I would say that being a new college, it has already made its mark. It is rapidly growing. Being a new college we have all the new facilities and are guided in the right direction in the right way. In the upcoming year, it would grow into a larger network and I believe that it will make great strides in the near future.
It is a very interactive and creative course. It focuses more on the practical part of architecture where we physically do the work to understand it better. We do not have books but have study tours and workshops. Exams are held in the normal pattern.
Yes. After completion of 4th year, the college provides internships which may or may not give a monthly salary depending upon the firm or company that takes you as an intern. They might directly hire you for the job as well. Architecture is a field where placements are very few. Thus, students are prepared in a such a way that in near future, they can start their own firm.
The main events celebrated here are Ganesh Chaturthi, Sinhagad Carnival, New Year etc. It is during these occasions that students from all the neighbouring colleges mix together and enjoy to the fullest.
Compared to other renowned colleges, the fees here is average and affordable. There are scholarships intended to remove the burden on the guardians / students and make them study in this college at a minimal charge.
Yes. There are various scholarship schemes available for mostly all religions and castes. They provide a good platform for the under privileged students who can't normally afford to study in the college.
We have computer labs to do all the rendering, studios for classes and workshops along with AV rooms and exhibition room. Sports is a vital part of the curicullum with annual sports conducted every year.
The infrastructure is towards the lower side of average. The mess food can't be trusted as the taste might just ruin the day sometime. The walls are soaked in water during rainy season. Proper maintenance is not done. There is every possibility of improving it but special care of students must be taken.
Senior students are very helpful and kind. They have this zeal to provide guidance and make every effort to reduce our workload. They make sure that studies don't get boring and we have sufficient extra curricular activities all round the year.
Initially I had to give the JEE Paper 2 and NATA exams and get passing marks in 12th boards with more than 50% in Maths and Physics. Later, after contacting the college after registering on MAHACET, they ensured that I was eligible for admission and thus got into this college.
The faculty is highly qualified and versatile. With nearly everyone having completed their degree and still pursuing masters or PHD. The way they teach and make the students think surely gives the students a better thinking perspective.
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.
The college provides many side activities to the students so that they can sharpen their skills and understand much more than their academic course. Many events are celebrated at our college. Also, the college provides facilities such as medical, computer Science centre, recreational room, drawing studio, auditorium, library, cafeteria and large classrooms.
I got into TSAP through my JEE Main scores (any positive score is taken into consideration based on the cut off) and my board scores (minimum of 50%). Each year the eligibility criteria might differ hence check the official website of TSAP.
Most of the B.Arch graduates prefer doing their masters before getting into a job. TSAP has a placement cell striving for its students, many of the students have got placed in some renown architectural firms in and around Mumbai.
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.
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.
The college management including the teaching and non-teaching staff has always been helpful.
The college provides an excellent infrastructure for students and the team of faculties is constantly striving to enhance the teaching patterns
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