Ranjit Naik - Lectures


Shri Ranjit Naik lectured in the following important Seminars, Forums & Public Meetings and particularly in Maharashtra Housing and Area Development Authority’s (MHADA’s) Training Centre, at Pune.

a) “Architecture for the welfare of urban poor and for environmental upgradation of Mega/Big Cities of India: An experimentation in Mumbai – A challenge to the profession” – 30th Convention of All India Institute of Architects (A.I.I.A), Orissa – December – 1996.

b) Lecture for M.H.A.D.A’s Professional Training Centre at Pune, on Slum Redevelopment (S.R.D) Schemes of Mumbai.

c) “Slum Rehabilitation Scheme is the best solution for all ills, environmental upgradation and overall development of Mumbai” – (Speech delivered by Mr. Ranjit Naik in the Seminar on Housing Organised Legal Aid Forum, at Y.B. Chavan Hall on 07.12.1996).

d) “Slum Redevelopment / Rehabilitation Schemes, A Retrospection” – (Speech delivered by Mr. Ranjit Naik, in the meeting of Federation of Accommodation Industry of India, (Mumbai – 21.08.1997).

e) “Development Controls and Private Sector”. This lecture was delivered in the refresher course of “Integrated Local Development”, at Ahmedabad, on 10 December 1997, organized by Instituted of Housing Development Studies, Rotterdam, Alumni of Institute of Urban Development Studies, Human Settlement Management Institute, New Delhi.

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