Civil Laboratories

Labs

The department has well-equipped laboratories with state of the art infrastructure as per the AICTE norms and JNTUH guidelines. The laboratories are well equipped to cater to the practical & innovative needs of the students and faculty. The list of laboratories in our department is:

S.NO Name of the Laboratory UG/PG Major Equipment
1 SURVEYING LAB UG Total Station, Theodolite
2 STRENGTH OF MATERIALS UG Universal Testing machine, Impact testing Machine
3 ENGINEERING GEOLOGY UG Direct shear Apparatus, California Bearing Ratio
4 FLUID MECHANICS UG Kaplan Turbine, Francis Turbine
5 SOIL MECHANICS UG Direct shear Apparatus, California Bearing Ratio
6 CONCRETE TECHNOLOGY UG Compression testing machine,
Flexural testing machine
7 TRANSPORTATION ENGINEERING UG Ductility testing machine,
Abrasion testing machine
8 ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING UG Spectrometer, Autoclave
9 GIS LAB UG  –
10 CAD LAB UG  –
Geotechnical Engineering Lab
Concrete Technology Lab
Geotechnical Engineering Lab
Geotechnical Engineering Lab
Machine Tools Lab
Strength of Materials Lab
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RAVINDAR MOGILI

Associate Professor

M.Tech (CSE), (Phd)

14 Years of Teaching experience

Area of interest: Data Mining, Machine learning, Image processing

ravindermogili@gmail.com

Mobile: 9493142141

 

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