Civil Engineering is all about the planning, construction, and maintenance of human-made structures. These include buildings, roads, bridges, canals, and dams. Most civil engineering is funded by the government.

 Civil engineering is the professional practice of designing and developing infrastructure projects. This can be on a huge scale, such as the development of nationwide transport systems or water supply networks, or a smaller scale, such as the development of individual roads or buildings. All aspects of building a structure fall under the remit of a civil engineer. This can include planning, design, budgeting, surveying, construction management, and analysis, and often civil engineering careers encompass a combination of all these elements. The great thing about civil engineering in the real world is that it’s an industry that perpetually adapts to the demands and desires of society. In recent years civil engineering has adapted to consider many contemporary environmental concerns, helping to address issues of pollution and scarce water supplies, while considering the potential of sustainable energy within the industry.


The Civil Engineering discipline was established with the following objectives:

  1. To train engineers at Diploma levels, and equip them with the fundamental concepts and techniques of mathematics, science, and engineering.

  2. To foster a learning environment that produces high-quality Electrical engineers readily employable by the industry and research organizations.

  3. To produce engineers at Diploma levels who are  able to use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice.

Features of Civil Engg. Branch 


  1. Diverse Disciplines: Civil engineering encompasses various sub-disciplines including structural engineering, geotechnical engineering, transportation engineering, environmental engineering, water resources engineering, and construction management.

  2. Problem Solving: Civil engineers are tasked with solving complex problems related to infrastructure, such as designing efficient transportation systems, ensuring the structural integrity of buildings, managing water resources sustainably, and mitigating environmental impacts.

  3. Interdisciplinary Nature: Civil engineering often intersects with other fields such as architecture, urban planning, environmental science, and materials science, requiring collaboration and interdisciplinary approaches.

  4. Project Management: Civil engineers oversee projects from conception to completion, which involves planning, budgeting, scheduling, and coordinating resources effectively.

  5. Innovation and Technology: Advancements in technology, such as Building Information Modeling (BIM), Geographic Information Systems (GIS), and advanced materials, are increasingly shaping the practice of civil engineering, allowing for more efficient and sustainable designs.

Job Opportunities:

  1. Structural Engineer: Designing and analyzing structures such as buildings, bridges, dams, and tunnels to ensure safety and functionality.

  2. Transportation Engineer: Planning, designing, and managing transportation systems including roads, highways, railways, and airports to optimize traffic flow and safety.

  3. Geotechnical Engineer: Assessing the properties of soil and rock to design foundations for structures, slopes, retaining walls, and earthworks.

  4. Water Resources Engineer: Managing water supply, treatment, and distribution systems, as well as designing flood control measures, dams, and irrigation systems.

  5. Environmental Engineer: Addressing environmental issues related to infrastructure projects, such as pollution control, waste management, and sustainable development.

  6. Construction Manager: Overseeing construction projects, coordinating resources, managing budgets and schedules, and ensuring compliance with regulations and safety standards.

  7. Urban Planner: Collaborating with architects, policymakers, and community stakeholders to plan and design sustainable and livable urban environments.

  8. Research and Academia: Pursuing research opportunities in academia or industry to develop innovative solutions and advance the field of civil engineering.

  9. Consulting Engineer: Providing expertise and advice to public and private sector clients on various civil engineering projects, often through consulting firms.

  10. Government Positions: Working for government agencies at the local, state, or federal level, involved in infrastructure planning, regulation, and maintenance.


Course Intake :


    NAME OF Course 


Course  duration



  Civil Engineering   


3 Years

 10 Pss

Civil Engineering discipline is supported by a team of Three faculty members having excellent academic credentials as well as extensive teaching experience. 



Teaching Faculties In the Civil  Department :









Vinita Meena



Rahul Choudhary