Department of Civil engineering of ABIT group of institution is poised for a major growth in Infrastructure sector and aims to provide quality manpower to lead this.Department of Civil engineering has been established during 2011 with the approval of AICTE. The department has been established with the help and guidance of the 20 year old Architecture institute Pilo Mody College of Architecture. Dedicated Civil engineering faculties have been recruited for the department.
Civil engineering is a professional discipline that deals with design, construction and maintenance of the roads, bridges, canals, dams and building etc. This discipline further classified into several sub-disciplines like Structural engineering, Environmental engineering, Geo-technical engineering, Transportation engineering, Municipal and Urban engineering, Water resource engineering, Material engineering, Coastal engineering, Surveying and Construction engineering.
DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL ENGINEERING ABIT, CDA, CUTTACK
India is poised for a major growth in the infrastructure sector and ABIT’s Civil Engineering Department aims to provide quality man power to lead this.
Prof.Kumud Chandra Das
B.Tech,M.Tech (V.S.S.U.T,Burla, IIT ,Roorkee) with 30 year experiences.
The Civil Engineering Department will excel in graduate instruction, in research in all sub-areas of civil engineering, and in service to the society consistent with the vision of the ABIT. The Department will make significant contributions to the economic development of the state, region and nation and thus, improving the quality of life.
Department of Civil engineering of ABIT group of institution is poised for a major growth in Infrastructure sector and aims to provide quality manpower to lead this.
Department of Civil engineering has been established during 2011 with the approval of AICTE. The department has been established with the help and guidance of the 20 year old Architecture institute Pilo Mody College of Architecture. Dedicated Civil engineering faculties have been recruited for the department.
Civil engineering is a professional discipline that deals with design, construction and maintenance of the roads, bridges, canals, dams and building etc. This discipline further classified into several sub-disciplines like Structural engineering, Environmental engineering, Geotechnical engineering, Transportation engineering, Municipal and Urban engineering, Water resource engineering, Material engineering, Coastal engineering, Surveying and Construction engineering.
The mission of the Department of Civil Engineering is to provide quality education to prepare nationally competitive undergraduate students for a successful career in civil engineering; to provide advanced skills and knowledge in state-of-the-art research and design in subareas of civil engineering for graduate students; and to provide service to the engineering profession and the society.
The department of civil engineering has been established on 2011 with the approval of AICTE. The department has been established with the help & guidance of the 20 year old Architecture for the Piloo Mody College of Architecture, under ABIT. Dedicated Civil Engineering faculty members have been recruited for the department is ably guided by Er. Surendra Panda who has immense experience both in education and industry.
Scope of Civil Engineering
Civil Engineering deals with engineered constructions, their planning, design, construction and management. The profession comprises of many disciplines like Structural Engineering, Geotechnical Engineering, Water Resources Engineering, Transportation Engineering and Surveying. In any activity ranging from defence and industrial development to social welfare and economic growth, it has the largest quantum of resource allocation and utilization.
Recognizing the rapid, extensive and emerging developments in Civil Engineering, the degree programme includes Computer Aided Analysis and Design and Remote Sensing besides an integrated and systematic foundation in Physical and Engineering Sciences like solid, fluid and soil mechanics, Materials, Graphics and Surveying. The sequential provision of subjects develops the engineering methodology and practice as applied to planning, design and construction of buildings, bridges, hydraulic structures, environmental systems, transportation systems and others.
CIVIL ENGINEERS CREATE THE QUALITY OF LIFE
Have you ever pondered the infra-structural elements of modern society that make life attractive, convenient, and comfortable? Enjoying spacious and comfortable living in a building, or an underground enclave; driving from a given location to virtually any region in the continent; and having plenty of clean water available for any domestic use we desire are some of the examples that the Civil engineering profession offer today. Many of these large scale facilities constitute solutions to the consequences of today’s life style. This is why civil engineers create the quality of life.
CIVIL ENGINEERS ARE THE ENGINES OF PEACE AND PROGRESS
During times of peace, much of national public resources are oriented towards civil works. Remember the economic development after the last great war, or observe the emphasis placed on Civil engineering infra-structure in any nation immediately after a war. The priorities are clear: water sanitation and distribution, transportation, residential and commercial building, and energy distribution. Civil engineers are the main players of progress during peaceful times. Furthermore, we may affirm that Civil engineers design and build the fundamental works and systems on which economic development depends.
Materials Testing Lab:
Strength of Materials Laboratory in which all Under Graduate students of Civil Engineering, undergo a mandatory course, is equipped with machines to test the basic properties of engineering materials like steel, copper, brass, aluminium, and concrete.
The objective of the laboratory courses in Hydraulic Machines is to familiarise the students with the components and working principles of the Hydraulic machines- different types of Turbines, Pumps, and other miscellaneous hydraulics machines. Students study the performance characteristics of the machines under widely varying operating conditions in this laboratory.
Students are encouraged to carry out ground work to understand the topography. Various surveying techniques such as chain, compass, plane table, etc in addition to contouring and levelling are taught in this lab.
This lab acquaints students with various engineering drawing aspects such as building elevation, side views, floor plans detaining of floor, window, door joints, types of roof trusses, etc.
SL.NO. DATE OF THE EVENT NAME OF THE EXPORT/GUEST SPEAKER BRANCH TITLE NO OF THE PARTICIPANTS 1 20.01.2015 Ultra tech cement Cuttack Zone Civil Seminar on Ultra tech cement 36 2 March 2015 Mrs.Anjali & Mr. Mohapatra from L&T Chenai. Civil Seminar on Drainage system at Cuttack City. 100 3 16.3.2016 Dr.Andrew Charleson, Victoria university, Wellington, Astrelia. Civil International Presentation on Building in disaster prone area. 100 4 20.07.2016 Vinod Sagar HES INFRA Pvt.Ltd Civil Prestress concrete bridge from Cuttack to Trisulia 100 5 08.10.2016 Vijay, Civil simplified Civil Bridge Design work shop by Civil Simplified ,Mubai 110 6 18.02.2017 Ultra tech cement Cuttack Zone Civil Workshop for Mason and contractor. 70 7 05.08.2017 Dr. Santosh Kumar Mishra, Adviser to ABIT-PMCA Cuttack Civil Regarding Smart City 100 8 18.08.2017 Civil simplified Civil National work shop on Tall Building 30
S.N DATE OF VISIT PLACE NO. OF STUDENTS BATCH 1 17.01.2018 3RD, Bt. NDRF Mundali, Cuttack 40 8TH/4TH EE