FAQ

Fire safety is the set of practices intended to reduce the destruction caused by fire. Fire safety measures include those that are intended to prevent the ignition of an uncontrolled fire and those that are used to limit the development and effects of a fire after it starts.

As most people and organizations don’t care about fire safety it’s obvious to not get employed if you are a fire safety engineer. But still, there are places where it’s needed. I won’t discourage anyone to not do it just because people don’t care about it. There are places where it’s given important. And who knows you may do something in this field to raise awareness. By doing that you will not only be securing your career but you will save hundreds of lives. And I will be one of those thousands of people in India who will thank you

Fire and safety engineers are the professionals who know,

  • How to control the starting of a fire,
  • How to control the spreading of fire
  • How to control the severity to people, property, and environment from fire

The Companies or industries with fire risk like Oil and Gas, Petrochemical industries the number of fire and safety officer requirements are High.

Even in Hospitals, restaurants, shopping malls; they are hiring fire and safety officers to manage the fire risks. Normally the nature of the job is to ensure the fire alarms, firefighting equipment, fire evacuation plans are available and effective.

In India, the pay ranges from as low as 10 K per month to 1 L per month depending on the company and course studied and experience.

The average salary for a Safety Engineer is Rs 363,402 per year. Most people with this job move on to other positions after 10 years in this field. Experience strongly influences pay for this job.

Interested students need to apply through Parmanand College of Fire Engineering & Safety Management online application. Visit “How to Apply” to learn more.

This degree program is designed for career-bound professionals in fire protection and fire safety and engineering. The core competencies you will learn in this program will make you a highly skilled and sought-after leader for large-scale manufacturers, insurance companies, safety, and standards-setting organizations, government agencies, and fire departments. As with other graduate programs at Case Western Reserve, engineering faculty members, as well as the university career placement services, will work with students to assist in their job placement.

In order to gain the full benefits of this program’s experiential learning focus, students need to be on campus to participate in labs and other active-learning models.

In order to gain the full benefits of this program’s experiential learning focus, students need to be on campus to participate in labs and other active-learning models.

Because this is only a one-year program, students are encouraged to invest the year and delve into the program full-time. However, the required coursework can be spread over multiple years to accommodate employment or other special cases.

 

The majority of the required and elective courses will be offered at the start or the end of the business day, in order to minimize interruption of those students who are also employed in the region.

 

Yes. A career in the Fire Safety domain is has a lot of requirements nowadays. Students who want to start earning at the earlier phase of their education can think of this course.

 

Yes. Having a government-affiliated certification of fire safety domain will help build your profile & will also build your basic platform of understanding.

Well, it varies from course to course & the experience you have in this domain. Having a certification done in this domain is a good start & can give you a monthly salary from INR 8,000/- to 35,000/- based on the requirement & of course the amount of knowledge gained during the course. An experienced person can get an annual salary starting 5 Lakh. Many of our PCFSM students have served companies internationally as well.

Yes. We recommend confirming if your current domain has any ‘link’ with the fire safety domain. For example, if your current experience is in the Civil domain, then having knowledge of fire engineering & safety management will certainly bring value to your skillset

We at PCFSM have a track record of more than 80% student placement. Having said that, we cannot guarantee student placement. Learners will also require to put the effort in order to make them self-job ready.

Yes. Fire Engineering & Safety Management domain is primarily practical centric & will help you distinguish separately amongst the crowd. We at Parmanand College not only concentrate on theoretical knowledge, but we also train students practically by conducting regular practical sessions, fire drill attachments, safety sector industrial visits, exhibition center visits. Please visit our Facebook page – www.facebook.com/firesafetyc for understanding the scope of practical sessions covered by us.

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