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  • Symbiosis Skills and Open University

    B.Arch

    (Bachelor of Architecture)

    Programme Structure-Teaching Pedagogy, Evaluation Scheme

    & Syllabus

    2018-19

  • FIRST YEAR B.ARCH SEMESTER I

    S.No. Course Code Course Title Teaching Scheme Periods/Week Total Hours

    Credits

    Lecture L

    Tutorial T Studio ST

    Skill S

    01 ARCH101

    Architectural Design Foundation-I 0 0 4 4 8 6

    02 ARCH102

    Building Technology & Materials-I 1 1 3 1 6 4

    03 ARCH104 Architectural Graphics-I 0 0 3 2 5 4

    04 ARCH105 Humanities 1 0 1 0 2 2

    05 ARCH106

    Skill based Elective/ Workshop -I 0 0 0 2 2 2

    06 ARCH107

    Structural systems & design-I 0 0 2 1 3 2

    07 ARCH108 Climatology 0 0 2 0 2 1

    08 ARCH109 Theory of Design-I 0 0 2 0 2 1

    09 ARCH110 Computer Application-I 0 0 2 0 2 1

    10 IDSC-101 Communication Skills-I 0 0 0 3 3 3

    Total 35 26

  • FIRST YEAR B.ARCH SEMESTER II

    S.No. Course Code Course Title Teaching Scheme Periods/Week Total Hours

    Credits

    Lecture L

    Tutorial T Studio ST

    Skill S

    01 ARCH111

    Architectural Design Foundation-II 0 0 4 4 8 6

    02 ARCH112

    Building Technology & Materials-II 1 1 2 1 5 4

    03 ARCH114

    Architectural Graphics- II 0 0 3 2 5 4

    04 ARCH115 History of Architecture-I 1 1 1 0 3 2

    05 ARCH116

    Skill based Elective/ Workshop -II 0 0 0 2 2 2

    06 ARCH117

    Structural systems & design-II 0 0 2 1 3 2

    07 ARCH118 Sociology/Anthropology 0 0 2 0 2 1

    08 ARCH119 Theory of Design-II 0 0 2 0 2 1

    09 ARCH120 Computer Application-II 0 0 2 0 2 1

    09 IDSC-102 Communication Skills-II 0 0 0 3 3 3 Total 35 26 Internship 8 weeks 8

  • SECOND YEAR B.ARCHSEMESTER III

    S. No. Course Code Course Title Teaching Scheme Periods/Week Total Hours

    Credits

    Lecture L

    Tutori al T

    Studio ST

    Skills S

    01 ARCH201 Architectural Design I 0 0 4 3 7 5

    02 ARCH202

    Building Technology & Materials-III 1 1 2 1 5 4

    03 ARCH203 Landscape Architecture-I 0 0 2 1 3 2

    04 ARCH204 Architectural Graphics-III 0 0 3 1 4 3

    05 ARCH205 History of Architecture-II 1 0 1 0 2 2

    06 ARCH206

    Special Skills Workshop - III 0 0 0 2 2 2

    07 ARCH207

    Structural systems & design-III 0 0 2 1 3 2

    08 ARCH208 Surveying & Levelling 0 0 2 0 2 1

    09 ARCH209 Theory of Design-III 0 0 2 0 2 1

    10 ARCH210

    Computational Design Studio-I 0 0 2 0 2 1

    11 IDSC-201 Personal Enhancement Skills-I

    0 0 0 3 3 3

    Total 34 26

  • SECOND YEAR B.ARCH SEMESTER IV

    S. No. Course Code Course Title Teaching Scheme Periods/Week Total Hours

    Credits

    Lecture L

    Tutori al T

    Studio ST

    Skills S

    01 ARCH211 Architectural Design II 0 0 4 3 7 5

    02 ARCH212

    Building Technology & Materials-IV 1 1 2 1 5 4

    03 ARCH213

    Landscape Architecture-II 0 0 2 1 3 2

    04 ARCH214 Working Drawing-I 0 0 2 1 3 2

    05 ARCH215

    History of Architecture- III 1 0 0 1 2 2

    06 ARCH216

    Special Skills Workshop -IV

    0 0 0 2 2 2

    07 ARCH217

    Structural systems & design-IV 0 0 2 1 3 2

    08 ARCH218 Building Services-I 1 0 2 0 3 2

    09 ARCH219 Theory of Design-IV 0 0 2 0 2 1

    10 ARCH220

    Computational Design Studio-II 0 0 2 0 2 1

    11 IDSC-201 Personal Enhancement Skills-II 0 0 0 3 3 3

    Total 35 26 Internship 8 weeks 8

  • THIRDYEAR B.ARCH SEMESTER V

    S. No. Course Code Course Title Teaching Scheme Periods/Week Total

    Hours Credits

    Lecture L

    Tutori al T

    Studio ST

    Skills S

    01 ARCH301 Architectural Design III 0 0 4 3 7 5

    02 ARCH302

    Building Technology & Materials-V 1 1 2 1 5 4

    03 IEVS100 Environmental Studies 2 0 0 1 3 3

    04 ARCH304 Working Drawing-II 0 0 3 1 4 3

    05 ARCH305

    History of Architecture- IV 0 0 2 0 2 1

    06 ARCH306

    Special Skills Workshop -V

    0 0 0 2 2 2

    07 ARCH307

    Structural systems & design-V 0 0 2 0 3 1

    08 ARCH308 Building Services-II 1 0 1 1 3 2

    09 ARCH309 Design Research-I 0 0 2 0 2 1

    10 ARCH310

    Computational Design Studio-III 0 0 2 0 2 1

    11 IDSC-301 Professional Competency Skills-I 0 0 0 3 3 3

    Total 36 26

  • THIRDYEAR B.ARCH SEMESTER VI

    S. No. Course Code Course Title Teaching Scheme Periods/Week Total Hours

    Credits

    Lecture L

    Tutori al T

    Studio ST

    Skills S

    01 ARCH311 Architectural Design IV 0 0 4 3 7 5

    02 ARCH312

    Building Technology & Materials-VI 1 1 2 1 5 4

    03 ARCH313 Climatology-II 0 0 2 1 3 2

    04 ARCH314 Working Drawing-III 0 0 3 1 4 3

    05 ARCH315

    History of Architecture- V 0 0 2 0 2 1

    06 ARCH316

    Special Skills Workshop -VI

    0 0 0 2 2 2

    07 ARCH317

    Structural systems & design-VI 0 0 2 1 3 2

    08 ARCH318 Building Services-III 1 0 2 0 3 2

    09 ARCH319 Design Research-II 0 0 2 0 2 1

    10 ARCH320

    Computational Design Studio-IV 0 0 2 0 2 1

    11 IDSC-302 Professional Competency Skills-II 0 0 0 3 3 3

    Total 36 26 Internship 8 weeks 8

  • FOURTH YEAR B.ARCH SEMESTER VII

    S. No. Course Code Course Title Teaching Scheme Periods/Week Total

    Hours Credits

    Lecture L

    Tutori al T

    Studio ST

    Skills S

    01 ARCH401 Architectural Design V 0 0 6 3 9 6

    02 ARCH402

    Advanced Building Technology & Materials-I

    0 1 2 2 5 4

    03 ARCH403 Professional Practice-I 1 0 1 1 3 2

    04 ARCH404 Specification Writing-I 1 1 1 0 3 2

    05 ARCH405 Town Planning-I 1 0 1 1 3 2

    06 ARCH406 Skill based elective -I 0 0 0 2 2 2

    07 ARCH407 Quantity Surveying & Estimating-I 1 1 1 0 3 2

    08 ARCH408 Building Services-IV 1 0 0 1 2 2

    09 ARCH409 Dissertation & Seminar-I 0 0 2 0 2 1

    10 ARCH410

    Computational Design Studio-V 0 0 0 3 3 3

    Total 35 26

  • FOURTH YEAR B.ARCH SEMESTER VIII

    S. No. Course Code Course Title Teaching Scheme Periods/Week Total Hours

    Credits

    Lecture L

    Tutori al T

    Studio ST

    Skills S

    01 ARCH411 Architectural Design VI 0 0 6 3 9 6

    02 ARCH412

    Advanced Building Technology & Materials-II

    0 1 2 2 5 4

    03 ARCH413 Professional Practice-II 1 0 1 1 3 2

    04 ARCH414 Specification Writing-II 1 1 1 0 3 2

    05 ARCH415 Town Planning-II 1 0 1 1 3 2

    06 ARCH416 Skill based elective -II 0 0 0 2 2 2

    07 ARCH417 Quantity Surveying & Estimating-II 1 1 1 0 3 2

    08 ARCH418 Building Economics 1 0 1 0 2 2

    09 ARCH419 Dissertation & Seminar-II 0 0 2 0 2 1

    10 ARCH420

    Computational Design Studio-VI 0 0 0 3 3 3

    Total 35 26

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    FINAL YEAR B.ARCH SEMESTER IX

    S. No. Course Code Course Title

    Teaching Scheme Periods/Week

    Total Hours

    Credits

    Lecture L

    Tutori al T

    Studio ST

    Skills S

    01 ARCH501 Practical Training 0 0 0 0 40 20 Total 40 20

    Note: Practical Training = Internship of 4 months + Case studies of 2 months for thesis

    FINAL YEAR B.ARCH SEMESTER X

    S. No. Course Code Course Title

    Teaching Scheme Periods/Week

    Total Hours

    Credits

    Lecture L

    Tutori al T

    Studio ST

    Skills S

    01 ARCH511 Thesis 0 2 12 6 20 14

    02 ARCH516 Skill based elective -II 0 0 0 3 3 3

    03 IDDM Disaster Management 2 0 0 1 3 0 Total 26 17

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    Teaching Pedogogy

    Teaching/Learning Component Pedagogy

    L:Lecture Teachers Conduct Lectures in Classroom at

    Workshop or in labs where

    equipment’s/Machineries/industry models

    are kept .At times classes are also conducted

    in industry premises during visits

    T:Tutorial These Sessions are conducted to clarify the

    doubts in respective subject. Teachers

    Discuss with the students in group or at

    individual levels. Separate Tutorial rooms

    are used for this sessions

    P:Practical There are subjects specific labs, centre of

    excellence or learning factories on campus.

    They are used by teachers to showcase and

    demonstrate working of equipment ,model,

    machinery, business process, software tool

    etc. A separate Journal is maintained to

    record all practicals.

    S: Skill Skill Component focuses on the application

    of theoretical concepts and practical inputs

    at workplace. These are the activities or

    miniprojects or formative assignments that

    give industry or job skills to students .They

    work in small groups or at individual level

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    Evaluation Scheme

    1. Rules of Passing

    1.1 To pass sessional and /or oral, the student has to earn minimum 45% marks in each head.

    1.2 To pass the theory subject head the student has to earn minimum of 45% marks in the End semester

    exam and minimum 45% average marks (In semester + End semester).

    1.3 To earn credits of a course (paper/sessional/oral) student must pass the course with minimum passing

    marks / grade.

    1.4 Student can apply only for the Revaluation / Retotalling of answer sheets of End semester exam only.

    2. RULES OF A.T.K.T.

    2.1 A student can be admitted for the third semester if he/she earns minimum 50% credits of the total of first

    and second semester.

    2.2 A student can be admitted for the fifth semester if he/she earns minimum 50% credits of the total of

    third and fourth semester and all the credits (100%) of the first and second semester and passing grade

    of aggregate for first year.

    2.3 A student can be admitted for the seventh semester if he/she earns minimum 50% credits of the total of

    the fifth and sixth semesters and all the credits (100%) of the third and fourth semesters and passing

    grade of aggregate for second year.

    2.4 Fourth Year and Final Year are considered as integrated Stage II of the course and hence students will be

    allowed to take admission to Fifth year irrespective of the credits earned by the student in seventh and

    eighth semesters.

    2.5 A student would be awarded B.Arch. only if he/she earns 100% credits and clears all the courses

    specified in the syllabus and gets passing grade of aggregate.

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    3. ASSESMENT AND GRADE POINT AVERAGE

    3.1 A grade assigned to each head based upon marks obtained by the student in examination of the course.

    Table 1

    GRADING SYSTEM FOR PASSING HEADS

    (Theory / sessional / sessional-viva)

    Grade % of Marks Obtained Grade Point Description of Performance

    O 90-100 10 Outstanding

    A 80-89 9 Very Good

    B 70-79 8 Good

    C 60-69 7 Fair

    D 50-59 6 Average

    E 45-49 5 Below Average

    F

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    F Below 50 0 Fail

    3.2 Passing grades for various heads: The grades O, A, B, C, D & E are passing grades for various heads

    (paper / sessional / sessional viva voce). A candidate acquiring any one of these grades in a course shall

    be declared as pass only in that particular subject head. And student shall earn the credits for a course

    only if the student gets passing grade in that course (which includes paper and/or sessional and/ or

    sessional viva voce).

    3.3 Passing grades for Aggregate: The grades O, A, B, C & D are passing grades in the aggregate.

    3.4 F grade for various heads: The grade F is a failure grade. The student with F grade will have to pass

    the concerned course by reappearing for the examination.

    3.5 F grade for aggregate: The grade F is a failure grade for aggregate. The student with F grade will have

    to appear for paper &/ or sessional & /or session viva voce for improvement of aggregate.

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    SEMESTER-I:

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    COURSE WISE SYLLABUS

    Program Name

    B. ARCH

    Course Name Architectural Design Foundation- I

    Course Code ARCH101

    Version No 2.0 Version Update date 14-07-2018

    Pre-requisite

    HSC and NATA/JEE 2 qualified

    Course Objective

    To help the students grasp the fundamentals of design as a basic creative activity. The help the students learn about the basic elements of design such as the point, line,

    planes, volumes and masses, color, texture etc. though exercises aimed at experimentation.

    Course Outcome

    The student should be able to comprehend the fundamentals of design as a basic creative activity

    The student should be able to develop mental and manual skills to cope with design problems and to establish visual values for structuring and articulating two and three dimensional spatial compositions in different media.

    The student should be able to develop skills in free hand drawing and rendering.

    Total Credits / L:T:P:S

    06 CREDITS / 0:0:4:4

    Teaching & Examination Scheme

    Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme (Marks)

    Hours (Sessions in term, should match with hrs mentioned in Syllabus)

    L

    0

    T

    0

    P

    60

    S

    60

    Th Internal 0

    Pr Internal 40

    Th Term end 0

    Pr Term end 40

    Skill Assessment 20

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    Syllabus

    Sr. No

    Unit Detailed Topic wise Syllabus (In bullet points)

    Separate Sessions (L :T:P: S)

    Total Sessions (Contact hours)

    1 UNIT I: Basic elements of design

    Introduction to elements of basic design like point, line and plane and their visual qualities.

    0:0:16:16 4W

    2 UNIT II: Forms in nature

    Introduction to various forms in nature – animate as well as inanimate and their visual characteristics.

    0:0:8:8 2W

    3 UNIT III: Material and texture

    Various materials in nature and their visual qualities

    Visual and tactile textures.

    0:0:8:8 2W

    4 UNIT IV: Color and light

    Theory of light and colour.

    Different colour schemes and visual qualities of different colours.

    0:0:8:8 2W

    5 UNIT V: Anthropometry

    Understanding human dimensions in space and the movement of human body while doing different activities in a space.

    0:0:12:12 2W

    6 UNIT VI: Activation of spaces

    Positive and negative spaces. Activation of spaces through

    stabiles and mobiles.

    0:0:8:8 2W

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    COURSE WISE SYLLABUS

    Program Name

    Bachelor’s Degree in Architecture (B.Arch.)

    Course name

    Building Technology & Materials-I Course Code ARCH102

    Version No 2.0 Version Update date

    14-07-2018

    Pre-requisite

    HSC and NATA/JEE 2 qualified

    Course Objective

    To help students understand the basic building elements, their function and behaviour under various conditions with specific reference to load bearing construction.

    To help students to develop a clear understanding of the basic principles of construction and materials suitable for load bearing construction.

    To help students develop and analytical and logical sequence in thinking about structural aspects of architecture.

    To encourage a mix of classroom and field learning.

    Course Outcome

    To explain basic building elements and their function and behaviour. To distinguish the types of masonry in load bearing construction and demonstrate its

    building technology.

    Total Credits / L:T:P:S

    4 / 1:1:3:1

    Teaching & Examination Scheme

    Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme (Marks) 200

    Hours (Sessions in term, should match with hrs mentioned in Syllabus)

    L

    15

    T

    15

    P

    45

    S

    15

    Th Internal 50

    Pr Internal 40

    Th Term end 50

    Pr Term end 40

    Skill Assessment 20

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    Syllabus

    Sr. No

    Unit Detailed Topic wise Syllabus (In bullet points)

    Separate Sessions (L :T:P: S)

    Total Sessions (Contact hours)

    1. Elements of building

    Introduction to various elements of building from foundation to roof.

    (1:1:3:1) 6 hours

    2. Building Materials

    Introduction to various building materials which are commonly used in load bearing construction like stone, brick, concrete blocks, mud blocks, etc. with reference to their characteristics, market forms, applications and common quality tests. Cement and cement mortar.

    (2:2:6:2) 12 hours

    3. Load Bearing Construction

    All the Principles of load bearing construction. (1:1:3:1) 6 hours

    4. Stone Masonry

    Dry Rubble Masonry Random Rubble Masonry Square Rubble Masonry Ashlar masonry

    (3:3:9:3) 18 hours

    5. Brick Masonry

    Load bearing and non- load bearing masonry construction using bricks, various types of masonry walls and bonds.

    (3:3:9:3) 18 hours

    6. Earthquake & its resistant structure

    Introduction to types of earthquakes and earthquake resistant measures for load bearing construction.

    (1:1:3:1) 6 hours

    7. Arches & Lintels

    Study of types of arches and lintels, principles and terminology of arch construction, spanning of openings using brick and stone arches and lintels.

    (1:1:3:1) 6 hours

    8. Different types of soil/Strip foundation /Plinth formation

    Different types of soils and bearing capacity, concept of bulb of pressure.

    Strip Foundations suitable for load bearing structures in stone and brick up to plinth level including foundation for steps

    Plinth formation, DPC. Introduction to various tools and equipment

    commonly used in excavation.

    (2:2:6:2) 12 hours

    9. Pointing and plastering

    Various pointing and plastering techniques and their processes.

    (1:1:3:1) 6 hours

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    COURSE WISE SYLLABUS

    Program Name

    Bachelor’s Degree in Architecture [B.ARCH.]

    Course Name Architectural Graphics-I Course Code ARCH104

    Version No 2.0 Version Update date 14-07-2018

    Pre-requisite HSC and NATA/ JEE 2 qualified

    Course Objective

    1. To introduce students to architectural drawing techniques and to the language of graphics, its vocabulary and grammar such as scale, annotations, labelling and dimensioning.

    2. To enable students to express simple three dimensional objects and building components through Technical Drawings, using various graphic projection systems such as orthography, Isometric and Axonometric projections.

    3. To introduce various techniques of sketching for recording, studying and communicating objects, buildings and building components.

    Course Outcome

    1. The students will get acquainted with architectural drawing techniques and the language of graphics,

    2. The students will get well versed with graphical language vocabulary and grammar such as scale, annotations, labelling and dimensioning.

    3. To students shall be able to express simple three dimensional objects and building components through Technical Drawings, using various graphic projection systems such as orthography, Isometric and Axonometric projections.

    4. The students will develop various techniques of sketching for recording, studying

    and communicating objects, buildings and building components.

    Total Credits / L:T:P:S

    4 / 0 : 0 : 3 : 2

    Teaching &Examination Scheme

    Teaching Scheme

    Examination Scheme (Marks) 100 Marks

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    Syllabus

    Sr. No

    Unit Detailed Topic wise Syllabus (In bullet points)

    Separate Sessions (L :T:P: S)

    Total Sessions (Contact hours)

    1 Drawing Instruments

    Introduction to various drawing instruments and methods of employing them for technical drawing and sketching

    0 : 0 : 03 : 02

    05:00 Hours

    2 Graphic language & its components

    Line types: meaning and application

    Architectural Lettering and dimensioning techniques

    Architectural annotations and conventions including representation of various building materials and building components

    Graphic scales and their application

    0 : 0 : 12 : 08

    20:00 Hours

    `3. Plane and Solid geometry

    Introduction to graphical construction of various plane geometrical shapes.

    Introduction to various projection systems used in Architectural drawing; such as Orthographic, Isometric and Axonometric projections to draw and represent various

    0 : 0 : 18 : 12

    30:00 Hours

    Hours (Sessions in term, should match with hrs. mentioned in Syllabus)

    L

    0

    T

    0

    P

    45

    S

    30

    Th. Internal NA

    Pr. Internal 40

    Th. Term end NA

    Pr. Term end 40

    Skill Assessment

    20

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    three dimensional geometrical objects/forms including Sections.

    4. Scale Drawing

    Scale drawing (plan/s section/s and elevation/s) of a simple building of sufficient size to demonstrate use of various metric scales, conventions and standard annotations.

    0 : 0 : 03 : 02

    05:00 Hours

    5. Sketching

    Introduction to architectural sketching using various mediums such as graphite pencil, charcoal, pens, markers etc.

    Principles of free hand sketching such as proportions, light and shade; with primary thrust on sketching of building elements and built environment.

    0 : 0 : 09 : 06

    18:00 Hours

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    COURSE WISE SYLLABUS

    Syllabus

    Sr. No.

    Unit Detailed Topic wise Syllabus (In bullet points)

    Separate Sessions (L :T:P: S)

    Total Sessions (Contact hours)

    1 Unit I Overview of Prehistoric era- includes socio cultural aspects of prehistory.

    Introduction to Mesopotamian civilization and its subtopics (make a panel of Mesopotamian civilization)

    Introduction to Egyptian civilization Cultural Expressions

    Painting as an art form in humanities.

    5:0:5:0 5W

    Program Name

    B. Arch

    Course Name HUMANITIES I

    Course Code ARCH105

    Version No 2.0 Version Update date 14-07-2018

    Pre-requisite

    HSC and NATA/JEE 2 qualified

    Course Objective

    To introduce the students to the study of humanities and its importance in understanding of human settlements and architecture.

    Course Outcome

    To recognize importance of architecture and design through time and across cultures. To comprehend what have been the major issues in the development of architectural

    design in socio- cultural context.

    Total Credits / L:T:P:S

    02 CREDITS / 1:0:1:0

    Teaching & Examination Scheme

    Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme (Marks) 100

    Hours (Sessions in term, should match with hrs mentioned in Syllabus)

    L

    15

    T

    0

    P

    15

    S

    0

    Th Internal 50

    Pr Internal 40

    Th Term end 50

    Pr Term end 40

    Skill Assessment 20

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    2 Unit II Architecture & Nature, Constructed site II Sketching.

    Study the Processes of Sculpture making Documentation of Expressions of culture I Documentation of Expressions of culture II Dance –an art form.

    5:0:5:0 5W

    3 Unit III

    Various forms of Theatre arts and artists. Music as an art form Areas of Performing arts Weaves & fabric Exposition of aspects of arts, artists and literature

    I Exposition of aspects of arts, artists and literature

    II.

    5:0:5:0 5W

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    COURSE WISE SYLLABUS

    Program Name

    B. ARCH.

    Course Name Special Skills Workshop-I Course Code ARCH106

    Version No 2.0 Version Update date 28.02.18

    Pre-requisite HSC and NATA/ JEE 2 qualified

    Course Objective

    Introducing students to various materials and techniques used in

    making Architectural models:

    Introduction to various materials (such as paper, mount board, Thermocol,

    foam board, etc.) tools and techniques of architectural model making through

    construction of simple three dimensional objects and scaled building models.

    Enabling Students to make Architectural models for study and

    presentation:

    Models should preferably be coordinated with other subjects like ‘Design’,

    ‘Building technology’, ‘Theory of Structure’, ‘History of Architecture and human

    settlement’ etc.

    Course Outcome

    The students after undergoing this curriculum shall be able to handle and

    Transform Various Materials into Models of Desired Quality and Scale meant

    for Specific Applications in Subjects like Architectural Design etc.

    Total Credits / L:T:P:S (Weekly)

    2 / 0 : 0 : 0 : 2

    Teaching &Examination Scheme

    Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme (Marks) 100 Marks

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    Syllabus

    Sr. No

    Unit Detailed Topic wise Syllabus (In bullet points)

    Separate Sessions (L :T:P: S)

    Total Sessions (Contact hours)

    1 UNIT I: Modelling in Various Materials with aim of developing cutting skills

    Modelling with : Thermocol

    Tinted Paper

    File Card Sheet

    0 : 0 : 0 : 14

    14:00 Hours

    2 UNIT II:

    Introduction to Preliminary Carpentry

    Modelling with: Soft Wood Ply wood Using Carpentry tools and Techniques

    0 : 0 : 0 : 6

    06:00 Hours

    3 Unit III Exploring Peculiar Material Qualities in Modelling

    Hands on Experience with Natural Clay, POP, Metal Wire

    0 : 0 : 0 : 6 06:00 Hours

    4 Unit IV Model of small Built Structure

    Using Paper, Foam, Texture sheet to generate Scaled models (Subjects Specific)- Model of Kiosk

    0 : 0 : 0 : 4 04:00 Hours

    Hours (Sessions in term, should match with hrs. mentioned in Syllabus)

    L

    0

    T

    0

    P

    0

    S

    30

    Th. Internal NA

    Pr. Internal 40

    Th. Term end NA

    Pr. Term end 40

    Skill Assessment

    20

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    COURSE WISE SYLLABUS

    Syllabus

    Sr. No

    Unit Detailed Topic wise Syllabus (In bullet points)

    Separate Sessions

    Total Sessions

    Program Name

    Bachelor’s Degree in Architecture, (B.Arch.)

    Course Name

    STRUCTURAL SYSTEMS & DESIGN-I

    Course Code ARCH107

    Version No 2.0 Version Update date 14-07-2018

    Pre-requisite

    HSC and NATA/JEE 2 qualified

    Course Objective

    To Introduce Applied Mechanics as an important Subject for Architecture.

    To Understand Different Systems of Forces and their Equilibrium and that a Building is a

    System of Forces in Equilibrium.

    To Introduce and Understand Concepts of Support, Support Reactions, Beams, Loads,

    Bending and Shear.

    Course Outcome

    To understand the basic structural system in a type of construction.

    To distinguish the different types of forces acting in different structural members and their joints.

    Total Credits / L:T:P:S

    2/0:0:2:1

    Teaching & Examination Scheme

    Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme (Marks) 100

    Hours (Sessions in term, should match with hrs mentioned in Syllabus)

    L

    0

    T

    0

    P

    30

    S

    15

    Th Internal 0

    Pr Internal 40

    Th Term end 0

    Pr Term end 40

    Skill Assessment 20

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    (L :T:P: S) (Contact hours)

    1. Forces

    1. Applied Mechanics, Statics and Dynamics. Importance of Study.

    2. Forces, Definition, Effects, Different Systems, Principle of Transmissibility and Superimposition of Forces. Resolution and Composition of Forces.

    3. Equilibrium of Concurrent Forces. Parallelogram, Polygonal & Triangular Law of Forces. Lami’s Theorem. Analytical and Graphical Solution of Forces. Resultant and Equilibrant of a System of Concurrent Forces.

    4. Equilibrium of Non Concurrent Forces. Varignon’s Principle. Resultant of a system of noncurrent forces as in a beam.

    (0:0:06:4) 10 hours

    2. Centre of Gravity

    Definition of Centre of Gravity and Centroid.

    C.G of Regular Shapes. Computing of C.G of

    complex Shapes limited to Standard Steel

    Sections like C, T, L, I and Compound Sections.

    (0:0:4:1) 05 hours

    3. Moment of Inertia

    Definition of Moment of Inertia and M.I of Standard Shapes. Parallel Axis Theorem, Perpendicular Axis Theorem, Radius of Gyration. Computing M.I of Complex Shapes Limited to C, T.L, I and Compound Sections using these Shapes.

    (0:0:2:1) 3 hours

    4. Supports and loads

    1. Supports, Definition, Reactions offered

    by Simple, Fixed, Hinged and Roller

    Support.

    2. Statically Indeterminate and

    Determinate Structures and Degree of

    Indeterminacy. Beams classified as

    Simply Supported, Cantilever, Over

    Hanging, Propped Cantilever, Fixed and

    Continuous.

    3. Loads Classified as U.D.L, Point Load &

    Varying Load.

    4. Loads Classified as Dead, Live, Wind,

    (0:0:10:2) 12 hours

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    Snow, Seismic. Introduction to Densities

    of Material and Calculation of Dead

    loads on a Beam from slab, Brick work

    above to act as U.D.L and from a

    abutting beam as a Point Load

    5. Support Reactions. For Simply

    Supported Beams and Cantilevered

    Beams only. Loading limited to Point

    Loads and U.D.L only.

    5. S.F.D. & B.M.D. -1

    Shear Force and S.F.Diagram & B.M.D and

    B.M.Diagram for: Simple Support with an

    U.D.L., Simple Support with a Central Point

    Load, Simple Support with an eccentric point

    Load, Cantilever with a full U.D.L, and

    Cantilever with a Point Load.

    (0:0:4:4) 8 hours

    6. S.F.D. & B.M.D.-2

    1. S.F.D and B.M.D of a Simple

    Supported Beam and Over Hanging

    Beams with U.D.L and Point Loads.

    Point of Zero Shear, Point Of Max S.F

    and B.M max. Point of Contra

    flexure.

    2. Relationship between S.F.D and B.M.D.

    (0:0:4:3) 7 hours

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    COURSE WISE SYLLABUS

    Syllabus

    Sr. No

    Unit Detailed Topic wise Syllabus (In bullet points)

    Separate Sessions (L :T:P: S)

    Total Sessions (Contact hours)

    1 Introduction to natural elements

    Introduction to natural elements like atmosphere, variables and invariables of climate,

    (0:0:6:0) 6 hours

    Program Name

    Bachelor’s Degree in Architecture (B.Arch.)

    Course Name Climatology I

    Course Code ARCH108

    Version No 2.0 Version Update date 14-07-2018

    Pre-requisite

    HSC and NATA/JEE 2 qualified

    Course Objective

    To help students understand the basic elements, of climate and their significance in architectural design.

    To help students to differentiate between different climate zones in the World and in India. To help students analyse the evolution of climate responsive architecture.

    Course Outcome

    The student should be able to develop an understanding of climate as a significant

    determinant of architectural design The student should be able to evolve climate responsive architectural design

    Total Credits / L:T:P:S

    1/ 0:0:2:0

    Teaching & Examination Scheme

    Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme (Marks) 100

    Hours (Sessions in term, should match with hrs mentioned in Syllabus)

    L

    0

    T

    0

    P

    30

    S

    0

    Th Internal 0

    Pr Internal 40

    Th Term end 0

    Pr Term end 40

    Skill Assessment 20

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    Their significance and their measurement.

    2 Global climate

    Global climate, regional variations Microclimate.

    (0:0:8:0) 8 hours

    3 Indian climate

    Climatic zones in India Traditional climate responsive

    architecture.

    (0:0:8:0) 8 hours

    4 Climate responsive design

    Climate responsive design strategies like site planning, orientation, building form, shading, ventilation, materials and technology.

    (0:0:8:0) 8 hours

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    COURSE WISE SYLLABUS

    Program Name

    Bachelor’s Degree in Architecture (B.Arch.)

    Course Name Theory of Design- I

    Course Code ARCH109

    Version No 2.0 Version Update date 14-07-2018

    Pre-requisite

    HSC and NATA/JEE 2 qualified

    Course Objective

    To introduce students to Architectural Design as a core subject to Architectural

    studies.

    Progressively introduce he design process as a synthesis of variety of factors

    analysed and studied.

    Course Outcome

    To understand the theoretical underpinnings behind core architectural design.

    To comprehend the relation between theory and experience.

    Total Credits / L:T:P:S

    1/ 0:0:2:0

    Teaching & Examination Scheme

    Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme (Marks) 100

    Hours (Sessions in term, should match with hrs mentioned in Syllabus)

    L

    0

    T

    0

    P

    30

    S

    0

    Th Internal 0

    Pr Internal 40

    Th Term end 0

    Pr Term end 40

    Skill Assessment 20

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    Syllabus

    Sr. No

    Unit Detailed Topic wise Syllabus (In bullet points)

    Separate Sessions (L :T:P: S)

    Total Sessions (Contact hours)

    1. Introduction to theory of design and different cultural expressions.

    Theory of design

    Artists and their

    expressions

    (0:0:6:0) 6

    2. Elements of Design INTRODUCTION TO

    POINT, LINE, PLANE AND

    VOLUME

    (0:0:8:0) 8

    3. Principles of Design INTRODUCTION TO PRINCIPLES:

    EMPHASIS

    CONTINUITY

    CONTRAS

    (0:0:8:0) 8

    4. Building Aesthetics Symbolism

    Aesthetics

    (0:0:8:0) 8

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    COURSE WISE SYLLABUS

    Program Name

    Bachelor’s Degree in Architecture (B.Arch.)

    Course Name Computer Application-I

    Course Code ARCH110

    Version No 2.0 Version Update date 14-07-2018

    Pre-requisite

    HSC and NATA/JEE 2 qualified

    Course Objective

    To familiarize students to computer based representation in 2 and 3 dimensions, in order to visualize several aspects of an architectural object.

    To acquire the necessary skills of using computer software for creating three dimensional structural models for visualization and relate the ideas to fundamental architectural concepts.

    Course Outcome

    The students will be able to create two and three dimensional structural models for

    better visualization of architectural objects.

    Total Credits / L:T:P:S

    1/ 0:0:2:0

    Teaching & Examination Scheme

    Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme (Internal exam-Marks) 100

    Hours (Sessions in term, should match with hrs mentioned in Syllabus)

    L

    0

    T

    0

    P

    30

    S

    0

    Th Internal 0

    Pr Internal 40

    Th Term end 0

    Pr Term end 40

    Skill Assessment 20

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    Syllabus

    Sr. No

    Unit Detailed Topic wise Syllabus (In bullet points)

    Separate Sessions (L :T:P: S)

    Total Sessions (Contact hours)

    1 Computer aided drawing: 2D composition

    Fundamentals of computer system, Application software, Shape representation, construction of grids, uniform/non-uniform, ortho /free transformations.

    (0:0:10:0) 10 hours

    2 2D Drawing

    Co-ordinate space and metric, Object properties, basic transformations, editing, layering and grouping, printing and plotting.

    (0:0:10:0) 10 hours

    3 Computer aided Architectural modelling

    3D Form/ Space, Structure, Planes and solids, Grids, Spatial and Formal units etc.

    (0:0:10:0) 10 hours

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    SEMESTER-II

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    COURSE WISE SYLLABUS

    Program Name

    B. Arch

    Course Name

    Architectural Design Foundation II

    Course Code ARCH111

    Version No 1.0 Version Update date 15.05.18

    Pre-requisite

    Completed Course of Architectural Design Foundation I

    Course Objective

    To help the students grasp the fundamentals of Architectural aesthetics. To help the students learn about the basic elements of visual aesthetics through

    exercises aimed at experimentation. To improve creativity through practicing certain established methods & exercises in

    creativity To draw inspiration from and establish analogies between other creative arts and

    architecture. Course Outcome

    The student should be able to comprehend the fundamentals of architectural aesthetics.

    The student should be able to create and articulate two and three dimensional spatial compositions in different media using principles of design.

    The student should be able to develop skills in free hand drawing and rendering. Total Credits / L:T:P:S

    06 CREDITS / 0:0:4:4

    Teaching & Examination Scheme

    Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme (Marks)200

    Hours (Sessions in term, should match with hrs mentioned in Syllabus)

    L

    0

    T

    0

    P

    60

    S

    60

    Th Internal 0

    Pr Internal 80

    Th Term end 0

    Pr Term end 80

    Skill Assessment 40

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    Syllabus

    Sr. No

    Unit Detailed Topic wise Syllabus (In bullet points)

    Separate Sessions (L :T:P: S)

    Total Sessions (Contact hours)

    1. UNIT I: Introduction to: Principles of Design

    Ordering Principles Symmetry Hierarchy Rhythm

    0:0:8:8 2W

    2. UNIT II Scale, proportion and contrast.

    Material Proportions Proportioning System Regulating Lines Scale Anthropometry

    0:0:8:8 2W

    3. UNIT III Alignment, Repetition, Pattern ,Rhythm

    Mass and space Proportion Balance Pattern

    0:0:8:8 2W

    4. UNIT IV Platonic forms. Derivatives of forms and transformation

    Transformation of form Dimensional transformation Formal collision of geometry Subtractive and Additive

    forms

    0:0:8:8 2W

    5. UNIT V Principles of organization of form and space

    Spatial Relationships Spaces linked by a common

    space Spatial organization

    0:0:12:12 3W

    6. UNIT VI Aesthetic appraisal. Study of building

    Climate Siting Orientation Circulation Spatial qualities

    0:0:8:8 2W

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    7. UNIT VII Study Tour-Settlement Study

    Analysis and documentation of built elements, open spaces and associated architectural character

    One spatial /building design projects in the context of settlement /community study carried out

    0:0:8:8 2W

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    COURSE WISE SYLLABUS

    Program Name

    Bachelor’s Degree in Architecture, (B.Arch.)

    Course Name

    Building Technology & Materials - II

    Course Code ARCH112

    Version No 1.0 Version Update date 15.05.18

    Pre-requisite

    Completed course of Building Technology & Materials -I

    Course Objective

    To help students understand the basic building elements, their function and behaviour under various conditions with specific reference to timber construction.

    To help students to develop a clear understanding of the basic principles of construction and materials suitable for load bearing construction.

    To help students develop an analytical and logical sequence in thinking about structural aspects of architecture.

    To encourage a mix of classroom and field learning.

    Course Outcome

    To explain basic building elements and their function and behaviour in timber construction.

    To design different types of timber doors and windows. To distinguish different types of trusses.

    Total Credits / L:T:P:S

    4/ 1:1:2:1

    Teaching & Examination Scheme

    Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme (Marks) 200

    Hours (Sessions in term, should match with hrs mentioned in Syllabus)

    L

    15

    T

    15

    P

    30

    S

    15

    Th Internal 50

    Pr Internal 40

    Th Term end 50

    Pr Term end 40

    Skill Assessment 20

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    Syllabus

    Sr. No

    Unit Detailed Topic wise Syllabus (In bullet points)

    Separate Sessions (L :T:P: S)

    Total Sessions (Contact hours)

    1 Reinforced Masonry walls, pillars, lintels

    Construction of reinforced masonry walls, pillars and lintels

    (2:2:4:2) 10

    2 Building materials

    Study of building materials like bamboo, timber, timber derivatives, roofing materials for small span sloping roofs including Mangalore tiles with reference to their characteristics, market forms, applications and preservation, etc.

    (2:2:4:2) 10

    3 Timber doors and windows

    Various types of timber panelled and flush doors

    Various types of timber windows Hardware and carpentry tools

    used for timber fashioning, especially for doors and windows

    (2:2:4:2) 10

    4 Timber floor construction

    Single and double floor construction for G+1 building

    (4:4:8:4) 20

    5 Timber stairs

    Timber stairs and construction of any one type of stairs.

    (2:2:4:2) 10

    6 Roofs

    Construction of various types of roofs for spans up to 6m

    Introduction to timber roof truss, king post and queen post trusses, built-up trusses, forces in truss members

    Masonry vaults and domes

    (3:3:6:3) 15

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    COURSE WISE SYLLABUS

    Program Name

    Bachelor of Architecture [B.ARCH.]; Course Level: F.Y.B. ARCH.

    Course Name Architectural Graphics-II Course Code ARCH114

    Version No 1.0 Version Update date 28.02.18

    Pre-requisite Completion Course Curriculum of AG-I (ARCH104)

    Course Objective

    1. To enable students to visualize and understand and graphically express

    true shapes, composite three-dimensional objects formed by additive and

    interpenetrated solids, and surface developments of various cut sections of

    composite three-dimensional objects using various graphical projection systems

    including cut sections.

    2. To enable students to understand and represent through the technique of

    graphical documentation of a built structure/environment through measured

    drawing/s.

    3. To enable students to express their design ideas through various sketching

    techniques

    Course Outcome

    1. The students after undergoing this curriculum shall be able to understand

    and graphically express true shapes, composite three-dimensional objects

    formed by additive and interpenetrated solids, and surface developments using

    various graphical projection systems including sections.

    2. The students shall be able to understand and represent through the

    technique of graphical documentation of a built structure/environment through

    measured drawing/s.

    3. The students shall be able to express their design ideas through various sketching techniques.

    Total Credits / L:T:P:S

    4/0 : 0 : 3 : 2 Total Credits

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    Syllabus

    Sr. No

    Unit Detailed Topic wise Syllabus (In bullet points)

    Separate Sessions (L :T:P: S)

    Total Sessions (Contact hours)

    1 UNIT I Solid Geometry:

    1. Understanding and drawing of composite and complex three dimensional objects formed by addition and/or interpenetration of various objects in various planes.

    2. Surface Development of various three dimensional objects.

    3. Orthographic projections of true shapes of sectional planes.

    0 : 0 : 27 : 18

    45:00 Hours

    2 UNIT II Measured Drawing:

    1. Detailed Measured drawing of Residential Unit :

    2. Plan/s 3. Section/s 4. Elevation/s 5. Isometric/ axonometric

    view, 6. Drawing set drawn to

    appropriate scale, of a simple two storied building including a stairway and/or toilet.

    0 : 0 : 12 : 8

    20:00 Hours

    `3. UNIT III Sketching

    1. Free hand sketching to communicate design/concept sketches,

    0 : 0 : 6 : 4

    10:00 Hours

    Teaching &Examination Scheme

    Teaching Scheme

    Examination Scheme (Marks) 100 Marks

    Hours (Sessions in term, should match with hrs. mentioned in Syllabus)

    L

    0

    T

    0

    P

    45

    S

    30

    Th. Internal NA

    Pr. Internal 40

    Th. Term end NA

    Pr. Term end 40

    Skill Assessment

    20

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    Building construction details etc.

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    COURSE WISE SYLLABUS

    Program Name

    Bachelor’s Degree in Architecture, (B.Arch.)

    Course Name

    History of Architecture - I

    Course Code ARCH115

    Version No 1.0 Version Update date 15.07.2018

    Pre-requisite

    Completed course of Humanities -I

    Course Objective

    To understand growth of early settlements and civilizations through the ages. To appreciate architecture as an outcome of various social, economic and mythical values

    of society.

    Course Outcome

    To understand different patterns of human settlements and their relevance to architecture

    To generate an understanding about the evolution of prehistoric civilizations

    To appreciate the context – social, economic, political, mythical therein.

    Total Credits / L:T:P:S

    2/ 1:1:1:0

    Teaching & Examination Scheme

    Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme (Marks) 100

    Hours (Sessions in term, should match with hrs mentioned in Syllabus)

    L

    15

    T

    15

    P

    15

    S

    0

    Th Internal 25

    Pr Internal 25

    Th Term end 20

    Pr Term end 20

    Skill Assessment 10

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    Syllabus

    Sr. No

    Unit Detailed Topic wise Syllabus (In bullet points)

    Separate Sessions (L :T:P: S)

    Total Sessions (Contact hours)

    1 Human history

    Brief overview of human history from Palaeolithic to Neo-lithic times.

    The influence of different factors like geography, climate and religion in shaping the early civilizations.

    (1:1:1:0) 3

    2 Pre-historic Architecture

    Pre-historic shelters like caves, huts etc.

    Menhirs, dolmens, tombs, temples, Stonehenge, community structures, etc

    (2:2:2:0) 6

    3 First Civilizations

    Evolution and characteristics of Sumerian and Egyptian Civilization

    (2:2:2:0) 6

    4 New Centres of Civilizations

    Evolution and characteristics of Assyrian and Persian Civilization

    (2:2:2:0) 6

    5 Indus valley civilization

    Evolution and characteristics of Indus valley civilizations like Harappa and Mohen jo daro

    (2:2:2:0) 6

    6 Chinese civilization

    Evolution and characteristics of Chinese civilization through the Shang and Zhou dynasty

    (2:2:2:0) 6

    7 Greek civilization

    Aegean, Mycenaen and Greece in dark Age

    Classical Greece

    (4:4:4:0) 12

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    COURSE WISE SYLLABUS

    Program Name

    Towards Degree in Bachelor of Architecture [B.ARCH.]; Course Level: F.Y.B. ARCH.

    Course Name Special Skills Workshop-II Course Code ARCH116

    Version No 1.0 Version Update date 12.03.18

    Pre-requisite Completion Course Curriculum of Special Skills Workshop I (ARCH106)

    Course Objective

    Introducing students to various materials and techniques used in

    making Architectural models:

    Introduction to various materials (such as paper, mount board, Thermocol,

    foam board, etc.) tools and techniques of architectural model making through

    construction of simple three dimensional objects and scaled building models.

    Enabling Students to make Architectural models for study and

    presentation:

    Models should preferably be coordinated with other subjects like ‘Design’,

    ‘Building technology’, ‘Theory of Structure’, ‘History of Architecture and human

    settlement’ etc.

    Course Outcome

    The students after undergoing this curriculum shall be able to Handle and

    Transform Various Materials into Models of Desired Quality, Scale meant for

    Specific Applications in Subjects like Architectural Design, BTM etc.

    Total Credits / L:T:P:S (Weekly)

    0 : 0 : 0 : 2 Total Credits -2

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    Syllabus

    Sr. No Unit Detailed Topic wise Syllabus (In bullet points)

    Separate Sessions (L :T:P: S)

    Total Sessions (Contact hours)

    1 UNIT I

    Exploration of Various Materials and Making Models Related to BTM; Scaled Models of the Topics Introduced under Building Technology and Materials as per Relevance;

    0 : 0 : 0 : 16

    16:00 Hours

    2 UNIT II

    Scaled Models of the Topics Introduced under Architectural Design Foundation

    0 : 0 : 0 : 05

    05:00 Hours

    3 Unit III Scaled Models of the Topics Introduced under Architectural drawing and Graphics

    0 : 0 : 0 : 05

    05:00 Hours

    4 Unit IV Study Models related to Structures 0 : 0 : 0 : 2

    02:00 Hours

    5 Unit V Study Models related to History 0 : 0 : 0 : 2

    02:00 Hours

    Teaching &Examination Scheme

    Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme (Marks) 100 Marks

    Hours (Sessions in term, should match with hrs. mentioned in Syllabus)

    L

    0

    T

    0

    P

    0

    S

    30

    Th. Internal NA

    Pr. Internal 40

    Th. Term end NA

    Pr. Term end 40

    Skill Assessment

    20

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    COURSE WISE SYLLABUS

    Program Name

    Bachelor’s Degree in Architecture, (B.Arch.)

    Course Name STRUCTURAL SYSTEMS & DESIGN-II

    Course Code ARCH117

    Version No 1.0 Version Update date 15.05.2018

    Pre-requisite COMPLETED COURSE ON STRUCTURAL SYSTEMS & DESIGN-I

    Course Objective

    To analyse the forces in a Frame. To Study and analyse the stresses in various Building Elements like Columns and Beams. To Study the deflection effect of loads on Beams. To Study Combined Stresses on Eccentrically Loaded Columns and Apply the Same to the Design

    of Foundations of Load Bearing Walls.

    Course Outcome

    To analyse the stresses in various building elements. To evaluate the different types of stresses acting in different structural members.

    Total Credits / L:T:P:S

    2/0:0:2:1

    Teaching & Examination Scheme

    Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme (Marks) 100

    Hours (Sessions in term, should match with hrs mentioned in Syllabus)

    L

    0

    T

    0

    P

    30

    S

    15

    Th Internal 0

    Pr Internal 40

    Th Term end 0

    Pr Term end 40

    Skill Assessment 20

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    Syllabus

    Sr. No

    Unit Detailed Topic wise Syllabus (In bullet points)

    Separate Sessions (L :T:P: S)

    Total Sessions (Contact hours)

    1. Simple Stresses and Strains

    5. Linear Stresses and Strains. Hooke’s Law. Stress Strain Diagram for Various Materials. Lateral Strain, Poisson’s Ratio, and Elongation of Long Rods, Volumetric Strain, Bulk Modulus. Shear Stress. Modulus of Rigidity. Relationship between various Moduli. Composite Materials, Modulus Ratio and Equivalent

    6. Elastic, Plastic, Brittle and Ductile Materials. Yield Stress, Factor of Safety and Working or Permissible or Safe Stress.

    (0:0:10:2) 12 hours

    2. Spanning Members.

    1. Bending Stresses. Theory of Simple Bending. Assumptions, Flexural Formula, Stress Distribution across a Section and across the span of the Beam. Modulus of Resistance. Section Modulus and how M.R is proportional to square of depth.

    2. Shear Stresses. Formula, Shear Stress Distribution across a Rectangular, Circular, T, C, L, I Section.

    (0:0:4:4) 08 hours

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    3. Deflection.

    Deflection. Concept of Slope and Deflection. Double Integration Method and Derivation of Formula for a S.S Beam with Full U.D.L only. Formula for Deflection and Slope in the Standard cases (studied in Sem. I). Application in Problems. Propped Cantilever. Use Deflection to Find Reactions in this case of a Statically Indeterminate Structure.

    (0:0:6:2) 8 hours

    4. Combined Stresses

    Compressive Members Subjected to Eccentric Loading. Stresses developed at four corners.

    Middle third Rule, Kernel of a Column. Application of Middle Third Rule in Foundations.

    Application of the theory to Chimneys.

    (0:0:6:2) 8 hours

    5. Frames and Trusses.-1

    1. Introduction of Trusses as a Building Element and Why Important.

    2. Perfect and Imperfect Frames. Redundant Members.

    3. Analytical Solutions. – Method of Joints, Method of Sections

    (0:0:2:2) 4 hours

    6. Frames and Trusses.-2

    Graphical Solution of Frames. (0:0:2:3) 5 hours

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    COURSE WISE SYLLABUS

    Program Name

    B. ARCH

    Course Name

    Sociology/ Anthropolgy ( HUMANITIES II)

    Course Code ARCH118

    Version No 1.0 Version Update date 25.06.2018

    Course Objective

    To understand cultural as well as physical aspect of anthropology and forms with areas of sociology.

    Course Outcome

    The student should be able to develop an understanding of Anthropological data and sociological aspects in architectural study for research skills.

    Total Credits / L:T:P:S

    01 CREDITS / 0:0:2:0

    Teaching & Examination Scheme

    Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme (Marks)

    Hours (Sessions in term, should match with hrs mentioned in Syllabus)

    L

    0

    T

    0

    P

    30

    S

    0

    Th Internal 0

    Pr Internal 40

    Th Term end 0

    Pr Term end 40

    Skill Assessment 20

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    Syllabus

    Sr. No

    Unit Detailed Topic wise Syllabus (In bullet points)

    Separate Sessions (L :T:P: S)

    Total Sessions (Contact hours)

    1 UNIT I

    Study of Anthropology- learning what is anthropology and its sub topics.

    Cultural anthropology- Definitions and examples of Ethnology, ethnography and Social anthropology.

    Physical Anthropology- Definitions and examples of racial history, Paleontology and human genetics.

    Archeology- Aspects of archaeology Linguistics- Definitions and examples of: Descriptive Linguistics. Phonology. Morphology, Syntax and Grammar. Historical Linguistics.

    0:0:20:0 10W

    2 UNIT II

    Qualitative and Quantitative sociological aspect.

    Definitions and examples of different areas of sociology.

    0:0:10:0 5W

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    COURSE WISE SYLLABUS

    Program Name

    Bachelor’s Degree in Architecture (B.Arch.)

    Course Name Theory Of Design- II

    Course Code ARCH119

    Version No 1.0 Version Update date 1-03-2018

    Pre-requisite Completed course of Theory of design-I

    Course Objective

    To provide the students with a sound background in design Skills by treating Design as a

    basic creative activity.

    To focus on improving creativity through practicing certain established methods &

    exercises in creativity

    To draw inspiration from and establish analogies between other creative arts and

    architecture.

    Course Outcome

    To develop design skills by treating design as a basic creative activity

    To develop creativity through practicing certain established methods & exercises in

    creativity

    To establish analogies between other creative arts and architecture.

    Total Credits / L:T:P:S

    1/ 0:0:2:0

    Teaching & Examination Scheme

    Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme (Marks) 100

    Hours (Sessions in term, should match with hrs mentioned in Syllabus)

    L

    0

    T

    0

    P

    30

    S

    0

    Th Internal 0

    Pr Internal 40

    Th Term end 0

    Pr Term end 40

    Skill Assessment 20

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    Syllabus

    Sr. No

    Unit Detailed Topic wise Syllabus (In bullet points)

    Separate Sessions (L :T:P: S)

    Total Sessions (Contact hours)

    1. Techniques of improving creativity in design I

    Creativity and motivation

    for architects

    Psychological qualities

    Skills and behavior for

    creativity

    (0:0:6:0) 6

    2. Techniques of improving creativity in design II

    Binary and cyclic

    processes

    (Tree of possibilities) Lateral Thinking

    Random combinations

    Use of the ridiculous

    (0:0:6:0) 6

    3. Techniques of improving creativity in design III

    Manipulative verb

    Transformation

    Abstraction

    Geometry

    (0:0:6:0) 6

    4. Inspiration I Material

    History

    Mimesis

    Nature climate

    Association with other arts

    (0:0:6:0) 6

    5. Inspiration II Paradox, Exotic and

    multicultural

    (0:0:6:0) 6

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    Architectural Biographies

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    COURSE WISE SYLLABUS

    Program Name Degree in Bachelor of Architecture [B.ARCH.]; Course Level: F.Y.B. ARCH.

    Course Name Computer Applications-II Course Code ARCH120

    Version No 1.0 Version Update date 12.03.18

    Pre-requisite Completion Course Curriculum of Computer Applications-I (ARCH110)

    Course Objective

    o To familiarize students to computer based representation in 2 and 3 dimensions, in order to visualize several aspects of an architectural object.

    o To acquire the necessary skills of using computer software for creating three dimensional structural models for visualization and relate the ideas to fundamental architectural concepts.

    Course Outcome The students after undergoing this curriculum shall be able to use the two-dimensional

    and three-dimensional software as tool for architectural visualization and design.

    Total Credits / L:T:P:S (Weekly)

    0 : 0 : 2 : 0 Total Credits - 1

    Teaching &Examination Scheme

    Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme (Marks) 100 Marks

    Hours (Sessions in term, should match with hrs. mentioned in Syllabus)

    L

    0

    T

    0

    P

    30

    S

    0

    Th. Internal NA

    Pr. Internal 40

    Th. Term end NA

    Pr. Term end 40

    Skill Assessment

    20

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    Syllabus

    Sr. No Unit Detailed Topic wise Syllabus (In bullet points)

    Separate Sessions (L :T:P: S)

    Total Sessions (Contact hours)

    1 UNIT I

    Document and detail the two-dimensional drawings using AutoCAD as drawing tool

    0 : 0 : 16 : 0

    16:00 Hours

    2 UNIT II

    Design using three-dimensional analysis and visualization tool i.e. Sketch Up

    0 : 0 : 7 : 0

    07:00 Hours

    3 Unit III Architectural working details using three dimensional tool i.e. Sketch Up

    0 : 0 : 7 : 0

    07:00 Hours

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    SEMESTER III

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    Module Detailed Topic wise Syllabus (In bullet points)

    Separate Sessions (L :T:P: S)

    Total Sessions (Contact hours)

    Program Name

    Bachelor’s Degree in Architecture

    Course Name

    Architectural Design-I

    Course Code ARCH201

    Version No 1.0 Version Update date 5.06.18

    Pre-requisite

    Completed course of Architectural Design Foundation

    Course Objective

    To comprehend Design as iterative process at various scales/ levels. To comprehend relationship between designs, visual arts, building

    construction, climatology, building materials, structure etc. and evolve a design solution.

    Course Outcome

    To design multi-functional, multi-cellular built environments such as nursery school, library, canteen, house, primary medical centre, creshe, community hall, health club, hobby centre for children etc. through aesthetical, functional as well as technical aspects.

    Total Credits / L:T:P:S

    5/0:0:4:3

    Teaching & Examination Scheme

    Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme (Marks)200

    Hours (Sessions in term, should match with hrs mentioned in Syllabus)

    L

    0

    T

    0

    P

    60

    S

    45

    Th Internal 0

    Pr Internal 80

    Th Term end 0

    Pr Term end 80

    Skill Assessment 40

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    1. Architectural design projects with multi-cellular dual level spaces approximately 300-500 sq.m

    First Design project to focus on multi-

    functional, multi-cellular built

    environments such as a house/

    bungalow.

    (0:0:28:21) 7W

    Second Design project to focus on multi-functional, multi-cellular built

    environments such as a primary health

    centre.

    (0:0:20:15 5W

    Time problem (0:0:12:9) 3 W

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    COURSE CURRICULUM PACK

    Program Name

    Bachelor’s Degree in Architecture, (B.Arch.)

    Course Name

    Building Technology & Materials - III

    Course Code ARCH202

    Version No 1.0 Version Update date 5.06.18

    Pre-requisite

    Completed course of Building Technology & Materials -II

    Course Objective

    To study various types of deep and shallow foundations used in various types of soils for framed construction

    To understand basic principles of RCC construction To study other components of a building project

    Course Outcome

    To understand various types of deep and shallow foundations used in various types of soils for framed construction

    To comprehend basic principles of RCC construction To distinguish other components of a building project

    Total Credits / L:T:P:S

    4/ 1:1:2:1

    Teaching & Examination Scheme

    Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme (Marks) 200

    Hours (Sessions in term, should match with hrs mentioned in Syllabus)

    L

    15

    T

    15

    P

    30

    S

    15

    Th Internal 50

    Pr Internal 50

    Th Term end 40

    Pr Term end 40

    Skill Assessment 20

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    6 RCC Work The Students should be able to:

    Describe reinforced concrete

    construction process with mixing of

    concrete, transportation, form-

    work, laying of reinforcement,

    casting, deshuttering and curing.

    Design RCC frame structure for

    smaller spans

    The students will do an individual sheet on RCC frame structure.

    They will maintain an individual journal of sketches and notes.

    Syllabus

    Sr. No

    Unit Detailed Topic wise Syllabus (In bullet points)

    Separate Sessions (L :T:P: S)

    Total Sessions (Contact hours)

    1 Materials and Tools Sheet roof coverings Different types of flooring and

    paving materials and finishes and preformed and in-situ techniques for the same.

    Cement Concrete- ingredients, admixtures and additives, manufacturing/ mixing properties, placing, curing, and testing.

    Steel for reinforcement of concrete. All tools for reinforced cement

    concrete construction.

    (2:2:4:2) 10

    2 Foundations Different types of foundations, shallow and deep foundations for different types of soils, foundation on sloping site, failure of foundations

    Introduction to the relevance of soil mechanics to foundation design

    (3:3:6:3) 15

    3 Damp proof course

    Causes of dampness and necessity of damp- and water- proofing.

    Different methods or treatments of damp- and water proofing.

    Different materials used in damp- proofing including brick on edge, rough Shahabad stone, bitumen sheets, plastic sheets and other proprietary materials.

    (2:2:4:2) 10

    4 Doors and windows Various types of sliding and folding doors

    Doors in non- timber materials

    (3:3:6:3) 15

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    Bay window 5 Fences and Gates Fencing and Gates- types,

    materials and techniques (2:2:4:2) 10

    6 RCC Work Principles of RCC

    Reinforced concrete construction

    process with mixing of concrete,

    transportation, form-work, laying

    of reinforcement, casting,

    deshuttering and curing.

    RCC frame structure for smaller spans

    (3:3:6:3) 15

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    Program Name

    Bachelor’s Degree in Architecture, (B.Arch.)

    Course Name

    Landscape Architecture-I

    Course Code ARCH203

    Version No 1.0 Version Update date 5.06.18

    Pre-requisite

    Completed course of Architectural Design Foundation

    Course Objective

    To introduce the students to Landscape architecture and its scope. To develop understanding of site analysis and site planning and integrated design of

    open and built spaces. To understand the elements and principles of landscape design and role of landscape

    elements in design of outdoor environments on the site. To study the changing relationship of man with nature in various parts of the world

    through various ages and study history of landscape design.

    Course Outcome

    To design outdoor environments with the elements and principles of landscape design. To understand the changing relationship of man with nature in various parts of the world through various ages and study history of landscape design.

    Total Credits / L:T:P:S

    2/ 0:0:2:1

    Teaching & Examination Scheme

    Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme (Marks) 100

    Hours (Sessions in term, should match with hrs mentioned in Syllabus)

    L

    0

    T

    0

    P

    30

    S

    15

    Th Internal 0

    Pr Internal 40

    Th Term end 0

    Pr Term end 40

    Skill Assessment 20

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    Syllabus

    Sr. No

    Unit Detailed Topic wise Syllabus (In bullet points)

    Separate Sessions (L :T:P: S)

    Total Sessions (Contact hours)

    1 Introduction Introduction of landscape architecture, its scope and understanding the differences between landscape design and building design. Significance of time in landscape design.

    (0:0:4:2) 6

    2 Site Studies and Site Planning

    Principles of site planning. Site survey and appraisal – the physical and social context of the site and various site characteristics such as microclimate, topography, hydrology, existing features (natural and manmade), etc. Site suitability analysis. Process of developing a brief for open spaces. Design issues in site planning and siting of buildings. Integrated approach to design of building and open spaces. Introduction to grading, landform modifications and surface water drainage.

    (0:0:4:2) 6

    3 Elements & Principles of Landscape Design

    Elements of landscape Design – Landform, water, plants and built elements (hard areas, paths, terraces) .Understanding the visual (color, form, texture) characteristics and also the non‐visual characteristics (smell, touch, sound) characteristics of these elements and their usage to achieve the functional, aesthetic and environmental goals. Principles of landscape design (harmony, balance, Contrast, etc.).

    (0:0:14:7) 21

    4 History of Landscape Architecture

    Changing relationship of man with nature in various phases in history and its influence on the environment. Reviewing landscape design and garden design in history in various parts of the world& phases in history – Eastern (India, China, Japan), Western (Egypt, Mesopotamia, Greece, Roman, Medieval, Renaissance & Baroque, English school) and Central (Persia, Islamic landscapes).Industrialization, New towns, Need for parks, Park movement in America. Contemporary movements.

    (0:0:8:4) 12

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    Program Name

    Bachelor’s Degree in Architecture, (B.Arch.)

    Course Name

    Architectural Graphics - III

    Course Code ARCH204

    Version No 1.0 Version Update date 5.06.18

    Pre-requisite

    Completed course of Architectural Graphics -II

    Course Objective

    To enable the students to communicate an architectural idea / proposal in a

    legible and effective manner through perspective projections, use of shades and shadows,

    and various architectural presentation and rendering techniques.

    To enable the students to generate simple architectural drawing using AutoCAD.

    Course Outcome

    To present an architectural idea / proposal in a legible and effective manner

    through perspective projections, use of shades and shadows, and various architectural

    presentation and rendering techniques.

    To generate simple architectural drawing using AutoCAD.

    Total Credits / L:T:P:S

    3/ 0:0:3:1

    Teaching & Examination Scheme

    Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme (Marks) 100

    Hours (Sessions in term, should match with hrs mentioned in Syllabus)

    L

    0

    T

    0

    P

    45

    S

    15

    Th Internal 0

    Pr Internal 40

    Th Term end 0

    Pr Term end 40

    Skill Assessment 20

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    Syllabus

    Sr. No

    Unit Detailed Topic wise Syllabus (In bullet points) Separate Sessions (L :T:P: S)

    Total Sessions (Contact hours)

    1 Perspective Drawing

    Drawing one-point and two-point

    perspective of objects and

    buildings/ building components using

    various methods including grid method.

    Introduction to concept of bird’s eye view, worm’s eye view etc

    (0:0:12:4)

    16

    2 Sciography:

    Principles of Sciography (shades and shadows) for 3-Dimensional

    objects and buildings on plans, elevation, isometric and

    perspective.

    (0:0:12:4)

    16

    3 Presentation Techniques:

    Introduction to various mediums for architectural presentations in

    various drawing formats.

    (0:0:6:2)

    8

    4 Sketching:

    Introduction to Sketching techniques using various mediums to

    capture spatial character (built or inbuilt)

    (0:0:6:2)

    8

    5 Computer Aided Drawing

    A

    dvance commands in CAD such as Setting Drawing parameter, Layer

    controls, Hatching, Model and paper space settings etc.

    D

    rafting single building from Semester II Design on CAD

    (0:0:9:3)

    12

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    Program Name

    Bachelor’s Degree in Architecture, (B.Arch.)

    Course Name

    History of Architecture - II

    Course Code ARCH205

    Version No 1.0 Version Update date 5.06.18

    Pre-requisite

    Completed course of History of Architecture -I

    Course Objective

    To understand Architectural History is the manifestation of the socio-cultural, intellectual and other factors of the specific time, space and people.

    To develop interest in understanding styles, buildings, construction, and special attributing features in those contexts through comparative and critical studies to develop the skills of critical analysis and research

    Course Outcome

    To understand Architectural history as the manifestation of different factors of specific time, space and people.

    To critically analyse the different architectural styles, buildings, construction and other special attributing features.

    Total Credits / L:T:P:S

    2/ 1:0:1:0

    Teaching & Examination Scheme

    Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme (Marks) 200

    Hours (Sessions in term, should match with hrs mentioned in Syllabus)

    L

    15

    T

    0

    P

    15

    S

    0

    Th Internal 50

    Pr Internal 50

    Th Term end 40

    Pr Term end 40

    Skill Assessment 20

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    Syllabus

    Sr. No

    Unit Detailed Topic wise Syllabus (In bullet points)

    Separate Sessions (L :T:P: S)

    Total Sessions (Contact hours)

    1 Roman Civilization

    General Architectural Character Major Building Types-Tombs Temples,

    Amphitheatre, Hippodrome, Circus, Palaces, Arches, Bridges, Aqueduct, Thermae,

    Elements of Special Attribute-Roman Column Orders, Roman Construction Technology.

    (2:0:2:0) 4

    2 Early Christian Architecture

    Transitional socio-cultural, political and other factors.

    Basilican church typology: planning, construction and other features.

    Relevant examples for analytical studies.

    (2:0:2:0) 4

    3 Byzantine Architecture

    Influence of socio-political, geo-cultural and other factors.

    Centralized church typology: Spatial planning, construction and other features.

    Relevant examples for analytical studies.

    (2:0:2:0) 4

    4 Romanesque Architecture

    Influence of Early Medieval socio-political, cultural and other factors.

    Church and the precinct: Architectural planning, constructional and other features.

    Elements of special attributes: Campanile, raking arcade, wall-passage, triforium. Relevant examples for analytical studies.

    (3:0:3:0) 6

    5 Gothic architecture Influence of Late Medieval socio-cultural and other factors.

    Cathedrals, Monastic establishments, Parish churches: spatial planning, construction and other architectural and structural features.

    English and French church planning. Secular architecture: Manor houses,

    castles. Town planning principles. Elements of special attributes: flying

    buttress, window tracery, stained glass. Relevant examples for analytical studies.

    (3:0:3:0) 6

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    6 Renaissance Architecture:

    Influence of socio-cultural and other factors.

    Churches, Palazzo, villa: spatial planning, construction and other architectural features. Elements of special attributes: Order, Balustrade, Cornice, rustication

    Town Planning principles. Post Renaissance: Baroque architecture.

    Relevant examples for analytical studies

    (3:0:3:0) 6

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    Program Name

    Bachelor’s Degree in Architecture, (B.Arch.)

    Course Name

    Special Skills Workshop - III

    Course Code ARCH206

    Version No 1.0 Version Update date 5.06.18

    Pre-requisite

    Completed course of Special Skills Workshop -II

    Course Objective

    To acquire the advanced skill in constructing three dimensional forms using different model making materials and equipment, using different scale.

    To develop dexterity of hand in manipulation of different materials. Use of instruments and adhesives required for model making.

    Course Outcome

    To construct three dimensional forms using different model making materials and equipment, using different scale.

    To skilfully use different instruments, adhesives and materials for model making.

    Total Credits / L:T:P:S

    2/ 0:0:0:2

    Teaching & Examination Scheme

    Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme (Marks) 100

    Hours (Sessions in term, should match with hrs mentioned in Syllabus)

    L

    0

    T

    0

    P

    0

    S

    30

    Th Internal 0

    Pr Internal 40

    Th Term end 0

    Pr Term end 40

    Skill Assessment 20

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    Syllabus

    Sr. No

    Module/ Unit

    Detailed Topic wise Syllabus (In bullet points)

    Separate Sessions (L :T:P: S)

    Total Sessions (Contact hours)

    1 Instruments and adhesives

    Use of various instruments required for model making. Use of various adhesives and joining techniques.

    (0:0:0:4) 4

    2 Colours and methods of colouring

    Importance of appropriate use of colours in model making and methods of colouring the models.

    (0:0:0:4) 4

    3 Materials and equipment of model making

    Experiments with various materials and equipment in terms of preparation of basic forms/ Geometrical forms with appropriate scale and dimensions.

    (0:0:0:8) 8

    4 Types of models

    Introduction to various types of models such as site model, study model, block model and finished presentation models.

    Importance of various types of models to appropriate stages of Architectural Design.

    Use of appropriate scales, suitable to various types of models.

    (0:0:0:14) 14

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    Program Name

    Bachelor’s Degree in Architecture, (B.Arch.)

    Course Name

    Structural Systems & Design - III

    Course Code ARCH207

    Version No 1.0 Version Update date 5.06.18

    Pre-requisite

    Completed course of Structural Systems & Design -II

    Course Objective

    To understand the concept of Buckling and Crushing in Columns.

    To understand Fixity at supports and Concept of Continuity over supports and

    Negative Bending Moments

    To understand the principles of Load Bearing Construction, Use of Arches and Lintels.

    To Study the strength of one Material - Steel and the use of these material as Beams,

    and Columns or as members of a Truss.

    Design By Working Stress Method

    Course Outcome

    To apply the concept of buckling and crushing in columns. To use steel as material

    for beams, and columns or members of a truss. To design by working

    stress method.

    Total Credits / L:T:P:S

    2/ 0:0:2:1

    Teaching & Examination Scheme

    Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme (Marks) 100

    Hours (Sessions in term, should match with hrs mentioned in Syllabus)

    L

    0

    T

    0

    P

    30

    S

    15

    Th Internal 0

    Pr Internal 40

    Th Term end 0

    Pr Term end 40

    Skill Assessment 20

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    Syllabus

    Sr. No

    Module/ Unit

    Detailed Topic wise Syllabus (In bullet points)

    Separate Sessions (L :T:P: S)

    Total Sessions (Contact hours)

    1 Analysis of Columns

    Determine Buckling and Crushing

    Failure in Columns. Assumptions and

    Limitations. Concepts of End Conditions, Slenderness Ratio.

    (0:0:4:2) 6

    2 Analysis of Fixed Beams and Continuous Beams

    Concept of Negative Bending Moment at supports.

    Concept of continuity over supports and Typical B.M.D to explain the negative B.M.D over supports.

    (0:0:6:3) 9

    3 Loading on Structures, Transfer of loads, Load Bearing Constructions.

    Classification of the loads as Live Loads, Dead Loads, Wind Loads, Snow Load, and Seismic Loads. Loads Transfer from Slab to Beam to Columns to Footing. Beam Loads to Include Brick wall Loads.

    Load Transfer in Arches – Different Kinds of Hinged Arches. Load Transfer across Lintels.

    (0:0:6:3) 9

    4 Methods of Design –

    Working Stress

    Method

    Explanation of the Assumptions, Factors of Safety, Limitations and Advantages of working stress method of design of structural members

    (0:0:4:2) 6

    5 Design of Steel structures

    Reading Steel Tables. Design of Steel Girders – Using I sections, Design

    of Steel Stanchions – Using I Sections and C. Design of Compression Member and Tension

    Members of a Roof Truss Using Angle Sections.

    (0:0:6:3) 9

    6 Connections in Structural Steel

    Riveting, Welding, and Bolting. Advantages and Disadvantages.

    Numerical problems on welding and bolting only.

    (0:0:4:2) 6

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    Module/ Unit Detailed Topic wise Syllabus (In bullet points)

    Separate Sessions (L :T:P: S)

    Total Sessions (Contact hours)

    1 Introduction to Linear Measurements. Measurements in (0:0:2:0) 2

    Program Name

    Bachelor’s Degree in Architecture, (B.Arch.)

    Course Name

    Surveying & Leveling

    Course Code ARCH208

    Version No 1.0 Version Update date 5.06.18

    Pre-requisite

    Completed course of Structural Systems and Design

    Course Objective

    To enable the students to get conversant with locating the object positions in horizontal and vertical plane with desired accuracy as needed for architectural profession.

    To enable the student to prepare and interpret survey drawings.

    Course Outcome

    To locate object positions on site in horizontal and vertical plane with desired accuracy as needed for architectural profession.

    To prepare and interpret survey drawings.

    Total Credits / L:T:P:S

    1/ 0:0:2:0

    Teaching & Examination Scheme

    Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme (Marks) 100

    Hours (Sessions in term, should match with hrs mentioned in Syllabus)

    L

    0

    T

    0

    P

    30

    S

    0

    Th Internal 0

    Pr Internal 40

    Th Term end 0

    Pr Term end 40

    Skill Assessment 20

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    surveying and its equipment

    horizontal plane, survey stations, survey lines open and closed traverse, locating objects by chaining and offsetting, direct and indirect ranging, locating field boundaries and working out area of field, measuring distances with chain, tapes, ODM’s ,EDM’s, introduction to Total Station, survey accessories, measurements along sloping ground.

    2 Chain surveying Chain Surveying: Base line, tie lines, check lines.

    (0:0:4:0) 4

    3 Directional and Angular Measurements

    Directional and Angular Measurements. Magnetic and true meridian, Magnetic and true bearings, use of bearings, use of prismatic compass, calculation of included angles, Fore and back Bearings, declination plotting and adjustment of closed traverse

    (0:0:4:0) 4

    4 Levelling Levelling: Dumpy level, auto and tilting level, principle lines of leveling instrument, axis of telescope, axis of bubble tube, line of collimation, vertical axis recording by collimation plane, method and rise- fall method, B.S/J.S/F.S, change point, level surface, horizontal surface, datum,Reduced Level/ elevation of a point, Bench Marks, GTS,PBM/ABM/TBM. Temporary A djustments

    (0:0:4:0) 4

    5 Contours: Characteristics, contour interval, direct and indirect methods of contouring, block contour surveys, profile leveling, longitudinal and cross sections, plotting the contours and profiles,gradient

    (0:0:4:0) 4

    6 Uses of Transit

    Theodolite.

    Uses of Transit Theodolite. Measuring horizontal and vertical angles, calculation height of buildings, use of Theodolite as technometer, techeometric tables, and interpolation of contours.

    (0:0:4:0) 4

    7 Plane Table

    Surveys

    Accessories used in plane tabling, methods of locating objects, methods of table orientation, Advantages and disadvantages.

    (0:0:4:0) 4

    8 Use of

    Planimeter

    Area of zero circle, calculating area of irregular shape figures

    (0:0:4:0) 4

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    Program Name

    Bachelor’s Degree in Architecture, (B.Arch.)

    Course Name

    Theory of Design - III

    Course Code ARCH209

    Version No 1.0 Version Update date 5.06.18

    Pre-requisite

    Completed course of Theory of Design -II

    Course Objective

    To enable the students to develop Architectural Design as a core subject to Architectural Studies.

    Progressively understand the design process as a synthesis of variety of factors analyzed and studied.

    Course Outcome

    To understand the theoretical underpinnings behind core Architectural Design. To comprehend the

    relation between theory and experiences.

    Total Credits / L:T:P:S

    1/ 0:0:2:0

    Teaching & Examination Scheme

    Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme (Marks) 100

    Hours (Sessions in term, should match with hrs mentioned in Syllabus)

    L

    0

    T

    0

    P

    30

    S

    0

    Th Internal 0

    Pr Internal 40

    Th Term end 0

    Pr Term end 40

    Skill Assessment 20

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    Syllabus

    Sr. No

    Module/ Unit Detailed Topic wise Syllabus (In bullet points)

    Separate Sessions (L :T:P: S)

    Total Sessions (Contact hours)

    1 Architecture, Nature and the Constructed Site.

    Toward New Horizon in Architecture

    Negation and Reconciliation

    (0:0:4:0) 4

    2 Phenomenology of Meaning and Place

    The Phenomenon of place Heidegger’s Thinking on

    Architecture On Reading Heidegger The Geometry of Feeling: A Look at

    the Phenomenology of Architecture

    (0:0:4:0) 4

    3 Semiotics and Structuralism: The Question of Signification

    Semiotics and Architecture: Ideological Consumption or Theoretical Work

    A Plain Man’s Guide to the Theory of signs in Architecture.

    (0:0:4:0) 4

    4 Typology and

    Transformation

    On the typology of Architecture Typology and Design Method The Third Typology

    (0:0:4:0) 4

    5 Historicism: The

    Problem of

    Tradition

    Three kinds of Historicism The end of the Classical: The End

    of the Beginning, The End of the End.

    From Contrast to Analogy: Developments in the Concept of Architectural Intervention.

    (0:0:4:0) 4

    6 The School of

    Venice

    Territory and Architecture An Analogical Architecture Thoughts about my Recent

    Work Problems in the form of a

    conclusion

    (0:0:4:0) 4

    7 Tectonic