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Structure Engineering is the evergreen branch of the Civil Engineering. How can one go with it?


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The world is witnessing a remarking success in the tall building designs, heavy load class bridges, and various other engineering structures. If you will compare the construction that before of ten years with now, you’ll notice a drastic improvement in the constructions not only from the size perspective but that from structural perspective also. Due to the introduction of the mercantile and dynamic class loadings, the design of the structures is turning in a similar way. This is only the reason the private players in the construction are gaining much momentum as compared to the government side. Structure engineering to be considered as an eye and ear of the construction is the top rated branch of the civil engineering for the post graduation, called M.Tech. hence those who are looking to get a job in structural engineering, this article is dedicated to them.There are already thousands of young engineers who joined the respective construction companies as a Structural engineer, as it is now becoming processable and challenging one.

About Structural Engineering

Before dreaming of the job, one should clear the picture regarding work field, the very first question is that what is Structural engineering. The answer is quite simple that, the Structural engineering is the branch of engineering that deals with the study of the loadings in the structures whether it may be a building, truss or bridge, the bracings system, load bearing capacity, stabilization works, foundational requirement and dynamic loading systems.

In short, it can say that the overall study and research on the structures of various regions, and to develop a design suitable for the function to be performed.

How Can You Become Structural Engineer

See the Structural Engineering is the specific and dedicated branch of the civil engineering. One can become a civil engineer after completing the graduation from the recognized university and to gain the mastery in the structures, one has to complete the masters called M.Tech in structure from the recognized institute.

Subjects one has to study in M.Tech (Structural Engineering)

  • Mechanics
  • Foundation analysis
  • Beam and column testing and demonstrations
  • Soil stabilization techniques
  • Theory of Structures
  • Beam analysis and procedures
  • Mechanized column and pier constructions
  • Steel design and drawing
  • Bracing System
  • HYSD and HSD designs
  • Frame methods of construction
  • Structural and retaining structures designs
  • Earthquake analysis of

 

Best Colleges For B. Tech (Civil Engineering)

  • Indian Institutes of technologies IIT’s
  • National Institutes of Technologies NIT’s
  • SGSITS, Indore
  • Loknayak institute of technology and sciences, Patna
  • Ambedkar college of science and technology, Nagpur
  • Tata memorial institutes of sciences, Mumbai
  • SavitribaiPhule university, Pune
  • Fergusson college, Pune
  • Anna university, Chennai
  • Kalinga institute of technology, Bhuvaneshwar
  • Raja Ram Mohan Roy college of Engineering, Kolkatta
  • KSR institute of technology, Hyderabad

 

Best Colleges ForM.Tech (Structures)

  • Ambedkar college of science and technology, Nagpur
  • Tata memorial institutes of sciences, Mumbai
  • GajananMadhav institute of technology and sciences, Bhopal
  • SavitribaiPhule university, Pune
  • Fergusson college, Pune
  • Anna university, Chennai
  • Kalinga institute of technology, Bhuvaneshwar
  • Raja Ram Mohan Roy college of Engineering, Kolkatta
  • KSR institute of technology, Hyderabad
  • Fergusson college, Pune
  • Anna university, Chennai

 

 

Jobs ForGeotech Engineer

  • Government job as an Assistant / Sub Engineer: Civil engineering has the wide scope for the government jobs. After completing the M.tech or Graduation whichever be the case, one can join the various department of the engineering head by qualifying in the IES or any State engineering services examination. The avenues, responsibilities, and perks which a government officer receives are simply unmatchable.

 

  • Structure engineer ( Usually in Corporates): Structure engineers are the one who is theprimaryrequirement for the vast sites. In the big projects or multiple projects, there are the separate engineers called the Structure engineers who look after the Structural works like framing network of beams and columns, deciding type of frame, etc. work as per as the requirement of the load and soil characters. It is one of the high paid jobs across the nation, especially in the metropolitan

 

  • Soil testing engineers: You might hear about the soil testing engineers in the companies and government offices. The very first requirement prior to the construction is to test a soil quality, load bearing potential. Shear strengths and much It is totally a scientific and technological work but carries a huge responsibility as the whole construction is depended on the report of the testing. This is a job which is also having decent and attractive packages.

 

  • Bridge Engineer: The tremendous work for the Structure engineer starts with the bridge construction as it consists of the enormous live and dead loads. Highly qualifies and experienced ones are called to join the work as bridge engineer who draws the layout and carries the work for the pile and pier foundations. Most attractive packages will reside here for the Structural engineers.

 

  • Researcher : The researcheris the one who carries out the research about the soil, just with an intention to make the construction economic, reliable and safe. They are the Structural engineers only who took the research one to mark the breakthrough in the mechanics. Apart from the country like India, various foreign countries tooffer the research work for these professionals.

 

  • Faculty in the colleges/Universities: It is the fact that India is facing the shortages of the teachers and professors both in the government as well as private institutions. The pass out engineers from the premier institutions can join the top institutions as a faculty with the unparalleled salary options. The respect which professors get is just amazing.

Structural Engineering is gaining the momentum these days the reason being simple that due to the paucity of the space in the ground, hence need for the multi-storeyed and dynamic loadings behavior. Just the need is to develop an interest and completion of the graduation and M.Tech from the top institute.  Hope will help you.

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