Mr. Manish Gawai
(Head of Department)
(M.Tech Structural Engineering)
Welcome to Diploma Civil Engineering Program at Suryodaya College of Engineering and Technology, Nagpur. I have the honour of directing the Civil Engineering Program, together with our well qualified faculty and staff. It’s my pleasure to inspire the students to achieve Program Educational Objectives (PEOs) framed by MSBTE as per NBA guidelines.
To provide technical knowledge, entrepreneurship skill and quality education to develop technocrats for industry.
M1. To imparts quality education to both theoretical and practical aspects of Civil Engineering.
M2. To creates highly skilled individuals capable of working in industries as wel as entrepreneurs.
M3. To inculcate ethical and moral values among students.
PEO1: Provide socially responsible, environment friendly solutions to Civil engineering related broad-based problems adapting professional ethics.
PEO2: Adapt state-of-the-art Civil engineering broad-based technologies to work in multidisciplinary work environments.
PEO3: Solve broad-based problems individually and as a team member communicating effectively in the world of work.
PO1:Basic and Discipline Specific Knowledge: Apply knowledge of basic Mathematics, Science, Engineering fundamentals and engineering specialization to solve the engineering problems.
PO2:Problem Analysis: Identify and analysis well-defined engineering problems using codified standard methods.
PO3:Design/Development of Solutions: Design solutions for well-defined technical problems and assist with the design of systems components or processes to meet specified methods.
PO4:Engineering Tools, Experimentation And Testing: Apply modern engineering tools and appropriate technique to conduct standard tests and measurements.
PO5:Engineering Practices for Society, Sustainability And Environment: Apply appropriate technology in context of society, sustainability, environment and ethical practices.
PO6:Project Management: Use engineering management principles individually, as a team member or a leader to manage projects and effectively communicate about well-defined engineering activities.
PO7Life-Long Learning: Ability to analyse individual needs and engage in updating in the context of technological changes
PSO1: Construction Planning and Designing: Perform optimal civil engineering construction, planning and designing activities of desired quality at optimal cost.
PSO2: Construction Execution and Maintenance: Execute civil engineering construction and maintenance using relevant materials and equipment.
|Sr. No||Name of faculty||Designation||Qualification||Email Id||Experience|
|1||Mr. Manish Gawai||HOD||M.Tech (Structural Engineering)||[email protected]||5|
|2||Ms. Minaskshi Kawale||Lecturer||BE (Civil Engineering)||[email protected]||4|
|3||Ms. Rushali Mane||Lecturer||M.Tech (Enviromental Engineering)||[email protected]||16|
|4||Ms. Ruchi Chandel||Lecturer||M.Tech (Structural Engineering)||[email protected]||8|
|5||Ms. Shubhangi Meshram||Lecturer||M.Tech (Structural Engineering)||[email protected]||3|
|6||Mr. Shivam Kalode||Lecturer||BE (Civil Engineering)||[email protected]||1|
|Sr. No||Name of Activity||Date||No. of Participant|
|1||Site Visit at Sewage Treatment plant Bhandewadi,Nagpur||20-10-2022||60|
|2||Site Visit at Gosikurd dam Pavani (Bhandara)||22-02-2023||90|
|3||Industrial Visit at PEB 360, Nagpur||29-03-2023||90|
|4||International Conference on Tech Trend in Science Engineering & Management|| |
|Sr. No||Name of Expert with Designation||Title||Date||No. of Participant|
|1||Mr. Amrendra Singh|
(Retd. General Manager WCL, Umrer, Nagpur)
|One day Workshop on Non- Destructive Test||01-09-2022||60|
|2||Mr. Akshay Doble|
(Director CAD-desk) Nagpur
|Emerging Software’s In Civil Engineering||09-02-2023||90|
|3||Mr. Ganesh Mahalle|
(Director Training Institute for Engineers , Chandrapur)
|Application of Total Station Surveying||08-03-2023||90|
|Key Indicator||Extended Profile|
|1.1||Number of students year wise during last five years|
|2.1||Number of full time teachers during last five years|
|3.1||Expenditures excluding salary component year wise during last five years|
|Key Indicator||Criterion7–Institutional Values and Best Practices||100|
|7.1||Institutional Values and Social Responsibilities||50|
|Key Indicator||Criterion 6- Governance, Leadership and Management||100|
|6.1||Institutional Vision and Leadership||10|
|6.2||Strategy Development and Deployment||10|
|6.3||Faculty Empowerment Strategies||35|
|6.4||Financial Management and Resource Mobilization||15|
|6.5||Internal Quality Assurance System||30|
|Key Indicator||Criterion 5- Student Support and Progression||140|
|5.3||Student Participation and Activities||50|
|Key Indicator||Criterion 4 – Infrastructure and Learning Resources||100|
|4.2||Library as a learning Resource||20|
|4.4||Maintenance of Campus Infrastructure||20|
|Key Indicator||Criteria 3- Research, Innovations and Extension||110|
|3.1||Resource Mobilization for Research||10|
|3.3||Research Publication and Awards||25|
|Key Indicator||Criteria 2- Teaching- Learning and Evaluation||350|
|2.1||Student Enrolment and Profile||40|
|2.2||Student Teacher Ratio||40|
|2.3||Teaching- Learning Process||40|
|2.4||Teacher Profile and Quality||40|
|2.5||Evaluation Process and Reforms||40|
|2.6||Student Performance and Learning Outcome||90|
|2.7||Student Satisfaction Survey||60|
|Key Indicator||Criterion 1 – Curricular Aspects||100|
|1.1||Curricular Planning and Implementation||20|