TOWN AND REGIONAL PLANNING

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The desirability of planning is primarily driven by the need for:

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Planning practices in India are influenced by:

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The planning process in India involves:

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The hierarchy of planning in India starts from:

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Physical factors in relation to development include:

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Social factors in relation to development include:

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Economic factors in relation to development include:

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Land use planning involves:

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Land use management includes:

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A city or town is defined as a human settlement that:

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Urban planning focuses on:

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Rural planning aims to:

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The concept of sustainable development emphasizes:

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The primary goal of environmental planning is to:

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Regional planning involves:

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The planning commission in India was replaced by the:

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The Integrated Development Plan (IDP) is prepared at the:

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The Town and Country Planning Act is responsible for regulating:

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The National Urban Transport Policy aims to promote:

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The concept of smart cities emphasizes the use of:

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The preparation of a development plan involves:

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Land use zoning principles aim to:

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The effect of land use zoning on real estate can include:

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Development plans are implemented by various agencies, including:

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The 73rd and 74th constitutional amendments in India relate to:

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The effects of the 73rd and 74th constitutional amendments can include:

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The legal mechanism for the enforcement of planning documents may include:

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Updating of planning documents is important to:

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The effect of a planning document in force can include:

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The land use zoning category that typically includes residential areas is:

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The land use zoning category that typically includes office buildings and retail spaces is:

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The land use zoning category that typically includes manufacturing facilities is:

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The agency responsible for preparing and implementing development plans at the local level in urban areas in India is:

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The effect of a development plan on valuation can include:

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Theeffect of a development plan on valuation can vary depending on factors such as:

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The 73rd constitutional amendment in India pertains to:

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The 74th constitutional amendment in India pertains to:

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The legal mechanism for the enforcement of planning documents may include:

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The process of updating planning documents may involve:

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The effect of a planning document in force can extend to:

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Regional planning aims to:

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The objectives of regional planning include:

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Regional planning involves the delineation of regions, which refers to:

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Types of regions in regional planning can include:

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The hierarchy of regions refers to:

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Human settlements in regional planning include:

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The industrial location theory proposed by Weber focuses on:

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The industrial location theory proposed by Isard emphasizes:

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The theory of agglomeration economies suggests that:

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The location quotient is a measure used in regional planning to:

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The hierarchy of regions refers to:

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The highest level in the hierarchy of regions is typically represented by:

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Human settlements include:

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According to Weber's industrial location theory, industries are primarily influenced by:

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The concept of agglomeration economies in industrial location theory refers to:

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Isard's industrial location theory emphasizes the role of:

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The term "central place" in human settlement hierarchy refers to:

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The concept of functional specialization in human settlements refers to:

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The primate city phenomenon in human settlements refers to:

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The rank-size rule in settlement hierarchy suggests that: