Prerana has done B.Arch from Bundelkhand University and was an active member of the college committee which was responsible for the workshops and seminar on the use of advanced technology in Architecture.
As part of the curriculum, she did research on Archeological Museum, Delhi and submitted her thesis on it. Post that she worked with Design Shapers, New Delhi where she was handling interior designing and architectural designs. She was also involved in feasibility study, cost analysis, land use study and environmental impact.
To further study about the environmental impact, she joined National Museum Institute to pursue M. Art in Conversation. Her area of interest was Preventive and Curative conservation, Conservation of Paper and Oil and Paintings, Wall painting techniques and participated in several workshops related to these areas. Her topic for the M.A. in Dissertation was "Effectiveness of Microemulsion to remove the surface coating on Wall paintings". She also attended training in "Conservation of Metals" conducted by National Research Conservation Laboratory, Lucknow.
She was selected to attend the 'Indo- Austrian Summer School' held in the Institute of Conservation, University of Applied Arts, Vienna, Austria.