Construction Management is nothing but the overall coordinating, planning, and controlling of a project right from the time of its ideation to execution and completion. Construction management as a career option has evolved in the past decade. It is also known as Construction Project Management in certain countries.
The place where construction management officials work, is known as the construction industry and it comprises of five sectors- civil, industrial residential, commercial and environmental.
This particular field prepares students to learn, control and manage projects in the construction industry on a massive scale. A construction manager along with his team of engineers carries out these projects. Due to ever rising demand for this career beat, most of the institutes have introduced a Masters in construction management In India to provide best competitive learning experience to the candidates as compared to other Asian and Middle Eastern countries.
He is responsible for hiring and supervising workers, direction, planning and coordination of various activities on construction sites, examining project design, selecting contractors, and monitoring supplies.
They are also responsible for submitting financial and expenditure budgets along with the performance or progress reports. These engineers who work on site are required to have a minimum graduation equivalent construction management degree from a reputed institute.
Basically they do not do any real/actual construction but are responsible for the other management activities taking place on the work field. They are responsible for construction sites 24 hours a day.
So, if you are considering a B.Tech or an M.Tech in construction management Maharashtra, Bangalore, Hyderabad and Chennai have some of the best and well known institutes offering the same.

Here are some skills that you require:
• Critical Thinking: Using logical reasoning to identify issues at workplace

• Verbal communication: leadership qualities

• People management and coordination: Team building

• Installation: Installing machines, wiring, equipment etc

• Mathematics: data solving skills

• Decision Making: Analyzing costs and benefits of potential actions

• Negotiation: Manage to resolve differences

• Active Listener: Brainstorming, group discussions

• Complex Problem Solving abilities: Identify issues, evaluate options and implement solutions

Time Management: This come without saying as they tend to work on strict deadlines

• Equipment Selection: Deciding the type of tools and equipment needed

• Repairing: Machines or systems

• Operations Analysis: Analyzing product requirements to create a design

Eligibility Criteria or UG & PG degrees

In order to pursue a bachelor's degree, you must have successfully completed and passed the higher secondary school certificate (10+2) examination. The bachelor’s degree course is for 3 years.
In order to pursue a master's degree, you must be holding a bachelor's degree. You will also have to clear the entrance examinations such as ATMA /MAT/CAT/XAT. The duration for this course is 2 years.
Eligibility Criteria for Advance Diploma Courses:

To enroll yourself for a diploma course, you must have a higher secondary education or 10+2 or equivalent. The duration is of 6 months to 1 year.

The average median salary of a Project Manager, Construction is around Rs 8.28 lacs per year while that of an Assistant Project Manager, Construction goes to around of Rs 5.52 lacs per year.
Experience has a strong influence on your package
If you wish to soar high in your career make sure to gain maximum experience across various countries or at least cities because a different culture always has an impact on the kind of work tht you do.
It is an added benefit if you have studied at any of the European countries or have a designated work experience working with the companies over there. You can expect a significant and handsome pay hike if you have international experience. A construction engineer is also regarded as an expert when it comes to creating masterpiece monuments. Their advice is considered in such projects. While certain project may take a relatively longer period of time for completion, construction engineers are expected to have patience and determination when it comes to their roles and responsibilities.
Students these days are opting for various branches of engineering but are lacking relevant practical skills to get employed; this is where the challenge lies. If you are pursuing engineering, focus on the practical aspects of learning and then the theory part. You got to be perfectly well versed with the basics in order to crack, examine issues at the workplace.

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