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Civil Engineers Create the World around us



Why B.Tech in Civil Engineering?

Civil Engineering is a professional engineering disciple that deals with the design, construction, and maintenance of the physical and naturally built environment, including works like roads, bridges, canals, dams and buildings. By continuously developing and upgrading the services and facilities of the public, it not only gives the Engineer a sense of responsibility towards humanity, but also brings forth a sense of satisfaction that the work carried out by the Civil Engineer contributes significantly to the wellbeing of the society. Civil Engineers are an integral part of society, without them, we would have no roads, airports, buildings, dams, harbors etc. Civil Engineering offers a wide range of activities across a variety of disciplines. These disciplines are: Environmental Engineering, Geotechnical Engineering, Structural Engineering, Transport Engineering and Hydraulic Engineering. It is safe to say that a Civil Engineering degree gives you the best of both worlds due to its diversity (there’s a whole lot of things one can do in this field).



Career opportunities

Civil Engineering profession provides great opportunities in the field of Government, Public as well as Private sector.

Government Sector

1.Public Works Department (PWD)

2.Indian Railways

3.Rural Development Department etc.

4.NHAI

5.Military Engineering Services

6.Jal Nigam

Public Sector

1.DMRC

2.NTPC

3.IOCL

4.NHPC

5.GAILetc.

Private Sector

1.L&T

2.DLF

3.JP Infra

4.Gammon India ltd

5.HCC etc.

Advantage of doing B.Tech from ACEM

1.Well educated and experienced faculty.

2.Practical based learning.

3.Well equipped labs.

4.Value added courses like CAD and STAAD Pro.

5.Regular visits to site.

6.Industry readiness training.

7.Annual survey camp in remote areas.

8.Strong Mentorship.