Architecture Course
  • Facilities at Indus University
  • Eligibility Criteria for admission at Indus University

Facilities & Eligibility


Laboratory Facilities at Indus University
Library facilities at Indus University


Transportation Facilities at Indus University


Hostel Facilities at Indus University


Lab Facilities at Indus University


Classroom Facilities at Indus University


Canteen Facilities at Indus University


Architecture Research Cell

In 2015, IDEA launched a research cell. It supports the instructional strategy and is mainly concerned with the overall growth of students in terms of construction materials, technology, and professional practice. To encourage students to view architecture as more than merely creating places, we introduce students to architecture's cultural and demographic significance through emerging trends with many national and international agencies. The IDEA Research Cell also serves to record, explain, and synthesize the results of such research endeavors and occasionally publishes them.

Transport Facilities for Students

Transport Facilities

We offer teacher and staff personnel safe and secure transportation options. The fleet of vehicles includes buses that travel along predetermined routes and cover more than 60% of Ahmedabad. In addition to private university buses, local buses can be used to go to campus.

Transport Facilities for Students
Canteen Facilities at Indus University

Canteen Facilities

  • Food at the canteen is well cooked considering students and faculty members' different tastes and preferences. We use steam boilers for cooking rice and vegetables for providing quality & hygienic food.
  • The food served at the canteen is examined regularly to ensure the freshness and hygiene of food. The canteen has been divided into two parts: 1. Students and 2. Staff members. Being capacious, both can accommodate about 250 students and faculty members at a time.
Canteen Facilities at Indus University
Sports and Entertainment Facilities

Entertainment & Sports Facilities

We believe that the students should evolve the coordination and enthusiasm for the studies and the athletic program. Our sports facilities will improve and develop the fitness and concentration level of the students. It increases brain to body coordination and promotes concentration levels and a sense of balance in sportspersons. Since its inception, Indus University has been teaching the students the culture of sportsmanship and spirit.

We also organize Inter College Sports Fest, Sports Meet, Indoor Games Competitions, Sports Function, etc. These events engage the students and help them discover their talent in sports.

Sports and Entertainment Facilities
Classroom Facilities

Classrooms & Labs Facilities

The classrooms are made to be learning centers by proper seating and discussion arrangements.

Classrooms are spacious and well-ventilated, with twin boards and high-quality projectors attached to the ceiling.

Classroom Facilities
Hostel Facilities for boys and girls

Hostel Accommodation

At Indus University, we understand the value of living at home and provide all the facilities and amenities that make you feel at home. The list of the essential amenities provided are:

  • Separate hostels for boys and girls.
  • Spacious, well-furnished and comfortable rooms 24/7.
  • Power supply, Wi-Fi connection, television, water purifier, water cooler, and indoor & outdoor games facilities.
  • An in-built gym & fitness center is available to promote a fit and fine lifestyle.
  • The canteen serves balanced vegetarian food, which is nutritious and appealing to taste buds.
  • First-aid is accessible on the campus, with local hospitals near the campus in an emergency.
Hostel Facilities for boys and girls
Architecture Course

Library Facilities

'Books are the carriers of civilization. Without books, history is silent, literature dumb, science crippled, thought and speculation at a standstill.' – Barbara Tuchman.

The library is spread across over 600 square meters. The place is full of informative, scientific, historical, fictional and non-fictional books, covering all the disciplines – engineering, management, research, design, aviation, English, mathematics, science and more.

It has a collection of over 36000 volumes of books, besides subscriptions for more than 250 national and international journals. Books, journals, and project reports are available on electronic devices, CDs, and DVDs.

A reprographic facility is available. An organized practice is implemented to lend book/s or other resources, maintaining coherence within the system.

Architecture Course
Saminarhall and Auditorium at Indus University

Seminar Hall & Auditorium

The objective of conferences, seminars and workshops is to gather like-minded intellectuals and professionals to exchange ideas, thoughts, and opinions related to a specific topic such as Proficiency in Verbal Communication, Acquirement of Knowledge in a Particular Field, and Development in Networking benefits from conferences, seminars and workshops.

Saminarhall and Auditorium at Indus University
Architecture Course
Architecture Course
Architecture Course
Architecture Course


Architecture Course

Admission Process

  • National Aptitude Test in Architecture (NATA) is a National Entrance Exam conducted by the Council of Architecture. Students must clear this exam to become eligible for admissions in B.Arch course.
  • Admission Committee for Professional Courses (ACPC) will admit students based on merit on 50% of the sanctioned strength for B.Arch.
  • The student needs to register himself/herself with ACPC after the declaration of qualifying examination (HCS/10+e Diploma) & NATA results 
  • For the remaining 50% of the sanctioned seats, students will be admitted by the institution under Management Quota. 

Diploma (10 + 3) to Degree admissions are open and diploma holder students will be admitted to 1st year B.Arch only after the successful completion due admission process

Eligibility Criteria

To study a full-time BArch program, candidates must fulfill the eligibility requirements as prescribed by CoA norms, given below:

  1. No candidate shall be admitted to an architecture course unless he has passed an examination at the end of the 10+2 scheme of examination with at least 50 percent. Aggregate marks in Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics and also at least 50 percent marks in aggregate of the 10+2 level examination 
  2. Or passed 10+3 Diploma Examination with Mathematics as a compulsory subject with at least 50 percent marks in aggregate.
  3. The candidate needs to qualify for an Aptitude Test in Architecture conducted by the Council of Architecture.

The applicant must pass an architecture aptitude test administered by the Council of Architecture's "NATA" or NTA (i.e., JEE).