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Civil Engineering (CE)


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About the programme:

Rapid development in infrastructure and construction activity in this region creates job opportunities for civil engineers. Hence this course is designed to impart effective teaching & training to produce efficient diploma civil engineers capable of meeting the requirements field of Civil Engineering. This programme broadly focuses on various subjects of Civil Engineering such as Surveying, Estimation & Costing, Construction Technology, Basics of transportation, Railway, tunnel Engineering. The course also offers adequate exposure to Reinforced Concrete Structures, Material Testing, and Construction & Entrepreneurship. Students also exposed to Extensive Survey, Building Drawing and Structural Engineering Drawing.

At present good placement opportunities are available for diploma holders in the field of Civil Engineering, both in Government & Private Sectors. They can be absorbed as site engineers involved in supervision, draftsman (with computer knowledge), surveyors, and personnel in-charge of quality control, estimation work and office procedures. They can establish their own consultancy in the civil engineering and construction fields or become Licensed Class I Contractors.

VISION

"TO BE A CENTER OF CIVIL ENGINEERING BRILLIANCE, PROVIDING SUPERIOR QUALITY TECHNICAL EDUCATION AND PROVIDING INDIVIDUALS WITH HIGH LEVELS OF TECHNICAL EXPERTISE, DISCIPLINE AND CONFIDENCE WHO WILL IN TURN BENEFIT THE SOCIETY"

MISSION

  1. To provide a constructive learning environment with state of the art resources.
  2. To inculcate professional ethics, entrepreneurial, technical skilled entrepreneurs and social awareness through workshops, seminars and technical visits.
  3. To promote civil engineering innovation and critical thinking through project based and highly interactive study.
  4. To impart knowledge with emphasis on the development of leadership qualities in students.

 

FACULTY

1. Sh. Getu Yoka HOD i/c

2. Ms. Taba Amang, Lecturer

3. Ms. Toi Ete, Guest Lecturer

4. Sh. Bomrik Nyodu, Guest Lecturer