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Civil and Mech engg not preferred

 
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PostPosted: Sat Oct 02, 2021 2:39 am    Post subject: Civil and Mech engg not preferred Reply with quote

AS PER NEWS REPORT OF THE NEW INDIA EXPRESS DT 1.10.21

Civil and Mech engineering is not preferred in engineering colleges as per survey in Tamil Nadu Colleges. Preference for computer, IT and other branches.
2016 Only about 30% seats filled , in Civil  Engg and about 50% seats only got filled. CE - 10088/28500  ; MECH - 21137/42406

2017 - Almost same trend inspite of reduction of seats in these disciplines CE - 8199/25257  ; 19601/ 38353

2020 - Situation  further grim , only 25% in CE : Only 35% in Mech
CE - 3974/16944 ; Mech Engg - 8179 / 29354

In times to come , there will be shortage of engineers in these disciplines.
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PostPosted: Sun Oct 03, 2021 3:50 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Yeah.. shortage of engineers.. demand will be high...pay will be high....and then students will again turn towards CIVIL and mechanical.....Cyclick motion...😃😃
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PostPosted: Mon Oct 04, 2021 5:13 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Yes , demand and supply  law is relevant here also , More the requirements of civil ERs with less availability, the remunerations will be accordingly.

But due to fact that other disciplines like CES , IT are more and early beneficial , even engineers of civil discipline BTech and Mtech switch over to IT after doing small courses. Remunerations are high and gains are early.  Whereas as a Civil /Structural design Er ,  continuous learning with job is needed and  Slow and Steady Pilgrim's path is ahead of them.  Only few are now a days interested  and it is seen that children of civil engineers are not encouraged by their parents to enter this field .

Unless these fields are  provided with subsidised education , incentive oriented , job assurance etc , shortage will be felt in times to come.
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PostPosted: Wed Oct 06, 2021 11:59 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Further to this , there is need to take  call by Civil Engineering Bodies
to come forward and glorify the most ancient Engineering which is Civil Engineering .

At present , in India , there are  good numbers of Bodies  under the umbrella of CIVIL ENGINEERING. To name a few as under :

1. Institution of Engineers
2. Indian Concrete Institute
3. Indian Building Congress
4. Indian Roads Congress
5. Association of Consulting Engineers
6. Indian Association of Structural Engineers
7. Structural Engineering Research Centre (SERC)
8. Central Building Research Institute (CBRI)
9. National Building Organization (NBO)
10. Central Board  for Irrigation  and Power (CBIP)
11.Indian Society of Earthquake Technology
12. Association of Structural REHABILITATION
13. Indian Geotechnical Society
14.Indian Science Congress Association
15. Institute of Civil Engineers
16. Deep Foundations Institute
17.Nationl  Information Centre for Earthquake Engineering
18. Indian Institute of Engineering Science & Technology

LASTLY ON THIS  LIMITED LIST , IS OUR GREAT FORUM  FOR CIVIL AND STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING  I.e. SEFI.

A joint effort is needed in association with MECCA OF CIVIL ENGINEERING I.e I.I.T. ROORKEE (Earlier Thomson College of Civil Engineering) .
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PostPosted: Thu Oct 07, 2021 4:05 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Forgot to mention :

Irrigation Research Institute , Roorkee
Central Water and Power Research Institute ,(CWPRS) , Pune
Central Road Research Institute
Central Water Commision
CPWD

Central Ground Water Board
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