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.
New Delhi, Jan. 16, 2017: The students of the first year, along with few students of 2nd year, accompanied by the faculty visited Vastukala Academy on 16th Jan 2017. The objective of the visit was to give the students an exposure to interact with the architecture students and see their works so that they can exchange ideas, understandings & experiences of the studio and college life.
New Delhi, Jan. 14, 2017: A visit was organised to the Rashtrapati Bhawan and Akshardham Temple for the students of first year, led by Ar. Richa Goyal and Ar. Kuldeep Mishra. Students visited the Rashtrapati Bhawan Museum, country’s only underground museum and boasted of state-of-the-art virtual reality exhibitions.
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Greater Noida, Nov. 29. 2016: An exhibition & open workshop named BUMACON - 2016 (BUilding MAterial CONvention) was organised at AIT-SAP wherein an exhibition was hosted by the students of B. Arch (1st year) with an aim to provide a better insight of the construction techniques and materials used in a building through visual representations. The gallery included kiosks displaying sheet work on different materials like brick, cement, concrete, sand, lime, etc. that play a vital role in the construction industry.
Greater Noida, Nov. 22. 2016: An exhibition named ‘Eco: Expo’ was organised at AIT-SAP wherein the first year students gave a wonderful creative presentation on ‘Carbon Footprint’. It included the causes, effects and viable solutions through different mediums of presentation and awareness through poster making, t-shirts, skits & on-the-spot survey.