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The Indian Institute for Human Settlements (IIHS) is a national education institution committed to the equitable, sustainable and efficient transformation of Indian settlements.

IIHS aims to establish an independently funded and managed National University for Research and Innovation focused on the challenges and opportunities of India’s  urban transition. The proposed IIHS University will host an integrated programme of quality campus-based education and research, training and lifelong learning for working professionals, distance and blended learning, as well as a whole array of practice and advisory services. The university will have a strong interdisciplinary orientation bringing together theory and praxis that is grounded in the South Asian context and also engages with and draws from knowledge across the globe.

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Urban Practitioners' Programme

Events & Courses

Facade Design Optimization – Using eQuest for energy simulations
Apply Now  |  6 Feb 2015

Green Interiors: Environmental Aspects of Interior Design
Apply Now  |  7 Feb 2015

Impact Evaluation Design
Apply Now  |  11-14 March 2015

Urban Transport – Introduction to Planning Efficient City Bus Systems
Apply Now  |  19-20 March 2015

Unpacking Urbanism

uil_headerThe Urban Informatics Laboratory (UIL) is a space within the Indian Institute for Human Settlements where collation, organisation and dissemination of information related to India’s urbanisation takes place.

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Arna's Children

News & Events

The Freedom Theatre in association with IIHS presents
Arna’s Children
A personal narrative about a children's theatre group on the West Bank that established by Arna Mer Khamis, who grew up in a Zionist family and later married a Palestinian Arab.

22 Jan 2015 | 5. 30 pm onwards
IIHS Bangalore City Campus
Lekhana 2015: Narratives of Violence, Sangam House’s annual literary weekend, is being held from 16th to 18th January 2015 at the Indian Institute for Human Settlements. This year’s edition of the festival is themed on Narratives of Violence and will feature readings, panel discussions, film screenings and conversations with Bangalore-based writers and artists.
Changing ideas and practices for making cities fair
Ideally being born a man or a woman, black or white, Muslim or Christian, gay or straight, able or disabled, should make no difference to an individual or communities life choices, but in contemporary cities this is rarely if ever the case.

15 January 2015 | 6.30 pm
IIHS Bangalore City Campus
IIHS Library is open and public now, offers membership services to access Library resources and services. For more details click here