Architecture Students involve themselves in national and international events outside of college life, through volunteering within the local and wider community. There are also regular field trips and study visits that are organised as part of the learning experience, allowing students to see various important architectural landmarks and heritage sites.
North Zone Award for Excellence in Architecture Thesis – 2014
One of our extremely gifted students, Varun Preet Singh of the 2009
UTOPIA – 10@NASAThe students of CSPA participated in UTOPIA,
the 53rd Annual NASA (National Association of Students of Architecture) Convention and have won the “WINNER – OVERALL TROPHY” and it is a matter of pride for North Zone as it gets its winning streaks for the first time in NASA.
National Design & Research Forum – All India student design competition
CSPA students won 1st & 2nd place in the 42nd National Design & Research Forum- an autonomous forum of the Institution of Engineers (India) – for their final year Architectural Design thesis.
Our Students’ Design was approved by the Chief Architect, Chandigarh for the redesign of the entry points to Chandigarh.
CSPA declared as the best participating college at A3F event at Chandigarh.
Our students won INSDAG National Competition.
Braj Restoration Project
Students of CSPA got an opportunity to be part of Braj Restoration Project in association and under the guidance of an NGO – Braj Foundation. This documentation was in continuation to the last year’s documentation tour to Vrindavan.
Societal Sensitivity ‐ Design for Rural Environments
As one of their major projects for the Architecture Design Studio, students of 5th Semester addressed the issue of ‘Design Interventions for Upgrading the Quality of Life’ of the Village Ram Nagar, located at around 2.5 km from the Campus. The project included detailed study of the entire habitat, including lifestyle, societal issues, building services and infrastructure. Design interventions responded to various developmental issues discovered, including lack of economic opportunities and women empowerment.