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Master in Planning

Intake:30

Master in Planning:

It is a 2-year Postgraduate program, this course of study includes in-depth knowledge in Fundamentals of Urban and Regional Planning, Fundamentals of Building Structures, Planning Theories, Housing and settlements, Real Estate Planning, Urbanization, Urban Development, and Urban Planning.

Intake – 30 Students

Eligibility criteria:

Passed B.Arch. or B.E.-Civil or B.Tech.-Civil or B.Plan. or M.A./M.Sc. with Geography or M.A. with Sociology/Social Science or M.A. with Economics having or equivalent degree Obtained at least 50 % marks (45 % in case of candidates belonging to reserved category) in the qualifying examination.

Intake:

Shift Intake
Master in Planning 30
  • 1130303101 – Planning History and Theory
  • 1130303102 – Socio-economic basis for Planning
  • 1130303103 – Planning Techniques
  • 1130303104 – Transportation Planning
  • 1130303105 – Housing
  • 1130303106 – Studio course
  • 1130303107 – Studio Assignments
  • 1130303201 – City and Metropolitan Planning
  • 1130303202 – Urban Infrastructure Planning
  • 1130303203 – Heritage Conservation
  • 1130303204 – Advanced Planning Techniques
  • 1130303205 – Elective Subjects
  • 1130303206 – Studio course – Geo-Informatics Laboratory Training
  • 1130303207 – Studio – Development Plan
  • 1130303301 – Urban Development and Project Management
  • 1130303302 – Legal Issues and Professional Practice
  • 1130303303 – Urban Governance and Finance
  • 1130303304 – Planning Legislation
  • 1130303305 – Elective Subjects
  • 1130303306 – Studio course – Geo-Informatics Laboratory Training
  • 1130303307 – Studio – Regional Planning
  • 1130303401 – Thesis