B.Tech Civil Engineering and M. Tech. Water Resources Engineering
Civil Engineers deal with the design, construction and maintenance of infrastructure such as buildings, bridges, roads, tunnels, dams, river & shipping lanes, industrial & power plants. Though civil engineers also supervise construction of built environments, they normally do not involve in the design of the same. Their forte remains infrastructure building. For being a successful civil engineer you must be willing to relocate as the projects can be at far flung places.
Core subjects of civil Engineering in most institutes include Surveying, Strength of Materials, Building Technology, Structural Analysis & Design, Design of Hydraulic Structures, Architecture and Town Planning.
After completing a BTech/BE, you can opt for MTech/MS in various specialisations such as Transportation Systems, Geotechnical Engineering, Structural Engineering, Remote Sensing, Hydraulic & Water Resources, Environmental Engineering & Management
Water resources engineers are responsible for collection and management of water in its natural form. The subject is a combination of hydrology, environmental science, meteorology, geology, conservation, and resource management.
An engineer from this discipline deals with the management of quality and quantity of different forms of water resources. They also analyze water content of earthand learns the design mechanisms of water supply networks, pipelines, drainage facilities, and so on.