About us

Civil engineering is a broad field of engineering that deals with many aspects. The department of Civil Engineering was started with the aim of imparting quality education to students and bring out the best in them. The key goal of the department is to build future thinking of sustainable Eco friendly environment in this society. The department provide best testing Laboratories for students as well as private sectors. In essence, civil engineering may be regarded as the profession that makes the world a more agreeable place in which to live.

The unity of our department is well qualified and highly experienced faculty members with rich academic and industrial experience in various frontiers of engineering and technology areas such as Structural Engineering, Construction Engineering and Management, Environmental Engineering etc. The department has well equipped state-of-art-laboratory like Material Testing, Soil Testing, Surveying, Environmental etc. The department also has its own Civil Engineers society (CASTILO) which is dedicated in organizing lectures by various experts in the respective field so that these would be a holistic all round development of the student. The students of the department are dedicated to work based on the new technologies of the industry and have the ability to improve their expertise in the field of Civil Engineering. Many of our alumnus holds prestigious positions in Leading Companies & Government Sectors all over India.

The department offers under graduate program (B.E) in Civil Engineering which was commenced in the year 2010 with an intake of 60. The permanent affiliation has been received for B.E (Civil) from Anna University, Chennai from 2020-21 academic years onwards.

VISION

  • Attain preeminence in Civil Engineering education and research at the National and Global levels.

MISSION

  • Have state-of-art infrastructure and advanced equipment in a collegial environment for quality education, innovation, and research.
  • Empower students with advanced practical knowledge to excel as eminent civil engineers with multi-disciplinary skills.
  • Emphasize social values, ethics, and leadership qualities to face the industrial needs, societal problems, and global challenges.

HOD MESSAGE

Civil engineering is one of the prime departments in campus, featuring notable staff members and undergraduate students. In 2010, the department was established. In different technical teams such as concrete technology, transportation engineering, surveying, structural analysis and design, the department faculty works with strong team spirit. This results in important academic publications and consulting work in various fields. Through its teaching learning process, the department tries to provide an encouraging atmosphere for students to acquire analytical and practical abilities and apply them to real-world issues. To keep students motivated, the department offers ongoing training in the form of certification courses, value-added courses, VET, expert talks, site visits, and conferences. The department’s goal is to address major difficulties that industry, society, and academics face. Perhaps even more essential is our unwavering dedication to our students, which includes assisting them in gaining knowledge, skills, growing, developing, and achieving their objectives in order to excel in their professional careers. We are delighted to have you as a member of the civil engineering department’s undergraduate students and wish you every success.

PROGRAMME OUTCOMES (POs)

After completion of the course, B. E Civil  Engineering Graduates will have ability to:

PO1: Engineering  Knowledge

Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.

PO2: 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.

PO3: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.

PO4: 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.

PO5: 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.

PO6: 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.

PO7: 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.

PO8: Ethics

Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice

PO9: Individual and Team Work

Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings

PO10: 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.

PO11: 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.

PO12: Life-Long Learning

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

PROGRAMME EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES (PEOs)

Graduates of Civil Engineering, shall

  1. Excel as practicing engineers, academicians, and researchers.
  2. Play a vital role in the nation’s infrastructure development that will be sustainable.
  3. Hold professional and ethical responsibilities as engineers, consultants, entrepreneurs, and pioneers while addressing the challenges of the society.

PROGRAM SPECIFIC OUTCOMES (PSO)

Students of Civil Engineering shall have

PSO 1: Demonstrable knowledge, techniques, and use of engineering tools to solve societal issues pertaining to Civil Engineering

PSO 2: Understand the need for continuous self-directed and lifelong learning to address societal issues like low-cost housing,     sanitation, clean drinking water, rural development etc.,

Course Outcomes

Course outcomes for theory subjects ,  laboratory, and project works are framed and sample course outcomes are presented

SEMESTER: III

MA8353      TRANSFORMS AND PARTIAL DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS

At the end of the course, the student will be able to

CO1

Understand how to solve the given standard partial differential equations

CO2 Solve differential equations using Fourier series analysis which plays a vital role in engineering
CO3 Appreciate the physical significance of Fourier series techniques in solving one- and two-dimensional heat flow problems and one-dimensional wave equations.
CO4 Understand the mathematical principles on transforms and partial differential equations would provide them the ability to formulate and solve some of the physical problems of engineering.
CO5 Use the effective mathematical tools for the solutions of partial differential equations by using Z transform techniques for discrete time systems.

CE8392    ENGINEERING GEOLOGY

At the end of the course, the student will be able to

CO1

Will be able to understand the importance of geological knowledge such as earth, earthquake, volcanism and the action of various geological agencies

CO2 Will get basics knowledge on properties of minerals
CO3 Gain knowledge about types of rocks, their distribution and uses
CO4 Will understand the methods of study on geological structure.
CO5 Will understand the methods of application of geological investigations.

CE8301   STRENGTH OF MATERIALS – I

At the end of the course, the student will be able to

CO1 Determine the deformation due to stresses and explain the concept of principal stress& principal strains
CO2 Draw the shear force and bending moment diagram for different types of beams
CO3 Determine the deflection of beams and shear stress distribution for various section
CO4 Determine the torsion on the shafts and stresses in the springs
CO5 Analyse the forces in plane trusses

CE8302   FLUID MECHANICS

At the end of the course, the student will be able to

CO1 Get a basic knowledge of fluids in static, kinematic and dynamic equilibrium.
CO2 Understand and solve the problems related to equation of motion.
CO3 Gain knowledge about dimensional and model analysis.
CO4 Learn types of flow and losses of flow in pipes.
CO5 Understand and solve the boundary layer problems.

CE8391   CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS

At the end of the course, the student will be able to

CO1 Explain the selection criteria and various tests on building materials.
CO2 Determine the mechanical properties of cement and aggregate.
CO3 Explain the significance of various types of concrete.
CO4 understand the applications of timbers and other materials
CO5 Understand the importance of modern material for construction.

CE8351   SURVEYING

At the end of the course, the student will be able to

CO1 Determine the distance and area by modern surveying instruments
CO2 Describe the different types of errors and their adjustments
CO3 Calculate the areas and volumes by Levelling instruments.
CO4 Compute the horizontal angles , distanced and height using Theodolite.
CO5 Explain the basic concepts and application of GIS.

HS8381   INTERPERSONAL SKILLS / LISTENING AND SPEAKING

At the end of the course, the student will be able to

CO1 Equip students with the English language skills required for the successful undertaking of academic studies with primary emphasis on academic speaking and listening skills.
CO2 Provide guidance and practice in basic general and classroom conversation and to engage in specific academic speaking activities.
CO3 Improve general and academic listening skills
CO4 Make effective presentations.

CE8361   SURVEYING LABORATORY

At the end of the course, the student will be able to

CO1 Practical knowledge on handling basic survey instruments.
CO2 Practically able to draw plans and maps.
CO3 To determine the areas before taking up any civil engineering works.
CO4 Able to determine the location of any point horizontally and vertically using Theodolite & tacheometry.
CO5 Apply total station in distance measurement and traversing.

CE8311   CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS LABORATORY

At the end of the course, the student will be able to

CO1

Ability to apply knowledge of mathematics and engineering in calculating the mechanical properties of  structural materials.

CO2

Ability to function on multi-disciplinary teams in the area of materials testing

CO3

Understanding of professional and ethical responsibility in the areas of material testing.

SEMESTER: IV

MA8491   NUMERICAL METHODS

At the end of the course, the student will be able to

CO1 Appreciate the numerical techniques of interpolation and error approximations in various intervals in real life situations.
CO2 To introduce the basic concepts of solving algebraic and transcendental equations.
CO3 Apply the numerical techniques of differentiation and integration for engineering problems.
CO4 Understand the knowledge of various techniques and methods for solving first and second order
CO5 Understand the basic concepts and techniques of solving algebraic and transcendental equations.

CE8401   CONSTRUCTION TECHNIQUES PRACTICES

At the end of the course, the student will be able to

CO1 know the different construction techniques and structural systems
CO2 Understand various techniques and practices on masonry construction, flooring, and roofing
CO3 Plan the requirements for substructure construction
CO4 Know the methods and techniques involved in the construction of various types of super structures
CO5 Select, maintain and operate hand and power tools and equipment used in the building construction sites.

CE8402   STRENGTH OF MATERIALS – II

At the end of the course, the student will be able to

CO1 Determine the strain energy and compute the deflection of determinate beams, frames and trusses using energy principles.
CO2 Analyze propped cantilever, fixed beams and continuous beams using theorem of three moment equation for external loading and support settlements.
CO3 Find the load carrying capacity of columns and stresses induced in columns and cylinders
CO4 Determine principal stresses and planes for an element in three dimensional state of stress and study various theories of failure
CO5 Determine the stresses due to Unsymmetrical bending of beams, locate the shear center, and find the stresses in curved beams

CE8404   CONCRETE TECHNOLOGY

At the end of the course, the student will be able to

CO1 Explain the various constituent materials used for concrete with their specifications and types
CO2 Summarize the chemical and mineral admixtures used for improving the properties of concrete
CO3 Design the mix proportioning of concrete for various grades using IS 10262 – 2009
CO4 Discuss the fresh and hardened properties of concrete both theoretically and by demonstration
CO5 Describe the various types of special concretes used for the specific purposes and their applications

CE8403   APPLIED HYDRAULIC ENGINEERING

At the end of the course, the student will be able to

CO1 Sketch the specific energy curve and calculate the critical depth in an open channel.
CO2 Calculate the normal depth and velocity for the given channel under uniform flow condition.
CO3 Construct the various characteristics of flow profiles.
CO4 Analyze and design the various types of turbines.
CO5 Analyze and design the various types of pumps.

CE8491   SOIL MECHANICS

At the end of the course, the student will be able to

CO1 Explain the soil classification and characteristics.
CO2 Compute the water flow and flow nets through soils.
CO3 Calculate the settlement & consolidation parameters.
CO4 Differentiate the shear strength of cohesive and cohesion less soil.
CO5 Analyze the slope failure mechanism using stress analysis.

CE8481   STRENGTH OF MATERIALS LABORATORY

At the end of the course, the student will be able to

CO1 Knows testing of different materials under the action of various forces and determination of their characteristics experimentally.
CO2 knowledge in the area of testing of materials and components of structural elements experimentally.

CE8461   HYDRAULIC ENGINEERING LABORATORY

At the end of the course, the student will be able to

CO1 Determine the co-efficient of discharge of orifice meter, venturimeter and rectangular notch and also calculate the major loss and various minor losses in a pipe
CO2 Construct the various characteristics curve for jet, centrifugal and reciprocating pumps.
CO3 Construct the various characteristics curve for Pelton, Francis and Kaplan turbines.

HS8461   ADVANCED READING AND WRITING LABORATORY

At the end of the course, the student will be able to

CO1 Strengthen the reading skills of students of engineering.
CO2 Develop students critical thinking skills.
CO3 Enhance their writing skills with specific reference to technical writing.
CO4 Provide more opportunities to develop their project and proposal writing skills.

SEMESTER: V

CE8591   FOUNDATION ENGINEERING

At the end of the course, the student will be able to

CO1 Understand the site investigation, methods and sampling.
CO2 Get knowledge on bearing capacity and testing methods.
CO3 Design shallow footings.
CO4 Determine the load carrying capacity, settlement of pile foundation.
CO5 Determine the earth pressure on retaining walls and analysis for stability.

CE8502   STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS – I

At the end of the course, the student will be able to

CO1 Calculate deflection of Statically determinate Structures
CO2 Analyse the continuous beams and frames by slope deflection method.
CO3 Analyse the continuous beams and frames by moment distribution method
CO4 Analyse the continuous beams and frames by flexibility method
CO5 Analyse the continuous beams and frames by stiffness method

CE8501   DESIGN OF REINFORCED CEMENT CONCRETE ELEMENTS

At the end of the course, the student will be able to

CO1 Explain the different types of design philosophies and design the beams by working stress method.
CO2 Design the RC elements subjected to flexure and staircase by limit state method.
CO3 Design the RC members subjected to shear, torsion, bond and anchorage.
CO4 Design the different types of columns for uniaxial and biaxial bending
CO5 Design of wall footing, axially and eccentrically loaded footings

EN8491   WATER SUPPLY ENGINEERING

At the end of the course, the student will be able to

CO1 An insight into the structure of drinking water supply systems, including water transport, treatment and distribution
CO2 The knowledge in various unit operations and processes in water treatment
CO3 An ability to design the various functional units in water treatment
CO4 An understanding of water quality criteria and standards, and their relation to public health
CO5 The ability to design and evaluate water supply project alternatives on basis of chosen criteria.

GE8071    DISASTER MANAGEMENT

At the end of the course, the student will be able to

CO1 Identify the basic terms and types of disasters
CO2 Describe the impacts of disasters
CO3 Illustrate the role of technology in handling disaster management situations
CO4 Identify the stake-holders concerned and design the different action plans for responding in case of disaster occurrence.
CO5 Evaluate the importance of education and community approach for the responsive actions to be taken in case of disaster occurrence.

ORO551   RENEWABLE ENERGY RESOURCES

At the end of the course, the student will be able to

CO1 Understanding the physics of solar radiation.
CO2 Ability to classify the solar energy collectors and methodologies of storing solar energy.
CO3 Knowledge in applying solar energy in a useful way.
CO4 Knowledge in wind energy and biomass with its economic aspects.
CO5 Knowledge in capturing and applying other forms of energy sources like wind, bio gas and geothermal energies

CE8512   WATER AND WASTE WATER ANALYSIS LABORATORY

At the end of the course, the student will be able to

CO1 Select or construct appropriate treatment schemes to remove certain pollutants present in water or waste water.
CO2 Design a water or waste water treatment component.
CO3 Learn to characterize the source of water

CE8511   SOIL MECHANICS LABORATORY

At the end of the course, the student will be able to

CO1 Determine the index properties of soil
CO2 Derive the Engineering properties of soil.
CO3 Interpret the field density of soil.

CE8513   SURVEY CAMP

At the end of the course, the student will be able to

CO1 Calculate the horizontal & vertical angles by triangulation method.
CO2 Determine the area by triangulation Survey by theodolite and total station
CO3 Draw the contour maps and longitudinal and cross section survey.

SEMESTER: VI

CE8601   DESIGN OF STEEL STRUCTURAL ELEMENTS

 

At the end of the course, the student will be able to

CO1 Understand the concepts of various design philosophies
CO2 Design common bolted and welded connections for steel structures
CO3 Design tension members and understand the effect of shear lag.
CO4 Understand the design concept of axially loaded columns and column base connections.
CO5 Understand specific problems related to the design of laterally restrained and unrestrained steel beams.

CE8602   STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS – II

At the end of the course, the student will be able to

CO1 Draw influence lines for statically determinate structures and calculate critical stress resultants
CO2 Describe Muller Breslau principle and draw the influence lines for statically indeterminate beams.
CO3 Analyse of three hinged, two hinged and fixed arches.
CO4 Analyse the suspension bridges with stiffening girders 
CO5 Explain the concept of Plastic analysis and the method of analyzing beams and rigid frames

EN8592   WASTE WATER ENGINEERING

At the end of the course, the student will be able to

CO1 An ability to estimate sewage generation and design sewer system including sewage pumping stations
CO2 The required understanding on the characteristics and composition of sewage, self- purification of streams
CO3 An ability to perform basic design of the unit operations and processes that are used in sewage treatment
CO4 Understand the standard methods for disposal of sewage.
CO5 Gain knowledge on sludge treatment and disposal.

CE8603   IRRIGATION ENGINEERING

At the end of the course, the student will be able to

CO1 Explain the concept and types of Irrigation
CO2 Analyse the significance of various Irrigation methods
CO3 Describe the various factors influence on diversion and impounding structures
CO4 Explain about canals and cross drainage works
CO5 Describe the water management systems and irrigation projects.

CE8604   HIGHWAY ENGINEERING

At the end of the course, the student will be able to

CO1 Explain the development of Highway and its components.
CO2 Design the geometric of Highways as per IRC Standards.
CO3 Design the Flexible and Rigid pavement
CO4 Describe the desirable properties of testing of various Highway materials and Construction practices.
CO5 Analyse the types of defects and repair strategy.

CE8001   GROUND IMPROVEMENT TECHNIQUES

At the end of the course, the student will be able to

CO1 Identify ground conditions and suggest method of improvement
CO2 Design and assess the degree of improvement
CO3 Understand the principles of soil reinforcement and confinement in engineering constructions
CO4 Design reinforced soil structures
CO5 Identify ground conditions for stabilization and improvement

CE8611   HIGHWAY ENGINEERING LABORATORY

At the end of the course, the student will be able to

CO1 Knows the techniques to characterize various pavement materials through relevant tests.
CO2 Learn the principles and procedures of testing of highway materials
CO3 Knows the techniques to characterize various materials through tests.

CE8612   IRRIGATION AND ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING DRAWING

At the end of the course, the student will be able to

CO1 Able to design and draw various units of Municipal sewage treatment plants.
CO2 Able to design and draw various units of Municipal water treatment plants
CO3 Able to design and draw the irrigation and environmental engineering structures in detail showing the plan, elevation and Sections.

SEMESTER: VII

CE8701    ESTIMATION, COSTING AND VALUATION ENGINEERING

 

At the end of the course, the student will be able to

CO1 Prepare quantity estimates for Buildings, roads & rails and canal structures as per specifications
CO2 Draft detailed specifications and work out Rate Analysis for all works related to civil engineering projects & tenders documents and tenders in construction practice.
CO3 Ascertain the quantity of materials required for Civil engineering works as per specifications.
CO4 Prepare contract documents. Evaluate contracts in construction practice
CO5 Prepare cost estimate and valuation of civil engineering works.

CE8702   RAILWAY, AIRPORT, DOCKS AND HARBOUR ENGINEERING

At the end of the course, the student will be able to

CO1 Understand the methods of route alignment and design elements in Railway Planning and Constructions.
CO2 Understand the Construction techniques and Maintenance of Track laying and Railway stations.
CO3 Gain an insight on the planning and site selection of Airport Planning and design.
CO4 Analyze and design the elements for orientation of runways and passenger facility systems.
CO5 Understand the various features in Harbours and Ports, their construction, coastal protection works and coastal Regulations to be adopted.

CE8703   STRUCTURAL DESIGN AND DRAWING

At the end of the course, the student will be able to

CO1 Design and draw reinforced concrete Cantilever and Counter-fort Retaining Walls
CO2 Design and draw flat slab as per code provisions
CO3 Design and draw reinforced concrete and steel bridges
CO4 Design and draw reinforced concrete and steel water tanks
CO5 Design and detail the various steel trusses and gantry girders

GE8077   TOTAL QUALITY MANAGEMENT

At the end of the course, the student will be able to

CO1 Understand the concept of Quality
CO2 Identify requirements of quality improvement programs
CO3 Manage quality improvement teams
CO4 Have exposure to challenges in Quality Improvement Programs
CO5 Realizes the importance of significance of quality

OML751   TESTING OF MATERIALS

At the end of the course, the student will be able to

CO1 Explain material testing and standards as per code specifications
CO2 Conduct mechanical testing of materials
CO3 Conduct non-destructive testing of materials
CO4 Analyse on material characterization testing
CO5 Perform other latest techniques in material testing

CE8711   CREATIVE AND INNOVATIVE PROJECT WORK

At the end of the course, the student will be able to

CO1 Formulate engineering problems and develop appropriate solution methods.
CO2 Understand and demonstrate the required professionalism to influence the societal change.
CO3 Write scientific report and present their research work in a precise and coherent manner

CE8712   INDUSTRIAL TRAINING

At the end of the course, the student will be able to

CO1 Participate in the projects in industries during his or her industrial training.
CO2 Describe use of advanced tools and techniques encountered during industrial training and visit.
CO3 Interact with industrial personnel and follow engineering practices and discipline prescribed in industry.
CO4 Develop awareness about general workplace behaviour and build interpersonal and team skills.
CO5 Prepare professional work reports and presentations.

SEMESTER: VIII

GE8076   PROFESSIONAL ETHICS IN ENGINEERING

At the end of the course, the student will be able to

CO1 Understanding basic purpose of profession, professional ethics and various moral and social issues.
CO2 Awareness of professional rights and responsibilities of a Engineer, safety and risk benefit analysis of a Engineer
CO3 Acquiring knowledge of various roles of Engineer in applying ethical principles at various professional levels
CO4 Professional Ethical values and contemporary issues
CO5 Excelling in competitive and challenging environment to contribute to industrial growth.

CE8022   PREFABRICATED STRUCTURES

At the end of the course, the student will be able to

CO1 Understand the procedure of Prefabrication
CO2 Know the process of prefabrication of various structural elements
CO3 Understand the assembling and dismantling of prefabricated components
CO4 Study the design considerations in the process of prefabrication
CO5 Understand the joining techniques in prefabrication

CE8811   PROJECT WORK

At the end of the course, the student will be able to

CO1 Demonstrate initiative and intellectual levels to comprehend the chosen topic.
CO2 Search for technical information from various resources, such as the library, research and technical literature, electronic database and the World Wide Web.
CO3 Formulate engineering problems and develop appropriate solution methods.
CO4 Understand and demonstrate the required professionalism to influence the societal change.
CO5 Write scientific report and present their research work in a precise and coherent manner

LIST OF  LABORATORIES

Sl.no Name of the Laboratories
1
ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING LABORATORY
2
SOIL MECHANICS LABORATORY
3
CONCRETE AND HIGHWAY ENGINEERING LABORATORY
4
SURVEYING LABORATORY
5
HYDRAULICS ENGINERING LABORATORY
6
STRENGTH OF MATERIALS LABORATORY
7
CADD LABORATORY

LIST OF FACULTY

SL.NO NAME OF THE FACULTY QUALIFICATIONS DESIGNATIONS PHOTO Column 6
1 DR. ANBUCHEZIAN  A B.E.,M.E.,Ph.D PROFESSOR Profile
2 DR.MURUGESAN  A B.E.,M.E.,Ph.D ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR Column 6 Value 2
 3 MRS. GANDHIMATHI R S                         

B.E.,M.E.,(Ph.D)

ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR  & HOD Column 6 Value 3
 4 MRS. SHANMUGAPRIYA S B.E.,M.E ASSISTANT PROFESSOR Column 6 Value 4
 5 MRS. DIVYA T B.E.,M.E ASSISTANT PROFESSOR Column 6 Value 5
 6 MR. SHIVA SAKTHIVADIVELAN  R A

B.E.,M.E.,(Ph.D)

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR Column 6 Value 6
 7        MRS. SILPA N B.E.,M.E ASSISTANT PROFESSOR Column 6 Value 7
 8 MS. SELVAPRIYA P B.E.,M.E ASSISTANT PROFESSOR Column 6 Value 8
 9 MR. CHANDRAN  M B.E.,M.E ASSISTANT PROFESSOR Column 6 Value 9
 10 MR. AYYANAR  P B.E.,M.E ASSISTANT PROFESSOR Column 6 Value 10
 11 MR. NANDHAGOPAL B B.E.,M.E ASSISTANT PROFESSOR Column 6 Value 11
 12 Dr. DHIPAN ARAVIND S B.E.,M.E.,Ph.D ASSISTANT PROFESSOR Column 6 Value 12

Faculty Achivements

LIST OF PUBLICATIONS

The following faculties are published paper in various National/International journals during the academic year 2017-2018

Sl.no Name of the Author’s Title of Paper Journal name &
Year of Publication
1 A.Anbuchezian,
S.Sathishkumar,
R.A.Shivasakthivadivelan
Experimental Investigation on Concrete Using Steel Slag as a Fully Replacement of Coarse Aggregate International Journal of Management, Technology And
Engineering , 2018
 2 Dr.A.Anbuchezian,
S.Sathishkumar
An experimentally research for graphite as a cement into the concrete International Research
Journal of Engineering and Technology(IRJET), 20 18
 3 Dr.A.Anbuchezian,
S.Sathishkumar
An experimental study on partially replacement of cement by lime powder and fine aggregate by groundnut shell in concrete International Research Journal of Engineering and Technology(IRJET), 20 18
 4 Dr.A.Anbuchezian,
S.Sathishkumar
An experimental study of fully replacement of cow dung ash (CDA) alumina and lime for cement International Research Journal of Engineering
and Technology(IRJET) ,2018
 5 Dr.A.Anbuchezian,
S.Sathishkumar
An experimental study of partially replacement of cow dung powder for cement International Research Journal of Engineering and Technology(IRJET), 2018
 6 Dr.A.Anbuchezian,
S.Sathishkumar
An experimental study of stainless steel beam International Research Journal of Engineering and Technology(IRJET), 2018

LIST OF CONFERENCE

The following faculties are published paper in various National/International conference during the academic year 2017-2018

Sl.NO Name of the Author’s Title of Paper Name of the conference
1 Dr.A.Anbuchezian Finite element analysis for structural response of RCC cooling tower shell considering alternative supporting system

Asian international conference on advances

 2 Dr.A.Anbuchezian An experimental study of fly ash concrete with steel fibre hooked ends to obtain strength of m30 grade International conference on
Advances in materials power
and industrial electronics
 3 J. Selvi A study on special concretes National conference on Science, Engineering, Technology and Management-NCSETM 2K18
 4 L. Balasuganya Application of artificially synthesized aggregate using
fly ash promote light weight concrete
National conference on Science, Engineering, Technology
and Management-NCSETM 2K18
 5 L. Balasuganya Experimental study on partially replacement of lime sludge for cement in concrete National conference on
Science, Engineering, Technology
and Management-NCSETM 2K18
 6 R.A.Shivasakthivadivelan Geopolymeric building materials by utilization of industrial waste National conference on Science, Engineering, Technology and Management-NCSETM 2K18
 7 R.A.Shivasakthivadivelan Reinforced concrete corroded column National conference on Science, Engineering, Technology
and Management-NCSETM 2K18
 8 Mrs.S.Shanmugapriya
Mrs.Divya.T
Mrs.Silpa.N,
Article on glass fibre and fibre reinforced polymer National conference on Quest for Advances in Civil Engineering-QACE’18

LIST OF AWARDS

 

SL.NO Name of the Awardee Name of the Award Name of the Awarding Agency
1 Dr.A.Anbuchezian Build expo 17-18 Salem Civil Engineers Association
 2 Dr.A.Anbuchezian Special invitee-Muperum vizha Seva Sangam

STUDENTS ACHIVEMENTS ACADEMIC YEAR 2017-2018

Participation Detail:

SL.NO EVENT NAME 2017-18
1 Workshop 14
2 Technical symposium
(Paper Presentation)
8
 3 Sports 1
STUDENTS ACTIVITIES  2017 – 2018
( WORKSHOP, SEMINARS, HANDS ON TRAINING)
S.No Name of the
Student
Type of Event Date Venue Participated /
Prize
1

Sasi kumar.S

Yoga ganesh .P

Sridhar.V

Yogaganesan.P

Selvapriya.P

Symposium”VYuHA2K17” 07.03.2017 AVS
Engineering college
Participated
2

Abdul Rahman N

Anusuya N

Balaji Shankar S

Mohan S V

Mohanraj P

Priyadharshini R

National Level Workshop
on Low Cost Sustainable
Buildings and Materials
September
2017
PSG College of Technology,
Coimbatore
Participation
3

Sasikumar S

Selvapriya.P

Sindhu.R

Sridhar.V

Yuvaraja S

Mohan Raj R

Nantha Kumar S

Sundarapandiyan K

National Level Workshop
on Low Cost Sustainable
Buildings and Materials
September
2017
PSG College of Technology,
Coimbatore
Participation
4 Yogaganesh.P National Level Symposium on CON2RA 2K17 September
2017
Muthayammal
Engineering College,
Namakkal
Participation
5

Deepika K

Lavanya P

National Level Symposium September
2017
SSM College of
Engineering,
Komarapalayam
Participation
6 Dheenadhayalan v Zonal Level Sports September
2017
Athiyamman College of Engineering ,
Hosur
Participation

LIST OF PUBLICATIONS

The following faculties are published paper in various National/International journals during the academic year 2018-2019

Sl.no Name of the Author’s Title of Paper Journal name & Year of Publication
1 S.Sathishkumar
A.Anbuchezian
R.Raju
Seismic Resistive Building with
Electromagnetic Base Isolation
Science, Technology and Development
journal,2018
2 S.Vigneshwar
P.Samuel
T.Divya
Strength Properties of Reinforced
Polypropylene Fibre Concrete
Journal of Information and Computational
Science, 2018
3 A.Anbuchezian
S.Vigneshwar
P.Balasuganya
Experimental Investigation of high
strength Geopolymer concrete
Journal of Information and Computational
Science,2018
4 R.S.Gandhimathi,
A.Anbuchezian,
L.Balasuganya
Experimental Investigation on Repairing of Concrete Cylinders Using Chemical Admixtures A Journal of composition theory, 2018
5 S.Sathishkumar,
A.Anbuchezian ,
R.S.Gandhimathi ,
R.Raju
Seismic Resistive Building with Electromagnetic Base Isolation Science, Technology and Development journal,2019
6 M.Mounica
R.S. Gandhimathi,
Dr V.Raj Kumar
An Experimental study on metal wire mesh externally bonded in concrete cylinders International Journal of Information and Computing Science,2018
7 R.A.Shivasakthivadivelan,
S.Sathishkumar,
T.Divya
Comparative study of Strength and Behaviour of Glass fibre concrete and Plain cement concrete International Journal of Management, Technology And
Engineering, 2018
 8 R.S.Gandhimathi,
S.Sathishkumar,
R.A.Shivasakthivadivelan,
S.Shanmugapriya
Experimental Investigation on Repairing of Concrete Cylinders Using Mineral Admixtures International Journal of Management, Technology And
Engineering,2019

LIST OF CONFERENCE
Sl.no Name of the Author’s Title of Paper Name of the conference
 1 R.S.Gandhimathi Strengthening and Retrofitting of RCC
Beams using metal wire mesh
National conference on Sustainable
development techniques in civil
and mechanical engineering

FDP/ TRAINING DETAILS
S.NO NAME OF THE FACULTY DATE NATURE OF THE
EVENT
TILTLE OF THE PROGRAMME COLLEGE NAME
1 DR.A.ANBUCHEZIAN
MRS.J.SELVI
MRS.R.S.GANDHIMATHI
MRS.L.BALASUGANYA
MR.V.THARANEEDHAR

10.12.2018


11.12.2018

FDP LEADERSHIP SKILLS LEVEL 2 ICT ACADEMY
2 MRS.R.S.GANDHIMATHI
MRS.S.SHANMUGAPRIYA
MR.R.A.SHIVASAKTHIVADIVELAN
MR.S.SATHISHKUMAR
MRS.T.DIVYA
MRS.L.BALASUGANYA
MRS.N.SILPA
MR.V.THARANEEDHAR
MR.S.VIGNESHWAR
MR.S.RAJU

03.08.2018


04.08.2018

FDP PATENT DRAFTING FOR
BEGINEERS
ANNAPOORANA
ENGINEERING
COLLGE

LIST OF AWARDS
Sl.no Name of the Awardee Name of the Award Name of the Awarding Agency
1 Dr.A.Anbuchezian 8th Engineer’s day celebration Annapoorana Engineering College
 2 Mr.R.A.Shivasakthivadivelan Innovative Research Technologist & dedicated teaching professional Global professionals Educationalist Awards and Honors Convocations 2018

STUDENTS ACHIVEMENTS ACADEMIC YEAR 2018-2019

Participation Detail

S.NO EVENT NAME 2018-19
1 Workshop 16
2 Seminar/Webinar 4
 3 Technical symposium (Paper Presentation) 10
4 Sports 2
STUDENTS ACTIVITIES  2018 – 2019
( WORKSHOP, SEMINARS, HANDS ON TRAINING)

S.No Name of the
Student
Type of Event Date Venue Participated/
Prize
1

Mohan kumar.S

Mathu mitha.S

Ranjitha.P

Yuvraj.K

Nithyabharathi.S

Vignesh .R

Balaji.M

One day national workshop on “eco friendly building materials, Technologies for low cost in construction” 7.02.2018 Mahendra
Engineering
college
Participated
 2 A.Balakrishnan Body building competition” Mr.Salem 14.10.2018 Salem Amateur
Body
building
Association
Won Second
prize under
55kg
3

Subash V

Praveen K

Vijay R

Mohan S

Mohan Raj R

Workshop on Geophysical Methods for Ground Water Exploration August
2018
Adhiyamaan
College of
Engineering,
Hosur
Participation
4

Nantha Kumar S

Jeeva Prakash M

Dinesh Kumar P

Thisai Nathan R

Workshop on Geophysical Methods for Ground Water Exploration August
2018
Adhiyamaan
College of
Engineering,
Hosur
Participation
5

Praveen Kumar K

Subash V

Vijay R

Sundarapandiyan K

Seminar on Geotechnical Aspect of Earthquake Engineering August
2018
Sona College
of Technology,
Salem
Participation
 6

Subash V

Praveen K

Dinesh Kumar P

Amaran V

Tamizharasi S

Gowri Sri G

National Level Symposium on Youth Leadership Summit – 2018 August
2018
Sri Krishna
College of
Engineering,
Coimbatore
Participation
7

Praveen K

Subash V

National Level Symposium on GANA WHIZKID 2K18 August-2018 Gnanamani
College of
Technology,
Namakkal
Participation
 8

Sundarapandiyan

Subash V

National Level Symposium on SCT
FEST –2K18
August
2018
Selvam
College of
Technology,
Namakkal
Participation
9 A.Balakrishnan Weight Lifting 4.11.2018 Anna
University –
Trichy
Won Fourth
Place

ACADEMIC YEAR 2019-2020
LIST OF PUBLICATIONS

The following faculties are published paper in various National/International journals during the academic year 2019-2020

Sl.no Name of the Author’s Title of Paper Journal name & Year of Publication
1 Dr.A.Anbuchezian Investigational consequences of flexural characteristics of conventional and HFRC beams Science, Technology and Development,2019
2 Dr.A.Anbuchezian Experimental analysis on conservative concrete mixed with nano silica to enhance the overall strength properties using SEM A Journal of composition
theory,2019
3 Dr.A.Anbuchezian Behaviour of reinforced concrete bar frame under cyclic loading (control frame) Science, Technology and Development,2019
4 Dr.A.Anbuchezian Investigations on ductility behaviour of Hybrid reinforced concrete slabs A Journal of composition
theory,2019
5 Dr.A.Anbuchezian Analytical modeling of CFT, CFDST and SRCFT columns Science, Technology and Development,2019
 6 Dr.A.Anbuchezian Finite element modeling of CFT, CFDST, and SRCFT columns A Journal of composition
theory,2019
 7 Dr.A.Anbuchezian Dynamic rule soft switching (DRSS) controller established execution improvements of PV schemes using maximum power point tracker Science, Technology and Development,2019
 8 Dr.A.Anbuchezian Software modeling of CFDST and SFCFT columns A Journal of composition
theory,2019
 9 Dr.A.Anbuchezian Art of review hybrid reinforced concrete filled steel tubular’s Science, Technology and Development,2019
 10 Dr.A.Anbuchezian Dynamic experimental study on RC of plain and fiber which is depends on the sustained temperature A Journal of composition
theory,2019
 11 Dr.A.Anbuchezian Experimental analysis of traditional and NFRP concrete for frame members IAEME,2019 (SCOPUS INDEXED)
 12 R.A.Shivasakthivadive
lan
Dr.A.Anbuchezian
S.Shanmugapriya
Experimental study on the properties of self curing concrete with light weight fine aggregates and PEG Science, Technology and Development,2019

LIST OF CONFERENCE
Sl.no Name of the Author’s Title of Paper Name of the conference
1 N.Silpa,
R.S.Gandhimathi,
L.Balasuganya
Experimental study on light weight bricks using rice husk and sawdust ICMTCEA-2020
 2 R.S.Gandhimathi,
N.Silpa
Experimental study on replacement of fine aggregate
with copper slag and foundry sand in M20 grade concrete
National web conference on
Innovations in concrete and construction 2020
 3 Dr.A.Anbuchezian,
S.Sathishkumar,
S.Shanmugapriya
comparative study of steel slag with coarse and fine aggregate and testing its binding properties with
bitumen
ICMTCEA-2020
 4 Dr.A.Anbuchezian,
R.A.Shivasakthivadivelan,
S.Vigneshwar
An experimental study on the behaviour of solid block
masonry prism with varies mix combination
ICMTCEA-2020
 5 G.Priyanka,
Dr.K.Vidhya,
R.A.Shivasakthivadivelan
Experimental study on replacement of fine aggregate and coarse aggregate using fly ash and chebulic myrobalan ICMTCEA-2020
 6 P.Selvapriya,
Dr.K.Vidhya,
R.A.Shivasakthivadivelan
Experimental study on activated high volume fly ash
concrete
ICMTCEA-2020

FDP/ TRAINING DETAILS
S.NO NAME OF THE FACULTY DATE NATURE OF
THE EVENT
TILTLE OF THE
PROGRAMME
COLLEGE
NAME
1 Mrs.R.S.Gandhimathi
Mr.R.A.Shivasakthivadivelan
Mr.S.Sathishkumar

09.12.2019


14.12.2019

SIX DAYS
FDP
Ce8601-Design
Of Steel Structures
Mahendra
Engineering
College
 2 Mrs.R.S.Gandhimathi 12.05.2020-
16-05.2020
FIVE DAYS
FDP
Advancements In Concrete Technology Kongu
Engineering
College
 3 Dr.A.Anbuchezian
Mr.R.A.Shivasakthivadivelan
Mrs.J.Selvi

13.05.2020


20.05.2020

ONE WEEK
FDP 
Insights Into Quality Research And Innovation Vivekananda
College Of
Engineering For Women
 4 Mrs.R.S.Gandhimathi
Mrs.S.Shanmugapriya
Mrs.T.Divya
Mrs.L.Balasuganya
Mrs.N.Silpa

04.05.2020


10.05.2020

ONLINE FDP Effective And Instructive
Research
Sona College Of
Technology
 5 Mr.P.Samuel
Mr.S.Vigneshwar

03.02.2020


07.02.2020

INDUCTION/
REFRESHER
PROGRAMME
Repair And Rehabilitation Of Structures Muthayammal
Engineering
College

LIST OF BOOKS/BOOK CHAPTERS
Sl.No Name of The Author Title of the Book Publisher
1 Dr.A.Anbuchezian,
S.Sathishkumar
A Text Book on design of reinforced concrete
elements
Forschung Publication 
2 Dr.A.Anbuchezian,
S.Sathishkumar
A Text Book on design of reinforced concrete
and Brick Masonry Structures
Forschung Publication
3 Dr.A.Anbuchezian,
R.A.Shivasakthivadivelan
A Text Book on Construction techniques equipment’s and
practices
Forschung Publication
4 R.A.Shivasakthivadivelan,
R.S.Gandhimathi
A Text Book on Construction Materials Forschung Publication
5 Dr.A.Anbuchezian,
R.S.Gandhimathi
A Text Book on Strength of materials – Volume I Forschung Publication
6 R.S.Gandhimathi,
Dr.A.Anbuchezian,
A Text Book on Structural analysis Volume-I Forschung Publication
7 Dr.A.Anbuchezian,
L.Balasuganya
A Text Book on Soil mechanics Forschung Publication
8 S.Vigneshwar,
R.S.Gandhimathi
A Text Book on Estimate and quantity surveying Forschung Publication
9 Dr.A.Anbuchezian,
Dr.M.Vairavel
Hybrid fiber reinforced composites and process techniques SHANLAX Publication

LIST OF PATENT DETAILS
 Sl.No Name of the
patenting
teacher
Name of the
Patent
Month
&
Year
Reference
Number
Archived
in
Repository
1 Dr.A.Anbuchezian Method For Rush Forward Current Prediction Using Smart Conductors Jan-20 Issue
No:05/2020
, Part 1,
Page
No:6058
Applicant
&
Inventor
2 Dr.A.Anbuchezian Method For Improve the Structural Efficiency Of Steel Truss Jan-20 Issue
No:05/2020
, Part 1,
Page
No:6049
Applicant
&
Inventor
 3 Dr.A.Anbuchezian Method For Energy
Recovery System Using Bicycle Fly Wheel
Jan-20 Issue
No:05/2020
, Part 1,
Page
No:6046
Applicant
&
Inventor
 4 Dr.A.Anbuchezian Reversible Cut Off Connectors
For Use In The Combined
Construction
Feb-20 Issue
No:07/2020
, Part 1,
Page
No:8598
Applicant
&
Inventor
 5 Dr.A.Anbuchezian Segmentation Of Surface
Cracks Based On A Fully
Convolutional
Neural Network And
Gated Scale Pooling
Mar-20 Issue
No:10/2020
, Part 1,
Page
No:12503
Applicant
&
Inventor
 6 Dr.A.Anbuchezian Construction And Adjustment
Of A Vibration Machine Based On A Complete Electrive Drive
Mar-20 Issue
No:10/2020
, Part 1,
Page
No:12509
Applicant
&
Inventor

LIST OF AWARDS
Sl.No Name of the Awardee Name of the Award Name of the Awarding Agency
1 Dr.A.Anbuchezian Teaching, Research and Publication
Award
IRDP Group of Journals
2 Dr.A.Anbuchezian Best Educationist International business council
3 Dr.A.Anbuchezian Bharat Vidya Shiromani award Indian Solidarity council
5 Dr.A.Anbuchezian Rastriya Vidya Gaurav gold medal
award
Indian Institute of Education and
management
6 Dr.A.Anbuchezian 7 th Technical meet Salem Civil Engineer’s Association

STUDENTS ACHIVEMENTS ACADEMIC YEAR 2019-2020

Participation Detail

S.NO EVENT NAME 2019-20
1 Workshop 1
 2 Seminar/Webinar 28
 3 Technical Quiz 3
 4 Technical symposium
(Paper Presentation)
1
STUDENTS ACTIVITIES  2019 – 2020
( WORKSHOP, SEMINARS, HANDS ON TRAINING)
S.No Name of the
Student
Type of Event Date Venue Participated/
Prize
1 Rajkumar S Virtual Code cracking June 2020 Dr.N.G.P.Instiuite Of Technology Participation
2 Rajkumar S Webinar on” Know
Safety No pain in civil Engineering Work”
31.05.2020 K.P.R.Instituite of
engineering and technology
Participation
3 Rajkumar S Engineering
Competitive exam–
TECHNOSPARK2020
30.05.2020 PIMPRI
CHINCHWAD College Of
Engineering &Research
Participation
4 Rajkumar S Webinar on “Different
ND techniques for the
evaluation of concrete
structures”
29.05.2020 Wonder Cement Participation
5 Rajkumar S E-quiz on Strength of
materials
29.5.2020 DATTA MEGHE
college of
Engineering
Participation
6 Rajkumar S E-quiz on High way
Engineering
29.5.2020 DATTA MEGHE
college of
Engineering
Participation
7 Rajkumar S Webinar on “Your Passion And Profession” 28.05.2020 Annapoorana
Engineering
college
Participation
 8

Rajkumar S

Muthuraman M

E-quiz on General Knowledge 27.05.2020 Annapoorana
Engineering
college
Participation
 9 Rajkumar S E-quiz on Soil Mechanics and Foundation Engineering 26.05.2020 Raghu Institute of
technology
Participation
 10 Rajkumar S Webinar on “higher Abroad Opportunities for Civil Engineering Students “ 21.05.2020 K.P.R.Instituite of
engineering and
technology
Participation
 11 Rajkumar S Webinar on “Satellite  Monitoring” 16.05.2020 K.P.R.Instituite of
engineering and
technology
Participation
 12 Rajkumar S Webinar on gender Equality 17.05.2020 Karpaga Vinayaka
College of
Engineering and
technology
Participation
13

Muthuraman M

Rajkumar S

Strength of materials 17.05.2020 Annapoorana
Engineering
college
Participation
 14 Rajkumar S Webinar on “ Emerging
Trends in Civil”
14.05.2020 K.P.R. Institute of
engineering and
technology
Participation
15

Rajkumar S

Muthuraman M

Webinar on “post
COVID-19 :Precaution
in construction”
13.05.2020 K.P.R.Instituite of
engineering and
technology
Participation
 16 Rajkumar S Webinar on “Advanced
Oxidation proce4ss”
12.05.2020 K.P.R.Instituite of
engineering and
technology
Participation
 17 Rajkumar S Webinar on “Sustainable
Concrete”
11.05.2020 K.P.R.Instituite of
engineering and
technology
Participation
 18

Anandan G

Rajkumar S

Webinar on “solid
Waste Management”
09.05.2020 Mahendra
engineering college
Participation
 19 Muthuraman M Webinar on “DO’s and DONT’s Of General Construction” 12.05.2020 Mahendra
engineering college
Participation
 20

Nithya R

Bharathi S

Reena V

Work shop on “hands on training application of drones for advance
surveying”
28.02.2020 Sona college of
technology
ParticipationFirst prize in
model drone
making
 21

Nithya R

Bharathi S

Pravin kumar  A

Seminar on “Novelty in urban waste water
management strategies”
30.01.2020 Mahendra
Engineering
college
Participation
 22 Pravin kumar A Seminar on “retrofitting and rehabilitation of
existing structures using modern technologies”
24.01.2020 Knowledge
institute of
technology
Participation
 23

Pravin kumar  A

Reena V

One day national level seminar on “natural disaster resistant
construction”
09.08..2019 M.P.Nachimuthu
M.Jaganathanan
engineering college
Participation
 24 Reena v Workshop on “Product Analysis Using Staadpro” 08.09.2019 C Cube
Technology
Participation
 25 Reena v Equiz on “concrete
technology”
20.05.2020 Akshaya Cxollege
Of Engineering
Participation
 26

Anandan G

Rajkumar S

Webinar on “solid
Waste Management”
09.05.2020 Mahendra
Engineering college
Participation

FACULTY ACHIEVEMENT’S 2020-2021

BOOK /CHAPTER PUBLICATION BY FACULTY MEMBERS (JAN – JUNE 2020)
Sl.No Name Title of the book /Chapter ISBN No Edition Publication
1

Dr.A.Anbuchezian,

R.S.Gandhimathi

Column 3 ValueA Text Book on Strength of materials – Volume I  Value978-93-87865-24-2 First Edition First Edition
 2

R.S.Gandhimathi,

Dr.A.Anbuchezian

A Text Book on Structural analysis Volume-I 978-93-87865-23-5 First Edition Forschung Publication
 3

Dr.A.Anbuchezian,

L.Balasuganya

A Text Book on Soil mechanics 978-93-87865-21-1 First Edition Forschung Publication
 4

S.Vigneshwar,

R.S.Gandhimathi

A Text Book on Estimate and quantity surveying 978-93-87865-22-8 First Edition Forschung Publication
LIST OF PATENTS BY FACULTY MEMBERS (JAN – JUNE 2020)
Sl.
no
Name of the patenting teacher Name of the Patent Month & Year Reference Number Archived in Repository
1 Dr.A.Anbuchezian Method For Rush Forward Current Prediction Using Smart Conductors Jan-20 202041002580 Issue No:05/2020
, Part 1, Page
No:6058
 2 Dr.A.Anbuchezian Method For Improve
The Structural
Efficiency Of Steel Truss
Jan-20 202041002484 Issue No:05/2020
, Part 1,
Page No:6049
 3 Dr.A.Anbuchezian Method For Energy
Recovery System
Using Bicycle Fly
Wheel
Jan-20 202041002381 Issue No:05/2020
, Part 1,
Page No:6046
 4 Dr.A.Anbuchezian Reversible Cut Off Connectors For Use In The Combined Construction Feb-20 202041005108 Issue No:07/2020
, Part 1, Page
No:8598
 5 Dr.A.Anbuchezian Segmentation Of Surface Cracks Based On A Fully Convolutional Neural Network And Gated Scale Pooling Mar-20 202041008926 Issue No:10/2020
, Part 1, Page
 6 Dr.A.Anbuchezian Construction And Adjustment Of A Vibration Machine Based On A Complete Electrive Drive Mar-20 202041009026 Issue
No:10/2020
, Part 1, Page No:12509
FACULTY JOURNAL PUBLICATIONS (JANUARY – JUNE 2020)
SL.NO NAME TITLE OF THE PAPER NAME OF THE JOURNAL DATE
1 Mrs.R.S.Gandhimathi
Mrs.N.Silpa
Mrs.L.Balasuganya
Experimental study on lightweight bricks using rice husk and sawdust International Journal of Current Science and Engineering 30.05.2020
Vol. 02, Issue 03
2 Dr.A.Anbuchezian Mr.R.A.Shivasakthivadivelan Mr.S.Vigneshwar An experimental study on the behaviour of solid block masonry prism with varies mix combination International Journal of Current Science and Engineering 30.05.2020
Vol. 02, Issue 03
3 Dr.A.Anbuchezian
Mr.S.Sathish kumar
Mrs.S.Sanmugapriya
Comparitive study of steel slag with coarse and fine aggregate and testing its binding properties with bitumen International Journal of Current Science and Engineering 30.05.2020
Vol. 02, Issue 03
FACULTY ACTIVITIES FROM JANUARY – JUNE 2020
(CONFERENCE, FDP, WORKSHOP, SEMINARS, HANDS ON TRAINING)
S.
NO
DATE NAME EVENT TITLE COLLEGE NAME
1   Dr.A.Anbuchezian,
Mr.R.A.Shivasakthi vadivelan,
Mr.S.Vigneshwar
Conference An experimental study on the behaviour of solid block masonry prism with varies mix combination ICMTCEA-2020
2   Mrs.G.Priyanka,
Mrs.Dr.K.Vidhya,
Mr.R.A.Shivasakthi
vadivelan
Conference Experimental study on replacement of fine aggregate and coarse aggregate using fly ash and chebulic myrobalan ICMTCEA-2020
3   Mrs.P.Selvapriya,
Mrs.Dr.K.Vidhya,
Mr.R.A.Shivasakthi
vadivelan
Conference Experimental study on activated high volume fly ash concrete ICMTCEA-2020
4

03.02.2020

07.02.2020

Mr.P.Samuel Mr.S.Vigneshwar Five days induction/ refresher program Repair And Rehabilitation Of Structures Muthayama
Engineering
College
 5

04.05.2020

10.05.2020

Mrs.R.S.Gandhimathi Mrs.S.Shanmugapriya Mrs.T.Divya

Mrs.L.Balasuganya
Mrs.N.Silpa

One week online FDP Effective And Instructive Research Sona College Of
Technology
6 12.05.2020

16.05.2020
Mrs.R.S.Gandhimathi Five days FDP Advancements In Concrete Technology Kongu Engineering College
 7

13.05.2020

20.05.2020

Dr.A.Anbuchezian Mr.R.A.Shivasakthivadivelan
Mrs.J.Selvi
One week FDP Insights Into Quality Research And Innovation Vivekananda College Of Engineering For Women
FACULTY AWARDS (Jan – June 2020)
Sl.No Name of the Recipient of the award Date Name of the Awarding Agency Title of the Award
1 Dr.A.Anbuchezian Feb 2020 IRDP Group of Journals Teaching, Research and Publication Award
2 Dr.A.Anbuchezian Feb 2020 International Institute of Education & Management Asia Pacific Educationist

BOOK /CHAPTER PUBLICATION BY FACULTY MEMBERS (JULY- DECEMBER 2020)
Sl.No Name Title of the book /Chapter ISBN No Edition Publication
1 Dr.A.Anbuchezian,
R.S.Gandhimathi, S.Sathishkumar
 ValueEnvironmental trends in modern developing world 978-93 87748 35-4 First Edition Kalaivani
Publication

LIST OF PATENTS BY FACULTY MEMBERS (JULY- DECEMBER 2020)
Sl.
no
Name of the patenting teacher Name of the Patent Month & Year Reference Number
1 R.A. Shivasakthi vadivelan Concrete using plastic waste as replacement of sand July-20 202041009690
 2 Dr.A.Anbuchezian Transmission power and frequency based network selection scheme for minimizing the harmful radiation from gsm mobiles Sep-20 202041035556
 3 Dr.A.Anbuchezian The severity level and Early prediction of Covid – 19 using CEDCNN classifier Oct-20 2020102631
 4 Dr.A.Anbuchezian Smart school bag for assisting and protecting the school students by tracking the geographical location Oct-20 2020102178
 5

Dr.A.Anbuchezian

R.S.Gandhimathi

Method of chopped basalt strands reinforced for concrete beams Nov-20 202041050001
 6 Dr.A.Anbuchezian
R.S.Gandhimathi
R.A.Shivasakthivadivelan
Multisensory smart building for an efficient power management Dec-20 202041053108
FACULTY ACTIVITIES FROM JULY-DECEMBER 2020
(CONFERENCE, FDP, WORKSHOP, SEMINARS, HANDS ON TRAINING)
S.NO DATE NAME EVENT TITLE COLLEGE NAME
1 Mrs.P.Selvapriya,
Mr.R.A.Shivasakthivadivelan,
Mr.M.Chandran,
Mrs.L.Balasuganya
Conference An experimental study on the partial replacement of cement using hypo sludge and fly ash in M25 grade concrete International Conference on Advances in Science and Technology
 2 7-09-2020
– 12.09.2020
Mr.S.Sathishkumar Mr.P.Samuel Mrs.S.Shanmugapriya
Mr.S. Vigneswar
Online STTP Disaster management and mitigation

(phase ii)

DR.N.G.P Institute of Technology
3 14.09.2020 – 19.09.2020 Mrs.R.S.Gandhimathi
Mrs.T.Divya
Mrs.N.Silpa Mr.R.A.shivasakthivadivelan
Online STTP low carbon energy buildings

(phase -III)

Mahendra Engineering College
4 05.10.2020

07.10.2020

Mrs.R.S.Gandhimathi
Mrs.T.Divya
Mrs.N.Silpa Mr.R.A.shivasakthivadivelan Mrs.P.Selvapriya
Online STTP Drones in construction Sona college of Technology
5 02.11.2020 – 07.11.2020 Mrs.R.S.Gandhimathi
Mrs.T.Divya
Mrs.N.Silpa
Mr.R.A.shivasakthivadivelan
Mrs.P.Selvapriya
Mrs.L.Balasuganya
Online STTP

Low carbon energy buildings

(phase -IV)

Mahendra Engineering College
6 14.12.2020

18.12.2020

Mr.M.Chandran Online Live FDP Essentials of solid edge (online live FDP) ICT Academy
FACULTY AWARDS (July – December 2020)
Sl.No Name of the Recipient of the award Date Name of the Awarding Agency Title of the Award
1 Dr.A.Anbuchezian Sep 2020 National Educational excellence awards & conference 2020 Quality administration
2 Dr.A.Anbuchezian Sep 2020 RIFACIMENTO International Intellectual of the year 2020

FACULTY JOURNAL PUBLICATIONS (JANUARY – JUNE 2021)
SL.NO NAME TITLE OF THE PAPER NAME OF THE JOURNAL AND YEAR OF PUBLICATIONS ISBN/ISSN Number
1 Mrs.R.S.Gandhimathi, Mrs.N.Silpa Mrs.T.Divya An Experimental Study On Mechanical Properties Of Concrete By Partial Replacement Of Fine Aggregate With Copper Slag And Foundry Sand Sambodhi Journal, 2021 2249-6661
2 Dr.A.Anbuchezian Mr.S.Sathishkumar Mrs.S.Shanmugapriya Comparitive Study Of Steel Slag With Coarse And Fine Aggregate And Testing Its Binding Properties With Bitumen Sambodhi Journal, 2021 2249-6661
3 Mrs.R.S.Gandhimathi Effectiveness of Wrapping in Enhancing the durability of concrete elements subjected to aggressive environment International Journal of Innovative Research in Science,Engineering and Technology(IJIRSET ), 2021 2319-8753
4 Dr.A.Anbuchezian Mrs. N.Silpa Mrs.T.Divya A Study on removal of chromium using the mixture of bagasse ash and coal ash Sambodhi Journal, 2021 2249-6661
5 Mr.R.A.Shivasakthivadivelan Experimental Study On The Replacement Of Fine Aggregate And Coarse Aggregate Using Fly Ash And ChebulicMyrobalan Aegaum journal, 2021 0776-3808
 6 Mr.R.A.Shivasakthivadivelan Experimental Study On Activated high volume Fly Ash concrete Aegaum journal, 2021 0776-3808

FACULTY ACTIVITIES FROM JANUARY – JUNE 2021
(CONFERENCE, FDP, WORKSHOP, SEMINARS, HANDS ON TRAINING)

S.NO DATE NAME EVENT TITLE COLLEGE NAME
1

16.02.2021


20-02-2021

Mrs.N.Silpa Online Live FDP Setting goals and Managing Time ICT Academy
2

16.03.2021

20.03.2021

Mrs.P.Selvapriya Online Live FDP Creative Thinking (Online Live FDP) ICT Academy
3 23.03.2021 –
27-03.2021
Mrs.R.S.Gandhimathi Online Live FDP Stress Management (Online Live FDP) ICT Academy
4

24.04.2021

– 01.05.2021

Mr.M.Chandran Online STTP A Beeline for Circular Economy Through Sustainable Waste Management K.S.R Collge of Engineering
5

12.05.2021

– 19.05.2021

Dr.A.Anbuchezian
Dr.A.Murugesan Mr.R.A.Shivasakthivadivelan Mrs.P.Selvapriya
Online STTP Innovative technology in civil engineering Easwari Engineering College
6

31.05.2021

– 04.06.2021

Mrs.N.Silpa
Mrs.T.Divya
Online STTP Thrust areas of research in civil engineering Dr.N.G.P institute of technology
FACULTY AWARDS (Jan – June 2021)
Sl.No Name of the Recipient of the award Date Name of the Awarding Agency Title of the Award
1 Mrs.R.S.Gandhimathi Feb 2021 Institute of Scholars Research Excellence award 2021

STUDENTS ACHIVEMENTS ACADEMIC YEAR 2020-2021

Participation Details

S.NO EVENT NAME 2020-21
1 Workshop 4
2 Seminar/Webinar 4
3 Technical Quiz/Contest 2
4 Training 7
STUDENTS ACTIVITIES  2020 – 2021
( WORKSHOP, SEMINARS, HANDS ON TRAINING)
S.No. Name of the Student Type of Event Date Venue Participated/
Prize
1 Rajkumar S Virtual Code cracking June 2020 Dr.N.G.P.Instiuite Of Technology Participation
2

Abinash.P       Robin Raj.D
Hariharan.S  Sakthivel.M

 

Webinar on Basic concepts of Transport Planning 11.07.2020 Podhigai College of Engineering and Technology Participation
3 Rajkumar S Engineers Day contest 15.09.2020 IMAGECON Scholarship of Rs 10000
4 Mymitha.J Principles of design thinking 29.12.2020 AUTODESK design academy Course completed
5

Kumaravel.M

Santhosh M

kumar.S

Rajaguru.G

Mohan.K

Workshop on Quantity Surveying 12.12.2020 Mohamed Sathak AJ College of Engineering Participation
6 Mymitha.J Data science and methodology 28.04.2021 IBM Course completed
7

Mymitha.J

Arun Kingley Jeyakumar

Muthuraman.M

Reena.V

Soundarya.M

Programming essentials in Python 07.05.2021 ICT academy Course completed

LIST OF MOU’S  COMPANY  LIST

S.NO NAME OF THE COMPANY
1 SRI KRISHNA BUILDERS.
2 KARTHIK CONSTRUCTIONS
3 STARWORTH INFRASTRUCTURE AND CONSTRUCTION LTD.
4 VIKRAM CONTRUCTIONS
5 SELLIAMMAN CONSTRUCTIONS
6 FULLERTON INDIA CREDIT CO. LID
7 PSK ENGINEERING CONSTRUCTION & CO
8 SRI KIRTHIKA BUILDERS PVT. LTD
9 SHOBA BUILDERS
10 ANNAI INFRA DEVELOPERS LIMIT
11 BHARANI CONSTRUCTIONS
12 MARUTHI BUILDERS

Alumni Testimonials

Sl. No Student Name Photo Designation Company Name E-Mail id
1 Abin A Entrepreneur akconsultancy abinaksssrman@ gmail.com
2 Joel Mariyaraj Zonal Design Lead Reliance Industry joelmariyaraj.j @gmail.com
3 Pravinkumar.A Supervisor

Amazon blr7

Bangalore

pravinanand300@gmail.com
 4 MohanaRam Murali M.E Structural Engineer

IBBI Registered Valuer (L&B)

MohanaRam.er@gmail.com