The department boasts a distinguished faculty team as well as a lab facilities. Our students have consistently performed well in Anna University tests, securing Anna University rankings year after year.
The Civil Department is one of the key departments with the goal of producing world-class students with great analytical, communication, team-building, and ethical behaviour, as well as the capacity to operate in a variety of settings. The department of civil engineering’s educational courses are meant to foster innovative knowledge and critical problem-solving thinking in budding engineers in order to prepare them for future difficulties.
Conferences, workshops, short-term courses, seminars, and skill and training are all common activities for the department.
To develop competitive and inventive civil engineers who will contribute technology to society's long-term growth.
1.To uphold civil engineering's great tradition via high-quality education, research, consulting, and public service.
2.To encourage young engineers to think creatively and innovatively in order to meet future difficulties.
Graduates will have fundamental technical understanding in their field and will be able to contribute to the advancement of numerous civil engineering disciplines such as structural engineering, construction management, and environmental engineering through continued education.
Graduates will be able to apply science foundations (mathematics, physics, and chemistry) to engineering and will be able to collaborate with multi-disciplinary professionals to assess, plan, and implement projects in the field to solve new technical difficulties.
By comprehending current industrial concerns, graduates will demonstrate good communication, leadership, problem-solving, and decision-making abilities, as well as contribute to overall personality and career development.
Graduates will be academically proficient, with a portion of our graduates pursuing higher education and participating in research and development in various disciplines of civil engineering.
Graduates must be socially accountable and ensure long-term development through lifelong learning.
PO1: Engineering knowledge: Solve complicated engineering problems using knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering basics, and an engineering specialism.
PO2: Problem analysis: Identify, formulate, study research material, and analyse complex engineering problems using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences to obtain justified findings.
PO3: Design/development of solutions: Design solutions for complex technical challenges and system components or processes that meet the given requirements while taking into account public health and safety, as well as cultural, socioeconomic, and environmental factors.
PO4: Conduct investigations of complex problems: To give valid results, use research-based knowledge and research methodologies such as experiment design, data analysis and interpretation, and information synthesis.
PO5: Modern tool usage: Create, choose, and apply relevant methodologies, resources, and current engineering and IT technologies to complex engineering processes, including prediction and modelling, while keeping in mind the restrictions.
PO6: Society and the Engineer: Assess societal, health, safety, legal, and cultural issues, as well as the duties associated with professional engineering activity, using reasoning informed by contextual knowledge.
PO7: Environment and sustainability: Demonstrate knowledge of, and need for, sustainable development by understanding the impact of professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts.
PO8: Ethics: Apply ethical concepts and adhere to engineering practice’s professional ethics, duties, and conventions.
PO9: Individual and teamwork: Work effectively as an individual, as well as as a member or leader in a variety of teams and multidisciplinary situations.
PO10: Communication: Communicate well with the engineering community and society at large on complicated engineering operations, such as being able to grasp and create effective reports and design documentation, give and receive clear directions.
PO11: Finance and project management: Demonstrate knowledge and comprehension of engineering and management principles and how to apply them to one’s own work, as a team member and leader, to manage projects, and in interdisciplinary settings.
PO12: Life-long learning: Recognize the necessity for autonomous and life-long learning in the broader context of technological change, and have the preparation and ability to engage in it.
Ability to evaluate and design various structural components using engineering fundamentals.
Capable of adapting to changing industry needs and producing green concepts for a variety of applications.
Capable of appreciating the importance of Civil Engineering solutions in a societal, economic, and environmental context.