The Bachelor of Engineering in Architecture Engineering (B.Arch) program of Purbanchal University is a 5 years, 10 semester program. 3 Engineering Colleges of Nepal offers B.Arch course with affiliation from Purbanchal University. Total number of B.Arch seats at Purbanchal University is 148.
Architecture is both the process and product of planning, designing and constructing form, space and ambience that reflect functional, technical, social and aesthetic considerations. It requires the creative manipulation and coordination of material, technology, light and shadow.
Architecture also encompasses the programmatic aspects of realizing buildings and structures, including scheduling, cost estimating and construction administration. As documentation produced by architects, typically drawings, plans and technical specifications, architecture defines the structure and/or behavior of a building or any other kind of system that is to be or has been constructed.
Eligibility for Admission Bachelor of Architecture in Purbanchal University
Must have secured C+ Grade in all subjects in +2 or equivalent
Prospective students with 10+2 or PCL (physical or biological group with at least 100 marks Math) who have secured 45% in the aggregate or Diploma in Engineering or Architecture or an equivalent course from Higher Secondary Board or any Board or University regonized by Purbanchal University are eligible to apply. However, all the prospective students are required to pass the entrance examinations and the aptitude test conducted by the university.
Bachelor of Architecture Curriculum: Purbanchal University
Applied Mechanics: An introduction to Architecture
Workshop-I, Model and Sculpture Art & Graphics-I
Strength of Materials
Workshop-II, Carpentry, Mason, Art & Graphics-II
BEG210AR Building Science-II
BEG264CI Theory of Structure-I
BEG211AR Building Construction-III
BEG213AR Nepalese Architecture
BEG214AR Arts & Graphics-III
BEG215AR Design Studio-III
BEG265CI Surveying & leveling
Theory of Structure-II
Sociology of Architecture
Computer Aided Design and Drafting
Elective - II/ Interior Landscape Design of Steel, Wood & Masonry Structure
Working Dwgs. & Detailing Specifications, Quantity, Surveying & Estimation
RCC Design Studio-VI
Building Science III
Elective -II/ Vern or Low Cost Appreciation of Arts of Architecture Aesthetics
Architectural Conservation Human Settlements Planning Engineering Economics
Construction Project Management Professional Practice
Built Environment Research/Directed Studies
Design Studio-VIII (Energy efficient bulling/ Newari Construction Technology/ Sustainable)
Professional Training/ Practical
Natural Disaster Management & Sustainable development