Sparkling Dias and Colorful Rangolis,
Brighten your college this Diwali.

MBS SPA is organizing a Rangoli making competition. 
All the students are urged to show their enthusiasm with their full participation.

Date: October 25, 2019
Time: 11:00 am - 1:30
Venue: Atrium 1- In front of Admin Area
                 Atrium 2- In front of Canteen Area

Students who wish to participate can give their names to Ar. Toshi Dube, Ar. Rajshree Mathur and Ar. Mahima Sharma

Note: Basic Rangoli colors will be provided. Students must bring their required materials like Glitters and extra colors for rangoli (if required)


62nd Zonal NASA, 20th- 23rd October 2019   

MBS SPA college participated in the 62nd Zonal NASA Convention held in S.P.A., Poornima University, Jaipur from 20th- 23rd October 2019. A total of 41 delegates went to attend the convention.

The NASA conventions are the platforms for the interaction of architecture students of different colleges. It also aims to help in exploring the technical & creative side of the architecture students. It challenges students by introducing design competitions for which students put their sincere efforts under faculties guidance to compete with other colleges.

Our students participated in ZNDC (Zonal Nasa Design Competition), Best thesis, Reubens Trophy, Journalism & Dance Trophy. They also attended and participated in various workshops & seminars held in the convention agora to enhance their knowledge and skills and experience the competitiveness & awareness of the field among themselves.

Students participated in Landscape Projections, Artnet, GRIHA, Lighting Design, Unbound Art, Designing with Phi, Doodle Ashram, Spatial Soundscape, My design, My right, Confab and [Un]Plan workshops.

They received ‘Special Mention’ in Best Thesis and ‘Citation’ in Dance Trophy. 


Workshop on

“Parametric Design and BIM”



A one-day workshop on “Parametric design and BIM” has been organized for the B.Arch. IInd year students on Wednesday, 22nd October 2019 in the Seminar Hall from 2:00 pm to 5:00 pm.

Considering requirements of the upcoming software-based designing methods, the workshop aims at imparting awareness of BIM software along with making students learn about parametric designing with the help of Rhino and Grasshopper software.

This seminar is mandatory for the students of B.Arch. second year. Also, others interested may attend.

Building Construction Site Visit

Building Construction Site Visit (Dated 21.10.2019) was organized for class 1-B to St. Gregorius School, Sector – 11, Dwarka, New Delhi.

It has often been desired by Higher Authorities of the institute that in addition to theoretical training, through lectures/studio work etc., practical training should also be imparted to students of respective classes especially in respect of Building Construction methods and latest technologies being adopted in Real Estate Sector to broaden their sphere of knowledge about construction.


In compliance to above, the undersigned has voluntarily taken up a lead role in organizing various site visits of the upcoming Real Estate Projects, for various classes of the institute. Undersigned is also of the view that the best way to learn Building Construction subject, is to visit the relevant site to see and document the structural system and various construction details being implemented at site. It is also felt that a rich knowledge about latest ongoing building construction techniques automatically leads to development and enhancement of very good skills in Building Designing. Thus, building construction and architectural designing go hand in hand, together.


With the above background, a site visit was organized for class 1-B students as per the following description:


1.     Objective: The prime objective was to study and sensitize students of 1st year regarding brickwork bonds i.e., English Bond, Header Bond, Arch Construction and exposed brick cladding construction work being undertaken in the school as per the curriculum/syllabus for the first semester.


2.     Identification of the Project Site/Permission from Competent Authority:

It was noticed that St. Gregorios School at Dwarka is in the process of vertical future expansion and very good exposed brick cladding work and arch formation work is being done. So, it was considered to be the most ideal and nearby site for the students to see and to learn exposed brick work, brick bonds and arch construction techniques.

3.     After seeking verbal approval for site visit from the Principal of the School, an in house Notice dated 21.10.2019 (Annexure – 2) was issued after due approval from the concerned faculties and competent authority i.e., Batch Coordinator, BCM Coordinator and Director Sir. Accordingly, site visit was held on 21.10.2019 in forenoon. All the students of the class along



with Subject Faculty i.e., undersigned and Ar. Shubhangi Saxena visited the site. Site visit report is attached herewith (Annexure – 3).


4.     As desired separate photo gallery (Annexure – 4) is also attached.


Positive Outcome of the site visit: During the visit, the students could observe and understand construction of English Bond in external 230 mm fillar wall around the arches. They also gathered knowledge about frame construction comprising of column and beams. They could observe Header Bond with bricks placed radially used for construction of semi- circular part of the staircase. They could see and understand how arches (semi-circular and circular) are constructed by using a mold. They could understand how brick cladding is done using machine made bricks cut to size. They felt quite excited to see brick/stone cutting machine and sand sieving machine and made video clipping demonstrating its operation. They noticed different size of Reinforcement Bars being used at site along with fabrication of Mild Steel Window frames with semicircular head. They also noticed other finishes like exposed grit work (locally called Dhullai Dana) applied on the staircase surface and saw materials like red /buff colour sand stone slabs being used for cladding purpose. They observed that Watchmen Cabin was covered with pyramidal roof over which corrugated terracotta tiles were fixed. At entrance, the school name was beautifully engraved on orange colour granite slab.


Thus, the site visit was quite informative and the students were quite satisfied and happy with the site visit outcome. All the students and accompanying faculty members returned back to college to continue with the remaining period of BC Classes.


Prof. D.L. Srivastava

(Subject Teacher)


FOR FIRST YEAR (2019-20)   



Date: Thursday, 3rd October’2019

Time: 9:30 AM

Venue: Seminar Hall, MBS SPA


All the students of first were invited for the Legal Awareness Programme to enhance the legal knowledge of students about the issue of ragging and its ill effects.

The programme was conducted by Judge Ajay Goel and Advocate Sudeep Sharma.

The event commenced at 10:00 am in the college seminar hall with a brief speech by Ar. Jyoti Arora (faculty member), welcoming the speakers Hon’ble Judge Ajay Goel, Special NDPS Judge and Advocate Sudeep Sharma, Legal Aid Counsel, from the Session Court Dwarka. The guests were welcomed by a bouquet of roses by Prof. V.K. Bugga and Director Bijay Dash.


Faculty member elaborated the definition of ragging, their types, and their effects on physical and mental health. She emphasized on the various committees constituted in the college and anti- ragging initiatives taken by the institute for curbing the menace of ragging.

Further vital information regarding various committees and their members was given to the students, including anti ragging committee, student grievance and Redressal cell and disciplinary committee. The students were asked to approach to the committee members without any hesitation, in case of any incidence of ragging.


A speech was delivered by the Judge Ajay Goel on ragging and drug addiction and its effect on the students. He elaborated the definition of ragging, their types, and their effects on physical and mental health. To create a better understanding about ragging and its ill effects, various case examples were discussed and students were informed about various measures that can be taken by them to safeguard themselves from similar mishaps.


He conducted an interactive session with the students showing the excitement of a student to begin with college studies and how some become victim of drugs and ragging and thus loose interest in their studies. They also emphasized on the debate raised among people on difference between interaction and ragging. This discussion helped students to become more aware and clear about, the difference and also encouraged them to talk freely with their parents, teachers and friends to report any issues regarding ragging and seek external help, if required. They also enhanced student's knowledge of their fundamental rights and highlighted the fact that police and courts have special bodies to address these grievances’.


To create a better understanding about ragging and its ill effects, various case examples were discussed and students were informed about various measures that can be taken by them to safeguard themselves from similar mishaps.


This session helped students to become more aware and clear about ragging and drug addiction and enable them to freely discuss any such issues with their parents and faculty members. The session was concluded with a vote of thanks to the speakers.