It is the broadest of the engineering fields. Civil engineering focuses on building the infrastructure which include National Highways, Railroads, Power Plants, Industrial Plant and Buildings, Transmission Towers, Bridges, Tunnels, Irrigation, Airport runways, Terminals Skyscrapers,Mass Transit, etc.
The department has full time, qualified faculties to enrich the student’s knowledge. It is fully equipped with latest instruments and machines to provide hands on experience to the students. Good placement opportunities are available for diploma holders in the field of Civil Engineering, both in Government and Private Sectors. They can be absorbed as site engineers involved in supervision, draftsman (with computer knowledge), surveyors, and personnel in-charge of quality control, estimation work and office procedures. They can establish their own consultancy in the civil engineering and construction fields. There is huge demand for civil engineers in India and it is also expected to get a boost as the country gets ready to upgrade its infrastructure with growing economy. After completion of course, students can seek employment in consultancy firms, quality testing labs, road projects, building work, etc. The career opens a lot of opportunities in numerous government departments. Civil engineers are employed in all major construction projects carried out by central and state government agencies.