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Regional planning (SPAD)

Duration - Two Years

Semesters - Four

Eligibility: Candidate must have a BPlan/BArch/Bachelor’s degree in Civil/Architectural Engineering

OR Candidate must have passed Master's degree in Geography/Sociology/Economics

Student Intake: 19

Objective - Regional planning is the process of formulating and translating economic, spatial, and environmental objectives in the ordering of activities in space in integrated manner levels such as a village, Peri-urban, sub-urban and urban in terms of space; metropolitan region, districts, the state in terms of territoriality and dynamic functional resource and environmental regions in term of typology of regions. In principle, it is basically spatial development planning oriented to planning for a given area. It aims to achieve sustainable development for the region.

This degree programme is designed to prepare students in the skills of regional analysis, regional and sub-regional plan preparation, preparation of action-oriented strategies, and management of human settlements. The programme enables the students to meet the professional needs of various potential employers such as government, non-government organizations, bilateral funding agencies, multilateral institutions, and the private sector.

Selection Criteria: A cumulative score obtained in the areas mentioned below are used to draw up a merit list, based on which candidates will be granted admission into the PG courses:

  • Performance in the qualifying examination
  • Portfolio of work
  • Statement of purpose
  • Work Experience