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About The College
RV College of Architecture
RV College of Architecture (RVCA) globally recognized as a centre of excellence and quality education in the field of Architecture and Urban Design. With its devotion towards the cause of learning architecture, the institute has constantly strived towards bringing together academicians with diverse specializations, academic rigor, self-criticism and self-evaluation with a determined objective of shaping the attitude and work ethics of young minds.
The institute is also proud of its team of highly specialized faculties with diverse work and academic experience who constantly contribute to research and actively participate in the development and upgrading of teaching tools and education quality by instilling academic rigor in the study, critique and design of urban environs.
RVCA’s uncompromising stance towards quality in architectural education sets our students apart, and has also earned our students and faculty several accolades over the years.
R.V School of Architecture
Established in the year 1992, R.V. College of Architecture (RVCA) initially started as a Department of Architecture in R. V. College of Engineering (RVCE), Bengaluru. In 1995, the department shifted to an independent new building within the RVCE campus. The department obtained autonomy and renamed to R.V School of Architecture in 2009. Later in the same year, Council of Architecture (COA), India, approved its re-designation to R.V College of Architecture. In 2014, it shifted to a new campus with affiliation to Visvesvaraya Technological University (VTU), Belagavi, Karnataka.
- To produce a class of professionals with creative thinking and questioning attitude towards appropriate architecture.
- To be a Centre of excellence for architectural and urban design studies by bringing the best teaching talent, infrastructure and technologies together.
- To be a crucible for promoting research activities in thrust areas of architecture and allied disciplines for societal benefits.
- To share the benefit of intellectual and professional capabilities with society by establishing institutional consultancy.
- To assimilate latest academic developments, pedagogy and learning through international exchange programmes.
Facilities in RV College of Architecture
The computer laboratory of RVCA facilitates learn and work with latest software. Sixty standalone systems of latest configuration are loaded with licensed softwares including Autocad, Revit among others.
An air-conditioned, 130-capacity seminar hall, widely used for conducting seminars and talks by faculty and invited experts. Hall is equipped with projection facilities and public address system.
Outdoor and indoor sport facilities comprising chess, carrom board, table tennis, basketball, badminton court and gymnasium are available within the premises
Forty three-bed rooms are available in the Boys’ & Girls Hostel block. Additional thirty bed capacity is available in Venkatadri Hostel located about 4 kilometres from the campus. A vegetarian mess providing four meals a day is attached to the hostel for the convenience of the students.
Hostel inmates served with vegetarian meals comprising of breakfast, lunch, evening tea and dinner. Hostel residents served with vegetarian meals comprising of breakfast, lunch, evening tea and dinner. Student Committee decides mess menu.
Named after the late Prof.Sudheendra Yelvagi, this 250-capacity auditorium serves the purpose of conducting bigger events. Also used for the purpose of conferences and cultural events in the college.
Twelve well-designed, spacious studios equipped with forty workstations. These well-lit studios provide a stimulating working environment allowing students to engage in the creative task of designing.