Demand for environment-friendly buildings with government support in various programs and initiative with growing urban areas provides a positive outlook for the civil engineering market. The government of India is reforming in all possible manners and with 100 per cent Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) allowed through the automatic route, and initiatives like ‘Make in India’, major international players have entered engineering sector due to huge growth. Also, an apex body is created as the Engineering Export Promotion Council (EEPC) who takes care of promotion of engineering goods, products and services from India.
Civil engineer is a subject that deals with the design, conceive, build, construct, and maintain infrastructure projects and systems in the public and private sector, including buildings, dams, highways, airports, tunnels, subway stations and bridges. The course expertise a person for how to construct a design from prototype to the final project which can be used for living purposes for a longer time period.
The examination date of JEE Advanced 2019 is scheduled on May 19, 2019. Civil engineering is the most favoured branch after computer science and electrical engineering. And its demand is quite increased in IITs too with a cutoff rate under 1000
As per FICCI report, compounded annual growth rate (CAGR) is at 11.1 per cent over the last 8 years where the total construction market in India for FY 2014 was US$157 billion, an increase of $ 4 billion over FY 2013
The present year 2019 cutoff rank in various top IITs:
As per the recent KPMG Report, the cost of worldwide infrastructure over the next forty years is approximately US $70 trillion. In developing countries such as India, African countries and Brazil are the next destination growth will be found.
With increased competition, cut off is expected to increase and subsequently closing ranks are expected to drop. A close look between 2019 and 2017 opening and closing rank in civil engineering in Top IITs.
From 2017 to 2019, Opening & Closing Rank of JEE Advance
As per FICCI report, compounded annual growth rate (CAGR) is at 11.1 per cent over the last 8 years where the total construction market in India for FY 2014 was US$157 billion, an increase of $ 4 billion over FY 2013. The industry is seeking to spread its area in every corner of the country. As per U.S Bureau of Labour Statistics, job opportunities will increase by 20 percent for the profession between 2012 and 2022, citing a continued demand for civil engineering domain.