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M.Tech in Town and Country Planning

Why take this course?

Master of Technology in Town and Country Planning is a two year post graduate course offered by School of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Jain University. Town and Country Planners ensure land is used effectively to meet economic, social and environmental needs. Town Planning maintains the best of the past, while encouraging creativity and innovation in the development of a sustainable future. Planners are involved in making both short and long term decision about the organization and development of commercial sites, villages, towns, cities and the countryside, advising the community, developers, local and national government to help them make decisions about development. In the context of smart city development the town and country planners operate at very different scales, from considering the location and connectivity of inter-model transport system, large energy facilities, or renewable projects through more local issues such as the design, development and construction of new homes, shops, schools, urban spaces and so on.

What will I experience?

M.Tech Town and Country Planning make an individual to understand everything which is involved into addressing complex design tasks.

 

What opportunities might it lead to?

The following mentioned are few job opportunities

  • Urban Planner
  • Architects
  • Developers
  • Scientists in city improvement trust board
  • Engineer in government and private organizations like NBCC, HUDCO, PWD, Housing Board etc.

 

Degree Awarded

Master of Technology

Course Commencement

August 2018

Eligibility

B.E / B.Tech in Civil / Environmental / Mechanical / Architectural engineering or Equivalent / B.Tech in facilities and services.

Study Campus

Admissions Office



Curriculum Structure & Teaching

I Semester
  • History & Theory of Urban Planning
  • Environment & Land Use Planning
  • Transportation & Infrastructure System Planning
  • Elective-I
  • Quantitative Techniques
  • Technical & Professional Report Writing
  • Planning Studio – I

II Semester
  • Economics of Land Development
  • Planning Techniques
  • Elective-II
  • Laws in Relation to Planning
  • Advanced Transportation Planning
  • Development Plan

III Semester
  • Research Methodology
  • Elective-III
  • Elective-IV
  • Planning Studio – II
  • Project Phase 1 / Internship

IV Semester
  • Dissertation – II
  • Technical Seminar