There is really no discipline that is more tightly intertwined
Civil Engineering B.Tech course is designed to meet the needs of modern Civil Engineering fields like construction Technology, Geo-Technical Engineering, Irrigation Engineering, Transportation Engineering, Structural Engineering, Environmental Engineering. By the time student complete this course, they will be fully trained to analyze and design the complicated structures. There are a number of technical specialties within the realm of Civil Engineering, These include:
Structural Engineering - creating the structural element of design, whether for bridges, or skyscrapers. Probably, the oldest single specialty in civil engineering, going all the way back to Pharaoh's pyramids.
Geotechnical Engineering - concerned with the rock and soil which supports the structures that other civil engineers design.
Enviromental Engineering - designing system for the treatment of chemical, biological and thermal wastes.
Material Engineering - these are the experts on the various material which other civil engineering use for their projects.
Water Resource Engineering - concerned with the collection and management of water. Some of the earliest known civil engineering were the roman engineering who created the aqueducts.
Eartquake Engineering - a speciality dealing with creating buildings and other structures which can withstand the stresses of earthquakes without falling.
Coastal Engineering - managing the costal areas of our country, including marshlands. Coastal engineering create defence against flooding and erosion.
Engineering knowledge has increased through the years to where each of these specialities needs its own training. Although all of these are considered part of civil engineering, each of these specialities is its own vast area of knowledge, requiring dedicated, talented individuals who want to learn and grow.
Being a civil engineering is satisfying, yet challenging work. It requires mixing creativity and science; something that not everyone can do. Yet, for those who can, it provides incredible satisfaction, as they see the results of their labors.
To frame civil engineers to sustainably meet the current and future challenges in the field of civil engineering
- To uplift graduates to meet global level requirements.
- To deal with the contemporary issues and to serve to the societal needs
- To impart social commitment and leadership skills to utilize technical knowledge with professional ethics
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