Civil engineering is one of the most traditional engineering studies in India. British started very good schools for civil engineering studies and successfully completed some of the best public projects like Ganga canal and India’s Railway network to name few. A diploma in civil engineering will give good opportunities in industry as India is moving fast forward for infrastructure development and one the same time leave a good space for higher studies at home and abroad like B.Tech. in civil engineering.
Civil Engineering (CE) is responsible for creating most of the things we take for granted in our lives. From roads to dams and from airports to bridges, civil engineers design and maintain public works and public facilities. Any structure, regardless of whether it is large or small, is designed, planned and managed by civil engineers.
75% of attendance is compulsory in all theory and practical subjects for the issue of examination admission ticket
MAHADEVAPPA C B.E
Head of the Department
SET Polytechnic, Melkote
Following labs come under Civil Engg. Dept.
1. Fluid Mechanics
2. Applied Mechanics
3. Surveying – I & II
4. Construction Material
5. Building Construction
6. Concrete Technology
7. Highway Engineering
8. Structural Mechanics
9. Soil and Foundation Engineering
10. Water Supply and Waste Water Engineering
11. Building Drawing
12. Public Health & Irrigation Engineering Drawing
|Construction Material Lab||Surveying Practice|