The ‘School of Architecture at Delhi Technical Campus’, a young and ambitious department with a mission to create self-sufficient architects, is a wonderful place to start the journey of being an architect.

The department is focused on developing the inherent qualities of every student with great attention to their learning, enhancement, and progress graph. The faculties of the department with their diverse experience, expertise, and inclinations, are enthusiastically committed to creating the best professionals of the future.

To ensure that the students get the best exposure to the industry right from the first year, established professionals are engaged as visiting faculties in the design, construction, and drawing studios.

The School of Architecture is equipped with more than a sufficient number of studios, computer labs, classrooms, and tutorial rooms. A lot of the classes are held at construction sites as site visits. Students are also able to use the institute workshop and construction yard to carry out their construction experiments.

Many expert lectures are conducted under the ‘Le-Corbusier Lecture Series’ throughout the year by the School of Architecture so that students and teachers may stay abreast of the trends in the industry. Workshops that require a hands-on approach from students are regularly organized so that students learn to build things and experience the challenges encountered therein, firsthand.

Regularly organized software workshops keep students well-equipped to face the professional world with confidence.

The students of the department are very enterprising and dynamic and organize many events independently. The students are very proactive in cultural activities and participate in many intra and inter-college competitions. The best known of these competitions are of course organized by the National Association of Students of Architecture, better known as NASA.

Ar. Tanya Gupta

HOD, Department of Architecture

Humanity leaves immortal echoes through its history in the form of language, art, and architecture. Architecture is a connection with the immortal past, yet revitalizing it for new generations. The architects are the arbiters of our future history. Architecture is a melting pot of various disciplines. When we study this course, we also get to study various fields of human endeavor, including design, art, history, construction, material science, physics, and engineering.

At Delhi Technical Campus, we provide a promising and futuristic Architecture program. Our focus is on emerging trends in Architecture and on a knowledge-guided approach that is equipping young architects to face the challenges head-on. Highly professional faculty helps the students in shaping their creative and growing ideas in various subjects of the curriculum.

Keeping in focus the Institute’s goals to create socially responsible citizens, various events allow our students to interact with different fractions of society. Be it underprivileged people, or affluent performing artists, students are sensitized to life outside of a technical institution. A special lecture series ‘Le Corbusier Lecture Series’ is organized in college timely so that students can widen their angle about the profession and have knowledge regarding technological advancements and design philosophies.

Study tours are undertaken by combining needs for case studies and measured drawing exercises. While providing a welcome breath of freedom to students, they are an integral part of architectural pedagogy. Our students regularly participate in NASA (National Association of Students of Architecture). The annual and regional NASA events attended by students are both an opportunity for fun as well as co-curricular activities.

As an architect, a fresh graduate is expected to be a thorough professional. At the Department of Architecture, we emphasize the student’s ability to be an expert of tomorrow. Architecture is inherently creative and imaginative and that should make its education inspiring, exciting, interactive, imaginative, and enjoyable that is precisely what we try to do at Delhi Technical Campus.

Vision:

To educate, equip, and empower the aspirants as Architects with all tools of design and its construction catering to ecology, fostering social and cultural responsibilities, and keeping with the global concerns and competencies.

Mission:

  • To provide knowledge in related fields of the built environment for the future and the emerging frontier areas of knowledge, learning & research in Architecture.
  • To develop not only the overall personality as an excellent professional but also imbibe in their regard for human values, pride in their heritage and culture, understanding of what is right or wrong, courage, and always aim at perfectionism.
  • To develop a focus on emerging trends in Architecture like sustainability, conservation, contemporary architecture, landscaping, city planning, and urban design.
  • To generate socially responsible citizens of tomorrow who can make an impact on the community and contribute to the task of nation-building.

Program Outcomes (POs):

Architecture Graduates will be able to:

  1. Architectural Knowledge: Acquire a wide range of professional architectural knowledge which will help them to practice as an architect. Students will be equipped with gaining knowledge of architecture as well as allied fields like environmental science, landscaping, sustainability, urban design, photography, and architectural writing which can be further enhanced by doing specialization.
  2. Problem Solving: Through education, we emphasize the power of discovery and the foundation of critical and analytic thinking. We foster creativity, challenge the boundaries of knowledge, and cultivate independence of mind through unique interdisciplinary partnerships. Ours is a proud culture of innovation, collaboration, and discovery that has a transformational impact on society.
  3. Design development:   Systematic exploration of architectural design through sequential development.  Systematically integration of all other allied subjects at different levels depending upon the objectives to be achieved. Identify, and formulate, precedent studies in the form of case studies, and literature studies for analysis and inferences to reach conceptualization for a particular design project. Considerations of climatic studies, sustainability, environmental issues, structural detailing, by-laws, and norms, etc to develop a design solution. Holistic development of students in terms of Architectural design, required skills (communication skills, presentation skills, model-making skills), and professional capabilities and discipline.
  4. Conduct Investigations: Integrate education, research, and service so that each enriches and extends the others. This integration promotes academic excellence and nurtures innovation and scholarly development in our students. We are committed to overall academic excellence through the exploration of diverse contexts and innovations through collaborative research. Respect for cultural and social diversities is linked to academic excellence. We hold ourselves to the highest standards of ethics, as a beacon for our community and the world.
  5. Use of Modern Tool: Application of appropriate techniques, resources, and modern tools including prediction and modelling to derive solutions, Use of various presentation techniques to explain the solutions.
  6. Socially responsible architects: SOA, DTC advances knowledge,  addresses pressing societal needs, and creates an academic environment enriched through diverse perspectives where all individuals can flourish. We seek to serve society through our students by educating and passing on to students a renewable set of skills and commitment to social engagement being an architect.
  7. Environment and Sustainability: Making students sensitive towards varied aspects of Built Environment. Understand impact of the professional architectural design solutions in societal and environmental contexts and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.
  8. Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the architectural professional practice.
  9. Individual and Teamwork: Function effectively as an individual and as a member or leader in diverse teams and in multidisciplinary settings.
  10. Communication: Communicate effectively on architectural issues with the architectural fraternity, community, and society at large, able to write effective reports, design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive instructions.
  11. Project management and Finance: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of architectural design management principles and apply these in individual work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in a multidisciplinary environment.
  12. Life-long learning: Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.

PROGRAM SPECIFIC OUTCOMES (PSO):

PSO 1 – Identify, analyze, design, and develop solutions to Architectural design problems of practical importance to society.
PSO 2 – Our graduates will have incremental skills to enhance employability in Architecture and other allied professions.
PSO 3 – Demonstrate practices learned through internship and solve the problem using technical know-how acquired and research.

PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES (PEOS):

  • To establish a foundation for lifelong learning.
  • To apply current educational theories that see learning as a process wherein the learner constructs or builds new concepts, focusing on learner-centric education vs. teacher-centric education.
  • To empower learning by doing. The Design Studio is considered both a course and a place of study at the heart of an academic environment fostering design thinking that is simultaneously analytical and creative.
  • Students shall be able to appraise the physical problems, technologies, and functions of the building required for different functions and their response to climate.
  • Students shall be able to understand and apply the sensitivities towards energy conservation and sustainability.
  • Students shall be able to create innovative designs through the understanding of aesthetics as well as technical know-how and understand the relationship between the built forms and the environment.
  • Students shall be able to understand the role of an architect in society.
  • Ultimately, to produce graduates capable of critically synthesizing architecture, engineering systems, social sciences, and entrepreneurial skills to be future leaders in the field.

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tanyagupta

Ar. Tanya Gupta

Professor & HOD
B.Arch, M.Arch, MSc (Green Buildings)

Ar. Abhinav Garg - Final

Ar. Abhinav Garg

Professor
B.Arch, M.Arch

Ar. Chandrakala Kesarwani - final

Ar. Chandrakala Kesarwani

Associate Professor
B.Arch, M.Arch

Ar. Abhinav Kesarwani

Ar. Abhinav Kesarwani

Associate Professor
B.Arch, Masters in Construction Mgt.(U.K.)

Ar. Sandeep Kumar

Ar. Sandeep Kumar

Associate Professor
B.Arch, MA Interior Architecture (U.K.)

Kirti Sharma

Ar. Kirti Sharma

Associate Professor
B.Arch, M.Arch

Shyamal Mishra

Ar. Shyamal Mishra

Associate Professor
B.Arch, M.Arch

Preeti Nair

Dr. Preeti Nair

Associate Professor
B.Arch, M.Arch, PhD

Seema Sharma

Ar. Seema Sharma

Associate Professor
B.Arch, M.Arch

Amitesh

Ar. Amitesh Vijay Mourya

Associate Professor
B.Arch, M.Plan (Urban), Ph.D. (Pursuing)

Smita Tripathi

Ar. Smita Tripathi

Assistant Professor
B.Arch, M.A (Psychology)

Smriti Kumar

Ar. Smriti Kumar

Assistant Professor
B.Arch, M.Arch

Mohd Parvez Alam

M.Parvez Alam

Assistant Professor
B.Tech, M.Tech, Ph.D.(Pursuing)

AR.GANDHARVA SWAMI - Final

Ar. Gandharva Swami

Assistant Professor
B.Arch, M.Arch

Ar Swati Punyal

Ar. Swati Punyal

Assistant Professor
B.Arch, M.Plan (Urban), Ph.D.(Pursuing)

Ar. Saksham Gupta

Ar. Saksham Gupta

Assistant Professor
B.Arch, M.Plan (Environment)

Udit Bhardwaj

Ar. Udit Bhardwaj

Assistant Professor
B.Arch, M.Arch

Asla Ashraf

Ar. Asla Ashraf

Assistant Professor
B.Arch, M.Arch

Mehak A

Ar. Mehak Arora

Assistant Professor
B.Arch, M.Tech (UDM)

Ar. Sushma Garg - final

Ar. Sushma Garg

Professor (Visiting Faculty)
B.Sc., B.Arch(41+ years’ experience in profession)

Ar. Bashbidas Gupta

Ar. Bashabi Das Gupta

Professor (Visiting Faculty)
B.Arch(40+ years’ experience in profession)

Ar. Satyakam saha

Ar. Satyakam Saha

Assistant Professor (Visiting Faculty)
B.Arch, MFA

B.Arch Syllabus

Evaluation Scheme & Syllabus with CO for B.Arch. Program
Note:- The information provided here is for reference only, however, the authenticated syllabus latest updated/modification , Please visit Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University, Delhi (India)

2023-2024

Academic Calendar 2023-24

2022-2023

Academic Calendar 2022-23

2021-2022

Academic Calendar 2021-22

2020-2021

Academic Calendar 2020-21

2022-2023

Bhopal Trip

Chandigarh Trip

Triveni Kala Sangam

2023-2024

Case Study Visit & Chandni Chowk

Construction Site Visit

2023-2024

2022-2023

2020-2021