After completion of 4th semester in B.E. Civil Engineering, the students have the opportunity to pursue specialisation in Industrial Automation.
The Public Health Engineering sector is responsible for the collection of water, purification, transmission and distribution of water. A Public Health Engineer has to perform his job by calculating design flow, design population, design area and population density.
Today, a Public Health Engineer’s role encompasses collective responsibilities right from ensuring that water level is monitored and regulated, rivers are engineered to work with expanding populations, water and wastewater treatment systems are designed to meet growing demands, or assessing and minimising water usage in domestic and industrial applications.
A career in Civil Engineering with specialisation in Public Health offers promising prospects. Some career options that students can explore after their specialisation include:
- Building Engineering & Services
- Water Resources Engineering
- Clean Energy
- Renewable Water Resources Management
- Facility Management
- Operations Management
- Sustainable Design & Solutions
- Research & Development
Some of the key components you’ll learn include:
- Applying knowledge and technical expertise in building, analysing, testing, operating and maintaining civil, green water (fresh), grey water (waste) and associated green technologies, including the study of relevant industry standards and code of practices
- Learn the nuances of maintenance, repair and production of plumbing, sanitation and water resource equipment and its systems.
- Conceptualise, visualise and design of MEP services pertaining to plumbing and sanitation that include water supply & treatment, waste water disposal & recycling and solid waste disposal.
- Fault diagnosis, repairing industrial / domestic fresh water lines (cold and hot), making joints and carrying out pipe laying and plumbing work.