About GIA

Welcome to the Ganga Institute of Architecture & Town Planning (GIA), a distinguished institution dedicated to fostering excellence in architectural education. Established in 2011, GIA has been a pioneer in offering comprehensive Bachelor of Architecture (B.Arch) and Master of Architecture (M.Arch) programs.
Our institute is approved by the Council of Architecture under the Ministry of Education, Government of India, ensuring that our programs meet the highest standards of academic and professional rigor. We are proud to be affiliated with Maharishi Dayanand University, a NAAC A+ grade university, which further underscores our commitment to quality education and continuous improvement.
Architecture is the art and science of designing and constructing buildings and other physical structures. It encompasses a wide range of activities, from the planning and designing of spaces to overseeing their construction and ensuring they meet functional, aesthetic, and safety requirements. Here are some key aspects of architecture.


“Our mission is to cultivate a dynamic and inclusive educational environment that fosters creativity, innovation, and sustainability in architectural design. We aim to equip our students with the skills, knowledge, and ethical grounding necessary to lead and shape the future of the built environment. Through a commitment to excellence in teaching, research, and community engagement, we strive to advance the field of architecture and contribute meaningfully to society.”


“Our vision is to be a global leader in architectural education, renowned for our cutting-edge research, transformative teaching methodologies, and impactful community partnerships. We aspire to produce visionary architects who are not only adept at designing aesthetically and functionally superior spaces but also dedicated to addressing the pressing environmental and social challenges of our time. By fostering a culture of innovation and critical thinking, we aim to inspire our students to become agents of change, influencing the future of architecture and urbanism worldwide.”
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