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RESULTS.........Post Graduate Thesis Awards 2015!!!!!!

 

Group 1 - Management, Design and General Architecture

 

Winner

 Mr. Sharath H Aithal

School of Architecture, BMS College of Engineering, Bangalore
Low Carbon – EW Science City
 

Runner-up

Ms. Neetha S N

School of Architecture, BMS College of Engineering, Bangalore
Green Infrastructure – Network of green open spaces, Lakes and Heritage Sites
 
 

Group 2 - Architectural Conservation, Urban Design, Real Estate development, Housing

 

Winner

Ms. Prathima N

R.V. College of Architecture, Bangalore
Investigating Lost Space in the Urban Fabric – The Blue Network of Bangalore
 

Runner-up

Ms. Ashfina T

Department of Architecture & Planning, Indian Institute of Technology, Roorkee
Redefining Cultural Identity through Architecture: An Enquiry into the Settlements of Fort Cochin and Mattancherry
 
 

Group 3 - Sustainable Architecture, Environmental architecture, Landscape Architecture

 

Winner

Mr. Netramohan Changmai

Academy of Architecture, Mumbai
Feasibility of Bamboo Insulated composite Wall In Terms of Thermal Performance
 

Runner-up

Shoaib Naushad Hanjgikar

Academy of Architecture, Mumbai
Incorporating coir pith for efficient thermal insulation and water proofing on terrace RCC slab
 

The National Final Jury  of Post Graduate Thesis Awards Program 

was conducted at Jaipur on 30th January 2015

 

Coordinating Institute

Aayojan School of Architecture, Jaipur.

Director, Prof. Kiran Mahajani

 

 

 
 
 

REFEREED JOURNAL OF COUNCIL OF ARCHITECTURE (JCOA):  ISSUE: 2, December 2014

Main Theme: Housing

 

Call for papers 

Send your abstracts to director.niasa@gmail.com and niasapune1@gmail.com

 

Deadline for submission

of Full papers / Documentation project / Book Review: 26th January 2015 (EXTENDED)

Registered architects are invited to send their research papers for review. 

 

FOR DETAILS OF PAPER SUBMISSION PLEASE CHECK ON 

http://www.niasa.org/new2/refereed-journal.aspx

 

 
National Institute of Advanced Studies in Architecture (NIASA), the Academic Unit of Council of Architecture, was instituted in July 2005, as the first institute of architecture initiated jointly by the Council of Architecture (COA) and the Centre for Development Studies & Activities (CDSA). It is a national level institute of excellence that facilitates advanced research in the various fields of architecture, to teachers of architecture, professionals and individuals / students. NIASA is presently operating from Pune, Maharashtra, lovingly called the Oxford of the East.

Functions:

NIASA is set to grow in function and stature as per the growing demands of studies in architecture. At present, it operates functions in following different areas:

1. Research in Architecture: The ever evolving faculty of architecture, in all its vastness, offers little scope of pursuing research at an advanced level, in India. NIASA hopes to supplement the need for providing a facility, at a national level, for such research.

2. Teacher's Training Program (TTP): Targeted at the rapidly growing number of teachers in schools of architecture in India, a series of TTPs, made mandatory for teachers to attend at some time or another, aims at raising the standards of teaching architecture. New methods and techniques, pertinent subjects, both technical and theoretical, are to be covered over the weeks, in 5 day packages, that will bring the best presenters and the most applicable subjects from the length & breadth of the country.

3. Continuing Education Program (CEP): Similar in structure to TTPs, but targeted towards professionals in the field, involving new theories and practices, technical updating, etc.

4. Architecture Publishing Cell: To satiate the need for books and journals in architecture, that at present are too little to constructively involve architects and students in a continuing learning and updating process, COA is in the process of organizing such articles and through its publication cell at NIASA.

5. National Aptitude Test in Architecture (NATA): It is a national level online test with drawing exam, necessary for admission to 5 year B.Arch Courses at all unaided colleges in India. We hope that soon, aided colleges will also be accepting NATA scores for admission.

6. National Electronic Library Database: NIASA is in the process of collecting library information from all the various architectural colleges of India. This data will be organised and made available online to assist independent researchers, students, faculty and even professionals in finding out exactly where a particular subject may be accessed.

7. Upcoming Projects: Digital database of teachers and experts.

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