L.S.Raheja School of Architecture-Mumbai, Maharashtra


L.S. Raheja School of Architecture is one of the esteem pioneer institution imparting education in the field of Architecture. The parent trust “Bombay Suburban Art & Craft Education Society” started this elite professional course in 1953 under the recognition Director of Technical Education, Maharashtra State which was 5 years full-time course offering Government Diploma in Architecture, latter under the recognition of Council of Architecture (Constituted under the act of parliament 1973)

In 2007 the L. S. Raheja School of Architecture got affiliated to University of Mumbai and started non-aided 5 years full-time B. Arch Degree course in Architecture approved by Government of Maharashtra and recognized by Council of Architecture for the purpose of registration under Architect Act.

The institution has been progressing under the guidance of Management and able leadership of Ar. Arvind M. Khanolkar and young dynamic and dedicated full-time faculty who have been the main force behind the students. The students of L. S. Raheja School of Architecture have proved their not only existence but also top position among the institutions at all India level.

The students are given all guidance and encourage participating in events, competitions, sports and extracurricular activities. So as to make them perfect professional.

Courses Offered at L.S.Raheja School of Architecture:

  1. Bachelor of Architecture

Infrastructure / Facilities

The college believes in offering the best of the infrastructure equipped with the state of the art facilities for creating a healthy, cheerful and encouraging learning environment for the impending generation. The class rooms are equipped with Audio-Visual facilities for general lectures and at the same time to inculcate research habits in the students. The class rooms are also equipped with Wi-Fi internet service and each student is provided with an electrical outlet for their laptops and is allowed to use this facility 24 X 7.

Facilities offered to the students comprises of:

   Sufficient floor space of approximately 1500 sq.mts. for Academics.

   Independent facilities for every course.

   Large studios with modern drafting facility for an individual student.

   Overhead LCD projection facility in lecture halls and studios.

   Centrally Air Conditioned Seminar and Audio Visual room capacity of 140 seats.

   Air-conditioned Library with internet facility.

   Computer lab with 40 computers with the latest software.

   Wi-Fi zones for students’ usage

   Material Bureau

   Photography Lab

   Carpentry Workshop

   Common rooms for Boys and Girls.

   Centrally Air Conditioned Hall with a capacity of 350 seats.

   Public address system in each classroom and studios.

   Complete building is protected with Fire Fighting services.

   Professional Faculty and Coordinators for each class.

   Centrally Air Conditioned Hall with a capacity of 350 seats.


The LSR has its own library whose collection is growing at a high rate. It supports LSRs’ faculty members and students in enriching teaching, learning and research. It has an exclusive collection of more than 5000 books cover the subjects of Graphics, Construction, Design, Architectural theory, History, interiors, landscape, urban design, town planning, Interiors and Allied subjects of famous authors both from India and Abroad. It also subscribes various journals, magazines on Architecture and Interior Design and Decoration.

LSR has Library Committee which includes Principal, Head of the Department and subject expertise. Mr. Mandar Joshi, Senior Librarian; along with Mrs. Jagruti Sagvekar, Librarian; who along with subject teachers, books are purchased which are responsible for developing vision for LSR Library, its collection and for deepening the use of the library’s resources in teaching and research. Every year new magazines (National and International), Theory books are added more than worth Rs. 2 Lakhs. Students are allowed to refer the books in the library from 7.30 a.m. to 7.00 p.m. from Monday to Friday and 7.30 a.m. to 4.00p.m. on Sunday.