B.Tech – Civil Engineering

About the Course

Civil engineering is the conventional branch of study in the engineering field. The course includes the study of planning, designing and implementation of structural activities. The working area of this field includes the jobs that start from the planning, analyzing, designing, supervision and construction of various public works such as bridges, dams, water sewages, etc.

A civil engineer’s job is to involve in the constructional activities of different works. They make plans, designs of various infrastructures and supervise its constructional works. They need excellent skills in both supervision and administration. The planning is the beginning of their work. This stage involves site analysis, feasibility studies and finding solutions to the various complications involved and the designing of the structures.

Duration

4 Years

Eligibility

10+2(Non-Mediacl)

Scope for higher studies after B.Tech in Civil Engineering

If the graduates are opting for higher studies after B.Tech in civil engineering, then many options are there for them to choose. They can pursue this course in master’s level as well as at the doctoral level. Many universities in the country offer M.Tech in Civil engineering. Different specializations are available in this branch from which students can choose their area of interest.

The various specializations in M.Tech Civil Engineering are

  • M.Tech. in Civil Engineering – Building Technology and Construction Management
  • M.Tech. in Civil Engineering – Environmental Engineering
  • M.Tech. in Civil Engineering – Geotechnical Engineering
  • M.Tech. in Civil Engineering – Hydraulic and Water Resources Engineering
  • M.Tech. in Civil Engineering – Structural Engineering
  • M.Tech. in Civil Engineering – Transportation Engineering

Career scope after B.Tech in Civil Engineering

Career opportunities for the B.Tech graduates in this particular branch of study at present are huge. Many job opportunities are there in the public as well as in the private sectors. The infrastructure and real estate industries are booming and requirements for the civil graduates are increasing gradually. They have opportunities in abroad also. Many international infrastructure companies are recruiting them for various constructional works.

These professionals have also an option in the teaching field. They can easily get into in the government and private colleges as lecturers or professors or assistant professors. For the teaching field sometimes a post graduation in Civil engineering is required. These professionals can work in many research & development projects also.

After B.Tech these professionals can find employment in various consultancy firms, road projects, infrastructure works, housing societies, etc carried out by central government, state government, private companies and railway departments. However their demand will increase if they are experienced professionals. The remuneration for them will be high compared to others.