Career in Architecture: A Step towards Modernisation
Becoming an architect means gaining the power to challenge the world with your vision and mission.
Architecture is all about building, planning, designing and constructing the future of the world with exquisite creation of art in the form of infrastructure. Becoming an architect means gaining the power to challenge the world with your vision and mission to make it a beautiful place to live in. The word that defines architecture in a real sense is ‘magic’ which helps change imagination into reality. What does an architectural course offer students?
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Students who wish to apply to the course must possess 50% marks in aggregate at the 10+2 level. Along with this, to qualify for the Bachelor in Architecture programme, students will have to answer an entrance exam called the National Aptitude Test in Architecture (NATA) conducted by the Council of Architecture. Admission will be on a merit basis and will be determined based on the marks obtained in NATA.
Students who can survive rigorous lectures and the practical approach of fieldwork can go for the course. Also, students should possess certain kind of intellectual capabilities and analytical skills which simulate creativity and develop proficiency to enable them to pursue various specialisations within the broad spectrum of architecture.
As a graduate, you can certainly acquire a position of an Architecture Draftsman and Architectural Assistant. After Masters, it is inevitable that you will end up with managerial jobs such as Project Manager, Technical Manager or be involved in Interior Designing Management.