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Bachelor of Architecture

Bachelor of Architecture

School of Architecture & Planning (SAP)

  • Programme Code

    SAP0102

  • Level

    Graduate

  • Duration

    5 Years

About the Programme

The Bachelors of Architecture programme is known for its rigorous and interdisciplinary approach to professional education. The programme uniquely engages global practices through a foundation in making and conceptual thinking. The close community of talented dedicated students and faculty work together to push the boundaries of the discipline.

The fully accredited B. Arch programme is a 5 year professional course dedicated to prepare students from diverse disciplines and background for careers in architecture. The faculty has developed a highly structured and intensive curriculum where the design studio is the focal point of each semester. They learn to communicate ideas through models, drawings working fluidly and seamlessly between all models of both analog and digital representation. The studio aims at developing specific skill sets required for any child to make a progression towards further years in architecture. These include spatial understanding, understanding of scale, forms, surfaces, textures, volumes, further enhancing their architectural visual representation.

The Related Study Programme (RSP) is a part of the curriculum which is designed to expose the students to various national and international live projects of documentation, intensive hands-on-workshop under industrial expert guidance. Additional classes in history, visual representation, digital design fabrication, environmental sustainability and structures help lay the foundation for the rest of the program.

Programme Educational Objectives (PEO)

  • PEO1  Students shall be able to define architectural designs that satisfy both aesthetics and technical requirements with the adequate acquired knowledge of the history and related fields. They shall be able to appraise the physical problems, technologies and functions of buildings and summarize so as to provide justified internal conditions of comfort and protection against the climate.
  • PEO2  Students shall have an understanding of the relationship between people and buildings, and distinguish between buildings and the environment, thus being able to able to analyze the methods of investigation and illustrate the preparation of the brief for a design project.
  • PEO3  Students shall demonstrate an understanding of the profession of architecture and the role of an    architect in society and at the same time have the ability to display sensitivity towards concerns for environmental and energy issues.
  • PEO4  Students shall be able to appraise themselves with the design skill necessary to meet building users' requirements within the constraints imposed through adequate knowledge of the industries, organizations, regulations, and procedures.

Program Outcomes (PO’s)

  • PO – 1: Architectural knowledge : Apply the knowledge of design, science, engineering fundamentals, and architectural specialisations to the solution of complex architectural problems.
  • PO – 2: Problem analysis: Identify, formulate, review research literature, and analyze complex architectural problems reaching substantiated conclusions using  principles of design and architecture
  • PO – 3: Design/development of solutions: Design solutions for complex architectural problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.
  • PO – 4: Conduct investigations of complex problems: Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.
  • PO – 5: Modern tool usage: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern architecture and IT tools including prediction and modelling to complex architectural activities with an understanding of the limitations.
  • PO – 6: The architect and society: Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional architectural practice.
  • PO – 7: Environment and sustainability: Understand the impact of the professional architectural  solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.
  • PO – 8: Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the architectural practice.
  • PO – 9: Individual and team work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams and in multidisciplinary settings.
  • PO – 10: Communication: Communicate effectively on complex architectural activities with the architecture community and with society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation,  make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.
  • PO – 11: Project management and finance: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the architecture and  management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.
  • PO- 12 Life-long learning: Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and  life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.

This course is for individuals who...

are creative, wish to explore, and understand the value of the aesthetic expression. It is for students who possess innovativeness and perseverance.   

Students who are looking for...

a fulfilling career of developing and practising Indian and International architecture through artistic flair and astute judgements are an ideal fit.

Course Fee
For National Students
1st Year 200000 2nd Year 206000 3rd Year 212180 4th Year 218540 5th Year 225096
For International Students
Fee Per Semester Fee Per Year
1950 3800
Programme Structure

S.No

Paper ID

Subject Code

Subject Name

L

P

S

Credits

Remarks

Theory Subjects

1

16254

ARP 101

Communicative English - I

1

2

0

2

SEC

2

12167

ART 151

Construction Material & Methods -I

0

0

5

5

BS and AE

3

12168

ART 152

Human Values, Ethics & Constitutional Values

2

0

0

2

As per NEP

Jury Subjects

4

12169

ARJ151

Architectural Design-I

0

0

8

8

PC

5

12170

ARJ152

Architectural Visual Representation and Design-I

0

0

5

5

PC

6

12171

ARJ153

Digital Design Fabrication-I

0

0

3

3

SEC

7

12172

ARJ154

Model Making and Carpentry Workshop

0

0

3

3

PC

Practical Subjects

 

 

VAC 001

VAC-I(Orientation Workshop)

-

-

-

Non- CGPA

credit

Not shown in Mark sheet

Total Credits

28

 

S.

No.

Paper ID

Subject Code

Subjects

Teaching Load

 

Credits

Remarks (if any)

L

P

S

   

Theory Subjects

1.

 

ART

History, Theory & Criticism-I

2

0

0

2

PC

2

 

ART

Environment, Sustainability

and Services I

2

0

0

2

BS and AE

3

 

ARP

Communicative English-2

1

2

0

 

2

SEC

4

 

ART

Construction Material & Methods-II

0

0

5

5

BS and AE

Jury Subjects

5

 

ARJ

Architectural Design-II

0

0

8

8

PC

6.

 

ARJ

Architectural Visual

Representation and Design-II

0

0

4

4

PC

7.

 

ARJ

Digital Design Fabrication -II

0

0

3

3

SEC

Practical Subjects

8.

   

University Elective

0

2

0

2

 

TOTAL

28

 

S.No

Paper ID

Subject Code

Subject Name

L

P

S

Credits

Remarks

Theory Subjects

1

12112

ART 208

History, Theory & Criticism –III

2

0

0

2

PC

2

12113

ART 209

Environment, Sustainability Services-I

2

0

0

2

BS and AE

3

11974

ART 206

Architectural Structures-I

2

0

0

2

BS and AE

Jury Subjects

4

12149

ARJ 205

Architectural Design-III

0

3

7

12

PC

5

12150

ARJ 206

Digital Design Fabrication-I

0

2

2

4

SEC

6

12173

ARJ 218

Construction Material & Methods-III

0

6

2

6

BS and AE

7

12043

CCU303

Community Connect

0

4

0

2

As per NEP

Practical Subjects

8

12053

RSPC001

Related Study Progremme/Community Connect-1

-

-

-

Non- CGPA

credit

Not shown in Mark sheet

9

 

VAC 003

VAC-III(Orientation Workshop)

-

-

-

Non- CGPA

credit

Not shown in Mark sheet

Total Credits

30

 

S.No

Paper ID

Subject Code

Subject Name

L

P

S

Credits

Remarks

Theory Subjects

1

12116

ART 219

Environment, Sustainability & Services-II

2

0

0

2

BS and AE

2

12115

ART 218

History, Theory & Criticism –IV

2

0

0

2

PC

3

12012

ART 216

Architectural Structures-II

2

0

0

2

BS and AE

Jury Subjects

4

12151

ARJ 215

Architectural Design-IV

0

3

7

12

PC

5

12152

ARJ 216

Construction Material & Methods-IV

0

6

2

8

BS and AE

6

12015

ARJ 213

Digital Design Fabrication-II

0

2

2

4

SEC

Jury Elective Subjects

7

12153

AEJ 220

Trends In Architecture

0

3

 

0

 

 

2

 

PE

8

12154

AEJ 221

Textile Crafts, Art & Design

9

12155

AEJ 222

Art & Design

10

12156

AEJ 223

Product-Furniture Design

11

12157

AEJ 224

Ergonomics

12

N/A

VAC 004

VAC-IV

 

 

 

2/Non Credit

 

 

Total Credits

30

 

S.No

Paper ID

Subject Code

Subject Name

L

P

S

Credits

Remarks

Theory Subjects

1

12176

ART 308

History, Theory & Criticism –V

2

0

0

2

PC

2

12174

ART 309

Environmental, Sustainability & Services - III

2

0

0

2

BS and AE

3

11984

ART 306

Architectural Structures-III

2

0

0

2

BS and AE

Jury Subjects

4

12177

ARJ 305

Architectural Design-V

0

3

7

12

PC

5

12178

ARJ 306

Construction Material & Methods-V

0

3

3

6

BS and AE

6

11987

ARJ 303

Digital Design Fabrication-III

0

2

2

4

SEC

Jury Elective Subjects

7

11988

AEJ 307

High Rise Building

0

1

1

2

PE

8

12175

AEJ 313

Cinema in Architecture

PE

Total Credits

30

 

S.No

Paper ID

Subject Code

Subject Name

L

P

S

Credits

Remarks

Theory Subjects

1

12020

ART 315

Environment, Sustainability & Services-IV

2

0

0

2

BS and AE

2

12019

ART 314

History, Theory & Criticism –VI

2

0

0

2

BS and AE

3

12021

ART 316

Building, Estimation & Costing

2

0

0

2

PAECC

Jury Subjects

4

12022

ARJ 311

Architectural Design-VI

0

3

7

12

PC

5

12023

ARJ 312

Construction Material & Methods-VI

0

3

3

6

BS and AE

6

12024

ARJ 313

Digital Design Fabrication-IV

0

2

2

4

SEC

Jury Elective Subjects

7

12025

AEJ 317

Architecture Criticism & Journalism

0

1

 

1

 

 

2

 

PE

8

12026

AEJ 318

High Rise Architecture

9

12027

AEJ 319

Robotics

10

12028

AEJ 320

Trends in Planning & GIS

Total Credits

30

 

S.No

Paper ID

Subject Code

Subject Name

L

P

S

Credits

Remarks

Theory Subjects

1

12064

ART 403

Urbanism

2

0

0

2

PC

2

12065

ART 404

Landscape

2

0

0

2

PC

3

12066

ART 405

Professional Practice

2

0

0

2

PAECC

Jury Subjects

4

12062

ARJ 401

Architectural Design And Parametric Design-VII

0

3

7

12

PC

5

12063

ARJ 402

Working Drawing-VII

0

3

3

6

PC

Total Credits

30

 

S.No

Paper ID

Subject Code

Subject Name

L

P

S

Credits

Remarks

Jury Subjects

1

12094

ARJ 411

Practical Training/ Internship

 

 

 

22

PAECC

Total Credits

22

 

S.No

Paper ID

Subject Code

Subject Name

L

P

S

Credits

Remarks

Theory Subjects

1

12124

ART 507

Critical Study Of Art

2

0

0

2

PC

Jury Subjects

2

12118

ARJ 501

Architectural Design-VIII

2

2

8

15

PC

3

12119

ARJ 502

Dissertation

1

0

4

7

PAECC

Jury Elective Subjects

4

12120

ARJ 503

Sustainability-IA

0

3

3

6

BS and AE

5

12196

ARJ 508

Digital Design Fabrication -IB

SEC

Total Credits

30

 

S.No

Paper ID

Subject Code

Subject Name

L

P

S

Credits

Remarks

Jury Subjects

1

12158

ARJ 510

Thesis

0

1

13

20

PC

Jury Elective Subjects

2

12159

AEJ 512

Sustainability-IIA

0

3

 

3

 

6

 

BS and AE

3

12160

AEJ 513

Sustainability-IIB

Total Credits

26

 

Eligibility Criteria
For National Students
  • Sr. Secondary (10+2) with Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics  (PCM) as compulsory subjects.
  • (10+3) Diploma with Mathematics as compulsory subject.
  • Must be NATA/JEE Paper-2 qualified.
  • Refer COA for eligibility guidelines.
For International Students The eligibility criterion for all programs for international applicants is minimum 50% in the qualifying examination and having studied the pre-requisite subjects for admission in to the desired program.
Career path you can choose after the course
  • Architecture Designer
  • Architecture Engineer
  • Interior Designer
  • Architecture Draftsman
  • Architectural Historian
  • Architectural Journalist
  • Art Director
  • Building Contractor
  • Landscape Architect
  • Data Analyst
  • L& T
  • LOTUS
  • Pall India
  • Godrej
  • Evoke
  • Usha Lexus
  • WIPRO
  • ARCORP
  • Morphogenesis
  • Ikea
  • Durian
  • DLF
  • Hiranandani
  • National Building Organization
  • Ministry of Defense     Departments of Railways
  • Housing and Urban Development Corporation
  • Public Works Department

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