The Institute of Architecture and Planning at Nirma University is an upcoming Institute paving the way for young architects and planners for a professional career. The Institute has a course curriculum which assures robust foundation to the students who become future professionals in the fields of architecture and planning. To enhance research and enrich its educational programmes, the Institute has several MoUs with leading national and international institutes/universities. The Institute regularly organises expert lectures, workshops and events related to architecture and planning and allied fields.
In the year 2018-19 the Institute of Architecture and Planning signed various MoUs with reputed national and international institute/universities. It also hosted a national level convention named “NOSPLAN” which invited students of planning from all over India who exhibited their works and took part in various academic and non-academic competitions. This academic year also witnessed various expert lectures and workshops.
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Established in the year 2003, the Nirma University, Ahmedabad is a research-oriented, student-centric, multidisciplinary, not-for-profit state private university. Within a short period of its existence, it has emerged as a nationally renowned higher education institution. The University and its constituent institutes are highly ranked by different ranking agencies.
A student’s experience at the Institute of Architecture and Planning goes beyond the reaches of pure academic training, encompassing an all-round development of the mind, body and soul. It is vibrant and exciting, ensuring holistic development of individual student.
Architectural education comprises of two major components, one is providing theoretical knowledge and the other is testing the same through practical in the form of Architectural Design Studios. The students learn a lot in their
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Introduction ‘There is a kind of architecture which is not formal, decorated ornamented, but which derives its aesthetic from a clear expression of its purpose and component parts, where the demands of function and economy
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The students of Bachelors of planning 2nd year, IAPNU attended XIX Annual NOSPlan Convention at Amity University, Gurgaon from 26th-29th December 2017. NOSPlan, an organization of students of planning is an organization with an intent
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“Good teaching is 1/4th preparation and 3/4th theatre. “- GAIL GODWIN This quote times inspire and challenge me. How should I prepare myself for my lectures? So that I can make my students feel comfortable
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I have asked this to myself a countless time. Thinking back, I remember that my interest in planning was first sparked during my first site visit. "It is 5 o’clock in the morning. The alarm
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