About the Department

Department of Civil Engineering at Deenbandhu Chhotu Ram University of Science and Technology was established in 2009. The Department is housed in newly built Mokshagundam Vishveshvarya block at ground floor.

Department has 10 laboratories including Concrete Technology, Geotechnical Engineering, Geomatics Engineering, Highway Engineering, etc. Faculty in the Department is well qualified and specialized in almost all major fields of Civil Engineering.

The Department is also providing consultancy to various Governmental/Private organization in Structural/Geotechnical/Highway/Survey Engineering.

Contact Details       

Dr. Dhirendra Singhal

 Chairperson &

Professor of Civil Engineering

Deenbandhu Chhotu Ram University of Science & Tech

Murthal , Sonepat 131 039

Tel: +911302484147, +919466357861

Email: chairmancivil@dcrustm.org

Vision and Mission

Vision

To achieve excellence in education and research in all the areas of Civil Engineering by providing state of the art facilities and to occupy a place of pride amongst the eminent educational institutes of the nation.

Mission

  • To offer state-of-the-art undergraduate, postgraduate and doctoral programmes.
  • To effectively train the students in Civil Engineering who can serve the society competently, collaboratively and ethically
  • To develop human intellectual capability to its fullest potential.

Courses Offered

B.Tech. (Civil Engineering)                                                          60        Regular

M.Tech. Civil Engineering (Highway Safety & Engg)                 18        Regular

M.Tech. Civil Engineering (Structural Engineering)                    in Affiliated Colleges

Program Objectives 

The objectives of the Civil Engineering undergraduate programmes  at D C R University of Science and  Technology, Murthal, Sonepat are to produce Civil Engineers those who:

  1. Are proficient in the fundamentals of necessary mathematical tools, scientific basics, and fundamental knowledge  in context of Civil Engineering
  2. Are able to apply these skills in developing safe, sustainable, economical and environmentally sound solutions to Civil Engineering problems either within the profession or through post-graduation
  3. Grow professionally in their careers through continued development of technical and management skills and assumption of roles of responsibility in professional service.

Admission Eligibility

Name of the Course Eligibility Criteria
B.Tech 10+2 With Physics, Chemistry, Math, counsels for admission by HSCS on the basis of AIEEE rank.
M.Tech (Regular) B.E./B.Tech. or any other equivalent degree in relevant discipline, as defined clearly in the prospectus, from any recognized Indian/foreign University with at least 55% marks in aggregate or equivalent grade
Ph.D. Master Degree in appropriate discipline or equivalent with a minimum of 55% marks (50% in case of Sc/St/Physically Handicapped) in aggregate (of all the years/semesters of the Master Degree Course), or equivalent Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) or equivalent as determined by the Institute wherever letter grades are awarded.

Infra Structure

  • Department has infrastructure as per the following details
  • Class room 04
  • Seminar room 01
  • Smart Class Room : 01
  • Networking and Hi-Fi Campus

 Laboratories

  • Geomatics Engineering
  • Surveying
  • Engineering Geology
  • Highway Safety and Engineering
  • Structural Analysis
  • Open Channel Flow
  • Environmental Engineering

University has also established University Test House in order to provide solution of technical problems to the society. University test house includes following laboratories

  • Concrete Technology
  • Highway Engineering
  • Geotechnical Engineering

University Test House provides following main facilities for the purpose of consultancy services to Government/Private Organizations:

  1. Testing of highway materials
  2. Design of highway pavements
  • Cement and concrete testing
  1. Concrete mix design
  2. Physical tests of structural steel
  3. Testing of soil
  • Testing of water for construction and drinking purposes
  • Survey and remote sensing

Contact Details:

  • In-Charge University Test House: Dr. Dhirendra Singhal
  • Lab Manager: Er. Aman Ahlawat

Click here Civil Engg Faculty in Details 

Name Designation Highest Qualification Area of Specialization Contact No Email-Id
Dr. Dhirendra Singhal Professor and Chairperson Ph.D. Structural Engineering chairmancivil@drcutm.org
Er. Pankaj Agarwal Assistant Professor M.E. Geotechnical Engineering panakjagarwalsolar@gmail.com
Er. Gyanendra Singh Assistant Professor M.Tech Transportation Engineering Singhgyan27@yahoo.in
Er. Arti Chouksey Assistant Professor M.Tech Computer Aided Design rahaarti@gmail.com
Er. Sunita Kumari Assistant Professor M.Tech. Environmental Engineering sunitavibhav@yahoo.com
Er. Aman Ahlawat Assistant Professor M.Tech. Construction Technology & Management Ahlawataman39@gmail.com
Er. Sachin Dass Assistant Professor M.Tech Transportation Engineering sachindass@gmail.com
Er. Parveen Assistant Professor M.Tech Structural Engineering separveenjangra@gmail.com
Er. Sourabh Jaglan Assistant Professor M.Tech Transportation Engineering saurabhjaglan86@gmail.com
Er. Atul Garg Assistant Professor M.Tech Structural Engineering atulgarg87@gmail.com

Research and Publications

Sr. No. Name of P.I. Title of Project Sponsoring Agency Duration Cost of Project
1. Dr. Dhirendra Singhal Design Production and Durability of Geopolymer Concrete Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change Govt of India 3 years 33 Lakhs
2 Dr. Dhirendra Singhal State Technical Agency Ministry of Rural Roads, Govt of India

Dr. Dhirendra Singhal

  1. Jindal B.B., Singhal D. Sharma S. K. and Parveen, “Prediction of Mechanical Properties of Alccofine Activated low Calcium Fly ash based Geopolymer Concrete”, ARPN Journal of Engineering and Applied Sciences, V.12, 2017, pp 3022-3031
  1. Lallotra Balwinder and Singhal D., “A Comptability Study on Design and Analysis of Reinforced Concrete Structural Design using Software”, International Journal of Engineering and Technology, V.9, N.2, pp1012-1021.
  1. Lallotra Balwinder and Singhal D., “State of the Art Report- A Comparative Study of Structural Analysis and Design – Staadpro, SAP 2000 and Etabs Software”, International Journal of Engineering and Technology, V.9, N.2, pp1030-1043.
  1. Jindal B.B., Singhal D. Sharma S. K. and Parveen, “Suitability of Ambient Cured Alcofine added Low Calcium Fly ash based Geoolymer Concrete”, Indian Journal of Science and Technology, V.10, 2017, pp 1-10
  1. Jindal B.B., Singhal D. Sharma S. K. Ashish D.K. and Parveen, “Improving Compressive Strength of Low Calcium Fly Ash Geopolymer Concrete with Alccofine”, Advances in Concrete Construction, V.5, 2017, pp17-29
  1. Garg A., Singhal D. and Parveen, “Durability of Geopolymer Concrete Research Needs”, Proceedings of NCB Seminar on Durability and Service Life of Concrete Structures, 7 April 2017, Paper no. TS02-05
  1. Dass S, Singhal D, and Agarwal P “Study of Pedestrian Flow/Behavior on Indian Roads”, International Organization of Scientific Research Journal, 2015. 1, pp 38-42.
  1. Singhal D. , Kumar V. and Balkrishan, “Mix Design Method for High Performance Concrete”, The Bridge and Structural Engineer, V. 44, Dec 2014, pp 106-118
  1. Singhal D., Singh G. and Balkrishan, “Effect of Different Types of Rebars on Bond Strength of High Performance Steel Fibre Reinforced Concrete” The Bridge and Structural Engineer, V. 43, Dec 2013, pp 88-94
  1. Parveen, Sharma A. and Singhal D., “Mechanical Properties of Geopolymer Concrete: A State of the Art Report”, Proceedings of 5th Asia and Pacific Young Researchers and Graduates Symposium on Current Challenges in Structural Engineering, Jaipur, Oct 2013, pp232-237
  1. Singhal D., Aggarwal S. and Brar J S., “Concrete Mix Design IS:10262 2009 vs IS:10262 1982”, Proceedings of UKERI Concrete Congress, Innovations in Concrete Construction, 5-8 March 2013, pp 454-460
  1. Singh A. P. and Singhal D., “Effects of Fibre Parameters on Tensile Strength of Steel Fibre Reinforced Concrete”, Proceedings of National Seminar on Innovative Challenges in Civil Engineering, PTU GZS Campus, Bathinda, 15-16 Mar 2012, pp12-17.
  2. Singhal D. and Bal Krihsan, “Effects of Aggressive Chloride Environment of High Perfromance Steel Fiobre Reinforced Concrete”, Proceedings of National Seminar Recent Advances in Civil Engineering, Institute of Technology, BHU, Varanasi, 14-16 Oct 2011, pp 306-310.
  3. Singh A. P. and Singhal D., “Effects of Fibre Parameters on Tensile Strength of Steel Fibre Reinforced Concrete”, Proceedings of National Seminar on Innovative Challenges in Civil Engineering, PTU GZS Campus, Bathinda, 15-16 Mar 2012, pp12-17.
  4. Singhal D.  and Singh A.P., “Permeability of Steel Fibre Reinforced Concrete-Influence of Fibre Shape and Fibre Content”, International Review of Civil Engineering, V.2, 2011,  pp75-83.
  5. Singh A. P. and Singhal D., “Strength and Permeability Relationship of Steel Fibrous Concrete”, Proceedings of 35th International Conference on Our World in Concrete & Structures, Singapore, 2010, 403-409.
  6. Singhal D. and Bal Krihsan, “Shear Capacity of High Performance Steel Fibre Reinforced Concrete”, International Review of Civil Engineering, V.1, 2010, 280-288
  7. Singhal D. and Bal Krihsan, “Suitability of Steel Fibre Reinforced Concrete as Construction Material for Water Retaining Structures”, International Journal of Earth Sciences and Engineering, V.3, 2010, pp76-88.

Er. Gyanendra Singh

  1. Singh G., Sachdeva SN and Pal M., “M5 Model Tree Based Predictive Modeling of Road Accidents on Non-urban Sections of Highways in India,” Accident Analysis and Prevention 96 (2016) 108–117.
  1. Singh G., Sachdeva SN and Pal M., “Support Vector Machine Model for Prediction Of Road Accidents on Non-urban Sections of Highways in India,”  In Proceedings of Conference TRACE-2016. AMITY University, NOIDA
  2. Sandhu H. A. S., Singh G., Sisodia, M. S., and Chohan, R.,  “Identification of Black Spots  on Highways with Kernel Density Estimation Method,” Journal of the Indian Society of Remote Sensing, 2016, 1-8
  3. Singh G, Sachdeva S N And Pal M., “ Analysis of Casual Factors of Accidents on Highways”, National Conference on Advances in Engineering Technology and Management, IOSR Journal of Mechanical and Civil Engineering, E-ISSN:2278-1684, Pp07-12
  4. Ahlawat A., Singh G .and Dahiya R., “ Road Saftey Issues in PPP Projects- A Case Study”, Proceedings of 2nd Conference on Transportation Systems Engineering and Management, NIT Tiruchirappali, 1-2 May 2015.
  5. Ahlawat A., Sigh G., and Kumar M.  “Financial Impact due to Rehabilitation and Resettlement Policy of Asian Development Bank in Implementation of Highway Projects under NCRPB Scheme” , In Proceedings of  National Conference on Advances in Construction Technology & Management, VNIT Nagpur, 19-20th Feb 2016.
  6. Ahlawat A., Singh G., and Jaglan S. “Feasibility Analysis of Methods Adopted to Implement IS:15883 part-II in Building Construction Projects”, Proceedings of International Conference in Construction, Real Estate, Infrastructure and Project Management (ICCRIP–2016), NICMAR Pune, 21-22 Oct. 2016.

Er. Sunita Kumari

  1. Kumari S. , Arora B, and Dewangan A. , “Status of drinking water in rural areas of Chandigarh” International Journal IeJMAE ,ISSN 0976 – 1411, Vol. 32 (2010) , Pg. 317 – 323.
  1. Kumari S. , Arora B and Dewangan A., “Correlation analysis of drinking water in rural area of Chandigarh – A case study” International journal IJMTAH , ISSN 2249 – 5460, Vol.8 (2011), Pg.- 77 – 82.
  2. Kumari S. and J. Rani, “Case Study of Kaushalya  dam”, Proceedings of  National Conference “ River Hydraulic” at MM University  on 22 & 23rd March 2012.
  3.  Kumari S., and J. Rani , Aggarwal V. “Environmental Impact assessment of Kaushalya dam on the Kaushalya river using ICOLD technique”  Proceedings of National Conference at Chitkara University, on 11th-12th October 2012.
  4. Kumari S. and J. Rani ,  “Assessment of water quality index of ground water in Samalkhan Haryana” International journal of IJLRST, ISSN – 2278 – 5299, Vol. – 3, Issue -6, Pg. no: 169 – 172, Nov. – Dec. 2014.
  5. Kumari S., Niharika, Monika and M. Mittal, “Studies on partial replacement of cement by Bagasse Ash in Concrete “ INT.J.NEW.INN., 2016, 5(1) journal, ISSN: 2277 -4459,Pg. No. – 520 – 527, 12th May 2016

Er. Aman Ahlawat

  1. Ahlawat A., Singh G .and Dahiya R., “Road Saftey Issues in PPP Projects- A Case Study”, Proceedings of 2nd Conference on Transportation Systems Engineering and Management, NIT Tiruchirappali, 1-2 May 2015.
  1. Ahlawat A., Sigh G., and Kumar M.  “Financial Impact due to Rehabilitation and Resettlement Policy of Asian Development Bank in Implementation of Highway Projects under NCRPB Scheme” , In Proceedings of  National Conference on Advances in Construction Technology & Management, VNIT Nagpur, 19-20th Feb 2016.
  1. Ahlawat A., Singh G., and Jaglan S. “Feasibility Analysis of Methods Adopted to Implement IS:15883 part-II in Building Construction Projects”, Proceedings of International Conference in Construction, Real Estate, Infrastructure and Project Management (ICCRIP–2016), NICMAR Pune, 21-22 Oct. 2016

Er. Parveen

  1. Kumar S, Parveen, Dass S and Sharma A, “Guidelines on Composite Pavement- Design and Evaluation of Composite Pavements”, International Journal of Engineering Research and Development, 2013. 6(2), pp 28-36.
  2. Parveen, and Sharma A, “Structural Behaviour of Fibrous Concrete Using Polypropylene Fibres”, International Journal of Modern Engineering Research, 2013. 3(3), pp 1279-1282.
  3. Parveen, Dass S and Sharma A, “Rubberized Concrete : Needs of Good Environment (overview)”, International Journal of Emerging Technology and Advanced Engineering, 2013. 3(3), pp 192-196.
  4. Parveen, Sharma A and Singhal D, “Mechanical Properties of Geopolymer Concrete: A State of the Art Report”, In: 5th Asia and Pacific Young Researchers and Graduate Symposium-13, Jaipur, 2013. pp 232-237
  5. Parveen, Sharma A and Singhal D, “Alternate Material to Concrete”, In: NCB International seminar on cement & building Materials, India, 2013.
  6. Parveen, Dass S and Sharma A, “Investigation on Crumb Rubber Modified Concrete (Overview)”, In: Geotechnical and Geoenvironmental Aspects of Wastes and Their Utilization in Infrastructure Projects (GGWUIP), Ludhiyana, 2013. pp 459-464.
  7. Parveen, Dass S and Sharma A, “Study on development of new highway construction materials using recyclable waste: A overview”, In: Geotechnical and Geoenvironmental Aspects of Wastes and Their Utilization in Infrastructure Projects (GGWUIP), Ludhiyana, 2013. pp 153-160.
  8. Parveen and Sharma A, “Self-Compacting Concrete”, In: International Conference on Trends and Challenges in Concrete Structures, Ghaziabad, 2013. pp 268-275.
  9. Sharma A, Parveen and Singhal D, “Distress Investigation and Repair, Restration and Strengthening of Concrete Structures: A Literature Riview”, Emerging & Futuristic Trends in Engineering & Technology, 8-9 May 2015, Maharaja Agrasen University, Baddi, H.P, India
  10. Parveen, Singhal D and Sharma A, “Structural Performance of High Performance Steel Fibre-Reinforced Concrete Corbels”, In: International Conference on Regeneration and Conservation of Concrete Structures, Japan, 2015.

Er. Sachin Dass

  1. Kumar S, Parveen, Dass S and Sharma A, “Guidelines on Composite Pavement- Design and Evaluation of Composite Pavements”, International Journal of Engineering Research and Development, 2013. 6(2), pp 28-36.
  2. Parveen, Dass S and Sharma A, “Rubberized Concrete : Needs of Good Environment (overview)”, International Journal of Emerging Technology and Advanced Engineering, 2013. 3(3), pp 192-196.
  3. Dass S, Singhal D , and Agarwal P “Study of Pedestrian Flow/Behavior on Indian Roads” International Organization of Scientific Research Journals, 2015. 1, pp 38-42.
  4. Parveen, Dass S and Sharma A, “Investigation on Crumb Rubber Modified Concrete (Overview)”, In: Geotechnical and Geo-environmental Aspects of Wastes and Their Utilization in Infrastructure Projects (GGWUIP), Ludhiyana, 2013. pp 459-464.
  5. Parveen, Dass S and Sharma A, “Study on Development of New Highway Construction Materials using Recyclable Waste: A overview”, In: Geotechnical and Geoenvironmental Aspects of Wastes and Their Utilization in Infrastructure Projects (GGWUIP), Ludhiyana, 2013. pp 153-160.

Er. Saurabh Jaglan

  1. Puri, DK Soni, and Jaglan S.“Geotechnical site characterization and Stabilization of Weak Deposits-A Case Study” International Journal of Civil Engineering, ISSN(Print): 2278-2287,Vol-2,Issue-5,November-2013.
  1. S. Jaglan ,  and P. Agarwal “Importance and Development of Core Road Network” Proceedings of 3rd National Conference on Recent Innovations in Engineering and Technology” Galaxy Global Group of Institutions, Ambala on 24th -25th March,2012.
  2. Jaglan S. “ Analysis of  Cause and Effect of Earthquake with special Case Study”, Proceedings of 2ndInternational Conference, Evolution in Science & Technology & Eyne on Educational Methodologies (ESTEEM-2013), PPIMT Hisar,  Mar. 3-4, 2013.
  3. Ahlawat A., Singh G.,  and Jaglan S. “Feasibility Analysis of Methods Adopted to Implement IS:15883 part-II in Building Construction Projects”, Proceedings of International Conference in Construction, Real Estate, Infrastructure and Project Management (ICCRIP–2016), NICMAR Pune, 21-22 Oct. 2016.