The Civil Engineering diploma course at Doon Institutes has been designed to provide a firm foundation in the fundamentals of civil engineering. This diploma course gives the students a firm grounding in essential subjects which includes drafting, planning, surveying, costing, estimation construction, project management, safety management and environmental affairs.
The students will assimilate and synthesize technical concepts to develop active application in a problem solving strategy. The course prepares students for team work. The student is exposed to ethics and professional practices. The learner develops multidisciplinary thinking and critical thinking to execute research/teaching assignments.
A student who wants to become a civil engineering professional needs some basic skills and aptitude. These include analytic ability, mathematical skill, team work, spatial reasoning, communication skills, and a strong sense of ethics and community service.
|Course Duration||3 Years (Fresh Entry) / 2 Years (Lateral Entry)|
|Eligibility||X & XII with PCM|
|Admission Procedure||UTU Ranking|
The world is brimming with job opportunities for diploma graduates in civil engineering. The prime sector which employs diploma graduate is the construction business. Most of the jobs in the private sector involve such jobs. In the public sector jobs can be found in Mega Construction Projects run by Government which include Roads, Bridges, Highways, Ports and Dams.
A number of job profiles are accessible to Diploma graduate. These include Site Engineer, AutoCAD Draughtsman, Planning Assitant and QS- Assistant.
Civil Engineers are constantly in great demand for construction, maintenance and repair of communal and other infrastructure. Such professionals are gainfully employed across consultancy firms, quality testing labs, street-based activities and building work. By the modern civilization and facilitation of current period, there are rich opportunities for civil engineers in entire world. Every country is in the race of development. A civil engineer can play a vital role for doing so.