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    Vacancies for civil student in government jobs?

    how many government jobs available in civil engineering

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    Re: Vacancies for civil student in government jobs?

    There are many opportunities for the civil engineering students in both public and private sector. A beginner in this field has job openings as trainee or junior engineer. After gaining experience in this field, they can get promoted to the posts of Executive Engineers, Assistant Engineers, etc. These candidates can also apply for the various public exams like SSC, RRB, PSC, UPSC, CSAT, etc. Some of the employment areas for them are IPS, IAS, IES, Indian Railways, PWD, public sector banks, etc. The civil engineers are also required in the fields like gas and oil plants, power generation firms, construction of pipelines and water mains, etc. They are also eligible to apply for the posts in Defense Services. Teaching is another option for these candidates. After completing B.Tech, they can join as guest lecturer in government colleges. For getting the job on a permanent basis, they need to complete M.Tech and write PSC exam.

    The candidates who have completed post graduation courses have better career options. So, you can go for higher studies after B.Tech. There are two options - either go for master’s degree in civil engineering or go for MBA in the concerned field. Some specializations offered under M.Tech course in civil engineering are Building Technology and Construction Management, Environmental Engineering, Hydraulic and Water Resources Engineering, Transportation Engineering, Structural Engineering, Geotechnical Engineering, etc. A few specializations offered under MBA are Operations Management, Finance Management, Marketing Management, Human Resources Management, etc.

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