The Institution initially founded in the year 1940 as Department of Architecture in the erstwhile Nizam college of Fine Arts and Architecture, became the Govt. College of Fine Arts and Architecture in 1956 following the formation of the state of Andhra Pradesh. Subsequent to the formation of JNTU (Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University) in 1972, the college was merged into it. The College of Fine Arts and Architecture became one of the four constituent colleges of the University. In 1989, the college was bifurcated to form the School of Planning and Architecture and is since then a constituent Institution of the School of Excellence envisaged by Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University. The School through its time-established credentials has a long-term Intervento Gastroenterologico Testo aggiuntivo sull'intervento gastrointestinale. commitment in the ...
Bachelor of Architecture
Architecture is primarily concerned with the design of buildings. Students of architecture address the complex problems of designing- to house human activity, issues of climate and energy, technology and structure, combining the needs of internal and external environment.
Architecture education is a methodological training in analysis, understanding and problem-solving. It qualifies graduates to pursue a career in architecture along with other areas of the construction and design. The education in the School of Planning and Architecture is grounded in effective and interactive instruction provided by dedicated and qualified faculty members whose educational background, practical experience and diverse scholarly interests ensure comprehensive preoperational for practicing "real life architecture". The Department of Architecture has highly qualified and experienced faculty specializing in :
- Urban & Regional Planning,
- Landing Architecture,
- Environmental Design,
- Urban Design,
- Conservation, etc.
The course broadens the intellectual and social lives of students beyond the boundaries of architecture and the build environment. The department has one of the best ratings for teaching and research in architecture. Its small size, friendly atmosphere and well-resourced library make it an enjoyable place for learning.Course Structure:
The School offers B.Architecture (full time) 5-years, Degree programme in architecture. The curriculum is designed on the idea of learning through doing. Throughout the course, students work on design project, usually related to practical situations on live sites. As far as possible the academic input to the course is related to the programmes being carried out in the design studio. Student's progress is monitored through a combination of continuous assessment in design studios, written examinations, group discussions reviews, and juries for each field of study. The program includes relevant courses dealing with concepts, process technical details and design practice, as well as electives in an area of student's interest. The coursework is structured to help the student understand finer aspects of architecture which are very much integral to designing, planning and construction of buildings. It aims to impart quality education through effective communication skills, making the students conscious of built form in the contemporary Architectural scenario.Eligibility:
Intermediate(10+2) (Maths stream)Admissions Procedure:
The students have to qualify in NATA (National Aptitude Test Architecture)/JEE (Mains) conducted by the COA/ CBSE. Merit list is prepared by giving 50% weightage to the qualifying exam and 50% to entrance test and state architecture rank is assigned.Job opportunities:
In independent practice, an architect is expected to understand specific requirements of clients and strike the right balance between aesthetics and practicality. An architect with skills can help clients with his ideas in terms of balancing the requirements of appearance, financial budget and time frame. Some architects even work independently and earn their livelihood through consultancy fees which entirely depends upon their skill, profile as well as work experience.Other jobs in architecture come up in government organizations such as:
- Public Works Department
- Ministry of Defense
- National Building Organization
- Town and Country Planning Organization
- National Institute of Urban Affairs
- Departments of Railways
- Post and Telegraphs
- Public Sector Undertakings
- Housing and Urban Development Corporation
- Archaeological Department
- Airport Authority of India
- National Building Construction Corporation Ltd., etc.
- Urban Planning
- Urban Design
- Architectural Conservation
- Landscape Architecture
- Environmental Design and Housing etc.
These programs are available in reputed institutions in the country such as School of Planning and Architecture, New Delhi, CEPT University, Ahmedabad, IIT Kharagpur and School of Architecture and Planning in Chennai apart from other institutions. Many American, British and Australian universities offer Masters Program in Architecture and other related specializations.
B. Tech Planning
Planning has its roots in engineering, law, architecture, public health and the social sciences. Planners today combine design, analytical and communication skills to help communities manage change. It presents numerous opportunities as well as challenges that come with rapid growth of cities. In particular, technological advances in communications and computers are changing the shape and form of cities, and how planning for the future will take place.
Planners work in communities and contribute solutions to our pressing social, economic and environmental problems. They are in fact one of the key contributors to making urban and rural life workable, livable and prosperous. Planners work with communities to provide research, analysis and recommendations in urban/regional environmental. Experts in public participation processes and conflict resolution, planners help develop solutions that are practical and effective.
Planners link knowledge and action in ways that improve public and private development decisions, which effect people, places and environment. To do this, planners must have knowledge and experience in a wide range of topics.
The aim is to impart knowledge, skills and attitude needed to pursue a career in urban planning, research, policy-making and management. It is essentially multi-disciplinary in nature- the subjects related to Urban and Regional planning include Urban Economics, Sociology Legislation, Development Theories, Politics, Transportation, Services, Housing, Landscape, etc.Course Structure:
The Curriculum is a full -time four years course and is divided into eight semesters. In the first seven semesters, the students have to devote full time to the study of different subjects while 8th semester consists of practical training along with a project work.The curriculum structured to include major thrust areas like:
- IT skills- AUTOCAD, GIS, Web Technologies
- Analytical skills- Quantitative Methods, Mathematical Models, Project Appraisal
- Communication skills - Oral, Written, Graphic Communication and Technical Presentations and/li>
- Infrastructure and environment related issues addressing technical knowledge, the existing policies and programs of the government.
Intermediate i.e. 10+2 M.P.C & Qualify in EAMCETJob opportunities:
This degree gives the student a wide range of professional options. In terms of securing employment, both public and private sectors offer a range of jobs. The students after graduation can get employed in the following offices/firms. Other jobs in architecture come up in government organizations such as:
- Directorate of Town and Country Planning (Govt. of AP)
- Urban Development Authorities like HUDA, VUDA, and VGTMUDA etc.,
- Municipal Corporations.
- Administrative Staff College of India.
- Multinational Companies related to Urban Planning.
- Software Industry.
- Professional Industry.
- Professional Practice as Urban Planner
- Development of Geographical information & Planning Software
- Urban & Regional Planning
- Remote Sensing
- Environmental Planning
- Spatial Information Technology
- Environmental Planning
- Infrastructure Planning
- Transportation planning
- Housing in Planning
- Landscape Architecture
- Energy Management
B. Tech DTDP
This degree gives the student a broad range of professional options both in public and private sectors.Graduates can work as technical engineers in fields of:
- Planning sectors (CAD and GIS engineers, etc,)
- Design industries (architectural firms, product design, graphic design, industrial design, etc.)
- Construction fields (project management and building designers, environmental designers etc.)
- Software industry (software development and maintenance etc.)
- Media (print media, electronic media, and web designersetc.)
- Film industry (set designers, animations and graphics, etc.)
Intermediate (M.P.C) / 10+2 with mathematics, physics, chemistry / equivalent qualification.
The students have to qualify in EAMCET conducted by the Government of Telangana.
Energy and Sustainable Built Environment
M.Tech. (Energy and Sustainable Built Environment)M.Tech. in Energy and Sustainable Built Environment is a 2 years Post-Graduate engineering course, in School of Planning and Architecture JNAFAU, It is a multidisciplinary course addressing the concerns of increasing utilization of natural resources by providing the potential knowledge on the built environment priorities and critical issues of greenhouse gas emissions and tackling climate issues. As per the sources, worldwide, buildings are responsible for around 40% of energy and process-related CO2 emissions, 50% of all extracted materials, 33% of water consumption and 35% of generated waste. In the context of India, more than half of India's urban infrastructure needs till yr. 2030, as housing, electricity, transportation, water, and waste management, are yet to be developed. India must invest US$ 4.5 trillion in infrastructure to enhance economic growth and societal well-being. At COP26, India pledged to achieve net zero emissions by 2070. This programme has immense potential to meet the above demands to accommodate the needs of infrastructure that would cater to challenging climate change issues. The course would also address the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Highlights of the program: 1. Investigate the Intersection of Energy, Sustainability in the Built Environment. 2. Discover New Approaches to Green Building 3. Mastering Energy-Effective Building Systems 4. Learn More About Renewable Energy Integration 5. Incorporating Robust Software Components 6. Collaborate with Leading Industry Professionals 7. Workshops with hands-on activities and real-world projects 8. Research Career Opportunities: Graduates of this course are eligible to work in managerial positions with minimum experience in AEC industry, and can closely work in planning and government policy making. Graduates of this course also procure positions in prestigious private firms in the following roles: 1. Green Building Analyst 2. Energy Analyst 3. Environmental Auditor 4. Energy Auditor 5. Sustainability Consultant 6. Carbon Footprint Expert 7. ESG Researcher 8. Policy Making (Energy, Environment) Eligibility requirements: Any Bachelor of Technology (Civil, Planning, FSP, DTDP, Mechanical, Electrical, Computer Science), or Bachelor of Design, or Bachelor of Architecture. Qualified with Post Graduate Engineering Common Entrance Test (PGECET) Course Duration: 2 Years Join our M.Tech. Energy and Sustainable Built Environment, which is one of a kind course available at JNAFAU's School of Planning and Architecture, Pursing a masters in Energy and Sustainable Built Environment that aligns with global trends and offers excellent career prospect’s allows you to make meaningful contributions to more sustainable and greener future.
Facilities & Services Planning
B. Tech Facilities & Services Planning
-Improving the way we live
If you're interested in creating safe, healthy and sustainable buildings, Facilities &Services Planning could be for you.
Facilities &Services Planning is a professional engineering discipline that aims to create a safe and comfortable indoor environment while reducing a building's environmental effect.
Engineers in Facilities & Services Planning are in charge of the design, installation, operation, and monitoring of technical services in buildings (including Civil Engineering, mechanical, electrical, also known as MEP or HVAC), as well as fire safety and security, in order to ensure a safe, comfortable, and environmentally friendly operation.
Other building specialists such as architects, structural engineers, and quantity surveyors collaborate closely with Facilities & Services Planning engineers.
Facilities & Services Planning engineers can influence building architectural design, particularly facades, in terms of energy efficiency and indoor environment, and can integrate local energy generation (e.g. façade-integrated photovoltaic) into the design or energy facilities at a community level (e.g. district heating).
Engineers that specialise in Facilities &Services Planning play a crucial role in the design and operation of energy-efficient structures (including green buildings, passive houses, and Plus-houses, and Zero-energy buildings).
Facilities &Services engineers play a key part in the transition to a low-carbon society, which helps to prevent global warming. Buildings account for nearly a third of all carbon emissions and over half of worldwide electricity demand.Materials, energy, weather, and the environment all have an impact on building and restoration projects, according to Facilities & Services Planning. The main focus is on maintaining healthy, pleasant, and energy-efficient structures.
People who work in Facilities & Services Planning look at the building as a system of parts, and consider how these parts work together in different conditions. These parts include things like:
- the structure itself
- construction materials
- Electrical, water, ventilation, heating and cooling systems.
Alternative titles: Architectural Engineering, Technical Building Services, Building Engineering, Building Science Engineering or Building Technology Services.
The term building services engineering is widely used in Commonwealth countries (incl. United Kingdom, Ireland, Canada and Australia), but in the United States of America, the field is also known as building systems engineering, civil engineering or architectural engineering.
Course Structure The curriculum is structured for four years and is divided into eight semesters. The curriculum includes field visits and internship in professional organisation
Facilities &Services engineers, Architects, clients, contractors, and other key stakeholders participating in the project use computational tools to simulate software throughout design to facilitate communication. It makes the entire system easier to comprehend and the decision-making process more efficient.
- Building performance based on information provided by the designer of the building envelope
- Solar heat
- Radiation distribution
- Air flow, and other physical phenomena within the building
- Models can be used to estimate energy usage throughout the building's lifetime
- Lighting system
- Mechanical system
- Models can be used to predict energy consumption over the building's lifetime
How is M.Tech (Facilities & Services Planning) Course Beneficial?
- The Master Degree course prepares them for admission in further research degrees like Ph.D.
- The program’s graduates are well-prepared to pursue careers in professional practices, consulting firms, industry, research, development organizations, and academic institutions.
- After passing the course, you'll be able to learn new things, as the job involves creativity and alternative thinking to come up with fresh solutions to work-related challenges.
Career opportunities in Facilities & Services Planning
Facilities & Services Planning is a rapidly emerging field and new jobs are expected to be created as the field continues to evolve. Students can expect to work a broad variety of positions depending on their own personal interests, and have options within government (municipal, provincial or federal) or in the private sector.
Based on industry research, potential job titles include:
· Architectural Project Managers · Green Building Designer/Consultant · Building Inspector (Residential or Commercial) · Building Specialists · HVAC Engineer · Independent Consultants · Fire Engineer/Auditor · Entrepreneurs · MEP Engineer · Project Associate/Specialist/Professional · Energy Analyst · Building Science Project Manager · Facility manager/Maintenance Engineer · Building Systems Coordinator · Site Engineer for Services · Quality Control Inspector · Safety Site Officer · Building Envelope Consultant/Researcher · MEP Modeler · Lighting Adviser · BIM Manager · Energy conservation consultant · Sustainable engineering systems designer · Building Modelling
Bachelor of Design (Interior Design)
B. Design (ID)
The Bachelor of Design programme is a four year full time degree programme with specific focus on Interior design. A strong foundation of interdisciplinary skills are imparted to the students as a part of the programme, with strong emphasis on Design process, Design Thinking & methods, user and market understanding, space planning, construction and interior materials, and techniques and production & furniture material, manufacturing and techniques. With additional focus on crafts, life style accessory & product design. The program further offers an hands on photography, model making, textile design, furniture manufacturing, metal works, etc. through a variety of workshops, Field visits, Industry visits, seminars, group discusions and interactions etc. This over all curriculum is founded on the ground concerns of Vernacular Architecture and designs, Universal Design awareness, Environment, Eco friendly Architecture and Interiors, Furniture and product systems & spatial Ergonomics along with an understanding of human psychology & behavior in Interior built spaces.
The course includes a semester of full-time internship in an Interior Designer’s office and a Design Thesis.
The degree of B Design gives the students an opportunity for higher studies at the IIT for an M Design programme. Many universities in the UK, US, Australia, Italy etc. are offering masters programme for specialization in the field of design like furniture design, lighting design, acoustic design, textile design etc. where our students got admitted and passed out with flying colours.
Eligibility :Intermediate i.e. 10+2 in any branch.
Selection Procedure:The students have to qualify for the exam conducted by JNAFAU.
The course is aimed to provide training in urban and regional planning with special emphasis on environment, human settlements and planning issues. On completion, most students go into practice as planners. The course aims to provide a comprehensive introduction to the principles and practice of planning and also to provide a range of choice for specialized study within the field. The course aims to develop the candidate's capacity to undertake a competent piece of planning research under supervision.
Should have completed B.Plan/ B.Arch/ B.Tech (Civil)/Masters degree in Economics or Geography, from a recognized university.
The course is a full-time two-year programme that is divided into four semesters. The coursework includes internship and project work (Thesis).
The students have to qualify in PGECET
M. Arch Environmental Design
There is an ever-increasing recognition of issues relating to the environmental context, which pose a serious threat to the present day society into the future generations. The Environmental Design course runs to specialize the students in attaining high levels of academic excellence by encompassing all levels of theory & appreciation of issues related to urban design, urban planning, landscape design and Environmental Design.
The curriculum is structured so that the students develop an inherent zeal to learn the history of environmental design which prepares a background for various approaches adopted in contemporary practices. Research methodologies are encouraged to be adopted in preparing research papers as a part of the curriculum.ELIGIBILITY:
Should have completed B.Arch from a recognized University as per Council of Architecture (COA), New Delhi norms.Admissions Procedure:
Students will be admitted through PGSET, a State wide common entrance Examination for PG courses.
M. Arch Interior Design
The M.Arch program which offers specialization in interior Design demands a passion for the subject, and its position within the school and faculty means that it is superbly placed to allow the student to pursue directions from the most creative to the most technical and is professional in approach. The design is central to the course and the studio-based approach encourages the synthesis of the technological, theoretical and aesthetic strands. The students also enjoy a continuing and consistent interaction with well-qualified experts and practicing professionals in the field. The curriculum is structured to $this->load->view study of materials, construction, environmental sciences, design theory, which form an integral part of interior design. Organizing seminars furthers these computer-related studies & workshops.
Should have completed B.Arch from a recognized university as per Council of Architecture norms.
The students have to qualify in an entrance exam conducted by the University.
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