Q: What is the principal objective of this course?
A: The principal objective of this course is to train architects in tackling conservation issues in the planning level, interpreting history in a modern context, dealing with structural issues and documentation of cultural and historic heritage buildings.
Q: What are the top career profiles associated with this field?
A: The career profiles associated with this field are mentioned below:
1. Architect Engineer
2. Architecture Professor
3. Building Inspector
Q: What is the minimum qualification required for this degree?
A; The minimum qualification is (Bachelor of Architecture) or any equivalent course in a relevant discipline with a minimum aggregate score of 50% for general and 45% in the case of SC/ST
Q: What are the top entrances for the Master in Architecture Conservation?
A: The top entrances are mentioned below:
1. National Aptitude Test in Architecture (NATA)
2. Common Entrance Examination for Design (CEED)
3. Tamil Nadu Common Entrance Test (TANCET)
Q: What are the top colleges providing this course?
A: The top colleges are mentioned below:
1. Chandigarh University, Chandigarh
2. IIT, Roorkee
3. LPU, Punjab
4. Galgotia University, Noida
5. Amity University, Noida
Q: What are the important skills required for this course?
A: The important skills required for this course are mentioned below:
1. Good observation skills
2. Research skills
3. Ability and skill to record
4. Good Interpret skills (physical evidence)
For more information see the Important Skill Section.
Q: What is the duration of this course?
A: The duration of this course is 2 Years.
Q: What is the admission process?
A: The admission is done through an entrance examination and counseling process.