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B.E Engineering Geology Admissions 2017 - 2018 Academic Year

Bachelor of Engineering in Engineering Geology


Are you interested in studying about earth, soil, and rocks? Does geology interests you? Do you like to work on projects on mine fields and construction sites? Learn more about the course details, eligibility criteria and the job prospects. Know more about the colleges and universities that offers this course in India.

Course Name: B.E Engineering Geology
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Stream: Engineering
Course Category: Industrial
Duration: 4 years

Course Description


The undergraduate course is of four years duration and is multidisciplinary which combines the fields of geology, engineering and public health. Engineering geology involves in studying about all aspects of soil, rocks, groundwater and other natural systems, Geologists study about drawings of all collected information, help in developing mapping works, accurate geological logs etc. The course aims at providing strong theoretical and practical knowledge on principles and technical processes involved in geological studies.The course trains the students in investigation of stability of rocks and in understanding of environmental threats. Program focuses on study of water sources, soil stability and natural processes that could have an effect on the environment.

Eligibility Criteria


The student should have passed PUC/ (10+2) or its equivalent (Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics) from a recognized university. They should have interest in working in construction sites, mining fields etc. Admissions is through Entrance Examination and counselling



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Additional Description of B.E Engineering Geology


The course provides in-depth knowledge on risk factors involved on constructions on bed rocks that supports buildings. The study relates to geological factors which has impact on civil engineering design, location, construction operation, maintenance of engineering works, value engineering and project works of public/private construction stages. The main aim of the engineering geologists is protection of property and life caused due to natural calamities. Geological investigations are performed on areas of residential commercial and industrial developments, military installations, public works such as sewage treatment, water treatment, power generation, airport, dam reservoir, quarry works, restoration programs, tunneling, sea pipeline and other facilities. Geologists duties includes collecting data, preparing reports, supervise the construction sites, visit projects works advise on constructions materials, site selection etc. They should also provide aerial photographs, geological maps, attend professional conferences. The program enables them to equip with skills required for application of geology in engineering. Students are trained to provide effective advice on safe and environment friendly atmosphere. Study subjects covers materials and mechanics, rock mechanics, applied designs and field methodologies. The course build professional skills in analytical abilities and problems solving skills.

Job opportunities


Geologists find jobs in public/private sectors, construction projects, consultancy agencies, educational institutions, research areas mining sectors etc. Students can also opt for higher education M.E / M.Tech / M.S. The job profiles are as geo technician, geologist, engineering geologist, senior geologist, consultant, researcher, scientist, professor, principal engineering geologist, engineer project manage, environmental engineer, staff geo technical engineer

B.E Engineering Geology Admissions for 2017 - 2018 Academic Year

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