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DEPARTMENT OF Civil Engineering

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Construction Technology is a professional engineering discipline that deals with the design, construction and maintenance of the physical and naturally built environment, including works such as bridges, roads, canals, dams and buildings. Construction Technology is the oldest engineering discipline aftermilitary engineering. It is traditionally broken into several sub-disciplines including environmental engineering, geotechnical engineering, structural engineering, transportation engineering, water resources engineering, materials engineering, coastal engineering, surveying, and construction engineering. Construction Technology takes place on all levels: in the public sector from municipal through to federal levels, and in the private sector from individual homeowners through to international companies. Necessity has demanded for Construction Engineers and hence the department of construction Technology was started in this institute from the academic year 2009-2010. The department is at present conducting one diploma course.

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Civil Engineering Department offers Diploma, Under Graduate and Post Graduate programmes.
M.Tech. in Civil Engineering
Course Duration: 2 (Two) Years
Intake Capacity: 18 Students
Examination Scheme: Semester Basis
B.Tech. in Civil Engineering
Course Duration: 4 (Four) Years
Intake Capacity: 60 Students
Examination Scheme: Semester Basis
Diploma in Civil Engineering
Course Duration: 3 (Three) Years
Intake Capacity: 30 Students
Examination Scheme: Semester Basis
DEPARTMENT FACULTY
Dr. Monomoy Goswami Professor Head of Department
Dean (Faculty Affairs)
PhD in Engineering Hydrology (National University of Ireland, Galway, Ireland) M.Sc in Hydrology (University College Galway, National University)
m.goswami@cit.ac.in
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Dr. Neelu Das Assistant Professor PhD (NERIST), M.E. (A.E.C.), B.Tech. (NIT Silchar)
nl.das@cit.ac.in
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Dr. Amit Kumar Dey Assistant Professor PhD (NIT Silchar), M.Tech.(NERIST), B.Tech.(NERIST)
ak.dey@cit.ac.in
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Yachang Omo Assistant Professor M.Tech.(NERIST), B.E.(UBDT. College of Engg.)
y.omo@cit.ac.in
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Omem Paron Assistant Professor M.Tech (NERIST), B.Tech (TKMCE)
o.paron@cit.ac.in
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Dr. Soumen Maji Assistant Professor Ph.D, IIT Kharagpur
s.maji@cit.ac.in
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Shafi Kamal Rahman Assistant Professor M. E.
sk.rahman@cit.ac.in
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Pranjal Barman Assistant Professor M. E.
p.barman@cit.ac.in
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Dr. Abhijit Deka Assistant Professor Ph.D (IIT Guwahati)
a.deka@cit.ac.in
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Rajashekar Mallikarjun Hubbali Assistant Professor M. Tech
rm.hubbali@cit.ac.in
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Jackie Brahma Assistant Professor Member Secretary, Hostel Managment Comittee M. Tech (IITG)
j.brahma@cit.ac.in
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Avijit Paul Assistant Professor M. Tech (IITK)
a.paul@cit.ac.in
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Dr. Biswarup Saikia Associate Professor Member Secretary B.E. (REC, Silchar), M.Tech (BMS College of Engineering, Bangalore), PhD (VTU, Belgaum)
saikia.b@cit.ac.in
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SURVEYING LABORATORY: Survey laboratory is equipped with the following instruments:
(1) Electronic Total Station (2) Electronic Digital Theodolite (3) Vernire Theodolite (4) Global Positioning System (GPS) (5) Auto Level (6) Prismatic Compass (7) Plane Table (8) Alidade Set (9) Metric Chains (10) Steel Tapes (11) Cross Staff (12) Levelling Staff (13) Foot Pump
GEOTECHNICAL AND CEMENT TESTING LABORATORY: The geotechnical laboratory is equipped with the following instruments
(1) Proctor Compaction (2) Soil Cone Penetrometer (3) Sand replacement Apparatus (4) Plastic Limit Apparatus (5) Liquid Limit Apparatus (6) Shrinkage limit test apparatus (7) Direct Shear Apparatus (8) Tri-axial Apparatus (9) Laboratory vane shear apparatus (10) Unconfined Compressive strength test apparatus (11) Pore pressure apparatus (12) Consolidation apparatus (13) Laboratory California bearing ratio test apparatus (14) Core cutter apparatus (15) Laboratory permeability apparatus (16) Sieves (17) Vicat apparatus (18) Le- Chatelier apparatus.
CONCRETE AND MATERIAL TESTING LABORATORY: Concrete Laboratory is equipped with the following instruments:
(1) Flow table (2) Vibration table (3) Universal Testing Machine (UTM) (4) Compression testing machine. (CTM) (5) Thickness gauge (6) Length gauge (7) Crushing value apparatus (8) Relative Density apparatus (9) Aggregate impact tester. (10) Slump test apparatus (11) Compaction factor test apparatus.
TRANSPORTATION ENGINEERING LABORATORY: Transportation Engineering Laboratory is equipped with the following instruments:
(1) Los Angeles apparatus (2) Marshall apparatus (3) Modified roughness indicating machine (4) Plate bearing test apparatus (5) Ductility testing machine (6) Standard penetration test apparatus (7) Ring and ball apparatus (8) G.I Sieves.
COMPUTER LABORATORY: Computer Laboratory is Equipped with following software:
AutoCAD, MATLAB, andis in process of incorporating the following: STAAD Pro (For structure and Geotechnical Lab), MXROAD (For highway/Transportation Lab), ArchiCAD (For Building Planning and Construction) and MSProject (For Project Management).
ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING LABORATORY: Environmental Engineering Laboratory is equipped with the followinginstruments/reagents:
(1) BOD bottles (2) Conical Flasks (3) Culture Tube (4) Weighing Balance (5) Durham tubes (6) Sand Paper (7) Volumetric Flask (8) Dropper (9) BOD Incubator (10) Jar Test Apparatus (11) Nephelo Turbidity Meter (12) Spectrophotometer (13) Electric Muffle Furnace.
International Journals (April 2017 - March 2018)
Name of Author Name of Paper Name of Journal Vol. & Issue No. Page no Publication Year
Dr. Neelu Das Geotechnical behaviour of lateritic soil reinforced with brown waste and synthetic fibre International Journal of Geotechnical Engineering; Taylor & Francis Available Online 1-11 2017
Amit Kumar Dey, Upendra Kumar Adsorption of anionic azo dye Congo Red from aqueous solution onto NaOH-modified jute fibre Desalination and Water Treatment (SCIE) Volume 92, DOI: 10.5004/ dwt.2017.21484 301-308 Sept. 2017
Amit Kumar Dey, Upendra Kumar Adsorption of Reactive Red 195 from polluted water upon Na2CO3 Modified Jute Fibre International Journal of Engineering and Technology (UGC listed Journal) Vol 9, issue 3S, DOI: 10.21817/ijet/2017/ v9i3/170903S011 53-58 July 2017
Amit Kumar Dey, Abhijit Dey, Mawfungra Brahma Design of an Overhead Tank for the Newly Built Guest House in CIT (Central Institute Technology (UGC listed Journal) of Technology, Assam) International Journal of Engineering and Technology (UGC listed Journal) Vol 9, issue 3S, DOI: 10.21817/ijet/2017/ v9i3/170903S014 73-83 July 2017
Prakash, A., Hazra, B., Abhijit, D. and Sreedeep, S. Probabilistic analysis of water retention characteristic curve of fly ash International Journal of Geomechanics, ASCE 17(12) 04017111 (1-13) 2018
Abhijit, D. Unsaturated seepage modeling of Lined canal using Seep/w. i-manager’s Journal on Civil Engineering, i-manager 8(1) 8-14 2018
Abhijit, D. and Sreedeep, S. Contaminant retention characteristics of fly ashbentonite mixes Waste Management and Research, SAGE 35(1) 40-46 2017
Maji, S., Pal, D., Hanmaiahgari, P. R., & Gupta, U. P. Hydrodynamics and turbulence in emergent and sparsely vegetated open channel flow Environmental Fluid Mechanics 17 and 4 853-877 May, 2017
Conference Publication (April 2017 - March 2018)
Goswami, M. and Chanda, K., (2018), “Role of reservoirs in water resources management for sustainability”, Book of Abstracts of the National Conference on Applied Sciences, Sustainable and Evolving Technologies, Central Institute of TechnologyKokrajhar, Kokrajhar, March 9-11, 2018.
Goswami, M. (2018), “Impact of inefficient hydraulic design of water conductor system on hydroelectric energy generation with particular reference to Gumti Hydropower Plant in Tripura”Proceedings of the International Conference on Clean Technologies and Sustainable Development, Central Institute of Technology Kokrajhar, Kokrajhar (pp. 47-55), March 9-11, 2018.
Braman, P. (2017), “Coal Ash As Useful Soil Amendment Material For Geotechnical Engineering Applications”, Advances in Science Engineering and Technology (ASET’17), National Conference, GIMT Tezpur, Tezpur, Assam.
Biswajit Borah, Chandana Boro, Debraj Das, Priyanka Darjee and Pranjal Barman (2018), “Usability of Fly Ash with Soil as Blending Material for Geotechnical Engineering Applications”, National Conference, Advances in Civil and Infrastructure Engineering (ACIE- 2018), Tezpur University, Assam.
Rahman, S.K, Brahma, S. Deka, S, Rongmai, U. And Bayan, N. (2017), “ Characterstics of fly ash mixed with locally available soil of Kokrajhar”, Indian Geotechnical Conference 2017GeoNEst, Dec. 14-16 IIT Guwahati, India