Resilient Ziro 2041
Course Name: Resilient Ziro 2041
OCW type: PDP
Higher Education Institution: School of Planning and Architecture (SPAB), Bhopal
Description of course
Aim: The PDP aims to construct knowledge from the traditional lifestyle in the Ziro valley for the greater benefit of Urban Resilience and Climate Change literature.
Course Objectives: To bring together the natives, residents, urban professionals, academics, researchers and other stakeholders in visioning the resilient future of the Ziro Valley in Arunachal Pradesh.
Learning Outcomes: The valley which is on the UNESCO Tentative List of World Heritage Sites is the living laboratory of sustainable practices in the domains of community, craft and culture. Several threads of Tacit and Traditional Knowledge can be drawn from the lifestyle in the valley for the greater benefit of Urban Resilience and Climate Change literature. The valley can also symbiotically benefit from the state of the art of practices, case studies, technology and literature in the field.
Course Duration: Five Days
Course Frequency: It will be conducted as and when required for dissemination.
The Programme will be conducted through a combination of lectures, group discussions and hands on work sessions.
Prerequisites for participation:
- Natives of Ziro Valley (Apatani Community)
- Urban Professionals (Architects, Planners, Environmentalists, Activists)
- Researchers and Participants (Mostly from RGU, Itanagar).
Modules of Presentation, Case Study and FGD:
1. Ziro 2041: Cultural Continuity and Climate Change (Discussion on threads on Urban Health, Socio-cultural Institutions, Food Systems, and Spatial Planning and Building Design with respect to Culture)
2. Ziro 2041: Gender Roles and Urban Resilience (Discussion on threads on Urban Health, Socio-cultural Institutions, Food Systems, and Spatial Planning and Building Design with respect to Gender)
3. Ziro 2041: Community Planning and Policy Aspects in Climate Change and Urban Resilience (Discussion on threads on Urban Health, Socio-cultural Institutions, Food Systems, and Spatial Planning and Building Design with respect to Planning and Policy Actors).
1. Site visit to villages for learning from the lifestyle
2. On-site Events for participants at Ziro
3. Site Visits to District Craft and Industries Centre
4. FGD with locals for visioning of Resilient Ziro.
Expected time spent on course:
Time spent in hours: 6 hours per day
Time spent in ECTS (European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System): 1 ECTS
Assessment Criteria and Distribution of Marks:
The participants’ understanding was assessed based on application of the concepts discussed during presentation of the assignment on the last day.
Evaluation Procedure & Criteria:
Based upon the common evaluation proforma prepared by WP4 leader institutes.
Based upon the common evaluation.
Participants were evaluated based upon their performance in the assignment and performance in the assignment and presentation of poster.