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Civil Engineering Careers
Civil engineering has a number of branches such as geotechnical engineering, structural engineering, construction engineering, environmental engineering, and transportation engineering. Civil engineers serve in construction projects of different magnitudes ranging from residential, commercial, industrial, and public works projects. Many civil engineers join the construction industry that includes construction of buildings, dams, bridges, tunnels, towers, harbors, airports, and highways. A senior level engineer often requires to manage large scale design and construction projects. After years of industrial experience, many civil engineers form and run their own successful construction or consultancy firms.
 
Mechanical Engineering Careers
Our mechanical engineering program has been carefully designed with a heavy emphasis on Manufacturing and Production Engineering and Technologies. Many mechanical engineers join production and manufacturing industry; work in the thermal power plants; engage in design and maintenance of industrial equipments and machinery, heating and cooling systems for a range of industrial and commercial applications; all sorts of vehicular systems such as automobiles, aircrafts, and watercrafts; and robotics. Modern-day Mechanical engineers are heavily involved in the fields of automation, mechatronics, and nanotechnology.
 
‘Electronic & Communications Engineering Careers

This course prepares you for a career as an electronic and communications engineer by combining theoretical teaching with practical work. You’ll develop your technical skills through hands-on modules that give you deep insight into complex circuits, wireless systems, programmable devices, robotics, radars and digital systems.

The course is designed to cover a broad spectrum, so that you can go on to work in numerous industries as varied as medical devices and defence; aeronautics and smartphones; telecommunication and railways.