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NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY RAIPUR

PROPOSED NEW SCHEME OF EXAMINATION FOR TEN SEMESTER INTEGRATED COURSE OF B.ARCH.(APPLICABLE FROM 2010-11)

FIRST SEMESTER
S.No. Subject Code Subject Periods per week L Architectural Design I (Basic Design & Visual Arts) Building Construction and Technology I Structural Design and Systems I Architectural Graphics Skills-I Building Materials and Science I Communication Skills (Humanities) Architectural Design I (Basic Design & Visual Arts) Studio Building Construction Technology I Studio Architectural Graphics Skills I- Studio Workshop practice and Site exposure I TOTAL 2 2 3 3 2 2 0 0 0 0 14 T 0 0 2 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 4 P 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 3 3 3 15 Scheme of Examination FE/ ESE TA SE 0 70 70 70 70 70 50 25 25 0 450 50 30 30 30 30 30 0 0 0 0 200 100 75 20 75 20 20 0 0 0 40 350 Total Marks Credit
[L+{(T+P)/2}]

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

1111 1112 1113 1114 1115 1116 1121 1122 1124 1127

150 175 120 175 120 120 50 25 25 40 1000

2 2 4 3 3 3 3 2 2 2 26
     

NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY RAIPUR. SYLLABUS FOR FIVE YEARS B.ARCH. DEGREE COURSE (A Ten semester integrated course) FIRST SEMESTER B. ARCH.
Periods per week Subject Code 1111 Subject L Architectural Design I (Basic Design and Visual Arts) 2 T 0 P 0 Scheme of Examination FE / SE ESE TA 0 50 100

Total Marks 150

Credit
[L+{(T+P)/2}]

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The aim of the subject is to introduce to the students the design fundamentals and design vocabulary and enable them to apply the same in compositions and designs. • Points, Lines, Planes, Color theory and compositions. Introduction to modern Arts and various other techniques. • Forms, Properties of forms, variations in forms with inter-relationship among planes, colours, tones, textures. Application of them in two and three-dimensional compositions, presented in form of scaled drawings, views, and freehand sketches to develop the skill and understanding of forms, proportions etc. in various media viz. pencil, pens, colors etc. • Study through models of different materials viz. paper, clay, wax, soap, wires etc. The idea is mass and space handling with understanding the roles of form, colour and texture. • Anthropometric study and ergonomics of human figure, dimensions of furniture and relationship with human anthropometrics (like in kitchens, toilets, bedrooms, staircases etc) with freehand drawing of human figures, vehicles, trees, buildings etc. to have a better understanding of proportion. • Designing of basic building components (like kitchens, bedrooms, toilets etc.) Note: Sessionals shall be in the form of drawings and models along with report. Two time problems (as class tests) are to be conducted in class other than regular design problems.

NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY RAIPUR. SYLLABUS FOR FIVE YEARS B.ARCH. DEGREE COURSE (A Ten semester integrated course) FIRST SEMESTER B. ARCH.
Periods per week Subject Code 1112 Subject L Building Construction and Technology-I 2 T 0 P 0 Scheme of Examination FE / SE ESE TA 70 30 75

Total Marks 175

Credit
[L+{(T+P)/2}]

2

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UNIT 3

UNIT 4

UNIT 5

Brick: • Types of bricks. • Bonds in brick masonry for various thicknesses of walls and various situations like ends, junctions, etc. • Attached and detached pier. • Jointing and pointing. • Cavity walls. Stone: • Stone dressing of different types. • Stone masonry of different types for various thicknesses of walls. • Jointing and pointing. Foundation: • Types of simple foundations. • In Bricks • In Stones, • Timbering to excavation. Arches and Lintels: • Brick Arches. • Stones Arches. • Brick Lintels. • Stone lintels, • Centering materials and methods. Construction systems and Elements of Buildings • Overview of method of construction of a simple two storied building. • Plinth - filling – processes and techniques. • Thresholds – various types • Plinth protection, D.P.C. • Coping • Chhajja

Note: 1. Sessionals shall be in form of drawing sheets having scaled drawings and proportionate freehand sketches, along with occasional visits to construction sites. 2. In theory examination there will be a separate question from each unit with choice within the unit/question. All units/questions will be compulsory.

Moments and couples. UNIT 2 UNIT 3 UNIT 4 UNIT 5 Note: 1. Thermal stress. Modulus of Rigidity. In theory examination there will be a separate question from each unit with choice within the unit/question. . Sessionals work shall include assignments/tests on the above topics. Composition and resolution of forces. Center of gravity and moment of inertia of composite and cutout section. Parallel and perpendicular axes theorem. Young’s Modulus. SYLLABUS FOR FIVE YEARS B. Types of loads. Lateral strain. 2. Bulk Modulus and their relation. Conditions of equilibrium. Hook’s law. Poisson Ratio.ARCH. All units/questions will be compulsory.NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY RAIPUR. Support and support reaction. non-concurrent and co-planer forces. Stresses in frames and trusses by analytical and graphical method. Stresses in composite sections. Periods per week Subject Code 1113 Subject L Structural Design and Systems .I 3 T 2 P 0 Scheme of Examination FE / SE ESE TA 70 30 20 Total Marks 120 Credit [L+{(T+P)/2}] 4 APPLIED MECHANICS UNIT 1 • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Concurrent. ARCH. Maxwell’s diagram. Stress and strain. Laws of forces. DEGREE COURSE (A Ten semester integrated course) FIRST SEMESTER B.

DEGREE COURSE (A Ten semester integrated course) FIRST SEMESTER B. Sessionals is to be done in the form of drawings on drawing sheets and proportionate sketches on above topics. 2.NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY RAIPUR. All units/questions will be compulsory. Symbols and Scales • Architectural letterings • Types of lines • Symbolic representations of building materials • Symbolic Representations of Building parts. In theory examination there will be a separate question from each unit with choice within the unit/question. Perpendicular and inclined. Note: 1. . Periods per week Subject Code 1114 Subject L Architectural Graphics Skills-I 3 T 0 P 0 Scheme of Examination FE / SE ESE TA 70 30 75 Total Marks 175 Credit [L+{(T+P)/2}] 3 UNIT 1 UNIT 2 UNIT 3 UNIT 4 UNIT 5 Graphical Codes. Perpendicular and inclined projections. Perpendicular and inclined projections of above) Orthographic projections (Three Dimensions) • Various solid and hollow geometrical objects — Parallel. Interpenetrations and Development of Surfaces • Sections of various solid and hollow geometrical objects — Parallel.ARCH. Sections. • Interpenetration of various solid geometrical object • Development of surfaces with or without sections. ARCH. SYLLABUS FOR FIVE YEARS B. • Plane Scales • Diagonal Scales Geometric views and Projections • Isometric views • Axonometric views • Oblique views • Isometric projections • Axonometric Projections • Oblique Projections Orthographic projections (One and two Dimensions) • Points • Lines • Lamina (Parallel.

aggregates for concrete work. ARCH. aggregate. Periods per week Subject Code 1115 Subject L Building Materials and Science . Cementing materials: Cement. • Preservation of timber • Bamboo as a building material • Preservation of bamboo • Use of timber and bamboo in buildings. properties of good stone. types. • Various types of Non-Ferrous Metals. their properties and uses in Architecture. uses and applications.Aluminium. application methods. initial setting time. Timber and bamboo: • Timber of various types of quality and properties. application methods. sawing and planning. their mix and properties. CFRI. • Concrete — Various types of concrete. DEGREE COURSE (A Ten semester integrated course) FIRST SEMESTER B. seminars and notes on above mentioned topics. UNIT 2 UNIT 3 UNIT 4 UNIT 5 Note: 1. Brass. • Lime—quick lime. lime. 2. and stained glass work. effects of sun. sand. Glass: • Various types of glasses and their properties. quick setting and rapid hardening cement. etc. their mix and properties. HUDCO. • Use of glass in architecture.ARCH. Tin. Sessionals shall be in the form of small reports. wind and other climatic and environmental conditions on them. slow setting. properties of good brick. properties of cement. • Bricks —Various types of bricks. uses in mortar and concrete. In theory examination there will be a separate question from each unit with choice within the unit/question.Wrought Iron. and other institutions to be referred and discussed. classification. natural bed. lime mortar mix and preparation. BMTPC. river and sea sand. neeroo. . their properties and uses in Architecture. Copper.I 2 T 1 P 0 Scheme of Examination FE / SE ESE TA 70 30 20 Total Marks 120 Credit [L+{(T+P)/2}] 3 The subject aims at developing the understanding and knowledge of BASIC building materials regarding their availability. classification of various grades of bricks. UNIT 1 Clay and clay products and stones. rain. Cast Iron. All units/questions will be compulsory. properties.NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY RAIPUR. beveling. • Working on glass such as etching. • Defects in timbers • Methods of seasoning. peeling and flaking. mortar and concrete. efflorescence. Metals: • Various types of Ferrous Metals. use of stones. use of bricks. impurities of sand and their removal. constitution. properties of good sand. hollow blocks • Stones — Buildings stones. hydraulic lime. Steel. SYLLABUS FOR FIVE YEARS B. The works of CBRI. TIFAC. • Compressed mud blocks. • Cement — Composition. • Sand— Pit. • Mortar — Various types of mortar.

supplemented by drawings. SYLLABUS FOR FIVE YEARS B. kinesics. video presentation. jargon. • Aesthetic and critical writing. .ARCH. Periods per week Subject Code 1116 Subject L Communication Skills (Humanities) 2 T 1 P 0 Scheme of Examination FE / SE ESE TA 70 30 20 Total Marks 120 Credit [L+{(T+P)/2}] 3 UNIT 1 UNIT 2 UNIT 3 UNIT 4 UNIT 5 Aids to Correct Writing • Tenses • Models • Conditionals • Infinitives. slides. figures and images. capital letters. sketches audio presentation. foreign word and phrases sometimes used in correspondence. All units/questions will be compulsory. aids to make advertisement attractive and effective. epidiascope. Sessional work shall include assignments/tests on the above topics.NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY RAIPUR. cue sheet. photographs. In theory examination there will be a separate question from each unit with choice within the unit/question. Note: 1. graphs. script writing dubbing. profile of speaker. • Appreciation of scene. Composition-II • Technical reports and letter writing • Speeches. ARCH. gerunds and participles • Active and passive voice narration • Subject verb agreement • Common errors • Punctuations. Composition-I • Précis • Essay • Paragraph • Copy Writing for advertisements — characteristics of a good advertisement. Enriching vocabulary: • Nuances. • Roots and origin of words • Words often confused • Synonims • Antonyms • Homophone • Homonym • Words followed by preposition • Prefixes and suffixes • Words followed by appropriate prepositions • Idioms • Phrases Presentation Skills: Communication skills in architecture through write up and graphic. 2. mixing. transparencies. characteristics of speech. DEGREE COURSE (A Ten semester integrated course) FIRST SEMESTER B. ending vision.

For conduction of the practical (viva-voce) examination one external and one internal examiner may be appointed for a group of 15-20 students. The works done as sessionals will be evaluated by internal and external examiners at the end semester examination.NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY RAIPUR. SYLLABUS FOR FIVE YEARS B. Periods per week Subject Code 1121 Subject L Architectural Design I (Basic Design and Visual Arts) Studio 0 T 0 P 6 ESE 50 FE / SE 0 TA 0 50 3 Scheme of Examination Total Marks Credit [L+{(T+P)/2}] The subject is a lab (studio) oriented subject and hence. . ARCH. the syllabus as specified in Architectural Design I (Basic Design and Visual Arts) (1111) will be the same. DEGREE COURSE (A Ten semester integrated course) FIRST SEMESTER B.ARCH.

NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY RAIPUR. The works done as sessionals will be evaluated by internal and external examiners at the end semester examination. the syllabus as specified in Building Construction and Technology-I (1112) will be the same.ARCH. ARCH. SYLLABUS FOR FIVE YEARS B. DEGREE COURSE (A Ten semester integrated course) FIRST SEMESTER B. For conduction of the practical (viva-voce) examination one external and one internal examiner may be appointed for a group of 15-20 students. Periods per week Subject Code 1122 Subject L Building Construction and Technology-I Studio 0 T 0 P 3 ESE 25 FE / SE 0 TA 0 25 2 Scheme of Examination Total Marks Credit [L+{(T+P)/2}] The subject is a lab (studio) oriented subject and hence. .

Periods per week Subject Code 1124 Subject L Architectural Graphics Skills-I Studio 0 T 0 P 3 ESE 25 FE / SE 0 TA 0 25 2 Scheme of Examination Total Marks Credit [L+{(T+P)/2}] The subject is a lab (studio) oriented subject and hence. SYLLABUS FOR FIVE YEARS B. the syllabus as specified in Architectural Graphics Skills-I (1114) will be the same. For conduction of the practical (viva-voce) examination one external and one internal examiner may be appointed for a group of 15-20 students. ARCH.NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY RAIPUR. The works done as sessionals will be evaluated by internal and external examiners at the end semester examination.ARCH. . DEGREE COURSE (A Ten semester integrated course) FIRST SEMESTER B.

masonry. carpentry processes. board. mixing the mortar. plaster of Paris. wax. Paper Craft: Introduction to modeling with paper. soap etc. carpentry joints and wood working machines. the bricks. 2. . plastic sheets etc. Masonry: Handling masonry tools.ARCH. Carpentry: Handling different carpentry tools. bond work of bricks. SYLLABUS FOR FIVE YEARS B. and get a reasonable skill in handling the materials and tools there off. Site visits relating to the various works may be carried out for better exposure to the students. ARCH. Plastic materials: Use of clay. DEGREE COURSE (A Ten semester integrated course) FIRST SEMESTER B. metal work.NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY RAIPUR. painting etc. Submission of the sessionals will be in the form of different jobs /projects in each trade and models prepared by students and the same will be subjected to internal examination. Periods per week Subject Code 1127 Subject L Workshop Practice and Site Exposure-I 0 T 0 P 3 ESE 0 FE / SE 0 TA 40 40 2 Scheme of Examination Total Marks Credit [L+{(T+P)/2}] The aim of the subject is to introduce to the students to the various tools used in carpentry. stones and Note: 1.

Studio Workshop practice and Site exposure II Discipline TOTAL 14 5 14 450 200 2 2 3 3 2 2 0 T 0 0 2 0 1 2 0 P 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 Scheme of Examination FE/ ESE TA SE 0 70 70 70 70 70 50 50 30 30 30 30 30 0 100 75 20 75 20 20 0 Total Marks Credit [L+{(T+P)/2}] 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 1211 1212 1213 1214 1215 1216 1221 150 175 120 175 120 120 50 2 2 4 3 3 3 3 8 9 10 11 1222 1224 1227 1228 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 3 2 25 25 0 0 0 0 0 0 20 20 350 25 25 20 20 1000 2 2 1 1 26       .No.NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY RAIPUR PROPOSED NEW SCHEME OF EXAMINATION FOR TEN SEMESTER INTEGRATED COURSE OF B. ARCH.(APPLICABLE FROM 2010-11) SECOND SEMESTER S. Subject Code Subject Periods per week L Architectural Design II (Basic Design & Visual Arts) Building Construction and Technology II Structural Design and Systems II Architectural Graphics Skills-II Building Materials and Science II Environmental Studies Architectural Design II (Basic Design & Visual Arts) Studio Building Construction and Technology II Studio Architectural Graphics Skills II.

Natural and manmade objects of functional and aesthetic value.NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY. contrast. ARCH. Study and design of small structures like ceremonial gates. rhythm. DEGREE COURSE (A Ten semester integrated course) SECOND SEMESTER B. Two time problems (as class tests) are to be conducted in class other than regular design problems. Note: 1. discord. . bus stop. Introduction of Architectural design with an approach of functional understanding and analysis of problems with studies of space requirement for different furniture (objects). symmetry. temporary exhibition stalls. Periods per week Subject Code 1211 Subject L Architectural Design II (Basic Design and Visual Arts) • • 2 T 0 P 0 Scheme of Examination FE / SE ESE TA 0 50 100 Total Marks 150 Credit [L+{(T+P)/2}] 2 • • • Principles of Aesthetics and introduction to aesthetical terms like form. accentuation. Case studies for measured drawing of small buildings and furniture. small pavilions etc.ARCH. Design of small shelters and study of multi units involving 3 to 4 functional spaces. The evaluation should be done in intermediate reviews consisting of internal/external experts. monotony etc. Small views (isometric and perspective) of the studied building. RAIPUR. balance. SYLLABUS FOR FIVE YEARS B. color. Sessionals will be in the form of drawings and models along with technical report for the design dealt with. There should be regular site visits to the building types dealt in the studio problem for which audiovisuals should be prepared. Relationship between occupied and unoccupied spaces. activities and circulation. 2. Introduction of presentation drawings. texture. harmony. kiosks. Aspects of area determination in conjunction with relevant building Bye Laws and area relationship.

Periods per week Subject Code 1212 Subject L Building Construction and technology II 2 T 0 P 0 Scheme of Examination FE / SE ESE TA 70 30 75 Total Marks 175 Credit [L+{(T+P)/2}] 2 UNIT 1 UNIT 2 UNIT 3 UNIT 4 UNIT 5 Doors (timber): • Ledged braced and battened door • Panel door • Glazed door • Flush door Windows (timber): • Side and Top hung • Pivoted • Louvers • Ventilators • Fixed and openable fanlights. Windows (metal): • Pressed steel • ‘z’ section. • Composite window.NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY. Note: 1. Opening accessories: • Jamb casing • Architrave • Palmate • Moldings • Skirting • Door and window fixtures. RAIPUR. fixed • Pivoted • Louvers • Ventilators • Fanlights • Composite window. • Door cum window in timber and metal. • Top and side hung. 2. DEGREE COURSE (A Ten semester integrated course) SECOND SEMESTER B. SYLLABUS FOR FIVE YEARS B. All units/questions will be compulsory. ARCH. Sessional shall be done as scaled drawings on drawing sheets and freehand drawings along with occasional visits to construction sites. • Swing doors. . Door (metal): • Pressed steel • ‘Z’ section. with and without fanlight.ARCH. In theory examination there will be a separate question from each unit with choice within the unit/question.

L and point load/U. 2. ARCH.D. • Section modulus (only for Rectangular. • Continuous beam with fixed end. . Periods per week Subject Code 1213 Subject L Structural Design and Systems II 3 T 2 P 0 ESE 70 FE / SE 30 TA 20 120 4 Scheme of Examination Total Marks Credit [L+{(T+P)/2}] STRUCTURAL MECHANICS UNIT 1 Strain energy. Sessionals work shall include assignments/tests on the above topics. RAIPUR. overhang beam (subjected to point load. SYLLABUS FOR FIVE YEARS B. • Member subjected to couple.NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY. hollow rectangular) • Shear stress distribution for rectangular beam section • Introduction of flitched beam. U.L. • • • • • UNIT 2 UNIT 3 UNIT 4 UNIT 5 Note: 1. All units/questions will be compulsory. Fixed beam: • Bending moment diagram for a fixed beam. Bette’s law.D. U.D. In theory examination there will be a separate question from each unit with choice within the unit/question. • Theory of bending (simple and pure) • Bending equation.) • Point of contra flexure. First theorem of Castigliano.ARCH. • Clapeyron’s Theorem. cantilever beam. Deflection of truss joint Shear force and bending moment diagram for simply supported beam. • Mohr’s circle. (Fixed beam subjected to Point load. • Principal stresses and strain.L and couple) • Advantages and disadvantages of fixed beam. DEGREE COURSE (A Ten semester integrated course) SECOND SEMESTER B.

2. Sciagraphy-I • Introduction to basic principles of Sciagraphy and its application on two dimensional objects in plans and elevations. • Freehand perspective drawings with various techniques of buildings.ARCH. Practical applications: • Development of perspective projections of buildings with sciagraphy and rendering techniques. In theory examination there will be a separate question from Unit 1 to Unit 4 with choice within the unit/question. • Two point perspective of simple geometrical objects • One point perspective of simple geometrical objects Perspective Drawings –II • Two point perspective of complex geometrical objects and buildings • One point perspective of complex geometrical objects and building interiors/ exteriors. ARCH. multiple point perspectives.NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY. Periods per week Subject Code 1214 Subject L Architectural Graphics Skills. Sessional will be evaluated continuously in class. . RAIPUR. • Sciagraphy of simple building elements. DEGREE COURSE (A Ten semester integrated course) SECOND SEMESTER B. Note: 1. axonometric and perspective). elevations and views (isometric. SYLLABUS FOR FIVE YEARS B. Sciagraphy-II • Sciagraphy of three dimensional objects in plan. principles. types and techniques of perspective drawings for expression of ideas.II 3 T 0 P 0 Scheme of Examination FE / SE ESE TA 70 30 75 Total Marks 175 Credit [L+{(T+P)/2}] 3 UNIT 1 UNIT 2 UNIT 3 UNIT 4 UNIT 5 Perspective Drawings -I • Introduction to basic terms. Sessionals are to be done in the form of drawings on drawing sheets and proportionate sketches on above topics.

3. • Stone tiles. slate. constitution. etc. • Lime wash. Periods per week Subject Code 1215 Subject L 2 T 1 P 0 Scheme of Examination FE / SE ESE TA 70 30 20 Total Marks Credit [L+{(T+P)/2}] 120 3 Building Materials and Science . polycarbonate sheets. application and defect correction on timber and metallic surface. • Bricks. • Mosaic tiles. thinners. • Particle boards. UNIT 4 Precast unit: • Solid and hollow concrete block.ARCH. UNIT 2 Roof coverings: along with materials. Sessional shall be in the form of self-study.II The subject aims at developing the understanding and knowledge of various building materials regarding their availability. • Glass wool boards. reports and seminars/presentation. etc. • Terrazzo. glass paneling. DEGREE COURSE (A Ten semester integrated course) SECOND SEMESTER B. • Gypsum boards. • Modern wall paneling materials like Aluminum Composite Panel. Ferro-cement. sample and literature collection. solvents. 2. paints. RAIPUR. market survey. • Core unit. fiber glass sheets. • Fiber boards. fittings and fixtures used in the construction. properties. • Other pre-engineered units (as per CBRI). Note: 1. • Metal sheets. b) Preparation. Plaster of Paris. • Laminated boards. Polishes along with adhesives. varnishes. • Mangalore and other designed tiles. thinners. HUDCO and other institutions be referred and discussed. GI sheets/ steel corrugated sheets. solvents. PVC sheets. SYLLABUS FOR FIVE YEARS B. shingles. In theory examination there will be a separate question from each unit with choice within the unit/question. • Structural glass. Colour clay wash. All units/questions will be compulsory. • Waffle unit. BMTPC. The works of CBRI. • Stone slabs. • Primers. Cement based color. application and defect correction on plastered internal and external surfaces. etc. glass blocks. UNIT 1 Flooring. . Putties along with the adhesives. • Country tiles. • Timber boards. and wall cladding: along with fixing materials • Stones. UNIT 5 Surface finishes: a) Preparation. Distempers.NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY. • Ply boards. classification. SERC. UNIT 3 Wall paneling and ceiling: • Timber panels. • Clay tiles. uses and applications. • Modern roof covering materials like acrylic sheets. ARCH.

Natural water • Classification of water pollutants. trophic levels. hazardous waste)— their origin and effect. energy flow. solid waste management. atmospheric stability and temperature inversion etc. The evaluation should be done in intermediate reviews. effects. cycling of nutrients. UNIT 5 Ecofriendly Architecture: • Urban ecosyatem and rural ecosystems • Inter-relationship of manmade development with eco-processes. industrial. methods and equipments used in waste water treatment (Preliminary. The subject is introduced to create awareness among students regarding development in harmony with ecosystem. • Ecofriendly energy systems. Periods per week Subject Code Subject L T P Scheme of Examination FE / SE ESE TA Total Marks Credit [L+{(T+P)/2}] 2 1216 2 0 70 30 20 120 3 Environmental Studies The aim of the subject is to acquaint the students about the environment and its effect on human beings in general. grassland. DEGREE COURSE (A Ten semester integrated course) SECOND SEMESTER B. UNIT 3 Water pollution: • Hydrosphere. composting). • Noise pollution — definitions and causes. contamination of water. Note: Sessionals will be in the form of drawings and models along with technical report for the subject dealt with. BOD and COD in waste water. There could be regular site visits to understand the ecosystems and eco-friendly architecture. ozone depletion. • Architectural measures for reducing air pollution. UNIT 1 Ecosystems: • Concept of eco-system. food web. • Major ecosystem types (forest. • Works of various architects who have worked in the field of eco-friendly architecture. • Ambient air quality standards. UNIT 4 Land and noise pollution: • Lithosphere. • Food chain. SYLLABUS FOR FIVE YEARS B. • Collection of solid waste. thermal. global warming. • Fundamental of eco-logy and ecosystem.NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY. • Components of ecosystem. urban waste. ARCH. and aquatic eco-system). . • Sources. • Architectural measures for reducing land and noise pollution. UNIT 2 Air pollution: • Atmospheric composition • Classification of air pollutants. types of pollutants • Determination and significance of DO. trace elements.ARCH. • Pollutants (agricultural. RAIPUR. recycling and reduction of solid waste and their disposal techniques (open dumping. • Sources and effects of water pollution. • Ecofriendly materials. • Source and effect of pollutants —green house effect. secondary and tertiary) • Architectural measures for reducing water pollution. • Eutrophication. sanitary land filling. standards and control measures.

ARCH. Periods per week Subject Code 1221 Subject L Architectural Design II (Basic Design and Visual Arts) Studio 0 T 0 P 6 Scheme of Examination FE / SE ESE TA 50 0 0 Total Marks 50 Credit [L+{(T+P)/2}] 3 The subject is a lab (studio) oriented subject and hence.NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY. The works done as sessionals will be evaluated by internal and external examiners at the end semester examination. RAIPUR.ARCH. . DEGREE COURSE (A Ten semester integrated course) SECOND SEMESTER B. the syllabus as specified in Architectural Design II (Basic Design and Visual Arts) (1211) will be the same. SYLLABUS FOR FIVE YEARS B. For conduction of the practical (viva-voce) examination one external and one internal examiner may be appointed for a group of 15-20 students.

NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY. The works done as sessionals will be evaluated by internal and external examiners at the end semester examination. the syllabus as specified in Building Construction and Technology-II (1212) will be the same. ARCH. RAIPUR. . Periods per week Subject Code 1222 Subject L Building Construction and Technology-II Studio 0 T 0 P 3 Scheme of Examination FE / SE ESE TA 25 0 0 Total Marks 25 Credit [L+{(T+P)/2}] 2 The subject is a lab (studio) oriented subject and hence. DEGREE COURSE (A Ten semester integrated course) SECOND SEMESTER B. SYLLABUS FOR FIVE YEARS B. For conduction of the practical (viva-voce) examination one external and one internal examiner may be appointed for a group of 15-20 students.ARCH.

ARCH. RAIPUR. ARCH. Periods per week Subject Code 1224 Subject L Architectural Graphics Skills-II Studio 0 T 0 P 3 Scheme of Examination FE / SE ESE TA 25 0 0 Total Marks 25 Credit [L+{(T+P)/2}] 2 The subject is a lab (studio) oriented subject and hence. DEGREE COURSE (A Ten semester integrated course) SECOND SEMESTER B. the syllabus as specified in Architectural Graphics Skills-II (1214) will be the same. The works done as sessionals will be evaluated by internal and external examiners at the end semester examination. SYLLABUS FOR FIVE YEARS B.NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY. . For conduction of the practical (viva-voce) examination one external and one internal examiner may be appointed for a group of 15-20 students.

guns. Sessionals will be in the form of different jobs /projects in each trade and models prepared by students and the same will be subjected to internal examination. and get a reasonable skill in handling the materials and tools there off. Electrical Wiring: Basic electrical wiring systems like fitting of lights. Metal work: Cutting. 2. plumbbob. Fixing of fixtures like traps. plumbing. urinals. polishing of timber surfaces. DEGREE COURSE (A Ten semester integrated course) SECOND SEMESTER B. casting concrete. one-way and two-way switches. SYLLABUS FOR FIVE YEARS B. marking for foundations. screwed joints. lamination to timber surfaces. Site visits relating to the various works may be carried out for better exposure to the students. metal work. regulators. Plumbing: Introduction to various pipes and fittings.NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY. . etc. bars. MCB and electrical distribution system. bending and plumbers tools.. geysers. wires etc. Periods per week Subject Code 1227 Subject L Workshop Practice and Site Exposure-II 0 T 0 P 2 Scheme of Examination FE / SE ESE TA 0 0 20 Total Marks 20 Credit [L+{(T+P)/2}] 1 The aim of the subject is to introduce to the students to the various tools used in painting and polishing. use of pipe level. Firsthand experience of plastering. W. painting by brush. Model making of design problems introduced into the class. flats. threads. The workshop should be directed to impart first hand experiences to students in construction of buildings like – preparing layouts for sites. Making of models with detailing. Note: 1. spray. priming. Model making of design studio. Sessionals given in building construction also could be given as model making. showers etc. Painting and polishing: Preparation of timber and metal surfaces.ARCH. electrical wiring etc. bending and jointing of (ferrous/non ferrous metals) sheets. spirit levels. etc. Use of ammeters and voltameters. earthing. taps.C. RAIPUR. ARCH. wash basins.

SYLLABUS FOR FIVE YEARS B. ARCH. active participation. discipline and attendance of the students.NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY. Periods per week Subject Code 1228 Subject L Discipline – T – P – ESE – FE / SE – TA 20 20 1 Scheme of Examination Total Marks Credit [L+{(T+P)/2}] The marks of this subject are based on the yearly performance. RAIPUR. conduct. behavior.ARCH. . DEGREE COURSE (A Ten semester integrated course) SECOND SEMESTER B.

NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY RAIPUR PROPOSED NEW SCHEME OF EXAMINATION FOR TEN SEMESTER INTEGRATED COURSE OF B.No. ARCH. Subject Code Subject Periods per week L Architectural Design III Building Construction and Technology III Structural Design and Systems III Climatology Building Materials and Science III History of Architecture. Art and Culture I Architectural Design III Studio Building Construction Technology III Studio Disaster Management Computer Applications in Architecture TOTAL 2 2 3 3 2 3 0 0 0 0 15 T 0 0 2 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 4 P 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 3 2 3 14 Scheme of Examination FE/ ESE TA SE 0 70 70 70 70 70 50 25 0 25 450 50 30 30 30 30 30 0 0 0 0 200 100 75 20 30 20 50 0 0 25 30 350 Total Marks Credit [L+{(T+P)/2}] 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 1311 1312 1313 1314 1315 1316 1321 1322 1327 1328 150 175 120 130 120 150 50 25 25 55 1000 2 2 4 4 2 4 3 2 1 2 26 .(APPLICABLE FROM 2010-11) THIRD SEMESTER S.

Two time problems (as class tests) are to be conducted in class other than regular design problems. small offices. shops etc. slides. The design should highlight clear approach to the design with concept. Notes: Sessional will be in the form of drawings and models along with project report for the design dealt. Analysis. The assignments shall be design of small buildings like nursery schools. dispensaries. DEGREE COURSE (A Ten semester integrated course) THIRD SEMESTER B.e. 1. construction techniques and environment. residences. The evaluation shall be done in intermediate reviews consisting of internal and external experts. There should be regular site visits / case studies of buildings. small nursing homes. etc. RAIPUR. The design should be done with sensitivity towards surroundings i. . along with architectural expression with use of appropriate graphic presentation techniques. restaurants. so as to document them with the help of photographs.ARCH. exhibition pavilions. Synthesis and clarity of details (like barrier free design considerations). traditional and vernacular architecture. canteens.NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY. ARCH. SYLLABUS FOR FIVE YEARS B. Periods per week Subject Code 1311 Subject L Architectural DesignIII 2 T 0 P 0 Scheme of Examination FE / ESE SE TA 0 50 100 Total Marks 150 Credit [L+{(T+P)/2}] 2 The aim of the course is to emphasis and evolves the methodology for architectural design with reference to the previous knowledge of function and aesthetics. 2.

NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, RAIPUR. SYLLABUS FOR FIVE YEARS B.ARCH. DEGREE COURSE (A Ten semester integrated course)
THIRD SEMESTER B. ARCH. Periods per week Subject Code 1312 Subject L Building Construction and Technology III 2 T 0 P 0 Scheme of Examination FE / ESE SE TA 70 30 75 Total Marks 175 Credit
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Timber floor: • Single • Double • Triple • Various joints between joists, lengthening of wall plates, etc. • Herring bone and solid strutting. Timber roofs: • Lean to type • Couple • Close couple • Collar. Timber trussed roofs: • King post • Queen post • Built up roof truss. Industrial roofing: • North Light roof trusses in steel • Monitor type steel trusses. Industrial roofing: • Tubular trusses • Built- in trusses in steel • Industrial roofing in R.C.C. • Industrial glazing in roofing. • Industrial cladding in roofing.

Note: 1. There shall be regular site visits to buildings, under construction or Constructed, to explain the above topics. Use of audio-visuals should be stressed. 2. Sessional work shall be done as scaled drawings on drawing sheets and freehand drawings along with occasional visits to construction sites. 3. In theory examination there will be a separate question from each unit with choice within the unit/question. All units/questions will be compulsory.

NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, RAIPUR. SYLLABUS FOR FIVE YEARS B.ARCH. DEGREE COURSE (A Ten semester integrated course)
THIRD SEMESTER B. ARCH. Periods per week Subject Code 1313 Subject L Structural Design and systems III 3 T 2 P 0 Scheme of Examination FE / ESE SE TA 70 30 20 Total Marks 120 Credit
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THEORY OF STRUCTURE UNIT 1 • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Arches, Three hinged arches Two hinged arches (parabolic and semi circular), Temperature effect on arches Euler’s theory of long column, Assumption and limitation of Euler formula, Statically Indeterminate structure, Difference between statically indeterminate and determinate Structure. Theory and analysis of singly and doubly reinforced beam (no design) Neutral axis of Beam section, Lever arm, Moment of resistance, Balanced, unbalanced under reinforced and over reinforced section, Introduction to R.C.C (W.S.M and L.S.M) Introduction of prestressed concrete, Basic concept, Classification and Types of prestressing system, End anchorage, Advantages and disadvantages of prestressed concrete Advantages of prestressed concrete over reinforced concrete construction. Bearing capacity of soil, Types of soil (characteristic of black cotton soil). Types of Structure (load bearing and framed ), Types of foundation, Method of stabilization of soil.

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Note: 1. Sessionals work shall include assignments/tests on the above topics. 2. In theory examination there will be a separate question from each unit with choice within the unit/question. All units/questions will be compulsory.

NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, RAIPUR. SYLLABUS FOR FIVE YEARS B.ARCH. DEGREE COURSE (A Ten semester integrated course)
THIRD SEMESTER B. ARCH. Periods per week Subject Code 1314 Subject L Climatology 3 T 1 P 0 Scheme of Examination FE / ESE SE TA 70 30 30 Total Marks 130 Credit
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Elements of climate: • Constituents of climate, definition. • Measurement and Data collection with use of meteorological data, solar charts etc. • Classification of climate on global level and national level • Study of Microclimate and Macroclimate. • Effect of climate on man, shelter and environment Principles of thermal comfort: • Physiological impact of climate. • Comfort indices. Human comfort conditions – Comfort chart, Comfort Zone, Effective temperature, etc. • Natural and artificial methods of achieving thermal comfort — landscaping, building materials (U-values) etc. Parameters of comfort conditions: • Ventilation and air movement — spatial organization in buildings, layout and orientation of buildings in housing. • Natural Illumination and day lighting. • Artificial illumination and night lighting. Climate conscious design-I: • Introduction to traditional design measures / Vernacular architecture in various climates at Global level. • Architectural design considerations in various climatic zones in India —hot dry, warm humid, cold dry, cold humid, temperate, composite etc. Climate conscious design-II: • Use of different design aids at various climatic conditions • Study of materials and construction techniques for climate conscious design. • Case studies of climate conscious designs. • Application of wind and solar oriented architecture, introduction to climate oriented software and other analytical techniques.

Note: 1. Course would be run through lectures, Audiovisuals and site visits to various laboratories and buildings. 2. Sessional shall be in the form of reports, seminars, and design solutions on different units. The works of various building science laboratories be referred and discussed. 3. In theory examination there will be a separate question from each unit with choice within the unit/question. All units/questions will be compulsory.

• Drapery. Materials used for furniture construction: • Timber. • Plastic By-product materials: • Materials from industrial.. In theory examination there will be a separate question from each unit with choice within the unit/question. composition. etc. Bamboo. ARCH. UNIT 1 Synthetic Materials and Eco friendly Materials: • Wallpapers • Polymers • Plastics • Laminated boards • Eco Boards • Soft Boards • Medium / High density fibre boards.g. • Acoustical materials. HUDCO and other institutions be referred and discussed. furnace slag. • Metals. rice husk ash. . properties. • Waterproofing materials. lime kiln rejects. • Materials used in water supply. • Fire resistant materials.NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY. DEGREE COURSE (A Ten semester integrated course) THIRD SEMESTER B. fly ash. Sessional shall be in the form of reports. SYLLABUS FOR FIVE YEARS B. NBO. Periods per week Subject Code 1315 Subject L Building Materials and Science-III 2 T 0 P 0 Scheme of Examination FE / ESE SE TA 70 30 20 Total Marks 120 Credit [L+{(T+P)/2}] 2 The subject aims at developing the understanding and knowledge of PROPRIETORY building materials regarding their availability. RAIPUR. The works of CBRI. agricultural and mineral wastes e. UNIT 2 UNIT 3 UNIT 4 UNIT 5 Note: 1. fibres. wooden chips. • Materials used in sanitation. saw dust. All units/questions will be compulsory. • Floor Coverings • Resins. uses and applications. classification. Cane. Materials for specific uses-II: • Materials used in electrical fittings.ARCH. seminars and notes on above mentioned topics. • Materials used in termite control. • Foams. wood wool. 2. Materials For Specific Uses-I: • Thermal insulation material. red mud. Upholstery. Study of environmental conditions on various building materials and the science of design for creating effective human comfort conditions.

DEGREE COURSE (A Ten semester integrated course) THIRD SEMESTER B. • Introduction to Development of Arts up to medieval period at global level. • Cultural developments of different periods at global level. 4.ARCH. SYLLABUS FOR FIVE YEARS B. All units/questions will be compulsory. seminars. • Development at Asian level (China. materials used and philosophy of construction. Sketches on above-mentioned topics. The discussions should be based on selected examples highlighting the aesthetical values. Mexican architecture Egyptian Architecture • Mastaba and tombs • Pyramids • Temples West Asiatic Architecture • Sumerian • Assyrian • Babylonian Buddhist Architecture. Japan. Art and Culture. Early History of Architecture • Global preview of prehistoric architecture • Indian architecture during Vedic period. Sessional shall be in the form of small reports.I 3 T 1 P 0 Scheme of Examination FE / ESE SE TA 70 30 50 Total Marks 150 Credit [L+{(T+P)/2}] 4 UNIT 1 UNIT 2 UNIT 3 UNIT 4 UNIT 5 History of Arts and Culture -I: • Development of civilizations — different periods like Neolithic. Course would be run through lectures.NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY.) • Indian examples and influences. ARCH. construction techniques.       . In theory examination there will be a separate question from each unit with choice within the unit/question. RAIPUR. Mayan. Periods per week Subject Code 1316 Subject L History of Architecture. SE Asia. • Six limbs of Art as per Indian tradition. Indus-Saraswati civilization • Cretan. Paleolithic etc. Afghanistan etc. Note: 1. prehistoric. architectural features. 2. 3. Audiovisuals and site visits to various buildings.

Periods per week Subject Code 1321 Subject L Architectural DesignIII Studio 0 T 0 P 6 Scheme of Examination FE / ESE SE TA 50 0 0 Total Marks 50 Credit [L+{(T+P)/2}] 3 The subject is a lab (studio) oriented subject and hence. RAIPUR. The works done as sessionals will be evaluated by internal and external examiners at the end semester examination. . ARCH. For conduction of the practical (viva-voce) examination one external and one internal examiner may be appointed for a group of 15-20 students.ARCH. DEGREE COURSE (A Ten semester integrated course) THIRD SEMESTER B. SYLLABUS FOR FIVE YEARS B. the syllabus as specified in Architectural Design-III (1311) will be the same.NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY.

the syllabus as specified in Building Construction and Technology-III (1312) will be the same. . Periods per week Subject Code 1322 Subject L Building Construction and Technology-III Studio 0 T 0 P 3 Scheme of Examination FE / ESE SE TA 25 0 0 Total Marks 25 Credit [L+{(T+P)/2}] 2 The subject is a lab (studio) oriented subject and hence. For conduction of the practical (viva-voce) examination one external and one internal examiner may be appointed for a group of 15-20 students. ARCH.ARCH. The works done as sessionals will be evaluated by internal and external examiners at the end semester examination. SYLLABUS FOR FIVE YEARS B.NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY. DEGREE COURSE (A Ten semester integrated course) THIRD SEMESTER B. RAIPUR.

• Assessment of Disaster Vulnerability of a location and vulnerable groups. Risks and Vulnerabilities. Landslides and other natural calamities.ARCH. Disaster preparedness and response and rehabilitation: • Preparedness and Mitigation measures for various Disasters • Preparation of Disaster Management Plans • School Awareness & Safety Programme. etc. Roles and responsibilities of different agencies: • Voluntary Agencies & Community Participation at various stages of disaster management. RAIPUR. Water & Sanitation. DEGREE COURSE (A Ten semester integrated course) THIRD SEMESTER B. Floods. • Integration of Rural Development Programmes with disaster reduction and mitigation activities. • Information systems & decision making tools. • Causes and effects of natural hazards.NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY. Sessionals shall be evaluated in the form of small exercises / practical projects. • Principles of Disaster Management. Post Disaster Relief & Logistics Management: • Emergency Support Functions and their coordination mechanism. • Rehabilitation Programmes. Fire. Earthquake Mitigation. ARCH. Hazards. meanings and related definitions. • Disaster profile of India. • Management of Relief Camp. • Issues in Environmental Health. Case Studies of different Project Works like Bhuj. • Role of Remote Sensing. SYLLABUS FOR FIVE YEARS B. . Periods per week Subject Code 1327 Subject L Disaster Management 0 T 0 P 2 Scheme of Examination FE / ESE SE TA 0 0 25 Total Marks 25 Credit [L+{(T+P)/2}] 1 UNIT 1 UNIT 2 UNIT 3 UNIT 4 UNIT 5 Note: Introduction: • Types of disaster. • New Initiative. • Resource & Material Management. Science & Technology.

Note: Sessionals shall be evaluated in the form of small exercises / practical projects. Introduction to basic understanding of Architectural application software. 4. data handling with access. Sketchup. Introduction and basic applications of operating software: like Windows. excel. building simulation. access. PageMaker.NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY.ARCH.). . Archicad etc. Corel draw. 2. Open Office etc. walkthrough. and Word processing software: MS Office (word. DEGREE COURSE (A Ten semester integrated course) THIRD SEMESTER B. SYLLABUS FOR FIVE YEARS B. etc. introduction to GIS like Arcview. Revit. Mapinfo. photoshop. such as Auto cad 2D and 3D modeling (creating shades and shadows. ARCH. attaching materials and rendering). 3D studiomax. Periods per week Subject Code 1328 Subject L Computer Application in Architecture 0 T 0 P 3 Scheme of Examination FE / ESE SE TA 25 0 30 Total Marks 55 Credit [L+{(T+P)/2}] 2 1. power point etc. – formatting and putting formula in excel. RAIPUR. Introduction to basic understanding of other software like Architectural Desktop. 3. Advanced professional application of software in rendering techniques. Basic understanding of other applicable software for energy auditing. 5. etc. and design build etc. animations like Maya.

NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY RAIPUR PROPOSED NEW SCHEME OF EXAMINATION FOR TEN SEMESTER INTEGRATED COURSE OF B. ARCH.No. Subject Code Subject Periods per week L Architectural Design IV Building Construction and Technology IV Structural Design and Systems IV Surveying and Levelling Human Settlements and Vernacular Architecture History of Architecture. Art and Culture II Architectural Design IV Studio Building Construction and Technology IV Studio Energy Efficient Architecture Measure Drawing & Study Tour Discipline TOTAL 14 4 15 455 200 2 2 3 2 3 2 0 0 0 0 T 0 0 2 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 P 0 0 0 3 0 0 6 3 2 1 Scheme of Examination FE/ ESE TA SE 0 70 70 70 70 70 50 25 30 0 50 30 30 30 30 30 0 0 0 0 100 75 20 20 30 50 0 0 0 30 20 345 Total Marks Credit [L+{(T+P)/2}] 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 1411 1412 1413 1414 1415 1416 1421 1422 1427 1428 1429 150 175 120 120 130 150 50 25 30 30 20 1000 2 2 4 4 3 3 3 2 1 1 1 26 .(APPLICABLE FROM 2010-11) FOURTH SEMESTER S.

Periods per week Subject Code 1411 Subject L T 0 P 0 Scheme of Examination FE / ESE SE TA 0 50 100 Total Marks 150 Credit [L+{(T+P)/2}] Architectural Design-IV 2 2 This subject aims at developing in students the skill to design building and small settlements with consideration to natural and manmade parameters. along with relevant Building codes. Note: Sessional will be in the form of drawings and models along with project report for the design dealt. The assignments shall be Design of independent bungalows. SYLLABUS FOR FIVE YEARS B. slides. duplex type and their cluster or grouping etc. There should be regular site visits / case studies of buildings. The design shall be handled with study of natural environmental factors. The evaluation shall be done in intermediate reviews consisting of internal and external experts. . Two time problems (as class tests) are to be conducted in class other than regular design problems. activities in them. their impact and consideration by human settlements of a town or a part of a city. farmhouses.NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY. Emphasis on aspects like – climatic considerations and relationship with life style. especially housing along with the study of Open spaces. ARCH. RAIPUR. toilets etc. DEGREE COURSE (A Ten semester integrated course) FOURTH SEMESTER B. so as to document them with the help of photographs.ARCH. consideration of design detailing in kitchens. combined units. etc.

• R. • Dead.C. ARCH. Balconies and Stairs: • Balconies in R. 3. Canopies: • Designing of Porch. • Flying. etc.C. • Showcases • Bookshelf .C. • Fire proof roofing / flooring. etc. All units/questions will be compulsory.ARCH. . Built in furniture: • Wardrobe • Cupboard • Kitchen cabinet • Shelf. • Stone slab roofing. racks. Canopies in R. Periods per week Subject Code 1412 Subject L Building Construction and Technology IV 2 T 0 P 0 Scheme of Examination FE / ESE SE TA 70 30 75 Total Marks 175 Credit [L+{(T+P)/2}] 2 UNIT 1 UNIT 2 UNIT 3 UNIT 4 UNIT 5 Shoring: • Raking. under construction or Constructed. rain water drainage systems.C. and steel (including tubular). • Steel balconies. to explain the above topics. • Stairs (steel and timber). 2. almirahs.C. Sessional work shall be done as scaled drawings on drawing sheets and freehand drawings along with occasional visits to construction sites. DEGREE COURSE (A Ten semester integrated course) FOURTH SEMESTER B. in canopy. There shall be regular site visits to buildings. • Fixing details of lighting fixtures.C. Use of audio-visuals should be stressed. SYLLABUS FOR FIVE YEARS B. RAIPUR. • Stone floor on girder support. roof with timber flooring. Note: 1.NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY. In theory examination there will be a separate question from each unit with choice within the unit/question. • Designing of Covered ways in steel & R. Special flooring and roofing: • Industrial steel floor.C.C.

I.NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY.C. STRUCTURE DESIGN – I (L. Periods per week Subject Code 1413 Subject L Structural Design and Systems . SYLLABUS FOR FIVE YEARS B. All units/questions will be compulsory.S. ARCH. Sessionals work shall include assignments/tests on the above topics. In theory examination there will be a separate question from each unit with choice within the unit/question. 3. Design of flanged beam. code 456 is permitted in examination.ARCH. 2.IV 3 T 2 P 0 Scheme of Examination FE / ESE SE TA 70 30 20 Total Marks 120 Credit [L+{(T+P)/2}] 4 R.S.M) UNIT 1 UNIT 2 UNIT 3 UNIT 4 UNIT 5 Analysis and design of singly and doubly reinforced beam. RAIPUR. Design of slab (one way & two way ) Design of axially loaded column and column footing (Isolated) Design of stair cases (Dog legged and open well) Note: 1. . DEGREE COURSE (A Ten semester integrated course) FOURTH SEMESTER B.C.

ARCH. Note: 1. RAIPUR. drawings. Class work and fieldwork of the above subject should be oriented towards the layout of buildings and preparation of measured drawings. • Errors in plain table. All units/questions will be compulsory.NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY. . • Levelling staff. • Interrelationship of bubble tube axis. 3. Students should also be taken to site visits for explaining the practical aspects of surveying. volumes and other quantities. • Horizontal and vertical control. • Line of collimation and vertical axis. • Working with plain table. • Chain line. Periods per week Subject Code 1414 Subject L Surveying and Leveling 2 T 1 P 3 Scheme of Examination FE / ESE SE TA 70 30 20 Total Marks 120 Credit [L+{(T+P)/2}] 4 UNIT 1 UNIT 2 UNIT 3 UNIT 4 UNIT 5 Introduction of surveying: • Aspects of surveying for the Architect. • Formulae used in measurement of land with geometrical and abstract configurations to work out Areas. • Advantage and disadvantage. SYLLABUS FOR FIVE YEARS B. • Setting out a pipe line. Chain survey: • Instrument used. 2. ARCH. • Temporary adjustment. in assignment seminar form. Offset. and experiments etc. • Field book plotting. check lines. Plain table surveying: • Introduction. tie line. In theory examination there will be a separate question from each unit with choice within the unit/question. DEGREE COURSE (A Ten semester integrated course) FOURTH SEMESTER B. • Introduction of contouring. • Equipment required. • Selection of survey station. technical term used in levelling. oblique offset. • Staking out a highway. ranging. Sessional work should include reports. • Setting out a building and structure (complete layout). Levelling: • Various parts of dumpy level. • Equipment for setting out. Construction surveying: • Introduction. • Fly levelling (study of reciprocal levelling).

g. • Human settlements during Medieval period (Western and Indian). Periods per week Subject Code 1415 Subject L Human Settlements and Vernacular Architecture 3 T 0 P 0 Scheme of Examination FE / ESE SE TA 70 30 30 Total Marks 130 Credit [L+{(T+P)/2}] 3 UNIT 1 UNIT 2 UNIT 3 UNIT 4 UNIT 5 Human Settlements-I • Early human settlements — Causal factors and pattern of development. • Human settlements during ancient Roman period. • Materials and techniques of construction in vernacular architecture. .ARCH. neighbourhood planning.) • Study of new towns and towns developed after industrial revolution. • Human settlements of River valleys civilization (e. Human Settlements-II • Human settlements during ancient Greek period. seminars and notes on above mentioned topics. • Study of vernacular architecture for various regions in India. All units/questions will be compulsory. • Canonical patterns as per various Indian texts. Vernacular Architecture • Introduction and characteristics of vernacular architecture. etc. ARCH. Sessional shall be in the form of reports. Garden city. SYLLABUS FOR FIVE YEARS B. 2.) • Early Vedic civilization patterns. Egyptian civilization. various philosophies.NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY. Note: 1. Human Settlements-III • Human settlements during Renaissance period.— oriental and occidental. (For example. • Human settlements in India during Islamic period. Utopian concepts. In theory examination there will be a separate question from each unit with choice within the unit/question. etc. Modern Human Settlements • Modern planning concepts. DEGREE COURSE (A Ten semester integrated course) FOURTH SEMESTER B. Satellite townships. • Effects of Industrial Revolution on planning of cities (history and present scenario). Indus-valley civilization. • Human Settlements in India during colonial period. RAIPUR.

Course would be run through lectures. public buildings. Baroque and modern ) • Development of Arts After Medieval — Occidental (Early Islamic. modern) Western Classical Architecture —Greek and Roman (with examples from temples. . architectural philosophy. DEGREE COURSE (A Ten semester integrated course) FOURTH SEMESTER B.) • North Indian • South Indian Christian Architecture (Churches) • Early Christian • Byzantine Romanesque and Gothic (Churches) • Study of various European styles with construction techniques. Periods per week Subject Code 1416 Subject L History of Architecture.II 2 T 1 P 0 Scheme of Examination FE / ESE SE TA 70 30 50 Total Marks 150 Credit [L+{(T+P)/2}] 3 UNIT 1 UNIT 2 UNIT 3 UNIT 4 UNIT 5 History of Arts and Culture -II: • Development of Arts after Medieval Period—Oriental (Renaissance. architectural features. ARCH. Colonial. SYLLABUS FOR FIVE YEARS B. 3. Note: 1. seminars. construction techniques. Gothic. Rococo. 4. public buildings. aesthetical principles. The discussions should be based on selected examples highlighting the aesthetical values. 2. Mughal. Sessional shall be in the form of small reports.ARCH.NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY. palaces etc. In theory examination there will be a separate question from each unit with choice within the unit/question. Art and Culture. materials used and philosophy of construction. RAIPUR. palaces etc. Sketches on above-mentioned topics. All units/questions will be compulsory.) • Orders • Visual Corrections • Construction techniques Brahmanical and Jain Architecture: (with examples from temples. Audiovisuals and site visits to various buildings.

0 IV Studio 0 T 6 P Scheme of Examination FE / ESE SE TA 50 0 0 Total Marks 50 Credit [L+{(T+P)/2}] 3 The subject is a lab (studio) oriented subject and hence. The works done as sessionals will be evaluated by internal and external examiners at the end semester examination.NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY. SYLLABUS FOR FIVE YEARS B.ARCH. Periods per week Subject Code 1421 Subject L Architectural Design. RAIPUR. ARCH. For conduction of the practical (viva-voce) examination one external and one internal examiner may be appointed for a group of 15-20 students. the syllabus as specified in Architectural Design-IV (1411) will be the same. DEGREE COURSE (A Ten semester integrated course) FOURTH SEMESTER B. .

. SYLLABUS FOR FIVE YEARS B. The works done as sessionals will be evaluated by internal and external examiners at the end semester examination. Periods per week Subject Code 1422 Subject L Building Construction and Technology-IV Studio 0 T 0 P 3 Scheme of Examination FE / ESE SE TA 25 0 0 Total Marks 25 Credit [L+{(T+P)/2}] 2 The subject is a lab (studio) oriented subject and hence.NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY. ARCH. DEGREE COURSE (A Ten semester integrated course) FOURTH SEMESTER B.ARCH. RAIPUR. For conduction of the practical (viva-voce) examination one external and one internal examiner may be appointed for a group of 15-20 students. the syllabus as specified in Building Construction and Technology-IV (1412) will be the same.

in assignment seminar form.NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY. Study of solar radiation on earth surface. SYLLABUS FOR FIVE YEARS B. Study of energy efficient building material and construction techniques. availability and reserves of conventional and non-conventional energy sources. Active solar architecture. 2. estimation and analysis. 5. Studio problem. Types. Introduction to solar energy efficient architecture. ARCH. drawings. Special design and planning detailing. Measurement. with reference to solar radiation. Introduction to wind oriented architecture. Note: Sessional work should include reports. . 3. (b) Through appropriate use of climatology (c) Through appropriate design and planning of buildings. RAIPUR. 4. Design and planning of building considering winds. Case study national and international examples.ARCH. DEGREE COURSE (A Ten semester integrated course) FOURTH SEMESTER B. Periods per week Subject Code 1427 Subject L Energy Efficient Architecture 0 T 0 P 2 Scheme of Examination FE / ESE SE TA 30 0 0 Total Marks 30 Credit [L+{(T+P)/2}] 1 1. angles. Passive solar architecture. Assessment of energy consumption in a building and methods of energy conservation: (a) Through minimizing wastages. and experiments etc. study and analysis of micro level wind. Orientation of building.

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S.No. Subject Code Subject Periods per week L Architectural Design V Building Construction and Technology V Structural Design and Systems V Building Services and Equipments I Building Bye-laws and Codes of Practices History of Architecture, Art and Culture III Architectural Design V Studio Building Construction Technology V Studio Working Drawing I TOTAL 2 2 3 3 2 2 0 0 0 14 T 0 0 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 5 P 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 3 5 14 Scheme of Examination FE/ ESE TA SE 0 70 70 70 70 70 50 25 30 455 50 30 30 30 30 30 0 0 0 200 100 75 20 20 30 50 0 0 50 345 Total Marks Credit
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pavilions. clubs. The evaluation shall be done in intermediate reviews consisting of internal and external experts. Periods per week Subject Code 1511 Subject L T 0 P 0 Scheme of Examination FE / ESE SE TA 0 50 100 Total Marks 150 Credit [L+{(T+P)/2}] Architectural Design-V 2 2 The subject aims at developing creativity for designing imaginative built forms with application of principles and theory of architectural design and philosophies of contemporary architects. There should be regular site visits to buildings. gathering places. Emphasis shall be given more on three-dimensional studies to develop an understanding for man and space relationship and also relevant building byelaws. residential complexes. ARCH. so as to document them with the help of photographs. slides. polyclinics. cafés.e. including organization and detailing of open spaces with an aim to learn working with practical limitations.ARCH. sport complexes. There should be variety of problems in the studio work with changing focus for each problem from theory to construction techniques (local) and site layouts. Religious buildings. DEGREE COURSE (A Ten semester integrated course) FIFTH SEMESTER B. SYLLABUS FOR FIVE YEARS B. etc. dealt in studio problems. museums. RAIPUR. hospitals. Design problems shall include problems of simple and complex nature i. community halls.NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY. art galleries. factories. Two time problems (as class tests) are to be conducted in class other than regular design problems. . The attempt is towards developing one’s own language and philosophy of architecture to guide towards exploring alternative building forms for different activities which help in understanding the relationship of structure and possibilities in building forms. Note: Sessional will be in the form of drawings and models along with Technical report for the design dealt.

Note: 1. Use of audio-visuals should be stressed. waterproofing and roof light. Sessional work shall be done as scaled drawings on drawing sheets and freehand drawings along with occasional visits to construction sites. to explain the above topics. Finishes and surface treatments • Study of expansion joints. • Metal and aluminium sectioned curtain wall. grills. jali. ARCH. • Side hung doors • Revolving doors. • Rolling shutter • Collapsible gates. insulation. DEGREE COURSE (A Ten semester integrated course) FIFTH SEMESTER B. There shall be regular site visits to buildings. etc.ARCH. • Design and construction details of fixed glazing • Study of compound wall (including advance type) with security arrangement • Study of wicket gate and large entrance gates rolling on wheels. • Study of details of various methods of common interior finishes. • R. . its advantages. curtain wall • Special purpose curtain wall with reflective glazing. All units/questions will be compulsory. Periods per week Subject Code 1512 Subject L Building Construction and Technology V 2 T 0 P 0 Scheme of Examination FE / ESE SE TA 70 30 75 Total Marks 175 Credit [L+{(T+P)/2}] 2 UNIT 1 UNIT 2 UNIT 3 UNIT 4 UNIT 5 Special openings-I • Design and Constructional details of sliding. • Study of details of various methods of common façade treatments.C. and ladders. shading. under construction or Constructed. • Sliding windows in timber • Sliding windows in metal Special openings-II • Fully glazed door.NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY. In theory examination there will be a separate question from each unit with choice within the unit/question. structural glazing. RAIPUR. 2. SYLLABUS FOR FIVE YEARS B. Special entrances • Study of steel railing. 3.C. Curtain walls • Introduction to curtain wall construction. • Sliding folding. etc. in metal.

Sessionals work shall include assignments/tests on the above topics. for industrial building (no detail design) Note: 1. Steel table & I. SYLLABUS FOR FIVE YEARS B. DEGREE COURSE (A Ten semester integrated course) FIFTH SEMESTER B. • Element of Industrial building (no design). ARCH. • Types.     . code 800 is permitted in examination. Periods per week Subject Code 1513 Subject L Structural Design and Systems V 3 T 2 P 0 Scheme of Examination FE / ESE SE TA 70 30 20 Total Marks 120 Credit [L+{(T+P)/2}] 4 STRUCTURE DESIGN-II (STEEL STRUCTURE) UNIT 1 UNIT 2 UNIT 3 UNIT 4 UNIT 5 Steel joint and connection Design of compression member Design of tension member Design of steel beam (simple and built up beam) Industrial building: • Introduction. • Planning. • Roof and side covering. • Only design steps. RAIPUR.ARCH. 3.S. In theory examination there will be a separate question from each unit with choice within the unit/question. 2.NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY. All units/questions will be compulsory.

Manholes. functions and constructional details. disposal. All units/questions will be compulsory. • Study of Disposal systems for domestic effluent from fitting to sewer line. • Study of refuse chutes and service floors in multistoried buildings. • Study of Indian standards and plumbing byelaws (NBC). along with study of fixtures. Septic tanks. Periods per week Subject Code 1514 Subject L Building Services and Equipments-I 3 T 1 P 0 Scheme of Examination FE / ESE SE TA 70 30 20 Total Marks 120 Credit [L+{(T+P)/2}] 4 The subject aims at developing the understanding and knowledge of fundamentals of all types of services required in a building. apartments. UNIT 4 Water Supply-I • Sources of water. Soak pits. UNIT 5 Water Supply-II • Study of water storage and supply network. In theory examination there will be a separate question from each unit with choice within the unit/question. RAIPUR. public buildings etc. their placement.ARCH. • Water treatment for domestic purpose. • General introduction to various sanitary fitting & fixtures. DEGREE COURSE (A Ten semester integrated course) FIFTH SEMESTER B.NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY. UNIT 1 Sanitation-I • Basic principles of sanitation • Introduction to modern plumbing system. • Calculation of water supply requirements based on Indian standards (BIS and NBC). and Public sewage line. construction of joints and laying of pipes. UNIT 3 Sanitation-III • Importance of sanitary services in the economics of buildings. • Planning & design for disposal of urban /rural effluent. block of houses. ARCH. • Quality of potable water. • Recycling of water. • Architectural approach to plan the domestic water storage facilities and water distribution system in a building and settlement. Inspection chambers. fittings. equipments and construction details thereof. treatment. 2. • Rain water harvesting system. UNIT 2 Sanitation-II • Study of various types of sanitary pipes. Note: 1. and recycle of urban /rural effluent including wastewater and city solid wastes. • Study of low cost sanitary systems (SULABH COMPLEXES) and other CBRI details. • Study of Traps. • Study of storm water disposal at site and settlement level. Sessional will be prepared in the form of sanitation schemes. • Various methods of collection. types of water. To learn various equipments and fittings available in the market and to prepare basic design layout of various services and its details. . water supply schemes and design of toilets of the given building or buildings. accessories. SYLLABUS FOR FIVE YEARS B. • Study of internal & external drainage system including study of duct for various buildings including small residences.

sky plane. and collection of cases regarding professional practice in the field. zoning controls. Building Bye-Laws-I • Building bye-laws with respect to various plot sizes. commercial. parts of buildings (as per NBC). DEGREE COURSE (A Ten semester integrated course) FIFTH SEMESTER B. police powers. All units/questions will be compulsory.. RAIPUR. • Development control and aesthetic control bye-laws. sound and HVAC (as per NBC). • Eminent domain. In theory examination there will be a separate question from each unit with choice within the unit/question. Periods per week Subject Code 1515 Subject L Building Bye-Laws and Codes of Practices 2 T 1 P 0 Scheme of Examination FE / ESE SE TA 70 30 30 Total Marks 130 Credit [L+{(T+P)/2}] 3 UNIT 1 UNIT 2 UNIT 3 UNIT 4 UNIT 5 Introduction: • Building bye-laws – their need and importance. advantages. • Other building standards including state and municipal byelaws Development controls at settlements level. open spaces. residential. air funnel. SEZ etc. • Study of building bye-laws . hospitals. • Lighting.means of access. airport. building types and height restrictions. • Sub-division regulations. . Note: 1.) • Coastal area regulations. front and rear angles. landslides etc. Special regulation: • Codal provision for disaster mitigation (earthquake.ARCH.NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY. urban floods. • Fire fighting regulations • Parking regulations Building Bye-Laws-II • Building bye-laws for special zones viz. etc. SYLLABUS FOR FIVE YEARS B. • Land development standards and municipal byelaws in various states. ARCH. Cinema theatres. Sessional shall be in form of exemplary assignments to be submitted as notes. 2.

Periods per week Subject Code 1516 Subject L History of Architecture. architectural features.NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY.ARCH. SYLLABUS FOR FIVE YEARS B. Sessional shall be in the form of reports. 4. Sketches on above-mentioned topics. DEGREE COURSE (A Ten semester integrated course) FIFTH SEMESTER B. . The discussions should be based on selected examples highlighting the aesthetical values. Art and Culture. materials used and philosophy of construction. ARCH. Course would be run through lectures. seminars. Audiovisuals and site visits to various buildings.III 2 T 1 P 0 Scheme of Examination FE / ESE SE TA 70 30 50 Total Marks Credit [L+{(T+P)/2}] 150 3 UNIT 1 UNIT 2 UNIT 3 UNIT 4 UNIT 5 Renaissance Architecture: • Italian • French • English • German Early Islamic Architecture • Development of ancient Islamic Architecture (global) • Development of Islamic Architecture (Indian) pre-Mughal rule (Delhi Sultanate) Indian Islamic Provincial Architecture — • Central India • East India • West India • South India Indian Islamic Architecture during Mughal Rule • Pre Akbar period • Akbar –Jahangir period • Reign of Shajahan • Aurangzeb and after Colonial Architecture • Introduction • Regional influence • Indo-saracenic style • Influence of early industrialization Note: 1. RAIPUR. construction techniques. 2. 3. All units/questions will be compulsory. In theory examination there will be a separate question from each unit with choice within the unit/question.

Periods per week Subject Code 1521 Subject L Architectural Design-V Studio 0 T 0 P 6 Scheme of Examination FE / ESE SE TA 50 0 0 Total Marks 50 Credit [L+{(T+P)/2}] 3 The subject is a lab (studio) oriented subject and hence. RAIPUR. DEGREE COURSE (A Ten semester integrated course) FIFTH SEMESTER B. The works done as sessionals will be evaluated by internal and external examiners at the end semester examination. SYLLABUS FOR FIVE YEARS B. . ARCH.NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY. For conduction of the practical (viva-voce) examination one external and one internal examiner may be appointed for a group of 15-20 students. the syllabus as specified in Architectural Design-V (1511) will be the same.ARCH.

SYLLABUS FOR FIVE YEARS B. DEGREE COURSE (A Ten semester integrated course) FIFTH SEMESTER B. Periods per week Subject Code 1522 Subject L Building Construction and Technology-V Studio 0 T 0 P 3 Scheme of Examination FE / ESE SE TA 25 0 0 Total Marks Credit [L+{(T+P)/2}] 25 2 The subject is a lab (studio) oriented subject and hence. RAIPUR.NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY. ARCH. The works done as sessionals will be evaluated by internal and external examiners at the end semester examination. For conduction of the practical (viva-voce) examination one external and one internal examiner may be appointed for a group of 15-20 students. . the syllabus as specified in Building Construction and Technology-V (1512) will be the same.ARCH.

Periods per week Subject Code 1527 Subject L Working Drawing . 3. Introduction to various building components and precise purpose of set of working drawings. ARCH. 5. RAIPUR. footing detail • Beam (ground beam and plinth beam). Study of building byelaws for various construction details. DEGREE COURSE (A Ten semester integrated course) FIFTH SEMESTER B. .beam detail • Sill level plan. The sessional marks will be based upon the portfolio submitted and internal viva.slab beam detail • Frame detail Note: Sessional shall be in the form of full set of working drawing and design details of given building.ARCH. 1. 2.NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY. Preparations of check list as guide for list of working drawings. One set of working drawing of any load bearing structure along with large-scale details of any specifically designed situations. Method of representing various contents & specific information in working drawings.I 0 T 0 P 5 Scheme of Examination FE / ESE SE TA 30 0 50 Total Marks 80 Credit [L+{(T+P)/2}] 3 The aim of this subject is to train the students to enable them to make the detailed and accurate drawings so as to be executed in construction on site. SYLLABUS FOR FIVE YEARS B. List of drawings: • Corporation drawing • Center line plan • Excavation plan • Footing layout plan. Study of each drawing with reference to specification & schedules of various building materials. schedule of openings • Lintel level plan • Slab level . 4. Preparation of municipal drawings and importance of working drawing as a legal document and tender document.

Costing and Specifications Modern Architecture Architectural Design VI Studio Building Construction and Technology VI Studio Working Drawing II Discipline TOTAL 14 4 15 455 200 345 .NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY RAIPUR PROPOSED NEW SCHEME OF EXAMINATION FOR TEN SEMESTER INTEGRATED COURSE OF B.No.(APPLICABLE FROM 2010-11) SIXTH SEMESTER S. ARCH. Subjec t Code Subject Periods per week L Architectural Design VI Building Construction and Technology VI Structural Design and Systems VI Building Services and Equipments II (Electrical & Mechanical) T 0 0 2 1 0 1 0 0 0 P 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 3 6 Scheme of Examination FE/ ESE TA SE 0 70 70 70 70 70 50 25 30 50 30 30 30 30 30 0 0 0 100 75 20 20 30 50 0 0 30 20 Total Marks Credit [L+{(T+P)/2}] 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 1611 1612 1613 1614 1615 1616 1621 1622 1627 1628 2 2 3 3 2 2 0 0 0 150 175 120 120 130 150 50 25 60 20 1000 2 2 4 4 2 3 3 2 3 1 26 Estimation.

RAIPUR. dealt in studio problems. . Exercises related to public buildings i. in addition to the major design problems. The evaluation shall be done in intermediate reviews consisting of internal and external experts. The design projects to be dealt in the studio should respond to the importance of structure. DEGREE COURSE (A Ten semester integrated course) SIXTH SEMESTER B.ARCH. SYLLABUS FOR FIVE YEARS B. commercial centre. hospital.NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY. Study and incorporation of building byelaws should be complete in this Semester. slides. videocassettes etc. Note: Sessional will be in the form of drawings and models along with Technical report for the design dealt. stress should be given on the interior treatment of small and large spaces.VI 2 2 This program gives special emphasis on role of technology in architecture. cinema. Simultaneously. Periods per week Subject Code 1611 Subject L T 0 P 0 Scheme of Examination FE / ESE SE TA 0 50 100 Total Marks 150 Credit [L+{(T+P)/2}] Architectural Design. sports complex & educational buildings on sloping/flat sites. ARCH. so as to document them with the help of photographs. There should be regular site visits to buildings.e. Freedom in design is to be given with preliminary introduction of importance and role of byelaws in building design. auditorium. services and acoustical treatments. Minimum one time problem is to be attempted in class.

• Formwork of slabs. ramps. shallow foundations.C. • Grillage foundations. 3. ARCH. • R. • Formwork of foundation with column. 2.C.       .C. • Formwork of Staircases & Ramps. In theory examination there will be a separate question from each unit with choice within the unit/question.ARCH. All units/questions will be compulsory. to explain the above topics. There shall be regular site visits to buildings.NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY.C. DEGREE COURSE (A Ten semester integrated course) SIXTH SEMESTER B.C. • Raft foundations. • Special Foundations.C. Use of audio-visuals should be stressed. • Foundations for workshops and machines. Foundation II: • Various types of Pile foundations. RAIPUR. Foundation I: • R. Periods per week Subject Code 1612 Subject L Building Construction and Technology VI 2 T 0 P 0 Scheme of Examination FE / ESE SE TA 70 30 75 Total Marks 175 Credit [L+{(T+P)/2}] 2 UNIT 1 UNIT 2 UNIT 3 UNIT 4 UNIT 5 Beams: • Simply supported • Continuous • Cantilever • Inverted • L & T beams • Lintels & chhajjas • Details at odd junctions • Formwork of beams. column footings. SYLLABUS FOR FIVE YEARS B. Note: 1. under construction or Constructed. Slab: • One way • Continuous • Two way slab • Flat slab • Waffle slab • Reinforced brick slab. Sessional work shall be done as scaled drawings on drawing sheets and freehand drawings along with occasional visits to construction sites. Staircases & Ramps: • Types of staircases • Detail of R.

NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY.ARCH.D. Note: 1. All units/questions will be compulsory. DEGREE COURSE (A Ten semester integrated course) SIXTH SEMESTER B. In theory examination there will be a separate question from each unit with choice within the unit/question. Kani’s method (continuous beam only) Column analogy for beam with different moments of Inertia. Sessionals work shall include assignments/tests on the above topics. 2. ARCH. RAIPUR. Periods per week Subject Code 1613 Subject L Structural Design and Systems VI 3 T 2 P 0 Scheme of Examination FE / ESE SE TA 70 30 20 Total Marks 120 Credit [L+{(T+P)/2}] 4 STRUCTURE ANALYSIS UNIT 1 UNIT 2 UNIT 3 UNIT 4 UNIT 5 Slope deflection method in simply supported and cantilever beams for point load and U.L.     . SYLLABUS FOR FIVE YEARS B. Moment distribution method (Beam only) Approximate method for an analysis of frames by portal and cantilever method.

large and multistoried buildings of various types viz. total of 42 marks) from Electrical services and 2 questions (of 14 marks each. accessories and equipment used in various types of air-conditioning along with their construction details and basic load calculations. 2.C. commercial. waterproof and spark proof installations. circuit breakers etc.ARCH. Electrical services + Mechanical services). operation and construction details.e. industrial jobs etc. • Schematic diagram of electric installations with use of symbols. home assignments. earthing. SECTION-A (ELECTRICAL) UNIT 1 Basic Electrical Services: • Fundamentals of electricity. RAIPUR. Stadiums. offices etc. Cinemas. SECTION-B (MECHANICAL) • The fundamental principles of Psychometrics and heat transfer. DEGREE COURSE (A Ten semester integrated course) SIXTH SEMESTER B. • Designing of lighting for various types of buildings like residential. 3. equipments and systems for fire safety of buildings. UNIT 3 Illumination: • Principles of lighting including calculations for desired illumination on different working planes for various activities like reading. function. Note: 1. (particularly high rise) including study of their function. • Study of special fixtures like lightning conductors. (Including calculations. duct design and layout with constructional details. total of 28 marks) from Mechanical services. • Study of various fixtures. residential. SYLLABUS FOR FIVE YEARS B. Swimming pools. • Principles of wiring. writing. UNIT 2 Planning and design of electrical services in various types of buildings: • Calculation of electric load and its phasing. Theaters. There will be separate question papers from Electrical services and Mechanical services having 3 questions (of 14 marks each. • Over illumination controlling measures. public. escalators including study of their operation. Flood. drawing. • Lighting for special purposes viz. and installation thereof. Indirect. Assembly halls. (i. UNIT 5 layouts and design details. Focus light etc. Religious buildings etc along with study of Direct. Concealed. Restaurants. schematic layout/drawing for layout of installation of various electrical and mechanical services in given building. Exhibitions.. • Appliances. fittings. fixtures.) • Lifts and movable walkways. The sessional shall be in form of notes. industrial etc. domestic works. Periods per week Subject Code 1614 Subject L Building Services and Equipments-II (Electrical &Mechanical) T 1 P 0 Scheme of Examination FE / ESE SE TA 70 30 20 Total Marks 120 Credit [L+{(T+P)/2}] 3 4 The subject aims at developing the understanding and knowledge of fundamentals of all types of services required in a building. The passing marks will be the sum of both sections. ARCH. educational.NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY. • A. stabilizers. accessories and equipments used in installation of electrical services in small. . UNIT 4 • Methods of Air conditioning. To learn various equipments and fittings available in the market and to prepare basic design layout of various services and its details. Fittings. • Study and application of relevant rules and regulations of Electricity boards.

ARCH. Standard Mode of measurements. Imprest. Measurement book. R. Measurement of work for interim and final certificates for payment to contractors.NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY. etc. frame structure and steel frame structure. Establishment charges etc. • Rate analysis. Competent authority. Payment on accounts. C. All units/questions will be compulsory. item of completed works) • Standard clauses/ instructions for various items of work for the contractor. Architect. RAIPUR. Working up and Billing. specifications affecting cost. Sessionals shall be in form of exemplary assignments to be submitted as notes. • Data required for making an estimate. • Methods and Contents of technical report and proposals for obtaining administrative/technical/financial approval/sanctions. Specifications-II: • Specification for a structure from excavation up to finishing in superstructure. and collection of cases regarding professional practice in the field. owner. Suspense account. • Material specification (timber and its products. Deposit work. materials used in roofing and roof covering. ARCH. Periods per week Subject Code 1615 Subject L Estimation. metals. sub. SYLLABUS FOR FIVE YEARS B. In theory examination there will be a separate question from each unit with choice within the unit/question. Examples and exercises for above from excavations to finishing. their necessity and other items created for change of specifications. Note: 1. DEGREE COURSE (A Ten semester integrated course) SIXTH SEMESTER B. Commercial abbreviations.) • Exercise on specification writing of load bearing structure. C. . Introduction to Estimation: • Types of estimates. • Method of specification writing (trade wise practice. Methods of estimation and rate analysis: • Mensuration. Materials site account. water proofing materials. • Methods of preparing estimates. Technical sanction. Issue rates. • Introduction to Quantity Survey. • Explanation of extra items. Methods and procedure of taking off abstractions. Indent of Stores. Cost of materials and labour for various works. 2. General terms: • Administrative approval.contractor. Costing and Specifications 2 T 0 P 0 Scheme of Examination FE / ESE SE TA 70 30 30 Total Marks 130 Credit [L+{(T+P)/2}] 2 UNIT 1 UNIT 2 UNIT 3 UNIT 4 UNIT 5 Specifications-I: • Importance and methods of drafting specification in buildings • Use of Indian standard specification and PWD/ CPWD handbook. Schedule of rates. Muster roll.

seminars. Design Parameters of Modern Architecture • Communication and Interpretations of Modern and Contemporary Architecture based on study of literature and existing buildings to understand design parameters principles process.ARCH. Louis Kahn. construction techniques. nano architecture. Mass. Order. . Balance. Structure. Philip Johnson. Harmony. • Study of environmental design and technology with reference to trend setting works of contemporary architects. Rhythm. The discussions should be based on selected examples highlighting the aesthetical values. engineers etc. architectural features. Note: 1. • Relationship of modern architecture with modern Arts. Accentuation etc. Sketches on above-mentioned topics. Organization. Works of Architects: • Study of Modern Architecture based on works and concepts of exemplary Indian and Non-Indian modern architects in 20th and 21st century like Louis Sullivan. Void. Scale. RAIPUR. In theory examination there will be a separate question from each unit with choice within the unit/question. Axis. Contrast. Periods per week Subject Code 1616 Subject L Modern Architecture 2 T 1 P 0 Scheme of Examination FE / ESE SE TA 70 30 50 Total Marks 150 Credit [L+{(T+P)/2}] 3 UNIT 1 UNIT 2 UNIT 3 UNIT 4 UNIT 5 Introduction of Modern Architecture • Effect of industrialization and development of modern architecture. • Review of the development of Architecture on global level related to all influencing factors regarding evolution of styles. • Futuristic trends —utopian architecture. • Introduction to Non-conventional architectural trends — bio mimicry. DEGREE COURSE (A Ten semester integrated course) SIXTH SEMESTER B. L. Course would be run through lectures. deconstruction etc. intelligent buildings. Sessional shall be in the form of reports. Trends of Modern Architecture: • Relationship of modern architecture with social-cultural developments. Proportion. Michael Graves. etc. 3. materials used and philosophy of construction and culture. based on the comparison between the past development and modern movement. designers. Symbolism. All units/questions will be compulsory. Determinants of Physical forms: • Understanding the determinants of physical form viz: Space. SYLLABUS FOR FIVE YEARS B. Charles Correa. Le Corbusier.NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY. and programme-formulation for design. Wright. Datum. Surface. 2. F. methods. Ecologists. ARCH. • Movement of Modernism including various Architectural and aesthetical philosophies and concepts. Audiovisuals and site visits to various buildings. 4.

SYLLABUS FOR FIVE YEARS B.NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY. the syllabus as specified in Architectural Design-VI (1611) will be the same. For conduction of the practical (viva-voce) examination one external and one internal examiner may be appointed for a group of 15-20 students. The works done as sessionals will be evaluated by internal and external examiners at the end semester examination. ARCH. RAIPUR.ARCH. DEGREE COURSE (A Ten semester integrated course) SIXTH SEMESTER B. Periods per week Subject Code 1621 Subject L Architectural VI Studio Design 0 T 0 P 6 Scheme of Examination FE / ESE SE TA 50 0 0 Total Marks 50 Credit [L+{(T+P)/2}] 3 The subject is a lab (studio) oriented subject and hence. .

RAIPUR.ARCH. The works done as sessionals will be evaluated by internal and external examiners at the end semester examination. .NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY. DEGREE COURSE (A Ten semester integrated course) SIXTH SEMESTER B. the syllabus as specified in Building Construction and Technology-VI (1612) will be the same. Periods per week Subject Code 1622 Subject L Building Construction and Technology-VI Studio 0 T 0 P 3 Scheme of Examination FE / ESE SE TA 25 0 0 Total Marks Credit [L+{(T+P)/2}] 25 2 The subject is a lab (studio) oriented subject and hence. SYLLABUS FOR FIVE YEARS B. ARCH. For conduction of the practical (viva-voce) examination one external and one internal examiner may be appointed for a group of 15-20 students.

methodologies etc have been already taught. One set of complete working drawing of a framed structure with emphasis of building services. The preliminaries. The sessional marks will be based upon the portfolio submitted and internal viva.ARCH. Note: Submission of the sessional shall be in the form of full set of working drawing and design details of given building. DEGREE COURSE (A Ten semester integrated course) SIXTH SEMESTER B. SYLLABUS FOR FIVE YEARS B. RAIPUR. 1. ARCH. . Periods per week Subject Code 1627 Subject L Working Drawing .NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY.II 0 0 T 6 P Scheme of Examination FE / ESE SE TA 30 0 30 Total Marks 60 Credit [L+{(T+P)/2}] 3 The subject is a continuation of the subject (1527).

. conduct. DEGREE COURSE (A Ten semester integrated course) SIXTH SEMESTER B. Periods per week Subject Code 1628 Subject L Discipline – T – P – Scheme of Examination FE / ESE SE TA – – 20 Total Marks 20 Credit [L+{(T+P)/2}] 1 The marks of this subject are based on the yearly performance.NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY. active participation. SYLLABUS FOR FIVE YEARS B. discipline and attendance of the students. behaviour. ARCH.ARCH. RAIPUR.

Urban Design 2.1. Housing Elective – II: . Subject Code Subject Periods per week L Architectural Design VII Building Construction and Technology VII Advanced Structural Design and Systems Town Planning and Landscape Project Introduction Elective .1.No.NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY RAIPUR PROPOSED NEW SCHEME OF EXAMINATION FOR TEN SEMESTER INTEGRATED COURSE OF B. ARCH. Advanced Computing . Art in Architecture 3. Architectural Conservation 3.(APPLICABLE FROM 2010-11) SEVENTH SEMESTER S.II TOTAL 2 2 3 3 2 2 0 0 0 14 T 0 0 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 5 P 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 3 5 14 Scheme of Examination FE/ ESE TA SE 0 70 70 70 0 70 50 25 50 405 50 30 30 30 100 30 0 0 0 270 100 75 20 20 50 30 0 0 30 325 Total Marks Credit [L+{(T+P)/2}] 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1711 1712 1713 1714 1715 1716 1721 1722 1727 150 175 120 120 150 130 50 25 80 1000 2 2 4 4 3 3 3 2 3 26 Elective – I: .I Architectural Design VII Studio Building Construction Technology VII Studio Elective . Interior Design 2.

The evaluation shall be done in intermediate reviews consisting of internal and external experts. site potentials and constraints. RAIPUR. Note: Submission of the Sessional will be in the form of drawings and models along with Technical report for the design dealt. DEGREE COURSE (A Ten semester integrated course) SEVENTH SEMESTER B. Multistoreyed building with use of lifts. Computer Centres. Factories.ARCH. Hotel. In the design studio stress shall be given on building design with use of modern technology. There should be regular site visits to buildings. SYLLABUS FOR FIVE YEARS B. ARCH. . escalators. Periods per week Subject Code 1711 Subject L Architectural Design VII 2 T 0 P 0 Scheme of Examination FE / ESE SE TA 0 50 100 Total Marks 150 Credit [L+{(T+P)/2}] 2 1. dealt in studio problems. Film Studios. videocassettes etc. Two time problems. in addition to regular studio assignment shall be given.NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY. Problem should be of different nature in terms of scale.g. parking and fire fighting. 2. E. so as to document them with the help of photographs. slides. air conditioning etc. Apartments. Stress is also to be given on detailing of the services. Multi-storeyed offices. Commercial Centres etc.

Partitions and screens. under construction or Constructed. ARCH. including interior of shops for storage. UNIT 5 Design details of different types of counters for various shops. display etc. All units/questions will be compulsory. post offices. bar counters etc. sound proof construction including various types of materials and construction details. lining. Note: 1. Sessional work shall be done as scaled drawings on drawing sheets and freehand drawings along with occasional visits to construction sites. Use of audio-visuals should be stressed. Various interior and exterior surface treatments such as cladding.ARCH. In theory examination there will be a separate question from each unit with choice within the unit/question. DEGREE COURSE (A Ten semester integrated course) SEVENTH SEMESTER B. . Periods per week Subject Code 1712 Subject L Building Construction and Technology VII 2 T 0 P 0 Scheme of Examination FE / ESE SE TA 70 30 75 Total Marks 175 Credit [L+{(T+P)/2}] 2 Design and drawing of constructional details of: UNIT 1 UNIT 2 UNIT 3 UNIT 4 Shop fronts. banks. Wall panelling. jewellers store. general merchandise shops.NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY. 2. 3. RAIPUR. There shall be regular site visits to buildings. rendering etc. to explain the above topics. SYLLABUS FOR FIVE YEARS B. Suspended ceilings and false flooring for services.

In theory examination there will be a separate question from each unit with choice within the unit/question. Design of column (Biaxial bending) (By using S. 5. Periods per week Subject Code 1713 Subject L Advanced Structure Design and Systems 3 T 2 P 0 Scheme of Examination FE / ESE SE TA 70 30 20 Total Marks 120 Credit [L+{(T+P)/2}] 4 ADVANCED R. Computer aided design of structure (with SAP or other relevant software) could be taught in tutorial classes.C. 2. SYLLABUS FOR FIVE YEARS B. SRTUCTURE DESIGN (L. .S. RAIPUR. Design of beam curved in plan. I.S. ARCH. All units/questions will be compulsory.M) UNIT 1 UNIT 2 UNIT 3 UNIT 4 UNIT 5 Design of combined footings (rectangular).ARCH. 16 shall be permitted in examination. Sessionals work shall include assignments/tests on the above topics.P.C.16).P. Detailing of Earthquake Resistance construction • Introduction • Cyclic behaviour of concrete and reinforcement • Significance of ductility • Ductility of beam • Design for ductility • Detailing for ductility Note: 1. DEGREE COURSE (A Ten semester integrated course) SEVENTH SEMESTER B.NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY. 4. Computer aided practical classes could be taken up. Design of flat slab. 3. code 456 and S.

Various policies and programs of State and Central Government. • Legal aspects of planning –police power. RAIPUR. exploratory theories. Inner city development. survey methods. Urban local bodies. Submission of Sessional work shall be done as plan proposal for small town planning scheme. speculative theories etc.development plans. DEGREE COURSE (A Ten semester integrated course) SEVENTH SEMESTER B. development controls. Other aspects of planning: • Introduction to housing – typology. 3. Land acquisition act. ARCH. design of roads. In theory examination there will be a separate question from each unit with choice within the unit/question. housing. Landscape Planning: • Brief introduction to landscape architecture • Role of landscape planning • Landscape as a tool in planning • Environmental consideration in landscape planning • Hierarchy of open spaces • Social forestry. Introduction to planning processes • Zoning. There shall be visits to office of town and country planning to understand the process and problems. 2. Periods per week Subject Code 1714 Subject L Town Planning and Landscape 3 T 1 P 0 Scheme of Examination FE / ESE SE TA 70 30 20 Total Marks 120 Credit [L+{(T+P)/2}] 4 This course is intended to give elementary knowledge of subject pertaining to town planning. UNIT 1 Principles of Planning: • Types of planning • Elements of planning • Surveys • Landuses • Character • Densities. site layout of urban or rural sites drawn to scale. • Introduction to transport planning – Network characteristics. eminent domain. • Systems approach.NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY. • Types of plans. UNIT 2 UNIT 3 UNIT 4 UNIT 5 Note: 1. zoning regulations • Site planning. . SYLLABUS FOR FIVE YEARS B. mixed scanning approach. infrastructure and policies. All units/questions will be compulsory. choice theory. • Planning process • Master plan (Development plan) and its components Planning techniques and theories: • Approaches to physical planning • Internal structures of town. Intersections. structure plans. action plans.ARCH. standards. • Various theories of planning like landuse theory. specific Acts like Land Ceiling (and Regulation).

Report writing: • Styles. etc. • Social research vis-à-vis architectural research. Sketches etc. ARCH. Dissertation on Thesis: • The objective of introducing dissertation is to develop the research aptitude and its presentation in the form of seminar. • Logical argumentation. • Simulation and modeling research. • Formation of scope and limitation. DEGREE COURSE (A Ten semester integrated course) SEVENTH SEMESTER B. Note: • • The topic shall be selected by the student must consultation with the coordinator and the guide. • Qualitative research.ARCH. RAIPUR. • Data collection – process and methods. Periods per week Subject Code 1715 UNIT 1 Subject L Project Introduction 2 T 1 P 0 Scheme of Examination FE / ESE SE TA 0 100 50 Total Marks 150 Credit [L+{(T+P)/2}] 3 UNIT 2 UNIT 3 UNIT 4 UNIT 5 Definition: • What is research – formation of hypothesis? • Types of research. • Bibliography writing • Citation. The dissertation work will be evaluated a stages and the final report shall be submitted type written neatly on standard A-1 size paper of one side only in single spacing (max. • Co-relational research. • Salient features. The work shall be done on any topic known theories. • Analysis – statistical and other. • Case studies and combined strategies.NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY. SYLLABUS FOR FIVE YEARS B. • Output of research. The final presentation will be in the form of seminar. established practices etc related to the field of architecture. It is advisable that the selected topic may have relevance with the proposed topic of thesis. Formation of research methodology: • Formation of goal. Various types of Architectural researches: • Interpretive historical research. . • Experimental and quari-experimental research. 15 pages) supplemented with photographs pasted at appropriate places.

edges. Vocabulary of Urban Design • Vocabulary of Urban Design. Sessional assignment will be based on case studies of old and new townships. ARCH. Urban conservation. urban character. Density etc. accent and contrast. symbolism. texture. • Design principles. streets. Case examples of aesthetic controls in various cities. • Aesthetical Legislations. Case examples from various periods in history and different parts of the world. precinct. balance. division of space.   . • Introduction to Urban Heritage. paths. Urban Patterns. • Designing parts of the city: Systems of communication and utility. All units/questions will be compulsory. techniques and other contextual factors. SYLLABUS FOR FIVE YEARS B. • Barrier free design Visual Composition • Principles of visual composition. • Various elements of urban spaces through history. vista etc. mall etc. scale. materials. • Analysis of Urban Legislations of Delhi. square. form. activity patterns. Mumbai etc. Periods per week Subject Code 1716 Subject L Elective-I: Urban Design 2 T 1 P 0 Scheme of Examination FE / ESE SE TA 70 30 30 Total Marks 130 Credit [L+{(T+P)/2}] 3 To appreciate the nature and role of various facets of Urban Design in the making of the built environment. proportion. districts. • Concept of sense of place and space. • Concept of spaces and structures as examples of Public Arts. climate. • Determinants and factors of urban forms such as landform. characteristics and problems of implementation and enforcement. Urban design legislation and Urban Renewal • Role of legislation and controls in the built environment. • Figure-background relationship Urban spaces • Types of urban spaces. • Concepts of Imageability. landmarks. Elements of the city’s image. harmony. city centres. rhythm. fabric. etc. Visual survey. landscape features etc. 2. along with proposal for urban design scheme for the same other situations. focal point. datum. — their characteristics. scale and enclosure • Case studies of well known urban spaces from various periods of history to illustrate their design and performance aspects. Urban renewal practices. visual expression.ARCH. piazza. socio-cultural factors. texture etc. role and interrelationship. complexes etc. DEGREE COURSE (A Ten semester integrated course) SEVENTH SEMESTER B. Grain. UNIT 2 UNIT 3 UNIT 4 UNIT 5 Note: 1. symmetry. In theory examination there will be a separate question from each unit with choice within the unit/question. Role of public places in the contemporary city.NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY. nodes. sequence of spaces. their basis. RAIPUR. colour. Role of Urban Arts Commission. UNIT 1 Introduction to the role and scope of Urban Design: • Introduction: Relationship with architecture and Town Planning.

adoption and adaptation. DEGREE COURSE (A Ten semester integrated course) SEVENTH SEMESTER B. • Classification of conservation — cultural.   . Acts relation to conservation of heritage structures. • Various methods/legislations adopted for encouraging conservation. building in context. • Various aspects of conservation of natural and manmade environment. RAIPUR. its importance and methods. ASI. All units/questions will be compulsory. • Role of INTACH.e. Cultural Heritage • Concept of heritage structures • Various methods adopted for conservation of heritage structures in India and Abroad. ARCH. • Various methods applied for conservation of architectural buildings with examples. Conservation management • Methodologies to be adopted for conservation management. 2. UNIT 1 History and modes of architectural conservation • Definition • Importance & need of conservation. reconstruction. restoration. • Theories of identification and conservation of heritage structures.NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY. preservation. Process of Conservation • Listing and documentation. maintenance. historical. ICOMOS. Sessional assignment will be based on selection of a conservation project & presentation of proposal in seminars. • Measures of conservation i. Periods per week Subject Code 1716 Subject L Elective-I: Architectural Conservation 2 T 1 P 0 Scheme of Examination FE / ESE SE TA 70 30 30 Total Marks 130 Credit [L+{(T+P)/2}] 3 The subject has been introduced to inculcate in students importance and need of maintenance of continuation in development with due respect to the development in the past. • Case studies in conservation related to adoptive reuse. In theory examination there will be a separate question from each unit with choice within the unit/question.ARCH. urban areas. Conservation Legislations: • Study of various charters. urban conservation. protection. and other organizations. UNIT 2 UNIT 3 UNIT 4 UNIT 5 Note: 1. SYLLABUS FOR FIVE YEARS B. UNESCO.

SYLLABUS FOR FIVE YEARS B. Housing terminology. Core housing. housing for disaster prone areas.   . Note: 1. • Housing scenario in Indian context. • National and State Housing policies. Periods per week Subject Code 1716 Subject L Elective-I: Housing 2 T 1 P 0 Scheme of Examination FE / ESE SE TA 70 30 30 Total Marks 130 Credit [L+{(T+P)/2}] 3 UNIT 1 UNIT 2 UNIT 3 UNIT 4 UNIT 5 Introduction: • Introduction to housing. • Slums and squatters. 2.ARCH. • Low-rise high density. RAIPUR. Sessional assignment will be based on unit 5 and will be presented in form of seminars. • Study of housing density. • Housing at micro to macro level. methodologies and inferences. • Environmental consideration. legislation and byelaws. • Affordable housing. ARCH. High-rise high density housing Housing Strategies • Government housing strategies • Housing survey. Housing typology (construction and economic considerations) • Housing Infrastructure. standards. Housing Policies • Framing housing policy for a proposed scheme with consideration to nature of development. All units/questions will be compulsory. DEGREE COURSE (A Ten semester integrated course) SEVENTH SEMESTER B. • Systems approach to housing. Community housing. Informal housing.NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY. High-rise low density. Housing scenario: • Need of housing in Indian and Global context. scope. Industrial housing. Housing finance: • Role of financial institutions • Co-operative housing schemes • Gramin Bank Model • Government measures for slum upgradation and rehabilitation. In theory examination there will be a separate question from each unit with choice within the unit/question. Housing shortage in urban and rural areas.

0 VII Studio 0 T 6 P Scheme of Examination FE / ESE SE TA 50 0 0 Total Marks 50 Credit [L+{(T+P)/2}] 3 The subject is a lab (studio) oriented subject and hence.NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY. . ARCH. Periods per week Subject Code 1721 Subject L Architectural Design. RAIPUR. The works done as sessionals will be evaluated by internal and external examiners at the end semester examination.ARCH. SYLLABUS FOR FIVE YEARS B. For conduction of the practical (viva-voce) examination one external and one internal examiner may be appointed for a group of 15-20 students. the syllabus as specified in Architectural Design-VII (1711) will be the same. DEGREE COURSE (A Ten semester integrated course) SEVENTH SEMESTER B.

The works done as sessionals will be evaluated by internal and external examiners at the end semester examination.NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY. RAIPUR. Periods per week Subject Code 1722 Subject L Building Construction and Technology-VII Studio 0 T 0 P 3 Scheme of Examination FE / ESE SE TA 25 0 0 Total Marks 25 Credit [L+{(T+P)/2}] 2 The subject is a lab (studio) oriented subject and hence. DEGREE COURSE (A Ten semester integrated course) SEVENTH SEMESTER B. . SYLLABUS FOR FIVE YEARS B. ARCH.ARCH. For conduction of the practical (viva-voce) examination one external and one internal examiner may be appointed for a group of 15-20 students. the syllabus as specified in Building Construction and Technology-VII (1712) will be the same.

ceilings etc. • Generating character in interiors through use of materials. styles etc. • Furniture. SYLLABUS FOR FIVE YEARS B. Services in interior design: • Impact of elements used for thermal comfort. UNIT II UNIT III UNIT IV UNIT V Note: Sessional shall be prepared in the form of notes and sketches. Theatres. visual controls. Drawing halls. texture. • Decorative features like paintings.NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY. along with the impact of visual experience on the total space character. Hotels. • Upholstery. • Impact of the interior space on human psychology and behavior. Assembly Halls etc. • Water bodies. Offices. Design scheme: • Complete design scheme of interiors for spaces having different uses and requirements such as Reception halls.ARCH. geometrical disciplines. Waiting lounges. etc. illusions with their separate and combined impact.carpets and other floor coverings. Flexibility. drapery. • Abstract and formal configuration. ARCH. Periods per week Subject Code 1727 Subject L Elective-II: Interior Design 0 T 0 P 5 Scheme of Examination FE / ESE SE TA 50 0 30 Total Marks 80 Credit [L+{(T+P)/2}] 3 This subject aims at developing a holistic approach towards design by considering internal space utilization. Residential spaces. • Procedure of Interior design. Grouping. • Principles of space planning through Orientation. Materials in interior: • Surfaces. Form. UNIT I Introduction • Understanding the role of interior design in total design process. • Rugs . • Electrical wiring system and fixtures • Acoustical treatment in interiors and their role in design. planes. light sources and fixtures. Elements and components of interior design • Study of considerations for interior design such as Space. Exhibition halls. • Illumination. colors. Furniture arrangements. Circulation. sculptures. foyers. floor . • Building services etc and design measures to handle them. walls. DEGREE COURSE (A Ten semester integrated course) SEVENTH SEMESTER B. RAIPUR. . on above topics. lose and built-in. viz. planters and plantation. Privacy. schematic and scale drawings etc. Color. • Historical background of interior design on global level. Restaurants.

Note: Submission of the sessionals shall be prepared in the form of notes and sketches. • Origin of Views —European perspective and Indian views. whose purpose is to combine historical research with creative approaches to art and its meanings. schematic and scale drawings etc. • Number symbolism in context of Vedic to Middle ages (Europe). • Representation of modern art in architecture. ARCH. RAIPUR. Art and computer. • Façade measurement Arts by trigonometry.) • Spheres in architecture • Geometric patterns in Architecture • Solids —concepts of Archimedes. musical expression in architecture • Vitruvius’ & Michael Angelo’ proportions etc. Periods per week Subject Code 1727 Subject L Elective-II: Art in Architecture 0 T 0 P 5 Scheme of Examination FE / ESE SE TA 50 0 30 Total Marks 80 Credit [L+{(T+P)/2}] 3 This course is a lecture/seminar oriented course. . • Symbolism in architecture —myths and celestial themes —art frames.ARCH. The course will allow students to develop familiarity with the critical issues surrounding architecture and public art in urban space from historical eras. while also applying that knowledge to a particular example of public art in India.NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY. Plato. on above topics. SYLLABUS FOR FIVE YEARS B. The course will cover the following broad areas: • Geometry in art and architecture (golden ratio etc. DEGREE COURSE (A Ten semester integrated course) SEVENTH SEMESTER B.

Basic knowledge and use of software’s like ArchiCAD. Periods per week Subject Code 1727 Subject L Elective-II: Advanced Computing 0 T 0 P 5 Scheme of Examination FE / ESE SE TA 50 0 30 Total Marks 80 Credit [L+{(T+P)/2}] 3 1. Advanced use of AutoCAD. 4. .ARCH. DEGREE COURSE (A Ten semester integrated course) SEVENTH SEMESTER B. Revit. etc. Animation preparation of Walkthrough of building projects. Auto LISP. SYLLABUS FOR FIVE YEARS B. VB. Use of rendering software’s like 3DStudioMax. RAIPUR. 2.NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY. etc. 3. Basic knowledge of other calculating software’s like SPSS. C++. ARCH. Sketchup. etc. etc. Mat lab. 6. 5. Note: Submission of the sessionals shall be in the form of small exercises and written assignments. Programming (simple) in software’s like C. Adobe Photoshop. Maya. etc.

Modular Coordination and Industrialized Building 2. ARCH. Visual Communication Elective – IV: - . Environmental Planning 3. Sustainable Architecture 2.NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY RAIPUR PROPOSED NEW SCHEME OF EXAMINATION FOR TEN SEMESTER INTEGRATED COURSE OF B. Intelligent Building 3.IV Discipline TOTAL 15 0 18 340 60 3 4 8 0 0 T 0 0 0 0 0 P 0 4 0 9 5 Scheme of Examination FE/ ESE TA SE 70 70 0 150 50 30 30 0 0 0 30 50 450 0 50 20 600 Total Marks Credit [L+{(T+P)/2}] 1 2 3 4 5 6 1811 1812 1813 1823 1824 1825 130 150 450 150 100 20 1000 3 6 8 5 3 1 26 Elective – III: - 1.III Thesis Project Thesis Project Studio Elective .No.(APPLICABLE FROM 2010-11) EIGHTH SEMESTER S. Subject Code Subject Periods per week L Professional Practice Elective . Construction Management 1. Landscape Design 4.

DEGREE COURSE (A Ten semester integrated course) EIGHTH SEMESTER B. Role of design staff and supporting managerial staff. RAIPUR. UNIT 1 • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Profession vocation. Sessional shall be in form of exemplary assignments to be submitted as notes. expense. architectural professional association in its role and responsibilities. social obligations of profession. execution of works and payments. methods and importance of valuation UNIT 2 UNIT 3 UNIT 4 UNIT 5 Note: 1. All units/questions will be compulsory. Condition of engagement and scale of professional fees. Copyright Act as applicable to architectural work. vocational and legal aspects of architectural practice. Duties and liabilities of architects. Concept of Contract. duties and liabilities of contractors. Architectural competitions.Tender qualifications and registration of contracts. Council of Architecture. Arbitration. 2. Periods per week Subject Code 1811 Subject L Professional Practice 3 T 0 P 0 Scheme of Examination FE / ESE SE TA 70 30 30 Total Marks 130 Credit [L+{(T+P)/2}] 3 Introduction to the professional. and collection of cases regarding professional practice in the field.ARCH. ancient light etc. Role of Valuers Types . passage. Articles of agreement. Pre. trade union vis-à-vis professional activities. security and selection system. SYLLABUS FOR FIVE YEARS B. In theory examination there will be a separate question from each unit with choice within the unit/question. Personal management and training responsibilities. the Act.NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY. its applications. Office organizations and management.   . Architects Act 1972/87. structure. and its scope. ARCH. Laws pertaining to property matters like Right of easements. its role and responsibilities. Tenders types and the process of calling. Code of professional conduct. Introduction to Valuation. salaries and overheads.

• Integration of PV and wind systems in the building. • Global environment and the built environment. health and global environment as related to the construction and operation of buildings. Periods per week Subject Code 1812 Subject L Elective-III: Sustainable Architecture 4 T 0 P 4 Scheme of Examination FE / ESE SE TA 70 30 50 Total Marks 150 Credit [L+{(T+P)/2}] 6 UNIT 1 UNIT 2 UNIT 3 UNIT 4 UNIT 5 Introduction to sustainability • Introduction to the ideas. • Solid waste treatment.NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY. • Principles of environmentally and ecologically supportive architecture. 2. • Solar thermal applications for heating and cooling • Self Electricity generation in buildings. Case studies on specific contemporary sustainable architecture examples in India and abroad. Study of sustainable practices • Study of sustainable architecture through traditional practices • Use of energy. Sessional shall be in form of exemplary assignments to be submitted as notes. and collection of cases regarding professional practice in the field. ARCH. • Hybrid systems. Note: 1. • Economics and management. In theory examination there will be a separate question from each unit with choice within the unit/question. RAIPUR. • Sewerage treatment. wind solar and other renewable energy systems. Sustainable and conservation practices • Water conservation. materials. issues and concepts of sustainable Architecture. DEGREE COURSE (A Ten semester integrated course) EIGHTH SEMESTER B. • Modelling and simulation of energy systems. SYLLABUS FOR FIVE YEARS B. Energy systems • Low energy design. .ARCH. All units/questions will be compulsory.

RAIPUR.ARCH. DEGREE COURSE (A Ten semester integrated course) EIGHTH SEMESTER B. ARCH. • Main spheres of environmental planning ie bio physical environment. • Water pollution. In theory examination there will be a separate question from each unit with choice within the unit/question. • land Pollution • Noise pollution.NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY. planning measures and legal tools to control: • Air pollution. All units/questions will be compulsory.leed.   Note: 1.griha etc. etc ENVIRONMENTAL POLICIES AND LEGISLATION • The wild life (protection) act • The air act • The Water act 1974 • The forest conservation act • The environmental protection act • Notification on coastal regulation zone • Worlds summits to safeguard the environment and • Different energy audits like RT2000. surveys and other observations and will be presented in form of seminars. SYLLABUS FOR FIVE YEARS B. ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT TOOLS • Advanced techniques and tools for predicting environmental constraints. socio economic environment and built environment etc.   . The sessional assignments will be based on case studies with data collection. • Sustainable human development. ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY Evaluation of factors.basix. • Importance and methods of Environmental impact assessment. CASE STUDIES • Various international summits • National and international examples and awareness programs. Periods per week Subject Code 1812 Subject L Elective-III: Environmental Planning 4 T 0 P 4 Scheme of Examination FE / ESE SE TA 70 30 50 Total Marks 150 Credit [L+{(T+P)/2}] 6 UNIT 1 UNIT 2 UNIT 3 UNIT 4 UNIT 5 FACTORS AND PARAMETERS • Elements of environmental planning. • Area of environmental planning assessment. 2.

RAIPUR.R. • Phasing of activities. • Project Assessment & project cost jobs size. liason with owners and their representatives. • Project programming. updating and monitoring. 2. • Resource balancing.E. Project monitoring: • C. Periods per week Subject Code 1812 Subject L Elective-III: Construction Management 4 T 0 P 4 Scheme of Examination FE / ESE SE TA 70 30 50 Total Marks 150 Credit [L+{(T+P)/2}] 6 UNIT 1 UNIT 2 UNIT 3 UNIT 4 UNIT 5 Introduction: • Introduction to project management concepts. • Modern management concepts.M.T. • Gantt’s approach.ARCH. project programming. checking and certifying with coordination of all building activities. recording. and collection of cases regarding professional practice in the field. bar charts. Sessional shall be in form of exemplary assignments to be submitted as notes. In theory examination there will be a separate question from each unit with choice within the unit/question.P. ARCH. goals and different aspects of management. project report. . time and cash contract. • Traditional management system. reviewing. All units/questions will be compulsory. • Project control. time estimates etc. quality and quantity controls. SYLLABUS FOR FIVE YEARS B. divisions of responsibilities. constructionfinancing facilities etc. their application.   Note: 1. objectives. Construction Management: • Conditions of contract.NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY. feasibility study. • Programme scheduling. DEGREE COURSE (A Ten semester integrated course) EIGHTH SEMESTER B. P. & other one-dimensional techniques for project planning scheduling and control.

ARCH. The subject will have to be approved at the beginning of the eighth semester. . drawings. RAIPUR. PROJECT Each student will select a subject of an architectural interest in consultation with the committee appointed by the Head / Principal of the Dept.NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY. Periods per week Subject Code 1813 Subject L Thesis Project 8 T 0 P 0 Scheme of Examination FE / ESE SE TA 0 0 450 Total Marks 450 Credit [L+{(T+P)/2}] 8 OBJECTIVES All the four years of learning architectural design and allied subjects culminate in design thesis project to motivate a student in investigative attitude individual methodology. The thesis project shall be submitted in the form of bound report. DEGREE COURSE (A Ten semester integrated course) EIGHTH SEMESTER B. models etc. in a manner as stipulated in THESIS MANUAL on the date prescribed by the University. SYLLABUS FOR FIVE YEARS B. The evolution of the thesis project will be continuous and the student will have to give at least three seminars / submission.ARCH. / Institution. Thus to train in handling projects independently.

NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY. DEGREE COURSE (A Ten semester integrated course) EIGHTH SEMESTER B. SYLLABUS FOR FIVE YEARS B. .ARCH. RAIPUR. Periods per week Subject Code 1823 Subject L Thesis Project Studio 0 T 0 P 9 Scheme of Examination FE / ESE SE TA 150 0 0 Total Marks 150 Credit [L+{(T+P)/2}] 5 The subject is a lab (studio) oriented subject and hence. The works done as sessionals will be evaluated by internal and external examiners at the end semester examination. ARCH. the syllabus as specified in Thesis Project (1813) will be the same. For conduction of the practical (viva-voce) examination one external and one internal examiner may be appointed for a group of 15-20 students.

Modular Architecture and Co-ordination: • Basic management policies in modular co-ordination. etc. scope and limitations of modular architecture. • Pre-stressed and post-tensioned modular systems. • Various materials used in modular architecture. on above topics. RAIPUR.ARCH.NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY. Periods per week Subject Code 1824 Subject L Elective-IV: Modular Co-ordination and Industrialized building 0 T 0 P 5 Scheme of Examination FE / ESE SE TA 50 0 50 Total Marks Credit [L+{(T+P)/2}] 100 3 UNIT 1 UNIT 2 UNIT 3 UNIT 4 UNIT 5 Development of Modular Architecture: • Development of theories of modular architecture. • Study of CBRI and SERC works. • Application of Industrialisation in Mass Housing. • Socio-economic situations. • Prefabricated structures: their uses with examples and techniques of constructions. spatial requirements. . roofs. • Scope & limitations on applicability in industrial housing etc. Triple S System. doors and windows. Aspects of industrialisation: • Case Studies of Industrialised Buildings in India and abroad. DEGREE COURSE (A Ten semester integrated course) EIGHTH SEMESTER B. etc. Introduction & origins of the Industrialised Concept: • Definition of Industrialisation. • Study of historical background of industrialized building in other countries. • Use of latest construction techniques like Tunnel form system. ARCH. • Advantages. schematic and scale drawings etc. Introduction to Modular Systems: • Various elements of buildings that could be modular walls. • The Indian experience. Note: Submission of the sessionals shall be prepared in the form of notes and sketches. partitions. SYLLABUS FOR FIVE YEARS B.

effective communication of architectural concepts to user.NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY. RAIPUR. • Expectations of user. • various models of Building Intelligence. • Responsive buildings. Services • Demands on building and services. • Study of issues related to site. shell. Note: The Sessional assignment will include collection of information from various sources including treatises in vernacular languages. Coordination between life cycle. services and technology. • Automated buildings. ARCH. • Use of building intelligence in energy management. . life cycles. Facility Management • Study of Concepts of Management of facilities. Intelligent design and construction • Effective Space utilisation. • Study of development of Computer Integrated Building from single function systems to integrated solutions. Key Issues for Intelligent Buildings • Multiple activity settings. Periods per week Subject Code 1824 Subject L Elective-IV: Intelligent Building 0 T 0 P 5 Scheme of Examination FE / ESE SE TA 50 0 50 Total Marks Credit [L+{(T+P)/2}] 100 3 UNIT 1 UNIT 2 UNIT 3 UNIT 4 UNIT 5 Introduction • Introduction & Origins of the Intelligent Buildings Concept. • Importance and study of planning and operational techniques for facility management. skin. • Introduction to building efficiency with respect to life cycle costs. • Control systems. SYLLABUS FOR FIVE YEARS B. • Generic analysis of space utilization. Locating people and information. The same will be presented in reports and seminars.ARCH. DEGREE COURSE (A Ten semester integrated course) EIGHTH SEMESTER B. building technologies. • Definition and characteristics of Intelligent Buildings with brief history and contemporary concept. • Models for shared space use. case studies of important buildings and proposals in light of above study. • The development of briefing process including design activity and building elements.

grading process & methods of estimating earth volumes. RAIPUR. SYLLABUS FOR FIVE YEARS B. their functional & aesthetical considerations in landscape design. water & plants as landscape elements. etc. • Contemporary Landscape Architecture. slopes for various outdoor functional activities. Periods per week Subject Code 1824 Subject L Elective-IV: Landscape Design 0 T 0 P 5 Scheme of Examination FE / ESE SE TA 50 0 50 Total Marks Credit [L+{(T+P)/2}] 100 3 The objective of this subject is to introduce students about landscape architecture thereby enhancing the outdoor environmental quality in architectural design. . Principles and design philosophy of history of landscape architecture • Mughal • Japanese gardens • Renaissance • 18th century – Brownian • 19th century – Botanical gardens. court yards. • • • • • UNIT 2 UNIT 3 UNIT 4 UNIT 5 Note: Submission of the sessionals shall be prepared in the form of notes and sketches. • Complete landscape design schemes for situations ranging from residential landscape to settlements considering all the above aspects along with land grading. • Man made elements in landscape design-lamp posts. kinds of paving materials. sign boards. road side plantation. Land. UNIT 1 Definition of landscape its scope and importance in architecture Planning levels of landscape planning (micro to macro level). ARCH. treatment of ground surfaces. indoor areas. selection of plant materials for roof gardens. atriums. near water bodies. • Dutch Landscape • English Landscape. • Design characteristics of plants. on above topics. parking areas. information needed for landscape survey.NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY. fertilizers etc. etc. Role of Landscape Architecture in Sustainable Development Landscape design process. avenues. fences etc. • Plantation – Understanding plant material as a design tool. garbage bins. schematic and scale drawings etc. gardening notes including study of soil. surface runoff calculations & design of surface drainage system.ARCH. DEGREE COURSE (A Ten semester integrated course) EIGHTH SEMESTER B.

and built environment. point of reference and framing. videocology and sketches with documentation of historical and modern architectural examples. on above topics.ARCH. DEGREE COURSE (A Ten semester integrated course) EIGHTH SEMESTER B. The course is to cover the following: • Study of Visual Language . SYLLABUS FOR FIVE YEARS B. • Meaning of our festivals. schematic and scale drawings etc. RAIPUR. videography. built form and built environment as a visual communication medium. form and meaning. the nature of religious ceremonies and other cultural diversities. Periods per week Subject Code 1824 Subject L Elective-IV: Visual Communication 0 T 0 P 5 Scheme of Examination FE / ESE SE TA 50 0 50 Total Marks Credit [L+{(T+P)/2}] 100 3 This is a lecture/seminar based course for developing conceptual skills and design processing in the context of communication. • Analysis of Aesthetics. ARCH. To provide the students to gain broad-based visual communication design skills with an emphasis on ideas. grids. • Relationship of colour. compositions and layout in 2 and 3 dimensional spaces.critical study of visual elements. features and principles. Form in nature. • Study on Indian thought and philosophy and its relation to visual communications. various Indian symbols and the process by which they are represented in Architecture through visual communication. . The course is to develop visual communication skills through photography.the structure of Appearance. • Viewpoints. Note: Submission of the sessionals shall be prepared in the form of notes and sketches. • Relationship between syntactic. mythology. Exploration of visual images with analogies from nature and relating those to architectural forms. semantics and pragmatics. • Principles of visual dynamics and its analysis in 2D and 3D • Spatial relationship.NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY. built form. that prepares them for better representation of architecture.

conduct.NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY. discipline and attendance of the students. SYLLABUS FOR FIVE YEARS B. active participation. DEGREE COURSE (A Ten semester integrated course) EIGHTH SEMESTER B. behaviour.ARCH. . ARCH. Periods per week Subject Code 1825 Subject L Discipline – T – P – Scheme of Examination FE / ESE SE TA – – 20 Total Marks 20 Credit [L+{(T+P)/2}] 1 The marks of this subject are based on the yearly performance. RAIPUR.

NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY RAIPUR PROPOSED NEW SCHEME OF EXAMINATION FOR TEN SEMESTER INTEGRATED COURSE OF B.No. (APPLICABLE FROM 2010-11) NINTH AND TENTH SEMESTER S.ARCH. Subject Code Subject Periods per week L Professional Training TOTAL       0 0 T 0 0 P 40 40 Scheme of Examination FE/ TA ESE SE 500 500 0 0 500 500 Total Marks Credit [L+{(T+P)/2}] 1 11021 1000 1000 20 x 2 40 .

NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY. SYLLABUS FOR FIVE YEARS B.(PHASE-II) Periods per week Subject Code 11021 Subject L Professional Training 0 T 0 P 40 Scheme of Examination FE / ESE SE TA 500 0 500 Total Marks 1000 Credit [L+{(T+P)/2}] 20 x 2 Students can proceed for Phase-II (Professional Training) only after acquiring pass grades in all eight semesters (Phase-I). There would be no examination at the end of Ninth Semester. The examination form of Tenth Semester should be filled as per the schedule of the institute. So there is no need fill examination form for Ninth Semester. RAIPUR. The student has to appear for the viva examination as per the exam as per schedule announced by the Institute at the end of the training period. The students are required to get fresh admission for Tenth Semester at the date as declared by the Institute (in between the training period) as per the norms of the ‘Ordinance and Regulations’. Arch degree. the training report (in stipulated format with drawings) along with the certificate by the employer to the effect that he / she has completed training satisfactorily for a period of two semesters.   . ARCH. The students will have to complete practical training under a registered architect for a period of two semesters (one year) so as to qualify for obtaining the final B. The candidate will have to submit to the Department. DEGREE COURSE (A Ten semester integrated course) NINTH AND TENTH SEMESTER B.ARCH.