The department of Civil Engineering was established in the year 2011 with an intake of 60. Eight batches of students nearly 480 have successfully completed their graduation so far from the department. Our strength is our faculty. We have twelve dedicated faculty members and three supporting staff members. In 2015 the department has also started Master of Technology (M. Tech) programme with initial intake of 24 students with Transportation Engineering as specialization.

The department has nine physical laboratories to fulfill the needs of academic and industrial requirements including are Concrete, Transportation Engineering, Geotechnical Engineering , Environmental Engineering , Survey , Geology , Hydraulic Engineering , Computer aided engineering , GIS & CAD lab, Strength of materials, FM & HM Lab and Irrigation Design and Drawing. All laboratories are equipped with state of the art equipment to suit the emerging technologies and career opportunities

The students are prepared with multi-dimensional skill sets covering all the required graduate attributes. More focus is given on practical learning, projects, and research. The department is plans guest lecturers from industry personnel, industrial visits and tours every year to fill the gap between academia and industry. The department is also conducting workshops and conferences at regular intervals in the latest and innovative areas of civil engineering.

The board of studies of civil engineering is constituted by taking the services emerging technologies career of students. Many students are qualified in Gate Exam, got placements in civil engineering core companies, Sachivalayam jobs as well. With software career options open for aspiring civil engineering students so far 50 students were placed in companies like Infosys, TCS, Wipro, Capgemini, Amazon, Virtusa, Sutherland  etc.



To become a nationally recognized centre for Civil Engineering Education with effective Teaching and Learning practices


DM1: To produce competent Civil Engineering students with ability to design, develop and problem solving skills.

DM2:  To produce students with ability to use modern tools along with life long learning skills..

DM3: To promote entrepreneurship and soft skills.

DM4: To promote industry interaction, consultancy and concern for the society.