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Construction Materials Testing: The testing process is important because it allows inspectors and builders to identify faults before an actual stress test, where personal and environmental safety is at risk. A building’s structure is much more than floors, walls and a foundation.

[table id=158 /] A site analysis is a research activity that looks at the existing conditions of a site as well as possible future conditions. It considers physical qualities and characteristics, patterns and activities, relationships, context, givens, assumptions, opportunities and constraints within the immediate site and

[table id=145 /] Followed by the special lecture conducted by Dr. Priam Pillai and Dr. Celina Joy on 8th July 2022, a campus tour was arranged for third year students by Prof. Avinash Vaidya, HOD of Engineering department. Students were divided in two groups and visited

[table id=156 /] A day’s site visit was arranged for the students of 3rd year B. Arch and Final Year M. Arch Urban Design as a vertical collaboration of the two classes. The students visited Sanjay Gandhi National Park, Yeoor, Thane and Dattaji Salvi Udyaan (A

[table id=139 /] Aim The Aim of the site was to develop the analytical skills and create an interactive learning environment for the students and to get authentic and accurate feel of the space for the further design. Objectives To get spatial knowledge of the site and its surroundings

[table id=143 /] Aim To understand the basics of Basement Construction Objectives Observing ongoing basement construction work on site To observe different components associated with basement construction To understand the services involved in basement construction The students of semester VII visited an ongoing construction site where they practically understood the different aspects

[table id=150 /] A two-day site visit was arranged for Third year students to Pune on 24th and 25th June 2022. The batch not being able to go for any live visits in their first two years of architecture, Intention behind the site visit was

Objectives of the Visit: Commemorating the lost treasure: Ajanta Caves The first Buddhist cave monuments at Ajanta date from the 2nd and 1st centuries B.C. During the Gupta period (5th and 6th centuries A.D.), many more richly decorated caves were added to the original group. The