BE Civil Engineering Syllabus, Scope and Salary

BE Civil Engineering or Bachelor of Engineering in Civil Engineering is a 4-year Under Graduate course with 8 semesters. The minimum eligibility is 10+2 with a score of 55%.

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BE Civil Engineering Course Highlights

BE Civil Engineering Course Highlights
Course LevelUndergraduate
Duration4 years
Examination TypeSemester type
Admission ProcessMerit-based/Entrance-based
Course FeeINR 1 to 20 Lacs (4 Years)
Average Starting SalaryINR 2 to 25 Lacs Per Year

BE Civil Engineering Eligibility

  • The basic eligibility criteria are qualifying 10+2 or equivalent level examination, with Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics with at least 55% percentage of marks.

BE Civil Engineering Syllabus

Semester I

2.Engineering Mechanics
3.Engineering Graphics
5.Engineering Physics

Semester II

1.Engineering Chemistry
2.Computer Programming
4.Basic Engineering Workshop
5.Strength of Materials

Semester III

1.Building Technology
2.Electrical Engineering Electronics and Instrumentation
3.Structural Analysis
4.Fluid mechanics
5.Engineering Geology

Semester IV

1.Civil Engineering Drawing
2.Open channel hydraulic machinery
3.Geotechnical engineering
4.Transportation engineering
5.Fluids laboratory

Semester V

1.Environmental Engineering
2.Irrigation Engineering
3.Engineering Economics and Principles of Management
4.Design of Hydraulic Structures
5.Design and Drawing of RC structures

Semester VI

1.Numerical Methods and Operations Research
2.Advanced Structural Design
3.Advanced Foundation Design
4.Ground Water Hydrology
5.Building Maintenance

Semester VII

1.Advanced Surveying and Remote Sensing
2.Quantity Surveying and Valuation
3.Architecture and Town Planning
4.Transportation Engineering
5.Construction Engineering and Management

Semester VIII

1.Earth and Rockfill Dam Engineering
2.Coastal Engineering and Marine Structures
3.Environmental Pollution Control Engineering
4.Finite Element Method
5.Advanced Mathematics


Those who have

  • Creativity and an innovative approach to solving problems
  • Ability to analyse and interpret diverse, complex data
  • Critical thinking
  • Ability to evaluate designs, plans and projects
  • Effective assessment and management of risk, resources and time


After completing the course you can become

  • Engineer
  • Civil Engineer
  • Land Surveyor

Job Positions

  • Civil Engineer
  • Architect
  • Technical Officer
  • Manager
  • Business analyst
  • Assistant Executive Engineer

Top Recruiting Companies

  • BSNL
  • BHEL
  • IOCL
  • MNTL
  • NTPC

Top Recruiting Areas

  • Civil Engineering companies
  • Water resources
  • Engineering Transportation companies
  • Tunnel Engineering companies
  • Educational Institutes
  • Construction companies


Civil Engineer3 to 4 Lacs
Architect3 to 4 Lacs
Technical Officer8 to 9 Lacs
Business analyst5 to 6 Lacs
Assistant Executive Engineer11 to 12 Lacs

Advance Courses

M.E. (Civil Engineering)
M.Phil. (Civil Engineering)
Ph.D. (Civil Engineering)

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