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  1. 1. Architecture Schools and Colleges in Delhi and NCR A presentation by Aditya Kamal ARCHITECT
  2. 2. Architecture Schools and colleges in Delhi and NCR A large number of engineering colleges are offering B.Tech./B.E. degree courses but the colleges offering architecture degree course are comparatively very less. More than 19 lakhs engineers are produced every year but there are approximately 4500 seats in Architecture. Only 48 thousand architects are registered in the country till December 2012. There is an estimated shortage of 7 lakh architects in the country. With expanding global economies, rising incomes, mass migration of people from rural to urban areas as a result of mass transport systems available, the demand on architecture has increased manifolds.
  3. 3. Many students from science stream have art aptitude and likewise students from art stream have aptitude for science. They all intend to seek admission to B. Arch. course and need proper guidance. Presently the number of schools offering five years B. Arch. Degree course in the country are approximately 387 (as on 6 January 2015) and admission to the course in all schools of architecture is compulsorily through aptitude tests. The syllabus and pattern of the tests are prescribed by Council of Architecture. Some institutions accept NATA score while some accept J.E.E. score which is conducted by CBSE. We have given the list of architecture institutions in and around Delhi. We have also provided the details that which institution accept NATA and which accept JEE score. Architecture Schools and colleges in Delhi and NCR
  4. 4. Architecture Schools and colleges in Delhi School of Planning & Architecture (JEE) 4, Block-B, I.P.Estate, NEW DELHI-110 002 Vastu Kala Academy ( NATA) Aruna Asaf Ali Marg, NEW DELHI - 110 067 University School of Architecture & Planning ( NATA) GGSIP University, Kashmere Gate, Delhi-110 403 MBS School of Planning and Architecture ( NATA) Sector-9, Dwarka, NEW DELHI-110 075 K.R.Mangalam School of Architecture & Planning ( NATA) N-Block, Greater Kailash-I, New Delhi-110 048 Faculty of Architecture & Ekistics (JAMIA EXAM) Jamia Millia Islamia, Jamia Nagar, NEW DELHI-110 025 Architecture Schools and colleges in Delhi and NCR
  5. 5. Architecture Schools and colleges in NCR Architecture Schools and colleges in Gurgaon (Haryana) Sushant School of Art & Architecture ( NATA) Sector – 55 GURGAON - 122 003 Savera College of Architecture ( NATA) Farukh Nagar, Gurgaon-122001 Amity School of Architecture & Planning ( NATA) Panchgaon (Near Manesar) District Gurgaon-122 413 Architecture Schools and colleges in Delhi and NCR
  6. 6. Architecture Schools and colleges in Faridabad (Haryana) Lingaya’s University’s School of Architecture ( NATA) Nachauli, Old Faridabad-Jasana Road Faridabad-121 002 Architecture Schools and colleges in NCR Architecture Schools and colleges in Delhi and NCR
  7. 7. Architecture Schools and colleges in Rohtak (Haryana) Sat Priya School of Architecture and Design ( NATA) 0.5 km. Milestone, Jind Road ROHTAK-124 001 State Institute of Architecture & Town Planning ( NATA) Rohtak Institutional Campus, Sector-6, HUDA Rohtak-124001 Architecture Schools and colleges in NCR Architecture Schools and colleges in Delhi and NCR
  8. 8. Architecture Schools and colleges in Jhajjar (Haryana) Ganga Institute of Architecture & Town Planning ( NATA) Kablana, Bahadurgarh-Jhajjar Road Distt.Jhajjar-124104 Architecture Schools and colleges in NCR Architecture Schools and colleges in Delhi and NCR
  9. 9. Architecture Schools and colleges in Sonepat (Haryana) (All Architecture Schools and colleges in Sonepat accept NATA) Department of Architecture Deenbandhu Chhotu Ram University of Science & Technology, Murthal DIST. SONEPAT - 131 039 Gateway College of Architecture & Design Sector - 11 Sonepat - 131 001 Hindu School of Architecture Industrial Area Sonepat-131001 P.M.College of Architecture Kami Road, Sonepat-131001 South Point School of Architecture Sector-20, Purkhas Road, Near Sugar Mill Sonipat-131001 A Architecture Schools and colleges in Delhi and NCR
  10. 10. Architecture Schools and colleges in NCR Architecture Schools and colleges in Ghaziabad (U.P.) (All Architecture Schools and colleges in Ghaziabad accept NATA) Sunder Deep College of Architecture NH24, Dasna Ghaziabad-201 001 JMS School of Architecture Hapur by Pass Road Ghaziabad-245101 Ideal School of Architecture (ISA) Sector-III, Ideal Nagar, Govindpuram Ghaziabad-201003 Architecture Schools and colleges in Delhi and NCR
  11. 11. Architecture Schools and colleges in NCR Architecture Schools and colleges in NOIDA (U.P.) (All Architecture Schools and colleges in NOIDA (U.P.)accept NATA) Amity School of Architecture & Design Amity University, Uttar Pradesh Campus: E-3, Ground Floor,Sector 125 NOIDA-201 303 School of Architecture & Planning Sharda University, Plot No.32,34 Knowledge Park-III Greater Noida-201306 Accurate Institute of Architecture & Planning Plot no.49, Knowledge Park-III Greater Noida-201306 School of Architecture and Regional Planning (UPSEAT EXAM) Gautam Buddha University, Greater Noida Distt.Gautam Budh Nagar-201308 Architecture Schools and colleges in Delhi and NCR
  12. 12. Architecture Schools and colleges in NCR Architecture Schools and colleges in Meerut (U.P.) Shree Bankey Bihari Institute of Architecture (NATA) Hapur Bye Pass Meerut Architecture Schools and colleges in Delhi and NCR
  13. 13. WHAT IS ARCHITECTURE? The word architecture can have many meanings. Depending on the context, architecture can refer to: 1. any man-made building or structure 2. a man-made building or structure that is important, large, or highly creative 3. a carefully designed object, such as a chair, a spoon, or a tea kettle 4. a design for a city, town, park, or landscape 5. the art or science of designing and building buildings, structures, objects, and outdoor spaces 6. a building style or method 7. a plan for organizing space The introduction of variety of building materials coupled with their ability to support a particular form and size of a building has added to the wealth of the knowledge that Indians already possessed. With expanding global economies, rising incomes, mass migration of people from rural to urban areas as a result of mass transport systems available, the demand on architecture has increased manifolds.
  14. 14. • A wider definition may comprise all design activity, from the macro-level (urban design, landscape architecture) to the micro-level (construction details and furniture). It is the process and product of planning, designing and constructing form, space and ambience that reflect functional, technical, social, environmental, and aesthetic considerations. It requires the creative manipulation and coordination of material, technology, light and shadow. Architecture also encompasses the pragmatic aspects of realizing buildings and structures, including scheduling, cost estimating and construction administration. As documentation produced by architects, typically drawings, plans and technical specifications, architecture defines the structure and/or behavior of a building or any other kind of system that is to be or has been constructed.
  15. 15. • While the production of architectural thought requires an understanding of Art, Culture, humanities, context and identity; complexities of physical and social contexts etc that shape architecture and help in the creation of “Creative Innovations” the implementation of the architectural thought requires sound technical knowledge in the field of structures, building construction, Illumination, Acoustics, Services etc essential for the implementation and execution of the project. In addition, in the digital world, architects today should be well equipped with the knowledge of computers. • The responsibilities assigned to an architect require him to be an effective manager. An architect has to be both a team player and a leader. Not only is he required to deal with his clients and ensure the best out of his design team, but also included in his list of activities is to co- ordinate between various design and technical consultants and supervise work at site. In effect, an architect is a project planner and manager.
  16. 16. B.ARCH. DEGREE PROGRAMME • The goal of B.Arch. degree programme is therefore, to build a broad and balanced foundation for this knowledge and these abilities. The potential variety of an architect’s practice is mirrored in the educational programme. • The architecture students are trained by getting exposed to live problems, situations and circumstances. Teaching, throughout the course of five years, is based on an inter-disciplinary approach which in addition to classroom learning through lectures, slide talks, discussions, assignments, comprehension tests, etc. entails numerous site visits and on-the-spot studies. Students are encouraged to make their own observations of facts, to analyze and to evaluate them so that they may learn to reckon the relevance and applicability of investigative studies to the program requirements of creative course work in architectural design.
  17. 17. B. ARCH. COURSE • The concept and direction of architectural design, however takes shape gradually through the development of the 10-semester course. Beginning with an introduction to the theory and application of Basic Design, exercises in critical appreciation and creativity culminate in a research and/or design thesis in which a student gets an opportunity to handle all phases of architectural design. This attempt ranges from the choice of the subject of thesis, case/prototype/library studies, analysis, identification/statement of the problem and the objectives to the formulation of client’s, architect’s brief and hence to the planning and design solution.
  18. 18. ARCHITECT Any person desirous of carrying on the profession of 'Architect' must have registered himself with Council of Architecture. For the purpose of registration, one must possess the requisite qualification as appended to the Architects Act, after having undergone the education in accordance with the Council of Architecture (Minimum Standards of Architectural Education) Regulations, 1983. The registration with Council of Architecture entitles a person to practice the profession of architecture, provided he holds a Certificate of Registration with up-to-date renewals. The registration also entitles a person to use the title and style of Architect.
  19. 19. APTITUDE TEST • In terms of Regulations of the Council of Architecture, the conduct of aptitude test is mandatory for admissions to the 5-year B. Arch. course by all colleges or institutions where Architectural Education is given, leading to grant of Recognised Qualification by authorities. Such Colleges or Institutions include a University, its department, its constituent college and its affiliated college; a deemed to be University; institutions established by Act of Parliament; and National Institutes of Technology and institution for higher education declared to be a University. • No admission shall be made under the Minority Institution/Management/Non-Resident Indian/Person of Indian Origin or any another Quota unless a candidate is subjected to the aptitude test in architecture.
  20. 20. NATA/JEE [B.Arch.] • The National Aptitude Test in Architecture (NATA) conducted by Council of Architecture is mandatory for admission to first year B.Arch. course for all architectural institutions in the country, including NITs, IITs, Government Institutions, Government aided Institutions, Universities, Deemed Universities and Private Universities established by a Central or State Legislature and other private institutions. It shall be mandatory for every architectural institution imparting 5-year B.Arch. degree course in the country to join the NATA and to admit students on the basis of valid NATA marks in the said course.
  21. 21. • The JEE (formerly AIEEE) is an all India level entrance examination for both engineering/architecture streams. It comprises of separate question patterns and structure for both the streams. The JEE pattern for B. Arch/B. Planning comprises of three important parts, part 1 consists of questions from mathematics and part 2 consists of aptitude type questions and part 3 consists of drawing and sketching. It includes questions in testing the students’ aptitudes regarding people, place and environment. It is a 3 hours examination and it is usually conducted at the end of 12th standard examination. It is conducted by CBSE in India. Approximately 10,53,000 people sat for AIEEE [B.Tech.] and 95,000 appeared for AIEEE [B.Arch.] exams conducted by CBSE in May 2011. More than 1,55,000 appeared for this exam in the year 2012.
  22. 22. What is NATA?
  23. 23. NATA What you need to Know • NATA: National Aptitude Test in Architecture • National stage exam for admission to undergraduate courses in Architecture (B.Arch.) • NATA is conducted by National Institute of Advanced Studies in Architecture (NIASA) which is a body of Council of Architecture, New Delhi. • NATA is without doubt the most significant and mandatory exam for architecture aspirants.
  24. 24. How to prepare?
  25. 25. • You have to prepare on two fronts : Sketching & Aptitude. • Prepare systematically, learn, get the help of the ones who are willing to teach. • Learn perspective Drawing, shading, Colours usage.
  26. 26. Choosing college?
  27. 27. • Depending on the scores you can choose the college as per your liking in the given options during the counselling. • It is suggested you apply for other colleges individually also.
  28. 28. Global Academy of Vaastu and Design, Delhi provides the students the winning edge to stay ahead of the competition because of innovative techniques based on collective experience --Extensive and best course material --Ability to create environment that stimulates out of the box thinking --Academic expertise offers students unique shortcut and time saving techniques --Core faculties consist of team of well-known architects & educationists
  29. 29. One month crash course (Morning Batch: 9 a.m. to 12 a.m.) (Evening Batch: 4 p.m. to 7 p.m.) At: 10A/14 Shakti Nagar, Delhi -110007 And Near Hanuman Moorti, Pusa Road, Delhi - 5 For Details, Contact: 9213102764 Want to see yourself among top rankers? Join us immediately
  30. 30. Architecture Entrance Postal Coaching Available now
  31. 31. “DISTANCE LEARNING PROGRAMME” We have prepared the study material after extensive research and updated it according to the changing patterns of the entrance tests, for those students who cannot attend regular classroom coaching.
  32. 32. ADVANTAGE Focusing on Fundamentals, Perspective, Proportion and Scale, 3D sketching are the concepts given prime importance Comparison with Best Works Compare your sketches with the best done by various students and not just the best of your class.
  33. 33. CONVENIENCE No daily commuting. Just be at home, learn and improve your performance. COST EFFECTIVE No travel costs, no lodging and boarding costs, no miscellaneous expenses. No need to buy costly books.
  34. 34. With our highly RESULT oriented teaching methodology Expect to improve your sketching skills by 90% and a guaranteed seat in a prestigious architecture college.
  35. 35. We will send you seven handbooks covering the following topics : AESTHETIC SENSITIVITY& DRAWING ABILITY Buildings of Architectural Importance Worldwide Architectural Graphic symbols, Textures and Building materials Renowned Architects and Personalities Visualization: 3 Dimensional objects from 2 Dimensional Drawings Visualization: Sides of 3 Dimensional Objects Analytical Reasoning and Mental ability Introduction to Lines Introduction to Basic Shapes Skills on 2 dimensional composition using shapes Use of textures Introduction to effects of Light and Shade on Objects Techniques on Rendering Scales and Proportions Application of Colors Sketching Perspective drawings Memory sketches based on themes
  36. 36. GUESS PAPER We will provide you typical questions with their answers for memory sketching, 2-dimensional compositions and 3-D sketching. This type of solved questions will help you in cracking JEE (B.Arch.) and NATA exams.
  37. 37. OUR STRENGTH • We provide our students the winning edge to stay ahead of the competition because of innovative techniques based on collective experience • Extensive and best course material • Core faculties consist of team of well-known architects & educationists: Ashok Goel • B. Arch. From SPA, New Delhi ,P.G. Dip., [Journalism] • 34 Years professional experience. • Author of various books on Architecture and Interiors of which more than 200,000 copies have been sold out. • Founder Director of Academy of Interior Decoration teaching Interior Decoration through correspondence for the last 27 years. Aditya Kamal • B. Arch from IP University. • M. Arch. From DCRUST, Haryana • Author of books on House Design • Practicing Architect and Interior Designer • Contributed articles in various newspapers and magazines. Arjun Kamal • B. Arch from Faculty of Architecture and Ekistics • Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi • Contributed articles in various newspapers and magazines. • Assistant Professor in an Architectural College Ashok Goel Books by Ashok Goel
  38. 38. What We Teach AESTHETIC SENSITIVITY • 1.1 Architectural Expression 1.2 Buildings of Architectural Importance Worldwide 1.3 Architectural Graphic symbols, Textures and Building materials 1.4 Renowned Architects and Personalities 1.5 Architectural Awareness 1.6 Visualization: 3 Dimensional objects from 2 Dimensional Drawings 1.7 Visualization: Sides of 3 Dimensional Objects 1.8 Analytical Reasoning and Mental ability 1.9 Computer Applications in Architecture DRAWING ABILITY • 1.10 Introduction to Lines 1.11 Introduction to Basic Shapes 1.12 Skills on 2 dimensional composition using shapes 1.13 Use of textures 1.14 Introduction to effects of Light and Shade on Objects 1.15 Techniques on Rendering 1.16 Scales and Proportions 1.17 Application of Colors 1.18 Sketching Perspective drawings 1.19 Memory sketches based on themes Aditya Kamal Books by Aditya Kamal
  39. 39. Ar. Ashok Goel with Ar. Prafulla Karkhanis (President, The Indian Institute of Architects) Ar. Ashok Goel with Mr. Kapil Sibal (Cabinet Minister, Government of India)
  40. 40. Ar. Ashok Goel with Future Architects
  41. 41. SAMPLE TEST PAPER – NATA Drawing Test ( Memory Based) • • TIME ALLOWED : 2 HOURS 10 MINUTES TOTAL MARKS: 100 • • Q1. Imagine you are standing above a swimming pool just about to dive. Draw the view as seen below with humans, changing rooms, etc. (50 marks) • • Q2. Make an interesting 2-D composition with the help of squares, rectangles, triangles etc. Fill the void area with monochromatic colour scheme. (25 marks) • • Q3. Make an interesting and stable composition with one cube, three prisms & six candles in the space provided below. Light one candle & show the effect of light & shadow. (25 marks)
  42. 42. Send Demand Draft for Rs. 5000 only payable to Global Academy of Vaastu and Design payable at New Delhi. We will send you the study package by registered post immediately within one week For any clarification contact Ashok Goel (Phone: 9213102764) Send your draft to Global Academy of Vaastu and Design 10A/14 Shakti Nagar Delhi - 110007 ARCHITECTURE ENTRANCE POSTAL COACHING CHARGES
  43. 43. Contact details: www.architectureentrance.in Ashok Goel 10A/14 Shakti Nagar Delhi – 110007 Phone: 23847273 23846190 23847274 23848314 9213102764 9211540405 9250307872 Global Academy of Vaastu and Design 10A/14 Shakti Nagar Delhi – 110007 email: architecturenata@gmail.com
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