One of the oldest and broadest Engineering discipline.

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  • Design, build, supervise, operate, construct and maintain infrastructure projects and systems in the public and private sector, including roads, buildings, airports, tunnels, dams, bridges, and systems for water supply and sewage treatment.

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26 Lessons 00:00:00 Hours
  • 10+2 Science with Physics, Chemistry and Maths is mandatory for admission to a course in Civil Engineering.
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Civil Engineering is a division of Engineering which is concern with the building, designing, planning and maintenance of material and naturally build surroundings. It is one of the oldest engineering subject and the largest field of engineering. This field mainly comprises of Industrial Plant Buildings, Transmission Towers/Lines, Water Works, River Navigation, Airport Runways, Irrigation Canal, Power Plant, Dams, Bridges, Canal, Highways.


Civil Engineers are employed in all major construction project carried out by the government, particularly those involving the public works department, airports, ports, harbours, water and seaways boards, railways, military, engineering service, consultancy services etc.

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Civil Engineers are in great demand to uphold and repair current facilities and structures and to construct new buildings. There are lot of career opportunities in this field.


Civil Engineering is one of the highly rewarding field those employed in government departments get their initial income around Rs. 8000/- to Rs. 12000/- while superior can earn about Rs. 20000/-. Consultancy in this field is also highly remunerative depending upon nature and number of clients.

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