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Diploma in Quantity Surveying – Ezdan Institute of Technology
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Diploma in Quantity Surveying

About Course 

A quantity surveyor (QS) is a construction industry professional with expert knowledge of construction costs management and contracts management. Quantity surveyors are involved in all phases of a facility’s lifecycle such as feasibility, design, construction, extension, refurbishment, maintenance, and demolition. The competencies of quantity surveyors are aimed at producing constructions that meet the client’s value system.

Quantity surveyor is a professional responsible for estimating costs and maintaining a budget for a construction company. They ensure that the structures under construction meet the required legal and quality standards. These surveyors are often involved at each stage of a project. The main pillars of a successful Civil Engineer are to validate a well-planned design, precise Survey and Estimation, Quality Analysis, and Quality Control. EZDAN delivers you best classes for an ever-booming career in Civil Engineering. 

Minimum Eligibility 

  • Diploma, B. Tech, B.E, ITI, MTech, M.E 
  • No previous experience required 

Top Skills You Will Learn 

  • Planned design 
  • Precise Survey and Estimation 
  • Civil Quality Analysis 
  • Civil Quality Control 
  • AutoCAD 2D, 3D, QTO 
  • Civil NDT 

Job Opportunities 

  • Quantity Surveyor 
  • Junior Engineer / Site Engineer (Qs & Planning) 
  • Project Engineer 
  • Structural Engineer 
  • Construction Manager 

Who Is This Program For? 

  • Professionals interested in exploring Civil 
  • Hobbyists and students who want to start their career in Civil world 
  • If you think about ‘Civil’ then think about taking this course. you will not be disappointed 

What is a quantity surveyor? 

As a quantity surveyor, you’re involved from the very start of a new construction project, working with architects to identify the resources and materials needed for it. Then you’re responsible for allocating work out to suppliers, partners and contractors, putting you in control of millions of pounds worth of expenditure. Finally, you get to see the project through to the end, monitoring the progress of your plans and keeping the client fully updated and reporting on the results. 

Some of the responsibilities associated with Quantity Surveying are mentioned below: 

  • Preparing tender, budgets, contract documents and bills of the quantities with the architect and the client. During designing the Quantity Surveyor makes sure of the fact that the design remains on budget through cost management. 
  • Tackle the cost analysis for repair and maintenance of the project work at hand. 
  • Assist in setting up a customer’s prerequisites and embrace attainability research. Perform calculated risks, value management and ensure effective cost control. 
  • Advise on a procurement strategy. 
  • Recognize, analyze and develop responses to any supposed commercial risks. 
  • Allocate work to sub-contractors. 
  • Advice on legally binding cases. 
  • Examine outcomes and write detailed progress reports. 
  • Evaluate completed work and look after payments. 
  • Understand the implications of health and safety regulations. 

A JOB SATISFYING AND DREAM CAREER IN CIVIL QUALITY SURVEYOR THROUGH TRAINING AT EZDAN 

Civil quantity surveyor online course is one of the core best online training programs we conduct worldwide to promote opportunities in the field of industrial domain and provide skilled engineers required in this field to support this industry. Our mission is to provide a pool of skilled civil engineers in this particular domain which will help in the industrial revolution to change our country to become a manufacturing hub in the world.

Syllabus

  • Introduction/Importance of quantity surveying. 
  • Role and responsibilities of a quantity surveyor 
  • Procedure of Estimation and costing 
  • Difference between Tender and Bid 
  • EMD (Earnest Money Deposit) 
  • Types of contracts 
  • Rules and measurements as per IS 1200 
  • Methods of taking out quantities -Two-roomed building 
  • Quantities of residential building 
  • Reinforcement detailing of RCC slabs 
  • Detailing of isolated footing 
  • Reinforced concrete columns 
  • RCC stair detailing 
  • Size and Quantity of Reinforcement for building works 
  • Quantity of cement and sand calculation in mortar
  • Quantities of materials for concrete 
  • Painting process 
  • Rate analysis of civil works-Elements and requirements 
  • Setting out of foundation trenches 
  • Standard size of rooms in residential building and their locations 
  • Lightning and ventilation of rooms 
  • Septic Tank 
  • Types of pipe fittings in the plumbing system 
  • Site selection for residential buildings 
  • Vaastu sastra for building construction 
  • Anti-Termite treatment 
Categories Civil
Course level:Intermediate
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