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Landscape Architecture (SPAV)

Duration - Duration 2 Years

Semesters - Four

Eligibility - CGPA of 6.5 on a 10-point scale (or equivalent) or 60% marks in case of Open/OBC candidates in qualifying degree, whereas in case of SC/ST candidates a CGPA of 6.0 on a 10-Point scale (or equivalent) or 55% marks in qualifying degree will be applicable or the applicable GoI norms adopted by the institute from time to time. EWS shall be as per the GoI norms.

Intake - 20

Objective - The key objective of the programme is to develop an overall understanding of landscape design and its related aspects such as the history of landscape architecture, contemporary landscapes, environmental/ecological issues, geological / drainage patterns, watershed, hydrological principles, etc. Besides, the curriculum also deals with natural, cultural, and social systems that affect the design decisions, as well as the language and literature of landscape architecture.

Credits - 120 (@30 / semester)

Marks - 4000 (@1000/semester)

Fee -

1st Year - Rs.55,500/-

2nd Year - Rs.44,200/-

Landscape Architecture is a profession concerned with both the built and natural environments. Landscape architects have a firm commitment to improving the quality of both environments through careful planning and design.

In the past, landscape architects were known as designers of gardens and parks. Today landscape architects are continuing this tradition, but have also expanded the field to include planning, design and management of several aspects of the physical environment. They are also specialists in site planning, which require the expertise of an architect and also detailed technical knowledge of soils, structures and services.

This degree programme aims at imparting proficiency in landscape assessment and design techniques by employing ecological principles while keeping in view socio-economic and cultural considerations. The programme covers a variety of subject areas such as plant systems and processes, plants and design, landscape engineering, eco-system analysis and field ecology, etc