Innovating architecture for a sustainable and resilient future


An architect consultant works closely with the clients to decide their necessities and plan drawings with details of the concept accordingly. The plans must comply with building, security, nearby arranging directions and confinements. Standard client gatherings include examining plan propositions. Amid this stage, the designer captures the plan on a paper. 

They make point by point drawings with CAD (Computer-aided Design) technology to make certain possibilities of the plan. There may be a few corrections and redrawings of the plans to meet the client’s  needs. Once the plan is endorsed, it is interpreted into development, informational and specialized determinations for advancement specialists to carry on the location.


For Bachelor’s

  • Aspirants have to pass 10+2 with at least 50% marks from any esteemed board in which mathematics & english should be compulsory subjects. 
  • National level entrance exams like JEE Mains, JEE Advanced & NATA need to be cleared to get admission in top colleges or universities.  
  • For the B.Arch course, students need to first complete 3-years of diploma after class 10+2. 

For Masters

  • Students need to pass their Bachelor in Architecture. 
  • To get admission in the PG Programme, students need to clear national level entrance exams like CEED or GATE. 

Job Roles

The field of architecture aims to provide in-depth knowledge and enhance the skills of the students. To do such a task, the field of architecture presents innumerable job profiles. Below are mentioned some job profiles:

  • Construction Engineers
  • Construction Manager
  • Architectural Engineer
  • Architectural Manager
  • Industrial Designers
  • Civil Engineers
  • Interior Designers
  • Construction & Building Inspectors
  • Landscape Architects


Employment Sector 

  • MNCs
  • Engineering Firms
  • Building Safety
  • Product Manufacturing
  • Corporate Businesses
  • Teaching
  • Consulting Firms
  • Architectural Photography

Top Recruiters

There are many recruiters from leading companies who enlist potential students in the architectural field. Following are some Recruiters from where students can find an employment opportunity in India: 

  • Architect Consultants
  • Architect Hafeez Contractor
  • Shilpa Architects
  • Oscar & Ponni Architects
  • Jindals
  • Architecture Brio
  • Larsen & Toubro
  • Sahara Group
  • VSA Space Design (P) Ltd.
  • DLF
  • Edifice Architects Pvt Ltd.
  • C.P Kukreja Associates


The salary range may vary from company to company, but the salary of an architect is very impressive only in India.


Level of Salary

Annual Level Salary Package

Starting Salary

Approx ₹4,50,000 

Mid Level Salary

Approx ₹8,00,000 

Senior Level Salary

Approx ₹14,00,000


  • Creative Thinking
  • Analytical skills
  • Customer Service skills
  • Design skills
  • Excellent Communication skills
  • Building & Construction Knowledge


Architecture or design scope in India is appealing since it is a high-paying work that paves a way towards development and improvement. As fast urbanization comes about in infrastructural advancement, the request for architects is expanding. After completing your graduation or post-graduation, candidates can work in planner firms, government associations, consultancies, archeological offices, city advancement workplaces, development companies and different state housing boards. You can work in numerous lodging advancement enterprises and open offices that build streets, railroads, irrigations and buildings. Post picking up significant involvement, experts in engineering can work autonomously or take up distinctive independent projects. 

Apart from this, the architecture field is a very impressive one. Its scope is even higher in foreign countries like the USA, UK, Australia, New Zealand, Canada and other European countries.


  • High Earning
  • Creative Field
  • Innovative Skill Enhancement
  • Traveling Opportunities
  • Can establish Business


  • Long Working Hours
  • Lots of Training
  • Causes Anxiety issues
  • Competition
  • Deadline Compulsions