Wednesday, 5 April 2017

Top 20 Civil Engineering Institute in India 2017 List

Civil Engineering is considered to be the second oldest branch in engineering after military engineering. As we know Civil engineering deals with the design, construction, and maintenance of the physical and naturally built environment, including works like roads, bridges, canals, dams, and buildings and the demand for civil engineering is increasing without any limit.

The first step in building a successful career starts with choosing the right engineering college. The following are considered to be top Civil Engineering Institute in India. The report has been by considering the various ranking and points published by various bodies.


Top 20 Civil engineering institute in India:

1. IIT, Bombay
3. IIT, Kanpur
4. IIT, Kharagpur
5. IIT, Madras
6. IIT, Roorkee
7. BITS Pilani
8. IIT BHU Varanasi
10. NIT Trichy
11. Delhi Technological University
12. NIT Warangal
13. NIT Surathkal
14. Birla Institute of Technology
15. Jadavpur University Faculty Council of Engineering & Technology
16. MNNIT Allahabad
17. PSG College of Technology Coimbatore
18. PEC University of Technology Chandigarh
19. IIEST Shibpur
20. MNIT Jaipur

And it is obvious that for such top institute getting admission is very difficult, as you will need to crack the national level entrance exam. To get admission in such colleges you will need to qualify JEE-Mains and crack JEE-Advance. At the same, it is believed that cracking Ivy League is even considered to be easier than cracking IIT-Advance. Well, it is good that if you get admission in these colleges if you do not, do not be saddened.

The main step in building a successful career comes right from your college, right from your first year. This four year of your B-Tech life is the most critical stage of your life, actually, it is the fruit of these four years work which you will eat rest of your life. One simple technique for studying is preparing self-notes, you should maintain a clear note for all the subjects separately like civilengineering notes, engineering mathematics notes, etc.


The importance of such notes is that it will be useful throughout your B-Tech, taking an example if have maintained a proper note of basic civil engineering notes, as this being the basic and fundamental of civil engineering this basic civil engineering notes will be useful to you in all your semester and after B-tech too.


About the Author:

Sagolsem Amos: (sagolsem.amos@gmail.com)
Sagolsem Amos is an expert in career guidance and has been working as Career Counselor at faadooengineers.com

Monday, 3 April 2017

Glimpse of Civil Engineering in India

Civil Engineering is considered to be one of the oldest branches in Engineering, in fact, civil engineering is the second-oldest engineering discipline after military engineering. Tracking back to history the origin of civil engineering may be considered to have started right from the age of Mesopotamian civilization or even earlier where the art of construction was started.

The perspective of civil engineering is never ending, the opportunity of civil engineers is increasing day by day. Looking at the present scenario of developing countries like India, the demand for civil engineers is on its peak actually beyond the expectation. Every city and town in India is in the stage of development, where construction of building, dams, flyover, mall etc has been increasing at a tremendous rate. At the same time, the government has also started many development programs or projects such as smart cities projects, different housing scheme, etc., for successful implementation of such programs we need a huge number of civil engineers. By civil engineers, we mean true professionals, who have experience in the field.


Truly Speaking, in India, the number of true professional civil engineers is very low. According to a research report in India, it was reported that India faces a shortage of over 70,000 civil engineers each year. Ever year India produces more than 10,000 civil engineers. And also looking at a report from Civil Engineering Notes it is said that almost 90 percent of engineering graduates in India are unemployed or unemployable.

The main reason why I am referring to these numbers and figures is that I would like to give awareness to all the Civil engineering students in India that a huge golden opportunity is waiting for them and to grab this opportunity they need to work hard a bit during their B-Tech life. Just four years of hard work in their B-Tech can make them rich.

Following are some tips for engineering students to succeed in their career, right from their first year they should preparing subject-wise taking simple example civil engineering notes, notes for formulae, notes for a list of instruments etc.


You will release the importance of such civil engineering notes when your semester exam comes and even after completing your B-Tech at the time of your professional live as Civil engineer.

About the Author:

Sagolsem Amos: (sagolsem.amos@gmail.com)

Sagolsem Amos is an expert in career guidance and has been working as Career Counselor at faadooengineers.com

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