The Bachelor of Civil Engineering (BE Civil) course is designed to produce engineers who are capable of designing, planning and executing construction of infrastructures. Civil Engineering, considered one of the oldest engineering disciplines, encompasses many specialties. The major specialties within civil engineering and structural, water resources, environmental, construction, transportation and geotechnical engineering.
BE Civil course of Purbanchal University is a four-year (eight semesters), 194 credit hours academic program that incorporates intensive laboratory assignments to give enough exposure and experience with the state-of-the-art facilities and tools.
13 Engineering Colleges of Nepal offers Bachelor of Civil Engineering (BE Civil) course with affiliation from Purbanchal University. Total number of BE Civil seats at Purbanchal University is 1080.
Spurred by general population growth and an increased emphasis on infrastructure and security, more civil engineers will be needed to design and construct safe and higher capacity transportation, water supply and pollution control systems and large buildings and building complexes. They also will be needed to repair or replace existing roads, bridges and other public structures.
Civil engineers are employed by firms providing architectural, engineering and related services, primarily developing designs for new construction projects. They may also work in consultancy, research and teaching.
Scope of civil Engineering:
B.E Civil Engineering Curriculum: Purbanchal University
|Course and Semester||Course and Semester|
Applied Mechanics-I (Statics)
Computer Concept and Programming
Applied Mechanics-II (Dynamics)
Fundamentals of Thermodynamics and heat
Strength of Materials
Electric circuit and machines
Probability and Statistics
Theory of Structures-I
Fundamentals of Architecture
Theory of Structures-II
Concrete technology and Masonry structures
Transportation Engineering - I
Design of Steel and Timber structures
Estimation and Valuation
Design of RCC Structures
Hydro power Engineering
Introduction to Earthquake Engineering
Safety Engineering and Risk Management
Engineering Professional Practice
Construction Project Management
Civil Engineering Project works