B.Tech Civil Engineering introduces you to a curriculum that specializes in planning, design, and construction of roads and buildings.
B.Tech Civil Engineering is considered one of the traditional engineering branches, yet many colleges are trying to improve the B.Tech civil engineering syllabus and overall curriculum.
Engineering Graphics and Design, Computer-Aided Analysis, and Design are some of the emerging technologies that are now included in the syllabus.
B.Tech civil engineering is one of the popular branches that students specialize in after clearing JEE Mains and JEE Advanced exams as the demand for skilled civil engineers is high due to the ever-increasing population that leaves room for more buildings and commercial spaces.
10+2 with minimum 45% Marks (40% in reserved category) Physics, Mathematics and Chemistry/Computer Science/ Information Science passed through CBSE/ICSE/Uttarakhand Board or equivalent any other Recognized board
B. Tech (Lateral Entry)
Diploma in Engineering from a recognized board/University
|To equip the students with lifelong skills so that they can work and contribute to the infrastructural development projects of the public and private sectors
|To provide research-oriented education with knowledge of state-of-art analytical and experimental tools to enable students to pursue higher studies in institutions of repute in India and abroad
|To provide skill enriched education and training through internships to enable students to launch start-ups in their field of study
|To inculcate culture of professionalism, ethical conduct, team work with good communication skills to enable the students to be successful in their career.
|The students will acquire comprehensive understanding of concepts, operation and performance of all major aspects of civil engineering such as structural, geotechnical, transportation, water resource and environmental engineering
|The student will have knowledge of finance and management to prepare cost estimates and execute construction works
|The students will have knowledge of analytical tools for developing modelling and simulation of given problems
|The student will have rigorous training on experimental/field work
|The students will have acquired ability to understand the scope of research work in major streams.