Department of Civil Engineering always greets inquisitive learners to shape their career. We are growing department with an outstanding faculty, the state of the art technology & innovation in education. Our commitments to quality undergraduate teaching provide a solid foundation for those seeking to become well-prepared, talented, and indispensable professionals.
- The department offers a course on the bachelor’s degree in civil engineering & master’s degree in Transportation Engineering. The course is approved by AICTE and affiliated to GTU with intake of 180 – bachelor’s degree & 24 in master’s degree.
- Department provides world-class infrastructure with state of the art labs with modern instruments.
- Department has “Civilyonics Club“ to meet the desire of inquisitive learners and young entrepreneurs to improve their skills & confidence with involvement in technical and nontechnical activities.
- The department also works on innovation in education for easy and reliable education system with involvement of the students and faculties.
About the Department
- 2012 Established with an intake of 60 students
- 2014 Intake was increased to 120 students
- 2016 intake was increased to 180 students
- The department had signed MOU with Khodiyar Cad Center – Autodesk.
- Best practices at the department
- Course plan, lecture notes, Laboratory manuals, tutorial & assignments.
- Expert & Guest Lectures
- Use of AV aids & digital media
- The student-centric approach in teaching
- Academic freedom to faculties for implementing innovative ideas in teaching learning methodologies & Research for the Student perspective.
- Regular quality assessment through weekly test, Mid-Semester test.
- Project work and industrial training for practical knowledge enhancement.
We will actively promotes and encourages the students to excel in Civil Engineering and become competent professionals in the field to contribute in the development of the region and the nation at large by administering quality teaching, assigning socially relevant projects and research work apart from skill development programs for lifelong learners
To achieve excellence in Civil Engineering education, research and continuous learning for creating competent professionals and resources for the society.
Civil engineering is associated with the human life. This branch provides the shelter to the human life, useful structures and mode of transportation. Civil engineers are playing a vital role to create these structures for society. In this regards human values and ethics are the most important values should be in Civil engineer with the skill for better future of the society.
- Provide fundamental knowledge of the civil engineering, science and mathematics for the solution of the Civil engineering problems to the students.
- Provide the knowledge of the modern software, techniques and modeling to identify, analyze the complex problems, limitations and design the structures.
- Analyze and design the complex problems and structures to meet the need of the industries and society with consideration of health, safety, social, environment and ethical principles.
- Provide a research environment to identify the problems in the industries and in the field of Civil engineering with the knowledge of mathematics, science to reduce the gap between the academic and industries.
- Prepare the professionals with ethical principles, to understand environment impact, health and safety in context of professional engineering practices.
- Develop leadership quality and spirit of work in team with multi-tasking and multidisciplinary branches effectively.
- Prepare the professional with good communication skills in context of engineering activities with society at large extent to comprehend and prepare effective reports and design more effective with the knowledge of engineering and management principles.
- Prepare professions to recognize the need of society and able to be independent lifelong learner with modern technology.
Civil engineering students are able to:
- Apply fundamental technical knowledge and skill to find solutions in the various field of civil engineering.
- Analyze, design and formulate various structures and solve civil engineering problems.
- Professional practice with ethical principles as a team member or individual with implementation of sustainable and ecofriendly technologies.
- Able to do research and development in the field of civil engineering for the benefit of the society and industry.
Civil engineering is the oldest branch of engineering which is growing right from the stone age of civilization. American society of civil engineering defines civil engineering as the profession in which a knowledge of the mathematical and physical sciences gained by study, experience and practice is applied with judgment to develop ways to utilize economically the materials and forces of the nature for the progressive well being of man.
A career as a civil engineer offers several lucrative job avenues in both public & private sector. Some popular options include consulting firms, railways, defense force, and municipal corporations.
Due to increase in the scope of civil engineering with the passage of time, it has now got diversified into many branches of study. Some of the significant ones include…..
- Building materials
- Building construction
- Structural engineering
- Geotechnical engineering
- Hydraulics, water resources and irrigation engineering
- Water supply and sanitary engineering
- Environmental engineering
- Transportation engineering
- Town planning and architecture
- Estimation and specification
- Management techniques
Civil engineering is the branch which involves a very vast scope to work in the various aspects.
|Sr. No.||Name of Faculty||Specialization||Experience||Photograph|
|1||Prof. Hemant G. Sonkusare(HOD)||M.Tech Structural Dyanamics & Earthquake Engineering||10 years|
|2||Prof. Madhukant R. Bhatt(Emeritus )||M.Tech Transportation||40 years|
|3||Prof. Hardik P. Pujara||M.E. Water Resource Management||5 years|
|4||Prof.Mayank M. Parekh||M.E. Structural Engineering||3.5 years|
|5||Prof.Asaraf M. Mathakiya||M.E. Transportation Engineering||4 years|
|6||Prof.Hiren D. Ramani||M.E. Construction Engineering & Management||3.5 years|
|7||Prof.Akshay B. Ardeshana||M.E. Construction Engineering & Management||3.5 years|
|8||Prof.Rahul M. Kasundra||M.E. Transportation Engineering||4 years|
|9||Prof.Prashant H. Lakkad||M.E. Transportation Engineering||4 years|
|10||Prof. Mayursinh B. Jadeja||M.E. Transportation Engineering||3.5 years|
|11||Prof.Jiten B. Thaker||M.E. Structural Engineering||3.5 years|
|12||Prof.Tejas H. Raviya||M.E. Structural Engineering||2.5 years|
|13||Prof. Devang M. Sarvaiya||M.E. Structural Engineering||2.5 years|
|14||Prof.Pratik D. Viramgama||M.E. Structural Engineering||2 years|
|15||Prof.Dhairya C. Rajdev||M.E. Structural Engineering||2 years|
|16||Prof. Kishan K. Dattani||M.Tech Structure||2 years|
|17||Prof.Siddhi H. Bhamani||M.Tech Environmental Engineering||2 years|
|18||Prof. Jimit H. Rupani||M.Tech Geotechnical Engineering||4 months|
1) TOURNAMENT :- Open Doubles Tennis Tournament
- DATE :- 6/1/2017 TO 8/1/2017
- VENUE :- Summair Club, Jamnagar
- PARTENER NAME :- Jaydeep Chudasama
- STATUS :- Champions
- PRIZES :- Cash Price of Worth 4000 rs…!!
2) TOURNAMENT :- Open Saurashtra Volleyball ( Shooting ) Tournament
- DATE :- 1/2/2017 TO 2/2/2017
- VENUE :- Dhanduka
- PLAYERS NAME :- Paresh Bhai, Kanti Bhai, Arpit Fultariya, Dilip Bhai, Bhavin Bhai
- STATUS :- Champions
- PRIZES :- Cash Price of Worth 11,000 rs…!! and Trophy
3) TOURNAMENT :- Open Kadvapatel Volleyball ( Shooting ) Tournament
- DATE :- 7/2/2017 TO 8/2/2017
- VENUE :- Gathila Temple
- PLAYERS NAME :- Paresh Bhai, Mukesh bhai, Arpit Fultariya, Bhavin Bhai(Nano), Bhavin Bhai ( Moto )
- STATUS :- Champions
- PRIZES :- Trophy
4) TOURNAMENT :- Open Saurashtra Volleyball ( Shooting ) Tournament
- DATE :- 25/2/2017 TO 26/2/2017
- VENUE :- Mountain Police Headquaters , Rajkot
- PLAYERS NAME :- Paresh Bhai, Jaffer Bhai , Arpit Fultariya, Dilip Bhai, Janak Bhai
- STATUS :- Runners up , I declare the best player of the Tournament ..
- PRIZES :- Trophy
- Cash Price :- 1000 rs
5) TOURNAMENT :- Open Saurashtra Volleyball ( Shooting ) Tournament
- DATE :-10 /2017 TO 11/2/2017
- VENUE :- Tankara
- PLAYERS NAME :- Paresh Bhai, Bhavin Bhai (Moto), Arpit Fultariya, Dilip Bhai, Janak Bhai, Bhavin Bhai (Nano)
- STATUS :- Runners up ,
- PRIZES :- Trophy
(6) TOURNAMENT :- 34 Major Echaysteel Tennis Tournament
- DATE :-23 /2017 TO 26/2/2017
- VENUE :- Harvey Officers Club
- PLAYERS NAME :- Arpit Fultariya, Jaydeep Chudasama, Jeet savsani, Jay Dadhania
- STATUS :- Champions
- PRIZES :- Trophy & Fast-track Tourist Bag
7) GTU Techfest (Central)
- Date: 11/03/2016
- Name: Gohil Karamdeepsinh
- Venue: VGEC
- Status: 1st Rank in URBANISME
8) GTU Techfest (Zonal)
- Date: 26/02/2016- 27/02/2016
- Name: Gohil Karamdeepsinh
- Venue: MEFGI RAJKOT
- Status: 1st Rank in AAVAS
9) GTU Techfest 2014
- Date: 28/03/2014- 29/02/2014
- Name: Gohil Karamdeepsinh
- Venue: VVP Engineering College, RAJKOT
- Status: 2nd Rank in Mohen-jp-Dado
10) GTU Techfest (Central)
- Date: 04/04/2014-05/04/2014
- Name: Gohil Karamdeepsinh
- Venue: L.D.College ahmedabad
- Status: 1st Rank in Heaven-n-hell
|Sr.||Title of Research Paper||Name of Faculty||Designation||Link to the Paper Published||Brief Description of the Research|
|1||quantifying the soil flexibility effect for elevated storage reservoir by pushover analysis||Mr. Jiten B. Thaker||Assistant Professor||http://www.ijser.org/onlineResearchPaperViewer.aspx?QUANTIFYING-THE-EFFECT-OF-SOIL-FLEXIBILITY-FOR-ELEVATED-STORAGE-RESERVOIR-BY-PUSHOVER-ANALYSIS.pdf||Since last some years the structures is getting critical damage during the earthquake because of the absence of the calculation of soil flexibility during the analysis and design. The main objective of this study is to compare the time period, maximum displacement, base shear and performance point of an elevated water tank with various height.|
|2||Identification of accident prone stretches in Urban area: A case study of Rajkot city||Mr.Praful Shinkar||Assistant Professor||http://www.ijsrd.com/articles/IJSRDV4I21768.pdf||This study is of better relevance in this context for mitigating accident problems on city roadsThrough systematic identification, analysis and measure of accident prone stretches. Based on Accident Severity Index(ASI) method the top most three accident pronestretches are identified.|
|3||Economic Assessment of Flyover- A case study of Rajkot city||Mr.Praful Shinkar||Assistant Professor||http://www.ijsrd.com/articles/IJSRDV4I11098.pdf||This research study therefore, would be part of extensive studies that was undertaken to determine effects of flyover construction to the way of life of the motorists and commuters, and in general travelling public. In addition, this is to make them aware of the advantages and dis-advantages that it may bring to their everyday life of activity. To reduce traffic congestion at an at -grade intersection near a big city, one method is construction a flyover bridge at the old junction in two directions on one of the main roads.|
|4||Design of integrated storm water drainage system of rural road||Mr.Praful Shinkar||Assistant Professor||http://www.ijsrd.com/articles/IJSRDV4I30863.pdf||There is insufficient drainage facilities which could not passing through it. By collecting the last 10 years rainfall data thus we can measure the intensity of water flowing. There is the Chainage data which have every specific distance with water flow level. At high flow level there is need to provide efficient drainage system. Using this information, calculate the water flow discharge and make the design of culvert at the specific area. Another option is to remove surface water by permeable pavement surface at shoulder. Which drain out the surface water to subgrade.|
|5||Planning and design of proposed bypass road connecting kalawad road to gondal road, Rajkot using Autodesk 3D software||Mr.Praful Shinkar||Assistant Professor||http://www.ijsdr.org/papers/IJSDR1605088.pdf||The development of effective road transport system is primary need of any developing country. Also provision of new road network is essential for developing countries to carry out its transportation functions smoothly as with increasing traffic volume urban and non- urban roads reach to their saturation level with passage of time. So for this job the best available Highway Geometric Design Software must be used for designing of road. Keeping this in view we have used Autodesk Civil 3D Software for the geometric design of the proposed bypass road of Rajkot, Gujarat to provide its geometric design.|
|6||A study on rural road widening project based on prediction of traffic volume-A case study on Rajkot morbi state highway 24||Mr.Praful Shinkar||Assistant Professor||http://www.ijsrd.com/articles/IJSRDV4I30092.pdf||In this paper road inventory data and traffic volume survey has been carried out, maximum PCU/Day of three days traffic volume survey is 25843. And IRC: 64-1990 “guideline for the capacity of rural road” is recommended for 2 lane rural road is 15000 PCU/day. So the data was compared with IRC: 64 -1990, and the road widening has been justified the Rajkot Morbi state highway 24 is needed to widen|
|7||Planning of basic pedestrian facilities at selected intersection of Rajkot city||Mr.Praful Shinkar||Assistant Professor||http://www.grdjournals.com/uploads/conference/GRDCF/001/099/GRDCF001099.pdf||Now a day’s municipal corporation and government are focusing in the area of effective transportation facilities for road user. The pedestrian facilities are observed poor in some of the areas in Rajkot city such as Hospital Chowk etc. In this work, basic pedestrian traffic planning is taking for improve and effective pedestrian facilities at these intersections. By using the various types of traffic surveys, to check the pedestrian facilities and its behavior.|
|8||Assessment of delay on arterial corridor for mixed vehicle-a case study of Rajkot west zone||Mr.Praful Shinkar||Assistant Professor||http://www.ijsrd.com/articles/IJSRDV4I30487.pdf||The all work is carried out at micro level so that the clear perception can be made how the travel is actually impacting on the qualities on the service corridors. The Travel behavior is very much affected by the adjoining land use and socio-economic characteristics.|
|9||Improving crew scheduling of Mass Transport System: A case study of Rajkot City||Mr.Praful Shinkar||Assistant Professor||http://www.ijsdr.org/papers/IJSDR1605059.pdf||In every transportation system there are a number of regulations related to the crew scheduling like maximum work hour, least layover time, trip duration, peak hour factor, idle time, break period, etc. There are many problems coming during preparation of bus driver scheduling. For which the independence constrain for the development of mathematical model of such scheduling problem is developed.|
|10||Structural Evaluation of Flexible pavement by Using Benkelman Beam Deflection Technique : A case study of Rajkot-Morbi SH 24||Mr.Praful Shinkar||Assistant Professor||http://library.atmiya.net:8080/dspace/bitstream/handle/123456789/2717/Strneghtening%20and%20Widening%20of%20Flexible%20Pavement_140030713010.pdf?sequence=1&isAllowed=y||In this paper road inventory data and traffic volume survey has been carried out, maximum PCU/Day of three days traffic volume survey is 25843. And IRC: 64-1990 “guideline for the capacity of rural road” is recommended for 2 lane rural road is 15000 PCU/day. So the data was compared with IRC: 64 -1990, and the road widening has been justified the Rajkot Morbi state highway 24 is needed to widen|
|11||Study on Position of Outrigger System in Tall Structure||Mr. Mayank M. Parekh||Assistant Professor||www.jetir.org/view?paper=JETIR1605042||A 3D F.E.M. models have been arranged and analysis have been performed for Different location of outrigger System. Reduction in lateral deflections is compared to a model without Outrigger system. Previous study also shows that outriggers are also capable of reducing the inter story drifts in composite buildings. At the end of Analysis, we found that, by using outrigger and belt truss deflection is reduced, Time period also get reduce which leads to increase in natural frequency of the structure. Graphical representations for Deflection is shown for All different heights of models which are 40-Storey, 60-Storey and 80-Storey.|
|12||Box jacking -as beneficial construction tool : problems & remedies||Mr. Hiren D. Ramani||Assistant Professor||https://www.researchgate.net/publication/280777517_BOX_JACKING_-AS_BENEFICIAL_CONSTRUCTION_TOOL_PROBLEMS_REMEDIES||Box jacking is a well-established means of engineering culverts or tunnels under rail embankments or waterways to accommodate road or rail traffic. It is a way of overcoming or circumventing geophysical impediments in order to build a road or rail networks. Many tunnels of note around the world have been built using the box jacking process and though technology has improved greatly in recent times the engineering capacity has been around for quite a while. From a technical viewpoint the box jacking process begins with the excavation of a launch area or sink pit where a secure backdrop can be constructed to facilitate the hydraulic jacking rams that will push the precast concrete box sections into place.|
|13||A review of eco friendly blocks production by using kota stone chips||Mr. Hiren D. Ramani||Assistant Professor||https://www.researchgate.net/publication/294343769_A_REVIEW_OF_ECO_FRIENDLY_BLOCKS_PRODUCTION_BY_USING_KOTA_STONE_CHIPS||This paper describes the literature which is based on concrete blocks and concrete in which industrial waste like kota stone chips, kota stone sludge and granite chips are partially replaced by aggregates and cement in concrete or in concrete blocks. This paper provides a review of research era in the area of concrete blocks.|
|14||Experimental Investigation on Replacement of Aggregates by Kota Stone Chips In Solid Concrete Block||Mr. Hiren D. Ramani||Assistant Professor||https://www.researchgate.net/publication/303608299_Experimental_Investigation_on_Replacement_of_Aggregates_by_Kota_Stone_Chips_In_Solid_Concrete_Block||The main objective of this investigation is to increase the compressive strength of concrete blocks and decrease the cost of concrete blocks by replacing aggregates with the Kota stone chips.|
|15||Experimental Investigation on Replacement of Aggregates by granite chips In Solid Concrete Block||Mr. Hiren D. Ramani||Assistant Professor||http://matjournals.in/index.php/JoST/article/view/1289||The study provides the alternative to use of granite waste in construction industry, which would reduce both environmental impacts and the production cost of the concrete blocks. The main objective of this investigation is to increase the compressive strength of concrete blocks and decrease the cost of concrete blocks by replacing aggregates with the Granite chips.|
|16||A parametric study on properties of selfcompacting concrete using recycled coarse aggregate||Mr. Tejas H. Raviya||Assistant Professor||http://www.jetir.org/view?paper=JETIR1606013||The mix design was carried out for M-30 and M-35 grade of concrete. The experimental results shows that the compressive strength, flexural strength and split tensile strength is higher than the use of Recycled coarse aggregate and the strength of SCC decreases with an increase rate of replacement percentage of recycled aggregate (RA). The present study recommends SCC marginally achieves required compressive strength up to 40% replacement of RCA.|
|17||A Critical Review on Self Compacting Concrete Using Recycled Coarse Aggregate||Mr. Tejas H. Raviya||Assistant Professor||https://www.google.co.in/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=web&cd=3&cad=rja&uact=8&ved=0ahUKEwi5yI2ajcbTAhWMOI8KHRmJCCAQFgg-MAI&url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.iosrjournals.org%2Fiosr-jmce%2Fpapers%2Fvol13-issue1%2FVersion-5%2FC013151420.pdf&usg=AFQjCNFv2m978yGoA37m12_D8-iQZSHcrA||The mix design was carried out for M-30 and M-35 grade of concrete. The experimental results shows that the compressive strength, flexural strength and split tensile strength is higher than the use of Recycled coarse aggregate and the strength of SCC decreases with an increase rate of replacement percentage of recycled aggregate (RA). The present study recommends SCC marginally achieves required compressive strength up to 40% replacement of RCA.|
|18||Enrichment In Durability of Concrete By Insertion of Bacillious Pesturi Bacteria||Mr. Akshay B. Ardeshana||Assistant Professor||http://matjournals.in/index.php/JoST/article/view/1300||The use of a biological approach in concrete is also considered as a green technology as its production does not involve greenhouse gas emission. Therefore, bacterial induced Calcium Carbonate (Calcite) precipitation has been proposed as an alternative and environmentally friendly way for improvement of strength and durability of concrete. Different proportions of 105, 106, 107, 108 and 109 cells/ml concentration was added in concrete and durability was tested by NaCl water (5% by weight). Results indicates improvement in durability of concrete after inclusion of bacteria. And this can be a very significant change in the durability related properties of concrete.|
|19||Improvement in compressive strength of concrete by inclusion of bacillious pesturi bacteria||Mr. Akshay B. Ardeshana||Assistant Professor||http://ijaresm.net/Pepar/VOLUME_2/ISSUE_12/2.pdf||use of these Bio mineralogy concepts in concrete leads to potential invention of new material called ―Bacterial Concrete. And this paper represents that how inclusion of bacteria in concrete affects compressive strength of concrete. Different proportions of 105, 106, 107, 108and 109 cells/ml concentration were added in concrete and compressive strength was tested. Results indicate improvement in compressive strength of concrete after inclusion of bacteria.|
|20||A critical literature review on gainful utilization of bacteria in construction industry||Mr. Akshay B. Ardeshana||Assistant Professor||https://www.researchgate.net/publication/294343929_A_CRITICAL_LITERATURE_REVIEW_ON_GAINFUL_UTILIZATION_OF_BACTERIA_IN_CONSTRUCTION_INDUSTRY||This paper represents the various critical literature reviews on the various papers related to bacterial concrete and enlightens the effect of these bacterial micro-organisms on the concrete and other construction area. An attempt will make to use these bacterial concrete in the direction of rural road rigid road pavement construction.|
|21||Tunnels and tunneling operations: introduction to old and new era||Mr. Akshay B. Ardeshana||Assistant Professor||https://www.researchgate.net/publication/280777431_TUNNELS_AND_TUNNELING_OPERATIONS_INTRODUCTION_TO_OLD_AND_NEW_ERA||This paper provides information on tunnels and various tunneling operations involved to make tunnel and also provide information related to old methods of tunneling and new methods of tunneling using ultramodern technology. Some case studies are also there related to the modern technology used tunnel construction.|
|22||Causes of Delay in Construction of Bridge Girders||Mr. Keval J. Shah||Assistant Professor||http://www.iosrjournals.org/iosr-jmce/papers/vol12-issue1/Version-4/B012140812.pdf||This paper presents the causes of Delay occurring on an ongoing bridge construction project with respect to construction of bridge girders of three spans of a Major bridge across river Sabarmati, Gandhinagar, Gujarat as a case study|
|23||Use of Marble Powder and Fly Ash in Self Compacting Concrete||Mr.Kishan P.Pala||Assistant Professor||http://www.ijirst.org/articles/IJIRSTV1I12133.pdf||The main objective of study is the behavior of SCC with marble powder and fly ash and understand the effect on fresh property, Harden property and Durability and also investigate the compatibility of marble powders in SCC along with chemical admixture such as super plasticizers and also Considerable enhancement in fluidity, hardened property and Durability of SCC by substitution of cement by Marble powder and Fly ash.|
|24||Delay Estimation and Development of Model for urban arterial road||Mr. Prashant Lakkad||Assistant Professor||http://www.ijsrd.com/articles/IJSRDV4I30736.pdf||Based on the delay estimation, model will develop by compiling data related to average control delay at intersection, delay on route, classified volume count and space mean speed. Regression based model is developed for estimation of stop control delay at intersection and average travel time time delay along the route. Then model is validated on basis of different statistical test and give some limitation of particular model.|
|25||A survey on suitainbility and use of ggbf in civil engineering applications||Ms. Manorama A. mishra||Assistant Professor||http://www.ijaerd.com/papers/finished_papers/A%20SURVEY%20ON%20SUITAINBILITY%20AND%20USE%20OF%20GGBF%20IN%20CIVIL%20ENGINEERING%20APPLICATIONS14947.pdf||The partially use of GGBF in fresh concrete will increase the workability, and increase the setting time of concrete which decrease the risk of shrinkage in mass concreting work. Crease compressive strength and durability of structure. It also shows improved performance against sulphate attacks, chloride attacks,alkali silica attacks, andincrease corrosion resistance of reinforcement in marine construction. Use of GGBF has remained beneficial in hot atmosphere. GBFF is useful for soil stabilization in black cotton soil. It also Increase the shear strength of soil.|
|26||Study of improved performance of aertaed autoclave concrete block using ggbf||Ms. Manorama A. mishra||Assistant Professor||http://www.ijaerd.com/papers/finished_papers/IJAERDV03I0512560.pdf||In this study the replace the Ground Granulated Blast Furnace slag with cement as various amount up to 70%. The Aerated Autoclave concrete block were prepare with a Dry Density of 580.77 Kg./ m3 and Compressive strength 4.82 MPa. Increasing percentage of GGBF replace cement is also decreasing the Water Absorption and Drying Shrinkage capacities of the Aerated Autoclave Concrete Block.|
|27||Investigation on effect of filler on ageing behaviour of paving grade bitumen||Mr. Ashraf Mathakiya||Assistant Professor||http://ijariie.com/AdminUploadPdf/Review_of_Effect_of_Fillers_on_Aging_Behaviour_of_Paving_Grade_Bitumen_ijariie4018.pdf||This review paper carried outon the present studied to examine the effect of aging on bitumen binder using different filler materials. Studies have shown that the neat bitumen binder has more aging effect than modified bitumen.|
|28||A study on rural road widening project based on prediction of traffic volume-A case study on Rajkot morbi state highway 24||Mr. Ashraf Mathakiya||Assistant Professor||http://www.ijsrd.com/articles/IJSRDV4I30092.pdf||In this paper road inventory data and traffic volume survey has been carried out, maximum PCU/Day of three days traffic volume survey is 25843. And IRC: 64-1990 “guideline for the capacity of rural road” is recommended for 2 lane rural road is 15000 PCU/day. So the data was compared with IRC: 64 -1990, and the road widening has been justified the Rajkot|
|29||performance evaluation of RMTS bus routes by using multi criteria method||Assistant Professor||http://www.ijsrd.com/articles/IJSRDV4I30559.pdf||The MCDM tool which can deal with both qualitative and quantitative factors is Analytical Hierarchy Process (AHP). In this study 5 RMTS bus routes out of 45 RMTS bus routes have been taken. Considering all mentioned performance indicators, the develops system prioritized all five routes from best to worst.|
|30||Feeder route between kamrej to surat station : an alternate to GSRTC route||Ms. Purti Solanki||Assistant Professor||http://www.ijaerd.com/papers/finished_papers/IJAERDV03I0529661.pdf||GSRTC served major facility to travelling in Surat. Purpose of the study is to suggest GSRTC to provide feeder bus on Surat station to Kamrej station route to save travel time, reduce journey length, reduce delay and provide Economic and more facilitate way to transport.|
|31||“Assessment of service quality on arterial corridor for mixed vehicle “a case study of rajkot west zone”||Ms.priyanka A Mehta||Assistant Professor||http://www.ijsrd.com/articles/IJSRDV4I30487.pdf||The all work is carried out at micro level so that the clear perception can be made how the travel is actually impacting on the qualities on the service corridors. The Travel behavior is very much affected by the adjoining land use and socio-economic characteristics.|
|32||Effect of ceramic waste powder in self compacting concrete properties||Mr. Pratik D. Viramgama||Assistant Professor||http://www.jetir.org/view?paper=JETIR1606011||Industrial waste ceramic waste powder would be used in self-compacting concrete. Primary aim of this study is to substitute the cement with ceramic waste powder by 0%,5%,10%,15%,20%,25%,30% and Fly ash|
|33||Evaluation of Modified bituminous concrete mix developed using paraffin wax||Ashraf M. Mathakiya||Assistant Professor||http://ijaerd.com/PapersDetails.php?rqds=43304||Bituminous materials are extensively used for pavement construction, primarily because of their excellent binding characteristics, water proofing properties and relatively low cost But In bitumen concrete mix the strength of bitumen concrete depends on all the constituent materials that are used in the mix design i.e. bitumen, coarse aggregate, fine aggregate and filler. Above all the bitumen concrete are prepared by bitumen and mineral aggregate. In this study based on Marshall mix design of bituminous concrete with additives Paraffin wax with different contents like 0.5%, 1.5%, 2%. The Marshall test performing in two ways without additive and with additives like paraffin wax. The result shows that paraffin wax increases the Marshall stability of bitumen mixture.|
|34||Effect of Warm Mix Additive on the Performance of Bituminous Mix||Ashraf M. Mathakiya||Assistant Professor||http://ijsrd.com/Article.php?manuscript=IJSRDV6I20066||Asphalt industries expend a lot of powers and discharge contamination gases into the climate. Warm blend black-top is the most perceived approach to limit these negative effects, which have offered ascend to various issues identified with their execution and the materials utilized. WMA innovation permits the blending, set down, and compaction Asphalt blends at fundamentally bring down temperatures contrasted with Hot Mix Asphalt (HMA). The innovation can lessen creation temperatures by as much as 30 percent. The present examination explores the impacts of two unique sorts of warm blend black-top added substances on the properties of black-top fasteners and blends. In this examination consistency review bitumen VG-30 is considered and two sorts of warm blend added substances Zycotherm with the doses (0.05%, 0.1%, and 0.15%) is utilized. This Research introduces an orderly lab examine With Aggregate covering, Marshall Mix Design for Dense Bituminous Macadam (DBM) grade II for warm blend added substance (WMA) i.e. Zycotherm.|
|35||A Study on Rural Road Widening Project Based on Prediction of Traffic Volume – A Case Study in Rajkot Morbi State Highway 24||Ashraf M. Mathakiya||Assistant Professor||http://ijsrd.com/Article.php?manuscript=IJSRDV4I30092||Two-lane roads represent the majority of the highway system in India. The analysis of traffic performance on two-lane roads is critical for their planning, design, maintenance, rehabilitation, and operation. Performance evaluation is typically carried out with the capacity analysis for various highway facilities. In Rajkot Morbi state highway 24 the stretch 5 km to 15 km total 10 km is selected in this stretch same problem occurring like mixed traffic, traffic congestion, speed reduction and chances of accident due to insufficient width of road. In this paper road inventory data and traffic volume survey has been carried out, maximum PCU/Day of three days traffic volume survey is 25843. And IRC: 64-1990 Ã¢â‚¬Å“guideline for the capacity of rural roadÃ¢â‚¬Â is recommended for 2 lane rural road is 15000 PCU/day. So the data was compared with IRC: 64-1990, and the road widening has been justified the Rajkot Morbi state highway 24 is needed to widen.|
|36||Evaluation of Flexible Pavement Distress Using Pavement Condition Index: A Case Study of Rajkot Kalavad Road (SH-23)||Ashraf M. Mathakiya||Assistant Professor||http://ijsrd.com/Article.php?manuscript=IJSRDV6I20283||A need of transportation increase with economic growth rate after independence of our country. Road transport is the key mode to use other mode of transport. So it’s require management for increase life of pavement. In India most of the highway observed as flexible pavement. Highway pavement is facing problem like as deterioration, cracking, rutting and fatigue in short duration due to development of city. So, Pavement service life is big challenge for Pavement management system. Normally the serviceability of highway pavement depend on how well it is maintained. Maintenance and rehabilitation technique is depend on different type of pavement condition rating system The primary purpose of this study is determine pavement condition index using code ASTM D6433-16 for identify priority of maintenance. In this study collected traffic volume survey, conducted visual survey, different type of Pavement surface distress data and identify its severity level. Using distress data sheets for each sample determined PCI of whole section. Finally analysis of all data sheet of give PCI of stretch.|
|37||Performance Evaluation of Pavements: A Case Study on Kankot – Mavdi Road||Ashraf M. Mathakiya||Assistant Professor||http://ijsrd.com/Article.php?manuscript=IJSRDV5I21433||at present road users increasing due to escalating growth of socio-economic activities which impacts on the services qualities of transport corridor. It has become disquieting facts for all the developing regions. Inhabitants are the victims of this, it can be further evaluate by measuring detrimental effects in contexts of functional and structural behaviors of pavement by like crack, pot holes, rut etc. Present paper emphasis on performance evaluation of Kankot-Mavdi road in Rajkot by supplementing research with the use of performance indicator instruments like MERLIN, BBD.|
|38||Investigation on Effect of Filler on Aging Behaviour of Paving Grade Bitumen||Ashraf M. Mathakiya||Assistant Professor||http://ijsrd.com/Article.php?manuscript=IJSRDV5I21498||Currently, majority of the Indian roads are flexible pavements the ones having bituminous layers. The durability and the long term satisfactory performance of pavements are always influenced and affected to a greater extent by the employed pavement ingredient materials and their inherent properties. It properties changes as it ages bulk storage, transport and storage on site. When the bitumen is age hardened, the asphalt mixture will become brittle and its ability to support traffic-induced stresses and strains may significantly reduce. The main mechanisms of aging of bitumen are oxidation and loss of volatiles. In this present study hydrate lime and concrete dust is used in various percentages (1%, 2%, 3% and 4%) as modifiers in VG-30 bitumen. The effect on physical properties in terms of penetration, softening point and viscosity before and after aging are measured. The binders are aged using Thin Film Oven Test (TFOT). Before aging penetration is decreases and viscosity and softening point value is increases with increasing percentage of filler material. After aging penetration of aged binders decreases then unaged binder. Softening point increases of aged binders than unaged binders. Increase in softening value is less for binder having 4% hydrate lime and concrete dust as filler than other binders after aging. For binder having 0% hydrate lime and 3% concrete dust has less increase in viscosity value than other binders.|
|39||Integration of Transport Modes – An Ultimate Solution for New Age Smart City Rajkot||Ashraf M. Mathakiya||Assistant Professor||http://ijsrd.com/Article.php?manuscript=IJSRDV6I11123||Availability of a mass travel through customary framework assumes a key part in expanding the ridership of the fundamental system. The access and egress trips to and from the major transit system become crucial in absence of any formal mode available for feeder. The interlinking of these different open transport modes and different modes is currently the vital issue from client perspective and opportunity from organizers’ perspective, for consistent go over the different modes and maintainability of the general open transportation arrange in the city. The study included questionary and home interview survey for accessible mode of Bus Rapid Transit System stop. In addition, the demands for the public transport service quality are becoming more and more strictly for the growth of residentsÃ¢â‚¬â„¢ travel and the improvement of life quality, the problems in the public transport system have become the main aspects that restrict the development of the urban public transport system. So the advantages of BRTS in the optimization of the network are becoming more and more significant.|
|40||Review of Effect of Fillers on Aging Behaviour of Paving Grade Bitumen||Ashraf M. Mathakiya||Assistant Professor||http://ijariie.com/FormDetails.aspx?MenuScriptId=2908||Age hardening is one of the important variable of many variable that affect the viscoelastic properties of bitumen with time. Age hardening of bitumen is an irreversible process, which significantly affect the durability of pavements and eventually increases the maintenance cost. When the bitumen is age hardened, the asphalt mixture will become brittle and its ability to support traffic-induced stresses and strains may significantly decrease. The main mechanisms of aging of bitumen are oxidation and loss of volatiles during asphalt mixture production (short-term ageing) and in-place service period (long-term ageing). Both are cause an increase in viscosity (or stiffness) of the bitumen. The aging of bitumen is one of the principal factors causing the deterioration of asphalt pavements. . The aging modes of failures includes fatigue, thermal induce cracks, and raveling. In the present research work, study on different research papers is carried out to examine the effect of aging on bitumen binder using different filler materials. The aim of this research work is investigate effect of filler materials on bitumen aging. Studies have shown that the neat bitumen binder has more effect of aging then modified bitumen.|
|41||Carpooling: A Step To Reduce Traffic Congestion||Mr. Mayursinh B. Jadeja||Assistant Professor||http://ijsrd.com/Article.php?manuscript=IJSRDV6I20868||As is the trend worldwide, India is undergoing rapid urbanization. This means not only that more people than ever before will be living and working in cities, but also that more people and more goods will be making more and longer trips in urban areas. The costs of increasing dependence on cars is resulting in expensive road building and maintenance, clogged and congested roads, high levels of energy consumption along with its economic and environmental costs, worsening air and noise pollution, traffic accidents and social inequities that arise when the poor find transportation services increasingly unaffordable.|
|42||“Evaluation of Pedestrian Level of Service at Selected Intersection of Rajkot City”||Mr. Mayursinh B. Jadeja||Assistant Professor||http://www.ijsrd.com/articles/IJSRDV6I21658.pdf||Pedestrian walking is a major mode of transportation in Indian cities and also effective mode of transportation for short trips. In this study pedestrian Cross walk data was collected from two locations in Rajkot city, India. The data was collected at R.M.C chowk and Mavdi chowk. These data were analyzed for finding pedestrian characteristics like speed, flow and density. Pedestrian characteristic is depending on gender of the pedestrian, age of pedestrian and type of facilities.|
|43||Evaluation of bicyclist’s LOS at sdelected intersection of Rajkot city||Prof. Rahul Kasundra||Assistant Professor||http://www.ijsrd.com/index.php?p=Search&&select_value=a_name||It is a concept that identifies the quality of service for bicyclists that currently exists within the roadway environment. It deals with real-time human perceptions taking into account the satisfaction level of the bicyclists while riding along the road in terms of their perceived level of safety, comfort and convenience. Hence this evaluation can be determined with the help of factors affecting the bicyclists on road such as about the existing facilities like geometrics of the road segments and intersections, pavement conditions, traffic volumes, speed limits and other variables moreover it would also include the ratings of perceptions or feelings of the bicyclists for the existing facilities. Thus, in this way with the help of this current evaluation we can also help the bicyclists in different ways and suggest for various measures in the increment of this current level of service offered to them.|
|44||SOIL STABILIZATION USING WASTE PLASTIC MATERIAL||Prof. Rahul Kasundra||Assistant Professor||http://ijarest.com/PastIssues.php?ao||The Ultimate deciding factor for design of a highway pavement is Sub grade Strength. The sub grade strength is a function of Gradation and Soil Characteristic, which is measured in terms of CBR. It is uneconomical and difficult to design Pavements for high CBR in locations where the Soil has low CBR. Thus to optimize the Pavement and Design and Cost the existing CBR of the Soil needs to be improved by Stabilizing the existing Soil. The present Study aims to evaluate the effect caused by the different Stabilizing Agents on the geotechnical characteristics of expansive/Low CBR sub grade soils. The soil will be treated with varying percentages of Stabilizing Agents 0, 5, 10, 15, and 20 and the improvement/Change in Consistency limits, compaction, California Bearing Ratio, swell potential will be studied for treated and untreated soils. The aim of the study is to identify the Optimum Stabilizing Content for Desired Strength and Cost.|
|45||Performance Evaluation of Bus Rapid Transit System [Reviews]||Prof. Rahul Kasundra||Assistant Professor||http://www.ijsrd.com/articles/IJSRDV5I10051.pdf||Bus mass rapid transit System (BRTS) is an innovative, high capability, lower price transport solution which will considerably improve urban quality. Transport System in most Indian cities is rapidly deteriorating due to the increasing travel demand and inefficient transportation. There square measure numerous issues connected with transport such tremendous increase in range of accidents, Environmental degradation, Congestion, Overcrowding as a result of inadequate system, Frequency of service and schedule isn’t strictly adhered. the matter of pollution, safety and unskillfulness have reached at a awful level in most of the key cities in Bharat as a result of intense growth of its population -both of individuals and motorcars, combined with inefficient transport system and poor social control of environmental laws etc.|
|46||An Experimental Study on Spherical Voided Slab||Mr. Devang M. Sarvaiya||Assistant Professor||http://www.jetir.org/view?paper=JETIR1704056||A spherical voided slab has a two-dimensional array of voids within the slabs to reduce self-weight. Plastic hollow sphere balls introduce in the center of the slab. The behavior of voided slabs is influenced by the ratio of bubble diameter to slab thickness. Two-dimensional flexural tests were tested by using special loading frame. Three test specimens are used, one was a normal solid slab and two were voided slabs having void diameter of 37mm and 45 mm. The ball diameter to slab thickness ratios of voided slab (0.47 and 0.57) and same is tested under five point loading system. To verify the flexural behavior of voided slab, comparison has been carried out in form of ultimate load capacity, deflection, concrete compressive strain and stiffness reduction factor with normal solid slab.|
|47||Urban Noise Pollution Due to Transportation: A Case Study in Rajkot City||Ms. Shiddhi Bhamani||Assistant Professor||http://www.ijsrd.com/articles/IJSRDV6I20172.pdf||Traffic related noise pollution accounts for nearly two-third of the total noise pollution in an urban area. Vehicular traffic noise problem is contributed by various kinds of vehicles like heavy-medium trucks/buses, automobiles and two-three wheelers. Traffic noise on existing urban roadways lowers the quality of life and property values of persons residing near urban corridors. The main objective of report is to evaluate the noise pollution in the Rajkot city and its effect on surroundings. In this report noise pollution is measured in different zones like commercial, residential etc. Comparison of data with standard CPCB noise level.|
|48||Identify Hazardous Road Location for Road User Using GIS-Case Study of Rajkot||Mr. Prashant Lakkad||Assistant Professor||https://www.researchgate.net/publication/324646282_Identify_Hazardous_Road_Location_for_Road_User_Using_GIS-Case_Study_of_Rajkot||India’s share of road accidents in the world is an area of serious concern. Road traffic accidents have been recognized as one of those adverse elements which contribute to the suffocation of economic growth in the developing countries, due to the heavy loss related to them, hence causing social and economic concern. Traffic safety is an important key and plays an integral role in sustainable transportation development areas.|
|49||Critical Review on: Identify Hazardous Road Location & Interprit by ArcGIS||Mr. Prashant Lakkad||Assistant Professor||https://www.researchgate.net/publication/322095930_Critical_Review_on_Identify_Hazardous_Road_Location_Interprit_by_ArcGIS||This Study examined the relations between traffic accidents and city characteristics, such as population, road factors, and spatial factors. A model was developed to estimate traffic accident density. Kernel density estimation (KDE) techniques were used to assess the relations efficiently. In general, the location of traffic accidents is described as an address with text, so they are difficult to display on the map|
|50||Impact Analysis of Bus-Stop on Urban Traffic Characteristics-A Case Study of Urban Mid-Block-Rajkot||Mr. Prashant Lakkad||Assistant Professor||http://ijsrd.com/Article.php?manuscript=IJSRDV6I21576||Efficient transportation system is a crucial factor for the growth of a nation’s economy. Many arterial roads in many developing countries exhibit deteriorated capacity and poor performance. Various studies are done on this problem in some developing countries and found that because of urbanization, there is often a great deal of activity on and alongside these roads, which affects the way in which they operate. This interference to the smooth flow of traffic is known as “side friction. Urban roadway capacity is influenced by various factors like speed of vehicles on the road, width of road, structure of the road, construction work on roads (e.g. work undertaken for Metro Rail construction), various land uses that attract motorized / pedestrian traffic bound to hospitals, institutional, commercial area, shoulder and roadway width, access points, terrain etc.|
|Event Type(FDP/PAPER PRESENTATION/SEMINARS/CONFERENCE)||Date Faculty participated||Name Of Faculty(Character)||Title of the Event(Character)||Name of Host (Character)|
|STTP||05 Dec’16 to 10 Dec’16||Mr.Praful Suinkar||RRTTGE’16||Marwadi Institute,Rajkot|
|STTP||19 Dec’16 to 24 Dec’16||Mr.Bhavin Punjani||RACTTM’16||SVNIT.Surat|
|FDP||06/06/2016 to 13/06/2016||Mr.Bhavin Punjani||Universal Human Value||Gopal Babu|
|FDP||06/06/2016 to 13/06/2016||Mr. Hiren Ramani||Universal Human Value||Gopal Babu|
|FDP||06/06/2016 to 13/06/2016||Mr. Mayursinh Jadeja||Universal Human Value||Gopal Babu|
|FDP||06/06/2016 to 13/06/2016||Mr. Akshay Ardeshana||Universal Human Value||Gopal Babu|
|FDP||06/06/2016 to 13/06/2016||Mr. Jiten Thaker||Universal Human Value||Gopal Babu|
|FDP||21/10/2016-27/10/2016||Mr.Bhavin Punjani||Jivan Vidhya||Somdev Tyagi|
|FDP||21/10/2016-27/10/2016||Mr. Hiren Ramani||Jivan Vidhya||Somdev Tyagi|
|FDP||21/10/2016-27/10/2016||Mr. Mayursinh Jadeja||Jivan Vidhya||Somdev Tyagi|
|FDP||21/10/2016-27/10/2016||Mr. Akshay Ardeshana||Jivan Vidhya||Somdev Tyagi|
|FDP||21/10/2016-27/10/2016||Mr. Jiten Thaker||Jivan Vidhya||Somdev Tyagi|
|FDP||21/10/2016-27/10/2016||Mr. Praful Shinkar||Jivan Vidhya||Somdev Tyagi|
|FDP||21/10/2016-27/10/2016||Mr. Rahul Kasundra||Jivan Vidhya||Somdev Tyagi|
|FDP||21/10/2016-27/10/2016||Mr. Mayank Parekh||Jivan Vidhya||Somdev Tyagi|
|FDP||21/10/2016-27/10/2016||Mr. Ashraf Mathakiya||Jivan Vidhya||Somdev Tyagi|
|FDP||21/10/2016-27/10/2016||Mr. Nishant Sarraf||Jivan Vidhya||Somdev Tyagi|
|FDP||21/10/2016-27/10/2016||Mr. Prashant Lakkad||Jivan Vidhya||Somdev Tyagi|
|FDP||21/10/2016-27/10/2016||Ms. Purti Solanki||Jivan Vidhya||Somdev Tyagi|
|FDP||21/10/2016-27/10/2016||Ms. Manorama Mishra||Jivan Vidhya||Somdev Tyagi|
|FDP||10/04/2017 to 17/04/2017||Mr.Bhavin Punjani||Communication Skill and Linguistic professiancy||Dr. Alpesh Joshi|
|FDP||10/04/2017 to 17/04/2017||Mr. Mayank Parekh||Communication Skill and Linguistic professiancy||Dr. Alpesh Joshi|
|FDP||10/04/2017 to 17/04/2017||Mr. Mayursinh Jadeja||Communication Skill and Linguistic professiancy||Dr. Alpesh Joshi|
|FDP||10/04/2017 to 17/04/2017||Mr. Keval Shah||Communication Skill and Linguistic professiancy||Dr. Alpesh Joshi|
|FDP||10/04/2017 to 17/04/2017||Mr. Hirendrasinh Padhiyar||Communication Skill and Linguistic professiancy||Dr. Alpesh Joshi|
|FDP||19/04/2017 to 22/04/2017||Mr. Prashant Lakkad||Communication Skill and Linguistic professiancy||Dr. Alpesh Joshi|
|FDP||19/04/2017 to 22/04/2017||Mr. Praful Shinkar||Communication Skill and Linguistic professiancy||Dr. Alpesh Joshi|
|FDP||19/04/2017 to 22/04/2017||Mr. Rahul Kasundra||Communication Skill and Linguistic professiancy||Dr. Alpesh Joshi|
|FDP||19/04/2017 to 22/04/2017||Mr. Ashraf Mathakiya||Communication Skill and Linguistic professiancy||Dr. Alpesh Joshi|
|FDP||19/04/2017 to 22/04/2017||Mr. Akshay Ardeshana||Communication Skill and Linguistic professiancy||Dr. Alpesh Joshi|
|FDP||19/04/2017 to 22/04/2017||Mr. Jiten Thaker||Communication Skill and Linguistic professiancy||Dr. Alpesh Joshi|
|FDP||24/08/2018||Mr. Hemant G Sonkusare||AICTE internsip guidelines||Mr. kishan K. Dattani|
|FDP||24/08/2018||Mr. Hardik P. Pujara||AICTE internsip guidelines|
|FDP||24/08/2018||Mr. Rahul M kasundra||AICTE internsip guidelines|
|FDP||24/08/2018||Mr. Prashant Lakkad||AICTE internsip guidelines|
|FDP||24/08/2018||Mr. Mayank Parekh||AICTE internsip guidelines|
|FDP||24/08/2018||Mr. Mayursinh Jadeja||AICTE internsip guidelines|
|FDP||24/08/2018||Mr. Jiten Thaker||AICTE internsip guidelines|
|FDP||24/08/2018||Mr. Hiren Ramani||AICTE internsip guidelines|
|FDP||24/08/2018||Mr. Akshay Ardeshana||AICTE internsip guidelines|
|FDP||24/08/2018||Mr. Tejas Raviya||AICTE internsip guidelines|
|FDP||24/08/2018||Mr. Devang Sarvaiya||AICTE internsip guidelines|
|FDP||24/08/2018||Mr. Ashraf Mathakiya||AICTE internsip guidelines|
|FDP||24/08/2018||Mr. Pratik Viramgama||AICTE internsip guidelines|
|FDP||24/08/2018||Ms. Siddhi Bhamani||AICTE internsip guidelines|
|FDP||24/08/2018||Ms. Dhairya Rajdev||AICTE internsip guidelines|
|FDP||17/09/2018||Mr. Hemant G Sonkusare||Discussion on Interview techniques for the government sector||Mr. Jiten Thaker|
|FDP||17/09/2018||Mr. Hardik P. Pujara||Discussion on Interview techniques for the government sector|
|FDP||17/09/2018||Mr. Rahul M kasundra||Discussion on Interview techniques for the government sector|
|FDP||17/09/2018||Mr. Prashant Lakkad||Discussion on Interview techniques for the government sector|
|FDP||17/09/2018||Mr. Mayank Parekh||Discussion on Interview techniques for the government sector|
|FDP||17/09/2018||Mr. Mayursinh Jadeja||Discussion on Interview techniques for the government sector|
|FDP||17/09/2018||Mr. Jiten Thaker||Discussion on Interview techniques for the government sector|
|FDP||17/09/2018||Mr. Hiren Ramani||Discussion on Interview techniques for the government sector|
|FDP||17/09/2018||Mr. Akshay Ardeshana||Discussion on Interview techniques for the government sector|
|FDP||17/09/2018||Mr. Tejas Raviya||Discussion on Interview techniques for the government sector|
|FDP||17/09/2018||Mr. Devang Sarvaiya||Discussion on Interview techniques for the government sector|
|FDP||17/09/2018||Mr. Ashraf Mathakiya||Discussion on Interview techniques for the government sector|
|FDP||17/09/2018||Mr. Pratik Viramgama||Discussion on Interview techniques for the government sector|
|FDP||17/09/2018||Ms. Siddhi Bhamani||Discussion on Interview techniques for the government sector|
|FDP||17/09/2018||Ms. Dhairya Rajdev||Discussion on Interview techniques for the government sector|
|FDP||24/09/2018||Mr. Hemant G Sonkusare||Student assessment system||Mr. Hardik P. Pujara|
|FDP||24/09/2018||Mr. Hardik P. Pujara||Student assessment system|
|FDP||24/09/2018||Mr. Rahul M kasundra||Student assessment system|
|FDP||24/09/2018||Mr. Prashant Lakkad||Student assessment system|
|FDP||24/09/2018||Mr. Mayank Parekh||Student assessment system|
|FDP||24/09/2018||Mr. Mayursinh Jadeja||Student assessment system|
|FDP||24/09/2018||Mr. Jiten Thaker||Student assessment system|
|FDP||24/09/2018||Mr. Hiren Ramani||Student assessment system|
|FDP||24/09/2018||Mr. Akshay Ardeshana||Student assessment system|
|FDP||24/09/2018||Mr. Tejas Raviya||Student assessment system|
|FDP||24/09/2018||Mr. Devang Sarvaiya||Student assessment system|
|FDP||24/09/2018||Mr. Ashraf Mathakiya||Student assessment system|
|FDP||24/09/2018||Mr. Pratik Viramgama||Student assessment system|
|FDP||24/09/2018||Ms. Siddhi Bhamani||Student assessment system|
|FDP||24/09/2018||Ms. Dhairya Rajdev||Student assessment system|
Vakratund Mahotsav was an event organized by Atmiya University for celebration of Ganesh Chaturthi Festival. The whole event was mainly for spreading of social and religious awareness among all students and staff of Atmiya University. The event had also included Green Gajanana competition which consisted of replicating Ganesh idols on tree trunks by use of natural colours only.
Green Gajanana was a competition held in Vakratund Mahotsav for all students of Atmiya University. The participating students had to replicate the Ganesh Idols on all tree trunks situated near the entrance gate by use of natural colours. All students showed immense interest in the competition and displayed their individual and group skills.
Traffic awareness & online license system
Traffic awareness programme was mainly organized for spreading awareness about need of various safety measures for present traffic and also displaying the full procedure of present online license system in RTO. Demo of one or two models of cars was also included.
Essay writing competition was held in lieu of Gandhi Jayanti and for generating awareness about need of neat and clean environment in today’s era. All topics were related to Life of Gandhiji and participating students also referred various life events about Gandhiji and learnt good lessons from same.
Poster Presentation was also held in lieu of Gandhi Jayanti and students displayed various thoughts and messages written by Gandhiji in form of drawings and posters and they also learnt the importance of applying these principles in today’s era. All participating students showed their drawing and other creative skills in the event.
Visit to the Water and Sewage Treatment Plant
Students of 6th semester from the Department of Civil Engineering were taken on a visit to the Water Treatment Plant and the Sewage Treatment Plant situated at Raiya village and operated by the Rajkot Municipal Corporation. The purpose of the visit was to understand the design of various units of water and wastewater treatment plant according to their functions.
Industrial Visit to the Bhaskaracharya Institute
Students from the 4th semester of the Department of Civil Engineering were taken on an industrial visit to the Bhaskaracharya Institute for Space Application and Geo-Informatics (BISAG), Gandhinagar and GIFT City, also at Gandhinagar. The objective of the visit was to help them gain a basic knowledge of the application of GIS and Remote sensing and also to study the layout and design of India’s first operational smart city and international financial services center.
Workshop on Basics of Water Supply & Sewerage
The Department of Civil Engineering at AITS arranged a two-day workshop for 6th semester students on “Basics of Water Supply & Sewerage” coordinated by Shri. J.B. Kagathara, former Special City Engineer, Rajkot Municipal Corporation. The objectives of the workshop were twofold; 1) to create awareness among students about basics of water supply with fundamentals of collection and conveyance; and 2) to make them aware of sewerage system and treatment units of waste water.
Quality Control and Monitoring of Construction Work in the Government Sector
The Department of Civil Engineering at AITS arranged an expert lecture on “Quality Control and Monitoring of Construction Work in the Government Sector.” This session, for the final year U.G. and P.G. students, was conducted by Shri K.B. Kagathara, who went through, in great detail, all the do’s and don’ts. It was a highly enriching session for the students and faculty alike.