National Aptitude Test in Architecture, popularly known as NATA is scheduled to be conducted on April 14, 2019. ...Read more
The Council of Architecture (COA) has announced the revised result of NATA 2018. Some candidates are relieved due to the action taken by the Council. ...Read more
Sagar has pursued his graduation from the institute, currently, he is working in Saurashtra Das Consultants as an Architect for the firm.
He works in Paradeep Port Trust, Odisha as a senior architect.
Pritam Dey won the COA NIASA National Award for Excellence in Architectural Thesis at the zonal level in 2015 and was shortlisted among top 10 in 2016. His Design paper was selected for presentation at the prestigious International Union of Architects - World Architects Congress to be held at Seoul, Korea, 2017. Joydip Bar (B.Arch, 2017) was selected for Asia Young Designer’s Award 2016 (Stage 1). Ujjwal Kumar’s (B.Arch,2017) design has been selected as the official logo of FOSS4G Asia 2018. Satyabrata Jena and Abhisekh Sharma (B.Arch,2016) won a cash prize of Rs. 1 lakh under "Odisha Youth Innovation Fund Scheme Govt. Of Odisha".
The college has also been a winner in the Zonal Convention of National Association of Students' of Architecture on numerous occasions in the past few years and has also received recognition in the prestigious Reuben's Trophy and Annual NASA Design Competitions.
A team from PMCA comprising Ujjyant Bhattacharya, Priyanka and Srabantika (currently in final year) won a Special Mention in the 4th place in an International Competition held in Germany and was the only team from India to achieve this special feat. Another team of three from PMCA (currently in third year) participated and won the 3rd prize in the UNESCO IHCNF Student Competition 2017.
In order to encourage and motivate brilliant students of Odisha prosecuting higher studies in the field of General, Technical and Professional education, the Government of Odisha is awarding different scholarship every year through Higher Education Department on merit-cum-means basis. For outside state students, they have to apply to respective District Welfare officer.