B.Arch, M.Arch(Architecture & Town planning)
Assistant Professor
School of Architecture Planning and Design
Department: NA
Phone: 8895602138

About Me

An ardent traveler, Sadhana Devi is a graduate in Architecture(B.Arch- 2012) from Piloo Mody College of Architecture, Cuttack. Her post graduation(M.Arch-2016) from College of Engineering and Technology, Bhubaneswar has imbibed in her a sense of responsibility towards the lower income groups of the society from the point of view of an architect. She is a GATE scholar. She has her training from Forte point India Pvt. Ltd., Gurgaon. Her industrial experience of 3 years in and around Bhubaneswar & Gurugram has extended her limits. Settled in Bhubaneswar, she looks forward to build a sensible bridge between the aspiring young minds and the pool of architecture. She wishes to pass on the fundamentals of the subject and explore more in the process She enjoys team work and taking out students on field trips promoting hands-on experience. Her participation in FDPs & TTPs has let her understand various other dimensions of academics. She has been teaching in Centurion University as Assistant professor since 01.03.2017.

She is the Managing editor to the quarterly architectural journal "Urban sketch". 

Her skills in debate, extempore,  and music has won her many accolades both in district & state levels. She is presently working on her research in the field of planning and architecture.

Research Fields

  • Settlement planning
  • Vernacular architecture & History of architecture


  • Architectural design
  • Working drawing
  • Principles of town planning
  • History of architecture
  • Urban design
  • Housing
  • Computer graphics
  • Village architecture
  • Theory of design


  • Town planning and Architectural design


  • Settlement planning
  • Vernacular architecture & History of architecture


Research Fields

The research aims at the resettlement of the fishermen of the coastal belt of Penthakata,Puri. The vulnerable condition of the region in frequent disasters and the illegal encroachment in CRZ needs to be identified. The real challenge lies in understanding the economical, physical, social and psychological attachment of the inhabitants to the place.