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The Human Settlement Management Institute (HSMI) was established in 1985 as the research and training wing of the Housing and Urban Development Corporation Ltd. (HUDCO). It provides training support to the professionals working at national level institutions, state government, Urban Local Bodies and employees of HUDCO. It also acts as a forum for interaction of administrators, professionals, researchers and others engaged in the issues and day-to-day practice of human settlement development.Over the recent years, the institution has been able to make a niche for itself by being one of the leading players in providing technical and capacity building support for successful completion of some of the major initiatives undertaken by the Government of India. The institute has recently launched four centres of excellence (CoE) with specialised teams and a governing council with national level experts to guide its day-to-day activities.HSMI is a member of CITYNET, Seoul and has MoU with Commonwealth Local Government Forum, London, Institute for Housing and Urban Development Studies, Netherlands, etc. HSMI is also promoting decentralised centres of training at state and national level training institutions for the capacity building of local bodies and to make training programmes more accessible to the implementing agencies.HSMI has conducted over 1581 programmes so far and trained more than 43,000 professionals.

Institute address: HUDCO HOUSE, LODHI ROAD, NEW DELHI 110003


ITEC Coordinator Details:

NameEmail IdContact Detail
Surendra Singhaisinghai[AT]hudco[DOT]org 9425302398 / 911124308637


Courses available for Training Year : 2023-2024

You can browse the available courses on clicking the links below:

S.No. Name of Courses From To Open for Paricipants From Participant Profile SynopsisApply NowCourse Type
1REALIZING THE RIGHT TO ADEQUATE HOUSING IN THE CONTEXT OF HABITAT III NEW URBAN AGENDA - POLICIES, PLANNING & PRACTICE05-Feb-202423-Feb-2024ALL COUNTRIESARCHITECTS, ENGINEERS, TOWN PLANNERS, LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTS, FINANCE PROFESSIONALS, COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT, EDUCATION & LITERACY CAMPAIGNERS, MID SENIOR OFFICERS OF GOVERNMENT, NON-GOVERNMENT ORGANISATIONS AS WELL AS SOME ELECTED REPRESENTATIVESTHE AIM OF THE COURSE IS TO PROVIDE THE PARTICIPANTS THE CONCEPTS RELATED TO THE RIGHTS-BASED APPROACHES OF ADEQUATE AND AFFORDABLE HOUSING FOR URBAN POOR POPULATION AND SUGGESTIVE METHODS FOR SUPPLY OF IT IN THE INCREASING GLOBAL URBANISATION. TO HELP DESIGN APPROPRIATE POLICIES AND PROGRAMMES IN THE FIELD OF HOUSING AND HABITAT DEVELOPMENT AND MANAGEMENT IN THE CONTEXT OF THE COMMITMENTS UNDER NEW URBAN AGENDA AS WELL AS SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS.
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2HOUSING THE URBAN POOR - POLICY, PLANNING AND IMPLEMENTATION - INDIAN EXPERIENCE04-Dec-202322-Dec-2023ALL COUNTRIESPOLICY MAKERS, ENGINEERS, ARCHITECTS, TOWN PLANNERS, URBAN DESIGNERS, SOCIAL SCIENTISTS, FINANCE PROFESSIONALS, COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT PROFESSIONALSTHIS TRAINING PROGRAMME HAS BEEN SPECIFICALLY DESIGNED TO DRAW FROM THE LEARNINGS OF THE FLAGSHIP HOUSING PROGRAMME OF GOVERNMENT OF INDIA (PMAY-U).
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3DECARBONIZING HABITAT PROGRAMME- MEETING THE GLOBAL TARGETS27-Nov-202301-Dec-2023ALL COUNTRIESMID TO SENIOR LEVEL OFFICERS OF GOVERNMENT, PRIVATE NGO SECTOR ENGAGED IN THE HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT SECTOR1 UNDERSTANDING CARBON EMISSIONS GLOBALLY 2. INDIAN CONTEXT AND UNDERSTANDING MARKET COMPLEXITIES 3 INTERNATIONAL CODES AND COMMITMENTS FOR MEETING CLIMATE GOALS 4 SDGS AND ITS ROUTE MAP GLOBALLY 5 STRATEGIES TO REDUCE CARBON FOOTPRINT IN EXISTING BUILT FORM
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