Civil Engineering (CE): Information, How to Become, Syllabus, Courses, Career, Salary

Civil Engineering Engineering

Introduction

Civil Engineering is professional engineering that deals with the design, construction, and maintenance of the physical and naturally built environment. The civil engineer is the person who designs the framework of government and non-governmental construction work sites.

This includes the construction of buildings, bridge construction, construction of colonies, roads, airports, railway stations, small big buildings, etc. Suppose you want to build your house, from the map of that house, the entire layout, elevation, etc. will make by a civil engineer. This branch of engineering is a very old branch because, in ancient times too many buildings, roads and dams were also built which are all comes under civil engineering. The biggest example of this is the Indus Valley Civilization, in which people built houses and heads similar to today’s time. For this, we can say that the history of civil engineering is very old. You must have heard about the pyramid of Egypt, which is considered to be the largest building in history.

This construction took place in (Circa 2700–2500 BC). Apart from this, the Qanat Water Management System is also a very good example of civil engineering. It is about 3000 years old and it is 71 kilometers long. Let us tell you who was the first civil engineer of India? India’s first civil engineer was Mokshagundam Visvesvaraya. And India’s first female civil engineer was Shakuntala A. Bhagat. Many more such items were made in history, which was related to civil engineering and in today’s time, it is very difficult to manufacture such things. So today this post is related to civil engineering. In this post, you will be given all the information related to civil engineering.

How to Become

If you want to become a Civil Engineer then you need some Certificate and there are many ways to become a Civil Engineer –

By the Diploma Courses
By the Professional Courses

Like that, if you want to be a Civil Engineer then you need a Diploma or Bachelor’s & Master’s Degree in Civil Engineering by any Recognized Institute or Colleges.

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Syllabus

  • Theory of structure
  • Construction engineering
  • Coastal engineering
  • Environmental engineering
  • Geotechnical engineering
  • Construction management
  • Environmental engineering
  • Design of structures
  • Design of hydraulics

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Courses

M.Tech in Civil Engineering

  • Building Technology and construction management
  • Structural engineering
  • Environmental engineering
  • Transportation engineering
  • Water resources engineering
  • Quality Control and Quality Assurance
  • Infrastructure finance, project finance, construction planning, and management

Career

In the Field of Civil Engineering, there are many career options for a Professional Civil Engineer. Here we are providing some career options for Civil Engineer.

This is some great career option where you get a direct Job by your Degree

Highway site engineer
Building site engineer
Railway site engineer
Planning engineer
Quality engineer
Water resource engineer
Land survey engineer
Architect
Structure designer
Structure engineer

Salary                       ₹164k – ₹ 791k
Bonus                       ₹5k – ₹102k
Profit-Sharing        ₹512-₹252k
Commission            ₹3k -₹487k
Total Pay                  ₹175k-₹895k

Popular employee salaries for civil engineer

Larsen & Tubro Limited                                           ₹550 k
Hindustan Construction company ltd                   ₹575 k
Infra Corporation                                                       ₹297 k
Lodha Group                                                               ₹575 k
Nagarjuna Construction Company Limited         ₹240 k
Shapoorjipallonji & Co. Limited                              ₹352 k

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