Aims to impart knowledge, skills and attitude needed to pursue a
career in urban planning, research, policy making and management, It is
essentially multi-disciplinary in nature the subjects related to urban
development and management $this->load->view urban economics, sociology,
legislation, development theories, politics, transportation, services,
The curriculum is structured to $this->load->view major thrust areas like IT skills including AUTOCAD, GIS web technologies.
Analytical skills including quantitative methods, mathematical models, project appraisal.
Communication skills including oral, written, graphic communication and technical presentations, and Infrastructure and environment related issues
Eligibility: Intermediate (10+2 with maths, physics & chemistry as main subjects) or any other equivalent examination.
Selection Procedure: The students have to quality in a common entrance exam EAMCET