About CE and its Scope
B.Tech in Civil Engineering
Civil engineering is the practice of designing and developing infrastructure objects, on a large scale, developing nationwide transport systems or water supply networks, or on a more minor scale, developing roads and buildings.
A degree in civil engineering covers scientific topics; mechanics, hydraulics, materials science and statistical analysis. These foundation subjects will be complemented with the development of design skills, computer-aided design in particular. The final years of any degree will involve the conception of several personal or team projects
- Must have passed 12th with Non Medical Subjects.
- Minimum Percentage 45% in 12th.
- For LEET, student must have passed Diploma with 45%.
Why CIvil Engineering
A Civil engineer is responsible for all aspects of building structures – comprising the planning, design, budgeting, construction management, surveying and analysis – and civil engineers should expect to use all these skills regardless of their specialisation. Civil engineering is a rapidly advancing industry, constantly adapting to contemporary developments and concerns, such as pollution, water shortages and sustainable energies.
CE Future Scope
- Structural Engineering.
- Traffic and Transportation Engineering.
- Hydraulics and Water Resources Engineering.
- Environment Engineering.
- Geo-technical Engineering.
- Construction Management.
After completing M.Tech. course graduates can choose for Teaching. Also, pursuing PhD courses will help build a career in the Research sector.
many enterprises such as ONGC, BHEL, IOC, PWD, Electricity boards, Town Planning department, NHAI, Armed Forces, Indian Railways etc requires qualified Civil Engineers.
Prime recruiters are Construction firms. One may take up following in such firms-
- Project Manager
- Site Engineer
- Civil Engineer
- Assistant Civil Engineer
- Purchase and Quality control Executive
- Planning and Design Officer