KGP Alumnus and Visiting Professor Amita Sinha ('81), 'Plan city in a way that creation of shanty towns can be avoided'
The Indian Express (April 18, 2019)
"Eco-sensitive planning is very important in the 21st century because it is sustainable and not too consumptive of resources", says Professor Amita Sinha.
Winner of Fulbright-Nehru Professional Excellence Award 2018-19, Sinha is here in Chandigarh, to speak on the concept of 'city in nature' at the event, ICOMOS Day--celebrating the natural landscape of Chandigarh, to be held at Chandigarh College of Architecture (CCA), from 10am to 1pm, Thursday.
Ten speakers, including Sinha, Professor Rajiv Lochan and a lawyer, Reeta Kohli, will take the podium and speak about Chandigarh's natural heritage and its role in urban planning. (Read More)