Work Of An Architect | An Architect Explains

Everyone knows that an architect is a person who plans, designs, and oversees the construction of buildings. But many people are unaware of the exact services rendered by an Architect and what to expect. For example, why should an architect be involved in your project? How many times can he be expected to visit the site? How do you know if he is qualified to practise and whether he is registered with the Council of Architecture? What are his professional fees and scale of charges? etc. Here, an Architect describes the job of an Architect…….

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Selecting An Architect | An Architect Advises

Building a house is an important event in anyone’s life. However, it is a complex process and problems can arise during the construction that can overwhelm you. An Architect sees alternative possibilities and finds solutions to problems at the site. S/he helps you in choosing the right contractor, materials, checks the Contractors’ bills, co-ordinates with other consultants and ensures that the project is completed even if egos, delays or hitches threaten to stall the project. So it is wise to select an Architect for your project……

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Architects In India

Choosing the right Architect is a very important decision, as it can make the difference between a good outcome and an average one. Look for an Architect nearer to your site, as it will prompt him/her to make more site visits. Regular site visits make a huge difference to the way the construction proceeds. So listed here is a comprehensive list of Architects in your city and some of the famous Indian and International Architects, the statistics of Architects in India and the ratio of male to female Architects. All the statistics have been covered here…..

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CoA | Registration of Architects

Only a ‘registered Architect’ or a ‘registered firm of Architects’ can use the title and style of “Architect”.  Every time an Architect signs an agreement with the client, he is supposed to quote his ‘Registration Number’. If any person misuses the title and style of Architect, such acts tantamount to committing  a criminal offence. It is very important that every qualified Architect, desirous of carrying on the profession of ‘Architect’, be registered with the Council of Architecture…….

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CoA | Procedure For Registration

The Council of Architecture (CoA) states that, “Any person desirous of practising as an ‘Architect’ in India is required to be registered in the Register, with the Council of Architecture (CoA). He shall be entitled on payment of the prescribed fees to have his name entered in the register, if he resides or carries on the profession of Architect in India and holds a recognised qualification. An Architect has addressed the queries and doubts regarding the procedure of registration with the Council of Architecture here…….

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Council of Architecture (CoA), India

The Council of Architecture (CoA) an autonomous Statutory Body of the Government of India, has been constituted by the Government of India under the provisions of the Architects Act. The CoA is charged with the responsibility of enforcing the Act throughout the country, including Registration of Architects, regulating the Architectural Profession and Education in India, besides maintaining the Register of Architects……

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Architectural Institutions In India

As of 2016, there are about 484 institutions in India, imparting undergraduate degree course in Architecture. The standards of Education being imparted in these institutions is governed by Council of Architecture Regulations, 1983, which set forth the requirement of eligibility for admission, course duration, standards of staff and accommodation, course content, examination. An Architect reviews the architectural colleges in India ……

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