B. Tech. in Civil Engineering


Preparing innovative minds of the future

The Civil engineering group builds on the two year foundation by providing a menu of courses in Structures, Materials, Soil mechanics and Project Management. The core also covers relevant tools and software used in Civil engineering analysis and design. Special emphasis is placed on exposure to traditional, localized and global building materials. Basic exposure to geotechnical engineering, waste management and Hydrology is provided. The group has designed its electives in such a way as to allow you to either gain in depth knowledge in a particular area such as Bridges, Roads, high rise buildings, urbanization, water management, waste recycling landfills and sewage designs, New building materials, high speed construction techniques, disaster management, etc. or take a mix and have general idea on many of them. For the Applied pillar of the Glocal Philosophy the group has an extensive lab program which is a must for you to do including set ups and experimental analysis, soil engineering, making projects in groups and executing the same including structural design, choosing materials and testing the structure. The outcome: A student who is granted a major by this group will be a civil engineer who is either having in depth knowledge in an area or a well-balanced basic knowledge of at least three areas. The student would be aware of and would have used modern instrumentation and tools and have actually done field work and thus be ready to work on projects.

Course Objective

  • To provide the students with a solid foundation in Computer Science
  • To develop the students ability to analyse problems and provide competent solutions
  • To encourage the students to think of creative and innovative solutions to the daily challenges of the job
  • To expose the students to the emerging technologies and latest trends in the industry
  • To help the students understand the code of conduct and ethics of their chosen field

Admission Criteria

Examination Pathway admissions through GAT :

  • Minimum 50% marks at Higher & Senior Secondary level (10th & 12th)
  • Minimum 50% aggregate in Physics, Chemistry & Mathematics at Senior Secondary level (12th)