School of Planning and Architecture [SPA], New Delhi
Bachelor of Architecture B.Arch, Master of Architecture M.Arch, Master of Design M.Des (Industrial Design), Master of Building Engineering and Management, Master of Planning, Bachelor of Planning, Ph.D,
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The School of Planning and Architecture, New Delhi , is a constituent college of the Schools of Planning and Architecture Group spanning in a number of states in India, such as, New Delhi, Bhopal, Vijayawada. It is an independent public institution providing higher education under the affiliation of the Ministry of Human Resource Development, Government of India. The history of this institution is known to be earlier than the Independence of India. A council committee was set up by Sir Jogendra Singh of the Viceroy, whose aim was the construction of Higher Technical Education in India. It was a 22 member committee lead by Nalini Rajan Sarkar who advocated the establishment of SPA in other parts of the country.
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Earlier the admission process of SPA for undergraduate was through the AIEEE, which in 2013 was replaced by Joint Entrance Exam (JEE) and admission in postgraduate courses is accepted through Interviews and Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering (GATE), with certain qualifications mentioned by the Institution for PhD admissions some of which are mentioned below:
- Masters Degree in Regional Planning or Urban Planning or Housing or Transport, Landscape Architecture etc acquired by a recognised university or college with a min. percentage of 55%.
- And a bachelor's degree in relevant fields with the same aggregate percentage of marks.
The notable alumni of this institution has achieved a remarkable place in various occupations in India as well as in some neighbouring countries:
- Raj Rewal , architect
- Arundhati Roy, writer
- Baburam Bhattarai, 36th PM of Nepal
- Hisila Yami, former minister of physical planning, Nepal
- Revathi Kamath, leading mud architecture in India.