There would have been no historic wonders like Taj Mahal, Coliseum of Rome and the Great Wall of China or modern masterpieces like the London Bridge and Howrah Bridge if there were no civil engineers. The engineering course deals with planning, designing, constructing, maintaining, and operating infrastructures while protecting the public and environmental health as well as improving existing infrastructure. The course also teaches the development of better infrastructural facilities to sustain an eco-friendly
environment. Civil engineering course is offered both at the undergraduate and postgraduate levels.
For UG: The candidate should have passed 10+2 examination from CBSE or any other equivalent examination board with Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics as core subjects. The candidates should also fulfil minimum qualifying marks in aggregate of the subjects.
For PG: The candidate should have a B.Tech degree with a minimum passing percentage in aggregate of the subjects studied at the degree level.
SCOPE OF CIVIL ENGINEERING
The construction and infrastructural development projects including town planning are on the rise in the coming days and will demand more domain specialists.
In search of comfortably safe homes, better roads and standardised living, the demand for civil engineers are to raise more.