TULA’S INSTITUTE focus on research as an asset, and an approach to education, ensures our graduates are in demand the world-over for their abilities to understand, and apply vision and creativity to addressing complex contemporary challenges. The Department of Civil Engineering (CE) at Tula’s Institute conducts fundamental and applied research to advance the civil engineering professions, educate future academic and industry leaders, and prepare students for careers in professional practice. Civil engineers work to sustain the natural environment while creating and maintaining the built environment. Civil engineers are essential to providing the necessities of human life, including water, air, shelter, the infrastructure, energy, and food in increasingly more efficient and renewable ways.
B.Tech (Civil Engineering)
|Course Type||:||Under Graduate|
|Course Duration||:||4 Years|
|Eligibility||:||XII with PCM|
|Admission Procedure||:||AIEEE ranking & UTU Ranking|
M.Tech (Structural Engineering)
|Course Type||:||Post Graduate|
|Course Duration||:||2 Years|
|Eligibility||:||B.Tech in Civil Engineering|
“Civil Engineering is the practice of improving and maintaining the built environment to enhance the quality of life for the present and future generations.”
Civil engineering involves the planning, design and construction of the built environment and the provision of essential services and infrastructure. Civil engineers use their sophisticated understanding of these concepts to create solutions to improve the quality of life. Construction of the built environment, which includes structures, such as buildings, bridges and tunnels, requires engineers at the forefront of technology with a breadth of knowledge and experience. Similarly, our transport systems, water supply, drainage systems, ports and harbours are all examples of essential services where civil engineers are vital in providing the most effective way of interacting with the natural environment.
Our core mission is to educate, inside and outside the classroom. We offer undergraduate degree programs in the broad areas of infrastructure and environment. Our graduate programs provide limitless possibilities at the frontier of knowledge and innovation. To address some of the greatest challenges of our time, we use pioneering approaches that range from basic scientific principles to complex engineering design, at scales from the nano to the macro. We are defined by our singular strengths, collaborative synergies, and our commitment to excellence. We foster diversity of people, research and interests, and champion the careers of our students, research scholars, staff and faculty.
We focus on interactions between the built environment and the natural world and recognize that civil and environmental engineering are crucial to meet the major challenges faced by society; including climate change, economic recovery, growing population and urbanization, conservation of natural resources, development of renewable energy sources, sustainable transport, environmental quality and infrastructure ageing and resilience. Our graduates possess the skills, knowledge and attitudes necessary to lead society’s response to these challenges.
The department’s intellectual focus is discovery and innovation to understand the world, invent and lead with creative design to sustain life and society in ever-changing environments. Emphasizing the use of quantitative approaches, Civil Engineering features two vibrant centers of gravity: environment , what exists as natural systems; and infrastructure , what is created by human activity.
Our faculty and staff are dedicated to educating our students such that they are best equipped to serve the nation and the world as professionals, scholars, academic leaders and entrepreneurs.