Master of Architecture (Architectural and Urban Conservation)

  • Duration
    2 Years
  • Level
  • Programme
  • Study Mode
    Full Time

Course Description

Master of Architecture (Architectural and Urban Conservation) is a 2 years full time post graduate program. The objectives of this course are as follows: 1. To develop ability to identify and document Heritage assets, 2. To develop sensitivity as well as objectivity for conserving heritage assets- Cultural and Natural, 3. Attain a fundamental understanding of conservation principles for a small Architectural to a large scale Urban Precinct; Urban Ecological/ Cultural Assets and testing them on site in a hands?on manner, 4. To define and analyze current urban conservation issues, 5. To develop vital and sustainable urban design & Conservation concepts, Programs, policies and plans which are sensitive to Heritage Assets, 6. To impart skills relevant to the practice of conservation in Urban context, 7. develop strategies for successful implementation of urban conservation initiatives, 8. To judge the performance and sensitivity of urban proposals, projects, policies and processes towards Urban heritage, 9. To work successfully with communities and public and private planning institutions, 10. To develop research (Question, inquiry, writing & referencing)and presentation skills.


The candidate should must possess Bachelor’s degree in B.Arch from a reputed university/ institute with minimum 50% aggregate marks.


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