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Software According To Your Field of Interest
In Civil Engineering, the employer is looking for an employee to know at least 2-3 related software and used at the workplace or can be used for calculation and estimation of the work. Many Software and came to market which has changed the scenario in fieldwork and office calculation.

The classification of the software can be done in 4 parts:

Software According To Your Field of Interest

  • Drafting
Here you need to work on 
>AutoCAD Civil
>Autodesk Revit

Software According To Your Field of Interest
  • Structural Analysis & Design
Here you need to work on
>STAAD Pro
>STAAD Foundation
>ETABS
>BIM (On Tekla & Autodesk Revit)
>SAP2000
>Autodesk Infra (The New One)

Software According To Your Field of Interest
  • Project Management
Here you need to work on
>MS Project
>Primavera

Software According To Your Field of Interest
  • Estimation & Cost
Here you need to work on
>Estimation & Billing
>ProContractor Estimating
>B2W Estimate
>Sage Estimate
>PlanSwift

Software According To Your Field of Interest
  • Geoinformatics
Here you need to work on
>ArcGIS
>GeoMedia Professional

Software According To Your Field of Interest
  • Transportation Engineering
Here you need to work on
>Autodesk Infra (The latest one)
>MX Road
>Transit 
>Oscady
>Procady

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