NIT Raipur Architecture Syllabus

NIT-RAIPUR

SYLLABUS FOR FIVE YEARS B.ARCH.

DEGREE COURSE

 

Subject:- Architecture Design-V

The subject aims at developing creativity for designing imaginative built forms with application of principles and theory of architectural design and philosophies of contemporary architects. The attempt is towards developing one’s own language and philosophy of architecture to guide towards exploring alternative building forms for different activities which help in understanding the relationship of structure and possibilities in building forms. Design problems shall include problems of simple and complex nature i.e. Religious buildings, residential complexes, gathering places, clubs, cafés, community halls, museums, art galleries, pavilions, sport complexes, hospitals, polyclinics, factories.

Emphasis shall be given more on three-dimensional studies to develop an understanding for man and space relationship and also relevant building byelaws.

There should be variety of problems in the studio work with changing focus for each problem from theory to construction techniques (local) and site layouts, including organization and detailing of open spaces with an aim to learn working with practical limitations.

Two time problems (as class tests) are to be conducted in class other than regular design problems.

Note:

Sessional will be in the form of drawings and models along with Technical report for the design dealt. The evaluation shall be done in intermediate reviews consisting of internal and external experts. There should be regular site visits to buildings, dealt in studio problems, so as to document them with the help of photographs, slides, etc.

 

 

Subject:- Building Construction & Technology-V

UNIT 1

 

Special openings-I

 

Design and Constructional details of sliding,

Sliding folding,

Side hung doors

Revolving doors,

Sliding windows in timber

Sliding windows in metal

UNIT 2

 

Special openings-II

 

Fully glazed door, in metal.

Rolling shutter

Collapsible gates.

UNIT 3

 

Curtain walls

 

Introduction to curtain wall construction, its advantages, shading, structural glazing, etc.

Metal and aluminium sectioned curtain wall.

R.C.C. curtain wall

Special purpose curtain wall with reflective glazing, insulation, etc.

UNIT 4

 

Special entrances

 

Study of steel railing, jali, grills, and ladders.

Design and construction details of fixed glazing

Study of compound wall (including advance type) with security arrangement

Study of wicket gate and large entrance gates rolling on wheels.

UNIT 5

 

Finishes and surface treatments

 

Study of expansion joints, waterproofing and roof light.

Study of details of various methods of common façade treatments.

Study of details of various methods of common interior finishes.

 

 

 

 

Subject:- Structural Design & System-V

STRUCTURE DESIGN-II (STEEL STRUCTURE) UNIT 1

 

Steel joint and connection

 

UNIT 2

 

Design of compression member

 

UNIT 3

 

Design of tension member

 

UNIT 4

 

Design of steel beam (simple and built up beam)

 

UNIT 5

 

Industrial building:

 

Introduction,

Planning,

Types,

Roof and side covering,

Element of Industrial building (no design),

Only design steps, for industrial building (no detail design)

 

 

 

 

Subject:- Building Services & Equipemts-I

UNIT 1

 

Sanitation-I

 

Basic principles of sanitation

Introduction to modern plumbing system.

Study of Indian standards and plumbing byelaws (NBC).

General introduction to various sanitary fitting & fixtures, their placement, functions and constructional details.

Study of internal & external drainage system including study of duct for various buildings including small residences, apartments, block of houses, public buildings etc.

UNIT 2

 

Sanitation-II

 

Study of various types of sanitary pipes, construction of joints and laying of pipes.

Study of Traps, Inspection chambers, Manholes, Septic tanks, Soak pits, and Public sewage line.

Study of Disposal systems for domestic effluent from fitting to sewer line.

Study of low cost sanitary systems (SULABH COMPLEXES) and other CBRI details.

Study of storm water disposal at site and settlement level.

UNIT 3

 

Sanitation-III

 

Importance of sanitary services in the economics of buildings.

Study of refuse chutes and service floors in multistoried buildings.

Planning & design for disposal of urban /rural effluent.

Various methods of collection, treatment, disposal, and recycle of urban /rural effluent including wastewater and city solid wastes.

UNIT 4

 

Water Supply-I

 

Sources of water, types of water.

Water treatment for domestic purpose.

Quality of potable water.

Rain water harvesting system.

Recycling of water.

UNIT 5

 

Water Supply-II

 

Study of water storage and supply network.

Calculation of water supply requirements based on Indian standards (BIS and NBC).

Architectural approach to plan the domestic water storage facilities and water distribution system in a building and settlement, along with study of fixtures, fittings, accessories, equipments and construction details thereof.

 

 

 

Subject:- Building Bye laws & Codes of practice

UNIT 1

 

Introduction:

 

Building bye-laws – their need and importance, advantages.

Study of building bye-laws – means of access, open spaces, parts of buildings (as per NBC).

UNIT 2

 

Building Bye-Laws-I

 

Building bye-laws with respect to various plot sizes, building types and height restrictions, air funnel.

Lighting, sound and HVAC (as per NBC).

Fire fighting regulations

Parking regulations

UNIT 3

 

Building Bye-Laws-II

 

Building bye-laws for special zones viz., airport, hospitals, residential, commercial, Cinema theatres, SEZ etc.

Development control and aesthetic control bye-laws, sky plane, front and rear angles.

Other building standards including state and municipal byelaws

UNIT 4

 

Development controls at settlements level.

 

Eminent domain, police powers, zoning controls, etc.

Sub-division regulations.

Land development standards and municipal byelaws in various states.

UNIT 5

 

Special regulation:

 

Codal provision for disaster mitigation (earthquake, urban floods, landslides etc.)

Coastal area regulations.

 

 

 

 

Subject:- Histrory of Architecture, Art & Culture-III

UNIT 1

 

Renaissance Architecture:

Italian

French

English

German

UNIT 2

 

Early Islamic Architecture

 

Development of ancient Islamic Architecture (global)

Development of Islamic Architecture (Indian) pre-Mughal rule (Delhi Sultanate)

UNIT 3

 

Indian Islamic Provincial Architecture —

 

Central India

East India

West India

South India

UNIT 4

 

Indian Islamic Architecture during Mughal Rule

 

Pre Akbar period

Akbar –Jahangir period

Reign of Shajahan

Aurangzeb and after

UNIT 5

 

Colonial Architecture

 

Introduction

Regional influence

Indo-saracenic style

Influence of early industrializatio

 

 

 

Subject:- Working Drawing-I

1. Introduction to various building components and precise purpose of set of working drawings. Study of each drawing with reference to specification & schedules of various building materials.

2. Preparations of check list as guide for list of working drawings. Study of building byelaws for various construction details. Method of representing various contents & specific information in working drawings.

3. Preparation of municipal drawings and importance of working drawing as a legal document and tender document.

4. One set of working drawing of any load bearing structure along with large-scale details of any specifically designed situations.

5. List of drawings:

Corporation drawing

Center line plan

Excavation plan

Footing layout plan, footing detail

Beam (ground beam and plinth beam),beam detail

Sill level plan, schedule of openings

Lintel level plan

Slab level ,slab beam detail

Frame detail

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