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  • THREE YEARS DIPLOMA PROGRAMME INARCHITECTURAL ASSISTANTSHIP

    SCHEME OF STUDIES & DETAILD SYLLABUSFOR 1

    i

    RAJIV GANDHI PROUDYOGIKI VISHWAVIDYALAYA, BHOPAL

    THREE YEARS DIPLOMA PROGRAMME INARCHITECTURAL ASSISTANTSHIP

    SCHEME OF STUDIES & DETAILD SYLLABUS1st TO 3rd YEAR (1st SEM TO 6th SEM

    BRANCH CODE - A06

    THREE YEARS DIPLOMA PROGRAMME IN ARCHITECTURAL ASSISTANTSHIP

    SCHEME OF STUDIES & DETAILD SYLLABUS SEM)

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    CONTENTS

    S.No. Description PAGE NO.

    1. FORWAED :- iii-iv

    2. ACKNOWLEDGEMENT :- v

    3. PARTICIPANTS IN CURRICULUM

    DEVELOPMENT WORKSHOP

    :- vi-

    4. INTRODUCTION :- ix - xii

    5. SCHEME OF STUDIES AND EXAMINATION FOR

    ALL SEMESTERS.

    :- 1-6

    6. DETAILED CURRICULUM FOR I SEM. :- 7-39

    7. DETAILED CURRICULUM FOR II SEM. :- 40-71

    8. DETAILED CURRICULUM FOR III SEM. :- 72-99

    9. DETAILED CURRICULUM IV SEM. :- 100-119

    10. DETAILED CURRICULUM V SEM. :- 120-137

    11. DETAILED CURRICULUM VI SEM. :- 138-162

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    FORWARD

    Evolution of field of Architecture is as old as human civilisation still even

    now number of small scale projects are dealt by persons who do not have

    technical knowledge in this field especially in towns or villages. Education in

    the field of Architecture at diploma level was introduced since 1964. This was

    in Women’s’ Polytechnic. Since then it was for female candidates only.

    Education related to construction industry for male candidates was limited to

    Civil Engineering and after wards Construction Technology and Management.

    In field these pass outs were found more suitable for site work and female

    candidates for drawing office .Hence there was always requirement of

    candidates suitable for both site and office. With the start of this course,

    ‘Architectural Assistantship’ in co-ed polytechnic number of male candidates

    who are interested in this field will be able to take proper education in the field

    of Architecture.

    The curriculum developed for this programme there is emphasis on practical

    work and exposure to field by providing six weeks duration of practical training

    and site visits in each subject. There is also emphasis on creating expertise in

    architecture related software’s which will serve the purpose of providing

    optimal mix of up to date knowledge of requisite skills for the professionals of

    today and tomorrow.

    The major numbers of candidates opting for diploma education belong to

    rural areas or small towns. This education will impart them knowledge and

    skills to work in construction industry at their place without running to

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    metropolitan for getting job. In future it will be possible for them to create new

    jobs for the local population also.

    Diploma in Architectural Assistantship with 10th as basic qualification is run in

    other states like Maharashtra and Gujarat. This course in Madhya Pradesh

    has been started to give opportunity to more number of people especially male

    candidates.

    Detailed curriculum for 1st year course has already been prepared and

    executed from academic year 2008-09. For the remaining four semesters

    workshop was organised at S.V. Polytechnic College, Bhopal .This will be

    implemented from the successive academic sessions.

    My sincere thanks to Principal, Faculty and staff of S.V. Polytechnic

    College, Bhopal for successfully conducting curriculum development

    workshop. Also thanks to experts from higher institute, design and

    construction industry for their valuable contribution in developing the

    curriculum. Last but to not the least thanks to Dr.Danej and Shri V.K. Jain

    Research officer R.G.P.V. for Co-ordinating the project.

    ARUN NAHAR

    Secretary

    Rajiv Gandhi Proudogiki Vishvavidhyalaya

    DT.May 28, 2009 Bhopal

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    ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

    Three day Curriculum Development Workshop for Diploma Programme

    in Architectureal Assistantship (III sem to VI sem) was organised in this

    institute from 26th May 2009 to 28th May 2009.This is to thank secretary

    R.G.P.V.for giving us opportunity to develop curriculum for this new course. I

    also thank Prof.Dr. Alka Bharat H.O.D.and Prof. Jagadhish Singh,Department

    of Architecture MANIT Bhopal for their valuable contribution in development of

    the curriculum. To make the curriculum industrially orientated the input from

    professionals is must. I thank the eminent practicing Architects of Bhopal who

    spared their valuable time to develop this curriculum by actively participating in

    the workshop. Thanks to faculty members of Womens’ Polytechnic College

    Bhopal and representatives from R.G.P.V. for their participation and time to

    time suggestions in formation of the details of the curriculum

    In the last thanks to faculty and staff of Department of Town Planning

    and Architecture of this institute for their whole hearted contribution in

    developing the curriculum and successful completion of the workshop.

    (T.K.Shrivastav)

    Principal S.V.Polytechnic

    College, Bhopal

    Bhopal

    DT. 28/5/09

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    PARTICIPANTS Representative from higher Institute 1. Prof. Dr.Alka Bharat

    H.O.D.Department of Architecture, MANIT, Bhopal

    2. Prof. Jagadhish Singh

    Asst. Prof. Department of Architecture, MANIT, Bhopal

    Representatives from Industry

    3. Shri Amogh Gupta,

    Architect.

    4. Mrs. Prerana Kothari

    Architect.

    5. Mrs. Minu Rai

    Architect.

    6. Mrs. Shikha Patidar

    Architect.

    7. Mrs.Purna Shivalikar

    Architect and guest faculty

    Womens polytechnic,bhopal

    8. Shri Sujeet Jarbade

    Architect and guest faculty

    S.V.Poly.Bhopal

    9. Miss Sweta Sharma

    Faculty; Design Soft Solution Bhopal.

    10. Miss Shamim Fatima

    Faculty; Design Soft Solution Bhopal.

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    Representative from R.G.P.V.

    1. Shri V.K.Jain

    Research officer.

    Representatives from Polytechnic College

    1. Mrs.Aradhana Hans

    I/c H.O.D.Department of Architecture and Interior Design

    Womens’ Polytechnic College, Bhopal

    2. Mrs.Kirti Garg

    I/c H.O.D.Department of Interior Design Womens’ Polytechnic

    College, Bhopal

    3. Shri Prateek Manke

    Lecturer Sel.Gr. Womens’ Polytechnic College, Bhopal

    4. Mrs.Charumitra Patil (Buddha)

    Lecturer Womens’ Polytechnic College, Bhopal

    Representative from S.V.Polytechnic College Bhopal

    1. Shri T.K.Shrivastav, Principal

    2. Mrs.Sandhya Ekbote

    I/c H.O.D. T.P. & Arch.and Co- ordinator.

    3. Mrs, Bharati Sharma, H.O.D.Electrical

    4. Mrs.Rajesh Bhargav –H.O.D.Civil

    5. Shri Mukesh Lalji- Lecturer Sel.Gr.Civil

    6. Shri Rajiv Gupta-Lecturer Sel.Gr.Mechanical

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    Support Team

    1. Miss Premlata Uikey- Technical Assistant

    2. Shri Dhiren Tiwari- Machine Repairer

    3. Mrs.Shobha Shukla -S.Grade III

    4. Shri Sahebrao

    5. Shri Raghuvir

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    INTRODUCTION

    Food, shelter and clothing being basic requirement of human being;

    Architecture was important part of man’s life since cave age. The natural

    shelter occupied by man decorated with paintings to make it more liable was

    the introduction to Architecture. Since then as the civilisation grew Architecture

    changed its physical form as per the need of the changing society .To day the

    fast changing technology changing living style, land availability and cost

    effectiveness; requirement of expertise for construction industry is felt for

    metropolitan cities to small settlements.

    The council of Architecture till 2007 has 29,085 registered Architects out

    of which maximum are working in big cities. In this 46% practicing the

    profession as self practice and 49% in private sector .The maximum number of

    Architects is in Mumbai also limited to 583.As far as M.P. is concerned the

    settlements with more than 100 registered Architects there are only two cities

    i.e. –Bhopal 256 and Indore 196.These are all having Bachelor or Master

    Degree in Architecture as qualification with most of them working in bigger

    cities. Up to 2009 there are about 34,000 total registered Architects .Again for

    smaller settlements and villages services of these highly qualified personals is

    not available.

    In Polytechnic education scheme most of the students are coming from

    villages or small settlements. With this point of view Govt. is taking efforts to

    open new polytechnic in small towns. Many of these pass outs go back to their

    own place and are happy with the life of small settlements. Architectural and

    construction work is such settlement is in the hands of non technical persons

    generally the local craftsman hence education in Architecture will help the

    pass outs of diploma Architectural Assistantship to work for the people in small

    town or villages to give better solution for the local needs. He/she is well

    acquainted with the local needs and can judiciously use the local material, and

    create technically sound and economical buildings. This will also help the

    youth to stop running towards main cities and can create job opportunity at

    small settlements.

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    SAILENT FEATURES OF THE NEW COURSE

    • Developing in computer skills to fit into present day professional

    requirement. The knowledge of various software’s in Architecture with

    emphasis on application is achieved through practical’s and drawings in

    all subjects are to be produced on computers from middle level to higher

    level.

    • Exposure to field by

    1. Introducing site visits and field visits in almost every subject

    2. in final year 6 weeks practical training.

    • Emphasis on practical orientation starting from manual work in first year

    to application of software’s in subsequent semesters.

    • Emphasis on small and medium size Architectural projects which are

    common in all level of settlements specially fulfilling the needs of small

    settlements in terms of buildings and services.

    • Develop written, verbal, visual communication and presentation skills.

    • Develop core competencies and soft skills like office and construction

    management to become a perfect professional.

    • Develop leadership, management and analytical abilities through design

    projects.

    • Professional activities for professional and self development.

    • Emphasis on learning to learn through practical.

    • Flexibility in system at higher level in form of electives.

    • Project in final year after practical training to develop the student to

    handle any construction work from start to finish.

    OBJECTIVES OF THE PROGRAMME

    1. To provide man power as per today’s need of Architectural profession from

    metro city to small settlement

    2. To provide man power to super wise and manage construction work.

    3. To provide man power to work in drawing office with expertise in computer

    application. and general office management

    4. To provide man power for preparing documents and presentations related

    to Architectural projects from start to finish.

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    JOB APPORTUNITIES

    1. Architectural Firm : - Drafting Assistant, Site Supervisor, Office Assistant Clerk of work, Quantity Surveyor. 2. Structural Designer Firm : – Draftsman. 3. Builder /Developer/ Construction Firm : - Clerk of work, Draftsman, Site Supervisor, Quantity surveyor. 4. Consulting Engineer : – Draftsman, Architectural Assistant. 5. Valuer :– Architectural Assistant. 6. Interior Designer : – Architectural Assistant. 7. Government organisation : – Draftsman, Architectural Assistant. 8. Profession /Self develop :- Supervisor for Architectural and

    construction project. JOB FUNCTIONS 1. Design Assistant

    - Preparing sketch design as per the instructions of the Architect

    - Assisting the Architect in preparation of tender and contract documents estimating and bill checking - Drafting detailed specification - Data collection, taking measurements. - Site management, quality surveying. 2. Drafting Assistant

    - Developing sketch plans. - Preparing presentation drawings. - Preparing working drawings. - preparing approval drawings. - To guide junior draftsman for drafting.

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    3. Model maker/ Perspective Artist. - Preparation of block model, detailed model. - Perspective drawing. 4. Computer drawing Assistant - Developing sketch plans, presentation drawings. - Preparing municipal drawings, working drawings. - Preparing 3D views and rendering. - Preparing walk through - Estimating - Bill Checking 5. Site Supervisor/ Clerk of works

    - Site supervision reporting. - Planning construction activity.

    - Measurements and billing. 6. Quantity Surveyor

    - Taking measurements of work, billing. - Estimating. - Preparing building contract. - Assist in valuation of work for certifying payment. 7. Licensed Supervisor

    - To design and supervise buildings of areas up to 200 Sqm. and upto two storeys.

  • Rajiv Gandhi Proudyogiki Vishwavidyalaya, Bhopal I SEM Diploma programme in ARCHITECTURAL ASSISTANTSHIP

    Scheme Of examination

    Name of Scheme: Jul.08 Exam Code: * 646 Implemented From: 2008-09

    Sub Code

    Paper Code

    Name of Subject

    SCHEME OF STUDIES

    SCHEME OF EXAMINATION

    Sess. Marks Prog. Assm

    Sess + Prog

    UNIV. EXAMINATION TH+PR.

    Total Marks

    TH. LB. TOTAL Term Work

    Lab work

    I II

    Total Internal

    Assessment

    Th. Paper

    Duration Marks Practical Duration in Hrs.

    Mks.

    Total External assessme

    nt

    101 5161 COMMUNICATION SKILL

    6 - 06 30 -

    10 10 50 01 3 Hrs 100 - - 100 150

    102 5132 INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTERS

    4 4 08 15 15 10 10 50 01 3 Hrs 100 1 1 Hrs 50 150 200

    103 6095 BUILDING MATERIALS

    5 2 07 15 15 10 10 50 01 3 Hrs 100 - - 100 150

    104 6096 HISTORICAL ASPECTS

    3 1 04 15 15 10 10 50 01 3 Hrs 100 - - 100 150

    105 5131

    GRAPHICS- I 2 7 09 15 15 10 10 50 01 3 Hrs 100 1 1 Hrs 50 150 200

    106 PROFESSTIONAL ACTIVITY

    0 2 02

    GRADE TO BE AWARDED

    TOTAL 20 16 36 90 60 50 50 250 5 500 2 100 600 850

    Note:-

    1: Communication skill paper (AA101) will be common to Diploma Architecture and Interior Design 2: Introduction to personal computer (AA102) will be common to Diploma Architecture and Interior Design 3: Graphics I (AA105) will be common to Diploma Architecture and Interior Design 1. Number of Theory Papers : 05 2. Total theory Marks : 500 3. Number of Practicals : 02 4. Total Practical Marks : 100 5. Total marks of Sessional + Prog.Asst . : 250 6. Grand Total : 850

    Passing marks for (a) Theory : 33% (b) Practical : 40% (c) Sessional : 60% Signature (with date) of all the members of curriculum revision committee

    (Dares of curriculum revision workshop)

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    Rajiv Gandhi Proudyogiki Vishwavidyalaya, Bhopal

    II Sem Diploma programme in architectural ASSISTANTSHIP Scheme Of examination

    Name of Scheme: Jul.08 Exam Code: * 646 Implemented From: 2008-09

    Sub Code

    Paper Code

    Name of Subject

    SCHEME OF STUDIES

    SCHEME OF EXAMINATION

    Sess. Marks Prog. Assm

    Sess + Prog

    UNIV. EXAMINATION TH+PR.

    Total Marks

    TH. LB. TOTAL Term Work

    Lab work

    I II

    Total Internal

    Assessment

    Th. Paper

    Duration Marks Practical Duration Mks.

    Total External assessme

    nt

    201

    6097 BUILDING CONSTRUCTION-I

    1 4 5

    15 15 10 10 50 1 4 Hrs 100 1 03 Hrs 50 150 200

    202

    --- WORKSHOP PRACTICE

    - 5 5 - 50 - - 50 - - - 1 03 Hrs 50 50 100

    203

    6098 COMPUTER AIDED DRAFTING-I

    2 6 8 15 15 10 10 50 1 3 Hrs 100 1 03 Hrs 50 150 200

    204

    6099 BASIC AND ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN - I

    2 6 8 15 15 10 10 50 1 6 Hrs 100 1 03 Hrs 50 150 200

    205

    6035

    ENVIROMEN TA L ENGINEERING AND SAFETY

    6 2 8 15 15 10 10 50 1 3 Hrs 100 1 03 Hrs 50 150 200

    206

    PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITY

    2 2 - - - - - - - - - -

    TOTAL 11 25 36 60 110 40 40 250 4 - 400 5 250 650 900

    Note :-

    1.Paper for Computer Aided Drafting I (AA203) will be common to Diploma Architecture & Interior Design 1. Number of Theory Papers : 04 2. Total theory Marks : 400 3. Number of Practicals : 05 4. Total Practical Marks : 250 5. Total marks of Sessional + Prog.Asst. : 250 6. Grand Total : 900

    Passing marks for (a) Theory : 33% (b) Practical : 40% (c) Sessional : 60% Signature (with date) of all the members of curriculum revision committee

    (Dares of curriculum revision workshop)

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    Rajiv Gandhi Proudyogiki Vishwavidyalaya, Bhopal III SEM Diploma programme in ARCHITECTURAL ASSISTANTSHIP

    Scheme Of examination

    Name of Scheme: Jul 08 Exam Code: * 646 Implemented From: 2009-10

    Sub Code

    Paper Code

    Name of Subject

    SCHEME OF STUDIES

    SCHEME OF EXAMINATION

    Sess. Marks Prog. Assm Sess + Prog

    UNIV. EXAMINATION TH+PR.

    Total Marks

    TH. LB. TOTAL Term Work

    Lab work

    I II

    Total Internal

    Assessment

    Th. Paper Duratio

    n Marks

    Practi cal

    Duration in Hrs.

    Mks.

    Total External assessme

    nt

    301 6100 ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN- I

    1 8 9 15 15

    10 10 50 01 3 Hrs 100 1 1 Hrs 50 150 200

    302 6101 BUILDING CONSTRUCTION- II

    2 4 6 15 15 10 10 50 01 3 Hrs 100 1 1 Hrs 50 150 200

    303 CAD-II 3 6 9 15 15 10 10 50 - -- 1 1 Hrs 50 50 100

    304 6102 BASICS OF STRUCTURE

    4 2 6 15 15 10 10 50 01 3 Hrs 100 - - -- 100 150

    305 5143 BUILDING SERVICES -I

    4 - 4 30 - 10 10 50 01 3 Hrs 100 - - -- 100 150

    306 PROFESSINAL ACTIVITY

    2 GRADE TO BE AWARDED

    TOTAL 14 20 36 90 60 50 50 250 4 400 3 150 550 800

    Note: 1: paper for Building services -I common with Diploma Architecture and Interior Design (IV sem paper code 5143)

    1. Number of Theory Papers : 04 2. Total theory Marks : 400 3. Number of Practicals : 03 4. Total Practical Marks : 150 5. Total marks of Sessional + Prog.Asst. : 250 6. Grand Total : 800

    Passing marks for (a) Theory : 33% (b) Practical : 40% (c) Sessional : 60% Signature (with date) of all the members of curriculum revision committee

    (Dares of curriculum revision workshop)

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    Rajiv Gandhi Proudyogiki Vishwavidyalaya, Bhopal IV SEM Diploma programme in ARCHITECTURAL ASSISTANTSHIP

    Scheme Of examination

    Name of Scheme: Jul 08 Exam Code: * 646 Implemented From: 2009-10

    Sub Code

    Paper Code

    Name of Subject

    SCHEME OF STUDIES

    SCHEME OF EXAMINATION

    Sess. Marks Prog. Assm Sess + Prog

    UNIV. EXAMINATION TH+PR.

    Total Marks

    TH. LB. TOTAL Term Work

    Lab work

    I II

    Total Internal

    Assessment

    Th. Paper

    Duration Marks Practical Duration in Hrs.

    Mks.

    Total External assessme

    nt

    401 6103 ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN- II

    1 9 10 15

    15

    10 10 50 01 3 Hrs 100 1 1 Hrs 50 150 200

    402 6104 ADVANCED CONSTRUCTION

    1 7 8 15 15 10 10 50 01 3 Hrs 100 1 1 Hrs 50 150 200

    403 ADVANCED CAD 1 5 6 15 15 10 10 50 - - 1 3 Hrs 50 50 100

    404 5139 SERVEYING AND LEVELLING

    1 3 4 15 15 10 10 50 01 3 Hrs 100 1 3 Hrs 50 150 200

    405 5147 BUILDING SERVICES -II

    6 - 6 30 - 10 10 50 01 3 Hrs 100 - - - 100 150

    406 PROFESSINAL ACTIVITY

    - - 2 - GRADE TO BE AWARDED - - - - - - - -

    TOTAL 10 24 36 90 60 50 50 250 4 400 4 200 600 850

    Note : 1: The paper for surveying and levelling code 5139 will be common to diploma in architecture and interior design III Sem , paper services II paper code 5147 will be

    Common to diploma in architecture and interior design Vth Sem. 1. Number of Theory Papers : 04 2. Total theory Marks : 400 3. Number of Practical’s : 04 4. Total Practical Marks : 200 5. Total marks of Sessional + Prog.Asst. . : 250 6. Grand Total : 850

    Passing marks for (a) Theory : 33% (b) Practical : 40% (c) Sessional : 60% Signature (with date) of all the members of curriculum revision committee

    (Dares of curriculum revision workshop)

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    Rajiv Gandhi Proudyogiki Vishwavidyalaya, Bhopal V SEM Diploma programme in ARCHITECTURAL ASSISTANTSHIP

    Scheme Of examination

    Name of Scheme: Jul 08 Exam Code: * 646 Implemented From: 2010-11

    Sub Code

    Paper Code

    Name of Subject

    SCHEME OF STUDIES

    SCHEME OF EXAMINATION

    Sess. Marks Prog. Assm Sess + Prog

    UNIV. EXAMINATION TH+PR.

    Total Marks

    TH. LB. TOTAL Term Work

    Lab work

    I II

    Total Internal

    Assessment

    Th. Paper

    Duration Marks Practical Duration in Hrs.

    Mks.

    Total External assessme

    nt

    501 6105 ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN- III

    1 8 9 15 15

    10 10 50 01 3 Hrs 100 1 1 Hrs 50 150 200

    502 WORKING DRAWING

    - 8 8 - 30 10 10 50 - - - 1 1 Hrs 50 50 100

    503 6106 SPECIFICTIONS 2 - 2 30 - 10 10 50 01 3 Hrs 100 - - - 100 100

    504 6107 QUANTITY SURVEYING & ESTIMATING

    6 - 6 30 - 10 10 50 01 3 Hrs 100 - - - 100 150

    505 6108 INTERIOR DESIGN

    1 8 9 15 15 10 10 50 01 3 Hrs 100 1 1 Hrs 50 150 200

    506 PROFESSINAL ACTIVITY

    - - 2 - GRADE TO BE AWARDED - - - - - - - -

    TOTAL 10 24 36 90 60 50 50 250 4 - 400 3 - 150 550 800

    1. Number of Theory Papers : 04 2. Total theory Marks : 400 3. Number of Practicals : 03 4. Total Practical Marks : 150 5. Total marks of Sessional + Prog.Asst. . : 250 6. Grand Total : 800

    Passing marks for (a) Theory : 33% (b) Practical : 40% (c) Sessional : 60% Signature (with date) of all the members of curriculum revision committee (Dares of curriculum revision workshop)

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    Rajiv Gandhi Proudyogiki Vishwavidyalaya, Bhopal VI SEM Diploma programme in ARCHITECTURAL ASSISTANTSHIP

    Scheme Of examination Name of Scheme: Jul 08 Exam Code: * 646 Implemented From: 2010-11

    Sub Code

    Paper Code

    Name of Subject

    SCHEME OF STUDIES

    SCHEME OF EXAMINATION

    Sess. Marks Prog. Assm

    Sess + Prog

    UNIV. EXAMINATION TH+PR.

    Total Marks TH

    . LB.

    TOTAL Term Work

    Lab work

    I II Total

    Internal Assessment

    Th. Paper

    Duration Marks Practical

    Duration in Hrs

    Mks.

    Total External

    assessment

    601 TRAINING - - - 50 -

    - - 50 - - - 1 - 100 100 150

    602 PROJECT 2 14 16 50 50 - - 100 - - - 1 - 200 200 300

    603 6109 PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE 6 - 6 30 - 10 10 50 01 3 Hrs 100 - - - 100 150

    ELECTIVE ANY I FROM 611,612,613

    2 10 12 15 15 10 10 50 01 3 Hrs 100 1 - 50 100 200

    611 5149 ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE BUILDING & ENERGY

    612 6110 ELEMENT OF URBAN DEVELOPMENT

    613 6111 ELEMENTS OF LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE

    607 PROFESSINAL ACTIVITY - - 2 GRADE TO BE AWARDED

    TOTAL 10 24 36 145 65 20 20 250 2 - 200 3 350 500 800

    Note: - 1. Paper of environmental science building and energy will be common to Diploma Architecture and Interior Design paper 5149. 2. Student will be taking practical training of six week duration in 6

    th semester they will work with architect ,architect planner, builder ,valuer , govt. organisation or

    Equivalent professional organisation. 3. Internal marks of project will be on basis of minimum two assessment presentation. 1. Number of Theory Papers : 02 2. Total theory Marks : 200 3. Number of Practicals : 03 4. Total Practical Marks : 350 5. Total marks of Sessional + Prog.Asst. . : 250 6. Implant Training (100 internal+50 practical) : 200 7. Grand Total : 800

    Passing marks for (a) Theory : 33% (b) Practical : 40% (c) Sessional : 60% (d) Training : 50% Signature (with date) of all the members of curriculum revision committee (Dares of curriculum revision workshop)

  • PROGRAMME NAME : ARCHITECTURAL ASSISTANTSHIP

    COURSE TITLE : COMMUNICATION SKILLS COURSE CODE : 101

    PAPER CODE : 5161

    DURATION OF PAPER : 3 HOURS

    RATIONALE

    The wide range of communicative and functional need of English in the evolving global and technical professional environment has more than ever imposed a demand of acquiring proficiency in communication skills in our technicians and diploma pass outs. Besides being a professional language, it also acts as a window to technical and scientific knowledge. Diploma pass outs are required to communicate with personnel belonging to different echelons of authority. Therefore, acquiring proficiency in listening, speaking, reading and writing English is an integral part of professional and technical competence. Enabling Objectives:-

    The students, after completing the course, will be able to

    � Understand slowly delivered spoken material in Indian English. � Understand general purpose words of English. � Use general purpose words of English to express him self in speaking

    reasonably clearly and correctly on routine matters. � Write reasonably and grammatically correct English. � Develop a habit of reading with comprehension to achieve an optimum

    speed of 75 WPM. � Communicate effectively in a professional environment through speaking

    and writing to achieve desired objectives

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    PROGRAMME NAME : ARCHITECTURAL ASSISTANTSHIP

    COURSE TITLE : COMMUNICATION SKILLS COURSE CODE : 101

    PAPER CODE : 5161

    DURATION OF PAPER : 3 HOURS

    S.No. COURSE CONTENT Marks 1

    Communication Process and its Needs

    1.1 (i) How to make communication effective (ii) Barriers in communication, Removal of barriers 1.2 Grammar and vocabulary for correct English Usage.

    (i) Determiners, Prepositions, Auxiliary verbs and subject-verb agreement

    (ii) Rewrite as directed ( change voice, correct form of verbs/tenses) (iii) Vocabulary – One word substitution, words often misused and wrongly spelt

    10 20

    2 Passages of Comprehension 2.1 Prescribed passages (six from existing syllabus)

    i Language of Science ii Desalination or Desalting Process iii Safety Practices iv Non-conventional Sources of Energy v Our Environment vi Entrepreneurship

    2.2 Writing summary, moral and characterization of any one story from the book prescribed.

    20 10

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    3

    Business Communication (one question with internal choice)

    3.1 Principles of effective business correspondence Its parts, mechanics, styles and forms

    3.2 Application for job, Bio-Data and C.V. 3.3 Letter of Enquiry 3.4 Placing order 3.5 Complaint

    10

    4

    Composition & Translation

    4.1 Writing paragraphs of 150 words on topics of general interest i.e. pollution, ragging in college, importance of computers, importance of communication skill, importance of science and technology etc. 4.2 Translation (Hindi to English and vice-versa).

    10 10

    5 Unseen passages & Precis writing

    i Answer the questions based on the passage. ii Give suitable title

    OR iii Writing Precis

    10

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    PROGRAMME NAME : ARCHITECTURAL ASSISTANTSHIP

    COURSE TITLE : COMMUNICATION SKILLS COURSE CODE : 101

    PAPER CODE : 5161

    DURATION OF PAPER : 3 HOURS

    EQUIVALENCY New paper code is equivalent to old paper code of respective branch.

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    PROGRAMME NAME : ARCHITECTURAL ASSISTANTSHIP

    COURSE TITLE : COMMUNICATION SKILLS COURSE CODE : 101

    PAPER CODE : 5161

    DURATION OF PAPER : 3 HOURS

    S.No. REFERENCE BOOKS

    1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

    English Conversation Practice - Grant Taylor Practical English Grammar - Thomson & Martinet Communication Skills for Technical Students Book – I, Book – II by M/S Somaiya Publication, Bombay Living English Structure - S. Allen English Grammar, Usage, and Composition - Tickoo & Subramanian,

    S. Chand & Co. Standard Allen Longman. Essentials of Business Communication - Dr. Rajendra Pal & J.S.

    Korlahalli , S.Chand & Sons, New Delhi. Effective Business Communication - M.V. Rodriques, Concept Pub.

    Co., New Delhi. Communication for Business - Shirely Taylor, Longman, England. Communication for Engineers and Professors by P. Prasad,

    S.K.Kataria and sons publications, New Delhi Technical English Book-II, Somaya Publications, New Delhi

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    PROGRAMME NAME : ARCHITECTURAL ASSISTANTSHIP

    COURSE TITLE : COMMUNICATION SKILLS COURSE CODE : 101

    PAPER CODE : 5161

    DURATION OF PAPER : 3 HOURS

    S.No. SUGGESTED READINGS 1 2 3

    To enhance the reading skills and generate interest

    � A Brief History of Time: - Stephan Hawking, Bentham Books, Great Britain

    � Cosmos: - Carl Sagan, Bentham Books, Great Britain. � Ignited Minds: - A.P.J. Abdul Kalam, Penguin Books. � India 2020: - A.P.J. Abdul Kalam, and Y.S. Rajan Penguin

    Books. � Beyond the Last Blue Mountain: - J.R.D. Tata, Penguin Books � Life and Times: - Albert Einstein, Bentham Books. � Power of Oration: - Abraham Lincoln.

    Faster reading for deriving Pleasure.

    � Interpreter of Maladies: - Jhumpa Lahiri.,Harper & Collins. � Short stories by R.K.Narayan,Tagore,Tolstoy,Mulkraj

    Anand,O.Henry.

    For Vocabulary Building.

    � Word Power made Easy: - Norman Lewis, Bloomsbury � Reading, Spelling, Vocabulary, Pronunciation, Book 1,2 &3: -

    Norman Lewis. � The Joy of Vocabulary: - Levine, Levine & Levine. � Roget’s Thesaurus of Synonyms and Antonyms. � Cambridge English Pronouncing Dictionary: - Danial Jones . � Audio- Visual learning resources and multimedia learning

    material for pronunciation improvement and listening skills.

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    PROGRAMME NAME : ARCHITECTURAL ASSISTANTSHIP

    COURSE TITLE : INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTERS COURSE CODE : 102

    PAPER CODE : 5132

    DURATION OF PAPER : 3 HOURS

    RATIONALE

    This subject is design to make students aware of basic concepts of

    computers including operating systems. Studying this subject will make students acquainted with word processing, spread sheet and data base concepts and working. This subject also introduces computer communication and networks, including internet & E-mail. The basic objective is to make students excel with good knowledge about computers.

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    PROGRAMME NAME : ARCHITECTURAL ASSISTANTSHIP

    COURSE TITLE : INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTERS COURSE CODE : 102

    PAPER CODE : 5132

    DURATION OF PAPER : 3 HOURS

    SCHEME OF STUDIES

    S. No. Topic SCHEME OF STUDIES

    Hrs. of Study

    Theory Practical Total

    1. INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTERS

    15

    2. OPERATING SYSTEM

    09

    3. WORD PROCESSING

    06

    4. SPREADSHEET PACKAGE

    06

    5. PRESENTATION SOFTWARE

    06

    6. DATABASE

    08

    7. COMPUTER COMMUNICATION & NETWORKS

    10

    TOTAL

    60 60 120

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    PROGRAMME NAME : ARCHITECTURAL ASSISTANTSHIP

    COURSE TITLE : INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTERS COURSE CODE : 102

    PAPER CODE : 5132

    DURATION OF PAPER : 3 HOURS

    COURSE CONTENTS

    S.NO. TOPIC CONTENTS HRS OF

    STUDY

    1. INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTERS

    1.1 Basic Concepts

    − Generations of Computers

    − Overview of computer Systems

    − Classifications of Computers

    − Characteristics of Computes

    − Applications of Computers. 1.2 Numbers System & Codes

    − Decimal, Binary, Octal, Hexadecimal

    − Conversions from one system to other

    − Binary Coded Decimal & ASCII Code

    1.3 Computer Hardware

    − Input Devices

    − Keyboard, Mouse, Trackball, Joystick,

    − Scanner, OMR OCR Bar-Code Reader, MICR,

    − Digitizer, Card Reader, Voice Recognition,

    − Web Cam, Video Cameras, Etc.

    15

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    S.NO. TOPIC CONTENTS HRS OF

    STUDY

    − Output Devices

    − Monitors, Printers : Dot matrix, Inkjet & Laser,

    − Plotters, Commuter, Output Micro Film (COM),

    − Multimedia Projector, Speech Synthesizsr,

    − Dumb, Smart & Intelligent Terminal.

    − Storage Devices

    − Primary and Secondary Storage,

    − Characteristics and Limitation, Floppy,

    − Hard disk, CD ROM DVD, Disk Cartidge.

    − Microprocessor

    − Registers, Arithmetic Unit, Control Unit, Buses,

    − Instruction Set, Processor Speed.

    − Memory Concepts

    − Concept of Memory, Unit of Memory, Types of

    − Memory, RAM, ROM, PROM, EPROM,

    − EEPROM, Cache Memory. 1.4 Computer Software

    − Computer Software

    − System Software V/s Application Software

    − Operating System Programs

    − Language Processor, Assembler, Compiler & Interpreter.

    − Application Software

    − Types of Application

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    S.NO. TOPIC CONTENTS HRS OF

    STUDY

    Software and their

    − examples.

    − High Level Language, Low Level Language, Assembly

    − Language. 1.5 Multimedia

    − Basics of Multimedia

    − Components- Tex, Graphics, Animation, Audio, Images

    − & Video.

    − Multimedia Applications.

    2. OPERATING SYSTEM

    2.1 Overview of DOS

    − Internal Commands

    − External Commands 2.2 Windows Operating System

    − Overview of different versions of Windows

    − Characteristics and Facilities of Windows,

    − Terminologies of Windows – Desktop, Icon,

    − Menu etc.

    − Components of Desktop.

    − Working with Files and Folders.

    − Windows Utilities and Accessories – Notepad, WordPad, Paintbrush,

    − Windows Explorer, Calculator.

    2.3 Introduction to Linux

    − An overview of Linux

    − Basic Linux elements System

    − Features Software

    − Features File structure

    09

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    S.NO. TOPIC CONTENTS HRS OF

    STUDY

    − Linux H/W & S/W requirements.

    3. WORD PROCESSING

    − Saving, Closing, Opening of documents

    − Selecting text

    − Editing text

    − Finding and replacing text\

    − Printing documents

    − Merge Documents

    − Character and paragraph Formatting

    − Page Design and layout

    − Spell Check

    − Creating Tables and Charts.

    − Handling Graphics

    06

    4. SPREADSHEET PACKAGE

    − Spreadsheet concept – Need, advantage, Terminology like cell, row, column etc.

    − Working with Spreadsheet – Creating, Saving, Editing and printing

    − Entering data – Entering number, text, date, time etc.

    − Selecting cells – Cut, copy, paste date

    − Editing Worksheet data

    − Formatting – Text and Cells, Applying border shading, background patterns, conditional formats, positioning cells, formatting numbers, text, Date, time.

    − Creating formulas-

    06

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    S.NO. TOPIC CONTENTS HRS OF

    STUDY

    Entering, Editing, Using Functions, controlling calculations.

    − Working with Charts- Creating charts, Adding & changing text, changing the view and display, types of charts.

    5. PRESENTATION

    SOFTWARE

    − Introduction

    − Presentation design tools

    − Presentation terminologies

    − Creating, Opening and Saving Presentation

    − Working with different views

    − Creating and Organizing slides

    − Adding and Formatting text in slides

    − Formatting paragraphs

    − Adding drawings and objects

    − Creating special effects

    − Working with table and charts

    − Printing Presentation

    06

    6. DATABASE

    − Introduction – need, Characteristics and terminologies of database

    − Types of database – relational, Hierarchical and Network

    − Basic entities – Tables, records, Data types, Data

    − Validation and constraints,

    08

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    S.NO. TOPIC CONTENTS HRS OF

    STUDY

    keys relation between tables.

    − Query – Select, Insert, Update, Delete.

    − Forms – Creating forms, Forms controls

    − Report Designer- Customize formats, grouping reports

    7. COMPUTER COMMUNICATION & NETWORKS

    7.1 Information Networks

    − The Technology of Workgroup Computing

    − Types of network

    − Network topology

    − Network components 7.2 Data Communication

    − Introduction to Data Communication

    − Types of Data

    − Transmission media 7.3 Internet and E-mail

    − Internet Basics

    − Websites- Applications, terminologies, naming conventions.

    − Web Browsers- Types, Navigation and tools

    − E-mail – concept, terminologies, mailing services provider, advantages comparison with Conventional mailing

    − Search engine – concept, search engine websites, searching methods.

    10

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    PROGRAMME NAME : ARCHITECTURAL ASSISTANTSHIP

    COURSE TITLE : INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTERS COURSE CODE : 102

    PAPER CODE : 5132

    DURATION OF PAPER : 3 HOURS

    LIST OF EXPERIMENTS

    S.NO. NAME OF THE EXPERIMENT HRS OF PRACTICAL

    1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

    Study of various components of computer like CPU, keyboard, mouse, monitor, printer, CVT and storage devices.

    Internal and external commands of DOS.

    Using Windows operating system, study of desktop, control panel, accessories and settings. File management in windows explorer, Study of WordPad, NotePad, PaintBrush, Calculator etc.

    Study of Linux operating system.

    Study of MS-word – opening and saving of documents, formatting, editing and spell check, find and replace, printing, merging. Creating Table, Charts and Graphics.

    Study of Spreadsheet – creating, saving, editing and printing. Entering data, selecting cells, formatting text, applying border shades and backgrounds, creating formulas, creating charts.

    Study of Power Point – creating, opening, editing and saving of slides. Adding and formatting text, creating animations, working with images and special effects. Printing presentation.

    Study of MSAcess– creating, saving, editing and printing of tables. Managing relationships, writing queries e.g. SELECT, UPDATE, DELETE, INSERT. Forms designing and report printing.

    Study of Web Browser and mailing programs.

    60

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    PROGRAMME NAME : ARCHITECTURAL ASSISTANTSHIP

    COURSE TITLE : INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTERS COURSE CODE : 102

    PAPER CODE : 5132

    DURATION OF PAPER : 3 HOURS

    REFERENCES

    1. A First Course in Computers- S . Jaiswal Golgotha Publication

    2. Computers & Application, - Slotnick, Butterfield, Colantonio and Kopetzky C.C. Health & Company

    3. Computers Today, - Suresh K. Basandra Galgotia Publication

    4. The Complete Guide to Microsoft Office Professional,- Ron Mansfield Sybex /BPB Asian Edition

    5. Inside IBM PC - Norton Peter

    6. Hardware Bible- BPB Publication

    7. Computer Hardware - Osborne Series

    8. DOS & Utilities - BPB Publication

    9. Learning Windows in 24 Hours- Sam Techmedia

    10. Multimedia Making it work-Tay Vaughan Tata McGrawHill

    11. Understanding windows -BP Chapman B Publicati

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    PROGRAMME NAME : ARCHITECTURAL ASSISTANTSHIP COURSE TITLE : BUILDING MATERIALS COURSE CODE : 103 PAPER CODE : 6095 DURATION OF PAPER : 3 HOURS MAXIMUM MARKS : 100

    R A T I O N A L E

    In building construction there in variety of materials required and variety

    of choices available. The subject will help the student to know properties and

    uses of various materials, market trends and applicability in field of

    Architecture.

    Objectives:-

    The student after completing the course will be able to :-

    • Know various building materials and their availability in market.

    • Know various defects and limitations of different materials.

    • Identify application at various places in building.

    • Choose correct materials for correct purpose.

    • Identify quality of building materials.

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    PROGRAMME NAME : ARCHITECTURAL ASSISTANTSHIP COURSE TITLE : BUILDING MATERIALS COURSE CODE : 103 PAPER CODE : 6095 DURATION OF PAPER : 3 HOURS MAXIMUM MARKS : 100

    COURSE CONTENTS

    UNIT-I BUILDING STONE

    Geological, physical and chemical textural classification of rocks.

    Common building stones available and their uses. Criteria for

    selection of stones. Deterioration of stones. Physical tests on stone

    in brief.

    UNIT-II BRICKS

    Manufacture process in brief

    Types of bricks, bricks for special use, dimensions of bricks,

    storing of bricks, conventional and specially shaped bricks, brick

    substitutes. Properties of good bricks. Field testing of brick,

    Laboratory tests in brief.

    UNIT-III CONCRETE BLOCKS

    Manufacture process in brief; dimensions and tolerance,

    classification, storage, Autoclaved Aerated Concrete blocks, use of

    blocks in construction, testing of blocks in brief.

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    UNIT-IV LIME

    Cementing action of lime, classification of lime, slaking of

    quicklime to prepare slacked lime. Tank slaking of quick lime to

    prepare lime putty, storing of lime, precautions in handling lime.

    Field and laboratory tests for building lime in brief.

    UNIT-V CEMENT

    Compositon of portland cement. Types of cements, storage of

    cement, sampling and testing of cement in brief, mechanics of

    setting of cements.

    UNIT-VI SAND

    Sources of sand, impurities in sand, sand for concrete work, sand

    for mortars and plasters, sand for filling, bulking of sand,

    manufacture of sand by rock crushing, tests for quality of sand in

    brief.

    UNIT - VII COARSE AGGREGATE

    Coarse aggregate, sources, sizes & storing and handling, testing

    of aggregate in brief.

    UNIT – VIII WATER

    Limits of deleterious materials allowed in water for construction, test

    reports for water for concreting.

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    UNIT - IX MORTAR & PLASTERS

    Ingredients, properties, preparation of lime mortar, preparation of

    cement mortar, other types of mortars. Selection of Cement for

    Cement mortars, requirement of cement for cement mortars,

    requirements of strength of mortars in masonry. Tests for mortar in

    brief.

    UNIT X CEMENT CONCRETE

    Ingredients of Concrete, Water Cement ratio, specifications of

    Concrete, properties of concrete, mixing, placing and curing of

    concrete, types of concrete, tests on fresh and hardened concrete

    in brief. Mix design of ordinary grade concrete, concrete chemicals

    and ready mixed concrete.

    UNIT XI TIMBER

    Classification of trees and structures of Wood, Seasoning and

    conversion of timber, market forms of timber, defects in timber,

    treatment of timber before use in wood work, classification of

    timber on basis of defects and plant species, permissible moisture,

    selection of wood for building, testing of wood in brief industrial

    timber products like, veneers and veneer plywood, partical board

    or chipboard, Hardboard, fiber board, block boards, laminates

    boards, laminates and Glulam. Merits and demerits of processed

    timber.

    UNIT XII GLASS FOR BUILDING

    Manufacturing process in brief. Classification, treatment of glass,

    uses of glass, testing for quality. Characteristics and performance

    of Glass. Glass Wool.

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    UNIT XIII CAST IRON & STEEL

    Manufacturing process in brief. Iron Carbon alloys, manufactures

    of thermo mechanically treated bars, Equilibrium diagram. Effect of

    rate of cooling in manufacturing during, mechanical working

    (treatment) of steel, Heat treatment of steel, mild steel and other

    steel, wrought Iron, Cast Iron, Corrosion Resistance of Cost Iron,

    Market forms of steel i.e. steel for reinforcement, steel for pre

    stressed concrete, Rolled sections, structural steel, stainless steel.

    UNIT XIV ALUMINIUM, ITS ALLOYS & OTHER METALS.

    Manufacturing process in brief, Anodizing of aluminium,

    advantages of Aluminium in Construction, available forms of

    Aluminium. Aluminum Alloys. Aluminium as structural cladding and

    partitions. Copper and its alloys, Zinc and its alloys other metals.

    Uses of these metals & alloys in building.

    UNIT XV PAINTS, DISTEMPERS & VARNISHES

    Paints - Classification of Common paints, choice of paint, paints

    commonly used in buildings. Distempers. Paint primers. Varnishes.

    Brief discription of paintwork in building. Covering capacity of

    paints.

    UNIT XVI PLASTICS

    Classification of plastics, properties of plastics, fabrication of

    plastic particles. Plastics in common use. Reinforced plastics.

    Thermocol PVC floor sheets/tiles. Laminated plastics for mica. Use

    of plastic in building. Compounding of plastics with rubber.

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    UNIT XVII ASPHALT, BITUMEN & TAR

    Use of asphalt in building. Modified bitumen, grade, Bitumen

    mastic, Types of tar. Comparison of Asphalt, Bitumen and Tar.

    Uses of bituminous materials. Bituminous felts.

    UNIT XVIII CERAMIC PRODUCTS.

    Clay for ceramics. Clay floor tiles, clay roof tiles, terracing tiles

    ceiling tiles, glazed ceramic tiles, fully vitrified tiles, porcelain tiles.

    Ceramic sanitary appliances. Stoneware pipes & fittings.

    UNIT XIX OTHER IMPORTANT MATERIALS IN BUILDING

    CONSTRUCITON.

    (i) Asbestos and asbestos cement.

    (ii) Materials for water proofing, waterproofing materials and their

    application at various places in building.

    (iii) Materials for flooring, various natural and manmade materials

    available, selection of types of flooring.

    (iv) Rubber - Natural and synthetic rubber, uses of rubber in building

    construction.

    (v) Adhesives, sealants and joints fillers. Adhesives used at different

    places in construction. Sealing compounds and putty.

    (vi) Light roofing materials - Asbestos, Galvanised iron, corrugated

    Aluminium, P.V.C. roofing sheets.

    (vii) Pipes - Cast Iron, Plastic, galvanised steel, stoneware, Asbestos

    cement, concrete.

    (viii) Fittings & fixtures - for openings, railings, toilets.

    Note: Knowledge of building material shall be emphasized on qualities and application part. Manufacturing, testing shall be given in brief.

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    PROGRAMME NAME : ARCHITECTURAL ASSISTANTSHIP COURSE TITLE : BUILDING MATERIALS COURSE CODE : 103 PAPER CODE : 6095 DURATION OF PAPER : 3 HOURS MAXIMUM MARKS : 100

    ASSIGNMENTS

    (1) There will be assignment in the form of written question and answers.

    (2) For practical assignment the student will make

    (i) Record of materials studied as applied on site by taking photographs,

    discussion with site incharge for choice of material for specific purpose

    with advantages & disadvantages compared to other materials, any

    additional information necessary.

    (ii) Market survey for at least 5 materials on following basis. Quality,

    standard sizes, information booklets, cost preferably with sample.

    (iii) Internet information compare with local market.

    Note :-

    The subject teacher will design standard format for the report and survey

    & information from internet.

    Maximum presentations should be through powerpoint presentations.

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    PROGRAMME NAME : ARCHITECTURAL ASSISTANTSHIP COURSE TITLE : BUILDING MATERIALS COURSE CODE : 103 PAPER CODE : 6095 DURATION OF PAPER : 3 HOURS MAXIMUM MARKS : 100

    SCHEME OF STUDIES

    UNIT NO.

    TOPIC THEORY PRACTICAL/ TUTORIAL

    TOTAL

    1 BUILDING STONE 8 4 12

    2 BRICKS 8 2 10

    3 CONCRETE BLOCK 4 2 6

    4 LIME 6 2 8

    5 CEMENT 7 4 11

    6 SAND 2 1 3

    7 AGGREGATE 2 1 3

    8 WATER 2 1 3

    9 MORTARS & PLASTER 7 3 10

    10 CEMENT CONCRETE 10 4 14

    11 TIMBER 10 4 14

    12 GLASS FOR BUILDING 6 4 10

    13 CAST IRON & STEEL 6 4 10

    14 ALUMINIUM & OTHER METAL

    06 04 10

    15 PAINTS 10 4 14

    16 PLASTICS 6 2 8

    17 ASPHALT 6 2 8

    TOTAL 96 48 144

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    PROGRAMME NAME : ARCHITECTURAL ASSISTANTSHIP COURSE TITLE : BUILDING MATERIALS COURSE CODE : 103 PAPER CODE : 6095 DURATION OF PAPER : 3 HOURS MAXIMUM MARKS : 100

    REFERENCE BOOKS

    S. No.

    Name Author Publisher

    1. Building materials P.G. Varghese Prentice hall of

    India Pvt. Ltd. 2. Building Materials S.K. Duggal New Age

    international publishers.

    3. Engineering

    materials S.C. Ragwala Charotar

    publishing House Anand.

    4. Construction

    Materials M.V. Naik Pragati Prakashan.

    5. Engineering

    materials V.D. Sahastrabudhe

    G.V. Prakashan.

    6. Materials of

    Construction R.S. Deshpande United book

    corporation, Pune. 7. Engineering

    Materials A.H. White Mc Graw Hills,

    London.

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    PROGRAMME NAME : ARCHITECTURAL ASSISTANTSHIP

    COURSE TITLE : HISTORICAL ASPECTS

    COURSE CODE : 104

    PAPER CODE : 6096

    DURATION OF PAPER : 3 HRS

    MAXIMUM MARKS : 100

    R A T I O N A L E

    The subject will help the student to know the development of

    Architectural form due to cultural, climatic, political and religious influences

    from selected historical examples and relate him to contemporary architectural

    work through study of works of eminent modern & present day architects,

    examples selected from all over the world and our country.

    Objectives :- The student after completing the course will be able to:

    • Identify buildings of different styles from given examples.

    • Identify important features of various styles.

    • Know important modern and post modern Architects & their

    philosophies.

    • Identify and enlist works of modern contemporary Architects.

    • Appreciate on architectural asthetical point of view various buildings

    studied under the subject.

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    PROGRAMME NAME : ARCHITECTURAL ASSISTANTSHIP

    COURSE TITLE : HISTORICAL ASPECTS

    COURSE CODE : 104

    PAPER CODE : 6096

    DURATION OF PAPER : 3 HRS

    MAXIMUM MARKS : 100

    COURSE CONTENTS

    UNIT-I INDIAN ARCHITECTURE:

    Study of typical features of Indian Architectural examples on the

    basis of religious, political building material other important

    inflences Budhist - Sanchi stupa, Chatya Hall. Jain - Jain temples

    at Mount Abu. IndoAryan - Ling Raj temple, Bhuwaneshwar.

    Dravidiam - Shore temple, Rath temple, Kailash temple. Indo

    Islamic - Golgumbaj Baijapur, Buland Darwaja, Kutub Minar, Taj

    Mahal.

    Study of Indo Aryan and Dravedian temples on the basis of

    Shikara, Nomenclature and other important features.

    UNIT-II EUROPEAN ARCHITECTURE

    Study of European Architecture on basis of planning, structural

    characteristics, limitation of materials, ornamentation, development

    due to influences of religion, political situation, building material

    etc.

    Greece - Partheon Rome, Acropolis Athenes.

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    Byzantine - Saint Sophia, Constantinople. Gothic - Norte Dam,

    Paris, West Minister Abbey.

    Romanesque - Pisa Cathedral.

    Study of Roman and Greek orders on the basis of shape size and

    properties.

    UNIT-III CONTRIBUTION OF EMINENT ARCHITECTS

    History of movement of modern, post modern Architecture with

    the help works of eminent Architects of world. Know the architects and their

    works like Walter Gropicus, Le carbusier, Mies Van Der Reo, Rio De Janerio,

    KenzoTange, Frank Lloyd Wright, Alvar Alto.

    UNIT-IV INDIAN ARCHITECTS.

    Study of works of Eminent Contemporary Architects in India. Know

    about these architects and their contribution through works in India

    e.g. B.V. Doshi, Charles Correa, Himanshu Parika, Raj Rawal,

    Kanwinde, Hafeez Contractor, Anant Raje, Laury Baker.

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    PROGRAMME NAME : ARCHITECTURAL ASSISTANTSHIP

    COURSE TITLE : HISTORICAL ASPECTS

    COURSE CODE : 104

    PAPER CODE : 6096

    DURATION OF PAPER : 3 HRS

    MAXIMUM MARKS : 100

    LIST OF ASSIGNMENTS

    (1) For theoretical assignment question answers in written form

    supplemented with proper sketches.

    (2) Sketch book to show sketches of important examples studied.

    (3) Report Containing pictures.

    (i) Sketches of Architecturally important buildings of Architectural styles

    not studied in formal teaching. Report will contain picture of building

    identify style, importance, purpose and important features of it.

    (ii) Pictures of contemporary buildings designed by eminent architects

    highlighting its important features and philosophy of that Architects.

    (iv) Pictures of Contemporary buildings where you can find typical

    features of Ancient buildings are used.

    (v) Information report from internet surfing, information on more

    architects & their work & historical buildings.

    NOTE: Student will be required to do classroom presentation from time to

    time on power point on the work he has done.

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    PROGRAMME NAME : ARCHITECTURAL ASSISTANTSHIP

    COURSE TITLE : HISTORICAL ASPECTS

    COURSE CODE : 104

    PAPER CODE : 6096

    DURATION OF PAPER : 3 HRS

    MAXIMUM MARKS : 100

    SCHEME OF STUDIES

    UNIT NO.

    TOPIC THEORY PRACTICAL TOTAL

    1 Indian Architecture 12 06 18

    2 European Architecture 12 06 18

    3 Contribution of Eminent Architecture

    12 10 22

    4 Indian Architecture 12 10 22

    TOTAL

    48

    32

    80

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    PROGRAMME NAME : ARCHITECTURAL ASSISTANTSHIP

    COURSE TITLE : HISTORICAL ASPECTS

    COURSE CODE : 104

    PAPER CODE : 6096

    DURATION OF PAPER : 3 HRS

    MAXIMUM MARKS : 100

    RFERENCE BOOKS

    S. No.

    Name Author Publisher

    1. World

    Architecture Hiraskar Dhanpat Rai &

    Sons, New Delhi. 2. Town Planning

    and Architecture Satish Chandra Agrawal

    Dhanpat Rai & Sons, New Delhi.

    3. 4. Indian

    Architecture, Volume I & II

    Percy Brown.

    5. Charles Correa 6. Website : www.indiabuildnet.com/arch.

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    PROGRAMME NAME : ARCHITECTURAL ASSITANTSHIP COURSE TITLE : GRAPHICS-I COURSE CODE : 105 PAPER CODE : 5131 DURATION OF PAPER : 3 HRS MAXIMUM MARKS : 100 RATIONALE The subject develops visualization of 3D objects in 2D which forms the basic of Architectural drawings. OBJECTIVES:- The student after completion of courses will be able to:

    - Know importance of scales, construct scales and use them

    - Understand various types of projections and make

    drawings in these. - Construct geometrical shapes and develop surfaces.

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    PROGRAMME NAME : ARCHITECTURAL ASSITANTSHIP COURSE TITLE : GRAPHICS-I COURSE CODE : 105 PAPER CODE : 5131 DURATION OF PAPER : 3 HRS MAXIMUM MARKS : 100 COURSE CONTENT Graphics is the basic language of Architecture or Interior Design profession. This subject is introduced to develop an ability to present various objects in graphical form with the help of various projections and also visualize objects through these methods. Unit-I

    1.1 Scales: Construction of plain & Diagonal scales. Its application to real objects and drawings.

    Unit-II

    Orthographic projections of lines and surfaces. Orthographic projections of simple objects like cube, cuboids,

    sphere, cylinder, prism and Pyramids. Unit-III

    3.1 Cutting planes and sections of above. 3.2 Development of surfaces of simple objects.

    Unit-IV

    Angular projections : Isometric, axonometric and oblique Unit-V

    Graphic codes and symbols for various elements of Architecture and Interior DesignArchitectural lettering (Measured and free hand in pencil, ink use of stencils and calligraphy techniques.

    Note : The sessionals are to be done is the form drawing sheets (Half Imperial size)

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    PROGRAMME NAME : ARCHITECTURAL ASSISTANTSHIP

    COURSE TITLE : BUILDING CONSTRUCTION-I

    COURSE CODE : 201

    PAPER CODE : 6097

    DURATION OF PAPER : 4 HRS

    MAXIMUM MARKS : 100

    RATIONALE

    This to make student get acquainted with technical and practical

    knowledge in execution of Architectural design through construction.

    OBJECTIVES:

    After completion of this course the student will be able to:

    • Acquire knowledge of actual execution process of various aspects of

    construction.

    • Know problems in execution and precautions to be taken.

    • Make drawings for certain components of building that can be executed.

    • Identity technical requirement of certain components of building &

    construction process.

    • Draw & sketch technically correct drawings for components of building.

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    PROGRAMME NAME : ARCHITECTURAL ASSISTANTSHIP

    COURSE TITLE : BUILDING CONSTRUCTION-I

    COURSE CODE : 201

    PAPER CODE : 6097

    DURATION OF PAPER : 4 HRS

    MAXIMUM MARKS : 100

    COURSE CONTENTS

    UNIT-I BRICK MASONRY

    Bonds in brick work for different wall thickness bonding of new

    work with old work.

    UNIT-II STONE MASONRY

    Types of stone masonary (rubble, corse rubble,Ashlar fine),

    dressing of joints.

    UNIT-III OPENINGS

    Flat, Segmental, Semi Circular Corbelled arches in bricks and

    stones. Lintels in timber, stone, R.C.C.

    UNIT-IV FOUNDATIONS & FOOTINGS

    Foundations for load bearing structure upto 2 storey, compound

    wall, partition wall.

    UNIT-V WALL FINISHES

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    Plastering and pointing. Cement plaster, Mud Plaster, Stucco

    Plaster. Fixing of glazed tiles & stone tiles to wall. Flush pointing,

    Cut pointing, V- grooved pointing, key pointing, Tuck pointing,

    Beaded pointing.

    UNIT-VI FLOORS

    Ground floor - Plinth, Earth filling, rubble packing, P.C.C. bed and

    various floor finishes. Upper floors over R.C.C. Slab.

    UNIT-VII DAMP PROOFING

    Damp-proofing treatment for foundations, floors, flat roofs, walls,

    pitched roof, study of materials used for this purpose.

    UNIT - VIII CARPENTARY JOINTS

    Types of joints in carpentry and their uses.

    UNIT IX DOORS WINDOWS & VENTILATORS

    Types of wooden doors & windows. Battened, ledged, braced,

    paneled, partly glazed & partly paneled, Door with fanlight,

    window with fan light. Fixing details, fixtures required.

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    PROGRAMME NAME : ARCHITECTURAL ASSISTANTSHIP

    COURSE TITLE : BUILDING CONSTRUCTION-I

    COURSE CODE : 201

    PAPER CODE : 6097

    DURATION OF PAPER : 4 HRS

    MAXIMUM MARKS : 100

    LIST OF LAB WORK/STUDIO WORK

    1. UNIT-I

    Drawing sheets to show various kinds of bonds with different wall

    thickness & piers. Sketches showing bonding of new work with old

    work.

    2. UNIT-II

    Sketches free hand or with drawing instruments showing different

    types of stone walls.

    3. UNIT - III

    Drawing sheets showing various types of arches with all technical

    terms. Sketches showing lintels in wood, stone and concrete

    (RCC).

    4. UNIT - IV

    Sketches showing section through load bearing wall of 200 mm

    and 300 mm thick. Details of water proofing is also to be shown.

    5. UNIT - V

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    Sketches showing types of pointing & fixing of stone/glazed tiles to

    walls.

    6. UNIT - VI

    Sketches of section through flooring of ground floor & upper floor.

    7. UNIT - VII

    Sketches showing treatment of damp-proofing of ground floor, flat

    slat, pitched roof.

    8. UNIT - VIII

    Sketches of various carpentry joints.

    10. UNIT - IX

    Drawing sheets showing various types of wooden doors &

    windows.

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    PROGRAMME NAME : ARCHITECTURAL ASSISTANTSHIP

    COURSE TITLE : BUILDING CONSTRUCTION-I

    COURSE CODE : 201

    PAPER CODE : 6097

    DURATION OF PAPER : 4 HRS

    MAXIMUM MARKS : 100

    LIST - TERM WORK

    UNIT-I

    Report on site visit to study execution of brick work on following aspects.

    Start execution of wall, height of wall constructed in one day, checking by

    plumb bob, type of mortar used, checking of levels, construction of wall

    upto 1.5 m. height & height more than 1.5 M. construction of 100 mm. type

    of foundation for 100mm wall, joining it with 200 mms. wall reinforcement

    placed. Racking of joints.

    UNIT-II

    Report on site visit to study stone masonry on following aspect.

    Places where stone masonry is required, placing of stones & b mortar used,

    checking of levels & plumb, height to be executed in a day. Pointing,

    racking.

    UNIT-III

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    Report on site visit.

    Form work required for construction of Arches, marking of centre, checking

    of levels & placing of bricks or stones.

    UNIT-IV

    Report on site visit on following aspect - layout of load bearing structure,

    width of trenches, checking of layout, placing of concrete & execution of

    brick work. Various precautions to be taken while execution. Proportion &

    measurement of ingredients of concrete, mixing of concrete.

    UNIT - V

    Report on site visit on following aspects - start of plastering process, how

    levels & plainness is achieved. Various precautions taken process for

    special plastering.

    UNIT - VI

    Report on following aspects for ground floor, Process of filling, putting,

    boulder-moorum soling, p.c.c., levelling the floor, achieving proper slope,

    fixing of floor tiles, casting of cast in situ floors.

    UNIT - VII

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    Report on following aspects Damp proofing of R.C.C. Slab. Material used,

    execution process rainwater drain.

    UNIT - VIII & IX

    Report on Carpentry work for doors & windows. Execution of door window

    frames, fixing panels.

    Note :-

    Use of picture medium in report in appreciable. Use of computer in making report is must. Report can contain additional aspects/ information as these are the guidelines. Students should take hands on experience on each aspect including handling of tools. Students shall take complete hands on experience. Power point presentation at least for one or two site visits.

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    PROGRAMME NAME : ARCHITECTURAL ASSISTANTSHIP

    COURSE TITLE : BUILDING CONSTRUCTION-I

    COURSE CODE : 201

    PAPER CODE : 6097

    DURATION OF PAPER : 4 HRS

    MAXIMUM MARKS : 100

    SCHEME OF STUDIES

    UNIT NO. TOPIC THEORY PRACTICAL TOTAL

    1 Brick Masonary 4 8 12

    2 Stone Masonary 4 8 12

    3 Openings 4 8 12

    4 Foundation & Footings 4 8 12

    5 Wall finishes 3 6 9

    6 Floors 3 6 9

    7 Damp proofing 3 2 5

    8 Carpentry Joints 3 8 11

    9 Door Windows 4 10 14

    TOTAL 32 64 96

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    PROGRAMME NAME : ARCHITECTURAL ASSISTANTSHIP

    COURSE TITLE : BUILDING CONSTRUCTION-I

    COURSE CODE : 201

    PAPER CODE : 6097

    DURATION OF PAPER : 4 HRS

    MAXIMUM MARKS : 100

    LIST OF TEXTBOOKS & REFERENCE BOOKS

    S. No.

    Name Author Publisher

    1. Building

    Construction Sushil Kumar Delhi Standard

    Publishers & Distributors.

    2. Building

    Construction Vol. I,II,III,IV

    Mackay Thames & Hudson London.

    3. Mitchells

    Elementary Building Construction

    Mitcjhel Bombay Allied Publishers.

    4. Building

    Construction S.C. Rangwala Charter Publishing

    House Anand.

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    PROGRAMME : ARCHITECTURAL ASSISTANTSHIP COURSE TITLE : WORKSHOP PRACTICE COURSE CODE : 202

    RATIONALE

    The subject will help the student in handling materials, visualize and develop creativity. Objective After completion of the course the student will be able to :

    (1) develop skills in carpentry and finishing of wood work

    (2) develop skills in metal work and finishing of items in metal work

    (3) improve creativity and handle materials to produce models

    (4) develop visualization and produce simple 3-D building models

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    PROGRAMME : ARCHITECTURAL ASSISTANTSHIP COURSE TITLE : WORKSHOP PRACTICE COURSE CODE : 202

    COURSE CONTENTS Unit I- Wood work Qualities of good wood, varieties available in market, commercial boards etc. procedure to cut and shape wood, use of various tools and machines. Finishing of wood work in polish, paints. Unit II – Metal work Sections in ferrous and non ferrous metals. Welding of flat sheets, angles, rods , pipes. Joints in aluminium sections. Unit III – Works in construction Brick masonary, mortar, plumbing joints, electrical wiring. Unit IV - Aesthetics Murals , decorative moulds, simple sculptures to reflect aesthetic sensitivity. Unit V - Building model 3D model for small building; block as well as detail model

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    PROGRAMME : ARCHITECTURAL ASSISTANTSHIP COURSE TITLE : WORKSHOP PRACTICE COURSE CODE : 202

    ASSIGNMENTS AND LAB WORK Unit I - Prepare at least two carpentry joints and finish them. Unit II – Produce samples in welding of sheets, angles, pipes. This can be in the form of grills, boxes, and any other suitable job. Unit III – Making Mortar of specific strength. Errect sample brick work, plumbing joints, electrification etc. These exercises can be done at construction sites. Unit IV – Make a mural of a composition made by the student, make a sculpture of simple forms. Make decorative moulds of plaster of paris. Unit V – Make block model and detail model of a given design of a small building.

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    PROGRAMME : ARCHITECTURAL ASSISTANTSHIP COURSE TITLE : WORKSHOP PRACTICE COURSE CODE : 202 SCHEME OF STUDIES

    UNIT NO

    PRACTICAL HOURS

    I 15

    II 15

    III 20

    IV

    23

    V 23

    Total 96

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    PROGRAMME NAME : ARCHITECTURAL ASSISTANTSHIP

    COURSE TITLE : COMPUTER AIDED DRAFTING - I

    COURSE CODE : 203

    PAPER CODE : 6098

    DURATION OF PAPER : 3 HRS

    MAXIMUM MARKS : 100

    RATIONALE

    Present day the Architect’s office is becoming paper less, Hence expertise in computer aided drafting is must for a good assistant. This course will give practical knowledge and hand on experience to the students on digital drawing. OBJECTIVES:- After completion of the course the student will be able to

    � Understand use of various commands in CAD � Use command to make simple drawings � Make 2D building drawing with proper dimensioning etc

    complete.

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    PROGRAMME NAME : ARCHITECTURAL ASSISTANTSHIP COURSE TITLE : COMPUTER AIDED DRAFTING - I

    COURSE CODE : 203

    PAPER CODE : 6098

    DURATION OF PAPER : 3 HRS

    MAXIMUM MARKS : 100

    COURSE CONTENTS

    UNIT-I .1 INTRODUCTION TO AUTOCAD

    • CAD systems, features, advantages and application, Hardware requirement, Input and output devices of CAD system.

    .2 Starting AUTOCAD

    • Features, main menu, Drawing editor, Preparing for first drawing, setting the units turning on Co-ordinates, Snap and grid setting the limits, saving the drawing.

    • UNIT-II

    2.1 DRAWING AND ADDING DETAILS

    • Line, changing layers, pline, object snap layer control, fillet, mirror, save, plot, hatch, circle, Array, Block, Offset etc.

    UNIT-III

    3.1 ADDING NOTES & DIMENSIONS

    • Adding a note to the drawing, changing the text font dimensioning, adding the title block and border templates.

    3.2 Technique to improve speed. UNIT-IV

    4.1 STARTING A 3D DRAWING

    • Preparing for drawing, Splitting the screen, Changing the views, modeling, rendering.

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    4.2 Viewing in 3D

    • Sol mesh, Removing hidden lines, shading and rending capturing shaded images, plotting hidden-line drawing.

    UNIT-V INSTALLING AND CONFIGURING AUTOCAD

    • Installing and configuring AutoCAD, Configuring the input & output devices, storing data, exporting e-mail.

    Note:- Sessionals will be in the form of drawings of each stage. Giving a time problem of 45 minutes each will do progressive assessment.

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    PROGRAMME NAME : ARCHITECTURAL ASSISTANTSHIP

    COURSE TITLE : BASIC & ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN - I

    COURSE CODE : 204

    PAPER CODE : 6099

    DURATION OF PAPER : 6 HRS

    MAXIMUM MARKS : 100

    RATIONALE

    The subject will help the student to develop visualization in field of

    aesthetics and Architectural problems of simple type.

    Objectives :-

    • Sketch simple objects in free hand drawing.

    • Understand principles of Composition and create Composition to

    achieve specific visual effect.

    • Understand Colour, Properties of colour and use it in design.

    • Develop preliminary architectural drawings.

    • Use various presentation techniques.

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    PROGRAMME NAME : ARCHITECTURAL ASSISTANTSHIP

    COURSE TITLE : BASIC & ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN - I

    COURSE CODE : 204

    PAPER CODE : 6099

    DURATION OF PAPER : 6 HRS

    MAXIMUM MARKS : 100

    COURSE CONTENTS

    UNIT-I INTRODUCTION TO ARCHITECTURE

    Defining Architecture, role of Architect, Role of Architectural

    assistant, Principles of architecture i.e. utility, form, and aesthetics.

    UNIT-II FREE HAND DRAWING

    Freehand drawing of simple two-dimensional & three-dimensional

    shapes and objects. Sketching of simple buildings and landscapes

    from actual or photograph.

    UNIT-III BASIC & ARCHITECTURAL COMPOSITION

    Principles of compositions, Unity, proportion, scale, accentuation

    & Rhythm, Contrast, focus, balance, harmony Define understand

    these principles and use these in 2D composition and 3D

    Compositions.

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    UNIT-IV COLOUR

    Colour in Colour Wheel, Colour materials. Hue, value and intensity

    scale, Emotional effect of Colour, Warm and Cool Colours,

    receding and advancing colours, harmony and contrast in Colours,

    neutral colours. Colour schemes for rooms in a residential building.

    UNIT-V ARCHITECTURAL RENDERING

    Rendering in pencil, pen & Colour to show human figures, trees,

    shrubs, masonry texture & other textures related to buildings.

    UNIT-VI ARCHITECTURAL DRAWING

    • Development of preliminary architecture drawings from a given

    sketch design of a single living unit with consideration to

    furniture layout.

    • Assembly of group of such units less than one roof with

    circulation consideration.

    • Tracing of Architectural drawings

    UNIT-VII PERSPECTIVE AND SCIOGRAPHY

    • Understand Principles of Perspective drawing. Draw one point & two point perspective of simple objects & small building. Draw perspective of building with approximate method.

    • Draw sciography in plan and elevation and in both planes of simple objects.

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    PROGRAMME NAME : ARCHITECTURAL ASSISTANTSHIP

    COURSE TITLE : BASIC & ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN - I

    COURSE CODE : 204

    PAPER CODE : 6099

    DURATION OF PAPER : 6 HRS

    MAXIMUM MARKS : 100

    LIST OF STUDIO WORK/LAB WORK

    1. Sketches of simple objects in 2D and 3D like Geometrical forms (Pencil

    Sketches)

    2. Sketches of simple buildings, landscapes in pencil sketches.

    3. Human figures and trees in black and white preferably in ink.

    4. Problems in Composition of lines, flat surfaces, to create specific visual

    effects. Use of colours & different materials to high light visual effect and

    tone-texture is expected.

    5. Architectural drawing developed from given sketch in the form of plan is

    expected with use of innovative proper presentation techniques.

    6. In 3D composition model is expected. This can be combined with

    workshop practice.

    7. Tracing of Architectural drawing

    PROGRAMME NAME : ARCHITECTURAL ASSISTANTSHIP

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    COURSE TITLE : BASIC & ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN - I

    COURSE CODE : 204

    PAPER CODE : 6099

    DURATION OF PAPER : 6 HRS

    MAXIMUM MARKS : 100

    SCHEME OF STUDIES

    UNIT NO.

    TOPIC THEORY PRACTICAL TOTAL

    1 INTRODUCTION 6 - 6

    2 FREEHAND DRAWING 2 20 22

    3 ARCHITECTURAL COMPOSITION

    8 35 43

    4 COLOUR 8 15 23

    5 ARCHITECTURAL RENDERING

    2 18 20

    6 ARCHITECTURAL DRAWINGS 3 25 28

    7 PERSPECTIVE AND SCIOGRAPHY

    3 15 18

    TOTAL 32 128 160

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    PROGRAMME NAME : ARCHITECTURAL ASSISTANTSHIP

    COURSE TITLE : BASIC & ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN - I

    COURSE CODE : 204

    PAPER CODE : 6099

    DURATION OF PAPER : 6 HRS

    MAXIMUM MARKS : 100

    REFERENCE BOOKS

    S. No.

    Name Author Publisher

    1. Building drawing

    with an integrated approach to built Environment 4th Edition.

    M.G. Shah C.M. Kare S.Y. Patki

    Tata Mcgraw Hill Publishing company Ltd. New Delhi.

    2. Rendering with

    Pen & Ink (Revised Edition 1984) reprint 1997)

    Rovert Gill Thames & Hudson London.

    3. Architectural

    Rendering (Revised Edition 1997)

    Civil A. Farcy B.T. Batsford Ltd., London

    4. Architecture &

    Town Planning (1993 Edition)

    Satish Chandra Agrawal

    Dhanpat Rai and Sons, New Delhi.

    5. Design Basics

    (2nd Edition) David A. Lawer Holt, Rinehart &

    Winston, Inc., U.S.A.

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    PROGRAMME NAME : ARCHITECTURAL ASSISTANTSHIP

    COURSE TITLE : ENVIORNMENTAL ENGINEERING AND SAFETY COURSE CODE : 205

    PAPER CODE : 6035

    DURATION OF PAPER : 3HRS

    MAXIMUM MARKS : 100

    RATIONALE

    Engineers and scientists from a number of related disciplines have been

    involved over years in the development of an academic basis for understanding and management of the environment. The purpose of keeping the environmental Engineering and safety is to introduce a unique approach to the overall concept of environment engineering, an approach that emphasizes the relationship between the principles observed in the natural purification process and those employed in the engineered process. PROGRAMME NAME : ARCHITECTURAL ASSISTANTSHIP

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    COURSE TITLE : ENVIORNMENTAL ENGINEERING AND SAFETY COURSE CODE : 205

    PAPER CODE : 6035

    DURATION OF PAPER : 3HRS

    MAXIMUM MARKS : 100

    SCHEME OF STUDIES

    S. No. Topic SCHEME OF STUDIES

    Hrs. of Study

    Theory

    Practical Total

    1. INTRODUCTION TO ENVIRONMENT

    04

    2. AIR POLLUTION SOURCES AND EFFECTS

    09

    3. METEOROLOGICAL ASPECTS OF AIR POLLUTANT DISPERSION

    09

    4. AIR POLLUTION CONTROL METHODS AND EQUIPMENTS

    18

    5. WATER POLLUTION SOURCES AND CLASSIFICATION

    09

    6. WASTE WATER TREATMENT METHOD

    09

    7. SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT 14

    8. NOISE POLLUTION AND CONTROL

    09

    9. SAFETY PRACTICES 09

    TOTAL 90 30 120

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    PROGRAMME NAME : ARCHITECTURAL ASSISTANTSHIP

    COURSE TITLE : ENVIORNMENTAL ENGINEERING AND SAFETY COURSE CODE : 205

    PAPER CODE : 6035

    DURATION OF PAPER : 3HRS

    MAXIMUM MARKS : 100

    COURSE CONTENTS

    S.NO. TOPIC CONTENTS HRS OF

    STUDY

    1. INTRODUCTION TO ENVIRONMENT

    - THE BIOSPHERE, biotic and abiotic

    - An aquatic ecosystem - Types of pollution - Impact of human being on

    environment. - Impact of environment on

    human being - Basic approach to improve

    environ