Pics: Students from Germany meet the 'Acharya' cult

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Bangalore, Nov 26: Delegations of students from the International Institute for Project Management, Stuttgart University of Applied Sciences, Germany under the guidance of Prof. Dieterle are being hosted by Acharya's NRV School of Architecture, as part of their case study program.

They are here on a mission to study the nuances of managing huge Infrastructure projects in the Indian sub-continent. They will be presenting their observations in the form of a case study report towards the end of the program. Among the 30 post graduate students from different nations spread across Asia, Latin America and Africa, along with German students.

"The students would vastly benefit from this visit not only in terms of technological inputs, but also in getting a first hand experience of working in an alien culture, the trials and tribulations of managing huge Infrastructure projects with limited resources. Besides, the students and the German faculty also had an opportunity to interact with their Indian counterparts and they were all praise for the creative talents of the students at Acharya School of Architecture," said Prof. Vasanth Bhat, Dean of Acharya School of Architecture.

Dharshan Gowda Student of Acharya School of Architecture said that, " my interaction with the German students and faculty has given me a broader perspective of our profession of architecture and the immense possibilities that exist all over the world, especially in infrastructure projects.

Sahithya first year student of Acharya School of Architecture was very impressed by the German way of working on projects, especially their precision, eye for detailing, etc. I wish to go to the University of Stuttgart - Institute for International Project Management (IIPM) for my higher studies. It is great that our Acharya's School of Architecture has been able to forge ties with such a reputed Institution."

The German students were all praise for the serene atmosphere in the Acharya campus and they were quite surprised that the facilities available to the students including Wi-Fi , AV-equipments in design studios and lecture halls, etc. could be compared to the best available in their University in Germany.

The faculty

Delegations of students from the International Institute for Project Management, Stuttgart University of Applied Sciences, Germany under the guidance of Prof. Dieterle are being hosted by Acharya's NRV School of Architecture, as part of their case study program.

 

 

In BangaloreYoung minds at work

They will be presenting their observations in the form of a case study report towards the end of the program. Among the 30 post graduate students from different nations spread across Asia, Latin America and Africa, along with German students.

 

 

In Bangalore

The students would vastly Benefit from this visit not only in terms of technological inputs, but also in getting a first hand experience of working in an alien culture, the trials and tribulations of managing huge Infrastructure projects with limited resources.

 

 

In Bangalore

Dharshan Gowda Student of Acharya School of Architecture said that, " my interaction with the German students and faculty has given me a broader perspective of our profession of architecture and the immense possibilities that exist all over the world, especially in infrastructure projects.

 

 

In Bangalore

Sahithya first year student of Acharya School of Architecture was very impressed by the German way of working on projects, especially their precision, eye for detailing, etc. I wish to go to the University of Stuttgart - Institute for International Project Management (IIPM) for my higher studies.

 

 

In Bangalore

The German students were all praise for the serene atmosphere in the Acharya campus and they were quite surprised that the facilities available to the students including Wi-Fi , AV-equipments in design studios and lecture halls, etc. could be compared to the best available in their University in Germany.

 

 

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