Five years of pursuit divided into ten semesters of sixteen weeks each. The program is designed comprehensively with clear links across the simultaneous subjects and progressively, across the years with an aim to reinforce the idea of collective learning. The school also offers a set of co-curricular subjects enabling the students to open their mind in other dimensions of life and education apart from architecture.

ACADEMIC
PROGRAM

THE CURRIRULUM

The Curriculum is designed to facilitate comprehensively in five major areas:

CRITICAL THINKING

Research and Analysis in architecture through understanding of social and cultural contexts, histories and theories of creating the built environment.

DESIGN

The capacity to produce Architecture by putting together various kit-of-parts with their parameters in coherent and harmonious relationship.

BUILDING

The physical and technical aspects understood through materials, their behavior and adaptability to purpose of conception, development and implementation of design.

PRESENTATION

The choice of correct means to communicate and develop the requisite skills across a range of media like drawing, model making, speech and writing.

PROFICIENCY

The ability to manage a profession with social responsibility and technical efficiency by not only acting legally and ethically but also critically and affirmatively in a society.

CO-CURRICULAR

The school conducts lectures and workshops taken by eminent personalities and professionals from their field of expertise. Conducts design competitions, debates and quizzes, inter-college tournaments and a student festival showcasing the talents and expressions of the student community.

SEMESTERS 1

1. Design studio-I (DS-I)
2. Building material & construction-I (B.M.C.-I)
3. Humanities-I (HUM-I)
4. Basic of Design-I (BOD-I)
5. Structure-I (STR-I)
6. Architecture Graphic Techniques-I (A.G.T.-I)
7. Workshop-I (WS-I)

SEMESTERS 2

1. Design studio-II (DS-II)
2. Building material & construction-II (B.M.C.-II)
3. Humanities-II (HUM-II)
4. Basic of design-II (BOD-II)
5. Structure-II (STR-II)
6. Architecture graphic techniques-II (A.G.T.-II)
7. Workshop-II (WS-II)
8. Senses and sensibility

SEMESTERS 3

1. Design studio-III (DS-III)
2. Building material & construction-III (B.M.C.-III)
3. Humanities-III (HUM-III)
4. Basic of design-III (BOD-III)
5. Structure-III (STR-III)
6. Architecture graphic techniques-III (A.G.T.-III)
7. Workshop-III (WS-III)
8. History of architecture-I (H.O.A.-I)
9. Environmental science & services-I (E.S.S.-I)

SEMESTERS 4

1. Design studio-IV (DS-IV)
2. Building material & construction-IV (B.M.C.-IV)
3. Humanities-IV (HUM-IV)
4. Basic of design-IV (BOD-IV)
5. Structure-IV (STR-IV)
6. Architecture graphic techniques-IV (A.G.T.-IV)
7. Workshop-IV (WS-IV)
8. History of architecture-II (H.O.A.-II)
9. Environmental science & services-II (E.S.S.-II)

SEMESTERS 5

1. Design studio-V (DS-V)
2. Building material & construction-V (B.M.C.-V)
3. Structure-V (STR-V)
4. Architecture graphic techniques-V (A.G.T.-V)
5. History of architecture-III (H.O.A.-III)
6. Environmental science & services-III (E.S.S.-III)
7. Elective design-I

SEMESTERS 6

1. Design studio-VI (DS-VI)
2. Building material & construction-VI (B.M.C.-VI)
3. Structure-VI (STR-VI)
4. History of architecture-IV (H.O.A.-IV)
5. Environmental science & services-IV (E.S.S.-IV)
6. Elective design-V

SEMESTERS 7

– Design studio-VII

SEMESTERS 8

1. Design studio-VIII (DS-VIII)
2. Building material & construction-VII (B.M.C.-VII)
3. History of architecture-V (H.O.A.-V)
4. Environmental science & services-V (E.S.S.-V)
5. Professional practice-I (PP-I)
6. Elective design-V
7. Elective craft

SEMESTERS 9

1. Building material & construction
2. Design studio

SEMESTERS 10

1. Thesis