Engineering and Technology


Geotechnical Engineering focuses on the behavior and properties of soil and rocks in the context of infrastructure development. It deals with the analysis and design of foundations, slopes, and retaining structures to ensure stability and safety. Geotechnical engineers perform site investigations to assess soil conditions, employ various techniques for soil improvement, and consider geological factors in earthquake-resistant designs. This track equips engineers to address challenges related to soil mechanics, foundation design, and geotechnical aspects of construction and excavation projects.

Study of soil properties, behavior, and strength to understand its response to applied loads.

Design and analysis of foundations for structures to ensure stability and safety on different soils.

Methods to enhance soil properties, such as compaction, stabilization, and grouting.

Design and construction of tunnels and underground structures considering geotechnical challenges.

Techniques for site exploration and data collection to assess soil conditions and potential risks.

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