Department of Civil Engineering

  A Civil Engineer has to work in diverse fields viz. Irrigation, Dams, Canals, Hydropower, Roads, Railways, Buildings, Industrial Structures, Bridges, Docks, Harbors, Airfields, Tunnels, Environmental Engineering (including Water Supply and Wastewater Treatment Systems) etc. The job of a Civil Engineer extends over a wide spectrum of activities involving planning, designing, construction and maintenance of various Civil Engineering works. A Civil Engineer is also responsible for management of various resources, personnel, administration, finance and construction. Presently the infrastructure projects offer a wide scope for job as well as an entrepreneur.

  A Civil Engineer has access to the public sector for employment through competitive exams likes UPSC, MPSC. The public sector undertakings are the Indian Railways, The Indian Aviation Authority, The CPWD, Jawaharlal Nehru Port Trust, and Nuclear Power Corporation of India, National Highway Authority of India, Many State PWD’s, Corporation and any work.

  Civil Engineers can themselves become job providers by becoming entrepreneurs and starting their own construction companies. Civil Engineers can also register themselves as contractors with various public sector undertakings. Civil Engineers get employed with various consulting organization and themselves can further become consultant. Civil Engineers can be post-graduation and further Ph.D. and also become researchers as well as faculty members in Engineering Institute.
Prof. B. S. Dhande
Assistant Professor and Head of Department of Civil Engineering
MET’s Institute of Technology, Polytechnic