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The undergraduate program at NFC IET will provide students the necessary background to succeed within this new context and to become the future leaders of the profession. The Department of Civil Engineering is a selected group of students and faculty who is dedicated to work together to build a sustainable future through the development of our civil infrastructure and the betterment of our global environment. We have a faculty who is dedicated to excellence in undergraduate teaching and is at the forefront of engineering research. 

Mission of the Civil Engineering Program

The mission of the Department of Civil Engineering is to provide a balanced education to the students, strong in scientific, engineering, humanistic, and social basis, so that they may attain a leadership role in their profession and "use their knowledge and skills for the enhancement of human welfare and environment" 

Throughout the program, specialized skills in areas including the building design and construction are steadily introduced, providing you with the ability to understand and form the link between concept, design and physical construction. The course enables you to negotiate and manage the design process, whilst understanding how to implement technical knowledge in developing practical and creative solutions, which meet existing working practices and legislation.

On successful completion of the course, you will:

•Become fully conversant with the main aspects of the discipline, namely Civil Technology, Material testing and Professional Practice.

•Experience the development of design schemes making use of a range of presentation media including the use of computer based design and visualization tools.

•Have an understanding of the use of materials and construction methods. 

 

Employment Prospects

The construction industry is cyclical, but about 80 percent of Civil Engineers are always employed. In recent years, employment conditions have been improved for civil engineers in Pakistan.

 

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