Designing and building of structures, including buildings, roads and bridges come under the scope of education in Civil Engineering. The students who have attained a degree in this branch can work in both the Government and Private sectors. There is a lot of scope for advancement, for those professional engineers who have immense experience in this field. In fact, the students belonging to these programs can also take classes in Mathematics, Chemistry, Engineering principles and Physics. For those civil engineers who aspire to provide services to the public, a license is imperative.
For open candidate
• Passed HSC or its equivalent examination with Physics and Mathematics as compulsory subjects along with one of the Chemistry or Biotechnology or Biology or Technical or Vocational subjects taken together and obtained at least 50% marks with non zero CET Score or JEE Score.
For reserved categories Candidate and Persons with Disability candidates belonging to Maharashtra State only
• Passed HSC or its equivalent examination with Physics and Mathematics as compulsory subjects along with one of the Chemistry or Biotechnology or Biology or Technical or Vocational subjects taken together and obtained at least 45% marks with non zero CET Score or JEE Score.
In either of the candidature the applicant must have appeared in Entrance exams of MHCET and JEE Mains with a non zero score.
In order to make a career in Civil Engineering industry, it is mandatory for the students to have a degree in Bachelor. After graduation, the field is open to explore and pursue advancement. The job opportunities involve:-
*A career in public and private sector in a variety of fields, including construction, design, highways, dams, docks, airports, maintenance of roads and management of environment.
*A job in quality testing laboratories
*Exploring the arena of military and defense services
*Working as consultants.
|Sr. No||Name of Faculty||Designation||Qualification||Experience|
|1||Dr. Tushar Shende||HoD & Associate Professor||Ph. D (Civil Engineering)||15|
|2||Prof. Deepa Telang||Asst. Professor||M.Tech. Structural Engineering||9|
|3||Prof. Laxmikant Vairagade||Asst. Professor||M.Tech. Structural Engineering||6|
|4||Prof. Gitadevi Bhaskar||Asst. Professor||M.Tech. Structural Engineering||5|
|5||Prof. Shalaka Sharma||Asst. Professor||M.Tech. Structural Engineering||5|
|6||Prof. Prakash Choudhari||Asst. Professor||M.Tech. Structural Engineering||3|
|7||Prof. Rahul Hinge||Asst. Professor||M.Tech. Structural Engineering||2|
|8||Prof. Pankajkumar Yadav||Asst. Professor||M.Tech. Geotech Engineering||2|
|9||Prof. Chaitanya Halmare||Asst. Professor||M.Tech. Structural Engineering||2|
|10||Prof. Jahesh Sharma||Asst. Professor||M. Tech. Transportation Engineering||1|
|11||Prof. S. C. Patil||Asst. Professor||M.Tech. Structural Engineering||3|
|12||Prof. R. M. Kachole||Asst. Professor||M.Tech. Structural Engineering||3|
|13||Prof. P. V. Raut||Asst. Professor||M.Tech. Structural Engineering||4|
|14||Prof. T. M. Jibhakate||Asst. Professor||M.Tech. Water Resources Engineering||1|
|15||Prof. P. D. Jiwane||Asst. Professor||M.Tech. Water Resources Engineering||1|
|16||Prof. P. P. Jadhav||Asst. Professor||M.Tech. Water Resources Engineering||1|
|17||Prof. N. P. Bhagwat||Asst. Professor||M.Tech. Environmental Engineering||1|
|18||Prof. Shubham Sewaiwar||Asst. Professor||M.Tech. Structural Engineering||1|
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