Civil engineering is one of the oldest and most popular branches of engineering in India as
well as abroad. Aspirants seek B.Tech in civil engineering as the course various opportunities
in the government sector as well. A civil engineer is required to design and plan the
development of infrastructural entities such as roads, buildings, dams, canals, etc.
B.Tech in Civil Engineering is a traditional field of engineering and deals with the study of
designing and structuring of buildings, bridges, roads, dams, etc. If pursued from a
recognised college, civil engineering can offer some of the most lucrative jobs in the
technology sector. Another advantage is that civil engineers can also apply for IT jobs after
learning how to operate certain civil engineering softwares.
The popular B.Tech civil engineering colleges/institutions offer admissions on the basis of
both merit and entrance exam scores. Various institutions accept the scores of national-level
and state-level entrance exams like JEE Main, UPSEE, WBJEE etc for the purpose of admission
into their B.Tech civil engineering programme whereas some institutes conduct their own
entrance exam for the same like BITSAT, SRMJEE etc. Some engineering institutions also
offer direct admission into their B.Tech civil engineering programme in their management
quota seats provided the students/applicants fulfil the minimum eligibility criteria laid down
10+2 qualified candidates in Science stream (Physics
Chemistry and Mathematics) from a
recognised Board are eligible
Building control surveyor.
Consulting civil engineer.
Contracting civil engineer.
Rural and Urban Transport engineer.