A candidate is eligible for ME Civil-Structural engineering course if he /she has completed a graduate degree of BE/BTech in Civil engineering.
The candidate is admitted to the ME Civil-Structural engineering course based on GATE exam score/ merit ranking of graduate course or Institute level entrance exam.
You may have come across infrastructures, which is picking globally and there are many upcoming job opportunities in this field. This Master’s course is a post graduate course with advanced concepts which are studied in the graduate course. The ME Civil-Structural engineering course is concerned with study of various fields like buildings, industrial structures, roads, railways, bridges, tunnels, dams, canals, airfields, docks, ports, harbours etc. After completing the course the candidate can take up leading positions in structural field in the government, public and private sector.
This PG course builds on the fundamentals of the UG civil engineering with specific focus on various topics pertaining to Structural Engineering like Studies of designing of concrete and industrial steel structures, bridges, earthquake resistant structures, composite construction and their stability and reliability. The second year includes projects and or internship depending on the university and corresponding curriculum.
The PG graduate in structural engineering can find ample job opportunities in both government and private sector or can set up own business or provide consultancy. The job profile includes activities like planning, designing, construction and maintenance of structures, or management of resources, administration, finance, construction of structures. For jobs in government sector the candidate can give competitive exams like UPSC and MPSC. And get employment in any of the public sector undertakings like CPWD, PWD, National Highway Authority, Indian Railways, Airport Authority, Indian Aviation Authority, Port Authorities etc. The job opportunities in the private sector include in companies like DLF, L&T-ECC, TCS, Punj Lloyd etc. The engineer could register as a contractor and set up own construction business or work as a consultant.
In case you are interested in higher studies or research, then you can opt for a PhD course.
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