Department Of Civil Engineering

Department Highlights

  • Ascribed and accredited successively in 3 cycles by National Board of Accreditation(NBA).
  • Department has strong focus in the areas of Transportation Engineering, Geotechnical Engineering, Structural Engineering, Hydraulics, Water Resources Engineering and Environmental Engineering.
  • Accustomed for producing University rankers since inception.
  • Industry centric Curriculum.
  • Building information Modelling (BIM) computing facility sponsored by Bentley Systems , USA .
  • Collaboration with Builders Association of India (BAI) for Internships, placements and curriculum development.
  • Inception of interdisciplinary courses through Industry Assistance supported by SpitZen Energy systems, Germany, Unity Consultants,Pune.
  • Unique international Student chapter of ASCE along with six vibrant national Student chapters.
  • Tracked curriculum with special track in Industry Internships, Research, Higher Studies and Entrepreneurship in Final year.
  • Tracked Post graduation course in Structural Engineering with Industry and Entrepreneurship.
  • Student Internships in reputed industries and International Universities like KMITL, Thailand .University of Malaya.
  • Alumni serving Government organizations, Civil Services and reputed Industries across the globe.
  • Recipient of funds under MHRD for Unnat Bharat Abhiyaan ,AICTE for MODROBS and BCUD for research and development.
  • Addressing Socio technical issues through Environmental Club ,an unique student’s initiative named “Shashwat” working with prominent NGOs.

About Department

The department was established in the year of 2003-04 with an initial intake of 60 students. From 2012-13 intake has been increased to 120. The department also offers Post Graduate Course in M.E. Civil (Structural Engineering).The department has also recognized as Ph.D Research Center in year the 2012-13.The Civil Engineering Department is accomplished with full of energetic, well-qualified and experienced faculty who is also involved in research, professional activities inside & outside the campus along with the young, dynamic and dedicated faculty members.

Vision-Mission & PEOs

Vision

"To provide an excellent academic environment for students to become competent Civil Engineer. "

Mission

  • To reinforce the students with fundamentals of Civil Engineering by providing scholarly and vibrant environment for successful careers.
  • To explore and develop innovations that contributes to higher education, research and entrepreneurship development in applied domains of Civil Engineering.
  • To serve society through knowledge and expertise in Civil Engineering.

Program Educational Objectives (PEOs):

  • PEO I: Graduate shall have successful career in Civil Engineering, exhibit leadership and teamwork ability.

  • PEO II: Graduate shall possess an ability to work in diversified professional environment with functional and disciplinary skills in social context.

  • PEO III: Graduate shall have an ability and skill to address research, professional challenges and be a lifelong learner.

HoD’s Desk

Dr. A. R. Patil
Head, Department of Civil Engineering

From The HOD Desk,

The department was established in the year of 2003-04 with an initial intake of 60 students. From 2012-13 intake has been increased to 120. The department also offers Post Graduate Course in M.E. Civil (Structural Engineering).The department has also recognized as Ph.D Research Center in year the 2012-13.The Civil Engineering Department is accomplished with full of energetic, well-qualified and experienced faculty who is also involved in research, professional activities inside & outside the campus along with the young, dynamic and dedicated faculty members.

Department Faculty Members


Dr. R. K. Jain

BE Civil

ME (Town Planning)

PhD (Transportation Engineering)


Dr. Ajit Rajdhar Patil

BE Civil

M.E CIVIL (CM )

PhD (Construction Management)


Dr. Shahapure Shrishaila S

BE(Civil)

M.E.(Civil)

Ph.D.(Civil)


Dr. R. A. Dubal

BE CIVIL (Distinction)

M.E(Structural Engineering)

Ph.D.(Civil Engineering)


Dr. Anandrao Ramchandra Deshmukh

BE Civil

M.E CIVIL (Hydraulics )

Ph.D.(CIVIL)


Dr. Minaxi Rai Sharma

B.Tech(Civil)

M.Tech.(Transportation)

Ph.D.(Civil)


Dr.Lad Ravindra Krishnarao

BE CIVIL

M.E(Environment)


Dr. Girija Avadhoot Deshpande

BE(Civil)

M.Tech.(Structural)

Ph.D.(Civil)


Mr. S. L. Bhilare

BE CIVIL

M.E(Structure)

PhD


Mr. Joshi Hemant Jagannath

BE CIVIL

M.E(Structure)

PhD


Mrs. Patil Kalpana M.

ME


Mrs. Sayyed Goushiya Ahmad

BE(CIVIL)

M.Tech.(Structure)

Ph.D.(Earthquake)Percuing


Mrs. Bharati Vikram Mahajan

BE(Civil Engg)

ME(Civil Engg)

Phd . Pursuing


Mrs. Shruti. P. Shinde

M. Tech.


Mrs. U. A. Mahadik.

ME (Construction management)


Mrs. N. S. Pote

BE

ME


Mr. R. R. Bhosale

ME


Mrs. Kanchan Bhushan Pimple

BE Civil

M.E CIVIL (Structures)


Mrs. Manisha Devidas Sawant

M.E.(Geotechnical Engineering)


Prof R. K. Tiwari

BE (CE)

ME (CTM)

Ph.D.(Pursuing - CTM)


Mrs. S.A. Mishra

BE CIVIL (Distinction)

M.E(Structural Engineering, Distinction)


Mrs.Kalyani Kaustubh Deshmukh.

BE(Civil)

ME (Construction Management ) -


Mrs. Meghna. H. Patankar

B.E.

M.E.(Structures)


Mrs Samrin Asim Bagwan

BE (Civil)

ME (Structure)


Prof. Pramod H. Yadav

BE (Civil)

M.Tech (CM)


Ms. Sayali B. Rautmare

BE (Civil)

M.E. (Geotech)


Mrs. Rina Rahul Chute (Wadhai)

BE (CE)

M.Tech (Environmental Engg.)


Mr. Prasad Baburao Joshi

BE (Civil)

M.Tech (Structures)


Mrs. Ramatai Ganesh Pawar

BE (Civil)

M. E.(STRUCTURE)

PHD. Pursuing


Mrs. Aparupa Shenoy

BE (Civil)

M.Tech (Env. Sc & Engg)

Ph.D.(Env. Engg. Pursuing)


Dr. Jagdish Rameshrao Dhanuskar

BE (Civil Engg.)

M.Tech.(Structural Engg)

Ph.D.(Structural Engg.)


Dr. Preeti W. Gajghate

BE (CE)

M. Tech (WRE)

PhD (CE)


Dr. Preeti V. Ramkar

BE (CE)

ME (Hydraulics)

Ph.D. (water resources engineering)

Civil Syllabus

FY Syllabus
Fy Syllabus View
Syllabus
Syllabus Structure View
S.Y. Syllabus View
T.Y. Syllabus View

Laboratory

List of Laboratories

Under Graduate Computer Lab

Description:
The laboratory has seven software these are used by undergraduate students for performing exercises given in various course domains. Final year students exclusively use the software for their project work.

Features:
Well equiped lab. Students perform practicals of Operating System based on Windows 7 platform.

Utilization:
UG/PG

Area of Practical:
99 sq.m

Lab Incharge:
Mr. Raj Bhosale

Lab Assistant:
R. Nandgaonkar

Structural Dynamics Lab

Description:
This Lab is a distinct feature of the Department of Civil Engineering is utilized by the Post graduate students. Major Equipment in this lab is Horizontal Shake Table.

Features:
The lab is well equiped and developed by taking into consideration the needs of the ME students. Lab is used for perforing dissertation work along with learning and implementing different technologies.

Utilization:
PG

Area of Practical:
99 sq.m

Lab Incharge:
Dr G.A. Deshpande

Lab Assistant:
Mr. B.N. Karande

Geology Lab

Description:
The Engineering Geology Laboratory is a distinct feature of the Department of Civil Engineering. Unlike the Geology labs in some of the other institutes, the specimens that one finds here are collected by the laboratory in charges over the years. As such, this lab boasts of perhaps one the most varied and diverse collections of rock and mineral specimens around the University, along with some well-preserved core samples, and a number of high quality, informative charts and models.

Features:
lab boasts of perhaps one the most varied and diverse collections of rock and mineral specimens number of high quality, informative charts and models.

Utilization:
UG

Area of Practical:
92 sq.m

Lab Incharge:
Mrs. NilimaPote

Lab Assistant:
Mr. B.N. Karande

Environmental Engineering Lab

Description:
Environmental lab is utilized by the Undergraduate students for Environmental Engineering II as well as Environmental Engineering I in Sem I and Sem II respectively. Lab has BCUD funded project of Rs.1,70,000/- .Major equipment in this Laboratory are High Volume Sampler, BOD Incubator, Spectrophotometer. Eco Sustainability Club " Shaashwat" is formed under this lab.

Features:
Lab has BCUD funded project of Rs.1,70,000/- .Major equipment in this Laboratory are High Volume Sampler, BOD Incubator, Spectrophotometer.

Utilization:
UG

Area of Practical:
66 sq.m

Lab Incharge:
Mrs. B.V. Mahajan

Lab Assistant:
K.S. Khandagale

Fluid Mechanics Lab

Description:
Utilized is utilized by the Under graduate students (for Fluid Mechanics in Semester I) as well as Ph.D scholars. Research Project grant from Savitri Bhai Pule University Pune for two projects

Features:
well equiped with Tilting Fluume ,Wind Tunnel.

Utilization:
UG

Area of Practical:
214 sq.m

Lab Incharge:
Dr. A.R. Deshmukh

Lab Assistant:
K.A. Budhner

Geotechnical Lab

Description:
This lab setup is according to university syllabus and consultancy purpose. Lab is utilized by Under Graduate students of second year semester I. Major equipment in this lab are Tri Axial Test setup, Direct Shear test setup, unconfined compression test setup and caries Indian Geotechnical Society chapter.

Features:
Major equipment in this lab are Tri Axial Test setup, Direct Shear test setup, unconfined compression test setup and caries Indian Geotechnical Society chapter.

Utilization:
UG

Area of Practical:
132 sq.m

Lab Incharge:
Mrs. Manisha Sawant

Lab Assistant:
Mr. S.M. Sawant

Post Graduate Computer Lab

Description:
This lab has two software i.e. SAP 2000 and ETAB (Design Software).ME(Structures) - first year students is utilized this lab for Seminars and lab practices. Also Final year students exclusively use the software for their project work.

Features:
The lab is well equiped and developed by taking into consideration the needs of the ME students. Lab is used for perforing dissertation work along with learning and implementing different technologies.

Utilization:
UG

Area of Practical:
132 sq.m

Lab Incharge:
Mr. Raj Bhosale

Lab Assistant:
Mrs. R. Nandgaonkar

Transportation Lab

Description:
Transportation lab is utilized by the Undergraduate students for Transportation Engineering Course in Sem I and Advanced Transportation Engineering Course (Elective) in Sem II. The lab is spacious and well equipped with all the major equiments to provide best laboratory facilities to cater to the needs of the students. Facilities are available for Aggregate Testing, Bitumen Testing, Bituminous Mix Testing and Structural Evaluation of the pavement. Latest software related to Transportation Engineering like MX Roads, InRoads, Microstation and GeoPak are available in the department to enhance the technical skills of the students.

Features:
Facilities are available for Aggregate Testing, Bitumen Testing, Bituminous Mix Testing and Structural Evaluation of the pavement.

Utilization:
UG

Area of Practical:
99 sq.m

Lab Incharge:
Mrs. Shruti Shinde

Lab Assistant:
Mr. B.N. Karande

Surveying Lab

Description:
This laboratory since its inception to the Civil Department carries instruments right from Dumpy Level to advanced Total Station to cater the need of syllabus for undergraduate students from Second and Third year engineering. The laboratory is equipped with instruments like Optical One Second Theodolite and Electronic Total station to be at par with the need of global education system.

Features:
laboratory is equipped with instruments like Optical One Second Theodolite and Electronic Total station to be at par with the need of global education system.

Utilization:
UG

Area of Practical:

Lab Incharge:
Dr.Shahpure S.S.

Lab Assistant:
Mr. S.M. Sawant

Research Lab

Description:
This Lab is utilized by the Research scholars as well as P G students. ANSYS, and software from Bentley Systems for different domains of Civil Engineering are being used.

Features:
ANSYS, and software from Bentley Systems for different domains of Civil Engineering are being used.

Utilization:
UG/PG

Area of Practical:

Lab Incharge:
Dr.Shahpure S.S.

Lab Assistant:
R. Nandgaonkar

Strength of Materials Lab

Description:
Strength of Material lab is equipped with some major instruments like Universal Testing Machine having capacity 600 KN and Compression Testing Machine having 2000 KN. This lab setup adequately caters to the academic requirements of UG students and PG students. The setup can also be utilized for consultancy work regarding testing of different material such as Steel, Concrete, etc.

Features:
Universal Testing Machine having capacity 600 KN and Compression Testing Machine having 2000 KN. This lab setup adequately caters to the academic requirements of UG students and PG students.

Utilization:
UG

Area of Practical:
99 sq.m

Lab Incharge:
Mrs. K.B. Pimple

Lab Assistant:
B.N. Karande

Concrete Technology Lab

Description:
Experiments of Advances concrete technology (BE civil) for Sem - I and Concrete Technology (SE Civil) For Sem -II are performed. Utilized for Research Project of PG Students and UG students. Spacious well equipped laboratory with provision of safety equipment like fire extinguisher, first aid box etc. Consultancy of Testing material i.e.Cement, Aggregate, Steel, bricks ,concrete cubes and Concrete mix design are done. Lab has utilized for Research project grand ( BCUD) from SPPU of 1, 90,000/- by Prof. Sayyed G.A.

Features:
Lab has utilized for Research project grand ( BCUD) from SPPU of 1, 90,000/- by Prof. Sayyed G.A.

Utilization:
UG

Area of Practical:
66 sq.m

Lab Incharge:
Prof.G A Sayyed

Lab Assistant:
K.S. Khandagale

Events And Activities

SY B Tech Induction Program

Resource Person : Mr. A A Kshirsagar

01-07-2020 - 15-07-2021

TY B Tech and BE Induction Program

Resource Person : Mr Prashant Sungar

01-07-2020 - 15-07-2021

Expert session on Safety at sites

Resource Person : Prof. Mujtaba Lokhandwala

21-10-2021

Expert session on Welded Plate Girder

Resource Person : Prof. Dr.S.R. Parekar

06-11-2020

Microstation training

Resource Person : S B Patil, G A Sayyed, N S Pote, Sujana PK

16-07-2020 - 01-08-2020

Expert session on Retrofitting and strengthening of RCC Structures

Resource Person : Prof. Ravi Ranade

Coordinator : Mr.Omkar Kulkarni

30-08-2020

STAAD Pro training

Resource Person : A S Patil, G S Wayal, M M Patil, K M Patil, K B Pimple

16-07-2020 - 01-08-2020

Campus Readiness Training Program

11-05-2022

ETAB Training in Collaboration

Co-ordinator : Rahul Kapse and associates

11-06-2022

Visit at ATAL Tunnel

2022

Visit at Water treatment Plant Visit at Sewage treatment Plant

2022

Visit at Indian Metrological Department

2022

Visit at Sonigara Corporation, Ravet

2022

Student’s Achievement

Sooraj Nair (BE B),Om Naik (BE B),Diksha Kamble (TY B) and Mrunal Kale (TY A) won 1st prize in ASCE UESI Surveying Competition

2022

Pramathi Gidde received 1st prize in speech competition

16-01-2021

Harshad Eknath Kharat, a second-year BTech student of Civil Engineering won in Robo League competition

2021

Sai Gadak, Pawan Deshmukh,ShubhamNikam, Sanshruti Gite won 1st in direction and overall 2nd in Abhiyanta Karandak.

11-01-2020

Samarth Patil ,Srushti Patil ,Abhishek Borate ,Amit Gadpallu and Shweta shelhe won 1st prize PCERF-B. G. Shirke Vidyarthi Awards.

17-01-2020

Shubham Nikam received 2nd in prize in Poster Making in SPPU Youth Festival

13-10-2019

Shubham Nikam,Sanskruti Gite and team received 3rd Prize in Act Raj Karandak

06-12-2019

Shubham Nikam received 1st Prize in Doodling in Impressions.

15-12-2019

3rd in debate competition in SPPU Youth Festival .

13-10-2019

Sachine Phadtare and team won 1st prize in football in competition.

11-03-2019

Student’s Association

Student’s Association

Emphasizing on the impetus to be rekindled in the younger minds regarding entrepreneurship, leadership and developing the personalities of the students so that they emerge as not only good civil engineers but also responsible and law-abiding citizens. Outcome Exposure of students regarding on-site issues, pre-requisites for handling any future tasks involving technical knowledge as well as terminologies used by the labor class. Increased confidence of the students for taking up innovative initiatives. A generation of civil engineers who will serve as an asset to the society

Grandmasters Chess Tournament heled on the occasion of Independence Day.

Photography Competition held on the occasion of “Republic Day”.

Teacher’s Day Celebration program was held on Wednesday 5th of September.

CESA (Civil Engineering Students Association) Club in collaboration with ASCE (American Society of Civil Engineering) the Treasure Hunt Competition (Leader Board)

MOU's

MoUs Signed

PO/PSO

Program Outcomes

Engineering Graduates will be able to:

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, review research literature, and analyze complex 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.

Program Specific Outcomes (PSOs)

A graduate of the Computer Engineering Program will demonstrate:

PSO1: Engineering Graduates will be able to satisfy the essentials in planning, analysis, design and maintenance of Civil Engineering Structures by incorporating latest technologies and modern tools.

PSO2: Engineering Graduates will be proficient in identifying and solving complex infrastructural problems, applying management and engineering techniques.

PSO3: Engineering Graduates will be able to provide sustainable solutions to environmental and water resources challenges.

Outcome Based Education(OBE) Handbook

Professional Bodies

ASCE Student Chapter

Name of Faculty Coordinator: Dr. Minaxi Rai Sharma

ASCE Student Chapter is an International Chapter which helps students prepare themselves for entry into the Civil Engineering profession and into society as a whole. The learning opportunities for the students include interaction with other members in the student chapter and professionals in the field, participation in international technical events hosted by ASCE, opportunities to organize technical and social activities and engage with mentors assigned by ASCE.

IEI : Institute of Engineers

Name of Faculty Coordinator: Dr S S Shahapure

IEI Students’ Chapter provide an opportunity to participate in technical events / activities, permit access to library facilities, provide opportunity for professional interaction and reimburse the expenses of travelling for presentation of technical papers.

IGS: Indian Geotechnical Society

Name of Faculty Coordinator: Prof. M.D.Sawant

The Indian Geotechnical Society (IGS) aims at promoting co-operation amongst engineers and scientists for the advancement and dissemination of knowledge in the fields of Soil Mechanics, Foundation Engineering, Soil Dynamics, Engineering Geology,Rock Mechanics, Snow and Ice Mechanics and allied fields and their practical applications.

The Indian Society for Technical Education (ISTE)

Name of Faculty Coordinator: Dr. Girija Deshpande

The Indian Society for Technical Education (ISTE) is the leading National Professional non-profit making Society for the Technical Education System in our country with the motto of Career Development of Teachers and Personality Development of Students and overall development of our Technical Education System. Being the only national organization of educators in the field of Engineering and Technology, ISTE effectively contributes in various missions of the Union Government. The strength of ISTE is the strong base it has in technical education institutions in the country.

ICI: Indian Concrete Institute

Name of Faculty Coordinator: Mrs. Goushiya A. Sayyed

Indian Concrete Institute (ICI) Students’ Chapter provides a unique opportunity to listen to and interact with experts from within the country and abroad to get updated on the latest technology & practices in Concrete Industry. ICI provides support to conduct Training Programmes, Workshops, Conferences, and Site Visits etc. In addition, it permits access to the ICI reference library and ICI Archives, a collection of valuable Technical Papers.

Innovative Practices By Faculty In Teaching & Learning

Innovative Practices By Faculty In Teaching & Learning.

Sr. No Class Subject Name Faculty Name Topic Covered Link No. Of Subscribers No. Of Views
01 SE Strength Of Material Mr. H. J. Joshi Basics of Shear force and Bending moment https://youtu.be/Y9ptuQSV0T8 879 1449 views
02 SE Strength Of Material Mr. H. J. Joshi Basic concepts session - I https://youtu.be/FO0tfbYZETQ 879 2329 views
03 SE Strength Of Material Mr. H. J. Joshi Basic concepts session - II https://youtu.be/VquSs0vSjEw 879 2334 views
04 SE Strength Of Material Mr. H. J. Joshi SFD and BMD of Simply supported beam https://youtu.be/Y9ptuQSV0T8 879 1449 views
05 SE Strength Of Material Mr. H. J. Joshi SFD and BMD of overhanging beam https://youtu.be/aD_A0DiU26k 879 2888 views
06 SE Structural Analysis-I Mrs. S.B.Patil Three Hinged segmental Arch https://youtu.be/5XQ7X6gUTR0 16 228 views
07 SE Structural Analysis-I Mrs. S.B.Patil Three Hinged parabolic Arch https://youtu.be/Lj0h2YKyzIg 16 228 views
08 SE Structural Analysis-I Mrs. S.B.Patil Three Hinged parabolic Arch when support are at same level https://youtu.be/Lj0h2YKyzIg 16 228 views
09 SE Fluid Mechanics Mr. A.S.Danole Laminar flow and shear stress distribution across the cross section https://youtu.be/VUGZdBkfWag 34 90 views
10 SE Fluid Mechanics Mr. A.S.Danole Velocity distribution and ratio of maximum to average velocity of circular type https://youtu.be/j_AHmTVjHhI 34 92 views
11 SE Fluid Mechanics Mr. A.S.Danole Hagen poiseuille equation https://youtu.be/KgY1KY3Rll4 34 76 views
12 TE Structural Analysis-II Mr. H. J. Joshi Static and kinematic indeterminacy of the structure (Part-1) https://youtu.be/UrMicCHbOTk 879 2037 views
13 TE Structural Analysis-II Mr. H. J. Joshi Flexibility method Session -1 https://youtu.be/8ViinOdzEU 879 2188 views
14 TE Structural Analysis-II Mr. H. J. Joshi Flexibility method Session -2 https://youtu.be/ye17mfzIWL8 879 1461 views
15 TE Structural Design-II Mr. G. S. Wayal Basic concepts of beam design https://youtu.be/Nol6x_rVS5M 60 153 views
16 TE Structural Design-II Mr. G. S. Wayal Design steps of singly reinforced beam https://youtu.be/Zxkz8PBk93Y 60 240 views
17 TE Structural Design-II Mr. G. S. Wayal Design of singly reinforced beam https://youtu.be/ZkoZDfFMnZM 60 93 views
18 TE Project Management and engineering economy Mrs.S.P.Shine Resource allocation and network crashing https://youtu.be/nFyJbZCkIxY 25 237 views
19 TE Project Management and engineering economy Mrs.U.A. Mahadik Resource Smoothening https://youtu.be/fl_Cu81Kbbg 25 125 views
20 BE Hydropower Engineering Dr.A.R.Deshmukh Hydropower Components https://youtu.be/rJwnyH6PihE 20 1156 views
21 BE Quantity Surveying, account and tenders Mrs.M.M. Patil And Mrs.K.M. Patil Contracts and account https://youtu.be/UkmLmefbDWI 7 106 views
22 BE Quantity Surveying, account and tenders Mrs.M.M. Patil And Mrs.K.M. Patil Arbitration https://youtu.be/BgV7dhW6vI0 50 views
23 BE Quantity Surveying, account and tenders Mrs.M.M. Patil And Mrs.K.M. Patil Tendering https://youtu.be/Va_Q8QSsVI 7 56 views
24 BE Quantity Surveying, account and tenders Mrs.M.M. Patil And Mrs.K.M. Patil Tendering and Method of executions work https://youtu.be/5e29NttvVGE 7 24 views
25 BE Transportation Engg. Dr. Minaxi Rai Transportation Engg. https://drive.google.com/file/d/1KRL9qU0H1LRtL_0io5xXmWZPeTR_J7ga/view?usp=sharing 36 21 views
26 TE Steel structure G.A. Sayyed Steel structure https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCsJ0c7OjA1kQNnqGk0ef6Mw 31 23 views

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