Master of Urban Planning (Town Planning)

Birla Institute of Technology
In Ranchi

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Ranchi
Birla Institute of Technology, Mesra, , 835215, Jharkhand, India
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¬∑ Requirements

B.Arch / B.Planning or equivalent or B.E. in Civil Engineering with a first class or minimum 60% marks in average (45% for SC/ST) in graduation or M.A. / M.Sc. degree in Geography, Economics, Sociology, Environmental Science, Statistics or Anthropology with 55% marks (45% for SC/ST) after graduating with a Bachelor's Degree or equivalent qualification in 10+2+3 system from a recognized University

Course programme

The Institute offers Master of Urban Planning (Town Planning) course to its students, the course

structure for it is as follows:

I SEMESTER
History of Human Settlement & Planning Principles
Planning Theory and Techniques
GIS with Introduction to Remote Sensing
Housing and Community Planning
Planning Workshop- I
Urban Design
GIS (Non credit compulsory subject)

II SEMESTER
Transportation Planning
Urban Infrastructure Planning
Urban Ecology & Environment Planning
Planning Workshop - II
Planning Seminar- I

III SEMESTER
Planning Legislation & Professional Practice
Urban Land Economics, Development Management & Finance
Project Formulation & Appraisal
Thesis / Dissertation & planning Seminar - II

IV SEMESTER
Thesis / Dissertation

THE ELECTIVES FOR THIS COURSE ARE :
Techniques of analysis, population studies & Computer Programming (Elective-I)
Socio-Economic basis for Planning (Elective-I)
Urban & Rural Sociology (Elective-I)
Introduction to Regional Planning (Elective- I)
Urban Regeneration & Conservation Techniques (Elective- II)
Urban Development Models (Elective- II)
City & Metropolitan Planning (Elective- II)
Cartography & Digital Image Processing in Human Settlement Analysis (Elective- II)


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