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Updated on 12 Jun, 2012

Diploma in Civil Engineering (General) (DCLE(G))

Minimum Duration: 3 Years
Maximum Duration: 5 Years
Course Fee: Rs. 12,500
Minimum Age: No bar
Maximum Age: No bar


(a) (i) 10th pass with 55% marks with Physics, Chemistry & Mathematics as main subject
(ii) 10+2 with science stream with main subject as shown in 10th
(iii) Certificate of Draughtsman from ITI or from any recognised institute with main subject as shown in (i) in  10th
(iv) 10th pass in main subject as shown in (i) and 2 years of working experience in constructions industry in any capacity AND
(b) Candidates should be employed in Central or State level Construction Departments or in Public or in Private Sector construction organizations or in other related organisation employing similar manpower. 

Note: Programme Fee is per semester



The Diploma Programme in Civil Engineering seeks to provide more accessible and quality education and training to construction personnel to meet the real work needs of construction industry and prepare them for the changes in techniques, technologies, markets and employment patterns. This Programme has been designed to enhance quality and productivity of construction personnel.

The Diploma in Civil Engineering is equivalent ot Diploma offered by the Technical Education System and is equivalent to any of the similar diploma offered by any other University/Polytechnic in India.

Objectives of the Programme

The broad objectives of this Programme are to:

  • Offer need based and tailor-made academic Programme for the specific need of supervisory level manpower engaged in Construction.
  • Upgrade and modernize the technical know-how of those engaged in the construction related activities apart from the fresh entrants to the construction industry desirous of advancing their careers in Construction Industry.
  • Provide better industry-education linkage by matching learners educational needs while collaborating with professional bodies and technical institutions.



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[Updated on 11-Jul-2024]