Day 1- 24 November 2008

Introduction to workshop by Prof. Kohn – 1

Introduction to workshop by Prof. Kohn – 2

Introduction to CEPT initiatives in Ahmedabad by Prof. Chhaya

Day 2 – 25 November 2008

A case for a people-friendly approach by Prof. Kohn

Introducing the analysis of the Sabarmati River Basin

Day 3 and 4 – 26/ 27 November 2008

Draft presentations by students on analysis of Sabarmati River Basin

Day 5 – 28 November 2008

Final analysis of Sabarmati River Basin (Updated)

Lecture by Prof.R.J. Vasavada

Day 6 and 7 – 29/30 November 2008

Visit to sites along the Sabarmati

Day 8 – 1 December 2008

Lecture by Prof.Utpal Sharma

Presentation of site visit narratives

Lecture by R.I. Shah

Day 9 – 2 December 2008

Presentation of site visit narratives continued

Day 10 – 3 December 2008

Discussion on issues to be pursued further

Day 11 – 4 December 2008

Tying up strings of issues – patterns/ opportunities along the river

Day 12 – 5 December

Lecture by Dr. Darshini Mahadevia

Day 13 – 6 December

Work started in 3 groups – tackling the whole river basin, a 20 km stretch between Ahmedabad and Gandhinagar, and a 20 km stretch south of the Vasna barrage

Day 14 – 7 December

Identifying issues, prioritising

Day 15 – 8 December

Lecture by Dr. Parthasarathy

Day 16 – 9 December

Lecture by Prof. Chhaya

Day 17 – 10 December

Students ‘ discussion with resource persons

Day 18 – 11 December

Concluding session with Prof.Kohn

Day 19 – 12 December

Students work on final presentation

Day 20 – 13 December

Exhibition of students’ work on CEPT campus

Day 21 – 14 December

Student presentation at Sunday Market, Ellis Bridge

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