JBR Architecture College In Andhra Pradesh - College Courses, Placements

JBR Architecture College

2nd Floor, Bhaskar Plaza, Road No. 1, Banjarahills,, Hyderabad, Telangana   |   ESTD : 2012   |   Approved By: AICTE   |   Type: Private
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About College

JBR Architecture College, Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh, was established in 2012 by the Joginpally B.R. Educational Society. A premier group in the State having a strong focus on providing excellence in various fields of education to the aspiring youth.

The J.B.R. Architecture College offers an undergraduate program in Architecture. Bachelor of Architecture is a five year Degree course inclusive of one year internship.

Facts and Figures JBR Architecture College

Establishment Year


College Type

Private-Self Finance

Chairperson of the College

Late Sri J. Bhaskar Rao



How to Reach

728 km from Mumbai

Why to choose JBR Architecture College?

  • Innovation course: - The course work is to help the student understand the finer aspects of architecture which are quite integral to designing, planning and scheduling construction of built environments.
  • Highly qualified and efficient faculty: - Qualified and experienced faculty is assigned to classrooms that can pays individual attention to the students, sessions are interactive and high level of discipline is maintained in classroom.
  • Placement Cell: - Placement cell is working to tie ups with lot of organization of repute.


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