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B.Tech Civil

B. Tech (Civil Engineering)

Course Type : Under Graduate
Course Duration : 4 Years
Eligibility : Passed 10+2 or its equivalent with PCM
Admission Procedure : Admission based on JEE 2013 counselling
No of  Seats   60;LEET(12)

About the Department

Civil engineering has played a critical role in increasing the health and quality of life in the last 50 years,From developing better water supplies, municipal sewer systems, wastewater treatment plants to the design of buildings to protect us from natural hazards and provide health care, to improved agriculture through water resource development and distribution projects to rapid and dramatic changes in transportation systems, civil engineers have developed the basic infrastructure on which modern societydepends. Civil engineers were the first engineers and continue to be dedicated to technological development for the common good and the general public.

Keeping in view the pace of development  SUS group of institutes have taken the initiative of training civil engineers who will be pioneers in each subject of civil engineering. Prof Sundar Singh ,having a vast teaching and research experience of over 46 years is at the helm of affairs. His dedication will go a long way in group's pursuits.

Career Oppurtunities

There is huge demand for civil engineers in India and it is also expected to get a boost as the country gets ready to upgrade its infrastructure with growing economic and political clout in the world. The career opens a lot of opportunities in numerous government departments. Civil engineers are employed in all major construction projects carried out by central and state government agencies.
There are equally good opportunities in the private sector for civil engineers. A major opening for qualified civil engineers is also in armed forces where they can make vital contribution to the protection of the country. Last but not the least you can set up your own engineering consultancy.