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N. Soundarya

Assistant Professor

soundaraya.nagarajan@ggnindia.dronacharya.info

Dear students,

Civil engineering is one of the most promising career fields for engineers. In this sector, one designs, develops and oversees construction of many types of buildings, roadways and infrastructure projects. Civil engineers earn a very high pay and play an important role in community development. You can also play a key role by leading environmentally friendly roadway, waterway and sewage projects. As you design and develop structures, you can often incorporate your concerns for its environmental impact. With great importance comes significant job pressure. The buildings and projects you head up as a civil engineer are sometimes massive in scope and budget. Failures can lead to significant losses for your company, or a raise in the company's insurance premiums. Faulty engineering can also lead to calamities in communities from building degradation, road and bridge problems and water system malfunctions. Thus this is a department in which you need dedication and dedication comes through discipline. 

Hence I wish to most importantly say that without discipline there can be no scientific advances, no industrial or technological achievement, and no settled system of law, no exploration and no development. Discipline is essential for personal growth and national prosperity. Absence of it can lead to failure, defeat and backwardness. Respect of parents, teachers and elders should be given importance. Honesty and integrity and doing a duty with devotion and dedication should be stressed. There should be a spirit of harmony, co-operation and mutual respect co-existent among fellow human beings. All should follow the rules and regulations laid by law. Discipline means full realization of the sense of responsibility. This will bring progress and prosperity in the society and the nation.

ALL THE BEST

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