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Theory: Concepts and types of infrastructure, Principles and practices of infrastructure planning at local, regional and national level (transportation, utilities, services, communications, etc.). The role of state and local governments and private interest groups in the infrastructure planning process. The use of demand modeling. Political, financial, public relations, legal, and environmental concerns. Public private partnership in infrastructure development. Practical: Detailed planning and designing of housing infrastructure such as water supply, sanitation and sewerage, roads and other social, economic and community infrastructures

Course Learning Outcomes

To introduce knowledge and skills related to physical infrastructure planning and management issues.

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