Essential Traits of Architects

The work of architects asks for flexibility, expertise and versatility as they might have to build anything from commercial spaces to museums. They also have to ensure the synchronization between the past and the culture of the society during the design and construction of the building. They also have to make sure that the spaces are safe for the residents. No matter in which sector they work, they have to register with Council of Architecture after acquiring Bachelor of Architecture from any of the B.Arch Colleges in India. Then there will be a multitude of opportunities for these graduates. They can work for government agencies as well as private construction companies. Those who wish to be an entrepreneur can commence their own venture. Teaching is another option for those who have maintained good academic record can apply at Top Architecture Colleges in India like-

  • School of Planning and Architecture, Delhi
  • Maharaja Sayajirao University, Baroda
  • IIT Kharagpur
  • College of Architecture Rachna Sansad, Mumbai
  • College of Architecture and Design, Mody University, Rajasthan
  • IIT Roorkee
  • BMS, Bangalore
  • Ram Manohar Lohia Avadh University, Lucknow

Initially, these graduates can earn somewhere between 1 to 2lakh per annum, but they have to be patient. They get hike after attaining experience. An experienced architect can make up to 5lakh per annum though the range differs in government and private sector. The demand for better houses is increasing day by day; hence, the job prospects will also escalate along with pay packages.

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