SCHOOL OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY

YASHWANTRAO CHAVAN MAHARASHTRA OPEN UNIVERSITY
[ESTABLISHED BY THE GOVERNMENT OF MAHARASHTRA]

Proposed M.Arch. and M.Sc.
(Urban and Regional Planning)
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2008
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Content
Introduction ................................................................................................................................................................... 3
Proposed Financial Rules .................................................................................................................................................. 3
Honorarium to Study Centre Staff .................................................................................................................................. 3
Total Fee ..................................................................................................................................................................... 3
University Fee (UF) ...................................................................................................................................................... 3
Study Centre Fee (SCF) ................................................................................................................................................ 4
Course Registration Extension Fee (CREF) ....................................................................................................................... 5
Examination Fee (EF) ................................................................................................................................................... 5
Distribution of ELearning Resource ................................................................................................................................. 5
Library Deposit ............................................................................................................................................................ 5
Online Counseling ........................................................................................................................................................ 5
End Examination .......................................................................................................................................................... 6
Programme Structure Chart ............................................................................................................................................. 7
Semester 11 .................................................................................................................................................................. 8
A16111 ....................................................................................................................................................................... 8
A16112 ....................................................................................................................................................................... 9
A16113 ...................................................................................................................................................................... 10
A16114 ...................................................................................................................................................................... 11
A17114 ...................................................................................................................................................................... 12
A16115 ...................................................................................................................................................................... 13
Semester 12 ................................................................................................................................................................. 14
A16121 ...................................................................................................................................................................... 14
A16122 ...................................................................................................................................................................... 15
A16123 ...................................................................................................................................................................... 16
A16124 ...................................................................................................................................................................... 17
A17124 ...................................................................................................................................................................... 18
A16125 ...................................................................................................................................................................... 19
Semester 13 ................................................................................................................................................................. 20
A16131 ...................................................................................................................................................................... 20
A16132 ...................................................................................................................................................................... 21
A16133 ...................................................................................................................................................................... 22
A16134 ...................................................................................................................................................................... 23
A16135 ...................................................................................................................................................................... 24
Semester 14 ................................................................................................................................................................. 25
A16141 ...................................................................................................................................................................... 25
A16142 ...................................................................................................................................................................... 27
A16143 ...................................................................................................................................................................... 28
A16144 ...................................................................................................................................................................... 29
A16145 ...................................................................................................................................................................... 30

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Introduction
Admission to these programmes shall be given on each semester basis. Except for the rules mentioned below, all other
present rules for other M.Arch. programmes of this university shall be applicable to these programmes. Fees and deposit
shall be charged only for those courses, where student is admitted by the university but course exemption is not granted. Following
abbreviations are used below in the table:

Sem: Semester
UF: University Fee typically required for each credit point of all courses, where student is admitted but course exemption is not
granted. Payable to university along with ‘Admission Form’.
SCF: Study Center Fee typically required for each credit point of all courses, where student is admitted but course exemption
is not granted. Payable to allotted study center after admission confirmation by the university.
EF: Exam Fee typically required for each end exam attempt. Exam fee is specified for each credit point of the course, for which
student have applied for end exam on the exam form. Hence, actual exam fee amount may change, as per the number of
courses, selected by the student in the exam form. Payable to university along with ‘Exam Form’.
Total: Total Fees typically required for a single semester. May change as per variation in the exam fee.
LD: Library Deposit which is refundable without interest (indicated in bold) after return of books. Payment of the ‘Library
Deposit’ is optional for the student and it is required only when student wish to use books from library at the study center.
Payable to allotted study center after admission confirmation by the university.



SN Programme

Admission Eligibility

Certification Eligibility

Fees and Deposit
In INR

Actuarial Science Programmes (ASP)
14 M.Arch. (Urban and Regional Planning)

B.Arch.

Semester 11-14

15 M.Sc. (Urban and Regional Planning)
Semester 11-14

Min 45% in all 20 courses at UF
Sem 11-14
SCF
and
EF
Min 50% aggregate at
Total
Sem 13 and 14.
LD

B.E. or B.Tech.

Min 45% in all 20 courses at UF
Sem 11-14
or
SCF
and
M.A.
EF
(Geography or Sociology) Min 50% aggregate at
Total
Sem 13 and 14.
LD

360 / CP
1350 / CP
90 / CP
36,000 / Sem
200 / CP
360 / CP
1350 / CP
90 / CP
36,000 / Sem
200 / CP

Proposed Financial Rules
Honorarium to Study Centre Staff
SN

Designation

Honorarium Rates at Indian Study Center
(in INR)

Honorarium Rates at Foreign Study Center
(in US $)

Foreign study centers may vary honorarium
rates as per the local conditions prevailing in
their country. But, these honorarium rates must
be approved in advance by the university.
University shall publish these approved
honorarium rates on its official web site.

Administrative Staff
1

Study Centre Head

4,000/- for each Semester

2

Programme Coordinator

12,000/- for each Semester

3

Clerk

3,200/- for each Semester

4

Attendant

2,800/- for each Semester

Academic Staff
5

Counselor for Theory type
of Course

Rs 500/- for each hour of counseling session

7

Assistant for Studio or
Practical type of Course

Rs 300/- for each hour of counseling session

8

Counselor for Studio or
Project-Work type of
Course

Rs 500/- for each hour of counseling session

Foreign study centers may vary honorarium
rates as per the local conditions prevailing in
their country. But, these honorarium rates must
be approved in advance by the university.
University shall publish these approved
honorarium rates on its official web site.

Total Fee
Total Fee (TF) for each semester consists of 3 (Three) independent components:


University Fee (UF), Essential Component
Examination Fee (EF), Essential Component
Study Centre Fee (SCF) , Essential Component

University Fee (UF)
Each student has to pay UF, directly to the university, along with Admission form. UF covers following activities of the university:

Curricula development and study centre identification

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(Urban and Regional Planning) Page 4 . • Local Information and communication centre for students for the matter related to university and programme.600.00 160.00 30.00 150.00 10 Common University Services Fee (CUSF) 2.200.00 6 Continuous Assessment Fee (CAF) 700.00 80. (Urban and Regional Planning) SN UF Component Description 1 Advertisement and Publicity Fee (APF) 2 Admission Fee (AF) 300.700.000.00 720. scanner and photocopying utilities for following activities: o Admission o Online counseling and communication with the university and ‘Online Counselors’ through discussion forum on web.00 5.200.00 220. Retained by the study centre 1.00 5 Online Counseling Fee (OCF) 700.00 3 Expenditure by the Study Centre on Programme Advertisement and Publicity 1.00 7 Internet Charges for min 30 hours/semester 600. • Arrange at least once in each year (1) Seminar (2) Study Tour (3) Sports Event (4) Cultural Event (5) Guest Lecture by the leading practicing professional.00 11 Total University Fee (UF) for each Semester 7.• • • • • • • Programme advertisement and publicity by the university Student registration and SANWAD subscription Student Welfare and Services Learning material Development.00 70.00 120. for sending Admission and Exam forms to the University.00 8 • Online Admission • Online Counseling & communication • 2 (Two) practice Self-Tests • Identity Card and Exam Hall Ticket Total Study Center Fee (SCF) for each Semester 27.800.00 30.Sc.00 5.00 4 Student Welfare & Other Fee (SWOF) 85.00 • • • For Indian Student at ‘SC Within India’ in INR For Foreign Student or at ‘SCs Outside India’ in US$ 1.00 Study Centre Fee (SCF) Each student has to pay SCF directly to the respective study centre. As and when ready.00 Student Welfare Fee Disaster Management Fee Ashwamegh Fee 5.00 160.00 9 Common School Services Fee (CSSF) 800.Sc.00 30. This also includes access to printer.00 10. water & electricity etc. Repair & Misc.00 240.000. These events may be common for regular programme students and YCMOU students.00 1 Honorarium to Administrative Staff at the study centre 2 Honorarium to Academic Staff at the study centre 18.00 2. studio facilities • Provide required studio consumable.Arch.00 7 Study Center Management Fee (SCMF) 300.00 60. (Urban and Regional Planning) SN SCF Component Description For Indian Student at ‘SC Within India’ in INR For Foreign Student or at ‘SCs Outside India’ in US$ 2200. • Payment of Internet Charges.400. Some of the learning material may be delivered only through Internet.00 8 Web Site Fee (WF) 300.00 M.Arch.00 6 Depreciation. maintenance and repair of studio set-up • Provide quality educational services from motivated. and M. Retained by the study centre 1.00 5 Studio Fee. talented and qualified academic staff Break-up of the total “Study Centre Fee” for each AEP Semester is as follows: For M.500. Online Counseling and Continuous Assessment Study centre management for minimum specified academic activities Web site Support and Common miscellaneous services Break-up of the total “University Fee” for each semester is given the following table: For M. and M.00 100. Retained by the study centre 1. learning material will be available at an extra cost for students and study center. o Online Self-Test Center o Identity Card and Exam Hall Ticket generation • Conduct of minimum specified number of counseling sessions for each course.00 10. • Provide charges for Depreciation. during first contact session after the university confirms his/her admission.00 4 Library Fee.600. Fee. so as to reach before the specified last day. for providing total 100 hours free graphic access in each semester to each student for Internet or Email.Arch. Maintenance. SCF covers following activities and expenses of the study centre: • Payment of honorarium to all academic and administrative staff members • Organizing local Programme Advertisement and Publicity • Payment of TA/DA to the study centre staff or charges for 'Speed Post with AD'.00 1880. • Provide required infrastructure.00 70.00 3 Sanvad Subscription Fee (SSF) 100.

study centre shall collect interest free but refundable “Library Deposit (LD)” as per the following details: SN Description For Indian Student at ‘SC Within India’ in INR For Foreign Student or at ‘SCs Outside India’ in US$ 1 “Library Deposit (LD)” for AEP or MEEP or SNS or SBT. In addition to the regular salary. This learning resource shall be free for all.00 Learning Resource Distribution Charges (LRDC) includes the following costs:  CD/DVD Media Cost   Copying Charges Packaging and forwarding charge  Postage charge Library Deposit It is proposed that all students should separately purchase at an extra cost all the specified textbooks.00 Examination Fee (EF) Each student has to pay EF.00 150. Although intellectual copy rights for the learning resource shall remain with the author. Before issuing a textbook or workbook through Library.000.Arch. directly to the university.00 per semester Online Counseling The honorarium of ‘Online Counseling’ for ‘a course in a semester’ is Rs 10.00 per semester 400.00 20. university will not be authorized to sell this learning resource. M. Hence. But. but after payment of the above honorarium. Thus. along with ‘Examination Form’ for each attempt for an end examination of each course. Study centre Fee (SCF) or Library Deposit (LD) for that course.Sc. as per the following details: For M. he/she shall be reimbursed with the fixed amount of Rs 10. and M.000/.(Rs Ten Thousand only) for ‘a course in a semester’. Studio or Project-Work Course 600. The honorarium paid to the “Online Counselor” shall be exclusive of the cost incurred towards the usage of his/her computer system. (Urban and Regional Planning) SN End Exam Fee (EF) for each attempt for end exam of For Indian Student at ‘SC Within India’ in INR For Foreign Student or at ‘SCs Outside India’ in US$ 1 Each Theory Course 200.00 2 Each Practical. phone and Internet account. Extended registration period shall be valid for additional 1½ years.000/.Sc.00 60.00 For M.Arch. Completion of the assigned academic task of development of specified learning resource for the assigned credit point in a semester shall be essential for payment of honorarium. Each study center shall issue textbooks (as per the rules prescribed by the university) to each enrolled student for study at his residence place. (Urban and Regional Planning) 1500. against these expenses. But to distribute it on CD/DVD by normal postal system. honorarium for ‘Online Counseling’ is payable.Arch.00 Distribution of ELearning Resource For few selected courses school has developed elearning resource. then she/he shall be required to extend registration period of that course (which shall be extended only if it is still offered by the university) by paying separate ‘Course Registration Extension Fee (CREF)’. university shall not be responsible for availability of learning material to each student. School also plans to develop elearning material in the phase manner for all courses.00 20.00 150. Only during valid registration period. “Learning Resource Distribution Charges (LRDC)” will be charged as per the following details: SN Description For Indian Student at ‘SC Within India’ in INR For Foreign Student or at ‘SCs Outside India’ in US$ 1 Learning Resource Distribution Charges (LRDC) 200. student is allowed to appear for maximum 3 (Three) times in End Exam. in addition to the honorarium. Student is not required to pay University Fee (UF).Course Registration Extension Fee (CREF) If a student cannot successfully complete the course within maximum 3 attempts for End Exams within the valid registration period of 1½ years. SN Description For Indian Student at ‘SC Within India’ in INR For Foreign Student or at ‘SCs Outside India’ in US$ 1 2 For M. SBI. The ‘Course Registration Extension Fee (CREF)’ is as follows for each programme. SGS or BTP 4. But.(Rs Ten Thousand only). (Urban and Regional Planning) 1500. (Urban and Regional Planning) Page 5 . university shall have unrestricted usage rights for these learning resource on any publishing media for their own registered students. student can refer reference books only at the library. even to the full time employed academic staff members of the university.

for the EE of all theory course 900/.per Question Paper (B) Staff for end exam for all theory courses 1 Examination Centre Head 100/. Paper Setters 1 Item (Question) Writer 50. Internal Supervisor 200/.(Rs Three Hundred only) for complete end examination of only theory courses. Minimum Rs 20 (D) Factotum and other Misc Charges 1 to Exam Centre.00 per item of any type 3 Item Editor (Language) 10.per Day 2 Sr.per student.per session 6 Peon / Water-man 50/.per Day Additional honorarium for pre and post examination work is paid only to following examination staff members at Rs 300/.per Question Paper 8 Content Editing (certifying the content accuracy) of ‘Question Paper along with synoptic model answers and marking scheme’ 200/.Arch.per student.per Day 7 Bell-man / Attendant 50/. for the EE of all Studio or Project-Work course 1800/. Minimum Rs 50 5 Laboratory Attendant / Studio Attendant 5/. Practical or Project-Work courses 1 Examination Centre Head 100/. even to the full time employed academic staff members of the university.per EE 2 to Exam Centre. M.per Day 2 External Examiner 75/. answers and marking scheme’) synoptic model 500/. (Urban and Regional Planning) Page 6 .per EE (E) Staff for Central Assessment Programme 1 Moderator 32/.per Day 8 Watchman 35/.per student.per Day (C) Staff for end exam of only Studio.per Ans sheet 2 Examiner 30/. In addition to the regular salary.00 per item of any type 5 Theory Paper Setter (without ‘QB’ but with ‘synoptic model answers and marking scheme’) 1.00 per item of any type 2 Item Editor (Content) 25.per session 5 Assistant to Sr. for actual Exam Work (A) Item Writers. Minimum Rs 250 3 Internal Examiner 75/.per student.per Ans sheet 3 CAP Director 750/. synoptic model answers and marking scheme’) 900/. • • Senior External Supervisor Senior Internal Supervisor • Assistant to Senior Supervisors But no such additional honorarium is paid to any examination staff for end examination of studio or projects work courses.per Question Paper 6 Theory Paper Setter (without ‘QB. Minimum Rs 250 4 Lab Assistant 15/. Sup’s 150/.per Question Paper 7 Theory Paper Setter (Development of ‘synoptic model answers and marking scheme’ for already set question paper without ‘QB.per session 4 Junior Supervisor 100/. External Supervisor 200/.per session 3 Sr.End Examination SN Post / Description Honorarium Rates in Rs. honorarium for ‘End Examination’ (as given in the above table) is payable.400/.

analysis and presentation for small / medium town A16125: Studio – II Formulation of comprehensive development plan for a medium town A16135: Studio – III Focus on Regional planning: understand the fringe areas and comprehensive urban and rural planning A16145: Dissertation Stage III Page 7 .Arch.II A16124: Real Estate Management Strategies A17124: Urban renewal and conservation 13 20 CPs 14 20 CPs A16131: Socio-Economics .Programme Structure Chart Sem 11 20 CPs Course 1 Course 2 Course 3 Course 4 Course 5 Theory Theory Theory Studio Studio A16113: Socio-Economics . (Urban and Regional Planning) Focus on Data Collection.I A16115: Studio – I A16111: A16112: Environmental Evolution and History of Science and Sustainable Planning Development A16114: Natural Resource Management A17114: Rural Development 12 20 CPs A16121: Infrastructure Planning and Management A16122: Regional Planning and GIS / remote sensing techniques A16123: Transportation Planning Elective . surveys.I Elective .II A16141: Urban Governance and legal issues A16132: Land Management and Real Estate Strategies A16133: Housing : Planning and Management A16134: Dissertation Stage I A16142: Environment Management EIA and Disaster management A16143: Professional Practice and planning administration A16144: Dissertation Stage II M.

05 Garden City and Regional Perspective. 01-10 2 Concern for urban poverty 1st CP Block 3 Post-war Developments in Britain.Semester 11 A16111 1. Learning Material Book Code Title. Prerequisites and Objectives Course Prerequisites:  Books  Notes  Published Papers on the subject Course Objectives: After successful completion of this course. 3. during the semester. 1 SAQ & 1 LAQ (in End Exam) and 5 MCQs (in Self-Test) will be asked on these units. Year Order It Here Text Books Reference Books Web Learning Resource Useful Resource available for Free at: • • M. Basic Information Sem Course Code 1 A16111 Course Name Evolution and History of Planning CP CST SST Marks 4 40 120 100 Cat Type TH 2. 06 Concept of the information sector.Arch. 1 SAQ & 1 LAQ (in End Exam) and 5 MCQs (in Self-Test) will be asked on these units. (Urban and Regional Planning) Page 8 . 02 Concern for urban poverty. Syllabus UN Detailed Syllabus of the Unit 01 The Post-industrial City. Units UN Name of Unit CST 1 The Post-industrial City. student will be able to: • have a theoretical understanding of development issues of planning and theoretical basis for planning interventions Studio: Students are expected to complete sufficient number of projects related to this course. America and India. Price. America and India 11-20 4 Advocacy Planning and NGOs in Planning 2nd CP Block 5 Garden City and Regional Perspective 21-30 6 Concept of the information sector 3rd CP Block 7 Planning prerequisites and lessons from history 31-40 4th CP Block LAQs SAQs MCQs 1 SAQ & 1 LAQ (in End Exam) and 5 MCQs (in Self-Test) will be asked on these units. 03 Post-war Developments in Britain. 07 Planning prerequisites and look at learning to be derived from historic planning examples 5. Author. 04 Advocacy Planning and NGOs in Planning. 1 SAQ & 1 LAQ (in End Exam) and 5 MCQs (in Self-Test) will be asked on these units. ISBN of Original Edition Details of Chapters and Sections Included in Syllabus Edition Publisher. 4. with regular critical remarks and assessment from the counselor and peer students.

3. Water needs shortage. forest cover and biodiversity. agricultural land. Units UN Name of Unit 1 CST Environmental Science 01-10 1st CP Block 2 Ecology 11-20 2nd CP Block 3 Environment Friendly Material 21-30 4 Sustainable development and Economics 3rd CP Block 5 Soil forest and living resources 31-40 6 Water as precious resource 4th CP Block LAQs SAQs MCQs 1 SAQ & 1 LAQ (in End Exam) and 5 MCQs (in Self-Test) will be asked on these units. structure. energy. domestic. limiting factor and tolerance levels. problems of intensive cultivation production. ISBN of Original Edition Details of Chapters and Sections Included in Syllabus Edition Publisher. environmental cycles.Arch. form and components of environment. student will be able to: • Provide understanding of the environment. (Urban and Regional Planning) Page 9 . ecological transformation / succession. evolution of ecosystems. population study – natural Controls Ecological balance 3 Environment friendly materials and their use in design and planning. during the semester. erosion. soil conservation. natural cleaning processes 2 Ecology and ecosystem. with regular critical remarks and assessment from the counselor and peer students. • Sustainable development: The students will be imbibed with the idea of development without harming the nature and concerned for the future generations to come. 4. soil types. 1 SAQ & 1 LAQ (in End Exam) and 5 MCQs (in Self-Test) will be asked on these units. reuse concept. waste land. industrial. Year Order It Here Text Books Reference Books Web Learning Resource Useful Resource available for Free at: • M. Basic Information Sem Course Code 1 A16112 Course Name Environmental Science and Sustainable Development CP CST SST Marks 4 40 120 100 Cat Type TH 2. importance. Learning Material Book Code Title. 1 SAQ & 1 LAQ (in End Exam) and 5 MCQs (in Self-Test) will be asked on these units. optimal utilization. Author. agricultural. The students will be taught to work along with nature and not against the nature and introduced to several natural design aspects which could be incorporated in our planning and development. 1 SAQ & 1 LAQ (in End Exam) and 5 MCQs (in Self-Test) will be asked on these units. Syllabus UN Detailed Syllabus of the Unit 1 Environmental Science. • Economics: To provide basic understanding of the subject and it’s relevance to designing planning and issues in development. carrying capacity and limits 5 Soil forest and living resources: Forest types. care for future generation. Studio: Students are expected to complete sufficient number of projects related to this course. land use pattern 6 Water as precious resource: Types of water and water uses (categories). water harvesting. degradation. interaction and interdependence. water shades. water conservation. floods and primary production. Basic concepts of environment. reduce recycle. recreation etc. properties. embedded energy 4 Sustainable development. water recycling.A16112 1. 5. management. Water management. types of materials. conservation measures. Price. description and types of ecosystems. Prerequisites and Objectives Course Prerequisites:    Course Objectives: After successful completion of this course.

Studio: Students are expected to complete sufficient number of projects related to this course. Planning need. 1 SAQ & 1 LAQ (in End Exam) and 5 MCQs (in Self-Test) will be asked on these units. backwardness. Social Group. student will be able to:    • Understand various social issues and problems in the contemporary Indian society. 1 SAQ & 1 LAQ (in End Exam) and 5 MCQs (in Self-Test) will be asked on these units. Presentation and interpretation of data. Types of research. Economic uplift. Culture and Sociological Theories of Urbanization. Basic Information Sem Course Code 1 A16113 Course Name Socio-Economics . 3 Human Aspects of Urban Form. Revenue. ISBN of Original Edition Details of Chapters and Sections Included in Syllabus Edition Publisher. with regular critical remarks and assessment from the counselor and peer students. frequency Statistical tests. Theory of production. Cost benefit ratio. Community.A16113 1. Design of experiment. Year Order It Here Text Books Reference Books Web Learning Resource Useful Resource available for Free at: • • M. Theory of Demand & supply. 2 Sociology and its relation to planning: Sociological theories and concepts . Urban conflict. 4 Elements of Urban Social Life. Price. Chandigarh 5 Economics: Introduction. Author. Poverty alleviation. Research Problem 5. Good ecology is good economics. concepts. Case studies of places like New Bombay.I CP CST SST Marks 4 40 120 100 Cat Type TH 2. National income estimate. particularly the Urban India. 1 SAQ & 1 LAQ (in End Exam) and 5 MCQs (in Self-Test) will be asked on these units. Units UN Name of Unit CST 1 Sociological Theories and Concepts 01-10 2 Social science. urban social movements and urban Politics. estimate. during the semester. Costs types. Research Methods.Society. Learning Material Book Code Title. issues and five year plans. Definition & scope of economics in Urban Planning. 4. Sociology and its relation to planning 1st CP Block 3 Ethnicities in urban Society 11-20 4 Elements of Urban Social Life 2nd CP Block 5 Economics 21-30 3rd CP Block 6 Statistical research methods 31-40 4th CP Block LAQs SAQs MCQs 1 SAQ & 1 LAQ (in End Exam) and 5 MCQs (in Self-Test) will be asked on these units. cost payback. (Urban and Regional Planning) Page 10 . Environmental Valuation 6 Statistics: Descriptive statistics. Environmental cost. 3. This part covers basic sociological concepts. Regional planning macro and micro economics. theories and its application in the field of planning and development. Distribution. Budget estimate.Arch. Syllabus UN Detailed Syllabus of the Unit 1 Introduction to Sociology and social science. Prerequisites and Objectives Course Prerequisites: Course Objectives: After successful completion of this course.

The limitations of the resources. origin. Biomass. 2 Renewable resources: Solar energy – photosynthesis. Price. efficiency. Prerequisites and Objectives Course Prerequisites:    Course Objectives: After successful completion of this course.Arch. Learning Material Book Code Title. Non-renewable. (Urban and Regional Planning) Page 11 .A16114 1. Calculations & significance 4 Community Based Management (CBRM). fuels. world). during the semester. fossil fuels. Year Order It Here Text Books Reference Books Web Learning Resource Useful Resource available for Free at: • • M. water. Water – sources. forest. composting as tenual mechanism. problems. Author. during the semester. Energy. availability. Recycling – solids. Syllabus UN Detailed Syllabus of the Unit 1 Natural resources: Renewable. Watershed development scheme. Description. conservation soil sand. student will be able to: • Introduced to types of resources available on earth their distribution and utilization. with regular critical remarks and assessment from the counselor and peer students. Consumerism and disparity between pre capita consumption. consumption. Renewable resources and their role in sustainable development. ISBN of Original Edition Details of Chapters and Sections Included in Syllabus Edition Publisher. 5. 3. utilization. difference between need and greed. Tidal energy. stone. with regular critical remarks and assessment from the counselor and peer students. Community Participation. 4th CP Block 4. Per capita consumption Individual resources: Minerals – metals. Wind energy. arability. Sources availability (India. 3 Carrying capacity: Meaning. Common property resource management. Studio: Students are expected to complete sufficient number of projects related to this course. Basic Information Sem Course Code 1 A16114 Course Name Natural Resource Management CP CST SST Marks 4 80 80 100 Cat Type TH 2. Units UN Name of Unit 1 CST Natural resources 1st CP Block 2 Renewable resources 21-40 2nd CP Block 3 Carrying capacity: 41-60 3rd CP Block 4 LAQs SAQs MCQs 01-20 Community Based Management (CBRM) 61-80 Students are expected to complete sufficient number of projects related to this course. External and internal experts will jointly evaluate these projects for 100 marks with viva after presentation by the student for about 5-7 minutes.

Units UN Name of Unit 1 CST Introduction to Rural Development 1st CP Block 2 Rural Society and Economy 21-40 2nd CP Block 3 Inequality and Stratification 41-60 3rd CP Block 4 LAQs SAQs MCQs 01-20 Rural Social Change 61-80 Students are expected to complete sufficient number of projects related to this course. Community Development and Panchayti Raj. 3 Inequality and Stratification: Social Stratification Changes and Modernization. Tenancy Reforms and Operation Barga. 5. during the semester. Milk Co-operative in India. Author. Studio: Students are expected to complete sufficient number of projects related to this course. External and internal experts will jointly evaluate these projects for 100 marks with viva after presentation by the student for about 5-7 minutes.A17114 1. with regular critical remarks and assessment from the counselor and peer students. Indian Village from the Pre-British Period to 1947. is deeply felt. Anti-poverty Programmes and Their Performances. A considerable amount of resources continue to be invested in rural development. Learning Material Book Code Title. Year Order It Here Text Books Reference Books Web Learning Resource Useful Resource available for Free at: • • M. 2 Rural Society and Economy: Agriculture Under Five Year Plans. (Urban and Regional Planning) Page 12 . Land Reforms in India : Need and Scope of Reforms. 3. during the semester. ISBN of Original Edition Details of Chapters and Sections Included in Syllabus Edition Publisher. student will be able to: • Have more sensitivity towards the rural development issues and the possible methods to mitigate the problems that arise in the Indian context. 4th CP Block 4. Area Development and Target Group Based Development 4 Rural Social Change: Rural Poverty and Poverty Studies. Nongovernment Experimentation of Rural Development. Basic Information Sem Course Code 1 A17114 Course Name Rural Development CP CST SST Marks 4 80 80 100 Cat Type TH 2. The need for greater understanding into the rural dynamics. this course assumes importance. which is vastly different from the urban. Price. with regular critical remarks and assessment from the counselor and peer students. Syllabus UN Detailed Syllabus of the Unit 1 Introduction to Rural Development: Rural Situation in India. With majority of the Indian population still living in rural India. Marketable Surplus and Cropping Pattern. Prerequisites and Objectives Course Prerequisites:    Course Objectives: After successful completion of this course. Rural Credit.Arch.

Author. Comprehend the data and draw inferences to understand the overall character of the town studied. Learning Material Book Code Title. 3. (Urban and Regional Planning) Page 13 . Collect data by doing secondary surveys also and present the same. Case studies of major Urban Planning projects both national international should be taken by the students. Collect data by primary surveys analyze document and present the data collected.A16115 1. ISBN of Original Edition Details of Chapters and Sections Included in Syllabus Edition Publisher. Study a small/medium town. Study and documentation of various urban areas thus giving an in depth knowledge of the dynamics of Urban entities and their complexities. 5. The course shall cover wide ranging issues in Urban Planning including all the four Streams that is housing.Arch. landscaping. Seminar: The seminar will evolve interaction with practicing urbanite with discussions on cases of urban intervention about the success and failure of the projects. Price. Prerequisites and Objectives Course Prerequisites: Course Objectives: After successful completion of this course. Units UN Name of Unit 1 CST Collection Of Data 1st CP Block 2 Survey techniques 21-40 2nd CP Block 3 Analysis of Data 41-60 3rd CP Block 4 LAQs SAQs MCQs 01-20 Documentation and data presentation 61-80 Students are expected to complete sufficient number of projects related to this course. Seminar specific emphasis will be given be given to topics of urban sociology and urban economics and Transportation. 2. transportation and conservative socio. Year Order It Here Text Books Reference Books Web Learning Resource Useful Resource available for Free at: • • M. Basic Information Sem Course Code 1 A16115 Course Name Studio – I CP CST SST Marks 4 80 80 100 Cat Type TH 2. Preferences can be given to regional cases within the international context. during the semester. during the semester.Economic aspects of urban phenomena will be thoroughly examined within this course thus Covering the requirement of urban sociology and urban economics. Syllabus UN Detailed Syllabus of the Unit 1 Two Projects are expected in this studio course: 2 3 4 1. with regular critical remarks and assessment from the counselor and peer students. student will be able to:    • Studio: Students are expected to complete sufficient number of projects related to this course. with regular critical remarks and assessment from the counselor and peer students. 4th CP Block 4. External and internal experts will jointly evaluate these projects for 100 marks with viva after presentation by the student for about 5-7 minutes.

Semester 12 A16121 1. 1 SAQ & 1 LAQ (in End Exam) and 5 MCQs (in Self-Test) will be asked on these units. Markets. Prerequisites and Objectives Course Prerequisites: Course Objectives: After successful completion of this course. Syllabus UN Detailed Syllabus of the Unit 1 Introduction . Water Supply System. Treatment of water. Water Losses and Un-accounted for Water. (Urban and Regional Planning) Page 14 . Emerging options. Basic planning and design riteria. 4. Low cost treatment. Communication. with regular critical remarks and assessment from the counselor and peer students. Private participation. Pricing policies. Recreation. Security. Education. Water Balance. 1 SAQ & 1 LAQ (in End Exam) and 5 MCQs (in Self-Test) will be asked on these units. Water quality. Re-use and recycling of waste water. Storage of Water. Treatment of waste water (conventional).Arch. • Details of management of the infrastructure elements Studio: Students are expected to complete sufficient number of projects related to this course. 4 Civic Amenities. Health care. Community halls. Planning and Design criteria for Distribution. Block Cost Estimation of water Supply Scheme.Infrastructure development planning: financing issues and emerging options. Price. Units UN Name of Unit 1 CST Introduction-Infrastructure development planning 01-10 1st CP Block 2 Water Supply 11-20 2nd CP Block 3 Drainage and Sanitation 21-30 3rd CP Block 4 Civic Amenities 31-40 4th CP Block LAQs SAQs MCQs 1 SAQ & 1 LAQ (in End Exam) and 5 MCQs (in Self-Test) will be asked on these units. Demand. Roads. etc. norms. Learning Material Book Code Title. Rain Water Harvesting concept. 1 SAQ & 1 LAQ (in End Exam) and 5 MCQs (in Self-Test) will be asked on these units. Per capita water supply. student will be able to state:    • Details about infrastructure requirements of an urban society. 2 Water Supply: Water Cycle and Water Resources. 3. norm. 3 Drainage and Sanitation. Year Order It Here Text Books Reference Books Web Learning Resource Useful Resource available for Free at: • • M. ISBN of Original Edition Details of Chapters and Sections Included in Syllabus Edition Publisher. gap and issues. Watershed Management. land based treatment methods. (Fire station) 5. Role of micro-level water management committees. Safety. Author. during the semester. Basic Information Sem Course Code 1 A16121 Course Name Infrastructure Planning and Management CP CST SST Marks 4 40 120 100 Cat Type TH 2.

5. 3. Price. Agriculture in India 4 GIS and Remote sensing Methods: various uses of the same. and learn the practice of regional planning in the Indian context. Learning Material Book Code Title. with regular critical remarks and assessment from the counselor and peer students. 1 SAQ & 1 LAQ (in End Exam) and 5 MCQs (in Self-Test) will be asked on these units. (Urban and Regional Planning) Page 15 . student will be able to understand: • The theoretical basis for various concepts and analytical tools borrowed from social science and regional science. source and method of usage of these programs. 11-20 2nd CP Block 3 Industrialization and industrial development 21-30 3rd CP Block 4 GIS and Remote sensing 31-40 4th CP Block LAQs SAQs MCQs 1 SAQ & 1 LAQ (in End Exam) and 5 MCQs (in Self-Test) will be asked on these units. Syllabus UN Detailed Syllabus of the Unit 1 Introduction: Definition. Units UN Name of Unit 1 CST Definition. during the semester. Author. scope and content of Regional Planning 01-10 1st CP Block 2 Methods and purpose of regionalization.A16122 1. ISBN of Original Edition Details of Chapters and Sections Included in Syllabus Edition Publisher. 2 Methods and purpose of regionalization: Concept of regional growth processes Spatial growth Process Spatial theory and market areas inter-regional and regional accounting methods 3 Industrialization and industrial development: Policy in India.    Studio: Students are expected to complete sufficient number of projects related to this course. Prerequisites and Objectives Course Prerequisites: Course Objectives: After successful completion of this course. Year Order It Here Text Books Reference Books Web Learning Resource Useful Resource available for Free at: • • M. 1 SAQ & 1 LAQ (in End Exam) and 5 MCQs (in Self-Test) will be asked on these units.Arch. 1 SAQ & 1 LAQ (in End Exam) and 5 MCQs (in Self-Test) will be asked on these units. scope and content of Regional Planning. 4. Basic Information Sem Course Code 1 A16122 Course Name Regional Planning and GIS / Remote Sensing Techniques CP CST SST Marks 4 40 120 100 Cat Type TH 2.

Travel Demand Analysis (overview). aggregation and other issues. Author. (Urban and Regional Planning) Page 16 . Syllabus UN Detailed Syllabus of the Unit 1 Introduction – Terminologies and concepts System Characteristics and Classification.Arch. Framework for Evaluation of System Options/plan preparation. 1 SAQ & 1 LAQ (in End Exam) and 5 MCQs (in Self-Test) will be asked on these units. Designing O-D 31-40 5 Models of traffic 4th CP Block LAQs SAQs MCQs 1 SAQ & 1 LAQ (in End Exam) and 5 MCQs (in Self-Test) will be asked on these units. 2 Defining Transportation problems and options. Trip Assignment Model Choices. 5 Introduction to TRIPS. methods of traffic estimations.A16123 1. Split Models. 4. student will be able to understand:    • Understand the traffic requirements. 4 Data Requirements. Approaches to traffic and transportation planning. Trip Generation models. Units UN Name of Unit 1 CST Introduction – Terminologies and concepts 01-10 1st CP Block 2 Transportation problems and options 11-20 2nd CP Block 3 Transportation polices and Programmes 21-30 3rd CP Block 4 Data Requirements. Year Order It Here Text Books Reference Books Web Learning Resource Useful Resource available for Free at: • • M. during the semester. Learning Material Book Code Title. Application using TRIPS. Price. 5. Studio: Students are expected to complete sufficient number of projects related to this course. 1 SAQ & 1 LAQ (in End Exam) and 5 MCQs (in Self-Test) will be asked on these units. 3 Transportation polices and Programmes. with regular critical remarks and assessment from the counselor and peer students. ISBN of Original Edition Details of Chapters and Sections Included in Syllabus Edition Publisher. Designing O-D & other Traffic & Transportation surveys. Study Models. Developing Transport Plans/Options. Prerequisites and Objectives Course Prerequisites: Course Objectives: After successful completion of this course. Basic Information Sem Course Code 1 A16123 Course Name Transportation Planning CP CST SST Marks 4 40 120 100 Cat Type TH 2. 3. 1 SAQ & 1 LAQ (in End Exam) and 5 MCQs (in Self-Test) will be asked on these units. various measures of traffic management.

with regular critical remarks and assessment from the counselor and peer students. Industrialization and Policies. Issues. 3. Syllabus UN Detailed Syllabus of the Unit 1 Planning in India – Need. 5 Case studies. Study of relevant urban development laws and Acts. Basic Information Sem Course Code 1 A16124 Course Name Real Estate management Strategies CP CST SST Marks 4 80 80 100 Cat Type TH 2. Learning Material Book Code Title. 61-80 5 Case studies 4th CP Block Students are expected to complete sufficient number of projects related to this course.Arch. during the semester. during the semester. Liberalization. 4. with regular critical remarks and assessment from the counselor and peer students. Models.A16124 1. Author. Public private partnership in real estate development and management 4 Urbanization. (Urban and Regional Planning) Page 17 . ISBN of Original Edition Details of Chapters and Sections Included in Syllabus Edition Publisher. Five Year Plans. Year Order It Here Text Books Reference Books Web Learning Resource Useful Resource available for Free at: • • M. especially with land management. Prerequisites and Objectives Course Prerequisites: Course Objectives: After successful completion of this course. External and internal experts will jointly evaluate these projects for 100 marks with viva after presentation by the student for about 5-7 minutes. Land management 21-40 2nd CP Block 3 LAQs SAQs MCQs 01-20 Financial implications Of real estate & public private partnership 41-60 3rd CP Block 4 Study of relevant urban development laws and Acts. Price. student will be able to understand:    • basics of the subject matter and its relevance in ‘planning’. 3 Various financial institutions involved in the business of real estate. Studio: Students are expected to complete sufficient number of projects related to this course. Structural Adjustments in Indian Economy 2 Study various agencies involved with real estate. Units UN Name of Unit 1 CST Planning in India and paradigm shift 1st CP Block 2 Real estate and various players. with respect to various cities / regions 5.

applicability and observance of laws. Price. student will be able to understand: • The views of multidisciplinary the government environment • The government laws. de-congestion. 2 Traditional Built forms in concurrence with the climate. Syllabus UN Detailed Syllabus of the Unit 1 Human habitation in historic context.A17124 1. 5 Case studies both Indian and western in conservation and urban renewal. Prerequisites and Objectives Course Prerequisites:    Course Objectives: After successful completion of this course. 4. 3. ISBN of Original Edition Details of Chapters and Sections Included in Syllabus Edition Publisher. Brief description of process and policy regarding conservation. culture and political influence in the era.Arch. Basic Information Sem Course Code 1 A17124 Course Name CP CST SST Marks 4 80 80 100 Urban Renewal and Conservation Cat Type TH 2. Units UN Name of Unit 1 CST Human habitation in historic context 1st CP Block 2 Traditional built forms 21-40 2nd CP Block 3 LAQs SAQs MCQs 01-20 Concept of regeneration and redevelopment leading to renewal 41-60 3rd CP Block 4 Heritage management and conservation. during the semester. with regular critical remarks and assessment from the counselor and peer students. Learning Material Book Code Title. socio-economics. 61-80 5 Case studies 4th CP Block Students are expected to complete sufficient number of projects related to this course. 5. policies and regulations. (Urban and Regional Planning) Page 18 . Author. 3 Need for renewal. Study the various models of regeneration. that is Studio: Students are expected to complete sufficient number of projects related to this course. during the semester. Various policies and laws governing regeneration of Urban areas. Study various examples from history from India and western civilization. • The relevance. Benefits of urban renewal. 4 Role of public and private agencies in urban renewal schemes. Year Order It Here Text Books Reference Books Web Learning Resource Useful Resource available for Free at: • • M. with regular critical remarks and assessment from the counselor and peer students. which have been sustainable. External and internal experts will jointly evaluate these projects for 100 marks with viva after presentation by the student for about 5-7 minutes. technology. role of NGOs and advisaries/experts in conservation of built heritage.

ISBN of Original Edition Details of Chapters and Sections Included in Syllabus Edition Publisher. Learning Material Book Code Title. landscaping. Case studies of major Urban Planning projects both national international should be taken by the students. during the semester. during the semester. transportation and conservative socio. The course shall cover wide ranging issues in Urban Planning including all the four Streams that is housing. Prerequisites and Objectives Course Prerequisites:    Course Objectives: After successful completion of this course. External and internal experts will jointly evaluate these projects for 100 marks with viva after presentation by the student for about 5-7 minutes.Economic aspects of urban phenomena will be thoroughly examined within this course thus Covering the requirement of urban sociology and urban economics.Arch. Year Order It Here Text Books Reference Books Web Learning Resource Useful Resource available for Free at: • • M. Preferences can be given to regional cases within the international context. with regular critical remarks and assessment from the counselor and peer students. Units UN Name of Unit 1 CST Make Comprehensive Development Plan for a small / medium town 2 1st CP Block 21-40 2nd CP Block 3 LAQs SAQs MCQs 01-20 41-60 3rd CP Block 4 61-80 5 4th CP Block Students are expected to complete sufficient number of projects related to this course. Price. Author. (Urban and Regional Planning) Page 19 . student will be able to understand: • • • Studio: Students are expected to complete sufficient number of projects related to this course. with regular critical remarks and assessment from the counselor and peer students. Basic Information Sem Course Code 1 A16125 Course Name Studio – II CP CST SST Marks 4 80 80 100 Cat Type TH 2. 3 4 5. Syllabus UN Detailed Syllabus of the Unit 1 Using the baseline created during studio I 2 Seminar: The seminar will evolve interaction with practicing urbanite with discussions on cases of urban intervention about the success and failure of the projects. 3. 4.A16125 1. Seminar specific emphasis will be given be given to topics of urban sociology and urban economics and Transportation.

Studio: Students are expected to complete sufficient number of projects related to this course. Year Order It Here Text Books Reference Books Web Learning Resource Useful Resource available for Free at: • • M. 11-20 2nd CP Block 4 Sociological Theories and Concepts 21-30 3rd CP Block 5 Human Aspects of Urban Form 31-40 6 Urban conflict. theories and its application in the field of planning and development.II CP CST SST Marks 4 40 120 100 Cat Type TH 2. Author. Community. 3 Sociology and its relation to planning. ISBN of Original Edition Details of Chapters and Sections Included in Syllabus Edition Publisher. 2 Elements of Urban Social Life. 1 SAQ & 1 LAQ (in End Exam) and 5 MCQs (in Self-Test) will be asked on these units. Syllabus UN Detailed Syllabus of the Unit 1 Introduction to Sociology & social science. student will be able to understand: • Various social issues and problems in the contemporary India society.Arch.Semester 13 A16131 1. (Urban and Regional Planning) Page 20 . • Basic sociological concepts. 3. Case studies of places like New Bombay. 1st CP Block 3 Sociology and its relation to planning. urban social movements and urban Politics 4th CP Block LAQs SAQs MCQs 1 SAQ & 1 LAQ (in End Exam) and 5 MCQs (in Self-Test) will be asked on these units. Ethnicities in urban Society. 4 Urban conflict. 4 Sociological Theories and Concepts: Society. Learning Material Book Code Title. Neighborhood as Social Institution. Price. particularly the Urban India. during the semester. Culture and Sociological Theories of Urbanization. Basic Information Sem Course Code 1 A16131 Course Name Socio-Economics . Migration and Adjustment. 1 SAQ & 1 LAQ (in End Exam) and 5 MCQs (in Self-Test) will be asked on these units. Chandigarh. 01-10 2 Elements of Urban Social Life. 5. 1 SAQ & 1 LAQ (in End Exam) and 5 MCQs (in Self-Test) will be asked on these units. urban social movements and urban Politics. Prerequisites and Objectives Course Prerequisites:    Course Objectives: After successful completion of this course. Units UN Name of Unit CST 1 Sociology & social science. Social Group. 4. with regular critical remarks and assessment from the counselor and peer students. 5 Human Aspects of Urban Form.

Factors that governs Land Price appreciation.A16132 1. “catchments area analysis” and “regression analysis”. Market survey for overall real estate business. 1 SAQ & 1 LAQ (in End Exam) and 5 MCQs (in Self-Test) will be asked on these units. ISBN of Original Edition Details of Chapters and Sections Included in Syllabus Edition Publisher. Prospect of real estate business and nature of services in India. “level of competition”.Arch. during the semester. Year Order It Here Text Books Reference Books Web Learning Resource Useful Resource available for Free at: • • M. 5 Criteria for assessing commercial property. Various kinds of legal & non formal land tenure ship – Marketability . 5. Assessing resident ional property demand. 4 Real estate market and its situation analysis. and “regression analysis”. Land Price & Appreciations. 3. Evaluation sties 31-40 4th CP Block LAQs SAQs MCQs 1 SAQ & 1 LAQ (in End Exam) and 5 MCQs (in Self-Test) will be asked on these units. Units UN Name of Unit 1 CST History and Prospect of real estate business 01-10 1st CP Block 2 Record and book keeping 11-20 3 Informal and non-formal land tenure ship 2nd CP Block 4 Real estate market and its situation analysis 21-30 3rd CP Block 5 Criteria for assessing commercial property. Prerequisites and Objectives Course Prerequisites: Course Objectives: After successful completion of this course. Price. student will be able to:    • Essentially to cover land used in setting up and • Manage real estate institution and its projects Studio: Students are expected to complete sufficient number of projects related to this course. Author.Registration Act. 4. Land record and information systems – Survey and mapping 3 Record and book keeping – Presentation of records – Methods of revenue land survey. “trade area analysis”. Syllabus UN Detailed Syllabus of the Unit 1 History of development in real estate property and land. Basic Information Sem Course Code 1 A16132 Course Name Land Management and Real Estate Strategies CP CST SST Marks 4 40 120 100 Cat Type TH 2. of settlement as part of the settlement record. (Urban and Regional Planning) Page 21 . with regular critical remarks and assessment from the counselor and peer students. Learning Material Book Code Title. 1 SAQ & 1 LAQ (in End Exam) and 5 MCQs (in Self-Test) will be asked on these units. Evaluation sties for commercial actives. Real Estate Development Services. concepts of “area sales activities” . 3 Informal and non-formal land tenure ship (slums and squatters). 1 SAQ & 1 LAQ (in End Exam) and 5 MCQs (in Self-Test) will be asked on these units.

Principle approval. Use of computer software 5 Project Appraisal & Management: Project Definition and dimensions. conditions. Resource allocation. Deliverables. Public hearing. (Urban and Regional Planning) Page 22 . with regular critical remarks and assessment from the counselor and peer students. structure and modalities . financial and merits qualification criteria 8 Financial analysis: Cost including escalation factor. LIG. Case studies. controlling and monitoring and business activity Studio: Students are expected to complete sufficient number of projects related to this course. designing. organizing construction. 1 SAQ & 1 LAQ (in End Exam) and 5 MCQs (in Self-Test) will be asked on these units. ISBN of Original Edition Details of Chapters and Sections Included in Syllabus Edition Publisher. selection Feasibility.etc) Project planning – data collection. Needs to the project and its justification. Planning and clearances. 2 Planning techniques: Organization – allocation of duties. MIG. Operation. Cost control techniques. Standard guidelines for fee structure. Technical collaboration Financial collaboration Procedures and legal compliances. Project team – Govt. Officials. Tendering and evaluation. Prerequisites and Objectives Course Prerequisites:    Course Objectives: After successful completion of this course. Cost analysis. student will be able to impart: • Knowledge of various aspects of housing construction project – from site selection. Technical. Project affected persons Social – economic benefits. Site 01-10 1st CP Block 2 Planning techniques 3 Implementation of project 4 Controlling & monitoring 2nd CP Block 5 Project Appraisal & Management 21-30 6 Consultancy services 3rd CP Block 7 Project appraisal 31-40 8 Financial analysis 4th CP Block 11-20 LAQs SAQs MCQs 1 SAQ & 1 LAQ (in End Exam) and 5 MCQs (in Self-Test) will be asked on these units. Author. 1 SAQ & 1 LAQ (in End Exam) and 5 MCQs (in Self-Test) will be asked on these units. Updating schedule. Terms and conditions – codes 7 Project appraisal techniques. Learning Material Book Code Title. Balance sheet. 4. Job layout 4 Controlling and monitoring: Parameters of performance. Project progress report. Problems and solutions. during the semester. Productivity improvement.A16133 1. cost considerations ( HIG. Units UN Name of Unit 1 CST Project – need / demand. Bar charts. 3. members of public. Year Order It Here Text Books Reference Books Web Learning Resource Useful Resource available for Free at: • • M. Presentation. Networking methods. Monitoring and evaluation. 1 SAQ & 1 LAQ (in End Exam) and 5 MCQs (in Self-Test) will be asked on these units. Stage. 6 Consultancy services: scope and terms of reference. Social considerations 5. Negotiation. Interaction with stakeholders. Price.Arch. Rate of return. consultants. Site availability . Identification – conception of proposal. Syllabus UN Detailed Syllabus of the Unit 1 Project – need / demand. Planning. Operating – maintenance cost. Comparison. Implementation. Resource scheduling & inventory 3 Implementation of project: Mobilization. Stage of project development – life cycle. Basic Information Sem Course Code 1 A16133 Course Name Housing Planning and Management CP CST SST Marks 4 40 120 100 Cat Type TH 2.

with regular critical remarks and assessment from the counselor and peer students. Year Order It Here Text Books Reference Books Web Learning Resource Useful Resource available for Free at: • • M. Author. External and internal experts will jointly evaluate these projects for 100 marks with viva after presentation by the student for about 5-7 minutes. Basic Information Sem Course Code 1 A16134 Course Name Dissertation Stage I CP CST SST Marks 4 80 80 100 Cat Type TH 2. Prerequisites and Objectives Course Prerequisites:    Course Objectives: After successful completion of this course. during the semester. 2. with regular critical remarks and assessment from the counselor and peer students. two parts: 2 3 1. Study analyze and formulate a solution. Learning Material Book Code Title. 4 5. The application of the issue to planning situation. 4. 3. Syllabus UN Detailed Syllabus of the Unit 1 An issue related to urban and planning is identified by the student to be development into a thesis consisting of. during the semester. The theoretical study must contain original contributions from the student either as new ideas or collating of information as to throw new light on the subject. Units UN Name of Unit 1 CST Make Comprehensive Development Plan for a small / medium town 2 1st CP Block 21-40 2nd CP Block 3 LAQs SAQs MCQs 01-20 41-60 3rd CP Block 4 61-80 5 4th CP Block Students are expected to complete sufficient number of projects related to this course.Arch.A16134 1. Studio: Students are expected to complete sufficient number of projects related to this course. Evaluate the solution modify and conclude the process successfully. Price. student will be able to: • Identify the research problem. (Urban and Regional Planning) Page 23 . ISBN of Original Edition Details of Chapters and Sections Included in Syllabus Edition Publisher. A theoretical study on the issue with case studies.

during the semester.Economic aspects of urban phenomena will be thoroughly examined within this course thus Covering the requirement of urban sociology and urban economics. The course shall cover wide ranging issues in Urban Planning including all the four Streams that is housing. Author.III CP CST SST Marks 4 80 80 100 Cat Type TH 2. during the semester. Case studies of major Urban Planning projects both national international should be taken by the students. Prerequisites and Objectives Course Prerequisites:    Course Objectives: After successful completion of this course. Evaluate the solution modify and conclude the process successfully.A16135 1. Units UN Name of Unit CST 1 LAQs SAQs MCQs 01-20 1st CP Block 2 21-40 2nd CP Block 3 41-60 3rd CP Block 4 61-80 5 4th CP Block Students are expected to complete sufficient number of projects related to this course. with regular critical remarks and assessment from the counselor and peer students. (Urban and Regional Planning) Page 24 . Learning Material Book Code Title. with regular critical remarks and assessment from the counselor and peer students. student will be able to: • Identify the research problem. transportation and conservative socio. Price. 4. Studio: Students are expected to complete sufficient number of projects related to this course. External and internal experts will jointly evaluate these projects for 100 marks with viva after presentation by the student for about 5-7 minutes. Basic Information Sem Course Code 1 A16135 Course Name Studio . Syllabus UN Detailed Syllabus of the Unit 1 Seminar: The seminar will evolve interaction with practicing urbanite with discussions on cases of urban intervention about the success and failure of the projects. landscaping.Arch. Study analyze and formulate a solution. 3. Year Order It Here Text Books Reference Books Web Learning Resource Useful Resource available for Free at: • • M. 2 3 4 5. Preferences can be given to regional cases within the international context. Seminar specific emphasis will be given be given to topics of urban sociology and urban economics and Transportation. ISBN of Original Edition Details of Chapters and Sections Included in Syllabus Edition Publisher.

Study of relevant urban development laws and Acts. (Urban and Regional Planning) Page 25 . Need for decentralization strategy. 1 SAQ & 1 LAQ (in End Exam) and 5 MCQs (in Self-Test) will be asked on these units. student will be introduced to:    • The contemporary concepts and theories as well as cases of urban governance in India and the world Urban Planning is fast emerging to be increasing challenging task in the planning process. Syllabus UN Detailed Syllabus of the Unit 1 Introduction – Governance as a Concept: Metropolitan government system in India: A review of major development authorities and a few small development authorities and a few small development authorities in terms of institutional and legal framework (functions. capital financing debt management. Studio: Students are expected to complete sufficient number of projects related to this course. In this. Basic Information Sem Course Code 1 A16141 Course Name Urban Governance and Legal Issues CP CST SST Marks 4 40 120 100 Cat Type TH 2. Urbanization. 1 SAQ & 1 LAQ (in End Exam) and 5 MCQs (in Self-Test) will be asked on these units. fast changing scenario. Urban governance and its interconnections with urban policy will also be stressed.Semester 14 A16141 1. main sources of revenue for local authorities: Property tax. their involvement in urban areas. factions and financial relationships in urban local government issues in finances. planning and management of Urban Government Issues in Urban Management. Learning Material Book Code Title. 1 SAQ & 1 LAQ (in End Exam) and 5 MCQs (in Self-Test) will be asked on these units. 6 Urban Governance in the contemporary context: Review of state local financing relationship policies and procedures. authority and responsibilities. Paradigm Shift. Case study on Urban Development Department /Health and Education Department. 3. 5. It focuses on the role of different actors.Arch. Need for urban local government. urban governance is becoming a key concept in future planning. departmental communications and co-ordinations. functions and delegation of powers 3 Legal Issues: Planning in India. 4. public and private interests. Prerequisites and Objectives Course Prerequisites: Course Objectives: After successful completion of this course. 5 Development – Decentralization and Participation: Decentralization of work system: Departmental procedures. no longer seems to match the present. An overview of Municipal Act in terms of structure. and citizen participation. issues and imperatives. funding and planning) 2 Urban Governance and Management: Introduction to course and Urban Management. with regular critical remarks and assessment from the counselor and peer students. Year Order It Here Text Books M. Author. ISBN of Original Edition Details of Chapters and Sections Included in Syllabus Edition Publisher. What used to work in the past. 7 Urban Government Finance: Municipal tax structure for recourse mobilization. concepts. Case studies 4 Urban Governance and management: Organizational management techniques. Policies and procedure for raising financial resources and commercial accounting system. Application of management techniques used by urban local bodies for improvement of organizational capacities. Price. Industrialization and Polices. during the semester. Units UN Name of Unit CST 1 Introduction – Governance as a Concept 01-10 2 Urban Governance and Management 1st CP Block 3 Legal issues: Various town and country planning Laws 11-20 2nd CP Block 4 Urban Governance and management 21-30 5 Development – Decentralization and Participation 3rd CP Block 6 Urban Governance in the contemporary context 31-40 7 Urban Government Finance 4th CP Block LAQs SAQs MCQs 1 SAQ & 1 LAQ (in End Exam) and 5 MCQs (in Self-Test) will be asked on these units. responsibilities. management and schemes sectioning.

Year Order It Here Reference Books Web Learning Resource Useful Resource available for Free at: • • M. (Urban and Regional Planning) Page 26 . Price.Book Code Title. ISBN of Original Edition Details of Chapters and Sections Included in Syllabus Edition Publisher.Arch. Author.

scope and purpose. 1 SAQ & 1 LAQ (in End Exam) and 5 MCQs (in Self-Test) will be asked on these units. plantation. Loss of life. 4. tsunami. 3. Methods of data collection & sources. significance and legal status of impact assessment.Arch. 4 Introduction to disaster Management. Public hearing. volcano. Unpredictable 6 Consequences of disaster. with regular critical remarks and assessment from the counselor and peer students. Topography. Learning Material Book Code Title. during the semester. Geology. student will be able to understand: • The importance. Geomorphology. ISBN of Original Edition Details of Chapters and Sections Included in Syllabus Edition Publisher. water. Predictable. Safety 31-40 7 Documentation and awareness 4th CP Block LAQs SAQs MCQs 1 SAQ & 1 LAQ (in End Exam) and 5 MCQs (in Self-Test) will be asked on these units. Climate. Economic status Infrastructure Health status. 1 SAQ & 1 LAQ (in End Exam) and 5 MCQs (in Self-Test) will be asked on these units. EIA report – A legal document. Prerequisites and Objectives Course Prerequisites:    Course Objectives: After successful completion of this course.A16142 1. traffic parking vehicular movement. Socioeconomic loss – disruptions. State level and central level EIA. Basic Information Sem Course Code 1 A16142 Course Name Environment management EIA and Disaster management CP CST SST Marks 4 40 120 100 Cat Type TH 2. 5 Types of disaster : Natural – flood. Author. Damage to property. Definition and meaning. dam burst. war. cyclone. solid waste. Pollution status Flora – vegetation – crops Fauna – wildlife endangered species Archeological monuments Social & Demographics features. earthquake. (Urban and Regional Planning) Page 27 . Environmental clearance Application and process. EIA manual MOEF guidelines. The scope and methodology of EIA report preparation will be toughs for its practical application to development projects. Rapid and comprehensive EIA. Studio: Students are expected to complete sufficient number of projects related to this course. forest fire. Soil. 1 SAQ & 1 LAQ (in End Exam) and 5 MCQs (in Self-Test) will be asked on these units. Significance of EIA – decision making. Environment monitoring analysis observations. aesthetics. green belt. EIA questioner. Price. noise. Syllabus UN Detailed Syllabus of the Unit 1 Concept of EIA : EIA notifications. 3 Environmental issues Air. Hydrology. sample collection analysis report preparation documentation etc. Activity bar chart. 2 EIA Process: Scope of EIA. terrorist attack. restoration 7 5. Year Order It Here Text Books Reference Books Web Learning Resource Useful Resource available for Free at: • • M. Manmade – Accidents. Units UN Name of Unit CST 1 Concept of EIA 01-10 2 EIA Process: Scope 1st CP Block 3 Environmental issues / Monitoring 11-20 2nd CP Block 4 Introduction to disaster 21-30 5 Types of disaster 3rd CP Block 6 Risk analysis. History of EIA.

real estate. Non-Government Organizations/CBOs. 5. Project Monitoring and Human Resources Management. Service cost estimations. corporate. rate and various rules. ISBN of Original Edition Details of Chapters and Sections Included in Syllabus Edition Publisher. 4 Preparation of Technical and Financial Proposal case study. Negation. Units UN Name of Unit 1 CST Scope of Work for Planners 01-10 1st CP Block 2 Project Development 11-20 2nd CP Block 3 Tenders 21-30 3rd CP Block 4 Preparation of Technical and Financial Proposal 31-40 4th CP Block LAQs SAQs MCQs 1 SAQ & 1 LAQ (in End Exam) and 5 MCQs (in Self-Test) will be asked on these units. Year Order It Here Text Books Reference Books Web Learning Resource Useful Resource available for Free at: • • M. Studio: Students are expected to complete sufficient number of projects related to this course. the expectation from planning professionals has also changing considerably. the planners over the years. Basic Information Sem Course Code 1 A16143 Course Name Professional Practice and Planning administration CP CST SST Marks 4 40 120 100 Cat Type TH 2. have ventured into fields. Learning Material Book Code Title. Price. Prerequisites and Objectives Course Prerequisites: Course Objectives: After successful completion of this course. (Urban and Regional Planning) Page 28 . Syllabus UN Detailed Syllabus of the Unit 1 Scope of Work for Planners: in Engineering and Consultancy.A16143 1. 1 SAQ & 1 LAQ (in End Exam) and 5 MCQs (in Self-Test) will be asked on these units. 3 Tenders: Concept of (Log-frame) Analysis. student will be appraised about the following:    • The professional practice has considerably modified in past few of years. project development. with regular critical remarks and assessment from the counselor and peer students. 1 SAQ & 1 LAQ (in End Exam) and 5 MCQs (in Self-Test) will be asked on these units. 3. 1 SAQ & 1 LAQ (in End Exam) and 5 MCQs (in Self-Test) will be asked on these units. In the planning profession. as the planners are expected to perform multi-disciplinary duties. 4. From the traditional jobs in Architecture and Engineering industry.Arch. Terms of Reference. Contracts. Real Estate or Project Management Offices 2 Project Development: Consultancy Proposals. Remuneration. during the semester. so on. Author.

Learning Material Book Code Title. Prerequisites and Objectives Course Prerequisites:    Course Objectives: After successful completion of this course. student will be able to: • Identify the research problem. Study analyze and formulate a solution. Price. during the semester. ISBN of Original Edition Details of Chapters and Sections Included in Syllabus Edition Publisher. Units UN Name of Unit CST 1 LAQs SAQs MCQs 01-20 1st CP Block 2 21-40 2nd CP Block 3 41-60 3rd CP Block 4 61-80 5 4th CP Block Students are expected to complete sufficient number of projects related to this course. (Urban and Regional Planning) Page 29 . Studio: Students are expected to complete sufficient number of projects related to this course. Year Order It Here Text Books Reference Books Web Learning Resource Useful Resource available for Free at: • • M. during the semester. Author. with regular critical remarks and assessment from the counselor and peer students. Basic Information Sem Course Code 1 A16144 Course Name Dissertation Stage II CP CST SST Marks 4 80 80 100 Cat Type TH 2. Evaluate the solution modify and conclude the process successfully.Arch. with regular critical remarks and assessment from the counselor and peer students. 4. Syllabus UN Detailed Syllabus of the Unit 1 2 3 4 5.A16144 1. 3. External and internal experts will jointly evaluate these projects for 100 marks with viva after presentation by the student for about 5-7 minutes.

Prerequisites and Objectives Course Prerequisites:    Course Objectives: After successful completion of this course. Evaluate the solution modify and conclude the process successfully. Syllabus UN Detailed Syllabus of the Unit 1 Seminar: The seminar will evolve interaction with practicing urbanite with discussions on cases of urban intervention about the success and failure of the projects. The course shall cover wide ranging issues in Urban Planning including all the four Streams that is housing. Studio: Students are expected to complete sufficient number of projects related to this course. during the semester. Case studies of major Urban Planning projects both national international should be taken by the students. Price. Study analyze and formulate a solution. landscaping. Year Order It Here Text Books Reference Books Web Learning Resource Useful Resource available for Free at: • • M. 2 3 4 5.A16145 1. Author. during the semester. 4. 3. with regular critical remarks and assessment from the counselor and peer students. Preferences can be given to regional cases within the international context.Arch.Economic aspects of urban phenomena will be thoroughly examined within this course thus Covering the requirement of urban sociology and urban economics. student will be able to: • Identify the research problem. transportation and conservative socio. Units UN Name of Unit CST 1 LAQs SAQs MCQs 01-20 1st CP Block 2 21-40 2nd CP Block 3 41-60 3rd CP Block 4 61-80 5 4th CP Block Students are expected to complete sufficient number of projects related to this course. ISBN of Original Edition Details of Chapters and Sections Included in Syllabus Edition Publisher. (Urban and Regional Planning) Page 30 . External and internal experts will jointly evaluate these projects for 100 marks with viva after presentation by the student for about 5-7 minutes. Seminar specific emphasis will be given be given to topics of urban sociology and urban economics and Transportation. Basic Information Sem Course Code 1 A16145 Course Name Dissertation Stage III CP CST SST Marks 4 80 80 100 Cat Type TH 2. Learning Material Book Code Title. with regular critical remarks and assessment from the counselor and peer students.

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