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    rajat2
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    Is there any difference between Civil Engineering and Infrastructure Engineering?

    hello cn anyone plese let me knw wat is the difference between civil engineering and infrastrcture engineering???i m student of upes doing btech in infrastrcutre engineering???


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    vishnu16v
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    Re: Is there any difference between Civil Engineering and Infrastructure Engineering?

    hello friend,


    An infrastructure engineer is a civil engineer who specializes in infrastructure. Most universities do not offer degree programs in infrastructure engineering, so, student will often major in civil and get the specifics on infrastructure from on-site job training.



    Depends on what part you want to be involved in. Civil Engineering is more the hard technical specs of brick and mortar, whereas the Architect is more on the soft technical issues of light, color, movement and style. Both, however, may have to comply with the same codes and laws, but they have different points of view.




    If you want to design bridges, go civil.
    if you want to draw pictures of buildings and like to mess with colors, go architecture.




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    Re: Is there any difference between Civil Engineering and Infrastructure Engineering?

    difference between civil engineering(SS) and civil engineering(CE)

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    Re: Is there any difference between Civil Engineering and Infrastructure Engineering?

    what is the scope of civil engineering in future?

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    Re: Is there any difference between Civil Engineering and Infrastructure Engineering?

    what is the scope of arch?

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