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Dr. Mohammad Abdul Kalam

Professor & Head, Department of Civil Engineering

Email: civil.hod@sreyas.ac.in




  • Ph.D in Watershed Management using Geo-hydrology model from Gitam University of Visakhapatnam, , 2017.
  • Postgraduate (Masters) Degree in Water Resources Engineering from Osmania University, Hyderabad, 2000.
  • Undergraduate Degree in Civil Engineering from Osmaina University, 1991.



  • Industry: Worked as Site Engineer for two years.
  • Academics: 26 years of teaching experience for both B. E and M. E dealing subjects like Fluid Mechanics, Water Resources Engineering, Surveying, Soil Mechanics, Transportation Engineering etc.
  • Tech Guide – 10 PG Students were awarded under my guidance.
  • Google Scholar: Citations – 96;


Current Association:

  • Professor and HOD at Sreyas Institute of Engineering and Technology, affiliated to JNTUH.
  • A member of ISPRS (International Society of Photogrametry and Remote Sensing )



Research, Projects & Publications:


  • He has published more than 10 papers in International and National Journals and conferences in the area Remote Sensing and Watershed Management.
  • Civil Engineering Department made a MOU with GHMC for third party Quality Assurance for two municipalities Rajender nagar and falakanama of worth 1cr Rupees



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