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MARG Architecture College opens admissions for 2016 batch

India Blooms News Service | | 22 Apr 2016, 04:17 pm
Bangalore, 22 Apr (IBNS): MIDAS - a Telugu minority institution, affiliated to Anna University, Chennai and approved by Council of Architecture (COA), New Delhi opens admissions for Bachelor degree in Architecture (B.Arch) 2016 batch.

With an aim to providing training in Architectural Education, MIDAS has industry veterans from across the globe as part of the faculty board to offer an extensive industry experience by providing the students both theoretical and practical knowledge.

"MIDAS campus offers students a space to create, innovate and revolutionize through various live training and workshop session with some of the eminent architects from the industry. With a constant drive to offer students a 360 degree education system, the curriculum and teaching methodologies at MIDAS are designed to integrate international standards of delivery," it said in a release.

Admission for B. Arch is open to all Indians (provided the applicant fulfills the minimum eligibility requirements for admission as per Council of Architecture, New Delhi and Anna University, Chennai). The eligibility criteria for selection as per norms of Council of Architecture and the Anna University include Higher Secondary or 3 year Govt. recognised Diploma with 50% aggregate and Mathematics as a compulsory subject & NATA Score.

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