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Civil and structural engineering deals with designing buildings and other non-building structures. It involves building dams, canals, bridges, high-rises, pipelines and non-building structures like machineries, vehicles, ships, aircrafts, medical equipment and so on. A structural engineer ensures the structural integrity of building components such as columns, beams, floors and also the complete building. It’s the responsibility of structural engineers to ensure that built structures are completely safe, reliable, aesthetically pleasing and economical.
You begin the course with a fundamental knowledge about civil engineering. From learning properties of a wide range of materials to learning skills in structural design and analysis, you learn about modelling techniques and dabble with engineering mathematics. There are optional topics on transport, water and public health engineering. Geotechnics, fluids, surveying and environmental impact are the other topics you get to master. Since most constructions today are designed by using the benefits of information technology, one gets to build up skills on computer aided design (CAD) and other programming technology.
Civil and structural engineers have numerous opportunities in diverse fields. Whether designing a tunnel, flyover, skyscraper, multi-deck car parking, an airport terminal or an oil platform, they get to work in a variety of areas. Civil engineering jobs are available in both the public domain as well as in the private sector. Professionals from this field are very much in demand by most construction companies in the Middle East and elsewhere. One can do a M.E or M.Tech in this field and later on Ph.D for a research based career.
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