BLENDING TRADITIONAL AND
Pravara Rural College of Architecture, Loni started on a small campus in 1996 with 4 teachers and 20 students. It has bloomed into a college with an expansive, independent campus with 16 teachers and 40 students in 2018-19. The institute is one of the most prominent architecture colleges in rural areas.
Upgrading the residential standards of rural residents is one of the mottos. Annual seminars, study tours, workshops, settlement study, and guest lectures impart students the knowledge of latest architectural developments, traditional Indian architecture, and rural architecture.
A spacious campus is loaded with modern infrastructure facilities and we back it up with a barrier-free ambience for unrestricted student development. College alumni have made a name for themselves in multinational and national architecture firms as well as in governmental and semi-governmental departments.
After successfully hosting Zonal National Association of Students of Architecture (NASA) in 2009 and 2012, we also hosted the State level Seminar “Design in Architecture Curriculum Methods and Model of Teaching” in January 2016.
- Library, Laboratories
- Classes, Drawing Halls,
- Audio Visual Room
- Material Room, Faculty Area
To create an excellent professional graduates for the contemporary architectural industry and socially responsible Architect who will play a key role in shaping the rural and urban sustainable development.
M1:-To develop the students for professional excellence and personal development in the field of architecture.
M2:-To develop professionals in the field of architecture, who can serve as innovators and creators of national and global economic growth.
M3:- To develop the students for leadership roles with skills & knowledge to improve the quality of the built environment on both national and international level through collaborations in the field of architecture.
- Delivering technological applications in Architecture through systematic programming, which favours the balance of nature and present-day architectural developments.
- Utilizing locally available economical materials.
- Understanding social and cultural needs of rural areas, urban regions, and modern architectural developments.
- Conserving heritage through study tours and site visits.