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    Job opportunities in government and private sector for B.E (Civil Engineering) graduates?

    Hi im sujeet
    i m doing BE in civil
    i want to know exams after BE in civil for goverment jobs or best reputated job in private sector also.





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    Nilasuryan
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    Re: Job opportunities in government and private sector for B.E (Civil Engineering) graduates?

    Hi friend,
    My uncle working in water board as Junior Engineer. he only studied Diploma in civil.
    Such that you can eligible for Junior Engineer post.
    L&T is a best company for civil student. So apply the curricular vita to these companies.




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    watermelon
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    Re: Job opportunities in government and private sector for B.E (Civil Engineering) graduates?

    Hello Dear Dude ..


    Kindly follow the below Instructions

    Jaypee Group

    Larsen & Tourbo ( L & T )

    IVRCL

    Essar Constructions limited

    Hindustan Construction Company ...



    Government Sector Companies are ...

    BHEL

    BEL

    SAIL

    GAIL

    HINDUSTAN AERONAUTICS LIMITED

    AIRPORT AUTHORITY OF INDIA

    NTPC

    IOCL

    ONGC

    HPCL

    BPCL ..etc.,


    VERY GOOD LUCK


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    soumya@prince
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    Re: Job opportunities in government and private sector for B.E (Civil Engineering) graduates?

    Hi aspirant,

    CIVIL ENGINEERING:



    If any one asks about the most demanded and stable engineering course to pursue then the answer will be undoubtedly Civil Engineering.
    The craze to build eye catching infrastructures and sky touching sky scrappers has increased its demand.
    Today's one of the most valuable thing 'land' is getting unavailable day by day.
    So keeping this fact as a major concern government and builders have taken interest in building a well planned city for the present as well as future generation.
    So the number of opportunities for Civil freshers are increasing and also their probability of getting promotions.

    A nation is known by the well built infrastructures it has under its possesion.It represents the status of a nation.
    So a civil engineer has to play a greater role to build safer and beautiful habitat for all living being.
    So there is always a availability of jobs for civil engineer as ideas gets changed, modified evolved during the process of evolution.
    To pass on our thoughts to our future generation through infrastructures a civil engineer is required.


    Jobs are not only available in government sector but also in private sector.
    Government need civil engineers to plan and execute certain projects like building dam, roads, Government institutions, Industry, etc.
    Some of the job areas you can try for are:

    DLF
    IVRCL infra
    Nalco
    DRDO
    ISRO
    BHEL
    NINL
    NTPC
    Jaypee Group
    Konark Cement
    Larsen & Turbo
    IOCL
    IGDR
    IGARC
    TATA STEEL
    Ambuja Cement
    BSNL
    JINDAL
    Birla Cement
    VISA

    You can also try for Civil Services of IAS, IFS and IPS offcer exam,
    Or try for railway exams or Police CRPF exam.

    ALL THE BEST

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    sprint
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    Re: Job opportunities in government and private sector for B.E (Civil Engineering) graduates?

    Hello Friend ,

    LIST OF CIVIL ENGINEERING RELATED GOVERNMENT JOBS :=

    ==>>INDIAN OIL CORPORATION LIMITED - IOCL.

    ==>>OIL INDIA LIMITED - OIL.

    ==>>INDIAN SPACE RESEARCH ORGANIZATION - ISRO.

    ==>>BHARAT SANCHAR NIGAM LIMITED - BHEL.

    ==>> BHARAT HEAVY ELECTRICALS LIMITED - BHEL.

    ==>> DRDO.

    ==>>RAILWAY JOBS.

    ==>>. L & T.

    ==>>SAIL.

    ==>>JINDAL STEEL PLANT etc.

    THE OTHER GOVT SERVICE JOBS ARE:-

    ==>>BANKING
    ==>> RAILWAYS
    ==>> POSTAL
    ==>> TEACHING
    ==>>CBI
    ==>> RAW
    ==>> CIVIL SERVICES
    ==>> DEFENCE SERVICES
    ==>>SSC
    Etc

    All the best

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