DSpace at My University: Recent submissions

  • Nambiar, Abhijit; Shaikh, Aroosa Arif (17AR28) (AIKTC, 2021-10)
    As Cities are evolving and progressing it’s is essential to ensure the quality of life and one’s participation in the development of the region. There arises a constant need to investigate new possibilities of the ‘Public ...
  • Kadam, Abhishek; Shaikh, Abdul Jabbar (17AR27) (AIKTC, 2021-10)
    As an architectural instrument, the architectural promenade can be used to upgrade a person‘s experience of space, but also of time. This architectural thesis will explore the role of spatial manipulations through progressive ...
  • Mhatre, Raj; Qureshi, Mateen (17AR25) (AIKTC, 2021-10)
    As urbanization is growing and the cities are expanding. We know that the administrative systems are expanding too. And the growing populations need more administrative services. At The current time, people in India are ...
  • Mhatre, Poonam; Potrick, Amal Abrar (17AR24) (AIKTC, 2021-10)
    What will be the behavioral response of society, to a system that is formulated beyond obvious? Where we bridge a gap between Architecture and Human behavior. Where we fulfill the functional purpose of space without including ...
  • Kadam, Abhishek; Patil, Maheshwari Milind (17AR23) (AIKTC, 2021-10)
    This research thesis is an attempt to understand the mine lands in Konkan region as a unique manmade landform formed because of the rapid urbanization and huge demand for the development in construction industry. So, ...
  • Nambiar, Abhijit; Patel, Nabeel Nooh (17AR22) (AIKTC, 2021-10)
    The textile industry holds large fame within side of India. Textile industry gives one of the maximum vital requirements of the people. It is an unbiased industry from the fundamental requirement of raw fabric to the final ...
  • Wadawalkar, Prajakta; Shekasan, Manaal Ayyub (17AR19) (AIKTC, 2021-10)
    India is the homeland of many tribal communities. The major concentration of tribes lives in Central India and have a very significant presence. They also have played essential roles in the development of arts and crafts, ...
  • Prajapati, Sandeep; Khan, Tariq Mehboob (17AR17) (AIKTC, 2021-10)
    An historic / heritage site is a place where pieces of architectural, political, cultural, religious, or socio-economic history can be found. It can be any building, site or structure that acquires significance on a local, ...
  • Kadam, Abhishek; Khan, Mohammed Aquib (17AR15) (AIKTC, 2021-10)
    Now a day, we are confronting a problem regarding the solid waste management generated daily. A larger amount of waste is generated due to which landfill increases. As there is an increase in waste generation people are ...
  • Nambiar, Abhijit; Khan, Azim Moshir Ahmed (17AR14) (AIKTC, 2021-10)
    Architecture is always changing and adapting to new requirements related to social, economic, technological, political, and demographic changes. "According to this, the aging of the population is one of the most important ...
  • Kadam, Abhishek; Khan, Ayesha Abdul Majid (17AR13) (AIKTC, 2021-10)
    IJMR says that youth is a critical phase of life where they face many physical, psychological and behavioral changes because of social interactions and relationships. According to the statistics, the youth of India face ...
  • Mhatre, Raj; Khalife, Ariba Bashir (17AR12) (AIKTC, 2021-10)
    This is a book on interpreting narrative architecture in contemporary literature. One of its statements is that the encounter of literature with the built environment is fundamental to the spatial results in terms of a set ...
  • Nambiar, Abhijit; Gazge, Tahrim Salahuddin (17AR10) (AIKTC, 2021-10)
    From the early 19th century, Mumbai mills have played an important role in the cities economic condition, urban development and communal structuring. They have always been a vital part of Mumbai's heritage, are now ...
  • Wadawalkar, Prajakta; Fakih, Abdur Rehman Shahab (17AR09) (AIKTC, 2021-10)
    The textile industry is one of the very important industries in India. After China, India is the largest exporting and manufacturing country in the world. India shares 5 % of the global trade in textile industry and clothing. ...
  • Prajapati, Sandeep; Serfarazi, Faisal (17AR08) (AIKTC, 2021-10)
    In architecture there are many types of spaces, every spaces have their own sets of property which completes the overall experience of the space, some spaces are created for dedicated purpose and some are dynamic in nature, ...
  • Mhatre, Poonam; Dudhniwala, Akbar (17AR07) (AIKTC, 2021-10)
    The History of ports in India and its significance plays an important role in the development of the country. India being a headland country has many advantages in terms of advancements in the maritime industry But due ...
  • Mhatre, Poonam; Khawar, Ayesha Abid (17AR04) (AIKTC, 2021-10)
    Handicrafts often reflect the culture and practices of an entire region. In India’s most diverse regions, handicrafts play a dominant role. Due to modernization and technological advancements, these traditional arts and ...
  • Rawool, Parag; Anware, Shafique Sahir (17AR03) (AIKTC, 2021-10)
    MIDC is a type of infrastructure that is customised. in the food park, the IT/ITES park, the textile park, the wine park, the floriculture park, the chemical zone, the Comm on Hazardous Waste Treatment Storage and Disposal ...
  • Gade, Kamlesh; Alve, Amey Sunil (17AR02) (AIKTC, 2021-10)
    Since the beginning of civilization, humans have looked to the sky to circumnavigate oceans, to form calendars, and understand the question of our existence. Celestial events have always caught our attention and human ...
  • Rawool, Parag; Amrelia, Ali Abbas (17AR01) (AIKTC, 2021-10)
    A few estimation states that 68% of world population would move to urban areas by 2050. Mumbai, a city which is home to more than 1.28 crore people have only 202 cemeteries, crematoria and other places of last rites. A ...