This course focuses primarily on the development of knowledge on the growth of a specific field. The exponential development of cities has generated a strong demand for townships, real estate, modular construction and residential properties on the market. In order to accomplish this goal, it is important to prepare the metropolitan and regional areas. This course offers the same forum for town planning.
Bachelor in Technology (B.Tech.) in Urban and Regional Planning:
- It’s a 4-year educational degree after 10+2 or similar review by an approved board of directors.
- After completing this course, the applicant may pursue employment in real estate and town planning with a salary package ranging from Rs. 2 Lakh to 7 Lakh per year.
- The average fees for this course will range from Rs 2 Lakh to 5 Lakh, based on the requirements of the institution.
- Admission to this course is rendered by numerous admission exams administered at national and state level.
M.Plan. Urban & Regional Planning
- A two (four) semesters and a full-time postgraduate programme that aims to extend the scope of urban and regional planning theories for urban agglomeration.
- For B.Arch/B.E (Civil)/B.Planning/M. A or M.Sc. in Geography/Sociology/Economics one should have passed a B.Arch/B.E (Civil)/B.Planning/M.A or M.Sc. in Geography/Sociology/Economics to achieve a minimum of 50 per cent in gross or comparable CGPA from a recognised institution.
Colleges accepting admissions for Regional Planning course
- BE/B.TECH IN DELHI-NCR
- BE/B.TECH IN MAHARASHTRA
- BE/B.TECH IN CHENNAI
- BE/B.TECH IN UTTAR PRADESH
- BE/B.TECH IN TELANGANA
- Arvindbhai Patel Institute of Environmental Design, Gujarat
- BIT, Mesra
- CEPT University, Gujarat
- School of Planning & Architecture, New Delhi
- UPES University, Dehradun
Colleges in abroad offering regional planning courses are
- Western New England University
- The University of Queensland
- University of Alberta
- Curtin University
- Deakin University
- The University of New Orleans
- Leeds Beckett University
Admissions are largely dependent on the entrance test administered by the university/college involved. The final hiring process may differ from college to college for certain conduct of group discussion and for individual and other acceptance of students solely on the merits of the entrance exam. Previous college record and work experience are critical elements for the screening of applicants.
GATE Qualifiers shall be separated from an appearance at the entrances of the university/institute involved. However, some universities allow only entrance tests for the selection of applicants. The syllabus for most entrance examinations is based on the GATE for Architecture and Planning.
Question type: Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ)
Subject included: Architecture and Design, Environmental Planning and Design, Urban Design, Urban Planning and Housing, Planning Techniques and Management etc.