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Sushant School of Art and Architecture

GURGAON, HARYANA

The above is an edifying video of Dr. Vibhuti Sachdev, the Professor and Dean at Sushant School of Art and Architecture, Gurgaon, presenting the Institution and all the information required by the prospective students concerning the concerning the institution’s Vision, Mission, Educational Practices, Curriculum, Culture, Facilities and Goals.

Being one of the best B Arch Colleges in India, AU offers a five year undergraduate programme in Architecture that aims at attaining a high level of excellence in architectural design, supported by lateral inputs from other subjects. The students are exposed to a wide range of regular subjects and elective courses to equip them with the knowledge and skills required to deal with the regional, climatic, economic, technological and socio-cultural diversity of India, and the need for evolved solutions that are unique to their context.

  • To stimulate sensitivity and unveil creative talents
  • To reinforce intellectual capabilities and develop proficiency in professional skills to enable graduates to completely pursue alternative careers within the broad spectrum of architecture
  • To provide opportunities to students to try out the role they will eventually play as responsible members of society under supervision and interactive guidance

Vision

Innovation in education; International Positioning Socially relevant education in architecture. With an aim to make and teach architects who are sensitive, have a strong work ethic, are articulate and confident, and contribute positively to the society, the pedagogic and research emphases of the School include: ‘heritage’, ‘sustainability’ and ‘art and aesthetics’ and ‘hands-on learning’.

Building upon these, we hope to develop research and make a mark on architectural and planning pedagogy at the global level: Expanding the Masters programmes in Architecture and Planning to bridge the gap between Bachelor’s and Doctoral programmes. 

Launching, for the first time in India, Bachelor Level Programmes to address the gaps in architectural practice and the construction industry; Upgrading skills of research in the country; developing intensive faculty training programmes to upgrade pedagogic output; Upgrading infrastructure with state-of-the-art studios and workshops housed in a new environment-friendly building; Expanding our library with an online database of books, references, national & international periodicals and journals are some critical steps for the way ahead that the school has heavily invested in.

The school is also running summer / winter school programmes to educate school-goers about architecture and planning. SSAA has strong association with institutions such as the American Institute of Indian Studie (AIIS), Indian Institute of Remote Sensing (IIRS), International Council on Monuments and Sites (ICOMOS), Indian Green Building Council (IGBC), Indian National Trust for Art and Cultural Heritage (INTACH) to facilitate exchange of resources and expertise.

DESCRIPTION

Sushant School of Art and Architecture was established in September 1989 by Chiranjiv Charitable Trust. The school is located in a campus shared with the Ansal University, spread over 15 acre of land with the Aravali hills in the backdrop. The school is recognized by the Ministry of Human Resource Development, Government of India, All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) and Council of Architecture. The school offers a 5 year undergraduate degree programme in architecture from Ansal University. Sushant School is also an affiliate member of the Association of the Collegiate Schools of Architecture (ACSA), U.S.A.

CONTACT DETAILS

Address: Golf Course Road, Huda,
Sushant Lok 2, Sector 55, Gurugram,
Haryana 122003
Website: https://sushantuniversity.edu.in/
Contact Number: +91 124 4750400, +91 124 4750501
E-mail: admissions@ansaluniversity.edu.in

ABOUT THE SPEAKER

Prof. Dr. Vibhuti Sachdev qualified as an architect from the School of Planning and Architecture (New Delhi) in 1989. After a period spent in practice and research in India, she undertook a PhD in architectural theory at the School of Oriental and African Studies (University of London), which she completed in 1996. She was later Lecturer in History of Art in the University of Sussex, a post that she left in 2004 to return to India. She has worked as independent writer and lecturer and as consultant on conservation projects.

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