Monday, 22 June 2015

Bachelor Of Architecture(B.Arch) Admissions 2015

Bachelor of Architecture, B. Arch is a five year graduate program in Architecture, design and structure of building covering the sociological, systematic and environmental aspects. The course seeks the students having skills like drawing, writing, exploration of the given topic, practical and managerial ability in identifying and solving problems and architectural presentation etc. The subjects for the Bachelor of Architecture include Mathematics, CADD, Urban Economics and Sociology History of Architecture and Interior Design etc.

Advantages or Benefits of B. Arch
  • Architecture is a profession for the people who have talents in artistic and aesthetic.
  • There is always a demand for good architects so as to utilize the entire construction space in building projects.
  • In the present scenario, architects are essential to plan and carry out building projects and to find solution for the problems related to this field.
  • Building projects and real estate is one of the largest sectors of investment in our economy; hence the profession is also getting recognitions and further career opportunities.

Eligibility Criteria for B. Arch
· Candidates should have passed 12th standard or equivalent examination with a minimum aggregate of 60% marks with Mathematics and English as subjects of study.
· 50% marks with M.P.C can try n close. (Donation may range from 2Lk to 5Lk.)
· Candidates should have passed National Aptitude Test in Architecture (NATA).
· Students appeared for 10+2 examination in March /April 2015 are eligible to apply.
· Candidates who have studied in Regular, Full Time and Formal Education are alone eligible to apply
                                                                                                                                                               Contact for more information:   9492066112, 8977368354, 040-66443636.
F.No.103, Prashanti Ram Towers near Saradhi Studio Road, Ameerpet, Hyderabad- 500016

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