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  • Planning Profession 3/15/2014
  • Planning Profession Plan Development Region Delineation Observation Data Mapping People Tools & Techniques Documentation Resources Administration Housing Services Amenities Mobility Vulnerabilities Environment PLANNING PROFESSIONAnd KEY WORDS
  • Planning Planning is to organize things in Advance. Plan is a written document which puts the different components of task in a logical order assigning them desired resources and time frames for completion. 3/15/2014
  • Relevance of Profession Projections of urban population growth around the world tell us that between 2000 and 2050 the amount of urban space will need to be doubled in developed countries and expanded by 326 per cent in developing countries to accommodate people. This is equivalent to building a city the size of Greater London every month for the next 40 years. Urban Planning for City Leaders 2nd Edition 2013 United Nations Human Settlements Programme (UN-Habitat) 3/15/2014
  • Planning Steps in planning after identification of problem  Observing  Recording & Collecting Data  Breaking Down the problem  Filtering Data for different issues at hand  Bringing Data to use through careful selection of tools 3/15/2014
  • Planning Steps in planning after identification of problem  Providing solutions so as to fill the voids.  Suggesting Measures  Monitor results  Review  Way Forward. 3/15/2014
  • Planning A Multidisciplinary Subject PlanningStatistics LAW DemographyEngineering Architecture GIS InformationT echnology 3/15/2014 Economics
  • Challenges Growing Cities Housing Shortages, Slum Expansions, Dominance of informal sector Inadequate Urban Services Water, Sanitation and Energy Unplanned Expansion In peri urban areas Social & Political Conflicts on land & Resources Poor Mobility Systems 3/15/2014
  • Professional Ethics Integrity Responsibility Respect Fairness Honesty 3/15/2014
  • Planning Practice • Accuracy of Information • Continuity • Conduct • Responsiveness • Devoid of any conflict of interest • Enhancement of Profession 3/15/2014
  • Planning Professional Associations in other countries. Canadian Institute of Planners Royal Town Planning Institute (UK) American Institute of Certified Planners Planning Institute of Australia New Zealand Planning Institute South African Planners City Planning Institute of Japan China Association of City Planning 3/15/2014
  • Planning Institutions in India • Institute of Town Planning India • Town & Country Planning Organization 3/15/2014
  • Institute of Town Planning India Institute is an apex body for matters relating to profession and study of Planning subject. Founded in 1951 Institute has membership of more than 4000 professionals. The institute delves in promoting planned, economic, scientific and artistic development of towns, cities and rural areas. Institute works for promoting interest of those engaged in the practice of urban planning. Teching, research and enhancement of profession is primary responsibility of the institute. 3/15/2014
  • Town & Country Planning Organization TCPO is a subordinate office of the Ministry of Urban Development. Joint Secretary (Urban Development), Ministry of Urban Development is the ex- officio Chairman of TCPO. All the Policy matters are referred to the Chairman for his consideration/ decision. The Chief Planner is the head of the organization who is assisted by a multi-disciplinary team of Town Planners, Architects, Engineers, Social Scientists, Economists and Environmental Planners, etc. Chief Planner is delegated with all the powers of the Head of a department of subordinate office under 'Financial Power Rules'. He approves all the technical matters, reports, studies, projects; etc., dealt by the organization. 3/15/2014
  • Town & Country Planning Organization Created in 1962 by merging the erstwhile Town Planning Organisation (TPO) and Central Regional and Urban Planning Organisation (CRUPO). Functioning as a Technical Wing of the Ministry of Urban Development, Government of India. Apex technical advisory and Consultancy organization on matters concerning urban and regional planning strategies, research, monitoring and evaluation of Central Government schemes and development policies. Advises and assists the State Governments, Public Sector Undertakings on matters pertaining to Town Planning, Metropolitan Planning, Human Settlement Policies, Planning Legislation etc. 3/15/2014
  • Town & Country Planning Organization Important Publications by TCPO  Manual for Preparation of Town and Regional Planning Maps - 1972  Guide to Preliminary Planning Surveys for Small and Medium Size Towns-1972  Guide to Industrial Zoning -1976  Guide to Industrial Regionalization -1976  Norms and Space Standards for Urban Water Supply and Sewerage 1980  Guide to Preliminary Planning Surveys of Urban Area & Land Use Classification - 2003  Modal Regional and Town Planning and Development Law -1966  Legislation on Town & Country Planning in India -1991  UDPFI Guidelines - 1996 (published by the Ministry of Urban Development)  Model Building Bye-Laws - 2004 3/15/2014
  • T h a n k Y o u 3/15/2014