Our Institute has faculty from varying disciplines, some of them are qualified from premium institutes from India and Abroad. Consultancy ranges from interior design projects, landscape design, environment architecture, digital architecture etc.

Some Consultancy is done voluntarily /honorary by our faculty and students for social cause.

Council of Architecture has evolved Guidelines for Consultancy Practice by the faculty members of the schools of architecture. Institutions imparting architectural education must encourage faculty members to be involved in professional practice which would enrich the experience and knowledge of the faculty members and, in turn, upgrade the level/quality of teaching, training and research programmes.


  • Well furnished work station and labs for consultancy
  • High configured computers with latest softwares
  • High end gadgets and tools like Robotic arm, 3d Printers , CNC machine etc
  • Generator backup
  • College kept open after regular working hours, at times also on weekends.



Sr. No Project title Funding agency Nature of work
1 Building simulation for GRIHA rating for Westside County Darode Jog Building Simulation project
By Environmental Archi. Dept
2 Environmental developmental plan for 4 villages around Pune – Markal, Manchar, Kadus and Kalamb Passco Environmental Solutions Preparing a report addressing 7 criterias for the EDP and developing strategies
By Environmental Archi. Dept
3 Pune Municipal Corporation Environmental Audit and Retrofitting IGBC and PMC Pune Municipal Corporation Environmental Audit and Retrofitting Analysis of Existing building
4 Van Bhavan existing administrative building and guest house retrofitting MEDA and Van Bhavan Van Bhavan existing administrative building and guest house audit and retrofitting analysis
5 Environmental Management Plan for MKSSS campus MKSSS and BNCA Environmental Management Plan for MKSSS campus
6 Tourism Development Plan for Pune Vandana Chavan(MP) Tourism Development Plan for Pune
7 Renewable Energy Audit MKSSS Renewable Energy potential and feasibility report of MKSSS campus
8 Jaipur resilient cities projects with TARU and ACCCRN ACCCRN and TARU Resilient city planning
9 Hospital design Srujan Energy efficient hospital design


Sr. No Project Name Client Name
10 Fab Lab CNC engraving , 3d printing ,
11  Proposals for Installation for Principals Cabin BNCA
12 Proposals for Installation for Courtyard BNCA
13 Proposal for Slum Rehabilitation at Khamla MM consultants Mumbai
14 Farmhouse at Mulshi For Mr. Bhavnesh Desai Mr. Bhavnesh Desai
15  Conceptual proposal for Pune Metropolitan Region Development Agency(PMRDA) (PMRDA)
16 Maharshi Karve Chattri PMC
Design and Construction BY Digital Architecture Department


Sr. No Project Name Client Name
17  Proposals for canopy for school of Fashion technology MKSSS
18 Proposals for Canteen at Cummins college of Engineering MKSSS
21 Proposal for bakery at MKSSS MKSSS


Sr. No Project Name Client Name
19 Landscape Architecture Iskcon, Pune –SEM I 2015
20 Landscape Conservation, Planning and Architecture Landscape heritage of Daulatabad & Khuldabad, Aurangabad –SEM II 2016
21 Landscape Conservation, Planning and Architecture   Tracing Regional Landscapes of Anjaneri & Chamer leni, Nashik – SEM I 2016
22 Landscape Architecture Rethinking Streets –NOV 2016
23 Landscape Architecture Ecology, community and delight:
A holistic landscape perspective for MKSSS campus, Pune’ – SEM III 2016
24 Landscape Architecture BNCA Entrance & Courtyard Design & details , Plantation Details for MKSSS Campus, Pune


  • The faculty members entrusted with the jobs may appoint a group leader for entering into agreement with clients on behalf of the Consultancy Cell and also to engage specialist consultants, as and when required, and to negotiate the fees thereof with the Consultancy Cell Committee’s approval.
  • The Consultancy Cell shall contribute a portion of the fees not exceeding 10%, to the Research, Development and Staff Welfare Fund:
  • Provided further, that another 10% of the fees shall be placed at the disposal of the Consultancy Cell Committee to defray expenditure for its activities.
  • The remaining 80% of the fees shall be utilised for expenditure and for payment of honorarium to faculty members.
  • The faculty members shall submit progress reports to the Consultancy Cell periodically for review.
  • The Consultancy Cell Committee shall submit reports annually to the authorities of the institution.
  • The Consultancy Cell shall manage all its receipts and payments.

We encourage faculty by providing all necessary support in terms of infrastructure, flexibility in timings other than the lectures to make the delivery efficient and effective.

We appreciate the faculty and applaud them in various forums and platforms for the work done through consultancy . We encourage students and faculty to participate in various knowledge updating programmes, networking platforms etc. College sanctions necessary on duty leaves, financial assistance to attend various workshops, seminars, training programmes etc. college publishes the consultancy work in prospectus, annual report, news bulletin, News papers etc.