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Urban and regional planning education : learning in India / Ashok Kumar, Diwakar S. Meshram, Krishne Gowda, editors.

Contributor(s): Ashok Kumar, 1969 March 05- [(editor.)] | Meshram, Diwakar S [(editor.)] | Gowda, Krishne [(editor.)].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: New York, NY : Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2016Description: xix, 333 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9789811006074 (hbk.).Subject(s): City planning -- Study and teaching -- India | Regional planning -- Study and teaching -- India | City planning -- Study and teachingDDC classification: 307.12 URB
Contents:
Chapter 1: Introduction Ashok Kumar.- PART I: EMERGENCE OF URBAN AND REGIONAL PLANNING EDUCATION IN INDIA Chapter 2. Planning Education in India: A Historical Perspective D.S. Meshram and Swati Meshram.- Chapter 3. Modern History of Urban and Regional Planning Education in India Ashok Kumar.- Chapter 4. Planning Education for a Smart Urban India Rolee Aranya and Chetan Vaidya.- Chapter 5. Dynamics of Land Use Planning: A Planning Education Perspective Krishne Gowda, Mamatha P. Raj, and Sridhara, M.V.- Chapter 6: Scarcity of Planning Professionals and Need of Change in Planning Education and Practice Milind B. Patil.- PART II: EPISTEMOLOGIES OF URBAN AND REGIONAL PLANNING EDUCATION Chapter 7: An Exploration into the Multiplicity of Planning Knowledges Ashok Kumar.- Chapter 8: Teaching-Learning for Planning with Ecologies Shishir R. Raval.- Chapter 9: Positioning Urban Governance in Planning Pedagogy Tathagata Chatterji and Aparna Soni.- Chapter 10: Need for Paradigm Shift in Pedagogy for Teaching the Fundamentals of Planning Education Natraj Kranthi and Valliappan A.L.- Chapter 11: Integrating Planning Knowledges in Education to Improve Development of Indian Cities Champa, H.S. and Gayathri Viswanathan.- Chapter 12: Integrating Planning Knowledges: A case of HUDCO and a Way ahead for Better Planning Girish Karnad TG.- Chapter 13: Stakeholders' Perspective of a Small River in Gujarat, India: What students can learn from Field Experiences of an Interdisciplinary Research Bhawana Vasudeva.- Chapter 14: Towards Making Town Planning Education as an Effective Tool of Change in Urban India Najammuddin and Ashutosh Joshi.- PART III: ETHICS IN URBAN AND REGIONAL PLANNING EDUCATION Chapter 15: Ethics in Planning Education in India Poonam Prakash.- Chapter 16: Ethics in Town and Country Planning Education in India Trends and Future Prospects Abdul Razak Mohamed.- Chapter 17: Relationship between Ethics in Planning Education and Sustainable Urban Development Ravishankar, D., Krishne Gowda, and Sridhara, M.V.- Chapter 18: Silences in the Indian Planning Academy: Spatiality, Diversity and Participation Ashok Kumar.- Chapter 19: Imparting Inclusivity in the Process of Planning Education: Educating the Next Generation of Professionals through Participatory Learning Preeti Onkar Singh and Krishna Kumar Dhote.- Chapter 20: Value Education in Planning for an Effective Professional Outreach Srikonda Ramesh.- PART IV: INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVES ON PLANNING EDUCATION Chapter 21: The Place of Time in Planning Education John Minnery.- Chapter 22: Planning Education in an International Perspective: Making the Best from Global and Local Knowledges Raffaele Paloscia.- Chapter 23: Changing Context for Planning Education in the UK and the Prospects for Research-Led, Practice-Engaged Teaching Geraint Ellis, Brendan Murtagh, Lisa Copeland.- Chapter 24: Learning and Teaching Quality of Life Mapping: A Geographical Perspective Javier Martinez.- Chapter 25: Aligning Training of Town Planners with Local Realities: A Case of the Voluntary Service Overseas Programme to Strengthen Local Planning Capacity in Zambia Hemalatha M.C. and Peter Cockhead.- Chapter 26: Project-Based Learning in the Planning Education Program for Environmental Innovators in the Time of Climate Change Wangling Yan.- Chapter 27: Conclusions: Planning Education in India for the Future Ashok Kumar.
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Chapter 1: Introduction Ashok Kumar.- PART I: EMERGENCE OF URBAN AND REGIONAL PLANNING EDUCATION IN INDIA Chapter 2. Planning Education in India: A Historical Perspective D.S. Meshram and Swati Meshram.- Chapter 3. Modern History of Urban and Regional Planning Education in India Ashok Kumar.- Chapter 4. Planning Education for a Smart Urban India Rolee Aranya and Chetan Vaidya.- Chapter 5. Dynamics of Land Use Planning: A Planning Education Perspective Krishne Gowda, Mamatha P. Raj, and Sridhara, M.V.- Chapter 6: Scarcity of Planning Professionals and Need of Change in Planning Education and Practice Milind B. Patil.- PART II: EPISTEMOLOGIES OF URBAN AND REGIONAL PLANNING EDUCATION Chapter 7: An Exploration into the Multiplicity of Planning Knowledges Ashok Kumar.- Chapter 8: Teaching-Learning for Planning with Ecologies Shishir R. Raval.- Chapter 9: Positioning Urban Governance in Planning Pedagogy Tathagata Chatterji and Aparna Soni.- Chapter 10: Need for Paradigm Shift in Pedagogy for Teaching the Fundamentals of Planning Education Natraj Kranthi and Valliappan A.L.- Chapter 11: Integrating Planning Knowledges in Education to Improve Development of Indian Cities Champa, H.S. and Gayathri Viswanathan.- Chapter 12: Integrating Planning Knowledges: A case of HUDCO and a Way ahead for Better Planning Girish Karnad TG.- Chapter 13: Stakeholders' Perspective of a Small River in Gujarat, India: What students can learn from Field Experiences of an Interdisciplinary Research Bhawana Vasudeva.- Chapter 14: Towards Making Town Planning Education as an Effective Tool of Change in Urban India Najammuddin and Ashutosh Joshi.- PART III: ETHICS IN URBAN AND REGIONAL PLANNING EDUCATION Chapter 15: Ethics in Planning Education in India Poonam Prakash.- Chapter 16: Ethics in Town and Country Planning Education in India Trends and Future Prospects Abdul Razak Mohamed.- Chapter 17: Relationship between Ethics in Planning Education and Sustainable Urban Development Ravishankar, D., Krishne Gowda, and Sridhara, M.V.- Chapter 18: Silences in the Indian Planning Academy: Spatiality, Diversity and Participation Ashok Kumar.- Chapter 19: Imparting Inclusivity in the Process of Planning Education: Educating the Next Generation of Professionals through Participatory Learning Preeti Onkar Singh and Krishna Kumar Dhote.- Chapter 20: Value Education in Planning for an Effective Professional Outreach Srikonda Ramesh.- PART IV: INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVES ON PLANNING EDUCATION Chapter 21: The Place of Time in Planning Education John Minnery.- Chapter 22: Planning Education in an International Perspective: Making the Best from Global and Local Knowledges Raffaele Paloscia.- Chapter 23: Changing Context for Planning Education in the UK and the Prospects for Research-Led, Practice-Engaged Teaching Geraint Ellis, Brendan Murtagh, Lisa Copeland.- Chapter 24: Learning and Teaching Quality of Life Mapping: A Geographical Perspective Javier Martinez.- Chapter 25: Aligning Training of Town Planners with Local Realities: A Case of the Voluntary Service Overseas Programme to Strengthen Local Planning Capacity in Zambia Hemalatha M.C. and Peter Cockhead.- Chapter 26: Project-Based Learning in the Planning Education Program for Environmental Innovators in the Time of Climate Change Wangling Yan.- Chapter 27: Conclusions: Planning Education in India for the Future Ashok Kumar.

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