Petition to Council of Architecture: To make architectural internships more meaningful and relevant

Last year we reached out to a number of professionals, students and educators to understand the issues with the architectural internships in india. Read all the views here.

Rising demand and supply gap, obsolete format of internship and no system in place to adresses the greivances of students, professionals and institutes, has made internships a frustrating ordeal for every one.
We are reaching out to the President and Registrar, Council of Architecture, who we think have the necessary powers and mandate to make architectural internships more relevant and meaningful for both, students and the profession.

We request you to read the petition HERE, sign it and also share it with all your friends and network.

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