Bhagwan Mahaveer School of Architecture has opened the admissions for its much-talked about B. Architecture program. Initiated by Bhagwan Mahaveer Education Foundation in 2015, the college is making a name for itself on the back of its smartly designed five-year program. A blend of modern day teaching pedagogy with strong technological support and exposure to practical world make the program ideal for future professionals who can go on to make a name for themselves in their chosen careers. BMSA is a part of reputed Bhagwan Mahavir Education Foundation approved by AICTC and affiliated to GGSIP University.


The B. Arch. program approved by the Council of Architecture (COA) is delivered from the contemporary campus in Jagdishpur, Sonepat District, Delhi-NCR. What makes the program unique is the fact that it delves into multidisciplinary mix of design, technology, theory and media to offer students a strong foundation in the field with practical training to boot. “Our collaborative teaching-learning method, hands on exposure during the program, and platforms for experiential learning make our program ideal for tomorrow’s professionals,” says Prof. Himmat Bhatia, Principal, BMSA.


The dedicated approach of the college can be seen in its own modern infrastructure that includes a well-stocked library with diverse study material on architecture and design. New age laboratories are system equipped with the latest configurations and versions. Thus as a student of BMSA you learn in a comfortable environment conducive to learning. The college groom students with practical experience on live workshops and club it with studio classes. Different types of workshops including building construction, carpentry and material testing ensure that you have the basics right with a strong sense of real world applications. In the words of Dr. Sanjay Jain, Chairman,


BMSA, “the school believes that the training in architecture needs to adopt a unique pedagogy comprising of a multi disciplinary blend of design, technology, theory and media. We try to do just that!”Industry visits, presentations, conferences on latest trends like the one on Zero Carbon Buildings that the students attended at ITC Maurya, Delhi add to the overall exposure students get. Industry interface sessions allow students the space and time to network with professionals and learn from their experiences. They also become aware of the industry demands from future architects so that they are able to position themselves for top roles in both, public and private sector organizations. That’s how students of the institute gain the competitive edge.Through the novel initiatives and opportunities for extracurricular activities, faculty members, who have years of experience in the field, guide students.It’s interesting to note the college provide platform for experimental learning to broaden the thinking boundaries.Enhancing professional attitude to be able to absorb in the industry. Students benefit from the strong rapport and personalized attention they get from their mentors.


In fact, students of the institute often talk about the guidance they have received from their faculty members, which has polished their design skills If you see yourself as a well-groomed architect with a flourishing career ahead of you then this is where it can all begin. You are eligible for the 5 year B. Arch program at BMSA if you have scored a minimum of 50% in 10 +2 or 10 + 3 diploma recognized by central / state government bodies and also qualified Aptitude Test (NATA) or any other test advised by COA. To find out more about the college, its program and the application process for it, you can click here

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20th Milestone, NH - 1, Jagdishpur
131030, Delhi-NCR
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To educate the future leaders of the design and planning disciplines in the professional fields of architecture , urban design, and town planning. This effort builds upon a strong context of professional education within an art and design institute that stresses the relationship between intellectual development and creative practice through design-centred teaching and research.
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