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    Details about B.Arch? What is the career and job prospects after this course?

    Dear sir,

    How is the current future of the students who are opting B.arch as their career ?





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    karthi keyan
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    Re: Details about B.Arch? What is the career and job prospects after this course?

    b.arch is nothing but the architecture. it is called the king of civil.you can select this you will having the best opportunites in the all over world. you are interested in designing you can select it. for many of the inner divisions are available for this course.best of luck of your ambition....




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    Bachelor of architecture is an undergraduate academic degree designed to satisfy the academic component of professional accrediatation bodies.It is a 5 years course.Eligiblity is that a candidate must be class 12 pass in pcm with min.60 percent marks.This course have vast scope,this is one of the best course.

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    b.arch is most required
    u are choosing right option
    just go ahead
    job pases bst with a package with 8lakh/@

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    Re: Details about B.Arch? What is the career and job prospects after this course?

    The Bachelor of Architecture (B.Arch.) is an undergraduate academic degree
    designed for students who take Architecture course and become archtects.
    Architects work closely with other members of the construction industry including engineers,
    builders, surveyors, local authority planners and building control officers.
    Architects may be involved in all phases of building and construction development, from the initial discussion to final construction.
    Their duties demand a variety of skills like designing, engineering, managerial and supervisory.
    B-Arch is a 5 year course.
    The eligibility for this course is PCM (Physics, Chemistry and Maths) at the 10+2 level.
    The admissions are usually on the basis of entrance test.
    However the job prospects for architects are less then for Civil engineers.

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    B.Arch is an engineering course and it is a good course
    it has a lot of demand so it is best to do B.Arch........
    there is a lot of career and job prospects you easily became an architect it is very useful for you
    about all companies required architect so you can easily get job.........

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    b.arch is goob branch in engineering it has alot of scope in future to get job .this group deals with architecture and designings of buildings and flyovers,multiflux

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    B.Arch is different from civil engineering. B.Arch is the study of how to design for the construction considering all its practical implications. Where as civil engineering is the effective implementation of the same. During its every design, the B.Arch engineer should always consult with the civil engineer about all its practical difficulties. There are wide scopes for these in the future, since there will be a huge infrastructure development in the future. Without proper design, no building would enter into construction. Hence I conclude that, there would be a wide scope for these engineers.

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    there are many jobs in this field your future will be good if you choose this

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    Re: Details about B.Arch? What is the career and job prospects after this course?

    The Bachelor of Architecture (B.Arch.) is an undergraduate academic degree
    designed for students who take Architecture course and become archtects.
    Architects work closely with other members of the construction industry including engineers,
    builders, surveyors, local authority planners and building control officers.

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    what entrance exam i should write to study b.arch and in what way i should prepare for that test(syllabus)?

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    wich is da best Barch college of uttarpradesh

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    which is da best college of Barch in uttar
    pradesh?

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    Howmuch of fees for B.Arch course?

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    Re: Details about B.Arch? What is the career and job prospects after this course?

    hi,,

    if you want the bettor career so you following instruction are useful

    >>Architects work closely with other members of the construction industry including engineers,

    >>builders, surveyors, local authority planners and building control officers.

    >>Architects may be involved in all phases of building and construction development, from the initial discussion to final construction.

    >>Their duties demand a variety of skills like designing, engineering, managerial and supervisory.

    >>B-Arch is a 5 year course.

    >>The eligibility for this course is PCM (Physics, Chemistry and Maths) at the 10+2 level.

    I hope this information are useful

    That's it

    ALL THE BEST

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    Is b.arch is better career option for girls?

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    if we had any grip on architecture i mean to join? i didnt had any grip on design

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    know I am studing 11th .I interested to study b.arch.I want more details about b.arch

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    Re: Details about B.Arch? What is the career and job prospects after this course?

    Hello friends .......................

    In order to get admission in various institutes offering Bachelor of Architecture (B.Arch), you will have to qualify any of the following entrance examinations

    All India Engineering Entrance Examination

    National Aptitude Test in Architecture

    Common Entrance Test conducted by respective states

    Apart from the aforementioned entrance examination, there are various institutes which conducts their own entrance test to consider students for admission into the B.Arch program.

    In order to be considered eligible for any of the entrance examination mentioned above,

    You must have qualified +2 level of examination with Mathematics as one of the major subjects.

    For further information, refer to the official website of the Institutes you will be pursuing the course.

    Your future after B.Arch is going to be rocking. So you can expect Architect, Designer,Town Planner, Desinger such designations.

    Even the salaries are going to be high like Rs.20,000-50,000.



    All the best

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    B.Arch degree--. Bachelor in Architecture

    There are two things you can do with this:

    one, join in with some architectural firm(a group of architects, planners and draftsmen) who work together to design a building or an area of settlement.

    For this you must have a good academic record and as you begin like this, the post you might get may not be a high one and, not surprisingly though, the initial amount of payment may be small also. But as you gain experience and show your expertise, your hard work will get noticed and you will get rewards.

    Two, you can launch yourself as a freelance architect by starting on your own.

    Here you will get some freedom to work but it may not reap you benefits as soon.


    This is because not everyone will hire a new (and so called in-experienced) architect, but some may. Those will be your golden chances.

    In all, this is a really demanding field.

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    Re: Details about B.Arch? What is the career and job prospects after this course?

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Dear sir,

    How is the current future of the students who are opting B.arch as their career ?
    Many well known institutions are there within our country that offers courses in B.Arch. a few top most colleges amongst them are:

    -Andhra University College of Engineering (Autonomous)
    -Birla Institute of Technology, Mesra
    -Dayananda Sagar Institutions (DSI)
    -IIT Kharagpur - Indian Institute of Technology
    -IIT Roorkee - Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee, India
    -Jadavpur University-Faculty of Engineering, Kolkata (JUFOE-K)
    -Kamla Raheja Vidyanidhi Institute for Architecture and Environmental Studies (KRVIA)
    -L S Raheja School of Architecture
    -Malaviya National Institue of Technology (MNIT)
    -Manipal Institute of Technology (MIT)
    -Maulana Azad National Institute of Technology, Bhopal (MANIT-B)
    -National Institute of Technology Calicut (NITC)
    -National Institute of Technology, Tiruchirapalli (NIT-T)
    -NMIMS University, Bangalore, India
    -NMIMS University, Mumbai, India
    -Rizvi College of Architecture (RCA), Mumbai, India
    -School of Planning and Architecture, Delhi/NCR, India
    -Thiagarajar College of Engineering (TCE), Madurai, India
    -University Visvesvaraya College of Engineering (UVCE), Bangalore, India
    -Visvesvaraya National Institute of Technology (VNIT), Nagpur, India
    Scopes after B.Arch:

    Once aspirants have accomplished their education in this field, they can get employed with constructions firms or with any other firms of the public or private sectors. Because of the demand of professionals in this field of architecture, it is easily possible one to get jobs almost immediately. The salary packages of these firms will also be high. This is mainly determined by the experience each person possesses. One must also keep in mind that job prospects are available for aspirants abroad too. Many major national and multinational firms take in experiences individuals as to lead their many projects.

    Those who do not wish to go for jobs immediately have the option to go for the PG level course in design, namely the Master of Design course. Besides this, many other courses are available for aspirants to choose from. Upon the completion of this program, aspirantsí again have the option to go for jobs or they can study for the higher degree, the PhD program. With more qualification as well as experience in the field of Architecture, it is possible for one to get very good jobs with high profiles in addition to the ability to command their own salary. Thus, the career scope for aspirants of B.Arch are very much high.

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