Civil Engineering is a multidisciplinary field encompassing the planning, design, construction, and maintenance of various infrastructures. It involves specialized areas like structural engineering, which focuses on buildings and bridges; geotechnical engineering, dealing with soil and rock mechanics; transportation engineering, covering roads and transit systems; environmental engineering, addressing water and air quality; water resources engineering, managing water-related projects; construction management, overseeing project execution; urban planning, designing sustainable communities; and materials engineering, selecting materials for construction. Civil engineers collaborate with diverse professionals to ensure the creation of safe, resilient, and efficient structures that meet societal needs. Their work spans a wide range of projects, from constructing buildings and highways to managing water resources and enhancing overall urban development.
  • Duration: 4 Years
  • Total Seats: 30
  • Fee: 42,250/-per sem
  • Eligibility: 10+2 with Physics and Mathematics as compulsory subject along with one of the Chemistry/Biotechnology/Biology/Technical Vocational subject
  • B.Tech. – Lateral Entry:
  • Passed Diploma in any stream of engineering/technology with at least 45% marks (40% in case of reserved category).
  • The Institute features a perfect blend of four basic ingredients of contemporary education system viz.
  • Infrastructure, Faculty, Management & Academic rigour.
  • Uncompromising Discipline, Punctuality and Regularity.
  • Tireless efforts towards Holistic and Integrated development.
  • Innovative Pedagogy that aims at developing drive to Create, Lead and Excel.
  • The Pedagogy is designed to be fully participative.
  • Rigorous academic delivery, practical orientation, constant industry interaction, seminars & workshops give students a pragmatic edge.
  • The teaching learning process is framed with a Global Perspective and is facilitated by the knowledgeable, experienced & highly qualified faculty.
  • Teaching methodology is ‘learning centric’ instead of ‘teaching centric’.

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