The chief Guest, Mr. Sarang Paranjape, Imagis Engg. Solutions, Dr.A.M.Pande with the students and faculty of CE Department. An orientation Program “NIRMAAN-18” followed by the inauguration of display board “YUKTI” was organized by Department of Civil Engineering, RGCER on 21st July 2018.This Program briefed an introduction to the novel atmosphere in their academic pursuit for the students of second year Civil Engineering. Mr. Sarang Paranjape, Imagis Engg. Solutions, Nagpur was the Chief Guest and Dr.A.M.Pande, Dean R&D, YCCE, was the guest of honor of the program. The chief guest in his speech motivated and enlightened the students with his vast knowledge in Concrete and on-going advanced technologies used in construction industry. Dr. ManaliKshirsagar, Principal RGCER in her address emphasized the need for continuous hard work and stressed that being in second year civil is the starting point and not the end of the journey. Prof. B.V. Bahoria, the HoD of Civil Department, in her address, stressed on the fact that students should start thinking on their own that will imbibe the sense of responsibility in them which will lead them towards a successful career. All the faculties of the department worked hard to make the program successful.
In which the students from various engineering colleges such as YCCE, DBACER, SDMCA, Govt. College of Engineering , PCE, GHRCE, KDK, Bhagwati College of Engg. as well as from various Polytechnic colleges such as Govt. poly. Arvi, SDMP, Govt. Poly. , Nagpur participated in the above technical events.
Faculties involved: Dr.B.VBahoria, Prof.M.V.Sapate Industrial visits represent an important activity in any engineering undergraduate programme that contributes to the achievement of various essential learning outcomes and programme objectives. This paper reports on an attempt to make the industrial visit an integral part of the Civil Engineering course. This is achieved through identifying learning outcomes and a suitable industrial site to achieve them. For this purpose CSIR-Central Road Research Institute (CRRI), a premier national laboratory established in 1952, a constituent of Council of Scientific and Industrial Research, Delhi and a Hydro power plant , Manali was identified as a site to be visited by students. The visit was planned to help students to achieve the learning outcomes. The post-visit report submission was aimed at priming the minds of the students, gauging the level of satisfaction, and assessing the level of retention of knowledge, respectively. Students found this method very useful and they were able to remember a fair bit of information after about semester from the trip date. Our assessment of this exercise is the objectives have been achieved.
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