B. Tech. In Civil Engineering (civil)

The Bachelor of Technology in Civil Engineering (B. Tech. CIVIL) is a foundational program that immerses students in the intricacies of designing, constructing, and maintaining essential infrastructure. It serves as the bedrock for shaping the physical environment, from towering structures to transportation systems and environmental sustainability.

This program covers a spectrum of core features, including structural engineering, geotechnical engineering, transportation engineering, environmental engineering, and construction management. Students in Civil Engineering acquire the knowledge and skills necessary to address the challenges of urbanization, environmental conservation, and the development of robust and sustainable infrastructure.

Core Features:

Structural Engineering: Design and analysis of structures.

Geotechnical Engineering: Study of soil mechanics and foundation engineering.

Transportation Engineering: Planning and design of transportation systems.

Environmental Engineering: Management of environmental resources and pollution control.

Construction Management: Project planning and management in construction.

Program Duration:

Minimum Duration: 4 Years

Maximum Duration: 6 Years

Eligibility & Admission:

Eligibility: 10+2 with Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics.

Programme Fee: Varies based on the university and program.


Research Areas:

Career Prospects::

Civil Engineer: Designing and supervising construction projects.

Structural Engineer: Focusing on the design and analysis of structures.

Transportation Engineer: Planning and managing transportation systems.

Environmental Engineer: Addressing environmental concerns and sustainability.

Construction Manager: Overseeing construction projects from inception to completion.