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Department of Civil Engineering has excellent infrastructure that offers full fledged environment. The Department has a well defined exclusive built space of about 1800 sq. meters at Aryabhatta Orbit with facilities for carrying out both regular academic and research in various areas of Civil Engineering, housing modern infrastructure to conduct work in strength of materials, Fluid Mechanics, soil Mechanics, Transportation, Concrete Technology, Geology, Surveying and CAAD Labs etc. The classrooms are fully furnished, equipped with teaching aids like OHP, LCD etc and well ventilated with esthetic environment.

We have a robust power back up: the college is provided with a HT power line incase of power cuts a generator of 440KV is put to use. Two 0.6KVA UPS are separately used for computers of HOD & Data Entry Operator.

Area

Total Area : 1800 sq.m.

  • Department of Civil Engineering has four class rooms (total plinth area of 480 sq mtrs) They are well ventilated, spacious and well lighted.

  • Eight laboratories spread over a total plinth are of 1200 sq mtrs.

  • Apart from the Central Library facility, we have a Departmental library too. This library is meant for in place reference.


  • Systems


  • 60 (CAAD Lab)

  • 02 (Department Library)

  • 05 (Department Library)


  • We have dedicated computer systems catering to the needs of Department of Civil Engineering to carry out official work (04 nos), supporting computer systems in CAAD Laboratory (60 nos), and dedicated systems in Department Library (2 nos). All the Professors and Associate Professors are provided with a personal computer having internet facility also.

    Internet

    A dedicated 1 GBPS wireless Internet connection is installed to meet the growing needs of staff and students to pursue their research. This facility complements the use of online journals and DELNET, a network of libraries to share books and research material. All the systems on the campus are wired to fileservers. Our students also actively avail the overall Internet facility with about 70 to 80 systems spread in the campus.

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