Government Jobs after Civil Engineering
Civil engineering is one of the most conventional branches in the field of engineering. This field combines the planning, designing, executing of various structural activities. The job of a civil engineer is to plan, design and involve in the constructional activities of various public works such as buildings, dams, tunnels, sewage systems, bridges and many. It is considered as a dignified profession in the country.
Jobs in Government Sector
The government sector provides many job opportunities for the civil engineers. Various exams are organized by UPSC for this recruitment. Any B.Tech graduate can apply for various exams like IAS, IPS, IES and so on. The state government also organizes many exams for the recruitment for graduates in the State. The qualified candidates are posted in various roles like assistant engineers, executive engineers, supervisors, etc. The skilled and experienced professionals in this field have chances for higher designations in various departments. The remuneration for them will be high. Civil engineers are absorbed in many industries such as
Gas and Oil plants
Construction of pipelines
Power generation firms, etc.
They are also recruited in Railway Boards and in defense sectors.
Public Sector Industries Jobs after Civil Engineering
Civil engineers are offered with abundant job opportunities in the public sector. The highly talented and skilled persons in this field are mostly absorbed in various industries. There are diverse roles, in which they can perform in these industries such as Junior Engineer, Site civil Engineer, Planning Engineer, Sub Inspector/Junior Engineer, Assistant Engineer, Marketing Engineer and so on. The experienced professionals can perform as Civil Engineering Project Manager, Civil Supervisors, Architect/ Civil Project Estimators, Senior Project Engineer, Civil / Structural Engineer and Site Engineer.
How to prepare for competitive exams
UPSC organizes competitive exams for recruiting civil engineers in various government departments. IES exam is one of the exams conducted for the engineering graduates. The minimum qualification for this exam is the bachelor’s degree in any engineering discipline. To prepare for the exam, the candidates must have a good work schedule. These exams are easy but difficult to clear. The important factor is the time management and accuracy in answering the questions. Also they must have deep knowledge in all the related subjects. The syllabus also includes general awareness questions. So it is necessary that one should be up to date in this. Solving out previous question papers will help more.
Coaching Centers for Competitive Exams for Government Jobs
The candidates can perform much better in competitive exams if they are trained. There are many coaching institutes which imparts coaching for candidates who are aiming for these job entry exams. Some of the institutes are IES Academy, ACE Engineering Academy Hyderabad, Vani Institute Chennai and Vajiram & Ravi Institute in Delhi.