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B.Tech - Civil Engineering

Civil Engineering is considered one of the most versatile branch among all the branches in the field of Engineering. It is the branch with lot of diversity right from structural to transportation engineering, environmental to hydrology to hydraulics engineering, geology to geo-technology to earthquake engineering.

Eligibility : Student should have passed 10+2 Examination with Physics and Mathematics as compulsory subjects along with one of the following subjects:
Chemistry/Bio Technology/Computer Science/Biology.
Duration : 4 Years
Seats Available : 60
Seats Distribution :
GENERAL SEAT: 85%(50% Uttarakhand seats + 35% All India seats)
Admission Procedure :
B.Tech Ist Year The 100% admissions to the B.Tech Program would be made on the basis of JEE-2015 (Joint Entrance Examination) on All India Merit Basis, conducted by Central Board of Secondary Education.
The admission to 85% of the total seats (50% Uttarakhand and 35% All India) would be made through State level counselling conducted by Uttarakhand Technical University. The counseling is done on the basis of merit based on ranks obtained by the students in Joint Entrance Examination conducted by CBSE.
15 % Management admissions are made directly by the Institute by conducting Institute level counselling based on the merit of JEE Rank .
For admission to the General category seats, Uttarakhand Technical University advertises the counselling schedule in the National dailies like Times of India, Amar Ujala and Dainik Jagran etc. Detailed information can also be seen in
And for Management category admissions, candidates need to register in the College. Registration forms can be obtained from our College or could be downloaded from
The registration fee is Rs.1500 which is to be paid in the form of DD favouring BCET payable at Dehradun
Note: DD of Rs 1500 if form is downloaded from our website
NRI SEATS Out of 15% Management seats 5% seats are reserved for the NRI candidates.NRI seats would be filled up as per the AICTE norms i.e. by the NRI’s who have passed the qualifying examination with Physics, Chemistry and Maths from an institute situated outside India which is considered equivalent to 10+2 Examination by the Association of Indian Universities.