Duration - Two Years
Semesters - Four
Eligibility: Candidate must have a BPlan/BArch/Bachelor’s degree in Civil/Architectural Engineering
OR Candidate must have passed Masters’ Degree in Economics/Operations Research/Statistics
Student Intake: 29
Objective - The programme covers issues related to the role of transport in development; identification and analysis of problems, issues and constraints in regional and urban development; development of mathematical models for transport demand projections; preparation of integrated land use transport planning; traffic engineering and design; appreciation of the role of public transport including characteristics and selection of system technologies and their planning, operations and management; project preparation, evaluation and management, law and organization, etc.
The students are trained to meet the professional needs of town and country planning organizations, metropolitan and city development authorities, traffic engineering cells, system operating agencies such as bus corporations, metro rail; urban regeneration, and urban land management and research institutions in this area of interest; and fast-growing consultancy organizations in both the public and private sectors.
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: