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« on: January 09, 2007, 08:14:40 PM »


MPD 2021
A PANEL DISCUSSION

BACKGROUND

Earlier Master Plans of Delhi have miserably failed to anticipate and provide for the requirements of a rapidly growing capital city of a newly librated country marching to become a Global Power.

The city has already grown out of its infancy to adult hood and cannot any longer afford the luxury of a shortsighted, rigid and bureaucratic Master Plan. It required a great deal of flexibility, accommodation of new and innovative ideas and above all a reflection of emerging socio-economic realities of a rapidly changing urban metro in a new economic order and above all the will of the people instead of the diktat of the policy makers.

The Institute over the last few years has been very active in its efforts to gather and articulate such views for the MPD 2021 and has been forwarding the same to the authorities through various channels but to little avail. It is unfortunate that the draft of the proposed MPD 2021 continues to suffer from the lack of  viable solutions for the very basic problems faced by the citizens, leave alone any futuristic vision.

OBJECTIVE

It is therefore proposed to conduct a panel discussion between Planners, Architects & Legal experts to evolve and suggests strategies to make Delhi a livable and vibrant city with a bright future which truly represents a World Class Global City.

SCHEDULE

DATE       :   20th January 2007

VENUE                    :    Hall No. 7 Pragati Maidan, New Delhi
TIME       :    10.00 A.M.

PROGRAMME
10:00 AM   :   REGISTRATION (free)
10:15:AM   :   TEA & NETWORKING
10:45 AM   :   PANEL DISCUSSION Followed by Interactive session
1:00 PM   :   LUNCH
            
Proposed Panelist
-   Ar. A K Jain Commissioner Planning DDA
-   Mr. K C Mittal Advocate & Former President Delhi Bar Council
-   Dr. Geetam Tiwari – Transport Planner, IIT Delhi
-   Ar. E F N Reberio
-   Ar. Kuldeep Singh
-   Ar. Jasbir Sawhney
-   Dr. Shreekant Gupta Dir. National Instt. Of Urban Affairs
-   Mr. Omesh Saigal, Former Chief Secretary, Govt. of Delhi

The Event is sponsored by Virtual Info Systems Pvt. Ltd. and being organized along with BUILDOTECH – An exclusive trade show on Building Technology & Maintenance from 19th-21st January 2007.

For Details Contact
Northern Chapter IIA
8-B, Shanker Market, Connaught Circus
New Delhi - 110001
Tel : 23411699,  Telefax :23413438
email : iiancdelhi@hotmail.com
« Last Edit: January 09, 2007, 08:18:20 PM by shamit »

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MPD 2021
A PANEL DISCUSSION

BACKGROUND

Earlier Master Plans of Delhi have miserably failed to anticipate and provide for the requirements of a rapidly growing capital city of a newly librated country marching to become a Global Power.

The city has already grown out of its infancy to adult hood and cannot any longer afford the luxury of a shortsighted, rigid and bureaucratic Master Plan. It required a great deal of flexibility, accommodation of new and innovative ideas and above all a reflection of emerging socio-economic realities of a rapidly changing urban metro in a new economic order and above all the will of the people instead of the diktat of the policy makers.

The Institute over the last few years has been very active in its efforts to gather and articulate such views for the MPD 2021 and has been forwarding the same to the authorities through various channels but to little avail. It is unfortunate that the draft of the proposed MPD 2021 continues to suffer from the lack of  viable solutions for the very basic problems faced by the citizens, leave alone any futuristic vision.

OBJECTIVE

It is therefore proposed to conduct a panel discussion between Planners, Architects & Legal experts to evolve and suggests strategies to make Delhi a livable and vibrant city with a bright future which truly represents a World Class Global City.

SCHEDULE

DATE       :   20th January 2007

VENUE                    :    Hall No. 7 Pragati Maidan, New Delhi
TIME       :    10.00 A.M.

PROGRAMME
10:00 AM   :   REGISTRATION (free)
10:15:AM   :   TEA & NETWORKING
10:45 AM   :   PANEL DISCUSSION Followed by Interactive session
1:00 PM   :   LUNCH
            
Proposed Panelist
-   Ar. A K Jain Commissioner Planning DDA
-   Mr. K C Mittal Advocate & Former President Delhi Bar Council
-   Dr. Geetam Tiwari – Transport Planner, IIT Delhi
-   Ar. E F N Reberio
-   Ar. Kuldeep Singh
-   Ar. Jasbir Sawhney
-   Dr. Shreekant Gupta Dir. National Instt. Of Urban Affairs
-   Mr. Omesh Saigal, Former Chief Secretary, Govt. of Delhi

The Event is sponsored by Virtual Info Systems Pvt. Ltd. and being organized along with BUILDOTECH – An exclusive trade show on Building Technology & Maintenance from 19th-21st January 2007.

For Details Contact
Northern Chapter IIA
8-B, Shanker Market, Connaught Circus
New Delhi - 110001
Tel : 23411699,  Telefax :23413438
email : iiancdelhi@hotmail.com
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