Siksha 'O' Anusandhan, Bhubaneswar

B.Tech Civil Engineering Siksha 'O' Anusandhan, Bhubaneswar

Quick Facts

Total Fees
10.05 Lakhs
Approval
AICTE
Seats
120

Fees Details

General:
10.05 Lakhs
Disclaimer: Data for total fees has been calculated based on all years/semesters as provided by the college. The actual fees may vary.

Important Dates

For all Exams Accepted by this Course
Dates Events
04 May, 2019 Result| Mode: online
31 Mar, 2019 Form Submission| Mode: online
05 Dec, 2018 Form Availablity| Mode: online
30 Jun, 2018 Form Submission| Mode: online
20 Jun, 2018 Form Availablity| Mode: online

Course Details

  • Mode: Full time
  • Duration: 4 Years

Bachelor of Technology in Civil Engineering is four years (8 Semester) full-time undergraduate engineering program offered by Siksha O' Anusandhan University, Bhubaneshwar and approved by AICTE.

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Admission Process

The selection based on JEE Main and SAAT entrance exam.

Eligibility Criteria

A Candidate must have Pass or appearing (in the year 2019) at 10+2 or equivalent examination with Physics and Mathematics as compulsory subjects along with one of the following subjects: Chemistry / Computer Science / Information Technology /Biotechnology / Biology / Informatics / Statistics / Technical Vocational subject or any other subject as approved by appropriate authority with at least 45% marks (40% in case of SC / ST / OBC category).

Student Reviews

Good college for academics point of view

Posted on 01 Feb' 17 by Anonymous
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Batch of 2020 | B.Tech Civil Engineering
Why it is good? *I guess, some 1600+ passed out in last batch. The number would be almost double in a couple of year. College has got a huge alumni base! For a student it is mostly good to share a network with people of your alma mater. You have people with real life experience of almost everything to talk about! Arvind Kejriwal, Sanjeev Bikhchandani, Nirmal Jain many other entrepreneurs and businessmen feel they had gained a lot because of the network they had got by default as a part of being popular schools with a large base of successful alumni. *A diverse student base. You have friends from all walks of life. Some are from family of doctors, scientists, managers while some are to be first graduates in their family. Everyone has an interesting story and viewpoint. Being with such people enhances one's character. *Clubs of varied interests come up. Ranging from technical clubs of Robotics, ethical hacking, web designing etc. to fun clubs of painting, dramatics, literature etc. For a small student base it would have been difficult to start a club as you may bot have sufficient people with certain interest. *I personally can claim that I can now go to any major city in India and will have a good friend to visit and hang out with. Mumbai, Pune, Hyderabad, Bangalore, Vizag, Kolkata, Chennai, Delhi, Tatanagar, etc. *A large student base can be used to win and claim bragging rights in many popular offers and competition. A guest painter to tech-fests at ITER appealed to his students at ITER won a contest which required online voting. I do credit him for having painted brilliantly but so must have other competitors too. I would have loved to see ITER ahead in Dropbox Space Race, but sadly students are yet to have (at)iter(dot)com email ids yet. *Tough competition gives you an idea of what is waiting for you in the real world! Why is it bad? *Poor management skills create chaos on days like fresher parties, picnics etc. *Intake of not-so-good students dilutes the quality. *Hostels are crowded. Even final years share room with three other students! *Not everyone gets a chance to show his/her skills in extra curricular like sports and other competition. Too much competition, I say. *Quality of research has to suffer as faculty-student ratio is low and proper guidance in projects is always not available.
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Studies with Entertainment

Posted on 31 Aug' 16 by Anonymous
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Batch of 2015 | B.Tech Civil Engineering
I passed out from ITER in the year 2015. When I joined ITER in 2011, Placement was great that year. Be that as it may, by 2011 Placement was typical as it were. I will say on the off chance that you need to do your B.tech in Core subjects (Mech, Electrical, Civil, Electronics). Then simply read 4 years and don't expect any position from school. For IT branch understudies, Placement is great. By one means or another, you will get great teachers (selective) here, who will help you in your studies. Classroom instructing is necessary here means participation should be at least 75% to sit in exams. In the event that you are hunting down any great play areas, too bad for it. Stand out Basketball Court, where you may get an opportunity to paly when will be in the fourth year. One football cum cricket ground is there, yet not that huge, But rather reasonable. Primarily College grounds is loaded with Buildings, Road and Speed breakers. Additionally, it is a good school to do your Engineering. Be that as it may, don't expect such a great amount amid Placement. So take your official conclusion before racing through into it. What's more, toward the end of the day all relies upon you, how you need to see yourself following 4 years, So give your fullest from the principal day. You come to investigate a greater amount of yourself and have numerous chances to demonstrate your abilities. ALL THE BEST!!! :)
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