This subject belongs to the field of engineering. Civil Engineering comprises of planning, designing, and building dams, canals, roads, and bridges. This course holds topics like mathematics, structural engineering, and many more. The students interested to make a career in civil engineering must be from a science background and must have qualified any of the various engineering exams like JEE, BITSAT, etc. The future available courses are Structural Engineering, Geotechnical Engineering, Transportation Engineering, Environment land Water Resources Engineering, and Building Technology and Construction Management. Aspiring candidates can enroll in this course on both levels; graduate and postgraduate. Candidates are advised to prepare well from the previous year's question papers.
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To apply for the UG course, the candidate must have cleared 12th grade.
To apply for the PG course, the candidate must have cleared graduation.
There are different entrances available to appear for various courses such as JEE, BITSAT, GATE. There are both government and private exams for Civil Engineering course which hold their own criterion of exam study.
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Candidates must attempt questions carefully.
Candidates must revise their concepts thoroughly.
Take online mock tests to know your strengths and weaknesses.
Candidates must practice placement papers and mock tests to prepare well.
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