Duration - Two Years
Semesters - Four
Eligibility: Candidate must have a BPlan/BArch/Bachelors’ Degree in Civil/Architectural Engineering
OR Candidate must have passed Masters’ Degree in Geography/Sociology/Economics
Student Intake: 39
Objective - The programme focuses on various forms of planning processes and exposes the students to new techniques such as project planning and GIS. The programme includes studio exercises in plan preparation through live case studies related to comprehensive and micro-level urban development issues and problems related to various cities and towns in the country.
The Masters of Planning (with specialization in Urban Planning) syllabus is restructured, within the context of the perspective plan and vision of the Department of Urban Planning. The syllabus also takes cognizance of the First Semester Integrated Programme of the Masters of Planning course.
The course is designed to focus on Planning aspects in the Second semester, Management and Governance aspects in the Third Semester and the Legal and Finance aspects in the Fourth Semester. The studio exercise also reflects the abovementioned concept, the second-semester studio dwells upon the planning aspects of the urban areas and the third-semester studio exercise focus on the management aspect of the cities
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: