About this course :
The Architecture course is spread out into 5 years (10 semesters), and the following is the course spread:
Architecture: Design, Humanities, History, Theory & Criticism,
Skills: Hands on skills, Computer base skills.
Technology: Building Material, Construction, Technology, Services & Structure
Practice: Professional practice, Office/field training
Environment: Environmental science & Services
There are two types of Regular Courses (a) Theory courses (executed by only lectures) (b) Application courses (executed by studio/studies activities).
Architecture has a lot of scope in India. After getting your B.Arch degree, you can either opt for higher studies or apply for jobs. Both lead to the development of specialized skill sets that help further enhance career prospects. There are several positions in organizations for an architect such as architectural engineer, historian, building researcher, interior designer, section engineer, technologist, art director, contractor, inspector and planner.
Architect firms, consultancies, government organizations have several positions open at all times for such positions. Some public and government organizations that offer jobs for architects are Archaeological Department, Central and State Public Work Departments, City Development Authorities, Department Of Railways, Housing and Urban Development Corporation, Housing Development Corporations, Ministry of Defense, Municipalities, National Building Organization, National Institutes of Urban Affairs and Housing, Public Works Department, State Housing Boards.
The competitive world of infrastructure encompasses works including spatial design, aesthetics, safety management, material management, and several others.
Students should have completed Class 12 or equivalent with minimum 50% marks along with the compulsory subjects (PCM).
Students should have completed Class 10+ 3 year diploma course in any stream from a recognized university/ board/ institution.
Cleared NATA (National Aptitude Test in Architecture) with the 80% marks conducted by Council of Architecture (CoA)