1990: Habitat Schools Curriculum at the TVB School of Habitat Studies, New Delhi

Formal outcome of the HUDCO-GREHA Proposal for Restructuring Technical Education to meet the requirements of Human Settlements, designed to restructure Architectural Education which would have “provide(ed) Bachelors Courses in Habitat Planning, Habitat Management and Architecture, three year Diploma Course in Habitat Engineering and training in building skills with special emphasis on social aspects, low-cost technologies and extension methods will promote a hierarchy of skills required for facilitating housing and human settlement development in a desirable manner.

1988: Proposal for Restructuring Technical Education to meet the requirements of Human Settlements

A major recommendation of the Study Group is the concept of Habitat Schools which will provide Bachelors Courses in Habitat Planning, Habitat Management and Architecture, three year Diploma Course in Habitat Engineering and training in building skills with special emphasis on social aspects, low-cost technologies and extension methods will promote a hierarchy of skills required for facilitating housing and human settlement development in a desirable manner. 

1986: Delhi School of Design: Notes on meeting of 23rd July 86 at Sammelan Kaksha, HUDCO

The course of architectural study will develop a basic grounding in fundamental and timeless principles of architecture, which emerge out of a philosophic, cultural, and scientific value frame