Jaipur Engineering College And Research Centre

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Undergraduate Program

Civil Engineering

Department of Civil Engineering was established in year 2007. Department offers Bachelor of Technology degree with an intake of 150 students. We have well qualified and dedicated faculty and staff members. The dedication and hard work of the faculty and staff members have given fruitful results with our students securing ranks at University examination consistently. Department have well equipped laboratories. A separate CENTRE OF EXCELLENECE has been established which give the opportunity to the students to work on the software’s such as AutoCAD, Stadpro, C etc. A wide selection of projects, seminars and training facilities besides technical visits to industrial enterprises and specialized lectures from industry specialists generates enormous potential and confidence among the students enabling them to independently handle the life size problems in their engineering careers.Many MoU’s are signed with various industries offering opportunity to the students to learn working culture of industry. The Department also has a well-established workshop for training in Moulding, Smithy, Carpentry, Welding, Fitting and Machine tools.

Civil engineering is a professional engineering discipline that deals with the design, construction and maintenance of the physical and naturally built environment, including works like roads, bridges, canal, damns and building. Civil engineering is traditionally broken into a number of sub-disciplines. It is the second oldest engineering discipline after military engineering, and it is defined to distinguish non military engineering and military engineering. Civil engineering takes place in the public sector from municipal through to national governments, and in the private sector from individual homeowners through to international companies. ‘Jaipur engineering college and research centre, Jaipur’ was established in 2000 and the Civil engineering department is the part of the institute. The department has grown tremendously over the years and in now recognized as one of the major engineering departments in the country. The department has developed strong links with the building and construction industry and academic and research in the country. The department of civil engineering with its multifaceted faculty continues to maintain and cultivate its strong links with the infrastructural industry and academic in the country. Civil engineering departments works on a mission to provide outcome based education to create a learning environment conducive for achieving academic excellence and to prepare civil engineers for the society with high ethical values. Also, the vision of institute of is to become a renowed centre of outcome based learning and work towards academic, professional, cultural and social enrichment of the lives of individuals and communities. Civil engineering being one of the core and most fundamental engineering branches is fully dedicated towards the same teaching and learning philosophy of foundation with a team of dozen and highly qualified and experienced faculty members we offer the most enjoyable and effective learning to all the students. For better understanding and effective learning of students, institute conduct many industrial and educational visit such as an educational visit to “Jantar Mantar” and sewage treatment plant visit with an endeavor to promote scientific attitude among the young minds, J-Techtrix was conducted. This project exhibition focuses on encouraging the innovations within them. The key objective is to bring out the hidden talents and inculcate technical knowledge in students. The mission of the institute is to focus on envalution of learning outcomes and motivate students to inculcate research aptitude by project based learning, to offer opportunities for interaction between academia and industry and to develop human potential to its fullest extent so that intellectually capable and imaginatively gifted leaders may emerge.


The department of Civil Engineering was established in 2009 and has since, developed into a centre of excellence in Civil Engineering. It is the major department having number of laboratories with a diversified variety of equipment focusing on fundamental aspects of Civil Engineering. In order to cope up with the requirement of industries, the department also have laboratories with latest technologies. Students have an open access in the laboratories to understand as well as apply their knowledge to explore their engineering skills. The department have team of highly motivated and dedicated faculty members to the cause of academics and striving to do the best in the interest of the college and the students. Most of the faculty members are actively involved in research work and regularly publishing their research papers in Journals and Conferences.

To become a role model in the field of Civil Engineering for the sustainable development of the society.

M1. To provide outcome-based education.

M2. To create a learning environment conducive to achieving academic excellence.

M3.To prepare civil engineers for the society with high ethical values.

On behalf of all our faculty, staff and students, I would like to welcome you to the Civil Engineering Department at the Jaipur Engineering College and Research Centre.

The Department of Civil Engineering with its multi-faceted faculty maintains its strong links with the construction industry by engaging in civil engineering activities. The students here are encouraged to engage extra-curricular and co-curricular activities which are essential for personality development, nurturing of team spirit and development of organizational skills.

Krishan Kumar Saini
Assistant Professor
Department of Civil Engineeirng
Jaipur Engineering College and Rearch Centre
email:- hod.ce@jecrc.ac.in

To request additional information concerning the Department of Civil Engineering, you can reach us at:

Krishan Kumar Saini
Assistant Professor
Department of Civil Engineering
JECRC, Sitapura Jaipur- 302 022

Contact – 9694908459
Email – hod.ce@jecrc.ac.in

The Department of Civil Engineering is affiliated with Rajasthan Technical University and offers Under-Graduate programs.

The CE Department practices the Outcome Based Education (OBE) approach for the teaching-learning process. This is a learning-centric approach rather than a traditional teaching-centric approach to education. This approach focuses on the attributes the students should possess after the completion of the program through the following key questions:-

  1. At the end of the course, what should a student be able to do?
  2. How can the faculty and staff help the student in gaining this ability?
  3. How will we measure if the students have gained this ability?
  4. How to involve all the stakeholders viz. students, faculty, alumni, employers, industry, parents and society, for continuous improvement of the program?

Under the OBE model, the quality of teaching is measured by the quality of learning, defined as outcomes, that takes place. Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs) are formulated to align with the vision and mission of the Department. Program Outcomes (POs) are defined to achieve PEOs which are further aligned to the Course Outcomes (CO) of each subject. Vision, Mission and PEOs are the long-term outcomes whereas POs and COs are the short-term outcomes.

Bachelor of Technology in Mechanical Engineering or B.Tech. (ME) is a full-time undergraduate programme, affiliated to Rajasthan Technical University(RTU), with a total duration 4 years, each year comprising of two semesters. It is one of the most sought-after programmes. All admissions to this programme are through Rajasthan Engineering Admission Process(REAP).

The course curriculum includes core courses along with professional as well as open elective courses. Courses from humanities and social, basic and engineering sciences are also given due weight as per standard norms.

1. Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering Fundamentals and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.

2. Problem analysis: Identify, formulate, research literature, and analyze complex electronics and communication engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.

3. Design/development of solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.

4. Conduct investigations of complex problems: Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.

5. Modern tool usage: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modeling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.

6. The engineer and society: Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.

7. Environment and sustainability: Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.

8. Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.

9. Individual and team work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.

10. Communication: Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.

11. Project management and finance: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.

12. Life-long learning: Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.

The following are the Program Specific Outcomes of Civil Engineering Graduate:

PEO1. To provide students with the fundamentals of Engineering Sciences with more emphasis on Mechanical Engineering by analyzing and exploiting engineering challenges.

PEO2.To train students with good scientific and engineering knowledge so as to comprehend, analyze, design, and create novel products and solutions for real-life problems.

PEO3. To inculcate a professional and ethical attitude, effective communication skills, teamwork skills, multidisciplinary approach, entrepreneurial thinking, and an ability to relate engineering issues with social issues.

PEO4. To provide students with an academic environment aware of excellence, leadership, written ethical codes and guidelines, and the self-motivated life-long learning needed for a successful professional career.

PEO5. To prepare students to excel in Industry and Higher education by Educating Students with High moral values and Knowledge.

The following are the Program Specific Outcomes of Civil Engineering Graduate:

PSO 1: Enhancing the employability skills by making the students capable of qualifying National level competitive examinations.

PSO 2: Inculcating in students’ technical competencies to deal with practical aspects of civil engineering.

PSO 3: Cognizance of social awareness and environmental necessity along with ethical responsibility to have a successful career and become an entrepreneur.

Placements 2015-16

Placements 2016-17

Placements 2017-18

1. Major

  1. Earthquake Resistant Buildings.
  2. Assessment of optimum flyash and lime for weak subgrade in the design of flexible pavements.
  3. Management of ammonical waste, generated from cold storages.
  4. Physical properties of Fly Ash based Geopolymers.
  5. Study of Shear Wall Frame Structure Subjected to Earthquake Loading in G+15 Building.

Dexterity – “Bridge O Mania”

The event here explodes the creativity of participant and his/her understanding of the structure by implementing simple theories of structure and a little mathematics. In this event ,participants have to construct a bridge of given dimensions using popsicle sticks.

Date of the event:25thMarch 2018.

Venue:VIP Parking C Block (CE)

Faculty Co-ordinators:

Mr. Amit Mittal

Students Co-ordinators:

Nanu Ram Jat (8085852300)

Zenith – “Reach Towards Sky”

The event here explodes the creativity of the participant and his\her understanding of the structure. In this event, participants have to construct a structure of roof and floor standing more or less permanently in one place with provided props.

Date of the event: 26th March 2018.

Venue: C block VIP Parking(CE)

Faculty Co-ordinators:

Ms. Nida Khanam

Students Co-ordinators:

Nitin Agarwal (8503090711)


The event here explores basic engineering knowledge. This event is a quiz competition comprising three rounds. first & second rounds which is a buzzer round and then a target round which will be had on the yearly syllabus only.

Date of the event:26thMarch 2018.

Venue: CG – 08, 09 (CE) C Block

Faculty Co-ordinators:

Mr. Pardeep Kr. Jain

Students Co-ordinators:

Sunil Gurjar (9166489905)

Best Out Of Waste

As the name itself explains “Best Out Of Waste”. this is an event in which participants are supposed to make anything to their creativity from the waste products given to them. We will be providing them with the materials from which they need to make any 3D model.

Date of the event:27thMarch 2018.

Venue: VIP Parking C Block

Faculty Co-ordinators:

Mrs. Monika Sharma

Students Co-ordinators:

Shalini Goyal (9057458958

Cad-Darshan (Express your Cad Skill)

The event here explores the understanding of AutoCAD. This event will be conducted in two rounds. First round comprising the questions based on basic AutoCAD knowledge followed by second round in which participants will have to draw the plan of dimensions provided.

Date of the event:25thMarch 2017.

Venue: CP19, 20 (CE) C Block

Faculty Co-ordinators:

Mr. Jitesh Kr. Jain

Students Co-ordinators:

Kr. Avinash Aman (8441885756)

Click-O-Mania (If you find it, click it)

This event is a fun event, which tests the ability of time management and casual knowledge about our college and civil engineering. In the event, the participants will be given ‘5 chits’ having names\description of some technical and non-technical terms, names of some places, and things of our college, and will also have names of some known faculties. The participants will have to find them and click a selfie in a limited time period. The participants clicking in less time will be declared the winner.

Date of the event:27thMarch 2018.

Venue: C block VIP Parking(CE)

Faculty Co-ordinators:

Mr. Hitesh Nagar

Students Co-ordinators:

Mehul Chaturvedi (9471675015)

Application of Numerical Methods

Civil Engineering Materials Lab

Computer Aided Building Design

Concrete Technology

Environmental Engineering Lab

Fluid Mechanics Lab

Geology Lab

Geotechnical Engineering Lab

Hydraulic Machines Lab

Material Testing Lab

Steel Structures Design

Structural Engineering Lab

Surveying Lab-I

Surveying Lab-II

Radhika Bhardwaj

I believe that choosing JECRC for my studies was a lifetime decision. The teaching learning process is friendly besides being efficient. I am grateful to my faculty and management for providing me with the required industrial exposure which is helpful for me at my workplace. The proper nurturing at JECRC has helped me a lot professionally.

Kalpit Meena

I am fortunate enough to be a JECRC Alumni as I had ample opportunities at the college for my academic excellence as well as personality grooming. JECRC is one place where dream meets reality. The moments captured at JECRC are the most precious for me. I thank the faculty and management for giving us a life-changing experience.

Nikhil Maheswari

The college days at JECRC were filled with joy and enthusiasm. This was due to the dedicated college management and faculty of CE department. The practical experience gained through industrial tours and visits helped us to evolve as a civil engineer. I feel privileged to be a JECRC Alumni.

Anshul Kumar Gupta

The availability of right opportunity at right time is very important. I think getting admitted to JECRC was an opportunity met at the right time for me. I dedicate my professional achievements to the honest efforts of the JECRC family. I believe it is an organization which believes in all round development of its students. I thank CE department faculty for their commendable efforts in making me an efficient civil engineer.

Mobility Expert Talk (July 8 2017)

QIP Short Term Course on “Enhancing Yield in Metal Casting” Attended by Er.Akhilesh Paliwal At IIT, Roorkee (July 10-14 2017)

Date of the event:10-14thJuly 2017.

Venue: IIT, Roorkee

Objective/s: QIP Short Term Course on “Enhancing Yield in Metal Casting”

Short term course on “Applied Statistics for Experiments”

Date of the event:9-13thOctober 2017.

Venue: MNIT Jaipur

Outcome: Candidates (Students and Faculty) will be able to identify and interpret concepts of Big Data.

Short Term Course in NITTTR Chandigarh

Mr. Satyendra kumar delivered a Expert Lecture on “Optimization in Mechanical Component Design”.

Venue: Poornima University

Objective/s: To enhance the awareness about Optimization in Mechanical Component Design.

Best faculty Award

Venue: JECRC, Jaipur

Prize winners: Dr. M. P. Singh (Programme Coordinator and HOD ME),
Mr. Manish Jain,
Mr. Kuldeep Sharma,
Dr. Bhuvnesh Bharadwaj

NKRC Season-4

Moon Riders JECRC @ NKRC

Date of the event:29thSeptember 2017.

Venue:Radharamn Engg. College, Bhopal

Objective/s:A team of 18 students of Moonriders visited Radharamn Engg. College, Bhopal from 29/9/17-5/10/17.


Date of the event:11thJanuary 2018.

Venue:Radharamn Engg. College,

Objective/s:This year various teams represented college in IKC Season 2, which is 2nd season of a National level Go-Kart event hosted by SAE (Society of Automotive Engineers). Virtual Round was the first round of IKC Season 2 and was conducted online where teams from nationwide participated and presented a prototype of their respective models and the Computer Aided Design of karts. The final rounds of event was hosted at Kolhapur under SAE. Team Moonriders was competent with other national level teams and performed very well. This event was held from 11.01.18 to 15.01.18

Geeta Gyan Pratiyogita @ SKIT 2018

Conference [NCFTME 2018]

Date of the event:25thMarch 2018.

Venue:Jaipur Engineering College and Research Centre, Jaipur


To provide an exceptional platform to the academicians, researchers and students.

To meet and discuss the practical solutions, scientific results and methods in solving various problems with people who are actively involved in emerging research fields.

To focus on the recent technological developments in all the areas of renewable energy sources and sustainable development.


Students and research scholars were made aware of the recent trends in the field of renewable energy.

Students knew about the benefits of such conferences so that they may get an insight into the field of research which is an essential factor for the advancement of their career.


Date of the event:6-7thApril 2018.

Venue:JECRC, Jaipur

Objective/s:International conference have been organized on April 6-7, 2018 at Jaipur Engineering College and Research Center, Jaipur. The conferences have been collectively organized by the Department of Mechanical Engineering, Department of Information and Technology, Department of Electronics and Communication, and Department of Mathematics. The idea was to provide a common platform for researchers to learn and explore different dimensions with the motive to find solutions for the common good of the society.

Special Guests:

Prof. (Dr.) Noe. G. Alba-Baena from University of Texas

Shri GunjanSaxena, General Manager in BSNL, Jaipur

Prof. (Dr.) Deepak Garg from Bennett University

Prof. (Dr.) Rajesh Kumar Tiwari from RVS College of Engg and Technology, Jamshedpur

Prof. (Dr.) Peeyush Chandra Retd. Professor of Mathematics from IIT Kanpur

Prof. (Dr.) MeghanshuVashista from Department of Mechanical Engg, IIT BHU

Prof. (Dr.) PurshotamChaturani, Retd. Professor of Mathematics from IIT Bombay, along with Mr.Amit and Arpit Agrawal Director JECRC foundation

Prof V.K.Chandna,Principal JECRC,Jaipur

FDP on “Mathematical Modeling and Optimization of Industrial Problems”

Short Term Course on “product Design and Development” By NITTTR

Date of the event:7-11th November 2017.

Venue:JECRC, Jaipur

Outcome:The programme started with the lightening of the lamp by all the dignitaries who came in the inauguration ceremony of ICT based Short Term course on Product Design and Development. First Dr. M. P. Singh , Head Department of Mechanical Engineering briefed about the short term course and talked about the objective of the STC and importance of STC . He discussed about the design and how the design can be improved ,what is the role of CAD and FEM in design and these are the design tool by using them design can be changed very easily. .Reverse Engineering and Rapid Prototyping are the key of product Development. Mr. Manish Jain, Deputy Director JECRC, Jaipur, inaugurated the session & Addressed about importance of Short term courses and workshops in teaching and technical supporting staff at different levels covering new recruits as well as in-service personnel. These are offered in a wide variety of areas subject matter updating, refresher courses, emerging rural and appropriate technologies, managerial expertise, Entrepreneurship development, research capability, emerging instructional systems, instructional materials development, multimedia development, laboratory experimentation and innovations, computer education, industry institute interaction, etc for enhancing competence of faculty members. HOD Physics Prof. R K Mangal focused on the practical knowledge in technical education , because it is the primary need of the industries .Dean I year Prof. U K pareek talked about technical knowledge and its importance rather than be the distinction in the UG programme .He talked about the importance of classes and role of faculty in the class.Course coordinator Mr. VipinGoyal gave the vote of thanks to all the dignities, participants and students . Prof. Paabla has informed about the ICT based STC and explained about the advantages of STC.

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  • Induction Program
    o Introduction on Civil Engineering to 1st Year Students.
    o Date: Aug, 4, 2018
    o Venue: A-Block Auditorium
    Conducted by: Kamlesh Kr. Choudhary, Prateek Sharma
  • Training Program For 2nd Year Students
    o Various workshops on technical subjects were conducted by Ms. Nida Khanam and Mr. Narendra Sipani.
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