Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering : Alumni
Alumni Interaction- Mr Kabir Sethi
Mr Kabir Sethi (Batch 2011-2015) interacted with students of VI semester on “Follow your passion”. He is presently working as First Grade Pilot with Indigo and shared his experience of learning at various stages. He encouraged students to participate in extracurricular activities like sports, society fests, momentum etc along with the academics to develop team work and coordination skills. He shared the importance of summer internship for practical exposure and motivated them to learn and gain experience.
Alumni Interaction- Mr Chirag Nagpal
Mr Chirag Nagpal (Batch 2012-2016) interacted with students of IV year to enlighten them about the “Job opportunities for the Civil Engineers”. He is presently working as an engineer in Dhruv Interiors and has shared his experience of field learning at various stages. His discussion was focused on the new areas that a Civil Engineer must explore while seeking a job. He mentioned about Logistics and Supply Chain Management that are gaining interest in corporate world and how a Civil Engineer can train himself in the same. His emphasizes was on having experience on software like PRIMAVERA and courses like construction planning and management, project management etc.
Mr Ravi Yadav and Mr Aman Hari Kukreja (Batch 2010-2014) took their valuable time and interacted with students of IV year to enlighten them about the “Challenges and Opportunities available for the Civil Engineers”. Both the alumni had gained field experience for one year and then pursued MBA in Construction Technology and Management from RICS. Mr Ravi Yadav is presently working as a Business Development Analyst in Build Supply, shared various job opportunities available for Civil Engineers after graduation. He also discussed various programmes available for post-graduation. Mr Aman Hari Kukreja is a Budding Entrepreneur; he shared his experience of field learning at various stages and also importance of post-graduation after gaining field knowledge. They mentored students, helping them to decide their career option based on their skill set with an active learning of Excel, Microsoft Office and AutoCAD.
The Department of Civil & Mechanical Engineering recently organized an Alumni meet in which 30 ex-students from different batches of the Civil & Mechanical Engineering, NCU were gathered. The event was inaugurated by Mr Amit Pal Singh (Class of 2000) and Major Kuldeep Singh Yadav (Class of 2004), Ms Sakshi Gupta and Mr Chetan Arora (Class of 2011), alumni of the University. Prof. HB Raghavendra, Vice-Chancellor motivated everyone to stay connected with the University and help build a stronger campus in the corporate industry. Dr Archanaa Dongre, HoD, C&EE and Prof. Pramod Bhatia, HoD, ME addressed the gathering on the achievements of their departments, focusing on various industry interaction and MoU’s with industry and academia, Centre of Excellence and NABL accredited laboratories. The event was lined up with dance and singing performances accompanying with games with an active participation. The event was concluded on a happy note, spreading joys with the gifts. The event was coordinated by Dr Vaishali Sahu, Asst. Prof., C&EE) and Mr Anmol Bhatia, Asst. Prof., ME.
Mr Abhishek Choudhary (Batch 2010-2014) Quantity Estimator, Virtual Employees interacted with students to enlighten them on “Skill Requirement and Development for Civil Engineers”. His discussion was focused on the skill requirement that a Civil Engineer must have to be employable. He mentioned importance of learning by self and development of a skill set to increase the employability. He suggested students to learn some basic software like AutoCad and other advanced software like PRIMAVERA. He discussed the importance of summer internship for Civil Engineering Graduates as it is the best opportunity to learn the practical application of the Civil Engineering concepts learnt in class room. He suggested them to read newspaper to keep them aware of latest techniques and trends, it will further help to enhance skills.
Professional Talk On seismic Design of Multi-story buildings
Guest lecture and Alumni Interaction
The Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering organized an expert session by Mr Suresh Chandra Sharma, a Senior Consultant at Ministry of Drinking Water & Sanitation, New Delhi and a prestigious alumni. Mr Sharma interacted with the B.Tech students regarding the future endeavours in Civil Engineering. He shared his rich experience of 28 years at Public Health Engineering Department, Haryana with the students.
Mr Sharma also delivered a lecture to the students of Mechanical and Computer Science streams, studying disaster management as their open elective subject. He informed the students about various government agencies (NDRF, NIDM etc) and their role in disaster mitigation at national, state and district levels.
Mr Hitansh Thakur (Batch 2013-2017) took his valuable time and interacted with students regarding the importance of major project and summer internships. He shared his experience during his interview for selection in the Indian Army. He motivated students to understand the need to undergo internships during vacations and discussed about why internships are included as a mandatory aspect in the curriculum.