Established in July 2018

School of Architecture has set its journey to lead and guide the forthcoming generation for their Architectural datum glooming around the light of knowledge and experience.

Looking to the versatile growth and development in rural as well as urban areas constant up gradations in technology, sharp declining resources and the rapid growth of urbanization, along with the evolution uncertain needs, situations and environment has created a demand for professionally qualified and skillfully trained architects as designers, Conceptualizers, project managers innovators, Program in charge and many more. The changing role of Architecture education, in this era of new challenges, competent developments, is to sustain growth potentials, while addressing the need of the society appropriately and sustainably as global citizens of a worldwide family.

School of Architecture LNCT is committed to playing a leading role in architecture practice, by being regionally sensitive as well as being globally aware, through a critical discourse of architectural theory, Practical, Professional, Intensive fieldwork, knowledge sharing critique, and debates. School of Architecture formulates the Success in constant learning, practicing, e-learning, lab testing, field testing, and exchange programs leading to continuous excellence in students’ confidence and knowledge. Demystifying the Gap within theory and Profession is the key indicator of the whole Curriculum designed so that Student passes through all steps of development-Think, learn, design, share, practice, present and achieve.
School in its 2.5 years on a journey has already completed, 15 workshops, 5 site visits, 3 study tours, 2 hand s on training,1 National training program, 1 National conference, 3 International Webinars, 5 national Expert lectures, and a Number of class-oriented seminars.

  • Bachelor of Architecture course offered by School of Architecture LNCT University is a five years degree course divided in ten semesters of six months each. The course shall comprise of core, theory and applications subjects in each semester. Subject wise credit system shall be commensurate with number of teaching hours.
  • The course shall have six months professional training in Xth semester as a part of curriculum. The training has to be undertaken by students in an architecture office of repute.
  • An undergraduate thesis work is required to be submitted by the student at the end of Nineth semester. Synopsis for finalization of thesis topics shall be invited by students during ninth semester.
  • Study tours to various places of architectural importance are also an integral part of the course.
  • Internal assessment of core subjects shall be of 50 % and that of theory subjects shall be of 70%. Minimum 75% attendance shall be mandatory to be eligible to sit in Mid term and End term exams.
  • A qualified student at the end of this program shall be eligible to be enrolled in register of Council of Architecture and shall be able to use title of ARCHITECT.
  • Institutes of Architecture across the country are being run on obtaining due approvals granted by Council of Architecture constituted under Architects Act of 1972.

UG/PGProgramDURATIONName of Course and BranchEligibility
UGB. Architecture10 SemesterBachelor of ArchitectureB.Arch 2021 Eligibility ( as per CoA ) : 10 + 2 with PCM / 10 + 3 Diploma Examination with Maths as a subject and NATA qualified score Note : JEE paper 2 is not valid for B. Arch Admissions 2021 as per the Council of Architecture
UGB.Plan.8 SemesterB.Plan.(Bachelor of Planning)B.Arch 2021 Eligibility ( as per CoA ) : 10 + 2 with PCM / 10 + 3 Diploma Examination with Maths as a subject and NATA qualified score Note : JEE paper 2 is not valid for B. Arch Admissions 2021 as per the Council of Architecture
UGB.Design8 SemesterB.Des. (Bachelor of Design)B.Arch 2021 Eligibility ( as per CoA ) : 10 + 2 with PCM / 10 + 3 Diploma Examination with Maths as a subject and NATA qualified score Note : JEE paper 2 is not valid for B. Arch Admissions 2021 as per the Council of Architecture

Placement and Professional prospects in Architecture

Architectural Critic, Graphic Designer, Heritage Planner, Architectural Programmer, Industrial Designer, Builder Inspector, Interior Designer, Building Envelope Scientist, Landscape Architect, Campus Planner, Model Maker, Municipal Architect, Museum Curator, Computer Presentation Designer, Computer Systems Analyst, Professor, Conservator, Property Assessor, Construction Manager, Real Estate Agent and Project Manager, Corporate Consultant, Researcher, Design/Build Team Manager, Set Designer, Developer, Structural Engineer, Environmental Planner, Urban Planner. Etc

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The First NATA test shall be conducted on 19th April 2020 while the second one will be conducted on 31st May 2020. There has been a revision in the question pattern of NATA 2020. The Drawing Test shall be conducted firstly as Part-A comprising 3 questions (125 marks) followed by Part – B which shall consist of 50 questions (MCQ) from Physics, Chemistry & Mathematics as well as General Aptitude and Logical Reasoning (75 marks). A copy of the “Examination Notice: NATA-2020” and “NATA 2020 Brochure” is attached herewith for your kind perusal and information.

Examination Notice : NATA 2020Nata 2020 Brochure
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Faculty Profile:

The school consists of Highly Qualified Doctorate  Faculties from NIT’s Spa etc having 15 -22  years of Experience in the Field as well as Education. Faculty have vast experience in  Teaching, Training, Placements, Hand on workshops, Research, Green Buildings, water conservation, mass Housing, urban Design etc.

Facilities Available

School has well equipped Smart Classrooms, Computer Lap, Material Museum, Studios, Workshop Area, Construction yard, Audio Visual Room, Environmental Lab, Model making room, Softwares, Survey Instruments and all Other basic facilities along with Auditorium, Canteen, Medical aid, Hospital facility, Photocopy, Sports, etc


Through Letter Dated 9th July 2018

The Head of the Institution
School Of Architecture – LNCT University
J.K. Hospital And L N Medical College Campus J.K. Town
Kolar Road Bhopal 462042, Madhya Pradesh
Tel/Mob. :0755 – 4049649 
LNCT University, BhopalB.Arch.20182020-2021




Associate Professor
PhD, MUDP, B. Arch
Work Experience: 14 Years
Shashi Saxena

Ar. Shashi Saxena

Associate Professor
Experience: 20 Years Experience
an V

Mr. Anant Verma

Associate Professor
BE (Civil Engg), ME(Environmetal Engg)
Work Experience: 5 Years
Aaradhana Mohile

Ar. Aaradhana Mohile

Assistant Professor
COA Reg No : CA/2001/27868
B.Arch 1987 Nagpur University
Experience: 35 Years of Professional Experience
Neraj Bhushan

Ar. Neeraj Mackar

Assistant Professor
COA Reg No : CA/2002/28903
B.ARCH MITS Gwalior 2000
Experience: 18 Years Professional Experience
Piyush Joshi

Ar. Piyush Joshi

Assistant Professor
Coa reg no : ca/2005/35926
B.arch 2003 Manit
Experience: 15 Years Professional Experience

Ar.Sudhir Chandel

Assistant Professor
16 Years experience in architect field and 10 year teaching experience
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Visiting professor 

  • Mr. Ashutosh Tiwari
  • Ar. Sabby Mitra
  • Ar. Anjan Nandi

Contact Email: soa@lnctu.ac.in


What is Architecture all about?

Architecture is the art, the science and the business of building.

Architecture is the built realization of a particular concept or idea. This idea can be about construction, or the way people will use a building, or how the building fits into a physical, or a social, landscape.

Humanity leaves immortal echoes through its history using the media of language, art, knowledge, and architecture.

Architects create homes, office towers, schools, and churches. They are talented people with a flair for design, an awareness of social trends, a keen business sense, solid engineering skills, and an understanding of the law. The word “versatile” may have been invented to describe Architects!

Today’s Architect may practice alone or be part of a small, medium, or large firm. Some Architects are self-employed. Others may be on salary, as employees of government, real estate developers, or large corporations.

“Clients” are the people who use the services of Architects. A client may be a family, a school board, a company, a housing authority, a government department, or a building contractor.

Why does Architecture matter?


The design or re-design of a home is one of the most fascinating and important things an Architect can do. Homes house the daily activities of families and individuals. Sometimes they offer privacy and shelter. On festive occasions, they are places of open hospitality. Rural or urban, row house or apartment, the home may be used year-round or only for vacations. Beyond our homes, the community takes shape.


Old buildings add variety to city streets and remind us of our links to the past. Public interest in restoring old buildings is as strong as the economic pressure to re-use them. The result ? Architects are using modern techniques and ideas to renew historic buildings across Canada.


Respected Architects have designed chairs, tables, cabinets and fabrics–objects that lend comfort and pleasure to people’s homes and work spaces. When the desire to create something “organic” or whole, is strong, Architects design not only a building and the space around a building, they will also shape the space inside the building.


Great civilizations leave behind great architecture. Think of the pyramids of Egypt, the columns of Greece and Rome, the great Gothic cathedrals. Architecture reflects the religious, political and social values of the day. Today’s buildings express our society’s common purposes and will tell our story long after we are gone.

Where is Architecture going?


In giant cities, the voices of commerce, finance, business and government call out for giant buildings. Big buildings can cause big problems, such as increased traffic flow. They also create a need for parking, water, sewer and fire-fighting access. Putting large buildings into a city involves balancing the technical, planning and aesthetic problems posed by size. Architects with special design skills are needed to tackle these big jobs.


Cities are where the action is. The social and economic character of a city is often expressed in urban design. Many Architects serve on planning boards or help people who live in urban neighbourhoods shape the city around them. Sometimes Architects get involved in restoring parts of a city, developing housing projects or industrial parks, or designing shopping centres.

What do Architects do?

It all starts with a commission–or contract–from a client. The commission may involve the design of a single building or a group of buildings and the spaces between them. The client may be a person, a board of directors, a government department or a business.

Usually, the Architect leads a team of specialists including structural, mechanical and electrical engineers, as well as others. The Architect must also understand and deal with building codes and bylaws set out by municipal, provincial and federal governments.

The Architect keeps everyone on time and on budget. Technical knowledge, good people skills and no-nonsense business sense are all important to this task. What’s the bottom line? Architecture is a business.

Why must Architects be licensed?

Architects are professionals. The public must be sure that people who call themselves Architects are qualified to practice in their field. So, all across Canada, Architects are licensed by provincial or territorial associations of architects. The goals of the associations are:

  • to encourage members to improve their skills and knowledge, and
  • to maintain high standards in the practice of architecture.

Like other professionals, such as doctors and lawyers, Architects are legally responsible for the decisions they make. In some provinces, all licensed Architects must have professional liability insurance if they wish to practice architecture. This insurance protects both the public and the Architect. As well, each province and territory has an “Architects Act” which regulates the practice of architecture. It is against the law for anyone who is not licensed to use the title “Architect”.

What other work is available for Architects?

Here are some job titles that tell you the kind of work Architects can do :

Architectural CriticGraphic Designer
Architectural PhotographerHeritage Planner
Architectural ProgrammerIllustrator
Architectural RendererIndustrial Designer
Builder InspectorInterior Designer
Building Envelope ScientistLandscape Architect
CAD CoordinatorMarket Researcher
Campus PlannerModel Maker
CarpenterMunicipal Architect
CartographerMuseum Curator
Computer Presentation DesignerPrintmaker
Computer Systems AnalystProfessor
ConservatorProperty Assessor
Construction InspectorPublisher
Construction ManagerReal Estate Agent
ContractorReal Estate Project Manager
Corporate ConsultantResearcher
Design/Build Team ManagerSet Designer
DeveloperStructural Engineer
Document DesignerTechnical Writer
Environmental PlannerTV/Film Producer
Furniture DesignerUrban Planner



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