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Aerospace Engineering

Aircraft Maintenance Engineering (AME)

B.E Manufacturing Processes and Automation Engineering

B.E Aeronautical Engineering

B.E Applied Marine Information Technology and Communitcation

Chemical Engineering

Electronics and Communication Engineering

Bio-Medical Engineering

Petroleum Engineering

Computer Science & Engineering

Marine Engineering

B.E.(Hons) Manufacturing

B.E.(Hons) Mechanical

B.Tech ( Aero Space Engineering)

Automobile Engineering

B.Tech Bio-technology

B.Tech Bioinformatics

B.Tech. Dairy Technology

Electrical & Electronics Engineering

B.Tech (Information Technology Engineering)

Mining Engineering

Civil Engineering

 

Civil Engineering

If you have decided to become a civil engineer then there are two options available. You can either go in for a diploma or degree in civil engineering. After a graduate degree, you can also pursue post graduation in the subject.

You can go for a three year Diploma course after Class 10. For applying to a graduate program in civil engineering, you will have to qualify an entrance test either on a national level or on the state level. Your performance in 10+2 examinations could also be taken into consideration. The duration of the graduate program is four years.

After successful completion of this degree course, you can go for a post-graduate course if you are interested in research or teaching. Those interested in higher studies and research can apply for a doctoral program.

For a qualified civil engineer, there is no dearth of jobs, in both government departments and private organisations.