- Architectural Design I
- Building Construction & Materials I
- Graphics I
- Early Civilisations – Art, Culture & Architecture
- Structures I
- Basic Design I
- Visual Arts
- Foundation Workshop I
- Mid Semester Workshop I
Offered by: School of Architecture
Architecture is both a discipline and profession. It plays a key role in shaping the built environment. Through the use of technology, architecture enables the creation of functional spaces that provide for people’s needs. The B.Arch. Program will impart knowledge and skills required to design built environments required for human habitation.
Architecture is referred to as the mother of all arts. It is a form of spatial art (that shapes spaces). However, technology related to structures, lighting, acoustics, heating, ventilation, air conditioning, water supply and sanitation will have to be integrated into spatial design. By the same token, the visualized spaces must satisfy the physical and psychological needs of people.
An architect shapes the built environment of a town, city or a village by designing buildings or groups of buildings. The practice may employ assistants including architects, engineers, and supervisors and provide consultancy services in terms of design and execution.
Following an undergraduate education in architecture, one may choose to specialize in landscape architecture, interior design, conservation, urban design, Industrial Design, Visual Communication, service design etc. Such specialists offer consultancy to generalists including architects. Teaching and research are other avenues open to architects. Architects also work in related fields like computer applications, real estate, construction management, digital architecture etc.
5 Years (10 Semesters)
Candidate should have passed 2nd PUC/12th Std. or equivalent examination recognized by Central /State Govt with 50 percent aggregate marks (45% in case of reserved category). Further, they should also have secured 50 percent marks in physics, chemistry and mathematics put together and also the candidate should have passed the NATA (National Aptitude Test in Architecture) conducted by NIASA (National Institute of Advance Studies in Architecture), an academic unit of Council of Architecture, New Delhi or equivalent examination recognized by Central /State Government.
Choose CET Code E-245
The evaluation is based on the Continuous and Comprehensive evaluation(CCE) and Term end examination (TEE). The CCE is done by the course teacher / teachers on a continuous basis through out the semester as prescribed for studio courses, theory courses and practical courses. The criteria for passing is a minimum of 50 percent in the CCE and 40 percent in TEE. The aggregate of CCE and TTE will form the basis for letter grades and the calculation of semester Grade Point Average (SGPA), and Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA).