Counselling CodesEamcet-GCTC / M.Tech-GCTC1 / MBA–GCTC
Accredited by National Board of Accreditation

The department of Civil Engineering has been started in the year 2014 with a B. Tech programme of 120 students .The department has highly committed faculty who graduated from various reputed institution like IIT’s, NIT’s and other reputed universities . They always strive to provide quality education to the students and work hard to develop the overall personality of the students. The laboratories of the department are well developed with advanced equipment to impart the required practical training to the students. The department also contain huge computer centre with 72 systems and with registered software to impart the computing knowledge to the students. The department maintains a strong links with the infrastructure industry, academic and research institutions at the national level.

All the faculty members are encouraged to participate in Faculty Development Programmes, Conferences, Workshops, Publication of Research Papers and active involvement in R & D activity.


Vision and Mission

Vision of the Department

To provide the competent and qualitative professionals with innovative ideas in civil engineering.

Mission of the Department

To offer the best quality education in under graduation and post graduation, research guidance, professional consultancy and manpower training as well as leadership in civil engineering.


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Programme Educational Objectives

B.Tech Programme in Civil Engineering

  • Provide a strong foundation in Mathematics, Basic Sciences and Engineering fundamentals to the students, enabling them to excel in the various careers in Civil Engineering.
  • Impart necessary theoretical and practical background in Civil Engineering to the students, so that they can effectively compete with their contemporaries in the National / International level.
  • Motivate and prepare the Graduates to pursue higher studies, Research and Development, thus contributing to the ever-increasing academic demands of the country.
  • Enrich the students with strong communication and interpersonal skills, broad knowledge and an understanding of multicultural and global perspectives, to work effectively in multidisciplinary teams, both as leaders and team members.

Programme Outcomes

Graduates of the Civil Engineering Programme will be able to:

  • Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and Civil Engineering principles to the solution of complex problems in Civil Engineering.
  • Identify, formulate, research literature, and analyse complex Civil Engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics and engineering sciences.
  • Design solutions for complex Civil 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.
  • 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 related to Civil Engineering problems.
  • Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering tools such as CAD, FEM and GIS including prediction and modelling to complex Civil Engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.
  • Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional Civil Engineering practice.
  • Understand the impact of the professional Civil Engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.
  • Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the Civil Engineering practice.
  • Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
  • Communicate effectively on complex Civil 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.
  • 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 Civil Engineering projects and in multidisciplinary environments.
  • Recognise the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.



Faculty List

Sl. No.Name of the Staff MemberDesignation
B.Tech. (CIVIL)-UG
1Dr. P. Rama Mohan Rao Professor & Dean-Acad.
2Dr. K Ramachandra ReddyProfessor & HoD
3S.Tirupati RaoProfessor
4P. NeerajaAssociate Professor
5S. Hari KiranAssociate Professor
6Ch Balaji RaoAssociate Professoressor
7G. Vani SriAssistant Professor
8V. GouthamAssistant Professor
9D. KishorebabuAssistant Professor
10G. HemalathaAssistant Professor
11B. Kowshik ReddyAssistant Professor
12P. SupriyaAssistant Professor
13J. Sreenivasa PrasadAssistant Professor
14R. AshwiniAssistant Professor
15D. RamachanderAssistant Professor
16P. Srikanth ReddyAssistant Professor
17G. RajuAssistant Professor
18G. Sampath KumarAssistant Professor
19K. Praveen KumarAssistant Professor
20M. Satya VidyadhariAssistant Professor
21S. SusmitaAssistant Professor
22D. Varun KumarAssistant Professor
23V. NavaneethaAssistant Professor
24D. Divya VaniAssistant Professor
25Y. Rajesh KumarAssistant Professor
26K. PriyankaAssistant Professor
B.Tech. (CE-OTHERS)-UG
27G. R. Ravinder ReddyProfessor
CIVIL (Non-Teaching)
1D. Praveen KumarLab Assistant
2K. DasharathLab Assistant
3B. Prasada RaoLab Assistant
4B. RaveendraLab Assistant

Course Files and Lab Manuals

Course Files

Compiling course files is a concept which had been there for many years in professional college. Geethanjali takes the concept of course file to a new level altogether.

Efforts have been made to prepare course files on every subject taught in all branches altogether. This huge stack of information is specially prepared by the respective faculty members with examinations in mind. A wide variety of questions are compiled catering to the comprehension of the weakest student to challenge the mind of the brightest student.

Not only are the efforts of Geethanjali towards compiling the best material but efforts of the same level are put into ensuring that the students access the information. Group ids are created for each class and the class representative receives this information which he/she passes it on to his/her classmates. All of them can access the information with the help of their username & password generated individually per student.

Along with important questions and answers generated unit wise there are nearly 50 multiple choice questions per unit which will aid the student in their online internal examinations. Not just this academic matter but our faculty also includes website addresses resourceful for their subjects, references and all possible lab viva questions.

The course files are updated every year and versions of it are released.

The course files are updated every year and versions of it are released.

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  • Lab Manuals

    The laboratory manuals for each lab are generated with utmost care because at Geethanjali we understand the importance of applied knowledge. We realize that labs are real nests for acquiring knowledge and hence stringent measures are followed while designing them and scrutinized by the HODs before they reach the student. Along with the prescribed number of experiments, more number of experiments are added after consulting the industry requirements. The lab manuals help the student prepare their record and also come prepared for their lab sessions.

Laboratory Details

Strength of Materials Lab


Purpose: - This laboratory enables the students of II Year to gain practical experience in testing materials like wood, bricks, steel, concrete etc.
Major Equipment: Universal Testing Machine (UTM), Compression Testing Machine, Brinell’s/ Rockwell Hardness, Spring Test Apparatus, Torsion Test Apparatus, Beam setup and Electrical Resistance Strain Gauge.
Research & Consultancy potential: To test the physical properties & strength of various engineering materials like wood, bricks, steel and concrete.

Surveying Lab


Purpose: This lab enables the students of II Year to gain practical experience of surveying using various surveying instruments. Major Equipment: Total stations, GPS, Theodolite, Auto-level. Research & Consultancy potential: All survey works to fix levels, contours & layout plans can be prepared.

Engineering Geology Lab


Purpose: This lab enables the students of II Year to gain practical experience of Minerals & Rocks. Major Equipment: Polarized Petrological Identification microscope, Clinometer and Electrical Resistivity Meter. Research & Consultancy potential: Draw geological sections and interpret geological aspects such as folds, faults and unconformities. It also facilitates to suggest groundwater location in any locality.

Concrete Technology Lab


Purpose: This lab enables the students of II Year to gain practical experience to test materials like Concrete, Cement and aggregates. Major Equipment: CTM 300 Ton capacity, Rebound Hammer, Ultrasound pulse velocity tester, Flexure testing machine, Brazilian/ Split tensile test apparatus, L Box, V funnel test apparatus, and Flow table. Research & Consultancy potential: This lab facilitates to find the strength & durability of cement, concrete & aggregates.

Fluid Mechanics & Hydraulic Machinery Lab


Purpose: This lab enables the students of II Year to gain practical experience to determine type of flow, coefficient of discharge through flow measuring devices, minor losses and study the characteristics of turbines and pumps. Major Equipment: Pelton wheel turbine, Francis Turbine, Pumps, Water Hammer apparatus, Notches, Hydraulic Jump setup, Venturimeter, Orifice Meter, Bernoulli’s Apparatus, Mouthpiece and Orifice, and Impact of Jet apparatus. Research & Consultancy potential: Conduct various tests on flow measuring devices and pumps to obtain flow and hydraulic equipment characteristics.

Geotechnical Lab


Purpose:This lab enables the students of III Year to gain knowledge of index and engineering properties of soil like density, specific gravity, shear strength, and CBR. Major Equipment: CBR Apparatus, Triaxial Test, Direct Shear Test, Unconfined compression testing machine, Consolidation test with 3 gang, Permeability and Vane shear apparatus. Research & Consultancy potential: This Lab helps in providing sub-surface exploration report which involves conducting field and laboratory tests.

Transportation Engineering Lab


Purpose:This lab enables the students of III Year to gain practical experience in assessing the quality of materials used in pavement construction and compare with IRC specifications. Major Equipment: Benkleman beam, Marshall stability, Los-Angeles Abrasion, Devals Attrition, Standard Penetrometer, Ductility apparatus, Softening point apparatus and Flash and Fire Point Apparatus. Research & Consultancy potential: To find the characteristics of pavement construction materials like bitumen and aggregates.

Environmental Engineering Lab


Purpose:This lab enables the students of III Year to gain practical experience on testing of water and wastewater samples and to analyse the results and verify if the standards are met or not. Major Equipment: UV Spectrophotometer, Vertical Autoclave, Jar Test Apparatus, BOD Incubator, COD Digestor, Oven, Muffle furnace, pH meters, Nephelometers, Conductivity meters and Dissolved Oxygen Analyzers. Research & Consultancy potential: Testing of water and wastewater samples for community, Design of: Water and wastewater treatment plants, sewage or storm water collection systems, water distribution system, reclamation plants, and Desalination plants.

Computer Centre


The department of civil engineering has its own computer centre containing 60 systems with high configuration. Research & Consultancy potential: the available softwares can be used by students and faculty to carryout the project works, research and consultancy works. Purpose: this lab enables students and faculty to conduct the practicals using the softwares. Major Softwares/ Equipment: STAAD Pro, Arch GIS, Auto CAD, SAP, ANSYS and MX ROAD.

Events of the Department

Orientation Day was organized on 24th July 2017. The newly admitted students and their parents have participated and visited the various labs and facilities available in the department. The faculty have involved in appraising them of various facilities and activities of the department.


Fresher’s Day was organized on 19th August 2017 as a customary to welcome the I year students to the department. The II-year students and the faculty members were involved in organizing the event. It includes the interaction of first year students with senior students and the faculty.


Bhaswara-2017 The College national level technical festival was organized during13-14 October 2017. The Department of Civil Engineering as a part of Bhaswara, has organized several technical and non-technical events. About 200 students from various colleges have participated in the events to showcase their skills. The list of events organized, the corresponding faculty co coordinators and the student teams and the prize winners is given in the following table:


Research Paper Publications

Publications by Faculty

  1. Ramachander. D., (2017), ‘Seismic Analysis of Indian code designed Five storey structure for various ground motions’, Proceedings of 4th International Conference of Earth Science and Engineering -ICEE-2017, organized jointly by CaffetInnova and Andalas Universities, Indonesia during 29-31 August 2017 PP 147.
  2. Ramachander. D., (2017), ‘Dynamic Analysis of Five Storey Structure for various Ground Motions’, Proceedings of 13th International Conference on Vibration Problems organized at IIT Guwahati, during November 29- December 2, 2017 PP 293.
  3. Goutham. V., (2017), ‘Application of GIS and Remote Sensing in Transportation Engineering’, International Journal of Science and Advance in Technology, ISSN:2395-1052, Vol-3, Issue-10, October 2017 issue Pg. No. 364-365.
  4. Supriya. P., Ramachander. D., (2017), ‘Ground Granulated Blast Slag in Concrete’, International Journal of Research ISSN: 2348-6848, Vol-4, Issue-14, November 2017 issue PP 2218-2228.
  5. Hemalatha. G., Thirumalesh. U., Syed MushtaqHashmi., (2017), ‘Seismic Performance of RC Building with Jacketing on Beam-Column Joints’, Anveshna’s International Journal of Research in Engineering and Applied Sciences, ISSN:2455-6300, volume 2, Issue No. 10, PP 235-240.
  6. Neeraja. P., Rajesh Kumar. Y., (2017), ‘Site suitability analysis for location of sewage treatment plant’, International Journal for Research in Applied Science and Engineering Technology, ISSN: 2321-9653, Volume 5, Issue No. 12, Dec 2017.

S.NoName of the facultyTitle of Research PublicationInternational/ National JournalName of the Journal/ ConferenceDate of Publication/ Presentation
1P.Ram Mohan Rao (with M.Krishnaveni and D.Rama Devi )A High Performance Clock Gated Flipflops Design Using Auto Gating TechniqueInternationalInternational Journal & Magazine of Engineering,Technology,management and Research, Vol.2, Issue No.9.Sep 2015
2P.Ram Mohan Rao ( with P.Naresh and B.Ramya )Implementation of Novel High Radix Multiplier Using KOGGE Stone Adder,"InternationalAn International Journal & Magazine of Engineering,Technology,Management and Research,Vol.2, Issue No.8, pp 1468-1473.Aug 2015
3P.Ram Mohan Rao ( with J.Kishanlal and SuhailAfroj Mohammad )High Speed Floating Point Rns based Mac Unit using Vedic Multiplier,InternationalAn International Journal & Magazine of Engineering,Technology,Management and Research, Vol.2,Issue No.8, pp 1222-1227Aug 2015
4P.Ram Mohan Rao (with M. Divyasree and N.Aravind)Implementation of Optimized Reconfigurable Built-in Self-Repair Scheme for RAMs in SOCsNationalYuva Engineers, Vol.4, Issue No.8,pp 16-21July 2015
5P.Ram Mohan Rao ( with K.Srikanth and N.Raj Kumar ),A Novel High Radix Booth Multiplication Algorithm for High Speed Arithmatic Logics,InternationalAn International Journal & Magazine of Engineering,Technology,Management and research, Vol.2,Issue No.6, pp610-616, June 2015
6P.Ram Mohan Rao (with J Sravan Kumar and Ch. Nishanthi)Optimized Multiplier Using Reversible Complex MultipliersInternationalAn International Journal & Magazine of Engineering, Technology, Management and Research, Vol.2, Issue No.6,pp 138-143, June 2015.
7P.Rammohan Rao (with N.Aravind and M.Divyasree)Implementation of Optimized Reconfigurable Built-in Self-Repair Scheme for RAMs in SOCsInternationalAn International Journal & Magazine of Engineering, Technology, Management and Research,Vol.2,Issue No.6,pp 131-137June 2015
8P.Ram Mohan Rao (with T.V. Singh and K.KumaraSwamy),Design and Implementation of Aging -Aware Reliable Multiplier by Using Booth AlgorithmInternationalAn International Journal & Magazine of Engineering, Technology, Management and Research,Vol.2,Issue No.5,pp 288-293, May 2015.
9P.Ram Mohan Rao (with D Ravindra Reddy and D Rama Devi)A Novel Architecture for Booth Multiplier Using MCSLA and CBLInternationalAn International Journal & Magazine of Engineering, Technology, Management and Research, Vol.2, Issue No.6, 252-258.May 2015
10P.Ram Mohan Rao (with K.Vamsi Krishna and Dr.Venkateswara Reddy)Municipal Solid Waste Management using Landfills in Hyderabad cityInternationalInternational Journal of Engineering Research & Technology, Vol.4, Issue 2, pp 1047-1054,.Feb 2015
11P.Ram Mohan Rao ( with V.Vijay Kumar )Digitalization of Library Resources and the Formation of Digital Libraries : A Practical ApproachInternationalInternational Journal & Magazine of Engineering, Technology, Management and Research, Vol.1, Issue No. 12, pp 69-71, Dec 2014
12P.Ram Mohan Rao ( with V.Vijay Kumar and J.PraveenKumar ),Enactment Exploration of Cloud Structure for Virtual PcsInternationalYuva Engineers, Vol.3, Issue No. 12, pp 22-24, Nov 2014.
13S. Hari KiranAn overview of Green Building and Sustainable design with an emphasis on LEEDNational"The Institution of Engineers" JournalSep 2013
14D. Kishore BabuExperimental Investigation on Performance of Concrete with GGBS as admixture at complete replacement of fine aggregate with steel slag. NationalACEID-2014, 6-7.Pp.49-55.Feb,2014.
15P.Supriya"An Efficient design and analysis of column-beam system & slab-wall system in concrete building"InternationalInternational journal of Global Innovations, Vol-3, Issue 1July 2015
16P.SupriyaExperimental Investigation of M40 grade on self compacting concrete using Mineral admixtures InternationalInternational journal of Advanced Research foundation, Vol-3 , Issue-2February 2016
17P.Supriya and G.RajuReplacement of river sand with rock dust at higher gradesInternationalIJTIMES, ISSN No: 2455-2585, Vol 2, Issue 12December 2016
18S. SusmitaKinematic and Bearing capacity of Strip footing under non-homogenous groundNationalIndian journal of geosynthetics and ground improvementSep, 2014
19D.RamchanderEffect of GGBS and silica fumes on the compressive strength of concreteInternationalIJCEIR, ISSN 0245-5868, Vol-1, Issue-5July 2015
20D.RamchanderReview on crack propogation in platesInternationalIJSETR, ISSN 2319-8885, Vol-4, Issue-54, Pg 11561-11563Dec 2015
21D.RamchanderHigh strength concreteInternationalIJSETR, ISSN 2319-8885, Vol-5, Issue-8, Pg 1591-1593April 2016
22D.RamchanderA study on no cement concreteInternationalIJCEIR, ISSN 0245-5868, Vol-5, Issue-7, Pg 6188-6195July 2016
23D.RamchanderExperimental study on High performance concrete using MetakaolinInternationalIJRI, Vol-3, Issue-2, Pg:1401-1402April 2016
24D.Ramchander and B. Kowshik ReddySeismic Disaster MitigationInternationalIJTIMES, issn:2455-2584, Vol-2, Issue-8Aug 2016


Employability Skills Imparted

Centre for Advancement of Career and Human Excellence (CACHE) is the department of the college responsible for Career Guidance, Training, Placement and Entrepreneurship development. It is a unique initiative of Geethanjali. Its features are

  • Was started in 2005
  • Deals with Career Guidance, Training, Placements and Entrepreneurship
  • With the intention of enhancing the students understanding of employability.
  • Training imparted to students from their freshman year.
  • Trained to be an asset to their employers.
  • Various innovative methods of teaching are implemented
  • A special syllabus is planned keeping in view the industry requirements and constraints of regular syllabus.
  • Focus is on Communication Skills, Aptitude, and Soft Skills, developing the Confidence of Students, improving their Body Language, inculcating Creativity and into making them responsible individuals.
  • A special collection of books is maintained at CACHE to draw students to books and the healthy habit of reading.
  • Forging fruitful and mutually beneficial linkages with industries and professional organizations.
  • Getting live projects as well as providing placement assistance to its students.
  • By organizing key guest lectures and seminars.

The College gives utmost importance to improving the quality of the graduate student as this is an important aspect of the mission of the college. To that end, we spend considerable amount of time talking with students about their career and professional goals, concerns, and suggestions for improving their learning experience. Since its inception, the college has been continuously striving its best in working towards enhancing the professional culture to serve the needs of an ever-changing and dynamic learning community in an exemplary manner. The college has a Training & Placement cell (T&P cell) which guides the students on all aspects of career planning, job searching, and post-graduate studies. The objective of the cell, inter alia, are:

  1. To offer career guidance programs and to provide assistance and resources to support students in making real life connections to academic learning.
  2. To enable students to gain the skills, ability and confidence to transit successfully to further studies/work/self-employment or any other activity in which he/she lands deliberately or unwittingly.
  3. To provide services which expose students to infinite possibilities available in their future; to equip them with the tools they need to plan for future endeavors and to provide continued support and encouragement that they need to be successful in career as well as life.
  4. To enable students to evaluate various career options and embark on their career path to meet their interests by showing them how to assess their interests and talents.
  5. To help find answers to the following questions which pester students:
    • What am I going to do when I leave college?
    • Do I meet the entrance requirements of places of higher education?
    • Can I afford to study further?
    • Will I find a job in my chosen field and place?
    • Should I take a gap/break after college?
    • Are some places better to study than others?
    • Is my degree internationally recognized?
    • Will my job earn me the money to live the lifestyle I desire?

Finding answers to these questions is easy if one has a good understanding of himself/herself and his/her choice of careers. It is possible to find a career path for each individual which draws on their strengths and builds on areas requiring improvement.


Industry Institute Interaction

Visit to KSR Cemex Ready Mix/Crusher on 24-02-2018.

Location: KSR Cemex Reddy Mix/Crusher, Ghatkesar
Faculty Accompanied: Mr. B.Kowshik Reddy, Mr. P.Srikanth Reddy, Mrs. V.Navaneetha.
Participants: B.Tech. II/II Year Students of Civil Engineering Department (120 No’s).
Report: The Students have visited the KSR Cemex Ready Mix/Crusher, Ghatkesar , Hyderabad , to understand the concept of Mix Design.


Visit to Survey of India on 28-02-2018.

Location: KSR Cemex Reddy Mix/Crusher, Ghatkesar
Faculty Accompanied: Dr. P.Rammohan Rao, Mrs. R.Ashwini, Ms. M.Sathyavidhyadari.
Participants: B.Tech. II/II Year Students of Civil Engineering Department(120No’s)
Report: The Students have visited the Survey of India , Uppal, Hyderabad , to understand the Ancient and Modern Surveying Instruments(Its Working procedure) .


Visit to Sewage Treatment Plant on 14-03-2018.

Location: Sewage Treatment Plant, Amberpet, Hyderabad.
Faculty Accompanied: Mr. G. Sampath Kumar, Mrs. V. Navaneetha
Participants: B.Tech. II/II Year Students of Civil Engineering Department (120 No’s).
Report: The Students have visited the above sites to understand the sewage treatment plants practically.


Visit to Shiva Jyothi Shilpa Shala – A Stone Dressing Unit on 11-08-2017.

Location: Shiva Jyothi Shilpa Shala – A Stone Dressing Unit.Hyderabad.
Faculty Accompanied:Mr. K. Praveen Kumar, Mrs. V. Navaneetha
Participants: B.Tech. III/I Year Students of Civil Engineering Department (120 No’s).
Report: The Students have visited the above sites to understand the suitability of various rocks in construction industry. Types of rock characteristics. Quarrying process of rocks and their polishing process.Various tools and equipment used for polishing & dressing.


Visit to Nagarjuna Sagar Dam on 18-08-2017

Location: Nagarjuna Sagar Dam
Faculty Accompanied: Mr. S.HariKiran Mr. K. Praveen Kumar, Ms. M.Kavitha.
Participants: B.Tech. IV/I Year Students of Civil Engineering Department (100 No’s).
Report: The Students have visited the above sites to understand the Reservoir and its catchment area. Intake structure, Dam body, Location of spillways, spillway gates and their operation. Drainage and Inspection galleries, Stilling basins, Penstocks and powerhouse, Left main canal and Right main canal.

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