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B.Arch and M.Arch Urban Design Admission 2014 at University of Mysore

Updated on Mon, 30 June 2014 at 18:50 IST
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The School of Design is a multidisciplinary venture aspiring to promote courses from different avenues of design. The School is a Self Financing Institution of the University of Mysore.

Applications are invited for admission to the following courses for the academic year 2014-2015


Eligibility for Admission

Qualifying exam
a. 12th Standard/Pre-university course or equivalent with Minimum 50% or above, 45% or
above for OBC, SC and ST (Maths and English compulsory) or
b. 10+3 Diploma (Architecture, Civil & Interior Design) or equivalent recognised by Central/
State Governments with minimum 50% aggregate marks. or
c. International Baccalaureate Diploma, after 10 years of schooling, with not less than 50%
marks in aggregate and with Mathematics as compulsory subject of examination. or
d. Dip in Interior Design (completed at The University School of Design, University of Mysore (UOM) only with minimum 50% aggregate marks (course is discontinued from academic year 2013-14, admission only for students admitted till academic year 2012-13)

Aptitude Test

a. National Aptitude Test for Architecture (NATA) conducted by ‘Council of Architecture’ through academic unit ‘National Institute of Advanced studies in Architecture’ (NIASA) with Min 40% (as per prevalent NATA regulation)
b. Any other Aptitude Test approved by Human Resource Department (HRD) Ministry, GOI

Course Duration

10 Semesters i.e. 5years.

Semester Fees

Admission Fee: Rs. 10,030/-
Tuition Fee: Rs. 50,000/-
One Time Development Fee: Rs. 1,00,000/-
Total: Rs. 1,60,030/-*



a. B.Arch or any other equivalent as per Council of Architecture (COA) with Minimum 50% aggregate for all categories including OBC, SC and ST
b. Dip in Architecture (equivalent to B.Arch - 5 yrs course - recognized by Council of Architecture )

Mode of Admission :

a. Candidates shall be selected on the basis of Merit. Merit shall be determined on the basis of candidates’ performance in the qualifying Examination.

b. Entrance examination shall be conducted only if the application received is more than the approved intake.

c. If entrance examination is conducted, then the merit list shall be prepared giving equal weightage to 50% weightage to qualifying examination
(aggregate) & 50% weightage to the marks secured in Entrance examination.

Course Duration

: 4 Semesters i.e. 2 years.

Semester Fees

Awaited from UOM

More Details :

Issue of application forms - Friday, 20th June 2014
Last date for issue and receipt of completed application form with documents [3]
Thursday, 3rd July 2014 between 10.00 a.m. to 4.00 p.m.
Announcement of consolidated list of candidates, selected list and waiting list of candidates - Saturday, 5th July 2014 at 12.00 Noon
Admission of candidates from selected list Monday, 7th July 2014 to Thursday, 10th July 2014 between 10.00 a.m. to 4.00 p.m.
Registration of Candidates from waiting list Friday, 11th July 2014 between 9.00 a.m. to 11.00 a.m.
Selection of candidates from waiting list [4] Friday, 11th July 2014 at 2.00 p. m.
Admission of candidates from waiting list Friday, 11th July 2014 at 2.30 p. m.
Commencement of the Semester Monday, 21st July 2014 from 10.30 a.m. onwards


Reservation of all categories for all the courses will be applicable as per rules of State
Government/ Government of India.

[1] NATA-National Aptitude Test in Architecture.
The University School of Design is a test centre for NATA. (For details visit
[2] Weightage for preparing Merit List ( i ) 50% (Qualifying Exam-Aggregate), ( ii ) 50% (NATA)
[3] Documents: Attested copies - 10th standard marks card, Qualifying exam marks card, NATA score
card & Reservation documents-if any.
[4] List of candidates from registered waiting list will be announced depending on the number of seats vacant in the previous merit list.


The selected candidate cannot claim their seats after the last date of Admission under any circumstances
• The fees paid at the time of Admission will not be refunded under any circumstances
• The unclaimed seats from the first merit list will allotted as per merit order only to the candidates who have registered on the prescribed date (names from the waiting list only).
• Admission of candidates from waiting list is on Friday, 11th July 2014 at 2.30 p. m, if the candidate fail to admit
themselves at the prescribed time, the seat will be allotted to the next registered waiting list candidate.
• The unclaimed seats under OBC category will be automatically converted to General Category.
• After Admission students willing to leave or take transfer to other college are required to pay full course fee.

The Prospectus and the application form are available at the office on payment of Rs. 600/- in DD drawn in favour of “The Finance Officer, University of Mysore” payable at “Mysore”. Outstation candidates may include Rs. 75/- for postal charges.

For further details Contact Address:

The University School of Design,
2nd floor, Senate Bhavan,
Mysore- 570006, Karnataka
Ph: 0821-2414577, 2419373
Email: [email protected] Website:
Please contact the office between 10.00 am to 4.00 pm or visit our website

More Details :

Mysore University, Mysore
University of Mysore is a public university in India. It has its main campus in the city of Mysore and extension campuses in the neighbouring districts of Hassan, and Mandya.The motto found on the emblem of the University ‘Nothing is equal to knowledge’ and ‘I always uphold the truth’ summarise the vision and idealism of the founders of the University. The territorial jurisdiction of the University, which originally covered all the nine districts of southern Karnataka State, is now restricted to four districts viz., Mysore, Mandya, Hassan and Chamarajanagar.
Related Courses: Bachelor of Architecture (BArch), Master of Architecture (MArch)

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