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The trophy is dedicated to Architect Nari Gandhi for his excellence in the field of Architecture. This trophy aims at providing students a platform for critical analysis of the built form with respect to the theme of the respective year.
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The very first trophy of NASA India, Named after Prof. Solomon Reuben the ex principal of Sir JJ College of Architecture, the aim of this competition is to display the standard of teaching and the quality of student work in every college. Along with the above criteria, it will also be judged on the growth of the Architectural student in their journey of becoming an architect. More than for the competition, this trophy is to allow faculty and students to learn and share ideas on varied topics from diversified regions that the colleges come from. The idea of this trophy is not only to learn or know the standard of teaching and learning of a college but also for students to understand different ways of teaching architecture in different context . Above that by seeing different insights into architecture from the panels students can try out and improve their own work and educators and decision makers to see and lift the standard of architectural education as a whole in this nation.
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This trophy aims to provide opportunity to students of architecture, for explorations in a lesser known but highly significant wealth of knowledge and wisdom embodied in the construction traditions of India and its regions. To encourage them to develop a deeper and more holistic understanding of processes and human skills connected with traditional construction in all regions of the country.
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Dance Trophy
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Fashion Trophy
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Battle of Bands
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DesTech Challenge lt is unique design competition that brings together creative thinking and digital advancements in the built environment sector. It challenges creative thinkers to explore opportunities within Smart City systems, processes and engagement strategies. The challenge encourages participants to collaborate with fast emerging digital sectors as well as local citizens to bring forward innovative ideas. We set ourselves apart from conventional design competitions by providing mentoring and research inputs from international experts to bring the best out of our participants.
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online competition
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This Challenge aims to sensitze youth on the needs of the nation, to foster partnerships, channelize energies and embark on a journey of creating change together through the collaboration between DHFL Changing lives foundation and NASA India. A new opportunity for students to see their designs built.
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