B.E. Civil

Overview :

The Civil Engineering is a four-year, eight semester program. It deals with the planning, design, construction, and maintenance of physically and naturally built infrastructure. Civil Engineering is constantly evolving with the advent of new knowledge, technology and materials. It has led to significant improvements in the understanding of how structures behave and economy varies in construction.

The Civil Engineering degree course at Kathford will give students the basic competencies need to be a professional Civil Engineer, plus skills in construction, project management, design and surveying.


Major Courses

  • Theory of Structures
  • Fluid Mechanics and Hydraulics
  • Surveying
  • Soil Mechanics and Foundation Engineering
  • Water Supply Engineering and Sanitary Engineering
  • Concrete Technology and Masonry Structures
  • Design of Steel and Timber Structures
  • Design of RCC Structures
  • Transportation Engineering
  • Irrigation and Drainage Engineering
  • Hydropower Engineering
  • Estimating and Costing
  • Construction Management

Career Prospect :

Civil Engineers are responsible for the planning, designing, construction and maintenance of roads, bridges, tunnels, houses, offices, shopping and residential complexes, water and sanitation systems and other infrastructure. They excel in engineering practice in the public and private sectors in the technical areas of environmental, geo-technical, material, construction, structural, transportation, earthquake, hydraulic, and water resources engineering.

Graduates are fully prepared to enter professional practice or pursue advanced degrees in ME Civil. Civil Engineer can work in any of the areas suggested for:

  • Major development and design firms
  • Government and non-government agencies and their contractors
  • Local (particularly country) government bodies
  • Local and suburban engineering consultancies, specializing in private, residential or commercial
  • Developments, water and flood management, road infrastructure or project management.
  • Academic/Research Institutions