ALUMNI

The KRVIA Alumni association engages with the graduates of KRVIA at various levels, encourages mentoring and networking, provides a platform for sharing expertise and thought leadership. It helps build a global spirit to foster the future of architectural education. Our Alumni are the voice of our Institute and are the torch bearers of our vision.

As a part of KAA, you now engage with a network that spans across graduates of three decades, with diverse experiences in myriad disciplines. The KAA is represented by a strong community of over 2,500 alumni, who are involved in academics and practices around the globe.

The KAA shares a path of engagement with the social and cultural life of alumni at various scales and entails:

  • Individuals who have completed either the Undergraduate or Post-graduate program
  • Individuals who have completed a KRVIA online certificate program, fellowship program and/or engaged with research at KRVIA

The KRVIA Alumni Association reaches out to the KRVIA community for educational programs, attending online events, networking opportunities, professional development programs, moderating discussions that allows enhancement of social outreach and knowledge sharing capabilities. Your relationship with us is continued and helps you share life updates, accomplishments and engage with an academic space in various ways.

Besides that, the KAA invites you to stay tied with and volunteer for KRVIA student’s communities in helping them out by sharing career opportunities, research and entrepreneurship.

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KAA News

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KAA Update Ginella George Article titled, Enclave Urbanism: Restructuring and the Inner City of Mumbai written by Ginella George, Alumna KRVIA M.Arch Urban Conservation has

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KAA Update Patchwork Stories Created and curated by Thotpot, a creative platform of like-minded artistes, a new exhibition called Everything is Connected that opened over

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KAA Update Anubhav Borgohain KRVIA Urban Design Alumnus, Anubhav Borgohain’s latest article with Urban Design Lab explores the metaverse and how it will change the

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KAA Update Esa Shaikh KRVIA Urban Design Alumni, Esa Shaikh’s , photo essay “WINDOWS OFTHE PAST: Learning the importance of climatic design from the built

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KAA Update Nikita P. Pawar Nikita P. Pawar, KRVIA Urban Design Alumna’s article has been published in the Journal of the Indian Institute of Architecture , March

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KAA Update Mrunali Balki Mrunali Balki, KRVIA Urban Design Alumna, has contributed published her research, “Transformation Of Smaller Cities as An Advent of Sprawling Development

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KAA News

KAA Update

KAA Update Ginella George Article titled, Enclave Urbanism: Restructuring and the Inner City of Mumbai written by Ginella George, Alumna KRVIA M.Arch Urban Conservation has

Read More »

KAA Update

KAA Update Patchwork Stories Created and curated by Thotpot, a creative platform of like-minded artistes, a new exhibition called Everything is Connected that opened over

Read More »

KAA Update

KAA Update Anubhav Borgohain KRVIA Urban Design Alumnus, Anubhav Borgohain’s latest article with Urban Design Lab explores the metaverse and how it will change the

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KAA Update

KAA Update Esa Shaikh KRVIA Urban Design Alumni, Esa Shaikh’s , photo essay “WINDOWS OFTHE PAST: Learning the importance of climatic design from the built

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KAA Update

KAA Update Nikita P. Pawar Nikita P. Pawar, KRVIA Urban Design Alumna’s article has been published in the Journal of the Indian Institute of Architecture , March

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KAA Update

KAA Update Mrunali Balki Mrunali Balki, KRVIA Urban Design Alumna, has contributed published her research, “Transformation Of Smaller Cities as An Advent of Sprawling Development

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