The Department of Civil Engineering was established at BITS BHOPAL in 2013. Civil Engineering, as a subject includes a wide range of courses on various topics from those that are of general nature to those that are of utility in daily life. Starting from building of homes and other buildings, to construction of all kinds of infrastructure facilities, the scope of civil engineering is truly massive. It offers a wide reach in bright and promising career opportunities and professional advancement. It has an intake of 60 students per year under UG Course .
The aim of the department is to produce creative, wise, well skilled engineers, capable of taking responsibilities on their own to fulfil the requirements of present and future and to bring advancement for a better tomorrow.As a developing nation, we have an immense need of construction professionals and those who can not only engineer, but also manage all the peripherals.So if you want to convert your imaginations into reality, this is the place to be.
The department encourages and guides the students to carry out innovative projects, to prepare innovative models and to publish research papers.
The department also undertakes consultancy work in the field of civil engineering.
|Name||Prof. Mahendra Pratap Singh|
|Qualification||DCE, BE(CIVIL), MTech (SVE)|
|Publications||International(04), National (01)|
|Expertise||Concrete Technology, Construction Materials, Highway Engineering|
|Consultancy||Provide consultancy of construction & highway materials, environment and concrete testing.|
The department of Civil Engineering has well established laboratories to perform the experiments as per RGPV syllabus. Experiments are being carried out as per IS Codes. Highly experienced faculty members and trained lab technicians guide the students to carry out the experimental and project works in the laboratories. Besides, consultancy works are being carried out in the laboratories for testing of various construction materials. Students learn to carry out quality check on construction material and also to handle sophisticated instruments like Total Station.