Bachelor of Civil Engineering (B.E. Civil)

Bachelor of Civil Engineering (B.E. Civil), is a four year technical academic programme awarding a degree of B.E. Civil. Duration of B.E. Civil Engineering Programme is four years (divided into 8 semesters). The objective of the course is to produce high quality civil engineers and researchers.

Eligibility

Students who have passed 10+2 in science, Intermediate of Engineering or equivalent examination with at least second division marks in aggregate.

Objectives

The prominent objectives of B.E. Civil are:

  • To provide students the fundamental knowledge and skill developing them as high quality leading civil engineers and advanced researchers standing among the 21st century’s info based society.
  • To produce high class manpower in favour of the country and its development fully skilled and trained to  gather and synthesize information and data as needed to accomplish tasks.
  • To be good engineering citizens who are ethical and aware of the social, economic and environmental impact of engineering solutions.
  • To engage in life-long learning through independent study and participating in professional conferences,  workshops, seminars or continuing education.

 Further Studies

B.E. graduates in civil can proceed to pursue master level studies in Civil Engineering. They are eligible to study in any faculty related to science and Technology.

Career Opportunities

Civil engineers are qualified to carry out the analysis of problems and solutions, planning, co-ordination, calculation, direction and other activities concerning dams, irrigation systems, drainages, and water supplies. They also work in connection to means of transport-harbours, airports, railways and roads. Civil engineers also work on urban, rural, industrial and environmental drainage and topographic and geodestic astronomic tasks. They are qualified to carry
out interdisciplinary jobs in the evaluation not only of aspects concerning design and calculation but also of
general features such as economic and social aspects.

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