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About

If we think of a structure as a human body, then structural engineers design and maintain the skeleton. They are the guardians of public safety, ensuring that buildings and bridges are strong enough to withstand all kinds of stresses and strains.

They are a key part of the design and construction team, working alongside architects to create and maintain all kinds of structure - from houses and skyscrapers to sports stadia and oil rigs.

They are creative, trustworthy problem solvers who shape all aspects of our built environment, developing innovative solutions to allow construction in the most challenging environments.

Members of The Institution of Structural Engineers are highly-trained professionals. Each has passed one of the most demanding examinations of its kind and is required to continually develop his or her skill-set, maintaining a justified reputation as a world-class engineering specialist.


Career

As a structural engineer you’ll work closely with clients, architects, contractors and other engineering professionals.

On an engineering project, you could:

  • develop engineering plans using computer aided design (CAD) software
  • investigate the properties of building materials like glass, steel and concrete, and advise on which is best for the job
  • work out the loads and stresses on different parts of a building like the foundations, beams, arches and walls
  • use computer models to predict how structures will react under different weather conditions
  • work out ways to improve the building or structure's energy efficiency
  • inspect unsafe buildings and recommend options for repairs or demolition
  • make sure projects meet legal guidelines, environmental rules, and health and safety requirements
  • prepare bids for contract tenders
  • supervise project teams
  • give progress reports to clients and senior managers

Depending on your area of expertise, you may be involved in forensic engineering, working out why and how buildings have collapsed, for instance after a natural disaster like an earthquake


Job Prospects

Structural engineers help to design and build everything from hospitals and sports stadiums through to bridges and oil rigs. They also work on improvements to existing buildings, for example, adding extra structural safety features.

To do this job you’ll need to have skills in maths and science and be good at solving problems. If you’re interested in the design and structure of buildings and have a lot of creative ideas, then this could be the ideal career for you.

To get into this career, you'll normally need to complete a degree or postgraduate qualification in engineering or construction.


Remuneration

The average salary for a Structural Engineer is Rs 518,236 per year. Experience has a moderate effect on pay for this job. The skills that increase pay for this job the most are Autocad 2000i, SAP2000, and Engineering Design. People in this job generally don't have more than 10 years' experience.

Course Structure

Section-A
Subject CodeSubject NameDownload
AMS01MATHEMATICS III Download
AMS02WATER AND WASTE WATER ENGINEERING Download
AMS03HYDRAULICS Download
AMS04BRIDGE ENGINEERING Download
AMS05SURVEYING - I Download
AMS06SOCIETY, ENVIRONMENT ENGINEERING Download
AMS07BUILDING CONSTRUCTION Download
AMS08STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS Download
AMS09COMPOSITE MATERIALS & STRUCTURES Download

Section-B
Subject CodeSubject NameDownload
AMS10SOLID MECHANICS Download
AMS11DESIGN OF R.C STRUCTURES Download
AMS12FOUNDATION ENGINEERING Download
AMS13THEORY OF ELASTICITY AND PLASTICITY Download
AMS14HYDROPOWER ENGINEERING Download
AMS15OPERATION RESEARCH Download
AMS16DESIGN OF STEEL STRUCTURES Download
AMS17ADVANCED STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS Download
AMS18ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING Download
AMS19ADVANCED FOUNDATION ENGINEERING Download
AMS20INDUSTRIAL ECONOMICS AND MANAGEMENT Download
AMS21REPAIR & REHABILITATION OF STRUCTURES Download
AMS22PRESTRESSED CONCRETE & ADVANCED DESIGN OF STRUCTURE Download
AMS23EARTHQUAKE ANALYSIS & DESIGN OF STRUCTURES Download
AMS24FINITE ELEMENTS METHOD OF CIVIL ENGINEERING Download
AMS25VALUATION OF REAL PROPERTY Download
AMS26WATER RESOURCE SYSTEM & PLANNING Download
AMS27HIGHWAY MAINTENANCE & MANAGEMENT SYSTEM Download
PROJECTPROJECT WORK Download

Project Work





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