Haryana polytechnic syllabus for the trade architect, semester 2nd and subject architectural drawing and you download and read the syllabus from here.
Architectural Drawing forms a core subject for preparing scale drawings, three dimensional views, furniture drawings and layouts.
Teachers are expected to lay considerable stress on practical work so that students attain sufficient skills for preparing good quality architectural drawing.
Teachers are also expected to stress upon appropriate line work, properties, dimensioning and lettering.
1. Reviewing orthographic projections (plans, line projections, solids) (1 sheet)
2. Section of Solids (4 sheets)
Simple geometrical shapes e.g. cube: Elementary building sections highlighting line intensities for sectional and elevational components. (Example: parapet, chajjas in section and elevation behind)
3. Development of surface (1 sheet)
Development with an aim to calculate areas if required
4. Isometric Views (3 sheets)
Conversion of 2D geometrical shapes into 3D isometric views (30o – 30o), 30o – 60o) to realize the potential of each from simple to complex solid to basic building forms
5. Axonometric Views (5 sheets)
Conversion of 2D geometrical shapes into 3D axonometric views at different angles (45o – 45o) to realize the potential of each from simple to complex solid to basic building forms. Isometric/axonometric use of any building form, from a given base plan – to be developed as per the student’s imagination of the exterior/interior components (with roads, landscape elements)
Note: Total No. of minimum sheets = 14
This subject is one of the most important, fundamental and practical subject for diploma in Architectural Assistantship. Teachers should lay emphasis on practical work by the students and give repetitive exercises in free hand sketching, colouring and rendering like sketching, shades and shadows, lettering, printing forms and other important component of architecture. Teachers should lay stress upon perfect line work, properties, dimensioning, lettering and printing by the students in the classroom. Students should maintain portfolio of the work done by them throughout the session. Viva voce examination may be conducted by the teacher on completion of each assignment