Civil engineering is considered to be the most versatile and fundamental branch among all the engineering branches. Civil engineering is a professional engineering discipline that deals with the design, construction, and maintenance of the physical and naturally built environment, including works like roads, bridges, canals, dams, and buildings. It is a diverse branch with applications in geo-technical sciences, structural engineering, environmental engineering, hydraulics, transportation, hydrology etc. Civil Engineering is regarded as the single largest engineering branch. Civil Engineers are trained in the areas of Surveying, Structural Analysis and Design, Geotechnical Engineering, Transportation Engineering and Environmental Engineering. A Civil Engineering graduate can become a Consulting Civil Engineer, Project Engineer, Project Manager, Contract Engineer, Contract Manager, Planning Engineer, Site Engineer, Construction Manager, Quantity Surveyor, Cost Engineer, Quality Assurance/ Quality Control Engineer, Quality Assurance/ Quality Control Manager and many more. Opportunities for higher studies are also available in allied disciplines such as Coastal and Ocean Engineering, Hydraulics Engineering, Remote Sensing, Irrigation Engineering, Transportation Engineering, Structural Engineering and Geodetic Engineering.
|B-Tech CE||30||30||63||Y||A pass in Plus Two with Mathematics, physics and Chemistry as Subjects.
1). PCM- 50% (Maths-50%, Physics & Chemistry-50% for Merit Seats)
2). PCM- 45% (Maths-45%, Physics & Chemistry-45% for Management General Seats)
3). PCM- 40% (Maths-40%, Physics & Chemistry-40% for Management OBC Seats)
|NB:- For B-Tech, 03 seats for each branch in Fee Waiver Scheme.|