3 Years/4 Years
Civil engineering, the oldest and broadest of the divisions of engineering, implements a range of public and private projects for improving society’s physical infrastructure and the environment. The civil engineer integrates scientific principles with engineering experience to plan, design, and construct networks of highways and railroads, airports, bridges and dams, environmental pollution control systems, industrial structures, water purification and distribution systems, and urban transportation systems that maintain, protect, and enhance the quality of life.
- The main and foremost reason to study civil engineering should be your interest in the field.
- Civil engineering deals with design construction and maintenance of building, bridges, dams, roads, canals etc.
- The idea of designing building ,high rise towers and bridges is very fascinating. One can feel proud by designing something and see it being constructed and used.
- My advice is to – find your passion and interest and if it lies in the field of construction and design then go ahead and do civil engineering.
- Civil engineering is perhaps the oldest form of engineering and has been existing since the beginning of civilization.
- Civil engineering not only helps boost your resume and provides good job prospects, but the person gets to work for the wellbeing and well fare of the society as a whole.
- Society ceases to exist without civil engineering.
A civil engineering degree prepares you for work in the construction industry as well as in the business, management and financial sectors.
- Licensure as a Professional Engineer (PE) (requirements vary by state)
- Advanced degree such as » Masters degree in civil engineering
- Advanced credentials as appropriate
- Continued professional development
Jobs directly related to your degree include:
- Building control surveyor
- CAD technician
- Consulting civil engineer
- Contracting civil engineer
- Design engineer
- Nuclear engineer
- Site engineer
- Structural engineer
- Water engineer
Minimum percentage and others criteria for admission will be as per UGC/ Concerned Regulatory Bodies.
Provided below are the criteria that need to be met for the given course.
For National Students
- The Candidate should have passed 10+2 examination with Physics, Mathematics and English as compulsory subjects along with one of the Chemistry/ Biotechnology/ Biology/Technical Vocational subject.
- B Tech 2nd year (LEET): Diploma Engineering and Technology OR B.Sc. Degree and 10+2 with Mathematics OR Passed D.Voc. Stream in the same or allied sector.
For International Students
- Rule framed by University Grants Commission (UGC) and notified in its website www.ugc.ac.in will be followed for deciding the eligibility and admission of International students to various courses offered in Om Sterling Global University, Hisar.
The program syllabus is drafted in such a way that the students are prepared for their professional field. Various aspects of the field are covered neatly and at length so that overall development is ensured. With this kind of curriculum, the students gain much more than just the theoretical knowledge of the area. The aspirants are made capable in a manner that they will be left with multiple choices of career in the concerned field.
|02.||Introduction to Electromagnetic Theory|
|03.||Introduction to Mechanics|
|04.||Introduction to Quantum Mechanics|
|05.||Oscillations, Waves and Optics|
|07.||Practical Based on BENG-001|
|08.||Practical Based on BENG-002|
|09.||Practical Based on BENG-003|
|10.||Practical Based on BENG-004|
|11.||Practical Based on BENG-005|
|14.||Basic Electrical Engineering|
|15.||Practical Based on BENG-013|
|16.||Engineering Graphics & Design|
|02.||Practical Based on BENG-017|
|04.||Programming for Problem Solving|
|05.||Practical Based on BENG-021|
|06.||Workshop / Manufacturing Practices|
|07.||Practical Based on BENG-023|
|03.||Introduction to Civil engg.|
|06.||Disaster Preparedness & Planning|
|07.||Surveying –I Lab|
|08.||Engg. Geology Lab|
|01.||Civil Engg- Societal & Global Impact|
|02.||Introduction to Fluid Mechanics|
|03.||Structural Analysis –I|
|04.||Engg Building and Drawing|
|06.||Introduction to Fluid Mechanics Lab|
|07.||Structural Analysis –I Lab|
|08.||Engg Building and Drawing Lab|
|09.||Environmental Engg. Lab|
|01.||Advanced Fluid mechanics|
|04.||Design of Concrete structures-I|
|05.||Advanced Fluid mechanics Lab|
|07.||Surveying –II Lab|
|08.||Design of Concrete structures-I|
|09.||Open elective -I|
|10.||Economics for Engineers|
|12.||Essence of Indian Traditional Knowledge|
|02.||Sewerage and Sewage Treatment|
|04.||Design of Steel Structures-I|
|05.||Transportation Engg.-I Lab|
|06.||Sewerage and Sewage Treatment Lab|
|07.||Soil Mechanics lab|
|08.||Program Elective -I|
|09.||Open elective -II|
|10.||Fundamentals of management for Engineers|
|01.||Estimation, Costing and Valuation|
|04.||Program Elective -II|
|05.||Program Elective -III|
|06.||Open elective -III|
|01.||Construction Engg. & Management|
|02.||Hydrology and Water Resources|
|03.||Program Elective -IV|
|04.||Program Elective -V|
How to Apply
Any queries you have about the admissions and related matters, you can fill out the Admission Enquiry form; if you are unable to make a decision on deciding the program, book a free tele-counseling session with us; If you are sure about a program you are enrolling for, you can go ahead fill out the online application.