Department of Architecture
The institute mission is to provide innovative professionals to the field who are rooted in our cultural ethos contributing wholesomely to nation building. MISSION
The Department is the leading voice for excellence in the field of Architecture and Construction in country, demonstrating how design enhances the quality of life, while addressing important issues of society through responsible architecture and to make institute, a distinguished center of research, innovation, learning, capacity building and scholarly inquiry to become a globally competitive institution.
Architecture is the only course with an amalgamation of Technology, Science and Art. The department of Architecture was established in the year 1984 with an intake of 20 students and was later enhanced to 40 students in the year 2004. Department has in place a high quality of resources to impart Architecture education.
“To create world class quality Engineers and Technocrats capable of providing leadership in all spheres of life and society” The Department aspires to lead in the arena and era of future research in architecture and its allied fields. The contribution towards societal needs and national importance will be highest priority of the department for future. To cater the needs of academia sponsored and non-sponsored extension services are handled with high precision and competence.
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|Ms Shubhra Shrivastava|
|Ms Sangeeta Arora|
|Mr. Sanjeev Saxena|
PO1 Graduates will be able to demonstrate their knowledge and ability to apply a design-decision-making process through appropriate technical documentation in a manner that is client-centered, sustainable, aesthetic, cost effective, and socially responsible.
PO2 Graduates will be able to develop and demonstrate critical thinking through a self-reflective process of conceptualization and design thinking by analyzing, evaluating, and synthesizing ideas and information gathered through applied research grounded in information literacy.
PO3 Graduates will be able to develop a wide range of technical skills and professional architectural knowledge during schematic design to demonstrate a comprehensive application of life safety, accessibility, and sustainability issues in making sound design decisions across varying scales and levels of complexity.
PO4 Graduates will develop an ability to synthesize a wide range of variables into an integrated design solution by employing appropriate building materials, building service systems, and construction practices grounded in environmental stewardship and based on sound research and design decisions across varying scales of systems and levels of complexity.
PO5 The graduate will be able to apply the basic principles of structures and select appropriate construction materials, products, components, and assemblies, based on their inherent characteristics and performance, including their environmental impact and reuse.
PO6 Graduates will be able implement complex two and three-dimensional graphic representation techniques using a wide variety of traditional and digital media, to reflect on and explain the architectural design process to a wide range of stakeholders
PO7 Graduates will be able to demonstrate information literacy through applied research by raising clear and precise questions, using abstract ideas to clarify and express information, and considering diverse points of view, to reach well-reasoned conclusions and evaluate options against relevant design criteria, building standards, and program requirements.
PO8 Graduates will be able to utilize freehand drawing, architectural graphics, and model building skills in the solution of design problems & Communicate the entire problem solving process or method of inquiry in written, oral, and graphic ways using appropriate media
PO9 Graduates will be able to utilize computer as a tool in a wide range of documentation and presentation applications, using CADD, 3-D visualization and rendering, electronic image composition and editing software
P10 Graduates will be able to justify and defend the proposed design or planning solution within the context of aesthetic, social, political, economic, and environmental conditions.
P11 Graduates will be able to understand the need for and an ability to engage in self-directed continuing professional development and commitment to quality, timeliness, and continuous improvement.
P12 Graduates will develop an understanding on how to collaboratively lead teams of stakeholders in the process of conceiving, developing and implementing solutions to problems in the built and natural environments, utilizing knowledge of the diverse forms and the dimensions of professional practice along with associated ethical, legal, financial and social responsibilities