Bachelor of Architecture [B.Arch]

The B Arch program enable the candidate to apply basic spatial organization, structural and constructional principles to the conception and development of interior and exterior spaces of a building, or design neighbourhood and urban spaces. It orepares collaborative skills to identify and assume divergent roles that maximize individual talents and participate in teamwork.
The program trains students to use appropriate representational media of oration, writing, drawing, computer technology and model making with varied materials to ideate, market and execute the design. The vision ultimately is to mold the students to be an architect who cares responsible social and environmental projects.

Bachelor of Architecture [B.Arch]

Approved by Visvesvaraya Technological University (VTU), Karnataka.
Course Duration : 5 years
Eligibility :

Candidate should have passed in 10+2/ Higher Secondary / Pre University / ‘A’ Level (12 years of schooling) or its equivalent with Mathematics & English as compulsory subjects with a minimum of 50% of marks in aggregate and should have passed NATA Test with a minimum of 40%.

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Course Outcome

Career in Architecture through formal classroom teaching and practical field exposure. To reinforce intellectual capabilities, stimulate sensitivity, unveil creative talents and develop proficiency in professional skills to enable graduates to competently pursue various specializations within the broad spectrum of Built Environment. To provide opportunities to students to evolve as practitioners, the role they will eventually play as responsible members of society and profession. In this context the architects are required to be equipped with appropriate skills, understanding & knowledge and also deep commitment to professed ideals. Further the programme aims at attaining a high level of excellence in architectural design that forms the core of the programme with supportive inputs from other subjects.

Semester Details

Semester 1

  • Architectural Design - I
  • Building Construction & Materials - I
  • Graphics - I
  • Early Civilizations - Art, Culture & Architecture
  • Structures - I
  • Basic Design & Visual Arts
  • Communication Skills
  • Workshop – I

Semester 2

  • Architectural Design - II
  • Building Construction & Materials - II
  • Graphics - II
  • History of Architecture - I
  • Structures - II
  • Site Survey & Analysis
  • Art Appreciation
  • Workshop - II (Arch, Model Making

Semester 3

  • Architectural Design - III
  • Building Construction & Materials - III
  • History of Architecture - II
  • Structures - III
  • Building Services - I
  • Computer Applications in Architecture - I
  • Climatology
  • Vacation Assignment / Study Tour – I

Semester 4

  • Architectural Design - IV
  • Building Construction & Materials - IV
  • History of Architecture - III
  • Structures - IV
  • Building Services - II
  • Computer Applications in Architecture - II
  • Climate Responsive Architecture

Semester 5

  • Architectural Design - V
  • Building Construction & Materials - V
  • History of Architecture - IV
  • Sociology & Economics
  • Structures - V
  • Building Services - III
  • Computer Applications in Architecture - III
  • Theory of Architecture - I
  • Vacation Assignment / Study Tour – II

Semester 6

  • Architectural Design - VI
  • Building Construction &Materials - VI
  • Theory of Architecture - II
  • Estimating & Costing
  • Structures - VI
  • Building Services - IV
  • Contemporary Architecture
  • Working Drawing

Semester 7

  • Architectural Design - VII
  • Building Construction & Materials - VII
  • Physical Planning
  • Professional Practice - I
  • Structures - VII
  • Interior Design
  • Landscape Architecture
  • Earth Quake Resistant Structures
  • Professional Training

Semester 8

  • Architectural Design Project (Thesis)
  • Professional Practice - II
  • Elective - I & II
  • Constitutional Law

Semester 9

  • Professional Training - I

Semester 10

  • Professional Training - II

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