Civil Engineering is backbone of the countries development
Civil Engineering is a profession characterized by a high intellectual, ethical and high social responsibility profile, with specialties in various areas: Construction, Structures, Geotechnics, Roads and Transportation, Hydraulic, Sanitary and Environmental. The “civil engineering” is the discipline of professional engineering that uses knowledge of calculus, hydraulic and physical mechanics to handle the design, construction and maintenance of infrastructure deployed in the environment, including roads, railways, bridges , canals , dams , ports , airports , dykes and other related constructions
Why study Civil Engineering?
By studying Civil Engineering, you can help people drive by the roads designed by you, drink water from the treatment plants you have designed, live and work in the buildings and structures designed, etc. Civil engineers do not design these facilities in a vacuum. They often have to visit a site, make measurements and get their hands dirty.
They should work with community members, public officials, state regulators and other professionals to design facilities that satisfy the public and comply with all regulations and codes. Because the facilities are designed to affect health and public safety, they have the responsibility to comply with the highest ethical values.
To obtain the B.Tech Civil Engg. degree, you will be good at math and science , that you like to work outside and with other people.
Course Details 2018
In general, the ‘Civil Engineering degree’ lasts between 4 and 5 years and an engineering program usually includes a large amount of mathematics, science courses and many practices. In the first year you learn mathematics and physics in general, maybe a computer programming course and most likely the writing and / or survey. In the second and third year, more mathematics and structural analysis courses are carried out. You also learn a little design, codes and standards, as well as construction management and ethics.
(1) Civil Engineering Materials (2) Construction Management (3) Construction Practices (4) Elements of Surveying (5) Engineering Geology (6) Environmental Engineering (7) Hydraulics (8) Introduction to Transportation Engineering (9) Soil Mechanics (1) Transportation Engineering Lab
Admission Eligibility Criteria 2018:
UG (Under-graduate) : To take admission in Civil Engineering one has to pass 10+2 with subject physics, chemistry and math from some register School, College, or from Institute. And Student must score at least 50 % in 10+2 to take admission in B-tech Civil. To take admission one need to clear Joint Entrance Exam which is hold on national level.
For JEEmain : Minimum 60 percent marks at Higher & Senior Secondary level & minimum 60 percent aggregate in Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry in 12th class. JEE-Main (cutoff to be announced after declaration of JEE-Main result).
Fees Structure of Civil Engineering Colleges / Institutes:
Per Semester Fees of Civil Engineering is Rs. 65, 500/- to 85,500/- and for 4 Year Degree Course
What does a Civil Engineer do in his day to day? What is your jobs?
After doing Civil Engineering one can get good Salary, as Career scope of Civil Engineering is good and one can get job easily.
The graduate of the Civil Engineering degree has its main field of work in those spheres of production and services that basically serve the planning, projection, construction, exploitation and maintenance of civil works, the same as structures (buildings), that vials.
Civil engineers work in a fast moving, stimulating and rewarding profession, which involves design, construction and management. As a civil engineer you will play a fundamental role in the planning, design, construction, maintenance and management of the physical environment that surrounds us, including buildings and structures, transport systems and water collection, treatment and distribution, etc.
The Civil Engineer will be able to:
The Civil Engineer is the professional responsible for the project and design of infrastructure works; planning, management and land use; resource management; implementation of technology development policies; determination of materials and criteria of use for planning, project, execution, maintenance and operation of civil constructions destined to: development of the diverse activities of the man, the production of energy, transport, to the general storage and conduction of fluids; understanding natural phenomena, mitigation and risk assessment, and making measurements of all kinds, related to such civil constructions, among others.
A. Study, feasibility, project, direction, inspection, construction, operation & maintenance of:
- Buildings, whatever your destination with all your complementary works.
- Resistant structures and civil works and art of all kinds.
- Works of regulation, catchment and water supply.
- Irrigation, drainage and drainage works.
- Hydromechanical installations.
- Works for the use of hydraulic energy.
- Works of correction and fluvial regulation.
- Works for the storage, conduction and distribution of solids and fluids.
- Road and railway works.
- Urban and rural sanitation works.