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DETAILS

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Duration of course 4 years

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seats 10 only

  • Professional planner plays a very critical role in shaping our environment – economically, environmentally, socially & culturally having significant impact on the factors that influence our lives.
  • Bachelor of Planning program has been designed to provide knowledge and skills required for planning in an increasingly complex and diverse world. Planners help decide the design and appearance of cities and towns as well as their services, facilities and communities.

DETAILS

Semester I  

Subject

  • Fundamentals of Urban and Regional Planning
  • Fundamentals of Building Structures
  • Materials and Principles of Construction
  • Statistical and Quantitative Methods in Planning – I
  • Technical Report Writing and Research Methodology
  • Basic Architectural Design

Practical

  • Planning and Design Lab – I (Graphics and Presentation Techniques)
Semester II  

Subject

  • Elements of Economics
  • Surveying and Photogrammetry
  • Specifications, Estimation and Valuation
  • Statistical and Quantitative Methods in Planning – II
  • Evolution of Aesthetics, Culture and Technology
  • Techniques of Planning – I
  • Applied Geology and Hydrology

Practical

  • Planning and Design Lab – II (Graphics and Presentation Techniques)
Semester III  

Subject

  • Planning Theory - I
  • Settlement Geography
  • Techniques of Planning – II
  • Computer Aided Design (CAD) in Planning
  • Demography and Urbanization
  • Traffic and Transportation Planning – I

Practical

  • Planning and Design Lab – III (Neighborhoods and Site Planning)
Semester IV  

Subject

  • Planning Theory – II
  • Planning Practice - I
  • Traffic and Transportation Planning – II
  • Ecology, Environment and Resource Development and Management
  • Housing and Community Planning
  • Settlement Sociology

Practical

  • Planning and Design Lab – IV (Transportation Planning)
Semester V  

Subject

  • Real Estate Planning and Management
  • Planning and Management of Utilities and Services
  • Planning Legislation
  • Landscape Planning and Design
  • Geo-Informatics for Planning
  • Sustainable Urban Development

Practical

  • Planning and Design Lab – V (Area Planning)
  • Training Seminar – I
Semester VI  

Subject

  • Urban Management - I
  • Urban Renewal and Conservation
  • Project Formulation, Appraisal and Management
  • Introduction to Urban Design
  • Planning and Management of Informal Sector
  • GIS for Planning

Practical

  • Planning and Design Lab – VI (Urban Development Plan)
Semester VII  

Subject

  • Introduction to Regional Planning
  • Urban Governance
  • Urban Finance
  • Disaster Risk Mitigation & Management
  • Metropolitan Planning, Development and Management

Elective(Choose any one)

  • Infrastructure Planning, Development and Management
  • Rural Development and Management
Semester VIII  

Subject

  • Urban Management - II
  • Planning Practice - II
  • Human Values in Planning
  • Planning Thesis

Elective(Choose any one)

  • Environmental Impact Assessment
  • PPP in Urban Environmental Services

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