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International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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Human Value And Soft Skill In Diploma Level Architectural Education

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Dr. Sarita Dash



architecture, consciousness, dynamic, evaluation, status, technical, urbanization



In today’s economic scenario, the rising incomes and expectations in the wake of rapid urbanization has created a crying need for creation of value concept in the appropriate climate which will encourage emergence of good human-beings, a band of worthy as well as socially responsible professionals and will eventually lead to the creation of a good society. So, this paper has been designed to look at the present status of Architectural Education at Diploma level in a dynamic society. To meet the demands of the changing needs of the changing society, the future architectural education should address some pertinent issues regarding soft skills, which has been discussed in this paper. A little measure has been taken to explain that the innovations and practices in architectural education will impose new demands on the teachers who are mainly responsible for the rectification of the foundation at root level to cultivate the human values as a part of their teachings. The paper has also talked about the outcome of evaluation that necessitates the change in education to express the qualitative significance to human consciousness.



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