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Thesis 2016-17

INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTURE AND TOWN


PLANNING, JHANSI

SYNOPSIS

Saurabh Kesarwani
B.Arch. 5th Year
Roll No.:-1213323922

TOPICS

Preference
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Inter State Bus Terminal,


Narela (Delhi)

Preference
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Central Research Institute


for Ayurveda, Narela
(Delhi)

Preference
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Community Center, Rohini


(Delhi)

Table of Contents
INTER STATE BUS TERMINAL (NARELA, NEW DELHI) ................................................................................................................ 3-9
INTRODUCTION .......................................................................................................................................................................... 3
NEED OF ISBT ............................................................................................................................................................................. 3
AIM & OBJECTIVE ....................................................................................................................................................................... 4
SITE ..............................................................................................................................................................................................

LOCATION .................................................................................................................................................................... 5

SITE DETAIL .................................................................................................................................................................. 5

APPROACH ................................................................................................................................................................... 6

BYE LAWS ..................................................................................................................................................................... 7

BYE LAWS ................................................................................................................................................................................... 8


CONCEPT .................................................................................................................................................................................... 8
SPATIAL REQUIREMENTS ........................................................................................................................................................... 8
METHODOLOGY ......................................................................................................................................................................... 9
RELEVENT CASE STUDY .............................................................................................................................................................. 9
CLIENT ........................................................................................................................................................................................ 9
RESERCH CENTER FOR AYURVEDA (NARELA, NEW DELHI) ................................................................................................... 10-15
INTRODUCTION ........................................................................................................................................................................ 10
AIM & OBJECTIVE ..................................................................................................................................................................... 11
SITE ..............................................................................................................................................................................................

LOCATION .................................................................................................................................................................. 11

SITE DETAIL ................................................................................................................................................................ 13

APPROACH ................................................................................................................................................................. 13

BYE LAWS ................................................................................................................................................................... 14

BYE LAWS ................................................................................................................................................................................. 14


CONCEPT .................................................................................................................................................................................. 14
RELEVENT CASE STUDY ............................................................................................................................................................ 14
SPATIAL REQUIREMENTS ......................................................................................................................................................... 15
CLIENT ...................................................................................................................................................................................... 15
COMMUNITY CENTER (ROHINI, NEW DELHI) ........................................................................................................................ 16-18
INTRODUCTION ........................................................................................................................................................................ 16
AIM & OBJECTIVE ..................................................................................................................................................................... 16

LOCATION .................................................................................................................................................................. 17

SITE DETAIL ................................................................................................................................................................ 18

APPROACH ................................................................................................................................................................. 18

CONCEPT ......................................................................................................................................................................................
RELEVENT CASE STUDY ............................................................................................................................................................ 18
SPATIAL REQUIREMENTS ......................................................................................................................................................... 18

Inter State Bus


Terminal

Holambi Kalan, Narela, New Delhi

INTRODUCTION:
Transportation is one of the most important requirements for the aid of communication
from one place to other for visiting purpose or in the sense of tourism. A number of factors like
the convenience from one place to the other, promotion of tourism, for communication between
places etc. Have predicted the importance of planning such as roadways industries in the
essence of bus terminals.
Transportation system improves the social, economic, industrial and commercial
progress and further transforms the society into an organized one. It is one of the essential
services, vital force for determining the Direction of development. To achieve the desired
transportation balance and for the system to be efficient, it is Essential to provide organized
facilities in the system. As transportation is concerned with the movement between origin and
destination involves the movement of People and goods, there is need for an access point in
the system for use.
In India, an Inter State Bus Terminal or Inter-State Bus Terminus (ISBT) is a bus
terminus that provides bus service to destinations located in other states. An ISBT may also
provide bus services to destinations in the same state. By the requirement of time ISBT is now a
days also provided with facilities like accommodation, commercial complex, restaurants,
multiplex etc. as per need to promote road transportation as well as providing a place for
tourists to spend the waiting time pleasingly. Development of bus terminals is very important is
very important for efficient operation of any bus system.

Need of isbt:
New Delhi or more accurately the whole NCR region is suffering a problem of Traffic
congestion. Taking the transportation through buses about 1900 bus trips were taken at the
Kashmere Gate only about which most numbers are from Hariyana (about 650). Going through
route of Bus to major cities of Hariyana that is Sonipat, Panipat and Bagpat, the buses have to
travel about 30 km on the busy roads of Delhi to reach the Kashmere Gate Bus Terminal which
increase the traffic congestion of Delhi.
Kashmere Gate ISBT was opened in 1976. It served as the only ISBT in Delhi till 1993
when it was transferred to the Transport Department, after which two new ISBT's were created
in Sarai Kale Khan and Anand Vihar to de-congest the overcrowded Kashmere Gate ISBT. By
Developing the ISBT at Narela a heavy traffic is diverted towards the Narela resulting a huge

rest in traffic and also it will increase the no of trips taken by Buses from most of city of
Hariyana, Himanchal Pradesh and Punjab. It will increase revenue of the concerning Transport
Authorities also.

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Vir Hakikat Rai Inter-State Bus Terminus, Sarai Kale Khan


Swami Vivekanand Inter State Bus Terminus, Anand Vihar
Maharana Pratap Inter State Bus Terminus, Kashmere Gate
Proposed ISBT at Dwarka
Proposed Inter State Bus Terminal, Narela

Aim / objective:
To divert the traffic in the city of Delhi by providing a nearest Bus terminal to the Buses
coming from neighboring states.
To provide better infrastructure for terminal as well as commercial space to meet with
future requirements.
To promote road transportation by provide a better environment to the passenger
meeting with the facilities provided now a days at Airport Terminals as well as Railway
Stations.
To provide the convenient and economical space for relaxation to the tourist at the bus
terminal only.
Also to provide world class infrastructure and facilities to attract local publics to use the
commercial space.

LOCATION:
The site of ISBT is 500 m from
Holambi Kalan Railway Station near
Narela Industrial Area
at Narela Sub City in Delhi.

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Railway line

proposed metro station

Existing road

proposed road network

Drainage

proposed site of isbt

Site detail:

Site Area
Topology
Geomorphology
Soil Type
Average Rainfall
Average Temprature
o Summer
o Winter

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10.97 Ha (27.10 Acres)


Flat
Alluvial Plain
Sand and Clay
581mm
7.3 C 21.3 C
45 C 47 C

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Approach:
ROAD:o 100 M WIDE TOWARDS SOUTH
o 60 M WIDE ROAD TOWARDS NORTH EAST
o 40 M WIDE ROAD PROPOSED TOWARDS NORTH
RAILWAYS:o 500 M FROM HOLAMBI KALAN RAILWAY STATION
o 320KM. FROM NEW DELHI RAILWAY STATION
METRO STATION:- 100 M WALKING DISTANCE FROM PROPOSED METRO
STATION OF NARELA ISBT.
AIRPORT:- 35KM FROM INDIRA GANDHI INTERNATION AIRPORT TERMINAL, NEW
DELHI

Surrounding:
The Site have road on 3 of its sides. On the west side it shares boundary with proposed
police station, A mini Bus Terminal for Local Buses.

Bye laws:
1) Ground coverage: 25%
2) FAR: 100, subject to the following
a) FAR shall be available on a maximum area of 10 ha. or area of site whichever is less.
b) ISBT, including operational structures Maximum FAR 70
c) Hotel/ passenger accommodation and facilities Maximum FAR 30.
3) Parking: In addition to the requirement of parking for ISBT/buses, parking for Hotel/
passenger accommodation and facilities shall beat the rate of 2 ECS per 100 Sq. M. of
floor area.
4) The development shall be undertaken in a composite manner.

Concept:
The aim is to provide an integrated space consist of Bus Terminal as well as Commercial
Complex.
To provide underground parking and services for convenience of visitors.
To provide a standard accommodation facility which meets the economy as well as class
of people.
To develop a healthy environment through Indoor and Outdoor Landscaping.
To provide a energy efficient complex meeting with norms of Green Building.

Spatial requirements:

Parking (Buses/Taxi/Cars)
Arrival / Departure Bay
Separate Bus Stop for Local Buses
Tourist Counters
Ticketing Area
Waiting Lounge
Boarding Concourse
Boarding Platforms
ISBT Offices
Local Canteen
Window Shopping
Food Court

Accommodation Facilities
Public Address System
Commercial Shops
Gaming Zone
Multiplex

methodology:
The detail site study in terms
of features, climate etc. The detail
study of specific building typology in
terms of the nature, quality and
space requirements including
services, equipments, etc. The study
of similar building types to familiarize
with the existing solutions to similar
related requirements. The framing of
the requirements, concept and
finalization of the design.

Relevant live case study:


Maharana Pratap Inter State Bus Terminus, Kashmere Gate, Delhi.
Vadodara Central Bus Terminus, Vadodara, Gujrat.
New Mohali Bus Terminal, Mohali, Punjab.

Name of client :
Delhi Transport Corporation (DTC)

Central Research
Institute for Ayurveda
Sector A8, Narela, New Delhi

INTRODUCTION:
Ayurveda medicine, is a system of medicine with historical roots in the Indian
subcontinent. Ayurveda literally means "Science of Life". Ayurveda is evolved from the various
Vedic hymns rooted in the fundamental philosophies about life, disease and health. Therapies
are typically based on complex herbal compounds, while treatises introduced mineral and metal
substances. Ancient Ayurveda treatises also taught surgical techniques, including rhinoplasty,
perineal lithotomy, the suturing of wounds, and the extraction of foreign objects.
Although laboratory experiments suggest it is possible that some substances in Ayurveda
might be developed into effective treatments, there is no evidence that any are effective as
currently proffered. Ayurveda medicine is considered pseudoscientific. Other researchers
consider it a protoscience, or trans-science system instead.
The Ministry of AYUSH was formed on 9th November' 2014. Earlier it was known as the
Department of Indian System of Medicine and Homeopathy (ISM&H) which was created in
March 1995 and renamed as Department of Ayurveda, Yoga and Naturopathy, Unani, Siddha
and Homoeopathy (AYUSH) in November 2003, with a view to provide focused attention for the
development of Education and Research in Ayurveda, Yoga and Naturopathy, Unani, Siddha
and Homoeopathy.
The Central Council for Research in Ayurved ic Sciences (CCRAS) is an
autonomous body of the Ministry of AYUSh. It is an apex body in India for the
formulation, co-ordination, development and promotion of research on scientific
lines in Ayurveda and Sowa-Rigpa system of medicine.
The broad areas of Research in Ayurveda comprise :
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Medicinal Plant Research (Medico-ethno Botanical survey, cultivation,


Pharmacognosy), Drug standardization Research .

Pharmacology Research (Pre clinical Safety/Toxicity and Biological


Activity Studies).

Clinical Research.

Literary Research & Documentation.

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Aim/ objective:
To upgrade the educational standards of Indian Systems of Medicines (Ayurvedic)
colleges in the country.
To strengthen existing research institutions and to ensure a time-bound research
program on identified diseases for which these systems have an effective treatment.
To draw up schemes for promotion, cultivation and regeneration of medicinal plants used
in these systems.
To evolve Pharmacopoeia standards for Indian Systems of Medicine and Ayurvedic
drugs.

LOCATION:
The Site is Located at North Delhi in Sector A8, Narela Sub City. The site is sharing its
boundary with proposed All India Institute for Homeopathy. The Site is surrounded by
Institutional Area from all the sides.
A Working Women Hostel and Boys Hostel is also proposed near the Site. The site is
well Approachable and have flat topology.

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EXISTING ROAD
PROPOSED SITE FOR CENTRAL RESEARCH INSTITUTE FOR AYURVEDA

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Site detail:

Site Area
Topology
Geomorphology
Soil Type
Average Rainfall
Average Temprature
o Summer
o Winter

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2.02 Ha (5 Acres)
Flat
Alluvial Plain
Sand and Clay
581mm
7.3 C 21.3 C
45 C 47 C

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Approach & surrounding:
ROAD:o 40 M WIDE ROAD PROPOSED TOWARDS NORTH WEST FACE OF SITE.
NEAREST BUS STOP:o RAMDEV CHAUK, 150 M FROM SITE.
NEAREST METRO STATION:o SAMAYPUR BADLI, 17 KM FROM SITE.
The site shares boundary with Institution spaces from 3 sides.
Proposed ALL INDIA INSTITUTE for HOMEOPATHY on east
Proposed Engineering College on North
Existing Collge on West.

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Bye laws:
1) Ground coverage: 30%
2) FAR: 100
3) Maximum Permissible Height: 30M

Concept:
To provide studentes good infrastructure so they can learn and explore more of their
abilities.
To emphasis on aesthetic and impact of layout keeping in concentration the required
student friendly environment.
To provide all necessary facilities in the hospital to provide good heath condition to
public.
To create enter relatioship between open, semi open and covered spaces.
To provide facilities suitable for research work of all types.

Spatial requirements:
Institutional Building
50 Bedded Hospital
Research Block
IT Center
Rasayan Shala (Pharmacy)
Hostel Facility for Students (Boys/Girls)
Library
Staff Quarters
Committee Room
Other relevant facilities

Relevant live case study:


NATIONAL INSTITUTE FOR AYURVEDA, Jaipur, Rajasthan.
NATIONAL RESEARCH INSTITUTE FOR AYURVEDA- SIDDHA HUMAN RESOURCE
DEVELOPMENT, Gwalior, Madhya Pradesh.
INSTITUTE OF POST GRADUATE TEACHING & RESEARCH IN AYURVEDA,
Jamnagar, Gujrat.

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Name of client :
Central Council for Research in Ayurvedic Medicine Science
(CCRAS), Governed By Ministry of AYUSH.

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Community center
Sector 22, Rohini, New Delhi

INTRODUCTION:
Community center is a public location where members of a community
may gather for group activities, social Support, public information & other
purposes. It plays a major part in the concept of community development and
democracy seen through individuals organizing themselves into neighborhood
groups.it will also provide a market for the whole community.
It will have space for functions(grass root Level),recreational space, kiosks,
restaurant, a plaza, an
Office block, a primary school, play field and a common parking space.

Aim/ objective:

As the place for all-community celebrations at various occasions and traditions.


As the place for public meetings of the citizens on various issues.
As the place where politicians or other official leaders come to meet the
citizens and ask for their opinions, support or votes ("election campaigning" in
democracies, other kinds of requests in non-democracies).
As a place where community members meet each other socially.
As a place housing local clubs and volunteer activities.
As a place that community members (and sometimes others), can rent cheaply
when a private family function or party is too big for their own home. For
instance the non-church parts of weddings, funerals etc.
As a place that passes on and retells local history.

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LOCATION:
The site is located in sector -22, Rohini west, at Delhi. Located on the way
to kanjhawala, this site is just 1.8km away from the metro station of Rohini west.
This site is faced by a main road 40 mt wide & surrounded on 3 sides by 13.5 mt,
8mts, 30 mts wide roads respectively.

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Site detail:

Site Area
Topology
Geomorphology
Soil Type
Average Rainfall

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3.6 Ha (9.04 Acre)


Flat
Alluvial Plain
Sand and Clay
550mm

Approach:
Site is a detached plot trapezoidal in shape. The site is approachable from puth
kalan road or from kanjhawala road.it has a well connected road network. It has a
40 mtr. Wide road on its north side which is the main access road. It is
approached on its east ,south and west by 13.5 mtr , 18 mtr. & 30 mtr. Wide
roads respectively. It has a site for fuel station on its west side.

Spatial requirements:

MULTI FUNCTION HALL


PLAZA
PUBLIC INFORMATION BOOTH
KIOSKS
AUDITORIUM
PRIMARY SCHOOL
OFFICE BLOCK
RESTAURANT
PLAYFIELD

Relevant live case study:


INTERNATIONAL CONVENTIONAL CENTER, Hyderabad
INDIAN HABITAT CENTER, Delhi
NDMC CONVENTION CENTER, Delhi

Name of client :
HOUSING AND URBAN PROJECT WING, ROHINI AND NARELA ZONE,
VIKAS MINAR D.D.A.,NEW DELHI.

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