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This subject has the following teaching availabilities in 2009:Semester 2, - Taught on campus.
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Admission to a post-Building, Planning and Design program in the Faculty
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CoordinatorDr Hemanta Kumar Doloi
The subject incorporates two main streams of thinking: project development and project management. The development stream includes topics on the nature of the property industry, the roles and types of projects, financing arrangement for a development, delivery schemes such as BOOT, PPP ect., and related structures relative to the market opportunities, case studies from industry, evaluation of bids, planning constraints, establishing the market for putting together a winning bid. It also considers the client's perspective of project development, including preparing and evaluation tenders for complex developments.
The management stream includes a brief overview of the project management including project organisation, project team, project manager, project definition, inception and finalisation. Project management functions including scope management, time management, cost management, quality management, risk management, procurement management. Project management processes including project definition, project integration, project implementation and control and project close-out. Students are expected to work in groups and assignments are to be developed based on real case study. The overall aim is to develop a complete project management plan for a given project considering all the fundamental aspects of the project management. Emphasis will be on the principles of scope identification, work breakdown, quality assurance and quality control systems, risk management plan, procurement and contract administration including various managerial, controlling and monitoring techniques. On completion of the subject, students should be able t:demonstrate on knowledge pertaining to project inception and tender development processes; demonstrate an introductory level knowledge of scope, cos,time, quality, risk, procurement and integration management aspects of projects generally; develop underpinning knowledge of management functions as they apply to projects; provide practical examples and opportunities to apply scope, time, cost, quality, risks and procurement management to projects; apply tools and techniques for monitoring and controlling project developments; develop a systematic framework for integrated management functions on project.
A minimum grade of 40% must be achieved in the examination in order to pass the subject.
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This subject is not available as a breadth subject.
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On completion of the subject students should have developed the following skills and capabilities:
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Formerly the course 702-414 Project Management was combined with 702-656 Project Management (Masters). Students who have done either of these subjects are ineligible to enrol.
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