Sanjeev Singh
Dean (Planning and Development)
Professor, Department of Architecture
ssingh@spabhopal.ac.in

Education:
PhD, National University of Singapore, Singapore.
Master of Environmental Studies (by research) Department of Geography & Environmental, University of Melbourne.
Post Graduate Diploma in Environmental Studies Department of Geography & Environmental Studies University of Melbourne, 1996 Honours grade achieved.
Bachelor of Architecture Government College of Architecture Lucknow University, India.

Institute Responsibilities:
Dean (Planning and Development)

Courses Taught:
Design III
B Arch Thesis
Estimating and Costing

Areas of Research/Study:

Environmental Planning
Vernacular Architecture

Journal Articles
International
Martin Perry & Sanjeev Singh, (2001), Corporate Greening of Foreign Transnationals in Singapore, Singapore Journal of Tropical Geography, Vol.22, No. 1. Sanjeev Singh & Martin Perry, (2000), Voluntary Environmental Initiatives: ISO 14001 certified organisations in Singapore, Asia-pacific Viewpoint, Vol. 41, No. 3.

National
Municipal Waste Management in Indian cities; Need for a Joint Public Private & Community Cities. Volume 1, Issue 1, Monsoon – 2010, SPANDREL. Pedagogic inference for vernacular architecture, as an important component of architectural education. Issue 6 – 2013

Working Papers
Martin Perry & Sanjeev Singh, Corporate Environmental Responsibility in Singapore and Malaysia: The Potential and Limits to Voluntary Initiatives, Technology, Business and Society- Paper no. 3, United Nations Research Institute for Social Development programme Papers, UNRISD, Geneva.

Book Chapters
Martin Perry & Sanjeev Singh, Corporate Environmental Responsibility in Singapore and Malaysia: The Potential and Limits to Voluntary Initiatives, in Utting, P. (ed), The Greening of Business in Developing Countries: Rhetoric, Reality, and Prospects, Zed Books. Conference papers Conferences.
Stakeholder Influence & Business Behaviour, 2010, Lap Lambert Academic Publishing, Germany.
Sustainable Development and the Wisdom of Vernacular Architecture, Issue Editor. SPANDREL, Issue6 – 2013.

Conference Papers
Sanjeev Singh, (2001), Corporate Greening of Foreign Transnationals in Singapore and Malaysia, Paper presented at the Institute of Australian Geographers/New Zealand Geographical Society conference ‘2001: Geography, A Spatial Odyssey’, 29 January- 2 February 2001, Dunedin, New Zealand. Sanjeev Singh & Martin Perry, (2000), Corporate Environmental Responsibility in Singapore: The Potential and Limits to Voluntary Environmental Initiatives, Paper presented at the Global Conference on Economic Geography, December 5-9, Singapore.
Martin Perry & Sanjeev Singh, (2000),Corporate Environmental Responsibility in Singapore and Malaysia: The potential and Limits to Voluntary Initiatives, Paper presented at United Nations Research Institute for Social Development (UNRISD) Workshop on Promoting Corporate Responsibility in Developing Countries, October 23-24, Geneva.
Sanjeev Singh & Martin Perry, (2001),Corporate Green of Foreign Transnationals in Malaysia, Paper presented at the Malaysian Studies Conference 3, August 6-8, UKM, ,Kala Lumpur Malaysia.
Sanjeev Singh, (2004), Evolving a Model Teaching Curriculum , Paper presented at Workshop on at Faculty of Architecture, Jamia-Milia Islamia, New Delhi.
Sanjeev Singh, (2005), green buildings: placing architecture within the environmental agenda: Paper presented at National Conference on Architecture for Masses at Faculty of Architecture, Jamia-Milia Islamia, New Delhi.
Sanjeev Singh (2006), Intelligent Buildings: A way towards Modernisation in Architecture, Paper presented at the ‘Young Architects Conference” October 2005.
Sanjeev Singh, (2006), Green Buildings: Placing Architecture within the Environmental Agenda, Paper presented at the ‘UP Architects Meet” 2006 at Varanasi, April 10 2006, Varanasi.
Sanjeev Singh, (2007), Municipal Waste Management in Indian Cities, Paper presented at National Seminar on Housing ‘Cage in the City’ organised by Centre for Built Environment Kolkota, at Kolkota, December 2007.
Sanjeev Singh & Manmohan Kapshe, (2012), Co benefit approach in Waste Management : A case of Surat – India, International Conference on Responding to Climate Change - UK – Indian perspective, Institute of Sustainable World, Queens University, Belfast UK.

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