"We aim to build a solid foundation for nation to have bright & stable future"

Civil engineering is one of the oldest branches of engineering which is required to fulfil the necessity of mankind for shelter. Some civil engineering marvels are still present as landmark of history in front of us. It was the only engineering branch which developed even before man knew about science. Since stone age and civil engineering played most important role in human evolution. In this competitive world it is essential to know what this career entails before enrolling for the study program. Civil engineers are responsible for development, planning, design, construction, maintenance, and/or operation of every construction as well as all the basic utilities are responsibility of civil engineers. In short civil engineer provides foundation to other branches of  engineering to do their work. There are various career opportunities in the public and private sector, from local authorities to government departments and from consulting firms to construction firms. In past few years Indian civil engineers are getting a lot of career opportunities in gulf countries and as well as large amount of government jobs opening have been seen in last decade due to rapid increase in infrastructure in India.   

Learning Perspective of Civil Engineering: During the four years of engineering, civil engineering students deal with fundamental subjects such as design, development, planning, maintenance and construction of every permanent structure such as irrigation systems ,bridges ,dams, harbors, canals, railways, airports, road & streets, water distribution system, sewage system and all the buildings, whether used as commercially or residentially in an economic and environment friendly manner. During engineering, university provides hands-on practice in various modern cutting edge laboratories. Students will enhance not only in hardware skills, also improvement in software sections (AUTO CADD, MS project etc.) through seminars and project in the last semester.

Laboratories

  • Civil Engineering Material lab
  • Road Material Testing lab
  • Geotechnical Engineering lab
  • Structures lab
  • Material testing lab
  • Fluid mechanics lab
  • Computer laboratories with AUTO CADD software

Duration: 2 Years

Eligibility:

B.Tech(CE/Relevant Stream) - Min.55%

Selection Procedure:

ET + P.I

Syllabus

Programme Outcome
  • I Semester

    Infrastructure Planning
    Project Management & Infrastructure Contraction
    Infrastructure Projects â€" Contraction Methods and Equipment Management
    Elective - I
    Application of Engineering Hydrology in Infrastructure
    Note: - The student has to select any one of the Electives from list of Electives â€" I
    Student has to score 40% marks in each theory paper in final exam and 50% in sessional marks.
    LIST OF ELECTIVES: (Through Dissertation)
    Elective - I
    1. Numerical Methods
    2. Optimization Methods
    3. Disaster Management
  • II Semester

    Financing Infrastructure Projects
    Advanced concrete Technology
    Projects Management Laboratory
    Elective-II
    Urban Transportation Systems Planning
    Note: - The student has to select any one of the Electives from list of Electives â€" II
    Student has to score 40% marks in each theory paper in final exam and 50% in sessional marks.
    LIST OF ELECTIVES: (Through Dissertation)
    Elective-II
    1. Project Procurement Systems
    2. Quality and safety Management in Construction
    3. Spatial data collection and Analysis
    4. Environmental Impact Assessment
    5. Water Distribution and Wastewater collection system design
    6. Solid and Hazardous Waste Management
    7. Environmental Management
    8. Transportation System management
    9. Public Transportation Systems Planning
    10. Water Resources systems Analysis, Planning and Management
  • III Semester

    M.Tech. Project -I
    Seminar - I
    Advanced Structural Design
    Student has to score 40% marks in each theory paper in final exam and 50% in sessional marks
  • IV Semester

    M.Tech. Project -II
    Seminar - II
    Student has to score 40% marks in each theory paper in final exam and 50% in sessional marks
    Note:- 1. For passing in every subject student have to score at least 40% marks in theory and 50% marks in practical.
    2. Student has to attend 75% of the theory and practical class to appear for the Mid-Term and final semester examinations.
    Student has to select one of the elective subjects from the list of Elective-I and Elective-II
 

 

Career Prospects

 

  • Designing, Development, Testing and supervising of various construction projects.
  • Infrastructure developing Firms
  • Construction material industries
  • Government sectors such as PHED, PWD, WRD, RAILWAYS etc.
  • R & D in Service, Product as well as Manufacturing Firms of various construction material.
  • Project consultancy firms
  • Infrastructure designing industries.
  • Defense Services – Army, Air Force, Navy