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Career after BE in Civil Engineering

Career after BE in Civil Engineering

Civil Engineering involves designing, constructing, building and maintaining of structures in a physically built society. It includes basic civic amenities like roads, bridges, dams, sewage treatment systems, airports, energy systems, infrastructure for beautifying the environment and so on. Career after BE in Civil Engineering

By the time a student finishes his 4 year bachelor’s course in civil engineering, he is well versed with mathematics, statistics, engineering mechanics, fluid dynamics etc. He is then prepared to step into the work environment and apply the knowledge gained practically. Career after BE in Civil Engineering

Within the industry, a civil engineer is also known as a City engineer or a Transportation engineer. Civil Engineers mostly work indoors, however sometimes they need to visit the construction sites to monitor progress.

A civil engineer’s role typically involves the following:

  • Analyzing survey maps and planning projects, reports, presentation etc.
  • Efficient planning taking government rules and regulations along with cost and environment into consideration
  • Testing and retesting of ground and soil
  • Testing materials like concrete, asphalt, steel etc.
  • Determining a project’s cost estimate
  • Use of specific designing software
  • Take environmental impacts into consideration
  • Participate in surveys as guidance for construction

Being the second largest growing industry in the country, pursuing a career in Civil engineering has great scope. Based on surveys about 30% of India’s working population depends on it.

Jobs are easily available in various sectors like research, government, private and business organization

One can expect a good salary package. It can start with 3 lacs per annum, which doubles after 1-2 years. It can go up-to a 6-figure amount as the number of years in a company increases.

The career prospects for a civil engineer are as follows: Career after BE in Civil Engineering

 

                   Post

Annual Income (average)

·         Water Resource Engineer Rs 260000
·         Site Engineer Rs 310000
·         Structural Engineer Rs 475000
·         Contract Engineer Rs 375000
·         Nuclear Engineer Rs 330000
·         Transportation Engineer Rs 300000
·         Geotechnical Engineer Rs 330000
·         Building Services Engineer Rs 300000
·         Coastal Engineer Rs 500000
·         Quantity Surveyor Rs 670000
·         Geologist Engineer Rs 480000
·         Environment Engineer Rs 350000
·         Sustainability Consultant Rs 550000
·         Construction Engineer Rs 330000
·         Research and  Development Rs 500000

 

Study in Canada for Indian Students

Study in Canada for Indian Students

Canada is the preferred destination for vocational studies rather than degree courses as the former seem to provide more employment opportunities. Study in Canada for Indian Students

Minimum academic record of 65% and above for humanities stream in class XII, and 70 – 80% and above for Science/Commerce stream in class XII will also be required.

The major intake season for the top courses in Canada is September, while the minor intake season is January, which is meant for a fairly small number of courses. Study in Canada for Indian Students

You should start your admission process around six months before the application deadline. Typically most universities have three deadlines, from October to January.

Visa application procedure should be complete by June or July for the September intake.

The average GMAT score accepted across universities is 640.  Study in Canada for Indian Students

Average GRE score is 155 for Verbal, 167 for Quantitative and 5.0 for Writing.

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Some of the Top Colleges are:

  • University of Toronto
  • University of British Columbia
  • University of Alberta
  • Simon Fraser University           Study in Canada for Indian Students
  • McGill University
  • University of Waterloo
  • University of Calgary

Most Opted Courses are:

  • Pharmaceutical sciences
  • Petroleum Engineering
  • Biotechnology
  • Animation

Application Timeline:

  • August-September
    Start early and by August, shortlist 8-12 universities that you will apply to. Visit university websites and note application requirements, deadlines.
  • September to October
    Apply before the deadline.       Study in Canada for Indian Students
  • November to April
    Don’t delay replying to college e-mails.
    Appear for personal/video interviews. These are scheduled around January to March.
    Once you get acceptance letters, make your decision as soon as possible, notify the universities of your decision.
  • May to July
    Apply for student visa in time.      Study in Canada for Indian Students
    Apply for student loan and scholarships
  • July to August
    Departure.

    VISA

  • Begin with the visa process around June, if aiming at the September.
  • The visa application process to Canada requires a compulsory medical test for Indian applicants.
  • In order to work off-campus, you need to have studied in Canada for at least one year (full time) and you must apply for a work permit through the CIC. If your application is approved, you are only eligible to work up to 20 hours per week while school is in session (and full-time during breaks and the summer).
  • The visa application process to Canada requires a compulsory medical test for Indian applicants. Your own doctor cannot perform the medical exam. You must see a doctor on the list of panel physicians, which is provided on the official Canada immigration website http://www.cic.gc.ca/. Once your exam has been completed, the physician will send the results to CIC.      Study in Canada for Indian Students
  • In order to undertake temporary work during your graduate program in Canada you will need to obtain a work permit. These are usually issues after a temporary offer of employment has been confirmed by the Human Resources and Skills Development Canada (HRSDC).


    Criteria to get a Post Study Work Permit:

  • You should have pursued a full-time course in Canada.
  • The length of your course should have been more than 8 months.
  • You must have graduated from either a public post-secondary institution or a private post-secondary institution or.
  • You should apply for work permit within three months (90 days) after receiving official letter saying that you have successfully completed your education from the institute.     Study in Canada for Indian Students
  • You will be given the work permit only if you have a student visa.
  • You cannot get a work permit longer than your course duration. If your course duration was eight months, then you will receive work permit for eight months. If your course duration was more than two years, then you may receive work permit for three years.      Study in Canada for Indian Students
  • Companies that recruit through the university do not offer a job directly. What they offer is an internship or co-op. Companies like to see your work for a few months before they hire you full time.


    Finances:

  • Graduate courses cost $25,000 – $55,000 per year.
  • Living expenses CDN $12,000–$15,000 per year.
  • Freshers starting salary : $43,000.        Study in Canada for Indian Students
  • Salary after 4 years of work experience : $60,000.

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Germany, the birthplace of Kindergarten schooling and the modern university, is a dream destination for students. It is well-known for courses in science and engineering, especially automotive, mechanical and biomedical. Study Abroad in Germany

Getting admission into German Universities can be a huge task. The education is free; yes, you read that right, as 95% of the universities do not charge any tuition fee. However, there is always a price to pay as nothing comes for free; and the price for this would be a great educational background.  Study Abroad in Germany

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