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Q - what will be future in civil engineering field? what is real estate sector and township future expected?

- Pooja

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Real Estate Sector is not at its peak these days. Though, demand and need for civil engineers will never end.

Real estate and township has moved to non-metropolitan cities like Ahmedabad, Pune, Jaipur, Noida, Surat, Bhopal, Nagpur, etc. which are developing at a faster rate; buildings, roads and other structures are being built up at large scale and many government as well as private projects are being carried out there. Demand for residential units is increasing in states like Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Gujarat, Jharkhand, Chhatisgarh, Orissa.
Government is planning many new Infrastructure related projects in big as well as small cities which will improve civil sector condition. New airports, education hubs, hospitals and metro extensions are expected. We also hope after recovery from recession, Special Economic Zones (SEZs) projects will start at large level too.
 
If someone is really interested and talented in civil engineering, civil sector still offers good opportunities and the situation may get better in near future, hopefully. If one is ready to explore possibilities in smaller cities, many options are there. We also suggest civil engineering students should specialise in new trends of civil engineering like structural engineering, Infrastructure Engineering, Architectural Engineering, Structural Dynamics & Earth Quack Engg., etc. 
But if civil engineering is not one's favourite stream, then it's good to think about other new and emerging fields or evergreen engineering disciplines.

Please Note: This answer is just our view and a suggestion only. We have used our best knowledge but still the information may not be 100% accurate and updated.

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