B.Arch. in Building Construction Technology is a 3-year undergraduate course in architecture, the minimum eligibility for admission to which is the successful completion of the 10+2 level of education.
The average tuition fee charged in India for the course ranges between INR 1 and 10 Lakhs for a span of 5 years.
Admission to the course is based on the candidate’s performance at the 10+2 level, or in a relevant entrance test, such as NATA, BITSAT, often followed by a round of Personal Interview.
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Such graduates are typically hired in capacities such as:
Popular areas of recruitment include:
The average annual salary offered to such professionals in India ranges between INR 2 and 10 lakhs, increasing with experience and expertise.
Popular organizations that recruit such graduates include:
Listed below are some of the major highlights of the course.
|Examination Type||Semester System|
|Eligibility||10+2, preferably with Science subjects, with a minimum aggregate score of 50%.|
|Admission Process||Merit-based/ Based on counselling after qualification of entrance test such as NATA, BITSAT etc.|
|Course Fee||INR 1 to INR 10 lacs for 5 years|
|Average Starting Salary||INR 2 to 10 lacs per annum|
|Top Recruiting Companies||Jones Lang LaSalle Meghraj, L&T, DLF, Jindals, IMAXE, Manchanda Associates, Architect Consultants, VSA Space Design (P) Ltd., Edifice Architects Pvt. Ltd., Chitra Vishwanath Architects, Sahara Group, and such.|
|Job Positions||Data Analyst, Architecture Designer, Architecture Engineer, Interior Designer, Architecture Draftsman, Staff Consultant, Technical Assistant, Project Assistant Manager, Manager Sales, Business Development Manager, Architectural Assistant, Architectural Historian/ Journalist, Art Director, Building Contractor, Landscape Architect, among others.|
Building Construction Technology encompasses aspects such as:
Building Construction Technology is both an art and a science, concerned with creating places for people.
Landscape Architects typically:
Building Construction Technology involves components of study such as:
Such architects design traditional places such as:
The course’s curriculum covers:
|Name of Institute||City||Average Fees|
|St. Wilfred's Institute of Architecture, Mumbai||Mumbai||INR 4 Lacs (course)|
|REVA University||Bangalore||INR 5,000 (course)|
|Amity University||Noida||INR 4.05 Lacs (course)|
|Accurate Institute of Management and Technology||Noida||INR 10.20 Lacs (course)|
|MBS SCHOOL OF PLANNING AND ARCHITECTURE||Delhi||INR 1.25 Lacs (course)|
|Apeejay Institute of Technology - School of Architecture & Planning||Noida||INR 2.41 Lacs (course)|
|Manav Rachna International University - Faculty of Planning And Architecture||Faridabad||INR 6.36 Lacs (course)|
|Sharda University||Gurgaon||INR 5 Lacs (course)|
|GD Goenka University – School of Architecture & Planning||Gurgaon||INR 3.10 Lacs (course)|
|Khandelwal College of Architecture and Design||Bareilly||INR 3.70 Lacs (course)|
|Babu Banarasi Das National Institute of Technology & Management||Lucknow||INR 4.85 Lacs (course)|
|MBM Engineering College||Jodhpur||INR 2.75 Lacs (course)|
Listed below are the minimum criteria of eligibility that interested candidates need to fulfil in order to apply for the course.
10+3 Diploma/ International Baccalaureate Diploma from central / state government
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Most institutes offering the course admit students based on performance in a relevant entrance test. Admission process generally varies across colleges.
A few institutes also provide direct admission based on the candidate’s performance at the 10+2 level.
Some such entrance tests conducted in the country for admission to the course are:
National Aptitude Test for Architecture (NATA).
|Semester I||Semester II|
|Architectural Design – I||Architectural Design - II|
|Building Construction materials – I||Building Construction materials - II|
|Architectural Graphics – I||Architectural Graphics - II|
|History of Architecture – I||History of Architecture - II|
|Fine Arts/Applied Arts – I||Theory of Design - I|
|Structures – I||Structures – II|
|Communication Skills||Fine Arts/Applied Arts - II|
|-||Art Appreciation & Photography|
|Semester III||Semester IV|
|Architectural Design – III||Architectural Design – IV|
|Building Construction materials – III||Building Construction materials – IV|
|Architectural Graphics – III||Climatology - I|
|Theory of Design – II||Building Services – I (Water Supply, Plumbing and Sanitation)|
|Structures – III||Structures – IV|
|Environment studies||Surveying and Leveling - I|
|Constitution of India||Introduction to Computer – I: CAD|
|Soft Core Elective||Soft Core Elective|
|Semester V||Semester VI|
|Architectural Design – V||Architectural Design – VI|
|Building Construction materials – V||Building Construction materials – VI|
|Climatology – II||Value education|
|Building Services-II (Electrical)||Sociology & Building Economics|
|Structures – V||Building Services-III (HVAC)|
|Computer – II: AUTOCAD||Structures – VI|
|Soft Core Elective||Computer – III: Archi CAD|
|Vacation Assignment||Landscape Architecture|
|-||Soft Core Elective|
|Architectural Design – VII||Introduction to Town Planning|
|Professional Practice & Ethics – I||Computer – IV: Revit Architecture|
|Estimation & Costing||Interior Design|
|Building Services-IV (Acoustics)||Soft Core Elective|
|Open Elective||Vacation Assignment|
|Semester VIII||Semester IX|
|Professional Training – I||Professional Training – II|
|Architectural Design Thesis||Construction Management|
|Disaster Management||Professional Practice – II|
Popular employment areas for such graduates include:
Popular job roles for such graduates include:
Such professionals are gainfully employed across:
Some of the popular professional avenues open to successful graduates of the course are listed below with the corresponding salaries offered for the respective positions.
|Job Position||Job Description||Average Annual Pay Scale in INR|
A Project Expediter is similar to a Project Coordinator, and also works under the Project Manager. This includes procuring supplies and material, and arranging for personnel transport as well as material delivery and storage.
They ensure that the right material arrive at the site at the right time. They inspect goods upon delivery to ensure the level of quality and quantity, and to ensure adherence to specifications. Expeditors work on several jobs at once are responsible for many things.
They frequently use filing and computer systems to keep everything organized.
|Business Development Coordinator|
Business Development Coordinators contributes to the growth and development of a business outlet. They are responsible for ensuring the accurate collection of information about clients.
They are depended upon by top management for growth and development of the organization, for effecting growth of the company’s brand, and to ensure prevalence against competition in the organization’s chosen niche.
|Estimator||Cost Estimators typically estimate and resolve issues, using computer software to calculate estimates. They evaluate a product’s cost-effectiveness or profitability. They develop project plans for the duration of the project.||9, 50,000|
Field Engineers/ Field Technicians, or Field Service Technicians make use of scientific, engineering, and mathematical theories in addressing the problems that crop up in productions plants.
They aid in the proper functioning of production plants, and are conversant in the technicalities involved in troubleshooting and implementing such solutions appropriately.
|Owner's Representative||Owner’s Representatives are work to represent huge and high-profile construction projects.||5,52,516|
Project Engineers interact daily with the clients to interpret their needs and requirements and represent them in the field. They perform overall quality control of the work (budget, schedule, plans, personnel’s performance), and report regularly on project status.
They assign responsibilities and mentor project team, and review engineering deliverables, and initiate appropriate corrective actions