Department of Civil Engineering

About Department

              The Department of Civil Engineering  was started in the Academic year 2006-2007. Civil Engineering Department offers Under Graduate Course of B.E Civil Engineering and Post Graduate Course  of M.E. Structural Engineering. The department has well equipped with the state-of-art laboratories Catering the academic needs of the student and  faculties. Apart from the curriculum specified by Anna University, The Civil Engineering department conducts value added industry related courses for students making them more employable.

Programme offered:

  • B.E. Civil Engineering
  • M.E. Structural Engineering

VISION & MISSION

Vision

  • To be a centre of excellence in Civil Engineering contributes to the progress and development of humanity with employable skills and ethical values

Mission

  • To provide quality education through industrial based value added trainings to produce skilled Civil Engineering professionals
  • To produce competent professionals who are trained in the design and implementation Civil Engineering systems.
  • To mentor students in pursuit of higher education, entrepreneurship and global professionalism.

PEO

  • To develop abilities and talents, leading to creativity and productivity in professional and industrial field beyond the curriculum and thus enhance the employability skill.
  • To promote lifelong self learning abilities for gaining multidisciplinary knowledge through projects and industrial training to meet the social needs
  • To sensitize students towards social issues and to introduce them to professional ethics and practices.

PSO

  • Enhancing the employability skills by making the students capable of qualifying National level competitive examinations
  • Competency in professional areas like water supply and sanitation, Design, Measurement and Quality Control, Geo techniques and transportation.
  • Analyze, Design, Construct, Maintain and Operate infrastructural projects

PROGRAMME OUT COMES (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, review 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 modeling 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, and 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: Recognise the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and lifelong learning in the broadest context of technological change.
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Dr. R. SARAVANAN

DesignationPROFESSOR
Joining Date07.11.2018
QualificationPh.D
Nature of associationRegular
Experience (in Years)23 years 4 months
Email idcivil.hod@miet.edu
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S.KARTHIKEYAN

DesignationASST.PROFESSOR
Joining Date11.07.2011
QualificationM.E
Nature of associationRegular
Experience (in Years)7 years 5 months
Email idkarthikeyan.s@miet.edu
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A.BELIN JUDE

DesignationASST.PROFESSOR
Joining Date03.06.2013
QualificationM.Tech (Phd)
Nature of associationRegular
Experience (in Years)7 years 9 months
Email idbelinjude.a@miet.edu
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B.SEKAR

DesignationASST.PROFESSOR
Joining Date25.06.2012
QualificationM.E
Nature of associationRegular
Experience (in Years)8 years 6 months
Email idsekar.b@miet.edu
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S.MANIKANDAN

DesignationASST.PROFESSOR
Joining Date31.05.2013
QualificationM.E (Phd)
Nature of associationRegular
Experience (in Years)5 years 7 months
Email idmanikandan.s.civil@miet.edu
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T.K.VIMALBALAJI

DesignationASST.PROFESSOR
Joining Date16.02.2015
QualificationM.Tech
Nature of associationRegular
Experience (in Years)5 years 3 months
Email idvimalbalaji.t.k@miet.edu
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E.SANTHOSH KUMAR

DesignationASST.PROFESSOR
Joining Date03.08.2016
QualificationM.E
Nature of associationRegular
Experience (in Years)4 years 5 months
Email idsanthoshkumar.e@miet.edu
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G.ARUN

DesignationASST.PROFESSOR
Joining Date02.01.2017
QualificationM.E
Nature of associationAdjunct
Experience (in Years)4 years 7 months
Email idarun.g@miet.edu
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V.VENKATESH

DesignationASST.PROFESSOR
Joining Date28.06.2017
QualificationM.E
Nature of associationAdjunct
Experience (in Years)2 years 4 months
Email idvenkatesh.civil@miet.edu
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K.NIVAS

DesignationASST.PROFESSOR
Joining Date21.11.2018
QualificationM.E
Nature of associationAdjunct
Experience (in Years)01 year 
Email idnivas.k@miet.edu
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P.SATHIYAPRIYA

DesignationASST.PROFESSOR
Joining Date02.01.2017
QualificationM.E
Nature of associationAdjunct
Experience (in Years)4 years 4 months
Email idsathiya.p@miet.edu
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J.JOSHUA SAKUNTH

DesignationASST.PROFESSOR
Joining Date16.06.2014
QualificationM.E
Nature of associationRegular
Experience (in Years)4 years 8 months
Email idjoshvasakunth.j@miet.edu
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S. ARUN SAHAYA RAJ

DesignationASST.PROFESSOR
Joining Date22.06.2015
QualificationM.E
Nature of associationRegular
Experience (in Years)5 years 10months
Email idarunsahayaraj.s@miet.edu
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R.ELANGOVAN

DesignationASST.PROFESSOR
Joining Date11.07.2016
QualificationM.E
Nature of associationRegular
Experience (in Years)5 years 11 months
Email idelangovan.r@miet.edu
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M.BALA SENTHIVELAVAN

DesignationASST.PROFESSOR
Joining Date01.03.2017
QualificationM.E
Nature of associationAdjunct
Experience (in Years)2 years 11 months
Email idbalasenthil.m@miet.edu
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K.RENGARAJ

DesignationASST.PROFESSOR
Joining Date22.11.2018
QualificationM.E
Nature of associationAdjunct
Experience (in Years)2 years 4 months
Email idrengaraj.k@miet.edu
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S.NIVETHA

DesignationASST.PROFESSOR
Joining Date03.01.2017
QualificationM.E
Nature of associationAdjunct
Experience (in Years)5 years 4 months
Email idnivetha.s@miet.edu

Semester I

 

S.No

COURSE CODE 

COURSE  TITLE

 

CATEGORY

CONTACT PERIODS 

L

 

T

 

P

 

C

THEORY

1.HS8151Communicative

English

HS44004
2.MA8151Engineering

Mathematics – I

BS44004
3.PH8151Engineering PhysicsBS33003
4.CY8151Engineering

Chemistry

BS33003
5.GE8151Problem Solving and

Python Programming

ES33003
6.GE8152Engineering GraphicsES62044

PRACTICALS

7.GE8161Problem Solving and

Python Programming

Laboratory

ES40042
8.BS8161Physics and

Chemistry Laboratory

BS40042
TOTAL311901225

Semester III

 

S.No

COURSE CODE 

COURSE  TITLE

 

CATEGORY

CONTACT PERIODS 

L

 

T

 

P

 

C

THEORY

1.MA8353Transforms and Partial

Differential Equations

BS44004
2.CE8301Strength of

Materials I

PC33003
3.CE8302Fluid MechanicsPC33003
4.CE8351SurveyingPC33003
5.CE8391Construction

Materials

PC33003
6.CE8392Engineering GeologyES33003

PRACTICALS

7.CE8311Construction Materials

Laboratory

PC40042
8.CE8361Surveying LaboratoryPC40042
9.HS8381Interpersonal Skills / Listening and SpeakingEEC20021
TOTAL291901024

Semester V

 

S.No

COURSE CODE 

COURSE  TITLE

 

CATEGORY

CONTACT PERIODS 

L

 

T

 

P

 

C

THEORY

1.CE8501Design of

Reinforced Cement

Concrete Elements

PC53204
2.CE8502Structural Analysis IPC33003
3.EN8491Water Supply

Engineering

PC33003
4.CE8591Foundation

Engineering

PC33003
5.Professional

Elective I

PE33003
6.Open Elective I*OE33003

PRACTICALS

7.CE8511Soil Mechanics

Laboratory

PC40042
8.CE8512Water and Waste

Water Analysis

Laboratory

PC40042
9.CE8513Survey Camp

(2 weeks –During IV Semester)

EEC00002
TOTAL28182825

Semester VII

 

S.No

COURSE CODE 

COURSE  TITLE

 

CATEGORY

CONTACT PERIODS 

L

 

T

 

P

 

C

THEORY

1.CE8701Estimation,

Costing and Valuation Engineering

PC33003
2.CE8702Railways, Airports,

Docks and Harbour Engineering

PC33003
3.CE8703Structural Design and DrawingPC53024
4.Professional

Elective III

PE33003
5.Open Elective II*OE33003

PRACTICALS

6.CE8711Creative and

Innovative Project

(Activity Based – Subject Related)

EEC40042
7.CE8712Industrial Training

(4 weeks During

VI Semester –

Summer)

EEC00002
TOTAL21150620

Semester II

 

S.No

COURSE CODE 

COURSE  TITLE

 

CATEGORY

CONTACT PERIODS 

L

 

T

 

P

 

C

THEORY

1.HS8251Technical EnglishHS44004
2.MA8251Engineering

Mathematics – II

BS44004
3.PH8201Physics For Civil

Engineering

BS33003
4.BE8251Basic Electrical and

Electronics

Engineering

ES33003
5.GE8291Environmental

Science and

Engineering

HS33003
6.GE8292Engineering

Mechanics

ES53204

PRACTICALS

7.GE8261Engineering Practices

Laboratory

ES40042
8.CE8211Computer Aided

Building Drawing

PC40042
TOTAL30202825

Semester IV

 

S.No

COURSE CODE 

COURSE TITLE

 

CATEGORY

CONTACT PERIODS 

L

 

T

 

P

 

C

THEORY

1.MA8491Numerical MethodsBS44004
2.CE8401Construction

Techniques and

Practices

PC33003
3.CE8402Strength of

Materials II

PC33003
4.CE8403Applied Hydraulic

Engineering

PC33003
5.CE8404Concrete TechnologyPC33003
6.CE8491Soil MechanicsPC33003

PRACTICALS

7.CE8481Strength of Materials

Laboratory

PC40042
8.CE8461Hydraulic Engineering

Laboratory

PC40042
9.HS8461Advanced Reading

and Writing

EEC20021
TOTAL291901024

Semester VI

 

S.No

COURSE CODE 

COURSE  TITLE

 

CATEGORY

CONTACT PERIODS 

L

 

T

 

P

 

C

THEORY

1.CE8601Design of Steel

Structural Elements

PC53204
2.CE8602Structural Analysis IIPC33003
3.CE8603Irrigation

Engineering

PC33003
4.CE8604Highway

Engineering

PC33003
5.EN8592Wastewater

Engineering

PC33003
6.Professional

Elective II

PE33003

PRACTICALS

7.CE8611Highway

Engineering

Laboratory

PC40042
8.CE8612Irrigation and

Environmental

Engineering Drawing

PC40042
TOTAL28182823

Semester VIII

S.NoCOURSE CODE 

COURSE  TITLE

 

CATEGORY

CONTACT PERIODS 

L

 

T

 

P

 

C

THEORY

1.Professional

Elective IV

PE33003
2.Professional

Elective V

PE33003

PRACTICALS

3.CE8811Project WorkEEC20002010
TOTAL26602016

TOTAL NO. OF CREDITS: 182

Structural Detailing & Bar Bending Schedule

Objectives

  • To give additional input to the area of structural dimension and detailing.
  • To provide methodology for design of shuttering.
  • To introduce the concept of shuttering & de-shuttering technique.
  • To introduce bar bending schedule.

Course contents

  • Units & Measurement
  • Documentation towards IQAS
  • Shuttering and Formwork
  • Structural Drawings
  • Bar bending Schedule

Course Duration
Three months (July 2018 to September 2018)

Course outcomes

  • On completion of this course the participant will gain knowledge about structural detailing & will have the capacity to design shuttering & to understand reinforcement detailing with the help of bar bending schedule.

 Course Instructors
Mr. A. Belin Jude, AP/CE
Mr. S. Arun Sahaya Raj, AP/CE

Students
Final Year VII Semester – 35 students

Auto CAD

Objectives

  • To introduce the students to draft the plan, elevation and sectional views of buildings in accordance with development and control rules satisfying orientation and functional requirements as per National Building Code.
  • To acquire hands on experience in design and preparation of structural drawings for concrete / environmental structures normally encountered in Civil Engineering practice. To provide the knowledge about load forecasting, scheduling and risk management.

Course contents

  • Introduction to CAD and Basic Commands
  • Environmental Engineering Drawings
  • Building Drawings
  • Structural Detailing
  • Plot and Publish

Course Duration
Three months (July 2018 to September 2018)

Course outcomes

  • The students will be able to draft the plan, elevation and sectional views of the buildings, industrial structures, and framed buildings using computer software.
  • At the end of the course the student acquires hands on experience in design and preparation of structural drawings for concrete / steel structures normally encountered in Civil Engineering practice.

Course Instructors
Mr. S. Manikandan, AP/CE
Mr. S. Suresh, AP/CE

Students
Third Year V Semester – 35 students

Archive

Auto Cad

Objectives

  • To introduce the students to draft the plan, elevation and sectional views of buildings in accordance with development and control rules satisfying orientation and functional requirements as per National Building Code.
  • To acquire hands on experience in design and preparation of structural drawings for concrete / steel structures normally encountered in Civil Engineering practice.

Course contents

  • Introduction to CAD and Basic Commands
  • Annotations and Dimensions
  • Building Drawings – Plan, Section and Elevation of a single storey, G+1 building and Industrial Building.
  • Structural Detailing – Reinforcement Detailing of Slab, Column, footing and beam.
  • Plot and Publish

Course duration
Three months (January 2018 to March 2018)

Course outcomes

  • The students will be able to draft the plan, elevation and sectional views of the buildings, industrial structures, and framed buildings using computer software.
  • At the end of the course the student acquires hands on experience in design and preparation of structural drawings for concrete / steel structures normally encountered in Civil Engineering practice.

 Course Instructors
Mr. S. Suresh, AP – Civil Engg.
Mr. V.Venkatesh, AP – Civil Engg.

Students
Second Year IV Semester – 25 students

 

Structural Detailing & Bar Bending Schedule

Objectives

  • To give additional input to the area of structural dimension and detailing.
  • To provide methodology for design of shuttering.
  • To introduce the concept of shuttering & de-shuttering technique.
  • To introduce bar bending schedule.

Course contents

  • Units & Measurement
  • Documentation towards IQAS
  • Shuttering and Formwork
  • Structural Drawings
  • Bar bending Schedule

Course Duration
Three months (July 2018 to September 2018)

Course outcomes

  • On completion of this course the participant will gain knowledge about structural detailing & will have the capacity to design shuttering & to understand reinforcement detailing with the help of bar bending schedule.

 Course Instructors
Mr. A. Belin Jude, AP/CE
Mr. S. Arun Sahaya Raj, AP/CE

Students
Final Year VII Semester – 35 students

Project Engineering

Objectives

  • To acquire required knowledge, so that they can solve any problem in the construction industry when they join as a Project Engineer.
  • To learn basics of seismic detailing.

Course contents

  • Measurements, Planning & Approvals
  • Foundation Techniques
  • Superstructure
  • Services
  • Detailing & Repairing Techniques

Course duration
Three months (July 2017 to September 2017)

Course outcome

  • Students will be able to acquire knowledge required in-situ..
  • Students will acquire the capability of solving any problem in the construction industry
  • Students will be able to learn basics of seismic detailing.

Course Instructor
Dr. A. Prabaharan, Sr. Prof, HOD/Civil Engg. – Dean/R&D

 Students
Final year VII Semester – 34 Students

Structural Analysis Design and Drafting, Professional (STAAD-PRO)

Objectives

  • To learn basic operations in STAAD Pro with the help of STAAD Pro v8i.
  • To design of steel and concrete structures.
  • To manipulate calculation of shear force, bending moments etc.
  • To compare manual – software outcomes at the end of this course.

Course contents

  • Loads on RC Structures
  • SFD & BMD of RC Structures
  • Loads on Steel Truss
  • SFD & BMD of Steel Truss
  • RC & Steel Detailing

Course duration
Three months (July 2017 to September 2017)

Course Outcome

  • Students will be able to understand the design and analysis concepts.
  • They will be able to design the structures according to the considerations.
  • Students will be capable of understanding similar software (ANSYS, E-TABS etc.)

Course Instructors
Mr. U. Bala Vignesh, AP/Civil Engg.
Mr. S. Suresh, Lecturer/Civil Engg.

Students
Third Year  V Semester –  93 students

Soil Mechanics Laboratory

  • Sieves
  • Hydrometer
  • Liquid limit apparatus
  • Plastic limit apparatus
  • Shrinkage limit apparatus
  • Proctor compaction apparatus
  • Direct shear apparatus
  • Thermometer
  • Field density measuring device
  • Core cutter
  • Sand Pouring Cylinder
  • Pycnometer

Strength of Materials Laboratory

  • UTM of minimum 400 KN capacity
  • Torsion testing machine for steel rods
  • Izod impact testing machine
  • Hardness testing machine
  • Brinell
  • vickers
  • Dial gauges
  • Le Chatelier’s apparatus
  • Vicat apparatus
  • Mortar cube moulds
  • Fatigue Testing machine
  • Spring Testing machine
  • Heat treatment furnace
  • Binocular metallurgical microscope
  • Monocular inclined metallurgical microscope

Surveying Laboratory

  • Plane Table and Accessories.
  • Prismatic Compass.
  • Metric Chain
  • Ranging Rod.
  • Arrows
  • Pegs
  • Tapes
  • Dumpy Level
  • Global Positioning System

Fluid Mechanics & Machinery Laboratory

  • Venturimeter setup
  • Orificemeter setup
  • Major losses in pipes
  • Minor losses in pipes
  • Flow through notches
  • Flow through mouthpiece
  • Centrifugal pump
  • Reciprocating pump
  • Submersible pump
  • Gear oil pump
  • Calibration of Rotameter
  • Buoyancy apparatus
  • Bernoulli’s apparatus
  • Pitot tube assembly
  • Pelton wheel turbine
  • Francis turbine
  • Kaplan turbine

Environmental Engineering Laboratory

  • O Meter
  • pH Meter
  • Turbidity Meter
  • Spectrophotometer
  • Flame Photometer
  • Electrical conductivity meter
  • Water bath
  • Desiccator
  • Weigh Balance
  • O.D Incubator
  • Muffle furnace
  • Hot air oven
  • COD setup
  • Kjeldhal apparatus
  • Jar Test

Concrete And Highway Engineeing Laboratory

  • UTM – 400 kN capacity
  • Flow table
  • Vee-Bee consistometer
  • Slump cone
  • Compaction factor machine
  • Blains Apparatus
  • Los – Angeles abrasion testing machine
  • Concrete cube moulds
  • Concrete cylinder moulds
  • Concrete prism moulds
  • Sieves set
  • Concrete mixer
  • Aggregate Impact testing machine
  • CBR apparatus
  • Ductility testing machine
  • Penetration testing machine
  • Flash and fire point testing equipment
  • Ring and ball testing equipment

Advanced Structural Engineering Laboratory

  • Loading frame
  • Load cell (100 ton capacity)
  • Rebound hammer
  • Vibration exciter
  • Vibration meter
  • Strong floor
  • LVDT
  • Proving ring
  • Demec gauge
  • Dial gauges

CAD Laboratory

Software details

  • Auto CAD
  • STAAD Pro

Equipment details

  • Desktop Computers
  • Printer
  • Recent Trends in Construction Technology

    Department of Civil Engineering of M.I.E.T. Engineering College, Trichy has organized a guest lecture on the title Recent Trends in Construction Technology” at M.I.E.T. Engineering College campus.Er.A.Mohamed Yunus, Chairman, M.I.E.T. Engineering College gave presidential address to the gathering. Dr.T.Karthikeyan, Director (Planning & Development), M.I.E.T. Engineering College felicitated the gathering. Dr. X.Susan Christina, Principal, M.I.E.T. Engineering College delivered the special address.Mr.J.Augustine Abraham, CEO, Space Designers and Constructions, Chennai has delivered lecture on the development and recent trends in construction industry. Further he extended his views on various civil engineering software applications and their importance.Students of Civil Department participated in the program, organized by the Faculty Members of Department of Civil Engineering.

  • ReBar (Reinforcement Bar)

     We have organized a technical seminar on ReBar (Reinforcement Bar) software for structural detailing of bar bending schedule for all reinforced structures. 80 students have attended the program at Training & Placement seminar hall on 11.08.2017. Mr. K. Balan, Operations Manager of International Drafting & Detailing Pvt. Ltd. has delivered the technical lecture on “Reinforcement design and detailing for all concrete structures – using ReBar CAD software” to the final year Civil Engineering Students.The session was very much interactive in nature, where the reinforcement detailing for almost all civil engineering structures was discussed with the help of photographs and videos of real time projects. This program was very much useful for the students to enhance their knowledge in the area of structural detailing.The feedback from the students was requesting our institution to conduct such programs in future.

  • Analysis of Indeterminate Structures

    We have organized a technical seminar on “Analysis of Indeterminate Structures” at seminar hall on 27.09.2017. Dr. S.Vimala, Professor, P.S.N.A College of Engineering, has delivered the technical lecture on “Analysis of Indeterminate Structures” to the third year Civil Engineering Students.The session was very much interested, various methods used to analyse the frames and indeterminate beams were discussed. This program was very much useful for the students to enhance their knowledge in the area of structural Analysis.

Name of the Student

Year

Organized by (Institutions/Industry)

Date

Prizes won
D. LOGANATHAN
III

CHEZHIAN KARATE INTERNATIONALS
24.02.2019
OPEN GRAND CHAMPIONSHIP – RUNNERS UP
N. GYASUDEEN
M. SHAHUL HAMEED
III

M.A.R. COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECH
24.02.2019
PAPER PRESENTATION - III PRIZE
J. ARIVUNITHI
S. SHEIK SHABEER
III

M.A.R. COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECH
24.02.2019
POSTER PRESENTATION – I PRIZE
K. A. MOHAMMED SAHIM
IV

M.A.R. COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECH
24.02.2019
CODE CRACKING – II PRIZE
K. A. MOHAMMED SAHIM
B. NANDHA KUMAR
IV

M.A.R. COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECH
24.02.2019
MODEL MAKING – I PRIZE
M. SHAHUL HAMEED
III

INDRA GANESAN COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
12.03.2019
POTENTIAL PROFESSOR – II PRIZE
J. ARIVUNITHI
III

INDRA GANESAN COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
12.03.2019
PAPER PRESENTATION – III PRIZE
B. NANDHA KUMAR
IV

INDRA GANESAN COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
12.03.2019
CODE CRACKING – II PRIZE
T. MOHAMMED SAIFUDEEN
IV

INDRA GANESAN COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
12.03.2019
CODE CRACKING – III PRIZE
K.MUHAMMED
II

KINGS COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
16.09.2016
CODE CRACKING - II PRIZE
K.MUHAMMED
II

KINGS COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
16.09.2016
MODEL MAKING II PRIZE
K.MUHAMMED
II

VELAMMAL COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
03.09.2016
QUIZZ BUZZ - II PRIZE

Dr. R SARAVANAN
Professor & Head of the Department,
Department of Civil Engineering,
M.I.E.T Engineering College,
Gundur, Trichy-07.
Mail ID: civil.hod@miet.edu