Civil engineering is the science of building buildings and roads and infrastructure.
In India, it is also the most popular field of study, with the number of PhDs awarded per capita at more than 3,000.
But the country’s civil engineers are the most skilled in the country.
The field is known for the number and quality of its students, with nearly a third of the PhDs going into the field in the past five years.
The average tenure of a civil engineering PhD is over 30 years, according to the National Institute of Civil Engineering (NICE).
But this is not the case across the world, with a few countries even giving tenure to civil engineers with a higher average than India.
A recent study from the Centre for Science and Technology Policy Research (CSPR) showed that India has some of the highest numbers of PhD graduates in the globe with about 3,300 PhDs in civil engineering.
However, the country is ranked in a distant third on the list of most educated countries, with India’s share of the world’s population at just 7.2%.
India has some unique features that make it stand out from other countries.
It has a relatively high level of literacy, with more than 70% of its population having a high school diploma or above.
The country has also taken steps to ensure equal opportunity for its citizens, including gender parity in civil engineer positions.