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B.Tech. (Infrastructure Engineering)

Why take this course?

Infrastructure engineering is primarily a division of Civil Engineering where emphasis lays on construction / infrastructure engineering in terms of designing, planning and environmental management of large buildings, townships, roads, bridges, transportation and other infrastructure projects. Program has been designed to create highly skilled construction and project management professionals who are well versed in planning, designing, estimating, execution and maintenance of buildings. The program also covers topics like, Transportation infrastructure that includes roads, railways, airports, dock and harbour. Lifeline infrastructure that includes bridges, dams and canals and also structures for water supply and sanitary units.

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What will I experience?

Students will have a learning experience on

  • Necessary knowledge to develop infrastructure that has a crucial effect on society in terms of aesthetics, functions, sustainability and economics
  • Rigorous knowledge of land use and urban planning through the modeling and simulation tools (BIM)
  • Costing of construction projects, gain knowledge about sustainable construction practices and also about management of material, man power and financial resources
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What opportunities might it lead to?

  • Infrastructure Engineers can choose employment in various sectors including residential and non-residential construction industries, infrastructure projects and industrial construction
  • Infrastructure Engineers can find jobs in Public sector such as PWD, Railways Department, Highways Department, Engineers India Ltd., DRDO, ISRO, BARC, ONGC and SERC Chennai
  • There is always a high demand for experienced Infrastructure Engineers globally

Degree Awarded

Bachelor of Technology

Course Commencement

July 2019

btech infrastructure engineering admissions eligibility


Pass in PUC / 10+2 examination with Physics and Mathematics as compulsory subjects along with Chemistry / Computer Science / Electronics as one of the subjects and obtained at least 60% marks (55% in case of SC/ST category) in the above subjects taken together.

B.Tech. Lateral Entry

The candidate should have a diploma or an equivalent qualification from a recognized university or institution (approved by DTE) with 45% marks (40% in case of SC / ST) in the final year examination. They are also required to clear the prescribed subjects as specified by Jain (Deemed-to-be University).

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Curriculum Structure & Teaching

I Semester

Physics Cycle

  • Applied Engineering Mathematics –I
  • Sociology and Elements of Indian History for Engineers
  • Basics of Civil and Mechanical Engineering
  • Applied Physics
  • Engineering Graphics
  • Applied Physics Lab
  • Workshop Practice
  • Induction Program

II Semester

Chemistry Cycle

  • Applied Engineering Mathematics – II
  • Communicative English
  • Basics of Electrical Engineering
  • Basics of Electronics Engineering
  • Applied Chemistry
  • Problem Solving Through Programming
  • Applied Chemistry Lab
  • Electrical and Electronics Lab
  • Problem Solving Through Programming Lab
  • Environmental Studies

III Semester
  • Engineering Mathematics –III
  • Economic for Engineers
  • Fluid Mechanics
  • Surveying Theory – I
  • Mechanics of Solids
  • Building Technology
  • Basic Surveying Lab
  • Building Materials Testing Lab
  • Energy Study

IV Semester
  • Engineering Mathematics –IV
  • Strength of Materials
  • Structural Design-I (Concrete)
  • Advanced Survey and Remote Sensing
  • Soil Mechanics
  • Business Communication and Presentation skills
  • Surveying Practice – II and Survey Camp
  • Soil Mechanics Lab

V Semester
  • Structural Analysis-I
  • Structural Design-II (Steel)
  • Foundation Engineering
  • Construction Equipment
  • Environmental Engineering Systems
  • Geotechnical Engineering
  • Computer Aided Analysis and Design (CAAD)
  • Integrated Design & Drawing-I (STEEL)

VI Semester
  • Structural Analysis-II
  • Tall Building Structures
  • Pre-Stressed Concrete Structures
  • Transportation Engineering
  • Construction Equipment
  • Hydraulic Structures
  • Hydraulic Engineering Lab & Irrigation Camp
  • Integrated Design & Drawing-I (RCC)

VII Semester
  • Highway Engineering Structures
  • Advanced Construction Technology
  • Earthquake Resistant and Special Structures
  • Elective-I
  • Elective-II
  • Integrated Design & Drawing-I (Irrigation and Other Special Structures)
  • Estimating, Costing and Professional Practice
  • Project work - Phase 1

VIII Semester
  • Construction Planning and Management
  • Open Elective-I
  • Open Elective-II
  • Internship / Project work-II (SEC)