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School of Planning and Architecture, Bhopal Admission Procedure:-
School of Planning and Architecture, Bhopal admissions are offered to undergraduate programmes based on JEE Main scores and to postgraduate programmes based on GATE/ JRF/ CEED scores. Students also need to appear for the counselling process conducted to offer admissions for respective programmes. SPA Bhopal admissions to Ph.D programmes are offered based on the scores of the entrance test and interview performance of students conducted by the authorities of the institute. Students also need to get their documents verified and pay the admission fees before getting final admissions to the college. More information about the admission procedure is written below in the following steps.
Students seeking admissions need to have valid scores in JEE Main.
Based on JEE Main scores, candidates have to register for JoSAA counselling on the official website of JoSAA along with necessary documents and payment of fees.
Candidates need to choose School of Planning and Architecture, Bhopal as the preferred college while doing the choice locking.
Seats will be allotted to students in the counselling process based on their scores in JEE Main.
Candidates are offered SPA Bhopal admissions based on JoSAA registration, participation in counselling, choice filling, choice locking, document verification and fee payment.
Eligible students have to register for CCMT counselling where seats will be allotted based on GATE scores.
Registrations have to be done mandatorily by submitting all required documents and paying the amount of fees.
Students need to select SPA Bhopal in the counselling process as the first choice while locking their choices in the counselling process.
Students will be offered SPAB admissions after document verification and fees payment.
School of Planning and Architecture, Bhopal Admission Procedure for Ph.D programmes-
Students interested in taking admissions have to fill the application forms that are available on the official website of the institute.
Students have to submit the application forms along with required documents and pay the amount of fees.
Admissions to Ph.D programmes are offered based on the scores of the entrance test followed by an interview conducted by the university.
School of Planning and Architecture, Bhopal admissions will be offered based on academic record, entrance exam scores, interview performance, document verification and fees payment.
Engineering and Architecture (B.Arch)
Engineering and Architecture (M.Arch)
Engineering and Architecture (B.Plan)
Goal to an architect
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- Batch of Jan. 1, 2015
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- Batch of Jan. 1, 2017
Questions related to School of Planning and Architecture Bhopal
how good is MANIT Bhopal for b plan ? how is the placement?is it better than spa Bhopal and spa Vijayawada?
You learn and understand anything easily when you get similar environment around you. Both colleges are best and both are doing better in studies.
Though I'm pursuing B.Arch from MANIT Bhopal, I have different views in comparing both colleges.
MANIT Bhopal- Getting admission in NIT and getting NITian tag is always precious. But it's not enough to brace your career. College have some good faculties and rich alumni network which is always ready to help.
But I feel students of MANIT have less exposure towards architecture.
- One of main reasons may be we live with B.Tech students in hostels. I do agree they need less time to cover their course, they can cover their course in before night of end term exams. In comparison, B.Arch students get daily-weekly basis submissions. Some of architecture students complete their work on time but some try to take pleasure of wasting time as B.Tech students, which end up low quality output from them.
- Second, some faculties are reluctant to give up old teaching techniques. I do accept old techniques have their own importance but ultimately it consumes more and more time.
- Third, Architecture department presently organise less lecture sessions from field architects and other field experts. These sessions should increase to encourage young architect minds.
- Fourth, absence of common knowledge sharing platform of architecture department.
- Fifth, less cooperation and encouragement from department to students taking part in any competition.
SPA bhopal - As an outsider, I can say is that it may be new but have great potential to become better college in its field. College have only architects and planners which creates a good environment for field of study.
My final suggestion would be you must contact student of MANIT bhopal and SPA bhopal to get more idea.
which college would be better SPA vijaywada or NIT rourkela for b planning?
Hello student. In the case of infrastructure and opportunities, both the collegs are good. But when it comes to course curriculum and placements, SPA vijayawada placements are not that good. It does provide internship opportunities for students. But as of placements, not many companies come for barch students
When it comes for NIR rourkela , it is one of the best colleges to study barch. Undoubtedly the best one. Everything is good. Placements, infrastructure, faculty and course curriculum, campus life is really good and safe.
Worth the money you spend
So I would say NIT rourkela is the best out of two
what was the least percentile this college give admission to barch student
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