Admission Enquiry


The PG course offered in various engineering disciplines at Alliance College of Engineering and Design supports professionals holding undergraduate engineering degree to move forward in academics in context of challenges and opportunities in National development. The PG course is spread over two years in four semesters and inclusion of mini project, minor electives and dissertation are the special features of the curriculum. The contents of course are focused to facilitate its execution.

Course Duration

Two years (full-time)

Commence of the course

Course Duration

Mode of Study


At least 55% in B. Tech. / B.E. degree in a relevant stream from a recognized University. (50% in case of candidate belonging to SC/ST category).

Salient Features

Standard academic structure for all PG programs with uniform credit distribution.

Advanced study of specialization through core subjects, flexible and diverse program specific electives.

The curriculum is designed to provide strong fundamental knowledge in both theory and practice of the chosen area of study, facilitating interactions with subject matter experts across domains.

Focus on development of advanced knowledge and specific skills required for Industrial Development.

Inbuilt mechanism for regular upgradation of curriculum.

In semester 3 & 4 students can choose either research and dissertation (or) Industrial training and dissertation

Course Structure


Program Elective I
  • Advanced Design of RCC Structures
  • Computational Structural Mechanics
  • Design of Composite Structures
Program Elective II
  • Advanced Design of Steel Structures
  • Special Concretes
  • Light Weight Concretes
Program Elective III
  • Finite Element Analysis
  • Repair & Rehabilitation of Structures
  • Composite & Smart Materials
Program Elective IV
  • Tall Building Foundations
  • Detailing & Scheduling in Tall Buildings
  • Advanced Prestressed Concrete Design
Program Elective V
  • Tall Building Economics & Management
  • Tall Building Engineering
  • Structural Health Monitoring

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