After so many years down the line, dont think I have any negative remarks about the college. though there used to be complaints when we were young, as one would expect.
The admission is through an entrance exam. During the early 90's ( I took admission in '91) there used to a scholastic test followed by an aptitude test for the college as it was deemed university. There were 65 seats for architecture and 20 seats for planning all over India. It was not centralised through NEET as it is now. The college had a great reputation and was one of the top three institutes for Architecture in India back then.
The college is a govt one. So the administration is a but slow. However the major management is carried by the student body, so it is efficient.
I opted for architecture in order to contribute to the developing society and country. SPA DELHI is the best institution in India for this course. I appeared for the JEE paper 2 exam, and scored 99.8 percentile to secure a place in this prestigious institution.
Good thing is the Best college for architecture in India where you can learn a lot.
Bad thing is old campus. Hostel is 10 kms away. Also the pressure of the course. We are given homeworks and need to all night long work often.
Overall I'd say it's a pretty good college considering its much better than alot of colleges in Delhi and even though it's not perfect or anything to be impressed with. It still holds up as one of the best colleges in Delhi in my opinion.
Top college in Asia for Architecture and Planning, Rank varies from 1-3 as per the points as given NIUF, very good environment, but not so good infrastructure, but have very good faculties, most talented faculties, here,
Visiting faculties are Soo gud and they are gud aged people till 60years and have very gud in-depth knowledge and experience in practical field which is a plus point. Some departments are very good like transport having good staffs, but people are supposed to work beyond their limit. Some departments are too chill.
The rigor of the acamedics can often lead to unprecedented stress. There isn't any effort from the college to help students cope with this stress. A councillor was appointed for a only brief while. We don't find support among the faculty either. The student community is what helps us cope with the difficult life. The administration, as in most government institutions, is difficult to navigate. The good thing is that you don't have to deal with them directly. You will experience their inefficiency indirectly though. They will be in limelight for those who join the studens' council. Gear up for hell. If one is extremely sure about pursuing architecture, then the college provides one with enoug...
A good learning environment with a good spacious campus. The people here are very soft spoken so anyone finds it easy to approve the authority. The college is really nice with no ragging which helps others to feel free
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