Civil Engineering

Profile Of Civil Department

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MISSION

M1. To develop competent Diploma Civil Engineers with ethical values for socio-economical development.
M2. To inculcate employable, entrepreneurial and life-long learning skills for sustainable development of the society.
M3. To create a learning environment conducive for achieving academic excellence with latest technology trends.
M4. To offer continuing education programmes and consultancy services for betterment of society.

VISION

To develop professionally competent Diploma Civil Engineers for sustainable socio-economical development capable of managing the resources with qualitative approach.

  1. To develop a civil engineer capable of working in diversified fields of construction industry.

  2. To inculcate professional and entrepreneurial abilities in the students.

  3. To develop students with ethical, team building and lifelong learning skills

On successful completion diploma pass outs will be able to
  1. Basic knowledge:Apply knowledge of basic mathematics, science and engineering to solve the civil engineering problems.

  2. Discipline knowledge: Apply course specific knowledge to solve core and applied civil engineering problems.

  3. Experiments & Practice: Plan and perform experiments to use results to solve civil engineering problems.

  4. Engineering Tools: Apply appropriate technologies and tools with an understanding of the limitations.

  5. The Engineer & Society: Demonstrate knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to civil engineering practices.

  6. Environment & Sustainability: Understand the impact of the engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge and need for sustainable development.

  7. Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the civil engineering practices.

  8. Individual & Team Work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse/multidisciplinary teams.

  9. Communication: An ability to communicate effectively with society and engineering community.

  10. Project Management & Finance: Understand engineering and management principles and apply these to manage projects in multidisciplinary environment.

  11. Lifelong Learning: Recognize the need and be adaptable for independent and life-long learning in the context of technological changes.

  1. To develop competent Diploma Civil Engineers with ethical values for socio-economical development.

  2. To inculcate employable, entrepreneurial and life-long learning skills for sustainable development of the society.

  3. To create a learning environment conducive for achieving academic excellence with latest technology trends.

  4. To offer continuing education programmes and consultancy services for betterment of society.

  1. Highly qualified teaching faculty.
  2. Well equipped spacious lab.
  3. Good infrastructure.
  4. Meritorious students with full intake
  5. Good academic performance in examination.
  6. Excellent grading by MSBTE in academic monitoring.
  7. Consultancy services to society.
  8. Remarkable internal revenue generation.
  9. Continuing Education Programme like CEAT(Civil Engineering Assistant Training Course).

The Conferences

PeriodDetailsName Of FacultyConference Details
29 September 2015 and 1st October 2015Orientation for Revision of Curriculum Prof. R. N. Vaidya
Prof. S. D. Sonawane
Prof. P. B. More
Dr. N. L. Patil
Dr. S.S. Pathak
Prof. S. P. Dixit
Mrs. P. R. Saraf
N.I.T.T.T.R. Bhopal and Government Polytechnic Nashik
28th & 29th September 2015Paper on Structural Characteristics of HPDSP Concrete on Beam Column Joints.Prof. S. M. Swar17th International Conference by World Academy of Science, Engineering & Technology (WASET) at Los Angeles, USA.
18th & 19 th November 2016.“Production Based Education For Perspective Excellent Future: An Overview " Prof. S. M. SwarInternational Conference on Educational Futures at NITTTR Chandigarh
18th & 19 th March 2016" Production Based Education For Perspective Excellent Future: An Overview " Prof. S. M. Swar National Conference on Sustainable Civil Engineering Practices NITTTR Chandigarh .
February 2015 Paper on Performance of Rice husk concrete. Prof P. R. Saraf
Prof S. R. Deshmukh
National Conference on Sustainable Infrastructure Development NITTTR Chandigarh.

The Doctrates

Name Of Faculty Achivements
Prof. N. L. PatilAwarded Doctrate In Year 2015
Prof.S. S .PathakAwarded Doctrate In Year 2015
Name Of Industry Or Location Date Class No. Of beneficiaries
LAVASA CITY & KHADAKVASLA DAM 05/08/2013-07/08/2013 3rd YEAR I & II SHIFT (120) 120
GAJANAN PARK, NASHIK 20/09/2013-21/09/2013 3rd YEAR I & II SHIFT 120
S.T.P. & W.T.P., NASHIK CORPORATION 06/03/2014 3rd YEAR I SHIFT 60
S.T.P. & W.T.P., NASHIK CORPORATION 07/03/2014 3rd YEAR 60
GAJANAN VALLEY, NASHIK 12/09/2014-13/09/2014 2nd YEAR I & II SHIFT 140
LIBERTY POINT, RAKA COLONY, NASHIK 06/03/2014 3rd YEAR I & II SHIFT 120
AIRPORT TERMINAL BUILDING, OZAR(NASHIK) 17/01/2014 3rd YEAR I & II SHIFT 120
NASHIK MUNICIPAL HOSPITAL, NASHIK ROAD 11/03/2014 3rd YEAR I & II SHIFT 120
GAJANAN PARK & MORYA PARK, NASHIK 26/03/2014 2nd YEAR I SHIFT 60
GAJANAN PARK & MORYA PARK, NASHIK 27/03/2014 2nd YEAR II SHIFT 60
GAJANAN PARK & MORYA PARK, NASHIK 20/03/2014 1ST YEAR I SHIFT 60
GAJANAN PARK & MORYA PARK, NASHIK 21/03/2014 1ST YEAR II SHIFT 60
SAMANGAON ROAD (ROAD MAINTENANCE) 07/07/2014 2nd YEAR I & II SHIFT 120
GANGAPUR DAM 20/09/2014 3rd YEAR I & II SHIFT 120
TRIMBAK ROAD (TALEGAON PHATA), NASHIK 24/09/2014 2nd YEAR I & II SHIFT 130
ROAD CONSTRUCTION, NASHIK 09/01/2015 3rd YEAR 120
ROAD CONSTRUCTION, NASHIK 09/01/2015 3rd YEAR 120
LAVASA KHADAKVASLA ,RADHANAGRI ,KOLHAPUR 11/02/2015 3rd YEAR 120
LAVASA KHADAKVASLA, RADHANAGRI , KOLHAPUR 18/02/2015 2nd YEAR 45
GANGAPUR DAM 03/10/2015 3rd YEAR I & II SHIFT 120
TRIMBAK ROAD, NASHIK 03/10/2015 3rd YEAR I & II SHIFT 120
PROFILE LEVELLING, NASHIK 01/10/2015 2nd YEAR I & II SHIFT 138
BLOCK CONTOURING, NASHIK 03/10/2015 2nd YEAR I & II SHIFT 138
SAI-VISHWA BUILDING (SAMANGAON ROAD) 05/01/2016 1st YEAR I SHIFT 63
KARDA CONSTRUCTION SITE, NASHIK 25/02/2016 3rd YEAR I & II SHIFT 120
KARDA CONSTRUCTION SITE, NASHIK 26/02/2016 2nd YEAR I & II SHIFT 120
SAI-VISHWA BUILDING , NASHIK(SAMANGAON ROAD) 26/02/2016 1st YEAR I SHIFT 60
NASHIK-PUNE HIGHWAY 09/09/2016 2nd YEAR I & II SHIFT 110
TRIMBAK VIDYAMANDIR, NASHIK 19/09/2016 1st YEAR 120
POLYHOUSE NEAR TRIMBAK VIDYAMANDIR, NASHIK 19/09/2016 1st YEAR 120
  1. Memorandum of Understanding With Munciple Council Bhagur, Nashik.
  2. Memorandum of Understanding With Municple Council Igatpuri, Nashik.

First Shift

Entry No. Of Students I Year(pass) II Year(pass) III Year(pass)
CAY 2016 75 76 -- --
CAYm1 2015 77 73 61 --
CAYm2 (LYB) *2014 76 69 63 61
CAYm3 (LYBm1) 2013 75 69 62 63
CAYm4 (LYBm2) 2012 75 66 59 55

Second Shift

Year of entry N1 + N2 + N3 (As defined above) I Year(pass) II Year(pass) III Year(pass)
CAY 2016 70 70 -- --
CAYm1 2015 72 70 56 --
CAYm2 (LYB) *2014 72 66 59 53
CAYm3 (LYBm1) 2013 71 64 56 56
CAYm4 (LYBm2) 2012 72 60 59 50

Academic Performance of Final Year (First Shift)

Academic Performance CAY CAYm1 CAYm2
Mean of CGPA or Mean Percentage of all successful students (X) 8.269 8.285 7.66
Total no. of successful students (Y) 45 50 43
Total no. of students appeared in the examination (Z) 61 67 62
API = x* (Y/Z) AP1 AP2 AP3
Average API = (AP1 + AP2 + AP3)/3 5.864

Academic Performance of Final Year (Second Shift)

Academic Performance CAY CAYm1 CAYm2
Mean of CGPA or Mean Percentage of all successful students (X) 8.323 7.835 7.572
Total no. of successful students (Y) 47 37 40
Total no. of students appeared in the examination (Z) 59 56 61
API = x* (Y/Z) 6.63 5.76 4.965
Average API = (AP1 + AP2 + AP3)/3 5.59
NAME AND OFFICE ADDRESS PEC DESIGNATION
Shri. S. R. Deshmukh
HOD, Civil Engg. (II nd Shift), Govt. Polytechnic, Nashik.
Chairman
Shri. S. G. Pagare
Consultant, 10 Triymbak complex, Opp. Bytco Hospital Nashik Rd, Nashik.
Member
Shri. S. G. Pandit
Consultant, Vidya Bunglow Kathe Galli, Nashik.
Memeber
Shri. R. S. Narkhede
Principal, MET Institute of Technology Polytechnic, Adgoan, Nashik.
Member
Shri. R. G. Sonone
Co-ordinator, APM Dept., Govt. Polytechnic, Nashik.
Member
Dr. N. L. Patil
Lect., Civil Engg. Dept., Govt. Polytechnic, Nashik.
Memeber
Shri. Pramod U. Wayse
Deputy Secretary (T), MSBTE, Regional Office, Osmanpura, Aurangabad-431005.
Member
Shri. S. P. Dikshit
Lect., Civil Engg. Dept., Incharge CDC, Govt. Polytechnic, Nashik.
Member secretary