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Main purpose of this course is to provide better understanding of policies and ultimately framing policies & master plan which helps in improving the living condition in a place. There is a lot of focus on data analysis and research. The variety of subjects covered & skills developed during the course will equip the candidates to venture into a number of allied fields. There is a lot of opportunity for planners in the government sector. Planners are employed by Development Authorities for making Master Plans, Land Use Plans, Development Plans etc. and their work scale is large.

Subjects covered over the course:

Semester 1

  • Fundamentals of Urban and Regional Planning
  • Planning Techniques – I
  • Culture and cities
  • Computer Applications
  • Planning Communication – I
  • Quantitative Methods for Planners
  • Planning Studio – I
  • Language (Kannada)

Semester 2

  • Cities in History
  • Introduction to Social Sciences
  • Economics for Planners
  • Site and Land Development
  • Planning Communication II
  • Geo Informatics for Planning - I
  • Planning Studio II

Semester 3

  • Planning Theory - I
  • Planning Techniques - II
  • Transportation Planning - I
  • Infrastructure Planning - I
  • Ecology and Resource Planning
  • Geo Informatics for Planning - II
  • Planning Studio - Land Use and Transport

Semester 4

  • Planning Theory - II
  • Planning Indian Cities
  • Demography & Urbanization
  • Landscape Planning & Design
  • Planning Communication - III
  • Urban Design & Conservation
  • Planning Studio – Site Planning
  • Constitution of India, Professional Ethics and Human Rights

Semester 5

  • Housing
  • Infrastructure Planning - II
  • Transportation Planning - II
  • Project Formulation, Appraisal and Management
  • Elective 1
    • Settlement Sociology
    • Contemporary Urban Planning Practices
    • Planning for Special Areas
  • Planning Practice I
  • Planning Studio-Sub City Plan

Semester 6

  • Urban Governance and Management
  • Planning for Informal Sector and Urban Poor
  • Environment Planning
  • Urban Finance
  • Elective 2
    • Land Economics & Locational Theory
    • Real Estate Planning and Management
    • PPP in Urban Development
  • Development Planning
  • Planning Studio – Development Plan

Semester 7

  • Planning for Regions
  • Planning Legislation - I
  • Elective 3
    • Planning for Rural Settlements
    • Water Resources Management
    • Sustainable Urban Development
  • Politics, Planning and Development
  • Planning Communication - IV
  • Dissertation and Training seminar
  • Planning Studio-Regional Plan

Semester 8

  • Planning Practice - II
  • Planning Legislation - II
  • Elective 4
    • Urban Renewal & Redevelopment
    • Disaster Risk Management
    • Climate Change and Human Settlements
  • Terminal Project/Thesis