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(Real Estate Development) CURRICULUM – R 2009 SEMESTER I SL NO. 1. COURSE CODE MR 9211 COURSE TITLE THEORY Introduction to Real Estate Development and Design 2. 3. MR 9212 MR 9213 Urban policy and development regulation Urban design principles & Retrofitting of buildings / properties [and adaptive reuse – methods & mechanisms] 4. 5. MR 9214 ***** Construction Planning, Scheduling & Control Elective – 1 STUDIO 6. MR 9215 Project – 1 Corporate Development, Land Development Sub Total SEMESTER II SL NO. 7. 8. 9. COURSE CODE MR 9221 MR 9222 MR 9223 COURSE TITLE THEORY Real estate Finance Law relating to Land & property procurement Management Information system for Real Estate Business 10. 11. MR 9224 ***** Valuation and arbitration in Real Estate Elective – 2 STUDIO 12. MR 9225 Project – 2 Mega Project Township Land and building Sub Total INTERNSHIP - 4 WEEKS DURING SUMMER VACATION 0 12 0 0 12 12 6 21 L 3 3 3 3 * P 0 0 0 0 * S 0 0 0 0 * C 3 3 3 3 3 0 12 0 0 12 12 6 21 3 * 0 * 0 * 3 3 3 0 0 3 L P S C

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SEMESTER III SL COURSE NO. CODE 13. MR 9231 COURSE TITLE THEORY Turnkey Approach to corporate commercial and residential development 14. 15. 16. 17. MR 9232 MR 9233 MR 9234 ***** Construction project management Contract law and regulation Project Formulation & Appraisal Elective - 3 STUDIO 18. 19. MR 9235 MR 9236 Project – 3 Specialized Activities SPV – infra structure / SEZ Dissertation Sub Total 0 0 12 0 0 0 16 6 22 8 3 26 3 3 3 3 * 0 0 0 0 * 0 0 0 0 * 3 3 3 3 3 L P S C

SEMESTER IV SL COURSE COURSE TITLE NO. CODE 20. MR 9241 Thesis 21. MR 9242 Seminar / workshop on selected theme for each scholar Sub Total L 0 0 0 P 0 0 S 16 2 C 8 1 9

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LIST OF ELECTIVES FOR M.ARCH – (REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT)

SEMESTER – I SL COURSE COURSE TITLE NO. CODE 22. MR 9251 Elements of Sociology & Economics 23. MR 9252 Developmental Economics L 3 3 P 0 0 S 0 0 C 3 3

SEMESTER – II SL COURSE COURSE TITLE NO. CODE 24. MR 9253 Services in high rise building Development 25. 26 MR 9254 MR 9255 Heritage properties & Conservation practices Environmental Impact Assessment Techniques L 3 3 3 P 0 0 0 S 0 0 0 C 3 3 3

SEMESTER – III SL COURSE COURSE TITLE NO. CODE 27. MR 9256 Ecology and Landscape 28. 29. MR 9257 MR 9258 Capital markets and Real Estate Performance evaluation of buildings L 3 3 3 P 0 0 0 S 0 0 0 C 3 3 3

SEMESTER – IV (SEMINAR TOPICS ) SL COURSE COURSE TITLE NO. CODE 30. MR 9259 New Town Infrastructure Projects 31. 32. MR 9260 MR 9261 Principles of Insurance and loss assessment Advanced Construction Techniques L 3 3 3 P 0 0 0 S 0 0 0 C 3 3 3

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 To appreciate the role of team work to make a successful project  To provide adequate inputs so as to make to the whole development as a smooth activity and ultimately be aware of the tactical aspects of marketing the completed property. planning objectives. mobilizing the human and fiscal resources procuring and storing materials. timing of the project and scheduling. front end clearances from various authorities. OBJECTIVE:  To understand land as a resource. In house sales promotion. UNIT I CONCEPTS 4 Fundamental Concepts & Techniques involved in Real Estate Development Process UNIT II EVENTS AND PRE PROJECT STUDIES 6 Modeling Sequential events in real estate development process – Site evaluation – Land Procurement – Development Team assembly – market study UNIT III DEVELOPMENT PLANNING & APPROVAL PROCESS 10 Identifying technical inputs required. TOTAL: 45 PERIODS 4 . disaggregating the project components. UNIT V PROJECT MARKETING & HAND-OVER OF THE COMPLETED PROJECT 15 Communication tools required for presenting the project. procedure and laws relating to transfer of completed project. joint venture and sharing issues. franchisee system.SEMESTER – I CORE SUBJECTS MR 9211 INTRODUCTION TO REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT & DESIGN 3 0 0 3 AIM: To create an interface between real estate development as a continuous process and design as an input into such process. UNIT IV CONSTRUCTION & PROJECT MANAGEMENT 10 Identifying the elements of infra structure and the resource mobilization.

A. “Modern Real estate practice” (2002). Regional influences on settlement hierarchy. New York. Mike . U. MR 9212 URBAN POLICY & DEVELOPMENT REGULATION AIM: 3 0 0 3 To obtain an overview of the policy implication at national and state level and their elevance at the micro level. (2007).TEXT BOOKS: 1. Frej. Tanya Davis. UNDERSTANDING URBAN GROWTH 9 UNIT I Basics of Urban Planning. Fillmore W Galaty. “Real estate development – Principles & Process 3rd edition.S. To provide inputs for keeping tag of quality even while trying to make profit taking note of various regulatory regimes on land and development present in the country. Dearborn Trade Publishing. Gerald R Cortesi. USA. UNIT II LOCATIONAL DETERMINANTS 6 Land use structure – Community & Neighbourhood Dynamics . (2000).E.S. New York. Ocala. U.Sustainable development 5 .A. “Mastering Real estate principles” (2001). Richard B Peiser & Anne B. 2.A. “Professional real estate development” – The ULI guide to the business – (2003). ULI – Washington DC 3. 2. Urban Land Institute. To capture the form and pattern of cities growth and market prices. “Real estate developer’s handbook”.dynamic forces driving Urban growth – Urban spatial configuration. Dearborn Trade Publishing. Atlantic pub company. Miles. Urban Land Institute U. REFERENCES: 1.Urban Land rent & Location Theories UNIT III QUALITY OF DEVELOPMENT 10 Urban Quality – degeneration –Urban Renewal – regeneration . OBJECTIVE:    To understand the implications of the urbanisation on urban land.S.

resource mobilisation. 2.S. Frieden. Communities & Urban Planning” (2006) 2.UNIT IV URBAN POLICIES 10 Government Policies – on public & private housing – Urban Fiscal Policies – Property Taxation – local Govt.K. U. Taylor & Francis pub. (2004). John Ratcliffe. Taylor & Francis pub. (1990) MIT. David T Betto. Robert Freestone. getting & spending”. U. 6 3 . “Urban Planning in a changing world – the 20th century experience 2000. Finance – Public policies on land & real estate – Impact of Govt.A REFERENCES: 1. “Urban Planning & Real estate development.K. New York. “Urban design as a public policy”. OBJECTIVE:   To provide adequate inputs to understand the larger implications of the property as an integral part of the urban fabric. To demonstrate the value addition to property development by adhering to urban aesthetics as a leverage for price mechanism. Regulations UNIT V PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTICIPATION 10 System drawn and informal participation. deal amking. 3. participatory plan formulation. various models of public participation. “The Voluntary city Markets. U. (1974). Press. maintenance and management. Bernard & Lyne Sagalyn. Jonathan Barnett. “Enterpreneurial cities & marverik developers. TOTAL : 45 PERIODS TEXT BOOKS: 1. MR 9213 URBAN DESIGN PRINCIPLES & RETROFITTING OF BUILDINGS / PROPERTIES [AND ADAPTIVE REUSE – METHODS & MECHANISMS] 3 0 0 AIM: To impress upon the professionals to look at the Real Estate from a broader perspective of urban aesthetics rather than islands of excellence / dreary development. Mc graw hill book co.

revised edition. Emphasing the need for sustainability of the existing morphology through adaptive reuse pr prolonging the life for longer time with consistency in price. study of volumes & open spaces. related geometry co-related with their determinants. a brief historic review of the development of the urban design discipline and principles. case studies of urban design characteristics of cities in India & abroad. form. 7 . values. Harper & Row. vistas & focal points. issues for public intervention. size & structure of cities.S. Jonathan Barnett. urban signage & graphics. 2. Glsevier. voids. Edmond Bacon. “Urban design” – a typology pf procedures & products 2005. texture. TOTAL: 45 PERIODS TEXT BOOK 1. conservation importance of sites. typology. scale. UNIT III PHYSICAL & NON –PHYSICAL DETERMINANTS OF URBAN FORMS 10 Activity & Morphology of space. UNIT IV RETROFITTING OF BUILDINGS / PROPERTIES AND ADAPTIVE REUSE 10 Methods & mechanisms – Urban Renewal – Rehabilitation. (1982). area. light & shade. charters. (1976). building typology. symmetry. policies. U. North America. dominance. height. “Design of cities”. techniques of conservation. streets. UNIT V CASE STUDIES 9 Legal & administrative aspects. organization of spaces & their articulation in the form of squares. Viking Penguin Inc.A. harmony. Redevelopment & Conservation – Basic principles. UNIT II ELEMENTS OF URBAN DESIGN 10 Urban form as determined by the inter-play of masses. REFERENCES: 1. Jon Lang. “Designing cities without designing building”. colour. INTRODUCTION TO URBAN DESIGN THEORY 6 UNIT I City as a three – dimensional entity. image of the city & its components. New York. case studies of proposals for conservation / adaptive reuse from India & Abroad.

defining Work Tasks – Precedence relationships among activities – Estimating Activity Durations – Resource requirements for work – Coding Systems. Lags & Windows – Calculations for scheduling with lags & windows – resource oriented Scheduling – scheduling with resource constraints and precedence – use of advanced scheduling techniques – scheduling with uncertain durations – calculations for Monte – Carlo Schedule Simulations – crashing and time-cost trade-offs – scheduling in poorly structured problems – improving the scheduling process.on –node with leads. control and safety. Gcoffrey Broadbent. “UD-Street & Squace. 3. 8 . UNIT III COST CONTROL MONITORING & ACCOUNTING 10 The cost control problem – the project Budget – Forecasting for activity cost control – Financial accounting systems and cost accounts – Control of project Cash Flows – Schedule control – Schedule & Budget Updates – Relating cost & Schedule information. 8 UNIT I CONSTRUCTION PLANNING Basic concepts of development of construction plans – Choice of Technology & Construction method . Jayker & Fravels. OBJECTIVE:    Packing adequate knowledge to work with multi disciplinary team. Critical Path scheduling for activity . Architectural Press. SCHEDULING & CONTROL 3 0 0 3 AIM: To emphasis the need to integrate the building design process into development cycle. “Emerging concepts in Urban Space Design-(1995). Capacity to identify and develop the data base for quality. UNIT II SCHEDULING PROCEDURE & TECHNIQUES 12 Relevance of Construction Schedule – Critical Path method – Calculations for critical path Scheduling – Presenting Project Schedules – Activity Float.2. Cliff Monghtin. To make aware of the scheduling and accounting issues which will affect the cost.” (2003). MR 9214 CONSTRUCTION PLANNING.

James O’ Brien. MR 9215 PROJECT – 1 CORPORATE DEVELOPMENT LAND DEVELOPMENT 0 0 12 6 Projects on Corporate Development as well as Land Development to sensitize students to the issues of land and corporate development is to be undertaken TOTAL: 180 PERIODS 9 .Information transfer and flow. 3. Management systems – databases & application programmes . U. Frank Harris. Pretince hall. Hinze. UNIT V Organisation & use of project information 8 Types of project information – accuracy and use of information – computerized organistion & use of information – organizing information in databases – relational model of databases – other conceptual models of databases centralized databases. REFERENCES: 1. “Construction methods & Planning”. “Project Planning. 2.Graw hill.UNIT IV Quality Control & Safety during Construction 7 Quality & Safety Concerns in construction – Organising for Quality & Safety – work and material specifications -Total quality control – quality control by statistical methods – statistical quality control by sampling and Variables – Safety. (2000). “Modern Construction management”.S. John Rodger Illingworth.A. USA.K 2. Scheduling & Control in Construction (1995). Jimmie W. “CPM in Construction Management” (2006) Mc. “Construction planning & scheduling” (1997). TOTAL: 45 PERIODS TEXT BOOK: 1. Calin M Popescn. USA. (2006). U. USA. Blackwell publishing. John Wiley & Sons. Taylor & Francis.

SEMESTER – II MR 9221 REAL ESTATE FINANCE AIM: 3 0 0 3 To provide an insight into the financial aspects of Real estate. Steve Bergsman. John Wiley & Sonss Inc. “Maverick real estate financing”. analytical methods and tools useful for making investment and finance decisions regarding individual properties (Commercial. “Real estate finance: Theory & practice”.A.A 2. life insurance companies. (2005). banks. joint venture) UNIT III RISK ANALYSIS 10 Forecasting cash flows and estimating risk in real estate investments UNIT IV SECURITIZATION 10 Development of real estate securitization and structured financing including mortgage contract – Mortgage and options including calculation of various durations to evaluate risk sharing UNIT V PRICING AND BENCH MARKING 10 Equilibrium pricing of assets clauses – investment performances measurement – bench marking – counseling for purchase and sale. TOTAL: 45 PERIODS TEXT BOOK 1.S. 10 . Industrial. OBJECTIVE:  Basic analytical methods for investment and financing in properties. (2006). investment trusts.  Influences of international modes of decision making. Terrence M Clauritie.S. Residential) UNIT II NON CONVENTIONAL FINANCE 7 Institutional real estate decision making (pension funds. UNIT I FUNDAMENTAL CONCEPTS 8 Principles. New Jersey. Prentice hall.  Understanding risks in real estate as a tool in mortgaging and investment performance. U. U.

The complete guide to “Financing real estate development” 2007. examining the rules relating to the transfer of land. David Falk. Development control rules as the affect the property market.REFERENCES 1. Ira Nachem. S. 3. New Jersey. co-ownership of land . “The fundamentals of Real estate finance”. MR 9222 LAW RELATING TO LAND & PROPERTY PROCUREMENT 3 0 0 AIM: Introducing the various laws that affect land and property. To relate the land use to property market. transfer. Nathan.Mc Graw hill companies. Appraisal & finance (2007). John Wiley & Sons Inc. Collier. lease and mortgage regulations.Land title – Tenancy UNIT III TRANSFER OF PROPERTY Property – Possession – transfer of Property – rights – leases – mortgage 10 UNIT IV DEVELOPMENT CONTROL 10 Controls on land use – Land use regulations – ordinances – subdivision rules -– Land Acquisition – Land ceiling act UNIT V LAWS SUPPORTING PLAN IMPLEMENTATION 6 Town and country planning Act. municipalities and local bodies act. (2005).USA 2. “Construction finding – the process of RE development. OBJECTIVE:    To expose to land ownership. 9 3 UNIT I REGULATORY REGIME Laws and regulatory Framework – Understanding and appraisal of the regulatory regime UNIT II REGISTRATION 10 Law of Property. USA. Acts relating to environmental quality and infra structure development. the system of registration of title. TOTAL: 45 PERIODS 11 .

“Law of land acquisition & compensation. MR 9223 MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM FOR REAL ESTATE BUSINESS AIM: To develop a comprehensive global information system in the area of Real estate business. 3.C.K REFERENCES 1. Lucknow. Land use planning process. Oxford University Press. 4 3 0 0 3 UNIT I INTRODUCTION TO INFORMATION SYSTEM Information Systems – Establishing the framework – Business model – Information system architecture – Evolution of Information Systems UNIT II SYSTEM DEVELOPMENT 9 Modern Information System – System development Life cycle – Structured Methodologies – Designing computer based methods – Procedures. Lexis Nexis. “Elements of land law”. Conceiving and put in practice the facility management for managing different types of property.G. 8th edition. OBJECTIVE:    To develop easily updatable and retractable information system Architecture for Real estate business. Lucknow. 2. “An introduction to the history of the law of real property”’ (2005). Kendem adward Digby. Modular system for each layer of the business cycle. U. (1998) ed. control. “Legal Economics (Interactional Dimensions of economics and Law). Kevin J Gray. Eastern Book Company. (2004). V. 12 .TEXT BOOK 1. “Text book on Land Law”.K. UK. Gopalakrishnan. Ramachandran. designing structured programme – development of urban forms. property development process. Eastern Book Company. K. reprinted (2005). the law book exchange Ltd. U. 2. (2004). Judith – Anne Mackenzie. 2000.

Idea group Inc (IGI).S. 2. O’ Brien. (1998). Mark Rowh. NT.A. (2004). UNIT V SYSTEM AUDIT 10 Software engineering qualities – Design –Production & Service – Software Specification – Software metrics – Software quality assurance – systems methodology – objectives – time & logic – Knowledge & Human Dimension – Software lifecycle models – Verification & Validation. “The handbook of Information systems research”. Greenwood. 2003. OBJECTIVE:  To teach the techniques of valuation of properties. UK. Taylor & francis. USA. U. Mc – Graw hill professional. Production – Personnel Levels – DSS. Peter Wyatt. and Concepts & Knowledge Representation – Managing International Information System – Property & Facility Management – Management of different types of property developments – formulating management plan – Tools & Techniques in managing physical assets – corporate business plan. 2002. EIS. “Intelligent Management support systems’. 3. “M.I.S” (2008) Mc. TOTAL: 45 PERIODS TEXT BOOK 1.UNIT III INFORMATION SYSTEMS 15 Integrated construction management Information System – Project Management Information System – Functional Areas – Finance. Marketing. Quorum. Michael E Whiteman.Detection of error – validating – Cost Benefit Analysis – Assessing the value & risk of Information System – Outsourcing – benchmarking.E. ES-Comparison. 2. “GIS in land & property management. Graw Hill . Hossein Bidgoli. UNIT IV IMPLEMENTATION & CONTROL 7 Control & testing . MR 9224 VALUATION & ARBITRATION IN REAL ESTATE AIM: Build up a cadre of professional Architects for valuation and arbitration in the long run. 3 0 0 3 13 . REFERENCES 1. Jmaes. “Careers in R.

Hyderabad. UNIT V ARBITRATION 10 Arbitration agreement – statement of defense – proceedings – Arbitral Body – Multi – party Arbitration – Independence of arbitrators – acceptance – forwarding act – procedural rules – disputes – settlements – arbitral award – Time Limit – Contents of award – Costs of Proceedings. Grish Chand Gupta. TOTAL: 45 PERIODS TEXT BOOKS 1.  To provide the required input to create space for specialization in this area. REFERENCES 1. “Law Relating to Arbitration and A.New Delhi-83. India. (2001) Kluwer Academic publishers. America.D. Bharath Law House.K. N. UNIT II NATURE AND SCOPE OF VALUATION 9 Valuation function – Role and functions of valuer – Scope – Value Theory – Process. New Edn(2002).R. 7 UNIT I FUNDAMENTAL PRINCIPLES AND CONCEPT OF VALUE Open market value – Property and Property Market – Property as an Investment. “Valuation of Immovable properties” (Under Direct Taxes) edn(2002). sale and insurance – Professional standards – report writing – Leasehold Valuation – different methods. To strengthen the defence in presenting the procedural rules. Ko Wang. UNIT IV EVALUATION OF INCOME AND PROPERTY 10 Discounting and compound interest – Income Estimation and forecasting – debt financing – capitalization and discount rates – tax considerations – introduction to mortgage equity analysis – financial residual techniques. 14 . S. Real estate valuation theory. Acharya’s Asia Law House. dispute resolution. 2. UNIT III DETERMINATION OF VALUES 9 Techniques to determine the values for loan.

students are placed into an internship / practical experience. Appraisal institute. Industry specialization areas include development activities. (1997). This provides a unique opportunity for the students to gain hands. 3. “Real estate valuation in global markets”. MR 9225 PROJECT – 2 MEGA PROJECT TOWNSHIP LAND AND BUILDING 0 0 16 8 Large scale corporate. financial implications and saleability. with a company in the same area as their desired career path. UK. Howard C Gelbtuch. fund management as well as policy exposure in Government agencies SEMESTER – III CORE SUBJECTS MR 9231 TURNKEY APPROACH TO CORPORATE COMMERCIAL & RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT AIM: To create a platform for encoring qualified professionals to take up Turkey developments.2. professional consultancy services.on work experience in the real estate industry. John Wiley & Sons. Aswanth Damodaran. commercial & mixed use of development including issues involved in various stages of construction. 15 3 0 0 3 . The Real Estate Internship Program aims to provide real world learning experience of both the private & public real estate organizations. TOTAL: 240 PERIODS INTERNSHIP During the summer. Investment Valuation (2002).

10 UNIT IV Real Estate Investment – Skills to analyse a real estate investment problem – real estate investment objectives – leasing structure – property income analysis – characteristics of real estate returns and risks – financial leverage – after tax returns – diversification – equity versus debt investment – analysis of real estate asset – portfolio performance – real estate equity investment strategies. 10 16 .principles .Principles & Practices in marketing & testing of various types of real estate developments.skills .ethical duties of a real estate professional – strategic planning – marketing professional services – professional liability – ethical theory – ethical issues in real estate business – expert witness in court testimonies.Practice & application of negotiation skills. UNIT I Real Estate Marketing & Negotiation – Fundamentals of Real Estate Marketing & Negotiation – concepts . 9 UNIT II Real Estate Management – Basic concepts and fundamental principles of property & facility management – tenure arrangements – Relevant Legislations – Ownership – Management of different types of Property developments 8 UNIT III Real Estate Practice & Ethics – Exploring common business forms – development of real estate practices – legal .negotiation theory . Nature of real estate conflicts – disputes .  Adequately equipped to manage properties and provide advice on strategic planning of real estate investment.OBJECTIVE:  To acquire additional skills from being a mere designer to negotiator and a person capable of conflict resolutions.  To get know about the leverage the real estate could provide in the overall development process.

3.. USA. Mathew S Chan. 2. “The language of Real estate.training – logistical operational support – procurement process – management 8 contract –licensing TOTAL: 45 PERIODS TEXT BOOKS: 1. (2000).UNIT V Turnkey Approach – System . Be clear about cost control methods and their implication in reality market. CT. JW Rully.legal and regulatory requirements – the changing environment of the construction industry – the role of project managers 9 17 . London. MR 9232 CONSTRUCTION PROJECT MANAGEMENT AIM: 3 0 0 3 To be capable of appreciating the construction related issues that are to be kept in mind while in the business of real estate. Publishing. Ascend beyond Publishing. Operate. Real estate partnership & alliance. Robert Alan Corporate Real estate Development (1976). Dearborn Real estate education. David M Geltener . 2.Commercial Real estate Analysis & Investments (2000). OBJECTIVE:    Knowledgeable enough to advise clients on selection of professional services. Westminster. REFERENCES 1. Chicago. Transfer approach”. “. Thomas Telford. “Privatised infrastructure: The Build. Rovwan & Littlefield Publication. Walker. Columbus. (1995). UNIT I The Owner’s Perspective – Introduction – project life cycle – major types of construction – selection of professional services – construction contractors – functioning of constructed facilities . Coperationalising the design and construction through scheduling the construction activity.contractual actions – testing . South western Educational Publication.

9 UNIT V Cost Estimation – Costs associated with construction facilities – Approaches to cost estimation – Type of construction – Cost estimates – Effect of scale on construction cost – Unit cost – Method of Estimation – Methods for allocation of Joint costs – Historical cost data – Cost indices – Applications of Cost Indices to estimating – Estimate based on Engineers List of Quantities – Allocation of Construction costs over time – Computer aided Cost estimation . 9 TOTAL: 45 PERIODS 18 .Estimation of Operating costs. 9 UNIT IV Labour.UNIT II Organizing for Project Management – What is project management – trends in modern management – Strategic planning and project programming – Effects of project risks on organization – organization of project participants – traditional designer – constructor sequence - professional construction management – Owner – builder – operation – turnkey operation – leadership and motivation for the project team – Interpersonal behaviour in project organization – perceptions of owners and contractors 9 UNIT III The design and construction process – design and construction as an integrated system – innovation and technological feasibility – design methodology – functional design – physical structure – geotechnical engineering – investigation – construction site environment – value engineering – construction planning – Industrialized construction and Prefabrication – Computer aided engineering. Material and Equipment Utilization – Historical perspective – Labour production – factors affecting job site – Productivity – Labour relations in construction – Problems in collective bargaining – Materials management – Materials procurement and delivery – Inventory control – Tradeoffs of cost in material management – Construction Equipment – Choice of Equipment – Standard production rates – Construction Processes – Queues and Resource Bottlenecks.

Oxford. John Wiley & Sons. Modern Construction Management (1988). (2002). P. 2. bidding evaluation. Legal requirements of land and its development. Mc Graw Hill publishing company ltd. Adequately informed to overcome labour related issues. Frank Haris. U. MR 9233 CONTRACT LAW & REGULATION AIM 3 0 0 3 To develop understanding and skills to provide advise to the client in this area. 2nd ed. Sengupta & H Guha Construction management and Planning (1995). B.K. U.S REFERENCES 1.Standard Contract 9 UNIT II Tenders – Prequalification – Bidding – Accepting – Evaluation of Tender Form – Technical – Contractual – Commercial points of View – Contract Formation and Interpretation – Potential Contractual Problems – World Bank Procedures and Guidelines 9 UNIT III Arbitration – Comparison of actions and laws – Agreements – Subject Matter . New Delhi. . OBJECTIVE    Construction contracts.Conditions of Arbitration 19 . New Delhi. Denny Mc George & Angela Palmer. Blackwell science.International Contract document Document – Law of Torts.Violations – Appointment of Arbitrators . 2. “Construction Management”.TEXT BOOKS: 1. Richard H Clough Construction Project Management (2000). Joy Construction Management (2005) Macmillan. Vlackwell Publications. 3. UNIT I Construction Contracts – Indian Contracts Act – Elements of Contracts – Types of Contracts – Features – Suitability – Design of Contract Documents.K.

2. 9 TOTAL: 45 PERIODS TEXT BOOKS: 1. 3.Tax Laws – Income tax – Sales tax – Excise and customs duties and their influence on construction –costs – Legal Requirements of Planning – Property Law – Agency Law – Local Government laws for Approval – Statutory Regulations 9 UNIT V Labour Regulations – Social Security – Welfare Legislation – Laws relating to wages – Bonus and Industrial disputes – Labour Administration – Insurance and safety Regulations – Workmen’s Compensation A ct – Other Labour Laws. RE law. Catherine Ellioth.S. 2003. REFERENCES: 1. Aspen Publications. 1992. 9 UNIT IV Legal Requirements – Insurance and Bonding – Laws governing salePurchases and use of Urban and Rural land – Land revenue codes. James Karp. Daniel F Hinkel. 2003. Thomas Delimar Learning. “Law of R.E brokers”. Dearborn Real estate education. Oxford University Press. Barlow Burke. “Practical R Elano”. U.A. Richard Willmot Constructions Contracts – Law & Practice (2006). 2. 20 .– Powers and Duties of Arbitrator – Rules of Evidence – Endorsement of Award – Costs. Contract Law (2003) Longmen Publications.

OBJECTIVE  To prepare projects based on realizable cost and targets within the stipulated time. matrix organization. NPV. techniques of financial appraisal. Organisation of project . To be capable of appraising the project proposals from the financial cost and benefit angles of the concerned company / organisation. monitor & control of project. Procurement and recruitment Budget. tools & techniques. Project management strategies.   To develop skills for the smooth implementation. contracting. resource leveling and allocation. task forces. PERT. PERT & CPM. payback period.MR 9234 PROJECT FORMULATION & APPRAISAL 3 0 0 3 AIM Confidence building for making the projects saleable. 9 UNIT IV Project Management – Planning & Control. 6 UNIT III Introduction to project management – Importance of project management – reasons for shortfall in performances – scientific management – life cycle of a project.. IRR. project teams. financial cost – benefit analysis – economic cost benefit analysis. Classical persuasive 21 . time – cost trade –off aspects. 9 UNIT II Pre – Implementation Planning Phase – Work breakdown structure – network analysis – CPM. CBR. feasibility studies. UNIT I Project Formulation / Planning – Methodology for project identification & formulation. detailed project report. ultimately. stabilization & finish. Fund flow statement. Project organization. DCF. Human Aspects – Development of project networking.critical path.

Rate of returns. (2003). Project balance sheets. Paris. 12 UNIT V Project Appraisal Techniques –Technical. 2. 9 TOTAL: 45 PERIODS TEXT BOOKS: 1. UN. Ratio / I.& non. Punekar S. Beach tree publishing. Integrated reporting system. Operation costs. Project monitoring – Management Information Systems. milestone charts. 3. Special Cost benefit Analysis – Rationale for SCBA. Tariff & Revenues. A Management appraisal to Project Appraisal & Evaluation (1978). “Investment analysis for R E decision”. Impact assessment & project appraisal. England. Income & Expenditure Statements. turn key system. UNIDO Approach. flow diagrams. Imboden.persuasive techniques. 2.D.LOB… Techniques of monitoring of development works – standard oriented cost control. Projections of costs & revenues. inventory cost control techniques & unified status.R – Financial Analysis – Capital Costs. Dearborn R E education. GE Greer. Environmental care. CPM & PERT. Debt servicing.R. bar charts. (2001). New York. Aspects of evaluation & Project Appraisal. Appraisal Criteria (NPV/B/C. REFERENCES 1. Development centre. 22 . Safety. K. Organisational criteria. UNIDO (1972) “Guidelines for project evaluation”. Ltd. Popular Prakashan Pvt. index techniques. N. Financial plans. vertical production method.Lyons. Financial Viability. Financial. New techniques of management by Objectives (MBO).

TOTAL: 90 PERIODS SEMESTER –IV MR 9241 THESIS 0 0 16 8 Thesis gives an opportunity to the scholar to showcase his / her prowess in the genesis and conceptualisation of the all round competence in real estate design. It is a normal seminal work culminating into a comprehensive real estate design and development. shall be demonstrated in the ultimate analysis.MR 9235 PROJECT – 3 0 0 16 8 A project on specialized activities. SPV (Special Purpose Vehicle) – Infrastructure and the Special Economic Zone (SEZ) is to be undertaken TOTAL: 240 PERIODS MR 9236 DISSERTATION 0 0 6 3 The dissertation provides scope for independent study opportunity to explore specific areas of interest pertaining to Real Estate Development. The scholar shall select a topic of his / her choice with the approval of the HOD and write a comprehensive discourse. The integration of the implementation process. TOTAL : 240 PERIODS MR 9242 SEMINAR / WORKSHOP ON SELECTED THEME FOR EACH SCHOLAR 0 0 2 1 A seminar / project on any one of the following topics is to be presented 23 .

1. Unit – 3: Planning for Social Infrastructure – Health – Education – Religion – Recreation – Cultural – Planning standards – spatial standards – Hierarchy of provisions – Types of Units and scales . BOOT etc. Unit – 3: The impact of competition on pricing. Principles of Insurance and Loss assessment Unit – 1: Introduction to Financial Planning – Communication and Internal Analysis Unit – 2: Risk – The problem of risk – Introduction to risk management – Risk management application – managing personal and property based risks . BOLT. Unit – 5: Legal principles of contracts: insurance contracts 3. Advanced Construction Techniques Unit – 1: Substructure Construction – Box Jacking – Pipe Jacking – Underwater Construction – Construction of Diaphragm walls and basement – Tunneling techniques – piling techniques – driving well and caisson – sinking cofferdam – 24 .Environmental issues –Sustainability concerns Review of programs of DFID. the impact of legislation..V. – Municipal bonds .Risk assessment: rating and under writing.subsidies Unit – 5: Capacity building . Unit – 4: Insurance – the insurance device – introduction to private insurance – insurance on the person – Personal property and Liability insurance – Social insurance – insurance programs. New Town Infrastructure Project Unit – 1: Rationale for Planning for New Communities – location criteria for Township and New towns – Concept of Townships and Newtown Plans – Exposure to international examples.Critical issues in Public and private deve3lopment – ownership – management and maintenance Unit – 4: Economics of services and networks – Infrastructure pricing and financing – tax and grant – user charges – public – private partnership – BOT. Wireless – digital – inter and intranet facilities – outline of transportation and networking in urban areas. WORLD BANK in India 2. planning standards and norms Unit – 2: Planning for communication – Telecommunication – cable T.

pipeline laying – protecting sheet piles – screw anchors – sub grade waterproofing – advanced techniques and sequence in demolition and dismantling. Unit – 5: Repair Construction – Mud Jacking grout thro’ slab foundation – micro piling for strengthening floor and shallow profile .support structure for heavy equipment and conveyor machinery in heavy industries – erection of articulated structures – braced domes and space decks.stressing in high rise structures – aerial transporting – handling – erecting light weight components on tall structures – erection of lattice towers .stressed domes . TOTAL: 30 PERIODS 25 .rigging of transmission line structures – construction sequences in cooling towers – silos – chimneys – skyscrapers – bow string bridges – cable stayed bridges Unit – 4: Advanced techniques in offshore construction practice – construction sequences and methods in domes and pre .cable anchoring and grouting – driving diaphragm – sheet piles – laying operations for built – up offshore system – shoring for deep cutting – large reservoir construction with membranes and earth system – well points – dewatering and stand by plant equipment for underground open excavation Unit – 2: Superstructure Construction – Vacuum dewatering of concrete flooring – concrete paving technology – techniques of construction – for continuous concreting operation – in tall buildings – of various shapes – and varying sections – launching techniques – suspended formwork Unit – 3: Erection techniques of tall structures – large span structures – launching techniques for heavy decks – in situ pre .

26 . UNIT III URBAN AND INDUSTRIAL SOCIOLOGY 9 Urbanisation and its social aspects – rural – urban migration. delinquency and violence.LIST OF ELECTIVES SEMESTER – I MR 9251 AIM: To look at the real estate development within social. Urbanization and socio – economic issues of employment. Social problems of the urban community – crime. OBJECTIVE:    Understanding the social values and life styles. Sociology of India – Basic features of the Indian Society and culture – language. social aspects of industrialization. UNIT II URBAN AND RURAL VARIATION 6 Rural community and relationship with the urban community. Internal – external economics – division of labour. Appreciating the formal and informal mechanism in real estate resulting out of socio economic characteristics. Neighbourhood concepts – implications & limitations in the Indian context. demand for space in human settlements. Theory of demand – supply – market mechanism – imperfection of competition. UNIT IV DEFINITION & SCOPE OF ECONOMICS 10 Central problems of economics. Concept of industrial society.order and change – social control Effects of physical environment on behavior. caste and tribes. factors and the scale of production. economic frame work of the community it serves. religion. Production – theory. 10 ELEMENTS OF SOCIOLOGY & ECONOMICS 3 0 0 3 UNIT I DEFINITION AND SCOPE OF SOCIOLOGY Basic concepts in the study of the society – ethnic groups – social groups – social institutions – social stratification . micro and macro economic decisions.

Raghbendra Jha. Oxford. Modern Economic Theory (2002). technological change and innovations. 10 3 0 0 3 UNIT I BASIC PRINCIPLES AND CONCEPTS The Meaning and Measurement of Economic Development . U.Sachadew (2005). Shankar Rao . MR 9252 DEVELOPMENTAL ECONOMICS AIM: To see the links between macro economic non spatial decisions on property development and the demand spectrum. Introduction to Sociology. New Delhi.K DEWETT. Vidya Bhusan & D.N.Theories of Economic Development UNIT II POVERTY ALLEVIATION & INCOME DISTRIBUTION 7 Poverty. K. “International Encylopedia of economic sociology”. Poverty as an inevitable aspect of development spectrum. money. TOTAL : 45 PERIODS TEXT BOOK 1. policies and schemes of poverty alleviation under five year plans.K. 27 .R. C. REFERENCES 1. Malnutrition. New Delhi 2. long term economic plans. Routledge. 3. “Modern Public Economics”.Sociology – An Introduction to Social Thought (2002). Human development factors at national and international level and economic growth.micro enterprises. (2006). 2. Oxford.Economic Development in Historical Perspective .UNIT V ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT & ROLE OF THE GOVERNMENT 10 Theory of income. national income (GNP. Jens Beckert. (1997).Characteristics and Institutions of Developing Countries – global change . U. Problems of economic growth. population problems. OBJECTIVE:    Inputs in Development economics. characteristics of under – developed economics. balanced growth and industrialization. economics of urbanization and real estate. and Income Inequality . Kitab Mahal New Delhi.K. -Fiscal policy – inflation – Indian financial institutions. Routledge. Shyamal Charitable Trust. Chand & Co. NNP). employment. development.

U. and Privatization TOTAL : 45 PERIODS TEXT BOOK 1. (1991). (2004). U. New York. REFERENCES 1. Behrman. and Incomes Policy. Transaction publishers. U. 2001.Balance of Payments. 2. Oxford University press. “Handbook of development economics. Information Technology.UNIT III FACTORS OF GROWTH 10 Population and Development . Stiglitz. Hollis Burnley.International Trade UNIT V DEVELOPMENT STRATEGIES 9 Development Planning and Policy Making: The State and the Market Stabilization. and Urbanization Education.F. and Technical Progress . James M Cypher. 2.N. T. and Human Capital . 3. Mc Donald & Daniel P. Fiscal.Capital Formation. Training. and Innovation . “Evoltionary economics a study of change in economic thought”. Investment Choice. Aid. Merier & Joseph M. Srinivasan & Jere. and Foreign Investment . Amsterdam.Employment. John.Natural Resources and the Environment: Toward Sustainable Development. Organization. (2007) – Blackwell Publishing. “Frontiers of development economics”. 28 . Reform.Entrepreneurship.S.External Debt Crisis . Gerald. R. and Inflation . Migration. Mc Millen. M. Routledge. “Urban economics & real estate – Theory & Policy”. “The Process of economic development”. David Boyce Hamilton. UNIT IV THE MACROECONOMICS AND INTERNATIONAL ECONOMICS OF DEVELOPMENT 9 Monetary.K. Elsevier. (1995). Adjustment.K.

SEMESTER – II ELECTIVES(Any one) MR 9253 SERVICE IN HIGH RISE BUILDING DEVELOPMENT 3 0 0 3 UNIT I INTRODUCTION 6 Standards of high rise buildings – aspects and integration of services – relative costs – Concepts of intelligent architecture and building automation. “Multipurpose high – rise towers & tall buildings”. UNIT IV SAFETY AND SECURITY 9 Access – control – perimeter protection – CCTV -intruder alarms – passive fire safety – detection and alarm – planning and design – codes –NBC. 2. Vishwanath. UNIT V CASE STUDIES 10 Case based learning . (2003). TOTAL: 45 PERIODS TEXT BOOKS 1. 29 . U. UNIT III HVAC. (1998). Eisele. UNIT II WATER COLLECTION SYSTEMS 10 Water storage and distribution – planning and design – selection of pumps – rainwater harvesting – sewage collection systems – recycling of water – solid waste disposal. Johann. H. Taylor & Francis.High rise buildings and skyscrapers thro’ appropriate examples. ELECTRICAL AND MECHANICAL SYSTEMS 10 Natural and Mechanical ventilation systems – Air Conditioning – load estimation – planning and design – energy efficiency – automation – elevators – system – services – escalators – services – safety aspects.K. “High rise manual”. Birkhavser.

Oxford. ASTM International. UNESCO and their role UNIT II CONSERVATION IN INDIA 9 Museum – monument conservation – role of ASI – INTACH – Central and State Govt. – Policies – legislations – inventories – Projects – selected case studies – conservation project management UNIT III CONSERVATION PRACTICE 12 Listing of monuments – documentation of historic structures – assessing character – report-guidelines for conservation – seismic retrofit – disabled access – historic site management.1999. history of cities and historical sites – select case sties – historic districts – heritage precincts – financial incentives. Gerald Glenn. (1’st Pub. UK. TOTAL: 45 PERIODS TEXT BOOKS 1.MR 9254 HERITAGE PROPERTIES AND CONSERVATION PRACTICES 3 0 0 3 UNIT I INTRODUCTION TO HERITAGE AND CONSERVATION 6 Understanding heritage – heritage conservation – need – debate and purpose – defining conservation – preservation and adaptive reuse – International agencies – ICCROM. A History of Architectural Conservation. 2. (1996). Reprint 2005) – Elservier Butterworth. 30 . UNIT IV URBAN CONSERVATION 10 Understanding the character. UNIT V PLANNING TOOLS 8 TDR-urban conservation and heritage tourism and national and international policies pertaining Heritage Conservation. “Presentation & Rehabilitation”. MR 9255 ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT TECHNIQUES 3 0 0 UNIT I INTRODUCTION 3 6 EIA – Environmental Impact Assessment – EIS .– Environmental Impact Statement – Environmental Risk Assessment (ERA) – Legal and regulatory aspects – types and limitations – terms of reference – issues – national – crosssectional – social and cultural in EIA.

2.UNIT II COMPONENTS AND METHODS 12 Components – screening –setting – analysis. Halsted Press.ecological processes – ecology of growth – ecological communities – limiting factors – ecosystem inertia and resilience 9 UNIT II Landscape Planning & Developmental Projects – Impact of human activities – Introduction to EIA –Application of the techniques to large scale developments 31 9 .prediction of impacts – mitigation. UNIT III QUALITY CONTROL 9 Trends in EIA practice and evaluation criteria – capacity building for quality assurance – expert systems in EIA – use of regulations and AQM. UNIT IV DOCUMENTATION AND MONITORING 10 Document Planning – collection and organization of relevant information – use of visual display materials – team writing – remainder checklists – environmental monitoring – guidelines – policies – planning of monitoring programmes – environmental management plan – post project audit.H Carson (1976) Man& Environment Internactions. UK. Matrices – networks – checklists – important assessment techniques – cost benefit analysis – analysis of alternatives – methods of prediction and assessment of impacts – air – water – soil – noise – biological –social –cultural – standards and guidelines foe evaluation – public participation in environmental decision making. UNIT V CASE STUDIES 8 Case studies of EIA – developmental projects. SEMESTER III ELECTIVES (any one) MR 9256 ECOLOGY AND LANDSCAPE 3 0 0 3 UNIT I Ecology – Fundamentals of ecology . D. Environmental Impact Assessment Techniques for developing countries in Asia. Vol 1 Overview Asian Development bank (2000). TOTAL: 45 PERIODS REQUIRED READING: 1.

William M. Investment Criteria – Present value – internal rate of return 32 9 . 5. UCL Press. Zube. analyzing – projecting and presenting data – landscape planning – visual assessment – aesthetic dimension 9 UNIT V Landscape Conservation – Reclamation – restoration of derelict areas – conservation and preservation of fragile and eco-sensitive areas – case studies. 4.National parks – protective designations – bio-diversity – biosphere reserves – concepts of eco-tourism – sustainable tourism 9 UNIT IV Landscape assessment techniques – Basic quantitative methods of collecting.Fabos.UNIT III Landscape planning and Recreation .. John Wiley and sons Inc.. MR 9257 CAPITAL MARKETS & REAL ESTATE 3 0 0 3 UNIT I Globalization of capital markets – impact on real estate finance and investment – institutional investors – portfolio investment 9 UNIT II Capital theory and trade-offs over time – financial markets and economic efficiency – discounting – present value – compound interest arithmetic 9 UNIT III Financial Markets – Investment strategies – market hypothesis – innovations – Tobin’s Q – Portfolio selection. Tyler Miller Jr. 1986 2. Living in the Environment: Principles. Tom Turner.Y. 1998. Brooks / Cole publishers co. Richard T.Forman & Michel Godron . 1997. Landscape Planning and Environmental Impact Design. Julios G. Marsh. Ervin H.T. and Solutions. 2004. Landscape assessment – values.. perceptions. John Wiley & Sons. Connections. 9 TOTAL: 45 PERIODS REFERENCES: 1. Landscape Ecology. 1975. London. Landscape planning – Environmental Application. G. Robert O Brush. 3.

John Wiley & Sons. Eldred. by Aswath Damodaran. MR 9258 UNIT I PERFORMANCE EVALUATION OF BUILDINGS 3 0 0 3 Simulations and Design of Buildings – Principles of modeling and simulation – classification and validation of simulation models – analysis of input data and outputs . 3. Maverick Real Estate Financing – The Art of Raising Capital and Owning Properties like Ross. UNIT II 10 Thermal Building Simulation – Models – heat and mass transfer – radiative and convective heat transfer – application to equipment – based modeling of HVAC systems – validation of computer models 10 UNIT III Performance of Building Envelope – Modeling of dynamic building envelope thermal performance – thermal bridges – advanced glazing and evaluation of window performance – building envelope components for heat and moisture control – techniques for performance evaluation of the building envelope UNIT IV 15 Energy Management in buildings – Energy related standards – codes – by laws – methods of assessment – energy performance – conventional 33 .UNIT IV Capital asset pricing theory – Asset allocation strategies – risk diversification – multi asset portfolios – benefits of capital market integration 9 UNIT V Development of real estate investment trusts (REIT) industry – development of market for real estate debt securities. Investment Valuation Tools & Techniques for Determining the value of any asset – Second Edition. W. Practical Hands-on Tips by Gary. John Wiley & Sons 2002. The beginner’s guide to Real Estate Investing – Second Edition – Real – life Moneymaking Examples – Multiple Ways to Build Wealth. 9 TOTAL: 45 PERIODS REQUIRED READING: 1.. 2006 2. Sanders and Carey – by Steve Bergsman – John Wiley & Sons.object oriented simulation (OSS) – Simulation languages – application of discrete event simulation in construction operations. 2008.Ph.D.

– Municipal bonds – subsidies 34 9 .. K.V.Critical issues in Public and private deve3lopment – ownership – management and maintenance 9 UNIT IV Economics of services and networks – Infrastructure pricing and financing – tax and grant – user charges – public – private partnership – BOT.. 2. PP. “Energy simulation in building design”.. 10 TOTAL : 45 PERIODS REQUIRED READING: 1.. “ESP-r A Building Energy Simulation Environment. Energy Audit of Building Systems – Moneef Krarti (Ph.D) – CRC Press 2000 Clarke. 9 UNIT III Planning for Social Infrastructure – Health – Education – Religion – Recreation – Cultural – Planning standards – spatial standards – Hierarchy of provisions – Types of Units and scales . 39 – 44. Renewable energy sources. 4. User Guide Version 9 Series. in Proc. Glasgow. Kabele.– innovative measurement – analysis techniques – energy oriented techniques – replacement of building subsystems – prediction of energy – cost savings – software packages – verification of compliance with standards – life cycle analysis. “Modelling and analyses of passive solar systems with computer simulation”. - Wireless – digital – inter and intranet facilities – outline of transportation and networking in urban areas. Czech Society for Energetics Kromeriz 1998 (in Czech) SEMESTER IV (any one) MR 9259 NEW TOWN INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECTS 3 0 0 3 UNIT I Rationale for Planning for New Communities – location criteria for Township and New towns – Concept of Townships and Newtown Plans – Exposure to international examples. J. Bristol. planning standards and norms 9 UNIT II Planning for communication – Telecommunication – cable T. BOOT etc. Energy Systems Research Unit. University of Strathclyde. 1985 ESRU. BOLT.A. “ESRU Manual U 96/1. Adam Hilger Ltd. 1996. 3.

5. 12 10 Insurance – the insurance device – introduction to private insurance – insurance on the person – Personal property and Liability insurance – Social insurance – insurance programs . New Delhi. 1996. Investment. UDPFI guidelines 7.Legal principles of contracts: insurance contracts 13 TOTAL : 45 PERIODS REQUIRED READING: 1.UNIT V Capacity building . Govt of India. USA 2007. Valuation – Tools and Techniques for determining the value of any asset – Aswath Damodaran. John Wiley S. Ministry of Urban Affairs & employment. Daniel P. MR 9260 PRINCIPLES OF INSURANCE AND LOSS ASSESSMENT 3 0 0 3 UNIT I Introduction to Financial Planning – Communication and Internal Analysis 10 UNIT II Risk – The problem of risk – Introduction to risk management – Risk management application – managing personal and property based risks Risk assessment: rating and underwriting.Environmental issues –Sustainability concerns 9 Review of programs of DFID. McDonald – Blackwell Publishing. 3. New Delhi. the impact of legislation. 2. Urban Economics and Real Estate – Theory and Practice – John F McDonald. Elsevier Publications -2005. National Building Code 2005 – Bureau of Indian Standards. 6. New Delhi. Infrastructure for the built environment – global procuring strategy –Rodley Howes. WORLD BANK in India TOTAL : 45 PERIODS TEXT BOOKS 1. UNIT III UNIT IV The impact of competition on pricing. USA. 4.D. Navi Mumbai 2002. LEEDS Rating Hand book – Green Building Design Construction and Maintenance 2009. 35 . India Infrastructure Urban Areas Report 2004 – Oxford Press. Herbert Robinson.

Nachem. Construction funding. the process of Real Estate Appraisal and Finance – Nathan’s Collier. 3. John Wiley -2008. New Delhi. The complete guide to real estate developments – lra.rigging of transmission line structures – construction sequences in cooling towers – silos – chimneys – skyscrapers – bow string bridges – cable stayed bridges 9 UNIT IV Advanced techniques in offshore construction practice – construction sequences and methods in domes and pre .stressed domes support structure for heavy equipment and conveyor machinery in heavy industries – erection of articulated structures – braced domes and space decks. 9 UNIT V Repair Construction – Mud Jacking grout thro’ slab foundation – .W. Mcgraw Hill. MR 9261 UNIT I ADVANCED CONSTRUCTION TECHNIQUES 3 0 0 3 Substructure Construction – Box Jacking – Pipe Jacking – Underwater Construction – Construction of Diaphragm walls and basement – Tunneling techniques – piling techniques – driving well and caisson – sinking cofferdam – cable anchoring and grouting – driving diaphragm – sheet piles – laying operations for built – up offshore system – shoring for deep cutting – large reservoir construction with membranes and earth system – well points – dewatering and stand by plant equipment for underground open excavation 12 UNIT II Superstructure Construction – Vacuum dewatering of concrete flooring – concrete paving technology – techniques of construction – for continuous concreting operation – in tall buildings – of various shapes – and varying sections – launching techniques – suspended formwork UNIT III 9 Erection techniques of tall structures – large span structures – launching techniques for heavy decks – in situ pre .2.stressing in high rise structures – aerial transporting – handling – erecting light weight components on tall structures – erection of lattice towers .pipeline laying – micro piling for strengthening floor and shallow profile 36 . Courtland A Collier. 2007.

R. National Building Code of India 2005 2.protecting sheet piles – screw anchors – sub grade waterproofing – advanced techniques and sequence in demolition and dismantling. Colin Bassett advanced construction technique (2006) 3. 37 . Greeno. Barry’s Advanced Construction of Buildings. R. Stephen Emmitt. 6 TOTAL : 45 PERIODS REQUIRED READING: 1. Chudley. Mr. Christopher Gorse.