Rapid industrialization, urbanization, infrastructure development activities and enormous consumption of natural resources have increased environmental problems and its complexity in India as well as all over the world. Villages are transforming into cities while cities are reflecting into metropolitan extent. If we consider their basic needs, they mainly include planned expansion of cities, efficient transportation systems, sustainable constructions, clean and abundant water, clean and pollution-free air, prompt and operative drainage and sewerage systems, solid waste management, effective use of natural resources and energy sources, as well as alternative energy sources and where possible, recycling etc. But developed and developing countries are facing many problems such as increasing population, informal urbanization, increasing industrialization, excess use of natural resources and pollution. As a result, we see that the overall stress is on the infrastructure and the environment, resulting in environmental degradation.
Sustainable civil infrastructure, urban and rural development, smart cities, intelligent transportation systems, systematic urbanization and industrialization, water conservation and management, energy management, environmental management, pollution control and waste management, climate change and sustainability, development and maintenance of services, facilities and systems are the future challenges and are becoming top priorities at National as well as International level. Hence there is a huge demand of Engineers who will have knowledge and expertise in the field of Civil Engineering as well as Environmental Engineering and work for the Sustainable Development and Clean, Green, Habitable and Pollution Free World.
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