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Civil Engineering Lectures & Courses

Civil Engineering is an oldest stream in engineering course. It is a professional discipline that deals with the construction and maintenance of both natural and artificial establishments. This is a professional stream with a lot of popularity. It has been broken into various other sub-streams providing specific knowledge about the topics. When it comes to a career after Civil engineering, there are so many opportunities out there that civil engineers can opt for.

This stream deals with Solid mechanics, Irrigation, Surveying, Fluid Mechanics, Construction and Planning.

Key Focus Area of The Course

 

Following mentioned areas are the ones that Civil Engineering mainly focuses on

  • ·         Analysis of the environment and designing the plans accordingly and constructing the buildings without harming the environment
  • ·         The behavior of rock and soil for the construction of a building.
  • ·         Different shapes of buildings and how to create them.
  • ·         Applying the technology and physics principles to construct roads and other transportation ways.

Eligibility Criteria

  • ·         Under Graduate (UG)- The candidate should pass with at least 50% marks in their class XII or the equivalent CGPA in a science major.
  • ·         Post Graduate (PG)- The candidate should have at least 60% of marks (first class) in their Under Graduation with Engineering major. If the grading system has CPI, then the candidate should have a minimum CPI of 6.5. 

Subjects in Civil Engineering

 

·         Semester 1

·         Semester 2

·         Semester 3

·         Semester 4

·         Semester 5

  • 1)    Structural Analysis 2
  • 2)    Geotechnical Engineering-1
  • 3)    Transportation Engineering-1
  • 4)    Environmental Engineering-1
  • 5)    Applied Hydraulics

·         Semester 6

  • 1)    Transportation Engineering-2
  • 2)    Environmental Engineering-2
  • 3)    Design and Drawing of Steel Structures
  • 4)    Water Resources Engineering-1
  • 5)    Geotechnical Engineering-1

·         Semester 7

  • 1)    Quantity Survey Estimation and Valuation
  • 2)    Water Resource Engineering-2
  • 3)    Theory of Reinforced Concrete Structure

·         Semester 8

  • 1)    Design and Drawing of Reinforced Concrete Structures
  • 2)    Construction Management

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