B.Tech in Civil EngineeringYagyavalkya Institute of Technology
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Through civil Engineering is one of the conventional branches in engineering it has still retained its position in the creative and modern world of today. This is due to all-round development in housing, urban development, transportation (roads, railways, airports, Docks, Harbours, bridges), water resources, water supply and treatment, sewage treatment. Along with these core sectors of civil engineering and allied sectors like thermal and Hydropower (generation, transmission, distribution), off-shore projects, mining projects, telecom sector, space program, nuclear power plants are also growing. All these field invariably need services of civil engineers.
The contribution of civil engineers to society is undoubted and well established. The houses that we live in the water that we drink, the water that we use for our agriculture (through dams & canals), the roads, railways & bridges, recreation and tourists places are due to dedicated & sincere efforts of civil engineers. The versatile branch of civil engineering is often referred to as evergreen branch as all new graduates do find some kind of job or more often entrepreneurs. The branch offers a wide range of career option viz. .
1. The students can get coveted central government jobs in the department of Railways, CPWD, Military Engineering Services (MES), BRDO (Border Roads Development Organization), Posts & Telegraph etc. These are all class I positions and the selection is through UPSC engineering services Exam.
2. Similarly the prestigious jobs in state government departments are in PWD, irrigation and water supply departments. These posts are filled at class-I and class-II levels through RPSC services exam. All other state & central departments like Rajasthan State Road Transport Corporations, Town Planning, Zila Parishads, Municipal Corporation, Improvement Trusts (Like NIT) and Public sector undertakings like BHEL, NTPC, ONGC, IOCL, BPCL, Electricity boards (Like RSE B) need services of Civil Engineers.
3. Self-entrepreneurship for a civil engineer is easier compared to other branches. A graduate Civil Engineer can start his own business as a consultant, design engineer, contractor etc.
Lots of development is taking place in software related to civil engineering projects, design etc. The students interested in software can also find placement in this line.
YIT has got following well-developed Civil Engineering labs :
1. Engineering Mechanics lab
2. Material Testing lab
3. Concrete Technology lab
4. Fluid Mechanics lab
5. Soil Mechanics lab
6. Engineering Geology lab
7. Theory of structure lab
8. Irrigation Engineering lab