimental investigation on mechanical properties of concrete by partially replacing coarse aggregate with cupola slag
6 812417413006 Priyadharshini.R An experimental investigation on self compacting concrete using jute fibre
7 812417413007 Sathiyapriya.G Study on durability properties on concrete by using industrial waste
8 812417413008 Subhashini.B Flexural behavior of concrete using ggbs and vermiculite as partial replacement for cement and fine aggregate
9 812417413009 Surya.T Comparison and test methodology to evaluate steel-concret bonding strength of thin reinforcing bor
10 812417413010 Vivek Raj.A Durability and fire resistance of concrete coated with intumescent plant
11 812417413011 Vyshali.N An experimental study of gypsum as  partial replacement of cement in concrete
12 812416813002 Sirajudeen.S Experimental investigation on partial replacement of concrete by recycled coarse aggregate

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Student

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1 812416413001 Akila.P Experimental investigation on light weight concrete by partial replacement of cement with cementitious material and coarse aggregate with pumice stone
2 812416413003 Chitraiselvi Experimental study on strength and durability performance of concrete using copper slag
3 812416413004 Divya.T Study on efficiency in curing method with reference to strength and durability of concrete
4 812416413005 Jeyaram.G Experimental investigation on behavior of reinforced concrete using glass and nylon fibre
5 812416413006 Kalaivani.S Experimental study on strength and durability performance of concrete using iron slag
6 812416413007 Kayalvizhi.P Effect of cement content and with water content  and water cement ratio with admixture on strength and durability of concrete
7 812416413008 Kesavan.E Behavior of circular composite column filled with polymer concrete
8 812416413009 Praveen Kumar.A Experimental investigation on strengthening of RCC beams by Wrapping glass fibre reinforced polymer sheets
9 812416413010 Rajaguru.M Experimental investigation on strengthening of concrete  by partial replacement of Granite powder
10 812416413011 Rajeswari.N Experimental investigation on lightweight self consolidating concrete using expanded clay aggregate and alumina waste
11 812416413012 Rajeswari.S Flexural behavior of Reinforced concrete beams  by using CFRP wraps with and without end anchorages and replacement of aggregate
12 812416413013 Ramesh Kumar.G Experimental investigation on Production of lightweight concrete by using Aluminum powder
13 812416413014 Sanjiv Rajan.N Experimental investigation on strengthening of concret by reinforcement of bamboo sticks
14 812416413015 Sivasankari.S Influence of mineral admixtures on self compacting concrete
15 812416413016 Subash.K Experimental investigation on flexural behavior of various forms of steel beam
16 812416413017 Suganthi.R Behavior of flexural beams on strengthening using different mat fibres
17 812416413018 Suruthi.M Comparative study on different cement grinding additives (CGA) on physical properties of OPC
18 812416413019 Surya Devi.M Experimental investigation on strengthening of concret by partial replacement granite powder and silica fume.
19 812416413020 Thanga Kathiravan.T Effect of flexural and punching behavior on reinforced flat slab
20 812416413021 Thivyabharathi.T Study on alkali activation of geopolymer concrete with partly replacement of  cement to obtain high strength in concrete
21 812416413022 Vinothini.K Experimental investigation on strengthening of concrete by partial replacement of nano silica and micro silica

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Project Title

1 812415413001 Arulmozhi.C Investigation on concrete by partial replacement in cement and aggregates with micro silica, copper slag and insulator wastes
2 812415413002 Kanimozhi.K Experimental investigation on concrete by partial replacement of cement and fine aggregate with steel dust and glass fibre
3 812415413003 Parthasarathy. S Experimental investigation on high strength concrete with partial replacement of recycled coarse aggregate for coarse aggregate
4 812415413004 Ragu . R Structural design and fem analysis of elliptical pressure vessel under internal pressure loading
5 812415413005 Ramu.P Experimental study on concrete using zeolite sand and powder as partly replacement for fine aggregate and cement
6 812415413006 Robin .T.S Durability studies on concrete using industrial wastes as fine aggregate
7 812415413007 Sangeetha. C Performance of concrete using detonate and vermiculite as partial replacement for cement and fine aggregate
8 812415413008 Sathya. M An experimental study on reinforced concrete beam using triangular shear reinforcement
9 812415413009 Senthamilselvan. C Experimental investigation on partial replacement of cement with granite waste powder and coarse aggregate by cockle shell
10 812415413010 Shamili. A Experimental investigation on flyash based geopolymer concrete with replacement of quarry dust as fine aggregate
11 812415413011 Sindhu.R Experimental investigation by partial replacement of fine aggregate with foundry sand and addition of hybrid fiber in concrete
12 812415413012 Sundara Moorthy. G Investigation of strength in concrete by partial replacement of Portland slag cement
13 812415413013 Swetha.S Experimental investigation on replacement of bottom ash as cement and electronical waste as coarse aggregate
14 812415413014 Vivek.M An experimental study on strength of concrete containing brick kiln dust and silica fume.
15 812415413015 Vivek Raj.R Experimental investigation on light weight concrete using polypropylene balls
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16 812414813001 Abuthaheer S Experimental investigation on hybrid fibre concrete
17 812414813002 Rengaraj R Experimental investigation on strength and durability of concrete using e- plastic waste and quary dust

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Name of the Student

Project Title

1 812414413001 U.Abirami Experimental studies on cement concrete behaviour with replacing of effluent
2 812414413002 A.Bhagyalakshmi Performance of concrete with partial replacement of cement by ggbs, flyash and  pond ash
3 812414413003 S.R.Elwin Guru Chanth Experiment study on suitability of sea sand as fine aggregate in concrete
4 812414413004 R.Gowsalya Experimental investigation on partial replacement of cement with pond ash, fine aggregate with quary dust with the addition of crimped steel fibre
5 812414413005 P.Gowthaman An experimental study on shear behavior of fibre reinforced self compacting concrete
6 812414413006 T.Ilakya lakshmi An experimental study on flexural behavior of reinforced concrete beams with glass fibre reinforced polymer stirups
7 812414413007 R.Kamalambigai An experimental study investigation on concrete by using soil and ggbs as a partial replacement of fine aggregate and cement
8 812414413008 M.Karuppasamy @ Anand Experimental investigation on self curing concrete using m-sand silica fume
9 812414413009 M.Kavibala Experimental study on partial replacement of cement with marble powder and fine aggregate with quarry dust and with the addition of polypropylene fibre
10 812414413010 U.Mohamed Sulaiman An experimental investigation on concrete flyash and glass
11 812414413011 K.Mohamed Farook An experimental study on the behavior of concrete by partial replacement of cement using ggbs in addition with sisal fibre
12 812414413012 K.Knivas Experimental study on the behavior of concrete with partial replacement of copper slag for fine aggregate
13 812414413013 V.Pavithra An experimental investigation on concrete by using soil and cowdung ash as a partial replacement of fine aggregate and cement
14 812414413014 N.Radhakrishnan Experimental investigation on self compacting concrete using silica fume
15 812414413015 M.Roomikaadevi Performance characteristic study on hybrid fibre concrete
16 812414413016 K.Saravanakumar Experimental studies on flexural behavior of sisal fibre in concrete using crusher dust as a full replacement for fine aggregate
17 812414413017 M.Sathiyamorthy Bracing and bracing connection by using high strength low alloy
18 812414413018 S.Selvakumar Experimental studies on concrete using glass aggregate and marble powder
19 812414413019 K.Tamil Mullai Investigation on improvement of ductility behavior of a reinforced concrete beams
20 812414413020 S.Thaarani Comparative seismic analysis of multistory building with and without floating column in staad
21 812414413021 V.Venkatesh Performance of polypropylene fibre in reinforced concrete
22 812414413022 P.Vinothini Experimental investigation of high strength concrete using industrial by product and fibres
23 812414413023 R.Vishnu Vardhan Stabilization of fly ash based concrete using of scrap wood as coarse aggregate
24 812414413024 T.C.Yazhini A study of self curing and self compacting concrete with coir fibre and coconut shell as coarse aggregate
PART TIME
25 812413813001 A.Ibrahim An experimental investigation on concrete by partially  replacement of fine aggregate and coarse aggregate using copper slag and chipped rubbers
26 812413813002 P.Rathi Experimental investigation on flexural behavior of glass fibre reinforced concrete member

Newsletter & Magazine

Newsletter

The Civil Engineering Department Newsletter contains various departmental activities like professional activities carried out by the department association such as guest lectures, papers published by students, knowledge delivery forum in the department, research and development activities, awards and recognition received by the faculty members and students.

Magazine

The Civil Engineering Department Magazine is released once in an academic year. It comprises department profile, technical and non technical papers published by the students and faculty members, department association activities and articles.

Industry Interaction

Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) Signed

Interaction of students with MOU signed Industries/R&D organizations occurs following modes.

  • Invited talks, where personnel from both the industry and the R&D organization are invited to deliver a lecture.
  • Workshops, conducted on campus by personnel from industry/R&D organizations, or in-plant visits.
  • CADD Centre Training Services, Trichy.
  • SPACE Designers & Constructions, Chennai.
  • National Highway Authority of India (NHAI), Trichy.
  • Blastect Engineering Services and Technology, Thanjavur.

Internship Details

  • 5D CADD Software Training center, Trichy.

Industrial visit details

  • Waste Water Treatment Plant In Wonderla, Kochi
  • Doddabetta Tea Factory, Ooty
  • Dp World India Gate Terminal Pvt Ltd, Ernakulam, Cochin.
  • Varma Construction Pvt Ltd, Salem.
  • Shree Dhaksha Property Developers(India) Pvt Ltd, Coimbatore.
  • Water Treatment Plant, Vaigai Dam- Theni.
  • Aliyar Dam, Pollachi
  • Lower Camp (Water Treatment Plant), Theni
  • Sruthi Construction, Madurai.
  • Sewage Treatment Plant, Bodinayakkanur, Theni
  • Solid Waste Management Center, Thiruverumbur, Trichy
  • Gasifier Crematorium under Construction, Thiruverumbur, Trichy
  • Miyawaki Forest, Thiruverumbur, Trichy

Professional Society

The objectives:

  • To give exposure to the students and faculty members on the current trends and practices in the field of Geotechnical Engineering.
  • To Provide research guidance and career opportunity for students and graduates through guest lectures/seminars organized by the people working in this profession.
  • To provide an opportunity to participate in seminars, conferences, workshops organized by the IGS.

Benefits:

  • Stimulate student participation in IGS activities and programs through IGS student chapter.
  • Opportunities for students to gain experience in administering organizational activities, conducting meetings, taking part in committee activities and writing and speaking before groups.
  • Gain knowledge and innovative ideas for projects
  • Contacts of eminent people in the field of Geotechnical Engineering for technical support and career guidance.
  • Guidance for industrial visit and field activities.

Outcomes:

  • Comprehensive Knowledge: Deepen your understanding of geotechnical concepts through seminars and workshops.
  • Practical Proficiency: Apply theory to real-world situations with site visits and hands-on projects.
  • Professional Network: Connect with peers and experts, fostering collaborations and mentorship.
  • Enhanced Skills: Develop technical and interpersonal abilities for a successful geotechnical career.

Advisory Committee

Faculty Advisor, IGS Students Chapter:

Dr.P.V.Premalatha

Membership Number: Life Member Chennai Chapter (LM 911)

Life Member Trichy Chapter (LM 003)

Member and Faculty Advisor,

Head of the Department, Department of Civil Engineering,

M.I.E.T. Engineering College, Trichy – 620007.

Faculty Coordinator:

Mr.E.Santhosh Kumar

Assistant professor, Department of Civil Engineering,

M.I.E.T. Engineering College, Trichy – 620007.

Student Coordinators:

President: Mr.S.Guru Saran, IV yr Civil

Vice President: Ms.T.Atchaya, III yr Civil

Secretary: Mr.A.Jakir Hussain, IV yr Civil

Join-Secretary: Mr.M.Rahamathullah Basith, II yr Civil

Treasurer: Mr.K.Asif, III yr Civil

Indian Geotechnical Society (IGS)

Indian Geotechnical Society (IGS) was established in 1948 with its headquarters at Delhi. It is affiliated to the International Society for Soil Mechanics and Geotechnical Engineering (ISSMGE).It has more than 40 chapters in various parts of the country. IGS – Trichy Chapter is one of such chapters working under IGS National Body, New Delhi. IGS Trichy Chapter was started in the year 2014and is dedicated to advancing knowledge and creating opportunities for the sharing of information by academicians and practitioners in a broad range of geotechnical disciplines with the view of contributing to the achievement of excellence in geotechnical engineering for the benefit of society.

The Indian Geotechnical Society (IGS) aims at promoting co-operation amongst engineers and scientists for the advancement and dissemination of knowledge in the fields of Soil Mechanics, Foundation Engineering, Soil Dynamics, Engineering Geology, Rock Mechanics, Snow and Ice Mechanics and allied fields and their practical applications.It provides a common forum for academicians, research workers, designers, construction engineers, equipment manufacturers and others interested in geotechnical activity.

M.I.E.T. Engineering College has established its connection with Indian Geotechnical Society, Trichy Chapter with an aim to be a part of its integral system. All the faculty members of Civil Engineering Department along with the interested UG and PG students are members of IGS Trichy Chapter. Also, Department of Civil Engineering has launched its student’s chapter for the long-term benefits of the students. M.I.E.T. Institutional membership along with its Civil Engineering Department’s Student Chapter is aimed to conduct regular technical meetings, workshops, conferences, seminars and site visits with the support of IGS for the benefit of students, faculties and practicing engineers to understand the significance and importance of Geotechnical Engineering.

Objectives:

Membership with the Indian Geotechnical Society offers a range of significant advantages that align with our key objectives:

  • Facilitating Exposure and Knowledge Enrichment: Our foremost goal is to provide students and faculty members with exposure to the latest trends and best practices within the realm of Geotechnical Engineering. Through our membership, individuals gain access to a wealth of current insights and methodologies.
  • Empowering Research and Career Development: We are dedicated to nurturing research excellence and career prospects for students and graduates. This commitment is upheld through a series of guest lectures and seminars, meticulously curated by esteemed professionals within the Geotechnical Engineering field.
  • Engaging in Professional Enrichment Opportunities: Membership paves the way for active participation in a diverse array of seminars, conferences, and workshops hosted by the IGS. This platform offers a conduit to expand knowledge horizons and foster collaborative networks.

The benefits of IGS membership are manifold:

  • Nurturing Student Engagement: Our IGS student chapter serves as a catalyst for increased student involvement in our activities and programs. This fosters a dynamic learning environment and empowers students to contribute meaningfully.
  • Holistic Skill Development: Membership opens avenues for students to hone valuable administrative skills, engage in meaningful meetings, actively participate in committee initiatives, and refine their prowess in both written and oral communication.
  • Inspiring Project Innovation: Through access to a reservoir of knowledge and innovative concepts, members are equipped with fresh perspectives that can catalyze the development of impactful projects.
  • Networking with Distinguished Practitioners: Membership provides a unique opportunity to establish connections with prominent figures within the realm of Geotechnical Engineering. These interactions offer invaluable technical assistance and insights for career advancement.
  • Guided Industry Exposure: Our guidance extends to facilitating industrial visits and field activities, allowing members to bridge the gap between theoretical learning and real-world application.

Elevate your engagement with the Indian Geotechnical Society, and empower your journey towards excellence in Geotechnical Engineering.

Future Plan:

  • Broaden Horizons: Explore new study areas and specialties for departmental growth.
  • Innovate Curriculum: Create engaging courses that match evolving industry demands.
  • Enhance Student Support: Provide better assistance for student learning and success.
  • Embrace Technology: Integrate modern tools to enhance teaching and research methods.
  • Nurture Faculty Development: Support educators to excel in their roles and contributions.

Contact us

Prof. Dr. P.V. Premalatha
Head of the Department
Department of Civil Engineering,
M.I.E.T. Engineering College,
Gundur, Trichy-07.
Mail ID: pvpremalatha@miet.edu