DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL ENGINEERING
Today's civil engineer should possess in depth Civil Engineering skills for analysis, design, construction and maintenance of various structures, computer, managerial and communications skills for better management of various structures. He should be also trained to understand and solve real world problems in Civil Engineering.
There are many career paths for civil engineers. Civil engineers can work Government departments (ranging from municipality,, corporation, state and central governments and defense). Public sector undertakings like SAIL, GAIL, NTPC, BHEL etc. and various private sector organizations (contracting and consulting firms). Initially, the nature of job may be construction supervision, design, marketing or production. As they gain more experience, they manage projects.
Today, the world is undergoing vast changes-the technological revolution, population growth, environmental concerns, and more. All create unique challenges for civil engineers. The next decades will be the most creative, demanding, and rewarding times for civil engineers and now it the best time out if Civil Engineering.
To produce professionals with intellectual experience through state of art techniques in the field of Civil engineering to meet national and global needs and serve them ethically in the society.
M1: To inculcate knowledge through effective teaching-learning process, laboratory experiments, field training, consultancy and research activities.
M2: To promote innovative good technocrats with creative thinking of young engineers and to become a talented scientists and Entrepreneurs.
M3: To develop professional in engineering field with strong ethical values, leadership abilities, entrepreneurship skills and commitment to lifelong learning.