National Association of Students of Architecture

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National Association of Students of Architecture
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Established 13 September 1957
Type Student Association
Website Official website - National Association of Students of Architecture, India

National Association of Students of Architecture, briefly designated as NASA India, is a student body association, one of its kind for the undergraduate students of Architecture in India. Established in 1957 (13 September 1957) with seven colleges, namely,

with a common aim and objective to provide the students a platform for interaction, a platform where students from varied cultural backgrounds would learn and share their knowledge. NASA India now includes students of over 240 colleges from across the country, divided geographically into six zones. NASA India is a non profit and non political association registered under the Society's Act 1860 vide no. 24786 as applicable to the National Capital Territory of New Delhi, India. NASA India has its headquarters currently located at the Department of Architecture, School of Planning and Architecture, New Delhi.

To achieve its aims and objectives, NASA India hosts various events like,

  • The Annual NASA Design Competition (ANDC)
  • Seminars, Panel Discussions, Workshops
  • Zonal NASA Conventions
  • Laurie Baker Centre Workshops
  • The Annual NASA Convention

Executive Council: NASA India[edit]

President  :Waqar Abid, Vice President: Pappal Suneja, Secretary: Dileep Reddy Konala, Treasurer: Murari Kumar Raja, Advisor: Vivek Venkateshappa


NASA is associated with many institutions across the world,

Results of Annual NASA Convention[edit]

NASA hosts the Annual NASA Convention every year. The college with overall best performance is awarded the Le Courbusier Trophy. The results of past conventions are-

  • 2011-12: Ahmedabad- L.S.Raheja School of Architecture, Mumbai
  • 2012-13: Sonipat- L. S. Raheja School of Architecture, Mumbai
  • 2013-14: Hyderabad- Academy Of Architecture, Mumbai and L. S. Raheja School of Architecture, Mumbai


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