The curriculum here is basically what the student wishes to learn. Open electives are provided for the student to choose based on certain factors like the subject, faculty teaching it and the availability at the time of selection. We are exposed to project where we learn a lot professionally about the planning and execution.
Placement training at TSAP is excellent, we have frequent workshops, the institute even takes up live projects where students could lend a hand. Most of them do their post-graduation and the rest of them get placed in firms for experiencing a job.
There are many artsy events that is organised by the college. We have design workshops to enhance our skills. Events like origami, wire structure designing, bottle painting, caricature making are organised by the college during fests.
The fee for the whole year (total four years) comes around Rs. 2,05,800 which includes the tuition fee of Rs. 1,80,000 and other miscellaneous fees. Student education loan facility is also available is needed.
No scholarship detail is disclosed as of now by the college. However, there is a refund policy by the college. Students willing to avail educational loans can look for details and installments on the Vidya Lakshmi portal for further details.
Workshops are a must to students who are in the initial learning phase. TSAP never fails to organize such workshops. We have design workshops and workshops on designing and planning of green buildings. All the labs are well-equipped and meet the university standards.
Alumni are one main reason for some of the students to get placed as they recommend our names at the firms they have worked or currently work at. As in general many companies don't visit architecture schools and some opt for higher education, the rest however get into firms that come to the college or the ones our seniors work at.
I wrote JEE mains and NATA as I was very determined in getting into architecture someway or the other. Luckily I got into B.Arch at TSAP with my NATA score and Board score cumulative. One has to score a minimum of 50% in his/her boards. The NATA and JEE mains cut off varies from year to year.
The faculty of TSAP are very well-qualified, unbiased and approachable, most of them have a very elaborated professional experience. Visiting faculties who visit us regularly bring us a lot of information about the subject and the practicality of it.
campus placement is generally eligible in the last year. for architecture, the term campus placement is not fitting in this college. there is only a single company taking students from here in the name of campus placement. the intake is less than 5 students out of 80. more students go for starting a firm by their own or do post-graduation. i think ill do the post graduation after my degree.
There is no campus placement for architecture students. After completion of the degree, one can apply for jobs or opt for masters. Architects get an average starting salary of 20-25 thousand. The course is pretty expensive including college fees and printing prices. One can also open a private firm and earn enough money. There are very few open students getting placed. My plans after getting a degree are to apply for masters. For a teaching job, one must complete masters.
there are no campus placements for architecture students in the campus, however, the mandatory one year internship really opens up many opportunities to discover new firms and make contacts. the companies mostly require experienced people as there are no campus placements so the better option after bachelors is to opt for masters. however, placements are provided for engineers and technical courses.
For admission and eligibility into the Bachelor’s Degree in Architecture in India it is mandatory to appear for the National Aptitude Test in Architecture conducted by Council of Architecture. The students should also have 10+2 or equivalent with atleast 50 percent from any recognized Indian Board.
The college has a Placement Cell and they provide with great opportunities to its students. There are various skill development programs for the students to grow and develop their skills. There are internships and job opportunities for the students.
I got admission In this college by giving entrance exam named national aptitude test in architecture. I scored 90 marks out of 200 and applied for this college and got shortlisted.
The placement and job opportunities in this college is not very good. College doesn't provide any placement to the students. Students have to go to the architecture firm and give interviews. The average package that students get by giving interviews in the firms is rupees 20,000 per month. Which is very low and college needs to work on this part.
This college believes that education is not only books, classrooms and assignments, it is something apart from that all. Everything here is given equal importance be it academics or extracurricular activities or research project, you are not restricted from doing anything.
The college management including the teaching and non-teaching staff has always been helpful.
Basically, my college is the best campus. There are the so many trees around the college in the natural things. Are there are so study focus Li and sports Grounds are there also for the relising students and the other things labs computer rooms and the so many activities there are in college. So students have the that atmosphere in the college.
NATA entrance exam, Was interested and passionate about architecture. I have chosen this course over engineering. I am very good at sketching and have a creative mind.
Again the college wont provide any placement opportunities. Its you who have to make your cv and resume again and apply to different architecture offices. For the position of junior architect. The salary is usually 10k or above depens on the type and location of offices.
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