Our Bachelor of Architecture (B.Arch) programs prepare students about architectural theory, history and practice. We believe in an institution being a place to gain knowledge and a place of self-learning. We perceive design as a self-referential discourse and a spatial conception of activity. Students are motivated to think about architecture in the context of space and time. A research-based hands-on approach is accepted where students deal with real-life issues of society so that they grow into well-rounded professionals who can be assets not only to the profession of architecture but also to the nation.
Architecture is a broad and complicated discipline, a profession and a part of a culture, an art that shapes the created environment but is also influenced by the world at large. Architects Create, Respond, Direct, and Elicit. They can draw motivation from nearly anything: rap, ballet, philosophy, the social sciences, and the expanding digital universe, but also from reflective moments of solitude, hand-wrought objects, and daily urban and domestic life.
IAS is all about imparting architecture education in the most efficient and productive ways. To this end, a module-based system has been developed wherein similar or subjects with corresponding studies are clubbed to form a module. Only one module is run simultaneously.
Design module, the most influential of all modules, comes in last, with preceding modules designed so that all learning in the earlier modules converges into better, more efficient, more detailed outcomes.
It is a five-year programme divided into two phases. We encourage students to discover forms, materials, and cultural ethos during the first three years.
The second phase of the academic plan aims to help students synthesize and integrate what they learnt in the school in three years with the current developments and attitudes in the profession.
The Admission Committee for Professional Courses (ACPC) will admit students based on merit on 75% of the sanctioned strength for each course. The student needs to register himself with ACPC after the result. 25% of seats of the sanctioned strength of each course are Management Quota, admission of which is handled by the institute as per guidelines of ACPC.
To study a full-time B.Arch programme, candidates must fulfil the eligibility requirements given below:
The aspirant must have cleared their 10+2 examination or equivalent with Maths as one of the subjects.
They must have received a minimum of 50% marks (45% marks for reserved class) in 10+2
Should have cleared 10+3 Diploma (any stream) recognized by Central/State governments with 50% aggregate marks.
Fee Structure - Rs 1,17,000 per annum
At IAS, we strive to create an environment of learning through discussions, peer reviews, juries etc. Such processes aim to communicate and understand the methodologies that everyone adapts to in a process.
Exhibitions that we conduct try to accentuate and display the same idea. It provides students with a platform to display their work and understand the works of others. Yearly, we conduct around six to seven exhibitions of students' works and invite architects and academicians to exhibit their works supported by seminars and lectures.
We usually have student exhibitions for skill modules and studios. After completing every collaborative program or comparative study, Students display the outcome through mediums of drawings, movies, models etc. This gives a common platform for all to come together and discuss contemporary issues of architecture.
At IIDEA, we have a designated team of students to work on implementing these exhibitions and have a deﬁned space where they are conducted.
Architecture is More of Art and More of Individual Idea. Everyone has there on space in this field. This profession is driven by passion.
Opportunities for B.Arch students are very high because of the boom in the construction and designing areas. They are demanded in different government and private organizations.
Architects can work in the office and the construction site. In construction firms, they work as a designer. Students can also work independently and earn occupation via consultancy.
Government Institutions are proposing jobs to the B.Arch Candidates such as Archaeological Department, Departments of Railways, Housing development and Urban Development Corporation, Public Works Department, National Building Organization, Ministry of Defense, etc.
Professional Architects can build careers as independently practicing Architects, Architects working within Architectural firms, academics concentrated on teaching and research, or within non-governmental organizations. In India, the Architectural profession is regulated by the Council of Architecture (CoA), established by Parliament through the Architects Act, 1972.