P I P A V A V … …
Port + City + Region……………….
Faculty of Public Planning and Policy, CEPT University, Ahmedabad M.Plan, Industrial Area Plng. & Mgmt, A Course sponsored by GIDC, Semester II/IV
[PORT AND PORT CITY PLANNING]
Hypothesis: “Marine Ports or Coastal Cities developing in isolation with each other lose on the mutual Spin offs and Economics of Scale. When they develop together as a Port and City region they are to gain major profits in terms of spatial, social, economic, and trade practices. The aim is to develop the two in a manner so as to “Maximize Synergies and Minimize Conflicts”.
The Course: The Batch:
The advent of the 21st century has brought the world to the doorstep of united development. In today’s world no ‘True advancement’ can take place in isolation. Any ‘intervention’ into the society with an aim of raising the development indices of living have to be carefully planned, executed and management through the Life cycle of the ‘intervention’. It is in this quest for diligent, renewed, continuous and committed growth that today the word ‘Industry’ no longer is used in its usual parlances of manufacturing. It is used to address the non manufacturing sector as much as it is used to address the Manufacturing Sector. In fact all of us today see ‘industry’ as a mix of producing goods and services. It is one of the few development intervention tools in the hands of society which generates employment and thus gives opportunities to individuals to harness their respective potent for their individual as well as united progress. ... [continues]
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