A faculty development program (FDP) attended by Mr.Prashanth M and Manjunath B. was organized by VTU Centre for Post Graduate Studies Muddenhalli, Chikkaballapura ,from 16th January 2018 to 20th January 2018 on “PRDAGOGY TRAINING IN TECHNICAL EDUCATION”
A faculty development program (FDP) attended by Mr.Puneeth T, conducted by The Department of Civil Engineering, Global Academy of Technology, Bengaluru from 30th October 2017 to 1stNovember 2017 on “Seismic Isolation of Buildings.
A faculty development program (FDP) attended by Dr.Vyshali and Kavya M, conducted by The Department of Civil Engineering, Jyothy Institute of Technology, Tataguni, Bengaluru from 16th January 2017 to 21st Januray 2017 on “Application of Remote sensing and GIS in civil Engineering “
A faculty development program (FDP) attended by Arekal Vijay and Swathi M S, conducted by The Department of Civil Engineering, RNS Institute of Technology, Channasandra Bangalore from 29th January 2017 to 1st Feb 2017 on “FINITE ELEMENT METHOD FOR ENGINEERS”.
A faculty development program (FDP) attended by Sushma , conducted by The Department of Civil Engineering, IISc Bengaluru , from 16h January 2017 to 20th Januray 2017 on “Seismic Resistant Design of Masonry and Reinforced Concrete Structures”.
A faculty development program (FDP) Puneeth.T and Anjan Kumar. M. U conducted by The Department of Civil Engineering, BMSIT, Bengaluru , from 23rd January 2017 to 28th Januray 2017 on “Stability of Structures and Applications of FEM”.
|1||26-30 March 2012||Advances in Geographic Information Systems||FDP organized by Dr Vijayalakshmi Akella , HOD, Department of CIVIL and facilitated by Dr S N Sridhara,Dr V Sreedhara , KSRSA
Sun Soft Technologies, BLORE
Mrs.Anuradha S Prakash, ISRO
Mrs.Promodha Hegde, ISRO
Dr Sudha RavindraNath
T.Venkat Rao ,ISRO
Mrs Savitha, KSSEM
K Cube Consultants(Training)
The Fifth Semester BE (Civil Engineering) students have visited construction site near Uttarahalli, Bangalore on 11/10/2018.
The Fifth Semester BE (Civil Engineering) students have visited Torekadanahalli Water Purification Plant on 09/10/2018. The students of the Civil Engineering got knowledge on various water treatment stages.
The Fifth Semester BE (Civil Engineering) students also visited to Shivanasamudra Falls [Gagana Chukki and Bhara Chukki] on 09.10.2018.
Visit – T.K Halli Water treatment Plant & Dayanand Sagara Medical College
The Six Semester BE (Civil Engineering) students have Visited T.K Halli Water treatment Plant and Steel structure Construction at Dayanand Sagara Medical College Kanakapura road Bangalore on 19/4/2018.
The students of the Civil Engineering got knowledge on various water treatment stages and also they have visited teel structure Construction at Dayanand Sagara Medical College Kanakapura road and understand the importance of steel structure over an RCC structure
The students of the Structural Engineering got knowledge on Advanced Materials and sustainable structures,Disaster Mitigation ,Structural Health Monitoring and Special and Multi functional structures.
Model Making Workshop was conducted by CADD Centre Banashankari for the final year B.E Civil Engineering Students on 27/09/2018. Students actively participated and modelled a modular kitchen with one point perspective method.
Quiz competation has conducted to first year second year and third year of civil engineering students by civil engineering department.
MIX DESIGN WORKSHOP on 7th and 8th December 2015
Mix design is the process of selecting suitable ingredients of concrete and determining their relative amounts with the objective of producing a concrete of the required, strength, durability, and workability as economically as possible, is termed the concrete mix design.
Students of 8th semester attended the workshop and were also asked to prepare specimens. Hands-on helped students to understand the design mix concepts easily.
3 day workshop on ETABS Software- (16/03/15-18/03/15) By -Shekar
ETABS (Extended three Dimensional analysis of building structures) -It is the ultimate integrated software package for the structural analysis and design of buildings. CAD drawings can be converted directly into ETABS models or used as templates onto which ETABS objects may be overlaid. Design of steel and concrete frames, composite beams, composite columns, steel joists, and concrete and masonry shear walls is included. Comprehensive and customizable reports are available for all analysis and design output, and schematic construction drawings of framing plans, schedules, details, and cross-sections may be generated for concrete and steel structures.
Hands on training was provided to students. They have simulated various projects during the course of 3 days.
Workshop on Total Station on 27/1/2012 & 28/01/2012
for 4th sem Civil Engineering Students
Students of 3rd semester civil engineering during their vacation underwent “Training program on Total Station for two days i.e., 27/1/12-28/1/12. The workshop comprised of theory, hands on experience and real time execution problems of survey practice. The program was trained by industrial experienced staff for two full days. The students also learned/ trained on data transferring and processing software which added advantage in the training program.
The students were given certificates and the entire program was benefited to the students.
MXRoad Training (16/11/12):
Department of Civil Engg had organized one day workshop on MX ROAD software for the faculties and students. The faculties were trained on developing road modeling using the survey data and also by importing some of the features using Google
Two day workshop on mix design on 18th and 19th September 2013
Workshop on “ Hands on Concrete Mix Proportions” was organized for 2 days i.e. 18th and 19th of September 2013 by the department of civil engineering in co-ordination with “ Ultra Tech” headed by YTVV Prasad and Vyshnavi in which concrete mix proportions for various grades of cement was explained and practically mix was carried out in concrete lab. Students actively participated and made a benefit out of it.
Mr. Thejas C M andMr. Puneeth T, Assistant Professors of Civil Dept, KSSEM attended a seminar on “Going Digital With BIM” on September 15, 2018 at BMS IT&M, Doddaballapur Main Road, Avalahalli, Yelhanka, Bengaluru.
Mr. Puneeth, Assistant Prof. of Civil Dept, KSSEM attended a seminar on “Knowledge Enrichment program on Primavera Risk analysis” held on 28th August 2018 at Synergy, HBR Complex, Jayanagar, Bengaluru.
Seminar on PRE STRESS CONCRETE(C R Alimchandani Memorial Programme at Nimhan’s convention hall on 24/08/2016)
The students of 7th semester attended seminar on Pre stressed concrete at Nimhan’s convention hall which helped them to differentiate post and pre-tensioning concrete elements. The live examples of tendons, anchorages where kept for display and were also explained in the presentation.
Pre stressing is the introduction of a compressive force to the concrete to counteract the stresses that will result from an applied load. There are two methods of introducing pre stressing to a concrete, namely pre tensioning and post tensioning.
Pre tensioning happens before the casting of the concrete. This is done by placing of high tensile steel tendons in a desired profile in which the concrete is to be cast. When the concrete had reached the required strength, the tendons are released to introduce a compressive force to the concrete.
Post tensioning is the process of introducing compressive force to the concrete after the concrete is casted. This is done by placing high tensile steel PC Strand tendons in a desired profile. The tendons are then stressed and locked with anchors. This application introduces compressive force to the concrete and the concrete can achieve its required pre stressed strength.
Post tensioning is getting popular with civil constructions, example are roads, bridges, railways, tunnels, dams, containment tanks, reservoirs, underground constructions, foundations, buildings, industrial facilities, air & sea ports, special structures or any form of pre stressed concrete structures etc.
Seminar on green buildings was held on March, 2016 by Department of civil engineering. The resource persons was Mr. S. Srinivas
The building sector in India is growing at a rapid pace and contributing immensely to the growth of the economy. The green concepts ad techniques in the building sector can help address national issues like water efficiency, energy, and energy efficiency, reduction in fossil fuel use for commuting, handling of consumers waste and conserving natural resources.
Green buildings have tremendous benefits, both tangible and intangible. Most tangible benefits are the reduction in water and energy consumption right from day one of occupancy. Energy savings could range from 20-30% and water savings around 30-50%. The intangible benefit is air quality, excellent day lighting, health and well-being of occupants, safety benefits and conservation of scare national resources.
IGBC Green New Buildings designed for new buildings, both air – conditions and non-air – conditioned buildings. Based on scope of work, projects can choose any of above options.
- Owner –occupied buildings are those wherein 51% or more of buildings built-up area is occupied by owner.
- Tenant-occupied buildings are those wherein 51% or more of building’s built-up area is occupied by tenants.
NABEEL AHMED BAIG has qualified from certified corporate trainer in advance facilitation and behavavioral skills. He trains students and teachers in schools and colleges giving motivational speech which helps them for their personality development. He spoke about life saying-
“Live each day as if your life had just begun.
And Life has two rules:
- Never quit, 2. Always remember rule number 1.
When we come out of Inspirational speech, We felt as if we can conquer the world, that everything is possible, and that good will win out in the end.
Guest lecture on Sardar Sarovar Project by Shri K S Srinivas a chief Engineer and also held charge of director for three years. He served in the project in almost all faces of civil engineering that is design, construction, quality control, contracts etc.
Narmada Dam Project-The Narmada Dam Project first the dams to be built is the Sardar Sarovar. The Narmada River Narmada means „ever-delightful‟, one of the holiest rivers in the country of India“. The Narmada river. It is the largest westward flowing river in India. It is considered to be one of the most important dams in the project and the biggest water development project in India. It Provides safe drinking water to 30 million people , Irrigate 4.8 million hectares of land , Produce 550 megawatts of power , Provide 1,300 cubic-meters of water per year for municipal and industrial purposes , Provide a drainage system to carry away floodwaters ,It will also take the land of 320,000 people. Create new ecosystems e.g. Reservoirs can be built and used economically Large water bodies shall be created as a result of various dams being constructed on the river Narmada & its tributaries.
Arcvil –Civil Forum
Arcvil is a civil forum conducted every year in civil engineering department. This year Arcvil was conducted on 22nd September-2015 where students celebrated teacher’s day and Engineer’s day. Different activities were conducted for students of various semesters and for the staff members of the department.
Teacher’s Day and Engineer’s day Celebration.
Placement Training by T3 Urban developers on 19th March
MD of T3 Urban developers Mr. Lobo, visited our college on 19th of March to address students of Civil Engineering. After the interaction with students they explored the placement opportunities with the company. VIII semester students were present in full strength. The company has given a pre placement talk for the students about the project they undertake in the various places and details about the various projects.
Technical talk by Amarnath on CYPE software – 04/02/2015
It is software that carries out the analysis and design of reinforced concrete and steel structures.The Seminar gave information about the geometry of the structure that can be introduced automatically, provides very complete and precise construction drawings of the structure. It is useful for the analysis, design and estimation including detailing. Even the drawing and drafting can be done using this software; it is the specialty of “Cype”.
Students of 6th semester interacted with the resource person and they felt it was very informative and helpful.
Seminar on Drafting Software by CADD-CENTRE-28/04/2011
The CADD-Centre, Bangalore gave a presentation on “Introduction to Drafting Software” for our students on 28/4/2011. This programme was organized under the banner of “ARCVIL”, Forum of Civil Engineering Students of KSGI (KSSEM).
The students were exposed to CADD tools including RIVET software and case studies related to civil engineering were demonstrated.
The students interacted with the resource persons and got exposed to the drafting application and usefulness of drafting software.
Guest lecture by Dr. Manamohan R Kalgal on 07/09/2011
Department of Civil Engineering has organized a guest lecture by Dr. Manamohan R Kalgal , VP in Aditya Birla group. DrKalgal served as Professor at MSRIT from 1980 to 2003 and now heading ULTRA CWMWNTS, GRASIM. Having vast knowledge both in academic and industry, Dr. Kalgal gave a glimpse of present civil engineering practices and view of modern construction methods to the students.
The entire lecture was informative and the students interacted with the guest lecture.
Guest lecture by Sunsoft Technologies Inc. on 04/11/2011
Department of Civil Engineering has organized a guest lecture on “The Geographical Information System” (GIS) industry is undergoing significant and far reaching changes. GIS industry growth is being driven by rapidly spreading use of mapping and spatial data technology in brand new disciplines by customers representing new industries markets and applications. At the same time, traditional GIS user organizations are averaging their investments through integration and departmental information systems.
GIS is emerging as one of the most powerful information inputs in areas water management, Telecommunication, Town planning, Urban development, Information center, Tourism Department, Transportation Networks etc.
The students were exposed to the above new tends of GPS & GIS and the entire lecture was informative and the students interacted with the guest lecture.
Guest Lecture (Civil Department) (19/10/2012):
Nagesh Ramurthy of A.N.P project Management Consultants enlightened the students about Project Management Context. He also told the students how a project should be handled and in what way it should be handled for the successful completion of it. He also spoke to them about the managing techniques and the problems which will arrive during the execution of the project which can be from public, environment, economical, technological, socio-cultural and legal and how to deal with it. Management Techniques included both human resource and material resources and financial management.
National seminar on green buildings on August 28th 2013
National seminar on green buildings was held on August 28th 2013 by Department of civil engineering. The resource persons were Mr.S.Srinivas, Mr.Sampath, Mr.Sateesh from Indian Green Building council (IGBC) Hyderbad.
The seminar covered Green Building case study, different models in green building documentation. Delegates were given exercise on documentation in the later part of the session.
Various delegates from Yellama Dasappa Institute of Technology, Dayananda Sagar Academy of Technology and Management, Acharya Institute of Technology and our students and faculty participated enthustically.
Technical talk by a resource person from ‘ Fosroc Chemical Industries ’ Bangalore.
Shiva Prakash .G from ‘Fosroc Chemical Industries’ delivered a lectures on chemical admixtures on 26th feb. for our 8th sem and M.tech students. It helped our students to gain an insight into the process of understanding the properties of different kinds of admixtures and their suitability for practical applications.
The following students from Civil Engineering VII semester has been shortlisted for Racks and Rollers Placement consultancy. The students had successfully completed the formalities with outstanding performance.
1. Malashree .M.N
2. Sharmitha .R. Chavan
3. Anusha V.N
By: Dr.Mangala Keshav – 11/8/2014
Dr.Mangala Keshav, Associate professor, BMS college of Engineering presented a technical seminar on “Experimental setup using Loading Frame” held on 11/08/2014 at Kalidasa seminar hall. Experimental Investigations on beams, walls, vertical loads and horizontal loads for wallets, prisms and triplets were discussed. Complications involved in the setup were explained.
Audience included post graduate students and faculties.
Civil simplified a division of skyfy education labs has conducted a workshop on seismic design of buildings for 6th semester students at KSSEM on 5th April, 2014. 29 students were trained, 10 students participated in and around Bangalore and also from Anantapur . Hands on training on modelling and analysis for multi-storied structure were given.
CADD Centre – 26/08/2014
The world largest CAD training network ‘ENGINEERIA’-The definite nationwide quiz contest that tests knowledge on engineering including its past and future.
‘Engineeria’-Finding emerging engineers conducted “Play and Win contest” largest engineering quiz competition on 26/08/2014 for III and IV year Civil Engineering undergraduates, winners of the quiz competition will be shortlisted and will participate in the 2nd round.
By: Srinivas Ammanabrolu – 02/9/2014
Mr.Srinivas Ammanabrolu, Vice president, Living Walls presented technical seminar on the “Emerging Construction Technologies and Problems” in the construction faced in all the interdisciplinary projects were discussed. The various stages of construction like Structural components, Architectural components, Firefighting, Thermo Acoustics etc. were explained.
PROJECT POSTER PRESENTATION
Poster Presentation program was held on 4th May 2018 for UG and PG final semester students. Posters depict a clear view about the project work and also give scope for future work. Poster Presentation display minimum words, graphs, charts, table as a tool for communicating ideas which makes it colorful and presentable.
The best project was awarded by the reviewer Dr. RAJEEVA after the presentation for UG and PG projects.
PROJECT POSTER PRESENTATION
Poster Presentation program was held on 22nd April 2016 for UG and PG final semester students. Posters depict a clear view about the project work and also give scope for future work. Poster Presentation display minimum words, graphs, charts, table as a tool for communicating ideas which makes it colorful and presentable.
The best project was awarded by the reviewer Dr. Vishwanath after the presentation for UG and PG projects.
Model Making by Final Year Students(VII sem)
The final year students very actively participated in model making. With their great effort and dedication the students prepared the beautiful models. The models were exhibited during the inauguration function of I semester BE held on 02 August 2015. The parents and students in large number made the event successful and effort of the students were greatly appreciated.
BUILDING MODEL AND REINFORCEMENT DETAILS
Poster Presentation programe was held on 14th may 2015 at Auditorium. PG and UG students of final semester’s displayed and explained their project work in the form of posters. Posters give a clear idea about the project and also gives guidance for the lower semester’s which helps them to choose topics for their future project work. The best poster was awarded by the reviewer after the presentation.
Students of 5th and 3rd Semester Civil, were asked to make miniature models imitating any structure and prepare informative charts in various fields. Few students were too good not only in imitating existing structure but also in creating their own miniatures keeping the working concepts alive. The models were neat, precise and to scale, it looked as if the original structures which we see daily had become small and was lying in front of us. And the charts had more information and understandable which enlightened anyone who read. This helped the students to gather additional information and also brought their hidden talent out.
These models were exhibited on 1st year inauguration programme and students got appreciation from parents as well as teachers.
Few Models which was done by students are
Traffic Survey by 5thsem Students on 27/09/2012
Students of 5th semester Civil, conducted a Traffic Survey at KSIT – Kanakapura Road Junction as the traffic jam was a menace for travellers during College commencing and Closing Hours. As though it was not in academics students was taught how to survey, analyse, find the traffic volume and the solutions to reduce Traffic Jam. Students Actively participated in the project and got ideas how to deal with problems and find solutions regarding TRAFFIC JAM.