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Bachelor of Planning

Intake:40

It is a 4-year bachelor’s course program which involves basic knowledge and training about professional planning. Through the course, the students are given theoretical and practical knowledge about planning, engineering and designing urban human settlements. The main motive of the course is to prepare students for using the available resource to develop a sustainable, functional and innovative environment plan.

Intake – 40 Students

Requirements:

Passed 10+2 examination with Physics and Mathematics as compulsory subjects along with one of the Chemistry/ Engineering Drawing/ Computer Science/ Biology/ Technical Vocational subjects.
Obtained at least 45% marks (40% marks in case of candidates belonging to reserved category) marks in the above subjects taken together.

Intake:

Shift Intake
2014-15 Batch 60
2015-16 Batch 60
2016-17 Batch 60
  • 1015501 – Fundamentals of Urban and Regional Planning
  • 1015502 – Fundamentals of Building
  • 1015503 – Materials and Principles of Constructio
  • 1015504 – Statistical and Quantitative Methods in Planning -1
  • 1015505 – Basic Architectural Design
  • 1015506 – Technical Report Writing and Research Methodology
  • 1015507 – Planning and Design Lab-1
  • 1025501 – Elements of Economics
  • 1025502 – Surveying and Photogrammetry
  • 1025503 – Specifications Estimation and Valuation
  • 1025504 – Statistical and Quantitative Methods in Planning -II
  • 1025505 – Evolution of Aesthetic Culture and Technology
  • 1025506 – Techniques of Planning -I
  • 1025507 – Planning and Design Lab -II – Graphics and Presentation Techniques
  • 1035501 – Planning Theory – I
  • 1035502 – Settlement Geography
  • 1035503 – Techniques of Planning – II
  • 1035504 – Computer Aided Drawing
  • 1035505 – Demography and Urbanization
  • 1035506 – Traffic and Transportation Planning – I
  • 1035507 – Planning and Design Lab -III – Neighbourhood and Site Planning
  • 1045501 – Planning Theory – II
  • 1045502 – Planning Practice -I
  • 1045503 – Traffic and Transportation Planning – II
  • 1045504 – Ecology and Environmental Management
  • 1045505 – Housing and Community Planning
  • 1045506 – Settlement Sociology
  • 1045507 – Planning and Design Lab-IV – Transportation Planning
  • 1055501 – Real Estate Planning and Management
  • 1055502 – Planning and Management of Utilities and Services
  • 1055503 – Planning Legislation
  • 1055504 – Landscape Planning and Design
  • 1055505 – Geo-Informatics for Planning
  • 1055506 – Sustainable Urban Development
  • 1055507 – Planning and Design Lab -V – Area Planning
  • 1065501 – Urban Management-I
  • 1065502 – Urban Renewal and Conservation
  • 1065503 – Project Formulation Appraisal and Management
  • 1065504 – Introduction to Urban Design
  • 1065505 – Planning and Management of Informal Sector
  • 1065506 – GIS for Planning
  • 1065507 – Planning and Design Lab -VI – Urban Development Plan
  • 1075501 – Introduction to Regional Planning
  • 1075502 – Urban and Rural Governance
  • 1075503 – Urban Finance
  • 1075504 – Environmental Impact Assessment
  • 1075505 – Rural Development and Management
  • 1075506 – Land Development
  • 1075507 – Disaster Risk Mitigation and Management
  • 1075508 – PPP in Infrastructure Development
  • 1075509 – Mass Transportation
  • 1075510 – Thesis Formulation
  • 1075511 – Metropolitan Planning Development and Management
  • 1075512 – Planning and Design Lab – VII – Reginal Planning
  • 1075513 – Training Review
  • 1085501 – Advanced Remote Sensing
  • 1085502 – GIS and Master Planning
  • 1085503 – Professional Practice and Ethics
  • 1085504 – Planning Thesis