Civil Engineering

BVC Engineering College

Civil Engineering


    Civil engineering is one of the major branches building the world’s infrastructure. They design and supervise the construction that deals with the planning, design, construction, operation, maintenance and research of fixed structures such as buildings, highways, bridges, railroads, tunnels, dams, airports etc. Civil Engineers must consider factors in the design process, from the construction costs and expected lifetime of a project to government regulations and potential environmental hazards such as earthquakes and hurricanes. There are several areas in civil engineering: Structural, Construction, Geo-Technical, Transportation, Water Resources, Urban Planning, Materials, and many other emerging areas.

The department of Civil Engineering has three major missions:

  1. Excellence in Research and Development among the students with a scientific temper
  2. Relevance to Industry and Society
  3. Contribution to Sustainable Development
Who would take it?

         An individual interested in solving practical problems, enjoy working with team, and is strong in mathematics and sciences may take civil engineering. Analytical and communication skills are important in civil engineering field.

Opportunities

    Civil engineers have many opportunities to hold supervisory or administrative positions, from supervisor of a construction site to Project engineer to lead a team of Young Engineers. Other career opportunities for civil engineers include design, construction, research and teaching.

Department Profile

     The department of Civil Engineering in Bonam Venkata Chalamayya Engineering College was established in the year 2009 with an intake of 60 and. Now the intake increased to 120 from the academic year 2012-13. The B.Tech. (CE) Program was duly approved by the AICTE and Government of Andhra Pradesh and permanently affiliated to Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University, Kakinada. The department has 30 teaching Faculty, maintaining 1:15 Staff: Student ratio. In the team, there are 2 Ph.Ds, 28 M.Techs.

     The department of Civil engineering since its information is committed to research and development in Civil Engineering. The vision of the department is to give an exposure to budding civil technocrats to various challenges in the profession.

      The main motto of the department is to make students to Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering tools such as CAD, FEM , STAAD.Pro, GIS including prediction and modeling to complex Civil Engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.

The strength of the department lies with its well qualified and dedicated faculty, Skilled supporting staff, well established laboratories, excellent infra structure and disciplined& hardworking students.

     We started PG Program M.Tech in Soil Mechanics and Foundation Engineering in the academic year 2012-2013 and another New PG Program M.Tech in Structural Engineering in the academic year 2015-2016 with intake of 18.

      A good number of students have brought laurels and appreciations by winning in various national level competitions. The department has conducted workshops and student symposiums every year under the banner of RESONANCE and also youth festival namely YUVAGALA.

HOD

Name:Dr. D S V Prasad,
Email:hodciv.bvce@bvcgroup.in,
Contact:9392522444.

Courses Offered

Program                                  Specialisation

B.Tech                                    Civil Engineering

M.Tech                                    Soil Mechanics & Foundation Engineering

M.Tech                                    Structural Engineering

Laboratories

  • Strength of Materials

  • Geo-Technical Engineering

  • Concrete Technology

  • Fluid Mechanics and Hydraulics  Machinery

  • Surveying

  • Environmental Engineering

  • Computational Lab(CAD&STAAD)

  • Transportation Engineering

  • Engineering Geology

  • Remote Sensing  And  Geographical  Information Systems

Major Subjects

  • Design And Drawing Of Concrete Structures

  • Estimating And  Costing

  • Design And Drawing Of Steel Structures

  • Structural Analysis

  • Hydraulics And  Hydraulic Machinery

  • Strength of Materials

  • Fluid Mechanics

  • Prestressed Concrete

  • Geotechnical Engineering

  • Transportation Engineering

  • Water Resources Engineering

  • Environmental Engineering

  • Building Planning  And Drawing

  • Remote Sensing  And  Geographical  Information Systems

  • Engineering Geology

  • Concrete Technology

  • Surveying

Department Goals

Short Term:
  • To achieve 90%-100% results.

  • To have linkages with industry for training & placement, projects and curriculum management

  • To inculcate professional behavior in students through seminars, mock interviews etc.

  • Improve placement opportunities for students.

  • Develop an exclusive R & D Centre  in the Department.

Long Term:
  • To achieve 95 % on campus recruitment of students in reputed multinational companies.

  • Expansion of educational services in association with leading National and International institutions and leading industries.

PROGRAMME EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES (PEOs):

BVC Graduates of Civil Engineering shall

PEO1: Have fundamental and advanced knowledge in Civil Engineering, to excel in their professional career or in higher studies/research.

PEO2: Have knowledge in the infrastructure and sustainable development, meeting the needs of the society.

PEO3: Have demonstrated practices and skills in communication, professional attitude, teamwork, leadership, values and ethics.

  • PROGRAM OUTCOMES(POs)

 Engineering Graduates will be able to: 

  1. Engineering Knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.
  2. Problem Analysis: Identify, formulate, research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.
  3. Design/Development of Solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.
  4. Conduct Investigations of Complex Problems: Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.
  5. Modern Tool Usage: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modeling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.
  1. The Engineer and Society: Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess social, health, safety, legal, and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.
  1. Environment and Sustainability: Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.
  2. Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
  3. Individual and Team work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
  4. Communication: Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.
  5. Project Management and Finance: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.
  6. Life-long Learning: Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in Independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change. 

(B)PROGRAMME SPECIFIC OUTCOMES (PSOs):

PSO-1: Professional skills:  Students shall have employable skills in using modern software tools like AutoCAD, Revit and Tekla.

PSO2: Competency:Students shall qualify at the State, National and International level competitive examination for employment, higher studies and research.

Consultancy

The civil Engineering Department offers various consultancy and testing works like:

  • Testing of Cement, Bricks, Aggregates, Cubes and Steel

  • Testing of Soils

  • Testing of water and wastewater

  • Design, Analysis and Drawing of Buildings.

List of Teaching Staff

S.No. Name of the Faculty Designation Qualification Experience in the college Total Experience No. of Research Publications
1 Dr. D.S.V. PRASAD PROFESSOR Ph.D. 19 21 103
2 Dr. GAJA LAKSHMI PROFESSOR Ph.D. 1 16 15
3 Mr. G.S.V. KARUNA SRI ASSOC. PROF. M.Tech. 3 6
4 Mr. CH. SIVANARAYANA ASST. PROF. M.E. 6 6 7
5 Mr. A. SRINIVAS ASST. PROF. M.Tech. 5 5 2
6 Mrs. SOWMYA RATNA PITCHIKA ASST. PROF. M.Tech. 3 3 3
7 Mr. B.N.S. MURALI KRISHNA ASST. PROF. M.Tech. 3 3 1
8 Mr. G. SIVAJI ASST. PROF. M.Tech. 3 3 1
9 Mr. P. SRIKANTH ASST. PROF. M.Tech. 2 2
10 Mr. R. SATISH KUMAR ASST. PROF. M.Tech. 2 2
11 Mr. B. HEMA PRASAD ASST. PROF. M.Tech. 2 2
12 Mr. P. NIRANJAN REDDY ASST. PROF. M.Tech. 2 2
13 Mr. B. RAVI SANKAR ASST. PROF. M.Tech. 1 1 1
14 Mr. M. RAMESH REDDY ASST. PROF. M.Tech. 1 4 1
15 Mr. M. PAVAN KUMAR ASST. PROF. M.Tech. 1 1
16 Ms. K.L.S.P. SHANTHI ASST. PROF. M.Tech. 1 1
17 Mrs. N.S.S. KUMARI ASST. PROF. M.Tech. 1 1
18 Ms. Y. PAVANI ASST. PROF. M.Tech. 1 1 1
19 Mr. G. VINOD KUMAR ASST. PROF. M.Tech. 1 1
20 Mr. M. ESWAR KUMAR ASST. PROF. M.Tech. 1 1
21 Mr. CH. ANIL KUMAR ASST. PROF. M.Tech. 1 1
22 Mr. T. SURESH REDDY ASST. PROF. M.Tech. 1 1 1
23 Mr. R. GOVIND ASST. PROF. M.Tech. 1 1
24 Mr. P. PRAMOD KUMAR REDDY ASST. PROF. M.Tech. 1 1
25 Mr. G. SONU KUMAR ASST. PROF. M.Tech. 1 1
26 Ms. K. SRIDEVI ASST. PROF. M.Tech. 1 1
27 Mr. R. KIRAN KUMAR ASST. PROF. M.Tech. 1 1
28 Mr. K. CROWN MOJES ASST. PROF. M.Tech. 1 1
29 Mr. B. RAMU ASST. PROF. M.Tech. 1 1
30 Mr. SHAIK MOHAMMED RAFI ASST. PROF. M.Tech. 1 1

DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL ENGINEERING PUBLICATIONS

INTERNATIONAL JOURNALS

i. Soibam Priyadarshini Devi, Dr. Konsam Rambha Devi, Dr DSV Prasad, Dr.GVR Prasada Raju(2015), “Study on Consolidation and Correlation with Index Properties Of Different Soils in Manipur Valley”, International Journal of Engineering Research and Development e-ISSN: 2278-067X, p-ISSN: 2278-800X, www.ijerd.com Volume 11, Issue 05 (May 2015), PP.57-63 57.

ii. T.D.V.Lakshmi, Dr. D.S.V. Prasad, Dr. M. AnjanKumar, Dr. G.V.R. Prasada Raju,(2015),”Stabilization of Industrial Waste Red-Mud With Cement”, International Journal of Research and Innovations in Earth Science- 2015; Volume 2,Issue 1,Issn(online):2394-1375.

iii. K.V.N. Mallikharjuna Rao, Dr. D.S.V. Prasad, Dr. M. AnjanKumar, Dr. G.V.R. Prasada Raju,(2015),”The Influence of Calcium Chloride on the Reinforced Marine Clay for Foundation Soil Beds”, International Journal of Applied Research 2015; 1(5 ): 247 – 252, ISSN Print: 2394-7500,ISSN Online:2394-5869,IJAR 2015; 1(5): 247-252,www.allresearchjournal.com

iv. H Venkateswarlu, N Janardhan Rao, J Chaitanya Kumar & Dr.DSV Prasad, (2015), “Strength Behaviour Of Marine Clay Treated With Rice Husk Ash”, International Journal Of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology, ISSN: 2277-9655, (I2OR), Publication Impact Factor: 3.785, (ISRA), Journal Impact Factor: 2.114, May, 2015pp.560-567.

v. H.Venkateswarlu, A.C.S.V Prasad, Dr. DSV Prasad & Dr.GVR Prasada Raju(2015),” Study on Behavior of Expansive Soil Treated With Quarry Dust“, ISSN: 2277-3754 ISO 9001:2008 Certified International Journal of Engineering and Innovative Technology (IJEIT) Volume 4, Issue 10, April 2015,pp.193-197.

vi. A Srinivas , DSV Prasad, , M AnjanKumar, GVR Prasada Raju, (2014) “Utilisation of Waste Materials in the Construction of Roads”, International Journal of Engineering Research and Development, e-ISSN: 2278-067X, p-ISSN: 2278-800X, www.ijerd.com,Volume 11, Issue 01 (January 2015), PP.55-62.

vii. A Srinivas , DSV Prasad, , M AnjanKumar, GVR Prasada Raju, (2014) “Strength Chracteristics of Gravel-Flyash Reinforced with Waste Fibers”, International Journal of Engineering and Applied Sciences (IJEAS), ISSN: 2394-3661, Volume 2, Issue 01 (January 2015), PP.5-8.

viii. Ch. Shivanarayana, T.Geeta Rani, Dr DSV Prasad and Dr.GVR Prasada Raju, (2014) “Strength Behaviour of Expansive Soil Treated with Tile Waste”, International Journal of Engineering Research and Development-ISSN: 2278-067X, p-ISSN: 2278-800X, www.ijerd.com,Volume 10, Issue 12 (December 2014), PP.52-57.

ix. BJ Sushma ,DSV Prasad, , M AnjanKumar, GVR Prasada Raju, (2014) “A Study on Strength of Reinforced Flyash with Randomly Distributed Fibers”, International Journal of Engineering Research and Development, e-ISSN: 2278-067X, p-ISSN: 2278-800X, www.ijerd.com,Volume 10, Issue 11 (November 2014), PP.69-76.

x. Dr. D. S. V. Prasad, Dr. T. Madhu, D. Naresh Kumar, T. Venkateswara Rao, P.L.N. Saroja, (2014),”An Experimental Study of Recycled Concrete with Polyporpylene Fiber”, International Journal of Innovative Research in Advanced Engineering (IJIRAE) ISSN: 2349-2163, Volume 1 Issue 7 (August 2014), Page -67-75.

xi. Dr. DSV Prasad,Venkateswarlu D., Dr. M. Anjan Kumar, Dr. G .V. R. Prasada Raju, and K. D. V. Prasada Raju,(2014),” Laboratory Study on Lime and Cement Treated Marine Clay Subgrade Flexible Pavements “,IOSR Journal of Mechanical and Civil Engineering (IOSR-JMCE) e-ISSN: 2278-1684,p-ISSN: 2320-334X, Volume X, Issue X Ver. I (Jan. 2014), PP 01-08. www.iosrjournals.org.

xii. Dr. DSV Prasad,Venkateswarlu D., Dr. M. Anjan Kumar and Dr. G .V. R. Prasada Raju,(2014), “A Study on the Lime – Cement Stabilized Marine Clay”, Asian Jr. of Microbiol. Biotech. Env. Sc. Vol. 16, No. (2): 2014 : 201-206,© Global Science Publications,ISSN-0972-3005, Article-36.

xiii. Dr. DSV Prasad and Prasada Raju. GVR,” Performance of Low Cost Material in the Pavement” International Journal of Engineering Research & Technology (IJERT), ISSN: 2278-0181 Vol. 1 Issue 5, July – 2012.

xiv. Dr. DSV Prasad and Prasada Raju. GVR.and M.Anjan Kumar,” Administration of Stabilized Flyash Stratum in Flexible Pavements” International Journal Civil and Environmental Research , ISSN #2224-5790(Online),Volume-2,No-1 2012.

xv. Dr. DSV Prasad, Prasada Raju. GVR & Anjan Kumar. M Kondayya, V.,” A Study on Flexible Pavement Performance with Reinforced Flyash Subbase”, International Journal of Earth Sciences and Engineering, ISSN 0974-5904,Volume 04, No-06 SPL,October2011,pp 94-99.

xvi. Dr. DSV Prasad and Prasada Raju. GVR.and M.Anjan Kumar,” Stabilisation of Lime-Cement Flyash layer at Subbase Level of Flexible Pavement”, Asian Journal of Microbiology, Biotechnology & Environmental Sciences, Aligarh, UP. ISSN #0972-3005, 2010, Issue-2.

xvii. Dr. DSV Prasad , Anjan Kumar.M and Prasada Raju.GVR, “Performance Evaluation of Stabilized Flyash Subbases” , ARPN Journal of Engineering and Applied Sciences, Vol. 5, No. 8, August- 2010, ISSN #1819-6608,pp. 50-57.

xviii. Dr. DSV Prasad and Prasada Raju.GVR,”Model Flexible Pavement Performance of Reinforced Gravel Subbase”,International Journal of Civil Engineering Research, Vol. 1 Number 1,(2010),pp.1-10.

xix. Dr. DSV Prasad , Anjan Kumar.M and Prasada Raju.GVR,”Behaviour of Reinforced Subbases on Expansive Soil Subgrades” Global Journal of Researches in Engineering,USA,ISSN#0975-5861, Vol. 10 Issue 1,April 2010,pp.1-8.

xx. Prasad. DSV, Prasada Raju. GVR and Anjan Kumar. M., “Strength and Deformation Properties of Reinforced Gravel with Waste Polymers”, International Journal of Emerging Technologies and Applications in Engineering Science, Technology and Sciences, (IJ-ETA-ETS), ISSN# 0974-3588, Volume-03, Issue-1, pp.402-406.

xxi. Dr. DSV Prasad , Prasada Raju.GVR, and Anjan Kumar.M, “Utilization of Industrial Waste in Flexible Pavement Construction”, Electronic Journal of Geotechnical Engineering (EJGE), Vol.14/D, 2009.

xxii. Dr. DSV Prasad and Prasada Raju.GVR, “Performance of Waste Tyre Rubber on Model Flexible Pavement” , ARPN Journal of Engineering and Applied Sciences, Vol. 4, No. 6, August- 2009, ISSN #1819-6608,pp. 89-92.

xxiii. Prasad. DSV and Prasada Raju. GVR.” Adaptability of Reinforced Flyash Subbase in Flexible Pavement Construction”, Asian Journal of Microbiology, Biotechnology & Environmental Sciences, Aligarh, UP. Volume-9, 2007, ISSN #0972-3005, pp, 899-906.

JOURNALS

i. Prasad. DSV, Anjan Kumar.M and Prasada Raju.GVR, “Geotechnical Behaviour of Flyash Reinforced with Industrial Waste”, Emerging Journal of Engineering Science and Technology, (EJEST), ISSN# 0974-2050,Fall Edition-2009,Volume-03,No-05,pp.1-9.

ii. Prasad.DSV, Prasada Raju.GVR, and Anjan Kumar.M, “Field Performance of Reinforced Subbases on Expansive soil Subgrades”, Emerging Journal on Engineering Science & Technology, (EJEST), Vol.-1, ISSN# 0974-2050, Spring Edition 2009, pp.16 – 23.

iii. Prasad. DSV, Prasada Raju. GVR & Ramana Murty.V” Use of Waste Material in Flexible Pavement System”, Journal of Civil Engineering, Institute of Engineers, Kolkata. IE (I) Journal- CV, August, 2008, Vol.89, pp. 31-35.

NATIONAL CONFERENCES

i. Prasad. D.S.V, Prasada Raju. G.V.R, Anjana Kumar. M, & T.Venkateswara Rao” Performance of Reinforced Coir Fiber In Gravel Subbase Laid on Expansive Soil Subgrade”, Indian Geotechnical Conference December 18-20, 2014, Kakinada (IGC-2014), pp. 1135-1140.

ii. Prasad. D.S.V, Prasada Raju. G.V.R, Anjana Kumar. M, & D.Venkateswaralu” Field Studies of Flexible Pavements Laid over Lime And Cement Treated Marine Clay Subgrade”, Indian Geotechnical Conference December 18-20, 2014, Kakinada (IGC-2014), pp. 1009-1015.

iii. Prasad. D.S.V, Prasada Raju. G.V.R, Anjana Kumar. M, & D.Venkateswaralu” Evaluation Studies of Model Flexible Pavements Laid on Different Marine Clay Subgrades”, Indian Geotechnical Conference December 18-20, 2014, Kakinada (IGC-2014), pp. 1159-1167.

iv. Prasad. D.S.V, Prasada Raju. G.V.R& Anjana Kumar. M,” Effect of Waste Materials in Pavement Construction”, Geotechnical Conference December 22-24, 2013, Roorkee.

v. Prasad. D.S.V, Prasada Raju. G.V.R, Anjana Kumar. M, & Kondayya.V” Performance Appraisal of Stabilized Flyash Subbases”, Geotechnical Conference December 13-15, IGC-2012, Delhi ((Paper No.B 246).

vi. Prasad. D.S.V, Prasada Raju. G.V.R, Anjana Kumar. M, & Kondayya.V, “Performance Evaluation of Different Subgrades on Flyash Reinforced Subbase”, Geotechnical Conference December 13-15, IGC-2012, Delhi (Paper No. K 1109).

vii. Prasad. D.S.V, Prasada Raju. G.V.R& Anjana Kumar. M,”Laboratory Performance of Different Reinforced Subbases on Sand Subgrades”, Fifth National Conference on Recent Advances in Civil Engineering, (RACE-2012), Nov 29-Dec 1, 2012, Kochi, India, pp. 103-106.

viii. Prasad. D.S.V, Prasada Raju. G.V.R, Anjana Kumar. M, & V Kondayya,”Evaluation of Different Reinforced Subbases on Expansive Soil Subgrade – A Laboratory Model Study”, Indian Geotechnical Conference December 15-17, 2011, Kochi (IGC-2011), Vol-1, pp. 727-730.

ix. Prasad. D.S.V, Prasada Raju. G.V.R, Anjana Kumar. M, Radhakrishnan. G. & Venkateswarlu.D, “Innovations in Ground Improvement Behaviour of Stabilized Flyash Subbases”, Indian Geotechnical Conference December 15-17, 2011, Kochi (IGC-2011), Paper No. H-057, Vol-1, pp. 372-374.

x. Prasad. D.S.V, Prasada Raju. G.V.R, Anjana Kumar. M, Radhakrishnan. G. & Venkateswarlu.D, “Consolidation Testing of Marine Clay Under an Embankment”, Indian Geotechnical Conference December 15-17, 2011, Kochi (IGC-2011), Paper No. H-057, Vol-II, pp. 1103-1104.

XI. Prasad. D.S.V, Prasada Raju. G.V.R, Anjana Kumar. M, & Kondayya.V” Behaviour of Flyash Reinforced Sub-bases on Expansive Soil Subgrades under Cyclic Loading”, Indian Geotechnical Conference – 2010, GEOtrendz December 16-18, 2010, IGS Mumbai Chapter & IIT Bombay (IGC-2010), Vol-1, pp. 727-730.

XII. Prasad. D.S.V, Prasada Raju. G.V.R, Anjana Kumar. M, & V Kondayya, “Innovative Techniques in Ground Improvement Laboratory Study on Stabilized Fly Ash Sub Bases”, Indian Geotechnical Conference – 2010, GEOtrendz December 16-18, 2010, IGS Mumbai Chapter & IIT Bombay (IGC-2010), Vol-1, pp. 621-622.

XIII. Prasad, D.S.V, Radha krishnan, G., Kumar, M. Anjan Raju, G.V.R. Prasada Raju,. & Venkateswarlu, D.,”Study of Consolidation Accelerated by Sand Drains”, Indian Geotechnical Conference – 2010, GEOtrendz, December 16-18, 2010, IGS Mumbai Chapter & IIT Bombay (IGC-2010), Vol-1, pp. 313-316.

xiv. Prasad. D.S.V, Prasada Raju. G.V.R & Anjana Kumar. M, “A Study on Strength Characteristics of Gravel – Flyash Reinforced With Randomly Distributed Fibers”, National Conference on “21st Century Emerging Trends in Civil Engineering Globe” (TCETCG), 03 – 04 September, 2010. SM07 – Dept.of Civil Engineering, KSRM College of Engineering, Kadapa, A.P.

XV. Prasad. D.S.V, Prasada Raju. G.V.R & Anjana Kumar. M, “Laboratory Study on Reinforced Gravel Subbases Laid on Different Subgrades”, National Conference on Civil Engineering for Infrastructural Development (CID-2010), Department of Civil Engineering, DYPCOE, Akurdi, , 30th and 31st August 2010,pp. 110-114.

xvi. Prasad. D.S.V, Prasada Raju. G.V.R & Anjana Kumar. M,”Laboratory Study on Reinforced Flyash Subbases”, Indian Geotechnical Conference-2009 (IGC-2009), RVR & JC College of Engineering, Guntur, December 17-19, Vol-1, pp. 366-370.

xvii. Prasad. D.S.V, Prasada Raju. G.V.R & Anjana Kumar. M, “Use of Stabilized Flyash Layer in Flexible Pavement Construction”, Indian Geotechnical Conference-2009 (IGC-2009), RVR & JC College of Engineering, Guntur, December 17-19, Vol-1, pp. 353-355.

xviii. Prasad. D.S.V ,Prasada Raju. G.V.R&Anjan Kumar.M,”Performance Evaluation of Reinforced Subbases”, Second Indian Young Geotechnical Engineers Conference – 2009, March 14-15,JNTU, Kakinada, pp. 111-116.

xix. Prasad. D.S.V & Prasada Raju. G.V.R, “Use of Low Cost Reinforcement Materials in Flexible Pavement Construction”, Indian Geotechnical Conference – 2008(IGC-2008), IISC, Bangalore. December 17-19, 2008, pp.218-221.

xx. Prasad. D.S.V & Prasada Raju. G.V.R, “Adoptability of Waste Plastics in Flexible Pavement Construction”, National Conference on Emerging Trends in Engineering & Technology, Sanjivani Vision-2008, College of Engineering, Kopargaon, Maharashtra, August 8-9, 2008, pp. 91-96.

xxi. Prasad. D.S.V & Prasada Raju. G.V.R,” Use of Waste Tyre Rubber in Flexible Pavement Construction”, National Conference on Recent Advances in Civil Engineering-2007,Bhubaneswar, March 1-2, 2007, pp. 225-228.

xxii. Prasad. D.S.V & Prasada Raju. G.V.R,” Use of Reinforced Flyash Layer in Model Flexible Pavement”, First Indian Young Geotechnical Engineers Conference – 2007, (FIYGEC-2007), JNTU, Hyderabad, March 2-3, 2007, pp. 155-158.

xxiii. Prasad, D.S.V & Prasada Raju. G.V.R.,”Use of Waste Plastics in Flexible Pavement Construction”. National Conference on Recent Advances & Trends in Civil Engineering (BITCON-2007), Bhilai House, Durg, March 16-17, 2007, pp. 111-115.

xxiv. Prasad, D.S.V & Prasada Raju. G.V.R., “Utilization of Industrial Waste in Road Construction”, National Conference on Water and Waste Management (NCWWM), JNT University, Kakinada, AP, April 23-24, 2007, pp. 305-311.

xxv. Prasad. D.S.V, Prasada Raju. G.V.R & Kiran Kumar. G.V.S,” Influence of Waste Tyre Rubber in Different Subbases of Model Flexible Pavement System“, CETIC, MS University, Vadodara, March 11-12, 2006.

xxvi. Prasad. D.S.V, Prasada Raju. G.V.R & Kiran Kumar. G.V.S,” Influence of Waste Plastics in Different Subbases of Model Flexible Pavement System”, National Conference on Corrective Engineering Practices in Troublesome Soils (CONCEPTS), JNT University, Kakinada, AP, July 8-9, 2006, pp. 137-140.

xxvii. Prasada Raju. G.V.R, Kiran Kumar. G.V.S & Prasad. D.S.V,”Influence of Reinforced Fly ash Layer as Subbase Course”, Indian Geotechnical Conference – 2006 (IGC-2006), IIT, Madras, Chennai, Vol-2, December 14-16, 2006,pp. 647-650.

xxviii. Prasad. D.S.V& Prasada Raju. G.V.R,”Use of Waste Material in Flexible Pavement Construction”, National Conference on Emerging Technologies in Civil Engineering for Sustainable Development, SRKR Engineering College, Bhimavaram, AP, December 27-29, 2006,pp. 31-43.

xxix. Prasad. DSV, Prasada Raju. GVR & Ramana Murty. V, “Influence of Reinforced Earth Layer on the Performance of Model Flexible Pavement”, Indian Geotechnical Conference-2005 (IGC-2005), Nirma University, Ahmadabad, December 17-19, Vol-2, pp. 223-226.

INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCES

i. Prasad. D.S.V, Prasada Raju. G.V.R, Anjana Kumar. M, & V Kondayya, “Strength Characteristics of Gravel-Flyash Materials Reinforced with Waste Tyre Rubber Chips”, 2nd International Conference on Advances in Engineering and Technology (ICAET2012), March 28 & 29, 2012, ISBN 978-1-4675-2245-8 © 2012 Published by the Coimbatore Institute of Information Technology

ii. Prasad. D.S.V., Prasada Raju. G.V.R and Anjan Kumar. M., “Expansive Soil Reinforced with Gravel Subbase – A Field Experiment”, International Conference on Earth Sciences and Engineering, (ICEE) – 2010, 21st August, 2010, pp-34 to 41.

iii. Prasad. D.S.V., Prasada Raju. G.V.R and Anjan Kumar. M., “Behaviour of Reinforced Subbases in Expansive Soil Subgrade”, International Symposium on Ground Improvement Technologies and Case Histories by C.F.Leung (ISGI-09), 9-11 December, 2009,Copyright@2009 by Research Publishing Services 978-981-08-3124-0.

iv. Prasad. D.S.V., Prasada Raju. G.V.R and Anjan Kumar. M., “Behaviour of Reinforced Subbases in Flexible Pavement System”, International Conference on Infrasture Development on Expansive Soils (INDEX-2009), August 27-29, 2009, pp-225 to 235.

v. Prasad. D.S.V & Prasada Raju. G.V.R,” Evaluation of Different Reinforced Subbases on Expansive Soil Subgrades”,12 th International Conference of International Association for Computer Methods and Advances in Geo-mechanics (IACMAG), October 1-6, 2008 Goa, India,pp.3621-3627.

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Alumni

S.No Regd.No Year Name Company
1 09221A0101 2013 Narendra MEIL
2 09221A0106 2013 Chakravarthy Central Railway, L&T, IBM
3 09221A0107 2013 Mohan krishna MEIL
4 09221A0108 2013 Benarjee MEIL
5 09221A0110 2013 Shanumukha reddy MEIL
6 09221A0111 2013 Satyanarayana Mold-Tek Technologies
7 09221A0114 2013 Rama lakshmi MS
8 09221A0118 2013 Vinod VNCPL P LTD
9 09221A0120 2013 Soma sundar reddy MEIL
10 09221A0121 2013 Pavan kumar MEIL (OFF CAMPUS)
11 09221A0123 2013 Raj sekhar UNDER LOCAL CONTRACTOR
12 09221A0125 2013 Bhagyaraj SPOORTINA EXIM PVT LTD
13 09221A0129 2013 Mahesh babu MEIL
14 09221A0131 2013 Durga kishore NIT
15 09221A0133 2013 Srikanth VIT UNIVERSITY
16 09221A0138 2013 Vijaya chandini AP R&B
17 09221A0139 2013 Satish kumar VIT UNIVERSITY
18 09221A0146 2013 Nayeem MEIL (Off Campus)
19 09221A0148 2013 Shanmukha MEIL (On Campus)
20 09221A0149 2013 Gayathri bhavani UNDER LOCAL CONTRACTOR
21 09221A0150 2013 Sudheer MEIL
22 10225A0101 2013 Lakshmi Jnanamba Asst Professor (BVCITS)
23 10225A0103 2013 Anand Kishore NHAI

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