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MTech in Civil Engineering                          



Civil engineering is one of the oldest and most popular streams in engineering. It focuses on building physical infrastructure of the world. All buildings, bridges, towers, highways, rails, roads, tunnels, water and irrigation systems are built by civil engineers across the globe.

With an increasing need for urban planning and infrastructure development today, civil engineering is a field to reckon with. 


With state-of-the-art infrastructure and dedicated members of the faculty, Manipal University Jaipur is determined to offer quality higher education in the fields of structural engineering, geotechnical engineering, transportation engineering, environmental engineering, water resource engineering, construction engineering and management.

Structural Engineering

As the name implies, structural engineering is involved in the design and analysis of structures. At Manipal University Jaipur structural engineering theory is centered on physical laws and empirical knowledge of the structural performance of different materials and geometries. Safety of structures must be taken into account at the design stage itself. Your course material will cover the various structures employed in building, such as columns, beams and floors. At a more complex level, structural engineering is employed to build bridges, pipelines, industrial structures or or mechanical structures such as ships and aircraft. Structural Engineers are in great demand as India is on a path to accelerated infrastructure development.

Environmental Engineering

The MTech degree course in Environmental Engineering is based on scientific and engineering theory and the application of these principles to improve the quality of the natural environment (air, water, and land resources). Green technology is the need of the hour as it is imperative for human habitation to enjoy healthy water, air, and land. The course also covers remedying of environmental problems such as air pollution, waste-water management, solid waste management and water supply and treatment. The responsibility of an environmental engineer is to protect public health and preserve or improve the existing environment through sustainable practices.

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