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  • 1. 2020 A view toCIVIL ENGINEERING IN INDIAASHWINI KUMARDept. Of Civil Engg.IIT RoorkeeDATE: 17th Feb 2012
  • 2. SUMMARY• TRANSFORMATION: 2012 to 2020• ANALYSIS of DEMAND-SUPPLY of Engineers• COMPETENCY- Challenge or an Opportunity• REMEDY• NEED OF THE HOUR
  • 3. INDIA’s POPULATION• 1.22 Billion• Growth rate: 1.58%• Set to take Numero-Uno position by 2030• Rural Population: 72.2%• Urban Population: 27.8%• Projected Urban Population by 2020: 40%INDIA’s ECONOMY• Growth Rate: 8.2% of GDP (2011-2012)• 9% projected by 2020
  • 4. Two-Third of incrementalGrowth is spent in development of Physical Infrastructure
  • 5. Transforming INDIA 2012
  • 6. Transforming INDIA 2020
  • 7. CE | 2020 CE | 2012Modern Architecture
  • 8. CE | 2012 CE | 2020 Concept Buildings
  • 9. CE | 2020 CE | 2012Concept Railways
  • 10. CE | 2020 CE | 2012Concept Transport
  • 11. CE | 2012 CE | 2020 Drinking Water facilities (Including Rural India)
  • 12. CE | 2012 CE | 2020 Efficient Power Supply ( Including Rural India)
  • 13. CE | 2020 CE | 2012Concept Stadiums
  • 14. CE | 2012 CE | 2020 Clean Rivers
  • 15. CE | 2020Dedicated and CompetentCore Professionals
  • 16. Research Report: REAL ESTATE CONSTRUCTIONPROFESSIONALS IN INDIA BY 2020
  • 17. Annual Average Demand- Supply of Core Professionals in Built Environment during 2010-20204000000350000030000002500000 Demand2000000 Supply15000001000000 500000 0 Civil Architects Planners Engineers
  • 18. Analysis for FY 2011:• INDIA’s GDP= 1700 Billion USD• Investment in Infrastructure (as 5% of GDP)= 85 Billion USD= Rupees 4,25,000 CroreBy CPWD Yardsticks:9 Engineering Graduates to handle Rs. 10 Crore worth of constructionwork in case the project is handled by Govt. bodyRequired number of engineers: 3,82,500 per annumBUT-Taking in account PPP ( Public Private Participation)Only 33% of the manpower requiredGUESS ESTIMATE= 1,27,500 per annum
  • 19. Supply Side Positions:Students Graduating as Engineers ( as of 2011) = 6,00,000Strength of Civil Engg. Graduates= Roughly One-Tenth of Total Engg.Graduates= 60,00010% of cream Civil Engineering Students from different colleges will joinLUCRATIVE IT JOBS54,000About 2 % will join Management jobs, or aspire for Civil Services:53,000Available for deployment for organizing Construction and Maintenance Works ~50 % SUBSTANDARD, UNFIT FOR EMPLOYMENT ( 26,500 Competent Professionals)
  • 20. DEMAND127500SUPPLY26500
  • 21. ISSUES:• Skill gaps in Domestic Manpower• Recruitment difficulties• Sub-standard construction• Task completion within DeadlinesINABILITY TO COPE WITH THE REQUIREMENTS OFIMMEDIATE AND NECESSARY FACILITIES
  • 22. WHY THIS GAP?FOR GRADUATING ENGINEERS:NO IMMEDIATE INCENTIVESFOR INDUSTRY:NO COMPETENCY
  • 23. REMEDY Government Academia Industry
  • 24. INDUSTRY – ACADEMIA COLLABORATION TO MEET COMPTENCY Development Workshops Seminars Personality Competitions Case-Studies Internships Real World ProjectsSoftwaresField Trips MOTIVATION
  • 25. OPPORTUNITY !!!
  • 26. NEED OF THE HOURCreation a sufficient critical mass of educators and practicing engineerswho understand the complex systems nature of the problems we face as asociety, who share the same vision and have sufficient experience todefine the “new fundamentals” for educating the future civil engineers.By encouraging these renaissance engineers to come together and toconstruct model curricula, with a sufficient level of specificity and clearstandards of depth, rigor and quality of delivery, it can be ensured todemonstrate how the future civil engineering students may be guidedthrough a properly balanced applied science, systems engineeringand, civil engineering arts and crafts education.
  • 27. THANK YOU ???