Saturday, 5 October 2013


The elgibility criteria for B.Arch is

( I) Candidate qualified in the All India Engineering / Pharmacy / Architecture Entrance Examination ( AIEEE -2010 ), with the ability of the architecture produced by the CBSE test (see note 1 below ) .

( II ) Candidate passed an examination at the end of the two new pattern High School Certificate Examination or equivalent with Mathematics and English as subjects of examinations at 10 +2 level ( not earlier than March/April- 2008) with a minimum of 10 50% of the marks as a whole , ( see note 2 and 3 below)


spent a third year diploma in Architecture ( 10 +3 ) (not before April 2008 ) recognized by the Central Government / State provided the candidate has passed the final exams of 50% marks in their entirety (see note 2 and 3 below) ) .

1 . A candidate must obtain a minimum of 15 percentage points in the All India Engineering / Pharmacy / Architecture Entrance Examination ( AIEEE 2010) to qualify. However, candidates belonging to Scheduled Castes / Tribes and physically challenged categories are eligible if they achieve a minimum of 10 percentage points in AIEEE 2010.

2 . A candidate who gets a compartment in 10 +2 / Diploma in architecture examination held in March / April 2010 will not be eligible for admission even if he / she clears the same ( by appearing in the supplementary examination ) before the date of consultation .

3 . Aggregate percentage of marks in 10 +2 or equivalent examination must be developed as suggested by the certificate awarding Board / University / Council. If the Board / University / Council awards a letter without providing an equivalent percentage of marks on the report card , the applicant must obtain a certificate
Board of Directors respective / University / Council specifying conversion formula equivalent percentage , and submit the same at the time of consultation . In the absence of such a certificate, the decision of the JAC regarding his / her eligibility shall be final.