Globally Acclaimed Faculty

Faculty members trained in top universities across the globe, ensuring pedagogy of highest international standards.

Harvard, Cornell, Oxford, UC-Berkeley, Heidelberg, Politecnico Di Milano, Cincinnati are among best universities of the world where our faculty members have taught and studied. Apart from architects, the faculty comprises urbanists, historians, geographers, anthropologists, artists, lawyers and engineers.

Architecture

  • 5-year program accredited by the Council of Architecture
  • Prepares you as a licensed architect in India
  • Majors and the Minors allow high degree of interdisciplinarity
  • Major: Material and making on design thinking. Social, historical, political, economic and technological interfaces of architecture
  • Minors offer insights into geography, society, culture, history, anthropology, law, gender
  • Participate in exchange studios and collaborative works with students from leading architectural colleges worldwide
  • Multiple internships at leading firms such as WWF India, CIDC, TRIPP, IIT Delhi, Hyderabad Urban Lab, Scan the World for my Mini Factory, London, McGill University, Canada, Ashoka Trust for Research on Ecology and Environment (ATREE), Herman Miller, CBRE, CSE, JLL, Observer Research Foundation, Stir World, Space Design Consultants, Scan the World, London, Opus Indigo and Jackfruit Research and Design from end of 2nd year.
  • Provides additional skillsets which no other architecture school in the country offers
  • Prepares you for multiple industries and sectors by developing a unique combination of abilities

Architectural Studies

  • A 3+1 year program embedded in Liberal Arts Context
  • Makes you eligible for a Master’s Degree in architecture and design worldwide
  • Major: Material and making on design thinking. Social, historical, political, economic and technological interfaces of architecture
  • Minors offer insights into geography, society, culture, history, anthropology, law, gender
  • Participate in exchange studios and collaborative works with students from leading architectural colleges worldwide
  • Multiple internships at leading firms such as WWF India, CIDC, TRIPP, IIT Delhi, Hyderabad Urban Lab, Scan the World for my Mini Factory, London, McGill University, Canada, Ashoka Trust for Research on Ecology and Environment (ATREE), Herman Miller, CBRE, CSE, JLL, Observer Research Foundation, Stir World, Space Design Consultants, Scan the World, London, Opus Indigo and Jackfruit Research and Design from end of 2nd year.
  • Provides additional skillsets which no other design school in the country offers
  • Prepares you for multiple industries and sectors by developing a unique combination of abilities
  • Student exchange and master extension program abroad available

Interior Design

  • Four-year programme, with a focus on live projects, to make graduates industry-ready.
  • Facilitate graduates to be empathetic, critical, entrepreneurial, globally competitive while locally embedded.
  • Learn how to understand, analyse and improve inhabited spaces through experimental, experiential, and informed design processes.
  • Strong focus on interdisciplinarity through flexible and self-designed Major + Minor curricular structure.
  • Major (Interior Design) includes space design, object design, systems design, adaptive reuse, materials & making, construction techniques, craft practices, sourcing and networks, building services, representation & communication, ethics, materials and styles, lighting and acoustic design, amongst others.
  • Minors looks at a wide array of studies including law, business, management, liberal arts, policy, journalism and communication, banking and finance, environment and sustainability, psychology and architecture.
  • Anticipate changes in the future built environments (from domestic to urban scale)
  • Learn in a studio-based environment, through seminars and ateliers, culminating finally in a capstone project.
  • Focus on developing practical and knowledge-based skills, for local and global contexts.
  • Focus on peer learning and collaboration.
  • Learn from internationally trained design professors and leading industry professionals.
  • Various internship and placement opportunities with leading national and international organizations.
  • Prepares you for a wide range of interesting and interdisciplinary career options.
  • Student exchange and master extension program abroad available

Urban Design

  • Learn to engage with the City—as object, as people, as metaphor, as relationships, as networks, and as an organism
  • The four year programme design for students with a wide range of interests and backgrounds
  • Embedded in a truly liberal arts context—the natural (physical) sciences, humanities, arts, and social sciences.
  • Prepares you for a career in government, business, education, public health, law, and the non-profit sector, among others.
  • Major program of study includes: social and spatial analytics (physical layout and build, land use, structures of use, economic and infrastructure networks), space planning, air and water quality, urban governance, law and policy, geoinformatics, environmental assessments, road safety & urban transport, energy studies, labour and work, and public health.
  • Minor programs of study include law, policy, business, finance, economics, sociology and history.
  • You learn through a seminar and studio sequence.
  • You learn from internationally trained faculty from a wide spectrum of academic and operational expertise.
  • Avail many exchange opportunities with top schools of urban studies globally.
  • Go on to Master’s and Doctoral Degree programs in the best universities around the globe in Architecture, Urban Studies and Planning, Policy Studies, Ecology and Environment Studies, Urban and Landscape Design, Project and Construction Management.

Community Development

  • The four year programme especially designed for students have interest in Social Sciences, Social work, Community Development.
  • Offers critical interdisciplinary training embedded in the liberal arts context.
  • Major program of study includes fundamentals social sciences from across sociology, geography, anthropology, ecology, history, economics, gender, media which are taught through innovative courses on design, urban studies, sustainable development, spatial analytics, place and space, public health, art, climate change and many others.
  • Minor program of study includes law, policy, economics, technology, public policy, conservation and landscape design.
  • Prepares you for a career in global development sector, financial institutions, academia and research, urban design, project consultancy, construction industry including housing, sustainability, public transit systems, historic preservation, media and many others.
  • You learn through live cases and projects, working with experts.
  • You intern in firms working globally in development, housing, urban and rural development, community design, conservation and heritage management, landscape design, sustainable development projects.
  • You can avail many exchange opportunities with top schools of design globally.
  • Provides additional skillsets which no other design school in the country offers.
  • Prepares you for multiple industries and sectors by developing a unique combination of abilities.
  • Student exchange and master extension program abroad available.

Minors

  • Unique offering of a minor program of study with a design major
  • Minor requirements range from a minimum of 24 to a maximum of 32 credits in the chosen area of study
  • Minors can either help develop a concentration within the discipline or develop a secondary area of expertise for graduates
  • Choose from a list of 10 pre-figured minors or create your own path of study

Bachelor of Design (B.Des)- Interior Design

Eligibility: 10+2 or equivalent with a minimum of 50% marks (CBSE, ISC, State Boards, IB, Cambridge, and any Government Recognized Boards).

Students completing grade 12th in 2021 are also eligible to apply

Admission Criteria: Admission to the program is through a competitive process conducted over three rounds

  1. The application process with its personal statement and supplemental information
  2. Jindal Creative Aptitude Test (the entrance exam)
  3. An interview process which includes a portfolio review.

Only students who clear rounds 1 and 2 will receive the invite to appear in Interview and portfolio review.

Seats: 20
Program Fee: Rs. 3,00,000/- Per Year
Hostel Fee: Rs. 2,60,000/- Per Year
Application Fee: Rs. 3000/-
JCAT Online Home Based Exam Fee: Rs. 1020/-

Important Dates

Jindal Creative Aptitude Test (JCAT) Exam Schedule

Part A Exam : March 26th -28th
Part A Result : April 3rd
Part B (Interview & Portfolio) : April 2nd Week
Part B Result : April 2nd Week

Bachelor of Design (B.Des)- Uban Design

Eligibility: 10+2 or equivalent with a minimum of 50% marks (CBSE, ISC, State Boards, IB, Cambridge, and any Government Recognized Boards).

Students completing grade 12th in 2021 are also eligible to apply

Admission Criteria: Admission to the program is through a competitive process conducted over three rounds

  1. The application process with its personal statement and supplemental information
  2. Jindal Creative Aptitude Test (the entrance exam)
  3. An interview process which includes a portfolio review.

Only students who clear rounds 1 and 2 will receive the invite to appear in Interview and portfolio review.

Seats: 20
Program Fee: Rs. 3,00,000/- Per Year
Hostel Fee: Rs. 2,60,000/- Per Year
Application Fee: Rs. 3000/-
JCAT Online Home Based Exam Fee: Rs. 1020/-

Important Dates

Jindal Creative Aptitude Test (JCAT) Exam Schedule

Part A Exam : March 26th -28th
Part A Result : April 3rd
Part B (Interview & Portfolio) : April 2nd Week
Part B Result : April 2nd Week

B.A. (HONS.) Built Environment Studies

Architecture Studies

Eligibility: 10+2 or equivalent with a minimum of 50% marks (CBSE, ISC, State Boards, IB, Cambridge, and any Government Recognized Boards).

Students completing grade 12th in 2021 are also eligible to apply

Admission Criteria: Admission to the program is through a competitive process conducted over three rounds

  1. The application process with its personal statement and supplemental information
  2. Jindal Creative Aptitude Test (the entrance exam)
  3. An interview process which includes a portfolio review.

Only students who clear rounds 1 and 2 will receive the invite to appear in Interview and portfolio review.

Seats: 20
Program Fee: Rs. 3,50,000/- Per Year
Hostel Fee: Rs. 2,60,000/- Per Year
Application Fee: Rs. 3000/-
JCAT Online Home Based Exam Fee: Rs. 1020/-

Important Dates

Jindal Creative Aptitude Test (JCAT) Exam Schedule

Part A Exam : March 26th -28th
Part A Result : April 3rd
Part B (Interview & Portfolio) : April 2nd Week
Part B Result : April 2nd Week

Bachelor of Design (B.Des)- Community Development

Eligibility: 10+2 or equivalent with a minimum of 50% marks (CBSE, ISC, State Boards, IB, Cambridge, and any Government Recognized Boards).

Students completing grade 12th in 2021 are also eligible to apply

Admission Criteria: Admission to the program is through a competitive process conducted over three rounds

  1. The application process with its personal statement and supplemental information
  2. Jindal Creative Aptitude Test (the entrance exam)
  3. An interview process which includes a portfolio review.

Only students who clear rounds 1 and 2 will receive the invite to appear in Interview and portfolio review.

Seats: 20
Program Fee: Rs. 3,50,000/- Per Year
Hostel Fee: Rs. 2,60,000/- Per Year
Application Fee: Rs. 3000/-
JCAT Online Home Based Exam Fee: Rs. 1020/-

Important Dates

Jindal Creative Aptitude Test (JCAT) Exam Schedule

Part A Exam : March 26th -28th
Part A Result : April 3rd
Part B (Interview & Portfolio) : April 2nd Week
Part B Result : April 2nd Week

Bachelor of Architecture (B.Arch.) (5 years)

Eligibility: No candidate shall be admitted to architecture course unless he has passed an examination at the end of the 10+2 scheme of examination with at least 50 per cent. aggregate marks in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics and also at least 50 per cent. marks in aggregate of the 10+2 level examination or passed 10+3 Diploma Examination with Mathematics as compulsory subject with at least 50 per cent. marks in aggregate.

Admission Criteria: Admission to the program is through a competitive process conducted over three rounds:

  1. The application process with its personal statement and supplemental information
  2. NATA or JEE-2 Score
  3. Counseling

Only students who apply for the scholarship need to appear in Interview

Seats: 40
Program Fee: Rs. 4,00,000/- Per Year
Hostel Fee: Rs. 2,60,000/- Per Year
Application Fee: Rs. 3000/-

Important Dates

Jindal Creative Aptitude Test (JCAT) Exam Schedule

Part A Exam : March 26th -28th
Part A Result : April 3rd
Part B (Interview & Portfolio) : April 2nd Week
Part B Result : April 2nd Week