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Balbir Kumar Pandey

Assistant Professor, Civil Engineering (CE)



B.K. Pandey is currently working as an Assistant Professor in the department of Civil Engineering at Sharda University. He has submitted his Ph.D. from Department of Civil Engineering IIT Kanpur. He completed his M.Tech from SVNIT, Surat and B.E from Rewa Engineering College, Rewa (M.P).

 His research focus is on Physical and Numerical modeling of geotechnical problems, ground improvement and soil remediation. He has 10 publications (journal, conference, book chapters) in different domains. He has participated/attended more than 15 conferences, STTP, workshops and seminars in India and abroad. He has been awarded with ISSMGE foundation grant in the year 2020 and he is recipient of MHRD scholarships during his masters (2012-14) and doctoral (2015-20) studies. He has served has reviewer of various national conferences (like 7IYGEC-2019, NCRI-2020 etc.).

Apart from academics his interests are hiking, trekking and mountain cycling. He has cycled to one of the toughest cycling route of world I.e., Manali-Leh-Khardulngla route (approx. 560 km and gained maximum elevation of 18,379 ft.).

  • 8 Years (Including experiences gained during PhD as tutor and teaching assistant)
  • Ph.D (Submitted)
Award & Recognition

  • Recipient of ISSMGE Foundation Award 2020 of US Dollar 1300 to attend Geo-Congress 2020, in Minneapolis, MN, USA.
  • Recipient of “Ministry of Human Resource Development” Govt. of India Scholarships during PhD (July, 2015 - July, 2020).
  • Recipient of “Ministry of Human Resource Development” Govt. of India Scholarships during M.Tech (July, 2012 - July, 2014).


  • Total 10 Publications

Area of Interest

  • Physical and Numerical Modelling of Geotechnical Problems
  • Application of Geosynthetics and Ground Improvement