What to do after btech civil engineering?
Masters in a paticular field of interest or may be a job related to civil engineering.
A diploma civil engineer can be become as a BE degree engineer with same value future after complete the degree btech from distance education?
The scope of both the programmes are the same. BTech was the designation of some three- and four-year programmes at some British universities in the 1960s and 1970s, but it is no longer used (via http://www.cs.york.ac.UK/admit/Differences.php ). Some Indian universities offer BTech programmes, but as such there is no difference between the scope of study in the BE or BTech programme. In Singapore, some universities offer part-time engineering programmes as BTech and the regular course…
A diploma civil engineer can be become as a BE degree engineer after complete the degree btech from distance education?
Civil and Structural Engineering through Distance Learning is possible through Excel College of Higher Education. They conduct the course through Karnataka State Open University (KSOU). Diploma is 3 years course after SSC. BTech is 4 years after HSC. MTech is 2 years course after BTech. Fees is approx INR 15,000 per sem.
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If you have secured 52 percent in intermediate with nios board nd completed your btech compscience in 2008 whether you are applicable for job or not?
I will suggest you to choose oil and gas field which has good market in upcoming years compare to other fields u can do mechanical or civil engineering both or an evergreen field. After your engineering get specialized in Piping Engineering or Process Plant civil Engineering . To have more confident in Piping or process plant Civil engineering field you can choose Seabird engineering institute
Civil engineering covers a broader spectrum. Civil engineering students study Structural engineering, water engineering, Geotechnical engineering (soil mechanics) and Traffic and Transport engineering. With a civil engineering degree, graduates have the opportunity to and are qualified to work in any of the above fields, or they can persue further studies in one particular area, and therefore obtain more thorough and specific qualification in that area, such as structural engineering.