Architecture is a collaborative art. it is a combination of possibilities.Â The first obligation of an architecture institute is to have its own discipline and identity. But that does not mean that architecture can be studied in a separation or independently. We reach outside our field, people and our institute in many ways. We ask critics, artists, environmentalists, sociologists, and others to share their ideas with us. Architecture is not a beauty contest or a style war. We must focus on how buildings work, how the user fits into the picture, how the systems are integrated--how the building is built. To thrive as art, architecture must take risks; a calculative risk. Ignoring the basics is not to make art out of building but to insult architecture up to certain extent. Great architecture is much more than pretty shapes and fancy graphics. The art of building is very different from a romp through the sandbox of media hype. Architecture is construction, context and so much more: for those who chose to be architects, it is a culture, a commitment and a lifelong path to discovery.
Passed 10+2 examination with Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics as mandatory subjects with 50% in aggregate and 50% each subject.
Passed Diploma examination with Mathematics as compulsory subject having obtained at least 50% marks (45% in case of candidates belonging to reserved category) marks in the aggregate.
Qualifying NATA (Or) Any other Aptitude Test conducted by Competent Authority of the State Government/ UT.