The construction revolution has begun in India. The Indian Government is focused on infrastructure development. Apart from this it has also planned 90 smart cities and an ambitious project of ‘Housing For All By 2022*’. All this will open up thousands of opportunities for well qualified professionals in Civil Engineering. Prepare now and get set for a promising future.
*Source:http://www.thehindu.com/features/homes-and- gardens/indias-construction- sector-to- boom/article8314034.ece
Programs will assist in up-skilling local and international graduates in the state-of- the-art practices of professional engineering.
The Engineers will develop a technical and integrated systems approach for analysing and managing complex infrastructure systems.
The curriculum blends engineering, management and business practices to ensure that graduates of this program are competent to handle administration and coordination of labour, materials, equipment, supplies and utilities, in the most efficient manner possible to complete construction projects on schedule and within the budget.
Individual activity fits within and affects the entire spectrum of operational and commercial activities running in the complex interface of maritime transport.
Passed 10+2 examination with Physics and Mathematics as compulsory subjects along with one of the following subjects namely Chemistry/Biotechnology/Biology/Technical Vocational subject. Obtained at least 45% marks (40% in case of candidate belonging to reserved category) in the above subjects taken together. Or (ONLY for SSOU Pune applicants) Passed 10 + 2 year full time vocational education course offered by MSBVE as per GR – VOC – 2012/591/25A/dtd 28 Sept 2012. For more details,Click Here.
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While deciding the eligibility of the Candidates following procedure shall be adopted -
The percentage of marks shall be calculated by rounding off to nearest integer. i.e. if the percentage of marks comes out to be 44.50% to 44.99% then it shall be rounded to 45% and if the percentage of marks comes out to be 44.01% to 44.49% shall be rounded to 44% for deciding the eligibility.
In case the maximum marks in an individual subject is other than 100, the marks will be converted out of 100 for individual subject without rounding, If sum of the converted marks of individual subjects without rounding off works out to be a figure with fraction then fraction up to two decimal places shall only be considered for calculation of percentage of marks considering maximum marks as 300 and, If the percentage comes in fraction, then rounding off shall be done as above to decide the eligibility.