B.Tech is an abbreviation of Bachelor of Technology and it is an undergraduate course. The field of Water Resource Engineering is directly related to Agriculture Engineering and management. Through this course, candidates learn about planning, designing, developing and managing different water resources. These candidates also learn about physical and non-physical infrastructure required to fulfill the water needs of environment and society. Study about water intakes for clean and safe drinking water access, different types of water treatment plants; etc is also included in the course.
A candidate who has passed his or her 12th examination with minimum 60% aggregate are eligible for this course. He or she must have studies Science and Mathematics during 12th.
Some institutes have age restriction and candidates are advised to check the same before submitting their application form.
The duration is 4 complete years. These 4 years are equivalent to 8 semesters; each is having 6 months duration.
Most of the reputed institutes conducts entrance examination for this course. Many institutes offer admission depending upon their scores in national level entrance examinations. Candidates need to apply for these national level examinations and perform well in that. After result announcement, they can approach the institute depending upon their scores for admission.
Further study options
After completing B.Tech if a candidates want to study further, M.Tech is an option. He or she can enroll for M.Tech with same specialization and after that PhD can also be pursued.
Candidates study about Water Resource Engineering, Management of Hydraulic System, Water Control and Measurement, etc as their initial part of course. Topics like Water resource System Planning and Management, Sustainable Development Approach, Surface Irrigation Systems, Drainage Systems and Sprinkle- Trickle Irrigation System are important part of the course which directly supports the agriculture system. The last part of course, which is the last semester, is a project where candidates are supposed to complete a short term project in any of the related companies or firms. They also need to submit the complete thesis at the end.
These candidates can work in Public Works Department (PWD), Hydrology or Hydraulics firms, Public Health Engineering Departments and other related organizations. They can also work in colleges and universities for teaching purposes.
They can become Hydrologist, Environmental Specialist and representative, Field Technician, sustainability and energy analyst and many more.
B.Tech Water Resource Engineering Admissions for 2018 - 2019 Academic Year
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