Diploma in Civil Engineering :

Diploma in Civil Engineering is a 3 years long Diploma certificate program. After passing 10th standard, students are eligible to pursue this program. In this article, you will be reading about Diploma in Civil Engineering course details, eligibility criteria, admission process, syllabus, further studies, career prospects and job profiles.

Civil Engineering is one of the core branches of engineering. It is the second oldest engineering branch. It is an engineering discipline that focuses on design, planning, construction and maintenance of physically built as well as natural environment.

It is a very diverse field, consisting of various sub branches. Dams, roads, buildings, canals etc are examples of physically built structures.

When we think about civil engineering, the first thing that comes to our mind is buildings! But civil engineers do more than just designing and constructing buildings! Civil engineers have the potential to work across various industries that require construction.

This discipline is made up of various sub branches. These sub branches can also be treated as areas of specialization. Some such well known sub branches of civil engineering are-

  • Structural Engineering
  • Transportation Engineering
  • Environmental Engineering
  • Sanitary Engineering
  • Water Resource Engineering
  • Town/City Planning Engineering
  • Materials Engineering
  • Construction Engineering
  • Coastal Engineering

Diploma in Electrical Engineering: Course Highlights

Course Level Duration of the Course Examination Type Eligibility
Diploma/Certification 3 year Semester-wise 10th pass out students with a minimum of 50% (relaxable for reserved category students) in class 10th board examination from any recognized board of Science and Mathematics as a subject of study.

Sana Polytechnic

A philanthropic organization called Sana Educational Society was established in the year 1997 with an objective of giving away the fruits of knowledge to the rural and financially and educationally backward students of kodad region.

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