B.Tech - Civil Engineering

Civil Engineering is the second oldest branch of engineering and still coming up with flying colors.


B.Tech - Civil Engineering


With the ever-increasing development in infrastructure, Civil Engineering has become an acid in field of engineering. Civil engineering is a professional engineering that embrace design, construction and maintenance of naturally built environment including roads, bridges, canals, dams and buildings. Civil engineering is the application of physical and scientific principles for solving the problems of society, and its history is intricately linked to advances in understanding of physics and mathematics throughout history. Civil engineers have been serving the construction industry and rural community through dissemination of knowledge and technical services since ancient times. Civil Engineering is the second oldest branch of engineering and still coming up with flying colors. It is a diverse branch which further splits into a number of sub-disciplines such as hydraulics, management and construction, structures, geotechnical engineering, environmental engineering and many more.

In modern era, scope of Civil Engineering has further widened with advancement in technology and research oriented studies. Civil engineers render technical advice on live engineering problems to various Government and Private Sector companies throughout country. Civil Engineers have multiple career opportunities in abroad also where they deal with research responsive to global challenges. Civil engineers have excelled in Industrial research and consultancy with appropriate national and international linkages and met the highest standards. Further the civil engineers can pursue their academics and aim for research oriented doctoral and post doctoral degrees. The buildings like Burj Khalifa standing 828 meters high are magnificent illustrations of the extremes of civil engineering. Civil Engineering has been an ever trending field of engineering that has been serving and will serve the nation and world forever.