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Architects Act, 1972

As amended upto date

1.Short title, extent and commencement
3.Constitution of Council of Architecture
4.President and Vice-President of Council
5.Mode of elections
6.Terms of office and casual vacancies
7.Validity of act or proceeding of Council, Executive Committee or other committees not to be invalidated by reason of vacancy, etc
9.Meetings of Council
10.Executive Committee and other committees
11.Fees and allowances to President, Vice-President and members
12.Officers and other employees
13.Finances of Council
14.Recognition of qualifications granted by authorities in India
15.Recognition of architectural qualifications granted by authorities in foreign countries
16.Power of Central Government to amend Schedule
17.Effect of recognition
18.Power to require information as to courses of study and examinations
19.Inspection of examinations
20.Withdrawal of recognition
21.Minimum standard of architectural education
22.Professional conduct
23.Preparation and maintenance of register
24.First preparation of register
25.Qualification for entry in register
26.Procedure for subsequent registration
27.Renewal fees
28.Entry of additional qualification
29.Removal from register
30.Procedure in inquiries relating to misconduct
31.Surrender of certificates
32.Restoration to register
33.Issue of duplicate certificates
34.Printing of register
35.Effect of registration
36.Penalty for falsely claiming to be registered
37.Prohibition against use of title
38.Failure to surrender certificate of registration
39.Cognizance of offences
40.Information to be furnished by Council and publication thereof
41.Protection of action taken in good faith
42.Members of Council and officers and employees to be public servants
43.Power to remove difficulties
44.Power of Central Government to make rules
45.Power of Council to make regulations



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