Civil Engineering

Civil Engineering is the field of engineering science related to design, construction and maintenance of Buildings, Dams, Bridges, Tunnels, Highways and other structures by the use of physical laws, Mathematical equation and theories of various applied sciences.

The civil engineering branch is concerned with the design, construction & maintenance of the surrounding containing physical and naturally built environment. The Department of Civil Engineering at GGS College of Modern Technology, Kharar was established in the year 2002. The Department offers a four-year course leading to the Bachelor’s Degree in Civil. Since its inception the Department has been imparting high quality education at Undergraduate level. In total there is intake of 60 seats for regular students and 12 seats for lateral entry students. 

In the modernistic world where the construction demand of human is increasing day by day, the need of the civil field is also spreading its wings. A huge number of students are making their career in this field successfully. Being the Best Civil Engineering College in Punjab, we offer specialized knowledge ranging from Geotechnical Engineering for Structural Engineering. Teaching methodology at Department of Civil Engineering ensures a perfect balance of theory and practical learning throughout the four years of course and three year course (lateral Entry).

The faculty of the Civil Engineering department continues to strive loftier by exploring new frontiers of knowledge, imparting the latest technical knowledge regarding latest technologies used in construction to the students and conducting high quality of research. Faculty members also give technical knowledge to students on life engineering problems and arrange workshops, guest lecture from an expert. The department also encourages its students to engage in extra-curricular and co-curricular activities, essential for development, nurturing of team spirit, and developing organizational skills. Our college also taking initiative to provide soft skills to students, which help them crack the interview with top most companies.

India is developing country so there is a great scope and opportunities for civil engineering students in the present and future as India is opening its purse strings for several infrastructural works more liberal than ever before. To be a part of making of new and developed India, we here at GGSCMT, Kharar, have taken every care and effort to impart quality education to our students by setting up ultra-modern laboratories, providing them latest software’s in civil engineering and best teaching so that they remain at par.

I extend my warm wishes to Civil Engineering students of the institute.

– Kamal Jit

Name of Lab
Concrete Lab
Environment Engineering Lab
Surveying Lab
Geotechnical Engineering Lab
Transportation Engineering Lab
Structure Analysis Lab
Fluid Mechanics Lab
Strength of Materials Lab
Computer Aided Structural Drawing

EFFECTS OF SILICA FUME ON CEMENT CONCRETE

OBJECTIVE:
1.To check the effects of Silica Fume on Workability
2.To check the effects of Silica Fume on Compressive Strength
3.To check the effects of Silica Fume on Split Tensile Strength

CONCLUSIONS:
Consistency of cement depends upon its fineness.Silica fume is having greater fineness than cement and greater surface area so the consistency increases greatly, when silica fume percentage increases. The normal consistency increases about 40% when silica fume percentage increases from 0% to 20%. The optimum 7 and 28-day compressive strength and flexural strength have been obtained in the range of 10-15 % silica fume replacement level.Increase in split tensile strength beyond 10 % silica fume replacement is almost insignificant whereas gain in flexural tensile strength have occurred even up to 15 % replacements. Silica fume seems to have a more pronounced effect on the flexural strength than the split tensile strength. When compared to other mix the loss in weight and compressive strength percentage was found to be reduced by 2.23 and 7.69 when the cement was replaced by 10% of Silica fume.

EXPERIMENTAL STUDY ON SOIL STABLIZATION USING JUTE FIBRES

OBJECTIVE:
1. To Study the jute fibre.
2. To find the results on use of jute fibre for soil reinforcement.
3. To compare results with together use of fibres and separate use.
4 To study stress strain relationship properly which has not been properly done yet.
5 To study the shear strength of soil due to use of various percentages of jute fibre.

CONCLUSIONS:

Based on present investigation it is concluded that CBR value of soil increases with the inclusion of jute fibre. When the jute fibre content is increased, the CBR value of soil further increases and this increases is remarkable at fibre content of 0.75%. while the OMC is remarkable at 0.75% and 1%.

EXPERIMENTAL STUDY ON STRENGTH PARAMETERS OF PRE-STRESSED CONCRETE

OBJECTIVE:
1. To study the parameters about the pre-stress concrete and reinforcement cement concrete
2. To find the compressive strength of pre-stressed concrete beam with reinforcement.
3. To find the compressive strength after 7days & 28 days for both reinforcement concrete beam and pre-stressed concrete beam with reinforcement
4. To do different types of tests on concrete material.

CONCLUSIONS:
1. Compressive strength of both beam which is made of pre-stressed concrete with steel reinforced and simple reinforced beam is found out.

2. Compression tests was done both concrete beams at the age of 7 days and 28 days. Pre-stressed concrete with reinforcement give more strength as compare to simple RCC beam.When we compare pre stressed concrete with reinforcement to normal reinforcement concrete the strength of pre-stressed concrete is increased around 55% after 7 days and 35% after 28 days.

3. The use of high strength concrete results in a reduction in the cross sectional dimensions of pre-stressed concrete structural elements, with reduced dead load of the materials, large spans become technically practicable.

S.No.NameDesignationEmail-id Phone No
1Kamal JitHOD Civilerkamal34@gmail.com9915485771
2Shilpa ChouhanHOD APSchouhanshilpa3@gmail.com7018167251
3Shivani ThakurAssistant Professorshivanithakur672@gmail.com8988238190
4Indu ChandelAssistant Professorinduchandel96@gmail.com9915795310
5Ankaj KumarAssistant Professorankaj348@gmail.com7009158918

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