Brief About

Department of Civil Engineering

The Department of Civil Engineering started in the year 2011 and the first batch of students passed out in the year 2015. The Department offers undergraduate courses in Civil Engineering. In all, there are around 276 students in undergraduate programme. It has faculty with expertise in diverse fields. Presently, the department has 18 qualified sincere and dedicated teaching faculty members. The Department has established a state of the art experimental facilities and laboratories in different fields of Civil Engineering. The Department strongly believes in continuous efforts to strive for excellence by exploring new frontiers of knowledge, imparting the latest technical knowledge to the students, and conducting high-quality research.

Message from HoD

The department of civil engineering at the MEA Engineering College offers an eight-semester course leading to B.Tech degree of the APJAK Technological University. The department is also offering professional consultancy in civil engineering to the needy clients in the field. It has a two-dozen strong well-qualified, dedicated, sincere and dynamic faculty as well as technical staff in different areas of specialization. Department takes the moral and social responsibility to imbibe the state of the art technological information to the students, the harbingers for tomorrow’s nation building. Traditionally, civil engineering has been catering to the basic needs of the civil society and for millennia engineering meant only civil engineering to the public at large. Keeping this legacy, we simply do not produce engineers but shape a new generation of social engineers, with commitment and concern for the marginalised human beings. The faculty transfer their knowledge and expertise to the students by means of latest teaching aids to mould them to be competent in the fast changing information age. In order to promote the social commitment, leadership qualities and organisational skills beyond the curricular activities, students are encouraged to perform co-curricular and extra-curricular activities within and outside the college. The department is taking effort to develop entrepreneurial skills in students, so that they would drive the spirit of growth of our economy and would be able to generate employment opportunities for other qualified and skilled youth also. The strong bond between students and faculty members is remarkable and help our students to show meritorious performance in academics, technical, sports and cultural activities at institutional and University level. We have a serene campus in the mofussil outskirts, away from the din and bustle of the restless city. The students have a real life here, not just a campus. Please visit us to feel a change.

Dr Hema Nalini A. V.

Dean (Research) , Professor & Head

Professor & HOD
Department of Civil Engineering
[email protected]

Vision & Mission


  • Emerge as an excellent center for Civil Engineering education by building up professionally competent Civil Engineers.


  • Develop professionally competent and socially committed Civil Engineers with ethical values, entrepreneurship, and leadership qualities.
  • To impart quality education by implementing state-of-the-art teaching-learning methods to enrich the academic competency, credibility and integrity of the students.
  • Inspire and create interest towards learning the subjects, and train diverse students to achieve academic excellence.

Programme Educational Objectives (PEO)

  • Be employed in industry, government, or entrepreneurial endeavors to demonstrate professional advancement through significant technical achievements and expanded leadership responsibility.
  • Demonstrate the ability to work effectively as a team member and/or leader in an ever-changing professional environment.
  • Progress through certificate programs, advanced degree, and research in Civil engineering and other professionally related fields.

Programme Outcomes (PO)

  • Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.
  • 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.    
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.”     
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
  • Individual and team work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
  • 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.
  • 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 of a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.
  • 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.

Programme Specific Outcomes (PSO)

  • Application of engineering knowledge: Able to identify and provide solutions to problems faced by the community and guiding towards sustainable development by using theoretical and conceptual knowledge of engineering sciences.
  • Real-world application: Provide recommendations to real-world civil engineering problems, focusing on economy, society and environment by conducting laboratory experiments/field investigations.
  • Project management: Demonstrate professional ethics and implement the principles of project management to lead the project execution as per the design requirement, with the use of advanced engineering tools and contemporary skills.

Civil Engineering Workshop

This lab is intended to conduct the practical sessions of the first year B-tech students. Training sessions like Setting out of building, Area and Volume calculation of building and building components, making of brick bonds and basics surveying using levelling instruments are conducted by using this lab facility.

Lab in Charge: Anees K, Assistant Professor, Department of Civil Engineering

Contact No: 9656469166

Email id:

Lab Assistant: Amrutha M, Department of Civil Engineering

Contact No: 9567496422

Email id:

Survey Laboratory








  1. Total Station
  2. Theodolite
    1. Transit (20 Second) Theodolite
  3. Levels
    1. Dumpy Level
    2. Hand level
    3. Quickset level
  4. Levelling Staff
  5. Prismatic Compass
  6. Plane Table Set
  7. Telescopic Alidade
  8. Surveyor’s Compass
  9. Measuring tap
  10. Pantograph
  11. Clinometer
  12. Ghat Tracer
  13. Planimeter
  14. Box sextant
  15. Chain
  16. Cross staff
  17. Ranging rod
  18. Offset rod
  19. Arrows

Contact Information

Lab in Charge: Muhammed Anees K, Assistant Professor, Department of Civil Engineering

Contact No: 

Email id : 

Lab Assistant: Fadi Anfas P, Department of Civil Engineering

Contact No: 8086440032

Email id: [email protected]


Materials Testing Lab







Various equipment available in the lab are,

  • Universal testing machine-600kN
  • Compressive testing machine-2000kN
  • IS Sieve
  • Concrete mixer
  • Moulds-Cylinder, Cube & Beams
  • Slump test apparatus
  • Vicat apparatus
  • Compaction factor apparatus
  • Bulk density containers
  • Electronic balance
  • Longitudinal compressometer
  • Torsion testing machine
  • Impact testing machine
  • Brinell hardness testing machine
  • Rockwell hardness testing machine
  • Vicker hardness testing machine
  • Screw gauge, Vernier caliper
  • Spring testing machine
  • Extensometer
  • Pendulum

This laboratory is actively involving in consultancy work and offers consultancy for various Government and Non- government organisations for the following tests.

  1. Tests on concrete
  2. Tests on cement
  3. Test on metal
  4. Tests on building materials
  5. Tests on Soil Properties
  6. Tests on water qualities


  • Jio digital Life, Malappuram.
  • Homestead developers, Perinthalmanna
  • Real Homes, Angadippuram
  • Cubix Ready-mix, Manathumangalam, Perinthalmanna

Contact Information

Lab in Charge: Jazeel Shah P, Assistant Professor Department of Civil Engineering

Contact No: 9400789966

Email id: [email protected]

Lab Assistant: Aiswarya T K, Department of Civil Engineering

Contact No: 7025432270

Email id:  

Geo-Technical Engineering Lab

The laboratory has facilities for conducting practical classes for undergraduate programmes. The undergraduate students are being encouraged to take up topics in the field of Geo- Technical Engineering for their project work by making use of facilities available in the laboratory.

Various equipment available in the lab are

  • Hydrometer
  • Pycnometer
  • Triaxial testing machine
  • Direct shear apparatus
  • UCC apparatus
  • Sieve sets
  • Standard Penetration test apparatus
  • Sieve Shaker (motorized)
  • Liquid limit device
  • Proctor compaction apparatus
  • Plastic limit apparatus
  • Shrinkage limit testing apparatus
  • Hot air oven
  • Direct shear
  • Sand replacement apparatus
  • Core cutter
  • CBR apparatus
  • Permeability testing apparatus (Constant head & Variable head)

Department offers Consultancy work from the government, semi government and private agencies

Contact Information

Lab in Charge: Abdullah Abdul Salam, Assistant Professor, Department of Civil Engineering

Contact No: 9745917451

Email id : [email protected]

Lab Assistant: Shahma V P, Department of Civil Engineering

Contact No:

Email id: [email protected]

Transportation Engineering Lab

The Transportation Engineering Laboratory is equipped with facilities for testing of Aggregates, Bitumen and Soil. The Laboratory is fully equipped for conduct of regular experiments at UG level and consultancy works.

Various equipment available in the lab are,

  • Los Angeles Abrasion testing machine
  • CBR testing machine
  • Aggregate Impact testing machine
  • Sieve set and sieve shaker
  • Flakiness and Elongation testing apparatus
  • Pensky Marten Flash and Fire point apparatus
  • Penetrometer
  • Softening point testing apparatus
  • Constant temperature water bath
  • Thermostatically controlled oven
  • Density basket
  • Specific gravity bottle
  • Digital thermometers
  • Ring and ball apparatus

Contact Information

Lab in Charge: Dr. Suresh P.S., Professor, Department of Civil Engineering

Contact No: 9400333197

Email id:

Lab Assistant: Safeeda V, Department of Civil Engineering

Contact No: 9072702659

Email id:

Computer Application Lab







Licensed software available are

  • Auto CAD 2020
  • STAAD Pro
  • Primavera
  • Revit
  • Geo 5

Contact Information

Lab in Charge: Nikhil B, Assistant Professor, Department of Civil Engineering

Contact No: 9400300025

Email id: [email protected]

Assistant Lab in Charge: AHAMAD ABDUL FALAH, Department of Civil Engineering

Contact No: 8089782102

Email id: [email protected]


Environmental Engineering Lab








  • pH meter
  • Water Quality Analyser
  • Jar test apparatus
  • Digital turbidity meter
  • Rectangular water bath
  • Hot plate
  • Hot air oven
  • Analytical balance
  • Electronic weighing balance
  • Spectrophoto meter
  • BOD incubator
  • COD meter
  • Muffle furnace
  • Magnetic Stirrer
  • Water distillation unit
  • De ionizer
  • Desiccator
  • Digital balance
  • Colour comparator

Contact Information

Lab in Charge: Sudhanya K S, Assistant Professor, Department of Civil Engineering

Contact No: 9746035321

Email id :

Lab Assistant: Mahira P

Contact No: 8943639547

Email id: 

Models Lab

The department has a well-arranged models lab with many numbers of exhibits. The exhibits cover a wide range of models from various disciplines of civil engineering. Most of the models are prepared by the students as part of Department association Programmes and college tech fest.

Contact Information

Lab in Charge: Noufal T, Assistant Professor, Department of Civil Engineering

Contact No: 8606630290

Email id: [email protected]


Project Lab

The department has a well-arranged project lab with state-of-the-art facilities.

Contact Information

Lab in Charge: Hiba Hamza S, Assistant Professor, Department of Civil Engineering

Contact No: 8281960556

Email id: [email protected]


Department Library

The Department has a well-established library with a reading room which is amply used by the staff and students. The library is equipped with a good number of text books. The records of industrial training reports, university question papers, IS Codes, reports of seminars and projects are kept in the library and made accessible to students. A good collection of books is contributed by the alumni of our department. Library is accessible for students and faculty members during the working hours of the College. Books are issued to the faculty and students of the Department.

  • Library In-Charge : Thasnim T, Assistant Professor, Department of Civil Engineering
  • Email : [email protected]
  • Contact Number :

Seminar Hall with Smart Facilities

It is a multipurpose hall equipped with the latest audio and visual aids for facilitating meetings and workshops. All important events, competitions to the seminars organized for the parents/teachers/students are convened within this space. It boosts of the most efficient technology and comfortable seating arrangement. The seminar hall is a pivotal space; housing a series of significant cultural and educational events organized within the college.

Seating capacity: 120

Internet availability: yes

Projector: yes

Drawing Hall

ICT Classroom

ICT (Information and Communication Technologies led Classrooms) using a smart, interactive, multimedia rich and content enabled education system. It provides a perfect platform for teachers to improve and adapt to better teaching practices with newer methods. It bridges the learning gaps between teacher and students, helping them realize their true potential. It makes learning fun, by involving multimedia lessons that are inclusive of but not limited to images, PPTs, videos and so on. Students not only grasp such lessons easily but also remember them for a longer span of time. Smart classrooms also allow students to record complete lessons and share them with their friends who were not available for the class. These recorded lessons also come into use as convenient reference point during revisions, making important points clearer and improving student-performances.

Seating capacity:70

Internet availability: Yes

Projector: Yes

Civil Engineering Technical Association- CETA

Civil Engineering Technical Association (CETA) was established in 2012 to provide a platform to enhance and encourage technical skills and non technical activities of Civil Engineering students. With excellent faculty to guide, CETA prepares its members to be tomorrow’s leaders in transforming the society by providing best solutions in planning, designing and construction.

IEI Civil Chapter

IEI Student Chapter under Civil Engineering Department of MEA Engineering College was established in the year 2022. The Institution of Engineers (India) or IEI is Asia`s largest multi-disciplinary professional society in the engineering and technology world.







Behavioural Study of Lego Blocks Having Variety of Qualities Against Conventional Building Blocks

– Ahmad Ismail, Fathima Fida M, Hisham Muhammed E, Ajmal C. K., Abdul Raoof K. C.

Experimental Study on use of Recycled Concrete Aggregate and Copper Slag in Concrete

– Shareen Ashraf, Safna Shani C., Shameem P., Mohamed Anees K.

Production of Composite Tiles from Sand, Sawdust and Copper slag by using Portland Cement as a Binder

– Shabna, Shamla., Jaavid Husain C H., Sadeed Kamil V P., Riya Pious.

Use of Pulp Black Liquor as an Effective Admixture in Concrete

– Ehthisam CK., Shamsudheen KP., Shibila KK., Shibila Jabeen KK., Asharuddeen Tharammal


Funded Projects

2016- 20 B.Tech. Toppers



S8 - SGPA - 10
CGPA - 9.38
2016 -20 Batch


CGPA - 9.09
2016 -20 Batch


CGPA - 9.05
2016 -20 Batch

Third Place

ENGINEERIA' 19 (International Round)

Rank Holders

(2014- 18 B.Tech.)

University of Calicut

Academic Year 2022- 2023

Technical Session

Demo on BIM

A technical session on the topic “Demo on BIM “by Jishnu K P, HOD EBIM Services, Cochin was organized by Department of Civil Engineering MEAEC on 1 November 2022. The session started at 10 am and ended by 11 am. There was a total of 50 participants for the session.

Program Details

Functional Planning of Buildings


Workshop on BIM

A workshop on the topic “Building information Modeling” by CAD CENTER, Indian Educational Enterprises(P)Ltd., Thiruvananthapuram, was organized by Department of Civil Engineering MEAEC on 14th November 2022. The session started at 10 am and ended by 4 pm. There were a total of 35 participants for the session.

Program Details


Webinar on How to Draft an Effective Conference Paper


Beating Plastic Pollution

A seminar on the topic “Beating Plastic Pollution “by Dr Hema Nalini A V, Professor and Head of the Department of Civil Engineering, MEAEC was organized by Department of Civil Engineering MEAEC on 29 October 2022. The session started at 11 am and ended by 12.15 pm. There were a total of 50 participants for the session.

Program Details

Scaffold-SSA-Govt. Program

Academic Year 2021- 2022

National Conference

The Civil engineering department of MEA Engineering College has organized a National
Conference on Recent Advancements in Civil Engineering Research from 25th to
27th August 2021, 2.30 pm to 6.00 pm. The conference aimed to provide an opportunity for
academicians, technologists, entrepreneurs, the engineering community, and students to put
forward their ideas and findings related to recent advances in the research areas of Civil
Engineering. It was a wonderful platform for the delegates to exchange their experiences with
renowned plenary and featured speakers. The conference topics were included a wide variety of
civil engineering subjects like Structural Engineering, Transportation Engineering, Urban/Town
and Country Planning, Geotechnical Engineering, Water Resources Engineering, Quantity
Survey and Valuation, Environmental Engineering, Geomatics, Hydro Informatics, Building
Technology, Construction Management, etc.

Program Details

Academic Year 2020- 2021


Date :-  15/12/2020

Session handled by :- Dr. C.K. Subramania Prasad. , Rtd Professor , Department of Civil Engineering , NSSCE Palakkad

Participants were the students from S5 classes

Number of participants  :- 50

Coordinated by :- Rajisha C , Assistant Professor , Department of Civil Engineering, MEAEC

Abdullah Abdul Salam, Assistant Professor , Department of Civil Engineering, MEAEC

A webinar on the topic “ Career planning in the field of contracts & project management “ by Mrs. Venkataramani Mangala , Head – Contract procurement & project monitoring – Senior Associate at KGD Bengaluru was organized by IEDC MEA Engineering College and Civil Engineering Technical Association on 12th June 2021. The webinar was conducted through google meet and the same was streamed live through YouTube. The session started at 11 am and ended by 12.15 pm. There were a total of 130 participants for the session who attended the webinar through google meet and YouTube.


Program Details

“Effective Online Teaching”

Resource Person: Mr Noushad K

No of Participants: 20

Date :-  17/12/2020

Session handled by :- M.R. BIJU M.S. , Assistant Professor , Department of Civil Engineering , NSSCE Palakkad

Participants were the students from S3 classes

Number of participants  :- 58

Coordinated by :- Anees K , Assistant Professor , Department of Civil Engineering, MEAEC

 Najeeb M, Assistant Professor , Department of Civil Engineering, MEAEC

National Conference

The Civil engineering department of MEA Engineering College has organized a National Conference on Recent Advancements in Civil Engineering Research from 17th to 19th August 2020, 2.30 pm to 6.00 pm. The conference aimed to provide an opportunity for academicians, technologists, entrepreneurs, the engineering community, and students to put forward their ideas and findings related to recent advances in the research areas of Civil Engineering. It was a wonderful platform for the delegates to exchange their experiences with renowned plenary and featured speakers. The conference topics were included a wide variety of civil engineering subjects like Structural Engineering, Transportation Engineering, Urban/Town and Country Planning, Geotechnical Engineering, Water Resources Engineering, Quantity Survey and Valuation, Environmental Engineering, Geomatics, Hydro Informatics, Building Technology, Construction Management, etc. On 17th August 2020 , Dr. E J James , Pro Vice Chancellor , Karunya Institute of Technology and Sciences , Coimbatore and former Executive Director of CWRDM, inaugurated the national conference. There were UG students , PG students, PhD scholars and Faculties from various colleges in India as the participants of the conference. Review panels of the conference includes eminent personalities from various institutes as well as from different industries. There were 4 invited lectures in the national conference. On 19th August 2020, the conference ended after the completion of all paper presentations and discussions by 6.00 PM.

Program Details

Academic Year 2019- 2020

Faculty Development Programme (FDP)

Online Faculty development program on “NBA Accreditation Process”

Online Faculty development program on “NBA Accreditation Process” organized by Department of Civil Engineering, MEA Engineering College conducted from 20th May to 28th May 2020. The programme was conducted through the online platform of Zoom Video Communications. The theme of the Faculty development Programme was NBA accreditation Process and a brief knowledge on various criteria.

Program Details


Workshop on “Bloom’s Teaching Strategies”

Workshop on “Bloom’s Teaching Strategies” organized by Department of Civil Engineering, MEA Engineering College, on 18 December 2019. The core objectives were Understanding the different teaching strategies, Bloom’s Taxonomy and understanding flipped classroom.

Program Details

One day Workshop on Tekla

One day workshop for final year students on TEKLA steel structures was conducted on 19th October 2019 by TELITEK Engineering Calicut in association with CETA. Session was handled by Mr Askarali K, CEO of TELITEK Engineering.

Program Details

Seminar/ Webinar

E-Construct Design and Build Webinar

MEA engineering college, Perinthalmanna in collaboration with Econstruct Design & Build Pvt Ltd. organized a 3 Day Online Workshop from July 12 to July 14, 2020.
Program Details


Webinar Series 2020

Department of Civil Engineering organized a Webinar Series for its Final Year & Pre Final Year Students. The sessions was handled by Experts from Industry and the best minds from academia. Through this series of webinars, we are intending to enhance the knowledge of students and prepare them for the industry after their graduation. The event has enabled participants to learn about new techniques in Civil Engineering and share the required skills to make themselves effective facilitators. The program was conducted through Google Meet Platform.

Program Details

Webinar Series

A webinar series was conducted on 28th and 29th of July and 7th of August 2020 by CE Alumni Association through online platform. All speakers are Alumni of Civil Engineering department and are having renowned experience in various fields of Civil Engineering. It was extremely beneficial for all students and gave a link between theory knowledge and field experience. Participant list includes mainly final year and pre final year students, which also includes students from other colleges.

Program Details

Webinar on “an Insight into the design of Metro Tunnels”

Department of Civil engineering organized a webinar on the topic – “An insight into the design of metro tunnels" on 16th May 2020. The session was handled by Mr. Jishnu R.B, Deputy General Manager , Metro Department , Intercontinental Consultants and Technocrats India Pvt Ltd , New Delhi. There were around 100 participants from 20 different colleges and from 2 industries.

Program Details

Other Activities

Extended Lecture Series

The Extended lecture series organized by Department of Civil Engineering started at 9.10 AM on 6th February 2020 with the presidential address of Ms Jeeja Menon, H.O.D in charge.

Program Details


The annual day programme of Civil Engineering Technical Association – CETA for the academic year 2018/19 , was conducted on 13th November 2019 at college auditorium. Programme was inaugurated by Dr. P R Sreemahadevan Pillai, Dean , University of Calicut & Director of Ahalia Group of Institutions in India . There were two technical sessions in the programme. In the morning session, a technical session was handled by the chief guest Dr. P R Sreemahadevan Pillai on “ Civil Engineering – Past, Present & Future “ . The second session was in the after noon , by Mr. Dinesh K.S. , Business Support , Cadd centre training services , Chennai on the topic “ Disruptive Civil Engineering”.

Program Details


In association with CETA, a Technical Quiz Competetion was organized by CADD centre for Civil Engineering Students on 3rd October 2019. Winners of 1st and 2nd round participated in 3rd round held at CADD Centre Regional Office Thrissur on 30th October 2019. Mr Fadi Anfas P. and Mr Nisthar Ali P.T., students of 7th semester won 4th place in National Level and 3rd place in International Level Quiz Competition, held at Chennai.


Dr Hema Nalini A.V

  • Acted as Resource person for One-day Workshop on “Plastic Pollution Control” organized by Ahalia School of Engineering & Technology, sponsored by Unnath Bharath Abhiyan, MHRD, Govt. of India

Dr Darshana O

  • Attended World Conference of Transportation Research held at IIT Bombay and 13th International Conference of Eastern Asian Society for Transportation Studies held at Colombo, Sri Lanka.

Mrs Jeeja Menon

  • Attended workshop at NIT Calicut and at International conference on Digital Pedagogies New Delhi.
  • Attended FDP at VAST Thrissur, NIT Calicut and Kerala Startup Mission Trivandrum.

Ms Ambili K. A

  • Attended FDP on Advancement in Concrete Technology held at Ammini College of Engineering, Palakkad

Ms Navya Raman

  • Attended FDP on Advancement in Concrete Technology held at Ammini College of Engineering, Palakkad


  • Ms. Shaniba I. T. was placed at Sutherland Global Service and Focus Academy for Career Enhancement.
  • Mr. Mohammed Saheel K. was placed at Voxbay Solutions
  • Mr. Abhay V. S. and Ms. Najla Abdul Nassir was placed at Sutherland Global Service


Mr Ajeesh K.

  • Co-authored the paper “Experimental Study on Pineapple Leaf Fiber Reinforced Concrete” which has been published in International Journal of Science and Engineering Research, February 2018.

Mrs Jeeja Menon

  • Published the paper titled “Evaluation of Laterite Soil Stabilized Using Polymer Sack Fibers” in International Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineering, and “Effect of Cement on Clayey Silt Soil” in Proceedings of International Conference on Frontiers in Analytical and Clinical Techniques 2019, Noorul Islam Centre for Higher Education, Tamil Nadu.


  • Hafla V.T, Rishana M, Muhammed Fazil T, Shahana Mumthaz, Nashma V and Sajna Thonikkara secured 6th, 10th, 32nd, 35th, 48th and 50th ranks respectively as per the result of Examinations held in the year 2O18
  • Mr. Muhammed Sanjeed K.T. and Ms Shahana P. has won the scholarship of National Council for Technology in Training (NACTET)
  • Ms. Hisana K. P. and Mr Mohammed Suhail Parathodika has published their paper “Experimental Study on Pineapple Leaf Fiber Reinforced Concrete” in International Journal of Science and Engineering Research, Vol. 9, Issue 2, February 2018.
  • Mr. Fadi Anfas P. and Mr Nisthar Ali P.T. won 4th place in National Level and 3rd place in Inernational Level Quiz Competition, Engineeria’ 19, conducted by CADD Center in Chennai.
  • Mr. Mohammed Musharraf was winner of Regional Level of Technology Dissemination Contest for Students (TDTS-2019/ Eu-Reka) held at Pune.
  • Mr. Mohammed Musharraf was awarded for showing leadership qualities in Droid’ 19, A National Conclave on Robotics held on 30th April and 1st May 2019 at FISAT, Angamaly.
  • Mr. Mohammed Siyad O. was elected as College Union Chairman.

Youtube Channels

Channel : SKB Tutorials




Channel: Hiba Husni


Innovative Teaching & Learning Method

ICT Enabled Lectures

Mobile learning with PPT Lectures is an effective tool for delivering lectures, particularly when used in combination with other teaching methods such as discussions, activities, and assessments. These lectures allow faculties to organize and structure their content in a structured, logical and coherent way with visual aids which makes it easier to follow for students. This also improved the consistency and time management of lectures. PPT lectures can be easily shared with students through online platforms or email which makes it more accessible for students to review the material at their own pace anywhere and anytime.

Flipped Classrooms

In a flipped classroom, ICT facilitates the distribution of lecture materials and supports communication and collaboration among students. Flipped Classrooms promote active learning through increased student engagement and participation. Personalized learning experiences with high flexibility provide a dynamic learning environment for students involving active discussions, group work, and problem-solving.


Seminar is a commonly used method in almost all subjects. It has the function of bringing together small groups for recurring meetings, focusing each time on some particular subject, in which everyone present is requested to participate.

Seminar classes are meant to be interactive, with students participating in a dialogue rather than just listening to a professor and taking notes. Because of this, seminar classes are great for engaging with complex ideas.

This method helps the students not only for learning the subject but it boosts several of their skills like teaching skill, improves confidence while talking to an audience. It also helps the students to understand others perspectives and latest information, and a good way of networking.

Instruction Using Models

Site Visit

CET 402 Quantity Survey and Valuation

CE 204 Construction Technology

Site Visit at Melattur

Technical Reels

Industrial Safety Training

Practical Demonstration

Video Lessons

Alumni Meet


The second alumni meet of Civil Department Memoir’21 was held on 30 July 2021 in online mode.
All the teaching, non-teaching staffs and alumni were invited to attend the meet through invitation.
The program started at 7:00 pm, Department coordinators Hari Narayanan and Aseema welcomed alumni. Presidential address was done by Mrs. Hema Nalini, HOD of Civil Engineering Department.
Felicitation was done by all the faculty members of Civil Engineering Department.
Alumni members shared their experiences in and out of the college. They expressed their love and attachment towards their Alma-Mater.
Mrs. Jeeja Menon shared her experiences with the students as their teacher in her vote of thanks speech.
The program was enjoyable and ended on graceful note.



The first alumni meet of Civil Department, Memoir ‘18 was held on 23 March 2018 from 2.30PM to 4.00PM, in the seminar hall of Civil Block. All the teaching, non-teaching staffs and alumni were invited to attend the Alumni Meet through invitation letters/emails/Social media platforms. Registration of alumni was done on the same day.Event started after lunch at 2.30 PM with Prayer. Departmental alumni coordinators, Najeeb. M and Shaniha K. K welcomed alumni and addressed the gathering. Collection of Data from Alumni regarding their present status was done through Google forms & supplied format. Evening snacks was arranged for the participants. Principal, Vice-Principal, Director, Administration Manager, MEA Alumni Association – Staff advisor all the existing staffs of CE department, and 14 alumni participated in the function.


Contact us

Head of the Department

Dr. Hema Nalini A V

E-Mail : [email protected]


Academic Coordinator

Prof. Riya Pious

E-Mail : [email protected]


Department Coordinator

Prof. Nikhil B

E-Mail : [email protected]

Phone : +91 9400300025

Department Placement Coordinator

Prof. Sabitha K

E-Mail : [email protected]