How do I become a civil Engineer

 


How do I become a Civil Engineer

1.    Eligibility Criteria

·       10+2 with physics, chemistry & Mathematics is mandatory to get admission for Civil Engineering.

·       After completing 10+2 one has passed the entrance exam for the admissions of Civil Engineering. Some of the exams are IIT, JEE, AIEEE, BITSAT, etc.

2.    Degree

After clearing the entrance exam you can apply to different colleges for admission. Universities & colleges give admissions on the basis of the ranks in the entrance exam. After clearing the entrance exam you will admission for B.Tech. B.Tech is a 4 years program that includes the study of material science, structural designs of buildings, bridges, roads, dams, etc, construction materials & management. After the completion of under graduation, one can study M.Tech. To get admissions for M.Tech one has the clear GATE.

For the post of Junior Engineer, one can also go with a diploma course.

3.    Job Opportunities

There is a huge scope for civil engineers. There are many opportunities for civil engineers in the government departments like Public health, irrigation & more

Civil Engineers also get job opportunities in road construction projects, building construction projects, consultancy firms, quality testing laboratories, housing societies & more.

The scope of civil engineers is worldwide, civil Engineers migrate from India to other countries for better job opportunities. There is a high demand for civil engineers in developed countries.

4.    Responsibilities of Civil Engineers

Civil engineers improve & protect the environment in which we live. Civil engineers are responsible to plan, designing & overseeing the construction& maintenance of building structures.

Civil engineers plan the structures of roads, dams, railways, airports, bridges, irrigation projects & more.

 

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