Architecture Students of Anant Win at NASA, India


New Delhi, September 24, 2018: Students of School of Architecture at Anant National University kept the tradition alive of participating in events and winning trophies at the National Association of Students of Architecture (NASA, India) Zonal Convention held in Bardoli, Surat, in September 2018. This was the second consecutive year AnantU was involved in the largest Architectural Student Organisation in the world with a team of 46 students representing the university across activities.

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Of the six competitions the students of AnantU participated in, viz., ANDC, Reuben’s trophy, Sustainable le trophy, Thesis trophy, Photography and panel discussion, they got shortlisted in five of them. A team of four students (Harsh Khandelwal, Devanshi Shah, Samarth Parikh, Ritu Vora) won the special mention prize in panel discussion, and another team (Mansi Darji, Jaini Shah, Riya Fadadu, Ritu Vora, Shivani Dave, Rajvi Vanodia) was the runner-up in tug of war (girls).

The one-of-a-kind experience was cherished by AnantU’s Architecture students who were exposed to talks and workshops by renowned architects from across the country and the works of students from other colleges during the convention. Values of teamwork, collaboration, creativity, sportsmanship and leadership strengthened in the students during the two-day event.

The team from Anant National University has got shortlisted for the Annual NASA Convention and hopes to get selected among the top 100 qualifying colleges.