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IIA Elections, much ado about nothing?

June 30, 2015

Dear IIA,

Kudos to you about the strong follow up for the elections this time, even as there are too many mails telling everyone to put the profession first, or to get it right. Whatever. All the recent initiatives are progressive, but technology, however advanced, can’t repair the haemorrhage that some old brains have. Was it possible to find a way to communicate with people without waving everyone’s email addresses and cell numbers all over the place? Next time, find representation from all ‘kinds’ of architects, including the shy ones, the non-conforming ones, those who don’t own a smartphone yet, those who work for non profits, and some women… Panels, except for their stated views, are similar in appearance, and somehow don’t look like representing the diverse community of Indian Architects. But well, a good start is a good start.

With over 200 schools of Architecture popping up in recent times, some of them without a single real faculty, please help CoA in making good decisions about students’ future. And architects’.

Hoping for a good end result.

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