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ITPI Activities 2014-2015
ITPI Activities 2014-15, as per Articles of Association
Article 3 of the Memorandum of Articles of Association and Bylaws of Institute of Town Planners, India highlights the basic objectives of the ITPI. To achieve these objectives, major steps taken during 2014 – 2015, are:
  1. To advance the study of town planning, civic design and kindred subjects.
    • In the Associateship Examination of the ITPI held during the reporting period, the students appeared in various stages are: 13 in Stage–I, 21 in Stage–II, and 11 in State–III.
    • The number of students appeared for the Associateship Examinations under Dual Certification Program were 314.
    • Prof. V. N. Prasad National Best Thesis Award 2014 for M. Planning students for Urban and Regional Planning comprises of a certificate of Merit and Cash Prize of `30,000, `20,000 and `10,000 for first, second and third best thesis respectively. Nominations from recognized Schools of Planning by the ITPI in the country were invited for 2014, and the students were also invited to make presentations before the Jury. On the recommendations of the Jury the Awards were given to Mr. Sagar Setia from CEPT University, Ahmedabad for his thesis on “Impact of Accessibility Benefits: On Land Values: A Case of Bangalore Metro”. The second award was given to Ms. Arathy Gopal from College of Engineering, Trivandrum for her thesis “Prospects of Urban Compaction – A Case of Thiruvananthapuram City” and third award was given to Ms. Anila Smriti Surin, from Birla Institute of Technology, Mesra, Ranchi for her thesis “Development Strategies of Tenancy Law Protected Land in Jharkhand: Case Study Ranchi Urban Agglomeration’.

    Prof. Dr. D. S. Meshram National Best Thesis Award 2014 for Bachelor of Planning students of Urban and Regional Planning comprises of a certificate of Merit and Cash Prize of ` 30,000 nominations from registered School of Planning by ITPI in the country were invited for 2014 and students were also invited to make presentations before the Jury. On the recommendations of the Jury the award was given to Mr. Kanad Pankaj, from SPA Bhopal for his Thesis “Planning Smart Neighborhoods (Case Study: Bhopal)” comprising of cash amount of `30,000 and a certificate, which was distributed during the Valedictory Session of 63rd NTCP Congress held at Chennai on 10 January 2015.

  2. To promote general interest of those engaged in the practice of town and country planning.
    • Professional Standing Committee took up matters related to furthering the interest of the professional town planners working in public and semi-public departments, practicing planners, educationists and research organizations besides matters related to the appointment of qualified town planners in government and semigovernment departments in various parts of the country with the Ministry of Urban Development, Government of India and Public Service Commissions of various State Governments was also taken up.
    • During this period 200 members were elected as Associate Members and 10 as Fellow Members.
  3. To hold conferences and meetings for discussions, and exchange of views on matters affecting or relating to town and country planning.

    The 63rd National Town and Country Planner’s Congress (NTCPC) was organized by Institute of Town Planners, India at Chennai on the theme “High Growth Inclusive Urban Settlements” with sub-themes focusing on “Twin Cities and Satellite Towns”; “Inclusive Smart Towns” and “Transformation of Cities as Nuclei of Development” (Local sub-theme). The Inaugural Address was delivered by Thiru. S.P. Velumani, Honourable Minister for Municipal Administration and Rural Development; Government of Tamil Nadu. On this occasion a colourful Souvenir was also released by Thiru R. Vaithilingam, Honourable Minister for Housing and Urban Development and Chairman, CMDA, who also inaugurated the exhibition. Welcome address was delivered by Prof. Dr. Najamuddin, Secretary General, ITPI while Prof. Dr. A. N. Sachithanandan delivered the Presidential address and Shri K. S. Akode, Vice-President, ITPI read the messages received from dignitaries. The Plenary Session on the main theme “High Growth Inclusive Urban Settlements” was chaired by Prof. Dr. A. N. Sachithanandan, President ITPI. Shri A. Karthik, IAS, Member Secretary, CMDA was the Chief Guest. While Technical Session – I, on “Twin Cities and Satellite Towns” was chaired by Shri V. Sathyanarayan, Past President, ITPI, in which Shri Dharmendra Pratap Yadav, IAS, Secretary, Department of Housing and Urban Development, Government of Tamil Nadu was the Chief Guest. The Technical Session – II, on “Inclusive Smart Towns” was chaired by Prof. Dr. D. S. Meshram, Past President, ITPI in which Shri Vikram Kapur, IAS, Commissioner, Corporation of Chennai was the Chief Guest. Technical Session – III, on “Transformation of Cities as Nuclei of Development” (Local Subtheme) was chaired by Dr. B. Mahendra, Past Vice President ITPI. His Excellency Dr. K. Rossiah, Honourable Governor, Tamil Nadu delivered the valedictory address. After detailed discussions and deliberations the NTCP Congress adopted the recommendations which were published in the Newsletter and circulated to all the members.

  4. To purchase lease, rent, hold and dispose of land to be used as a place for meeting for the members of the Institute:
    • The sale of exiting land and to purchase buildup structure with land for the Kerala Regional Chapter was approved by the ITPI and the progress of the same is in advance
    • Construction of fourth floor of Andhra Pradesh Regional Chapter Building is in progress.
    • Construction of 2nd floor of Odisha Regional Chapter also completed.

  5. To compile, collect, print and publish statistics professional record periodicals, etc; relating to any of the objectives of the Institute:
    • During the year 2014-15, four volumes of the ITPI, quarterly Journal (Refereed) and four issues of quarterly Planners Newsletters were published.
    • Technical Papers on the occasion of the 63rd National Town and Country Planners Congress in CD along with a colorful Souvenir were also released.
ITPI Activities 2013-14
Article 3 of memorandum of Articles of Associa tion and Bylaws of institute of Town Planners, India highlights the basic objectives of the ITPI. TO achieve these objectives, major steps taken during 2013-2014, are:
  1. To advance the study of town planning, civic design and kindred subjects.
    • In the Associateship Examination of the ITIP held during the period of report the students appeared in various stages are: 45 in Stage -I, 50 in Stage-II, and 15 in Stage -III.
    • The number of students apperared for the Associateship Examinations under Dual Certification Program:2013-2014 were 231.
    • For Prof. V.N. Prasad National Best Thesis Award 2013, for Urban and Regional Plannin g nominations from recognized Schools of Planning by IPPI; in the country,were invited for 2013, and students were also invited to make the presentation before a Jury. On the recommendations of the Jury , the awards were given to Ms. Kosure Srivalli from IDS, Mysore for fer thesis on "Canal Front Development in Vijayawada City". The second award was given to Ms. Priyanka Barua from CEPT University for her thesis "Livelihood Vulnerability Assessment of Weavers in Majuli Assam" and third award was given to Mr. Nakul Nitin Gote, from IIT Roorkee, Uttarakhand for his thesis "Planning for Redevelopment of Mula and Mutha Reverfront in Pune City". The consolation prize was given to Ms. Azra Khan from SPA, Bhopal for her thesis "Impact of Irriggation Project on Tribal Settlements". The award were distributed during the Valedictory Session of 62nd NTCP Congress at Pune on 10th January, 2014.

  2. To promote general interest of those engaged in the practice of Town and Coundtry Planning.
    • The Professional Standing Committeee took up matters related to furthering the interest of the professionl town planners working in public and semi-public departments, practicing planners, educationists and researcher besides the matter related to the appointment of qualified town planners in government and semi-government departments in various parts of the country with the Ministry of Urban Development , Government of India and Public service Commissions of various state Governments.

  3. To hold conferences or meerings for discussions, and exchange of views on matters affection or relating to town and coundty planning:

    The 62md National Town and Country Planners Congress(NTCPC )was organized by Institute of Town Planners, India on the Theme "Urban Renewal, Redevelopment and Regeneration: Challenges and Options" with sub-themes focusing on "onsequences and Implications", "Regulatory and Institutonal Mechanism"and "Special Township Policy:experiences " at Pune. IN which the Inaugural Address was delivered by Shri Rajesh tope , Honourable Minister of Higher and Technical Education, Government of Maharashtra. On this occasion a colourful souvenir was also released by the Honourable Minister. Welcome address was delivered by Prof. (Dr. )Najammuuddin, Decretary General, ITPI; while Dr. A.N. Sachithnandan, delivered the Presidential address and shri K.S. Akode, Vice-President, ITPI, read the messages received from dignitaries. The vote of thanks were extended by Shri Avinash B. Patil, Chairma, MRC(M). Shri Eajesh Tope, Honourable Minister of Higher and technical Education , Government of Maharashtra, also inaugurated the Exhibition arranged on this occasion and visited all the stalls and also attended the technical presentations made by the participants. The Plenar Session on the main theme "urban Renewal, Redevelpment and Regeration:Challenges and Options" was chaired by Prof. (Dr.) A.N. sachithanandan, President , ITPI. While Techical session -I, on 'Consequences and Implications' was chaired by Shri V. Satyanarayan, Past President, ITPI. The technical Session -II, on 'Regulatory and Institutonal Mechanism' was chaired Dr. D.S. Meshram, Past President, ITPI, and Technical session -III, on 'Special Township Policy: Experiences ' was chaired by Shre A. R. Patharkar, Past President, ITPI. Shri Mahesh Pathak, Commissioner, Municipal Corporation, Pune delivered the valedictory address. After detailed discussions and delivereations NTCP Congress adopted the recommendations which were circulated to all the members and the stake holders involve in the country.

  4. To purchase lease, rent , hold and dispose of any land to be used as a place for meeting for the members of the Institute:
    • A piece of land was procured at Pune for Pune Centre Building is in progress.
    • A piece of land for newly created Amritsar Centre has been procured which has been donated by M/s Sharma and Gangahar Developers and Colonizers , Amritsar, and registration of the same would b done shortly.
    • Construction of fourth floor of Andhra Pradesh Regional Chapter Vuilding is in progress.
    • Construction of first floor of the N-E Regional Chapter at Guwahati is in progress.
    • Construction of second flor of the Odish Regional Chapter at Bhubaneswar is in progress.

  5. To compile , collect, print and publish statistics professional record periodicals, etc; relating to any of the objectives of the Institute:
    • During the year 2013-14 , four volumes of the ITPI, quarterly Journal (refereed ) and four issues of quarterly lanners Newsletters were also published.
    • The Technical Papers on the occasion of the 62nd National Town and Country Planners Congress, in CD along with a colorful Souvenir were also released.
ITPI Activities 2012 - 13
AS PER ARTICLES OF ASSOCIATION
Article 3 of Memorandum of Articles of Association and Bylaws of Institute of Town Planners, India highlights the basic objectives of the ITPI. To achieve these objectives, major steps taken during 2012 - 2013, are given below:
  1. To advance the study of Town Planning, Civic Design and kindred subjects:
    • ITPI has signed an MoU with Karnataka State Open University earlier for Dual Certification Program (DCP) under which the ITPI will issue certificate to the successful candidates on the basis of which M. Plan Degree will be awarded by the KSOU. During the year 2012 - 2013, 355 applications were received for admission to the DCP out of which 99 students were shotlisted for the program
    • In the Associateship Examination of the ITPI held during the month of April 2013, a total of 41 students appeared, 21 in Stage – I, 24 in Stage – II, and 2 in State – III.
    • The number of students appeared for the Associateship Examinations under Dual Certification Program in 2012 - 2013 were 68 for second semester
    • Prof. V. N. Prasad National Best Thesis Award 2012 in the field of Urban and Regional Planning in the country includes three awards comprising of a Certificate of Merit and Cash Prize of Rs.30,000, Rs.20,000 and Rs. 10,000 for first,second and third best students respectively. Nominations from recognized Schools of Planning from the country were invited for 2012 cycle by the ITPI for consideration and students were also invited for making presentations before the Jury to select three best theses in order of merit. This year, the ITPI received 17 entries from various planning schools,institutes, IITs, etc.
    • The First Prize was awarded by the Jury to Ms. Zahra Bathool from the Institute of Development Studies, Mysore for thesis on ‘Planning for Natural and Built Urban Aesthetics in Mysore City’. The Second Award went to Ms. Neha Potdar from the School of Planning and Architecture, New Delhi for thesis on ‘Role of Agrobased Industries in Regional Development - A Case Study of Baramati’; and the Third Award was given to Ms. Nivedita. P. of the College of Engineering, Trivandrum. The Consolation Prize was given to Ms. Pragya Sharma from the CEPT University for thesis on ‘Development Control Guidelines with a Physical Vulnerability Perspective in a Hill Area’. The prizes were given away at the Valedictory Session of the 61st National Town and Country Planners’ Congress held at Ahmedabad.

  2. To promote general interest of those engaged in the practice of Town and Country Planning:
    • The Professional Standing Committee took up matters related to furthering the interest of the Professional Town Planners working in public and semi - public departments, practicing planners, educationists and researcher besides the matter related to the appointment of qualified town planners in government and semi - government departments in various parts of the country with the Ministry of Urban Development, Government of India and different State Governments..
    • The matter of revising Recruitment Rules for inclusion of Bachelor of Technology in Planning or Bachelor of Planning was taken up with State Governments and various State Service Commissions.
    • ITPI had filed writ - petitions in Honourable High Courts to protect the interests of town planning professionals
    • ITPI has sent a proposal to the UPSC for inclusion of a Urban Development Planning and Management as one of the subject in the Civil Services Examination. A reply was received from the UPSC stating that the same will be considered whenever Commission undertakes next revision.

  3. To hold conferences or meetings for discussions, and exchange of views on matters affecting or relating to Town and Country Planning:

    61st National Town and Country Planners Congress Institute of Town Planners India organized its 61st NTCP Congress at Gujarat University Convention and Exhibition Centre, Ahmedabad from 8 February 2013 to 10 February 2013 on the theme “Indian Cities in Transition”. The Congress was inaugurated by Smt. Anandiben Patel, Hon’ble Minister for Urban Development and Urban Housing, Government of Gujarat on 8 February 2013. On this occasion a colorful souvenir was also released by the Minister. During inaugural session Shri Saurabh Patel, Honourable Minister for Energy, Planning and Tourism, Government of Gujarat was the Guest of Honour, who also inaugurated the exhibition organized on this occasion. The Inaugural Session was chaired by Dr. D. S. Meshram, President ITPI. The Plenary Session was also chaired by Dr. D. S. Meshram, President, ITPI, and Prof. B.V. Doshi was the Chief Guest. In this session presentations were made by Prof. E. F. N. Ribeiro and Dr. S. K. Kulshrestha. Shri Boniface Fernandes was the expert panelist on the session. Technical Session – I on ‘Inclusive Planning’ was chaired by Prof. E. F. N. Ribeiro, former President ITPI. In this session Shri P. K. Laheri, Former Chief Secretary, Government of Gujarat was the Chief Guest. Key presentations were made by Prof. Dr. Ashok Kumar, Prof. Dr. P. S. N. Rao, Prof. Dr. Darshini Mahadevia and Prof. Dr. K. K. Pandey. The expert panelists included Prof. Dr. Dinesh Mehta and Prof. Dr. A. N. Sachithanandan. Rapporteurs were Dr. Rabidyuti Biswas and Ms. Rutul Sharma. The Technical Session – II on ‘Urban Mobility’ was chaired by Shri V. Satyanarayan, former President ITPI. During this presentations were made by Prof. Shivanand Swamy and Prof. Dr. Sanjay Gupta. Expert panelist was Shri Boniface Fernandis and Shri P. K. Behera and Prof. Shalini Sinha were rapporteurs. The Technical Session – III on ‘Smart Cities’ was chaired by Prof. Dr. A. N. Sachithanandan, former President ITPI in which Shri Sudhir Mankad, Chairman, Gujarat International Finance Tec - City Company Ltd., and Shri N. V. Patel, Chairman, Vadodara Urban Development Authority were the ITPI Activities 2012 - 13 Planners Newsletter5 Guests of Honour. In the session presentations were made by Prof. Christopher Beninger, Shri S. P. Shorey, Shri M. D. Lele, Dr. M. N. Shobha, Mr. Aamer Azeemi, CISCO and Mr. Nilesh Purey, GIFTCL. Expert panelists included Prof. Chetan Vaidya and Shri V. M. Hedge. Rapporteurs in this session were Dr. Mayank Mathur and Ms. Sejal Patel. The Technical Session – IV on ‘Corridor Development (Local Sub-Theme)’ was chaired by Shri A. R. Patharkar, former President, ITPI in which Shri G. S. Sandhu, Additional Chief Secretary, Urban Development, Housing and Local Self Government Department, Government of Rajasthan, was the Chief Guest. Presentations were made by Prof. Utpal Sharma, Shri Paresh L. Sharma, Shri Pravin Jain and Shri M. L. Chotani. In this session Shri N. K. Patel was the expert panelist and Shri R. Srinivas and Ms. Neeru Bansal were the rapporteurs. After detailed discussions and deliberations the recommendations were adopted which were printed in the News letter of ITPI (January – March 2013, Vol. 10, No. 1) and circulated to all concerned.

    ZONAL CONFERENCES:
    South Zone Conference on ‘Sustainable Solutions to Tackle Congestion for Better Livable City’ was organized by Andhra Pradesh Regional Chapter, Hyderabad on 28 July 2012. It was inaugurated by Honourable Speaker of Andhra Pradesh Legislative Assembly. Honourable Minister for Municipal Administration and Urban Development, Government of Andhra Pradesh was the Chief Guest. The conference was organized on the sub - themes of ‘Metro Rail as Mass Transit System for Indian Cities’; ‘Traffic and Transportation Issues with emphasis on Mass Transit’; ‘Integrated Urban Planning and Transportation Planning’; and ‘Construction of the Metro Rail - Challenges and Opportunities’.
    • East Zone Conference on the theme ‘Challenges and Management of Urban Heritage’ with Sub - themes ‘Initiatives in Conservation of Urban Heritage and Planning’, and ‘Management of Heritage in the Temple City of Bhubaneswar’ was organized by the Odisha Regional Chapter at Bhubaneswar from 6 April 2013 to 7 April 2013. The Regional Chapter also celebrated its Silver Jubilee Year.
    • West Zone Conference was held in Ahmedabad on the theme ‘Town Planning Schemes’ in which presentations were made on the issues of ‘Rapid Growth in Urban Areas through Development Plan’, and ‘Town Planning Schemes’, and ‘Utilization of Town Planning Schemes for Large Scale Mega Projects at City Level’.

  4. To purchase lease, rent, hold and dispose of any land to be used as a place for meeting for the members of the Institute:
    • The Second phase of building for the Odisha Regional Chapter at Bhubaneswar was completed and made functional.
    • A piece of land was also procured at Pune for Pune Centre of MRC (Mumbai).
    • Extension and renovation work MRC (Nagpur); Gujarat Regional Chapter and RRC at Jaipur and Udaipur Centre have been completed.

  5. To compile, collect, print and publish statistics professional record periodicals, etc; relating to any of the objectives of the Institute:
    • During the year 2012-2013, four volumes of the ITPI Journal and four issues of Planners’ Newsletter were published.
    • Special volumes of the Technical Papers on the occasion of the 61st National Town and Country Planners’ Congress along with a colorful Souvenir were also published.
ITPI ACTIVITIES 2011-12,
AS PER ARTICLES OF ASSOCIATION
Article - 3 of Memorandum of Articles of Association and Bylaws of Institute of Town Planners, India highlights the basic objectives of the ITPI. To achieve these objectives, major steps were taken during 2011 - 2012, are given below:
  1. To advance the study of town planning, civic design and kindred subjects.
    • The ITPI assisted the All India Council of Technical Education in preparing the Model Curriculum for Bachelor and Postgraduate Programs in Town and Country Planning. ITPI is reviewing the Course curriculum of Bachelors in Planning in consultation with AICTE.
    • ITPI has signed the MoU with Karnataka State Open University on 26th December, 2011 for Dual Certificate Programme under which first certificate will be issued by ITPI to the successful candidates on the basis of which M.Plan Degree will be awarded by KSOU.
    • In the Associateship Examination of the ITPI held during the month of November, 2011, a total of 47 students appeared, 18 in Stage-I, 26 in Stage-II, and 3 in State-III; and 64 students appeared in the Associate Examination held in the Month of August, 2012 i.e. 22 in Stage-I, 17 in Stage-II, and 25 in State-III.
    • The number of students registered for the Associateship Examinations for 2011-2012 is 140.
    • Prof. V. N. Prasad National Best Thesis Award 2011" in the field of Urban and Regional Planning in the country has been modified and now it includes three awards comprising of a certificate of Merit and Cash Prize of Rs. 30,000/-, Rs. 20,000/- and Rs. 10,000/- for first, second and third best respectively. Nominations from recognized Schools of Planning by ITPI in the Country were invited for 2011, for consideration and students were invited to make a presentation before a Jury to selects, three Best Thesis, in order of merit. This year, ITPI received sixteen (16) entries from various Schools / Institutes / IITs.
    • First Prize was awarded by the Jury to Ms. Priyanka Ashok Kinikar, for her thesis on "Low Carbon Cities, Case Study, Pune" School of Planning and Architecture, New Delhi; second Prize to Mr. Pawan Dwivedi for thesis on "Impact of Metro on Mobility Patterns of Metropolitan City, Case Study: Delhi" School of Architecture and Planning, New Delhi; and third Prize to Ms. Neera Jaiswal for the thesis on "Methods and Challenges to Improve Accessibility for Persons with Disability in Public Transport : A Case of Ahmadabad" CEPT, Ahmadabad
  2. To promote general interest of those engaged in the practice of Town and Country Planning.
    • The Professional Standing Committee took up matters related to furthering the interest of the Professional Town Planners working in public and semi-public departments, practicing planners, educationists and researcher besides the matter related to the appointment of qualified town planners in government and semi-government departments in various parts of the country with the Ministry of Urban Development, Government of India and different state governments.
    • The matter of revising Recruitment Rules for inclusion of Bachelor of Technology in Planning or Bachelor of Planning was taken up with State Governments and various State Service Commissions. A committee was constituted to frame Model Recruitment Rules for Town Planning professionals which was sent to all state governments after the approval of the Council.

  3. To hold conferences or meetings for discussions, and exchange of views on matters affecting or relating to town and country planning:

    60th National Town and Country Planners Congress was organized by the Institute of Town Planners, India on the theme "Planning and Development, 2025: Challenges and Reforms" at Senate Bhavan, University of Mysore, Manasagangotri, Mysore, during 6th to 8th January, 2012, which was inaugurated by His Excellency, Governor of Karnataka, Dr. Hans Raj Bhardwaj. Prof. K.S. Rangappa, Vice Chancellor, Karnataka State Open University, and Prof. V.G. Talawar, Vice Chancellor, University of Mysore, also addressed the delegates. On this occasion an Exhibition on the theme "Planning and Development: 2025" was organized, which was inaugurated by Shri P.S. Vastrad, IAS, Deputy Commissioner and District Magistrate, Mysore, which provided an opportunity to various stakeholders to showcase their efforts and success stories. The Plenary Session was addressed by Dr. Sudhir Krishna, IAS, Secretary (UD), Government of India, Ministry of Urban Development, through Video Conferencing from New Delhi. The Plenary Session was followed by the Technical Workshop - (I) on "Planning Process and Strategies"; the Workshop - (II) on "Planning Education and Research"; the Workshop - (III) on "Regulatory Framework"; and Workshop - (IV) on "TDR for Public Purpose". The Valedictory Session was chaired by Shri D.S. Meshram, President, ITPI in which Shri K.M. Shivakumara, IAS, Additional Chief Secretary, Government of Karnataka, delivered the Valedictory Address, and also gave Best Thesis Awards. Smt. Pushpalatha T.B. Chikkanna, Worshipful Mayor of Mysore City Corporation, was the Guest of Honour in Valedictory Session.

    ZONAL CONFERENCES:

    • West Zone Conference on "Land Procurement for Urban Development" was organized by Maharashtra Regional Chapter (Mumbai) on 8th October, 2011. Mayor, Navi Mumbai inaugurated the Conference. Commissioner Navi-Mumbai Municipal Corporation was the Chief Guest.
    • East Zone Conference on "Urban Strategy for North East India, Vision-2030" was organized by North East Regional Chapter (Guwahati) on 25th February,2012.
    • South Zone Conference on "Sustainable Solutions to tackle congestion for better live-able city" was organized by A.P. Regional Chapter (Hyderabad) on 28th July, 2012, which was inaugurated by Hon ble Speaker of A.P. Legislative Assembly. Hon ble Minister for Municipal Administration and Urban Development, Government of A.P. was the Chief Gues

  4. To purchase lease, rent, hold and dispose of any land to be used as a place for meeting for the members of the Institute:
    • The first phase of building for North East Regional Chapter at Guwahati was completed and made functional.
    • Extension and renovation work MRC (Nagpur); MRC (Mumbai) and RRC at Jaipur and Udaipur Centre have been completed. This will facilitate members to have more accommodations in respective Guest Houses.

  5. To compile, collect, print and publish statistics professional record periodicals, etc; relating to any of the objectives of the Institute:
    • During the year 2011-12, four volumes of the ITPI Journal and four issues of Planners Newsletters were published.
    • Two special volumes of the Technical Papers on the occasion of the 60thNationalTown and Country Planners Congress along with a colorful Souvenir were published.
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