Diploma in Civil Engineering is a 3-year long duration course in engineering; Diploma in Civil Engineering is related to the design, construction, and maintenance of the physically and naturally built environment such as the roads, bridges, canals, dams, and buildings. The major sub-disciplines of the course include the basics of the drafting (both manual and computer-aided), planning, surveying, construction technology, estimation and costing, highways, bridges, railways, airports, tunnels, and port engineering.
Candidates enrolled for the course are offered substantial exposure to reinforced concrete structures, quality control, materials testing, construction management, and entrepreneurship, professional practice and office processes, comprehensive surveying, building drawing, irrigation and bridge drawing, structural engineering drawing. Candidates also get exposure to
Software applications such as AUTOCAD & STAAD. Civil engineers professionally designs and constructs industrial plant buildings, transmission towers/lines, waterworks, river navigation, airport runways, skyscrapers, power plants, irrigation canals, traffic control infrastructure, dams, shipping canals, bridges, and railroads. Are responsible for it. , Sewer and highway.
Civil engineering is an art and is a system of guiding nature and man"s convenience for the use of nature. It is an art to create a developed world around us.
Eligibility criteria for the Diploma in Civil Engineering students are given below:-
Diploma in Civil Engineering fees structure is given below of session 2020-21
|1||Admission & Uniform Fees||INR 19,500/-||-||-||-||-||-|
|2||Tuition Fees||INR 17,500/-||INR 17,500/-||INR 17,500/-||INR 17,500/-||INR 17,500/-||INR 17,500/-|
|Payable Amount||INR 37,000/-||INR 17,500/-||INR 17,500/-||INR 17,500/-||INR 17,500/-||INR 17,500/-|
These are the career opportunities after the Diploma in Civil Engineering is given below to the content:-
A career after civil engineering is very beneficial. There are jobs that involve the supervision, construction, design, and analysis of private as well as public projects, such as dams, highways, canals, water sewage, and bridges. The profession demands excellent skills for both the administration and supervision of projects.