Civil Engineers have one of the world’s most important jobs – they build our quality of life. With creativity and technical skills, civil engineers plan, design, construct and operate the facilities essential to modern life, ranging from bridges and highway systems to water treatment plants and energy efficient buildings. Civil Engineers are problem solvers, meeting the challenges of pollution, traffic congestion, drinking water and energy needs, urban redevelopment and community planning.

As technological revolution expands, as the world’s population increases and as environmental concerns mount, civil engineering skills will be needed throughout the world. Whatever the area we may choose, be it design, construction, research, planning, teaching or management, civil engineering offers you a wide range of career choices. And there is no limit to the personal satisfaction you will feel from helping to make our world a better place to live. Keeping the importance in the view of growing needs of the world we have started civil engineering in the academic year (2013-14) with an intake of 120 students. By developing the infrastructure of our society, they are basically giving shape to the history of our nations.

The Department of Civil Engineering creates outstanding engineering with advanced teaching techniques and learning aids for undergraduate students and state of the art research facilities for students not only to become experts in technical aspects but also interpersonal skills to excel in fast-paced world.