Mudra Takshashila Institute of Design and Architecture situated in Vadodara was established in June 2016 Founded By Arasur Vidhyapith Foundation. The Institute has dedicated faculty who works continuously to make an environment of learning, critical thinking, and intellectual development, for students to study Architecture and Design. All courses are affiliated with Sri Govind Guru University(SGGU) Godhra, Gujarat.

Mudra Takshashila Institute of Design and Architecture courses

The School offers broad-based Programs in Architecture and Interior Design with focused education to meet the challenges of the design profession. The following degree programs are offered by MUDRA:

  • Bachelor’s in Architecture (B.Arch.) - Five Years Full-Time Program
  • Bachelor’s in Design (B.Interior Design) - Four Years Full-Time Program
  • Bachelor of Arts (Program in Tribal Studies) - Three Years Full-Time Program

Course Name


Exam Accepted


(10 + 2 With 50% in Physics, Chemistry & Maths and also 50 % Aggregate from CBSE / equivalent board) OR (Passed in 10+3 Diploma with maths as compulsory subject with 50% aggregate) 

NATA/ JEE Paper-2


Students with a minimum of 50% marks in Higher Secondary Examination or equivalent will be eligible

Merit basis

B. Arts-Tribal Studies

(10+2) qualification with a minimum of 50% marks in aggregate from a recognized educational Board. B.A. in Fine Arts

Merit basis

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Mudra Takshashila Institute of Design and Architecture Salient Features

  • PBL (Problem Based Learning) approach with an emphasis on the thought processes.
  • In the first three years, students are introduced to diverse ways of design thinking; followed by the freedom to pursue their chosen direction, with expert guidance.
  • Giving international design exposure to students supported by faculty with international experience.
  • The Design Studio connects to six sets of “Body of Knowledge”, and they include Technology, Communication, Humanities, History, and Theory of Architecture, Practice of Architecture and Design and Environmental Sciences.
  • Studios remain open beyond the regular class hours to encourage participation and promote synergy and group dynamics required to foster a shared learning process.
  • Studio spaces are air-conditioned to provide a better work environment.
  • To nurture learning by making, Studios are supported by well-equipped workshops with trained technicians.
  • Study tours are organized regularly to conduct Related Study Program for development of skills like documentation, sketching, photography and hands-on knowledge of construction techniques.
  • Emphasis on a sustainable approach to design through indigenous and high-end technology.
  • It also addresses the Urban, Rural, and Tribal Communities to understand the challenges to face in their respective natural and built environment to create a common platform for design strategies.