A team of Final Year civil students of NCE visited various spectacular places at Bangalore and Mysore along with staff members, AP/Civil and, AP/Civil.

During the course of the journey, the students made a visit to Abbey falls in Kodagu, in the Western Ghats in Karnataka. The hanging bridge was the greatest admiration for the students and didn’t fail to charm the visitors ever. The students and staff had a good discussion on the social, economic and cultural impacts of bridges and the various considerations of civil engineers when designing bridges.

Visit to the Abbey Falls

The students witnessed the Built in the Indo-Saracenic style of architecture, of Gaddige Raja’s tomb which stands as the mortal remains of the Kodavad Royalty. The visit was surely an enlightening experience for the students in which they were enriched with practical aspects about the setting out of buildings, foundation reinforcement details and the quality standards maintained in site.

Visit to the Gaddige Raja’s Tomb

Opportunity for sightseeing was provided for students as they were taken to Tibetan Golden Temple at Kushalnagar. The huge deities and colorful paintings all around the temple were mesmerizing. It bridged the gap between classroom teaching and and provided hands on knowledge on organizational structures and modes of operations in different engineering.

Visit to the Tibetan Golden Temple

The students were able to have a glimpse of the vast opportunities outside the state visiting several hotspots – Nisargadhama, a serene island and were able to learn new stuff while having fun. The students enjoyed the major attraction en route along with the trekking routes to Narimale forest camp – the hidden splendour of Coorg, Iruppu Falls.

Visit to the Nisargadhama

Other places of in the industrial visit included Mysore Palace and Mysore Zoo. They visited the most iconic and famous monument of Mysore, the Mysore Palace! Seeing the grand palace with a palatial structure that revealed  many tales of India’s complex and intriguing past., students  stood up with its extravaganza and got mesmerized by the beauty and grandeur of it.

Visit to the Mysore Palace