The department of Civil Engineering at Thejus Engineering College is an integral part of this college. The department has justifiably provided itself on the quality of its academic programmes and is keeping pace with the latest developments in engineering education.
The department offers Bachelor’s Degree in Civil Engineering with student intake of 120 and Master’s degree in two major specialisations of Civil engineering (viz., Geotechnical Engineering and Structural Engineering) with an intake of 18 students in each specialisation.
This department has well equipped labs and workshops to impart practical training to the students. These include Material Testing lab, Geotechnical Engineering lab, Environmental Engineering lab, Transportation Engineering lab, Surveying lab and Software labs for extensive training to both the Undergraduate and Postgraduate students.
Our students are well placed in India and abroad and have also gone for higher studies.
To achieve excellence in Civil Engineering education, devoted to produce engineers with social commitment and ability to take up professional and research assignments in Civil Engineering and allied fields.
To foster an academic environment conducive in developing knowledge, skills and innovative solutions, that contributes to the sustainable development of our society.
|8.5 Years in Teaching, 1 Year in Industry and 4.5 Years in Research|
N.Shajil, S.M. Srinivasan and M. Santhanam "An innovative approach to achieve self centering and ductility of cement mortar beams through randomly distributed pseudo-elastic shape memory alloy fibers",SPIE Symposium on SPIE Smart Structures and Materials, Nondestructive Evaluation and Health Monitoring, 11-15 March 2012 in San Diego, California, USA . SCOPUS, Citation 2
N. Shajil , S. M. Srinivasan, and M. Santhanam (2013),” Robustness in Self-centering and Ductility of Shape Memory Alloy Fiber Reinforced Concrete”, MES Journal of Technology and Management , ISSN : 0976 3724, Vol 05, pp 6-12
N.Shajil, S.M. Srinivasan and M. Santhanam,“An experimental study on Recentering ability of Shape memory alloy fiber reinforced cement mortar subjected to cyclic loading”, Proceedings of ICTACEM 2010,December 27-29, 2010, IIT Kharagpur, India.
Shajil, N., Srinivasan, S.M. and Santhanam, M. (2012). "Robustness in Self-Centering and Ductility through Randomly Distributed Shape Memory Alloy Fibers as Reinforcement in Cement Mortar Beams". Poster presentation, ICSMA, 19-23 Aug, IISc Banglore
Shahas babu A, Shajil. N " Selection Criteria of green building materials in KETCON, A State level technical conference of APJ Abdul kalam Technological University, Kerala on 13Jan 2017.
Amrutha D, Shajil N (2018), Internet of Things in Construction Management, KETCON, A State level technical conference of APJ Abdul kalam Technological University, Kerala on 23rd Feb 2018
Rijul R, Shajil N (2018), Automated Construction-Safety Monitoring Using GPS, KETCON, A State level technical conference of APJ Abdul kalam Technological University, Kerala on 23rd Feb 2018
Civil engineering is the oldest and one of the most versatile branches of engineering. Every structure that we see around today is a creation of civil engineering. Civil engineers design, construct, supervise, operate, and maintain large construction projects and systems, including roads, buildings, airports, tunnels, dams, bridges, and systems for water supply and sewage treatment. Many civil engineers work in design, construction, research, and education.
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Department of Civil Engineering, THEJUS ENGINEERING COLLEGE , VELLARAKKAD, THRISSUR, would like to conduct a 3-day Faculty Development program on Design of Sustainable Infrastructure from July 2nd to 4th , sponsored by APJ ABDUL KALAM TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY.
This course covers the design aspects of buildings, bridges and foundations. The objective of this faculty development programme is to train the faculty members on sustainability in construction and design of infrastructure.
Feel free to contact, if you have any queries.
Ms. Anna Joseph
Assistant Professor, Civil Department
Ms. Geetha PR
Assistant Professor, Civil Department
The workshop was conducted by IREZ Academy. Various Non – Destructive Tests and their applications were discussed.Ultrasonic pulse velocity test and rebound hammer test were demonstrated.
National Science Day is celebrated in India on 28th February to mark the discovery of Raman effect by Sir. C. V. Raman.
As a part of national science day celebration, Dr. Deepa G. Nair, Professor at School of Engineering CUSAT, Cochin delivered a talk on “Sustainable Housing for Kerala”
The workshop was conducted by TICMAT Institute of Construction Management. The various construction management aspects like safety, quality control, quantity survey and estimation, project life cycle, pre-construction contracts and safety aspects related to construction and surveying concepts. Group activities were assigned to the students.
The training program was conducted by the training and support division of IEEE India
The awareness program was conducted to create an idea about the building information modelling among the students. The informative session was conducted by BIMLABS.
The awareness programme was conducted to commemorate the International Day for Disaster Management held every year on 13 October. This was conducted in association with the Fire and Rescue team, Kunnamkulam. Various disasters, safety measures and rescue measures were discussed and some of the rescue operations were demonstrated.
Students Paper presentations
The following B-Tech students secured the following positions in University Exams.