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M.Plan (Urban and Regional Planning)

  • About Program

    The Master’s Programme in Planning (Urban and Regional Planning) focuses on various forms of planning and prepare students to excel as professionals capable of understanding and addressing complex urban development challenges thus improving the quality of life in cities and regions.

Duration & Eligibility

M.Plan – 2 Years

Minimum 55% Marks in B.ARCH/ B.PLAN/ or B.E./ B.TECH  in CIVIL ENGINEERING or M.Sc/ MA in GEOGRAPHY/ ECONOMICS/ SOCIOLOGY.

Fee Structure M.Plan (Urban and Regional Planning)- (Per Semester/Instalment)

Particulars Tuition fees Academic Services Fee Total Fee
All India Quota 52,000 28,000 80,000
Uttarakhand/Himalyan State Quota
(After 26% Scholarship on Tuition Fee)
38,500 28,000 66,500

 

Highlights

  • Students learn to address such challenges through a curriculum and pedagogical approach that includes interdisciplinary breadth as well as depth in core areas of knowledge, skill and practice.
  • Opportunities to work in various Government programs/projects like AMRUT-for Capacity building requirement for several state government officials including Town & Country Planning Department and other local allied organizations.
  • Our students will be trained to:
    1. recognize and acknowledge the multidisciplinary foundations of urban and regional planning;
    2. address contemporary and emerging issues through planning exercises set in varied geographical and socio-cultural locations;
    3. apply relevant concepts and frameworks to analyze, and critically evaluate urban questions in their own professional fields;
    4. participate in public discussions on contemporary planning policies pertaining to urban and regional challenges.
  • Collaboration with Indian Institute of remote Sensing (IIRS), Dehradun:
    1. Joint Collaboration on workshops, short term courses, projects, seminars and conferences with Indian Institute of Remote Sensing (IIRS), Dehradun;
    2. Involvement in content development for remote sensing and in Geo spatial technology related subjects in Urban & Regional Planning;
    3. Engagement in on-going and upcoming projects of IIRS to conduct surveys and data collection;
    4. Exposure of minimum 2 months summer internship in Geo spatial technology with IIRS;
    5. Joint Guidance to the students by IIRS faculty members in final thesis project.

Program Curriculum (As Per FFCBCS Scheme)

M.Plan (Urban and Regional Planning)

 

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