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    Which is the best course option between B.Tech(Civil) and B.Arch?

    hi
    what is best civil or b.arch?





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    Rakesh Senapati
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    Re: Which is the best course option between B.Tech(Civil) and B.Arch?

    hello..
    B.E in civil gives you knowledge about technical as well as designing purpose..
    you will be studied other than design such as which type of building will provide more resistance to earthquake..

    and B.Arch gives you more on design and thorough knowledge of structure and design..

    so in my point of view you should go for civil..




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    anneshekar
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    Re: Which is the best course option between B.Tech(Civil) and B.Arch?

    B.ARCH is the best than the civil , as arch is a whit collar job , even tough its 5 yr course u have high demand in abroad, where as civil it is site job u need to work hard under sun . this is the only difference

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    meeru
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    Re: Which is the best course option between B.Tech(Civil) and B.Arch?

    Dear both are best, both have different future prospects and highly paid professions, now a days the scope of civil is boosted up, so go for civil, there are many good colleges in india for the same like IP, DCE, LPU, SRM, VIT, etc.

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    jeevan vintha
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    Re: Which is the best course option between B.Tech(Civil) and B.Arch?

    As per your information you have two opportunities but instead of that B.Tech in civil engineering is best option than B.Arch.
    It is best for job opportunities and also for profession .

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    DilipChakravarthy
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    Re: Which is the best course option between B.Tech(Civil) and B.Arch?

    Hello

    According to the ongoing[COLOR="rgb(0, 100, 0)"] demand[/COLOR] in engineering streams are[COLOR="rgb(255, 0, 255)"] civil,B-ARCH, and electricals.[/COLOR]

    But comparatively [COLOR="rgb(139, 0, 0)"]B-ARCH is better than civil engineering.
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    It is because in the period of engineering the civil people will be get trained only for the AUTO CAD software but where as the B-ARCH people will get trained for the AUTO CAD ,E-CAD and two more softwares which are included in their syllabus.

    Here B-ARCH people need not necessary for attending the institutions for the classes for the remaining softwares as the[COLOR="rgb(139, 0, 0)"] civil people do.[/COLOR]

    Consideratively at the time placements B-ARCH people have the more advantage of getting placed than the civil[COLOR="rgb(65, 105, 225)"][/COLOR] people.

    As per my knowledge B-ARCH is preferrably better than [COLOR="rgb(65, 105, 225)"]civil.[/COLOR]

    All the best.

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    Re: Which is the best course option between B.Tech(Civil) and B.Arch?

    Hi friend,
    Both the options will take your career in the same direction. But in point of view of future scope civil engineering is best for you in comparison to B.Arch. As in india the scope of B.Arch is very less. Very less colleges in India offers B.Arch course where as civil engineering is present in every engineering college. It is one of the oldest core branch. There are various opportunities for civil engineers in planning,designing,construction.

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    Parth Tyagi
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    Re: Which is the best course option between B.Tech(Civil) and B.Arch?

    B.Arch and B.Tech in civil Engg. are two entirely different thing. B.Arch involves planning or designing some structure such as skyscrapers , stadiums , bridges etc. where as civil engineering consist of construction of these things. In simple words architects are the one who design things and civil engineers are the one who construct them. If your interest is in planning or designing structure than go for B.Arch and if your inclination is towards how these structures are made than you must choose civil engineering. Also course of BArch is of 5 years whereas course of civil engineering is of 4 years.

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    Re: Which is the best course option between B.Tech(Civil) and B.Arch?

    Both courses have pros and cons in their own perspective. B.Arch course basically deals with the design and layout of exterior construction. Civil engineer role is to determine whether the design is practically feasible. They are responsible for the construction of the existing design. These two professionals often work side by side with mutual guidance. Creative aspects are moiré involved in B.Arch course. B.Tech civil engineering course basically deals with the technical aspects of building construction.

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    Shaenma
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    Re: Which is the best course option between B.Tech(Civil) and B.Arch?

    Architect is a designer - someone who comes up with nice looking and functional building and civil engineer is.. an engineer - someone who ensures that architect's design will be build properly - useing proper materials, proper construction etc.
    I think the profession of a civil engineer is better as you don't need to be creative and unique in your approach all the time. That will certainly take the pressure of you. Moreover its a core subject and number of companies willing hire civil engineers are countless. So i would suggest you to go for the latter.

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    Re: Which is the best course option between B.Tech(Civil) and B.Arch?

    With the data of jobs available i can say that BTech in civil engineering have more career option as compare with BArch course. BTech Civil is more demanding and provide lot of government and private jobs to choose from, whereas BArch not have that much jobs to be available, so you have to choose BTech in civil engineering because that is far more better for future and more job options.

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