The Department of Civil Engineering was established at the inception stage of the T.K.M.College of Engineering in the year 1958. At present the department is one of the biggest in this college with more than 50 teaching and supporting staff. The department has an intake of 120 students for B.Tech (Civil Engineering) and 18 students for M.Tech (Structural Engineering & Construction Management).
The department has well equipped labs in all disciplines which caters to the need of the undergraduate and post graduate students. The department has good academic excellence and many a times the students of the department have secured first rank in the University of Kerala. The Alumni of the department has been well placed in several prestigious institutions both inside and outside the country.
The faculty of the department is well qualified and dedicated to the improvement of academic standards and is keen on the overall development of the students. Along with their regular teaching work, the faculty members also attend short term training programmes at this institution and other institutions and regularly update their knowledge. The department has a very efficient advisory system which always keeps very close teacher-parent-student relationship. The Department has been always in the forefront in taking up R&D initiatives and Industrial Consultancy assignments.
The Department is an approved Research Centre of the University of Kerala.
The Department is a recognized QIP centre of the AICTE for training of faculty from other engineering colleges and polytechnics.
To impart holistic and research oriented education in civil engineering, in conformity with global standards while adhering to environmental sustenance.
Dr. Suresh S.
Head of the Department
Dept. of Civil Engg
TKM College of Engineering
Office Phone: 04742712024
|B.Tech – Civil Engineering||4 years||120|
|M.Tech – Structural Engineering and Construction Management||2 years||18|
Programme Educational Objectives of the UG Programme are
PEO 1 Our graduates excel in professional career and/or higher education by acquiring knowledge in mathematical,computing and engineering principles, pertaining to the current global scenario in Civil Engineering.
PEO 2 Our graduates undertake Civil Engineering challenges and present optimal and facilitative solutions, through coordinated team work.
PEO 3 Our graduates make sound ethical decisions that adhere to environmental preservation and sustainable development, while engaging in life long learning.
The programme is targeted at developing the following abilities amongst students:
M. Tech Programme
(Structural Engineering and Construction Management)
Programme Educational Objectives
PEO 1 Our graduates excel in academics and/or research in the domain of construction management as well as structural engineering.
PEO 2 As quality professionals, our graduates confidently undertake projects in the field of structural engineering and construction management, and present optimal and facilitative solutions, through coordinated team work.
PEO 3 Our graduates make sound ethical decisions that adhere to environmental conservation and sustainable development, while engaging in lifelong learning.
PO 1 Acquire in-depth knowledge in Structural Engineering and Construction Management
PO 2 Critically analyse complex problems in the field of specialization to make intellectual advances for conducting research
PO 3 Solve problems in the field of Structural Engineering and Construction Management, and arrive at optimal and realistic solutions considering safety, societal and environmental factors
PO 4 Apply research methodologies to tackle problems in the field of Structural Engineering and Construction Management and contribute to the development of scientific knowledge
PO 5 Learn, select and apply modern engineering and IT tools, to model and analyse complex problems in the field of specialization
PO 6 Contribute positively to collaborative and multidisciplinary research and demonstrate ability to work in groups
PO 7 Demonstrate engineering and management principles in construction projects with due consideration of socio-economic factors
PO 8 Communicate confidently and effectively with the aid of reports and presentations
PO 9 Recognise the technological advances in the specialization and engage in life-long learning independently to upgrade knowledge and competence
PO 10 Acquire principles of ethics and uphold practice of sustainable development
PO 11 Critically analyse the outcome of one’s actions, make corrective measures independently and learn from mistakes
B.Tech- Civil Engineering Programme of our college is affiliated to University of Kerala/APJ Abdul Kalam Technological University.
Candidates with a pass in the Plus – Two Examination of Kerala Higher Secondary Board or its equivalent with Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry as optional subjects or any other examination accepted as equivalent thereto, securing a minimum of 50% marks in Mathematics and 50% marks in Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry put together are eligible for admission.
Admission is made by a selection committee constituted by the Government of Kerala
Reservation to SC,ST and other communities are available as per rules and regulations of the Government from time to time.
15% of the seats are reserved under Management quota . Those who want to get admission under the Management quota should apply to the management and qualify the Engineering entrance examination conducted by Commissioner of Entrance Examination; Government of Kerala
Duration of the Course:
The programme is conducted in eight semesters.
MTech- Structural Engineering and Construction Management Programme of our college is affiliated to University of Kerala/APJ Abdul Kalam Technological University.
A pass in the B.Tech Degree in Civil Engineering with 60% of marks with usual concessions to SC/ST and other eligible communities as per Government rules from time to time
Minimum marks for M.Tech admission for AMIE candidates shall be 55% of the aggregate of Section B of the respective examination
They should have a minimum of three years of professional experience in the field and a valid GATE score in the respective branch
Duration of the Course:
The programme is conducted in four semesters.
The Department has a well-established library with a reading room which is amply used by the staff and students. The library is equipped with a good number of text books. The records of industrial training reports, university question papers, IS Codes, reports of seminars and projects are kept in the library and made accessible to students. A good collection of books are contributed by the alumni of our department. Library is accessible for students and faculty members during the working hours of the College. Books are issued to the faculty and students of the Department.
Volume : 2096
Titles : 1184
The laboratories of the department have state-of-the art equipments are made available for the regular academic work, consultancy service and for the research works. Each laboratory has a senior professor-in-charge who is assisted by an associate professor/assistant professor.The following laboratories are managed by the department
The laboratory has facilities for conducting practical classes for undergraduate programmes. The undergraduate students are being encouraged to take up topics in the field of Geotechnical Engineering for their project work by making use of facilities available in the laboratory.
Various equipment available in the lab are
Licensed Software available
Consultancy work from the government, semi government and private agencies are undertaken. Soil investigation for various projects in Kollam district is conducted by Geotechnical Engineering lab.
Some of our Clients are:-
Lab in Charge: Prof. Nizad, Professor, Department of Civil Engineering
Contact No : 9447333841
Email id : firstname.lastname@example.org
Assistant Lab in Charge: Prof. Kavitha Madhu, Assistant Professor, Department of Civil Engineering
Email id : email@example.com
The Transportation Engineering Laboratory is equipped with facilities for testing of Aggregates, Bitumen and Soil. The Laboratory is fully equipped for conduct of regular experiments at UG level and consultancy works.
Various equipment available in the lab are
Consultancy works from following organisation are undertaken
Lab in Charge Prof. I.Hasoona, Professor, Department of Civil Engineering
Contact No : 9847318999
Email id : firstname.lastname@example.org
Assistant Lab in Charge: Dr. Reebu Zacharia Koshy, Professor, Department of Civil Engineering
Contact No: 9847895555
Email id : email@example.com
This laboratory is actively involving in consultancy work for various Government and Non government organisations. The consultancy work includes the mix design of concrete & various building material testing.
Client list includes
Lab in Charge: Dr. M. Sirajuddin, Professor, Department of Civil Engineering
Contact No : 9447253775
Email id : firstname.lastname@example.org
Assistant Lab in Charge: Prof. Chinsu Mereena Joy, Assistant Professor, Department of Civil Engineering
Email id : email@example.com
Various equipment available in the laboratory are
This laboratory is actively involving in consultancy work for various Government and Non- government organisations.
Some of our Clients are:-
Lab in Charge: Prof. R. Jelaja, Department of Civil Engineering
Contact No: 9447154708
Email id: jelajar@ gmail.com
Assistant Lab in Charge: Dr. Anu. V, Thomas, Assistant Professor, Department of Civil Engineering
Contact No: 9446854074
Email id: firstname.lastname@example.org
Thameem T, Tradesman. Email: email@example.com
EQUIPMENTS AND FACILITIES AVAILABLE
6. Levelling Staff
7. Prismatic Compass
8. Plane Table Set
9. Telescopic Alidade
10. Surveyor’s Compass
11. Abney Level
12. Optical Square
14. Ghat Tracer
16. Station Pointer
18. Nautical sextant
19. Station signal with three leg
20. Substense bar
21. Measuring tap
23. Cross staff
24. Ranging rod
25. Offset rod
27. Celestial Sphere(Model)
Survey lab had taken up consultancy work for the preparation of site plan and contour map of the following projects.
Lab in Charge: Prof. Mohamed Asim, Associate Professor, Department of Civil Engineering
Contact No : 944777651
Email id : firstname.lastname@example.org
Assistant Lab in Charge: Prof. Muhammed Siddik.A, Assistant Professor, Department of Civil Engineering
Contact No : 9446162589Email id : email@example.com
Lab in Charge: Dr.Najee. M, Professor, Department of Civil Engineering
Contact No : 9446527029
Email id : firstname.lastname@example.org
Assistant Lab in Charge: Prof. Sajida Razaque, Associate Professor, Department of Civil Engineering
Contact No : 9495970653
Email id : email@example.com
Licensed software’s available are
Trial versions and open source software of
In addition to the academic activities, Computation lab facilities are using for the consultancy work of the department. Presently the lab facilities are using for consultancy work for the building valuation of Kerala Minerals and Metals Limited (KMML), Chavara and Indian Rare Earth (IRE), Chavara.
Lab in Charge: Prof. Adarsh. S, Assistant Professor, Department of Civil Engineering
Contact No : 9446915388
Email id : firstname.lastname@example.org
Assistant Lab in Charge: Prof. Althaf M, Assistant Professor, Department of Civil Engineering
Contact No : 09167549639
Email id : email@example.com
This lab is intended to conduct the practical sessions of the first year B-tech students. Training sessions like Setting out of building, Area and Volume calculation of building and building components, making of brick bonds and basics surveying using levelling instruments are conducted by using this lab facility.
Lab in Charge: Dr. Seema K. Nayar, Associate Professor, Department of Civil Engineering
Contact No : 9895722569
Email id : firstname.lastname@example.org
Assistant Lab in Charge: Prof. R. Hazeena, Assistant Professor, Department of Civil Engineering
Contact No : 9495974946
Email id : email@example.com
Computation lab is equipped with various software’s required for the PG students to carry out their project work. Software’s available are
Post graduates students are encouraged to use the computation lab for accessing the E-journals subscribed by the department. Facilities of the lab are used for the structural engineering (design & drafting) consultancy work of the department.
Lab in Charge: Dr. Sudhi Mary Kurian, Professor, Department of Civil Engineering
Contact No : 9387265487
Email id : firstname.lastname@example.org
Assistant Lab in Charge: Prof. Sulphia Beevi U., Assistant Professor, Department of Civil Engineering
Contact No : 8157823471
Email id : email@example.com
Experiment facilities are available for the study of
Lab in Charge: Dr. B. Saraswathy, Professor, Department of Civil Engineering
Contact No : 9447064650
Email id :firstname.lastname@example.org
Assistant Lab in Charge: Dr. Sajeeb R., Assistant Professor, Department of Civil Engineering
Contact No : 9447908491
Email id : email@example.com
The lab mainly facilitates the post graduate students and the research scholars to conduct the experiments related to structural Engineering.
Some of the facilities available in the lab are
Lab in Charge: Dr. Bindu S., Professor, Department of Civil Engineering
Contact No : 9447864439
Email id : firstname.lastname@example.org
Assistant Lab in Charge: Dr. M. Nazeer, Assistant Professor, Department of Civil Engineering
Contact No : 9895162568
Email id : email@example.com
Department of Civil engineering is also managing a geology museum which exhibits the geological specimens from various origins.
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|Prof. Nizad A||Professorfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Prof. Hasoona Ibrahim Kutty||Professoremail@example.com|
|Dr. Anitha Joseph||Professorfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Dr. Sudhi Mary Kurian||Professoremail@example.com|
|Dr. Reebu Zachariah Koshy||Professorfirstname.lastname@example.org|
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|Dr. M Sirajuddin Muhammed||Professoremail@example.com|
|Dr. Najee.M Mohammed Kunju||Professorfirstname.lastname@example.org|
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|Prof. Mohamed Asim||Associate Professorfirstname.lastname@example.org|
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|Dr. M Nazeer||Associate Professorfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Dr. Seema K. Nayar||Professoremail@example.com|
|Prof. Sajida razaque||Associate Professorfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Prof. Sulphia Beevi. U||Assistant Professoremail@example.com|
|Dr. Anu V. Thomas||Associate Professorfirstname.lastname@example.org|
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|Prof. Hazeena R||Assistant Professorfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Prof. Amal Azad Sahib||Assistant Professoremail@example.com|
|Prof. Kavitha Madhu||Assistant Professorfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Prof. Rekha Ambi||Assistant Professoremail@example.com|
|Prof. Ramaswamy K P||Assistant Professorfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Mr. Muhammed Siddik A.||Assistant Professoremail@example.com|
|Mrs. Chinsu Mereena Joy||Assistant Professorfirstname.lastname@example.org|
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|Prof. Sruthi R Krishnan||Assistant Professoremail@example.com|
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|Ms. Meenu Tomson||Ad-hoc/Guestemail@example.com|
|Ms. Vineetha Guruprasad||Ad-hoc/Guestfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Waheeda wahab||Instructor Grade II||Waheedarasheed67@gmail.com|
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DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL ENGINEERING IS APPROVED RESEARCH CENTRE OF
RESEARCH PROJECTS BY FACULTY OF THE DEPARTMENT
|No||Name of Faculty||Title of Project||Funding agency||Year|
|1||Dr. Anitha Joseph||
Comparative Study of Effectiveness of Breakwaters and Groynes for the Protection of Kerala coast
|2||Dr. Reebu Zachariah Koshy||
Modeling & Study of the characteristics of Motorized Two- Wheeler Traffic on Urban Roads
|3||Prof. Benny Joseph||Development of Green concrete||
Kerala State Council for Science &Tech
Three Legged Articulated Type Supporting Structure for Off- Shore Wind Energy Turbine
|5||Prof. Adarsh S||
Finer scale rainfall projection for Kerala meteorological subdivision by statistical downscaling of GCM simulations
Centre for Research &Dev
Groundwater recharge modeling of Kerala
Centre for Research &Dev.
|7||Dr.Seema K Nayar||
Formulation of a process assessment model for Jalanidhi
|8||Prof. Amal Azad Sahib||
kinetic remediation of kuttanad clay
|9||Prof. Sajida Razaque||
Investigation of interlocking building block masonry
Investigations on the durability of ternary blended cementitious systems
|11||Prof. Rekha Ambi||
Investigations on the properties of concrete in blended cementitious systems
|12||Prof. Benny Joseph||
Utilization of ETP Solid Waste
|13||Prof. Adarsh S. and Prof. Muhammed Siddik A.||
An investigation into the percolation of rainwater on permeable pavements using rainfall simulator
|14||Prof.Adarsh S. and
Prof. Muhammed Siddik A.
|Developing sub-daily IDF curves for urban cities in Kerala meteorological subdivision using Multivariate empirical mode decomposition and scaling theory||Institution of Engineers (India)||2015-2016|
|15||Dr. K. L. Priya||Studies on the seasonal variation of heavy metal distribution in a shallow estuary, Muthupet, Tamil Nadu||Kerala State Council for Science, Technology and Environment||2015-2016|
FACULTY ARE MEMBERS IN VARIOUS NATIONAL COMMITTEES SUCH AS
Institution of Engineers(India)
Indian Society for Technical Education(ISTE)
Energy Conservation Society(ECS)
Indian Geotechnical Society(IGS)
Indian Road Congress(IRC)
Indian Association of Structural Engineering(IASE)
Institute of Steel Development & Growth(INSDAG)
Institute of Town Planners, India(ITPI)
Institute of Research Engineers and Doctors(UACSE)
Indian Society for Wind Engineering(ISWE)
Indian Society for Hydraulics(ISH)
Quilon Management Association(QMA)
Association of Environmental Analytical Chemistry of India
|2015||Third International Conference on Modeling and Simulation in Civil Engineering
|TEQIP||Dr.Bindhu S& Dr.Anu. V. Thomas|
|2013||Second International Conference on Modeling and Simulation in Civil Engineering||TEQIP||Dr.Bushra I&Dr.Soosan J Panicker|
|2011||First International Conference on Modeling and Simulation in Civil Engineering||Kerala State Council for Science, Tech. and Environment||Dr.Lalu Mangal|
FACULTY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMMES
|2016||Advanced techniques for sustainable water resources and Environmental Management||AICTE||Prof. Adarsh S.
Prof.Muhammed Siddik A.
|2015||Concrete for present and future||TEQIP||Prof.Benny Joseph & Prof. Hazeena R.|
|2014||Emerging Trends in Construction and Maintenance of Structures||AICTE||Prof. Sajida Razaque & Prof. Sulphia Beevi U.|
|2013||New Frontiers in Geo- technical Engineering||TEQIP||Prof. Amal Azad Sahib & Dr. Bushra I.|
|2013||GIS and applications in Civil Engg.||TEQIP||Prof. Adarsh S.& Prof. Vincent K. John|
|2013||Total Station and GPS||TEQIP||Prof. Hazeena R.|
|2013||Advances in Hydro- system Modeling and Climate Change Impact Assessment||TEQIP||Prof. Adarsh S.& Prof. Vincent K. John|
|2013||Experimental Techniques in Materials and Structure||TEQIP||Prof. Chinsu Mareena Joy, Dr. Anitha Joseph|
|2013||Awareness Programme on Effective Conduct of Civil Engineering Laboratory Classes||TEQIP||Dr. Nazeer & Mr. Ahammed Kannu M.|
|2013||Waste Manage-ment – Issues and Priorities||TEQIP||Dr. Najee|
|2016||Professional skills and Career Development||TEQIP||Dr. M. Sirajudeen|
|2014||Innovation in Mass Housing||TEQIP||Dr. Seema K. Nayar & Dr. Anu V. Thomas|
|2013||Basic Skills on Computer||TEQIP||Dr. B. Saraswathy|
|2013||Training on AUTOCAD 2D Civil||TEQIP||Dr. B. Saraswathy|
|2013||Language Acquisition programme||TEQIP||Prof.Amal Azad Sahib|
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The Department of Civil Engineering, TKM College of Engineering, Kollam organized the 3rd International Conference on MODELING AND SIMULATION IN CIVIL ENGINEERING, ICMSC 2015, from December 9 – 11, 2015. ICMSC, held biennially by the Department of Civil Engineering, is a platform for sharing, debating and promoting ideas on modeling and simulation in civil engineering. […]Read more