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Along with the regular academic programme, the School encourages students to have practical exposure by conducting the site visits to make them study the building services, latest construction techniques & equipments, green building technologies, building automation systems, etc. In today’s context where India is trying to move up the ladder of development, nothing can replace the experience of architects who have learnt to see the world with different perspectives. This is made possible in Apeejay through some of the following site visits conducted by the faculty.

Educational Tour to Lucknow

Lucknow, Aug. 25, 2017: An educational trip to Lucknow was organised for the third year students from 21st to 25th Aug., wherein they studied the Oodh Architecture of Lucknow and interacted with the Nawab of Lucknow who briefed them about the history of the city. They also visited Government College of Architecture, where a special lecture was delivered by Prof. Vandana Sehgal and Prof. Ritu Gulati. Ar. Rochika Sharma, Ar. Amitesh Vijay, Ar. Kuldeep Mishra and Ar. Gunjan Tyagi accompanied the students on the trip.

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Educational Tour to Nawalgarh

Nawalgarh, Aug. 23, 2017: The second year students went on an educational trip to Nawalgarh, located in Shekhawati region of Rajasthan from 20th – 23rd August 2017. The main purpose of the trip was to explore the rich architectural heritage of Nawalgarh city as well as to prepare measured drawings of significant havelies. Students prepared measured drawings of the four havelies – Murarka haveli, Poddar haveli, Uattara haveli and Bhagat haveli. The trip was guided by Prof. Sangeeta Bais, Ar. Shyamal Mishra, Ar. Jitendra Das and Ar. Raj Kumar Sharma.

Social Awareness about ‘Keep Your Environment Clean’

Greater Noida, April 6, 2017: Some students of the B. Arch programme (1st & 2nd year) visited the government primary school at Sector 22, Noida, with the support of an NGO ‘SANKALP’. Students approached the young children and delivered lectures on how they can keep themselves and their environment clean. Ar Santosh, Ar. Richa and Ar. Kuldeep took the initiative to guide the students.

Social Awareness about ‘Best Use of Waste’

Greater Noida, April 3, 2017: Students of the B. Arch programme (first year), inspired by Prime Minister Narendra Modi's Clean India Movement, prepared a dustbin out of used Coca Cola bottles. These were then displayed on the primary points of people gathering in Greater Noida like Knowledge Park-III, Pari Chawk and Ansal Mall. With the help of a small skit, students spread the awareness among the people that ‘waste can be put to the best use’. They also made planters with used tyres in the college campus and various other creative things out of waste material. People liked the idea and appreciated the students' efforts.