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B.Tech Fire and Safety Engineering Admissions 2017 - 2018 Academic Year

Bachelor of Technology in Fire and Safety Engineering


Are you a 10+2 passed out student looking to do graduation in Bachelor of Technology course? Do you want to do B.Tech in Fire and Safety Engineering course? Then, here you can get all details regarding this course. Learn about the eligibility criteria, admission procedure and job prospects arising out of the course.

Course Name: B.Tech Fire and Safety Engineering
Group: B.Tech
Stream: Law & Justice
Course Category: Safety
Duration: 4 years

Eligibility Criteria

The minimum eligibility criteria required to pursue B.Tech in Fire and Safety Engineering course is a pass certificate in Higher Secondary School or 10+2 passed out student with PMCE (Physics, Maths, Chemistry and English) subjects of any recognized Board or Council.

Physical Parameters

To study B.Tech in Fire Engineering, candidates are required to fulfill following physical parameters
  • Height: Minimum 165 cm
  • Weight: 50 kgs
  • Vision: 6 / 6
  • Chest Measurement: 81 cm, with 5 cm expansion.

Documents required for admission in B.Tech Fire and Safety Engineering course

Following are the documents that needs to be submitted during admission to the course
  • Birth Certificate or any document showing date of birth.
  • 10th Mark sheet
  • 12th Mark sheet
  • Provisional / Final year passing certificate of qualifying exam.

Minimum marks required for passing

Unless he / she obtains 40% in the aggregate of term end examination and internal assessment for all the subjects put together, no candidate shall be declared to have passed in the course.



Colleges offering B.Tech Fire and Safety Engineering course in India

College NameUniversityState
Cochin University of Science and TechnologyCochin University of Science & TechnologyKerala
NIFS India CollegeAndhra Pradesh
School of EngineeringCochin University of Science & TechnologyKerala
University of Petroleum & Energy StudiesUniversity of Petroleum and Energy Studies

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Skills required to be a successful fire and safety engineer

Fire engineer’s work is quite dangerous and therefore, the skills that a good fire and safety engineer should possess are as follows:

Evaluating situation quickly
Making quick decision
Quick problem solving
Presence of mind
Physical agility
Patience and calmness of mind
Scientific thinking
Self discipline
Sense of responsibility
Leadership qualities

Options and Opportunities

Fire engineering provides many opportunities for those who are interested in learning something new. Though, it is one of the dangerous field, but it allows to protect others from any danger. Fire and safety engineer can go in any sector be it private or government according to their choices and interests. They can also get employed in other industries such as inflammable products or chemical industries, manufacturing firms like oil refineries, petroleum, fertilizers, textiles, etc. The scope of fire engineers is very vast in the field of chemical, manufacturing, handling bottling plants.

Career in fire and safety engineering

The study of fire engineering, including prevention and control is known as fire and safety engineer. The services of a fire engineer play a significant role in protecting and saving life and property. That is why, fire and safety engineering is considered as one of the hottest career options in academics.

B.Tech Fire and Safety Engineering Admissions for 2017 - 2018 Academic Year

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