“Nothing can be of great worth or holy which is the work of builders and mechanics.” ~Zeno, Stoic Philosopher Civil engineers design & supervise infrastructure like roads, highways, buildings, airports, tunnels, dams, bridges, pipelines & sewage systems. Several factors that civil engineers must consider in their designs include costs, maintenance, durability (in harsh climate). They use computer technologies and advanced materials to design structures that meet the future needs of a growing population. Therefore, their work is carried out according to proper specifications and safety standards.
|Diploma (Civil Engineering)|
|Eligibility||High School/Intermediate/ITI, Some colleges have a criteria of specific minimum marks|
|Entrance Exam||Polytechnic Diploma Entrance Exam (e.g. Delhi CET, TS POLYCET), Diploma Entrance Test (DET)|
|Average Course Fee||₹60,000 to ₹2,50,000|
|Goal||Junior Civil Engineer, Civil Supervisor, Lateral Entry in B.Tech|
Roma Agarwal is a chartered structural engineer based in London. She has worked on several major engineering projects, including the Shard. Agrawal is also an active diversity campaigner, championing women in engineering. She joined WSP on a graduate program, becoming a chartered engineer with the Institution of Structural Engineers in 2011. She spent six years working on the tallest building in Western Europe, the Shard, designing the foundations and the iconic spire