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@Ankita Katdare • 01 Aug, 2015 • 10 likes
This discussion is dedicated to all civil engineering graduates looking for different career options/ work opportunities after completing B.Tech or B.E. This topic is inspired by a similar thread we have for electronics engineers. Civil engineers do not need to be told that they can work in any infrastructure project in India. This ranges from construction and maintenance of power stations, airports, dams, highways, express ways, waterways, industrial units, manufacturing plants, factories etc.

Following are the top career options that can be considered.

Go for M.Tech in Civil Engineering with a specialization of your choice.
Broadly speaking, you have following options to choose for a M.Tech post-graduation degree.
  • Structural Engineering
  • Traffic and Transportation Engineering
  • Hydraulics and Water Resources Engineering
  • Environment Engineering
  • Geotechnical Engineering
  • Construction Management
  • Geoinformatics
  • (If I have left out a major branch, please share it in replies below)
For this you need to study for GATE - This means you not only need to get a good score in the exam, but also try to get good grades/percent in 3rd & final year.

Get a job after graduation

Civil engineers can work in government departments, MNCs, Public Sector Units (PSUs) as well as private organisations. There are opportunities in major construction projects undertaken by central and state government agencies.

Some of the top companies that hire Civil Engineering graduates:
  1. Jaypee Group
  2. Gammon India Ltd.
  3. Balaji Railroad Systems Ltd
  4. Punj LLoyd Group,
  5. Jaiprakash Associates
  6. Nagarjuna Construction Company,
  7. GMR Group
  8. Hindustan Construction Company (HCC)
  9. Expert Technology
  10. Hiranandani Construction Pvt. Ltd
  11. Godrej Properties
  12. Prestige estates
  13. Oberoi Reality
  14. DLF
  15. IVRCL Infrastructure & Projects Ltd
  16. Dr. Kelkar Consultants Pvt. Ltd
  17. Larsen and Toubro
  18. Nircon Engineering Consultants
  19. RDS Projects Ltd
  20. Macro Marvel Infrastructure Corporation Ltd
  21. Potential Consultants
  22. Simplex Projects Ltd
  23. Vadakar and Associates, etc.
  24. Shapoorji Pallonji & Company
  25. Sobha Developers Limited
  26. (Please add more names in replies below)
Public Sector Companies hiring Civil Engineering Graduates:
  • NTPC - National Thermal Power Corporation Limited
  • BHEL - Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited
  • ONGC - Oil and Natural Gas Corporation Limited
  • HAL - Hindustan Aeronautics Limited
  • GAIL - Gas Authority of India Limited
  • SAIL - Steel Authority of India Limited
  • IOCL - Indian Oil Corporation
  • BSNL - Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited
  • ISRO - Indian Space Research Organisation
Go for UPSC Examinations

Civil Engineers can appear for IES (Indian Engineering Services), IPS or IAS exams.

Go for M.S. in Civil Engineering in U.S. UK, South East Asia or Australia

Depending on your score in GRE, preferably 300+ you can choose one of the top ranking universities for M.S in civil engineering with a specialisation of your choice.

Start a civil engineering startup in India

Though there are very few names in India, the picture is changing quite fast. This is an untapped market and therefore has the biggest potential. Civil Engineers can team to innovate and come up with ideas that better the process of design & construction.
Here's an ongoing discussion you can refer to: https://www.crazyengineers.com/threads/top-civil-engineering-startups-in-india.80668/

Learn software essential for Civil Engineering job profiles

Civil engineers can spend 6 months to 1 year after graduation to learn new skills that will shine in their resume.

Here's a list of software that civil engineering should learn:
  • Microsoft Office (Especially Microsoft Excel)
  • AutoCAD Civil 3D
  • Autodesk
  • StaddPro
  • Civil Designer
  • HEC-RAS
  • MicroStation
  • Microsoft Project
  • Primavera (Popular project management software)
  • RFEM
  • SoftreeOptimal
  • Visioncivil
  • AutoTURN
Let's keep adding more points to this list. If you have any questions about career options, please post them in replies below. We shall all do our best to come up with answers.
@Ankita Katdare • 30 Jan, 2016 I would like to tag fellow CEans to add some words of advice or suggestions here

@rajcivil2k6 @Cheto @Civiliryc @Feather @RISHABH LALA @KSS manian @A.V.Ramani @CIVILPRINCESS @maria flor @prahumac

I'd like to urge you to share whatever few words of advice that you can share with fellow engineers. It can help build a good discussion about the career options (Traditional or Offbeat) and help out upcoming engineers to make an informed decision.
@Ramani Aswath • 30 Jan, 2016 Not really my area. Still let me try.
1. MTech, PhD, Teaching/R&D
2. Quantity Surveyor Course and off to foreign lands
3. Join a CSIR lab or innovative corporate entity and try these areas;
i. Porous roads
ii. Recycled plastic reinforced roads
iii. Photovoltaic surface roads for solar power recovery
iv. Photovoltaic roofing that are also load bearing.
v. Storm water drains with in built ground water recharging
vi. Additive manufacturing for housing
vii. Revisit the old CINVA ram technology for low cost small buildings.
(I built a Cinva-Ram CEB press, and I made it easier for you to build one too! (cob forum at permies) )
@Ankita Katdare • 31 May, 2016 Anyone here would like to add more ideas or suggestions to this?
@DASARI PAVAN KUMAR • 26 Jun, 2016 Hai mam am PAVAN KUMAR DASARI now i studying civil engineering final still i dont what to do after complition of B.Tech can u guide me or suggestioned me mam
@Ankita Katdare • 28 Jun, 2016
DASARI PAVAN KUMAR
Hai mam am PAVAN KUMAR DASARI now i studying civil engineering final still i dont what to do after complition of B.Tech can u guide me or suggestioned me mam
Hello @DASARI PAVAN KUMAR Have you gone through all the above listed points? Do none of them appeal to you? Do you have any specific thing in mind?
@DASARI PAVAN KUMAR • 28 Jun, 2016 • 1 like Hai mam in my view am most intrested in to do Architecture Engineering mam can u sugest me mam
@Ramani Aswath • 28 Jun, 2016 If you want to do Architecture, what is there for us to suggest?
Just do it!
@Satya mahesh Visarapu • 29 Jun, 2016 mam..am in final year of civil engg..is it beneficial to mba after btech?? If yes..how is it
@ajeetkumar03 • 04 Jul, 2016 I am B.TECH in civil engineering.I am working in NTPC for 5 years in Field Quality Assurance Department which mainly deals with the testing part of all types of works in CIVIL (sometimes MECHANICAL TOO) works. What should i study given my work profile
@Kaustubh Katdare • 04 Jul, 2016
ajeetkumar03
I am B.TECH in civil engineering.I am working in NTPC for 5 years in Field Quality Assurance Department which mainly deals with the testing part of all types of works in CIVIL (sometimes MECHANICAL TOO) works. What should i study given my work profile
Need more clarity about your question. Perhaps learning the tools and technologies relevant to your work might help. Also, if you are studying with an aim to get promotion or increment; it'd be advisable to concentrate only on the tools / software that you actually use in your projects.

Then there are so many other things which you can learn. If you can master Excel - you can perform analysis with data easily. You might want to learn to use project management software et al.
@drkdsn • 06 Jul, 2016 Hai mam....my name is rajesh kumar....i am studying b.tech final year...i am interested in structural engineering....after completion of my btech,i need to develop my skills more in structures....can u guide me...what to do after this...i have learned all this additional features....
  • Microsoft Office
  • AutoCAD Civil 3D
  • Autodesk
  • StaddPro Vi8
  • Primavera (Popular project management software)

  • what can i do this after btech to secure a good name in structural enginnering life
@Pubali Mukherjee • 10 Jul, 2016 helo Ankita Mam. helo Kaustubh sir.
Myself Pubali Mukherjee. I m pursuing my b.tech final year in civil branch. Mam i want 2 become HR in any constructional company & m very much intrstd in HR post and thinking to do m.tech in structural engg also. So my question is, can i do m.tech in dis, den Mba in HR? is it vl b friutful fr me???
autoCAD, Staadpro, Rivet, microsoft office dis all done
@Ankita Katdare • 10 Jul, 2016
drkdsn
what can i do this after btech to secure a good name in structural enginnering life
Pubali Mukherjee
m.tech in dis, den Mba in HR? is it vl b friutful fr me???
M.Tech in Structural Engineering before MBA - is there any reason why you want to go for both? If it's clear in your mind that you want to pursue a career in HR, you can directly aim for that, isn't it? Or am I missing some key information?
@Sumukh Madgaonkar • 13 Jul, 2016
drkdsn
Hai mam....my name is rajesh kumar....i am studying b.tech final year...i am interested in structural engineering....after completion of my btech,i need to develop my skills more in structures....can u guide me...what to do after this...i have learned all this additional features....
  • Microsoft Office
  • AutoCAD Civil 3D
  • Autodesk
  • StaddPro Vi8
  • Primavera (Popular project management software)

  • what can i do this after btech to secure a good name in structural enginnering life
Hi Rajesh Kumar,
If you are interested in Structural Engineering, better go in for a master degree in engineering. Learning only softwares will help you but wont develop your analytical and design knowledge.
@prince j • 19 Jul, 2016 hi mam,after compeleting b.e civil engineering..is there any one year course to study?
@Kaustubh Katdare • 19 Jul, 2016
prince j
hi mam,after compeleting b.e civil engineering..is there any one year course to study?
There are so many courses. But your choice will totally depend upon what you wish to achieve through the course.
@Raaja King • 20 Jul, 2016 Hello,
I want to do MCA. Actually i completed BCA in 2011.
I was consult a distance University learning center. They advised me, u can take admsision in previous like 2013 and this year u complete ur MCA. The Benefit is Make up ur year gapping.

And my question is
Is it valid / possible?
Can i take admission in this University?

Please Help Me.
@Kaustubh Katdare • 20 Jul, 2016 I'd strongly advice not opting for distance learning program. I'm yet to see anyone who's had real benefits from a distance learning program.
@Mohammad Qazi • 22 Jul, 2016 Hi I have recently completed civil angineering. T want to know about future in construction law.... Is it good choice for engineering backgound student???
@subith • 25 Jul, 2016 Hi.. My name is Subith and I completed civil engineering this year... I'm not interested to go for mtech.. Wana start my career nw.. What are the various short term courses I can do now ??which is better quantity survey or qaqc??
@subith • 25 Jul, 2016 • 1 like Hi.. My name is Subith and I completed civil engineering this year... I'm not interested to go for mtech.. Wana start my career nw.. What are the various short term courses I can do now ??which is better quantity survey or qaqc??
@subith • 25 Jul, 2016 Which course would be better for a fresh civil engineer quality control or quanty surveying ??
@Sumukh Madgaonkar • 25 Jul, 2016 Hi subith,
It depends on your interest to be on site checking stuff (QAQC) or you want to be calculating and computing with softwares (QS).
Regarding the courses choose from your local institutes and universities......
@Rishabh Hiran • 29 Jul, 2016 I am very confuse about future what to do next after my engineering should i go for further study or go for job.
@Sumukh Madgaonkar • 29 Jul, 2016 First can you share your vies as of what your expectations are if you start working or post graduating...........
@RatnadeepPatil • 05 Aug, 2016 i am currently persuing my M.E. in Transportation Engineering & Management. I would like to know which software courses should be done to enter in Software Design of Roads & Traffic Engineering field.
@RatnadeepPatil • 05 Aug, 2016 i am currently persuing my M.E. in Transportation Engineering & Management. I would like to know which software courses should be done to enter in Software Design of Roads & Traffic Engineering field.
@Sumukh Madgaonkar • 05 Aug, 2016 Civil 3D & MX Roads.
If you want to go in for bridge design MIDAS.
@ebrahim dungrawala • 20 Aug, 2016 Hey this is Ebrahim, currently i am doing job in real estate company, but for better growth i am planning do learn something more which can be useful in my personal and professional life, ME(construction management ) is better option but i cannot leave or resign from job.please suggest me some part time courses
@Sumukh Madgaonkar • 20 Aug, 2016
ebrahim dungrawala
Hey this is Ebrahim, currently i am doing job in real estate company, but for better growth i am planning do learn something more which can be useful in my personal and professional life, ME(construction management ) is better option but i cannot leave or resign from job.please suggest me some part time courses
Can you specify your location because even if you aspire to do any distant learning courses you will have to visit the institute at least some day?
@Maya.. • 28 Sep, 2016 Hi mam..I am maya..have completed my btech civil dis year..!! I want to pursue my career in civil engineering field..but not interested to carry on with mtech at present..!!! Can u please suggest me some options excluding software field..!!!
@Ramani Aswath • 28 Sep, 2016 • 2 likes I know a few women Civil Engineers, who are in air port construction companies. There seems to be a lot of activity in modernizing Indian airports. Even Air Port Authority of India hire civil engineers for various purposes. You may look at that option.
@Sreejith jk • 11 Dec, 2016 Sir
Myself sreejith jk
I am now in 3rd year studyng n anna university tamilnadu, will doing internships helps me to get jobs easilly ?? If yes plz tell some of the companies which provides internships ..
@Praga Deesh • 27 Dec, 2016 Mam... can u tell me what are all the departments comes under civil engineering And If it it not advised to go for masters so....after finishing CIVIL engineering what should I actually do...how can I choose a field under civil...and if i was not getting any job for more than one year but finally if someone offers me structural department for say but I am not interested in that...should i choose that??

please answer me in detail ...waiting for u...
@Ramani Aswath • 27 Dec, 2016 Civil Engineering covers (no pun) a lot of ground. See here:
What subjects should I study?
However, in my opinion one should not take a job that does not interest one. Salay is not all. Job satisfaction is very important. One can take a job as a stopgap option and to avoid unexplained gaps in the resume.
@Ramani Aswath • 27 Dec, 2016
Sreejith jk
will doing internships helps me to get jobs easilly ??
Sreejit, internships are useful. You must look to young companies that are growing, extending operations and adding facilities for openings. This is not my area of activity. If I come across something possible I shall revert.
@Akshay1196 • 18 Jan, 2017 Hello all ! I'm doing my pre-final year at SSN, Chennai. I'm interested in doing my masters in the field of structural engineering but in a dilemma as to whether to do an M.S ( because of the whole trump situation ) or an M.E in India. I'd also like some opinion on the placements available after completing M.E in India, and whether it is true that M.E can be considered as an option only by those who aspire to pursue research or teaching. Thanks in advance.
@venkatesh amujala • 19 Jan, 2017 To A.V.Ramani
Dear sir,i would like to ask yu one thing about my career. sir how can i select one from top companies to join in internship?
@venkatesh amujala • 19 Jan, 2017
A.V.Ramani
Sreejit, internships are useful. You must look to young companies that are growing, extending operations and adding facilities for openings. This is not my area of activity. If I come across something possible I shall revert.
please suggest me some companies or organisations for internship sir.
@Kulwinder Randhawa • 20 Jan, 2017 After completing B.tech or BE in civil engineering there are number of avenues where one can work. One can pursue his career in construction business, organizational management or in financial sector.
@Ramani Aswath • 20 Jan, 2017
venkatesh amujala
please suggest me some companies or organisations for internship sir.
How to get an internship at Larsen & Toubro Construction
@Nitish Gandhral • 20 Jan, 2017 Hello Everyone I am doing AMIE in Civil Engineering after passing diploma of the same branch. Is AMIE helps me to grownup in this field.
@Prajakta J • 21 Jan, 2017 Hello, I'm studying diploma civil final year... I'm confused about B-tech or BE... Which is good for carrier.. plz seniors suggest can you suggest me???
@Sahil Shah • 22 Jan, 2017 Hello, I am sahil shah.Presently studying in second year of civil engineering.Can you please guide me on how I can improve my portfolio before applying for a job which sure would be after 2 years.what apart the software courses can I do in the coming 2 years so that I have a bright future ahead.
@Subahan01 • 14 Feb, 2017 Hai mam... Am Subahan am still in final year Btech (civil), After Btech am nt interested to go through Mtech, I decided to pursue my career from #Civil Engineering feild only, My problem is tht i don't have any idea abt this after btech, So please can you suggest me which is better one to move front in my career? Pls
@Subahan01 • 18 Feb, 2017 Hi ... Am subahan frm Anantapur, Still nw am btech final yr in civil engineering, I don't like to move on with mtech course, after btech i want to pursue my job career in civil Engineering Field itself, so pls can you suggest me which is the best one to move...
@Kaustubh Katdare • 19 Feb, 2017
Subahan01
I decided to pursue my career from #Civil Engineering feild only, My problem is tht i don't have any idea abt this after btech,
It's not clear what the problem is. I think once you complete your engineering studies, you should start looking for a job in your domain. Could you please be more clear about the issue you are facing or what decision you wish to make?
@Viresh Sajjan • 01 Mar, 2017 Hello Sir..My self is Viresh..now I'm 1st year in civil branch...I totally confused that...what is the way after getting graduation.....and I Donot know about any specialisation in civil....but I have aim that...what ever I do in civil...some hw it will help to nation ..Can u suggest me to move forward......
@Ramani Aswath • 01 Mar, 2017 Why did you choose that branch? Presumably by choice. You must have had some idea of what you want to do later.
There is plenty to do even in basic Civil Engineering.
Bridges, water management (small dams across rivulets to help store water, rain water harvesting, and such), bridges , elevated roads, disaster relief shelters that can be assembled at site, quake-proof structures ...

The list is limited only by your imagination. Concentrate on acquiring the basic kills now.
And dare to dream of what you would achieve later, when the time comes.
@Viresh Sajjan • 02 Mar, 2017
A.V.Ramani
Why did you choose that branch? Presumably by choice. You must have had some idea of what you want to do later.
There is plenty to do even in basic Civil Engineering.
Bridges, water management (small dams across rivulets to help store water, rain water harvesting, and such), bridges , elevated roads, disaster relief shelters that can be assembled at site, quake-proof structures ...

The list is limited only by your imagination. Concentrate on acquiring the basic kills now.
And dare to dream of what you would achieve later, when the time comes.
I choose this civil..bcz of my parents wish and i also have Dream of sketching my home by me....and now I'm trying to get a government jobs...and complete the IAS or KAS....
@Ramani Aswath • 02 Mar, 2017
Viresh Sajjan
IAS or KAS....
No reason why a civil engineer cannot be a good civil servant. All the best.
@sandesh bukate • 14 Jul, 2017 There are a lots of opportunities for civil engineers in private as well as government organisations.
1.Central water board
2.Government housing corporations
3.CPWD
4.NTPC
5.IOCL
6.BHEL
7.EIL
8.ECIL
9.Central Water Board
10.NALCO
11.Indian Railways
12.Public Work Department (PWD)
these government sections where any civil engineer can apply.
Thank you.For more civil related blogs or article you can visit CRB Tech Civil Design Training - One of the Best Civil Design Training Institute in Pune
Thank you.
@Tanmoy Chatterjee • 27 Aug, 2017 Is there any job opportunity for Recent graduate civil engineer? Any company who recruits fresher candidate.
@Shreya P@ndey • 10 Oct, 2017 Choosing the right career path after you complete your undergraduate can be a challenging task. As there are multiple paths to choose from but choosing the right one is always challenging. Nonetheless, its not about the path you choose but rather your passion and drive for that work that will bring you success.

If you are finding it difficult to search a good job in your domain of studies, you can pick up an internship in a small firm. Demonstrate your ability and convert it into a full time opportunity.Or else, you can opt for government exams such as UPSC, IES, SSC, etc, if that interests you.

Starting up your own business which requires very low starting capital such as a brokerage business can also be a viable option for you.

I would recommend, as you are in a very early stage of your career, you should choose the right path by trial and error method. Because its only if you try, you will find your passion.
@rahul Munjal • 11 Jan, 2018 i want to do job in civil engineering so please tell me except site engineering.
<Please dont post phone numbers, you will be inviting SPAM>
@bond shashi • 20 Jan, 2018 hello sir, mam

I'm a 2nd-year civil engineering student, studying in M S Ramaiah University of applied sciences Bengaluru, Karnataka. I want to get a government job after this engineering. Tell me about all exams those I can write after this graduation to get my job.
@bond shashi • 20 Jan, 2018 that government job should be in a civil engineering field. I know one exam i.e. IES
can you suggest me more?
@Bhavik Mehta • 10 Feb, 2018 i am civil engineer with 1.5 year of experience can i switch to I.T or computer engineering industries
@check nehar 007 • 12 Feb, 2018 Is there any courses in safety that i can take after my btech in civil.
@Nitesh kumar • 23 May, 2018

Hey mam,  i have done both diploma and b. Tech in civil engineering. And one year experience in private contractor. Now for six month working going on at Tata project. If i want to go in specialisation like quality, safety, planning, etc. So what should i do 

@Nitesh kumar • 23 May, 2018 • 1 like

Hey mam,  i have done both diploma and b. Tech in civil engineering. And one year experience in private contractor. Now for six month working going on at Tata project. If i want to go in specialisation like quality, safety, planning, etc. So what should i do .

@Anjali Kulkarni • 23 May, 2018 • 1 like

This is much need topic for me as my brother who is looking for engineering and mostly he want to be civil engineer, we got help from this post here, thanks for your efforts guys. you are really doing great job.

@Anjali Kulkarni • 23 May, 2018

sorry guys I don't know how it posted twice

@Kaustubh Katdare • 23 May, 2018 • 1 like

@Anjali Kulkarni‍ - Don't worry. It's a known bug that's now been fixed. We apologise for the inconvenience. 

@MUSKAN MULLA • 17 Jul, 2018

Hii.... Myself muskan ,now i am in 3rd year of BE civil engg. i want to know that what make me get hired in L&T company.

@Sabyasachi Dash • 30 Jul, 2018

Sir 

Is Studying MBA after b.tech beneficial.plzz help me sir .

@Kaustubh Katdare • 31 Jul, 2018

@Sabyasachi - I'll encourage you to read this discussion: https://www.crazyengineers.com/threads/the-great-mba-ms-mtech-dilemma.3057/ . Let us know if it helps you. You could ask specific questions by providing some relevant information about your current education background. 

@Praveenkumar Naidu • 22 Jan, 2019

navayuga is also one of the civil engineering company

@Ankita Katdare • 23 Jan, 2019

@MUSKAN L&T hires freshers either through college campus or walk in interview. 

@Bunnu Head • 10 Feb, 2019

I am a civil engineer and in a confusion what to do 

 Which one do you suggest 

1. 1 year internship or couple of interns  in a reputed company's  and then going for higher studies or job. 

2. gate then m tech then job 


@sagar deshmukh • 28 Feb, 2019

after BE civil there are so many options to get good job in private and gov. sector. for the students who are looking for best course after civil engineering which can helps them to get job in reputed company. I would like to suggest them to do construction management course. which the best career choice for the civil engineers. 

@DM update • 28 Feb, 2019

You have so many option after or B.E. civil engineering . You can apply job in construction companies and you can also prepare for Govt Exams in this field.

@Mohd Salman • 05 Apr, 2019 • 1 like

I am a btech civil site engineer having 5 years of experience in site engineer field but now I m planning to change my field and I m thinking about QA and QS I m confusing about wich field is better for instant job. Can you please advise me regarding this

@Ankita Katdare • 17 Jan, 2020

@Mohd Salman From what I have heard from a few civil engineer friends, QA & QS jobs require some expertise and there are special courses to learn those skills. 

I am sure you have heard about RICS i.e. Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors, that college offers management course quantity surveyor (QS), if interested then please do search about it. 

Since you have mentioned that you are a B.Tech already with 5+ years of experience, then you can take up some design work also which does not require a very exhaustive analysis. You will find many advertisements from middle east organizations for recruitment as quantity surveyors.

If you are willing to go for education before making the switch, there is an all famous institute called NICMAR in Pune which is providing short and long term courses for quantity surveying along with campus placements.

The industry is ripe and there is no efficiency or skills in employees for QS to meet the demand. So, yes, there is a huge gap to fill for people who have the right skills.

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