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  • ArchKU starts its postgraduate program from this academic year (Session 2013-14). The program offers Master of Science in Human Settlements (MScHS) degree with an aim to develop professionals who are capable of seeing the human settlements from multiple viewpoints. The program is committed to both professional training and research. By proposing an expanded architecturally-based teaching-learning model, the post-professional program aims to enhance the capacity of professionals to engage in inter-disciplinary practice that negotiates between diverse actors in the development of sustainable human settlements. The key quality of MScHS program is its combined strength of multidisciplinary theory, design studio, workshop, thesis and project. Design studio and projects are approached as design-research exercises, where the program exploits the pedagogic potential of the studio as a form of design-based critical inquiry. It takes advantage of architecture’s traditional concerns for site specificity, spatial experience, functionality, morphology and physical form, while also engaging realms of knowledge associated with disciplines such as urban and rural planning, urban geography, anthropology, archeology, urban ecology, landscape design, environmental science etc. In this sense, the program is considered experimental, exploratory, and unorthodox relative to the established canons of the traditional architectural design studio. Grounded in theory, technical and social science research with focused subject matter, the thesis/design-research project culminates with a supervised independent research that allows each participant to frame problems relevant to their field of specialization.

  • Seminar On Fulbright Treasures: Research & Lived ...
  • Student Eposide On "Travelogue : Experiencing ...
  • Seminar On Hotel Design Parameters For ...
  • Students Of Architecture Discipline Participated ...
  • Seminar On Resettlement And In Situ ...
  • Architecture Discipline Win Interdisciplinary ...
  • Seminar On "The Embodiment Of Through In ...
  • Seminar On "The Bauhaus Project: Tijuana/San ...
  • Guest Speaker At MScHS Communication Workshop
  • Prof. Afroza Parvin Attend The Training At GTI, ...
  • Prof. Afroza Parvin Participate The Workshop ...
  • Prof. Afroza Parvin Attend The Workshop With Mr. ...
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    MScHS Admission (Session 2016-2017) - held on 31 January, ...
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    Seminar On Resettlement And In Situ Rehabilitation - Held ...
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    Travelogue: Reflections on Selected Indian Architecture
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    MScHS Thesis Proposal Defence Held On 28 August, 2016
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    Seminar On Disaster, Contingency & Development Held On 18 ...
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    ArchKU Student Episode-2016
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    ArchKU Seminar Series - 2016
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    Alumni Feedback Collection Workshop In Khulna Held On 27 ...
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    Curriculum Development Workshop Held On 23 June, 2016
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    Self Assessment Seminar Held On 09 & 10 May, 2016
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    Self Assessment Workshop-I Held On 03 May, 2016
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    B.Arch Special Term Exam Schedule
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    Degree Show 2016
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    Class Routine Of B.Arch & MScHS For The Session 2014-2015, ...
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    MScHS Merit List : Session 2015-2016
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    List Of Eligible Candidate For Master Of Science In Human ...
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    Notice Of Admission Test For Master Of Science In Human ...
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    Admission In Master Of Science In Human Settlements (MScHS)
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    Notice Of Gown Collection For The 5th Convocation 2015 ...
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    Notice Of Gown Collection For The 5th Convocation 2015 ...
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    Workshop On Digital Techniques: Advanced Computer Modelling ...
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    Online Seminar On "An Introduction To Parametric Modelling ...
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    Registration Data For Undergraduate & Postgraduate
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    Self Assessment Seminar – Held On 09 & 10 May, 2016
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    Form For Studio Use
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    Notice For Retake Courses
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    List Of Participants For The Workshop On Introduction To ...
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    Schedule of Workshop On Introduction To Building ...
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    Workshop On Introduction To Building Information Modelling ...
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    Seminar On Digital Heritage : Fact, Fiction and Fantasy