Credits : 4
Contact Hours : Lecture : 3 Tutorial : 1 Practical : 0
Project objectives and formulation, preparation of pre-feasibility and detailed project reports; Project implementation methods and management, project management agencies, public hearing process; Project planning, background of network charts, network elements, drawing the network, PERT and CPM comparison and application, monitoring and control, management concepts; Tendering procedures, tender documents of central and different state governments, standard tender documents from international bodies like world bank, ADB and other funding agencies, on-line tendering procedure, procurement; Cost estimates, economic and financial analysis, internal rate of return, cost benefit analysis; Financial management, resource mobilization and sustainability of the project, use of application softwares in project management, equipment development of lab, identification of appropriate equipment; Specific regulations/statuary acts of other countries not practiced in India, problems of project implementation;
Suggested Books :
i. “The Engineering and Constructive Contract”, The Institutions of Civil Engineers.
ii. “Quality in the Constructed Project- A Guide for Owners, Designers and Constructors”, Vol.-I, Manual No. 73, American Society of Civil Engineers.
iii. Tambari, L.P. and Jha, C.N., “Commentary on MP Works Department Manual”, Suvidha Law House.
iv. Hutchings, J.F., “Project Scheduling Handbook”, Marcel Dekker Inc.
v. Sengupta, B. and Guha, H., “Construction Management and Planning”, Tata McGraw-Hill Publishing Company.