Considered as the backbone for the infrastructural development of any country, Civil Engineering involves planning, design and construction of buildings, dams, bridges, tunnels and much more. It is focused on creating a provision for water resources, sewage treatment facilities. With a broad emphasis on dealing with societal problems, it plays a crucial role in the development of any civilization.
In this process, students from Civil Engineering discipline play a significant role. At MIT University, learners are exposed to practical methodologies for becoming competent project managers, structural consultants, and construction engineers. With modules in Structural Engineering, Water Resources Engineering, Geotechnical Engineering, and Environmental Engineering, learners are offered a hands-on opportunity to work on real-life projects.
This course provides a unique learning process that is a great mix of technical skills and practical knowledge. Our expert faculty members enable learners to apply the concepts to solve real world problems for the civil society. With a state of the art laboratory space, the students get hands-on opportunities to validate their ideas in a more sensible way.