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School of Planning and Architecture : Department of Architectural Conservation

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4-Block-B, Indraprastha Estate , New Delhi - 110002
District: Delhi (Delhi)
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The School of Planning and Architecture had a modest beginning in 1941 as a Department of Architecture of Delhi Polytechnic. It was later affiliated to the University of Delhi and integrated with the School of Town and Country Planning which was established in 1955 by the Government of India to provide facilities for rural, urban and regional planning.

 
 
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 Course(s) Offered by School of Planning and Architecture : Department of Architectural Conservation  in Archaeology
M.Arch Architectural Conservation
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Eligibility
Graduation
 
Duration
5 modules
 
Medium of Instruction
English
 
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The Academic course contents are structured in five modules to encompass the Conservation philosophy, Conservation principles and practices, Conservation science techniques and technology, Conservation management and Conservation studio. Special emphasis is placed on planning for historic cities and regeneration of historic core areas and traditional housing. In addition, there is a focus on appropriate modification and adaptive reuse, and contextual design of infill buildings and new architecture in historic areas. Technical aspects, supported by a Conservation Laboratory, include an understanding of traditional building materials, innovative techniques for structural stabilization and retrofitting maintenance and up gradation of historic structures. The module on heritage management encompasses Conservation from the International (UNESCO) to National & local levels for heritage buildings, sites and cities. Site-based Conservation Studio projects are emphasized as a crucial component of the holistic and integrated approach of the Department of Architectural Conservation. All studio exercises, based on exhaustive site surveys, are intended to ensure integration between emerging issues and the application of theoretical understanding, participatory methodologies and interdisciplinary techniques by the students to innovate and address practical, real-world heritage Conservation and sustainable development challenges in different regional contexts.