Ph.D Civil Engineering

Ph.D Civil Engineering is a span of 5- 6 years doctorate level program that comes under the engineering branch. Studying PhD in Civil Engineering allows students to understand the design, construction, and maintenance of structures that are integral to the public, like roads, dams, bridges, canals, and additionally railways, sewage systems, etc. 

The major subjects of PhD Civil Engineering include Geotechnical, Structures, Construction and Management, Transportation, and Environmental. For pursuing Ph.D. in Civil Engineering, students have to complete their master’s degree in a relevant field. Also, they must have a minimum of 55%  aggregate marks or equivalent CGPA from a recognized university.

In particular, studying Ph.D. in Civil Engineering mainly focuses on geoinformatics, geotechnical engineering, hydraulics, and water resources engineering, infrastructure engineering, etc. 

After successfully completing PhD in Civil Engineering the candidates can work as Professor, Project manager, head quality controller, site engineer/civil engineer, project coordinator, quality assurance manager, project procurement manager, etc. 

Furthermore, studying Ph.D. in Civil Engineering can offer a wide range of opportunities to candidates in both private and government sectors. Eventually, you can find jobs in Colleges & Universities, Road Construction Companies, Infrastructure Development Companies, R&D Centres, Construction Companies, and Railways.

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