Department at a Glance
Intake
60
Faculty : Student
1 : 15
Laboratories
5


Message from the Head of the Department


Mathematics HOD

Students interested in working closely with society & serving the society can choose Civil Engineering. Providing various amenities & creating required infrastructure for all societal needs forms the prime goal of any Civil Engineer.

The societal needs such as Shelter, Drinking Water & Waste Water Management, Movement of people & goods through various modes of transport such as Roadways, Railways, Airways & Urban Transportation Systems, Management of Water Resources through Dams & Reservoirs are addressed by a Civil Engineer. Communication, Organizational, Leadership and Decision making skills are very important to civil engineer as every infrastructure projects requires huge man power and team management. Key skills that differentiates a Civil Engineer from others are emotional intelligence and Creativity with societal responsibility.

Tremendous job opportunities await civil engineers every year as infrastructure needs of the state are continuous and ever increasing. Key job areas can be

  • Govt. Organisation – Engineer Incharge positions in Irrigation, Road and Buildings, PanchayatiRaj, Rural Water Supply, Municipal Corporations, etc.,
  • Private Organisations – Major infrastructure development companies such as L&T, Gammon India, HCC, GMR Infra, Navayuga Engineering Corporation, NCC, LASA, ShapoorjiPallonji Group, Numerous Thermal and Hydel Power Corporations, Medium Level Contractors, etc.,
  • Public Sector Companies - NRSC, Indian Railways (RRB), Survey of India, ONGC, NHPC, NTPC, HPCL, BPCL, BHEL, STEEL PLANT, ISRO etc.,
  • Civil Engineers have a great chance to start their Entrepreneurial Ventures and Consulting Firms compared to other disciplines given the fact there is a large shortage of quality civil engineers.
  • Higher Education and Research.

Infrastructure forms the basis of economy in the near future. There is a severe shortage of quality civil engineers in every corner of the country in Govt. and Pvt. Organizations. Every state in the country is gearing up for greater leaps in infrastructure development opening up numerous opportunities. Various Govt. proposals such Metro Transport in Tier-I and Tier-II cities, Smart Cities Mission, Road Development goals of 292 km of expressways, Capital city of Andhra Pradesh Amaravati, etc., offer greater chances of employment for a quality civil engineer.

AT SVIET, emphasis is given in equal proportions to both classroom knowledge and practical applications. Academic curriculum is designed to meet the expectations of industry and research organizations. Teaching learning process is designed to enable the students to acquire sound technical and practical knowledge. Add-on courses in addition to regular curriculum provide the students with necessary tools/ skills(apart from those in curriculum) being adopted in the industry.

In addition to add-on courses, Guest Lectures and Field Trips enable students to envision the most recent trends both in the technical and industry spheres. The department also offers consultancy to various Govt. and Pvt. Organizations that gives the students excellent opportunity to work on real time projects.

Further, Campus Recruitment Training (CRT) programs conducted on a regular basis help the students to develop general aptitude and communication skills. Special sessions are conducted for students interested in taking competitive examinations (GATE) and Mock Tests are also conducted enabling students assess their knowledge beforehand.

  • Highly Experienced Faculty with strong industry and academic background
  • Well-equipped laboratories, Dedicated Department Library and Seminar hall
  • Guest lectures by eminent faculty and industry personnel
  • All round development through regular activities by Professional Body
  • Career counseling for students
  • Add-on programs to help students gain additional skill set (apart from curriculum) in tools such as STAAD Pro, ETABS, GIS, Autodesk Revit, Project Management Tools
  • MoU with NHAI, Both the SVIET and NHAI and desirous of working together with mutual cooperation for dissemination of respective expertise in civil/highway engineering field through the road infrastructure development

  • Surveying
  • Engineering Geology
  • Geo-Technical Engineering
  • Environmental Engineering
  • Transportation Engineering
  • Concrete Technology

Laboratories



Courses Offered

Course Offered Specialization Intake
B.Tech Civil Engineering 60

Professional Memberships:

Department of Civil Engineering has a local student chapter of Institution of Engineers (India) completely organized and maintained by the students who are members of IEI. This chapter is actively conducting technical events for the students to enhance their communication and presentation skills and also providing a platform to showcase their talents and competencies. A sample list of events includes paper presentations, poster presentations, group discussions, bridge making competition. It also arranges guest lectures by eminent personalities and field visits to students either to industries (like cement or RMC) or construction sites as a supplement to the classroom and laboratory learning.



Student Success Stories:
Anewa Engineering Consultants Hyderabad:

I am proud to say I got placement in a reputed company only reason is I joined SVIET.There I received value based and qualitative education.


A Krishna Viraj
Village surveyor :

Hardwork and discipline these two only in my life make big change.I mould myself by taking the training and guidance from faculty.


T.Srikanth
Divi's Laboratories:

In SVIET an ordinary student also to become to an extra-ordinary way to make himself to choose the right path to their bright future..


G.Vamsi Krishna
Ward Planning & Regulation Secretary :

At first I had no idea of my future, but when I joined SVIET I received and participated self-promoted activities facilitated by management and faculty. I developed myself in good communicative wise,then I got the confidence to my goal.

Talla Sai Durga
MAPPA Consulting Engineers :

SVIET carved me as dynamic personality which helped me to reach my Goal.


Mahesh C
MAPPA Consulting Engineers:

I am very much Thankful to SVIET for providing such wonderful opportunity to get selected in MNC’s. The events I took part helped me to nurture my skills and Confidence, My Sincere thanks to all the faculty members who supported me to reach my Goal. Getting placed in MNC is my Goal. Thanks to SVIET. You made me feel proud.


Ravikiran N

DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL ENGINEERING
Welcome

The Department of Civil Engineering was established in the year 2009 with an intake of 60 students.

VISION

1)To advance the very basic science at the core of civil engineering and it's sub-disciplines

2)To explore opportunities for discovery at the intersections of existing disciplines

3)Foster long-term, strategic relationships with companies, foundations, governmental organizations, and other partners to advance research

4)Nurture and develop the next generation of globally recognized engineers and researchers

5)To engage with the world and communicate the importance and benefits of science to society


MISSION

Our College embodies and delivers Scholarship, World Class education and research in science, engineering with particular regard to their
application in industry.

We foster multidisciplinary, working internally and collaborate widely externally.


PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES (PEOS)

PEO 1 :To instil strong ethical values and leadership qualities in graduates

PEO 2 :To provide a solid foundation to build a professional career, take-up higher studies with knowledge.

PEO 3 :To produce the Graduates with ability to analyse any real life problem and design structures considering safety,eco-friendly and

economical aspects.

PEO 4 :To develop students who excel as an entrepreneurs and adaptable to lifelong learning practices and excel as an entrepreneur.

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About CIVIL Engineering

Civil Engineering is a blend of several disciplines including structural engineering; geotechnical engineering; environmental engineering; construction engineering and management; and transportation engineering. SVIET has enjoyed tremendous growth in the past few years. Such phenomenal growth has been made possible through the success of infrastructure projects, which have a strong demand for high caliber civil engineering graduates. Civil engineering has been the major part of a general engineering curriculum since the establishment of SVIET. The programme is fully accredited by the JNTUK Institution of Engineers. Subject to the approval of the Head of Department of Civil Engineering.

We focus on interactions between the built environment and the natural world and recognize that civil and environmental engineering are crucial to meeting the major challenges faced by society; including climate change, economic recovery, growing population and urbanization, conservation of natural resources, development of renewable energy sources, sustainable transport, environmental quality and infrastructure ageing and resilience. Our graduates possess the skills, knowledge and attitudes necessary to lead society's response to these challenges.

Career Prospects

Our comprehensive and versatile undergraduate programme offers students an excellent opportunity to develop a career in civil engineering. The solid training provided gives students an excellent preparation for the increasing and changing demands of society. Most of our past graduates have entered various private sector bodies as trainee engineers upon graduation. Our graduates have normally been able to become qualified engineers within a few years. A number of them have excelled in their chosen careers and are presently occupying top-level positions in well reputed organizations.

Year of Establishment

The Department of Civil Engineering was established in the year 2009 with an intake of 60 students.

Staff

The Staff is highly qualified and equipped with the upgraded knowledge & improves research oriented projects and consultancy works.

Resource available

In this regard the department is committed to excellence in technical education and R & D with regular interaction with industries, with a holistic concern for ethics, environment and society.

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PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES(PEOs)

PEO 1 statement:To instil strong ethical values and leadership qualities in graduates
PEO 2 statement:To provide a solid foundation to build a professional career, take-up higher studies with knowledge.
PEO 3 statement:To produce the Graduates with ability to analyse any real life problem and design structures considering safety, eco-friendly and economical aspects.
PEO 4 statement:To develop students who excel as an entrepreneurs and adaptable to lifelong learning practices and excel as an entrepreneur.

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LONG TERM GOALS

=> Our program is characterized by an assessment process for a continuous improvement/feedback process in areas of instruction and learning methods to enhance the benefits of the educational experience.
=> We seek to implement program advancements through continuous improvement of departmental and college facilities.
=> To make every student after completion of their B.Tech course fits into top Companies like L&T, DLF for employment.
=> To encourage faculty for more number of research publications.
=> To develop consultancy activities and encourage research programs in the department.

SHORT TERM GOALS

=> Achieve 75% academic results.
=> To encourage the professional development of students including an understanding of an engineer's responsibilities and communication skills , soft skills and service through participation in engineering, professional, and collaborate with industry.
=> To continually enhance the teaching effectiveness of the civil engineering faculty
=> To encourage students to participate in paper presentation contests in national level.

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Civil Engineering

About Library

Civil Engineering department is equipped with a library apart from the Central Library of the Institution.Department Library comprise of a substantial No. of Volumes, Magazines, Dailies and Reference Books for ready reference to its Staff and Students.At present the department library has about different volumes with different titles. It also subscribes for e-Journals, Journals & Magazines.

Apart from curriculum books the library also has titles in the reference section that helps student in preparing for competitive exams and placement tests. Rich collection of books on software technologies makes the student improve his technical and programming skills. CD's and DVD's of lectures are also available in the department library facilitating quick learning.Though the library, at present caters to the needs of the undergraduate and post graduate students , it is as well in future being developed to meet the needs of staff doing their Doctoral Program.

The library functions on all working days from Monday to Saturday.

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Contact Us

Address:

Sri Vasavi Institute of Engineering & Technology

Nandamuru

Pedana Mandal

Krishna District

Andhra Pradesh

India,Pin code:521369

  • Department Head Phone No:+917013700874
  • Email:hod.ce@sviet.edu.in
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Faculty:


NAME OF THE FACULTY DESIGNATION
1.Mr.CH. Chandra Sekhara Srinivas HOD & Associate Professor
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2. Mr.CH. Giri Phani Kumar Assistant Professor
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3. Mr. V Balakrishna Assistant Professor
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4. Mr.K V G M Sreeram Assistant Professor
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5. P Sri Lakshmi Assistant Professor
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6. Mr.N. Vinay Kumar Assistant Professor
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7. Mrs.Reshma Sulthana Assistant Professor
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Non Teaching Staff


NAME OF THE FACULTY DESIGNATION
1. Mr.R.Sandeep Lab Technician
2. Mr. N. Jagadeesh Gandhi Lab Technician
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PROGRAM OUTCOMES (POs)

PO 1: ENGINEERING KNOWLEDGE: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.

PO 2: PROBLEM ANALYSIS: Identify, formulate, research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.

PO 3: 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.

PO 4: 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.

PO 5: MODERN TOOL USAGE: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modelling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.

PO 6: 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.

PO 7: 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.

PO 8: ETHICS: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.

PO 9: INDIVIDUAL AND TEAM WORK: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.

PO 10: 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, give and receive clear instructions.

PO 11: 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.

PO 12: 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.

PROGRAM SPECIFIC OUTCOMES (PSOs)

PSO 1: An Ability to recognize the issues like Green initiatives, Alternate Energy Sources and relate the civil engineering solutions to meet such requirement.
PSO 2: Ability to recognize the need of housing, sanitation, waste management, irrigation and use of renewable energy for a sustainable environment.
PSO 3: Able to apply technical & communication skills and use STAAD.Pro, ArcGIS for civil engineering practice.

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CIVIL Curriculum
Under Graduate
Click here to download R16 Syllabus UG

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R19 Regulations
CIVIL 1st Year ( I - Semester )CIVIL 1st Year ( II - Semester)
  • Mathematics-I
  • English
  • Mathematics-II
  • Mathematics-III
  • Engineering Physics
  • Engineering Chemistry
  • Engineering Mechanics
  • Programming for problem Solving Using C
  • Engineering Drawing
  • Computer Aided Engineering Drawing
  • English Lab
  • Programming for problem Solving Using C Lab
  • Engineering Physics Lab
  • Engineering Chemistry Lab
  • Engineering Exploration Project
  • Communications Skills Lab
  • Workshop Practice Lab
  • Environmental Science


  • R16 Regulations

    CIVIL 2nd Year ( I - Semester )CIVIL 2nd Year ( II - Semester)
  • Probability & Statistics
  • Building Planning & Drawing
  • Basic Electrical & Electronics Engineering
  • Strength of Materials-II
  • Strength of Materials-I
  • Hydraulics & Hydraulic Machinery
  • Building Materials & Construction
  • Concrete Technology
  • Surveying
  • Structural Analysis-I
  • Fluid Mechanics
  • Transportation Engineering-I
  • Survey Field Work-I
  • FM & HM Lab
  • Strength of Materials Lab
  • Survey Field Work-II
  • Professional Ethics & Human Values
  • Management Science
  • CIVIL 3rd Year ( I - Semester )CIVIL 3rd Year ( II - Semester)
  • Management Science
  • Design and Drawing of Steel Structures
  • Engineering Geology
  • Geotechnical Engineering ? II
  • Structural Analysis -II
  • Environmental Engineering ? I
  • Design and Drawing of Reinforced
  • Water Resources Engineering?I
  • Transportation Engineering - II
  • OPEN ELECTIVE
  • Concrete Technology Lab
  • OPEN ELECTIVE
  • Geology Lab
  • Electronic Instrumentation
  • Geotechnical Engineering Lab
  • Data Base Management Systems
  • Transportation Engineering Lab
  • Alternative Energy Sources
    Waste water Management
    Fundamentals of Liquefied Natural Gas
    Green Fuel Technologies
  • Geotechnical Engineering Lab
  • Environmental Engineering Lab
  • Computer Aided Engineering Lab

  • CIVIL 4th Year ( I - Semester )CIVIL 4th Year ( II - Semester)
  • Environmental Engineering ? II
  • Estimating, Specifications & Contracts
  • Water Resource Engineering - II
  • Construction Technology & Management
  • Geotechnical Engineering - II
  • Prestressed Concrete
  • Remote Sensing & GIS Applications
  • Elective III
  • Elective I
  • Bridge Engineering
    Finite Element Methods Soil Dynamics and Foundations
    Ground Improvement TechniquesSolid and Hazardous Waste Management
    Air Pollution and ControlWater Resources Systems Planning
    Urban HydrologyUrban Transportation Planning Engg
    Traffic Engineering
  • Seminar on Internship Project
  • Elective II
  • Project
  • Advanced Structural Engineering
    Advanced Foundation Engineering
    Environmental Impact Assessment & Management
    Ground Water Development
    Pavement Analysis and Design
  • IPR & Patents
  • GIS & CAD Lab
  • Irrigation Design & Drawing
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    SRI VASAVI INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY

    S.NOBatchRegd.NoName of the studentMarks %College Rank
    12009-201309MQ1A0109Udatha Naga Venkata Anagha Bindhu Prinitha85.18%
    I
    22010-201411MQ5A0106Knathati Naga Venkatah Krishna Hanuma79.51%
    I
    32011-201511MQ1A0129Katakam Thirumala Rao83.11%
    I
    42012-201613MA5A0103Vadugu Lakshmi Thirupathamma84.44%
    I
    52013-201713MQ1A0102Borra Bhargavi87.70%
    I
    62013-201713MQ1A0114Tummidi V.K.Sri Lalha Vahini81.77%
    II
    72014-201815MQ5A0111Polagani N V K Vinay Babu79.24%
    I
    82014-201814MQ1A0120Chitrothu Ranjith Varma77.38%
    II
    92015-201916MQ5A0117Pathan Imran Khan78.80%
    I
    102015-201916MQ5A0116Pandi Naga Prasanth78.49%
    II
    112016-202016MQ1A0117Pamu Sandeep Paul74.22%
    I
    122016-202017MQ5A0101Bethala Aswini73.86%
    II
    132017-202118MQ5A0105Chillimuntha Durga Ramesh70.76%
    I
    142017-202118MQ5A0101Chennakesavula Maha Lakshmi70.68%
    II
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    Field Visits

    S.No Date Faculty Place of Visits
    1 14/03/2014 V.Srinivasa Rao Water Treatment Plant, Machilipatnam
    2 14/07/2016 K.N.A.G.K.Manikanta Reinforcement Arrangement In Post-Tension Slab , Machilipatnam
    3 27/07/2016 K.N.A.G.K.Manikanta Reinforcement Arrangement In Sunken And Folded Slab, Machilipatnam
    4 03/10/2016 K.N.A.G.K.Manikanta Reinforcement Arrangement In One Way Slab Two Way Slab Beams In Columns , Machilipatnam
    5 10/08/2017 CH.Giri Phani Kumar Pre Casting Units For Bridge Components, Bhimavaram
    6 17/07/2018 K.L.A.V.Harnadh Railway Track Construction, Chilakalapudi
    7 28/12/2018 K.L.A.V.Harnadh Construction Of Stone Columns At Pedana And Bridge Construction In Munjuluru
    8 15/07/2019 K.N.V.K Hanuma Extension Of NH216, Chilakalapudi Pedana.


    Guest Lectures

    S.No Date Name of the speaker Proposed topics
    1 06/10/2015 Saibaba Anakala Development of Sustainability of Infrastructure
    2 09/01/2016 B. Pandu Rangarao Structural Analysis
    3 16/03/2016 P.V. Naga Raja Building Planning And Vasthu
    4 04/03/2017 Prof.K.Raja Gopal Basics of Geotechnical Engineering And Construction of Retaining Walls
    5 04/09/2017 K.N.V.Praveen Kumar Trends In Construction Activities & Recent Advances
    6 08/01/2018 Dr. P.Markandeya Raju Recent Advances on Pre Stressed Concrete Structures
    7 04/09/2018 Dr.V.Jagadeesh Recent Advance in Concrete Technology


    Workshops Conducted

    S.No Date Name Topics
    1 26-12-2016 to 28/12/2016 Merj Ali (Galaxy Geomatics) Total station & DGPS
    2 08-09-2017 to 09/09/2017 P.Vasudev Murthy Cement & concrete technology
    3 24-09-2018 to 28/09/2018 M.R.Dinesh Advanced total station
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    SEMINARS:

    Students of IInd, Third and Final Year Students are required to select one of the Topics from the List or they can come up with their own topic on Latest or Future Technology and present a Seminar for Minimum of 15 Minutes.

    Partial cement replaceable materials Self compacting concrete Pile Foundations
    Solid waste management Earthquake resistant structures Foundations on expansive soils
    Bubble deck slab Nanotechnology in civil engineering Strengthening of R.C.C. structures using FRP
    Polymer fiber reinforced concrete pavements Fiber Reinforced concrete Robo sand
    Ground improvement techniques Intelligent transportation systems (ITS) Traffic data collection techniques
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    Civil Projects 21-22 & Internships

    Civil Projects 20-21

    RECENT STUDENT PROJECTS

    Projects being carried out by Fourth Year students

    A.Y-2020-2021

    1. LIVE PROJECT NATIONAL HIGHWAY
    2. DESIGN OF STRUCTURAL ELEMNTS USING BAMBOO AS REINFORCMENT
    3. DESIGN OF SUITABLE FOUNDATION ON HIGHLY PROBLEMATIC CLAYEY SOIL
    4. AN EXPERIMENTAL STUDY ON DURABILITY ASPECTS OF M25 CONCRETE WITH ADDITION OF CARBOMFIBERS
    5. DESIGN OF SUITABLE PAVEMENT SUBGRADE THICKNESS OF HIGHLY PROBLEMATIC CLAY SOIL
    6. INFLUENCE OF RECYCLED AGGREGATE ALONG WITH GLASS FIBRE AND FLY ASH ON CONCRETE PROPERTIES
    7. DESIGN OF STRUCTURAL ELEMNTS USING BAMBOO AS REINFORCMENT

    A.Y-2019-2020

    1. STABILISATION OF BLACK COTTON SOIL BY USING RBI GRADE 81 AND SODIUM SILICATE
    2. EXPERIMENTAL STUDY ON HUMAN HAIR FIBER REINFORCED CONCRETE WITH PARTIAL REPLACEMENT OF CEMENT BY PALM SEED ASH
    3. PLAMNING, ANALYSIS & DESIGN OF MULTISTORED BUILDING (G+6) STOREY
    4. AN EXPERIMENTAL STUDY ON MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF CONCRETE BY PARTIAL REPLACEMENT OF CONCRETE WITH SEA SHEEL AND FINE AGGREGATE WITH AGGREGATE CRUSHING DUST
    5. AN EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATATION ON STABILIZATION OF BLACK COTTON SOIL BY USING EGG SHELL POWDER AND PALM OIL FUEL ASH.
    6. EFFECT ON STRENGTH PROPERTIES OF CONCRETE BY PARTIAL REPLACEMENT OF CEMENT WITH SEA SHELL POWDER WITH ADDITION OF CHOPPED CARBON FIBRES.

    A.Y-2018-2019

    1. AN EXPERIMENTAL STUDY OF INFILTRATION CAPACITY PERVIOUS CONCRETE IN SANDY AND CLAYEY SOILS
    2. SEISMIC ANALYSIS OF EXISTING RC ELEVATED WATER TANK
    3. DESIGN AND ESTIMATION OF SIDE DRAINAGE SYSTEM IN MACHILIPATNAM
    4. DESIGN AND ESTIMATION OF RIGID PAVEMENT IN NH-216 WITH QUALITY CONTROL AND ANALYSIS
    5. DESIGN ,ANALYSIS AND ESTIMATION OF G+3 STOREY RESIDENTIAL BUILDING BY USING STAAD.PRO
    6. STUDY ON INCREASING THE STRENGTH OF CONCRETE BY USING COCOUNT COIL AND BOTTLE CAPS
    7. DESIGN AND ESTIMATION OF FLEXIBLE PAVEMENT USING PP,LDPE&HDPE AS ALTERNATIVE MATERIAL IN SURFACE COURSE
    8. A COST COMPARITIVE STUDY ON CONCRETE WITH DIFFERENT CONSTRUCTION MATERIALSF FROM DIFFERENT LOCATIONS
    9. SEISMIC ANALYSIS OF MULTISTORIED BUILDING WITH SHEAR WALL AND BRACINGS USING E-TABS
    10. DESIGN OF UNDERGROUND DRAINAGE SYSTEM
    11. DESIGN OF UNDERGROUND DRAINAGE SYSTEM

    A.Y-2017-2018

    1. A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF G+3 HOTEL BY USING GLASS FIBER REINFORCED GYPSUM PANELS IN SUBSTITUTION OF REINFORCED CEMENT CONCRETE MEMBERS
    2. AN EXPERIMENTAL STUDY ON STSBILIZATION OF EXPANSIVE SOIL WITH SILICA FUME, METAKAOLIN & WASTE SHREDDED RUBBER TYRES
    3. AN EXPERIMENTAL STUDY ON STRENGH OF STEEL FIBERS AND GLASS FIBERS WITH M30 GRADE CONCRETE BY USING GGBS
    4. SURVEY OF ROAD LEVEL FROM SVIET TO BEACH BY USING AUTO LEVEL
    5. AN EXPERIMENTAL STUDY ON MULTIPLE GRADES OF CONCRETE FAILURE BY FILLING BONDING AGENTS & ADMIXTURES TO RESTORE ITS STRENGTH
    6. STUDY OF STRENGH AND DURABILITY PROPERTIES BY PARTIAL REPLACEMENT OF CEMENT WITH METAKAOLIN AND RICE HUSK ASH
    7. EFFECT OF USING GGBFS AND SILICA SAND AS PARTIAL REPLACEMENTS OF FINE AGGREGATE FOR NORMAL CONCRETE AND ADMIXTURE CONCRET
    8. SEISMIC ANALYSIS OF EXISTING ELEVATED INTZE WATER TANK AS PER LATEST IS CODE PROVISION
    9. CEMENT STABILIZED SOIL BLOCKS ADMIXED WITH SUGARCANE BAGASSE ASH AND FIBRES
    10. DESIGN AND ESTIMATION OF RIGID PAVEMENT BY PARTIAL REPLACEMENT OF FINE AGGREGATE WITH RED SOIL
    11. PLANNING, ANALYSIS AND DESIGN OF DUPLEX BUILDING BY USING REVIT STRUCTURE & ROBOT STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS SOFTWARES
    12. DESIGN OF REINFORCED CONCRETE BRIDGE
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    2020-21

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    ABOUT RACE

    The association entitled ?Royal Association of Civil Engineers? was started on 3rd August, 2011 to make the Civil Engineering students of SVIET technically strong in various aspects of Civil Engineering. The association was inaugurated by Sri. Gudivada Ramachandra Rao, Chairman, SVIET, Nandamuru.

    The association is consists of two groups of clubs namely Civil Engineering clubs and general clubs. Each group consists of many clubs. The students have taken up membership in each club depending on their interest.

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    A.Y 2020-2021 Toppers List

    Academic Year Year-Sem Reg No Name of the Student Percentage (SGPE)
    2020-2021 2-1 20MQ5A0111 IMMADI SESHU 8.14
    2020-2021 2-1 20MQ5A0104 ANKEM SOMA SURYA PAVAN KUMA 7.43
    2020-2021 2-1 20MQ5A0124 YELAKURTHI GOPI 7.21
    2020-2021 2-2 20MQ5A0102 SAYED SHAHEEDA BEGUM 7.79
    2020-2021 2-2 19MQ1A0102 THOTA V N V SARVESWARA RAO NAIDU 7.63
    2020-2021 2-2 20MQ5A0101 CHALAMALASETTI KEERTHI 7.47
    2020-2021 3-1 19MQ5A0106 BOTLA DEVI SIVA PRASAD 8.19
    2020-2021 3-1 19MQ5A0112 JULURI CHARAN KUMAR 8.14
    2020-2021 3-1 18MQ1A0104 AKULA RAVI TEJA 8.1
    2020-2021 3-2 19MQ5A0104 PULLETI KOMALI 8.71
    2020-2021 3-2 19MQ5A0118 SAMUDRALA LOKESH 8.71
    2020-2021 3-2 19MQ5A0105 ADDALA VENKATA SURESH 8.43
    2020-2021 4-1 17MQ1A0102 BALLA HEMANTH KUMAR 7.68
    2020-2021 4-1 18MQ5A0101 CHENNAKESAVULA MAHA LAKSHMI 7.68
    2020-2021 4-1 18MQ5A0117 YARLAGADDA NAVEEN 7.55
    2020-2021 4-2 17MQ1A0101 AMMULA NAGA VENKATA SAI VAMSI KRISHNA 8.5
    2020-2021 4-2 17MQ1A0103 CHANDIKA REVANTH KUMAR 8.5
    2020-2021 4-2 18MQ5A0101 CHENNAKESAVULA MAHA LAKSHMI 8.5

    A.Y 2019-2020 Toppers List

    Acedamic Year
    Year-Sem
    Reg No
    Name of the Student
    Percentage
    2019-2020
    2-1
    19MQ5A0101
    JUPUDI SONIYA NAGA
    8.36
    2019-2020
    2-1
    19MQ5A0119
    VEMURI S L P KRISHNA BHAGAVAN
    8.36
    2019-2020
    2-1
    19MQ5A0105
    ADDALA VENKATA SURESH
    8.09
    2019-2020
    2-2
    19MQ5A0117
    PRATTI UJWAL NAG
    7.82
    2019-2020
    2-2
    18MQ1A0104
    AKULA RAVI TEJA
    7.59
    2019-2020
    2-2
    19MQ5A0104
    PULLETI KOMALI
    7.55
    2019-2020
    3-1
    18MQ5A0106
    DANABOYINA VAMSI
    7.9
    2019-2020
    3-1
    18MQ5A0113
    THOKALA DURGA PRASAD
    7.9
    2019-2020
    3-1
    18MQ5A0101
    CHENNAKESAVULA MAHA LAKSHMI
    7.86
    2019-2020
    3-2
    17MQ1A0102
    BALLA HEMANTH KUMAR
    8
    2019-2020
    3-2
    18MQ5A0113
    THOKALA DURGA PRASAD
    7.9
    2019-2020
    3-2
    17MQ1A0103
    CHANDIKA REVANTH KUMAR
    7.86
    2019-2020
    4-1
    17MQ5A0102
    SAMMEETA LAKSHMI SWARNA PRIYANKA
    8.5
    2019-2020
    4-1
    16MQ1A0117
    PAMU SANDEEP PAUL
    8.09
    2019-2020
    4-1
    17MQ5A0101
    BETHALA ASWINI
    7.95
    2019-2020
    4-2
    16MQ1A0117
    PAMU SANDEEP PAUL
    9.13
    2019-2020
    4-2
    17MQ5A0101
    BETHALA ASWINI
    9.13
    2019-2020
    4-2
    17MQ5A0102
    SAMMEETA LAKSHMI SWARNA PRIYANKA
    8.88
    DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL ENGINEERING
    DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL ENGINEERING


    Publications 2021-2022

    International Journals

    S.No

    Faculty name

    Journal name
    Paper title
    Issue no Month/Year
    1.
    K.L.AV.Harnadh
    IJIRAS
    Experimental Investigation Of Flexural Behavior Of Ferro cement Trough Type Folded Plates
    VOL 4, ISSUE 2 FEB 2017
    2.
    K.V.G.M.SREERAM
    IRJET
    Effective Location Of Shear Wall And Bracing For A Multi-Storied Building
    VOL 4, ISSUE 1 ,JAN 2017
    3.
    U.ARUN KUMAR
    IJAET
    A Study On Impact Of Industrial Wastes Utilization As Base Course Material In Flexible Pavement Construction
    VOL 9, ISSUE 1,2016
    4.
    V.SRINIVAS RAO
    IJTRE
    Earthquake Analysis &Design Of Multistoried Building For Different Zones In India
    DEC 2016
    5.
    V.SRINIVAS RAO
    IJTRE
    Seismic Analysis& Design Of Existing Elevated Reinforced Concrete Intze Water Tank At Pedana As Per Latest Is Provisions & Staad ?Pro
    DEC 2016
    6.
    V.SRINIVAS RAO
    IJTRE
    Design Of Gravity Dam By Using Seismic Coefficient Method In Different Zone
    VOL 4,ISSUE 4,DEC 2016
    7.
    U.ARUN KUMAR
    IOSR-JUMCE
    A Study On Impact Of Industrial Wastes Utilization As Granular Sub-Base(GSB) Material In Flexible Pavement Construction
    VOL 13, ISSUE 1,2016
    8.
    U.ARUN KUMAR
    IJETT
    Comparison Of Polyethylene & SBS Polymer Modified Bitumen?s Effect ? A Case Study
    VOL 22, ISSUE 7, 2015
    9.
    V.SRINIVAS RAO
    IJCRCE
    Comparative Study If SeismicS Analysis Of Existing Reinforced Concrete Intze Water Tank Supported On Frame Staging
    VOL 2, ISSUE 1, 2015
    10.
    V.SRINIVAS RAO
    IJCRCE
    Comparative Study Of Analysis Of Elevated Water Tank Due To Earthquake From Different Zones Of Earthquake
    VOL 2, ISSUE 1, 2015
    11.
    P.L.N.SAROJA
    IJCRCE
    Comparative Study If Seismic Analysis Of Existing Reinforced Concrete Intze Water Tank Supported On Frame Staging
    VOL 2, ISSUE 1, 2015
    12.
    P.L.N.SAROJA
    IJCRCE
    Comparative Study Of Analysis Of Elevated Water Tank Due To Earthquake From Different Zones Of Earthquake
    VOL 2, ISSUE 1, 2015
    13.
    V.SRINIVAS RAO
    IJCRCE
    Experimental Investigation On High Performance Concrete With Partial Replacement Of Cement By Fly Ash & Fully Replacement Of Sand By Stone Dust
    VOL 1, ISUE 1, JUNE 2015
    14.
    K.L.AV.Harnadh
    IJERT
    Study And Analysis Of Public Private Transport Accessibility
    2015
    DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL ENGINEERING

    PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES(PEOs)

    PEO 1 statement:To instil strong ethical values and leadership qualities in graduates
    PEO 2 statement:To provide a solid foundation to build a professional career, take-up higher studies with knowledge.
    PEO 3 statement:To produce the Graduates with ability to analyse any real life problem and design structures considering safety, eco-friendly and economical aspects.
    PEO 4 statement:To develop students who excel as an entrepreneurs and adaptable to lifelong learning practices and excel as an entrepreneur.

    DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL ENGINEERING


    The Department has well equipped laboratories. The labs are provided with necessary equipment's as per the JNTU syllabus

    CONCRETE TECHNOLOGY LABORATORY:


    S.No. Equipment Name Quantity
    1 Pycnometer 6
    2 Vicat Needle Apparatus 4
    3 Slump ConeTest Equipment 2
    4 Compaction Factor Apparatus 1
    5 Re Bound Hammer 1
    6 Compression test Machine 1
    7 Le-chatliers Apparatus 6
    8 Cyclinder Moudls(15cm*30cm) 4
    9 Sp.Gravity Bottle(50ml) 6
    10 Glass plates 4
    11 Electronic Scale (60kg) 1
    12 Concrete cube moulds 6
    13 Stop Watches 3
    14 Trays 2
    15 Trowels 4
    16 Gamala 4
    17 Sieves (30cm, 20cm) 2 SETS
    DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL ENGINEERING


    The Department has well equipped laboratories. The labs are provided with necessary equipment's as per the JNTU syllabus

    ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING Lab :


    S.No. Equipment Name Quantity
    1 Digital PH Meter 1
    2 Nephelo ? Turbidity Meter 1
    3 Muffle Furnace 1
    4 Digital Conductivity Meter 1
    5 Digital C.O.D Digester 1
    6 Micro Process Based U V Visible Spectro Photo Meter 1
    7 Digital Flocculator 1
    8 B.O.D Incubator 1
    9 Magnetic Stirrer 1
    10 Servo - Stabilizer 1
    11 Volumetric flask 20
    12 Burette 25
    13 Pipettes 20
    14 Conical Flask 15
    15 Beakers 40
    DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL ENGINEERING


    The Department has well equipped laboratories. The labs are provided with necessary equipment's as per the JNTU syllabus


    GEOLOGY Lab :


    S.No. Description
    SCIENTIFIC GOODS
    1 MINERAL SPECIMENS
    2 ROCK SPECIMENS
    3 STRUCTURAL GEOLOGY
    4 PHYSICAL MINEROLOGY COLLECTION : HARDNESS,LUSTRE,CLEAVAGE,FRACTURE, TENACITY,SPECIFIC GRAVITY,STREAK,ODOUR, FEEL PROPERTIES MAGNETISM & ELECTRICTY TRANSPARENCY & DOUBLE REFRACTION TRANSPARENCY & DOUBLE REFRACTION FORM & STRUCTURE CRYSTALLINE AGGREGATE
    5 PLASTIC SPECIMEN TRAYS
    6 STREAK PLATES
    7 PLASTIC SPECIMEN TRAYS
    DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL ENGINEERING


    The Department has well equipped laboratories. The labs are provided with necessary equipment's as per the JNTU syllabus

    GEO TECHNICAL ENGINEERING Lab :


    S.No. Equipment Name Quantity
    1 Standard proctor Compaction Test Apparatus(Light) 1
    2 Standard proctor Compaction Test Apparatus(Heavy) 1
    3 Direct Shear Test Apparatus 1
    4 Vane shear Test Apparatus 1
    5 Unconfined Compression Tester 1
    6 CBR Test Apparatus 1
    7 Consolidation Test Apparatus(Three Gang) 1
    8 Permeability Test Apparatus(Constant) 1
    9 Permeability Test Apparatus(Variable) 1
    10 Sieves 30cm DIA G.I for metal 2
    11 Sieves 20cm DIA Brass for Sand 1
    12 Sieve shaker(Motorised) 6
    13 Sand replacement test Apparatus 6
    14 Core cutter test Apparatus 6
    15 Liquid limit device(Casagrand apparatus ) 1
    16 Shrinkage limit Apparatus 1
    17 Plastic limit apparatus 1
    18 Hydrometer 6
    19 Sampling tubes & Sampling extractor 1
    20 Pycnometer 6
    21 Hot air oven 1
    DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL ENGINEERING


    The Department has well equipped laboratories. The labs are provided with necessary equipment's as per the JNTU syllabus


    GIS & CADD Lab :


    S.No. Equipment Name
    1 Arc GIS Arc View Lab Kit -1 (31 Users)
    2 AutoCad 2013 Version
    3 Staddpro 8.0 Version
    DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL ENGINEERING


    The Department has well equipped laboratories. The labs are provided with necessary equipment's as per the JNTU syllabus

    TRANSPORTATION ENGINEERING LABORATORY:


    S.No. Equipment Name Quantity
    1 Aggregate Crushing Value:15cm 1
    2 Aggregate Impact Tester 1
    3 Los Angles Abrasion Testing Machine 1
    4 Devel Attrition Testing Machine 1
    5 Length Gauge 6
    6 Standard Bitumen Penetration Test Apparatus 1
    7 Ductility Testing Machine 1
    8 Ring&Ball Apparatus 1
    9 Penskey-Martin Apparatus 1
    10 Thickness Guage 6
    11 Adjustable Wrench 1
    12 Industrial Thermometer 2
    13 Beaker 1
    14 90 micron sieve 1
    15 7.06 x 7.06 size cubes 5
    DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL ENGINEERING


    The Department has well equipped laboratories. The labs are provided with necessary equipment's as per the JNTU syllabus

    SURVEYING LABORATORY:


    S.No. Equipment Name Make & Model Quantity
    1 Prismatic compass &tripods Roorkee survey & drawing syndicate S.NO-3,5,13,15,20,32,36,46,46,55 10
    2 Plane table Set with tripods (A). Alidade Roorkee survey & drawing syndicate 8
    - (B).trough compass Roorkee survey & drawing syndicate 8
    - (C).PLUMBING FORK Roorkee survey & drawing syndicate 8
    - (D).plumb bob Roorkee survey & drawing syndicate 8
    3 Plani Meter Roorkee survey & drawing syndicate 1
    4 Box ? Sextant Roorkee survey & drawing syndicate 1
    5 Auto Level-SETL Roorkee survey & drawing syndicate MODEL NO-AK - 24, INSTRUMENT NO-3123,4549 2
    6 Eastmen Leveling Staff Roorkee survey & drawing syndicate 5
    7 East Men Leveling Stand Powder Coated(tripods) Roorkee survey & drawing syndicate 4
    8 Auto Level-SOUTH Roorkee survey & drawing syndicate MODEL NO-NL - 24 INSTRUMENT NO-710389,710977 2
    9 Eastmen Alluminium Leveling Staff Roorkee survey & drawing syndicate 5
    10 Metric Chain-20mt Roorkee survey & drawing syndicate 5
    11 Metric Chain-30mt Roorkee survey & drawing syndicate 5
    12 R.Rods-2mt Roorkee survey & drawing syndicate 30
    13 R.Rods-3mt Roorkee survey & drawing syndicate 30
    14 Cross Staff & Black Rod Roorkee survey & drawing syndicate 10
    15 Cloth Tape-30mt Roorkee survey & drawing syndicate 10
    16 PVC Tape-50mt Roorkee survey & drawing syndicate 2
    17 Arrows Roorkee survey & drawing syndicate 100
    18 Optical Square Roorkee survey & drawing syndicate 1
    19 Dumpy Levels Roorkee survey & drawing syndicate Model No-10/2028,2029,2030,2031 4
    20 Theodolites Lawerence&Mayo ST 20 -E- 2010/136 1
    21 Theodolites Lawerence&Mayo - ST 20 -E-2010/2011 3138,3146,3150,3154,3158,3160,6139 7
    22 Total Station Lawerence&Mayo.Model-No-TS-802N S.NO-ZB-80428 1
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    2021-2022

    II Semester


    I Semester


    Academic Year 2018-19 Advanced Learners

    II CIVIL

    Sl.No Roll.No Student Name
    1 17MQ1A0117 R.T. S. Naga Bhushan
    2 18MQ5A0101 Ch. Maha Lakshmi
    3 18MQ5A0103 A.V. Lakshmana Kumar
    4 18MQ5A0105 Ch.Durga Ramesh
    5 18MQ5A0106 D. Vamsi
    6 18MQ5A0108 K. Naga Babu
    7 18MQ5A0110 K. Bharadwaj
    8 18MQ5A0111 K. Vamsi Mohan
    9 18MQ5A0115 V. Sudhakar

    III CIVIL

    Sl.No Roll.No Student Name
    1 16MQ1A0101 K. Laxmi Teja
    2 16MQ1A0102 S. Mehtaj Afreen
    3 16MQ1A0103 B. Pavan Surya Kumar
    4 16MQ1A0109 K. Sai Mohan Rao
    5 16MQ1A0111 K. Sai Krishna
    6 16MQ1A0112 K. V.V. Satya Narayana
    7 16MQ1A0115 P. Soma Babu
    8 16MQ1A0117 P. Sandeep Paul
    9 16MQ1A0118 P.Satish
    10 16MQ1A0123 S. Bhuvana Surya Prakash
    11 16MQ1A0124 U. Kondala Rao
    12 17MQ5A0101 B. Aswini
    13 17MQ5A0102 S. Lakshmi Swarna Priyanka
    14 17MQ5A0105 G. Ram Kalyan
    15 17MQ5A0106 J. Ravivarma Prasad
    16 17MQ5A0107 K. Raveendra

    IV CIVIL

    Sl.No Roll.No Student Name
    1 15MQ1A0101 K. Neeraja Venkata Durga
    2 15MQ1A0102 M. Sruthi Madhuri
    3 15MQ1A0103 T. Sai Durga
    4 15MQ1A0106 A. Naresh
    5 15MQ1A0108 B. Tagore Varma
    6 15MQ1A0110 Ch. Ajay Babu
    7 15MQ1A0112 D. Sravan Kumar
    8 15MQ1A0115 G. Saikrishna
    9 15MQ1A0118 J.Sivakesava
    10 15MQ1A0122 Md Saleem
    11 15MQ1A0127 P. Saikrishna
    12 15MQ1A0128 P. Venkat Gopi
    13 15MQ1A0130 Sh. Amar
    14 15MQ1A0131 T. Srikanth
    15 15MQ1A0132 V. Rohith
    16 15MQ1A0136 Y. Mahesh Babu
    17 15MQ1A0137 Y. Ram Kumar
    18 16MQ5A0101 B. Harshavardhini
    19 16MQ5A0103 K. Mounika
    20 16MQ5A0104 K. Indu
    21 16MQ5A0105 A. Satyam
    22 16MQ5A0106 B. Naga Phanindra
    23 16MQ5A0108 D. Sambasiva Rao
    24 16MQ5A0109 G Dileep Kumar
    25 16MQ5A0110 G.Vamsi Krishna
    26 16MQ5A0111 J. Wijay Krrishna
    27 16MQ5A0113 M. Rambabu
    28 16MQ5A0115 N. Ravi Kiran
    29 16MQ5A0116 P. Naga Prasanth
    30 16MQ5A0117 P. Imran Khan
    31 16MQ5A0119 P. Yesu Babu
    32 16MQ5A0120 Sh. Irfan
    33 16MQ5A0121 T.Jithendra Kumar
    34 16MQ5A0122 T. Muralidhar
    35 16MQ5A0123 V. Nagaraju
    36 16MQ5A0124 Y. Saivenkat

    Academic Year 2018-19 Weak Learners

    II CIVIL

    Sl.No Roll.No Student Name
    1 17MQ1A0101 A.N. V. Sai Vamsi Krishna
    2 17MQ1A0102 B. Hemanth Kumar
    3 17MQ1A0103 Ch. Revanth Kumar
    4 17MQ1A0104 Ch. Pavan Kumar
    5 17MQ1A0105 Ch.Deva Raj
    6 17MQ1A0106 D. Ashok
    7 17MQ1A0107 G .Midhun Sekhar
    8 17MQ1A0108 G. Venkata Karthik
    9 17MQ1A0109 J. Manikyam
    10 17MQ1A0110 K. Lakshmi Venkat
    11 17MQ1A0111 K. Pavan Kumar
    12 17MQ1A0112 M.J.N.Padmakara Prasad
    13 17MQ1A0113 M. Hamiduddin
    14 17MQ1A0114 P.Venkata Rahul
    15 17MQ1A0115 P. Naveen
    16 17MQ1A0116 R.Rajesh
    17 17MQ1A0118 Talupula Madhusudanarao
    18 18MQ5A0102 Pere Mounika
    19 18MQ5A0104 Arepalli Naveen
    20 18MQ5A0107 G. N. V. K. Vinay Kumar
    21 18MQ5A0109 K. Naga Venkata Srinivas
    22 18MQ5A0112 Sk. Noormohammed
    23 18MQ5A0113 T. Durga Prasad
    24 18MQ5A0114 V. Sai Manoj
    25 18MQ5A0116 Y. Gnana Guna Sekhar
    26 18MQ5A0117 Y. Naveen

    III CIVIL

    Sl.No Roll.No Student Name
    1 16MQ1A0106 D.Rakesh
    2 16MQ1A0108 K.G. K. Koteswara Rao
    3 16MQ1A0110 K.V.V. Hanumath Jitendra
    4 16MQ1A0113 N. Naga Raju
    5 16MQ1A0114 N.S V G S Surya Vamsi
    6 16MQ1A0116 P. Sairam
    7 16MQ1A0119 P. Uday Kumar
    8 16MQ1A0120 P. Gokula Krishna
    9 16MQ1A0126 V. Lakshmi Vinay Kumar
    10 16MQ1A0127 V. Naga Sai
    11 16MQ1A0128 Y. Victor Paul Raju
    12 17MQ5A0103 B. Siva
    13 17MQ5A0104 Ch. H.Venkata Sai Teja

    IV CIVIL

    Sl.No Roll.No Student Name
    1 15MQ1A0105 A. Ajay Babu
    2 15MQ1A0109 Ch. Mahesh
    3 15MQ1A0111 D. Suman
    4 15MQ1A0113 D. Praveen
    5 15MQ1A0114 G..Ravi Kiran
    6 15MQ1A0119 L. Manikanta
    7 15MQ1A0121 M. Syam Krishna Prasad
    8 15MQ1A0123 M. Krishna Rao
    9 15MQ1A0124 N. Sekhar Babu
    10 15MQ1A0126 P. Bhuvanachandra
    11 15MQ1A0133 V. Naveen
    12 15MQ1A0135 V.V.S.B.Subrahmanyam
    13 15MQ1A0138 A. Preethi
    14 16MQ5A0107 Ch. Venkata Taraka Babu
    15 16MQ5A0112 K. Kranthi Kiran
    16 16MQ5A0114 M. Chinni Raju
    17 14MQ1A0122 G. Bhanu Prakash
    18 14MQ1A0145 P. Durga Rao
    19 14MQ1A0151 T. Sesha Rao