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About School of Planning and Architecture

School of Planning and Architecture
The exam SPA is for category Engineering and is conducted at Engineering level
The School of Planning and Architecture, New Delhi, deemed to be a University under the UGC Act, Government of India, has been in the fields of architecture, town planning and human settlement development for the past fifty years, an apex and premier educational, training, research and consultancy institute of Asia.

Eligibility

General Eligibility : 1. Architectural Conservation & Urban Design: Bachelor’s Degree in Architecture/Planning from a recognized university or equivalent.
2. Industrial Design: Bachelor’s Degree in Architecture from a recognized university or equivalent.
3. Environmental Planning, Regional Planning & Urban Planning: Bachelor’s Degree in Planning/Architecture/Civil Engineering/ Architectural Engineering/M.A. Geography/ Economics/ Sociology from a recognized university or equivalent.
4. Housing: Same as at S. No.3 above as well as Bachelor’s Degree in Municipal Engineering/Building Engineering from a recognized university or equivalent except M.A. Geography.
5. Transport Planning: Same as at S. No. 3 above as well as Master’s Degree in Statistics/ Operational Research from a recognized university or equivalent except M.A Sociology/Geography.
6. Landscape Architecture: Bachelor’s Degree in Landscape Architecture/Architecture/Planning or equivalent, or Master’s Degree in Planning from a recognized university or equivalent.
7. Building Engineering & Management: Bachelor’s Degree in Civil Engineering/Building Engineering/Architecture/ Architectural Engineering/Building Science or Five Year Diploma in Construction Technology or equivalent from a recognized university/institution established by an Act of Parliament or State Legislature.

SC/ST Eligibility : 1. Architectural Conservation & Urban Design: Bachelor’s Degree in Architecture/Planning from a recognized university or equivalent.
2. Industrial Design: Bachelor’s Degree in Architecture from a recognized university or equivalent.
3. Environmental Planning, Regional Planning & Urban Planning: Bachelor’s Degree in Planning/Architecture/Civil Engineering/ Architectural Engineering/M.A. Geography/ Economics/ Sociology from a recognized university or equivalent.
4. Housing: Same as at S. No.3 above as well as Bachelor’s Degree in Municipal Engineering/Building Engineering from a recognized university or equivalent except M.A. Geography.
5. Transport Planning: Same as at S. No. 3 above as well as Master’s Degree in Statistics/ Operational Research from a recognized university or equivalent except M.A Sociology/Geography.
6. Landscape Architecture: Bachelor’s Degree in Landscape Architecture/Architecture/Planning or equivalent, or Master’s Degree in Planning from a recognized university or equivalent.
7. Building Engineering & Management: Bachelor’s Degree in Civil Engineering/Building Engineering/Architecture/ Architectural Engineering/Building Science or Five Year Diploma in Construction Technology or equivalent from a recognized university/institution established by an Act of Parliament or State Legislature.

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