College in Bangalore


4 Years, 8 Semesters

Case studies and problem-based learning, brainstorming, group discussions, industrial training seminars and projects.


Placed in organizations specialising in products and services

Related to automobile industry, software solutions, product and technology.


Pass in 10+2, A Level, IB, American 12th grade

Equivalent with Physics, Mathematics and English as compulsory subjects.

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The primary objective of B.E in Civil Engineering program at HKBK College of Engineering is to produce the well-balanced civil engineers who have excelled in varied fields, ranging from academics to project management. HKBK is one of the best civil engineering colleges in Bangalore that offers the best programs designed as per international standards. The course comprises of practical training, guest lectures and industrial visits along with project work and exposure to several civil engineering software programs.

Being the top civil engineering college in Karnataka, we offer specialized knowledge ranging from geotechnical engineering to structural engineering. The important subdivisions of this field include irrigation engineering, structural engineering transportation engineering, hydraulic engineering etc.

Unique methodology for enriched learning
The teaching methodology at HKBK ensures a perfect balance of theory and practical learning. The department has well-equipped labs for enriching the practical learning experience of the students. The graduates at HKBK are well prepared to solve the current civil engineering problems and have ability to adapt to the future problems in the related field.

The civil engineering program teaches students the fundamentals of engineering design and the potential applications related to the field. The program is brilliantly designed and caters to the learning requirements of the students from basic to advanced level. On completion of the civil engineering course at HKBK, graduates can apply their knowledge and skills to solve various civil engineering challenges. They can flourish their careers in areas of irrigation, structural design, planning, design and construction of roads, bridges, tunnels etc. We have academic collaboration with some industries for practical training of our students that help them understand the concepts easily.


  • Duration: 4 years
  • Semester I and II: Common for all branches

Eligibility for Chemistry

  • Qualification: Pass in 10+2, A Level, IB, American 12th grade or equivalent with Physics, Mathematics and English as compulsory subjects along with Chemistry or Electronics or Computer Science with a minimum of 45% marks taken together in Physics, Mathematics and any one of the optional subjects.
  • Candidates can apply both under General and Foreign/NRI categories


There are massive career avenues for Civil Engineers both domestically and internationally.

  • Technician-Bridge Design/ Building Material/ Concrete/ Construction/ Environmental/ Highway/ Land use/Highway Traffic/ Road/ Measures/ Noise Reduction/ Solid Waste Disposal/ Structural Engineering/ Urban Planning/ Water Distribution System/ Pollution Control/ Environmental/ Agriculture/ Architectural
  • Technologist- Civil Engineering Design/ Civil Engineering Studies/ Construction/ Foundation/ Material Testing/ Structural Design/ Soil Testing/ Traffic/ Waste Disposal
  • Construction Requirement Writer/ Construction Specifications Writer/ Structural Investigator/ Supervisor

Chemestry HOD

Prof. Sanaulla P F, M.Sc., Ph.D.

Head of the Department


Chemistry has been the back bone of all materials and its properties, and materials play an important role for Engineers irrespective of the branch they work. Chemistry has a major role to play be it petroleum refining, semiconductors, PV Cells, corrosion control, or development of fuel cells or chemical coatings, metallurgy or treatment of industrial wastes. Some of the fields where chemistry forms a backbone are Chemical Engineering, Polymer Technology, Bio Technology, Bio Informatics, Genetic Engineering, Bio Medical Engineering, Environmental Engineering etc. Environmental studies as an audit course is also conducted the reason being developmental policies and practices globally become exploitive of nature particularly so among the affluent western nations. This practically threatened the very existence of humanity on earth.

In India environmental issues attracted popular attention and it was felt that education had to respond appropriately to this crying need of time. The national policy on Education 1986 (renewed 1992) emphasized the incorporation of Environmental education in the entire educational process. The aim of this course is to bring a basic change in our mind set that to stop thinking environment as commodity and humans as consumers instead consider it as the very basis of our life. The Department of Engineering Chemistry has been taking active participation in the Development of HKBK College of Engineering.

The Department focuses on the overall development of the students through innovative teaching and learning. The department believes in continuous training and development of staff is required to upgrade their skills and to meet the technological evolution taking place so that they are up to date always. The following are the achievements of the Department.


  •   To be an internationally renowned department of higher learning in research, innovation, publication and teaching.
  •   To establish a research centre to carry out research and development activities.
  •   To undertake a number of funded research projects from different funding agencies and make the department self-sustained.
  •   To get the lab certified from a competent authority and start consultancy services.


  •   To imbibe knowledge through quality education and research for the nation and humanity.

Course Learning Objectives

This course (18CHE12/22) will enable students to:

    Master the basic knowledge of engineering chemistry for building technical competence in industries, research and development.
    To develop knowledge in the fields of use of free energy in chemical equilibrium, electrochemistry and energy storage systems, Corrosion and metal finishing.
    To understand the importance of energy systems, environmental pollution,waste management, water chemistry, Instrumental methods of analysis and Nanomaterials.

Course Outcomes

On completion of this course, students will have knowledge in:

    CO-1 :Use of free energy in equilibria, rationalize bulk properties and processes using thermodynamic considerations, electrochemical energy systems.
    CO-2 : Causes & effects of corrosion of metals and control of corrosion. Modification of surface properties of metals to develop resistance to corrosion, wear, tear, impact etc. by electroplating and electroless plating.
    CO-3 :Production & consumption of energy for industrialization of country and living standards of people. Electrochemical and concentration cells. Classical, modern batteries and fuel cells. Utilization of solar energy for different useful forms of energy.
    CO-4 :Environmental pollution, waste management and water chemistry.
    CO-5 :Different techniques of instrumental methods of analysis. Fundamental principles of nanomaterials.

Course Structure


DEB Projects, JMC Projects, Secon Survey, Sobha Developers, Digital India Ltd., Puravankara Projects, TRC India Ltd., Chaitanya Constructions, L&T, Nagarjuna Constructions, Brigade Group, PWD, CPWD, Pollution Board, BWSSB, BBMP, BDA.



Sl.No Staff Name Designation Qualification Experience
1 Dr. Sanaulla PF Professor And Head M.Sc –Chemistry.Ph.D Applied Science- Chemistry 34 Years
2 Mrs. Shubha A Assistant professor M.Sc –Chemistry. 10 years
3 Mrs. Neravathi PC Assistant professor M.Sc –Chemistry.PhD- Pursuing 4 years
4 Mr, Mahadevkumar P Assistant professor M.Sc –Chemistry. 4 years
5 Mrs Kotresha K Assistant professor M.Sc –Chemistry.PhD-Pursuing 1 years
6 Kaleemulla S Laboratory Instructor B.Sc. 6 Months
7 Mujahid Ulla Shariff Attender S.S.L.C 6 Months


Achievements-Department of Chemestry


Published Patent No: 2765/CHE / 2015.
    CBR No. 10983, Title “Nano Calcium Silicate – soil based mineral amendments as liners for hazardous waste containment facilities” dated 02/06/2015, patent published on 15/12/2017.

Research projects –Proposal Submitted:

    Synthesis and evaluation of low cost nano compounds as admixture for stabilization of problematic soils- Desorption and consolidation studies- a project submitted to SERB – DST under CORE research grant with a budget of Rs 57 lakhs during June 2018 ( Status – under review).

Research projects Undertaken:

    1. Science and Engineering Research Board (SERB), Department of Science and Technology (DST), Govt. of India sponsored project (Project No. SR/S3/MERC/0111/2012), titled “Nano calcium silicate - soil based mineral amendments as liners for hazardous waste containment facilities" (2013 – 2016). Total budget of project Rs 37.28 lakhs.
    2. Completed RESPOND project of ISRO Project (DOS sanction order DOS/PAD/GIA/2005-06/65/2532, dated 6th January 2006) Titled “Stress corrosion studies on Al alloys (like AA7075 – T7351 and AA7075 – T651)” from April 2006 to June 2009. Total budget of project Rs 11.53 lakhs.

Ph.D. Supervisor:

    1. Ms. I Nusrat Jehan, USN: 1HK16PGJ04 ; Title: “Electrochemical Studies on Corrosion Inhibition of Aluminium alloys AA6061, AA6063 in Acidic medium using Organic compounds”. Department of Chemistry, HKBK College of Engineering, Bangalore. Visvesvaraya Technological University, Belgaum.
    2. Mr. Kotresha K , USN: 1HK16PGJ05; Title: “Heavy Metal Immobilization by Nano – Metal Oxide Amendment in Contaminated Red soil and Black cotton Soil.. Department of Chemistry, HKBK College of Engineering, Bangalore. Visvesvaraya Technological University, Belgaum.

Journal Publications -22

    1. Cadmium Fixation Studies on Contaminated Soils Using Nano Calcium Silicate – Treatment Strategy, Syed Abu Sayeed Mohammed, Arif Ali Baig Moghal, Sanaulla P.F, Kotresha K, Hari Prasad Reddy P, Technical Paper Program , March 12-15, 2017, Orlando, Florida, USA. Geotechnical Frontiers 2017 GSP 276 @ ASCE, page 434-442.

    2. Sustainable use of soils amended with Nano calcium silicate mixture for Nickel encapsulation in an aqueous medium", Syed Abu Sayeed Mohammed, Sanaulla P.F, Kotresha K, Arif Ali Baig Mogha. Materials Today Proceedings (ICNAO), ELSEVEIR, 4 (2017) page 12271–12277.

    3. Potential of Soils Amended with a Nano Calcium Silicate Mixture for Lead Encapsulation in an Aqueous Medium. Syed Abu Sayeed Mohammed, Sanaulla P.F, Munwar B Basha and Arif Ali Baig Moghal, Geo-Chicago-2016 GSP 269 @ASCE, USA. page 467- 276.

    4. Role of different leaching methods to arrest transport of Ni2+ in soil and soil amended with ano calcium silicate, Syed Abu Sayeed Mohammed, Sanaulla P.F and Arif Ali Baig Moghal GEOCHINA -2016 GSP261 @ASCE, USA. pp 49-56.

    5. Sustainable use of locally available red earth and black cotton soils to retain Cd2+ and Ni2+ from aqueous solutions, Syed Abu Sayeed Mohammed, Sanaulla P. F and Arif Ali Baig Moghal, International Journal of Civil Engineering-Springer, Iran University of Science and Technology, DOI 10.1007/s40999-016-0052-z,30 May 2016.

    6. “Effect of Electroless Cu Coating on the Mechanical properties of Al6061/SiC/Gr based Hybrid Composite”. International Journal of Scientific & Engineering Research, Vol 5( 3), (2014) pp1070 -1077.( Impact factor -1.47)

    7. Inhibiting Action of Tetra-N-Butyl Ammonium Bromide And Tetra-N-Butyl Ammonium Iodide on The Corrosion Behaviour of Za-27 Alloy In 1m Na2SO4.”International Journal of Engineering and Science (IJES), Vol.3, Issue. 6(2014)pp 58-68.

    8. “Inhibition Action of Tetra –N – Butyl Ammonium Bromide and Tetra –N Butyl Ammonium Iodide on the Corrosion Behaviour of ZA-27 Alloy in 0.5 M NaCl.” International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering & Management, Vol.III, Issue. VI, (June 2014) pp 09-18.

    9. “Inhibiting Action of Quaternary Ammonium Salts on the Corrosion Behaviour of ZA-27 Alloy in 1M Na2SO4” IOSR Journal of Applied Chemistry (IOSR-JAC), Volume 7, Issue 5 Ver. I. (May. 2014), (Impact factor -1.327).

    10. “Electro chemical investigation on the corrosion behavior of ZA-27 alloy in 1MNa2SO4 in the presence of cationic surfactants as inhibitors” IOSR Journal of Humanities and Social Science (IOSR-JHSS), Volume 19, Issue 6, Ver. I (Jun. 2014), PP 09-20,(Impact factor -1.589)

    11. “Inhibitive effect of N,N’-bis (Salicylidene)1-2 Diaminoethane and N,N’-bis(3- Methoxy Salicylidene)1-2 Diaminoethane on the corrosion of AA6061 alloy in Hydrochloric acid”. Journal of Applicable Chemistry, Vol 2(4), (2013), pp940-957.(Impact Factor- 1.26).

    12. “Electrochemical Behaviour of AA6061 Alloy in 1M Hydrochloric Acid using Schiff Base Compounds as Corrosion Inhibitors”. J. Mater. Environ. Sci. 4(3), (2013) PP 326-327. (Impact Factor- 1.0923).

    13. “Electrochemical Behaviour of AA6063 Alloy in Hydrochloric Acid using Schiff Base Compounds as Corrosion Inhibitors. International Journal of Engineering Research and Applications Vol. 2, Issue 5, 2012, pp 2049-2061.(Impact Factor-1.69)

    14. “Electrochemical investigation of corrosion inhibition of AA6063 alloy in 1M hydrochloric acid using Schiff base compounds”. IOSR Journal of Applied Chemistry. Vol 2. Issue 5, 2012, pp37-47.(Impact factor -1.327)

    15. “Corrosion Inhibition of AA6061 and AA6063 alloy in Hydrochloric acid media by Schiff base compounds”. J. Chil. Chem. Soc., 57, Nº 4 (2012) PP 1364-1370.(Impact Factor-0.67)

    16. Corrosion Characterization of TiO2 Particulate Reinforced Al-6063 Composites in Chloride and Nitrate Media, Asian Journal of Chemistry, ISSN 0970-7077, 2011, Volume 23, Issue 4, 1664 – 1668. (Impact factor -0.247)

    17. Influence of chlorides, nitrate and sulphate media on corrosion behaviour of TiO2 particulate reinforced Al-6061 composites, Portugaliae Electrochimica Acta, ISSN 1647-1571, 2010, 28(5), 309-320

    18. Corrosion behaviour of TiO2 particulate reinforced Al-6063 composites in sodium sulphate medium, International Journal of Applied Chemistry, ISSN 0973-1792, Volume 6, Number 2, (2010) pp. 225–232.

    19. Studies on Contaminant transport at an industrial waste dump site of Bangalore, India. Published in an International Journal Revista Ambiente Agua Taubate – An Interdisciplinary journal of Applied Science Volume 3, number 3, December08 Issue p55 – 66. Published by University of Taubate, Taubate City, Brazil.

    20. “Rotational Re-Orientation times and dipole moments of Coumarin laser dye” BARC, Mumbai January 2005.

    21. ‘Studies on properties of self-setting sand using molasses as a binder and calcium oxide as a hardener” published at Indian Foundry Journal, IIT (Madras), July 1995.

    22. “Studies on properties of self-setting sand using molasses as a binder and sodium metaborate as a hardener” Indian Foundry Journal IIT (Madras).

Conference Publications-09

    1. Sustainable use of soils amended with nano calcium silicate mixture for cadmium encapsulation in an aqueous medium" Sanaulla P.F, Syed Abu Sayeed Mohammed, Arif Ali Baig Moghal-presented at International conference on Nanotechnology - 2016 (IC Nano 2016) held during 21 - 23rd April 2016 at VTU Center for PG Studies, Muddenehalli, Chikkabalapur, Karnataka, 58-59.

    2. Effect of Nano Calcium Silicate to retain Nickel in a contaminated Steel Mill Soil. Syed Abu Sayeed Mohammed, Sanaulla P.F and Kotesha K. Indo-Canadian Symposium on Nano-Science and Technology (ICSNST-2016), National Institute of Engineering, Mysore, India.

    3. Studies on Sorptive Behavior of Red and Black Cotton Soils on Pb, Cd and Ni from Aqueous Medium. Syed Abu Sayeed Mohammed, Sanaulla P. F and Arif Ali BaigMoghal, CLEAR 2014 CONFERENCE - Contaminated Land, Ecological Assessment and Remediation held at Chuncheon, Korea, 5-8 October 2014.

    4. Application of Potentiometry to study the retentivity of heavy metal ions in Red Soil. Published in an International Conference on Frontiers in Chemical Research Held at Mangalore University during December 2008

    5. Corrosion Behaviour of Aluminium alloys in 3% and 5 % NaCl Solutions- A Potentiodynamic Study. Presented at “National Symposium on Electrochemical Science and Technology NSEST 2008, conducted by Electrochemical Society of India, Indian Institute of Science, (I.I.Sc) July 2008.

    6.“Flood Control of a locality through Ground Water Recharge – A Case study.” Published at National Conference on Role of Civil Engineers in Disaster Management and Mitigation, held at BMS College of Engineering from 2nd to 4th February 2006.

    7. Studies on water quality of Bellandur and Varthur lakes – A Case study.” Published at a National Conference on Environment held at University of Agricultural Sciences, Dharwad during November 2000.

    8. “Studies on properties of a partially baked sand using a blend of limestone powder and organic resin as a binder” published at 40thAnnual Convention of IIF, IIT (Madras), during February 1992.

    9. Studies on properties of self-setting sand using molasses as a binder and sodium perborate as a hardener” JNTU Hyderabad.

Conferences, Workshops and Symposiums Attended:

    1. Journals Editorial Roundtable-2016 “Getting Visible – Indian Authors in Global Arena” organised by Taylor & Francis on 8th March 2016; Bangalore, India.

    2. Second Indo-Canadian Symposium on Nano-Science and Technology (ICSNST-2016), National Institute of Engineering, Mysore, India-Febuary-2016.

    3. International Workshop on “Coatings and Surfaces in Biomedical Engineering” Indian Institute of Technology –Madras, Chennai, India-February 2014.

    4. Workshop on “Research Methodology & Report writing” e-learning Centre Mysore, Visvesvaraya Technological University, Bangalore, India-May 2009.

    5. National Conference on “Recent Advances in Surface Engineering –RASE-09” National Aerospace Laboratories (CSIR), Bangalore, India-February2009.

    6. National Symposium on “Electrochemical Science & Technology (NSEST-2008), The Electrochemical Society of India, Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, India-July 2008.

    7. Workshop on “Industrial Corrosion Awareness & Prevention” The Electrochemical Society of India, Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, National Institute of Technology-K & at Mangalore University, India- February 2006.

    8. National Conference on Environment held at University of Agricultural Sciences, Dharwad, India -November 2000.

Rainwater Harvesting:

    Successfully designed and implemented Rainwater harvesting system for recharging the ground water at HKBKCE campus in the year 2005, the project has met with tremendous success and now the college is self-sufficient for its water requirements.


Course Duration: 4 years (8 semester)

Civil engineering focuses on the infrastructure of the world which include Water works, Sewers, Dams, Power Plants, Transmission Towers/Lines, Railroads, Highways, Bridges, Tunnels, Irrigation Canals, River Navigation, Shipping Canals, Traffic Control, Mass Transit, Airport Runways, Terminals, Industrial Plant Buildings, Skyscrapers etc.


As a Civil Engineer, you will deal with the design, construction and maintenance of infrastructure such as buildings, bridges, roads, tunnels, dams, river & shipping lanes, industrial & power plants. Though civil engineers also supervise construction of built environments, they normally are not involved in the design of the same.


Upon completion of the Civil Engineering (CE) programme, students will be able to:

  • Apply knowledge, techniques, skills and modern tools of civil engineering technology.
  • Utilize graphic techniques to produce engineering documents.
  • Conduct standardized field and laboratory testing on civil engineering materials.
  • Function on multidisciplinary teams, working cooperatively, respectfully, creatively, and responsibly as a member of a team.
  • Utilize modern surveying methods for land measurement and/or construction layouts.
  • Understand professional and ethical responsibilities in civil engineering practice.
  • Communicate effectively by oral, written, and graphical means.
  • Understand and analyze the impact of civil engineering solutions in a global, economic, environmental, and societal context.
  • Recognize the need to engage in lifelong learning.
  • Determine forces and stresses in elementary structural systems.
  • Use the techniques, skills, and modern tools necessary for civil engineering practice.vEstimate material quantities for technical projects.
  • Perform economic analyses and cost estimates related to design, construction, operations and maintenance of systems in the civil technical specialties.


Engineering Mechanics, Soil Mechanics, Transportation Engineering, Engineering Geology , Fluid, Mechanics, Structural Analysis, Surveying, Concrete Technology, Environmental Engineering, Building Materials and Technology, Hydraulics, Design of Steel Structures.

Important Laboratories

Structural Analysis
Transportation Engineering
Concrete Lab
Fluid Mechanics

Major Equipment’s Available:

Elongation Test
Marshal stability Test
CBR Apparatus
Bulk density apparatus
Dorr abrasion test
Liquid limit & plastic limit device
Proctor’s coup action
Coefficient of permeability soils
Unconfined compressive strength
Unconsolidated trixial strength
Vicats Apparatus
Slump test apparatus
Compaction factor Apparatus
Needle vibrator
Concrete test hammer
Vibrating Sieve Shaker with Onset Sieves
Hot air over (18*18*18)
PH Meter Digital
Turbidity Meter
Conductivity Meter
B.o.D Meter
C.O.D Meter
Muffle furnace
UV Visible spectro photometer
Jar Test Apparatus
Casa Grande Apparatus
Compaction Test – High/Low
Bomb Integrator(Rough meter)

Survey Instruments:

Automatic Level
Dumpy Level
Vernier Theodolite
Military Theodolite
Kern Theodolite
Wild Theodolite
Electronic Theodolite
Auto Reduction Tachometer
Telescopic Alidade
Prismatic Compass


The placements at HKBK hold an impressive recruitment record since its inception. HKBK students are well placed and are found across industries around the country.


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