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School of Planning & Architecture, Bhopal

BACHELOR OF ARCHITECTURE
SCHEME OF EXAMINATION

Y E A R 1 (Semester I)

CLASSES

END SEMESTER EXAM


CODE SUBJECT L T/ ST EVALUATION MARKS CREDITS HRS

BARC-0101 DESIGN -I 2 6 WR VV 100 3 6


BUILDING MATERIALS &
CONSTRUCTION -I
2 4 WR VV 3
BARC-0102 100 2

BARC-0103 GRAPHICSI 2 4 WR VV 100 1.5 3

STRUCTRE-I (APPLIED
MECHANICS)
2 2 WR - 3
BARC-0104 100 1

BARC-0105
SURVEYING & LEVELLING 1 2 WR - 100 1 3

BARC-0106
MATHEMATICS 2 - WR - 100 1 3

BARC-0107
COMPUTER APPLICATION-I - 3 - VV 100 0.5 -

TOTAL 11 21 10

Y E A R 1 (Semester II)

CLASSES
END SEMESTER MARK CRED EXAM
CODE SUBJECT L T/ ST EVALUATION S ITS HRS
BARC-0201 DESIGN II 2 6 WR VV 100 3 6

BUILDING MATERIALS &


BARC-0202
CONSTRUCTION -II
2 4 WR VV 2 3
100
BARC-0203 GRAPHICS-II 2 4 WR VV 100 1 3

BARC-0204 STRUCTURE- II 2 2 WR _ 100 1 3

BARC-0205 THEORY OF DESIGN-I 2 - WR _ 100 1 3

BARC-0206 CLIMATOLOGY 2 - WR _ 100 1 3

BARC-0207 WORKSHOP PRACTICES - 2 _ VV 100 0.5 _

BARC-0208 COMPUTER APPLICATIONS-II 1 2 _ VV 100 0.5 _

TOTAL 13 20 10 _

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SCHOOL OF PLANNING AND ARCHITECTURE, BHOPAL
SYLLABUS: BACHELORS OF ARCHITECTURE

YEARONESEMESTERONE

BARC0101:ARCHITECTURALDESIGNI

INTENT:
ArchitecturalDesignisthecoresubjectinarchitecturethusthemainobjectiveofthissubjectistomakethe
studentsfamiliarwithdesign&thearchitecturaldesignprocess.
Tofamiliarizethestudentswiththebasicdesignelements&principles.
Sensitizingstudentstobemoreobservanttotheirsurroundingsandpromotingitasabasiccreativeinstinctin
thestudents.

METHODOLOGY:
OrientationabouttheprofessionwiththehelpofAudio/Videopresentations.
Studiolectures.
Individual/Groupstudioexercises.

CONTENTS:

IntroductiontoDesign
Principlesofdesignandelementsofdesign.
Functionalityofspaceandsequentialfunction.
Explorationofpatternswith2Dcompositions.
Explorationofformthrough3Dcompositions.

StudyofAnthropometrics:
Exercisestoincreaseperceptionandsensitivityofthestudentsaboutspace.Thiscanbebestunderstood
throughoneortwoshortexercisesinanthropometrics.Presentationsshouldbemadethroughsimple
sketchesanddrawings.
Shortexercisesindesignandlayoutofpersonalspace,roomsetc.


BARC0102:BUILDINGCONSTRUCTION&MATERIALSI

INTENT:
Introductiontoelementarybuildingconstructionmethodsandtheirapplications.

METHODOLOGY:
Introductiontomaterialsandconstructionthroughlecturesandstudioexercises.
Sitevisitstogainknowledgeaboutconstructiondetails.
Introductiontosomebasicconstructionmethodsandelements.

CONTENTS:
Construction
BasicTools:IntroductiontoBasictoolsusedbymasonsandcarpenters.
ElementaryCarpentry:Differenttypesofcommonjoints.
BrickWork:Terminology:Bricks,batsandclosures
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Bonding:Typesofbonds:English,SingleanddoubleFlemish
Offset functions and quoins: right angled and angular quoins, tee and crossjunctions for various
thickness,attachandotherpiers,coping.
Corbelling,Stringcoursesanddecorativebrickwork.
Stonework:Stonemasonry,dressing,RandomRubble,CoursedRubble,Ashlar.

Materials

Introduction
Basicbuildingmaterialslikelime,sand,brick,cement,grit,steel,stoneetc.

Importanceofclimateinarchitecture:

Factors affecting climate. Measurement and recording of elements of climate like solar radiation,
temperature,wind,humidity,andprecipitation.
Differenttypesofclimaticzonesandtheircharacteristics.
Macroandmicroclimate.Applicationofclimaticprinciplesfordesignofbuildingsinhotanddry,warm,
humid,compositeandtropicalclimates.

Thermalbehaviorofbuildingsandmaterials:
Studyofbodysheatproductionandheatloss.
Timelagofdifferentmaterialsforheattransfer.
Thermalcomfort,effectivetemperature,bioclimaticanalysis,Isopleths,
Directandindirectinsulation,Reflectivityandemissivity.

BARC0103:GRAPHICSI

INTENT:
Introductionandfamiliarizationwithdraftingtoolsandaccessories.
Togivebasicknowledgeofgooddraftingandletteringtechniques.
TodevelopcomprehensionandVisualizationofgeometricforms.

METHODOLOGY: Studio assignments and lectures. Demonstration of 3D Geometrical objects and their 2D
representationonsheets

CONTENTS:
Introduction:
DrawingInstrumentsandtheiruses.
Sheetlayoutandsketching.
Lettering:Exercisesindraftedandfreehandarchitecturallettering.
Lines:Conceptandtypesoflines.Linethickness.Dimensionlines.
Scales:
Scales:Engineersscale,GraphicalscaleandRepresentationfactor(R.F.)
Scalesondrawings.Typesofscales:PlainscaleandDiagonalscale.
OrthographicProjections:
Definition,Meaning&concept.PrinciplesandMethodsofprojection.
Orthographicprojection.Planesofprojection.
FourQuadrants.Firstangleprojection.Thirdangleprojection.
Projectionofpoints,lines&planes.
Projectionsofsolids:
AxisperpendiculartotheH.P.,AxisperpendiculartotheV.P.
AxisparalleltoboththeH.P.&V.P.
Projectionofsolidsaxisinclinedtoonereferenceplaneandparalleltoother.

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ProjectionsofsolidswithaxisinclinedtoH.P.andV.P.

BARC0104:STRUCTUREI(APPLIEDMECHANICS)

INTENT:
Tounderstandthebasicprinciplesofstructuralmechanicsthatwouldbepertinenttosimpledesignelements.
Toalsounderstandthestructuralbehaviorofbuildingelements.

METHODOLOGY:
Lecturesandcomputationexercises.

CONTENTS:
SimplestressesandStrains:
Elasticity. Stress. Strain, Types of stress, Elastic limit, Hook's Law, Modulus of Elasticity, Stresses in
CompositeBars,LinearStrain,Poison'sratio,Shearstress,principalstressesandstrains.
CenterofGravity:
CalculatingCenterofGravityoffigures.
CenterofParallelForces.
MomentofInertia:
SectionModulus.
CalculationofMomentofinertiabyfirstprincipleanditsapplication.
MomentofInertiaofCompositesections.
ElementsofStatic:
ParallelogramLawofForces.
ResolutionofforcesTriangularLawofforces,PolygonForces.
TheoremofResolvedParts.
Resultantofconcurrentcoplanarforces.
Equilibrium.
MomentofaForce.
MomentandArmofaCouple.

Shearingforceandbendingmoments:
Beams.
Shearingforceandbendingmoment.
ShearForceandBendingMomentdiagramsofsimplecasesforconcentratedanddistributedloads.

BARC0105:SURVEYING&LEVELLING

INTENT:
ToillustratetheroleofSurveyingandLevelinginArchitecture
IntroductiontotheToolsandequipmentforLandSurveying.
METHODOLOGY:

LecturesandPracticalexercisesinvolvingfieldworkandworkingwithsurveyequipments.

CONTENTS:

Introduction
Introductiontosurveying,understandinglandtopographyanditsrelevanceinArchitecture.
Typesofsurveysinpractice
Introductiontosurveyequipments.
ChainSurveying

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Principlesofsurvey,equipmentrequired,selectionofstation,methodsoftakingoffsets.Bookingthefield
notes,obstaclesinchaining,errorsinchaining,chainingonslopinggroundandreciprocalranging.
CompassSurveying
Theprismaticcompass,itsconstructionanduses.Othertypesofcompasses.
Reduced and whole circle bearing, magnetic declamation, effects of local attraction. Compass traverse
andbalancingtheclosingerror.
Leveling
Differenttypesoflevels,theirtemporaryandpermanentadjustment,levelingstaff.Bookofthereadings
andreductionoflevels.Errorsinleveling.
Curvatureandrefractionreciprocallevelingprofile,levelingcrosssections.
PlaneTabling
Equipmentandmethods.Twopointsandthreepointsproblems.
Contouring
Characteristicsofcontourlines,directandindirectmethodsofcontouringandinterpolationofcontours.
Interpretationandpreparationofcontourmaps.Sitemodelingwithtotalstation.Exercisesinsettingout
ofbuildingworks.
TheodoliteSurveying
Theodolite, its temporary and permanent adjustment, measuring of magnetic bearings, horizontal and
verticalangles.Theodolitetraverseandbalancingtheclosingerror.
TacheometricSurveying
Generalinstruments,differentsystemsoftacheometricmeasurements,stadiamethod,Subtensemethod.

BARC0106:MATHEMATICS

INTENT:TorevisetheaspectsofMathematicslearnedearlier.
METHODOLOGY:Lecturesandexercises.
CONTENTS:
a)DifferentialCalculus

Differentiationandmethodsofdifferentiation
Applicationstoratesofchangeandsmallerrors
Successivedifferentiation
TangentsandNormals:Angleofintersectionofcurves
RadiusofcurvatureinCartesialcoordinates.
Polarcoordinates:Anglebetweenradiusvectorandtangent
Simplecurvestracingandideasofasymptotes.
TaylorsandMacluaurinssexpansions
Maximaandminimaoffunctionsofonevariable.
Determination:Solutionoflinearsimultaneousequations.
Partialdifferentiation
Eulerstheorem:Totaldifferentials:smallerrors
Taylorsseriesfortwovariables:Maximaandminimaoftwovariables.

b)Trigonometry:

Complexnumber:theirrepresentation:Argandsdiagramaddition,multiplication.
DeMoverstheoremanditsapplicationtofindingnthroots.
Exponential,Logarithmic,circularandhyperbolicfunctionsofacomplexvariable.
Separationofrealandimaginarypartsinsimplecases.

BARC0107:COMPUTERAPPLICATIONI

INTENT:Tofamiliarizethestudentswiththebasiccomputeruse;
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GeneralHistoricalbackgroundofcomputerdevelopment.
BriefdescriptionofvariousHardwareandSoftware.
Basicknowledgeofdifferentoperatingsystemsi.e.Windows,Unix,Linuxetc.

METHODLOGY:
Brieflecturesfollowedbyapplicationinindividuallabexercises.
CONTENTS:

Introductionofvarioussoftwareavailablefordocumentation,presentation&drawingpurposes.

Familiarizingtheuseofscanners,printersplottersetc.
IntroductionofAutoCADasdraftingtool.

ApplicationsofM.S.Officeinpresentation:
MicrosoftWord
MicrosoftPowerPoint
MicrosoftExcel
AdobePageMaker

YEARONESEMESTERTWO

BARC0201:DESIGNII

INTENT:
ArchitecturalDesignisthecoresubjectinarchitecturethusthemainobjectiveofthissubjectistomakethe
studentsfamiliarwithdesign&thearchitecturaldesignprocess.
Tofamiliarizethestudentswiththebasicdesignelements&principles.
Sensitizingstudentstobemoreobservanttotheirsurroundingsandpromotingitasabasiccreativeinstinctin
thestudents.

METHODOLOGY:
OrientationabouttheprofessionwiththehelpofAudio/Videopresentations.
Studiolectures.
Individual/Groupstudioexercises.

CONTENTS:
Smalldesignexercises:

Shortexercisesindesignofmilkbooth,teastall,shelterinpark,busstopordesigningofstudentsown
roometc.

Designexercisestobecoupledwithparalleldraftinganddrawingexercisestoencourageuseoftheskills
ofisometricandaxonometric,sciography,perspectivedrawingandrenderingtechniquesforopaqueand
transparentmediums.

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BARC0202:BUILDINGCONSTRUCTION&MATERIALSII

INTENT:
Introductiontoelementarybuildingconstructionmethodsandtheirapplications.

METHODOLOGY:
Introductiontomaterialsandconstructionthroughlecturesandstudioexercises.
Sitevisitstogainknowledgeaboutconstructiondetails.
Introductiontosomebasicconstructionmethodsandelements.

CONTENTS:

Construction
Foundations:Needforfoundations,preliminarydesigncriteria.Foundationbrickworkandconcrete.
Detailofspreadfoundationforloadbearingwallsofvariousthicknesses.
DPC:LayingofHorizontalD.P.C.
Arches: Elementary principles of Arch construction. Definition of various technical terms and Types of
Arches.ConstructionofBrickandStoneArches.

Materials
Timberseasoningofwood,typesofwoodusedinconstruction.
Identificationofbasicwoodsliketeak,sal,sheesham,mango,eucalyptusetc.


BARC0203:GRAPHICSII

INTENT:
Togivebasicknowledgeofgooddraftingandletteringtechniques.
TodevelopcomprehensionandVisualizationofgeometricforms.

METHODOLOGY: Studio assignments and lectures. Demonstration of 3D Geometrical objects and their 2D
representationonsheets

CONTENTS:

SectionofSolids:

Sectionplans,Sections,Trueshapeofasection.
Sectionofsolids(Prisms,Pyramids,Cylinders,Cones,Spheres.)

DevelopmentOfSurfaces:

IntroductionandMethodsofdevelopmentofsurfaces.
DevelopmentoflateralsurfacesofrightsolidslikeCubes,Prisms,Cylinders.
Methodofdrawingthedevelopmentofthelateralsurfaceofapyramid&Cone.

Sciography:

Introduction/Meaningofsciography
Projectionofsciographyinplanandelevations.

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BARC0204:STRUCTURESII

INTENT:
Tounderstandthebasicprinciplesofstructuralmechanicsthatwouldbepertinenttosimpledesignelements.
Tounderstandthestructuralbehaviorofbuildings.

METHODOLOGY:
Lecturesandcomputationexercises.

CONTENTS:

StressesinTrusses:
Forcesinmembersanalyticalmethod
Methodofjoints
Methodofsections

Bendingstresses:
Bendingequation
Bendingstressesinsymmetricalandunsymmetricalsections

ShearStress:Shearstressdistributioninvarioussections.

DeflectionofBeams:
DifferentialEquationofdeflectedbeam.
DoubleIntegrationmethod,
Macaulaysmethod.
StaticallydeterminatebeamsandproppedCantilever.
MomentAreaMethod.
Conjugatebeammethod.

ColumnandStruts:
Endconditions
Effectivelength
Slendernessratio.
Eulersformula

BARC0205:THEORYOFDESIGNI

INTENT:
ThecoursesinDesigntheoryaimstoevolveaconceptualframeworkforintelligentappreciationofArchitecture
andtodevelopavocabularyfordiscussingdesignideas.

METHODOLOGY:
The structure of courses consists of set of lecturers and prescribed reading followed by group discussioins and
seminars.

Introduction

Thegenesisofindigenousarchitecture:
Thegenesisofindigenousarchitecture,itsgeographicalandculturalsignposts.Evolutionofidealsand
designprinciplesinmodernarchitecture.Influencesgoverningtheformationofattitudesasapreludetotheactof
design.Thetranslationofdesignideasintoarchitecturalexpression.
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Architectureassociallyusefuldiscipline:
Theconceptofmeasuring,function,style,type,socialpurposeandideology,therelationshipof
architecturetothesciences,arts,economicsandpolitics.Studyofselectedwritingandbuildingsinmonumental
andvernacularscales.Manmadedesignatalllevelsincludingobjectsofdailyuse.

BARC0206:CLIMATOLOGY

INTENT:TofamiliarizethestudentswiththeclimatologicalaspectsassociatedwiththeArchitecturalDesign.

METHODOLOGY:Theconceptsoftheclimatologicalaspectsshallbetaughtwiththehelpoflectures,practical
exampleslabexercises.

CONTENTS;
HumanComfort:
Humanheatbalanceandcomfort,thermalcomfort,heatstress,effectivetemperature,bioclimaticanalysis,
individualsvariation.
Climatology:
Tropics,climaticzones,macroclimate,elementsofclimate,sun,temperature,wind,precipitation,and
climatologicaldataneededforplanningofbuildings.
SolarRadiation:
Directandindirectinsulation,typesofwavesinfrared,visiblelight,ultraviolet,reflectivityandemissivity.Methods
ofrecordingsunsposition,Rediationgainsonvariouswallsandroofsinvariousseasons.Applicationofsolar
changeinthedesignofsuncontroldevice.Sunmachineandtheiruses.
Daylight:
Glare,colour,amountoflight,skyasasourceoflight,daylightfactor,effectofsizeandshapeofopeningin
differentplaneswithandwithoutobstructions,Intensityoflightspred,penetration,designandsettingofbuildings
fordaylight.
Airtemperatures:
Factorsthatinfluencetemperatures,sunlatitude,season,land,water,wind,altitude,atmosphericimpurities,
greenopenareas,treesandurbanareas.Inversionoftemperature.Insulation,resistanceinsulation,capacity
Insulationthermaldiffusivity,thermalconductivity,heattransmissionthroughbuildingcomponents,timelag,i.e.
valueAIRheattransmittancecoefficient,scale,temperature.
Wind:
Studyofdiurnalandseasonalvariations,heatingandcoolingeffect,effectoftopography,effectofwindon
locationofindustrialareas,airportandotherlandusesandroadpatterns.Airpatternsaroundbuildings,within
buildings,windeddies,sizeandpositionofopeningswithandwithoutoverlaysandotherarchitecturalelements.
Effectofwindondesignandsitingofbuildings

BARC0207:WORKSHOPPRACTICES

INTENT:
To equip students with the basic skills necessary to represent their ideas in a rudimentary model format using
simplematerialslikepaper,thermocol,hardwood,Metals,glassfiberetc.

METHODOLOGY:
Exercises in cutting, finishing and joinery etc. with simple blocks, composition of basic geometrical forms etc.
Introduction to the various tools and equipment available for executing these exercises. The section on joinery
detailswillbedealtwithinanengineeringlab.

CONTENTS:
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Joinery
Simplejoinerydetailsinwood.
Pipesandsleevejoints.
Metalweldedjoints,nutboltjoints.Typesofweldedjoints.
ArchitecturalModeling:
Generalinformationaboutvariousmaterialsandtoolstobeusedinmodelmaking.Developmentofthe
skilltousethetoolswithprecisiontoobtaindesiredresultsinmodelmaking.

Introductiontotypesofmodel
Blockmodels,detailedmodel,constructionmodelandinteriormodelsetc.

Introductiontovariousmaterials
Experimentationwiththesematerialsfordifferentgeometriesandscalesofmodels.

BARC0208:COMPUTERAPPLICATIONII

INTENT:Introductionandtheuseofsoftwareavailableforarchitecturalapplications.

METHODOLOGY:Integrationofpracticalexercisesalongwiththedesignstudioproject.

CONTENTS:

Introduction
IntroductionofvarioussoftwareavailableforArchitecturalpresentationsuchasPhotoshop&Corel

Basiccommandsfor2DGraphics
LearningofsoftwareslikePhotoshop&Corel.
Understandingthebasiccompositionin2Dandprepareattractivecompositionsusingsoftwares.

YEARTWOSEMESTERTHREE

BARC0301:ARCHITECTURALDESIGNII

OBJECTIVES:
To foster understanding about land and landforms and the elements of built space. Experimentation with
shapesandformstoevolvesensitivitytobuiltvolumes.
Focusonstudyingpatternsinhorizontalcirculationinbuiltareas.
Introductiontovernaculararchitecture,useoflocalmaterialsandappreciationofthesocioeconomicsofthe
users.

METHODOLOGY:
Siteanalysisatthebeginningofeachdesignproblem.Thiswoulddevelopsensitivitytoexistingsiteconditions
andcontextandhelpstudentsevolvedesigndirectivestoguidethedesignprocess.
Blockmodelsateverydesignstageforthreedimensionalvisualization.

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Y E A R 2 (Semester III)

CLASSES

END SEMESTER MARK CRED EXAM


CODE SUBJECT L T/ ST EVALUATION S ITS HRS
BARC-0301 DESIGN -III 2 6 WR VV 100 3 6

BUILDING MATERIALS &


BARC-0302
CONSTRUCTION -III
2 4 WR VV 2 3
100
BARC-0303 GRAPHICS-III 2 4 WR VV 100 1 3

BARC-0304 STRUCTURE- III 2 - WR - 100 1 3

BARC-0305 HISTORY OF ARCHITECTURE-II 2 - WR - 1 3


100

BUILDING SERVICES-I (WATER


BARC-0306
SUPPLY & SANITATION)
2 - WR - 0.5 3
100
BARC-0307 THEORY OF SETTLEMENTS 1 2 WR - 100 1 3

BARC-0308 ART APPRECIATION 1 2 - VV 100 0.5

TOTAL 14 18 10


Y E AR 2 S(Semester IV)

CLASSES
CREDIT EXAM
CODE SUBJECT L T/ ST WR VV TOT S HRS

BARC-0401 DESIGN IV 2 6 WR VV 100 3 6

BUILDING MATERIALS &


BARC-0402 CONSTRUCTION IV 2 4 WR VV 100 2 3

BARC-0403 THEORY OF DESIGN-II 2 1 WR _ 100 0.5 3

BARC-0404 STRUCTURE- IV 2 1 WR _ 100 1 3

_
BARC-0405 HISTORY OF ARCHITECTURE-II 2 - WR 100 1 3

BUILDING SERVICES- II _
BARC-0406 (ELECTRICAL) 2 - WR 100 1 3

VISUAL & WRITTEN _ _


BARC-0407 COMMUNICATION 2 1 VV 100 1

BARC-0408 CAAD LAB - I 1 2 _ VV 100 0.5 _

TOTAL 15 15 10 _

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Joinery
Simplejoinerydetailsinwood.
Pipesandsleevejoints.
Metalweldedjoints,nutboltjoints.Typesofweldedjoints.
ArchitecturalModeling:
Generalinformationaboutvariousmaterialsandtoolstobeusedinmodelmaking.Developmentofthe
skilltousethetoolswithprecisiontoobtaindesiredresultsinmodelmaking.

Introductiontotypesofmodel
Blockmodels,detailedmodel,constructionmodelandinteriormodelsetc.

Introductiontovariousmaterials
Experimentationwiththesematerialsfordifferentgeometriesandscalesofmodels.

BARC0208:COMPUTERAPPLICATIONII

INTENT:Introductionandtheuseofsoftwareavailableforarchitecturalapplications.

METHODOLOGY:Integrationofpracticalexercisesalongwiththedesignstudioproject.

CONTENTS:

Introduction
IntroductionofvarioussoftwareavailableforArchitecturalpresentationsuchasPhotoshop&Corel

Basiccommandsfor2DGraphics
LearningofsoftwareslikePhotoshop&Corel.
Understandingthebasiccompositionin2Dandprepareattractivecompositionsusingsoftwares.

YEARTWOSEMESTERTHREE

BARC0301:ARCHITECTURALDESIGNII

OBJECTIVES:
To foster understanding about land and landforms and the elements of built space. Experimentation with
shapesandformstoevolvesensitivitytobuiltvolumes.
Focusonstudyingpatternsinhorizontalcirculationinbuiltareas.
Introductiontovernaculararchitecture,useoflocalmaterialsandappreciationofthesocioeconomicsofthe
users.

METHODOLOGY:
Siteanalysisatthebeginningofeachdesignproblem.Thiswoulddevelopsensitivitytoexistingsiteconditions
andcontextandhelpstudentsevolvedesigndirectivestoguidethedesignprocess.
Blockmodelsateverydesignstageforthreedimensionalvisualization.

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CONTENTS:

Designprojectsrelatedtodifferentclimaticconditions
The projects would address the study of built form and its relationship to the site, surroundings and
climatic setting. Design proposals to address sensitivity to climatic and physical settings. The design
problemwouldinducestudentstoexperimentwithbuiltandopenspaces.

Design of a simple building for public activity in a non urban setting, or a situation without urban
regulatorycontrols.IntroductiontootherroleplayersintheArchitecturalprocessviz;theclientandthe
user.Appreciationofthenonpersonalviewasaprocessresources.

Study of the social and physical environment and methods of construction in vernacular architecture,
emergingoutofthetraditionalwayoflifeofthepeopleinagivenplaceincludingtopographicsurvey.This
maybeavillageorpartofasmalltown.

BARC0302:BUILDINGCONSTRUCTION&MATERIALSIII

OBJECTIVE:Tointroduceconstructionprinciplesandmaterialsusedforthebasicelementsofabuildinglikedoors,
windows,stairsetc.

METHODOLOGY:
LecturesandStudioassignmentsforunderstandingconstructiondetails.
Site visits and library studies to supplement the studio work regarding materials and construction
methods.

CONTENTS:

Construction
Doors:Typesofdoors,constructiontechniques,decorativepaneldoors,glazeddoors,flushdoors,doors
withfanlight,andcalculationofwoodwork.
Windows:Detailoftimberframes&shutters,fixedshutters,Calculationofwoodwork.
RoofsandTrusses:Timberroofs:leantoroof,closedcoupleroof,collarroofforsmallspans.Largetimber
trusses(12meterspan).

Materials
Glassandglassproducts:Plain,sheet,plate,textured,laminated,wiredandshockresistantglass.Glass
blocks,glasstiles,mirrors,heatreflectingglassesandGlasswool.
Plastics,Nylon,PVC,Bakelite,Polythene,glassfiberreinforcedplastic.
Paints and surface finishes: Composition, properties and methods of application of different types of
paints:Oil,syntheticenamels,acrylicandotherplasticemulsionsandformulations,interiorandexterior
gradepaints.Cementbasedpaints.

BARC0303:GRAPHICSIII

INTENT:
Tointroducethestudentstographictreatmentoftwodimensionaldrawings.
Todevelopperceptionandpresentationofsimplearchitecturalformsandbuilding.
Tofamiliarizethestudentswithpreparationofperspectivesbyinnovativemethods.
Tointroducethestudentswithperspectivesofinteriors.
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Todevelopinnovativepresentationtechniques.

METHODOLOGY:Studioassignmentsandlectures.

CONTENTS:

Metricdrawing:
Typesused&advantage
Isometric,Axonometric&obliqueview.
Metricdrawings,projectionsandtheirdimensions.

PerspectiveDrawing:
Differencewithmetricprojections.
Anatomyofperspective:Stationpoint,Eyelevel,Coneofvision,Pictureplane,
Horizonline,Groundline,Vanishingpoints,
Typesofperspectives:Onepoint,Twopoint,Threepoint
Perspectivesofsimpleandcomplexblocks
Perspectivesofsimplehouseholdfurnitureitems
PerspectivesofResidences.

PerspectiveDrawingByInnovativeMethods:
Preparation of Perspective by innovative methods like approximate method, Diagonal Method, Grid
Methodetc.
Otherinnovativemethodsofperspectivepresentation.
Onepointandtwopointsperspectivesofinteriors.
Introductiontoshortcutmethodsinperspectivedrawing.
Freehandperspectivedrawing.

PresentationTechniques:
Introductiontorepresentdifferenttexturesandfinishesinplanandelevation.
Graphical representation of furniture, automobiles, human figures, etc. in plans and elevations and 3
dimensions

Preparationofpresentationdrawingsofsmallbuildings.Throughplanes,elevation,siteplan.Etc.usingvarious
renderingtechniquesandmediaincorporatingsciagraphycreatingthreedimensionaleffects.

BARC0304:STRUCTURESIII
INTENT:Tounderstandtheanalysisofindeterminatestructuresandtheiruse.

METHODOLOGY:Lecturesandcomputationexercises.

CONTENTS:

DeterminacyandIndeterminacyDeterminateandIndeterminatestructures.

EnergyPrinciples
Introduction,formsofElasticStrainEnergy,Strainenergyinmembers,Energyrelationinstructural
theory,Virtualwork,BettisandMaxwellslawsofreciprocaldeflection,ApplicationofVirtualwork,
Castiglianostheorems.

ThreemomenttheoremAnalysisoffixedandcontinuousbeams

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SlopeDeflectionmethod
Introduction,Analysisoffixedandcontinuousbeams,yieldingofsupports.

MomentDistribution
Introduction,analysisofindeterminatebeamsandsimpleframes,Swayframes
ApproximatemethodsofAnalysisSubstituteframemethod
OverviewofconstructionCement,aggregate,Water,reinforcement,materials.

BARC0305:HISTORYOFARCHITECTUREI

INTENT: Introduction to the architecture of the ancient world. To generate an understanding about the
developmentofcivilizationanditsarchitecturalimplications.

METHODOLOGY: Visually intensive lectures using power point presentations to acquaint students with historic
sitesandbuildings.Sitevisitsandseminarpresentationsandmodelmaking

CONTENTS:
CivilizationsoftheAncientWesternWorld
Growth of early civilizations from Stone Age to Neolithic settlements in Europe. Examples Carnec,
Stonehengeetc.
Egyptian: Early tomb architecture and later temple architecture, great pyramids of Giza, Mastabas,
FunerarytemplesandlatertempleslikeKhonsetc.
Mesopotamia:CitiesofMesopotamialikeNinveh,KhorsabadandBabylon.
Greek:Hellenisticperiod,classicalorders,templesandpublicbuildings,geometryandsymmetryintheir
buildings,Acropolis,Agora,temples,tombsandhouseforms.
Roman: Construction systems using vaults and domes. Building types like temples, forums, basilica,
theatres,aquaducts,bridges,roads,sewagesystemandfountains.
EarlyChristian:Basilicanchurches,centralizedandlongitudinalchurches,interiorsandarticulationofthe
churches,picturesandbiblicalscenes.
Byzantine:Developmentofdomeoversquareorpolygonalplans.
Romanesque: New construction methods, massiveness, verticality and ornamentation of churches,
integrationofcentralizedandlongitudinalplans.
Gothic: Continued integration of centralized and longitudinal plans, flying buttress, ribbed vault,
sensitivitytowardslight,useofstainedglass.Cathedralsandchurches.
CentralAsia:citiesofBukhara,Samarkandetc.

BARC0306:BUILDINGSERVICESI(WATERSUPPLYANDSANITATION)

INTENT:Introductiontoelementarybuildingservicesofwatersupply,sanitationandroads.

METHODOLOGY: Exercises in layout of simple drainage systems for small buildings. Planning of bathrooms and
lavatoryblocksindomesticandmultistoriedbuildings.Exercisescanalsobeclubbedwithdesignstudioproject.

CONTENTS:

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Watersupply

Sourcesofwatersupply.Impuritiesofwaterandsystemsofwatersupply.Variouskindsofwatermeters.
Waterstoragetanks,theircapacityandlocation.Calculationofwaterconsumption.Domestichotand
coldwatersupplysystems.Sizeofpiesandtheirjoiningdetails.Connectionsofdifferentsanitaryfittings
likeferrule,stopcocks,bibcocksetc.

Sanitation

Basicprinciplesofsanitationanddisposalofwastematterfrombuildings.

Dryandwetcarriagesystems.
Sanitaryfittingswashbasins,WCs,bathtubs,sink,urinals,bidets,flushingcistern,trapsetc.
Varioustypesofjoints,manholesandseptictanks.
Properlocationandventilationofinterceptingchambersandinspectionchambers.

Drainagesystemsseparate,combinedandpartiallycombinedsystems.
Singlestacksystem.
Onepipeandtwopipesystems.
Testingofhousedrains.
Gradientsusedinlayingdrainsandsewers.
Selfcleaningandnonscouringvelocitiesfordrainpipes.
Sizeofdrainpipesandmaterialsused.
Roads
Descriptionandsuitabilityofroadsandcomparativecostanalysis.
WBM(waterboundmacadam)road,tar,bitumen,asphaltandRCCroads.
Soilstabilized,brickandstonepaving.
Drainagesubdrains,culverts,ditches,gutters,dropinletsandcatchbasins.

BARC0307:HUMANSETTLEMENTS

INTENT:Tostudythepatternsofhumansettlementsandtheirrelevancetoarchitecture.
METHODOLOGY:Lectures,assignmentsandlibrarystudies.
CONTENTS:
ManandEnvironment
Biologicalandbehavioralresponsestohumansettlements.
Designforliving,naturalandbuiltenvironment.
Historyofhumansettlements
Originandgrowthofhumansettlement.
RoleofRiverBanksingrowthofhumansettlement.
Historicalsurveyofthecityasanexpressionofthevitalityofacivilization.
Westernworld:Rivervalleysettlements,Greek,Roman,Medieval,Renaissanceandmodern.

AncienttextsandtreatisesonsettlementandareaplanninginIndia.
HumansettlementsduringancientmedievalandmodernperiodsIndia,Europeandotherpartsofthe
world.
CharacteristicsofhumansettlementsbuiltbyHinduandIslamicRulersinIndia.

StudyofancientIndiansettlementslikeMohenjodaro,Taxila,Nalanda.
StudyofancientIndiancavesettlementsofAjanta,Ellora,Elephanta.
ComparativestudyofIndusValleyandtownplanninginancientandmedievalIndia.

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BARC0308:ARTAPPRECIATION

INTENT:Thecourseisconsideredasamediumofunderstandingarchitectureasoneoftheprincipalartinthe
patheonofhumancreativity.Thefloweringofaestheticsensibilitiesandatasteforthevisualandsensoryappeal
ofphysicalform.Theemphasisistomakestudentsintoconnoisseursofartratherthanconsummateartists
themselves.
METHODOLOGY:Lecturesandlibrarystudiesandassignmentstounderstandandappreciateart.
Content:
HistoryofArt:
Artthroughages,architectureasart,milestonesinartfromthePrehistoric,Paleolithic,Neolithic,Classical,
Medieval,Renaissanceandmodernperiods.Indianartheritage,Indusvalleytopresentday.
Artconsciousness;Aesthetics,perception,symbolism,expression,style,fashion,appropriatenessandvalues.
Criticalappraisalofexamplesfromthevisualaswellasperformingarts.

YEARTWOSEMESTERFOUR

BARC0401:ARCHITECTURALDESIGNIV

INTENT:
To foster understanding about land and landforms and the elements of built space. Experimentation with
shapesandformstoevolvesensitivitytobuiltvolumes.
Focusonstudyingpatternsinhorizontalcirculationinbuiltareas.
Introductiontovernaculararchitecture,useoflocalmaterialsandappreciationofthesocioeconomicsofthe
users.

METHODOLOGY:
Siteanalysisatthebeginningofeachdesignproblem.Thiswoulddevelopsensitivitytoexistingsiteconditions
andcontextandhelpstudentsevolvedesigndirectivestoguidethedesignprocess.
Blockmodelsateverydesignstageforthreedimensionalvisualization.

CONTENTS:

Designprojectsrelatedtodifferentclimaticconditions
The projects would address the study of built form and its relationship to the site, surroundings and
climatic setting. Design proposals to address sensitivity to climatic and physical settings. The design
problemwouldinducestudentstoexperimentwithbuiltandopenspaces.

Onecomplexdesignproblem
Theprojectwouldinvolvethestudyofsimplerepetitivetypeofspaceslikeschools,hostels,shopsandoffices.
Thefocuswouldbeontheevolutionofformthroughadetailedsiteanalysis.Otherdesignissuesthatthe
problemmustaddressare:
Detailingofselectedareastointroduceaworkingunderstandingofservices.
Integrationofdesignideaswithstructuralfeasibility.
Evolvingworkingsolutionsforparkingandcirculationpatterns.

BARC0402:BUILDINGCONSTRUCTION&MATERIALSIV

INTENT: To introduceconstructionprinciples and materials used for the basic elements of a building like doors,
windows,stairsetc.
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METHODOLOGY:
LecturesandStudioassignmentsforunderstandingconstructiondetails.
Site visits and library studies to supplement the studio work regarding materials and construction
methods.

CONTENTS:

Construction
Pitchedbamboo&timberroofs.
Staircases: Design and details of construction of staircases in timber, stone and RCC. Different types of
staircasesDoglegged,Circular,OpenWell,Spiraletc.
Liftwelldetails.
Partitions:Constructionofpartitionintimberandtimberproducts,gypsumboardsetc.foruseinoffices
andrestaurants.

Materials
Varnishes:Naturalandsyntheticclearvarnishes,Frenchpolish.
Floor finishes: PCC, terrazzo, stone slabs, brick and terracotta tiles, Synthetic materials (PVC, Timber).
Floorsofindustrialbuildings&warehouses.Ceramicwall&floortiles
Roofingmaterials:Burntclaytiles,slates,ACsheets,GIandAluminiumsheets.

BARC0403:THEORYOFDESIGN

INTENT:
ThecoursesinDesigntheoryaimstoevolveaconceptualframeworkforintelligentappreciationofArchitecture
andtodevelopavocabularyfordiscussingdesignideas.

METHODOLOGY:
The structure of courses consists of set of lecturers and prescribed reading followed by group discussioins and
seminars.

CONTENTS:

Designmethodology:
Designasamultivarietyproblemsolvingprocess.Theoriesofprogramandfuction,thinkingtechniques,
informationprocessingandresearchmethods,generatorsofcreativity,designmetricsandsystemintegration.

DesignEvaluationandCriticism:
Valuejudgmentsindesign.Appreciationofdesignerskills,theoriesofperceptionandvariabilityof
perception.Theoreticalissuesincontemporaryarchitecture,SeminarsontheworksofselectedIndianand
InternationalArchitectsandrelatedtopics.

BARC0404:STRUCTURESIV

INTENT:
Tounderstandthebasicprinciplesofstructuralmechanicsthatwouldbepertinenttosimpledesignelements.To
alsounderstandthestructuralbehaviorofbuildingelements.

METHODOLOGY:
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Lecturesandcomputationexercises.

CONTENTS:

Designphilosophies
Strengthandserviceabilityrequirements,designmethods,workingstress,ultimatestrengthandlimit
state.

AnalysisandDesign
Analysisanddesignofsectionsforflexurebyworkingstressandlimitstatemethodsinglyanddoubly
reinforcedsections,TandLsections,introductionandusedofdesignaids(SP:16to456)

Shearbond
Introduction.Shearstress,Diagonaltension,shearreinforcementDevelopmentLength,AnchorageBond,
Flexuralbond.

DetailingofReinforcement
Introduction,Requirementorgooddetailing,Coverloreinforcement.spacingorreinforcement,reinforcement
requirements,Reinforcementsplicing.

Slabs Introduction.DesignofOneWayslab.Twowayslab.

BARC0405:HISTORYOFARCHITECTUREII

INTENT: Introduction to the architecture of the ancient world. To generate an understanding about the
developmentofcivilizationanditsarchitecturalimplications.

METHODOLOGY: Visually intensive lectures using power point presentations to acquaint students with historic
sitesandbuildings.Sitevisitsandseminarpresentationsandmodelmaking

CivilizationsandArchitectureofAncientIndia
Indus Valley Civilization: Town planning principles, typical building layouts, sewage system, public
buildings,theGreatBathetc.ExamplesfromHarappaandMohenjodaro
AryanCivilizaton:Vedicculture,townplanning,itsmotifsandpatterns.
BuddhistArchitecture:Pillars,edicts,stupas,viharasandchaityas.
NorthIndianTempleforms:ThreeSchoolsGujarat,Khajuraho&Orissa.
SouthIndiantempleforms:Chalukya,Pallava,PandyaandCholaRulers.
Jainarchitecture:JaintemplesandtemplecitiessuchasPalitanaandGirnar.

BARC0406:BUILDINGSERVICESII(ELECTRICAL)

INTENT:Toteachtheschematiclayoutofsimpleelectrical,illumination,liftandfirefightingsystemfordomestic
andofficebuildings.

METHODOLOGY:Lecturesandstudioexercises.Exercisescanbeclubbedwithdesignstudioproject

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CONTENTS:

ElectricalServices
LawsofelectricalcircuitOhmsandKirchoffslawsandbasicprinciples.
Circuitsseriesandparallel.
Commondomesticinstallationswaterheater,radiatoretc.
Wiresspecificationsandcarryingcapacityandcalculationofelectricalloads.
Typesofswitches,socketsandfixtures.
Distributionboards,circuitbreakers,fuses,electricalmetersandtheirlayout.
Designconsiderationsforelectricalinstallations.
Protectionagainstoverload,shortcircuit,earthfault,lighteningconductorsandothersafetymeasuresfor
buildings.
Wiringsystemsmethodsofwiring,jointandloopin.
Typesofelectricalwiringbatten,capping&casing,concealedconduitsetc.
Wiringmaterialtypes,sizesandspecifications,mainswitch,MCB,DBmeter.
Firefighting
Causesandspreadoffire.Combustibilityofmaterialsandsafetynorms.
Fire detection and fire fighting equipment smoke detectors, monitoring devices, alarm systems. Etc.
DesignofFireescapesforhighrisebuildings.
Illumination
Lightanditspropagation,reflection,radiation,transmissionandabsorption.
Definitionsandunitsofflux,solidangles,luminousintensity,brightness.
Lawsofillumination,typesofilluminationschemesdirect,semidirect,indirectanddiffusedlightingand
theirdesignconsiderations.
Lightfluxmethodforcalculationofnumberoflampsforillumination.
Incandescent,sodiumvapor,mercuryvapor,fluorescentandneonlampsetc.
TypesofLuminariesforinteriorandexteriorlighting.
Residential,commercial,industry,floodandstreetlighting.
Testsbeforecommissioningofelectricalservices.
Lifts
Typesoflifts,theircontrolandoperation.
Definitionofaverageliftcarryingcapacity,ratedload,ratedspeed,RTTetc.
Detailsofliftsection,machineroom,equipment,liftwellandliftpit.
Designstandardsforliftslobby,liftcarssizeetcfrombuildingcodes.
Escalatorsandconveyors.

BARC0407:VISUALANDWRITTENCOMMUNICATION

INTENT:
Attuningstudentstoapictorialunderstandingofspaces.
Exploringmethodsofpresentationfordesignthroughphotographs.
Understanding the language and aesthetics of photography, as an interdisciplinary art form and its
relevanceinarchitecturalcommunication.
Brainstormingonideasofrepresentingspacesthroughphotographs.
Todevelopskillsofwrittencommunication.

METHODOLOGY:
Lectureandpostlecturediscussions.
Practicalassignmentsandstudentpresentations.
Presentationbystudentsondifferentthemes.

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CONTENTS:

IntroductiontoDevices
Introductiontodevicesusedforvisualcommunication.
Introductiontodifferenttypesofcameras,(stillandmoving),opticalandmagnetic,theirpartsandtheir
use.

CommunicationGraphics
Introductiontotheelements,principles,andtechniquesthatunderlieandinformtheanalysis,creation,and
evaluationofvisualorganizationsandarecrucialtotheprocessandproductofformmaking.
Translationofconceptintoformusingword,image,andlayout.
PresentationofDesignsthroughphotographs,understandingthelanguageandaestheticsofphotography,as
aninterdisciplinaryartformanditsrelevanceinmodernarchitecture.

Photographicstudies:
Apracticalintroductiontothetheoryandapplicationofcameras,meteringdevicesandlighting
Studioanddarkroomtechniques,developingaprintandprocessing.
Usingdigitalcameras.
Mountingofphotographs.
Slidepresentation.
Writtencommunication

BARC0408:CAADLAB

OBJECTIVE:Introductionandtheuseofsoftwareavailableforarchitecturalapplications.

METHODOLOGY:Integrationofpracticalexercisesalongwiththedesignstudioproject.

CONTENTS:

Introduction
Introduction of various software available for Architectural application, like Auto CAD, Architectural
desktop,Revit,Microstationetc.StressshouldbegivenonAutoCAD.

Basiccommandsfor2DAutoCAD
Learningbasic2Dcommandstheirfunctionandapplication.
Workingonlayersandcolors.
Understanding of Text, and dimension styles etc, supported with suitable exercise. Understanding
complexcommandslikePline,spline,xrefs,Attributes,Modelspace&Paperspaceetc.
Atleastoneworkingplan,elevationandsectionshouldbecompleted.
Basiccommandsfor3D
Introductionofbasic3Dcommands.
DifferenttypesofmodelinginAutoCAD.
Exerciseonwiremeshmodeling.

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YEAR 3 (Semester V)

CLASSES
CREDIT EXAM
CODE SUBJECT L T/ ST WR VV TOT S HRS

BARC-0501 DESIGN V 2 6 WR VV 100 3 6

BUILDING MATERIALS &


BARC-0502 CONSTRUCTION V 2 4 WR VV 100 2 3

BARC-0503 WORKING DRAWINGS 1 4 - VV 100 1 _

BARC-0504 STRUCTURE- V 2 - WR - 100 1 3

BARC-0505 HISTORY OF ARCHITECTURE-IV 2 - WR - 100 1 3

BUILDING SERVICES- III


BARC-0506 (ACOUSTICS & HVAC) 2 - WR - 100 0.5 3

BARC-0507 ESTIMATING & COSTING 1 2 WR - 100 1 3

BARC-0508 CAAD LAB- II 1 2 - VV 100 0.5 _

TOTAL 13 18 10 _

Y E A R 3 (Semester VI)

CRED
CLASSES ITS EXAM
HOUR
CODE SUBJECT L T/ ST WR VV TOT S

BARC-0601 DESIGN VI 2 6 WR VV 100 3 6

BUILDING MATERIALS &


BARC-0602 CONSTRUCTION VI 2 4 WR VV 100 2 3

BARC-0603 TOWN PLANNING 1 3 WR VV 100 1 3

BARC-0604 STRUCTURE- VI 2 - WR - 100 1 3

BARC-0605 HOUSING 1 3 WR VV 100 1 3

BARC-0606 BUILDING ECONOMICS 2 - WR - 100 1 3

BARC-0607 CAAD LAB - III 1 2 - VV 100 0.5 -

BARC-0608 SEMINAR-I - 2 - VV 100 0.5 -

TOTAL 11 20 10 -

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YEARTHREESEMESTERFIVE

BARC0501:ARCHITECTURALDESIGNV

INTENT:
Exploringanddesigningstructuralspanningsystemsfordifferentrequirements.
Todevelopsensitivitytobuildingbylaws.Tounderstandvariedstructuralbuildingsystems
Todevelopunderstandingabouthowtodesigninanurbansetting.

METHODOLOGY:
Casestudiestobeclubbedwithlibraryresearchandlivesurveys
Siterestrictionsshouldbeimposedinframingdesignproblems.
Detailed models to be generated with key submissions to communicate details of parking, landscaping
and elevation features. Perspectives and sketches to be included in all key submissions for the
developmentofcommunicationskills.
CONTENTS:

Designexerciserelatedtostructuraldesign
Theprojectwouldfocusonexploringstructuralspanningsystemsforlargecoveredareas(temporaryor
permanent)andtheirintegrationwithform.Designexercisescouldbesportsarea,exhibitionhall,
temporarycanopyetc.Thedesignshouldbeformulatedtoincreaseawarenessandapplicationabout
advancedstructuralsystemsandlatestbuildingmaterial.
Arcuatedcorbelled,radiatingarch,vaultanddome,squinchandpendentives.
Vectorstructurestrussesandspaceframes,slabs,onewayandtwowaycoffers.
Formstructuresfoldedslabs,shells,hyperbolaandparabola.
Tensiletents,cablesandpneumaticvisvismaterialsandplanshapes.
Emphasisoftheproblemswouldbeonthedesignparametersandgraphicalpresentationratherthan
detailedstructuralanalysis.

BARC0502:BUILDINGCONSTRUCTION&MATERIALSV

OBJECTIVE:Introductiontoawiderangeofmodernbuildingconstructionsystemsincorporatingtheuseofmetals
likesteelandaluminiumandcompositematerials.

METHODOLOGY:
LecturesandStudioassignmentsforunderstandingconstructiondetails.
Site visits and library studies to supplement the studio work regarding materials and construction
methods.

CONTENTS:
Construction
Doors:Differenttypesofdoorsinsteel,AluminiumandGlass.Sliding,Slidingandfolding,revolvingdoors.
FireproofandSoundproofdoors.TypesofRollingShutters.
Windows: Different types of windows in Steel, Aluminium and Glass. Sliding windows in Steel and
Aluminium.
Staircases:Specialstaircasesinsteel.FireEscapeStairCases.

Materials
Compositematerials:R.C.C.andR.B.W.UseofBambooforReinforcement.
Waterproofingmaterialsandsystemsforbasement.

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Sectionsofdoorsandwindows(I.S.1038etc)

BARC0503:WORKINGDRAWING

INTENT:ToFamiliarizethestudentswiththedrawingswhicharepreparedfortheactualconstruction/execution
ofthebuildings.

METHODOLOGY:
LecturesandStudioassignmentsforunderstandingworkingdrawings.
Sitevisitsandtounderstandthepracticalapplicationsofworkingdrawings.

CONTENTS:
Building drawings are to be prepared as part of the contract documents with proper labeling and dimensioning
techniques.Thedrawingsshallbebasedonbuildingdesignpreparedasdesignstudioassignment.Drawingsshall
include:Plan/s,foundationplan/s,layoutplanshowingdifferentbuildings,internalroads,watersupply,sewerage
includingareadrainageplan.Elevations:Elevationsofallsides(front,backandbothsides).Sections:Transverse
andlongitudinalsections,sectionsthroughstaircase,liftandsanitaryunits.

Architecturaldetails:
Schedulingofdifferentfinishes,doors,windowsincludinghardwarefixtures.Preparationofroofdrainagesystem
layout, layout of sanitary and plumbing lines and scheduling the fixtures in toilets and kitchen etc. Layout of
electricallinesandfixtures.

BARC0504:STRUCTURESV

OBJECTIVE: To understand the design elements of Reinforced Cement Concrete, Steel structures along with soil
mechanicsandfoundationengineering

METHODOLOGY:Lecturesandexercisesinindependentdesignofstructuralelements.

CONTENTS:

DesignofColumn
Detailofaxiallyandeccentricallyloadedshortandlongcolumnsbyworkingstressandthelimitstate
methods.
Designfordirectanduniaxialbending,useofdesignaids
ElementsofSoilMechanics

PropertiesofSoil,Safebearingcapacity,activeandpassiveearthpressures

FoundationEngineeringandtypesoffoundation
Designoffooting;stripfootingforwalls,isolatedcolumnfooting,combinedrectangularandtrapezoidal
footing
Raftfoundation
Deepfoundation
Pile&wellfoundation.

CompleteDesignofcontinuousbeams&PortalFrames
RequirementofjointsinRC.C.Construction
Constructionjoints
Expansionjoints.
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BARC0505:HISTORYOFARCHITECTUREIV

INTENT:TostudythearchitectureofthemedievalandmodernworldwithafocusonIndia.Thearchitecturalstyles
and buildings would be discussed in context of their period, geographical/climatic conditions, economic and
politicalconditions,socialandreligiouscustoms,constructionandtechnology,buildingmaterialandstructure.

METHODOLOGY:LecturesandsitevisitstoacquaintstudentswithhistoricsitesandbuildingsofDelhi.

CONTENTS:
ArchitectureofMedieval&ModernWesternWorld
Islamic architecture: Islam and its philosophy, its implementation in various building types such as
mosque,tomb,fortandtheirelementslikedomes,minarets,archetc.

Renaissance,Mannerism(Monumentalityandspatialeffectsofforms,useoforders),PostRenaissance:
Baroque&NeoclassicisminpartsofEurope.

Modernarchitecture:VariousmodernmovementsindifferentpartsoftheWesternworldandtheirrole
in defining Modern architecture such as Post Impressionism, Expressionism, Art Nouveau, Surrealism,
AbstractExpressionism,Cubismetc.

BARC0506:BUILDINGSERVICESIII(HVAC)

OBJECTIVES:
Tounderstandtheschematiclayoutofsimpleairconditioningsystemfordomesticandofficebuildings.
Understandingofintelligentbuildingsanddevicesusedinthem.

METHODOLOGY:Lecturesandschematiclayoutsexercises.Exercisescanbeclubbedwithdesignstudioproject.

CONTENTS:

AirConditioning
Principlesofairconditioning.
Psychometricchart,comfortzone.
Refrigerationcycleandaircycle.
Methodsofcoolingandheating
Evaporativecoolingsystemsofairconditioning.
Unitairconditionersandcentralairconditioningplants.
Standardsandprescribedlocationsforvariousparts.
Descriptivedetailsofplantsandductlayout.
Airdistributionsystemfans,filters,ductwork,outlets,dampers.
Naturalandartificialventilation.
CoolingloadforAC.
Definitionofaverageliftcarryingcapacity,ratedload,ratedspeed,RTTetc.
Detailsofliftsection,machineroom,equipment,liftwellandliftpit.
Designstandardsforliftslobby,liftcarssizeetcfrombuildingcodes.
Escalatorsandconveyors.

BARC0507:ESTIMATINGANDCOSTING

INTENT:Toequipstudentswiththenecessarytechnicalknowledgeforcalculatingestimatesanddetailedcosting
forsmalltomediumscaleprojects.
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METHODOLOGY:Smallscaleprojectstobeundertakentounderstandcostingprinciplesandterms.Finalcosting
exercisetobecarriedoutwherestudentscanundertakethecostingoftheirstudiodesignproject.

CONTENTS:
Systems
Systemsoftakingquantitiesandestimatingforalltradesinvolvedinconstructionofmediumcomplexity
project.
Specification
WritingofSpecificationforQuantities.
ItemsofworkandMaterials.
Classificationofareas
Plintharea,Coveredarea,Floorarea,CarpetareaandProjectionarea.
TypesofEstimates
Preliminary,Detailed.
Methodsoftakingoutquantitiesforbuildingworks.
PreparationofBillofQuantities(BOQ).
Modeofmeasurementsofquantities.
Marketratesoflaborandbuildingmaterials.
Laborturnoutandnormsforconsumptionofbasicmaterials.
Scheduleofrates
CPWD,PWD,CostIndex.
AnalysisofratesforcommonitemsofworklikeCementconcrete,Brickwork,Paintingetc.
Methodsforpreparationandsubmissionofpreliminaryestimatesanddetailedestimates.
Tender
Tendernoticesandtenderdocuments.
Typesoftenderinginpractice.Processoftendering.Preparationoftendernotes/documentsand
comparativestatements
AwardofTenders

BARC0508:CAADLAB

OBJECTIVE:Advancedlearningofsoftwareavailableforarchitecturalapplications.

METHODOLOGY:Integrationofpracticalexercisesalongwiththedesignstudioproject.

CONTENTS:
AutoCAD3D
UnderstandingCoordinatesystems.
Introductionofsolidmodeling.
Learningsolidmodelingcommands,editingsolidmodeling.
Workingondifferentplanes.
Atleastoneexerciseshouldbecompletedin3Dmodeling.
Revit
IntroductionofRevit.
AdvantagesofRevitoverAutoCAD.
Learningvarious2D&3DCommandssupportedwithsuitableexercise.
BasicworkingcommandsforAdobePhotoshop,AdobePagemakerandCorelDrawasapplicationshelpful
inArchitecturalpresentations.

YEARTHREESEMESTERSIX

BARC0601:ARCHITECTURALDESIGNVI
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OBJECTIVES:
Exploringanddesigningstructuralspanningsystemsfordifferentrequirements.
Todevelopsensitivitytobuildingbylaws.Tounderstandvariedstructuralbuildingsystems
Todevelopunderstandingabouthowtodesigninanurbansetting.

METHODOLOGY:
Casestudiestobeclubbedwithlibraryresearchandlivesurveys
Siterestrictionsshouldbeimposedinframingdesignproblems.
Detailed models to be generated with key submissions to communicate details of parking, landscaping
and elevation features. Perspectives and sketches to be included in all key submissions for the
developmentofcommunicationskills.

CONTENTS:

Onecomplexdesignproblem
Theprojectwouldinvolvethestudyanddesignofamultistoriedbuildinglikeofficebuilding,shoppingmall,
hotel,collegeandhostel,commercialcomplex,smallhospitaletc.Thefocuswouldbeonunderstandinghow
todesignforanurbansetting.Otherdesignissuesare:

Detailingofcirculationareaslikelifts,staircasesetc.todevelopsensitivitytohorizontalaswellasvertical
circulationrequirementsinamultistorybuilding.
Integrationofdesignwithstructuralandconstructiondetails.Forthis,theprojectshouldbeintegrated
with the structures and building construction classes. One set of detailed working drawings must be
generatedattheendofthedesignprocess.

BARC0602:BUILDINGCONSTRUCTION&MATERIALSVI

INTENT:Introductiontoawiderangeofmodernbuildingconstructionsystemsincorporatingtheuseofmetalslike
steelandaluminiumandcompositematerials.

METHODOLOGY:
LecturesandStudioassignmentsforunderstandingconstructiondetails.
Site visits and library studies to supplement the studio work regarding materials and construction
methods.

CONTENTS:
Construction
RoofsandTrusses:SteelTrusses.
Detailofterracingforflatroofs.
Waterproofingandrainwaterdisposal.

Materials
Metals used in buildings: Properties constituents and uses of cast iron, Wrought iron, Steel, Stainless
Steel,Bronze,AluminiumandCopper.
Hotrolledsections,coldformingofsheetsintosections.
MaterialsforTerracing:MudphaskaandBrickTilesandothernewsystemsforterracing.
CommonsectionsinBrassandAluminium.
PipesinMildSteel,Stainlesssteel,castiron,brassandcopper.

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BARC0603:TOWNPLANNING

OBJECTIVE:Introductiontosettlementandtownplanning.

METHODOLOGY:Lecturesandseminarpresentations.

CONTENTS:

Pioneersofmoderntownplanning
PatrickGeddes
KevinLynch
ClarencePerry
FrankLloydWright
EbenezerHoward
LeCorbusier
SoriaYMata

Cityplanpatterns
Linear,RadialandGridIronlayoutpatterns.
Planningtheoriesofthetwentiethcentury.
Industrialrevolutionandmoderncity.
GardenCity,Satellitetown.
Democraticcity.

CasestudiesofsomerecentplannedcitieslikeNewDelhi,Canberra,Brazillia,Chandigarh.

Currenttheoriesonphysicalplanning.
Socioeconomicdynamicsofurbanization.

Methodologyofconductingtownplanning,surveysandanalysisofdatacollected,useofG.I.S.
PreparationofMasterplans.
Zoninganddevelopmentcontrols.

TrafficCharacteristics
Composition,speed,volumeanddirectionofmovement.
Urbanroadsystemsandgeometry.
Capacityofroadsandintersections.

BARC0604:STRUCTURESVI

OBJECTIVE: To understand the design elements of Reinforced Cement Concrete, Steel structures along with soil
mechanicsandfoundationengineering

METHODOLOGY:Lecturesandexercisesinindependentdesignofstructuralelements.

CONTENTS:

Theory&DesignofCantileverRetainingwalls.

Designofstairs
Effectivespanofstairs

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DistributionofLoadingonstairs
Simplecaseofdesignofstairs.
SteelStructures
DesignofRiveted&weldedconnections(Simplecasesonly).
Tension&Compressionmembers.
Beam&Plate,Girder
Introductiontogrillagefoundation.
Trusses

BARC0605:HOUSING

INTENT:Tounderstandthefundamentalsofhousingdesign

METHODOLOGY:Lecturesandexercises

Content:
IntroductiontoHousing
Definitionofhouseandhousing.HousinganditsimportanceinArchitecture;Housinganditsrelationshipwith
neighborhoodandcityplan.
HousingDesignandSitePlanning;
Typeofnewdwellingstructures
Housedetached,semidetached.
Flatsandmultistoriedclassificationaccordingtothetypeofaccesscorridor,gallery,directgrouped,combination
oftheseaccesstypes.Definitionofeachoftheabovetypes,theirsuitability,advantages,disadvantagesandsocial,
economicandaestheticimplications.
Selectionofsiteforthehousing.
Considerationsofphysicalcharacteristicsofsite,locationfactors,legalandfinancialfactors,communityand
neighborhoodfactors.
Importanceoforientationandtopographyinhousingdesign.
Orientation:definition,choiceofndirectionandfactorstobeconsidered,sunlight,spacingofblocks.
Topography:Problemsinherentinsteeplyslopingsiteseconomicandaestheticimplicationsofthebuildingalong
andagainstthecontours,silhouetteproblemsonaslopingsite.
Landscapingandtopography;effectsofplantationinthebackgroundandfrontofbuildingsonaslopingsite
Subdivisiontechniques;proportionsofplotsandneedofroads.Garagesandparkingareas,conservationof
beautyspots.Accesstotheresidenceandresidebntialcolonyfromroads.Roadsections.Roadsinresidential
areas.

BARC0606:BUILDINGECONOMICS

INTENT:Tounderstandtheeconomicprinciplesassociatedwithbuildingdesign

METHODOLOGY:Lecturesandexercises

CONTENTS:

BuildingEconomics:
1. ElementsofEconomics:AnideaoffundamentalconceptsofeconomicsScienceandtheirapplicationin
industry.
2. MicroEconomics:FactorofproductionCharacteristicsandimportance,demandsupplyanalysis,
competitivemarketanddetermination.

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3. MicroEconomics:Nationalincomeanditsdistribution,inequalitiesofincomedistribution,itscausesand
measures,
4. MoneyandBanking:Meaningandfunctionofmoney,valueofmoneyanditsfunctions.Typesand
functionsofbanksinIndia,CentralBankinginIndia,Bankfinancingandindustry,ForeignTrade
Implicationofcurrencydevaluation.
5. EconomicdevelopmentofIndia:CharactericsofIndianEconomy,industrialresourcesinIndia,poverty
andthemeasurestoovercomeit,EconomicplanninginIndia,BoardfeaturesofIndiasFiveYearplans.


BARC0607:CAADLAB

OBJECTIVE:Advancedlearningofsoftwareavailableforarchitecturalapplications.

METHODOLOGY:Integrationofpracticalexercisesalongwiththedesignstudioproject.

CONTENTS:

MAX
UnderstandingCoordinatesystems.
Introductionofsolidmodeling.
Learningsolidmodelingcommands,editingsolidmodeling.
Workingondifferentplanes.
Atleastoneexerciseshouldbecompletedin3Dmodeling.

ARCHICAD
IntroductionofARCHICAD
AdvantagesofARCHICAD.
Learningvarious2D&3DCommandssupportedwithsuitableexercise.

BARC0608:SEMINARI

INTENT:Toequipthestudentswiththeartofpaperpresentationsandpreparationofreport.
METHODOLOGY:Thestudentswillbepreparingpaperpresentationswithguidanceunderafacultyforthepaper
presentation.

CONTENTS:

Independentstudyanddocumentationofarchitecturalandalliedsubjectsbyindividualstudentalongwithoraland
visualpresentation.

TheseminarshallbearesearchpaperonacurrenttopicrelatedtoArchitecture.Theoverallsupervisionshallbe
donebytheseminarcoordinatorandtheindividualguidancemaybeprovidedbytheexpertsinthesubject.

YEARFOURSEMESTERSEVEN

BARC0701:ARCHITECTURALDESIGNVI

INTENT:

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Y E A R 4 (Semester VII)

CREDIT
CLASSES S EXAM
HOUR
CODE SUBJECT L T/ ST WR VV TOT S

BARC-0701 DESIGN VII 2 4 WR VV 100 3 6

BUILDING MATERIALS &


BARC-0702 CONSTRUCTION VII 2 4 WR VV 100 2 3

BARC-0703 URBAN AND RURAL PLANNING 2 4 WR - 100 1 3

BARC-0704 STRUCTURE- VII 2 - WR - 100 1 3

BARC-0705 LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE 1 3 WR VV 100 1 3

BARC-0706 PROJECT MANAGEMENT 2 - WR - 100 1 3

BARC-0707 BEHAVORIAL PSCYCHOLOGY 2 - WR - 100 0.5 3

BARC-0708 SEMINAR-II - 2 - VV 100 0.5 _

TOTAL 13 17 10 _

YEAR 4 (Semester VIII)



CREDIT
CLASSES S
TO EXAM
CODE SUBJECT L T/ ST IA VV T HOURS

BARC-0801 ARCHITECTURAL TRAINING - - IA VV 100 10 -

TOTAL - - - 10 -

YEAR 5 (Semester IX)


CREDIT
CLASSES S
EXAM
CODE SUBJECT L T/ ST WR VV TOT HOURS

BARC-0901 DESIGN -VIII 2 4 WR VV 100 3 6

ADVANCED BUILDING
BARC-0902 TECHNOLOGY 2 4 WR VV 100 2 3

BARC-0903 ECOLOGY & ENVIORONMENT 2 2 WR _ 100 1 3

BARC-0904 ADVANCED STRUCTURES 2 - WR _ 100 1 3

BARC-0905 ELECTIVE-I 1 3 WR _ 100 1 3

BARC-0906 ELECTIVE-I 1 3 WR _ 100 1 3

BARC-0907 SEMINAR- III 3 - VV 100 1 _

TOTAL 10 19 10 _

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3. MicroEconomics:Nationalincomeanditsdistribution,inequalitiesofincomedistribution,itscausesand
measures,
4. MoneyandBanking:Meaningandfunctionofmoney,valueofmoneyanditsfunctions.Typesand
functionsofbanksinIndia,CentralBankinginIndia,Bankfinancingandindustry,ForeignTrade
Implicationofcurrencydevaluation.
5. EconomicdevelopmentofIndia:CharactericsofIndianEconomy,industrialresourcesinIndia,poverty
andthemeasurestoovercomeit,EconomicplanninginIndia,BoardfeaturesofIndiasFiveYearplans.


BARC0607:CAADLAB

OBJECTIVE:Advancedlearningofsoftwareavailableforarchitecturalapplications.

METHODOLOGY:Integrationofpracticalexercisesalongwiththedesignstudioproject.

CONTENTS:

MAX
UnderstandingCoordinatesystems.
Introductionofsolidmodeling.
Learningsolidmodelingcommands,editingsolidmodeling.
Workingondifferentplanes.
Atleastoneexerciseshouldbecompletedin3Dmodeling.

ARCHICAD
IntroductionofARCHICAD
AdvantagesofARCHICAD.
Learningvarious2D&3DCommandssupportedwithsuitableexercise.

BARC0608:SEMINARI

INTENT:Toequipthestudentswiththeartofpaperpresentationsandpreparationofreport.
METHODOLOGY:Thestudentswillbepreparingpaperpresentationswithguidanceunderafacultyforthepaper
presentation.

CONTENTS:

Independentstudyanddocumentationofarchitecturalandalliedsubjectsbyindividualstudentalongwithoraland
visualpresentation.

TheseminarshallbearesearchpaperonacurrenttopicrelatedtoArchitecture.Theoverallsupervisionshallbe
donebytheseminarcoordinatorandtheindividualguidancemaybeprovidedbytheexpertsinthesubject.

YEARFOURSEMESTERSEVEN

BARC0701:ARCHITECTURALDESIGNVI

INTENT:

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Integrationofallaspectsaboutabuildingdesignanditsworkingsincludingservicedetails,assessmentof
environmentalimpact,innovativestructuralsystemsandmaterialsetc.
Evolvingsensitivitytodesignofspacesattheurbanscalecreationofnodesandlinks,visuallandmarks,
activityandinteractionzones,relationshipbetweencommercial,recreationalandresidentialareas.

METHODOLOGY:
Sitestudiestobecarriedoutonalargerscaletoanalyzeimplicationsoftheentirecontextwithinwhich
theprojectistobeexecuted.
Largescalemodelstobeusedforassessingsiteconditionsandrestrictions.
Designprocesstoincorporatepaneldiscussionandseminarpresentations.
Presentationstobemadeusing3Dvisualization.

CONTENTS:

GroupHousing
Oneprojectwouldaddressthesolutiontoalargescalemultistoryprojectlikegrouphousing,commercial
complex etc. Design proposals should study and address issues like movement of people and traffic,
services, waste disposal management through detailed case studies. Sensitivity to use of materials,
lighting,landscapeandservicesmustbeapartofthesolution.

Theprojectcouldalsofocusonthedesignforeconomicallyweakersectionslumupgradationprojects,
site and services schemes etc. In such projects the focus would be on devising economically viable
alternativebuildingmaterials,structuralsystemsandserviceoptions.

BARC0702:BUILDINGCONSTRUCTION&MATERIALSVII

OBJECTIVE: Introduction to construction details of specialized building elements like skylights, soundproof
paneling,precastandprestressedconcreteelementsetc.

METHODOLOGY:
LecturesandStudioassignmentsforunderstandingconstructiondetails.
Site visits and library studies to supplement the studio work regarding materials and construction
methods.

CONTENTS:
Construction:
DoorsandWindows:Soundproofdoors,Baywindows,Skylights.
Foundations:Pilefoundationdetailsofpile,pilecapsandtypesofpiles.
Partitions:Constructionanddetailsofglazed,lightweightandsoundproofpartitionsandsoftpaneling.
PrecastandPrestressedandposttensioningofconcretemembers.
Modularconstruction.

Materials:
Study of various patent materials of construction available under different trade names with their
specifications,propertiesanduseslikeVineertex,Marblex,Fixopan,AnchorBoards,Novapanetc.


BARC0703:URBANDESIGN

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INTENT:Tofamiliarizestudentswiththeaspectsofurbandesignandtogivetheintroductoryknowledgeabout
theurbandesign.

METHODOLOGY:
Thecoursewillbeconductedthroughlectures,studioassignments.
Sitestudiestobecarriedoutonalargerscaletoanalyzetheaspectsofurbandesign

CONTENT:

INTRODUCTION:Meaning,scopeandpurposeofUrbandesign.
UnderstandingofdifferentiationofArchitecture,Urbandesign&planning.
PrinciplesofUrbandesign.
Introductiontoanalyticaltechniquesinurbandesign.
Surveytechniquesinurbandesign.
Urbandesignregulationsandcontrols.
Comprehensiveroleofurbandesigninplanningprocess.

BARC0704:STRUCTURESVII

OBJECTIVE:Tounderstandthemoderntrendsandchallengesinbuildingstructuralsystems.

METHODOLOGY:Lecturesbytheexpertsinthefieldwillbearrangedtomakethestudentstounderstandadvance
structuretechniquesavailableforconstructionofcomplexstructures.

CONTENTS:

Earthquakeresistantdesign
ElementsofEarthquakeEngineering,zoning,baseshear,Lateralforces,Ductiledetailing
Introductiontonewcodes.

IntroductiontoComputerAidedStructuralDesign
DemoofpracticalproblemsusingSTAAD

BARC0705:LANDSCAPEARCHITECTURE

INTENT:
Introductiontotheroleoflandscapeelementsinarchitecturaldesign.
Impactsoflandscapeelementsonenvironment.

METHODOLOGY:LandscapedesignworkshallbeconductedaspartofArchitecturalDesignStudio.

CONTENTS:

BasicelementsofLandscape
Land
Water
Vegetation

Studyanddetailingofhardandsoftlandscape

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Servicesrelatedtolandscape:
Plumbing
Electrical
Sewagemanagement
Watersupply

PlantMaterial:AstudyofIndianvegetation,itscharacteristicsanddesignaspects
Trees
Shrubs
Groundcover
Indoorplants

GradingandSlopes

LandscapeDesignConceptsof
Europe
Japan
India
China
Renaissance

BARC0706:PROJECTMANAGEMENT

INTENT:Toequipstudentswithbasicmanagementtechniquesneededforofficeandprojectmanagement.

METHODOLOGY:Lectures.

CONTENTS:

Managementandtheenvironment
Evolutionofmanagementthought.
Managinginaglobalenvironment.
Socialandethicalresponsibilityofmanagement.

Managingworkandorganization
Decisionmakingandtheplanningfunctionsincludingstrategicplanning.
Theorganizationfunction,thecontrollingfunction.

Managingpeople
Humanresourcemanagementmanagingworkgroups.
Leadership:motivation:communicationandnegotiations.
Organizationchangeanddevelopment.

Financialmanagement
Functionsoffinancialmanagement.
Financialobjectives,analysisandinterpretationoffinancialinformation.
Sourcesoflongtermandshorttermfinance.
Projectappraisalandcapitalbudgeting.

Officemanagementandprocedure
Organizingwork,staffing,delegationanddecentralization.
FilingandIndexing.

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ITapplicationinofficemanagementandprocedure.
EnterpriseResourcesPlanning(ERP).
CustomerRelationshipManagement(CRM).
Customersatisfaction,QualityandExcellence.

Entrepreneurship
Theentrepreneurstasksandspecialchallengesofentrepreneurship.
Designofficemanagement
Constructionmanagement.

Reference:
Donelly,GibsonandIvancevich,FundamentalsofManagementEd.Irwin.
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HellriegelandSlocum,Management,7 ed.SouthWesternCollegePublishing.
Anderson,CustomerRelationshipManagement,TataMcGrawHill.
Hampton,Management,TataMcGrawHill.

BARC0707:BEHAVOURIALPSCYCHOLOGY

INTENT:Toequipstudentswithbasicstudyofhumanbehavior
METHODOLOGY:Lecturesandexercises.

CONTENTS:

ManEnvironmentrelationship:Positiveandnormativetheories.BehavioralScienceandmodemmovement.
SubstantivetheoryonEnvironmentandhumanbehavior,SocialStimulationandinteraction,theaffordancesofthe
builtEnvironment,GestalttheoryofPerceptionCognitionandeffect,Spatialbehavior.Environmental
Determinism,EnvironmentalpossibilismandEnvironmentalprobabilismConce3ptofFitadoptabilityand
flexibility.AnthropometriesandErgonometric,BarrierfreeEnvironmentaldesign.Territoriality.Defensiblespace,
SocialspacetheWestgatetheory,BehavioralconceptsinNeighborhoodandUrbanDesign.Speculativeaesthetics
andsymbolicaesthetics.SemanticandSemonticapproaches.ContemporarySociophysicalissuesinEnvironmental
design.

BARC0708:SEMINARII

INTENT:Toequipthestudentswiththeartofpaperpresentationsandpreparationofreport.
METHODOLOGY:Thestudentswillbepreparingpaperpresentationswithguidanceunderafacultyforthepaper
presentation.

CONTENTS:
Independentstudyanddocumentationofarchitecturalandalliedsubjectsbyindividualstudentalongwithoraland
visualpresentation.

TheseminarshallbearesearchpaperonacurrenttopicrelatedtoArchitecture.Theoverallsupervisionshallbe
donebytheseminarcoordinatorandtheindividualguidancemaybeprovidedbytheexpertsinthesubject.

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YEARFOURSEMESTEREIGHT

BARC0801:TRAINING

Each student shall have to undergo Professional Training for a period of at least 16 Weeks in an
establishmentapprovedbytheclasscoordinatorandProf.Incharge.Thepracticaltrainingwillcommence
duringtheVIIIsemesterafterpassingtheVIIendsemesterexams.

AstudentwillberequiredtosubmitaperformancereportfromtheArchitectunderwhomtrainingwas
completedaswellasadetailedreportontheworkcarriedoutbyhimduringthetraining.

TheInternalassessmentmarksforthepracticaltrainingwillbeawardedtoeachstudentbytheProf.in
charge in consultation with the course coordinator on the basis of; The performance report from the
Architectunderwhomthetrainingwascarriedout.

Ontheassessmentofthereportofworksrenderedbythestudentduringthetraining.TheexternalJury
willawardthemarksforthepracticaltrainingonthebasisofVivavoceexaminationofthestudentonthe
workrenderedbythestudentduringtraining.

YEARFIVESEMESTERNINE

BARC0901:ARCHITECTURALDESIGNVI

OBJECTIVES:
Integrationofallaspectsaboutabuildingdesignanditsworkingsincludingservicedetails,assessmentof
environmentalimpact,innovativestructuralsystemsandmaterialsetc.
Evolvingsensitivitytodesignofspacesattheurbanscalecreationofnodesandlinks,visuallandmarks,
activityandinteractionzones,relationshipbetweencommercial,recreationalandresidentialareas.

METHODOLOGY:
Sitestudiestobecarriedoutonalargerscaletoanalyzeimplicationsoftheentirecontextwithinwhich
theprojectistobeexecuted.
Largescalemodelstobeusedforassessingsiteconditionsandrestrictions.
Designprocesstoincorporatepaneldiscussionandseminarpresentations.
Presentationstobemadeusing3Dvisualization.

CONTENTS:

UrbanDesign
ThedesignproblemofUrbandesignscaleistobeintroduced,example;RedesigningofexistingUrbanareaby
studyingandidentifyingtheproblemsassociatedwithit.Theprojectwouldbeamediumsizedurbandesign
intervention.

Thedesignsolutionwouldaddressissueslikedemography,marketvalue,landusepatternsetc.Otherdesign
issuesarethedetailingofopenandbuiltareasafterstudyinghumanandvehiculartrafficmovementpatterns.
Theprojectshouldbesubstantiatedbydetailedsitesurveysandreadingabouturbandesignprinciples.Study
modelsmustaccompanyeverystage.

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BARC0902:ADVANCEDBUILDINGTECHNOLOGY

INTENT:Tofamiliarizethestudentswiththevariousadvancedconstructionmethodsandtechnology.

METHODOLOGY:
LecturesandStudioassignmentsforunderstandingconstructiondetails.
Site visits and library studies to supplement the studio work regarding materials and construction
methods.

CONTENTS:
Introductionofprestressing,prefabricationandsystemsbuilding.Jointing,tolerancesandmodularcoordination.
Massproduction,transportation,storageandhandlingofmaterials.Characteristics,performancesandapplication
ofmechanizedconstructionequipments.Advancedconstructiontechniques.

BARC0903:ECOLOGYANDENVIORNMENT

INTENT:Tofamiliarizestudentswiththeconceptsofecologyanditsimportanceinarchitecture

METHODOLOGY:Thesubjectwillbetaughtthroughlectures,exercisesandassignments.

Introduction

Meaningandscopeofecology;evolutionofecology;man,environmentandecosystem;componentsofnatureand
basisconceptsandprocessesofecology;flowofmaterialwaterenergy,invasion,succession,predation,regulatory
forces,adaptation,trophiclevels,foodchain,foodweb,ecologicalpyramids;Environmentalzones.

EcosystemanditsRelevancetoEnvironment

Resourcesandhumansettlementsimpactofadvancedagriculturalmethods,urbanizationandindustrializationon
nature; urban ecosystem approach evolution and significance; soil, water, land, vegetation and solar, biomas,
wind,hydroenergyresources;settlementplanningandenergyconservation;developmentandmanagement

QuantitativeEcology

Introduction to quantitative ecology, identification of ecological parameters for planning at different levels; site
planning,settlementplanningandregionalplanning;dataneedsandformatfordatacollection;typesofanalysis
requiredtoevolveecologicalparameters.Planningforenvironmentallysensitiveareas.

EnvironmentalImpactStudies

EIA meaning, significance and framework; Methodologies checklist,matrices, network and social costbenefit
analysis;sourcesandacquisitionofenvironmentalinformation;Environmentallanduseclassification;Environment
impactstudiesofdevelopmentprojects.

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EnvironmentalPolicies

Globalandnationalpoliciesonenvironment;Fiveyearplansinrelationtoenvironmentalaspects;Legalmeasure
forprotectionofenvironment;EnvironmentalawarenessandeducationinIndia;Agenciesinvolvedinenvironment
protection;Publicparticipation;Roleofplannersinshapingthefutureenvironment

BARC0904:ADVANCEDSTRUCTURE

OBJECTIVE:Tounderstandthemoderntrendsandchallengesinbuildingstructuralsystems.

METHODOLOGY:Lecturesbytheexpertsinthefieldwillbearrangedtomakethestudentstounderstandadvance
structuretechniquesavailableforconstructionofcomplexstructures.

CONTENTS:

TheoryofDomes,Shells&FoldedPlates.(Followingsystemsandtechniquesaretobeunderstoodconceptually.
Calculations/Designforthesetechniquesandsystemsarenotexpected.)
SynthesisofforcesystemstocreateStructuralsystem.
VectorActive,SurfaceActiveandBulkActivesystems.
TheoryofFoldedPlates,Domes,Shell,Vault.
SpaceFrame,FlatSlabs,HollowFloor.
PortalFrame,CablesandSuspensionStructures.
StructureSystemforSeismicZone
InflatableStructure

BARC0905:ELECTIVEI

INTENT:TofamiliarizestudentswiththevariousalliedsubjectsofArchitecture.

METHODOLOGY:Thestudentswillchoosefromthelistofelectivesanyonesubjectoftheirchoicetodoanin
depthstudyoftheselectedtopic

ListofElectivesforElectiveI&II

1 Energyefficientdesign.
2 RealEstatevaluation.
3 LowcostBuildingTechniques.
4 BarrierfreeEnvironment.
5 ArchitecturalConservationTechniques.
6 VastuShastra
7 BuildingAutomationandManagementsystem.
8 AdvancedtheoryofArchitecture&Researchmethodology.
9 SustainableArchitecture
10 EnergyConsciousArchitecture
11 IntelligentBuildings
12 ModularCoordination

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BARC0906:ELECTIVEII

INTENT:TofamiliarizestudentswiththevariousalliedsubjectsofArchitecture.

METHODOLOGY:Thestudentswillchoosefromthelistofelectivesanyonesubjectoftheirchoicetodoanin
depthstudyoftheselectedtopic

ListofElectivesforElectiveI&II

1 Energyefficientdesign.
2 RealEstatevaluation.
3 LowcostBuildingTechniques.
4 BarrierfreeEnvironment.
5 ArchitecturalConservationTechniques.
6 VastuShastra
7 BuildingAutomationandManagementsystem.
8 AdvancedtheoryofArchitecture&Researchmethodology.
9 SustainableArchitecture
10 EnergyConsciousArchitecture
11 IntelligentBuildings
12 ModularCoordination

BARC0907:SEMINARIII

INTENT:Toequipthestudentswiththeartofpaperpresentationsandpreparationofreport.
METHODOLOGY:Thestudentswillbepreparingpaperpresentationswithguidanceunderafacultyforthepaper
presentation.

CONTENTS:

Independentstudyanddocumentationofarchitecturalandalliedsubjectsbyindividualstudentalongwithoraland
visualpresentation.

TheseminarshallbearesearchpaperonacurrenttopicrelatedtoArchitecture.Theoverallsupervisionshallbe
donebytheseminarcoordinatorandtheindividualguidancemaybeprovidedbytheexpertsinthesubjects.

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Y E A R 4 (Semester VII)

CREDIT
CLASSES S EXAM
HOUR
CODE SUBJECT L T/ ST WR VV TOT S

BARC-0701 DESIGN VII 2 4 WR VV 100 3 6

BUILDING MATERIALS &


BARC-0702 CONSTRUCTION VII 2 4 WR VV 100 2 3

BARC-0703 URBAN AND RURAL PLANNING 2 4 WR - 100 1 3

BARC-0704 STRUCTURE- VII 2 - WR - 100 1 3

BARC-0705 LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE 1 3 WR VV 100 1 3

BARC-0706 PROJECT MANAGEMENT 2 - WR - 100 1 3

BARC-0707 BEHAVORIAL PSCYCHOLOGY 2 - WR - 100 0.5 3

BARC-0708 SEMINAR-II - 2 - VV 100 0.5 _

TOTAL 13 17 10 _

YEAR 4 (Semester VIII)



CREDIT
CLASSES S
TO EXAM
CODE SUBJECT L T/ ST IA VV T HOURS

BARC-0801 ARCHITECTURAL TRAINING - - IA VV 100 10 -

TOTAL - - - 10 -

YEAR 5 (Semester IX)


CREDIT
CLASSES S
EXAM
CODE SUBJECT L T/ ST WR VV TOT HOURS

BARC-0901 DESIGN -VIII 2 4 WR VV 100 3 6

ADVANCED BUILDING
BARC-0902 TECHNOLOGY 2 4 WR VV 100 2 3

BARC-0903 ECOLOGY & ENVIORONMENT 2 2 WR _ 100 1 3

BARC-0904 ADVANCED STRUCTURES 2 - WR _ 100 1 3

BARC-0905 ELECTIVE-I 1 3 WR _ 100 1 3

BARC-0906 ELECTIVE-I 1 3 WR _ 100 1 3

BARC-0907 SEMINAR- III 3 - VV 100 1 _

TOTAL 10 19 10 _

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Y E A R 5 (Semester X)

CLASSES
CRED EXAM
CODE SUBJECT L T/ ST WR VV TOT ITS HRS

BARC1001 DESIGN THESIS - 6 - VV 100 6 _

BARC1002 PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE-I 2 - WR - 100 1 3

3
BARC1003 VALUATION AND ARBITRATION 2 - WR - 100 1

BARC1004 SEMINAR-IV - 2 - VV 100 2 _

TOTAL 4 8 10 _
NOTATIONS: LLECTURES TTHEORY STSTUDIO WRWRITTEN VVVIVAVOCE

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YEARFIVESEMESTERTEN

BARC1001:THESIS

INTENT:Thesisprojectsmustreflecttheculminationofthedevelopmentofthestudentsarchitecturalskillsand
designattitude.Theprojectmustbechosensoastoaddressandresolve,throughdesign,allaspectsofthedesign
process.

METHODOLOGY: The student must submit to the department the synopsis of at least two different
design/research projects for approval out of which one would be selected depending on its merit for scope of
designinterventionanditsscale.

Aguidetosupervisethestudieswillbeappointedbytheheadforeachstudent.Regularprogressinstudiowillbe
monitored and internal assessment will be carried in six stages during the exercise, each stage will have a
presentationtotheinternaljuryforthesis.

Thestagesubmissionsmustbebasedandsupportedbydetailedanalyticalstudiesthatlaydownthevalidityofthe
designcriteriaanddetailedmethodology.Thefollowingarethebasicguidelinesfortheplanningthethesisdesign
projectanditssubmissions:

1. Detailedsitestudyofexistingsiteconditionsandcontextandevolvingdesigndirectivesandconcept.
2. Casestudiestobeclubbedwithlibraryresearchandsurveys.
3. Siterestrictionsshouldbefollowedasapplicableforbuildingbyelawsofparking,FAR,fire,securityand
services.
4. Initialconceptstagetoexperimentwithshapesandformstoevolveabuiltvolumethroughblockmodel
studies.
5. Incorporatinglandscapetounderstandinteractionbetweenbuiltandopenspace.
6. Studyandaddressissueslikemovementofpeopleandtraffic,services,wastedisposalmanagementetc.
7. Developdetailsforuseofmaterials,lighting,landscapeandservices.
8. Final proposal to include specialized aspects of service details, assessment of environmental impact,
innovativestructuralsystemsandmaterialsetc.

Inspecialcasesdependinguponpastachievementsandaptitude,theinstitutemayallowaresearchprojecttobe
undertakeninlieuofadesignproject.

SCOPEOFSTUDY
The projects chosen could vary in scale from small individual buildings to large complexes to urban design
intervention.Theprojectshouldbesuchthatithighlightsthestudentsindividualinnovationinthearchitectural
designprocess.

BARC1002:PROFESSIONALPRACTICE
OBJECTIVE: To introduce aspects of professional conduct, duties and responsibilities and legal rights and
proceduresofthearchitecturalprofession.

METHODOLOGY:Lectures.

CONTENTS:
ArchitecturalProfessiontoday
RegistrationunderArchitectAct1972.
MainprovisionofArchitectsAct,AICTEAct.
Architectsroleinsocietyandcareersinarchitecturalprofession.
Architectsinpracticeandhisofficeorganization.
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BasicAccountKeepingandpreparationofBalanceSheet.
ScaleofProfessionalfees,modeofpayment,Professionalconductandethics.
IndianInstituteofArchitects
ItsroleasaprofessionalbodyforpromotionandregulationoftheArchitecturalprofessionandassisting
itsmembers,ARCASIA(ArchitectsRegionalCongressofAsia),CommonwealthArchitectsAssociation,UIA
(UnionInternationaldesArchitects).
Lawrelatedtotheprofession
IntroductionoffollowingActs:Contracts,Arbitration,Environmental,ConsumerProtection,Negotiable
Instrument,Easement,Partnership.
IncomeTax,ServiceTax,ProfessionalTax.
TenderandContracts
Typesofbuildingcontracts,theirmeritsanddemerits.
Preparationoftenderdocuments,invitingandopeningoftenders,comparativestatements.
Architectsrecommendations.
Signingofthecontract.
ArchitecturalCompetitions.
Valuation
RoleofArchitectasanEvaluator.
Generalprinciplesandmethodsofevaluationofbuildings.

Arbitration:RoleofanArchitectasanArbitrator.
IntroductiontoagenciesrelatedtoArchitecturalProfession
HUDCO,DevelopmentAuthority,TCPOetc.
HousingfinancingAgencies:HDFC,Banks,LIC,HUDCOetc.

BARC1003:VALUATIONANDARBITRATION:

INTENT:Tofamiliarizestudentswiththeaspectsofvaluationandarbitration.

METHODOLOGY:Thecoursewillbeconductedthroughlecturesandpracticalexamplesofthecasesofvaluation
andarbitrations.

Contents:
Valuation
Introduction:
Techniquesofvaluation,elementsofvaluationandfactorsaffectingvaluation.
Methods
Valuationoflandedpropertiesandbuildingproperty,rateofinterestforsale,purchase,mortgage,capitalgains,
taxes,estatedutiesanddeathduty.
Compensation:
Valuationforcompensationonacquisition,compensationundercentralandstatelegislation,relevanceoftown
planningact.
TypesofValuation:
Valuationforrenewaloflease/extensionoflease,standardrent,easementrights,dilapidation,insurance,estate
developmentandadviceofinvestmentpolicy.
Report:
Preparationoffeasibilityreport,valuationreport,awardsetc.

Arbitration

Introduction:
Arbitration,arbitrators,umpire,natureofarbitration.Appointmentconduct,powersanddutiesofarbitratorsand
umpire.

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Procedure:
Procedureofarbitration,preparationandpublicationofawards.Impeachment.
Claims:
Fireinsuranceandarbitrationofinsurablevalue.Claimsanddamages.
Injunctions:
Easementanditsdefinition.Featuresofeasements,interim,permanentandmandatoryinjunctions.

BARC0907:SEMINARIV

INTENT:Toequipthestudentswiththeartofpaperpresentationsandpreparationofreport.
METHODOLOGY:Thestudentswillbepreparingpaperpresentationswithguidanceunderafacultyforthepaper
presentation.

CONTENTS:

Independentstudyanddocumentationofarchitecturalandalliedsubjectsbyindividualstudentalongwithoraland
visualpresentation.

TheseminarshallbearesearchpaperonacurrenttopicrelatedtoArchitecture.Theoverallsupervisionshallbe
donebytheseminarcoordinatorandtheindividualguidancemaybeprovidedbytheexpertsinthesubjects.

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