Diploma Course 2018 - 2019

Built Heritage

Studies & Conservation

This programme is conducted by experts from all over the country through a series of workshops which give hands-on experience in various areas of conservation such as documentation, condition assessment, building and decorative materials, structural conservation, heritage management and urban conservation.

Materials Conservation I :

Lime Plaster, Stone and Stucco Conservation

 

aims to introduce basic building materials which include lime plaster, stucco and stone. Along with theory sessions on material technology, the module also includes hands-on experience with different kinds of material damages and restoration treatments.

 

Materials Conservation II :

Conservation of Wood, Metal, Glass and Ceramics

 

 aims to introduce building materials which include wood, metal, glass and ceramics. Along with theory sessions on material technology, the module also includes hands-on experience with different kinds of material damages and restoration treatments.

 

Urban Conservation

& Enabling Environment

The  module introduces the participants to various aspects of urban conservation such as development processes, historical and archaeological sites, local culture, legislation, bio-diversity conservation and public participation in various urban settings.

 

Conservation Project Management

The module Conservation Project Management introduces participants to the execution of different type of tenders like rate item tender, schedule of rate tender and labour plus actual basis tender, it introduces the participants to framework for involvement of artisans and focuses on issues and difficulties in executing conservation projects and discusses methods to overcome these issues

Structural Conservation and Retrofit

 introduces the  participants to different strategies that are adapted for structurally stabilizing heritage buildings adopting an engineering approach. It helps familiarize them with internationally accepted guidelines for structural conservation and exposed them to State-of- the Art Structural Conservation Technologies through case studies from across the world.

 

Module  Directors

 

BHSC Cell ,2nd floor, CSMVS Museum Art Conservation Centre, CSMV Museum,

159-161 M.G.Road, Fort, Mumbai 400023.

Contact us

Tel : 902 956 3122 , 020-22 844 484

Fax : 022 -22 045 430

Email : coordinatorbhsc@gmail.com

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