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Some Information about Civil Engineering
For students who have interest in the design and construction
of natural or physical build environment, civil engineering is
the disciple you should go for so as to prove your ability. Also
known as military engineering, civil engineering is the second
oldest professional engineering degree.
What civil engineering exactly is?
The field of civil engineering deals with the planning, designing and creativity of
buildings and other physical structures. From road and building constructions to river
and township planning and construction, every physical concrete structure comes under
the branch of civil engineering.
In other words “Civil Engineering is the art of directing the power in the nature for the
use and convenience of man. Moreover, it is the art to make the developed world around
Course & Duration
Students can choose civil engineering, once they have completed their secondary or
senior secondary examination. Well, the academic criterion of civil engineering is based
on 3 courses/programs as given below:
Diploma courses polytechnic diploma of 3 years duration.
UG courses B.Tech (Bachelor of Technology) degree in Civil engineering, of 4
PG courses M.Tech (Master of Technology) degree in Civil engineering, of 2
Beside these, research courses PhD (Doctor of Philosophy) degree in Civil engineering
are also available. Civil engineering is a vast field of technical education, divided into
various specializations after the completion of the B.Tech degree.
Diploma courses: After the completion of 10th standard, students are only eligible for
UG courses: After the completion of 12th standard, students are eligible to pursue the
UG (B.Tech) degree in civil engineering.
PG courses: B.Tech in civil engineering is required by students who want to pursue the
PG (M.Tech) degree in civil engineering.
Jobs & Career
Students after completing B. Tech in Civil Engineering, have job opportunities in all the
sectors – public, private and government.
There are several rich opportunities for civil engineers in the entire world. They can be a
part of town developers, city planners, building developers, canal works, dam & bridge
developers, road & rail transport developers or any workplace wherein physical
creativity, development, construction or natural resourcing is involved.