JJ College of Architecture, Mumbai
We are very proud to announce that Sir JJ College of Architecture, Mumbai, The Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya (CSMVS) Mumbai, and the Mumbai Metropolitan Region Heritage Conservation Society (MMR- HCS) shall introduce a Capacity Development Programme in Built Heritage Studies and Conservation.
The first module of the course shall commence from August 2013. The course shall be in 6 separate modules that shall be conducted by noted experts in the field of Built Heritage and Conservation at Sir JJ College of Architecture and The Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya (CSMVS) Mumbai.
This programme shall provide a training delivery platform so that the various stakeholders involved with the multidisciplinary conservation processes can come together to share expertise in a structured manner. These stakeholders include heritage building owners and managers, engineers, architects and planners from government institutes, employees of NGOs working on heritage issues, crafts persons, , mid career practitioners and professionals, policy makers as well as aficionados.
The objective of this programme is to build capacities on the practical aspects of built heritage conservation. This programme will be conducted by experts from all over the country through a series of workshops that give hands on experience in different areas of conservation such as documentation, condition assessment, materials, structural conservation, heritage management and urban conservation.
Focused course material along with a list of readings will be made available on the course web-site. Participants can access the complete archive that will be specially developed for the course. The archive will be updated on a periodic basis and will consist of literature, case studies, manuals, films, maps, regulations, conservation reports and drawings. Site visits and visits of actual conservation work sites will also be organized.
Participants will be given participation certificates for attending individual modules. A diploma will be jointly awarded by the MMR -HCS, the CSMVS and Sir J.J. College of Architecture to participants who successfully complete all six modules.
Diploma applicants have to submit written assignments at the end of each module. They are also required to successfully complete a written examination at the end of all six modules to be eligible for the diploma.
WHO CAN REGISTER
Participants enrolling for individual modules may have a Graduate degree in any discipline or practical experience in architectural works.
Participants enrolling for the diploma should have a graduate degree, preferably in Architecture, Civil Engineering or Fine Arts. Practitioners with relevant work experience may also enroll. All diploma applications will be screened on the basis of educational qualifications and work experience prior to granting admission to the course.
COURSE DURATION AND STRUCTURE
Each module will be conducted for five days and will comprise of 40 hours of intensive training sessions by subject experts, specialists and other resource persons.
This course is highly recommended to those who wish to develop skills and abilities to tackle challenges in conservation of heritage structures.
For Programme Brochure, Questions and Queries, contact:
BHSC Programme Coordinator
Mob: +91 9820096951
Visit us at: www.bhsc.in