It is often said that civil engineering can never go out of fashion. The development of the society, particularly in terms of infrastructure is largely based on civil engineering activities. Thus a distance diploma in Civil Engineering would take the candidates at the pinnacle of success keeping in mind the development and growth happening in India and the world over.
Distance Learning Diploma in Civil Engineering
The distance course structure at National Institute of Business Studies is to reckon with, as we adapt the changing technology and methodology. The program aims at providing accessible and quality education related to the construction industry. We incorporate the changes that the industry is witnessing and as a result the program is regularly updated. Our correspondence Diploma in Civil Engineering course focuses on creating high standard, productive technicians who are able to match the essentials of Civil Engineering fundamentals. We believe that our students represent our quality of education procedure, hence we make sure that they are well prepared in advance to survive in the competitive construction industry. During our distance education diploma course, the students are introduced with various aspects of Civil Engineering including Surveying, Planning, Estimation, Drafting, Costing, Construction, Quality Control, Material Testing etc.
Duration of Distance Learning Diploma in Civil Engineering
Total Course Fee
Rs. 32,500/- (Inclusive of all charges)
The candidate must have passed 10th standard or equivalent with Mathematics and Science from a recognized Board/ University.
Distance Civil Engineering Diploma – Program Structure
Our Civil Engineering distance learning diploma covers 15 subjects in 3 years
||Civil Engineering Drawing
|Introduction of IT
|Elements of Steel Structural Design
|Soil & Foundation Engg.
Sound placement opportunities are available, both in Private & Government Sectors, for Civil Engineering diploma holders. So, make your future bright by earning diploma in Civil Engineering through correspondence by National Institute of Business Studies.