Undergraduate Programs

  • Bachelor of Architecture (B.Arch)
  • Bachelor of Interior Architecture (B.Int.Arch)
  • Bachelor of Landscape Architecture (B.L.Arch)
  • Bachelor of Fine Arts in Painting (BFA-Painting)
  • Bachelor of Fine Arts in Miniature Painting (BFA-Mini.Painting)
  • Bachelor of Fine Arts in Sculpture (BFA-Sculpture)
  • Bachelor of Graphic Design (B.Des.Graphic)
  • Bachelor of Industrial Product Design (B.Des.Industrial Product)
  • Bachelor of Fashion Design (B.Des.Fashion)

Graduate Programs

  • Master of Architecture (M.Arch.)
  • Master of Interior Architecture (M.Int.Arch.)
  • Master of Visual Arts (M.V.A.)
  • Master of Fashion Design (M.Des.Fashion)

Post Graduate Programs

  • Post-Graduate Diploma of Architecture (PGD-Arch.)
  • Post-Graduate Diploma of Interior Architecture (PGD-Int.Arch.)
  • Post-Grad. Diploma of Landscape Architecture (PGD-L.Arch.)
  • Post-Graduate Diploma of Fine Arts in Painting (PGD.FA-Painting)
  • Post-Grad. Dip. of Fine Arts in Mini. Painting.(PGD.FA-Mini.Painting)
  • Post-Grad. Diploma of Fine Arts in Sculpture (PGD.FA-Sculpture)
  • Post-Graduate Diploma of Fashion Design (PGD.Des-Fashion)
  • Post-Grad.Dip. of Industrial Product Design (PGD.Des-Indust.&Product)
  • Post-Graduate Diploma of Graphic Design (PGD.Des-Graphic)

Rules & Regulations

Masters of Architecture (M.Arch)

Architecture is the creation of human environments and an expression of human values and a context for human activity. Architecture addresses the interrelated environmental, behavioral and cultural issues that underlie the built form through a design process.
The objectives of the school of architecture reflect the view that architecture is an intellectual discipline; therefore the programs are based on the following intentions:

Educational Objectives:

  • To stimulate artistic sensitivity and creative powers.
  • To strengthen intellectual growth and the capacity to develop creative and responsible solutions to changing problems.
  • The Master of Architecture program builds on your undergraduate experience and emphasizes integration and research-led design inquiry through studio-based projects.
  • To help the student acquire the individual capabilities necessary for the competent practice of architecture.


  • The student of architecture is called upon to direct sensitivity, imagination, and intellect to the physical significance of various issues in designing a coherent environment for people.
  • This course provides those skills and prepares you for professional registration as an architect.


  • 30 Credits, 3 semesters, Full-time or Evening/Week-end Classes.

Eligibility/Admission Requirements:

B.Arch. /BCRP/B.Engg. (Civil)/B.Int.Arch./B.L.Arch./BFA/B.DES. Or equivalent (16 year of Education) with CGPA of 2.5