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The TKM Civil Engineering Department which took genesis in 1958 is commended as one of the best Civil engineering Departments in Kerala.  The department produces the finest graduates in the state who are highly sought out by the professional community, and offers B.Tech programme which has been accredited by the NBA for 6 years (2016-’17, 2017-’18, 2018-’19, 2019-‘20, 2020-’21, 2021-’22) and M Tech programme for 2 years (2017-’18, 2018-’19).  The department is one of the largest in the college with faculty and supporting staff above 50.The Alumni of the department have been well-placed in several prestigious institutions both inside and outside the country.

The department has demonstrated credible academic excellence and many a times the students of the department bagged the first rank in the University of Kerala. Student projects are differentiated into socially relevant, research oriented and academically oriented projects. The department has well equipped labs in all disciplines which cater to the need of the undergraduate and post graduate students.The department has a very efficient advisory system which caters to maintaining the affinity of teacher-parent-student relationship. The department is also a recognized QIP centre of the AICTE for Ph. D. program as well as for the training of faculty from other engineering colleges.

There is interaction of the department with several industries like The Ramco Cements Limited, The Kerala Minerals and Metals Limited, Nirmithi Kendra, K.Lekhmanan & Co., and Steel Industries Kerala Ltd.,  whose industry personnel gives guest lectures and in association with whom student internships are provided for field experience and training. The Department which is an approved Research Centre of the University of Kerala has always been in the forefront in taking up R&D initiatives and Industrial Consultancy assignments and serves as an authorized testing and consultancy centre for industries and the general public. The major funding agencies for the research and development activities conducted by the department are the AICTE, TEQIP, the Institution of Engineers (India), the Kerala State Council for Science and Technology, and the Centre for Engineering Research and Development. 

Vision & Mission

VISION

To impart holistic and research oriented education in Civil Engineering, in conformity with global standards while adhering to environmental sustenance

MISSION

 

  • To train and equip graduates to take up Civil Engineering profession
  • Extend knowledge and expertise for the development of the community
  • Motivate students for higher studies and research
  • Foster continuous learning process
  • Create responsible professionals capable of initiating sustainable engineering practice

Contact Information

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Dr. Anitha Joseph

Professor (HOD)

Head of the Department
Dept. of Civil Engg
TKM College of Engineering
Kollam-5.


Email: anithareebu@tkmce.ac.in

Office Phone: 2712024

Mobile: 2712024

Department Info

Course Duration Intake
B.Tech – Civil Engineering 4 years 120
M.Tech – Structural Engineering and Construction Management 2 years 18
PhD – Civil Engineering 3 years 2

Programme Educational Objectives

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.

Program Outcomes

The programme is targeted at developing the following abilities amongst students:

  1. Apply knowledge of mathematics, science and engineering for the solution of Civil Engineering problems.
  2. Identify, formulate and analyse Civil Engineering problems.
  3. Design Civil Engineering systems, components or process to meet desired needs within realistic constraints.
  4. Conduct investigations of complex Civil Engineering problems using research methods, design and conduct experiments, analyse data and arrive at valid conclusions.
  5. Use modern engineering tools and software necessary for solution of Civil engineering problems.
  6. Assess societal, health, safety and legal issues relevant to professional engineering practice.
  7. Understand the impact of engineering solutions in a global, economic, environmental and societal context and understand the need for sustainable development.
  8. Acquire and demonstrate ethical principles required for professional practice.
  9. Function effectively as an individual and as a member in diverse teams.
  10. Communicate effectively in verbal, written and visual forms.
  11. Understand and demonstrate engineering and management principles required for construction projects.
  12. Adapt to the technological advancements through life-long learning.

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.

Program Outcomes

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

Programme

1. B.Tech.- Civil Engineering

B.Tech- Civil Engineering Programme of our college is affiliated to University of Kerala/APJ Abdul Kalam Technological University.

Admission Eligibility

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.

2. MTech – Structural Engineering and Construction Management

MTech- Structural Engineering and Construction Management Programme of our college is affiliated to APJ Abdul Kalam Technological University.

Admission Eligibility:

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.

Library

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.

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Titles : 1184

 LIST OF SUBSCRIBED JOURNALS:

·         JOURNAL OF STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING
·         JOURNAL OF INDIAN HIGHWAYS
·          NICMAR JOURNAL OF CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT
·         JOURNAL OF INDIAN CONSTRUCTION
·         JOURNAL OF THE BRIDGE AND STRUCTURAL ENGINEER
·         JOURNAL OF INDIAN WATER WORKS ASSOCIATION
·         THE IUP JOURNAL OF STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING
·         THE ASIAN REVIEW OF CIVIL ENGINEERING
·         ITPI JOURNAL
·         JOURNAL OF INDIAN ROAD CONGRESS
·         INCOLD JOURNAL
·         CIVIL ENGINEERING & CONSTRUCTION REVIEW
·         I MANAGER-  JOURNAL ON STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING
·         RESEARCH ALERT – CSIR
·         TAI JOURNAL
·         I MANAGER-  JOURNAL ON CIVIL ENGINEERING
·         ICJ – THE INDIAN CONCRETE JOURNAL
·         IASH JOURNAL

 

LIST OF E-RESOURCES:

  • ASCE
  • Elsevier
  • J GATE
  • Mc Graw Hill
  • Pearson e-books
  • Delnet
  • N LIST

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Laboratory

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

GEO-TECHNICAL ENGINEERING LABORATORY

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

  • Hydrometer
  • Pycnometer
  • Triaxial testing machine
  • Direct shear apparatus
  • UCC apparatus
  • Sieve sets
  • Standard Penetration test apparatus
  • Sieve Shaker (motorized)
  • Liquid limit device
  • Proctor compaction apparatus
  • Plastic limit apparatus
  • Shrinkage limit testing apparatus
  • Hot air oven
  • Vane shear
  • Sand replacement apparatus
  • Core cutter
  • CBR apparatus
  • Permeability testing apparatus (Constant head & Variable head)
  • Relative density apparatus

Licensed Software available

  • MIDAS

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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:-

  1. Kerala State PWD of Kollam District
  2. Irrigation Department of Kollam
  3. Water Authority , Kollam
  4. Kerala State Electricity Board
  5. Harbour Engineering Department
  6. Thermal Power Plant. NTPC Kayamkulam
  7. Kayamkulam Municipality
  8. National Highway of Kollam District
  9. Indian Oil Corporation
  10. Kerala Sustainable Urban Development Project
  11. Southern Railway

Contact Information

Lab in Charge: Prof. Sulphia Beevi U

Associate Professor, Department of Civil Engineering

Contact No: 8157823471

Email id : sulphiabeevi@gmail.com

 

Assistant Lab in Charge:Prof. Sruthi R. Krishnan

Assistant Professor, Department of Civil Engineering

Contact No:9446963106

Email id: sruthirkrishnan@tkmce.ac.in

 

TRANSPORTATION ENGINEERING LABORATORY

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

  • Compression testing mschine-3000kN Capacity
  • Los Angeles Abrasion testing machine
  • CBR testing machine
  • Aggregate Impact testing machine
  • Marshall stability apparatus
  • Bitumen mixer
  • Sieve set and sieve shaker
  • Flakiness and Elongation testing apparatus
  • Angularity number testing apparatus
  • Pensky Marten Flash and Fire point apparatus
  • Penetrometer
  • Ductility testing machine for bitumen
  • Softening point testing apparatus
  • Float test apparatus
  • Constant temperature water bath
  • Thermo statically controlled oven
  • Density basket
  • Modified Proctor apparatus
  • Specific gravity bottle
  • Brook field digital Viscometer

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Consultancy works from following organisation are undertaken

  • Southern Railway
  • KITCO Ltd
  • KMML, Chavara
  • Indian Oil Corporation
  • Block Panchayath, Kollam
  • Larsen & Tubro Ltd
  • District Rural Development Agency-Kollam
  • Kerala State Electricity board
  • Thomson Panicker & Associates-Thiruvananthapuram

Contact Information

Lab in Charge: Prof. I. Hasoona

Professor, Department of Civil Engineering

Contact No: 9847318999

Email id : hasoona@tkmce.ac.in

 

Assistant Lab in Charge: Prof. Kavitha Madhu

Assistant Professor, Department of Civil Engineering

Contact No: 8754500674, 7907133791

Email id : kavithamadhu03@gmail.com

 

CONCRETE LABORATORY

Various equipment available in the lab are

  • Universal testing machine-600kN
  • Compressive testing machine-3000kN
  • Compressive testing machine-2000kN
  • Transverse strength testing machine-300kg
  • Abrasion testing machine
  • Tile testing machine
  • IS Sieve
  • Concrete mixer
  • Vibrating table
  • Moulds-Cylinder, Cube & Beams
  • Slump test apparatus
  • Vicat apparatus
  • Compaction factor apparatus
  • Bulk density containers
  • Flow table
  • Auto clave
  • Rebound hammer
  • Electronic balance
  • Flexure testing machine-100kN
  • Longitudinal compressometer
  • Sieve shaker
  • Crack width measuring equipment

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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

  1. CPWD, Kollam
  2. BSNL, Kollam
  3. Southern Railway
  4. HLL Lifecare Ltd.
  5. DC India
  6. Irrigation Department
  7. KWA, Kollam
  8. PWD
  9. IRE
  10. Vellappally Constructions
  11. Abhilash Group
  12. KSHB, Kottayam
  13. Kerala Highway Research Institute

Contact Information

Lab in Charge: Dr. M. Sirajuddin, Professor, Department of Civil Engineering

Contact No : 9447253775

Email id : sirajtkmce@gmail.com

Assistant Lab in Charge: Prof. Chinsu Mereena Joy, Assistant Professor, Department of Civil Engineering

Email id : chinsu@tkmce.ac.in

STRENGTH OF MATERIALS LABORATORY

Various equipment available in the laboratory are

  • Universal testing machine-50t
  • F I E Universal testing machine-60t Electronic
  • Torsion testing machine
  • Impact testing machine
  • Brinell hardness testing machine
  • Rockwell hardness testing machine
  • Compression testing machine
  • Screw gauge, Vernier caliper
  • Spring testing machine
  • Extensometer
  • Fly wheel
  • Compound pendulum
  • Wood testing machine

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This laboratory is actively involving in consultancy work for various Government and Non- government organisations.

Some of our Clients are:-

  • Kerala Public Works Department
  • L S G D, Kerala
  • Kerala Water Authority
  • Kerala State Housing Board
  • Central Public Works Department
  • Indian Oil Corporation
  • L & T, Kochi
  • Southern Railway, Kollam
  • Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd
  • I R E, Chavara
  • Dorsch Consult (India) Private Limited

Contact Information

Lab in Charge: Dr. Bindu S

Professor, Department of Civil Engineering

Contact No: 9447864439

Email id: bindusrajagopalan@gmail.com

 

Assistant Lab in Charge: Dr. Anu V. Thomas

Associate Professor, Department of Civil Engineering

Contact No: 9446854074

Email id: anuvthomas@tkmce.ac.in

 

SURVEY LABORATORY

EQUIPMENTS AND FACILITIES AVAILABLE

  1. Global Positioning system
  2. Total Station
  3. Laser Distance Meter
  4. Theodolite
    1. Carl-Zeiss (i Second ) Theodolite
    2. Transit (20 Second) Theodolite
    3. Micro Optic Theodolite

5. Levels

  1. Carl-Zeiss Self alignment Level
  2. Dumpy Level
  3. Tilting Level

6. Levelling Staff

7. Prismatic Compass

8. Plane Table Set

9. Telescopic Alidade

10. Surveyor’s Compass

11. Abney Level

12. Optical Square

13. Clinometer

14. Ghat Tracer

15. Planimeter

16. Station Pointer

17. Pantograph

18. Nautical sextant

19. Station signal with three leg

20. Substense bar

21. Measuring tap

22. Chain

23. Cross staff

24. Ranging rod

25. Offset rod

26. Arrows

27. Celestial Sphere(Model)

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Consultancy projects

Survey lab had taken up consultancy work for the preparation of site plan and contour map of the following projects.

  1. Reclamation of Kayal land in front of KSRTC Bus station, Kollam
  2. Work for Department of space in Valiyamala, Nedumangadu
  3. Location of Flood Light in Municipal Stadium, Kollam
  4. Kumaran asan Memorial Museum, Pallana
  5. Tunnel alignment for Mini Hydel Power Station Project, Maniyar
  6. Pokkal field in Vypeen Island and tidal observation for ADAK
  7. 5-STAR hotel at Vellar Near Kovalam
  8. ESI dispensary, Kottarakara
  9. SIRD Campus, Kottarakara
  10. Engineering College , Perumon
  11. TKMIT & TIM at Ezhucone, Kottarakara
  12. Thottapally Harbour, Alleppey
  13. Neendakara and Sakthikulangara Harbour, Kollam
  14. Water supply scheme for Panmana Panchayath, Kollam

Contact Information

Lab in Charge: Prof. Mohamed Asim, Associate Professor, Department of Civil Engineering

Contact No : 944777651

Email id :asimcivil@tkmce.ac.in

Assistant Lab in Charge: Prof. Muhammed Siddik.A, Assistant Professor, Department of Civil Engineering

Contact No : 9446162589Email id : muhammedsiddik@tkmce.ac.in

ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING LABORATORY

EQUIPMENT AVAILABLE

  • pH meter
  • Dissolved oxygen meter
  • Nephelometer
  • Conductivity meter
  • Photo electric colori meter
  • Jar test apparatus
  • Jackson’s turbidity meter
  • Rectangular water bath
  • Hot plate
  • Flame photo meter with sodium, potassium and calcium filter
  • Hot air oven
  • Analytical balance
  • Electronic weighing balance
  • Refrigerator
  • Centrifuge
  • Spectrophoto meter
  • BOD incubator
  • COD meter

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Contact Information

Lab in Charge: Dr.Najee. M, Professor, Department of Civil Engineering

Contact No : 9446527029

Email id : najeetkmce@rediffmail.com

Assistant Lab-in-Charge: Dr. Priya K. L.

Assistant Professor, Department of Civil Engineering

Contact No   : 9364540412

Email id  : priyaram@tkmce.ac.in

 

COMPUTATIONAL LABORATORY

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Licensed software’s available are

  • Auto CAD 2004
  • STADD. Pro 2004
  • STADD. Pro-V8i
  • MATLAB 2016

Trial versions and open source software of

  • Auto CAD
  • ANSYS Civil
  • WEKA
  • DTREG
  • SPSS
  • Easy Fit
  • Q-GIS

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.

Contact Information

Lab in Charge: Prof. Adarsh. S, Assistant Professor, Department of Civil Engineering

Contact No : 9446915388

Email id : adarsh1982@tkmce.ac.in

Assistant Lab in Charge: Prof. Sarif N.

Assistant Professor, Department of Civil Engineering

Contact No  : 9496819692

Email id  : sarifn@tkmce.ac.in

 

CIVIL ENGINEERING WORKSHOP

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, Professor, Department of Civil Engineering

Contact No : 9895722569

Email id :seemaknayar@tkmce.ac.in

 

COMPUTATIONAL LABORATORY (PG)

Computation lab is equipped with various software’s required for the PG students to carry out their project work. Software’s available are

  • Auto CAD 2004
  • STADD. Foundation
  • STADD. Pro-V8i
  • Prima Vera

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.

Contact Information

Lab in Charge: Prof. Hazeena R.

Assistant Professor, Department of Civil Engineering

Contact No : 9495974946

Email id : hazeenarrasheed@tkmce.ac.in

Assistant Lab in Charge: Prof. Mohammed Thowsif

Assistant Professor, Department of Civil Engineering

Contact No  : 9995063543

Email id : mohammedthowsif@tkmce.ac.in

STRUCTURAL DYNAMICS LABORATORY(PG)

Experiment facilities are available for the study of

  1. Free vibration of cantilever beam
  2. Forced vibration of simply supported beam
  3. Dynamics of a three storied shear building model
  4. Dynamics of single storied frame with planar asymmetry
  5. Dynamics of vibration absorber
  6. Vibration isolation of a secondary system
  7. Dynamics of a four storied frame with and without an open ground floor
  8. Dynamics of one span and two span beams
  9. Dynamics of free standing rigid bodies under base motion

Contact Information

Lab in Charge: Dr. Sajeeb R

Professor, Department of Civil Engineering

Contact No  : 9447908491

Email id : sajeeb@tkmce.ac.in

Assistant Lab in Charge: Prof. Althaf M.

Assistant Professor, Department of Civil Engineering

Contact No   : 9167549639

Email id   : althafm@tkmce.ac.in

 

STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING LABORATORY(PG)

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

  • Load Frame (200kN)
  • Column Testing Fame (1500kN)
  • Compression testing Machine (3000kN & 200T)
  • Hydraulic Jack (250 kN & 500 kN)
  • Pre-stressing equipments
  • Concrete mixers
  • Vibrating machine for mortar cubes
  • Vibrating table for Concrete cubes
  • Needle Vibrator
  • Platform Balance(300kg)
  • Sieve shaker-Hand operated
  • IS Sieves
  • Moulds for casting cube, cylinder, beam
  • Digital load indicator
  • Digital strain indicator
  • LVDT
  • Air compressor (3HP)
  • Flow table
  • Self compacting concrete equipments
  • Impact test Setup
  • Portable Generator
  • Electric oven
  • VICAT apparatus

Contact Information

Lab in Charge: Dr. Nazeer M.

Professor, Department of Civil Engineering

Contact No  : 9895162568

Email id : nazeertkm@gmail.com

 

Assistant Lab in Charge: Prof. Ramaswamy K. P.

Assistant Professor, Department of Civil Engineering

Contact No  : 9567522960

Email id  : ramaswamykp@tkmce.ac.in

GEOLOGY MUSEUM

Department of Civil engineering is also managing a geology museum which exhibits the geological specimens from various origins.

Faculty

NameDesignationEmail
Dr. Anitha Joseph Professor (HOD)anithareebu@tkmce.ac.in
Prof. Jelaja .R Professorrjelaja@gmail.com
Prof. Hasoona Ibrahim KuttyProfessorhasoona@tkmce.ac.in
Dr. B.Saraswathy Professorbsatkm@gmail.com
Dr. Sudhi Mary Kurian Professorsudhimarykurian@tkmce.ac.in
Dr. B.Sunil KumarProfessorbeesunil@tkmce.ac.in
Dr. Ayoob sulaimanProfessorayoobtkm@gmail.com
Dr. M Sirajuddin MuhammedProfessorsirajtkmce@gmail.com
Dr. Najee.M Mohammed KunjuProfessornajeetkmce@rediffmail.com
Dr. Bindu .S Professorbindusrajagopalan@gmail.com
Prof. Mohamed Asim Associate Professorasimcivil@tkmce.ac.in
Dr. Sajeeb R Professorsajeeb@tkmce.ac.in
Dr. M NazeerAssociate Professornazeertkm@gmail.com
Dr. Seema K. NayarProfessorseemaknayar@tkmce.ac.in
Prof. Sajida razaqueAssociate Professorsajidarazaque@yahoo.com
Prof. Sulphia Beevi. UAssociate Professorsulphia@tkmce.ac.in
Dr. Anu V. ThomasAssociate Professoranuvthomas@tkmce.ac.in
Prof. Adarsh S. Assistant Professoradarsh1982@tkmce.ac.in
Prof. Hazeena R Assistant Professorhazeenarrasheed@tkmce.ac.in
Prof. Amal Azad Sahib Assistant Professorazad52@yahoo.com
Prof. Kavitha MadhuAssistant Professorkavithamadhu03@gmail.com
Prof. Rekha AmbiAssistant Professorrekha_ambi@hotmail.com
Prof. Ramaswamy K PAssistant Professorramaswamykp@tkmce.ac.in
Mr. Muhammed Siddik A.Assistant Professormuhammedsiddik@tkmce.ac.in
Mrs. Chinsu Mereena JoyAssistant Professorchinsu@tkmce.ac.in
Dr. Udayakumar JAssistant Professorudayakumarjcivil@tkmce.ac.in
Prof. Mamatha MAssistant Professormamatha@tkmce.ac.in
Prof. Sruthi R KrishnanAssistant Professorsruthirkrishnan@tkmce.ac.in
Mr. Althaf MAssistant Professoralthafm@tkmce.ac.in
Mr. Sarif NAssistant Professorsarifn@tkmce.ac.in
Vishnu RAssistant Professorvishnusmail4u@gmail.com
Dr. Priya K. L.Assistant Professorpriyaram@tkmce.ac.in
Mohammed ThowsifAssistant Professormohammedthowsif@tkmce.ac.in
Dr. Sreeja BalakrishnanAssistant Professorsreejabalakrishnan30@tkmce.ac.in
Ms. Meenu TomsonAssistant Professormeenu.tomson@tkmce.ac.in
Ms. Shefeena NAssistant Professornshefeena@tkmce.ac.in
Dr. Indu M. S.Assistant Professorindums@tkmce.ac.in
Prof. Karthika M.G.Ad-hoc/Guestkarthi.cgp@tkmce.ac.in
Mr. Asif BasheerAd-hoc/Guestasifbasheer435@tkmce.ac.in
Ms. Bushra M AAd-hoc/Guestbushra9492@gmail.com

Staff

Name Designation Email
Waheeda wahab Instructor Grade II Waheedarasheed67@gmail.com
V.R Hareesh Kumar Instructor Grade II vrhtkmce@gmail.com
Zajna .Z Draftsman zajnarahman@ahoo.com
M. Salim Trade instr. Sr Gr salimtkmce@gmail.com
Ahammed Kannu M S Trade instr. Sr Gr msahammedkannu@gmail.com
P. Prakasan Trade Instr GR I Prakasan6253@gmail.com
M.Davood Trade Instr Gr II Davoodmuhammed1979@gmail.com
I. Hakkim Trade Instr Gr II hakkimtkmce@gmail.com
M.B Shaji Trade Instr Gr II shajimbtkmce@gmail.com
Sidhik .A Tradesman sidhiktkmce@gmail.com
Abdul Salam .S Tradesman aadilsalamtkmce@ahoo.co.in
Ummer .H Tradesman ummertkmcecivil@gmail.com
Remi N Meera Tradesman remitkmce72@gmail.com
Shifina Mol.S Tradesman shifinathoufeek@gmail.com
Thameem T Tradesman thameemthajudeen72@gmail.com

Research

DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL ENGINEERING IS AN APPROVED RESEARCH CENTRE OF

  • University of Kerala
  • Quality Improvement Programme(QIP) Centre of All India Council for Technical Education(AICTE)
  • APJ Abdul Kalam Technological University

    Funded Research Projects

    No. Name Title of the Project Funding Agency Amount (Lakhs) Period/Status
    1 Dr. Anitha Joseph Dynamics of Deepwater Offshore Platforms AICTE- RPS 5.50 2006-09

     

    Completed

    2 Dr. M.Nazeer Studies on Chemical Durability and Volume Stability of High Performance Concrete Incorporating Different Supplementary Cementing Materials AICTE -RPS 4.50 2007-10

     

    Completed

    3 Dr. Reebu Zachariah Koshy  Modeling & Study of the characteristics of Motorized Two- Wheeler Traffic on Urban Roads AICTE -RPS 7.10 2009-12

     

    Completed

    4 Dr. Anitha Joseph Comparative Study of Effectiveness of Breakwaters and Groynes for the Protection of Kerala coast AICTE -RPS 8.50 2010-13
    Completed
    5 Prof. Benny Joseph Development of Green Concrete Kerala State Council for Science and Technology 8.61 2011-12

     

    Completed

    6 Dr. Anitha Joseph Three Legged Articulated Type Supporting Structure for Off- Shore Wind Energy Turbine AICTE 10.00 2012-15

     

    Completed

    7 Prof. Adarsh S. Finer scale rainfall  projection for Kerala Meteorological subdivision by Statistical downscaling of GCM Simulations Centre for  Engineering Research and Development 1.45    2013-16

     

    Completed

    8 Prof. Benny Joseph Utilization of ETP solid waste KMML 3.00 2014-16

     

    Completed

PhD Research

  1. Mohammed Asim; Ongoing research work for PhD on “ Role of Key Stakeholders in Time, Cost and Quality Performance Concrete
  2. Sajida Razaque; Ongoing research work for PhD on “Investigations on the Static and Dynamic Behaviour of Laterite Interlocking Building Block Masonry”.
  3. SulphiaBeevi; Ongoing research work for PhD on “ Study on Structural Performance of Hybrid Fibre Reinforced High Performance Concrete
  4. Adarsh S; Ongoing research work for PhD on “ Multiscale characterisation of hydrological time series using mathematical transforms
  5. Amal Azad Sahib: Ongoing research work for PhD on “ Advanced characterization and stabilization of Kuttanad clay
  6. Kavitha Madhu: Ongoing research work for PhD on: “Modelling and Analysis of Heterogeneous Traffic Conditions on an Urban Mid-Block Section.”
  7. Rekha Ambi: Ongoing research work for PhD on “Behaviour of Finned-Pile Under Combined Loading Conditions.”
  8.  K P Ramaswamy: Ongoing research work for PhD on “Acid Attack in Cement Based Materials: Mechanisms, Test Methods and Role of Binders. 
  9.  Muhammed Siddik A; Ongoing research work for PhD on “ Development of Standards for Environmental forensic investigations and its applications to case study”
  10. Chinsu Mereena Joy; Ongoing research work for PhD on “Design and Analysis of Three legged Articulated Type Supporting Structure for Offshore Wind Energy Turbine”.
  11. Vishnu R: Ongoing research work for PhD on “Experimental Investigation of Rutting in Bituminous Mixes”

 

Students’ Publications

  • Akhila V, Gouri Gopan, Sandeep Vijay, Saraswathy B, (2015) Study of Base isolation of Multistoried Buildings, Third International Conference on Modelling and Simulation in Civil Engineering ICMSC 2015, TKM College of Engineering, Kollam (Dec 9-11, 2015)
  • Sreelekshmy S, Pavithra CP and Adarsh S (2015) Derivation of Intensity Duration Frequency Curve Based on Multivariate Empirical Mode Decomposition and Scaling Theory. International Conference HYDRO 2015, IIT Roorkee in 17-18 December 2015.
  • Mithun Murali M (2015) Review Of Work Progress By Earned Value Analysis. National conference RACE’15 at Younus college of Engineering, Kollam
  • Revathy G, Nazeer M  Study on Durability Properties of Silica Fume Modified High Volume Fly Ash Concrete in aggressive Environment, International Conference (ICMSC 2015), TKMCE, December 2015.
  • Soumya Shaw Nawaz and Sulphia Beevi U (2015) Study on Flexural Properties of Polypropylene and Carbon Fibre Reinforced High Performance Concrete, presented at ICMSC 2015, TKM College of Engineering, Kollam.
  • Namitha Jacob and Adarsh S (2015) Multifractal Description of Seismic Ground Motion Records using Detrended Fluctuation Analysis. ICMSC 2015, TKM College of Engineering, Kollam
  • Renju Francis, Sajida Razak and Anitha Joseph (2015) Study of Interlocking Block Infilled Frame Subjected to Cyclic Loading Using ANSYS 14.5. ICMSC 2015, TKM College of Engineering, Kollam
  • Shilpa KP and Sulphia Beevi U (2015) Mechanical Properties of High Performance Concrete with Straight Steel Fibres, presented at ICMSC 2015, TKM College of Engineering, Kollam
  • Deepak Vijay, Chinsu Mereena Joy, Anitha Joseph (2015) Coupled Dynamic Analysis of 5MW Offshore Wind Turbine Supported On three Legged Articulated Tower in Fast Under Regular Waves, ICMSC 2015, TKM College of Engineering, Kollam
  • Soumya Shaw Nawaz and Sulphia Beevi U (2015) Study on Flexural Properties of Polypropylene and Carbon Fibre Reinforced High Performance Concrete, ICMSC 2015, TKM College of Engineering, Kollam.
  • RupinSidharth and Sajeeb R (2015) Comparative Study of Loading Patterns for Non Linear Static Analysis of Moment Resisting Frames, ICMSC 2015, TKM College of Engineering, Kollam.
  • Premlal VG and Nizad (2015) Comparitive Study on the Durability Characteristics of Normal Concrete and Steel Fibre Reinforced Concrete containing Copper Slag as 40% Replacement of Fine Aggregate, presented at ICMSC 2015, TKM College of Engineering, Kollam.
  • Shilpa K P and Sulphia Beevi U (2015) Mechanical Properties of High Performance Concrete with Straight Steel Fibres, presented at ICMSC 2015, TKM College of Engineering, Kollam.
  • Nayana Narayanan, M Nazeer (2015) Investigation on strength Properties of Ternary Blended Concrete in Aggressive Condition, National Conference on Technological Trends (NCTT) 2015, CET, Trivandrum, September 2015
  • Nayana Narayanan, M Nazeer, Study on Durability Properties of Ternary Blended Concrete containing GGBS and Metakaolin, International Conference (ICMSC 2015), TKMCE, December 2015.
  • Niranjana Baburaj and Jelaja R (2015) Effect of Steel and Carbon Fibres on the Flexural Behaviour of Self Compacting Concrete, International Conference (ICMSC 2015), TKMCE, December 2015.
  • Renju Francis, Sajida Razaque and Anitha Joseph (2015) Study of Interlocking Block Infilled Frame Subjected to Cyclic Loading using ANSYS 14.5, International Conference (ICMSC 2015), TKMCE, December 2015
  • Kavya S Kala and Jelaja R (2015) Study on Strength properties of Self Compacting Concrete with Steel and Polypropylene Fibres, International Conference (ICMSC 2015), TKMCE, December 2015
  • Akhilesh M K and A. Nizad (2015) Strengthening Columns using Ferrocement Jacketing with Copper Slag Replacement and Fibre Reinforcement, International Conference (ICMSC 2015), TKMCE, December 2015
  • Vishnu Ramesh, Anitha Joseph and Chinsu Mereena Joy (2015) Design and Hydro Dynamic Analysis of a Spar Type Offshore Wind Tower, International Conference (ICMSC 2015), TKMCE, December 2015.
  • Gouri Mohan, K Abdul Rasheed and Reebu Zachariah Koshy (2015) Research on Strength of Frozen Soil, International Conference (ICMSC 2015), TKMCE, December 2015.
  • Ijas Vahid, Chinsu Mereena Joy, Anitha Joseph, Motion responses of a Spar type offshore wind tower, Int. Conf. on Developments in Construction and Structural EngineeringAugust 2016, NSS College of Engineering, Palakkad.

STUDENT PUBLICATIONS (PG CIVIL)

2016-2017

  1. Aswathy Ann Mathew, “Effect of construction joints on strength performance of concrete”, Structural Engineering Convention, 21-23 December 2016, CSIR-SERC, Chennai
  2. Chinnu Mariam Ninan, “Investigation on strength development of Portland cement-slag-metakaolin cementitious system”, International journal of advanced research in engineering and technology (IJARET), pp. 28-36, Vol 7, Issue 5, Sep-Oct 2016
  3. Ijas Vahid, “Motion responses of a spar type offshore wind tower”, International Conference on Developments in Construction and Structural Engineering, icDCSE 2016, NSS College of Engineering, Palakkad.
  4. Lavanya S, “Shear behaviour of hybrid fibre reinforced concrete with steel and polypropylene fibres”, Structural Engineering Convention, 21-23 December 2016, CSIR-SERC,Chennai.
  5. Mohammed Fasil, “Numerical investigation on the effectiveness of double tuned mass dampers in structural vibration control”, Paper ID: 179, Structural Engineering Convention, 21-23 December 2016, CSIR- SERC, Chennai.
  6. Sai Nath S, “Dynamic analysis of a three – legged articulated offshore structure using ‘ANSYS AQWA’”, Structural Engineering Convention 2016, CSIR-SERC, Chennai.
  7. Sherry Rose Jose, “Study on flexural behaviour of geogrid confined beams with polypropylene fibre”, PaperID: 286, Structural Engineering Convention 2016, CSIR-SERC,Chennai.
  8. Subi S, “Flexural behaviour of hybrid fibre reinforced concrete with steel and carbon fibres”, PaperID: 286, Structural Engineering Convention 2016, CSIR-SERC,Chennai.
  9. Arathy S. Mohan, “ Experimental Investigation on the properties of Gap Graded Aggregate Medium strength Concrete, International Journal of Advanced Research in Engineering and Technology (IJARET), ISSN:2249-8958, Vol.6, Issue 1, October 2016.
  10. Eldo Simon, “Parametric study ofstand-off distance on a bridge under Blast Loading”, International Journal of Advanced Research in Engineering and Technology (IJARET), ISSN:0976-6480, Vol.8, Issue 2,pp.01-07, March-April 2017.
  11. Sreejith V S, “Flexural Behaviour of Prestressed Hollow Slab”, International Journal of Civil Engineering and Technology (IJCIET), ISSN: 0976-6308, Vol.8, Issue 3, pp.90-99, March 2017.
  12. Swetha Ajith Mathew, “Strength and durability of PC Slag –RHA Ternary blended Concrete mixes, International Journal of Engineering and Advanced Technology (IJAET), ISSN: 2249-8958, Vol.5, Issue 3, February 2016
  13. Krishna Priya R, “ Sustainibility in Rural Water Supply: A Case Study of Jalanidhi, Kerala, International Journal of Innovative Research in Science, Engineering ad Technology, ISSN: 2347-6710, Vol. 5, Issue 14, December 2016.
  14. Nivea Thomas, “Critical success factors of Public-Private partnership Projects in Kerala”, NCRTET 2017, Believer’s Church Caarmel Engineering College, April 11-12, 2017.
  15. Muhammed Ansar P., “ Critical Risk Factors in Construction Projects”, NCRTET 2017, Believer’s Church Caarmel Engineering College,April 11-12, 2017.
  16. Nivea Thomas, “Regression Modelling for Prediction of Construction Cost and Duration”, Applied Mechanics and Materials, ISSN: 1662-7482, Vol. 857, pp. 195-199, 2016.

2015-2016

  1. Rupin Sidharth, Comparative study of loading patterns for nonlinear static analysis of moment resisting frames, Proceedings of International Conference on Modeling and Simulation in Civil Engineering, TKM College of Engineering, Kollam, 09-11 Dec 2015,55-63.
  2. Vishnu Ramesh, Design and hydro dynamic analysis of aspar type offshore wind tower, Proceedings of International Conference on Modeling and Simulation in Civil Engineering, TKM College of Engineering, Kollam, 09-11 Dec 2015 126-135.
  3. Renju Francis, Study of interlocking block filled frame subjected to cyclic loading using ANSYS 14.5, Proceedings of International Conference on Modeling and Simulation in Civil Engineering, TKM College of Engineering, Kollam, 09-11 Dec 2015, 164-172.
  4. P. L, Effective usage of fiber on flexural behaviour of ternary blended concrete, Proceedings of International Conference on Modeling and Simulation in Civil Engineering, TKM College of Engineering, Kollam, 09-11 Dec 2015, 187-192.
  5. Nayana Narayanan, Study on durability properties of ternary blended concrete containing GGBS and Metakaolin, Proceedings of International Conference on Modeling and Simulation in Civil Engineering, TKM College of Engineering, Kollam, 09-11 Dec 2015, 193-201.
  6. G, Study on durability properties of silica fume modified high volume fly ash concrete in aggressive environment, Proceedings of International Conference on Modeling and Simulation in Civil Engineering, TKM College of Engineering, Kollam, 09-11 Dec 2015, 228-234.
  7. Soumya Shan Nawaz, Study of flexural properties of polypropylene and carbon fiber reinforced high performance concrete, Proceedings of International Conference on Modeling and Simulation in Civil Engineering, TKM College of Engineering, Kollam, 09-11 Dec 2015, 261-269.
  8. Kavya S. Kala, Study on Strength Properties of Self-Compacting Concrete with Steel and Polypropylene Fibres, Proceedings of International Conference on Modeling and Simulation in Civil Engineering, TKM College of Engineering, Kollam, 09-11 Dec 2015, 155-163.
  9. Deepak Vijay, Coupled Dynamic Analysis of 5MW Offshore Wind Turbine supported on Three Legged Articulated Tower in Fast under Regular Waves, Proceedings of International Conference on Modeling and Simulation in Civil Engineering, TKM College of Engineering, Kollam, 09-11 Dec 2015, 136-145.
  10. Akhilesh M. K., Re Strengthening Columns using Ferrocement Jacketing with Copper Slag Replacement and Fiber Reinforcement,Proceedings of International Conference on Modeling and Simulation in Civil Engineering, TKM College of Engineering, Kollam, 09-11 Dec 2015, 146-154.
  11. Namitha Jacob, Multifractal Description of Seismic Groundmotion Records using Detrended Fluctuation Analysis, Proceedings of International Conference on Modeling and Simulation in Civil Engineering, TKM College of Engineering, Kollam, 09-11 Dec 2015, 90-98.
  12. Niranjana Baburaj, Effect of Steel and Carbon Fibres on the Flexural Behaviour of Self Compacting Concrete, Proceedings of International Conference on Modeling and Simulation in Civil Engineering, TKM College of Engineering, Kollam, 09-11 Dec 2015, 179-188.
  13. Shilpa K. P., Mechanical Properties of High Performance Concrete with Straight Steel Fibres, Proceedings of International Conference on Modeling and Simulation in Civil Engineering, TKM College of Engineering, Kollam, 09-11 Dec 2015, 220-227.
  14. Joohi Kunhimon, Effects of Fibres on the Mechanical and Durability Properties of Fly Ash and SCBA Based Concrete, Proceedings of International Conference on Modeling and Simulation in Civil Engineering, TKM College of Engineering, Kollam, 09-11 Dec 2015, 290-296.
  15. V G Strength and Durability Characteristics of Steel Fibre Reinforced Concrete containing Copper Slag as Partial Replacement of Fine Aggregate,Proceedings of International Conference on Modeling and Simulation in Civil Engineering, TKM College of Engineering, Kollam, 09-11 Dec 2015, 245-250.

2014-2015

  1. Jayasurya KA, Coupled Dynamic Analysis of Offshore Wind Tower,International Journal of Sustainable Materials, Processes & ECO-Efficient, Volume 1, Issue2, June 2014, pp 18-22.
  2. Udaya K L, Effect of vertical  Irregularity on performance of reinforced concrete framed buildings, International Journal of Civil and Structural Engineering- IJCSE, Vol.2, issue1( 30 April,2015), ISSN 2372-3971, 309-313.
  3. Vivek Philip, Three Legged Articulated Support for 5 MW Offshore Wind Turbine,International Conference on Water Resources, Coastal and Ocean Engineering, ICWRCOE’15, NIT Surathkal, Mangalore12 – 14 March, 2015. Paper ID: 138
  4. Geethu Sugathan , Harbour silting and change in wave parameters due to breakwater construction, Conf. on Materials, Mechanics and Management IMMM-2014, CET, Thiruvananthapuram, India, 17-19 December 2014
  5. Udaya K L , Effect of Vertical Irregularity on Performance of Reinforced Concrete Framed Buildings, Proceedings of International Conference on Advancements in Civil, Structural and Environmental Engineering, ACSEE 2014,25,26, October, 2014 Zurich, Switzerland.
  6. Tilba Thomas , Performance Evaluation of Groynes for Protecting Coastlines – A Case Study of Alappad Coast, International Journal of Sustainable Materials, Processes & ECO-Efficient, Volume1, Issue2, June 2014, pp 5-9.
  7. Sangeetha S Nair, Steel Fibre Reinforced Concrete Pavement Slabs with Contraction Joints, International Journal of Structural Analysis and Design, Vol. 1,Issue2, June 2014, pp 6-9. 
  8. Udaya K L , Performance Based Analysis of Buildings with Geometric Irregularities, Proceedings of the National Conference on Recent Advances in Civil Engineering Research, April 2014, School of Civil Engineering, Karunya Institute of Technology, Coimbatore, p. 372-381.

2013-14

  1. Tilba Thomas, Evaluation of Detached Breakwater System and Groynes for sustaining the Coastlines,International Journal of Civil Engineering and Technology, Vol. 5, Issue 3, March 2014, pp. 107-116.
  2. Aathira G. Krishna, Jerry Anna Mathew and Rashmi. T.S., Modeling of chemical durability parameters of fly ash blended concrete, International journal for Scientific and Engineering Research, Vol. 4, issue 8, Aug. 2013.
  3. Shefeena N., Studies on suitability of fly ash based cement mortar dry mix with quarry dust as fine aggregate, International Journal for Scientific and Engineering Research, Vol. 4, issue 8, Aug. 2013.
  4. Rashmi TS, Seismic Evaluation of RC Buildings with Masonry Infill, ICMSC-2013, TKM College of Engineering, Kollam, 12- 14 Dec’ 2013, pp 186-193.
  5. Jithin Prem S, Structural Damage Assessment in Spring Elements, ICMSC-2013, 12- 14 Dec’ 2013, pp 242- 251.
  6. Aswathy Soman, Effect of Supplementary Cementitious in Hybrid Reinforced Concrete, ICMSC-2013, 12- 14 Dec’ 2013,pp 313- 320.
  7. Nisha N., An Experimental Study on the Strength and Durability of Self Compacting Concrete using Copper Slag, ICMSC-2013, 12- 14 Dec’ 2013, pp 345- 355.
  8. Megha S.V. Panicker, An Experimental Study on Fibre Reinforced Concrete with Ternary Supplementary Cementitious Materials, ICMSC-2013, 12- 14 Dec’ 2013, pp 356-363.
  9. Vivek Philip, Design of Floating Support Structure for 5 MW Offshore Wind Turbine, International Journal of Innovative Research in ScienceEngineering and Technology,Dec 2013, pp 261-269.
  10. Vivek Philip, Design of floating support structure for 5 MW offshore wind turbine, International Conference on Energy and Environment ICEE 2013, RIT, Kottayam, Kerala, India, December, 12-14,2013.
  11. Beenamol US, Strength and durability of cement mortar containing ceramic tailing sand, , CUSAT National Conference on Recent Advances in Structural Engineering RASE 2013, December 13-15, 2013, Kochi, Kerala, India, pp. 265-271.

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

Achievements

Student Achievements(2016-17)

Jess Raphey Champion in APJ Abdul Kalam Technological University B Zone Inter Collegiate Shuttle Badminon Tournament.

Nandhu A R won Second position in event ‘Contrivir’ Conducted as a part of the National Level Techno – Management Cultural Fest Conjura’ 17 at T.K.M College of Engineering, Kollam.

Mohammed Faheem. N won Second position in event ‘Theodo’ Conducted as a part of the National Level Techno – Management Cultural Fest Conjura’ 17 at T.K.M College of Engineering, Kollam.

Siyad Shajahan  won Second position in event ‘Theodo’ Conducted as a part of the National Level Techno – Management Cultural Fest Conjura’ 17 at T.K.M College of Engineering, Kollam.

Anandha Lakshmi won Third position in event ‘Theodo’ Conducted as a part of the National Level Techno – Management Cultural Fest Conjura’ 17 at T.K.M College of Engineering, Kollam.

Mohammed Raneesh won First Place – Buddha Soccer Cup, Inter Engineering College Tournament held at Sree Buddha College of Engineering.

Sharath V R won First Place -State level PES Quiz finalsorganized by PES Kerala Chapter at Bishop Jerome Institute, Kollam.

Sharath V R won Second Place -Minutia General Quiz at Younis College of Engineering and Technology in association with KSEB Officers Association.

Students’ Achievements(2015-16) 

Kerala-University-Rank-Holders-of-Civil-Department

  • Rukku Chandran, Sruthi V Roy and JesnaFathima of Sixth Semester secured R&D grant for Undergraduate students by ‘Institution of Engineers (India)’ (2016)
  • Rinny George Eappen,Manu K. Soman, Nikhil. V.J, Shyam Raj .S.- Won second prize(cash prize 20,000) in technical event EVENT X, September 2016,CET PANTHEON 3.0, CET , Thiruvananthapuram
  • Mohammed Naseeb, Aleesha Faiza – Won second prize (cash prize 3000) in technical event “Situation Management”, September 2016, CET PANTHEON 3.0 at CET, Thiruvananthapuram
  • Sahana Hashim – Won second prize(cash prize 4000) in paper presentation contest Alpha Minds, September 2016,CET PANTHEON 3.0 at CET ,Thiruvananthapuram
  • Avani Aravind – Won second prize(cash prize 4000) in paper presentation contest Alpha Minds, September 2016,CET PANTHEON 3.0 at CET ,Thiruvananthapuram
  • Veena .S. Suthan -Won third prize in contest JOB MARKET, September 2016,RAASA-16 at TKMCE , Kollam
  • Manu .K. Soman – Won first prize in contest FANTASY FOOTBALL(cash prize 2500), September 2016, RAASA-16 at TKMCE , Kollam
  • Rinny George Eapen – Won first prize in contest ULTIMATE ENGINEER ,TES,TKMCE(cash prize 12,000) on September 2016 at TKMCE , Kollam
  • Hamim Sherrif was selected as Volunteer All Kerala IEDC Summit -2016
  • Anusree K.P. – Participated in the event Mime in Inter Collegiate Arts Festival ,University of Kerala
  • Praveen L(C 7) – Fifth place in individual event, Third place in team event in Kerala University Inter Collegiate Chess Competition, 2016 and got selected to University Team
  • Gopika Preetham (C 5)- Second place in Team Event in Kerala University Inter Collegiate Chess Competition, 2016
  • Sree Hari S.(C 5) – Third place in individual event, Third place in team event in Kerala University Inter Collegiate Chess Competition, 2016 and got selected to University Team
  • Sreethu S.(C 7) – Second place in Team Event in Kerala University Inter Collegiate Chess Competition- 2016

Students’ Achievements(2014-15)

  • Athul. M. Madhu(II Rank) Angelina Catherine(III Rank) in Kerala University.
  • Akbar Basheer (IIYear), secured third place in the Kerala University Tennis Championship held at Sanskrit college, Thiruvananthapuram
  • Anjaly P V (III year) was selected for Kerala University Football Team
  • Anjaly P.V (III year) secured 2nd place -3000m, 2nd place-1500m, 3rd  place – 800m running race at TKMCE Athletic Meet 2016
  • Anoop Raj, Akshay R S, Anandu Sreerag, Sachin Venu and Bibin Benny (Final year) bagged the first place, Vipin Shaji, Rohit Ranga Prasad, Priyanka Pandey, Mukesh Yadav, Lekshmi Sudhakaran and Krishna Priya (Final year) got the second place and Veena S Suthan, Hari krishnan P., Chithu Babu, Alif Ray A. Rahim and Jerin Mathew (III Year) secured the third place in the Bridge Design Contest held at the college in September 2015,
  • Arjun Raaj (First Semester) bagged the first prize in FACE to FACE Competition and second prize in Inquisto Vitouso Competition conducted as part of Tathva ’15 at NIT, Calicut from October 29th to November 1st, 2015.
  • Devika Sharji (III Year), secured second place in the Kerala University Judo Women championship held at TKMCE
  • Gopika, Sreehari and Praveen, was the runner up in the Kerala University North zone intercollegiate Chess championship held at CET, Thiruvananthapuram
  • Jithin Rocky, Mohammed Navas, Syed Mohammed Junaid, Kuru Moda and Shijith, runner up in the Kerala University North zone intercollegiate Football tournament
  • Kaveri Prathweraj O M, Sruthi V Roy and Anjali PV (III Year), secured third place in third place in the Kerala University Judo Women championship held at TKMCE
  • Lekshmi D, Veena S Sugathan (III Year) secured First prize in the event “War Of Words”  conducted as a part of NAKSHATRA 2016, national level Techno Cultural Festival at Saintgits College of Engineering, Kottayam.
  • Monica Shine (First Semester) bagged the first prize in Informals Treasure Hunt held as part of Tathva ’15 at NIT, Calicut from October 29th to November 1st, 2015.
  • Praveen B L,(III year) was a member of the TKMCE chess team that won the second position in the Kerala University chess championship.
  • Veena S Suthan, secured First prize in JAM-English as a part of NAKSHATRA 2016 at Saintgits Kottayam
  • Aleesha Fizal, Rahul Raju (III Year) secured third position in the event “CEA Quiz Quest 2016” conducted as a part of CEA FEST’16, a national level technical festival at IIT Madras.
    • Initiated the process of sending M.Tech graduates to Chosun University for Ph.D programme.Lekshmi D (III Year) secured first position in the event “ Potential Professor” conducted as a part of CEA FEST’16, a national level technical festival at IIT Madras.

      Association with Foreign Universities (International)

      1. MoU with Chosun University, South Korea


    Associations with Industries (National)

    1. MoU with The RAMCO Cements Limited

    • The Department undertakes testing and consultancy works on a preferential basis
    • Resource person from the Ramco Cements Ltd. for faculty development programme
    • Short Term Course on ‘Recalibrating the Industry Institute Space’ by TKMCE – platform for experts from the industry to share knowledge.
    • Sharing of technical knowledge through publications.

      Associations with Industries (State)

      1. MoU with Nirmithi Kendra, Kollam
      • Report on ‘Low Cost House’ by TKMCE – facilitate Nirmithi Kendra to build houses for rural community.
      • Short Term Course on ‘Recalibrating the Industry Institute Space’ by TKMCE – platform for experts from Nirmithi Kendra to share knowledge.
      • Expert faculty from TKMCE shares their knowledge in construction field to woman masons during a training session by Nirmithi Kendra.
      • G/P.G students seek guidance from the experts of Nirmithi Kendra during their project phase.
      • TKMCE to be a host institution for the recruitment process of Engineers of Nirmithi Kendra.
      1. MoU with Lekshmanan& Co., Kollam
      • Graduates placed in the company as Quality Engineers
      • Short Term Course on ‘Recalibrating the Industry Institute Space’ by TKMCE – platform for experts from the industry to share knowledge.
      • Sharing of technical know-how
      1. MoU with The Kerala Minerals and Metals Ltd. , Chavara
      • The research related with utilisation of UTP solids for concrete has been completed and the project report was submitted in May 2016 by Prof. Benny Joseph.
      • UG student projects are being done in association with KMML
      • Consultancy works are undertaken in a preferential basis.The property evaluation of buildings in the areas earmarked for acquisition for mining is continuing. Works include field data collection and subsequent documentation and estimation of value of the building. (This comes under separate agreement)
      1. MoU with Steel Industrials Kerala Ltd. (SILK)
      • Providing Technical Assistance
      • Industrial Visits by Students

INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ORGANISED

Year

Title Funding Agency Corodinator’s
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 (Last 3 years)

Year Title  Funding Agency Corodinator’s
2017 Recalibrating the Industry-Institute Space AICTE/QIP Dr. Seema K. Nayar&

Dr. Anu V. Thomas

2017 Health Monitoring of Structures AICTE/QIP Prof. Althaf M.&

Prof. Hazeena R

2017 Sustainable Development and Green Energy Technologies AICTE/QIP Dr. Anitha Joseph

Prof. Chinsu Mereena Joy

2017 Advances in Concrete Technology with Special Emphasis on Sustainable Development AICTE/QIP Dr. Nazeer M.&
Prof. Sulphia Beevi U
2017 Recent Advances in Planning and Management AICTE/QIP Dr. Reebu Zachriah Koshy & Prof. Mohamed Asim
2016 Advanced techniques for sustainable water resources and Environmental Management AICTE/QIP 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/QIP 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

WORKSHOPS CONDUCTED (Last 3 years)

Year Title Funding Agency Corodinator’s
  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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Electives

Elective I

  1. Modern Construction Materials
  2. Environmental Science and Management
  3. Advanced Concrete Technology
  4. Free Surface Flow

Elective II

  1. Soil Exploration
  2. Advanced Computational Methods
  3. Traffic Engineering
  4. Valuation of Real Properties
  5. Sustainable Development

Elective III

  1. Theory of Elasticity
  2. Deep Foundations
  3. Structural Analysis for Dynamic Loads
  4. Air Quality Management
  5. Personnel Management
  6. Design of Offshore Structures
  7. Pre-stressed Concrete

Elective IV

  1. Design of Port, Harbour & Coastal Structures
  2. Advanced Foundation Engineering
  3. Repair & Rehabilitation of Structures
  4. Ground Improvement

Elective V

  1. Design of Bridges
  2. Transportation Planning
  3. Materials Management
  4. Optimization Techniques in Engineering
  5. Geo-Environmental Engineering

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