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The Indian Green Building Council (IGBC), part of the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) was formed in the year 2001. The vision of the council is, “To enable a sustainable built environment for all and facilitate India to be one of the global leaders in the sustainable built environment by 2025”.

Aayojan’s association with IGBC formalized in 2017.

Indian Society of Landscape Architects (ISOLA), a professional body of Landscape Architects, was established in May, 2003. It is registered under the Indian Society’s Act, 1860, (sec 21, registration number no. 9557) and Bombay Public Trust Act, 1950 (sec 29- registration no. A 9417).

The society has over 360 members from different states of the country and some from across the world. The society is at the forefront in creating a global awareness about the fast emerging profession of Landscape Architecture and promoting and enhancing the professional excellence among its members in India.

ISOLA is a member of the International Federation of Landscape Architects (IFLA).

The 1990s were a time for frenetic development in the building industry with large projects coming up all over the country. Leading business personalities and professionals, associated with building construction activities, such as architects, engineers, real estate owners, project managers as well as manufacturers, etc. all felt the need to form a national Plumbing Association to facilitate free flow of knowledge on plumbing designs, products, international technologies and installations.

Association of IPA with Aayojan School of Architecture started in Year 2016

The Nancy School of Architecture is the only architecture school in the Lorraine region. It is a place of education which developed tight relations with the different educational partners in the region. The school takes part in a concentrated and varied partnership network including the National Polytechnic Institute of Lorraine (INPL) and the University of Nancy. More broadly, the school is involved in international exchanges through the frame of Erasmus programs, international workshops or invitations to foreign teachers.

Aayojan school of architecture has long relation with Nancy school regarding the student exchange and different research projects.

Toulouse School of Architecture has chosen to become a reinforced associate member of the Federal University of Toulouse, which is one of the largest French universities (120,000 students, some twenty higher education and research institutions).
Beyond the international visibility it provides, this membership also reflects the school’s desire to make its specific assets part of the university landscape, to bring its research approach to the scientific community, to offer its students a variety of teaching paths and to give them and their teachers access to quality communal services: “welcome desk”, teacher training, documentary services, IT services, etc.

Aayojan is doing student exchange with Toulouse.