Profession of civil engineering retains its ancient aura even in the current era of electronic & computer revolution. This branch of engineering touches to the dire need of society, civilians which includes shelter & water, roads & bridges, dams & tunnels, environmental pollution and similar construction activities directly related to welfare of human being. As long as civilization exists & grows civil engineering profession will persist.

The department of civil engineering is having highly qualified teaching staff. It is well established with laboratories of modern equipments in Surveying

  • Engg. Mechanics
  • Strength of Material
  • Concrete Technology
  • Fluid Mechanics
  • Environmental Engineering
  • Transportation Engineering
  • Geotechnical Engineering
  • Engineering Geology

The department is also having separate computer centre.

Programme Outcomes

Goal of the Civil Engineering is to provide students with preparation to become worthy of professional careers in the field and to be motivated for lifelong learning. All prescribed courses have definite objectives and outcomes.

Program objectives are expected qualities of Engineers as under:

a) Preparation: To prepare students to excel in various educational programmes or to succeed in industry / technical profession through further education/training;
b) Core Competence: To provide students with a solid foundation in mathematical, scientific fundamentals required to solve Structural problems;
c) Breadth: To train students with a breadth of scientific knowledge to comprehend, analyze, design & create novel products and solutions for real life problems;
d) Professionalism: To inculcate in students professional/ethical attitude, effective team work skills, multidisciplinary approach and to relate engineering issues to a broader context;
e) Learning Environment: To provide students with academic environment of excellence, leadership, ethical guidelines and life-long learning needed for a long / productive career.

In addition to above DBATU graduate is expected to be;

1. Taking pride in their profession and have commitment to highest standards of ethical practices and related technical disciplines;
2. Able to design structural system that is safe, economical and efficient;
3. Capable of using modern tools efficiently in all aspects of professional practices;
4. Dealing successfully with real life civil engineering problems and achieve practical solutions based on a sound science and engineering knowledge;
5. Shall be engage in continuous research, development and exchange of knowledge for professional development;
6. Be honest in their control and performing their duties and promote effective use of resources through open, honest and impartial services to the public;
7. Act in such a manner which will uphold the honor, integrity, or dignity of the engineering profession, and avoid knowingly engaging in business or professional practices of a fraudulent, dishonest or unethical nature;
8. Recognize that the lives, safety, health and welfare of the general public are dependent upon engineering, decision and practices;
9. Continue their professional development throughout their careers and provide opportunities for the professional development;.

Career opportunities

The activities of civil engineers provide them with opportunities in a variety of locations from city centres to remote construction sites. Employment pportunities are available in various State and Central Government and Semi-Government departments, viz., P.W.D., irrigation, environment, railways, municipal or local bodies, corporation etc. and private sectors (like design, consultancy and construction firms). There is ample scope for self-employment. With a large outlay in government sector and a matching outlay in private sector, there will be adequate employment opportunities for civil engineers for years to come. There is a consistent and continuous demand for civil engineers.


Sr. Name Designation/Dept Qualification Experience Email Address Area of Specialization Image
Teaching Industry
1 Prof. SHETE G N (HOD) Asst. Prof. M.E. Structure 19
Structural Engineering
2 Prof. UPASE K S Asso. Prof. M.E. Structure 31
3 Prof. DESHPANDE S G Asso. Prof. B.E., M.Tech 21 Years
Environmental Engineering
4 Prof. HAMANE A A Asst. Prof. B.E., M.Tech 8
Structural Engineering
5 Prof.Shaikh A.N. Asst. Prof. B.E., M.E. 7
Structural Engineering
6 Prof.Kariappa M.S. Asst. Prof. B.E., M.E. 3 Structural Engineering
7 Prof.Rajput R.P. Asst.Prof. B.E., M.Tech 9 5
Construction Management

Laboratory Details

Sr. Name of lab Name of Special equipments
1 Environmental Laboratory Bod 6 Caft Ss
2 Soil Mechanics Laboratory Direct Shear Test Apparatus
3 Transporttation Engg. Laboratory Deval Abrasion Testing M/C Is 2386
4 Strength Of Materials Laboratory F.S.A. Make Utm Model Nrb 250 Complete With All Std. Accessories
5 Applied Mechanics Laboratory
6 Fluid Mechanics Laboratory Kaplan Turbine Test Rig With Mixed Flow Pump 20 Hp Moter Switch Statter Pipe Line Gate Valve Venturi Meter Manometer
7 Engg. Geology Laboratory
8 Concrete Technology Laboratory Amil Flexure Testing Machine For 100x100x500&150x150x700 Mm Beam Is 516 Motorised 100 Kn Capacity Aim 312
9 Surveying Laboratory Sokkia Elecronic Theodolite Dt-600
10 Construction Models Laboratory
11 Computer Laboratory (Civil)

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