Architecture is one of the four professions recognized by the Education -Ministry in India along with Medicine, Law and Chartered Accountancy.
It is not just designing; making layouts and getting them sanctioned from local authorities, but is an art of creating spaces: spaces that are built and unbuilt, spaces that create an environment appropriate for the required use. The role of the architect lies in not only planning for a specific activity in such a space but also to make the space interesting, inviting, imposing and comfortable.
Creativity and visualization being the prime aspect of the architect, he also needs to have an updated knowledge of how to bring his imagination to physical existence on the earth.
At M.C.E. Society’s Allana College of Architecture, we train young creative minds to become skilled professionals who are sensitive to the surroundings and needs of the community.
The M.C.E. Society established the Allana College of Architecture in 1999. The college is indebted to Mr. Abdul Razzak Allana & Late Mr. Hussain Allana for their generous donations.
The College is approved by the All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE), Council of Architecture of India (New Delhi), Director of Technical Education Maharashtra State and is affiliated to the University of Pune.