Department of Architecture

Recent Submissions

  • Hasan, Kazi Najeeb (BRAC Univeristy, 2015)
    Mankind is always evolving. Ever since man stepped into the cave from his forest dwelling millenias back, he has evolved in different ways in his desire to achieve a higher level of civilisation. That has caused him to ...
  • Awal, Sajid I (BRAC Univeristy, 2016)
    Housing in Dhaka, one of the most populous cities in the world has become more of a necessity rather than ambition. Due to socio-economic reasons, Dhaka is currently with scarcity of lands for providing home for its ...
  • Ishaque, Tasnia (BRAC Univeristy, 2016)
    Resort has been considered as an important element of tourism industry. Due to different tropical conditions and travelers need a living space there, Bangladesh government has plan to develop the beach of Gahira, Anwara ...
  • Thoiba, Kongkham Parihan (BRAC Univeristy, 2016)
    Under the ministry of Land there are many departments now working and these are Land Reforms Board, Land Appeal Board, Department of Land Records and Surveys and Land Administration Training Centre and some other departments ...
  • Shuvo, Shariar Alam (BRAC University, 2017-01)
    Disabled people has equal right to enjoy a better life with access to basic needs as well as sports. In Bangladesh disabled people are most deprived of education, medical support, social support and sports facilities. Due ...
  • Ash-Shafi, Faisal (BRAC University, 2016)
    The rising issue of homeless children on the streets & children affected by extreme poverty has outstretched to such levels that measures like sheltering & training them has long been implemented in many places of our ...
  • Rahman, Nazia (BRAC University, 2016)
    The Santals are known as one of the oldest and largest group of indigenous community in the northwestern region of Bangladesh. Today they are one of the most disadvantaged and vulnerable indigenous communities as well. ...
  • Mostofa, Rifat Ara (BRAC University, 2016)
    Among all the different groups Garo is one of the major tribes of Bangladesh. They are mainly refugees from Mongolia to this region through Tibet. They also live in The Indian State of Meghalaya. The present population of ...
  • Khalil, Ayesha Labiba (BRAC University, 2016)
    Unplanned urban growth is common phenomenon in Dhaka city however. In the process of urbanization the city is loosing its character of the city, it is loosing the resources as well as many landmarks. A look back into the ...
  • Islam, Md Shazedul (BRAC University, 2016)
    National press club complex, Dhaka is the national level meeting place of the journalists and public relations officials of Bangladesh. Moreover, it‟s a centre of their social and professional interaction. Though it‟s a ...
  • Kabir, Khandoker Upama (BRAC University, 2017)
    The objective of the paper is to assess the significance of extracurricular and creative activities in the lives of children and the importance of institutions that provide such facilities to children in the context of ...
  • Hossain, lmtiaz (BRAC University, 2015-08)
    This paper is an attempt to understand the context of tourism at Nijhum Dwip (Chawr Osman). Data collected through site visits and literary sources are put forward here to analyze the site and its surroundings. The aim of ...
  • Abadin, Joynal (BRAC University, 2016)
    Andarkilla (inner fort) shahi mosque was a Mughal era mosque set up by umed khan (son of Shaesta khan). It remains as a victory monument against moghs and Portuguese pirates. It stands in the center of Chittagong city ...
  • Tasneem, Tanzina (BRAC University, 2016)
    Storytelling is an age old practice that shape much of the world as we know it and our views on where we stand relative to it; in other words our identity( Berger & Luckmann, 1966). Being a nation that have survived waves ...
  • Aishwarya, Arpa (BRAC University, 2016)
    The human civilization is not confined within the boundaries of the Earth anymore. It has been more than 47 years since the first man has stepped into the moon triggering the thirst of space travel. Human send probes to ...
  • Zaman, Brontee (BRAC University, 2016)
    Since 1992, Bangladesh has seen a rise in private universities after the government passed the Private University Act. Demand for higher education was rising, thus creating an opportunity for entrepreneurs to invest in ...
  • Zahan, Tasnima (BRAC University, 2016)
    Shipping industry is the driving force behind communication and trade from the earliest of time and presently shipbuilding industry is becoming the largest foreign exchange earning sector for maritime countries worldwide. ...
  • Haque, Md Injamul (BRAC University, 2016)
    The people of this nation were always avid lovers and supporters of sports. The nation bursts with exuberating energy and color whenever the FIFA or ICC World Cup occur. Football was vastly viewed and enjoyed by the people ...
  • Baten, Priyanka (BRAC University, 2016)
    Government of Bangladesh provides housing to the people who work for the government. Rental housing facilities are given to all the public servants from higher officials to employees and they can avail these facilities ...

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