How do I get a civil engineering experience when no one would hire me even with my degree?

Updated on : January 21, 2022 by Theo Stevens



How do I get a civil engineering experience when no one would hire me even with my degree?

You need to search more, in the right places and, most important of all, on the web. Most people get their job done through networking.

I'll tell you about some of the ways my civil engineer friends found their first job:

  • Network and be willing to travel - This friend of mine spent 7-8 months looking for work. He went to graduate school in Atlanta, couldn't find a job, so he moved to Los Angeles for a couple of months and began working for free in the field for a small business while applying for a job. I still couldn't find anything in California. He moved to New York and finally found a job. You are now a senior manager in your company. During
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You need to search more, in the right places and, most important of all, on the web. Most people get their job done through networking.

I'll tell you about some of the ways my civil engineer friends found their first job:

  • Network and be willing to travel - This friend of mine spent 7-8 months looking for work. He went to graduate school in Atlanta, couldn't find a job, so he moved to Los Angeles for a couple of months and began working for free in the field for a small business while applying for a job. I still couldn't find anything in California. He moved to New York and finally found a job. You are now a senior manager in your company. During those 7-8 months, he sent over 900 emails, went in person to meet, or called as many project managers or senior civil engineers that he could. He told me that he would look up all the vice presidents' email addresses and ask for their advice. Met up with a bunch of them. If you haven't sent 900 emails, you haven't looked hard enough.
  • Get a job in a small business: My other friend went to a geotechnical lab and convinced the owner to give him a job for about $ 10 an hour. Meanwhile, he kept applying, 9 months later, he got a great job in a large structural company. They liked his attitude and the fact that he had worked at a geotechnology company and understood that side. If you haven't applied consistently for 9 months, you haven't looked hard enough.
  • Use your connections: One of my other friends didn't find a job until much later than most of the others. He emailed his classmates and asked if they could pass on his resume to their employers. Got one of the best job offers through presence and referrals. If you haven't tried that strategy, you haven't looked for the best resource for finding work.

It is difficult and you have to find the best way for yourself. If you really want the experience, there are a lot of small companies that have a hard time finding talent. If the worst time comes and they don't hire you, ask to work for them for free for 3 months on a trial basis and make a deal with them to hire you once they see your value.

Just keep trying! Now I have had two experiences when it took me more than a year to find a job in Civil Engineering. The first time, I was adamant about staying within civil engineering to complete the experience requirement necessary to test for the physical education licensure exam. The second time I already had my physical education license, I was more open to anything that paid similarly to what I could demand within civil engineering.

The first time was during the downsizing of the Boston “Big Dig” project, when many civil engineers in the area were laid off, flooding the market with more experienced engineers. The second you

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Just keep trying! Now I have had two experiences when it took me more than a year to find a job in Civil Engineering. The first time, I was adamant about staying within civil engineering to complete the experience requirement necessary to test for the physical education licensure exam. The second time I already had my physical education license, I was more open to anything that paid similarly to what I could demand within civil engineering.

The first time was during the downsizing of the Boston “Big Dig” project, when many civil engineers in the area were laid off, flooding the market with more experienced engineers. The second time was in the wake of the "Great Recession" of 2008. The first time I had to move about 80-90 miles away to accept a job at a small primarily residential land development company for a disappointing salary. The second time I was only hired because I was willing to travel for three or more weeks a month around the world in project support in a construction management / owner representative role.

If you're a recent graduate and still struggling, try setting foot in the door of a company as a copywriter or surveyor. I have seen some editors change engineers with time and experience. Sooner or later, all companies will be pressed for time to get projects out the door. As a copywriter with an engineering degree, you'll be able to help take over, especially if it's a type of project you've written many times before, such as a personal sanitation field plan. Once you've written a few of them, you'll basically get the required setbacks from the field of property lines, wells, buildings, and wetlands. With that information and an engineering degree, you should be able to collaborate and do the designs yourself.

I can give you some tips for the field of construction management, which I entered after receiving my civil engineering degree.

Pick a big city. I will use New York as an example. Look online and learn a little about the big construction management companies in town. Lend Lease, Skanska, HRH, Turner, TDX, Structure Tone, would be New York examples. These firms are always staffing for new projects, but staffing is done by senior vice presidents, vice presidents, and project executives, not human resources. Therefore, you need to call these people directly, all of them. Be courteous but persistent. the

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I can give you some tips for the field of construction management, which I entered after receiving my civil engineering degree.

Pick a big city. I will use New York as an example. Look online and learn a little about the big construction management companies in town. Lend Lease, Skanska, HRH, Turner, TDX, Structure Tone, would be New York examples. These firms are always staffing for new projects, but staffing is done by senior vice presidents, vice presidents, and project executives, not human resources. Therefore, you need to call these people directly, all of them. Be courteous but persistent. The worst that can happen is that they start joking about how they each got a phone call from the same kid, but then they'll hire you.

To get the names and direct numbers of the people I tell you to call, you may need to get creative. You will find some names online. Talk to the main receptionist. Talk to the guys in the blueprint room, see what new jobs are starting and who is running them. See if someone will give you a copy of the company's phone book. Start calling, end each call with "Can I check back in a week?"

Do what I tell you, make getting a job your full time job for the next two months and you will get a job.

Remember: persistent, but polite.

I think the reason behind this is

You're looking in the wrong places OR

You expect more than you deserve.

First, due to the huge availability of newer engineers, it is difficult to get such a new job, especially if its basic concepts are not clear.

Most of the newbies look for a high paying job in the best companies, but let me tell you that civil is the branch of experience, that is, unlike the IT field in this field, experience is priority than your level of education . So, if you are looking for an office job or a high-level job, then you are looking in the wrong place.

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I think the reason behind this is

You're looking in the wrong places OR

You expect more than you deserve.

First, due to the huge availability of newer engineers, it is difficult to get such a new job, especially if its basic concepts are not clear.

Most of the newbies look for a high paying job in the best companies, but let me tell you that civil is the branch of experience, that is, unlike the IT field in this field, experience is priority than your level of education . So, if ypu is looking for an office job or a high-level job, then you are looking in the wrong place. Every civil engineering student has to start from the bottom to get to the top. Students seeking the first position without prior experience face many problems during the execution of their work. You should always start from the bottom (site supervisor, basic steel / concrete designer, estimator in training, etc.).

How to look for work:

  • First, select your field of interest (structural design, surveying, estimating and costing, site monitoring / management, etc.) If you are unsure of your interest, search for any of the above fields, once you start working, you will know your field of interest.
  • After selecting your field of interest, go to local companies, contractors, or engineers and try to get a job in them. Don't expect a big income, you may have to work for free for a few days (Too many engineers, if you can't, someone else will)
  • Once you get the job, learn as much about the job as possible. The more diverse the project you work on, the more diverse knowledge you'll get. If you are not satisfied with the result of the job, change the job. Don't limit yourself to work that is useless in terms of acquiring knowledge.
  • After at least 6 months of experience (12 months recommended) ypu are free to go to any higher level job.

Best of luck…

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Is a Civil Engineering Degree Worth It?

It depends on you.

If you like working with numbers, solving logically challenging problems, and working on long-term projects with a multidisciplinary team, then yes, it is worth it.

A career in Civil Engineering can offer incredible opportunities.

Not only will we always need civil engineers (everyone I graduated from now has jobs in the field, at least those who really wanted one), the role of an engineer is varied, interesting, and challenging.

Your day to day will normally be made up of things like

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I need to answer this in two parts - bear with me.

Is a Civil Engineering Degree Worth It?

It depends on you.

If you like working with numbers, solving logically challenging problems, and working on long-term projects with a multidisciplinary team, then yes, it is worth it.

A career in Civil Engineering can offer incredible opportunities.

Not only will we always need civil engineers (everyone I graduated from now has jobs in the field, at least those who really wanted one), the role of an engineer is varied, interesting, and challenging.

Your day-to-day will generally be comprised of things like calculations, numerical modeling, drawings, reports, meetings with other teams and clients, and on-site staff / writer management.

All of these different things make work challenging enough that it remains interesting and varied enough that you don't have to do a task over and over again.

Plus, at the end of the day, you've built something that will last for many, many years.

(I really want to be old and retired, and I still see the structures I worked on holding up.)


You also mentioned that you are currently studying Computer Science and want to switch to Civil Engineering, because you think you will enjoy it more.

This is a very common desire, much more than people realize.

I'll try to generalize it to anyone else going through something similar:

“I am not enjoying my current degree and studying X seems much more attractive. Should I make the switch? "

Here's the thing.

After the first year or two of your degree, no matter what you are studying, things are going to get tough. And they are going to get boring.

The excitement of your title will fade, and you will suddenly realize that you can envision yourself being much happier following a different career path.

This is a massive version of the "grass is always greener" syndrome.

It happens to everyone.

If you are seriously considering changing, you need to understand that this is what is causing your new desire.

It is not that you have chosen the wrong path for yourself.

It's just that you are going through the difficult part of your title, while comparing it to the attractive parts of another.

Realize that any new path you want to follow will also have parts that are just as boring and difficult. In terms of Civil Engineering, don't think you'll get by without endless math classes, health and safety courses, and materials-only modules. (I still have nightmares about a complete module and an exam about concrete. Literally, just concrete).

I'm not saying that if you are unhappy with your title, you should ignore your feelings and stick with it anyway.

But make sure you are absolutely sure that the new path will better suit what you want out of life, because getting there will involve as much hard work and boring material as the one you are facing right now.

Thanks for A2A.

Make sure your resume looks good enough that companies don't want to lose you.

I'll tell you one thing.

Companies can have tax benefits if they hire newbies and train them for 1 year. Therefore, companies visit engineering colleges and recruit freshmen even though they have required a number of engineers with them.

If you are from India, you can follow them to make your resume look good.

1. Maintain a decent 7+ GPA (grades cannot quantify your knowledge, but this will be a key factor during shortlisting of your resume).

2. Learn AutoCAD, Staad pro. (Learn well). Revit / ETABS are

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Thanks for A2A.

Make sure your resume looks good enough that companies don't want to lose you.

I'll tell you one thing.

Companies can have tax benefits if they hire newbies and train them for 1 year. Therefore, companies visit engineering colleges and recruit freshmen even though they have required a number of engineers with them.

If you are from India, you can follow them to make your resume look good.

1. Maintain a decent 7+ GPA (grades cannot quantify your knowledge, but this will be a key factor during shortlisting of your resume).

2. Learn AutoCAD, Staad pro. (Learn well). Revit / ETABS are optional

3. IMPROVE YOUR KNOWLEDGE (Through ASCE magazines, nptel videos and many other useful civil engineering related videos on YouTube, etc.)

4. Participate in work presentations and workshops (preferably IIT's and NIT's). Go to their technical festivals. You have the opportunity to learn a lot. (Try to get a certificate of merit there.) Trust me, it's not that difficult.

5. Select a good topic for the end of the year project. Try something new. (Avoid traditional concrete test projects if possible.)

6. Internships: I agree that it is during the summer break after the second / third year, but make sure you learn something during that time as well.

As a civil engineer, you need to know how things work on the site. The internship is a golden opportunity to find out that.

7. You can take some certification courses while you are in engineering. Believe me, they are very useful. (For example: LEED certification)

8. Try to partner with the Indian Society of Technical Education (ISTE) and the Institution of Engineers (India) IEI.

9. Along with studies, you must participate in extracurricular activities such as NCC, NSS, etc.

In addition to all of the above, develop your communication skills. That is all.

You will be better than other civil engineers in your class.

You don't need to work for free. You have the right to be paid for the work you do for the company.


Now let's move on to post-engineering career or college options. (In India)

You have many options once you complete civil engineering in India (I don't know much about opportunities abroad) that can put you in a better position.

1. GATE: you can try. (If you are so desperate to do M.Tech at some of the big name institutions)

M.Tech in Transportation Engineering

M.Tech in Structural Engineering

M.Tech in Water Resources Engineering

M.Tech in Geotechnical Engineering

M.Tech in Environmental Engineering, etc.

2. IES: Indian Engineering Services. Trust me. You are now eligible to apply. (INCLUDING CIVIL SERVICES)

3. PSU: If you are technically strong, you can request PSU. Nowadays they mainly depend on the GATE score. So get ready to GATE. Take your best shot.

Some government departments, such as the Department of Atomic Energy, etc., conduct their own recruitment examinations. Follow their ads.

4. State Government Jobs: Comparatively Easy to Break (Do you know how hard it is to break HEIs?)

You are even eligible for banking jobs in India. (Bank purchase orders)

5. Jobs at construction giants like L&T, Tata Projects, SPCL, HCC, etc .: Attend their interviews. Go to their respective websites, look for the CAREERS option, talk to human resources people, or send them your resume in the mail. If luck favors you, you may get a call to attend your interviews.

6. Higher education: MBA or Construction / Project Management, etc. in India -

You can also try CAT with your engineering degree. If you are lucky, you can enter some IIM.

If you want to move on to management after civil engineering, you can also think about construction management / project management programs offered across India.

You get a white collar job with a decent salary after completing these programs.

Some colleges are listed below where you can pursue construction / project management.

Construction Technology and Management Course -IIT Delhi and IIT- Madras

The Construction Technology and Management course -IIT Delhi gives more weight to the Technical Aspects of Construction.

National Institute for Construction Research and Management

Programs offered from Pune, Hyderabad, Goa and Indore. Visit their website for more details.

NICMAR gives more weight to the managerial aspects of construction.

(Most expensive option of all: D)

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RICS School of Built Environment, Amity University (UGC Approved)

Established in early 2013 as an industry-led initiative, it has the support of leading employers and the Ministry of Urban Development.

It offers various programs such as:

MBA in Real Estate and Urban Infrastructure,

MBA in Construction Project Management,

MBA in Construction Economics and Quantity Survey,

MBA in Infrastructure Management, etc.

Global Institute for Construction Research and Management

This institute offers Postgraduate Diploma in some courses (approved by AICTE)

For more details, visit GICMAR (Global Institute for Construction Management and Research)

Maharashtra Institute of Technology - Pune

This institute offers a postgraduate diploma in construction and project management.

They are all equally good from a professional point of view.

Some institutes offer computer-aided programs for civil engineers. Civil engineers and architects are eligible for this course.

There are some more reputable institutions that offer similar courses.

7. Higher studies abroad: GRE, TOEFL, IELTS whatever.

8. If you are interested in urban planning or urban planning, there is an institute in Delhi (School of Planning and Architecture) that offers a graduate degree in various disciplines. Even this is a good option.

Let me tell you this. Don't worry even if you don't get any of the above,

You can still take some certification courses in different courses available online or through distance education. Believe me, you can improve your knowledge.

Please list all certification courses / distance education courses you have taken on your CV. (Something is better than nothing)

You have many other options. I just listed everything that came to mind.

FEEL PROUD. YOU ARE A CIVIL ENGINEER.

All the best :)


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I did my bachelor's degree at a not so good university called Galgotias College of Engineering and Technology. Yes, all 120 students, I was placed at Samsung Engineering Ltd. and another 2 were placed at a not so well known developer company. I assumed it was the fault of the university leadership that none of my friends were placed. The same year I deleted Gate and entered the IITB for my postgraduate degree. It was then that I realized the true reality of internships in the civil engineering sector. I consider the B.Tech students at IITB to be one of the best students out there. Even here, the highest package of a civilian student

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I did my bachelor's degree at a not so good university called Galgotias College of Engineering and Technology. Yes, all 120 students, I was placed at Samsung Engineering Ltd. and another 2 were placed at a not so well known developer company. I assumed it was the fault of the university leadership that none of my friends were placed. The same year I deleted Gate and entered the IITB for my postgraduate degree. It was then that I realized the true reality of internships in the civil engineering sector. I consider the B.Tech students at IITB to be one of the best students out there. Even here, the highest package a civilian student could get from on-campus placements is between 8 and 10 lac rupees, which is considerably less than what students from other branches receive.

Unlike other branches like CSE and IT, we are not prepared to work. A CSE or IT guy will start to win for your company as soon as you join the company, as the languages ​​and coding they learn are in direct use in their jobs. But for us civil engineers, we are not even good enough to build a column or a beam on our own. We need a lot of preparation and training before we start doing the basics. The experience of the site that we receive during our courses is minimal or non-existent and the structure designs that they teach us are too basic and idealistic by nature, that they are useless in real life. No one is going to ask you to design an insulated beam or insulated column. It is always a complex framework that we have never been taught to design.

So the point is, we are downright negative when we complete our engineering degree and are not ready for work. We require at least a year to get basic things done in the real world of engineering. Therefore, civil engineering companies are almost always looking for people who already have some experience and do not want to invest in teaching a new kid.

Far from there. In fact, I went from the Mechanical Engineering curriculum halfway to Civil Engineering because I was convinced that Civil would be a more viable career in the long run.

I know that the individual fields within ME and CE vary greatly, but let's do an extreme simplification for the sake of comparison:

ME designs and manufactures cars, CE designs and builds houses.

Millions of cars on the road are the result of a handful of MEs. Your work, once done, can be repeated many times.

Millions of buildings required millions of different designs per CE. Because no building can be a replica

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Far from there. In fact, I went from the Mechanical Engineering curriculum halfway to Civil Engineering because I was convinced that Civil would be a more viable career in the long run.

I know that the individual fields within ME and CE vary greatly, but let's do an extreme simplification for the sake of comparison:

ME designs and manufactures cars, CE designs and builds houses.

Millions of cars on the road are the result of a handful of MEs. Your work, once done, can be repeated many times.

Millions of buildings required millions of different designs per CE. Because no building can be reproduced due to variations in code, ground conditions, politics, public opinion, natural disasters, community art style, etc.

What field do you think requires more people?

The EC is also much less likely to be outsourced because much of the work is not technical, but political.

Good luck outsourcing the policy ... we barely understand it ourselves ...

1) You can join any construction company as junior engineer, assistant engineer, site engineer, etc. (you will get around 20k per month in the beginning).

2) You can write the GATE exam and if you get a good ranking there are opportunities in public sector companies like ONGC, IOC, BPCL, BARC etc. Competition to enter is tough.

3) You can work as a design engineer in some construction consulting company, and after getting 2-3 years of experience, you can go abroad. The UAE offers a really high salary for experienced civilians.

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1) You can join any construction company as junior engineer, assistant engineer, site engineer, etc. (you will get around 20k per month in the beginning).

2) You can write the GATE exam and if you get a good ranking there are opportunities in public sector companies like ONGC, IOC, BPCL, BARC etc. Competition to enter is tough.

3) You can work as a design engineer in some construction consulting company, and after getting 2-3 years of experience, you can go abroad. The UAE offers a really high salary for experienced civil engineers.

4) You can join any IIT, NIT for Mtech and once completed you can be absorbed by some companies through Campus Placements.

5) Even if they don't place you after M.Tech, you can apply and get a teaching job at some reputed Engineering College and you will get at least 25k per month.

6) You can write the IES exam and thus get a very respectable job in the Railway Engineers Service of India, the Railway Shops Service of India or the Central Engineering Service or Engineers Service of Indian Defense or Indian Artillery Factories Service (IOFS) or Central or Central Water Engineering Engineering Service (Highways) or Border Highway Engineering Service

7) You can get a job from CPWD (Central PWD) or PSU writing resp exams.

8) You can request a course on CSIR. They will offer you a course on selective specializations and you can get a job there.

9) You can write the L&T exam for some scholarship (I forgot the name). They will sponsor you to learn Construction Management at IIT M and then you will get a job at L&T.

Choose M.Tech in Civil Engineering with a specialization of your choice.

Generally speaking, you have the following options for choosing an M.Tech graduate degree.

Structural engineering

Traffic and transportation engineering

Hydraulic and Water Resources Engineering

Environmental engineering

Geotechnical engineering

Construction management

Geoinformatics

(If I have missed an important branch, please share it in the answers below)

To do this, you must study for GATE. This means that you should not only get a good score on the exam, but you should also try to get good grades / percentage in the third and last year.

Get a job after graduation

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Choose M.Tech in Civil Engineering with a specialization of your choice.

Generally speaking, you have the following options for choosing an M.Tech graduate degree.

Structural engineering

Traffic and transportation engineering

Hydraulic and Water Resources Engineering

Environmental engineering

Geotechnical engineering

Construction management

Geoinformatics

(If I have missed an important branch, please share it in the answers below)

To do this, you must study for GATE. This means that you should not only get a good score on the exam, but you should also try to get good grades / percentage in the third and last year.

Get a job after graduation

Los ingenieros civiles pueden trabajar en departamentos gubernamentales, multinacionales, unidades del sector público (UPM) y organizaciones privadas. Hay oportunidades en los grandes proyectos de construcción emprendidos por agencias gubernamentales centrales y estatales.

Some of the top companies that hire Civil Engineering graduates:

Jaypee Group

Gammon India Ltd.

Balaji Railroad Systems Ltd

Punj LLoyd Group,

Jaiprakash Associates

Nagarjuna Construction Company,

GMR Group

Hindustan Construction Company (HCC)

Expert Technology

Hiranandani Construction Pvt. Ltd

Godrej Properties

Prestige estates

Oberoi Reality

DLF

IVRCL Infrastructure & Projects Ltd

Dr. Kelkar Consultants Pvt. Ltd

Larsen and Toubro

Nircon Engineering Consultants

RDS Projects Ltd

Macro Marvel Infrastructure Corporation Ltd

Potential Consultants

Simplex Projects Ltd

Vadakar and Associates, etc.

Shapoorji Pallonji & Company

Sobha Developers Limited

(Please add more names in replies below)

Public Sector Companies hiring Civil Engineering Graduates:

NTPC - National Thermal Power Corporation Limited

BHEL - Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited

ONGC - Oil and Natural Gas Corporation Limited

HAL - Hindustan Aeronautics Limited

GAIL - Gas Authority of India Limited

SAIL - Steel Authority of India Limited

IOCL - Indian Oil Corporation

BSNL - Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited

ISRO - Indian Space Research Organisation

Go for UPSC Examinations

Civil Engineers can appear for IES (Indian Engineering Services), IPS or IAS exams.

Go for M.S. in Civil Engineering in U.S. UK, South East Asia or Australia

Depending on your score in GRE, preferably 300+ you can choose one of the top ranking universities for M.S in civil engineering with a specialisation of your choice.

Start a civil engineering startup in India

Though there are very few names in India, the picture is changing quite fast. This is an untapped market and therefore has the biggest potential. Civil Engineers can team to innovate and come up with ideas that better the process of design & construction.

Getting a job for a new one is the easiest from my point of view for a civil engineer, but why don't most new ones get a job? You know why? In fact, in their last year of graduation, everyone is dreaming about their packages comparing them to their friends. But, the thing is that as cooler civil engineers they need to work for free also sometimes without weekends and Sundays holidays. That is why they are returning and looking for multinationals or some good companies, they do not realize that experience is the only weapon for a civil engineer, so in the initial stage they will surely strive

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Getting a job for a fresher is the easiest thing in my point of view for a civil engineer but,why most of the fresher's are not getting jobs? Do you know why?actually in their graduation final year,all are Dreaming about their packages by comparing with their friends. but,thing is as a civil engineering fresher they need to work for free also sometimes that too without weekends & Sunday holidays.so for that reason they are coming back and looking for MNC or some good companies,they don't realize that experience is the only weapon for a civil engineer,so in the initial stage sure they will struggle upto when they are Experienced.my best suggestion is take your resume ,then go to near by construction companies definitely you will get a job.before all these things get out of from comfort zone. you won't satisfy your hunger towards salary but if you are experienced then that time definitely your eyes will satisfy with your salary...

One more thing is that now most of the institutes have come and are offering special courses along with placements.

Yes, it is definitely possible. First you have to go and ask the site in charge or the project manager for permission. Repeated visits to the site will be necessary. Bring a notebook, camera, and 5m steel tape to record details. Interact with the site engineer or site supervisor and you will learn a lot from him. You need to stay focused and dedicated on the site you visit, or else you may miss out on some "technical briefs" that engineers apply on the site that you can't find in any textbook. This will help you get first-hand experience on the sites that can help you in job interviews and the UN.

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Yes it is definitely possible. First you have to go and ask the site in charge or the project manager for permission. Repeated site visits will be necessary. Carry a notebook, camera & and a 5m steel tape to note down the details. Interact with the site engineer or site supervisor and you will learn lots from him. It is necessary to stay focused and dedicated at site you visit or else you may miss out some “technical quickies” engineers apply on site which you can’t find in any text books. This will help you gain first hand experience about the sites which may help you in job interviews and understand the civil engineering course better. There is one back draw that you can’t put this experience on paper or your resume. Instead you can offer to work part time for any small civil consultants, builders, developers near you for a meagre sum or no money at all. This will help you learn more in the project planning phase which you will never see at site. The advantage is after you work with them for more than 1 year then they may offer you a job offer in their company for their projects (which happens in most of the cases).

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