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Khyati Institute of Master of Valuation

Course Introduction

In the post globalization period, there is heavy boom in the real estate business in India. Thus, the requirement of a professional valuer is increasing day by day. In our country, regulatory environment is evolving rapidly and it is quite likely that academic qualification in the valuation field will become mandatory in the days to come, where valuation professional will need certification in order to practice as a professional valuer.

At present, in India, Real Estate, M.sc(Real Estate valuation) & Master of commerce (Valuation of Real Estate and Agricultural Land) is offered by some universities, whereas, for the first time in India, We are offering Master of Valuation (Real Estate including Agricultural Land) - which includes valuation of agricultural land along with non-agricultural real estates. In other words, this has become a complete course which will cover valuation of all type of real properties and hence, in the field of valuation this has become a unique course of its kind in India. Hence, it will offer immense career opportunities for beginners in the field of valuation and will add significant weightage to current practicing valuation professionals.

Affiliation

Khyati Institute of Valuation is affiliated to the Gujarat University, one of the oldest conventional universities of Gujarat State

 

Admission and Eligibility Criteria

  1. Type : Post Graduate Master's Degree Course
  2. Language/Medium – English
  3. Duration of programme - 2 Years (i.e. four semesters of six months out of which the last semester will be for project work)
  4. Eligibility for admission - Any Graduate
  5. Candidates need to apply at college for the admission.

Note : Nomenclature of this course may change to Master of Science in Valuation (Real Estate including Agricultural Land) or any other appropriate nomenclature as per the UGC norms.

ANNEXURE - A

Semester-wise Subjects for Master of Commerce (Valuation of Real Estate and Agricultural Land)

FIRST YEAR FIRST SEMESTER
No Subject Marks Credits per Week
1 Town & Regional Planning 100 4
2 Introduction to Accounts and Statistics 100 4
3 Principles of Economics 100 4
4 Principles of Valuation: Real Estate 100 4
5 Elementary Surveying& Engineering Drawing 100 4
6 Law I 100 4
  Total 600 24
FIRST YEAR SECOND SEMESTER
No Subject Marks Credits per Week
1 Principles of Insurance & Loss Assessment 100 4
2 Building Construction 100 4
3 Law II 100 4
4 Law III 100 4
5 Valuation of Real Estate 100 4
6 Rural & Urban Land Economics 100 4
  Total 600 24
SECOND YEAR THIRD SEMESTER
No Subject Marks Credits per Week
1 Environmental Studies&Real Estate Management 100 4
2 Maintenance & Repairs of building & Dilapidations 100 4
3 Advance Valuation 100 4
4 Law IV 100 4
5 Agricultural Science & Agronomy 100 4
6 Report Writing 100 4
  Total 600 24
SECOND YEAR FOURTH SEMESTER
No Subject Marks Credits per Week
1 Field work and Projectwork 400 16
2 Viva 200 08
  Total 600 24