Bachelor of Architecture

Architects play a key role in the design and production of the built environment. Those who focus on design are commissioned by clients to lead the work of many experts who need to keep buildings and places together. Architects while playing this leadership role ensure that the end product is architecturally meaningful while meeting the functional requirements of the accused. Many architects avoid taking on this expansionary leadership role and prefer to focus on some aspect of the built environment instead. Others avoid design altogether and focus on the study and critique of the built environment in a dialect to enrich architectural discourse. Still others choose to work continuously with disadvantaged communities to improve living conditions.

Professional architects can build careers as architects working within architectural firms, with architects working within firms, as academics have focused on teaching and research, or within non-governmental organizations. In India, the architecture profession is regulated by the Council of Architecture (COA), which was established by the Parliament through the Architects Act, 1972.

Minimum eligibility criteria

A candidate should pass an examination at the end of 10 + 2 scheme with 50% marks in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics and 10 + 2 level examination from any State Board or 50% marks in CBSE / its equivalent. Should be CISCE / NIOS / IB or 10 + 3 Diploma Examination with Mathematics as a compulsory subject from the Technical Board of Gujarat or any other state or at least 50% marks from a college / university established under Section 3 of UGC 1956 with.

Note: In addition, the student will have to obtain minimum qualification marks for the National Aptitude Test in Architecture (NATA) test as per the Architecture Council.

Program 50% of total seats to be filled in by ACPC, GoG 50% of total seats to be filled in by ACPC, GoG Total Seats
Bachelor of Architecture (B Arch) 40 40 80

50% of the total seats to be filled by ACPC, GoG: These seats will be filled by the Admission Committee for Professional Courses (ACPC), Government of Gujarat. These seats will be filled with candidates who have passed the qualifying examination from schools located in the state of Gujarat, including Diu, Daman and Dadra Nagar Haveli, and have appeared NATA. These seats will be filled as per ACPC guidelines. Candidates will have to apply separately on ACPC, GoG. (Website: www.jacpcldce.ac.in)

50% of the total seats to be filled by CEPT University (All India Category): These seats will be filled by candidates who have passed the qualification examination from schools located in India (including Gujarat State, Diu, Daman and Dadra Nagar Haveli). ) And appeared in NATA. The merit list for these seats will be prepared by CEPT University.
Candidate must apply to CEPT University (Website: http://admissions.cept.ac.in/undergraduate)

Eligibility for seats to be filled by ACPC, GoG:
Please see the official website of the Admissions Committee for the Gujarat government vocational courses. www.jacpcldce.ac.in

Eligibility for seats to be filled by CEPT University (All India Category)

A candidate should pass an examination at the end of 10 + 2 scheme with 50% marks in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics and 10 + 2 level examination from any State Board or 50% marks in CBSE / its equivalent. Should be CISCE / NIOS / IB or 10 + 3 Diploma Examination with Mathematics as a compulsory subject from the Technical Board of Gujarat or any other state or at least 50% marks from a college / university established under Section 3 of UGC 1956 with.

Note: In addition, the student will have to obtain minimum qualification marks for the National Aptitude Test in Architecture (NATA) test according to the Architecture Council.

Under para (a) of rule 13, the admission process will be away from the online premises in the following manner, namely:

(1) The Admissions Committee will prepare the merit list of eligible candidates applying under sub-rule (1) of rule 13 after verification of the documents submitted under clause (5) of paragraph (a) of rule 13.

(2) The merit lists shall be displayed on the website of the Admissions Committee and by such other means as the Admissions Committee may consider convenient.

(3) The Admissions Committee shall publish on its web-site the schedule of the online counseling program, by an advertisement in the leading newspapers widely circulated in the State and by such other means as it may be convenient.

(4) The candidate has to show his order of courses and choices of colleges or institutes online. Allotment of seats will be done on the basis of merit, category of candidate and availability of seats. The allocation of seats will be published on the committee’s web-site. Candidates are required to obtain a printout of the information sheet and bank fee receipt copies from the website.

(5) The candidate must pay such fee, as may be determined by the Admissions Committee.

(6) On payment of tuition fees required under sub-rule (5), either online payment or as specified in the branches of banks, the admission allotted to the candidate will be confirmed. To get a print out of the admit card, the candidate has to enter his account. If the candidate fails to pay the tuition fees within the predetermined time limit, the admission given to him will be canceled. Such candidates will not be eligible to get admission in the same course and same shift in the same college or institute. On TFW seat instead of non-TFW seat in same institute and same shift in same shift. Provided that a candidate who has been allotted admission to a non-TFW seat and has not confirmed his / her admission to the said seat will be eligible for admission to the TFW seat on the same course and on the same shift in the same college or institute. Where a large number of seats become vacant and it is visible to the committee to fill the vacant seats, it can conduct the on-line admission process for re-allocation of seats. Those who oppose participation in the reshuffling process will be considered for such admission. The candidate can either opt for upgrading the options already given or can submit new options. Receives. If candidates get admission on the basis of the choice to upgrade or new, the former be canceled.