civil

Civil Engineering uses scientific and engineering principles to design and construct the physical and natural built environment, including the structures viz. bridges, roads, canals, dams and buildings etc. This is considered to be one of the oldest branches of engineering disciplines. Civil Engineering is now being studied under several sub-disciplines like environmental engineering, geotechnical engineering, structural engineering, transportation engineering, water resources engineering, materials engineering, coastal engineering, surveying, urban planning and many more. A civil engineer can choose from a multitude of career options like designing, supervision and construction activities of public works like roads, bridges, tunnels, buildings, airports, dams, water works, sewage systems, ports etc. The career prospects in this field are enormous owing to the rapid growth of infrastructure facilities in the country.

There are excellent job opportunities in civil engineering both in public and private sectors. The government departments like public health, irrigation or public works offer ample job opportunities to civil engineering graduates. However, the probability of finding jobs in private sector is more as compared to government sector. A fresh graduate of civil engineering one can also look for jobs in road projects, building work, consultancy firms, quality testing laboratories or housing societies. According to experts, there is a high demand for experienced civil engineers in developed countries. Hundreds of civil engineers migrate from India to Canada, Australia and other countries for better career prospects. According to an estimate, over 50,000 new jobs in the civil engineering sector are coming up every year across the country in the private sector. The Centre has announced to invest over Rs 50,000 crore in the infrastructure sector in the next few years.

Some of the companies in which Civil Engineering Students can work are :

· Irrigation Department

· Power Corporation

· National Hydroelectric Power Corporation (NHPC.)

· Larsen & Toubro Ltd.

· National Thermal Power Corporation (NTPC )

· Bhabha Atomic Research Centre (BARC)

· Mangalore Refinery and Petrochemicals (MRPL)

· Gammon Infrastructure Projects Ltd.

· National Buildings Construction Corporation (NBCC)

· Bridge Corporation Ltd.

· Andrew Yule & Co. Ltd.

· Cochin Shipyard Ltd.

· Indian Engineering Services (IES)

· Indian Administrative Services (IAS)

COURSE

DURATION

SPECIALIZATION

ELIGIBILITY

Ph.D.

2.5 - 5 Yrs.

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PG with 55% marks in relevant Stream

M.Tech (Regular)

2 Yrs.

Structural Engineering, Construction, Environmental Civil

B.Tech. or an equivalent degree in the related branch of engg. or M.Sc. degree in related branch with a minimum of 55% marks from a recognized university

M.Tech (Part-Time)

3 Yrs.

Construction

B.Tech. or an equivalent degree in the related branch of engg. or M.Sc. degree in related branch with a minimum of 55% marks from a recognized university

M.Tech (Integrated)

5 Yrs.

Civil Engineering

B.Tech. or an equivalent degree in the related branch of engg. or M.Sc. degree in related branch with a minimum of 55% marks from a recognized university

B.Tech (Regular)

4 yrs.

Civil Engineering

Intermediate / Higher secondary (10+2) PCM with percentage as per AICTE Norms

B.Tech + MBA (Integrated)

5 yrs.

Civil Engineering

Intermediate / Higher secondary (10+2) PCM with percentage as per AICTE Norms

Diploma

3 Yrs.

Civil

10th Passed

List of Civil Lab Equipment (Click Here)

List of Civil Lab Experiments (Click Here)

  • Three hinged arch
  • Three bar pin jointed
  • Unsymmetrical bending
  • Unconfined compression testing machine
  • Two hined arch
  • Structures lab
  • Standard Penetrometer and Water Bath
  • Sieve Analysis(mechanicaly operaated) and los angels abbrasion testing machnie.
  • Marshall apparatus and slump cone test
  • Electrical oven
  • Elastic properties of a deflective beama
  • Ductility apparatus
  • Digital scale, set of sieves(hand operated) and vicat needle apparatus
  • Deflection of a truss
  • Curved members
  • Compression testing machine(mechanically operated)
  • California bearing ratio (C.B.R)testing machine
  • Bridge
  • Bitumin extractor and impact testing machine
  • Behaviour of columns and struts

LABS

1. Engg. Mechanics & Experimental Tech. Lab. 9. Concrete Lab
2. Civil Engg. Material & Geology Lab. 10. Hydraulic Lab.
3. Computer Programming Lab. 11. Surveying Lab.
4. Building Planning & Design 12. Surveying Lab. II
5. Geotechnical Engg. Design & Lab.-I 13. Structural Engg. Lab
6. Water Resources Engg. Design-I 14. Material Testing Lab.
7. Environmental Engg. Design & Lab. II 15. Fluid Mechanics Lab.
8. Computer Aided Building Design Lab

  • Surveying Lab 1st (Click Here)
  • Concrete Technology (Click Here)
  • M.Tech Construction (Regular)

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    M.Tech. Structural Engineering (Regular)

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    M.Tech. Environmental Civil Engg. (Regular)

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    M.Tech. Civil Engineering (Part Time)

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    B.Tech+M.Tech Civil Engineering (Integrated)

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    B.Tech Civil Engineering 1st year (Regular)

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    B.Tech Civil Engineering (Regular)

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    Diploma Civil Engineering (Regular)

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