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Architecture, Town and Regional Planning

About the Department


The Department of Architecture, Town and Regional Planning at the Indian Institute of Engineering Science and Technology, Shibpur has a long and rich history. Shortly after Independence, in 1949, two sister Departments were established at the erstwhile Bengal Engineering College, that is, the Department of Architecture  headed by Mr G K Paknikar and the Department of Town and Regional Planning  headed by Mr Abani Kumar De. The former offered the first 5-Year undergraduate degree in architecture of the country (Bachelor of Architecture-B Arch), the latter offered the first 2-Year postgraduate diploma in town and regional planning of the country (Diploma in Town and Regional Planning-DTRP).

Later, in October 1952, the two Departments merged to form the Department of Architecture, Town and Regional Planning headed by Mr Joseph Allen Stein, the renowned American architect, who has left his indelible mark in the post-independence architecture of India. The DTRP programme subsequently became a full time course in Master of Town and Regional Planning (MTRP) from 1975.

In 2019, responding to the requirements of the present times, the postgraduate programme was upgraded as Master of Planning (specialization in Urban and Regional Planning).  This was done to broaden the horizon of the Department in terms of academics, research and students’ employment opportunities. 

Since its inception, the Department has graduated over one thousand graduate architects, more than three hundred postgraduate planners, spread all over the world.  In 2010, the first PhD Degree awardee graduated from the Department, and in last ten years around 20 PhD degrees were earned by researchers in the department.

In its first ever participation as an independent entity in the National Institutional Ranking Framework (NIRF) for Architecture, approved by the Ministry of Human Resource Development, the Department obtained the sixth position in India rankings 2020, from amongst 66 participating institutions and departments of architecture, an achievement we are proud of.

Vision & Mission


Vision:

The vision of the Department is to carry forward its legacy of sustainable and humane approach to the profession, rooted in responsible use of resources that is sensitive to the ethno-cultural diversity, in order to emerge as a Centre of Excellence in Architecture, Planning and Design Education in the country.

Mission:

Creating an academic environment that encourages independent, innovative and unprejudiced thinking in teaching and research, and attracts brilliant and motivated young minds, dynamic enough to embrace the challenges of the future. The Department has envisioned the following ways to carry forward its mission:

  1. Strengthening existing undergraduate, postgraduate and doctoral programmes offered by the Department.
  2. Developing infrastructure necessary that fosters existing academic programmes, helps in introducing new ones, and improves teaching-learning process, research activities and consultancy services.
  3. Introducing new specializations in Master of Planning and in Master of Architecture, keeping in consideration emerging research issues and requirement of specialized skills in profession.
  4. Undertaking research projects and consultancy services as a part of endeavour of enhancing professional footprint of the Department in the society, in collaboration with other academic institutions, industries and the central and state governments.

Academic Programs


# Title Duration Specializations Curriculum
1 Bachelor of Architecture (B. Arch.)
5 years

 

 

New Course Structure and Detailed Syllabi of courses offered - with effect from academic session 2019-'20

2 Bachelor of Architecture (B. Arch.)
5 years

Old Curricluar Structure and Detailed Syllabi of subjects - with effect from academic session 2012-'13

3 Master of Urban and Regional Planning (M.O.P)
2 years

Urban and Regional Planning

Course Structure & Syllabus 

4 Doctor of Philosophy (Ph. D.)

Research Areas


1 Architecture and Built-form
2 Bamboo as a Design Element
3 Building Information Modelling
4 Building Systems
5 Climate Change and Human Settlements
6 Computational Fluid Dynamics and Simulation Models in Urban Climate Research
7 Computer Aided Architecture
8 Critical Infrastructure Protection
9 Disaster Mitigation and Risk Reduction
10 Disaster Resilient Architecture
11 Earthquake Resilient Buildings
12 Environmental Planning and Management
13 History and Theory of Architecture
14 Housing and Human Settlement Planning
15 Infrastructure Planning
16 Intelligent Architecture
17 Rapid Visual Screening
18 Regional Planning and Development
19 Remote Sensing and Geographical Information System
20 Rural Planning and Development
21 Smart Cities
22 Thermal Comfort in Urban Environment
23 Thermal Performance and Energy Conservation in Buildings
24 Tourism Planning
25 Transportation Planning
26 Urban Conservation
27 Urban Design
28 Urban Ecology
29 Urban Governance
30 Urban Heat Island Studies
31 Urban Planning
32 Vernacular and Rural Architecture

Staff Members


Anjana Sengupta

Technical Assistant
Technical
anjanasenguptaa@yahoo.co.in

Keyarani Mandal

Technical Assistant
Technical
rani_mandal@rediffmail.com

Purnendu Bera

Senior Peon
Supportive

Ranu Dey

Senior Peon
Supportive

Sarbani Sarkar

Technical Assistant
Technical
sarkar_sarbani@rediffmail.com

Research Scholars


Abdulla-Al Mamun
Ph. D
mamunbesu@gmail.com

Research:
A multicriteria approach for rural road network planning in India using GIS

Supervisor: Subrata Kr. Paul

Aditee Prabhakar
Ph. D
aditeeprabhakar22@gmail.com
Supervisor: Aditya Bandyopadhyay

Anirban Hatial
Ph. D.
hatial.anirban.rs2016@arch.iiests.ac.in

Research:
An investigation into residential location choice patterns of urban poor

Supervisor: Arup Sarkar

Anubhav Chatterjee
Ph. D.
chat2bhavs@gmail.com

Research:
Development of an integrated framework for urban water sustainability

Supervisor: Swati Saha

Arpita Mukherjee
Ph. D.
mukherjeearpita800@gmail.com

Research:
Vulnerability analysis of urban populations living in areas at risk from proximity to high speed transportation corridors through a GIS based approach

Supervisor: Keya Mitra

Gouranga Mahapatra
Ph. D.
gourangamahapatra88@gmail.com

Research:
Making a model of sunrise industrial location: Case study - the state of West Bengal

Supervisor: Aditya Bandyopadhyay

Hari Kumar
Ph. D.
hari@geohaz.org

Research:
The Strategic Role of Mitigation Planning for Earthquake and Landslide Prone Indian Hill Towns: Case Study Aizawl

Supervisor: Keya Mitra

Kaushik Ghosh
Ph. D.
kaushik.gh@gmail.com

Research:
Sustainability study of assessment of urban waste treatment through phytoremediation: A system dynamic approach

Supervisor: Arup Sarkar

Kaustubh Das
Ph. D
kdas1975@yahoo.com

Research:
Acting smart: Towards evolving a sustainable urban model for the IT age

Supervisor: Aditya Bandyopadhyay

Manisha Bhor
Ph. D.
manishabhor7618@gmail.com

Research:
Studies for vulnerability assessment through composite index development: Case study in a multi-hazard prone district in West Bengal

Supervisor: Keya Mitra

Nasibul Alam
Ph. D
nasibalam11@gmail.com

Research:
Vulnerability assessment of settlements on Gangetic alluvial flood plain along changing river course: Case Study Malda and Murshidabad districts

Supervisor: Swati Saha

Parangam Sarma Bhatista
Ph. D.
psbasistha32@gmail.com

Research:
Quality of life of people around a protected wetland: A case of deepor beel, Ramsar site, Guwahati

Supervisor: Swati Saha

Rajarshi Ray
Ph. D
raray2810@gmail.com

Research:
Repositioning bamboo as a construction material: Study of joinery, finishes and perception

Supervisor: Parthasarathi Mukhopadhyay

Reshma Chakraborty
Ph. D.
chakrabortyreshma@gmail.com

Research:
Assessment of seismic vulnerability for the city of Kolkata

Supervisor: Keya Mitra

Ritabrata Ghosh
Ph. D
rg_bhu@yahoo.co.in

Research:
Formulation of an improved methodology of people’s participation in governmental housing programme for the poor in India

Supervisor: Aditya Bandyopadhyay

Rituparna Das
B. Tech. - M. Tech.
9805268002
dasrituparna20@gmail.com

Research:
Development of a spatial model examining housing transformation and gentrification

Supervisor: Arup Sarkar

Rituparna Pal
Ph. D.
rituparnapaul51@gmail.com
Supervisor: Souvanic Roy

Sankhanil Das
Ph. D.
arsankhanildas@gmail.com

Research:
Evaluating the safety aspects of urban public spaces in Indian metropolises: Case study of Kolkata

Supervisor: Keya Mitra
Co-Supervisor: Soumen Mitra

Sarbani Sarkar
Ph. D
sarbanisa@gmail.com
Supervisor: Aditya Bandyopadhyay

Shagufta Pal
Ph. D
shagufta.besu@gmail.com
Supervisor: Tuhin Subhra Maparu

Soumaya Kanti Ghosh
Ph. D
soumayakanti@gmail.com

Research:
Thermal Performance of Solid External Walls of Urban Buildings in Warm-Humid Climate

Supervisor: Parthasarathi Mukhopadhyay

Subha Chakraborty
M. Sc.
subha.gis@gmail.com

Research:
Assessing socio-ecological relationships along mangrove-dominated coastal stretches of North Andaman district, India

Supervisor: Swati Saha

Sumana Basack
Ph. D.
9234604901
sumana.basack@gmail.com

Research:
Study for Decision Making Framework to forecast the Operational Energy Consumption in Low Rise Residential Apartment Buildings in Composite Climate in India

Supervisor: Arup Sarkar

Sumanta Deb
Ph. D.
sumanta04@gmail.com

Research:
Optimization of Tenanting Decision Making in Planned Shopping Malls

Supervisor: Keya Mitra

Suranjana Choudhury
Ph. D
suranjanac@gmail.com

Research:
Informal paratransit in urban area of developing world

Supervisor: Souvanic Roy
Co-Supervisor: Soumen Mitra

Sutapa Joti
Ph. D.
arsutapa.joti@gmail.com

Research:
Earthquake Vulnerability Assessment of Buddhist Monasteries in Sikkim

Supervisor: Keya Mitra

Projects


  • 1 Role of Indigeneous Communities in Planning and Management of Protected Areas in Canada sponsored by Shastri Indo Canadian Institute
    Funding Agent: Shastri Indo Canadian Institute
    PI: PI

  • 2 Analysis of Village Clusters With Special Reference to Houses Built under the HUDCO Scheme of Assistance to Cyclone Affected Areas of Hasnabad, North 24 Pargana
    Funding Agent: Housing and Development Corporation ( HUDCO), Govt. of India
    PI: PI

  • 3 Riverfront Development Plan in the Central Business District of Kolkata sponsored by Development Consultants Ltd. Kolkata
    Funding Agent: Development Consultants Ltd. Kolkata
    PI: PI

  • 4 Conservation and Redevelopment of Crawford Market, Mumbai sponsored by Development Consultants Ltd. Kolkata
    Funding Agent: Development Consultants Ltd. Kolkata
    PI: PI

  • 5 Planning Strategy for a Heritage Town: Study of Murshidabad under In-house Research Scheme of Jadavpur University
    Funding Agent: In-house Research Scheme of Jadavpur University
    PI: PI

  • 6 Green Building for Guest House and Ancillary Infrastructure at Digha for Students Health Home
    Funding Agent: Students' Health Home, Kolkata
    PI: PI

  • 7 Study of Tenure Issues and Pilot Action Plan for Improving Tenure Security for the Urban Poor in Metropolitan Kolkata sponsored by DFID, UK
    Funding Agent: DFID, Govt. of UK
    PI: PI

  • 8 Planning and Management of Protected Areas in Thailand sponsored by Ford Foundation and coordinated by Asian Scholarship Foundation, Thailand
    Funding Agent: Ford Foundation coordinated by Asian Scholarship Foundation, Thailand
    PI: PI

  • 9 Comparative Study of Protected Area Governance in Southeast Asian Countries sponsored by Ford Foundation coordinated by Asian Scholarship Foundation, Thailand
    Funding Agent: Ford Foundation coordinated by Asian Scholarship Foundation, Thailand
    PI: PI

  • 10 Carrying Capacity Assessment and Strategic Plan for Bally Municipal Area sponsored by DFID, UK
    Funding Agent: DFID, Govt. of UK
    PI: PI

  • 11 Proposed New Town at Domjur, Howrah, for Howrah Improvement Trust
    Funding Agent: DFID, Govt. of UK
    PI: PI

  • 12 Draft Development Plan for Bally Municipal Area sponsored by DFID, UK
    Funding Agent: DFID, Govt. of UK
    PI: PI

  • 13 Howrah Development and Rejuvenation Plan for Howrah Improvement Trust sponsored by DFID, UK
    Funding Agent: DFID, Govt. of UK
    PI: PI

  • 14 Kolkata City Development Plan for Kolkata Municipal Corporation sponsored by DFID, UK
    Funding Agent: DFID, Govt. of UK
    PI: PI

  • 15 Eco- Development and Biodiversity Conservation: Case Study Sunderban Biosphere Reserve, West Bengal sponsored by Winrock International India
    Funding Agent: Winrock International India
    PI: PI

  • 16 Development of Decision Support System for Urban Planning in Darjeeling Hills, West Bengal sponsored by All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE), New Delhi
    Funding Agent: All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE), New Delhi
    PI: PI

  • 17 Integrated Cluster Action Plan for Shyamaprasad Mukherjee Rurban Mission in Hooghly District, West Bengal sponsored by Ministry of Rural Development, Govt of West Bengal
    Funding Agent: Ministry of Rural Development, Govt of West Bengal
    PI: Co-PI

  • 18 Slum Free City Plan of Action (SFCPoA) at Korba under Rajiv Awas Yojana ( RAY), Govt. of India sponsored by Stesalit Ltd.
    Funding Agent: Stesalit Ltd.
    PI: PI

  • 19 Master Plan for ISI, Tejpur Centre for Indian Statistical Institute (ISI), Calcutta
    Funding Agent: Indian Statistical Institute (ISI), Calcutta
    PI: PI

  • 20 Smart City Development Plan for Haldia sponsored by Haldia Municipality
    Funding Agent: Haldia Municipality
    PI: PI

  • 21 Policy and Design Proposal for Heritage Walk in the Historic Core of Serampore sponsored by National Museum of Denmark
    Funding Agent: National Museum of Denmark
    PI: PI

  • 22 Listing, Assessment and Grading of Heritage Buildings in Serampore’s Historic Core sponsored by National Museum of Denmark
    Funding Agent: National Museum of Denmark
    PI: Co -PI

  • 23 Integrated Conservation and Development Plan for the Historic Core of Danish Serampore, West Bengal sponsored by National Museum of Denmark
    Funding Agent: National Museum of Denmark
    PI: PI

  • 24 Comparative Appraisal of Thermal Performance of Traditional (Assam or Ikra Type) and Emerging Housing Typologies and Upgradation of Traditional Prototypes for Improved Thermal Behaviour in Different Sub-Climatic Zones of Northeastern India
    Funding Agent: DST, Govt. of India
    PI: PI

  • 25 UKRI GCRF Living Deltas Hub sponsored by UKRI-RCUK and coordinated by Newcastle University, UK
    Funding Agent: UKRI-RCUK
    PI: PI

  • 26 Design and Construction of 668 Telephones Exchange and RLU Building, Shibpur, Howrah
    Funding Agent: Calcutta Telephones, BSNL
    PI: Prof. C. L. Chakraborty, Prof. Arup Sarkar, Prof. Ashok Dey

  • 27 Renovation of Town Hall, Howrah
    Funding Agent: Howrah Municipal Corporation
    PI: Prof. Arup Sarkar. Prof. Swati Saha

  • 28 Renovation of Kedarnath Arogya Niketan, Bali, Howrah
    Funding Agent: Howrah Municipal Corporation
    PI: Prof. Arup Sarkar, Prof Swati Saha

  • 29 Renovation of Writers' Building, Kolkata
    Funding Agent: Government of West Bengal
    PI: Prof. Arup Sarkar

  • 30 Preparation of DDP for Gayeshpur Municipality
    Funding Agent: Gayeshpur Municipality
    PI: Prof. Aditya Bandyopadhyay, Prof. Arup Sarkar, Dr. Amitava Roy

  • 31 Preparation of DDP for Dumdum Municipality
    Funding Agent: Dumdum Municipality
    PI: Prof. Aditya Bandyopadhyay, Prof. Arup Sarkar, Dr. Amitava Roy

  • 32 Preparation of Base Line Survey and prepare Heritage Development Plan inclusive of LUDCP and Heritage Management Plan on Proposed Nabadwip Heritage Town, Consultancy Ongoing
    Funding Agent: Government of West Bengal
    PI: Prof. Aditya Bandyopadhyay, Prof Arup Sarkar

  • 33 ICAP for four clusters of HOOGHLY DIstrict WEST BENGAL
    Funding Agent: Ministry of Panchayat and Rural Development Govt. of West Bengal under Rurbern Mission Govt. of India
    PI: Dr. Swati Saha

  • 34 Serampore Heritage Documentation and Proposal for Development of Heritage Walk
    Funding Agent: National Museum of Denmark, Copenhegen, Denmark
    PI: Subrata Kr. Paul
    Consultants: Souvanic Roy, Soumen Mitra, Ruchira Das

  • 35 Development of Public Transport System Planning Method for Incremental Growth of Small and Medium Cities of Eastern and North Eastern States
    Funding Agent: Department of Science and Technology, Government of India
    PI: Prof. Sudip Kr. Roy
    Consultants: Dr. Subrata Kr. Paul

  • 36 Development of a Decision Support System for Planning of Capital Intensive Transportation Links (Bridges and Tunnels) in the North-Eastern Region Based on Utility and Network Robustness Criteria
    Funding Agent: Department of Science and Technology, Government of India
    PI: Subrata Kr. Paul
    Consultants: Soumen Mitra

  • 37 Comparative Appraisal of Thermal Performance of Traditional (Assam/Ikra Type) and Emerging Housing Typologies and Upgradation of Traditional Prototypes for Improved Thermal Behaviour in Different Sub-Climatic Zones of North-eastern India
    Funding Agent: Department of Science and Technology, Government of India
    PI: Prof. Souvanic Roy
    Consultants: Dr. Soumen Mitra, Dr. Subrata Kr Paul

  • 38 Development of Operational Strategies for E-Rickshaws for Improving Air Quality on Roads in Urban Areas of West Bengal
    Funding Agent: Department of Science and Technology, Government of West Bengal
    PI: Dr. Pritam Saha
    Consultants: Dr. Soumen Mitra

  • 39 Development of a weighted index model for site suitability assessment for flood prone urban areas of West Bengal - A remote sensing and GIS approach
    Funding Agent: All India Council for Technical Education
    PI: Arup Sarkar

  • 40 Monitoring and Mapping of Wetlands of East Calcutta with Multi-Temporal Remote Sensing Data and GIS Approach
    Funding Agent: Department of Science and Technology, Government of India
    PI: Arup Sarkar

  • 41 Proposed Development Plan of Eastern Side of Eastern Metropolitan Bye Pass, Salt Lake, Calcutta
    Funding Agent: CMDA
    PI: Aditya Bandyopadhyay

  • 42 Study on Identification of Counter magnets to National Capital Region
    Funding Agent: National Capital Regional Planning Board
    PI: Aditya Bandyopadhyay

  • 43 Pilot Project to derive information and Data Structure for Planning in Tribal Areas
    Funding Agent: National Informatics Centre
    PI: Aditya Bandyopadhyay

  • 44 Traffic and Transportation Survey for NOIDA
    Funding Agent: New Okhla Industrial Development Authority
    PI: Aditya Bandyopadhyay

  • 45 Planning Work for New Town at Rajarhat
    Funding Agent: Planning Work for New Town at Rajarhat
    PI: Aditya Bandyopadhyay

  • 46 Preparation of Development Plan for Labhpur
    Funding Agent: Birbhum Zilla Parishad, West Bengal
    PI: Aditya Bandyopadhyay

  • 47 Preparation of District Development Plan for Howrah District
    Funding Agent: Office of the District Magistrate, Howrah
    PI: Aditya Bandyopadhyay

  • 48 Development of Information Technology Based Approached for formulation of National Human Settlement Development Policy for INDIA
    Funding Agent: AICTE
    PI: Aditya Bandyopadhyay

  • 49 Preparation of Draft Development Plan for Dumdum Municipal Area
    Funding Agent: KUSP
    PI: Aditya Bandyopadhyay

  • 50 Preparation of Draft Development Plan for Gayeshpur Municipal Area
    Funding Agent: KUSP
    PI: Aditya Bandyopadhyay

  • 51 Preparation of Base Line Survey and prepare Heritage Development Plan inclusive of LUDCP and Heritage Management Plan on Proposed Nabadwip Heritage Town
    Funding Agent: Urban Development & Municipal Affairs Department, Govt. of West Bengal
    PI: Aditya Bandyopadhyay

  • Publications


  • 1 Narendr, A.; Das, S.; Shivamurthy,V. & Aithal, B.H., Adaptive capacity assessment for a flood vulnerable region through land use modelling and socio economic and physical indicators, 3(2), 107-119, Journal of Environmental Informatics Letters, 2020
  • 2 Sarmah,T.; Das, S.; Narendr, A. & Aithal, B.H., Assessing human vulnerability to urban flood hazard using the analytic hierarchy process and geographic information system, 50, 101659, International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction, 2020
  • 3 Maparu, T. S., & Mazumder, T. N., Investigating causality between transport infrastructure and urbanization: A state-level study of India (1991–2011), Accepted (DOI: 10.1016/j.tranpol.2020.03.008), Transport Policy (Elsevier), 2020
  • 4 Kaushik Ghosh, Arup Sarkar, Sustainability Study of In-situ Hydroponic Vetiver System for Urban Wastewater Management in Developing Countries: A Theoretical Review, Volume 17 (4), Page (97-103), Asian Journal of Water, Environment and Pollution, 2020
  • 5 Chakraborty, S., Sahoo, S., Majumdar, D., Saha, S., & Roy, S., Future Mangrove Suitability Assessment of Andaman to strengthen sustainable development, 234, 597-614, Journal of Cleaner Production, 2019
  • 6 SubhaChakraborty, SatiprasadSahoo, DebaleenaMajumdar, Swati Saha, SouvanicRoy, Future Mangrove Suitability Assessment of Andaman to strengthen sustainable development, Volume 234, 597-614, Journal of Cleaner Production, 2019
  • 7 Majumdar D, Chakraborty S, Saha S, Datta D, Geospatial analysis of the effects of tsunami on coral and mangrove ecosystems of Mayabunder in Andaman Islands, Indi, 67, 1-10, Brazilian Journal of Oceanography, 2019
  • 8 Sumana Basack, Arup Sarkar, BIM Framework for Operational Energy Assessment in Composite Climate at Early Design Stage, March 2019, pp. 22-27, BUILDING ENGINEER, 2019
  • 9 Nag, D., Paul, S. K., Saha, S., & Goswami, A. K., Sustainability assessment for the transportation environment of Darjeeling, India, 213, 489-502, Journal of environmental management, 2018
  • 10 Sarmah. T. & Das, S., Earthquake vulnerability assessment for RCC buildings of Guwahati city using Rapid Visual Screening, 212, 214-221, Procedia Engineering, 2018
  • 11 Das, S. & Mukhopashyay, P., Multi-hazard disaster resilient housing with bamboo-based system, 212, 937-945, Procedia Engineering, 2018
  • 12 Sarmah, T. & Das, S., Urban flood mitigation planning for Guwahati: A case of Bharalu basin, 206, 1155-1165, Journal of Environmental Management, 2018
  • 13 Tathagata Chatterji, Souvanic Roy, How Indian Cities are Squeezing the People out of Public Spaces:, The Wire.in, 2018
  • 14 Tathagata Chatterji, Souvanic Roy, The National Urban Policy Is a Great Opportunity for Course-Correction, The Wire.in, 2018
  • 15 Tathagata Chatterji, Souvanic Roy, Envisioning a Humane Urban Policy for India, The Wire.in, 2018
  • 16 Nilanjan Sengupta, Souvanic Roy , Himadri Guha, Assessing embodied GHG emission reduction potential of cost-effective technologies for construction of residential buildings of Economically Weaker Section in India, volume 19, 139-156, Asian Journal of Civil Engineering, 2018
  • 17 Sumana Basack, Arup Sarkar, Evaluation of Correction Factor in Quasi-Steady-State Method for Assessment of Operational Cooling – Impact of Orientation on Window, Wall and Floor Area, September 2018, pp. 26-30, BUILDING ENGINEER, 2018
  • 18 Das, S., and Mukhopadhyay, P., Multi-hazard disaster resilient housing with bamboo-based system, 212, 937-945, Procedia Engineering, Elsevier, 2018
  • 19 Arup Sarkar, La nouvelle donne de l’urbanisme, (Tran. Fr.: The new paradigm of urbanism in India), n° 68, Février, pp. 62-63, France Forum, 2018
  • 20 Dipanjan Nag, Subrata Kr. Paul, Swati Saha, Arkopal K. Goswami, Sustainablity Assessment for the Transportation Environment of Darjeeling, India, 213, Page (489-502), Journal of Environmental Management (Elsevier), 2018
  • 21 Arup Sarkar, New Indian Urbanism: Emerging Issues on Sustainability and Urban Ecology, 7 (3), pp. 381-386, European Journal of Sustainable Development, 2018
  • 22 Maparu, T. S., & Mazumder, T. N., Transport infrastructure, economic development and urbanization in India (1990–2011): Is there any causal relationship?, 100, 319-336, Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice (Elsevier), 2017
  • 23 De, B. and Mukherjee, M., Optimizing Street Canyon Orientation for Rajarhat Newtown, Kolkata, India, 21(1), 5-17, Environmental and Climate Technologies, ISSN-2255-8837, 2017
  • 24 De, B. and Mukherjee, M., Optimisation of canyon orientation and aspect ratio in warm-humid climate: Case of Rajarhat Newtown, India, Urban Climate. Elsevier, (April), ISSN- 2212-0955, 2017
  • 25 Mukhopadhyay, P. and Dutta, S. C., Rapid visual screening of earthquake-susceptible buildings, 170(2), 74-81, Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers – Municipal Engineer, ICE, 2017
  • 26 Das, S. & Bokshi, S., Sustainable waste water treatment in developing countries: a case study of IIT Kharagpur campus, 98(1-2), 127–134, Journal of the Institution of Engineers India: Series A., 2017
  • 27 Souvanic Roy, Tathagata Chatterji, Post-industrial Urban Transformation in a Transitional Metropolis: Implications for Housing Rights and Environmental Justice in Industrial Slum Tenements in Urban Core, Research Monograph on "Cities, Rural Migrants and Urban Poor: Issues of Violence & Social Justice: The Ordinary City and Exploration of an Urban Future " by Mahanirban Calcutta Research Group, 2017
  • 28 Sukanya Ghosh, Souvanic Roy, Manas Kr. Sanyal, Soft System Methodology as a Tool to Understand Issues of Governmental Affordable Housing Programme of India: A Case Study Approach, 97(3), 343-354, Journal of Institute of Engineers of India, 2016
  • 29 Souvanic Roy, Tathagata Chatterjee, From Margin to Mainstream: Informal Street Vendors and Local Politics in Kolkata, India, L'Espace Politique (Online),29/2016-2, 2016
  • 30 Souvanic Roy, The Smart City Paradigm in India: Issues and Challenges of Sustainability and Inclusiveness, 44(5-6), 29-48, Social Scientist, 2016
  • 31 Sukanya Ghosh, Souvanic Roy, Manas Kr. Sanyal, Applicability of Soft System Methodology in Problem Analysing in the Field of Affordable Housing, 17(1), 51-62, Shelter, 2016
  • 32 Subrata Kr. Paul, Souvanic Roy, Tourism based Heritage Conservation in Murshidabad: An Appraisal, Journal of Heritage Tourism, Taylor and Francis, 2016
  • 33 Das, S., Gupta, M. & Bose, S., Assessing the need of adaptive changes for emerging NORCs in urban India, 4(1), 115-132, Creative Space, 2016
  • 34 Subrata Kumar Paul, Souvanic Roy, Tourism based heritage conservation in Murshidabad: An appraisa, 1747-6631, Journal of Heritage Tourism [ISSN 1743-873X (Print), (Online)], Routledge, Taylor and Francis, 2016
  • 35 Soumen Mitra, Souvanic Roy, B. P. Mukhopadhyay, Susanta Chaudhuri, D.B. Bhattacharya, A Multi-Criteria based Methodology for Mapping of Landslide Rick Zones for Urban Planning Guidelines: Case Study Darjeeling Town, Eastern Himalayas, India, 36 (2), 76-101, Urban India, 2016
  • 36 Sumana Basack, Arup Sarkar, Early Decision Support for Operational Energy Assessment in Multifamily Residential Apartments - Impact of Change in Orientation, Volume 13, Issue 6 Ver. VII, pp. 15-24, IOSR Journal of Mechanical and Civil Engineering, 2016
  • 37 Sumana Basack, Arup Sarkar, Early Decision Support Simulations for Operational Energy Assessment: A Literature Study, 42(4), pp. 165-170, International Journal of Engineering Trends and Technology, 2016
  • 38 Mukhopadhyay, P. and Dutta, S. C., Investigating Compressive and Cleavage Strengths of an Indian Bamboo Species, 27(9), 06014029-1-8, Journal of Materials in Civil Engineering, ASCE. ISSN: 0899-1561, 2015
  • 39 Dutta, S. C., Mukhopadhyay, P. S., Saha, R. and Nayak, S., 2011 Sikkim Earthquake at Eastern Himalayas: Lessons learnt from performance of structures, 75, 121-129, Soil Dynamics and Earthquake Engineering, Elsevier. ISSN: 0267-7261, 2015
  • 40 Mitra, S., Guha Niyogi, J., Guha Niyogi, A., Methodology for Deciding Route-Specific Appropriate Transit Modes based on Stakeholders’ Utility Values: Applicability in Indian Cities, 39(2), 60-75, Indian Journal of Transport Management, 2015
  • 41 Sarkar, S, Das, S. and Bose, S. , Low-rise residences in Kolkata, 80(1), 23-25, Journal of the Indian Institute of Architects, 2015
  • 42 Das, S., Reviewing adoptability potential of green building policies of India, 2(1), 1-10, International  Journal  of Architecture and Infrastructure Planning, 2015
  • 43 Souvanic Roy, Manas Kr. Sanyal, Sustainable Slum Improvement Models: Ban Mankong in Thailand and PRODEL in Nicaragua, 7(12), 23-28, TerraGreen, 2015
  • 44 Das, S., Lighting and health of building occupants: A case of Indian IT offices, 109 (9), 1573-1580, Current Science, 2015
  • 45 Souvanic Roy, Smart City: Utopia and Reality, The Statesman 13th and 14th July,2015, 2015
  • 46 Souvanic Roy, Smart Cities-India’s New Urban Agenda? Proceedings of the International Symposium on “Urban Quest South Asia”, 27-39, South Asia Urban Forum, Colombo,Sri Lanka, 2015
  • 47 De, B. and Mukherjee, M., Strategies and Challenges for Energy Efficient Retrofitting: Study of the Empire State Building, 94(4), 251–256, Journal of the Institution of Engineers (India): Series A, 2014
  • 48 Chakraborty, B. & Das, S., MGNREGA and sustainability issue of rural built-up structures in India, 19(2), 33–50, Journal of  Construction in Developing Countries, 2014
  • 49 Choudhury, R.S. & Das, S., Identification of KPIs of security management for thermal power plants, 9(2), 150-171, Journal of Applied Security Research, 2014
  • 50 Das, S., Scope for facility upgradation in out-patient department of public sector medical college hospitals, 29(1), 35-50, Nicmar Journal of Construction Management, 2014
  • 51 Sanyal, A.P., Bhattacharya, S.P. and Das, S., Cost and schedule overrun in infrastructure projects: The Indian scenario, 9 (1), 32-38, Abacus, 2014
  • 52 Maparu, T. S., & Mazumder, T. N., Test for causality and long-run relationship between transport infrastructure and economic development in India, 2(4), 66-77, Interdisciplinary Journal of Management and Behavioural Sciences, 2013
  • 53 Mitra, K., Ailawadi, S., Rai, D.C., Initiatives in Educating Future Architects in Earthquake Resistant Design Practices., 84(5), 820-828, Seismological Research Letters,, 2013
  • 54 Dutta, S. C., Mukhopadhyay, P., and Goswami, K., Augmenting Strength of Collapsed Unreinforced Masonry Junctions: Principal Damage Feature of Walls Damaged by Moderate Indian Earthquakes, 14(4), 281–285, Natural Hazards Review, ASCE. ISSN: 1527-6998, 2013
  • 55 Mitra, S. and Guha Niyogi, J., Assessing Critical Trip Lengths of Commuters for Selecting Transit over Personal Modes - Case Application: Medium Sized Indian Cities, 37(3), 175-194, Indian Journal of Transport Management, 2013
  • 56 Das, S., Construction site fire: Review of risk factors and recommendations for mitigation, 2(1), 13-19, The Asian Review of Civil Engineering, 2013
  • 57 Das, S., Book Review: Construction science and materials, Surinder Virdi, Wiley-Blackwell, West Sussex, UK, 2012, 28(4), 502-503, Material & Manufacturing Processes, 2013
  • 58 Maparu, T. S., & Pandit, D., Bus route merging and frequency setting methodology for bus rapid transit trunk corridor: A case study of Kolkata, 16(2), 16-37, SPACE: The SPA Journal of Planning and Architecture, 2012
  • 59 Mukherjee, M. and De, B, One More Chance, 12 (5), Architecture Time Space and People, 2012
  • 60 Rai, D.C., Mondal, G., Singhal, V., Parool, N., Pradhan, T & Mitra, K, The M 6.9 Sikkim (India–Nepal Border) earthquake of 18 September 2011, 102, Current Science, ISSN 0011-3891, 2012
  • 61 Mukhopadhyay, P., and Dutta, S. C., Strongest Cyclone of the New Millennium in the Bay of Bengal: Strategy of RVS for Nonengineered Structures, 13(2), 97-105, Natural Hazards Review, ASCE. ISSN: 1527-6998, 2012
  • 62 Mamun A., Mitra S., A Methodology for Assessing Tourism Potential: Case Study Murshidabad District, West Bengal, India, 2(9), 1-8, International Journal of Scientific and Research Publication, 2012
  • 63 Mitra S., Guha Niyogi J., A Quick Assessment Technique to Determine Profitability in Private City-Bus-Services - Case Study Kolkata-Howrah Urban Area, India, 2(4), 383-389, International Journal of Research in Management and Technology, ISSN: 2249-9563, 2012
  • 64 Mukhopadhyay B.P., Roy S., Chaudhuri S., Mitra S., Influence of Geological Parameters on Landslide Vulnerability Zonation of Darjeeling Town, in Eastern Himalayas, 4(2), 145-164, Asian Journal of Environment and Disaster Management (AJEDM), 2012
  • 65 Das, S., Assessing human factor for intelligent buildings Using post occupancy evaluation, 2(4), 51-56, Bonfring International Journal of Industrial. Engineering. & Management Science, 2012
  • 66 Bhabani P. Mukhopadhyay, Souvanic Roy, Susanta Chaudhuri, Soumen Mitra, Influence of Geological Parameters on Landslide Vulnerability Zonation in Darjeeling Town in Eastern Himalayas, Volume 4 Number 2, 27-46, Asian Journal of Environment and Disaster Management (AJEDM), 2012
  • 67 Das, S., Evaluation of thermal performance of a typical office building using TBP approach, 6(2), 54-61, Abacus, 2011
  • 68 Das S. & Chew M.Y.L., Generic method of grading building defects using FMECA to improve maintainability decisions, 25(6), 522-533, Journal of Performance of Constructed  Facilities, 2011
  • 69 Mitra, S., Paul, S K., Roy, S., Fusion Elements in Provincial Style of Islamic Architecture in Medieval Bengal, 6(1), ABACUS, 2011
  • 70 Roy, S., Mitra, S., Sanyal, M.K., ‘Aila’ – the cyclone disaster in Sunderban and the possibilities of rehabilitative planning for affected communities, Working Paper Series 31, Series IV – Securing Rights of Forced Displacees through Global Obligations, Universal Declarations and Local Means, Aichi Gakuin University, Japan, 2011
  • 71 Soumen Mitra, Subrata Kr. Paul, Souvanic Roy, Fusion Elements in Provincial Style of Islamic Architecture in Medieval Bengal, 6(1), ABACUS (A Bi-Annual Internationally Refereed Journal on Architecture, Conservation and Urban Studies), ISSN: 0973-8339, 2011
  • 72 Subrata Kumar Paul, A Network Utility Based Approach for Deciding Bridge Location in Urban Areas, 2(2), International Journal of Civil Engineering Applications Research(IJCEAR), ISSN:2249-653X, 2011
  • 73 Maparu, T. S., & Pandit, D., A methodology for selection of bus rapid transit corridors: A case study of Kolkata, 7(4), 21-36, Institute of Town Planners India (ITPI) Journal, 2010
  • 74 Mukhopadhyay, P., Goswami, K., Chatterjee, P., Mandal, U., Bala, S., and Dutta, S. C., An attempt towards modeling the behaviour of masonry element under lateral loading with limited experimental verification, 40(1), 1-23, The Bridge and Structural Engineer, ING-IABSE, 2010
  • 75 Das S., Chew M.Y.L. & Poh K.L., Multi-criteria decision analysis in building maintainability using analytical hierarchy process, 28(10), 1466-1433, Construction Management and Economics, 2010
  • 76 Das, S., Development of preservative treatments for Goan Laterite block masonry, 4(2), 61-70, Abacus, 2009
  • 77 Das S., Poh K.L. & Chew M.Y.L., Standardizing FM knowledge acquisition when information is inadequate, 27(7/8), 315-330, Facilities, 2009
  • 78 Mukhopadhyay, P., and Dutta, S. C., Performance of Sidr affected a Few Typical Non-engineered Buildings at the Ganges Delta, 96(1), 10-19, IABSE Symposium Report, IABSE, 2009
  • 79 Das, S., Contemporary maritime forts of Asia and America: A comparison, Aug 2009, 42-46, Architecture- Time Space & People, 2009
  • 80 Mukhopadhyay, P., Role of bamboo in seismic architecture, 22(2), 102-106, Indian Architect and Builder, Jasubhai Media. ISSN: 0971-5509, 2008
  • 81 Mukhopadhyay, P., Planning for primary education in Bally Municipality, West Bengal: The KUSP experience, 5(3), 27-42, ITPI Journal, Institute of Town Planners, India. ISSN: 0537-9679, 2008
  • 82 Mukhopadhyay, P., Mukhopadhyay, R., and Sarkar, B. L., Flood and storm resistant two-storied bamboo house on stilts: Reporting of first trial unit at the Building Centre of Birati, West Bengal, 12(3), 39-44, Thought - a socio-technical round-up, FOSET, 2008
  • 83 Chew M.Y.L., DeSilva N., Tan P.P. & Das S., Grading of risk parameters for facade maintainability, 7(3), 77-87, Int. J. of Architectural Science, 2008
  • 84 Chew M.Y.L. & Das S., Building. grading systems: Review of state of the art, 50(1), 2-12, Architectural Science Review, 2008
  • 85 Arup Sarkar, Aditya Bandyopadhyay, Amitava Roy, Participatory Planning Process: The KUSP Model of West Bengal, Vol .4, No. 4, pp. 56-60, Journal of Institute of Town Planners’ India, 2007
  • 86 Mukhopadhyay, P., Performance of buildings during earthquake - configurational aspects., 88(27), 13-17, Journal of the Institution of Engineers (India), Architectural Engineering Division, IE(I). ISSN: 0257-344X, 2007
  • 87 Das, S., Laterite monuments of India, 77, 15-18, Construction History Society UK Newsletter, 2007
  • 88 Das S., Techniques and technologies for enhancing total building performance at the project development stage, 88 (3), 25-30, Journal of Institution of Engineers (India): Series A, 2007
  • 89 Swati Saha, An integrated approach for the development of tourism around Digha - Workshop on Development of Digha, Digha Development Authority, 2003, 2003
  • 90 Arup Sarkar, An Alternative Approach Towards Making Cities Safer: An Agenda for Action, Vol. XXXIII, No 2, April-June, pp. 42-50, Nagarlok (Urban Affairs Quarterly), 2001
  • 91 Arup Sarkar, Planning At Municipal Level: A GIS Approach, Vol. LXXI, No. 1-2, Jan-June, pp. 21-26, Quarterly Issue of All India Institute of Local Self Government, 2001
  • 92 Mukhopadhyay, P., Engineering and technological education in West Bengal at the cross roads of a new millennium, 4(2), 15-23, Thought – a socio-technical round-up, FOSET, 2000
  • 93 Swati Saha, Role of industrial resurgence in achieving decentralized urbanization pattern, B.E. College & ITPI, 1997, 1997
  • 94 Swati Saha, Environmental quality determinant of new settlement morphology for an existing metropolis - Case Study of Kolkata, Environmental studies, School of Planning & Architecture, New Delhi, 1997, 1997
  • 95 Arup Sarkar, Towards a Comprehensive Town & Regional Planning Legislation in the States, LXVI, No.1 Jan-Mar, pp. 10-15, Journal of the All India Institute of Local Self Government, 1995
  • 96 Swati Saha, Planning for environ in a metropolis-A case study of Kolkata, ITPI Journal on the occasion of 39th National seminar, Kolkata, 1991
  • 1 Subha Chakraborty, Debaleena Majumdar, Satiprasad Sahoo, Swati Saha, Investigating the Influence of Climate Change on Social-Ecological System along Mangrove-Coral Dominated Coastal Stretch of Andaman, 0, 67-68, Water, Energy, and Environmental Sustainability (WEES 2020), 2020
  • 2 Anubhav Chatterjee, Swati Saha, SCIENTIFIC AND SUSTAINABLE SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM, 0, 93, Water, Energy, and Environmental Sustainability (WEES 2020), 2020
  • 3 Chakraborty S., Majumdar D., Datta D., Saha S, Depletion Of Mangrove Ecosystem Due To Climate Change: A Case Study Of North Andaman, India, 171, International Conferences on Climate Change Impacts, Vulnerabilities, and Adaptation: Emphasis on India and Neighborhood, 2019
  • 4 Maparu, T. S., & Mazumder, T. N., Investigating causality between transport infrastructure and urbanization: A state-level study of India (1991-2011), 15th World Conference on Transport Research: WCTR 2019 (Mumbai, India), 2019
  • 5 Bakary F. Nije, Arup Sarkar, Sustainable transit options for small towns - A case of Purulia town in India, 12th All India People's Technology Congress (FOSET), 2019
  • 6 Sarmah, T. & Das, S., Linking hazards of landslide and urban flood in North-East Himalayan region, 4thWCDM: 4th World congress on Disaster management, Bombay, India., 2019
  • 7 Narendr, A., Das, S. & Aithal, B.H., Adaptive capacity assessment of a region against flood vulnerability using GIS and remote sensing, 4thWCDM: 4th World Congress on Disaster management, Bombay, India, 2019
  • 8 Das, S., Infrastructural requirement of OPD areas in Indian govt. medical college hospitals: Medical professionals’ perspective, Int. Conf. on Public Health and Well-being 2019, Negombo, Sri Lanka, 2019
  • 9 Das, S. & Sarmah, T., Determining building vulnerability against urban flood using rapid visual screening, 49th Annual Meeting of the Urban Affairs Association (UAA), Los Angeles, USA., 2019
  • 10 Sarmah, T. & Das, S., Determining urban flood vulnerability using an indicator based approach., 55th International Society of City and Regional Planners (ISOCARP) World Planning Congress, Jakarta-Bogor, Indonesia, 2019
  • 11 Sarmah, T. & Das, S., The state-of-the-art review of vulnerability indices: with a special focus on urban flood, 2nd World Bosai Forum (WBF)/ Int. Disaster & Risk Conf. (IDRC), Sendai, Japan, 2019
  • 12 Mishra, P. S., Maparu, T. S., & Muhuri, S., Evaluation of ‘Architectural and Aesthetic Value’ of Built Heritage: A Comparison of Weightage Methods, International Conference on Future Cities: ICFC 2019 (Roorkee, India), 2019
  • 13 Chakraborty S.,Saha S.,Majumdar D., Datta D, Long Term Dynamics of Mangrove Forest in Andaman, India, 56, Geomatics in Civil Engineering’ Book Abstract, pp 56, 5-6 April 2018, 2018
  • 14 Chakraborty S.,Saha S.,Majumdar D., Datta D, Monitoring mangrove forest dynamics of Andaman, India from 1988-2018, 4th International Seminar “Population, Urbanization and Environment: Contemporary Issues and Challenges, 2018
  • 15 Majumdar D., Datta D., Chakraborty S.,Saha S, Anthropogenic and Seismological impacts on Coastal Ecosystem of Andaman during 2000-2017, 4th International Seminar “Population, Urbanization and Environment: Contemporary Issues and Challenges, 2018
  • 16 Sutapa Joti and Keya Mitra, Seismic Retrofitting Strategy of the Historic Monasteries in Sikkim, India, after the 2011 M 6.9 Sikkim Earthquake, ISSN: 2386-8198 (printed), Rehabend 2018, Euro-American Congress on Construction Pathology, Rehabilitation Technology and Heritage Management, 2018
  • 17 Saxena, P. & Das, S., Analysis of energy saving potential of a residential building complex using Energy Conservation Building Code 2017, 6th Arch. & Civil Engg (ACE) Conference, Singapore, 2018
  • 18 Das, S., Do we practice what we preach? - Energy education vs. energy behavior in Indian higher educational institutes, 2nd Int. Conf. on Green Urbanism, Rome Italy, 2018
  • 19 De, B. and Mukherjee, M., Determining Optimal Orientation for a Residential Neighbourhood in Warm Humid Climate, International Conference on Sustainable Built Environment- Feb 2-5, 2017 at IIT Roorkee, India., 2017
  • 20 Sarmah, T & Das, S., Urban flood disaster assessment for Guwahati city, WIEZ 2017: Int. Symp. on Water Urbanism in Eco-sensitive Zones, Kolkata, India., 2017
  • 21 Gupta, M., Das, S. & Bose, S., Analysis of mobility and shared infrastructure of urban NORCs - A case of Kolkata government housing, SBE2016: Sustainable Built Environment – II: Dialogues on Smart Built Environments, Roorkee, India, 2017
  • 22 Das, S. & Baro, R., Evaluation of causes of construction waste in residential building projects: A case study of Kolkata, CITC-9: 9th Int Conf. on Constr. in the 21st Century, Dubai, 2017
  • 23 Chowdhuri, S., Mitra, S., Roy, S., User’s Perception of Increasing Operations of Electric Rickshaw (Toto) Service Case of Uttarpara, India,, CODATU XVII, Hyderabad (Urban Mobility India Conference and Expo), 2017
  • 24 Alam, N., Saha, S., Mitra, S., Changing courses of river Ganga and associated rural vulnerability in Murshidabad district, West Bengal, International Seminar and 48th Regional Science Conference, Tripura, 2017
  • 25 Maparu, T. S., & Mazumder, T. N., Exploring the relationship between transport infrastructure and economic development in India (1991-2011): A panel cointegration and causality test approach, 14th World Conference on Transport Research: WCTR 2016 (Shanghai, China), 2016
  • 26 De, B. and Mukherjee, M., Impact of Canyon Design on Thermal Comfort in Warm Humid Cities: A Case of Rajarhat- Newtown, Kolkata, Fourth International Conference on Countermeasures to Urban Heat Island- May 30- June 1, 2016 at National University of Singapore, Singapore., 2016
  • 27 Mukherjee, M., Roy, U. K., Biswas, A., Arora, K., De, B. and Srivastava, A., Changing paradigms of Affordable Housing in Independent India, 12–28, 3rd Residential Building Design & Construction Conference - March 2-3, 2016 at Penn State, University Park PHRC, 2016
  • 28 Jain, S.K., Brzev, S., Basu, D., Rai, D.C. and Mitra, K., Confined Masonry Construction for Improved Seismic Safety of Buildings in India, International Conference on Emerging Building Materials and Construction Technologies, New Delhi, March 21-22, 2016. Building Materials and Technology Promotion Council, Ministry of Housing and Urban , 2016
  • 29 Souvanic Roy, Climate Proofing of Indian Cities: Need for Paradigm Shift in Urban Development, 34-46, Proceedings of the International Symposium on “Livable Habitat and Sustainable Infrastructure: A Key to Smart Growth” published by IIT, Kharagpur, 2016
  • 30 Mohanta, S. & Das, S., BIM as facilities management tool: A review, ICSBE2016: International Conference on Sustainable Built Environment, Kandy, Sri Lanka, 2016
  • 31 Mitra, S., Roy, S., Paul, S.K., Rehabilitative Planning Strategy for Sustainable Development of Vulnerable Communities in Indian Sunderban, AUNFAIR 2016, conducted by Asian University Network Forum on Advance in Research, Japan, Program booklet 12-14, 2016
  • 32 Dipanjan Nag, Swati Saha, Subrata Kr. Paul, Sustainable Transportation Options for a Tourist Hill Town, Case Study: Darjeeling, 9th Urban Mobility India Conference and Expo 2016 - Planning Mobility for City's Sustainabilty, 2016
  • 33 Souvanic Roy, Climate Vulnerability and Adaptation Experience of Megacities in Asia, 37-48, Proceedings of the “Asian University Network Forum on Advances in Research” published by Aichi Gakuin University, Japan, 2015
  • 34 Ananya Roy, Gopal Chandra Banik, Shibesh Pandit, Subrata Kumar Paul, Sudip Kumar Roy, Forecasting of Travel Demand Characteristics in Aizwal City, Recent Advances in Traffic Engineering, SVNIT, Surat, July, 3-4, 2015., 2015
  • 35 Mohanta, A. & Das, S., ICT based facilities management tools for buildings, ICT4SD – 2015: Int. Conf. on Infor. & Comm. Tech. for Sust. Dev., Ahmedabad, India, 2015
  • 36 Maparu, T. S., & Mazumder, T. N., Test for causality and long-run relationship between transport infrastructure and economic development in India, International Conference on Development Prospects of Indian Economy (ICDPIE-14) (Jaipur, India), 2014
  • 37 De, B. and Mukherjee, M., Urban Physics for Tomorrow’s Urban Design, 1028–1037, 30th Annual PLEA Conference. Ahmedabad, India: CEPT University Press, NaN-978-93-83184-03–3, 2014
  • 38 Joti, S. & Mitra, K., PERFORMANCE OF MASONRY MONASTERY STRUCTURES IN THE M 6.9 SIKKIM (INDIA-NEPAL BORDER) EARTHQUAKE OF 18 SEPTEMBER, 2011:: A LESSON, 2nd European Conference in Earthquake Engineering and Seismology, Istanbul, Turkey. August 24-29, 2014., 2014
  • 39 Joti, S. & Mitra, K., Sustainable Technologies Used In Vernacular Earthquake Resistant Structures, Proceedings of the National Symposium on Sustainability and the Built Environment: Searching for Synergies, Kolkata. February, 2014., 2014
  • 40 Gopal Chandra Banik, Subrata Kr. Paul, Sudip Kumar Roy, A Network-Efficiency Based Approach for Benchmarking of Transportation Connectivity Indices: Few Case Studies from Indian Scenario, roceedings of the 36th Indian Geography Congress (ISBN 978-93-85215-03-2), 2014, organized by National Association of Geographer, India(NAGI), Jaipur, November 17-20, 2014, 2014
  • 41 Ananya Roy, Subrata Kr. Paul, Sudip Kumar Roy, A Study of Settlement Hierarchy & Road Connectivity Parity: Case studies from Cities in Seven Sister States of India, proceedings of the 36th Indian Geography Congress (ISBN 978-93-85215-03-2), 2014, organized by National Association of Geographer, India(NAGI), Jaipur, November 17- 20, 2014, 2014
  • 42 Chaudhuri A. & Das, S., An agile city for fragile people, Int. Symp. on Megacities, Kolkata, India., 2014
  • 43 Das, S., Role of phase change materials (PCM) in energy efficiency through thermal storage., IEI 29th Natl. Convention of Arch. Engineers: Innovative World of Construction Materials, Kolkata, India, 2014
  • 44 Das, S., Effect of light on wellbeing of people from IT industry, Design for Sustainable Wellbeing: Indo-Dutch Int. Conf. on Design, Bangalore, India, 2014
  • 45 Mitra, K., Invited Lecture at Inception Workshop for the studies towards Preparation of Compendiums for “greening” of rural housing, Ministry of Rural Development, Government of India, UNDP, and HUDCO. New Delhi, December 19, 2013., 2013
  • 46 Bhattacharya, D.B. & Mitra, S., Making Siliguri a walkable city, 2737-2744, Procedia – Social and Behavioural Sciences 96, 13th COTA International Conference of Transportation Professionals 2013, 2013
  • 47 Das, S. & Choudhury, R., Safety and security concerns of thermal power plants in India: A case study of Korba, EFPM 2013: 4th Int. Conf. on Engg., Project, & Production Mgmt., Bangkok, Thailand., 2013
  • 48 Murty, C.V.R., Rai, D.C., Kumar, H., Mitra, K., Bose, A.K., Kaushik, H.B., Kumar, R.P., Jaiswal, A., A Methodology for documenting Housing Typologies in the Moderate-Severe Seismic Zones, Proceedings of the 15th World Conference on Earthquake Engineering. Lisbon, Portugal, September 24-28, 2012, 2012
  • 49 Mitra, K., Invited Lecture at the Workshop on Sikkim Earthquake 2011, National Institute of Disaster Management (NIDM), New Delhi on February 9, 2012., 2012
  • 50 Das, S., What does India need to build green?, Cities Under Change – Int. Symp., Kolkata, India., 2012
  • 51 Das, S., Proposed POE framework for intelligent building, AARCV 2012: Int. Conf. on Advances in Architecture and Civil Engineering, Bangalore, India, 2012
  • 52 Das, S., Health and safety aspects of sanitary-plumbing system of buildings, IETSD 2012: Int. Conf. on Innovation in Engg & Tech. for Sust. Dev., Sathyamangalam, India, 2012
  • 53 Das, S., Hidden cost in PPP project: A case study of East West metro of Kolkata, PPG 2012: Int. Conf Public Policy & Gov, Bangalore, India, 2012
  • 54 Pandit, D., & Maparu, T. S., A methodology for bus transit system reform and redesign: Case study Kolkata, India, 12th International Conference on Computer in Urban Planning and Urban Management (Lake Louise, Alberta, Canada), 2011
  • 55 Das S. & Chaudhuri A., Computer application in early phase of design of intelligent buildings, BITECH 2011: Int. Bldg. & Infrastructure Tech. Conf., Penang, Malaysia, 2011
  • 56 Chew M.Y.L. & Das S., Defect diagnosis of fire protection system for better maintenance, ICCREM 2011-9th Int. Conf on Const. & Real Estate Mgmt., Guangzhou, China, 2011
  • 57 Das S. & Shobana S., Development of affordable cluster houses of amphibian nature, ICCREM 2011-9th Int. Conf on Const. & Real Estate Mgmt., Guangzhou, China, 2011
  • 58 Das, S., Development of affordable flood resistant housing using simple construction technology, INCON: Int. Conf on Competency Bldg. Strategies in Business & Tech. for Sust. Dev. Chennai, India, 2011
  • 59 Das, S., Role of image-building in creating a healthy city – A case study of Singapore, Healthy Cities 2011 Int. Conf., Pune, India, 2011
  • 60 Mukhopadhyay, P., and Dutta, S. C, Indian bamboo as an alternative to timber: A critical evaluation from strength of material perspective., 1053-1061, Jt. Conf. Proc., 7th Int. Conf. on Urban Earthquake Eng. and 5th Int. Conf. on Earthquake Eng. (7CUEE & 5ICEE), Mar 3-5, 2010, K. Kasai, Chair, eds., CUEE, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan, 2010
  • 61 Dutta, S. C., Mukhopadhyay, P., and Goswami, K., Improving seismic performance of brick masonry junctions, 1745-1751, Jt. Conf. Proc., 7th Int. Conf. on Urban Earthquake Eng. and 5th Int. Conf. on Earthquake Eng. (7CUEE & 5ICEE), Mar 3-5, 2010, K. Kasai, Chair, eds., CUEE, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan, 2010
  • 62 Das, S., Analysis of construction related defects for mechanical-electrical building systems, Techsta 2010 8th Int. Conf., Prague, Czech Republic, 2010
  • 63 Manas Kumar Sanyal, Anirban Gupta, Subhasis Mukherjee, Souvanic Roy, Subrata Kumar Paul, Carrying Capacity Based Development Plan-A Tool for Sustainable Urban Planning and Management: A Case Application for a Typical Municipal Town in India, 2ndXiemen Forum on Urban Environment, December 11-13, 2010, Xiemen(Amoy), China, 2010
  • 64 Subrata Kumar Paul, Souvanic Roy, Dipankar Dutta, Urban Strategy for Conservation and Development of a Heritage Town in West Bengal: Case Study Murshidabad, Symposium on ‘Urban Strategy for West Bengal’, Institute of Town Planners, India (WBRC) in collaboration with Municipal Affairs Department, Government of West Bengal at Town Hall, Kolkata, 18th September, 2010, 2010
  • 65 Mukhopadhyay, P., Dutta, S. C., and Bhattacharya, S., Lessons learnt from the impact of Sikkim 2006 earthquake on heritage structures, 615-628, Proc., 3rd Greece-Japan Workshop, Sep 22-23, 2009, G. Gazetas, Y. Goto, and T. Tazoh, eds, Laboratory of Soil Mechanics, National Technical University of Athens, Greece, 2009
  • 66 Dutta, S. C., Mukhopadhyay, P., and Bhattacharya, S., Impact of moderate earthquakes in post-Bhuj era: Case study of Sikkim 2006 and Durgapur 2008 earthquakes, India, 154-170, Proceedings, 3rd Greece-Japan Workshop, Sep 22-23, 2009, G. Gazetas, Y. Goto, and T. Tazoh, eds, Laboratory of Soil Mechanics, National Technical University of Athens, Greece, 2009
  • 67 Chew M.Y.L. & Das S., COMASS – Comprehensive Maintainability Scoring System for buildings, PATORREB Conf. on Building Pathology & Rehabilitation. Porto, Portugal, 2009
  • 68 Mukhopadhyay, P., Goswami, K., Chatterjee, P., Mondal, U., Bala, S., and Dutta, S. C., Behaviour of brick masonry under reversible cyclic loading., 1-7, Proceedings, All India Seminar on Emerging Trends in Civil Eng. Materials, Dec 5-6, 2008, ASCE - India Section, and, ICE(UK) - India (Eastern Region), Kolkata, India, 2008
  • 69 Roy, S., Paul, S.K. & Mitra, S., Tenure Security and Quality of Life in Urban Slums: Case Studies in Kolkata Metropolitan Area, 36th World Congress on Housing Science titled “ National Housing Programs: New Visions”, IAHS, Florida1 and IIT, Kharagpur (Abstracted published in printed volumes with full papers in CD bearing ISBN No.81-902768-7-5), 2008
  • 70 Das, S., Chew, M.Y.L.; Chong, Y.H.A., Yeong, H.K., & Yang, Y.T., Maintainability aspects of M&E systems of commercial building of Singapore, 2nd Research Symposium in Built Environment, Singapore, 2008
  • 71 Das, S., Chew M.Y.L. & Lam, T.S., Controlling factors of resource allocation in commercial building maintenance, 2nd Research Symposium in Built Environment, Singapore, 2008
  • 72 Chew M.Y.L., Das S., DeSilva, N. & Foon F.Y., Grading maintainability parameters for sanitary-plumbing system for high-rise residential buildings, CIB BEAR 2008: Int. Conf. in Bldg. Education & Research, Sri Lanka, 2008
  • 73 Chew M.Y.L., Das S. & Sulaiman N.H.B., Quantifying maintainability parameters for vertical transport system, 11DBMC: 11th Int. Conf. on Durability of Bldg. Materials & Comp, Istanbul, Turkey, 2008
  • 74 Das, S., Decay diagnosis of Goan Laterite stone monuments, 11DBMC: 11th Int. Conf. on Durability of Bldg. Materials & Comp, Istanbul, Turkey, 2008
  • 75 Souvanic Roy, Soumen Mitra, Subrata Kumar Paul, Tenure Security and Quality of Life in Urban Slums: Case Studies in Kolkata Metropolitan Area, 1-10, Proceedings of 36TH World Congress on Housing Science published by International Association for Housing Science, Florida and IIT Kharagpur, India, 2008, 2008
  • 76 Toor, S., Ofori, G. & Das, S., Developing construction professionals of 21st century: A renewed vision for leadership, CENeM: Int. Conf. in Civil Engg in New Millennium, Shibpur, India, 2007
  • 77 Das, S., Industry practices & techniques in 21st century construction - A case study of Singapore, CENeM: Int. Conf. in Civil Engg in New Millennium, Shibpur, India, 2007
  • 78 Das, S., Guidelines for good industrial practices for concrete flat roof, 1st Research Symposium in Built Environment, Singapore, 2007
  • 79 Chew M.Y.L. & Das S., Maintainability aspects of central chilled water HVAC system, CITC-IV: 4th Int. Conf. on Const. in the 21st Century, Gold Coast, Australia, 2007
  • 80 Toor, S., Ogunlana S. & Das S., Perception of Thai professionals on key performance indicators (KPIs) for mega construction projects, CITC-IV: 4th Int. Conf. on Const. in the 21st Century, Gold Coast, Australia, 2007
  • 81 Das S. & Chew M.Y.L., Maintainability scoring system for reinforced concrete flat roof, CIRAIC 2007: 1st Const. Industry Research Achievement Int. Conf. KualaLumpur, Malaysia, 2007
  • 82 Pal, T., and Mukhopadhyay, P., Renewal of Raniganj bazar area, Bardhaman., 18-23, Proceedings, 5th All India People's Technology Congress, Shelter sub-congress, Feb 19-20, 2005, AIPSN, India, 2005
  • 83 Mukhopadhyay, P., New development challenges towards a holistic technical education policy for West Bengal, PS-1 to PS-10, Proceedings, National Seminar on Architecture and Town Planning Education and Profession – Changing Dimensions and Future Direction in 21st Century, 6-7 Feb 2004, Dept. of AT&RP, BEC(DU), India, 2004
  • 84 Halder, S., and Mukhopadhyay, P., The changing dimensions: Towards an appropriate curriculum for architecture, SH & PM-1 to SH & PM-10, Proceedings, National Seminar on Architecture and Town Planning Education and Profession – Changing Dimensions and Future Direction in 21st Century, 6-7 Feb 2004, Dept. of AT&RP, BEC(DU), India, 2004
  • 85 Swati Saha, Interior Landscaping for homes, National Seminar, Institute of Engineers, Kolkata, Nov 2003, 2003
  • 86 Das, S., Rebuilding Dresden’s Frauenkirche, Shastra - Annual Tech Fest of IIT Madras, 2003
  • 87 Arup Sarkar, Mapping and Monitoring of Wetlands of East Kolkata with Multi-Temporal RS Data and GIS Approach, ISPRS 2003, International Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing (ISPRS) Working Group 8/3 International Workshop, 2003
  • 88 Mukhopadhyay, R., Roy, M. B., Sarkar, B.L., and Mukhopadhyay, P., Storm, flood and earthquake resistant value engineered bamboo housing for the EWS, 1-16, Proceedings, National Workshop on Alternative Building Methods (NWABM – 2002), Jan 16-18, 2002, K. S. Jagadish and K. S. Nagarjunda Rao, eds., Dept. of Civil Eng., IISc, Bangalore, 2002
  • 89 Mukhopadhyay, R., Mukhopadhyay, P., and Saha, S., Preservation of bamboo: Outcome of field experience & experiments, 11-15, Proceedings, Third All India People's Technology Congress, Shelter sub-congress, Feb 9-11, 2001, AIPSN, India, 2001
  • 90 Mukhopadhyay, R., Roy, M.B., Sarkar, B.L., and Mukhopadhyay, P., Value added design of group housing system for EWS living in flood-prone areas, 42-49, Proceedings, Third All India People's Technology Congress, Shelter sub-congress, Feb 9-11, 2001, AIPSN, India, 2001
  • 91 Mukhopadhyay, R., and Mukhopadhyay, P., Door and window fabrication by bamboo, 419- 423, Proceedings, 2nd All India People's Technology Congress, Habitat sub-congress, Feb 12-14, 1999, AIPSN, India, 1999
  • 92 Mukhopadhyay, P., Integrated rural development planning process: The experience of Rajnagar block, Birbhum, 443-451, Proceedings, 2nd All India People's Technology Congress, Habitat sub-congress, Feb 12-14, 1999, AIPSN, India, 1999
  • 93 Swati Saha, Sustainable economic development in Indian scenario, IIED conference in Swedish School of Economics, Helsinki, 1995, 1995
  • 94 Swati Saha, Towards strategy formulation for resource utilization, Industrial development and conservation of Himalayan range, West Bengal, National Town Planning Seminar, Coimbatore, 1994
  • 95 Swati Saha, ”Highrise buildings in Metropolitan Cities” - Result of urban dynamism (case study Calcutta), All India conference on tall buildings, Institute of Engineers, Roorkey local centre, 1993
  • 96 Swati Saha, Present practice of Master Planning approach in West Bengal – A critical study, 40th ATCP Seminar, Pune, 1992
  • 1 Mitra, S. and Sadhukhan, M.C., Spatial Growth of Religious Architecture: Case of Indian Temples, 401-425, Perception, Design and Ecology of the Built Environment - A Focus on the Global South, Springer Nature Switzerland, 2020
  • 2 Subha Chakraborty,Asit Kumar Roy,Debaleena Majumdar,Swati Saha, Debjit Dutta, Monitoring of Urban Expansion and Land Use/ Land Cover Changes of Siliguri Jalpaiguri Development Area of Northern West Bengal, Book, 1-13, Contemporary Issues of Urbanization in North Bengal/LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing ISBN 978-620-2-80140-9, 2020
  • 3 Souvanic Roy, Development Efforts towards Ecological Sustainability in Calcutta: Transformation of a Metropolis, 31-46, Rights and Security in India, Myanmar, and Thailand pp 31-46, 2020
  • 4 Subrata Kr. Paul, Abhinanda Chatterjee, Souvanic Roy, Issues and Challenges for Transit-Oriented Development in the Scenario of a Developing Country: The Case of Kolkata Metropolitan Area, India, Chapter 4, 65-90, Perception, Design and Ecology of the Built Environment: A Focus on the Global South, 2020
  • 5 Souvanic Roy, Tathagata Chatterji, The smart city policy of India and its governance implications, Chapter 7, 108-126, Smart Cities in Asia Governing Development in the Era of Hyper- Connectivity, 2020
  • 6 Tathagata Chatterji, Souvanic Roy, Gentrification and Post-industrial Spatial Restructuring in Calcutta, India, Volume II, 269-288, Gentrification around the World, 2020
  • 7 Ray. Rajarshi and Mukhopadhyay, Parthasarathi., Study of Junctions with Bamboo: An Attempt Towards Their Classification, 4, 205-210, Oxford: Elsevier, In: Hashmi, Saleem and Choudhury, Imtiaz Ahmed (eds.). Encyclopedia of Renewable and Sustainable Materials, 2020
  • 8 Subrata Kr. Paul, Abhinanda Chatterjee, Souvanic Roy, Issues and Challenges for Transit-Oriented Development in the Scenario of a Developing Country: The Case of Kolkata Metropolitan Area, India, Page (65-106), Perception, Design and Ecology of the Built Environment: A Focus on the Global South (Mainak Ghosh Editor) Springer Geography, 2020
  • 9 Chakraborty S., Majumdar D., Datta D., Saha S., : Long-Term Dynamics of Mangrove Forest in Andaman, India, 567-575, Applications of Geomatics in Civil Engineering, Springer Singapore, 2019
  • 10 Majumdar D., Datta D., Chakraborty S.,Saha S, A Geospatial Analysis of Anthropogenic and Seismological impacts on Coastal Ecosystem of Andaman during 2000-2017, 58-69, Importance and Utilities of GIS, 2019
  • 11 Das, S., Use of BIM and prefabrication to improve environmental sustainability of affordable housing in India, 121-128, In Annual Tech. Vol 2019 of Arch. Engg. Div. on ‘Sustainable Architectural Engineering: Materials and Technology’, Kolkata: Institute of Engineers India, 2019
  • 12 Mohanta, A., Mohanty, R.N., & Das, S. (2019), Technical issues of using BIM: East Indian architects’ perspective. In Research into Design for a Connected World, Ed. A Chakraborti, (565-574), Singapore: Springer, 2019
  • 13 Mukhopadhyay, R. and Mukhopadhyay, P., Innovations in Bamboo and Concrete Based Construction for Sustainable and Durable Housing, Chapter 21 in Sustainable Building Technologies, 274-293, K.S. Jagadish, ed. BMTPC, 2019
  • 14 Subrata Kr. Paul, Deciding Bridge Location in Urban Areas: A Network Utility Perspective, Lambert Academic Publishing, 2019
  • 15 Mukhopadhyay, P., and Dutta, S.C., Indian Cyclones and Earthquakes: Their Impact on Structures, Chapter 4 in Exploring Natural Hazards: A Case Study Approach, Bartlett Darius J., and Ramesh P. Singh, eds., 87-110, CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL, 2018
  • 16 Svetlana Brzev, Keya Mitra, Earthquake Resistant Confined Masonry Construction, National Information Centre for Earthquake Engineering, 2018
  • 17 Mohanta, A. & Das, S. (2018), Trends and challenges of facilities management of green buildings of eastern India. In Annual Technical Volume 2018 of Architectural Engineering Division on ‘Technologies for Futuristic Architecture and Urbanism’, 67-77, Kolkata: Institute of Engineers India, 2018
  • 18 Swati Saha, Sukanya Saha, Toward Sustainaable Conservation Plan for Fragile Ecosystem in Indian Sunderban, 193-202, Springer, Cham,Part of the Advances in Science, Technology & Innovation book series (ASTI), 2017
  • 19 Raj, H. & Das, S. (2017), Importance of valuation of environmental sustainability of affordable housing in India. In Construction Mgmt., Mechanization & Environmental  Sustainability , Ed. K.Avishek, M. Mohan & G. Pathak, (213-219), New Delhi: White Falcon Publishing, 2017
  • 20 Mitra, K., The Calcutta Chronicles. From Calcutta to Kolkata. In Geropanta, V & E. Lucantoni (eds) Projects For: Kolkata The regeneration of the Hooghly riverfront., Aracne editrice int.le SRL, Rome. June 2015. ISBN: 978-88-548-8550-9., 2015
  • 21 Mitra, S., Roy, S., Roy, S.K., Sanyal, M.K., Land Use and Infrastructure Development Strategy for Planned Transformation of Bally-Howrah-Uluberia Planning Area, Urban Development in Howrah: Socio-Economic Perspectives, 304-312, Part IV, PRIMUS Books Publishers [ISBN: 978-93- 84082-39-0], 2015
  • 22 Souvanic Roy, Architectural Design, 49-56, The Bloomsbury Encyclopedia of Design, Bloomsbury Publishing (ISBN 9781472521576), 2015
  • 23 Souvanic Roy, Soumen Mitra, Sudip Kr. Roy, Manas Kr. Sanyal, Landuse and Infrastructure Development Strategy for Planned Transformation of Bally- Howrah-Uluberia Planning Area, 312-348, Urban Development in Howrah: Socio-Economic Perspectives”, Primus Books, New Delhi, 2015
  • 24 Subrata Kr. Paul, Transit Oriented Development, The Bloomsbury Encyclopedia of Design, Bloomsbury Publishing (ISBN 9781472521576, published 05-11-2015), 2015
  • 25 Das, S. (2015), Effect of light on the wellbeing of people in the IT industry in Design for Sustainable Well-being and Empowerment, Ed. M. Mani & P. Kandachar, (463-474), IISc Press and TU Delft, 2015
  • 26 Das. S. (2014), Hidden cost in PPP project: A case study of East West metro of Kolkata in Urbanisation in Asia: Urban governance, infrastructure and the environment, Ed. Kala. S. Seetharam & Guanghua Wan,, (149-164), Germany: Springer, 2014
  • 27 Murty, C.V.R., Kumar, H., Mitra, K., Rai, D.C., Bose., A Methodology for documenting Housing Typologies in the Moderate-Severe Seismic Zones of India. Building Materials and Technology Promotion Council Ministry of Urban Development and Poverty Alleviation New Delhi., , 2012
  • 28 Dutta, S. C., and Mukhopadhyay, P., Improving earthquake and cyclone resistance of structures: Guidelines for the Indian subcontinent, TERI, New Delhi. ISBN: 978-81-7993-302-2, 2012
  • 29 Souvanic Roy and Soumen Mitra, Eco-development and Biodiversity Conservation- A Study of Sunderban Biosphere Reserve, West Bengal, 221-242, “Insights from the Field: Studies in Participatory Forest Management in India”, published by Winrock International India , New Delhi, 2011
  • 30 Mukhopadhyay, P., “Technology innovations” in Bamboo in construction, 35-37, Housing and Urban Development Corporation (HUDCO), New Delhi, 2005
  • 31 Guha, S., Roy, G., Chattopadhyay, G., Sengupta, N., Mukhopadhyay, P., and Rakshit, D., Bigyan O Prajukti: Jyoti Basu’r Bhabna, FOSET, 2000
  • 32 Souvanic Roy, Ecological Sustainability and Metropolitan Development: The Calcutta Experience, 293-302, “Waste Recycling and Resource Management in the Developing World” published by International Ecological Engineering Society, Switzerland, 2000
  • 33 Souvanic Roy, Santhal Architecture, Published by Folk and Tribal Cultural Centre, Govt. of West Bengal, Calcutta, 1998
  • 34 Souvanic Roy, Evaluation of Shelter Strategies for Urban Poor: Case Study Metropolitan Calcutta, 137-141, “Housing Development and Management” published by Centre for Built Environment, Calcutta, India, 1996
  • 35 G.D Weisman, Uriel Cohen, Keya Mitra (Ray) and Kristen Day, Architectural Planning and Design for Dementia Care Units, Chapter V, Specialized Dementia Care Units. Baltimore MD: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1991
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