BUILDING BETTER: Certificate Course for Sustainable Building Practices and Policies
June 3-7, 2013
CSE organized the second ‘Building Better’ course which dealt with the issue of sustainable buildings from a sensible and technical perspective. This time around the participants spanned various age groups as well as professions, from Architecture students to IT professionals.
The course was for a duration of five days and covered various aspects related to building sustainability including architecture design, passive techniques, ecology and vernacular wisdom, water and energy use, building materials as well as the various policies and codes which are currently in place. The various modules were conducted by Prof. Shankar R. (IIT Roorkee), Ar. Arvind Krishan, Prof. V.K. Paul (SPA, Delhi), Ar. Gaurav Shorey and CSE in house experts. The sessions were held in a discussion format and were interspersed by classroom exercises and field visits.
All the participants were enthusiastic about learning throughout the course and were appreciative of the course content as well as the manner in which it was conducted.
Some feedback from participants:
“Very informative course for architecture students and professionals.” Ipsita Mondal, Architect, New Delhi.
It is a helpful programme for personal learning as well as for awareness generation among masses.” Vipin V. Kamble, EIA Co-ordinator, SD Engg. Services Pvt. Ltd., Aurangabad.
“Since the need for sustainability is increasing this course is very good to understand why and how.” Shreshth Guptaa, Architecture student, Amity University, Noida.
“The content is delivered in an unbiased manner.” Dr. R.M. Mehra, Director: Design Gurukul, New Delhi.
Training programme of Centre for Science and Environment 24th -26th August, 2016
Centre for Science and Environment’s Sustainable Building and Habitat Programme is organizing “Building Sense”, a certificate course on sustainable buildings, from 24th to 26th August, 2016. The programme aims to enable participants to adopt a common sense approach to green buildings, one that blends traditional wisdom with modern science.