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POORNIMA UNIVERSITY, JAIPUR

SCHOOL OF PLANNING & ARCHITECTURE


TENTATIVE LIST OF DISSERTATION HYPOTEHSIS
IX SEM, 2019-20
R.No Name of Students HYPOTHESIS GUIDE
1 ADITI JANGIR Green Facades is a sustainable approach to Building Facade Design POONAM SHAH

Implementation of traditional planning and techniques in modern buildings


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achieves climatic sustainability.
Residential green buildings fulfill the aspects of energy conservation and
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water management.
Global architectural style is best represented in commercial buildings in
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Indian context

44 ROHIT MALVIYA Facades are not meant to solely serve for asthetics in commercial buildings POONAM SHAH

46 SATWINDER SINGH POONAM SHAH

The traditional 'Koti-Banal' architecture buildings are approperiate for


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earthquake resistant construction

51 SNEHA YADAV 'Cargotecture'' is a green alternative POONAM SHAH

52 VIRAT ARORA Dynamic buildings can be sustainable POONAM SHAH

53 VAGMITA DANDWATE AEC blocks are better alternatives for bricks POONAM SHAH

Scale of Spaces in the Hindu and Jain Temples has changed over time in
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Rajasthan
Bricks are more Sustainable & Cost Effective Building Materials as compared
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to stones.
Influence of regional architecture on modern building is an idealistic solution
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for designing heritage building in present era
Detailed ornamentation in Jaisalmer facades is a variable of local cultural
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practices
MOHAMMAD SIDDIQ SALIM
26 Peter Zumthor design ideas can be applicable in indian context PREETHI AGRAWAL

Colours for interior spaces and circulation can influence productivity of work
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space
Designing cultural and exhibition spaces with social context can impact social
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harmony

4 ANKIT KUMAR NIRALA B.R.C.C is a good alterntive of R.C.C for sesmic prone areas. SAURABH SHARMA

9 AYUSH KHANDELWAL Controling daylighting can create physical comfort in buildings SAURABH SHARMA

CHITRANSH MAHESHWARI Linear Axis Orgnaization is the best way to Organize Spaces in Institutional
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Buildings
Biosphere is a more approachable way for designing buildings in hot and dry
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climate
Kinetic movement in buildings enhances aesthetics and improves indoor
16 HARDIK GEHLOTE SAURABH SHARMA
environment.

20 JAI SHVI NANDWANA Urban heat effect can be reduced through street scape design. SAURABH SHARMA

The reconfigurability of long span structures tends to stable dynamic


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structures.

24 MAYANK CHAUDHARY High-rise buildings can be constructed using earthship system. SAURABH SHARMA

30 NAMAN BHARGAVA Minimilism can provide sustainability and comfortability at the same time SAURABH SHARMA

31 NAMAN KUMAR LUNKAR Designed landscapes can reduce water consumption SAURABH SHARMA

35 PRASHANSA PORWAL Good design can achieve appropriate spatial planning in triangular plots SAURABH SHARMA
POORNIMA UNIVERSITY, JAIPUR
SCHOOL OF PLANNING & ARCHITECTURE
TENTATIVE LIST OF DISSERTATION HYPOTEHSIS
IX SEM, 2019-20
R.No Name of Students HYPOTHESIS GUIDE
42 RIDHIMA SINGH Landscape elements plays a vital role in integrating the building spaces SAURABH SHARMA

Socio-interactive spaces can redefine the working environment of an office


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space

5 ARCHIT JAIN Improper Expansion Jonts Treatments Damages the Structure of Buildings URMILA PANWAR

11 BASHAR NAWAZ Desigining for Acoustics is significant for improving Quality of Indoor Life. URMILA PANWAR

Creating integration spaces within multilevel building is a better alternative


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for equivalent spaces on land

28 MOHIT SHRIVASTAVA Urban infill is a significant tool for gentrification in the Indian context URMILA PANWAR

Integration of social and physical built is necessary for better living of elderly
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people housing
Portable architecture's construction system is appropriate for building
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industry and exhibition spaces
Climate governs the morphological growth pattern of the settlements in
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Himachal Pradesh
Flexible architecture can be an effective and adaptive process for architectural
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design

40 RAHUL JANGIR Vernacular architecture is the tool for low cost building URMILA PANWAR

45 SANA ZABEEN All minimilistic buildings are modern buildings URMILA PANWAR

Circulation in Commercial Buildings is a major determinant of Building's


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Workability

6 ASIF The Spatial Planning of Haveli's of Shekhawati follows specific module. YASH PRATAP SINGH

Facades of Jodhpur have achieved Techological adavancement over time with


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same materials
BAIKARE PRASHANT Riverfront Development can create a Healthy and Recreational Space in
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BALIRAM Urban Environment
Historical facades of buildings in Bikaner are based on a predefined set of
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proportions.
KUMARI KRITI
22 Cultural believes governs the planning of dwelling units YASH PRATAP SINGH
SATYENDRASINGH
Planning and designing of rehabilitation centre with aspects to materials plays
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a vital role in healing of people

32 NAMITA SHARMA Contextualism is a strategy for achieving sustainable architecture YASH PRATAP SINGH

38 PRIYAL PARAKH Modern built can be heritage YASH PRATAP SINGH

Adaptive reuse of abandoned buildings is sustainable strategy for urban


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liveability

47 SAYED ARBAZ ARIF Restoration of existing structure is better than building new structure YASH PRATAP SINGH

48 SHADAB AHMAD High-rise buildings make cities more affordable and architecturaly intresting YASH PRATAP SINGH

56 SAAKSHI POHANI Urban waterfront development adversly affects the aquatic ecosystem YASH PRATAP SINGH

23 M. RADHIKA VINODKUMAR DORMANT

54 SANDEEP DHAKA DORMANT

55 DEVANSH KUMAWAT DORMANT