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Risk identification, analysis and mitigation of project risks, Role of Insurance in Risk Management. Unit 43: Construction Techniques & Equipment management: Introduction to construction operations, erection work, automation processes and special Equipments for Infrastructure Projects, Material Management: Material planning, accounting and material reconciliation. New trends and construction equipment of future. Planning and selection of equipments, for construction applications. Equipment procurement, purchase, import of equipment, procedural formalities for Import Operations Research in Construction Decision Theory, Game Theory, Linear Programming, Non linear programming Unit 44 – Facility Management: Need of special facility planning, introduction to types and design requirement, behavioural aspects, study of norms and international standards, and management in terms of resource planning. Reference books: 1. Fisk Edward (1997), Construction Project Administration, Prentice Hall 2. Gould Frederick,(2000) Construction Project Management, Prentice Hall 3. Joy P.K. (2008) Handbook of Construction Management, Macmillan Indian Ltd.
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12 PLANNING Unit 45 – Urban Planning & Housing: Origin ,evolution and contemporary developments in planning., Socio-economic & technological, impacts of growth of population; rural urban migration, Characteristics of the urban environment: Land uses, physical structure The interim and comprehensive plans: Structure Plan, Master Plan, Zonal Development Plan - their purpose and contents, Surveys, analyses and design methods and practices in comprehensive planning, Residential Areas : Neighborhood and Sector Planning, Planning of New Towns in India and abroad. Housing problems: Urbanization and Industrialization, Slums and squatters settlements - problems and possibilities, Residential layouts, housing densities, neighborhood unit, community facilities, Unit 46 Rural Planning: Sociology, Economics, Evolution of Planning, Rural Development, Research and Quantitative Methods, Government and Governance, Natural Resource Management, Rural Marketing, Rural Housing, Rural communications, Disaster Management, Social Infrastructure Planning, Regional Rural Development, Rural Management and Institutions, Development Finance, Rural Energy, Sustainable Development. Agronomy and Geo techniques, Cooperatives and Rural Management. Unit 47 – Infrastructure & Transportation Planning: Transportation systems; Land use- transportation interrelationships; transportation planning process; Traffic management., Recent innovations in technologies and its probable impacts, Transport policies and evaluation of transportation proposals, Water supply systems, Waste water disposal systems& Solid wastes collection and disposal, Reuse and recycle Techniques, Planning for urban electrical distribution system and communication systems,Economic feasibility tests.
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