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B. ARCH. TERM II Scheme of Teaching L P/V S/T 1 5 OBJECTIVES: Scheme of Examination S MTE E TE P/V.

V 120 30 80 20

ARC- 201 ARCHITECTURE DESIGN II Duration of Examination 6 Hrs

Total 6

Total 250

Introduction to human activity spaces required for activities. Introduction to basic building components and their dimensions. To appreciate the elements in architectural design of single unit built structures.

CONTENTS: Anthropometrics Studies: Studies and introduction to human dimensions and factions, spaceactivity, relationships, measured drawings of a simple living units. Measuring drawing and dimensioning of simple building components, designing for basic functions of human beings, e.g. living eating, sleeping, cooking, toiletries, etc. Design of mono-cellular-unit/structure on a level plane, designing of simple activity spaces, designing of multiple but simple activity spaces involving primarily horizontal circulation.

Living spaces and building:

Building design:

APPROACH: Exercise to emphasis the significance of the user in the process of design. Selection of building for measure drawing of prototypes only. The design of building unit to be completed in the following stages: prototype study, problem identification, site analysis, preliminary sketch etc. Models of the final design necessary for greater comprehension.

SUGGESTED READINGS: Francis, D.K. Ching, Architecture form, space & order, Van Mostorand Reihocd, New York, 1996. K.W. Smitnies, Principles of Design in Architecture, chapman & publisher New York, 1983. GENERAL GUIDELINES FOR THE TEACHERS: To prepare the students to use their data/knowledge gained in the subject for practical application. To explain the role of functional relationship & structural stability in Architectural. Design, the design approach shall be based upon relationship from part to work. Case study & library study should be conducted for every project. INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE EXAMINER/PAPER SETTER: One space design problem of, mono cellular unit / structure, is to be formulated. Topic of the problem should be written on the envelop containing the question paper and this topic is to be displayed on the notice board ten days before the examination.

B. ARCH. TERM II Scheme of Teaching L P/V S/T 1 5 OBJECTIVES:

ARC- 202 CONTRUCTION & MATERIALS - II Scheme of Examination S MTE E TE P/V.V 100 25 50 25 Duration of Examination 4 Hrs

Total 6

Total 200

To acquaint the students to building materials such as Timber, Reinforced Concrete and Reinforced Brick Work. To familiarize the students with construction techniques for use of the above materials in building work.

CONTENTS: Section A: MATERIALS: Timber: Classification, Characteristics, Defects Preservation. Reinforced Cement Concrete Types, Mixing, Curing, Water Cement Ratio, Qualities and and Reinforced Brick Concrete: Workability. Section B: CONSTRUCTION: Brick Work:

Timber: D.P.C.: APPROACH:

Arches, Brick, Stone, elementary principles, definition and Centering. Corbelling. Coping, String Course, Decorative Brick work, Brick Jalis. Special Bonds-Rat Trap Bond, Garden Bond etc. Elementary Carpentry, Common joints, Details of Ledged And Braced Batten Doors. Vertical Damp proofing.

The students would be familiarized with glossary of vernacular terminology as prevalent in this part of the country. The emphasis will be on construction details as applicable to Indian conditions. Site visits to Timber market, Lime Kiln and Cement factory. Knowledge about rates of materials should be given.

SUGGESTED READINGS: Don A Watson, construction materials & processes, Mcgraw hill co. 1972. W.B. Mckay, Building construction, Vol.I,II,III. Longmans, U.K. Alanwerth, Materials, the Mitchell Pub. Co. Ltd., London, 1986. R. Chudley,Building Construction Handbook, British Library Cataloguing in Publication Data, London, 1990. R. Barry, Building Construction, East West Press, New Delhi, 1999. Sushil Kumar & Rangwala for Materials/Constructions. GENERAL GUIDELINES FOR THE TEACHERS: To prepare the students to use their data/knowledge gained in the subject for practical application. To cultivate personal observation & self learning in the students, construction site visits should be conducted. To familiarize the students with the main component of single storied bldng - doors, windows, walls, DPC, foundation etc. by making site visits in the field. INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE EXAMINER/PAPER SETTER: Two questions are to be set from each unit. Out of each Unit only one question is to be attempted by the candidate. All Questions Carry Equal Marks

B. ARCH. TERM II Scheme of Teaching L P/V S/T 1 1 -

ARC- 203 ARCHITECTURAL STRUCTURES - II Scheme of Examination S MTE E TE P/V.V 40 20 30 10 Duration of Examination 3 Hrs

Total 3

Total 100

OBJECTIVES To understand the basic principles of structural mechanics so that it forms the basis for study of structural design. CONTENTS: STRUCTURE SYSTEMS: Cellular System 1. Cell As A Natural Unit Of Space 2. Cell Transformation 3. Polygonal Cellular Systems leading to Geodesic Domes 4. Application Of Cellular Systems In Buildings Bulk Active Structure System Structure acting mainly through material bulk and continuity i.e. bulk active structure system or structure systems in bending 1. Slabs (One way and Two way) 2. Beams (Simply Supported Cantilever Continuous and Vierendale Girders) 3. Grid (Skew and Square Grid) 4. Columns Vector Active Structure System Structure acting mainly through composition of compression and tension members in coactive compression and tension 1. Space Frames 2. Trusses (Timber And Steel) 3. Domes (Ribbed and Geodesic)
FUNDAMENTALS OF STRUCTURE DESIGN

Masonry Structures 1. Design Of Foundation (Footing for Single brick, 11/2 brick and Two brick wall) 2. Design Of retaining Wall 3. Design Of Column and Walls (Single brick, 11/2 brick and Two brick walls, Columns and Piers) Timber Structures 1. Introduction to Simple Timber Beam 2. Introduction to Timber Truss 3. Introduction to Dome Types, Materials, Design Principles, Stresses in Domes and construction techniques. APPROACH: The lectures by the experts in the field will be arranged for the students so as to give them exposure to the practical aspects of design. SUGGESTED READINGS: Order in Space by Keith Critchlow 3 Dimensional Design by Richard K Thomas A cellular Approach Structure Systems Anand S. Arya, Masonary and Timber structures Name of publisher Nam Chand and Brothers, 2006. Frederick Putnam Spalding Masonary structures Name of Publisher : Bibliolife, 2008. P.C. Punmia, Strength of materials & Theory of structures, Vol-I, Laxmi Publications Delhi, 1994. S. Ramamurtham, Strength of materials Dhanpatrai & Sons Delhi, 1990. GENERAL GUIDELINES FOR THE TEACHERS: To prepare the students to use their data/knowledge gained in the subject for practical application. The students should preferably be made to co-ordinate the fabrication of models to demonstrate the various structural systems. INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE EXAMINER/PAPER SETTER: Two questions are to be set from each unit. Out of each Unit only one question is to be attempted by the candidate.

B. ARCH. TERM II Scheme of Teaching L P/V S/T 1 5 OBJECTIVES:

ARC- 204 ARCHITECTURAL DRAWING - II Scheme of Examination S MTE E TE P/V.V 100 25 75 Duration of Examination 4 Hrs

Total 6

Total 100

To familiarize the student with theoretical, practical and pictorial aspects of architectural drawing. To introduce the students to graphic treatment of two-dimensional drawing. To develop perception and presentation of simple architecture forms and buildings.

CONTENTS: Section A: Iso-Metric/ Axonometric Drawing:

Types, uses and advantages Isometric, axonometric and pictorial view. Metric Drawing and projection and their dimensioning. Metric of plane figures composed of straight lines. Metric of circles. Metric of simple and complex blocks. Purpose and use. Differences with metric projections. Anatomy of a perspective-cone of vision, station point, picture plane, eye level, horizon line, ground line, vanishing point etc. Types of perspective-One point, two points, and point perspective. Perspective of simple and complex box blocks. Perspective of simple household furniture items. Values in Shades and shadows. Constructing plan shadows (point, line and plane). Constructing shadows in elevations (point, line and plane). Short-cut methods for Constructing shadows presentation techniques in Sciography. Construction of section, intersection and interpenetration of solids.

Section B: Perspective Drawing:

Section C: Shades and shadows:

Section D: Solid Geometry:

APPROACH: The lectures by the experts in the field will be arranged for the students so as to give them exposure to the practical aspects of design. SUGGESTED READINGS: N.D. Bhatt, and U.M. Panchal Engineering drawing Plane & Solid Geometry. Charotar Publishing House, Anand, India reprint Editors. P.E. Warren, J. Luzadder, Fundamentals of Engineering drawing. William E. Wyatt, General Architectural Drawing. Chas. A. Bennett Co., Inc. 1969. Joseph D. Amelio, perspective Drawing handbook. Dover Publications, 2004. Ray Smith, Introduction to perspective. Dorling Kindersley Publishers. GENERAL GUIDELINES FOR THE TEACHERS: To prepare the students to use their data/knowledge gained in the subject for practical application. Emphasis should be laid on drafting quality. 3-D models should be used to explain projections, views & sciography. INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE EXAMINER/PAPER SETTER: Two questions are to be set from each unit. Out of each Unit only one question is to be attempted by the candidate. And over all Three out of four questions are to be attempted.

B. ARCH. TERM II Scheme of Teaching L P/V S/T 1 5 Scheme of Examination S MTE E TE P/V.V 40 20 40 -

ARC- 205 ART & GRAPHICS II Duration of Examination 4Hrs

Total 6

Total 100

INTENT: The subject of Arts and Graphics would encompass: Introduction to Arts and appreciation of art and its philosophies. Familiarization with principles and theories of graphics and architectural composition. Development of Art and Graphic skills. CONTENTS: Section A: Philosophy of Art: Renaissance-Giotte, Leonardo da Vinci, Michael Angleo. (Introduction to great Masters Baroque-Rambrandt. And Modem, Art Movements) Impessionism-Manet, Ranoir, Gauguin, Van Gogh. Fauviam-Matises. Cubism-Picasso, Henry Moore, Duchamp. Expressionisms- Paul Klee, Chagall. Surrealism-Dali. Section B: Theory of Design: Unity, Elements of unity Texture, Colour, Tone Direction, (Introduction to Architectural Proportion, From and shape, solids and voids. Composition) Aspects of unity- Dominance, harmony, proportion, rhythm, vitality. Section C: Art and Graphics skills: Free hand drawing-drawing people, furniture, fabric and transport from imitation, observation and recapitulation. Rendering techniques-for textures of materials and finisher; using Equipments like transfers, airbrush rendering architectural drawings. APPROACH: The theory part of the course will be an overview covered through audiovisual lectures delivered by experts in the field. Studio exercises of graphic composition will be in the form of drawing, collage and models. The students would be taught to handle various mediums in studio as part of development of art and graphic skills. The examination paper would be so set so as to test the knowledge and understanding of the student for each distinct part of the syllabus. SUGGESTED READINGS: Guyr Williams, Drawing and Sketching. Robert W. Gill, Basic Rendering. Ken, Goldman, Charcoal Drawing. Robert W. Gill, Rendering with pen & ink. S.M. Chers. Architecture in pen & ink. Ray Smith, Water Colors. Ethel Rompilla, Color for Interior Design. Robert S. Oliver, Sketch in color. Suffudy, sketching techniques. Ronald J. Kasprisin, Water color in Architecture. K.W. Smitries, Principles of Design in Architecture, Chapman & Publisher, New York. GENERAL GUIDELINES FOR THE TEACHERS: To prepare the students to use their data/knowledge gained in the subject for practical application. Visits should be conducted to the sites in order to improvise their sketching skills. Course in derised to establish a need for the study of great masters work & being considered as a broad compechersive activity with a view to help the student to appreciate the difference between theory of design. An irresponsible opinion and well reasoned judgment by looking at design in a deep analytical way. Suitable examples to be given from recognized works/buildings of eminent artists & architects. INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE EXAMINER/PAPER SETTER: Two questions are to be set from each unit. Out of each Unit only one question is to be attempted by the candidate and overall two out of Three questions are to be attempted.

B. ARCH. TERM II

ARC- 206 SURVEYING & LEVELING II

Scheme of Teaching L P/V S/T 1 2 OBJECTIVES:

Total 3

Scheme of Examination S MTE E TE P/V.V 40 20 20 20

Total 100

Duration of Examination 3 Hrs

To bring awareness of the role of surveying and living in architectural and planning projects. To familiarize the student will be techniques of surveying and leveling.

CONTENTS: Section A: Surveying:

Role of surveying in Architecture, Types of survey. Introduction to various techniques-Chain and Plain Table Survey, Travers Survey. General principles of Leveling in context of Architecture and Planning. Theodolite Theodolite and its use on site. Definition, principles and application of photography in Surveying.

Section B: Leveling:

Section C: Photogrammatery: APPROACH:

Emphasis on field exercises and on site surveys. The theoretical part of the course shall be covered through lectures.

SUGGESTED READINGS: B.C. Punmia, Surveying & Leveling by Laxmi Publication. Kanitkar, Surveying first publish 1996 by ISBN 817371021X. S.K. Duggal, text book of surveying Published by Tata Mcgram Hill ninth reprint 2008. K.R. Arora, Principles & use of surveying instruments. Coledinning & Oliver, Surveying Published for the institutes of surveyors in Quesnsland.

GENERAL GUIDELINES FOR THE TEACHERS: To prepare the students to use their data/knowledge gained in the subject for practical application. INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE EXAMINER/PAPER SETTER: Two questions are to be set from each unit. Out of each Unit only one question is to be attempted by the candidate. And Practical viva is to conducted on the surveying and leveling work done in the course.

B. ARCH. TERM II

ARC- 207 COMPUTER APPLICATONS TO ARCHITECTURE - II

Scheme of Teaching L P/V S/T 1 2 OBJECTIVES:

Total 3

Scheme of Examination S MTE E TE P/V.V 40 20 40

Total 100

Duration of Examination 3 Hrs

To acquaint the students with the basic knowledge of Computers. To familiarize the students with the different Computer Operating Systems. To introduce the Computer Data entry skills to the students.

CONTENTS: Section A: Introduction of Computers and Softwares: Operating Systems: Introduction to Hardware and general idea of their use. Proprietary operating system:- Windows, Apple Mac Salient features . Open source operating system:- Linux, Unix Android. . Application Softwares: Date Entry & Data retrieval: General Typing skills. Microsoft Office:-Word, Excel, Acrobat Reader, Open Office Section B: Presentation and Graphics Software: PowerPoint, Adobe CS, Corel Draw. Sketch UP etc. Introduction to Auto CAD: Basic of computer Aided Design, Application of Auto CAD in Architecture. Drafting using various co-ordinate systems.

APPROACH: The emphasis should be given to actual working on computer and Typing skills to be developed.

SUGGESTED READINGS: Beck, L., System software, 3rd Ed., Addison Wesley, 1997. Moseley, L.E. & Boodey, D.M., Office 97, BPB Pubs. 1997. Stallings, W., Computer Architecture & Organization, PHI, 1998. Goldengerg, Joseph, Autocad Architecture 2008- comprehensive Tutorials Autodesk. (Latest) Aubin, Paul F., Mastering Auto CAD Architecture (Latest) Elise, Moss, Auto CAD Architecture fundamentals (Latest)

GENERAL GUIDELINES FOR THE TEACHERS: To prepare the students to use their data/knowledge gained in the subject for practical application. The students should be encouraged to purpose drawings/composition/presentation of other subjects for practicising above software. INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE EXAMINER/PAPER SETTER: Two questions are to be set from each unit. Out of each Unit only one question is to be attempted by the candidate in the lab.