Pratap Mishra

Civil engineering degree in distance education?

Sir I have passed diploma in civil engg.in1986,and complited B.Tech in Civil engineering from RVD rajasthan university through distance education. will it be helpful to me?

by Pratap Mishra
1 answer
| Share :

1 answer

RE: Civil engineering degree in distance education?

Rahul Shinde
Rahul Shinde
Verified Career Expert
Career Consultant at Pinnacle School of Business Management
  • Thane

Hi,




Greeting's for the day!!!




Since time immemorial, human beings have been engaged in building all kinds of edifices. From huts made of mud to Taj Mahal, we have definitely come a long way. As civilisation matured, it is simultaneously led to the development of bigger, better, and diverse structures. From cave dwellings, human beings had moved on to construct houses, palaces, canals, dams, highways and stadiums. These civilian structures played a significant role in the development of human race ad gave various dimensions to human life as various activities evolved: social, political, economic and recreational.




Amongst all branches of engineering, the range and application of civil engineering is the broadest and the most visible. In fact, the entire infrastructural framework of a modern nation is the creation of civil engineers. the credit of building mighty power plants, dams, airports, seaports, highways, inland waterways, and industrial plants goes to civil engineers.






Eligibility:


There are 2 options to become Civil Engineers. You can either go in for a Diploma or Degree in Civil Engineering. After a graduate degree, you can also pursue post graduation in the subject.




After successful completion of the course(Even in Distance Mode), you can go for a post-graduate course if you are interested in research or teaching. those interested in higher studies and research can apply for a doctoral program.




For a qualified civil engineer, there is no dearth of jobs, in both government departments and private organizations.






Job Prospects:


There is a huge demand for civil engineers in India and it is also expected to get a boost as the country gets ready to upgrade its infrastructure with growing economic and political clout in the world. The career opens a lot of opportunities in numerous government departments. Civil engineers are employed in all major construction projects carried out by central and state government agencies.




There are equally good opportunities in the private sector for civil engineers. A major opening for qualified civil engineers is also in armed forces where they can make vital contribution to the protection of the country. Last but not least you can setup your own engineering consultancy.






Pay Packet:


Pay Packet of Civil engineers depends on a number of things such as educational qualification, type of employer, industry, location of work and so on.




Starting monthly salary of a graduate in civil engineering could be around Rs. 10-15K. With due experience and continuous upgrade of skills, the salary increases by leaps and bounds. The Civil engineer with 5 years of Work Experience can earn upto 40-50K per month. Professors in engineering colleges get extraordinary amounts as monthly salary along with other benefits.






Further doubts or queries feel free to contact.




--


Regards,


Rahul.

In order to post replies to the question: "Civil engineering degree in distance education?"

Post Reply

Latest ANSWERS

mam i am cannot decide i should do bba or b.com

Hello Honey,  Get clear first whether you wish to pursue an MBA in future. If yes and you wish to know more about management then opt for BBA. In .. read more

how to be a general manager in hospitality industry

Good question asked. Dream big as it will help you to work harder to reach your goal. To become a General Manager in the Hospitality sector, few impor .. read more

Hello Mam, I am a B.com graduate, I qualified it last year. I am an average marks holder but, want to study (Open) MBA in Finance with my current job. Help me! which place is good to pursue my MBA, I am planning from AMITY.......is it good for me?

 Hello Jaspreet,  Yes. Amity is definitely a good university. Apart from this I can think of:  ICFAI SP Jain Symbiosis centre for dist .. read more

Hey! I have given my 10th boards this year and i am confused between humanities and commerce stream. I wanted to opt for commerce but i don't think I'll be able to cope up. I have no idea what to do. Please help! TIA

Hi Jannat, Welcome to careerguide.com, your concerns are genuine and valid as you are nervous about taking a subject you are not aware about. What I w .. read more
Most Popular

I have passed 12th with 74% mark. I have choice to join BTech or BSc physics. kindly suggest me what should I choose out of the 2. i am flexible with my career profile as an engineer or as a lecturer.

Hi Rashmi, First of congratulations on your percentage, you have done well. And thank you for sharing your concern with other community members, who w .. read more

What is the procedure to join Merchant Navy

just go to vchelps.tk now. it will definitely help u. be happy .. read more

What is the procedure to join Indian Navy after class 12th

just go to vchelps.tk now. it will definitely help u bro. be happy .. read more

I am a commerce graduate and confused between various options like cfa, mba, and job. What should I choose?

Hi Kirti  As I understood.. You have already secured a job and if thats with EY then thats great.You should consider a few things before taking a .. read more
Caching Date: 4/30/2017 6:30:35 PM