Department of Energy and Environment
Mrs. Deepty Jain holds M.Plan in Infrastructure planning from CEPT University, Ahmedabad and M.Sc. in Urban Development and Management from ITC, Netherlands. She was amongst the three students from CEPT University to be selected for fully funded dual degree program funded by Volvo Research and Education Foundation (VREF). Mrs. Jain is pursuing PhD from Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Delhi on low carbon mobility planning in Indian cities.
Honors and AwardsYoung Voices Award 2008 for Article on new policies and approaches to address air pollution and climate change in Asia, 5th Better Air Quality workshop 2008 organized by Clean Air Initiative for Asia, Bangkok
Certificate of Merit 2005, Strokes Furniture Design competition, organized by A+D journal
Selected PublicationsPopulation disaggregation to capture short trips-Vishakhapatnam, India
Jain, D. and Tiwari, G
Computers, Environment and Urban Systems, 62, 7-18,
Sustainable mobility indicators for Indian cities: Selection methodology and application
Deepty Jain, Geetam Tiwari
How the present would have looked like? Impact of non-motorized transport and public transport infrastructure on travel behavior, energy consumption and CO2 emissions-Delhi, Pune and Patna
Jain, D. and Tiwari, G.
Sustainable Cities and Society, 22, 1-10,
Impact of public transport and non-motorized transport infrastructure on travel mode shares, energy, emissions and safety: Case of Indian cities.
Tiwari, G, Jain, D. and Rao, K.R.
Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment, 44, pp.277-291,
Accessibility and safety indicators for all road users: case study Delhi BRT
Tiwari, G. and Jain, D.
Journal of Transport Geography, 22, 87-95,