Birla Institute of Technology, Mesra
Dr. Satyaki Sarkar
Professor, Architecture and Planning
Ph.D. (Jadavpur University), M.C.P. (IIT Kharagpur), M.Sc. - Disaster Mitigation (S.M.U.), B. Arch (Utkal University), B. Sc (Calcutta University)
Contact Address
Permanent Address 19, College Road, Howrah - 711103
Local Address C-II/61, BIT Mesra, Ranchi - 835215
Phone (Office) 2275444 Extn 4509
Phone Residence 94315 97302 / 82981 91862
Email Id satyakisarkar@bitmesra.ac.in
Joined Institute on : 13-Jul-2004

  Work Experience
 
Teaching : 20 Years

Research : 3 Years

Individual: 1 Years

  Professional Background
  • Lecturer, Department of Architecture, Birla Institute of Technology, Mesra, 12th July 2004 to 31st March 2008.
  • Senior Lecturer, Department of Architecture, Birla Institute of Technology, Mesra, 1st April 2008 to 15th July 2010.
  • Reader, Department of Architecture, Birla Institute of Technology, Mesra, 16th July 2010 to 31st January 2013.
  • Associate Professor, Department of Architecture & Planning, Birla Institute of Technology, Mesra, 1st February 2013 to 31st December, 2022
  • Professor, Department of Architecture & Planning, Birla Institute of Technology, Mesra, 1st January 2023.

 

  • Incharge, Department of Architecture, Birla Institute of Technology, Patna, 15.03.2016 to 14.05.2016
  • Head Department of Architecture, Birla Institute of Technology, Mesra, 01.03.2018 to 31.12.2018
  • Head Department of Architecture, Birla Institute of Technology, Mesra, 01.07.2019 to 12.11.2021
  Research Areas
 
  • Architectural Conservation
  • Urban Conservation and Heritage Management
  • Urban and Regional Development
  • Rural facility planning

Doctoral Research guidance:

Sl.

Name of Candidate

Name of Topic

Guide / Co-guide

Status

1

Bimal Chandra Roy

Industrial Development Strategy for Resource Based State with reference to Jharkhand

Guide

Awarded in 2016

2

Rajan Chandra Sinha

Development of Housing Quality Assessment Toolkit in Indian Context

Guide

Awarded in 2019

3

Umesh Chandra. Mishra

Social acceptability of affordable housing designs in Resettlement colonies in planned cities of North India

Guide

Awarded in 2021

4

Sonam Singh

Framing a model to encourage children’s independent mobility in Indian Smart Cities

Guide

Ongoing

Varsha Vinod

Assessment of Economic Values of Small Heritage Towns and promotion of Local Entrepreneurship Development

Guide

Ongoing

6 Jinal Boricha Developing an analytical framework for place-making in Indian Urban Streets Co-Guide Ongoing

 

List of MUP (Masters in Urban Planning) thesis Guided

Sl.

Name of Candidate

Name of Topic

1

Sangita (2008-09)

Planning for Areas Abutting Proposed Ring Road while Planning for expansion of a city: A Case Study of Ranchi

2.

Anima Tigga (2008-09)

Redevelopment and Renewal of a City Commercial Spine – case Study of Ranchi Main Road

3.

Namrata Sharan (2010-11)

Redevelopment of Central Commercial Area – Case Study of Sitabuldi, Nagpur

4.

Sounak Misra (2012-14)

Planning for Organized Retail: a case of Rajarhat - Newtown

5.

Kritika (2013-15)

Planning for New Areas of Navi Mumbai based on Environmental Suitability and Accessibility

6.

Kunwar Rohitesh (2013-15)

Solid Waste management and Routing System for city of Varanasi

7.

Sandeep Jha (2014-16)

Planning guidelines for resettlement housing for project affected areas in Jharkhand

8.

Mrityunjay Kumar (2015-17)

Integrated Development of Capital City and its periphery – case study of Ranchi

9

Nirmal Sharma (2015-17)

Redevelopment of a temple city – study of Rajrappa, Jharkhand

10

Mustafa Kapadia (2016-18)

Planning strategies for implementation of an efficient public transportation system (BRTS) in Raipur city

11

Sumit Gupta (2016-18)

Planning for Green and Blue infrastructure provision of Ranchi

12

Chetan Kumar Lal (2017-19)

Parking management plan for CBD area of Raipur city

13

Kandarp Kaushik (2018-20)

Landuse Transport Integration – Strategic Network – Study of Faridabad

14

Shubra Shukla (2018-20)

Feasibility analysis and planning for SEZ – study of Raipur

15

Aditi (2019-21)

Heritage Conservation and Transportation Development for Tourism upliftment – A case study of temple town Bishnupur

16

Riya Gemnani (2019-21)

Planning proposal for De-congesting traffic – A Study of Bilaspur Municipal Area

17

Poulami Naskar (2020-22)

Understanding and planning activity centers for a better city – A case of Siliguri

18

Pradipta Pratim Karmakar (2020-22)

Covid pandemic: rethinking strategies for resilient urban planning

19

Jinal Boricha (2021-23)

Development of alternative approach to transit demand modeling: Case of Surat.

20

Vishwam Chandrayan (2021-23)

Intelligent and sustainable mobility for achieving carbon neutrality.

21

Swati (2021-23)

Provision of Electric vehicle charging Infrastructure and Its integration with existing transport network along with planning Intervention.

22

Deo Kr. Raj (2022-24)

Planning for traffic decongestion of Ramgarh City, Jharkhand

 

No. of B.Arch Thesis guided - 53

  Award and Honours
 

Awarded GATE scholarship 2002-2004

Awarded AICTE MODROB 2021 – Amount Rs. 8.00 L

  Publications
 

Journal Publication

A. Peer Reviewed Journal with ISSN

  1. Varsh V., Sarkar S., & Roy S. (2024). An Overview of key indicators and evaluation tools for assessing economic value of heritage towns – A literature review, Journal of The Institution of Engineers (India): Series A, [ISSN 2250-2149] (Springer) (SCOPUS) (Accepted – in press) DOI: 10.1007/s40030-024-00807-3
  2. Nag A., & Sarkar S. (2024). Integrating Choice Freedom, Economic Health, and Transportation Infrastructure to Forecast Tourism Demand: A Case Study of Bishnupur and its Alignment with Sustainable Development Goals, Transport Policy (ScienceDirect), 147, 198-214, [ISSN 0967-070X] (SCI IF:6.8) DOI/10.1016/j.tranpol.2024.01.001.
  3. Sarkar S., Kumari K., & Prasad P. (2024). Approaching Planning for new areas based on Environmental Suitability and Accessibility - A Study of Navi Mumbai, India, Journal of Urban Planning and Development (ASCE), 150(1), (SCIE; IF: 2.5) [ISSN: 1943-5444/0733-9488] DOI:10.1061/JUPDDM/UPENG-4335
  4. Nag A., & Sarkar S. (2022). Developing an Integrated Model for Assessment of Tourism, Transportation and Economy in Small Heritage Sites, Int. J. of Technological Learning, Innovation and Development (IJTLID), 14 (3), 272 – 296 (Inderscience) (SCOPUS) [ISSN: 1753-1950] DOI: 10.1504/IJTLID.2022.125694
  5. Mishra U., Sarkar S., & Nag A. (2022). Measuring Social Acceptance of Resettlement colonies for the post Covid affected migrants in India, Journal of the Anthropological Survey of India, 71 (1), 105-124 (SAGE) [ISSN: 2632-4369] DOI: 10.1177/2277436X221087834 
  6. Kapadia M., Sarkar S., Roy B. C., & Sinha R. C., (2022). Critical appraisal of parameters for successful implementation of BRTS in India, Periodica Polytechnica Transportation Engineering (SCOPUS), 50 (2), 165–183. [ISSN: 0303-7800] DOI:10.3311/PPtr.16508
  7. Sarkar A., & Sarkar S. (2020). Comparative assessment between statistical and soft computing methods for accident severity classification, Journal of The Institution of Engineers (India): Series A, 101, 27–40 [ISSN 2250-2149] (Springer) (SCOPUS). DOI:10.1007/s40030-019-00422-7
  8. Roy B. C., Sarkar S., Sinha R. C., & Srivastava I. (2019). Identification of a new industrial area based on a macro level analysis - a Case of Bokaro District, Jharkhand, India, International Journal of Engineering and Advanced Technology, 9(2), 1626-1632. (SCOPUS) [ISSN: 2249-8958] DOI:10.35940/ijeat.A1168.129219
  9. Mishra U.C, Sarkar S. (2019). Urban population and identification of indicators for affordable housing in India, International Journal of Recent Technology and Engineering, 8 (2S11), 1-8. [ISSN: 2277-3878] (SCOPUS) DOI: 10.35940/ijrte.B1001. 982S1119
  10. Baruah N., Sarkar S., Roy B. C., & Sinha R. C. (2019). Quantitative analysis of sound absorption properties of plants in indoor environment for enabling sustainable practice, International Journal of Environmental Technology and Management, 22(4/5). 223-235, [ÌSSN 1741-511X, 1466-2132] (Inderscience) (SCOPUS, ESCI) DOI: 10.1504/IJETM.2019.104750
  11. Sinha R. C., Sarkar S., & Mandal N.R., (2018). Development of quality indicators for multi-family residential buildings in India – a Delphi analysis, International Journal of Sustainable Society, 10 (2), 96-122 [ISSN 1756-2546] (Inderscience) (SCOPUS) DOI10.1504/IJSSOC.2018.10015691
  12. Sinha R. C., Sarkar S., & Mandal N.R., (2017). An Overview of Key Indicators and Evaluation Tools for Assessing Housing Quality: A Literature Review, Journal of The Institution of Engineers (India): Series A, 1-11, 98 (3), 337-347 [ISSN 2250-2149] (Springer) (SCOPUS) DOI: 10.1007/s40030-017-0225-z
  13. Sinha R. C. & Sarkar S., (2016). Housing Quality Evaluation Tools - A Comparative Study, International Journal of Innovative Research in Technology, 2 (9), 66-76. [ISSN 2349-6002]
  14. Sinha R. C., Sarkar S., & Mandal N. R. (2016). Adequate housing and quality of life – A literature review, Journal of Applied Literature and Social Sciences, 3 (3), 33-51. [ISSN 2350-1472].
  15. Roy B. C., Sarkar S. (2016). Impact of Infrastructure Availability on Industrial Development- A Micro and Macro Level Analysis for Resource Rich State of Jharkhand, India, Indian Journal Science and Technology, 9 (5), 1-7. [ISSN: 09745645, 09746846] (SCOPUS) (WOS) DOI10.17485/ijst/2016/v9i5/75981
  16. Roy B. C., Sarkar S., Mandal N.R., & Pandey S.K. (2014) Impact of Infrastructure availability on level of Industrial Development in Jharkhand, India: a district level analysis, International Journal of Technological Learning, Innovations and Development, Vol 7, No. 2, 2014, 93 – 123. [1753-1942] (SCOPUS) (Inderscience) DOI10.1504/IJTLID.2014.065880
  17. Roy B. C., Sarkar S., Mandal N.R. (2014). The Link between Institutions and Industrial Development: An Empirical Study of Indian States, International Journal of Engineering, Business and Enterprise Application., Vol (1), 6-12. [2279-0020]
  18. Roy B. C., Sarkar S., Mandal N.R., & Pandey S.K. (2014). Role of Institutions in Economic Performance: An Empirical Study of interstate Differences in Indian States with reference to Jharkhand, European Scientific Journal,10 (10), 313 -335. [ISSN: 1857-7881]. DOI: 10.19044/esj.2014.v10n10p%25p
  19. Roy B. C., Sarkar S., & Mandal N.R. (2013). Natural Resource Abundance and Economic Performance – A Literature Review, Current Urban Studies, 1 (4), 148 – 155. [2328-4900]. DOI:10.4236/cus.2013.14016
  20. Sarkar S. (2012), Approaching 'Need' in a Need Based Design for the Elderly, International Journal of Current Review and Research, 4 (12),131 - 138. [ISSN 2231-2196]  
  21. Mandal N. R. & Sarkar S. (2012). Planning for India’s Energy Demand in Housing Sector – Post 2025; Journal of the Institute of Town Planners, India; 9 (1), [ISSN: 0537-9679]
  22. Roy B. C., & Sarkar S. (2011). Impact of Industries on Urbanisation Process of the Resource Based State of Jharkhand, International Journal of Emerging Technologies and Application in Engineering, Technology and Sciences, 4 (1), 83 - 87. [ISSN 0974-3596]
  23. Sarkar S. (2010). Restructuring Urban Concentration: An Approach Towards Future Urbanization for the Newly Constituted State of Jharkhand, International Journal of Emerging Technologies and Application in Engineering, Technology and Sciences, 3 (2), 177-182. [ISSN 0974-3596]
  24. Sangita, & Sarkar S. (2009). Methodology for organizing Future Growth in Areas Abutting Proposed High Order Roads: A Case study of Newly Formed State Capital Ranchi, Journal of the Institute of Town Planners, India, 6 (2), 101 - 104. [ISSN 0537-9679]
  25. Sangita, Sarkar S. (2009). Technique for Identifying Land Suitability for Urban Development in Stretches around the Proposed Ring Road in Ranchi, Spatio-Economic Development Record, 16. (2), 16 – 22. [ISSN 0971-4944]
  26. Sarkar S., & Sukhatme T. (2008). Financial Tool for Public Private Partnership – Applicability for Road Infrastructure of Jharkhand, ABACUS, 3 (2), 48-54. [ISSN: 0973-8339]
  27. Sarkar S. (2008). Interdependence between Urbanization and Basic Infrastructural Services: case study of Jharkhand and some selected developed states of India, Spatio-Economic Development Record, 15 (5),15 – 24. [ISSN 0971-4944]
  28. Sarkar S, & Sengupta. B.K. (2007). Feasibility of polycentric development for urban areas of Jharkhand – an appraisal, ABACUS, 1 (2), 14-22. [ISSN: 0973-8339]
  29. Sarkar S. (2006). Modifying microclimate through energy-efficient enviroscaping, LA-Journal of Landscape Architecture, India, 4 (3), 34 – 37. [ISSN: 0975-0177]
  30. Sarkar S. (2006). Influence of FDI in Real Estate upsurge – the Indian experience, SHELTER – Journal of HSMI HUDCO, 9 (2), 67 - 70. [ISSN: 2347-4912]
  31. Sarkar S., & Biswas D. (2006). Improvement of basic infrastructure and land management for urban poor: an approach towards better tomorrow, SHELTER – special issue on JNNURM, a HUDCO – HSMI publication, 9 (1), 55 – 60. [ISSN: 2347-4912]
  32. Sarkar S.  (2006).  Revision of Building Byelaws for Heritage District of Kolkata, NAGARLOK, Journal of IIPA, XXXVIII, 13 – 18. [ISSN 0027-7584]
  33. Sarkar S. (2006). Prospects of Replacement and Reuse of Timber in Construction Industry, NICMAR – Journal of Construction Management, XXI (1), 18 – 22. [ISSN 0970-3675]
  34. Sarkar S. (2005). Methodology for Conservation of Historic Urban Cores, Journal of the Institute of Town Planners, India, 2 (2), 69 – 72. [ISSN 0537-9679]
  35. Sarkar S. (2005). The Historic Urban Core of Kolkata - another approach, CONTEXT – Journal of the Development and Research Organization for Nature, Arts and Heritage, II (2), 59 – 64. [ISSN 0973- 502X].

National Journal

  1. Sarkar S. (2011). Infill Proposals for Revival of Historic Urban Core of Kolkata, The IUP Journal of Architecture, III (1), 33-43.
  2. Sarkar S., Sarkar A. (2010). Sustainable Development of Natural Resources through Remote Sensing and GIS, Journal of Indian Buildings Congress, 17 (2), 103 - 106.
  3. Sarkar S. (2008). Low Energy High-rise Building Design – the Changing Concept, Journal of Indian Buildings Congress, 15 (1), 32-35.
  4. Sarkar S. (2007). Response to Dynamics of Urban Development – case study of Jharkhand, Journal of Indian Buildings Congress, 14 (1), 152 – 156.
  5. Sarkar S. (2007). Residential Hubs of Bengali Merchant Class of Early nineteenth Century Calcutta, Journal of Bengal Arts,11-12, 91-99.
  6. Sarkar S. (2006). Responding to Human Resource Crisis in Construction Industry – Case of Jharkhand, Journal of Indian Buildings Congress, 13 (2), 201 – 206.
  7. Sarkar S. (2006). Elements of Urban Form in the Historic Urban Core of Kolkata – an appraisal, Architecture + Design [A+D], XXIII (10), 44 – 52.
  8. Sarkar S. (2005). Partnership between Government and Civil Society – the road ahead, International Journal of Town Planning and Management, 1 (1). 13-17.
  9. Sarkar S. (2005). Access Facilities for Physically Handicapped, Architecture + Design [A+D], XXII (7), 38 – 42.
  10. Sarkar S. (2004). Conservation of a Historic Urban Core – B.B.D. Bag, Kolkata, Journal of Bengal Arts, IX & X, 441 – 449

 

International Conferences / Seminar

  1. Boricha. J., Chakraborty, M. & Sarkar, S. (2024) Participatory Planning for Place-Making To Create Sustainable Indian Cities - An Overview, 2nd International Conference on Trends in Architecture and Construction - ICTAC-2024; 09 April, Chandigarh, India.
  2. Varsha. V, Sarkar. S., & Roy. S. (2024) Identifying the prime movers of Cultural Heritage Economic Assessment Framework, International Conference on Climate Change, Cultural Heritage and Sustainable Habitat, 17-18 February, 2024, Patna, India
  3. Boricha J., Sarkar S., & Prasad P. (2023) Reclaiming streets of an inner urban core with the place making approach: Case of Surat, 7th Conference of Transportation Research Group of India (CTRG 2023), 17-20th December 2023, Surat, India.
  4. Varsha V, Sarkar S & Roy S. (2023) Heritage by-products as core indicators of Cultural Heritage Economy, CPUD '23, IX. International Online City Planning and Urban Design Conference, DAKAM (Eastern Mediterranean Academic Research Center) on May 19, 2023. Published in Architecture and Urban Planning Conferences Proceedings Spring 2023, ISBN: 978-625-7034-31-9
  5. Chandrayan. V, Prasad. P., & Sarkar S. (2023) Infusing Intelligence in Mobility Planning of Existing city Structure - Case of Bhubaneswar. Presented at IBSR, IIT Kharagpur, 7 March. Published in the conference proceedings.
  6. Chandrayan V, Prasad. P., & Sarkar S. (2023) Approaching Mobility for Indian Smart City - Study of Bhubaneswar. ARCS 7.0, Sustainable Urbanism in the Global South, School of Human Settlement, XIM University, Bhubaneswar, 10-11 FebruaryISBN: 978-81-954005-2-2, DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.7648092
  7. Boricha J., Sarkar S., & Prasad P. (2023) An Approach Towards Reclaiming Streets in Inner Urban Core of Surat. Presented at IBSR, IIT Kharagpur, 7 March.. Published in the conference proceedings.
  8. Boricha J., Sarkar S., & Prasad P. (2023) Place-Making in an Urban Core: Case of Surat. ARCS 7.0, Sustainable Urbanism in the Global South, School of Human Settlement, XIM University, Bhubaneswar, 10-11 February. ISBN: 978-81-954005-2-2, DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.7648092
  9. Sarkar. S., & Pathak A. (2019) Can Peri-urban growth be confined within Urban Development Models in India? 3rd Asian Regional Conference on Peri-urbanisation - Sustainable Urban and Rural future, School of Planning and Architecture, Bhopal, 17 to 20 December.
  10. Sarkar. S., Roy. B. C., & Sinha. R. C. (2016) The Paradigm Shift in Indian Construction Industry Post Economic Policy Reforms during Globalization, 5th International Conference on Advancement of Development Administration 2016 – Social Sciences and Interdisciplinary Studies, 26 – 28 May, Bangkok, Thailand.
  11. Sarkar S. (2016) A Conceptual Model for Sustainable Urban Development of Inner-City Areas, International Conference Emerging Strides in Innovations and Skill Development: A Sustainable Perspective, organized by SMS University, Varanasi, India, 19-22 February.
  12. Sinha. R. C., Sarkar. S. & Roy. B. C. (2015) Forging Urban Development through Literacy Improvement for Less-developed States Study of Jharkhand, India, 2016 International Conference on “Civil, Architectural and Environmental Engineering” (CAEE-16) 21-22 June, Bangkok, Thailand, XXX.
  13. Roy. B. C., & Sarkar. S. (2014) Infrastructure, Industrial Development and Policy Orientation: a District level analysis for Jharkhand, 3rd International Conference on Advancement of Development Administration 2014 – Social Sciences and Interdisciplinary Studies, 9 – 11 October, Bangkok, Thailand.
  14. Roy. B. C., & Sarkar. S. (2014) Understanding Relationship between Infrastructure, Industrial Development and Policy Orientation for Resource Rich Districts of Jharkhand, India, VIII WAC 2014: International Conference on Balancing Development and Environment, New Delhi, 20-21 November.
  15. Mandal N.R., & Sarkar S. (2008) Analyzing Inter- Relationship of Housing Sector and Energy Consumption Pattern – Study of Indian Scenario, at XXXVI IAHS World Congress on Housing National Housing Programmes - New Visions – International Conference organized by Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur, India, 3-5 November.
  16. Sarkar. S. (2008) Effects of Globalization on Performance of Urban Sector – A Critical Appraisal of Everyday Urbanism in India, at XXXVI IAHS World Congress on Housing National Housing Programmes - New Visions – International Conference organized by Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur, India, 3-5 November.
  17. Sarkar. S., & Sukhatme T. (2008) Bridging Infrastructural Deficit through Public Private Partnership – Study of Jharkhand with Respect to Roads, International CPP Conference organized by Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore, 3 – 7 August.
  18. Sarkar S. (2008) Sustainable urban development through strengthening of communication infrastructure – case of Jharkhand, International Conference on Public Policy and Sustainable Development organized by Department of Economics, IGNOU New Delhi, 26 – 28 March.
  19. Sarkar S. (2007) Conserving the built heritage of a world class city – case study Kolkata, 7th International Conference on Urban Planning and Environment – “World Class Cities”, at Kasestart University, Bangkok, Thailand, 3 – 5 January.
  20. Sarkar S. (2006) Revamping heritage management: responding to endemic crisis of historic urban core of Kolkata”, 12th International Planning History Conference - “Cross national transfer of planning ideas and local identity” – 2006 at New Delhi, India, 11 – 14 December .
  21. Sarkar S. (2006) Urban Development strategy for newly constituted resource-based state – case study of Jharkhand, India, 3rd International PhD Seminar on Urbanism & Urbanisation - A new modernity Approaches, theories, and designs at IUAV University, Venice, Italy, 29 – 31 August.
  22. Sarkar S. (2005) Integrated Conservation of Historic Urban Core– B.B.D. Bag, Kolkata, International Conference on “Art and Architecture of Eastern India and Bangladesh” at BIT Mesra, 7 – 11 February.

National Conferences / Seminar

  1. Sarkar. S. (2011) Managing Land for Urban Poor: The inside story; Proceedings of 59th National Town & Country Planners Congress on ‘Land as a resource for urban development’; Panchkula, Haryana, 10 – 12th February.
  2. Sarkar. S., & Sarkar. A. (2010) Approaching Inclusive Planning for Urban Slums in Indian Megacities using Geographic Information System; Proceedings of 58th National Town & Country Planners Congress on ‘Inclusive Planning for Empowering Urban Poor’; Nagpur, 4 – 6th January.
  3. Sarkar. S. (2008) Strengthening small and medium sized towns towards future urbanisation of Jharkhand, One-day Planning Workshop of ITPI Jharkhand Regional Chapter, at B.I.T. Mesra, 29th February.
  4. Sarkar. S. (2008) Improving Basic Services in the Peri Urban Expanses of Ranchi, National Seminar of Indian Institute of Town Planners, India, at Kolkata, 20th – 22nd December.
  5. Mandal. N.R., & Sarkar. S. (2007) Planning for Social Infrastructure: few issues, East Zone Planning Conference on Planning and Development of Social Infrastructure, at B.I.T. Mesra, 4th August.
  6. Sarkar. S. (2007) Responding to rapid fringe growth of Ranchi: necessity for planning intervention, National Seminar of Indian Institute of Town Planners, India, at Kochi, 7th – 9th January.
  7. Sarkar. S. (2006) Responding to Human Resource Crisis in Construction Industry – Case of Jharkhand, 12th National Convention of Indian Building Congress, at Vigyan Bhawan, New Delhi, 15th – 17th June.
  8. Sarkar. S, & Biswas D. (2006) Managing Urban Growth for the new state capital – Ranchi, National Seminar of Indian Institute of Town Planners, India, at Amritsar, 15th – 16th January.
  9. Bhattacharya. S.P., & Sarkar. S. (2006) Post-earthquake assessment, repair and retrofitting of damaged component, National Workshop on Earthquake Resistant Design for the Built Environment, at Bengal Engineering and Science University, Shibpur, 6th – 7th January.
  10. Sarkar. S. (2005) Parks and city greens: a protagonist for urban existence, NATCON, National Seminar for Indian Institute of Architects, at Bhopal, 23rd – 24th December.
  11. Sarkar. S. (2004) Access facilities in public buildings for physically handicapped, Workshop on ‘Architecture for the Challenged”, at BIT Mesra, 23rd – 24th September.

Acted as guest lecturer / resource person:

  1. On the topic of “Methodologies for Architectural Research” at Faculty Development Program on Manifesting Utilisation of Software in Architecture, organised by COA TRC Bhopal and Sri Sri University, Cuttack on 8th January 2024..
  2. On the topic of “Methodologies for Architectural Research” at Faculty Development Program on Manifesting Utilisation of Software in Architecture, organised by COA TRC Bhopal and Chettinad School of Architecture, Chennai on 30th October 2023.
  3. On the topic of “Research methodology related to areas of conservation on Built Heritageat Faculty Development Program on Recent Development in Architecture organized by School of Architecture and Planning, KIIT University, Bhubaneswar on 22nd June 2021.
  4. On the topic of - " Post Architectural Education??" at a webinar on Designing the Future conducted by Arizona State University, USA on 10th July 2020
  5. On the topic of – “Inventory of Heritage Buildings’ at Short Term Training Programme on Building Maintenance and Preservation, organized by Department of Architecture, Birla Institute of Technology, Mesra and supported by Department of Art Culture Government of Jharkhand from 29th February to 4th March 2016.
  6. On the topic of – “Management of World Heritage Sites”, at Workshop of World Heritage Volunteers 2015 Programme, an initiative of UNESCO at Bodhgaya, Bihar on 12th November 2015
  7. On the topic of - “Post earthquake assessment, repair and retrofitting of damaged component”, at the workshop of National Programme for Capacity Building of Architects in Earthquake Risk Management, at A.B.I.T. Cuttack on 16th March 2008
  8. On the topic of - “Building an Architectural Inventory” at “Documentation of Historic Architecture Workshop”, from 10th – 14th May 2006 at Udaipur city.
  9. On the topic of - “Management of Post-earthquake Scenario” at the workshop of National Programme for Capacity Building of Engineers in Earthquake Risk Management, at B.I.T. Mesra from 24th – 29th October 2005, 12th – 17th December 2005 and 13th – 18th February 2006.
  10. On the topic of - “Methodology for restoration and infill of Heritage Sites” in the Short-Term Training Programme on “Architectural Design Pedagogy”, held at BIT, Mesra during 7th – 17th December 2004.
  Member of Professional Bodies
 

Council of Architecture: No. CA/2002/29966

Institute of Town Planners: No. 2005 / 104 [FITP]

Indian Institute of Architects: No. F-15466 [FIIA]

Indian Society of Technical Education: No. LM 44436

Indian National Trust for Art and Cultural Heritage: No. L / 11122 [LM]

  Current Sponsored Projects
 

Research & Consultancy work in B.I.T. Mesra:

Sl. No.

Project Title

PI / Co- PI/

Funding Agency

Year of Sanction

Sanctioned Amount

Project Duration

1

Interrelationship Between Socio-Economic Development, Social Innovation and Entrepreneurship Development: An Empirical Study on Small Heritage Town

Project Director - Dr. Satyaki Sarkar

Indian Council of Social Science Research

2023

Rs 8.06 L

2 years - Ongoing

2

Heritage Consultation of Heritage Byelaws of 08 Centrally Protected Monuments & Protected Areas” In Bihar & Jharkhand

Co-PI – Dr. Satyaki Sarkar

National Monuments Authority Ministry of Culture, GoI

2022

Rs 7.27 L

6 months - completed

3

Upgradation of MUP Lab to 3D City Engine lab under MODROBS

PI – Dr. Satyaki Sarkar

AICTE

2021

Rs. 8.00 L

2 years - ongoing

4

Preparation of Gram Panchayat Spatial Development Plan / Master Plan for Neori (Ranchi district) and Kanrra (Bokaro District)

PI – Dr. Satyaki Sarkar

 

Ministry of Panchayati Raj, Government of India

July 2020

Rs. 5.00 L

6 months - Completed

5

Identification and Prioritization of Housing Quality Indicators for prospective buyers under Middle Income Group (MIG) section

PI – Dr. Satyaki Sarkar

 

BIT Mesra

October 2015

Rs. 80,000

3 years - Completed

6

Developing suitable pedagogical methods for courses on Architectural Sociology

PI – Dr. Satyaki Sarkar

 

National Mission Project through ICT, MHRD Govt of India

October 2009

Rs. 7.00 L

5 years - Completed

7

Redevelopment of Megalith site at Hazaribagh for NTPC.

Co- PI - Dr. Satyaki Sarkar

NTPC

2011

Rs. 2.90 L

 

3 months - Completed

8

Study of Energy consumption trends, Demand and Supply trends in all building types in India

Team Member - Dr. Satyaki Sarkar

UTRC, USA

2008

8000 USD

6 months - Completed

9

Preparation of Conservation cum Development Plan of Sutiambe, Jharkhand

Co-PI - Dr. Satyaki Sarkar

Department of Art & Culture, Government of Jharkhand

2007

Rs. 2.00 L

3 months – Completed

10

Upgradation of Birsa Munda Airport Ranchi

Team Member - Dr. Satyaki Sarkar

Airport Authority of India

2005

Rs. 1.75 L

6 months - Completed

  Text and Reference Books
 
  1. Sarkar Amrita, Sarkar Satyaki. (2024). Conceptual framework for application of ANN model in accident prediction – a study of Central Kolkata in Theoretical and Conceptual Frameworks in ICT Research, IGI Global. pp.50-76. ISBN13: 9781799896876. (SCOPUS)
  2. Nag Aditi, Sarkar Satyaki. (2023). Crisis in Motion: Unraveling the Impact of Covid -19 on Migration and Sustainable Survivability in Chandil, Jharkhand in Achieving the Sustainable Development Goals Through Infrastructure Development, IGI Global, pp. 146-197. ISBN13: 9798369307946. (SCOPUS)
  3. Varsh Vinod, Sarkar Satyaki, Roy Supriyo. (2023). Proposed Methodological Framework for Assessing the Economic Value of Heritage Town and Local Economic Phenomena in Exploring Culture and Heritage Through Experience Tourism, IGI Global. pp. 1-12, ISBN13:  9781668499573.(SCOPUS)
  4. Sarkar Satyaki, Naskar Poulami. (2022). Formulating strategies for alternative growth nodes by analyzing future activity centers for a better city – A case of Siliguri city, in Handbook of Research on Technological Advances of Library and Information Science in Industry 5.0, IGI Globalpp. 430-462, ISBN13: 9781668447550, (SCOPUS)
  5. Sarkar Amrita, Sarkar Satyaki. (2022). Comparing Conventional Methods with Fuzzy logic for Quantifying Road Congestion: – Evidence from Central Kolkata India in Handbook of Research on Technological Advances of Library and Information Science in Industry 5.0, IGI Global, pp. 330-354, ISBN13: 9781668447550, (SCOPUS)
  6. Sarkar Satyaki. (2011). Urban Development Strategy for a Newly Constituted State - Jharkhand, India, VDM Verlag Dr. Müller e.K., ISBN 978-3-639-35348-8, 2011
  7. Sarkar Satyaki. (2011). Integrated Conservation of the Historic Urban Core, Lap Lambert Academic Publishing AG Co Kg, ISBN - 978-3-844-33240-7, 2
  Fellow
 

Fellow of Indian Institute of Architects

Fellow of Institute of Town Planners, India

  Member, Editorial Board
 
  • International Journal of Architecture and Infrastructure Planning
  • International Journal of Rural and Regional Planning Development
  • ABACUS (upto 2015)
  • Panel Review Members of Qatar National Research Fund
  • Reviewer for Inderscience