As the course is related to architecture and planning, candidates having graduation degree in Architecture or Planning are eligible for this course. Other options are B. Tech/ BE in Civil and candidates from these fields are also allowed to pursue this course.
A post graduate from Sociology/ Geography/ Economics can also pursue this as their dual specialization.
The minimum qualifying marks varies from 55-60%.
The duration for this course is 2 years and these 2 years are divided into 4 semesters.
Further study options
After completion of this course, candidates can enroll themselves for PhD. course which is a research based degree where candidates get an opportunity to conduct their own research in the field of their own interest.
The course starts with basic topics like Planning Techniques, Planning History and Theory, Housing Environments and Planning, Basic Planning Techniques, etc. Each semester also includes practical lab session of site planning, area appreciation, etc.
The later of course includes study about Infrastructure Planning, Advanced Planning Techniques and Urban Heritage Conservation.
Some part of management is also included in the course which helps candidates to understand about Project Planning and Management.
The last part of course includes professional practice for planners and dissertation.
These candidates have good scopes in public and non-governmental sectors for planning. They can join projects related to area development in public and private organizations. Teaching is again a good option for them.
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