Bachelor of Architecture
Bachelor of Architecture
Bachelor of Architecture Program
The Institute of Architecture’s curriculum links together the professional training necessary for a career in the field, but also the creative problem-solving and liberal arts preparation that is critical for navigating the challenges of today’s world.
- Candidates must have a valid NATA score (National Aptitude Test in Architecture) conducted by Council of Architecture (COA) or Equivalent as per statutory norms.
- No candidate shall be admitted to the architecture course unless she/he has passed an examination at the end of the 10+2 scheme of examination with at least 50% aggregate marks in Physics, Chemistry & Mathematics and also at least 50% marks in aggregate of the 10+2 level examination or passed 10+3 Diploma Examination with Mathematics as compulsory subject with at least 50% marks in aggregate.
- Architectural Technologist
- Interior and Spatial Designer
- Production Designer- Theatre/Events/Visual Media
- Historic Buildings Inspector/Conservation Officer
- Mentor in Scholastic Field
- Planning and Development Surveyor
- Town Planner
- Building Surveyor
- Landscape Architect
- Product Designer
|Annual Fee Per Student For Five Years Of B Arch||Seats To Be Filled By The Commissioner For Entrance Examinations (50%)||Seats To Be Filled By The Management(50%)|
|25% (Lower Income Group)||25% (Others)||35% (Management)||15% (NRI)|
|No Of Seats||10||10||14||6|
|Yearly Tuition Fee||55000||55000||Up To 137500||Up To 220000|
|Yearly Special Fee||NIL||25000||40000||40000|
|Interest Free Refundable Deposit For Five Years||NIL||NIL||175000||175000|
- Liquidated Damages as per norms would have to be paid by the candidate discontinuing the B.Arch Program after taking admission. Refer KEAM Prospectus.
- Liquidated Damages as per clause mentioned in memorandum of understanding signed with Statutory Bodies.
- MERIT CUM MEANS SCHOLARSHIP
- E-GRANTZ SCHOLARSHIP
- CH MUHAMMED KOYA SCHOLARSHIP
Scholarships are available for qualified students. Please contact us for more information. *conditions apply
“An artist can make a cart with square wheels, but an architect can’t.” – Louis Khan
“I thought architecture would be just drawing and stuffs But when we got here we could knoe that what architecture really is. Architeture is beyond drawings. There is a lot more to it. Having the ability to draw beautiful pictures doesn’t hurt but let’s pull the curtain back and be honest here for a minute… Architects communicate through their drawings – we aren’t making art.“
Jasim C Muhsin
Student Council Member
“Architecture entails a timeline, as well as an expression of lifr, the society and talents of many people. It is a useful art and like painting and sculpture, it can also be a fine art that touches all our lives.without architecture, there would be no buildings or art of any kind. the world of architecture is everywhere. It has been one of the major conquests of humanity to design structures to bring the thrill of lasting beauty to the eye of the beholder. Whether it is a symbolic monument or a long awaited residence, a rewarding experience belongs to the architect and years of pleasure o those who view the structure. “
“I had some good oppurtunities. I was lucky to have the chance to do things differently.Architecture is my way of expressing ideas. My approah to architecture strives to reinterpret traditional architectural principles into a modern sense that exprass timeless elegance.We need to feel that life is important, we need that fantasy so we can live little better. We have tohave dreams, even if they never come true.“
“ Architecture is basically constituted of the aesthetic, the engineering and the social aspects. The built environment which is made up of designed spaces and the activities of people are inter-related and inseparable. It is for us to understand this interrelationship and put it down appropriately on paper. The way the buildings are designed to fulfill the needs of social requirments can be said to be the compliance of social aspects in architecture. “