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Abhijit Mangaraj

Profession:Faculty

Asst Professor, Gandhi Institute For Technology, GIFT

Asst Professor at Gandhi Institute For Technology, GIFT
Civil Engineering at KIIT University

Subject Expertise

100% | Transportation Engineering 2

100% | CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENTS PLANNING AND MANAGEMENT

100% | Transportation Engineering 1

100% | Fluid Mechanics and Hydraulic Machines

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Work Experience / Internship

  • Gandhi Institute For Technology, GIFT

    Asst Professor
    From : 2015 June 15

Education

  • KIIT University

    Bhubaneswar, Odisha, India
    M.Tech . Civil Engineering .
    From : 2013 Till : 2015
  • ITER

    BHUBANESWAR
    B.Tech . Civil Engineering .
    From : 2009 Till : 2013
  • Maharsi college of Natural Law

    Bhubaneswar, Odisha, India
    +2 . Science .
    Till : 2008
  • prabhujee english medium school

    bhubhaneswar
    Till : 2006

Research And Projects

  • Utilization Of Ferro-Chrome Slag As Concrete Aggregate With Chromium Immobilization In Cement Matrix

    Utilization Of Ferro-Chrome Slag As Concrete Aggregate With Chromium Immobilization In Cement Matrix
  • Experimental Investigation of Physical, Mechanical and Electrical Properties of Cement Mortar Using Nano Fly-Ash

    Experimental Investigation of Physical, Mechanical and Electrical Properties of Cement Mortar Using Nano Fly-Ash

Publications

  • ”Experimental Investigation of Physical, Mechanical and Electrical Properties of Ce ment Mortar Using Nano FlyAsh

    ”Experimental Investigation of Physical, Mechanical and Electrical Properties of Ce ment Mortar Using Nano FlyAsh”, Indian J.Sci.Res. 14 (2): 52-59, 2017 , ISSN: 2250-0138
  • “Rain Water Harvesting”, Institute of Engineers, Sustainable Green Energy Resources in State to Overcome Energy Crisis

    Published On: 2018-08-11
    “Rain Water Harvesting”, Institute of Engineers, Sustainable Green Energy Resources in State to Overcome Energy Crisis,

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