It is rightly said that the road to success is always under construction. From the pyramids of Egypt to the international space station, civil engineers have always faced the challenges of the future – advancing civilization and building our quality of life. Today, the world is undergoing vast changes – the technological revolution, population growth, environmental concerns, and more. All create unique challenges for civil engineers of every specialty. Civil engineers are in the forefront of technology. They are the leading users of sophisticated high-tech products – applying the very latest concepts in computer-aided design (CAD) during design, construction, project scheduling, and cost control. Hence Amal Jyothi College of Engineering endeavors to track the recent advancements in Civil Engineering through the TRACE (Tracking Recent Advancements in civil Engineering) Club. Solutions for meeting the challenges of pollution, traffic congestion, drinking water and energy needs, urban redevelopment, and community planning were topics dealt with in the current academic semester.
LIFE stands for Liberated Individuals For Environment. The LIFE Club has set its sight on getting the students acquainted about the environmental issues and problems. The club is planning to have an Environmental Week, to create awareness among the whole college community about protecting the environment. The LIFE club is monitoring the projects related to safe disposal of bio-wastes and the design of biogas plants, undertaken by the final year students.
A model is the miniature representation of structures, both natural and manmade, that depicts its form, style and pattern. The Civil Engineering department has already introduced the Model club, which has been designed to hone the creative skills of the budding civil engineers and to convert abstract ideas into tangible works of art. The success of this club is, without doubt, due to the centering efforts and zealous endeavors of the team members, who have put together a variety of models of some of the famous structures of today. These models were exhibited at the technical fest of AJCE, AZURE’10 and the tremendous response has provided the incentive for these students to come up with new ideas for the next technical fest.