Civil Engineering Department

About Us

The Civil engineering department has been in existence since the establishment of this institute. The department has an excellent infrastructure and is AICTE approved and accredited by the national board of accreditation. It is traditionally broken into several sub-sections including Environmental Engineering, Geo technical Engineering, Structural Engineering, Transportation Engineering, Water Resources Engineering, Materials Engineering, Hydraulics and Fluid Mechanics, Surveying, and Construction Engineering.

Apart from the undergraduate course, postgraduate courses offered in construction management and structural engineering. The department is approved by university of Mumbai for the Ph. D. program with an intake capacity of 45. About 30 number of student are pursuing Doctoral program.

In addition, the department is selected as a QIP Center by the AICTE. Under this scheme department can register two full time research scholar per year and AICTE will provide full financial assistant-ship for three years. Also, department is actively involved in conduction of number of short term courses in the area of Civil Engineering.

Dynamic Lab

This Dynamics laboratory is an important laboratory in the Department, which will help students to develop better understanding of the dynamic characteristics of structures and structural members. Related research and education are focused on vibration, structural dynamics and protection of structural systems from earthquake hazards through use of different devices. This laboratory will also help in instrumentation and monitoring of large-scale structures for serviceability evaluation including monitoring of ambient vibration.

Facilities available: Shake Table with 1 Ton capacity Electro-dynamic shaker, Vibration sensors, Four channel charge amplifier, ‘OROS’ 8 channel vibration recorder and analyzer, ‘System 7000’ 24 channel data acquisition system for dynamic strain and deflection measurements, long distance laser based static and dynamic displacement measuring system etc.

Lab In charge: Dr. M. M. Murudi

Sr. Technical Assistant: Mr. S. S. Bhave
Area: 85.71 M2

List of Experiments:
1. Natural frequency measurements of different models
2. Study of mode shapes of different models
3. Shake table experiments
4. Damping of different materials

Applied Mechanics

Applied Mechanics Laboratory is meant for providing students the opportunity to perform experiments and verify laws of mechanics and also to understand the application of the theory covered in course of mechanics. It will also help in visualizing basic forces and mechanisms involved in engineering design.

Facilities available: Simply supported Beam, Bell crank apparatus, Jib crane apparatus, Friction plane apparatus, Polygon of forces apparatus, spring balances, Different weights etc.

Lab. In-charge : Prof. A.A. Bage

Lab. Assistant: Mr. P. G. Manjrekar
Area: 67.78 M2

List of Experiments
1. Reactions on Simply supported Beam
2. Polygon law of forces
3. Simple Jib Crane
4. Equilibrium of co-planer, non-concurrent and non-parallel force system
5. Bell Crank Lever experiment
6. Coefficient of friction using friction plane method
7. Coefficient of friction using angle repose method

Concrete Technology

For buildings and civil engineering structures of all kinds, concrete is the most widely used construction material in the world. This laboratory is meant for students to learn techniques in preparation of concrete, studying its ingredients and properties. This laboratory also offers solutions to construction industry in the areas of concrete technology and Non Destructive Testing for quality related issues.

Facilities available: 200 T Compression Testing Machine, 200T Automatic compression Testing Machine, Mortar mixing machine, Mortar vibrators, Flow table, Vicat apparatus, VB compacting machine, Weighing balances, Curing tank, Table vibrator, Accelerated curing Tank, UPV measuring instrument, Digital Test Hammers etc.

Lab. In-charge : Prof. A.A.Bage
Lab. Assistant: Mr. P. G. Manjrekar
Area: 69.99 M2

List of Experiments:
1. Physical Properties of Cement
2. Properties of Fine and Coarse aggregates
3. Effect of water cement ratio on workability of concrete
4. Effect of water cement ratio on strength of concrete
5. Split tensile strength of concrete cylinder
6. Flexural strength of hardened concrete
7. Effect of admixtures on concrete
8. Mix design of concrete
9. NDT Rebound Hammer test

Environmental Engineering Lab

General
The primary objective of this lab is to demonstrate environmental engineering testing procedures for the subjects of Environmental Engineering I and II and for the electives such as solid waste management and Industrial waste water treatment. This lab is continuously upgraded with the latest environmental equipments. It covers the four major pollution areas: air, wastewater and water and solid waste management. Students contribute through various undergraduate and postgraduate projects in the lab. Various models of water filtration and aeration tanks are available in the lab.

Facilities available:
Various equipment to measure air, water, soil and wastewater quality and analysis are available in the laboratory. Some of them are as follows:

AAS (Shimadzu) UV Vis Spectrophotometer (Shimadzu) COD Reactors (Hach)
Noise Level Meters Turbidimeter (Hach) Jar test Apparatus (Amit Enterprise)
Personal samplers(Simplex) High volume sampler(Poltech) Stack sampling (Poltech)
DO/pH Probe(Hach) pH meter DI water Unit (Millipore)
Visible Spectrophotometer

Laboratory Incharge :
(i) Dr. Hansa Jeswani
(ii) Prof. Snehajit Kumbhar

 List of Experiments
Environmental Engineering I
1. Determination of pH in water.
2. Determination of Hardness of water.
3. Determination of Turbidity of water.
4. Determination of Optimum dose of coagulant by using Jar Test Apparatus.
5. Determination of Residual chlorine from water
6. Determination of Most probable number
7. Solid waste: Determination of pH
8. Solid waste: Determination of moisture content
9. Solid Waste : Organic content of solid waste
10. Measurement of Noise Level
Environmental Engineering II
Wastewater experiments
1. Determination of pH of sewage
2. Determination of Chlorides
3. Solids: Suspended solids, dissolved solids, total solids, volatile solids
4. Determination of Dissolved oxygen
5. Determination of Chemical oxygen demand(COD) of sewage sample
6. Determination of Biochemical oxygen demand(BOD) of sewage sample
7. To find Sludge volume index (SVI) of sewage sample
8. To find Sulfate in wastewater sample
Air Pollution Experiments
1. Air : To find PM 10 and PM 2.5 in ambient air
2. Air : To find NOx and SOx level in ambient air

Geotechnical Lab

Geotechnical engineering is an area of civil engineering concerned with the rock and soil that civil engineering systems are supported by Knowledge from the fields of geology, material science and testing, mechanics, and hydraulics are applied by geotechnical engineers to safely and economically design foundations, retaining walls, and similar structures.

Geotechnical engineering Laboratory is one of the pioneer laboratories in Maharashtra for all Geo-technical testing and consultancy works. Various works related to Geo-technical and foundation investigations are carried out in this laboratory. This laboratory can be very useful for experiments related to soil for pavement subgrade, subbase etc. Following are the major equipment available in this laboratory.

Facilities available:
(i) Triaxial Test Equipment
(ii) Load Actuator
(iii) Consolidation test set up
(iv) Rock Cutting Machine

Laboratory Incharge :
(i) Prof. Prajakta Mukadam

(ii) Prof. Kshitija Nadgouda
Lab asst.
(i) Shankar Pujari

Hydraulics and Fluid Mech Lab

Hydraulic Engineering is the application of fluid mechanics principles to problems dealing with the collection, storage, control, transport, regulation, measurement and use of water. The hydraulic engineer actually develops conceptual design for the various features which interact with water such as spillways and outlet works for the dams, culverts for highways, canals and related structures for irrigation projects, and cooling water facilities for the thermal power plants. Hydraulic engineering as a sub-discipline of Civil Engineering is concerned with the flow and conveyance of fluids, principally water and sewage. Civil Engineers play a vital role in the optimal planning, design and operation of water resources systems. Keeping the applications of hydraulic engineering in mind the laboratory is setup. The Primary objective of this laboratory is to demonstrate Hydraulics Engineering related testing procedures for the courses of Fluid mechanics, Hydraulics Engineering-I & II.

General
Laboratory Incharge :
(i) Dr. A. R. Kambekar
(ii) Dr. S.J. Kumbhar

Lab asst.
(i) Shri. Nagin Solanki

List of Experiments

HYDRAULIC Engineering-I & II:

List of experiment (At least six to be performed )
1) Reynolds experiment
2) Friction loss through pipe
3) Laminar flow through pipe
4) Minor losses
5) Impact of jet
6) Performance of centrifugal pump
7) Performance of pelton wheel
8) Performance of Francis turbine
9) Hydraulic ram.
10) Chezys constant
11) Study of gradually varied flow
12) Hydraulic jump
13) Venturiflume, standing wave flume
14) Velocity distribution in circular pipe
15) Establishment of flow
16) Boundary layer
17) Study in wind tunnel

Strength of Material and Material Testing

Strength of materials is the physical science that looks at the behaviour of a body to movement and deformation due to mechanical, thermal and other loads. Materials testing and materials characterization can help to determine the best material for our application. This strength of materials and material testing laboratory offers facilities for testing building materials for their strength, behavior and suitability for various applications.

Facilities available :

100 T Universal Testing Machine, 40T Universal Testing Machine, Impact Testing machine, Hardness testing machines, Torsion testing machine, Abrasion testing machine, Temperature controlled Oven, 40 T Capacity loading frame, 30T capacity hydraulic jack, 30 channel strain measuring equipment, Deflection measuring and crack width measuring sensors, EL sensors for tilt measurement, Dial gauges, Proving rings etc.

Lab. In-charge : Dr. A. A.Bage
Lab. Assistant: Mr. P. G. Manjrekar
Area: 150.4 M2

List of Experiments:
Strength of Materials:
1. Tension Test in mild steel, HYSD bars and TOR steel
2. Shear test on mild steel, copper and Brass samples
3. Hardness Test on mild steel, copper and Brass samples
4. Torsion test on mild steel and cast iron samples
5. Flexure test on cast iron and steel samples
6. Deflection test on beams of different materials
7. Impact Test (Charpy)
8. Impact Test (Izod)

Surveying

Surveying has existed throughout much of our history. In ancient Egypt, when the Nile River overflowed its banks and washed out farm boundaries, the boundaries were recreated by surveyors using simple geometry. The construction of many of the pyramids, including the Great Pyramids of Giza, built c. 2700 BC, show us that the Egyptians' have always used surveying very efficiently. It has been very important in the development of the human environment since the beginning of recorded history and it is a requirement planning of nearly every form of construction. It’s most common uses are in the fields of transport, building and construction, communications, mapping, and the making of legal boundaries for land ownership. Surveying is the technique and science of accurately finding out the position of points and the distances and angles between them. A person who does the surveying is called a surveyor. In order to find the information they need, surveyors use geometry, engineering, trigonometry, mathematics, physics, and law.

The tools used by surveyors have evolved tremendously. Engineering, especially civil engineering, depends heavily on surveyors. Whenever there are roads, railways, reservoir, dams, pipeline transports retaining walls, bridges or residential areas to be built, surveyors are involved. They establish the boundaries of legal descriptions and the boundaries of various lines of political divisions. They also provide advice and data for geographical information systems (GIS), computer databases that contain data on land features and boundaries. In addition, they must be able to use delicate instruments with accuracy and precision.

With respect to above importance of surveying in construction field, our survey lab is kept well equipped with latest instruments. This particular instrument can be used for conducting survey project of road, railway, bridges or buildings.

  1. I) Facility Available:
    Total station
    • 20" theodolite
    • Auto level
    • Dumpy level
  2. II) Laboratory Incharge:
    Dr. A.N.Ghadge
  3. II) Lab Assistant:
    Shri. Prakash Pujari
    • Shri.Gundekar

List of Practical

Surveying I

  1. Chaining , ranging and offsetting
  2. To find internal angles of a polygon with a prismatic and a surveyor compass.
  3. Level simple and compound leveling, booking methods, practice on levels Dumpy, Tilting and Auto levels.
  4. Measurement of Horizontal angles by Repetition method
  5. Measurement of Horizontal angles by Reiteration method
  6. Measurement of Bearing of line using theodolite
  7. Measurement of vertical angle using theodolite
  8. Use of digital planimeter for measuring area of irregular figures
  9. Plane table survey by Radiation method

Surveying II

  1. Determination of Tacheometric constants.
  2. Height and distance calculation using tacheometric formulae.
  3. To set out circular curves by linear method ( offset from tangent and from long chord)
  4. To set out circular curve by angular method ( Rankine’s and two theodolite method)
  5. Determination of RL and horizontal distance of object by one plane method.
  6. Determination of RL and horizontal distance by of object by two plane method.
  7. Setting out a simple foundation plan in the field
  8. Study of modern surveying instruments

Project Work

Surveying - I

  1. Locating a structure by theodolite traversing & plane table traversing

Surveying - II

  1. Profile levelling & cross-section levelling for 1Km alignment
  2. Block contouring
  3. Tacheometric surveying

Transportation Lab

Transportation engineering is the application of technology and scientific principles to the planning, functional design, operation and management of facilities for any mode of transportation in order to provide for the safe, efficient, rapid, comfortable, convenient, economical, and environmentally compatible movement of people and goods transport. It is a sub-discipline of civil engineering. Transportation engineering is a major component of the civil engineering.

The planning aspects of transport engineering relate to urban planning, and involve technical forecasting decisions and political factors. Technical forecasting of passenger travel usually involves an urban transportation planning model, requiring the estimation of trip generation (how many trips for what purpose), trip distribution (destination choice, where is the traveler going), and route assignment (which streets or routes are being used).

Transportation engineering, as practiced by civil engineers, primarily involves planning, design, construction, maintenance, and operation of transportation facilities. The facilities support air, highway, railroad, pipeline, water, and even space transportation. The design aspects of transport engineering include the sizing of transportation facilities (how many lanes or how much capacity the facility has), determining the materials and thickness used in pavement designing the geometry (vertical and horizontal alignment) of the roadway (or track).

Operations and management involve traffic engineering, so that vehicles move smoothly on the road or track. Older techniques include signs, signals, markings, and tolling. Newer technologies involve intelligent transportation systems, including advanced traveler information systems (such as variable message signs), advanced traffic control systems (such as ramp meters), and vehicle infrastructure integration. Human factors are an aspect of transport engineering, particularly concerning driver-vehicle interface and user interface of road signs, signals, and markings.

Major equipments and software’s available:
All major equipment related with highway material testing is available in this laboratory. Some of the essential equipment for highway material testing available in this laboratory are as follows:

  1. Aggregate Impact testing machine
  2. Los Angeles Abrasion machine
  3. Sieves and Sieve Shaker
  4. Aggregate Crushing Machine
  5. Bitumen extraction machine
  6. Marshall Stability apparatus
  7. Ductility machine
  8. Ring and Ball apparatus
  9. Penetrometer
  10. Hot air Oven
  11. Benkelman beam
  12. Bitumen Stripping apparatus
  13. Bitumen Heating apparatus
  14. Equipment for measuring density and Unit weight of aggregate
  15. Water bath
  16. Surface moisture density Gauge
  17. Portable falling weight deflectometer
  18. Laboratory CBR apparatus
  19. Wheel Barrow
  20. Triaxial Testing Machine

Software available in the Department
* TRANSCAD – Transport Planing software in GIS
* CUBE VOYGER – Transport Planing
* MX ROAD – Highway Geometric Design
* SATURN Modeling Suite – Traffic Simulation and Assignment
* HDM – 4 – Highway Development, Maintenance Management and Economic Analysis.
* TRANSYT – 7 – Signal Design and Co-ordination.
* Civil Cad with Road
* ABAQUS
* ANSYS

Laboratory Incharge :
(i) Dr. P. P. Nagrale
(ii). Prof. Shailja Bhansal

Lab asst.
(i) Prakash Pujari
(ii) Popat Bhangre

List of Experiments:
Test on Aggregate
1.Shape test
2. Impact test
3. Abrasion test
4. Crushing test

List of Practical:

  1. Determination of aggregate Impact value
  2. Determination of los Angeles Abrasion value
  3. Determination of fineness modulus of coarse aggregate & fine aggregate
  4. Determination of aggregate crushing value
  5. Soundness test on aggregate
  6. Determination of specific gravity & water absorption
  7. Determination of Flakiness Index
  8. Determination of Elongation Index
  9. Stripping test on aggregate
  10. Extraction of bitumen using centrifuge extractor
  11. Ductility Test on Bitumen
  12. Determination of penetration value of bitumen
  13. Softening point test on Bitumen
  14. Viscosity test on Bitumen material
  15. Bituminous mix design by marshal stability method
  16. Design of overlay using Benkelman Beam

Test on Bitumen
1. Penetration test
2. Ductility test
3. Softening point test
4. Viscosity test

Test on Bitumenous mix
1. Marshal stability test

Computer Centre

Facilities available:

Number of Computer Terminals: 80 Computers in computer centre
Number of Terminals on LAN/WAN: 80
Supporting Software: Windows NT, Windows 98, MS office 2000. Institute has ordered various other softwares under recent modernization program.
Peripherals: Each computer is supplied with mouse, Key boards and other necessary accessories. Other peripherals are: CD writers 2, Printers – 8, Laser printer 1

Laboratory In charge:

(i) Dr. Hansa Jeswani
(ii) Prof. Snehajit Kumbhar

Lab Assistant

(i) Prakash Pujari

Engineering Geology Lab

The Engineering Geology lab is a significant laboratory in the Department of Civil. The main objective of this lab is to make aware the students about the different geological processes and agents modifying the earth’s surface, mineralogical and petrological characteristics of the rocks, Geological history of therocks through the different Rock types and Geological Models available in the laboratory. In turn it will help students to understand the geological considerations while selecting sites for dams, reservoirs, tunnels and other civil structures.

Facilities available

Various types of Igneous, Sedimentary, and Metamorphic Rocks, different kinds of Mineral hand specimens, Ore Minerals, Mohs Scale of Hardness to measure the hardness of the Minerals, Varieties of Geological Structure models.

List of Experiments:

  1. Study of physical properties of the minerals
  2. Megascopic identification of rock forming minerals
  3. Megascopic identification of ore forming minerals
  4. Megascopic identification of Igneous rocks, Sedimentary Rocks, Metamorphic Rocks
  5. Study of Structural geological maps
  6. Study of core samples, percentage recovery, RQD, core logging and engineering problem based on field data collected during site investigation.

GeoInformatics Laboratory

T.Y.BTECH - V Semester

Course: DEVELOPMENT ENGINEERING

  1. Understanding installation of GIS software: GRAM++ and ArcGIS and getting familiarized with GIS menu and Tools.
  2. Map Projections and Map digitization.
  3. Georeferencing.
  4. Creating Vector and Creating Raster data / data layers.
  5. Creating attribute table.
  6. Measurements; length and area.
  7. Data viewing based on Single Symbol, Graduated Symbol.
  8. Data viewing on Continuous color and unique value.
  9. Labeling the features.
  10. Selection tool and Geo-processing tool (Buffer, Clip, intersect and difference).
  11. Coordinate capture – to save in notepad.
  12. Joining layers based on common field.
  13. Data conversion (raster to vector), polygon to polyline.
  14. Add Graphic overlay to a vector layer.
  15. Import and export data and Map Layout.

Project Work:

  1. Planning and designing of a model town / city by using AutoCad and/ or GIS software - The project will be carried out in groups. Each group should have maximum five students. The students should submit the final report with the master plan of the model town/city.
  1. Visit to a village or small town - The project will be carried out in groups. Each group should have minimum five and maximum ten students. The students should Identify the problem faced by the villagers pertaining to various sectors or existing schemes; define the need, method, tools and techniques for development; deliver technology based solution. The students should submit the final report based on the work.

Equipments Purchased (under TEQIP)

Sr. No. Name of the Equipment Important Technical specifications Equipment useful for Photograph
1 GRAM++ Software GRAM++ Software GIS and RS Lab GRAM++ Software
2 Shredder seed Money Shredder seed Money CED Shredder seed Money
3 up gradation of Arc-GIS (Nov 2016) up gradation of Arc-GIS (Nov 2016) GIS and RS Lab up gradation of Arc-GIS (Nov 2016)
4 Ductility Testing Apparatus Water bath of 10 Liter capacity with a perforated shelf for a thermostat controller for heater.  Standard rate of travel of 1  cm per minute and 5 cm per  min Carry out the ductility tests on bitumenous materials
5 Portable Skid Ressitance tester portable device with std. specification Scientific measurement of slip or skid potential of any surface.
6 Electronic Balance (PO No. 162) Least count of 5 mg; capacity 25 kg Measuring instrumentfor determining theweightormassof an object.
7 PRIMAVERA Software (10 User licences) Primavera P6 EPPM, upgrade Release 8.2 dashboards for monitoring and analyzing performance data, including geospatial analysis measure progress, assure governance, improve team collaboration and prioritize project investments and resources.
8 MS PROJECT Softeware (10 User licences) IA-32 x64 .NET Framework 3.5 or later Microsoft Project can be used in a variety of industries including construction, manufacturing, pharmaceuticals, government, retail, financial services and health care.
9 Triaxial Testing Apparatus for Rocks with Hoek cell and other accessories Axial Loading Machine (Compression Machine), Capactiy-2000kN, High Pressure Triaxial Cell, High Pressure Controller (Dead weight type), Microprocessor based Electronic Digital Display unit with Software Triaxial load test on rocks
10 California Bearing Ratio (CBR) Testing Apparatus Motorised Load Frame of 50kN Capacity, A mould of 150 mm x 175 mm high with clamping lugs with extension collar and perforated base plate made of Mild Steel, Cutting collar, Penetration piston of 50 mm diameter, Circular spacing disc, Surcharge weights, Proving Right and dial guage, Rammers – 2.6 kg and 4.89 kg Determine CBR of soil to estimate suitability of soil as subgrade material for pavements
11 Sieve Shaker Inclined sieve table for seven sieves of 150 mm or 200 mm diameter, Adjustable top clamping platge to hold sieves gyratory motion in addition to tapping action wired for – 220 V, 50 Hz, single phase supply To determine grain size distribution of soil
12 Automatic soil compactor Diameter of the rammer – 50mm, Weight of the rammer – 2.60 kg for light compaction and 4.89 for heavy compaction, Height of fall of rammer – 310 mm & 450 mm wired for – 200 volts, single Phase, 50 Hz supply To conduct Standard and Modified  Proctor test for determining optimum moisture content and maximum dry density of soil
13 Oasys Frew and Greta -Software Perpetual Single user Standalone licensesof Oasys Frew and Greta To analyze and design gravity retaining walls and flexible sheet pile walls
14 Noise level meter Noise level meter 30 to 130 dB in 5 To measure sound pressure level & studies for quantification of different kinds of noise from different sources
15 Visible Spectro- photometer Visible Spectro- photometer  7nm Single beam diode  array Measurement of transmittance or reflectance of solutions.
16 DO/pH Probe DO/pH Probe 0 to 18 mg/L with least count of 0.1mg/L to determine if pH solution is acidic or basic
17 DI water unit automated ozone injection system with •Integrated oxygen generator,•Onboard PLC controller and •Integrated skid water purification technology
18 Closed reflux COD reactor Temperature – 150 0C, time – 2hrs with automatic timer and the vials included Indirectly measure the amount oforganic compoundsinwater.
19 Software ArcGIS: ArcGIS MASTER lab kit, 3 USERS creating and using maps; compiling geographic data; analyzing mapped information; sharing and discovering geographic information; using maps and geographic information in a range of applications
20 Electronic Balance Least count of 0.1 mg Digital display 01 100000.00 Measuring instrumentfor determining theweightormassof an object.
21 Global Water Educational Software 1.SewerCAD -1 2.WaterCAD-1 To plan, design, and analyze their wastewater collection systems.
22 Desktop Computers (Quantity 15) Intel core i 5 Gen 3470 processor, 4 GB PC3 10600 1333 Mhz SDRAM, 500 GB HDD/ DVD W,18.5 Monitor Handling software’s & departmental activities for post graduate students
23 Computers (Quantity 56) Intel core i 7 chipset intel Q 67 chipset 8 GB DDR3 SD RAM at 1333 MHZ high end video & sound card ,500 GB HDD/ DVD +/- RW Monitor 19 inch wide, USB optimal mouse. Handling software’s & departmental activities for post graduate students
24 Colour Printers (Quantity 06) DeskJet printout purpose

Vision

To build a reputed department that will produce competent, committed and socially responsible professionals.

Mission

  • To impart knowledge in civil engineering and allied fields through a dynamic curriculum.
  • To promote commitment towards excellence.
  • To create awareness about and encourage socially responsible civil engineering practices.
  • Research Supervisors approved by University of Mumbai

    Sr. No. Ph.D. Guides Initials Areas of Research
    1 Dr. P. H. Sawant PHS
    2 Dr. M. M. Murudi MMM
    3 Dr. Prashant P. Nagrale PPN
    4 Dr. A. A. Bage RBB
    5 Dr. A. A.R. Kambekar ARK
    6 Dr. S. Hariharan SH
    7 Dr. S. K. Ukarande SKU
    8 Dr. Hansa Jeswani HSJ

    Ph.D. STUDENTS 2011-12

    Sr. No. Name of The Candidate Date of Admission in SPCE Registration Number and Date Title of the Thesis Name of the Supervisor Remark
    1 S. Hariharan 30/3/ 2010 30/03/2010
    Reg.No. : 25
    Development of Risk mitigation Measures in Infrastructure Projects P.H. Sawant Awarded
    2 Arun Kumar Mishra - -
    Reg.No. :-
    - Dr. P. Shrivastava Awarded
    3 Rajesh Kherde 15/04/2010 15/04/2010
    Reg.No. :26
    Studies on River Basin Flow Modeling Using Geographical Information Systems (GIS) Dr. P.H. Sawant Awarded
    4 D. K. Kanhare 2010 2010
    Reg.No. :31
    Global Analysis of Segmental / Meter Panels for Basements & Subways Dr. R A Hegde Submitted
    5 Godbole K. M. 23.08.2010 23.08.2010
    Reg.No. 27
    Prediction of Reinforcement Corrosion in Under Water Concrete Structures. P.H. Sawant Awarded
    6 Shagufta Sayyed 02/08/2011 03-04-2012
    Reg.No. 34.
    Life Cycle Costing, Planning, Execution and Maintenance Of Green Components in Green Complex in Urban India. P.H. Sawant Awarded
    7 N. L. Shelke 09/08/2011 29/05/2012
    Reg.No. 35
    Short term and Long term performance of concrete by accelerated curing. Sangeeta Gadve Awarded
    8 J. P. Singh 28/4/2010 19/3/2010
    Reg. No. 23
    Study the Impact of Adverse Weather Conditions on Traffic Flow Characteristics Dr P.H. Sawant Awarded
    9 S. R. Katkar 16.08.2011 Reg.No. 38 16.08.2012 Probabilistic Analysis of Pavement Maintenance Predictions Using Markovian Models as a Decision Support System. Prashant P. Nagrale In Progress

    Ph.D. STUDENTS 2012-13

    Sr. No. Name of tde Candidate Date of Admission in SPCE Registration Number and Date Title of tde tdesis Name of tde Supervisor Remark
    1 Atlya Patil 26.07.2012 Tital Approved by University on 14.02.2013 Mechanistic Apparoach and its economics for Stabilised Flexible Pavements Prashant P. Nagrale In Progress
    2 Vilas Patil 26.07.2012 Tital Approved by University on 14.02.2013 Modeling of Noise due to Vehicular traffic in urban area for Interrupted traffic flow Prashant P. Nagrale In Progress
    3 Prasad Gharat 26.07.2012 Tital Approved by University on 01.03.2013 Optimum Parameters of Tuned Liquid Column damper for seismic Applications M. M. Muridi In Progress

    Supporting Staff

    Supporting Staff List

    1) Mr. Darasing H. Pawar, Jr. Clerk

    2) Mr. Prakash S. Pujari, Curetor

    3) Mr. Navin Solanki, Lab Attendant

    4) Mr. Popat S. Bhangare, Hamal

    5) Mr. Naresh H. Mayekar, Hamal

    Program Outcomes (POs)

    The graduates will be able to:

    1.  Apply knowledge of science, mathematics and engineering.
    2. Conduct experimental investigation and interpret the results.
    3. Design Civil Engineering system with realistic constraints keeping focus on socio-economic benefits.
    4. Work effectively as an individual as well as team member.
    5. Identify, investigate, analyse and formulate safe design for complex Civil Engineering problems.
    6. Practice profession with ethics and responsibility.
    7. Communicate effectively in work environment.
    8. Recognize the need for lifelong learning and continuing education to assimilate technological advances.
    9. Contribute to the solution of contemporary issues for sustainable development.
    10.  Use equipments, techniques, modern engineering tools and software necessary for engineering practice.
    11. Recognize the importance of principles of finance and management and apply these for management of multidisciplinary projects.

    Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs)

    Students graduating from the Civil Engineering Programme will:

    1. Have a successful career in Civil Engineering and allied fields.
    2. Pursue higher education and research.
    3. Possess the competency to investigate, analyze and provide solutions to civil engineering problems.
    4. Practice their profession with ethics and be socially responsible

    Teaching Staff

    Regular Faculty

    1) DR. M. M. MURUDI

    Professor ,Vice Principal
    28 years of Teaching Experience
    Research Area : Structural dynamics Earthquake Engineering Concrete technology Repairs and Rehabilitation
    Email : m_murudi@spce.ac.in
    Ext.: 230

    2)Dr. Prashant P. Nagrale

    Professor
    & Co-ordinator
    QIP Centre
    M.Tech., Ph.D.
    18 years of Experience
    Research Area : Transportation Engineering, Pavement Design
    Email : p_nagrale@spce.ac.in
    Ext.: 220

    3) DR. A. A. BAGE

    Associate Professor
    27 years of Teaching Experience
    Research Area : Nonlinear analysis Finite Element Analysis Concrete technology Repairs and
    Rehabilitation Artificial neural network
    Email : hod_sed@spce.ac.in
    a_bage@spce.ac.in
    Ext.: 232

    4)Dr. A. R. Kambekar

    HOD of Civil Engineering
    Associate Professor
    M.Tech., Ph.D.
    22 year Teaching Experience
    Research Area : Offshore Engineering
    Email : a_kambekar@spce.ac.in
    Ext.: 225

    5)Dr. P. G. Gaikawad

    Associate Professor
    M.Tech.,Ph.D
    20 years of Teaching Experience
    Research Area : Construction Management
    Email : p_gaikwad@spce.ac.in
    Ext.: 225

    6) Dr. Hansa Jeswani

    Regular Faculty
    M.Tech., PhD
    Dean Finance, Assistant Professor
    13 years of experience in teaching
    Research Area : Environmental Engineering
    Email : j_hansa@spce.ac.in
    Ext.: 280

    7) Prof. Reshma Raskar

    M.Tech.
    Assistant Professor
    10 years of Teaching Experience
    Research Area : Remote Sensing, GIS/GPS
    Email : r_raskar@spce.ac.in
    Ext.: 101

    8)Prof. A. N. Ghadge

    Assistant Professor
    17 Years of Experience
    Area of Specialization: Environmental Engineering
    Email :
    Ext.: 277

    9)Prof. K. A. Nadgouda

    Assistant Professor
    12 Years of Experience
    Area of Specialization: Geotechnical Engineering
    Email : Knadgouda@spce.ac.in
    Ext.:221

    10)Prof. S. J. Kumbhar

    Assistant Professor
    1 Years of Experience
    Area of Specialization: Environmental Engineering
    Email :
    Ext.: 229
    Adhoc Faculty

    1)Pratibha. D. Singh

    Lecturer Civil Engineering Department
    3 Years of Experience
    Area of Specialization: Transportation Engineering
    Email : singh.priti69@gmail.com
    Ext.:

    2)Krishna Bhagwat Garkal

    Assistant Professor
    M.Tech in Civil Engineering ( Specialization in Construction Management )
    Area of Specialization: Construction Management 0.5 Years of Experience
    Email : kgarkal1@gmail.com
    Ext.:279

     

    3)Shellja Bansal

    Assistant Professor Civil Engineering Department
    Area of Specialization: Transportation Engineering
    1 Year of Experience
    Email : shelljaerg@gmail.com
    Ext.:117

    4)Priyanka Deshmukh

    Assistant Professor B.Tech Civil Engineering M.Tech Environmental Engineering
    Experience: 06 months
    Email : piya291092@gmail.com
    Ext.: 221

    5)Manisha N.Shirvaikar

    Project Staff TBY Cell
    M.Sc Geology, PGD Geoinformatics-RSGIS
    Experience: 5 years
    Email:manishaa.dhuri@gmail.com
    Extension No: 224

    6)Prachi N. Wakode

    Assistant Professor
    M.Tech in Civil Engineering ( Specialization in Environmental Engineering )
    Area of Specialization: Environmental Engineering
    Experience=2.5 years
    Email: prachiwakode27@gmail.com
    Ext.---  

    7)Prajakta V. Mukadam

    Assistant Professor
    M.Tech in Civil Engineering (Specialization in Construction Management)
    Area of specialization: Construction Management
    Experience: Lecturer for Diploma
    Duration 11 months
    Email: prajakta.mukadam9@gmail.com
    Ext. 226

    8) MS. AKSHATA DESHPANDE

    Assistant Professor
    1 year of Teaching Experience, 2 years of Industry Experience
    Research Area : Structures
    Email : akshu.deshpande@gmail.com
    Ext.: 236

    9)MR. TAUSEEF M. HONNYAL

    Assistant Professor
    01 year of Teaching Experience, 1 year of Industry Experience
    Research Area : Structures
    Email : tausifhonnyal@gmail.com
    Ext.: 289

    10) MR. PATHAN SOHAIL SAMAD

    Assistant Professor
    0.5 years of Teaching Experience
    Research Area : Structures
    Email : sohailsamadpathan@gamil.com
    Ext.: 258  

    11) MR. SHOEB KHAN

    Assistant Professor
    01 year of Teaching Experience
    Research Area : Structures
    Email :
    Ext.: 294  

    MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING

    Sr.No. Name of the Industry/Institute Date Collaborative Activity
    1 S.V.National Institute of Technology, Surat 12-09-2013 Organisation of Joint conferences & Seminars, Practical Training to students, Joint Guidance for project /thesis in UG/PG students
    2 Dr.Fixit Institute of Structural protection & Rehabilitation , Mumbai 06-11-2013 Joint programmes in the fields of waterproofing, maintenance & Reapair of concrete structures
    3 Rajarambapu Institute of Technology, Sangli 2013-14 Collaborative research programme of mutual interests, work jointly on research projects
    4 Shri. Guru Gobind singhji institute of engineering & Technology, Nanded 10-01-2014 Joint Consultancy Assignments, Faculty & Staff development programmes, Collaborative research programme of mutual interests, work jointly on research projects
    5 College of Engineering, Pune 10-01-2014 To establish a written document under which both parties may enter into a written agreement to perform collaborative programmes in the areas of mutual interests
    6 Walchand College of Engineering, Sangli 11-12-2014 For Networking & Collabration to improve Academic, Research & Allied activities
    7 Environmental Policy and Research India 27-02-2015 Training sessions and corporate training programmes in the area of environmental science and engineering for government/non-government organizations to be held in collaboration

    Academic Year 2014-2015

    Sr. No. Name of Expert\ Organization Title Date Class
    1. Dr. Benjamin Jones (Asst. Professor, University of Nottingham) Concept of energy efficient ventilation of buildings 11 Feb,2016 B.Tech, T.Y.B.Tech S.Y.B.Tech
    2. Er. U.M.Paranjpe (Trustee-Jalvardhini Pratisthan) Use of Ferrocent & fiber cement in water conservation 27 Jan, 2016 B.Tech, T.Y.B.Tech S.Y.B.Tech M.Tech.
    3. Dr. Amulya Sahu (DOMS, Bombay ophthalmologist assocaition) Journey from Confusion to Clarity 18 Jan ,2016 B.Tech, T.Y.B.Tech S.Y.B.Tech
    4. Prof. B.A.Metri (Dean, International management institute) New, Delhi Construction management: quality, issues & challenges 23 July,2015 B.Tech, M.Tech (CM)
    5. Mr. Kimir Mahajan Application of Newton-software for quality estimation & project management 15 oct,2015 B.Tech, M.Tech (CM)
    6 Mr. Nikhil Pimputkar (Dy.Manager, J K Cement,) Mumbai Cement-white & gray concrete technology 19 oct ,2015 B.Tech, T.Y.B.Tech S.Y.B.Tech
    7 Prof. Gopal Rai (Executive officer, dhirendra group of company) Retrofitting of Structures 14 sep,2015 B.Tech, T.Y.B.Tech S.Y.B.Tech
    8 Mr.R.Ramkrishnan (Add. Chief Engineer,JNPT) Mumbai Project formulation & role of consultant 15 sep,2015 B.Tech, M.Tech (CM)
    9 Mr. Sanjivan Joshi Disaster Management in general & Business continuity planning 8 Aug,2015 B.Tech, T.Y.B.Tech S.Y.B.Tech
    10 Mr. D.S.Joshi Practical usage & advantage of hot deep galvanized rebar 11 Sep,2015 B.Tech, T.Y.B.Tech S.Y.B.Tech

    Academic Year 2013-2014

    Sr. No. Name of expert\ Organization Title Date Class
    1 Mr. Gaurav R.Rai How to prepare for GATE & UPSC ENGINEERING SERVICES Examinations. July 14 B.Tech, T.Y.B.Tech S.Y.B.Tech
    2 Mr. Gaurav R.Rai How to prepare for GATE & UPSC ENGINEERING SERVICES Examinations. July 14 B.Tech, T.Y.B.Tech S.Y.B.Tech
    3 Divya Choudhary “Career counseling of SPCE students for admission in CBS University USA” July 14 B.Tech, T.Y.B.Tech S.Y.B.Tech
    4 Ms.Katrina Velkova “ Study Abroad” July 14 B.Tech, T.Y.B.Tech S.Y.B.Tech
    5 Mr.P.L. Bhongirwar Durable Assets for rural roads Aug 14 B.Tech, T.Y.B.Tech S.Y.B.Tech
    6 CADD Center Emerging World on 3D Printing helping Additive Manufacturing March 15 B.Tech, M.Tech (CM)
    7 Mr. Advait Aundhkar Smart Cities Oct 14 B.Tech, T.Y.B.Tech S.Y.B.Tech
    8 Prof. Devyani Joshi Recycling Technologies March 15 B.Tech, T.Y.B.Tech S.Y.B.Tech
    9 Mr. Shailesh Kadrekar. Repairs and Rehabilitation of Old Building Oct 14 B.Tech, T.Y.B.Tech S.Y.B.Tech

    Academic Year 2012-2013

    Sr. No. Name of expert\ Organization Title Date Class
    1. Dr. Fixit Institute Repair and Restoration of building component and water proofing techniques July-2013 B.Tech, T.Y.B.Tech S.Y.B.Tech
    2. Dr. H. M. Raje Civil Engineering theory and practices – Mega Structures Aug-2013 B.Tech, T.Y.B.Tech S.Y.B.Tech
    3. Dr. Pooja Jain Introduction to Offshore Pipeline Sep-2013 B.Tech, T.Y.B.Tech S.Y.B.Tech
    4. Dr. Ramaswami, New Delhi How to prepare competitive examination; in particular to UPSC civil services Oct-2013 B.Tech, T.Y.B.Tech S.Y.B.Tech
    5. Mr. A. Nadgouda Software’s used in Civil Engineering Nov-2013 B.Tech, T.Y.B.Tech S.Y.B.Tech
    6. Mr. Sanjivan Joshi Disaster Management in General April-2014 B.Tech, T.Y.B.Tech S.Y.B.Tech
    7. Aker Solutions Design of steel Structures May-2014 B.Tech, T.Y.B.Tech S.Y.B.Tech

    SPONSORED RESEARCH & CONSULTANCY PROJECT

    Sr.
    No.
    Details Amount
    (in Rupees)
    1 Peer Review for estimation of SWD works in Western Suburbs regarding reconstruction of nallas in Santacruz(W) consultancy amount Rs.7,62,000/-
    2 Peer Review for estimation of SWD works in Western Suburbs-Widening, Deepening & Training of S.N.D.T. Nalla from Proposed S.W. Pumping Station To Juhu Road Culvert in H/West Ward-Phase II work Rs.8,04,260/-
    3 Peer Review for estimation of SWD works in Western Suburbs-Reconstruction of Mogara Nalla in R.C.C. Box Drain from Saakar Swapna Bldg. to Avadh Narayan Tiwari marg, andheri (E) Rs.3,55,805/-
    4 Peer Review for estimation of SWD works in Western Suburbs-Training of Nalla from P.M.G.P. colony to ONGC colony at S. R. Mahadik Road, Jogeshwari(East) Rs.2,04,488/-
    5 Peer Review for estimation of SWD works in Western Suburbs-Improvement of Storm Water Drain along Marol Maroshi Marg up to Krishna Nagar Nalla, Andheri (East) Rs.2,30,660/-
    6 Review and approval of training program and methodology for the National Graduates of Oman recruited by GALFAR E&C SAOG Company for Infini Programme management solutions Pune. (With Prof. H. S. Jeswani) Rs.1,22,832/-
    7 Fees for Peer Review for estimation of Training and Construction of Shivaji Nagar Nalla from Mangelawadi to S.N.D.T. in K/West ward Rs.2,25,862/-
    8 Peer Review for estimation of Widening and Deepening and Training of S.N.D.T. Nalla from Juhu Road culvert to Pawan Hans culvert in H/ west ward (Phase-III) Rs.10,46,811/-(in progress)

    Contact Us

    Head, Department of Civil Engineering
    Sardar Patel College of Engineering
    Munshi Nagar, Andheri(W), Mumbai 400 058
    Email : a_kambekar@spce.ac.in
    Phone: 022 - 26289777, 26232192
    Ext.: 225

    Internship at Nimbkar Agricultural Research Institute & Current Job

    Topic of Research - Developing low cost water filtration system for rural households

    The Study

    Safe drinking water is the basic need of human beings. Microbial contamination of drinking water is a major health hazard. According to World Health Organization (WHO) each year diarrheal diseases claim the lives of approximately 760,000 young children throughout the world. There are many types of bacteria, viruses and protozoans responsible for diarrheal diseases with a range of persistence in water, infectious does and health significance. This study aims at solving drinking water related problem of the rural poor.

    This project aims at making 30000-40000 liters of clean drinking water available to rural poor every day, in the nearby villages of Phaltan, Maharashtra. The idea is to pass raw water through 4-5 layers of filters and then sterilizing it by solar energy as well as biomass energy when solar radiation is low.

    The design of such water filtration system involves four stages. The initial stage is designing a pond for storing rainwater and pumping it through a certain head thus delivering it to the filtration plant. The second stage is to filter it through 4-5 layers of filters of size 250 microns to reduce the coliform count which increases the risk of water borne diseases. The next stage is to deliver the filtered water to solar tubular boilers to heat it at 60 degree celcius for inactivating bacterias. The final stage involves supply of treated water to rural households at minimal costs. The capital cost of project came to Rs. 70,00,000/- approximately and therefore the cost of water came to Rs. 0.30 per liter.

    Accomplishments

    During the internship, a feasilibility study was conducted taking into account the following

    • Pond designing
    • Pipe and pump designing
    • Tank and filters designing
    • Designing solar sterilizing system
    • Costing analysis
    News stories on the project appeared in various news lines like Business Standard, Moneylife, Newsgram, Huffington Post, among others. Better India carried a special story on it.

    Candidate Details
    Name - Ms. Rittika Sen
    Passing Month & Year - May 2015 (B.tech. Civil)
    Current Job At - Italian Trade Commission , Trade promotion section of the consulate general of Italy.
    Designation - Trade Analyst
    Role - Catalyzing and promoting bilateral trade and business between India and Italy.

    Faculty Publications

    Prof. A.R. Kambekar
    Lecture Note

    2012-13

    • A. R. Kambekar and M.C. Deo (2012), “Applications of Artificial Intelligence Techniques in Simulation and Forecasting of Wind Wave” Proceedings of QIP short term course on “Coastal Processes and Modeling”, pp. Part III 1-12. March 19th-23rd, 2012 at IIT Bombay, Powai, Mumbai.

    E-book chapter

    • Pratibha D. Singh and A. R. Kambekar(2017) : “Assessing Impact of Sea Level Rise Along the Coastline of Mumbai City Using Geographic Information System” Proceedings of the National Conference on Sustainable Built Environment, held at IIT Roorkee (2015) now published in an e-book by Springer Transactions in Civil and Environmental Engineering, titled “Understanding Built Environment” © 2017 Editors: Seta, F., Biswas, A., Khare, A., Sen, J. (Eds.), e-book, ISBN 978-981-10-2138-1.

    International Journal Publications

    2014-15

    • Aditya Ahirwar and A.R. Kambekar (2015): “Cost Optimization Using Life Cycle Costing For Commercial Building” International Journal of Earth Sciences and Engineering, Indexed in Scopus, Compendex and Geobase Elsevier, Chemical Abstract Services-USA, ISSN 0974-5904. (www.cafetinnova.org) .
    • Viren B. Chandanshive and A.R. Kambekar (2014): “Prediction of early stage construction cost of building projects using artificial neural network” International Journal of Scientific & Engineering Research, Volume 5, Issue 7, July-2014, pp. 453-463. ISSN 2229-5518.
    • A.R. Kambekar and M.C. Deo (2014):Real time wave forecasting using wind time history and genetic programming" special issue of “The International Journal of Ocean and Climate Systems”, Volume 5, Number 4, December, 2014. Pp.249-259. Multi-Science Publications, UK (ISSN 1759-3131), www.multi-science.co.uk.

    2013-14

    • Tejeshree Chavan and A.R. Kambekar (2014) “Forecasting productivity of human resource in building construction using artificial neural network Special Issue of IMJ (Indore Management Journal) IIM Indore pp.156-169.
    • A.R. Kambekar and Sudip Ray (2013) : "Total Life Cycle Cost Assessment of a Project by integration of LCA and LCC methods" International Journal of Civil Engineering and Applications, ISSN 2249-426X, Volume 3, Number 7, 2013. pp. 86-92.
    • Krishna A. Joshi andA.R. Kambekar (2013): “Optimization of energy in public buildings”, IJRET: International Journal of Research in Engineering and Technology eISSN: 2319-1163 | pISSN: 2321-7308, Nov-2013, http://www.ijret.org, pp. 423-427.
    • Ketki S. Kamble and A.R. Kambekar (2013): “Analysis of factors contributing delays and claims in construction projects”, IJRET: International Journal of Research in Engineering and Technology eISSN: 2319-1163 | pISSN: 2321-7308, Nov-2013, http://www.ijret.org, pp. 527-532.
    • Ninad B. Bhalerao and A.R. Kambekar (2013): “Analysis and design of zero sewage discharge system for a model township”, IJRET: International Journal of Research in Engineering and Technology eISSN: 2319-1163 | pISSN: 2321-7308, Nov-2013, http://www.ijret.org, pp. 383-386.
    • Zaid Malkani and A.R. Kambekar (2013): “Management of Human Resources in Construction Industry”, International Journal of Engineering Research and Technology. ISSN 0974-3154, Volume 6, Number 3 (2013), pp. 353-362. (http://www.ripublication.com), Publisher’s Impact Factor = 2.38.
    • Aniket S. Shukla andA.R. Kambekar (2013): “Working of Prefabricated Vertical Drain-A Case Study” International Journal of Innovative Research in Science, Engineering and Technology (IJIRSET-Impact factor =1.672), (ISSN: 2319-8753), (ISO 3297: 2007 Certified Organization), Vol. 2, Issue 8, August 2013, pp.3675-3686, Paper ID: IJ2808081. (http://ijirset.com).

    2012-13

    • Wankhade M. W. and A.R. Kambekar (2013): “Prediction of compressive strength of concrete using artificial neural network” International Journal of Scientific Research and Reviews (IJSRR) 2013, 2(2), 11-26. (ISSN 2279-0543). (www.ijsrr.org).
    • A. Haldive and A.R. Kambekar (2013): “Experimental Study on Combined Effect of Fly Ash and Pond Ash on Strength and Durability of Concrete”, International Journal of Scientific and Engineering Research. (IF.1.4), Volume 4, Issue 5, May 2013, 81-86 (ISSN 2229-5518).

    (http://www.ijser.org).

    2011-12

    • A.R.Kambekar and M.C. Deo (2012), “Wave prediction using genetic programming”, International Journal of Coastal Research, CERF, Florida, USA, 28(1), 43-50. (IF=0.77).

    2010-11

    • A.R.Kambekar and M C Deo (2010): "Wave simulation and forecasting using wind time history and data driven methods", International Journal of ships and Offshore Structures, Taylor and Francis, Volume 5, Issue 3, September 2010 , pages 253 – 266.(IF=0.183).

    2002-03

    • A.R.Kambekar and M C Deo (2003): "Estimation of pile group scour using neural networks", Applied Ocean Research, Elsevier, Oxford, UK, 25 (4), 225-234.

    International Conferences/workshop/symposium (18)
    2016-17

    • A.R.Kambekar and Singh P.D. (2017): “Application of geographic information system in assessing impact of sea level rise”, International conference: TACSAC 2017 scheduled to be held at Nanded in January 2017.
    • V. Mukadam and A.R.Kambekar (2016) “Modification in existing regional rural pipe water supply scheme for future demand”, Proceedings of International Conference on Hydraulics, Water Resources and Coastal Engineering (Hydro2016), held at CWPRS Pune, India during 8th – 10th December 2016, pp.794-799.

    2015-16

    • Kambekar A. R. and Kalantri N. J. (2016) : “Planning for a smart sustainable citiy-A case study” proceedings of ICCGE, 2016, 18th International Conference on Civil and Geological Engineering held at Wien, organized by International scientific committee; World academy of science, Engineering and Technology (WASET) at Vienna Austria June 16-17, 2016, 18 (6) Part XI.

    2014-15

    • Aditya Ahirwar and A.R.Kambekar (2015): “Cost Optimization Using Life Cycle Costing For  Commercial Building” Proceedings of ASCE International Conference on Sustainable Energy and Built Environment, 12-13, March 2015 at VIT Vellore TN. Pp. 855-858 (Paper ID: MC023), ISBN No. 978-81-923320-6-2.
    • Sumit Padwal and A.R.Kambekar (2014) : “Life Cycle Cost Analysis of a Transit Camp Building in Mumbai” International Conference on Advances in Civil and Mechanical System (ACMES 2014) organised by Government College of Engineering Amravati dueing 23-24 December 2014.
    • Viren B. Chandanshive and A.R.Kambekar (2014): “Prediction of early stage construction cost of building projects using artificial neural network”, 2nd International conference on Materials, Mechanics and Management, IMMM2014, College of Engineering, Trivandram, 17-19 Dec. 2014.

    2013-14

    • Tejeshree Chavan and A.R.Kambekar (2014) “Forecasting productivity of human resource in building construction using artificial neural network Sixth International Conference on Excellence in Research and Education to be held during 8-11 May, 2014 at IIM Indore.

    (OBHR614172-Received 3rd Prize the award consisted of a certificate and as cash award of Rs. 10,000/-)

    • Reeza Shaikh and A.R.Kambekar "Cost and delay analysis in construction project" International conference on Eco-friendly Technologies for sustainable growth at MHSS COE Mumbai, March 27, 28, 2014, pp 161-165, ISBN 978-93-8335-220-3.
    • A.R.Kambekar and Sudip Ray (2013): “Total life cycle cost assessment of a project by integration of LCA and LCC methods”, International conference on “Sustainable Innovative Techniques in Civil and Environmental Engineering”, (SITCEE - 2013), organized by krishi sanskriti on 5-6 June, 2013 at Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi.
    • Krishna A. Joshi and A.R.Kambekar (2013): “Optimization of energy in public buildings”, International Conference on Recent Innovations in Civil Engineering: (IC-RICE2013), Oct.25-27, 2013, organized by P.D.A. College of Engineering, Gulbarga Karnataka, India pp.585-589, (ISBN: 978-93-82880-74-5).
    • Ketki S. Kamble and A.R.Kambekar (2013): “Analysis of factors contributing delays and claims in construction projects”, International Conference on Recent Innovations in Civil Engineering: (IC-RICE2013), Oct.25-27, 2013, organized by P.D.A. College of Engineering, Gulbarga Karnataka, India, pp. 527-532, (ISBN: 978-93-82880-74-5).
    • Ninad B. Bhalerao and A.R.Kambekar (2013): “Analysis and design of zero sewage discharge system for a model township”, International Conference on Recent Innovations in Civil Engineering: (IC-RICE2013), Oct.25-27, 2013, organized by P.D.A. College of Engineering, Gulbarga Karnataka, India, pp. 383-386, (ISBN: 978-93-82880-74-5).

    2012-13

    • A.R.Kambekar and Sandip Haldive (2013): “Experimental study on combine effect of fly ash and pond ash on strength and durability of concrete” Proceedings of International Conference on Innovations in Civil Engineering” SCMS School of Engineering and Technology, Vidya Nagar, Karukutty, Ernakulam, Kerala. May 9-10, 2013 pp 81-86.

    2011-12

    • A.R.Kambekar, Gadkar R., Mishra R., Nautiyal A. and Shinde P. (2012):Design of an Industrial Steel Shed Using Different Codes” Proceedings of I-CORT2012, IOK-COE, Shirur, Pune. Pp. C12/C1-C8. Feb. 09-11, 2012.

    2010-11

    • A.R.Kambekar and M C Deo (2010): “Real time prediction of ocean waves using wind time series”. Tenth Symposium on Stochastic Hydraulics, Fifth International Conference on Water Resources and Environment Research 5th - 7th of July 2010 at Quebec City, Canada Water2010. (http://www.water2010.org/program_search.php).
    • A.R.Kambekar, M C Deo, Mansi Daga and Suhasini Sakhare (2009): “Data driven methods to analyze wave buoy observations”, ASCE International Workshop on Computing in Civil Engineering, Austin, Texas, June 24-27, 2009, pp. 398-409.

    2009-10

    • M C Deo, A.R.Kambekar, G Latha and V Rajendran (2009): “Data driven methods to analyze and model ocean data”, International conference on ocean engineering, ICOE2009, IIT Madras, 1-5, 2009. Pp.455-464.

    2008-09

    • A.R.Kambekar, Deo M C, G Latha and V. Rajendran (2009): “Wave hindcasting using intelligent computing methods”, Symposium on wind wave modeling, I I T Madras, 12, 2009, pp.79-88.

    2005-06

    • Shailesh Namekar, A.R.Kambekar and M C Deo (2005): "Neural networks to predict scour of piles in sea", Proceedings, Second Indian International conference on Artificial Intelligence, Pune, 22-24, 2005.

    National Journal (03)

    • J. Velani and A.R.Kambekar (2014): “Application of Value Engineering Techniques in Construction Projects” National Journal of MES Pillai HOC College of Engineering & Technology, Rasayani, Panvel, Raigad, Maharashtra. (accepted).
    • Reeza Shaikh and A.R.Kambekar "Cost and delay analysis in construction project" Journal of Indian Institution of Industrial Engineering, Industrial Engineering Journal, pp.23-26, Vol. VII, Issue No. 10, November 2014 (ISSN 0970-2555).
    • Bhagyashri Sawant and A.R.Kambekar (2015): "Prediction of compressive strength of concrete using machine learning techniques", Journal of Construction Engineering, Technology & Management. 2015; 5 (3): 34–41p. ISSN: 2249-4723 (online), ISSN: 2347-7253(print), (http://stmjournals.com).

    National Conferences

    2015-16

    • Mane N.S. and Kambekar A.R. (2016): “Assessment of rural pipe water supply scheme: a case study”; Proceedings of National Conference on Recent Advances in Civil Engineering (RACE2016), SVNIT, Surat, India. 5 – 6 March, 2016.
    • Mukadam P.V. and Kambekar A.R. (2016) : “Monitoring and evaluation of regional rural pipe water supply scheme” proceedings of 3rd National Conference on “Sustainable Water Resources Development and Management”, SWARDAM-2016 held during 4-5 July 2016 at Govt. College of Engg. Aurangabad, Maharashtra. (TEQIP), pp.285-292.
    • Pawar A.T. and Kambekar A.R. (2016): “Drinking Water Security Assessment in Mukhada Taluka: A Case Study” proceedings of 3rd National Conference on “Sustainable Water Resources Development and Management” SWARDAM-2016 held during 4-5 July 2016 at Govt. College of Engg. Aurangabad, Maharashtra. (TEQIP), pp.300-307.
    • Mane N. S. and Kambekar A. R. (2016): SWARDAM-130 “Augmentation of rural pipe water supply scheme: a case study” proceedings of 3rd National Conference on “Sustainable Water Resources Development and Management”, SWARDAM-2016 held during 4-5 July 2016 at Govt. College of Engg. Aurangabad, Maharashtra. (TEQIP), pp.276-284.

    2014-15

    • Kalantri Nikita J. and A.R. Kambekar (2015): “Effective planning for smart sustainable cities” National conference on sustainable built environment, April 10-12, 2015, Department of Architecture and Planning, IIT Roorkee, Uttarakhand.
    • Singh Pratibha and A.R. Kambekar (2015): Assessing impact of sea level rise on Mumbai city using GIS, National conference on sustainable built environment, April 10-12, 2015, Department of Architecture and Planning, IIT Roorkee, Uttarakhand.

    2013-14

    • Viren B. Chandanshive andA.R. Kambekar(2014): “Prediction of early stage construction cost of building using artificial neural network” proceedings of National Conference on Advances in Civil and Structural Engineering, 22-23 August, 2014, Govt. College of Engineering Karad, pp 430-437, (ISBN: 978-93-5156-532-1).
    • B. Lokhande and A.R. Kambekar (2014): “Design and development of Graphical User Interface for rate analysis of building construction using visual basic”, Proceedings of “Tech-streams” a national conference on 21stand 22nd Feb. 2014, Pillai HOC College of Engineering & Technology, Rasayani, Panvel, Raigad, Maharashtra pp. 46-50, ISBN 978-93-82626-00-8 (Received best research paper award in the conference).
    • J. Velani and A. R. Kambekar (2014): “Application of Value Engineering Techniques in Construction Projects” Proceedings of “Tech-streams” a national conference on 21stand 22nd Feb. 2014, Pillai HOC College of Engineering & Technology, Rasayani, Panvel, Raigad, Maharashtra pp. 35-38, ISBN 978-93-82626-00-8.
    • Godage, H. Patil, A. Patil, R. Pillay, R. Zade and A. R. Kambekar (2014): “Experimental study on strength characteristics of fly ash based concrete” Proceedings of “Tech-streams” a national conference on 21stand 22nd Feb. 2014, Pillai HOC College of Engineering & Technology, Rasayani, Panvel, Raigad, Maharashtra pp. 25-27,ISBN 978-93-82626-00-8.
    • A.R. Kambekar (2014): “Strategic Planning in Higher Learning Institution” National Conference on TEQIP-II: Best Policies and Practices held at SGGS Nanded during 10-11 January, 2014.
    • Kambekar A. R. and Deo M. C. (2014) :Real time wave forecasting using wind time history and genetic programming” Fifth Indian National conference on Harbour and Ocean Engineering, CSIR-National Institute of Oceanography (NIO) Goa, at NIO Goa, February 5-7, 201473-78.
    • Kambekar A. R. and Bhamre Parag (2013): “Impact of geo-environmental parameters and economics of delay in construction projects” IGC-2013, Indian Geotechnical Conference on Geotechnical Advances and Noval Geomechanical Applications. IIT Roorkee and CBRI Roorkee, at IIT Roorkee. December 22-14, 2013.
    • Uday Chavan and A.R. Kambekar (2013): “Performance of concrete using natural and crushed sand along with admixtures” (Paper Id: INCAM_2013_SM_26), Indian Conference on Applied Mechanics (INCAM) 2013, IIT Madras, 4 – 6 July 2013, proceeding of abstract pp. 43-44.
    • Bhattacharya and A.R. Kambekar (2013): “Planning and designing rain water harvesting system for residential complex at Mumbai region " National Conference On “Recent Trends In Engineering, Technology & Management for Sustainable Development” (RTETMSD - 2013) On 13th August 2013 at MVN University, Palwal (Haryana).

    2012-13

    • A.R. Kambekar and S.H. Kajrekar (2012): “Redevelopment of building - an alternative to Retrofitting” Proceedings of all India seminars on repairs & rehabilitation of concrete structures, REHAB2012, The Institution of Engineers (India), Nagpur. Pp. 246-252, October 05th-06th, 2012,
    • A.R. Kambekar and Amritkar Sujit (2012): “Seepage Control in Water Supply Tunnel by Cement and Chemical Grouting-a Case Study” Proceedings of National Conference on Conference on Hydraulics, Water Resources, Coastal and Environmental Engineering, HYDRO2012, IIT Bombay, pp. 1839-1848, Dec. 7-8, 2012.
    • A.R. Kambekar and A.M. Shaikh (2012): “Systematic Approach of Sewer Management using GIS” Proceedings of National Conference on Conference on Hydraulics, Water Resources, Coastal and Environmental Engineering, HYDRO2012, IIT Bombay, pp 691-698, Dec. 7-8, 2012.

    2011-12

    • A. R. Kambekar, Dani S., Kakade D., Khade S. Vhatkar K. Walke U. (2013): “Rainwater Harvesting System Design” National Conference on Current Research in Emerging Science and Technology, CREST-2013, Alwar Institute of Engineering and Technology. Rajasthan. April 5th – 7th, 2013.
    • Khilnani A., Shaikh S., Desai P. and Kambekar A R (2011): “Role of Urban Transport Planning in Air Pollution Mitigation” National Conference on Sustainable Development of Water Resources and Environment Management, SBCET, Jaipur, Feb. 25-26, 2011.

    2010-11

    • A. R. Kambekar and M C Deo (2011): “Wind wave simulation using Genetic Programming”, Proceedings of Hydro2011, 960-969. Dec. 29-30, 2011, SVNIT Surat, Gujrat.
    • A. R. Kambekar et al. (2011): “Reuse of Rubber Aggregates in Waste Management” Proceedings of RACE-Ind2011, pp. E6-E12 (Environmental Engg. session). Dec. 21-22, 2011, Jaypee University of Engineering and Technology, Guna, MP.

    2009-10

    • A. R. Kambekar M C Deo, G. Latha and V Rajendran (2009): “Genetic Programming for wave simulation”, CESS 2010, National Conference on Coastal Processes, Resources and Management, Centre for Earth Sciences, Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala, Feb. 5-7, 2010, pp. 154-159.

    2008-09

    • A. R. Kambekar, M C Deo, G Latha and V Rajendran (2009): “Simulation of waves using the time series modeling”, Hydro-2009, Dec. 17-18, 2009, CWPRS, Pune, pp.286-291.
    • A. R. Kambekar (2007) “Soft Computing in Civil Engineering” Proceedings of National Conference: Immerging Trend in Civil Engineering, College of Engg. Amaravati MS. 22-23 March, 2007, (WRE Session) pp. VII5- VII13.

    2003-04

    • Shailesh Namekar, A. R. Kambekar and M C Deo (2004): "Prediction of pile scour using ANN", INCHOE conference, Goa,, 7-9, 2004, pp.716-723.

    2002-03

    • A. R. Kambekar and M C Deo (2002): "Neural networks to estimate oceanic pile group scour", Hydro-2002, I I T Bombay,445-449.

    Prof. H.S. Jeswani

    International Journals (Peer Reviewed)

    1. Jeswani Hansa, Suparna Mukherji .2016.Treatment of Biomass Gasifier Wastewater in Rotating biological contactor. The Indian Journal of Technical Education, 1-7; ISSN 0971- 3034, Volume 32 (Impact factor 1.9)
    2. Jeswani H., Mukherji S., 2015. Treatment of simulated biomass gasification wastewater of varying strength in a three stage rotating biological contactor, Chemical Engineering Journal, 259, 303-312. (Impact factor 4.3)
    3. Jeswani H., MukherjiSuparna., 2014. Characterization of wood and rice husk based gasifier wastewater and biodegradation of organics in the presence of Exiguobacteriumaurantiacum, Journal of Industrial microbiology and Biotechnology (Impact Factor 2.32)
    4. Jeswani H., Mukherji S., 2013. Batch studies with Exiguobacteriumaurantiacum degrading structurally diverse organic compounds and its potential for treatment of biomass gasification wastewater, International Journal of Biodeterioration and Biodegradation, 80, 1-9. (Impact Factor 442)
    5. Apte, V. Cheernam, M. Kamat, S. Kamat, P. Kashikar, Dr Hansa Jeswani , 2013. Potential of  Using Kitchen Waste in a Biogas Plant , International Journal of Environmental Science and Development, Vol. 4, No. 4, 370-373. (Impact Factor: 1.884)
    6. Jeswani H., Mukherji S., 2012. Degradation of Phenolics, Nitrogen-Heterocyclics and Polynuclear Aromatic Hydrocarbons in a Rotating Biological Contactor, Bioresource Technology. 111, 12-20. (Impact Factor: 5.172)

    Papers in conference proceedings

    International Conference

    1. Ghosh, Oshmi; Jeswani Hansa, “Sustainable Industrial Waste Water Management for Industrial development cooperation in Thane Region, Maharashtra” 13th IWA Specialized Conference on Small Water and Wastewater Systems & 5th IWA Specialized Conference on Resources-Oriented Sanitation, Volume 1, p.p 1-6, Athens, Greece, 13-17 September 2016
    2. Jeswani Hansa, “Water loss prevention by techno-economic use of rainwater and wastewater for non-potable purpose” IWA Waterloss2016 Conference, Volume6, p.p. 82-84, Bengaluru, India, 31st Jan-3rd Feb 2016.
    3. Khelurkar, Nikunj; Shah, Sunay; Jeswani, Hansa, "A review of radioactive waste management," Technologies for Sustainable Development (ICTSD), 2015 International Conference on, vol., no., pp.1,6, 4-6 Feb. 2015; doi:10.1109/ICTSD.2015.7095849
    4. Tayde, Prashant; Shastri, Chaitanya; Shah, Bhoomi; Sankpal, Nitesh; Asabe, Nitin; Jeswani, Hansa, "Use of sullage for non-potable purpose," Technologies for Sustainable Development (ICTSD), 2015 International Conference on, vol., no., pp.1,5, 4-6 Feb. 2015doi:10.1109/ICTSD.2015.7095868
    5. H.Jeswani, NinadOke, ParthChoksi, RumanaSayyed, AmeyNaik 2014. Use of Pervious concrete for filtration. 21st Century Watershed conference, University of Waikato, Hamilton New Zealand, Oral Presentation, 3rd-7th November 2014.
    6. H.Jeswani and S Mukherji. Biological treatment of biomass gasification wastewater. 2nd IWA Specialized conference- Ecotechnologies for Wastewater Treatment-EcoSTP, held in Verona, Italy 23rd -27th June 2014 (Best Paper Award)
    7. H.Jeswani and S. Mukherji “Comparison of Acute Toxicity of Algal Metabolites Using Bioluminescence Inhibition Assay”, Nuicone 2013, Ahmedabad, 28th-30th November, 2013. Oral Presentation.
    8. Mukherji S., A. Chavan and H. Jeswani, “Algal Bacterial Biofilm in Rotating Biological Contactor for Removal of Organic Contaminants from Wastewater: Advantages and Challenges” International Conference on Algal Biorefinery: A Potential source of Food, Feed, Biochemicals, Biofuels and Biofertilizers(ICAB 2012), IIT Kharagpur, India, 10th -12thJan, 2013.  Oral presentation, Abstract No.ICAB F090Q    
    9. Jeswani H., B Sawant, A. ,Sengupta,A,  Sarkar,A., Haldankar,M, Borole,K. Techno-economic evaluation for reuse of wastewater and rainwater, Heraklion, Greece, 23-25thMarch, 2012.
    10. Madhav, V. D. Panchratna, H. Jeswani, V. Sethi, S. Mahajani, D. Giammar and J. Fortner and S. Mukherji “Gas Cleaning and Wastewater Treatment for Small Scale Gasification Systems” 4thInternational Symposium on Energy and Environment: Abundant, Clean, Cost Effective Energy Systems for Sustainability, Dec 9th-12th, 2012.  Poster Presentation.
    11. B. Bhatti, R Mehta, V. Panchal, A Qureshi, H Sohu, H Jeswani. 2012. Techno-economic analysis for the re-design of an existing structure to a sustainable structure, AARCV, 21-23rdJune, 2012,Bangalore, India.
    12. Jeswani H. and Mukherji, S., “Treatment of simulated biomass gasification wastewater using an algal-bacterial system”, International conference on “Ecotechnologies for Wastewater Treatment”, Santiago de Compostela, Spain, organized by University of Santiago deCompostela, Santiago de Compostela, Spain and International Water Association, 25-27thJune 2012. (Won the best poster award)
    13. Mukherji, S. and Jeswani H., “Treatment of biomass gasifier wastewater in a rotatingbiological contactor" International conference on "Processes in Biofilms",Shanghai, China,organized by Tonji University, Shanghai, China and International Water Association, 27-30thOct, 2011
    14. Jeswani H. and Mukherji S., "Treatment of biomass gasifier wastewater in bench-scale bioreactors by waste activated sludge and Exiguobacteriumaurantiacum" International conference on "Microbes in Wastewater Treatment ", Goa, India, organized by BITS Pilani,Goa, India and International Water Association, 24-26thJan, 2011
    15. Jeswani H., Mukherji S., Treatment of Biomass Gasifier Wastewater inBench-Scale Bioreactors by Waste Activated Sludge and Exiguobacteriumaurantiacum, MWT 2011, Jan 26-29, 2011.
    16. Jeswani H. Treatment of Wastewater from the Gujarat Industrial Development Cooperation Estate, Ankleshwar, Gujarat Using Two Step Biological Processes, Proceedings., IGC 2006.1st-3rdof Feb, 2006.

    National Conferences

    1. Hansa Jeswani. 2014. Sustainable Institute Industry Engagement: The Formation of Sustainable Model, 2nd National conference on Sustainable Institute Industry Partnership, 25-26th August, 2014.
    2. NinadOke, ParthChoksi, RumanaSayyed, Nikita Mahapatra and Hansa Jeswani. 2013. A review on use of pervious concrete as a rapid gravity filter and for storm water management, 4thNational conference on environment and biodiversity, Pune, 4-5th October 2013.
    3. KishanPai, Gyanprakash Sharma, Hansa Jeswani. 2012. Solution: Nuclear waste disposal India. Racee 2012, NIT, Rourkela, held on 20-21, 2012.
    4. KishanPai, Gyanprakash Sharma, Hansa Jeswani. 2012. Solid Waste Management in Mumbai. Racee 2012, NIT, Rourkela, held on 20-21, 2012.
    5. Jeswani H., Mukherji S.2012 Comparison of Acute Toxicity of Algal Metabolites Using Bioluminescence Inhibition Assay, Proceedings of 27th National Convention of Environmental Engineers, organized by Institution of Engineers, Mangalore, held on  24-25 January, 2012
    6. Jeswani H., Mukherji S.2010. Comparison of coal gasifier and biomass gasifier wastewater. Proceedings, Enviroenergy 2010, 27-29thNovember, 2010.
    7. Jeswani H., Mukherji S.2009.Feasibility Study for Treatment of Gasification Wastewater Using an Algal – Bacterial System. Proceedings, NUCONE 2009, 27-29thNovember, 2010.
    8. Jeswani H., 2008., Advance Wastewater Treatment For Economical Non Potable Reuse SWRDAM 2008.
    9. Bhosale, S.,Sawant, P., Shrivastav, P.,Jeswani, H. 2008. Bio-Composting of Distillery Waste to Save Fresh Water. Proceedings, SWRDAM 2008.
    10. Bhoir R., Sawant P., Jeswani, H.2008.Wastewater Management : An Overview. SWRDAM 2008.
    11. Zope,  P., Sawant P., Jeswani, H.2008.Design Criteria, Protocol and Selection of Model for Urban Storm Water Management,Proceedings, SWRDAM 2008.
    12. Zope, P., Sawant P., Jeswani, H. 2008. Pollution Preventation in Urban Storm Water Management,Proceedings, SWRDAM 2008.
    13. Rao, C., Sawant P., Jeswani, H.2008 Review of Wastewater Management in Fertilizer Industry,SWRDAM,2008.

    Prof. R.R. Raskar-Phule

    In Refereed National Journals

    1. Reshma Raskar-Phule and Deepankar Choudhury (2015); "Seismic liquefaction hazard zonation and contour maps for Mumbai city using open source GIS", Disaster Advances, (ISSN: 0974-262X, Impact Factor: 2.272/2012) India, Vol. 8, No. 7, pp. 20-33.
    2. Deepankar Choudhury, V. S. Phanikanth, Sumedh Y. Mhaske, Reshma R. Phule and Kaustav Chatterjee (2015); "Seismic liquefaction hazard and site response for design of piles in Mumbai city", Indian Geotechnical Journal, (ISSN: 0971-9555), Springer, India, Vol. 45, No. 1, pp. 62-78. doi: 10.1007/s40098-014-0108-4. (Print Media Coverage in National News Paper ‘Hindustan Times’ on April 28, 2015)

    In Refereed International Journals

    1. Reshma Raskar Phule and Deepankar Choudhury (2017); "Seismic reliability-based analysis and GIS mapping of cyclic mobility of clayey soils of Mumbai city, India", Natural Hazards, (ISSN: 0921-030X, Impact Factor: 1.746/2015) Springer, Netherlands, Vol. 85, No. 1, pp. 139-169, doi: 10.1007/s11069-016-2570-z

    In National Conference/Symposium/Seminar Proceedings

    1. R. Raskar Phule and D. Choudhury (2013); "A critical review of liquefaction susceptibility criteria for fine grained soils subjected to earthquake loading", Proc. of Indian Geotechnical Conference, IGC-2013, Geotechnical Advances & Novel Geotechnical Applications (GANGA), ISBN: 978-81-925548-1-5, December 22 – 24, 2013, IIT Roorkee, Roorkee, India, Paper ID: 5Th-01, pp. 1-10.
    2. Deepankar Choudhury, Kaustav Chatterjee, Ashutosh Kumar and ReshmaRaskarPhule (2014); "Pile foundations during earthquakes in liquefiable soils – theory to practice", Proc. of 15th Symposium on Earthquake Engineering (15SEE–2014), Editors M.L. Sharma and Manish Shrikhande, December 11-13, 2014, IIT Roorkee, Roorkee, India, pp. 327-342, Paper No. K-001 in CD, Elite Publishing, ISBN No. 978-81-88901-59-3
    3. Reshma Raskar-Phule (2009); “Use of Geomatic Technology for Disaster Management (Tsunami Disaster Damage Detection - Case Study In Sri Lanka)”, Proc. of Second India Disaster Management Congress, NIDM, New Delhi, India
    4. Reshma Raskar – Phule,PrajasKurangale, PrathameshKhot, and DishaKohale (2015); “Some Case Studies on Application of Remote Sensing (RS) and Geographic Information system (GIS) in Civil Engineering”, Proc. of Indian Congress of Civil Engineers (ICCE- 2015), One day National Conference, Bangalore, India
    5. Reshma Raskar-Phule and Deepankar Choudhury (2015); “Vulnerability mapping for disaster assessment using ArcGIS tools and techniques for Mumbai city, India”, Proc. of 16th ESRI India User Conference, New Delhi, India

    In International Conference/Symposium/Seminar Proceedings

    1. Reshma Raskar-Phule (2009); “Real Time Computation of Precipitable Water Vapour Using Global Positioning System - Data Quality Improvement”, Proc. of GPS/GNSS 2009, 2009 International Symposium on GPS /GNSS, ICC, Jeju, Korea
    2. ReshmaRaskar-Phule, GabaleVaibhav, PawarNilesh, KurangalePrajas, Alone Rashmi (2016) “Estimating the cyclic softening of clays of five different sites at Matsyapuri, Willingdon Island, Kochin, Kerala, India”, 5th International Conference of Geotechnical and Geophysical Site Characterization, Queensland, Australia, 5-9 September 2016.

    Prof. A.N.Ghadge

    Patent:

    Indian patent entitled “Earthen material based cathode separator assembly for scalable bio-electrochemical system” (805/KOL/2013 dated 05/07/2013) has been published on 09/01/2015.

    Book Chapter

    • Ghangrekar M.M., Ghadge A.N., 2013. Scaling-up of Microbial Fuel Cell Using Clay Membrane Separator and Non-catalyzed Electrode Materials, in: Singh, R.R., Pandey, A., Larroche, C. (Eds.), Advances in industrial biotechnology, I K International Publishing House, New Delhi, India, pp. 45-57.
    • Chatterjee, P., Pandit, S., Ghadge, A. N.,&Ghangrekar, M. M. (2013). PERFORMANCE COMPARISON OF AIR-BREATHING CATHODE AND AQUEOUS CATHODE EARTHEN POT MICROBIAL FUEL CELL, Recent Advances in Bioenergy Research, 356.

    Journal publications

    1. Ghadge, A. N., Keith S., & Ghangrekar, M. M. (2016).Maximum anode chamber volume and minimum anode area for supporting electrogenesis in microbial fuel cells treating wastewater, Journal of Renewable and Sustainable Energy 8 (4) 44032.
    1. Ghadge, A. N., Jadhav, D. A., & Ghangrekar, M. M. (2016). Wastewater treatment in pilot‐scale microbial fuel cell using multielectrode assembly with ceramic separator suitable for field applications. Environmental Progress & Sustainable Energy (DOI: 10.1002/ep.12403).
    1. Ghadge, A. N., & Ghangrekar, M. M. (2015). Performance of low cost scalable air–cathode microbial fuel cell made from clayware separator using multiple electrodes. Bioresource Technology182, 373-377. (Impact Factor- 5.172)
    1. Ghadge, A. N., Jadhav, D. A., Pradhan, H., &Ghangrekar, M. M. (2015). Enhancing waste activated sludge digestion and power production using hypochlorite as catholyte in clayware microbial fuel cell. Bioresource Technology182, 225-231. (Impact Factor- 5.172)
    1. Ghadge, A. N., & Ghangrekar, M. M. (2015). Development of low cost ceramic separator using mineral cation exchanger to enhance performance of microbial fuel cells. ElectrochimicaActa, 166, 320-328. (Impact Factor- 5.172).
    1. Jadhav, D. A., Ghadge, A. N., &Ghangrekar, M. M. (2015). Enhancing the power generation in microbial fuel cells with effective utilization of goethite recovered from mining mud as anodic catalyst. Bioresource technology191, 110-116. (Impact Factor- 5.172)
    1. Ghadge, A. N., Sreemannarayana, M., Duteanu, N., &Ghangrekar, M. M. (2014). Influence of ceramic separator’s characteristics on microbial fuel cell performance. Journal of Electrochemical Science and Engineering4(4), 315-326.
    1. Jadhav, D. A., Ghadge, A. N., Mondal, D., &Ghangrekar, M. M. (2014). Comparison of oxygen and hypochlorite as cathodic electron acceptor in microbial fuel cells. Bioresource Technology154, 330-335. (Impact Factor- 5.172)
    1. Jadhav, D. A., Ghadge, A. N., &Ghangrekar, M. M. (2014). Simultaneous organic matter removal and disinfection of wastewater with enhanced power generation in microbial fuel cell. Bioresource technology163, 328-334. (Impact Factor- 5.172)
    1. Ghadge, A.N., Ghangrekar, M. M., Pandit, S., & Das, D. (2014). Performance of air cathode earthen pot microbial fuel cell for simultaneous wastewater treatment with bioelectricity generation. International Journal of Environmental Technology and Management17(2), 143-153.
    2. Ghadge, A. N., Pradhan, H., Prasad, S., &Ghangrekar, M. M. (2013, May). Enhancing Activity of Electrogenic Bacteria in Microbial Fuel Cell by 2-Bromoethanesulphonate Dosing. International Journal of Engineering Research and Technology,2(5), 1086-1091.

    Conference publications

    1. Ghadge, A. N., Jadhav D. A., Ghangrekar, M. M. (2015). Application of ceramic separator enriched with exchangeable cations for single chamber microbial fuel cells. International conference on Ceramic and Advanced materials for Energy and Environment (CAMEE2015), organized by Indian Ceramic Society in association with Indian Institute of Science (IISC) at Bengaluru, Karnataka, India, December 15-17, 2015.
    1. Ghadge, A. N., Jadhav D. A., Pradhan, Harapriya, Ghangrekar, M. M. (2014). Sewage treatment plant sludge digestion and electricity generation in earthenware microbial fuel cell. International conference on Environment and Energy (ICEE-2014) Organized by JNTU, Hyderabad, India, December 15-17, 2014.
    1. Ghadge, A. N.,Ghangrekar, M.M. (2014). Performance of Low Cost Scalable Air- cathode Microbial Fuel Cell Made from Ceramic Cylinder. Accepted for poster Presentation in the Leading Edge Technology 2014 Conference, Organized by IWA, Abu Dhabi, UAE, 26-30 May 2014.
    1. Ghadge, A. N.,Ghangrekar, M.M. (2013).Performance of Scalable Microbial Fuel Cell Using Multi-Anode/Cathode System with Ceramic Separator for Real-World Applications. 10th National Conference on Solid State Ionics(NCSSI-2013), IIT Kharagpur, India, 22-24 Dec. 2013.
    1. Ghangrekar, M.M., Ghadge, A.N (2013). Optimizing anodic chamber volume and power density for scaling up microbial fuel cell. 3rd National Conference on Recent Advances in Bio-Energy Research at SSS-NIRE, Kapurthala, 22-24 November 2013.
    1. Ghadge, A. N., Rajesh P.P., Pritha Chatterjee, & Ghangrekar, M. M. (2013). Scaling up a Microbial Fuel Cell Having an Air-Breathing Cathode and Multiple Electrodes. International Congress on Materials and Renewable Energy (MRE 2013), Athens, Greece, 1-3 July 2013.
    1. Ghadge, A. N.,Ghangrekar, M.M. (2013). Effect of non-catalyzed electrode materials on low cost scalable microbial fuel cell performance. International Symposium on New Horizons in Bioenergy Research, IIT Kharagpur, India, January 14 – 16, 2013.
    1. Ghangrekar M.M., Ghadge, A. N. (2012). Scaling up of microbial fuel cell using clay membrane separator and non-catalyzed electrode materials. International Conference on Industrial Biotechnology (ICIB-2012), organized by Punjabi university, Patiala, India, November 21-23, 2012.
    2. Ghadge, A. N., Pandit, Soumya., Das, Debabrata., Ghangrekar, M.M.(2013). Performance of air cathode earthen pot MFC for simultaneous wastewater treatment with bioelectricity generation. 1st international workshop on waste to energy organized by NEERI, Mumbai, India, August 24-25, 2012.
    1. Jadhav D.A., Pandit S., Ghadge A. N., Das D., Ghangrekar M. M. (2013). Performance comparison between mixed and pure cultures in air cathode earthen pot microbial fuel cells. 10th National Conference on Solid State Ionics(NCSSI-2013), IIT Kharagpur, India, 22-24 Dec. 2013.
    1. Chatterjee, P., Pandit, S., Ghadge, A. N., Ghangrekar, M.M. (2013). Effect of binder loading on performance of air-cathode earthen pot microbial fuel cell. International Symposium on New Horizons in Bioenergy Research, IIT Kharagpur, India, January 14 – 16, 2013.
    1. Ghadge, A. N., Prasad, Sriranjani , Pradhan, Harapriya, Ghangrekar, M.M.(2012). Enhancing activity of electrogenic bacteria in microbial fuel cell by BES dosing. International Conference on Advances in Biological Hydrogen Production and Applications (ICABHPA-2012) Organized by JNTU, Hyderabad, India, December 14-15, 2012.
    1. Chatterjee, P., Pandit, S., Ghadge, A. N., Ghangrekar, M.M. (2012). Performance comparison of air-breathing cathode and aqueous cathode earthen pot microbial fuel cell, National Conference on Recent Advances in Bio-energy Research, Organized by Sardar Swaran Singh National Institute of Research, Kapurthala, Punjab,India, December 7-8, 2012.

    Publications from ME construction Managements

    National Journals:

    1. Poonam Raikarand A.N.Ghadge (2016). Analyzing the critical factors influencing the time overrun and cost overrun in construction project, International Journal of Engineering Research (IJER), 5(1), 21-25.
    2. ShekharJadhavand A.N.Ghadge, (2016). Application of Building Information modeling in construction projects – a critical review, International Journal of Engineering Research (IJER), 5(1), 26-31.
    3. SourabhBoroleand A.N.Ghadge, (2016). Comparative study of conventional and modern waterproofing techniques, International Journal of Engineering Research (IJER), 5(1), 32-36.
    4. A.N.Ghadge, .P.V.Parameswaran, and .P.H.Sawant (2008). Performance Evaluation of Materials Management Process in Construction Project, Journal of Construction Management NICMAR-Pune.

    National/International conferences:

    1. A.N.Ghadge and Ashutosh Mittal (2017). Investigating the Factors Influencing Delay in Infrastructure Projects,International Conference on Advances in Civil and Environmental Engineering (ICACEE-17), Organized by Late G. N. Sapkal College of Engineering, Nashik, 10th- 11th February 2017 (Accepted).
    2. A.N.Ghadge and Harshal Sonare (2017). Assessment of Risk and Hazards of construction activities in Residential Projects,International Conference on Advances in Civil and Environmental Engineering (ICACEE-17), Organized by Late G. N. Sapkal College of Engineering, Nashik, 10th- 11th February 2017 (Accepted).
    3. A.N.Ghadge and Saurabh Jain (2017). Factors Affecting Labour Productivity in High Rise Building ConstructionProjects,International Conference on Advances in Civil and Environmental Engineering (ICACEE-17), Organized by Late G. N. Sapkal College of Engineering, Nashik, 10th- 11th February 2017 (Accepted).
    4. A.N.Ghadge and Rishi Pathak (2017). Evaluating the Effectiveness of Material Management System in Residential Projects,International Conference on Advances in Civil and Environmental Engineering (ICACEE-17), Organized by Late G. N. Sapkal College of Engineering, Nashik, 10th- 11th February 2017 (Accepted).
    5. A.N.Ghadge and Rajesh G. Vagal, (2016). Analyzing the Factors Influencing Deterioration in Residential Buildings-A Case Study in Mumbai, International conference on Advances in Concrete Technology, Materials and Construction Practices (CTMC- 2016), organized by Goa Engineering College, Farmagudi-Goa in collaboration with Government Polytechnic, Bicholim Goa and University of Bath, UK, 22nd -24th June 2016.
    6. Arpit B. Chaudhari and A.N.Ghadge, (2016). Planning and Designing of Economical Water Distribution System, International Conference on Advances in Construction Technology and Management, organized by Visvesvaraya National Institute of Technology (VNIT) Nagpur, Maharashtra, India, 19-20 th February 2016.
    7. Poonam Raikar and A.N.Ghadge, (2016). Analyzing the critical factors influencing the time overrun and cost overrun in construction project, 2nd National Conference on Innovations in Civil Engineering (NCICE-2016), organized by Government college of Engineering Karad, Maharashtra, India, 08-09 January, 2016.
    8. Shekhar Jadhav and A.N.Ghadge, (2016). Application of Building Information modeling in construction projects – a critical review, 2nd National Conference on Innovations in Civil Engineering (NCICE-2016), organized by Government college of Engineering Karad, Maharashtra, India, 08-09 January, 2016.
    9. Sourabh Borole and A.N.Ghadge, (2016). Comparative study of conventional and modern waterproofing techniques 2nd National Conference on Innovations in Civil Engineering (NCICE-2016), organized by Government college of Engineering Karad, Maharashtra, India, 08-09 January, 2016.
    10. Amey Baviskar and A.N.Ghadge, (2015). Risk Identification and Analysis in the Construction Project, National Conference on “Role of Engineers in Nation Building (NCRENB-2015), organized by VIVA Institute of Technology, Shirgaon,Virar (E),Thane, 5th -6th March-2015.
    11. Ankur Bhoite and A.N.Ghadge, (2015). Critical success factors for implementation of Public Private Partnership in Real Estate project, National Conference on “Role of Engineers in Nation Building (NCRENB-2015), organized by VIVA Institute of Technology, Shirgaon,Virar (E),Thane, 5th -6th March-2015.
    12. Arpit B. Chaudhari, Prashant P. Nagrale,and N.Ghadge, (2015). Planning and Designing of Economical Water Distribution Network for R/Northward Mumbai City: A Case Study,National Conference on “Role of Engineers in Nation Building (NCRENB-2015), organized by VIVA Institute of Technology,  Shirgaon,Virar (E),Thane, 5th -6th March-2015.
    13. Namdev R. Sutar and N.Ghadge, (2015). Performance Evaluation of Earned Value Management in the Construction Industry,National Conference on “Role of Engineers in Nation Building (NCRENB-2015), organized by VIVA Institute of Technology,  Shirgaon,Virar (E),Thane, 5th -6th March-2015.
    14. Ghadge A.N., and Sawant P.H. (2007),” Quality Management System In Construction” National conference on “Emerging Technology and Developments in Civil ”(ETDCE-07), Amravati, 22-23 March, 2007.
    15. Ghadge A.N., and Sawant P.H. (2008),” Quality Control In Material Management” International Conference on “Innovations in Building Materials, Structural Designs      and Construction Practices “(IBMSDCP-2008), Erode Tamil Nadu, 15-17 May 2008.
    16. Ghadge A.N., and Sawant P.H., (2008),” Design of storm Water Drainage system” National Conference on "Sustainable Water Resources Development and Management, SWRDAM-2008", Aurangabad.,13-14 June, 2008.
    17. Ghadge A.N., and Sawant P.H., (2008) “Role of WTO towards Environmental Protection " in the International Conference on Green Growth  to be held in December, 15th - 18th , 2008 , IBS, Hyderabad.
    18. Ghadge A.N., and Sawant P.H., (2008) “Use of Inventory control technique in civil Engineering Project- A case Study" in the International Conference on Emerging Trends in Civil Engineering, , Loni, Ahemednagar, Maharashtra20th – 22nd December, 2008.

    Prof. K. A. Nadgouda

    International Conference:

    Kshitija, N. and Dr. Hegde R. A., “The Effect Of Lime Stabilization On Properties Of Black Cotton Soil", International Geotechnical Conference, IGC2010, Mumbai, December 2010, Vol. II Pages 511-514.

    Kshitija N., “Coconut Fibre Reinforced Concrete”, International Conference on Advances in Science, Engineering and Technology, ICASET – Chennai, September 2014, Pages 5-7. ISBN: 978-93-84209-51-3.

    National Journal

    Kshitija, N., et al. “The Use Of Pervious Concrete In Rainwater Management.” Nirma University Journal of Engineering and Technology, North America, 3, Jan. 2015.

    International Journal

    Kshitija, N. et al. “Use Of Iron Ore Tailings as a Construction Material” International Journal of Conceptions on Mechanical and Civil Engineering Vol. 3, Issue. 2, August’ 2015; ISSN: 2357 – 2760.

    Prof. Prajakta V. Mukadam

    National Conference

    Prajakta V. Mukadam and Dr. A. R. Kambekar, "Monitoring and Evaluation of Regional Rural Pipe Water Supply Scheme", Proceedings of 3 rd National Conference SWARDAM-2016, Sustainable Water Resources Development and Management, ISBN: 978-93-85777-75-2, Page No: 285-292

    International Conference

    1. P. V. Mukadam and DR. A. R. Kambekar, "Modification in Existing Regional Rural Pipe Water Supply Scheme for Future Demand", Proceedings of 21st International Conference on Hydraulics, Water Resources and Coastal Engineering HYDRO-2016,Page No: 794-799

    Prof. Prachi N. Wakode

    International Journal

    Wakode Prachi N., Sameer U. Sayyad.,"Performance Evaluation of 25MLD Sewage Treatment Plant (STP) at Kalyan.”, American Journal of Engineering Research (AJER) 2014, Volume-03, Issue-03, pp-310- 316., e-ISSN : 2320-0847 p-ISSN : 2320-0936

    Prof. Priyanka Deshmukh

    International Conference

    Priyanka Deshmukh, Dr. P. P. Bhave, “Treatment of Sanitary Wears/Nappies Using Anaerobic Decomposition”, International Conference on Technological Advances in Climate-Smart Agriculture and Sustainability (TACSAS 2017), SRTMU’s ResearchJournal of Science Vol. No. 5, ISSN: 2277-8594, 16-18 Jan 2017

    National Conference

     Priyanka Deshmukh, Dr. P. P. Bhave, “Disposal of sanitary wears/nappies in different parts of the world: A review”, Thirty-second National Convention of Environmental Engineers Challenges in Environment Management of Growing Urbanization, August 2016

    Priyanka Deshmukh, Ashwini Mavinkurve, Dr. P. P. Bhave, “Feasibility of Recycling of Construction and Demolition Waste : A review”, Proceedings of National conference on Recent Advances in Civil Engineering (RACE 2016), SVNIT, Surat, India, 5-6 March 2016

    Prof. Pratibha Singh

    International Journal Publication

    A.R.Kambekar, Pratibha.D.Singh 2016, Assessing Impact of Sea Level Rise Along the Coastline of Mumbai City Using Geographic Information System," Understanding Built Environment, eBook ISBN 978-981- 10-2138- 1 and Hardcover ISBN 978-981- 10-2136- 7, Springer Singapore, Pages 87- 96.

    National Conference

    A.R.Kambekar, Pratibha.D.Singh 2016, Assessing Impact of Sea Level Rise along the Coastline of Mumbai City Using Geographic Information System," National conference on Sustainable Built Environment April 10-12, 2015

    Prof. S. Solanki

    National and International Conference and Paper Presentation

    Sr. No Title of Course Organization Dates< Paper Published National / International

    1

    National Seminar on “Quality Management and Global Challenges in Higher Education”

    Uma Arts &Nathiba Commerce Mahila College, Gandhinagar, Gujarat

    6th& 7th August, 2010

    Paper Presentation on “Quality Enhancement in the Contemporary System of Education”

    National Journal

    2

    2nd International Conference on Social Science & Humanity

    International Economics Development and Research Center (IEDRC)

    10th& 11th March, 2012

    Participation & Presentation Certificate on “Use of Technology in English Language Teaching & Learning”: An Analysis

    International Journal - ICSSH 2012

    3

    2nd International Conference on Language, Media & Culture

    Session Chair Certificate

    International Journal - ICLMC 2012

    4

    National Seminar-cum-Workshop on “Literary Theory and research: Present and Future”

    Sardar Patel University,
    Vallabh Vidyanagar, Gujrat

    17th & 18th March 2011

    (2 Days)

    National Journal

    Publications

    Sr. No. Title Autho National / International Journal

    1

    Quality Enhancement in the Contemporary System of Education

    Dr. Shyamlee D. Solanki

    National

    2

    “Use of Technology in English Language Teaching & Learning”: An Analysis

    Dr. Shyamlee D. Solanki

    International- ICSSH 2012

    3

    “Use of Technology in English Language Teaching & Learning”: An Analysis

    Dr. Shyamlee D. Solanki

    International - ICLMC 2012

    Name of the Author Title of the Paper Name of the Journal/ Conference Year of Publication
    Prashant P. Nagrale & Pravinkumar Jagtap Economic Analysis of Rural Roads Using Finite Element Modelling. National Conference on Recent Advancement and Development in Civil engineering (RDACE-2013) at SKR college of Engineering Poonamallee,Chennai on 14th to 15th March, 2013. 2013
    Prashant P. Nagrale & Pravinkumar Jagtap Finite Element Modeling of Low Volume Rural Road,” International Journal on Global Technology Initiatives (ICGTI-2013). 2013
    Prashant P. Nagrale & Pravinkumar Jagtap Benefits of Mechanistic Approach for Low Volume Rural Roads with Conventional Practices,” Indian Geotechnical Conference IGC – 2013) will held on 22-24 December, 2013 at IIT Roorkee. 2013
    Prashant P. Nagrale & Ashok Pol Estimation of Forecasted Amenities Required in R/North Ward of Mumbai City: A Case Study International Journal on Global Technology Initiatives (ICGTI-2013) . 2013
    Prashant P. Nagrale & Ashok Pol Estimation of Forecasted Amenities for Sewage Disposal Required in R/ North Ward of Mumbai City: A Case Study”, International Journal on Global Technology Initiatives (ICGTI-2013) . 2013
    Katkar Surendrakumar, Nagrale Prashant & Patil Mayuresh Application of Markovian Probabilistic Process To Develop A Decision Support System For Pavement Maintenance Management International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research Volume 2, Issue 8, August 2013 2013
    Katkar Surendrakumar & Nagrale Prashant Formulation of Group of Pavements by Using Latin Square ANOVA Required for Network Level Pavement Maintenance Management Journal Institution of Engineers (India), Accepted for the publication 2013
    Katkar S. R. & Nagrale Prashant P. Optimum Maintenance Predictions And Derivation Of Transition Probability Matrices For Bridge Deterioration Modeling Journal Indian Road Congress. Accepted for the publication 2013
    Katkar S. R. & Nagrale Prashant P. Defining Pavement Condition States to Quantify Road Quality for Designing of Pavement Maintenance Management System Journal Institution of Engineers (India), Accepted for the publication 2013
    Hansa Jeswani and Suparna Mukherji Jeswani H., Mukherji S., 2013. Batch studies with Exiguobacterium aurantiacum degrading structurally diverse organic compounds and its potential for treatment of biomass gasification wastewater. Int. Journal of Biodeterioration and Biodegradation ISSN: 0964-8305 Impact Factor =2.6 2013
    H. Jeswani, A. Sawant , A.Sengupta, A. Sarkar, M. Haldankar, K. Borole Techno-economic evaluation for reuse of wastewater and rainwater for a public building /3/1-4. International Journal on Advances in Environmental Engineering ISSN:2278-1331 Impact factor=2.08 July 2013
    H. Jeswani, A. Sawant , A.Sengupta, A. Sarkar, M. Haldankar, K. Borole Techno-economic evaluation for reuse of wastewater and rainwater for a public building ( same paper as above, was published in the above journal) Sustainable Innovative Techniques In Civil and Environmental Engineering- Conference Participated and presented paper at JNU
    A. Apte, V. Cheernam, M. Kamat, S. Kamat, P. Kashikar, and H. Jeswani Potential of Using Kitchen Waste in a Biogas Plant Conference on Environment and Industrial Innovation– ICEII 2013, Copenhagen, Denmark. May 18th -20th)
    H. Jeswani, A. Sawant , A.Sengupta, A. Sarkar, M. Haldankar, K. Borole Economic evaluation for reuse of wastewater and rainwater IWA Regional Conference on Wastewater Purification & Reuse Heraklion, Greece, 23-25th March, 2012. March 2012

    Ph.D. STUDENTS 2013-14

    Sr. No. Name of The Candidate Date of Admission in SPCE Registration Number and Date Title of the Thesis Name of the Supervisor Remark
    1 Prithani Manish 20.08.2013 Applied for topic approval and Registration to University of Mumbai Doing coursework A. A.R. Kambekar In Progress
    2 Vikas Jagtap 20.08.2013 Applied for topic approval and Registration to University of Mumbai Doing coursework Hariharan In Progress
    3 Nilkanth Joshi 20.08.2013 Applied for topic approval and Registration to University of Mumbai Doing coursework M. M. Muridi In Progress
    4 Chourasia Rakesh Kumar 20.08.2013 Applied for topic approval and Registration to University of Mumbai Doing coursework A. A. Bage In Progress
    5 Ansari Asif M. 20.08.2013 Applied for topic approval and Registration to University of Mumbai Doing coursework Ukarande In Progress

    Ph.D. STUDENTS 2014-15

    Sr. No. Name of The Candidate Date of Admission in SPCE Registration Number and Date Title of the Thesis Name of the Supervisor Remark
    1 Shilplata Shamrao Tekade 19.08.2014 Applied for topic approval and Registration to University of Mumbai Doing coursework M. M. Muridi In Progress
    2 Siddhesh V.Nikam 14.08.2014 Applied for topic approval and Registration to University of Mumbai Doing coursework A. A. Bage In Progress
    3 Vishal Suresh Jagtap 13.08.2014 Applied for topic approval and Registration to University of Mumbai Doing coursework A. A. Bage In Progress
    4 Viren B. Chandanshive 13.08.2014 Applied for topic approval and Registration to University of Mumbai Doing coursework A. A.R. Kambekar In Progress
    5 Reeza R. Shaikh 14.08.2014 Applied for topic approval and Registration to University of Mumbai Doing coursework A. A.R. Kambekar In Progress

    Graduate

    Degree Stream Duration Intake
    B. Tech. Civil Engineering 4 Years(Full Time) 60

    Post Graduate

    Degree Stream Duration Intake
    M. Tech.(Civil) Construction Management 2 Years(Full Time) 13 + 5*
    M. Tech.(Civil) Structural Engineering 2 Years(Full Time) 13 + 5*

    Doctoral Program

    Ph.D. in Civil Engineering

    There shall be a single question paper for each branch of engineering. The question paper shall follow the pattern as shown in Table 1 for each stream. Candidate has to attempt questions from any one stream. To qualify PET candidate is expected to secure at least 50% marks.

    The syllabus for Ph.D. Entrance Test (PET) in Civil Engineering will have six streams namely :

    1. Construction Management
    2. Environmental Engineering
    3. Geotechnical Engineering
    4. Structural Engineering
    5. Transportation Engineering
    6. Water Resources Engineering

    Schemes & Syllabus

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