The department of civil Engineering was added to the Jaya Engineering College in the year 2001. This institution was affiliated by Anna University, Chennai. In the year 2001, the intake of students was 45. Because of the good infrastructure provided by the institution and the academic records produced by the several branches in this family. The strength of students was enormous and it helped to widen the faculties of civil Department. The students of our department are disciplined, punctual and dedicative and this encouraged the faculties to reproduce their knowledge and thoughts easily to their students. Due to Co-operation of students the academic record was good. Well talented and experienced faculties were appointed and by their extra-ordinary teaching, the students got inspired and well placed. The books related to civil Engineering were available in abundance in the library. The books needed for competitive exams were also available. Well equipped laboratories were provided to improve student’s practical knowledge. The intake was then increased to 70 students, due to the tremendous academic achievement by the course in 2011.
To impart knowledge and excellence in civil engineering and technology with global perspectives to our students and to make them ethically strong engineers to build our nation.
The various programmes offered by our department are as follows:
The Masters in structural Engineering was started in 2011 to catch up with the current trend. The structural engineer’s responsibility to design a building that meets code and life safety standards must be integrated into the aesthetic and functional characteristics that the architecture desires. Additionally, construction costs are critical to the viability of a project. Therefore, producing a design that maximizes structure efficiency is essential. We believe the ability to provide a design that meets all of these demands is the essence of good structural engineering.
The college is having well built infrastructure and having lab facilities.The facilities are described below.