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Post Graduation
P.G. Diploma in Planning (Specialization in Housing) in Feb’1999
Center for Environmental Planning and Technology (CEPT), Ahemedabad-09, Gujarat, India

Dissertation:  “LAND AS A RESOURCE: Learning from the role of CIDCO, in the provision of Housing:  A Case of Vashi and Nerul, New Bombay, Maharashtra, India”

Electives: Basic GIS (Geographic Information System), Environmental Design, Sustainable development,

Modules worked in during Post Graduation:
Lab I: Rural Module
Site: Village: Bhadresar, District: Sabarkanta , in Gujarat, India
Theme: Preparation of Rural Development Plan.
Guided by: Prof. CN Ray, Professor, School of Planning, CEPT, Ahmedabad.

Lab II: Area Planning Module
Site: Bodakdev, Ahmedabad.
Theme: Preparation of a Town Planning Scheme.
Guided by: Prof. Utpal Sharma, Ar. Pankaj Modi, Ar. PH. Majmudar, Faculty, School of Planning, CEPT, Ahmedabad.

Lab III: Mid-rise Housing Design: Competition floated by ACSA, sponsored by OTIS Elevators.
Site: Proposed Re-densification of South T.T. Nagar, Bhopal M.P, INDIA
Guided by: Prof. Utpal Sharma, Ar. Pankaj Modi, Faculty, School of Planning, CEPT Ahmedabad.

Lab IV: Slum Networking Module
Site: Rajiv Nagar III, a slum in Ahmedabad. The area measured 8872 Sq.mt.
Guided by: Dr. Darshini Mahadevia, Professor, School of Planning, CEPT, Ahmedabad.

Bachelor of Architecture (B.Arch),  in June 1997(first Division)Maulana Azad College of Technology, (A Regional Engineering College now NIT), Bhopal, M.P. India

Thesis:  Design of “Central Exhibition Centre, at Bhopal”
Electives: Urban and Regional Planning, Energy Efficient Architecture and Auto-CAD.
Also, lead the Citation (Vastu Shilpa Foundation) winning students’ Team: worked on documentation of a Tribal village - Dandami Marias of Telam - Bastar, M.P. - a settlement along the street’ for Luis Kahn Trophy, a National Level Architectural Students Competition Entry at NASA-94.