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Internship Experience Under Structural Engineering

Internship Experience:

Got Internship in CIDCO, City and Industrial Development Cooperation of Maharashtra, Navi Mumbai, and was placed in the planning and designing section under the Executive Engineer (EE).

The very first day it was an introduction to what actually they do in the office and what happens on the site by there commands. Readings Architectural drawings Foundation work, Design work, Drafting, and checking out the fieldwork going the same as in the paper come under this department.

They are the Structural Engineer's coming from Btech, Mtech and some being Ph.D. The actual work of the Structural Engineer was seen there.

They get the Architectural drawings and the need to place the beams and the columns and check the loading on the structure. They use various software like AutoCAD, Revit, ETABS, STAAP Pro, his, etc. After the Draftsman makes working drawings which can be understood by the worker on the field.

Some Site Visit:

While we were there, they got some work for Substation, Bungalow, School, and a Rehabilitation work which was to be done for the one who's land has been under the New Airport Terminal being made in Navi Mumbai.

Column Making 


Actual workWall portion






We did a field visit at that place and got exposure to the fieldwork and looking at the Draftsman work comparing on paper and actual work. Almost 20-25 housework was going on at once a d that made us encourage to do such visits again.
Then a few days we studied the foundation works and the loading effects on the software namely Etabs and AutoCAD.

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