Surbhi Gupta

I want to become an architect but find difficult to solve unseen questions in maths

I dont know whether my aim is right or not

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RE: I want to become an architect but find difficult to solve unseen questions in maths

Dr. K.V. Anand
Dr. K.V. Anand
Verified Career Expert
Career Guide, Educationist, Author and Clinical Psychologist
  • Palakkad

Dear aspirant
Welcome to CareerGuide.com
We are more than happy to guide you through to a proper career.

Great! You are on the right path. You can appreciate yourself. I like to talk to people who are different and I am glad to talk to you because you are different.


Architecture is definitely a lucrative career option and it has a lot of different segments through which you can excel in your career. You do not have to worry about your mathematics. Because the maths in architecture higher course is not that tough and cannot be compared with other engineering subjects. You can go for B Arch and then M Arch as an alternative.

In any case you must look into yourself. You should know yourself to know whether you have the required skill and aptitude for selecting the career. There are some psychometric assessment tools to know your personality, aptitude, attitude and skill sets. Take one of those tests to know you. You can polish the skills required and correct the disadvantages only if you know you well.

Hope this answers your query.
Good luck.
Dr. K V anand

RE: I want to become an architect but find difficult to solve unseen questions in maths

Rahul Shinde
Rahul Shinde
Verified Career Expert
Career Consultant at Pinnacle School of Business Management
  • Thane

Hi,
Greetings for the day!!!

Architecture the real creators of amazing buildings and structures. Skyscrapers in metro cities would not have been possible without them. While capitalism furthers the growth and prosperity of human race, tall buildings with beautiful designs and glory show the grandeur. The rebuilding of 'Twin Towers' collapsed in 9/11 incident and other towers and structures shows the real dint of human talent and excellence, creativity and vision.

Required Personal / Professional Skills:

A person requires sound Interpersonal & Communications skills and immense physical stamina to get into the profession of architecture. He is expected to work on desk as well as on construction site. Excellent memory and sound concentration level, flexibility, patience, team spirit, responsibility and accountability, etc are some common personality traits which are essential for professional success in architecture and design. But it is the right credentials in academics which matters the most in architecture.

Eligibility:

Candidates with Physics, Mathematics and Chemistry at the 10+2 level only can apply for admission to study architecture at the graduate level.

Various colleges offer undergraduate courses B. Arch which lasts for 5 years. The selection is done through an entrance exam conducted by the council of Architecture throughout India. As with B.Arch Course you can be able to deal with Maths as well. As you get some Work Experience, the maths will not matter the most.

On the other hand engineering college select students on the basis of the result to the appropriate engineering courses. Similarly, some private college offering courses in architecture have their own criteria which are based on + 2 marks of students. Students interested in further their knowledge in architecture can pursue post-graduation in architecture for two years.

Top institute For Architecture in India:

A number of colleges and institutes imparting education in architecture have come up in last six decades and some of them have global reputation. Some of the leading colleges of architecture are as follows:

1. School of Planning & Architecture, New Delhi 2. Chandigarh college of Architecture, Punjab 3. School of Architecture CEPT, Navrangpura, Ahmadabad 4. Govt college of Architecture, Lucknow 5. College of Architecture, Goa 6. Sir J J college of Architecture, Mumbai 7. College of Architecture, Mumbai 8. Marathwada Mitra Mandal College of Architecture, Pune 9. School of Planning & Architecture, Hyderabad 10. School of Architecture and Planning, Chennai

Further doubts or queries feel free to contact.

Regards,
Rahul.

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