jbr-college

 courses offered

B.Arch Program arch-program The J.B.R. Architecture College offers a Graduate Programmed in Architecture.

B.Arch Program (Regular)

The J.B.R. Architecture College offers an undergraduate program in Architecture. Bachelor of Architecture is a five year Degree course inclusive of one year internship. The program includes relevant courses in the concepts, processes, technical details, design practices, as well as certain electives which may be chosen as per the interest of the student. The course work is to help the student understand the finer aspects of architecture which are quite integral to designing, planning and scheduling construction of built environments. The course aims to impart quality education by nurturing effective communication skills and making the students conscious of built forms in the contemporary scenario.


Eligibility

Students who qualify in NATA (National Aptitude Test in Architecture) conducted by Council of Architecture (COA) with 10+2 (Mathematics Stream) with minimum of 50% marks or 10+3 (Diploma in Architecture) with minimum of 50% marks are eligible for admission into Bachelor of Architecture (B. Arch).


Facilities

  • Each studio class size is optimum, designed for no more than 40 students. Furniture and classroom ambience is a result of careful planning. Cheerful colors, balanced lighting and careful positioning of work spaces contribute to the overall feeling of welcome.
  • The college has a well equipped reference library and technical periodicals in the field of planning and Architecture.
  • A fully distributed computing environment based on clusters of workstations and PC’s provides the staff and students ready access to computing resources, services software and applications. The environment is tailored to the specific teaching/learning needs of the department. Full access is provided to email, the Internet, departmental intranets and other online sources of services and information through leased line internet.
  • All classrooms are made for comfort and to maximize output of both students and faculty.