HOD’S Message

My vision is to develop constructive thinking and analytical capabilities of every student of Civil Department. Our mission is to educate individuals to become the leaders to profession. We offer a distinguished program of graduate study and creative areas of civil engineering. The department has a strong team of faculty members. The students are actively involved in carrying out in-house project based learning.
Department has well equipped laboratories and provides a research oriented environment. Students are involved in various activities to enhance their learning and skills. We ensure that our graduates have understanding to maintain their competencies throughout their career.
In the modern world of construction we provide learning verticals and platform to enrich and shine the edges of knowledge to our students.
Our classrooms are equipped with modern teaching aids and students enjoy the scope of the study.
We have received many grants for the development and improvement of our department to fulfil the modern requirements for better education.

1. Labs are equipped with modern software and latest instruments.
2. Research oriented environment and project based learning.
3. We also plan to develop entrepreneurial skills in students.
4. We are in state to take consultancy projects.

Guest Lectures/Workshops

The only constant is change. This change is brought with technology. To keep in track with the latest technologies and update self with same is a basic need of the hour. For achieving the same, the department of Civil Engineering conducts various guest lectures by eminent personalities from both academia and industry. To list a few, Professor S.K. Singh (DTU) and Professor N.Siddiqui (JMI) visit the department and deliver their knowledge and experience through interactions with both faculties and students alike.
The department also conducts various workshops on latest developments and software’s which are just nascent to the industry and R&D labs. Various organizations like Aptron, RPCL etc. are in contact to facilitate the same.

Department of Civil Engineering


The Department of Civil Engineering was established in the academic year 2007 with the aim of imparting quality education to the students. Total intake of students in B.Tech is 180. Department has been imparting quality education to meet the technological advancement and industrial requirements. This has been made possible due to qualified and dedicated faculty, state of the art laboratories and infrastructure facilities. The 21st Century is witnessing many challenges due to the rapid developments in technological revolution, population growth, environmental concerns, and more. The coming years will be the most creative, demanding, and rewarding of times for civil engineers. The Department has a well qualified and experienced faculty from NITs, IITs and other reputed colleges. The Department also encourages its students to engage in extra-curricular and co-curricular activities, essential for development, nurturing of team spirit, and developing organizational skills.


The Vision of the department is to be the preeminent Department of civil and environmental engineering worldwide as measured by the quality of our faculty, students, the impact of our scholarly output, and our reputation for excellence.


The Mission of the department is to provide technical education for making the students acceptable to the wide variety of civil engineering industry domains for the benefit to the society.

Student Achievement in the Department of Civil Engineering

Student achievement measures the amount of academic content a student learns in a determined amount of time. Each grade level has learning goals or instructional standards that educators are required to teach. Standards are similar to a ‘to-do’ list that a teacher can use to guide instruction.
In the department of Civil Engineering, student achievement is obtained by Student Resiliency, focus on individual student abilities-cognitive and meta cognitive factors affect the student’s ability to learn, and more importantly to critically understand-how to best understand and process information; health and attendance-motivational, physical, and affective factors; developmental differences- readiness for skills development; social and moral development is embedded in the culture of the student; college climate as a welcoming and safe environment for learning, parent outreach; professional development for teachers; building leadership capacity in teachers; teacher evaluation; peer culture and achievement.
Our students have paced in all walks of life, be it mastering education, sports or extracurricular activities. Every year a large number of our students bell GATE/CAT/SSC-JE/ CGL. Our student have achieved marvel in IES (Indian Engineering Service) by assuming AIR 4. In the zonal and university level sports meet, our students have won a lot of awards and have also pushed themselves to the top notch gold medals. Students of our departments have also brought accolades by participating in various dancing/singing/extempore speech competitions. With every passing time, our students are bringing new feathers to add to the achievement of the department and to themselves, to reaffirm, restore and challenge the earlier benchmarks set and also to speak on the volume of hard-work put by the department.

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Program Outcomes

The department of civil engineering has identified 11 program outcomes that undergraduate students should achieve during their course of study. These outcomes are listed below

PO 1:An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science and engineering fundamentals as it applies to the field of civil engineering.

PO 2:An ability to identify, formulates, and solves problems related to civil engineering.

PO 3:An ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as collect data, analyze and interpret results.

PO 4: An ability to analyze and design reinforced concrete, steel structures and other civil engineering problems as per need and codal specifications.

PO 5:An ability to use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for civil engineering practice.

PO 6:An ability to understand the impact of civil engineering solutions on the society.

PO 7:An ability to demonstrate the understanding of professional ,ethical and environmental responsibilities.

PO 8:An ability to visualize and work in laboratory and understanding of individual and team responsibilities. 

PO 9:An ability to communicate effectively.

PO 10:An ability to demonstrate the knowledge and understanding of management principles and working in multi-disciplinary team.

PO 11:An ability to recognize the need for, and be able to engage in life-long learning.


Program Educational Objectives

In order to provide a quality undergraduate degree, the computer science program has three overarching objectives:

PEO 1: Graduate of the program will adopt to the continuing changing in the field of civil engineering.

PEO 2: Graduate of the program will have successful professional carrier.

PEO 3: Graduate will be able to communicate and work as a part of team in order to be and effective member of the work place and the society.


We have framed a project lab in the civil engineering department. The purpose of this lab is to provide students a designated place to perform hands-on work for any class project. Previous year project reports and project photos are also kept in this room. With our project-based education, emphasis on experiential learning, and collaborative environment, our students are exposed to a multitude of options in their curriculum. The fetch of civil engineering is very wide. To accommodate the various aspects in one lab is practically impossible. To imbibe the idea of project based learning, a range of well facilitated laboratories is essential, which are well established in the department of civil engineering. The students in this department make full use of the facilities available to them and as such the testing of all the projects can be done in the department itself.
To be concurrent with the latest industrial trends and technologies, adopting an interdisciplinary technique is the need of the hour. Such interdisciplinary technique based projects were undertaken in the department and are also available for display so that the engineers of tomorrow may pick up ideas from them and carry on with their work.
The photographs below speak about the volume of projects done in the department.



The Department of Civil Engineering has conducted many industrial visits to enhance practical applications based learning. Applying theoretical knowledge to practical applications leaves a long lasting impression on the minds and subsequently it opens up the mind in multiple dimensions. Enriching the minds to culminate ideas has always been the ethos of this department.
Among the various industrial visits, a few are mentioned.
1) Tehri Dam: This visit mainly focused on water resources engineering and irrigation engineering. It also gave an insight into hydraulic engineering and hydraulic machineries and their working.
2) FCI Meerut and Hapur: This visit focused on building planning and drawing. It also dealt with design of steel structures and ventilation.
3) Hastinapur Village: Engineering survey to lay down sewer systems, road formation and estimation of reservoir capacity was done.

Research Activities



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Crop Water Assessment Of Plain And Hilly Region Using Modelling

Techniques. Page No-348

International Journal of Scientific Engineering & Technology

ISSN NO-2277-1581


ONLINE LINK- http://www.ijset.com/index.php/issue-archive/conferences-a-seminars/volume-3-issue-special




Comparative Crop water Assessment using CROPWAT

International Journal of Sustainable Materials, Processes & ECO-Efficient – IJSMPE

ISSN NO-2374-1651

ONLINE LINK-https://www.seekdl.org/journals-details.py/133?years=2014&volumes=36&issue=116







Yaduvanshi Manish, Singh Archana

“Use of bamboo as construction Material-A review”

National Conference on), 28& 29 Nov, 2015. Sustainable Engineering Practices in Materials, Water and Energy Technology , (SEPMWET-2017) 18 & 19 March 2017


Yaduvanshi Manish, Singh Archana

“Reducing Sesimic hazard  -A case study of Meerut city”

National Conference on Recent Advancements in Civil & Environmental Engineering (RACEE), 28& 29 Nov, 2015


Yaduvanshi Manish, Singh Archana , Dr. Deepshikha

“Earthquake Vulnerability Scenario Of Meerut City- A Case Study”

National Seminar On Disaster Management. (NSDM – 2012), Nov  10 ,2012


Yaduvanshi Manish, Singh Archana

“Green Building Opportunity and challenges”

National Symposium on. Green Technology for. Sustainable Development. (NSGTSD – 2012), April  18 ,2012



Islam Saiful, Yaduvanshi Manish, Rastogi Priyank

“Emerging Trends in the Green Building Concept

National Symposium on. Green Technology for Sustainable Development. (NSGTSD – 2012), April  18 ,2012


Yadav M.S, Yadav P.P.S, Yaduvanshi M and Others

“Sustainable assessment of sodic land reclamation using Remote

Indian Journal of Remote Sensing Vol-38


An appropriate civil infrastructure is vital to the wealth and wellbeing of cultures. Appropriateness is increasingly defined in terms of sustainability, aesthetics, innovation and cultural suitability. These expectations pose challenges for engineers to use their creativity, aesthetic appreciation, knowledge and character to predict and respond creatively with their designs. Our Faculty members and students of Civil Engineering visited two sites of FCI warehouses. This was the consultancy work taken up by our faculty members. The students have worked and actively participated in this work along with the faculty members. As the layouts of the godowns were not prepared so our students has prepared the layouts & also calculated the area of both the sites. Many of our students are involve in the research activities & are working on the new modern materials which are used in construction & are replacing the traditional materia l.

Layout of the FCI Warehouse


A winter school programme was organized by department of civil engineering in the month of November 2017 in which around 40 students from various schools of Meerut Zone had actively participated.
The scheme of Winter School was initiated by the Council with the following objectives:
1. To expose the participants to new knowledge that may have accumulated in the subject of the area concerned. 
2. To provide a platform for instructional programme in specialized area of interest.
3. To provide an opportunity for discussion and exchange of ideas among the students of various colleges.
4. To develop understanding of each other’s achievement and problems. 
5. To provide the participant an opportunity to be exposed to various innovations and techniques.
Students participated actively and exchanged their views and innovative ideas among each other. The activity was to construct Popsicle Bridge.
The Popsicle stick bridge is a classic science demonstration and competition. Every year many students world-wide build bridges made solely from Popsicle sticks and glue, to see which designs can hold the most weight.
In this activity students made the Popsicle Bridge by using sticks and glue. Many bridges were made by various students and all the bridges were tested on various load conditions. The students whose bridges were able to sustain the load were considered being successful and they were awarded.



The Department of Civil Engineering is pleased to announce a Faculty Development Programme on Advanced Foundation Design to be held at Bharat Institute of Technology, Meerut in June2018.AKTU has granted this FDP proposal in this zone to BIT Civil Engineering Department.
Course Description: This course will focus on the analysis and design of both shallow and deep foundation systems to resist vertical and horizontal loads coming from various superstructures including buildings, bridges, power plants, etc. Most engineers with responsibility for design and construction of foundation and structure systems need a working understanding of basic concepts to gain confidence in dealing with a variety foundation and geotechnical related problems that they encounter on engineering projects. This course is designed so that participants can better understand foundation engineering and learn from experts in geotechnical engineering on how to design a safe and sustainable foundation system in various site and loading conditions. All key concepts and guidelines will be explained and emphasis will be placed on the practical application of the information provided.
Who should attend? This course would be beneficial to all civil engineering practitioners and especially academicians and to those involved in the design, approval and maintenance of foundation engineering projects and any other structural and construction systems, such as: civil, municipal, environmental and construction engineers, consulting engineers, plans review personnel in municipalities, public works professionals, plant engineers, who are involved with building and construction works, technicians and specialists, geologists and earth scientists, civil engineers who want to understand foundations or any other load carrying soil-structure systems. The course will be of value both for those who are new to foundation engineering as well as to those who have experience with foundations.
After participating in this course you will be able to :
• Understand the principles of foundation design, and identify issues and challenges associated with the design of foundations and other load carrying soil-structure systems.
• Determine appropriate site exploration and laboratory characterization programs suitable for foundation projects.
• Prescribe design requirements that are consistent with the foundation engineering provisions in the national and provincial standards.
• Apply your comprehensive understanding of many of the basic concepts of foundation design to increase your effectiveness on your projects, and demonstrate your newly acquired skills in geotechnical engineering practice.

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