This five year long program leads up to the award of the Bachelor of Urban Design degree (B.UD). In this course, students will learn to design for the public, and will examine the life and structure of cities through the study of interactions of political frameworks, social and cultural relationships, and economic dynamics with the physical landscapes and systems that form the city. These skills will allow them to effectively support projects in many capacities related to the urban realm, like the design of streets and junctions, parks, gardens, playgrounds, waterfront areas, bus stops, and other types of transport facilities.
The first year of the program is treated as a foundation year, in which the focus is on developing basic design, observational, and analytical skills. The following two years are focused on advanced skill development and knowledge across four main branches of study: designing sites, design advice, managing design processes and studies. In the final two years, students will be able to focus on areas within the four branches that align with their interests. One semester in the fourth year will be an internship, and the final semester is an individual capstone project that a student will take up under the guidance of a faculty member. This five year program is in tandem with all other undergraduate programs at CEPT University.
The evaluation of applications will be done in four stages as mentioned here:
Stage 1: Scrutiny for Eligibility
All applications received will be scrutinized based on information provided/uploaded in the application forms. This scrutiny is to check whether the applicant meets the eligibility criteria set for the program. Only those applicants who meet the eligibility criteria will be considered for Stage 2 or else the application form will not be entertained further.
Stage 2: Written Admission Test
All eligible applicants will be called for aptitude test. It is mandatory for all the eligible applicants to appear for the admission test to be conducted by CEPT University for consideration in the merit list of admission. Absence in any test will disqualify the applicant from admission.
Applicants should have passed the qualifying examination (Higher Secondary School Certificate Examination) or its equivalent examination from any streams (Science, Commerce and Arts/Humanities), from Gujarat state board or any other State boards or CBSE/CISCE/NIOS/ISB/IB, with a minimum aggregate score of 50% for all subjects.
Applicants should have passed the Diploma (10+3 pattern) of any stream with 50% aggregate marks from Technical Board of Gujarat or any other state or from a college/university established under Section 3 of UGC Act 1956 will be eligible to apply for the program.
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Accreditation is a process by which the quality of a programme is examined and certified normally by an external body of academics. It validates and certifies that academic processes practised within an institute are robust and relevant.
For any programme to be recognized for further studies or a profession it needs to be approved either by a University or/and by a professional council as the case may be.
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