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PROPOSAL FOR CONSTRUCTING A SCHOOL


SYNOPSIS
  • Introduction
  • Objective
  • Aim of the trust in brief
  • Expected Amenities in proposed School Premises

INFRASTRUCTURE

  • Well equipped laboratories(Computer Science, Biology, Physics and Chemistry)
  • Staff rooms
  • Modern classrooms
  • Well equipped laboratories (Computer Science, Biology, Physics and Chemistry)
  • Library
  • Hostel (Separate for each gender)
  • Staff quarters (Teaching and non teaching)
  • Auditorium
  • Assembly Hall
  • Playground (Indoor and Outdoor)
  • Car and Bus Parking
  • Sanitation Wing (Rest rooms)
  • Garden
  • Security System
  • House Keeping facility
  • Solar power plant
  • Fuel generation
  • Transportation
  • Basic sketches related to construction of School Premises Overall layout/sketch of the master site
  • Diagram of administrative complex / wing (School and Hostel)
  • Diagram of Classroom Complex.1
  • Diagram of Classroom Complex.2
  • Diagram of Library Complex
  • Diagram of Girls and Boys Hostel
  • Diagram of Staff Quarters
  • Diagram of Auditorium Complex
  • Diagram of Playground

1.INTRODUCTION

Instruction ought to get radical changes human life, state of mind and conduct. Youngsters ought to be engaged to be worldwide nationals with scholarly, logical, social, social and human viewpoint. Instruction isn't just to make the scholarly brightening alone, yet ought to create aptitudes of issues unraveling and social communication for the advancement of the individual and the general public. Alongside learning fulfillment, instruction should coordinate towards the advancement of various alluring esteems like graciousness, philanthropy, resilience, dedication to obligation, fearlessness, genuineness, peacefulness and amicable incorporated identity of the youngster.

Instruction should prepare the psyche to think imaginatively drawing out the idle abilities of the person. It should additionally illuminate, prepare and engage the kids to confront the difficulties of everyday life and evolving circumstances. As Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru has stated, "Kids resemble buds in the garden and ought to be deliberately and affectionately supported as they are the eventual fate of the country and nationals of tomorrow". Training ought to have the capacity to form them and empower them to accomplish and accomplish their objective.

2. OBJECTIVE

Training is the fundamental venture which clears route for the inside and out improvement of the general public. In this manner the general public tries to accomplish its aimby ensuring essential training for all kids in the general public. To accomplish this, Government of Tamilnadu is sans executing and obligatory training for all and particularly for the poor kids in Tamilnadu. The advance and the brilliant eventual fate of the general public absolutely relies upon the fundamental instruction encouraged to youthful youngsters. The school training is otherwise called fundamental instruction or essential training. The school is one of the social foundations which makes ready for advancement of essential instruction in the general public.

Youngsters are the future natives. The school bestows teach, character, direct, duty, poise and certainty to youth. Every one of the exercises of the school flourish for the satisfaction of the desire of the general public.

In this specific circumstance, Human Welfare Trust a NGO without anyone else's input as a piece of its social administration is flourishing a ton to begin a school of global standard (from Class I - Class XII) with English as mediumof guideline and Tamil as mandatory subject through which it can give free instruction to theweaker segments of the general public and the discouraged.

The Human Welfare Trust has its own plans about the foundation of the proposed school of worldwide standard in five locale of Tamilnadu to be specific Chennai, Madurai, Tiruchirappalli, Tirunelveli andCoimbatore.

So let us The structure of instruction in the State of Tamilnadu depends on the National Level Pattern with 12 years of tutoring comprising of 8 years of basic training. That is 5 years of essential and 3 years of center school training for the age bunches 6 to 10 and 11 to 14 individually. Thisisfollowed by optional and higher auxiliary training of 2 years each. There are 4 principle classes of schools viz. the Government run schools (counting metropolitan and panchayat union schools), the supported and unaided administration schools, the nursery and elementary schools and thematriculation schools.

3. AIM OF THE TRUST IN BRIEF

Note Whenever and wherever there is a sob for assistance from the needy individuals and the oppressed divisions of the general public, there quickly shows up the rendering and supportinghands of Mr. A.B. JEEVANJOSHUA, Founder and ManagingTrustee of the Human Welfare Trust which is a Non-Government association (NGO). The essential point of the trust is to bring mindfulness program, instruction to youngsters, professional preparing to the ladies. Human Welfare Trust rose with the principle point of offering inventive arrangements and to expel the deterrents in theway of social improvement, essential wellbeing, formal training, ladies' proficiency in the rustic regions of the nation.

  • Themost imperative targets of the human welfare trust with reference to training are
  • To destroy absence of education amongthe provincial individuals and toprovide training centresin towns
  • Togrant scholarship stode serving students for their instruction and different needs
  • To build up instructive focuses and institutionsforweaker and impeded individuals to grant training and administration for the peoplewith uncommon accentuation on the instruction ofwomen and kids which advance all round human improvement through extraordinary trainingskills.
  • To begin expressions schools, engineeringcolleges, specialized establishments, I.T.I, therapeutic universities, para-medicinal organizations and PC instruction focuses dealingsoftware
  • furthermore, equipment programmesfor thewelfare of the provincial individuals and other appropriate courses astime and put request.
  • To guarantee usage of free and obligatory school instruction for poor youngsters in Tamilnadu.
  • Todoall different acts and deedswhich are accidental to the points and goals of the trust as to training
  • Over some stretch of time as a piece of its social administration, theHuman Welfare Trust had been endeavoring untiring endeavors under the skilled direction of Mr. A.B. JEEVANJOSHUA,
  • Author and Managing Trustee of the Human Welfare Trust, to give every single conceivable measure to help the destitute and meriting poor understudies to get taught at right
  • purpose of time and right philosophy.
  • Despite the fact that the endeavors and heart of our Managing Trustee of the trust was perseveringly propelled towards bestowing best and man making training as said by Swami
  • Vivekananda among the destitute individuals of provincial and urban range, his psyche was constantly spinning around an idea of field based administration with respect to instruction.
  • Mr. A.B. JEEVANJOSHUA, was more specific to get into a considerably more reliableway of helping poor people and discouraged to get instructed. In short, rather than getting a ask for from a poor and meriting understudy for any kind of assistance to calm from his/her hindrances, Mr. A.B. JEEVAN JOSHUA, Founder and Managing Trustee of the Human
  • Welfare Trust, is sufficiently strong to guarantee his availability to render help to poor people and destitute understudies previously going to the demand. To put in more straightforward words Mr. A.B.

JEEVANJOSHUA, Founder and ManagingTrustee of the Human Welfare Trust needs to state that "rather than beinghere to help, I amthere to help".This essential idea in his mind prompt the possibility of establishinga school of global standard (fromClassI - Class XII) with English as mediumof guideline and Tamil as mandatory subject through which it can give free training to the weaker segments of the general public and the oppressed. This has framed the reason for presenting this Proposal for constructinga schoolof worldwide standard (fromClassI - Class XII)with every single conceivable courtesy.

4. Foundation

The expression "foundation" alludes to the physical offices gave in the school complex. It incorporates structures with classrooms, play area, furniture, library, research center, toilets and other hardware, fundamental for giving training. The conditions forced in the different directions must be entirely conformed to for acknowledgment, endorsement or authorization to run a school. The framework of the proposed school premises will incorporate the accompanying.

4.1 Administrative complex/wing (School)

The administrative complex/wing of the proposed school shall comprise OFFICE ROOMCOMPLEX as its main component, which in turn includes the following

  • Correspondent / Chairman room
  • Principal room
  • Vice – principal room
  • Campus Manager / Administrative Officer [AO] Cabin Staff rooms
  • Computer room
  • Fee counters
  • Stores

Powers and Responsibilities of the first four administrators
  • The overseeing trustee/reporter will be an imperative and fundamental connection between the trust/society and the school.
  • He/She ought to guarantee that the bearings from the general public are passed on to the school overseeing advisory group and to the leader of the organization appropriately.
  • He/She will practice general supervision over the school, subject to the control of the overseeing panel.
  • He/She should exercise such budgetary powers as are endorsed in the plan of administration and appointed to her/him.
  • He/She might sign on the arrangement letters, letters for disciplinary activity against the staff, end and suspension letters and so on for the benefit of the overseeing council
  • Leader of the School/Principal will be the Hon. Secretary of the school overseeing advisory group will work as, the leader of the workplace of the school under his charge and complete every single regulatory obligation expected of a head of office.
  • Be the illustration and dispensing officer for the representatives of the school with the exception of that on account of an unaided school, he may perform just such capacity, as drawing and dispensing officer as might be determined in the guidelines issued by the general public.
  • Be in charge of the best possible support of records of the school, school records, benefit books of educators, and such different registers, returns and insights as might be determined by the general public/board.
  • Handle official correspondence identifying with the school and outfit, inside the predefined dates, the profits and data required by the State Government/Board.

4.2 Staff rooms

As per the guidelines of Government of Tamilnadu, in high and higher secondary schools there should be a teacher for every standard and for every section of a standard in addition to the Head of Institutions (exclusive of language Pundits and other specialist teachers). Teachers will be appointed on the basis of the strength of the students as per G.O.M.S. 525 school education (D1) Department dated 29.12.1997. Hence, the proposed school also wishes to have the following staff strength

  • 2 Teachers/Subject (English, Tamil, Mathematics, Science, History, Geography)
  • 12 Teachers / standard
  • 144 Teachers for the whole school
  • 1 Physical Education master for each standard (12 Nos).
  • 40 Lab attenders
  • 15-20 Technical officers
  • 10-15 System administrators
  • 1 Librarian
  • 2 Assistant Librarians

The proportion of teachers to pupils and the strength of the various classes shall be fixed from time to time by the director provided they have not been laid down in any special rules sanctioned by the government for such institutions.

Furniture

Administrative complex as a whole shall have adequate furniture for seating. The furniture requirements for

Room Requirement Number
Correspondent / Chairman room Table (2 m X 1.25 m X 0.45 m) 1
Chairs 10-15
Book rack 2-3
Cupboard 1
Principal's Room Tables (1.25 m X 2 m X 0.9 m) 1
Chairs 5)
>Book rack 1)
Cupboard 1
Office Room Tables for Administrative Staff 10-15
Chairs for Administrative Staff 10-15
Chairs for Visitors 15-20
Cupboards 5-10
Filing Racks 10
Notice Boards 2
Additional Chairs 5
Staff Room (Staff rooms should be four in number for the whole school) Tables for Teachers 40 (for each room)
Chair for the Teacher 40 (for each room)
Chair for the Visitors 15-20 (for each room)
Cupboards 40 (for each room)
Filing Racks 10 (for each room)
Computer Room Computer Desks 10
Seats for the Staffs 10-15
Table for Consol 1-2
Chair for the Incharge 1
Cupboard 10
Additional Chairs 2
Store Room Cupboards 10-20
Racks 10
Book rack 10

4.3 Modern classrooms

Essentially the proposed school premise is planning to accommodate 1200 pupil irrespective of the gender. Hence each standard (Standard I –Standard XII) will comprise about 100 students each. To make things easier each standard can be divided into four sections with 25 students each in a class room. As a whole, forty eight class rooms will be required for the entire school with all modern amenities meant for efficient learning such as


  • Air conditioned room facility
  • LCD projector facility with internet connected PC
  • Benches and desks with individual cupboard with lock and key
  • Modern Almirah/Ward robe
  • Microphone and speaker facility
  • CCTV Camera

Dimensions required (As per the commandments of Government of Tamilnadu)

  • The minimum size of the classroom should be 6 m. x 6 m. or 400 sq.ft. for a student strength not exceeding 40.
  • The thickness of walls should be not less than 23 cms.
  • The height of the classroom from floor level to bottom of roof shall be not less than 3.06 metres.
  • Each classroom shall have at least 2 door 2 window openings.
  • Doors should be made of either non-combustible material or materials with high fire-resistance rating.
  • Doors shall always open outwards.
  • Door shutters when open should not obstruct movement along the exit or escape route.
  • Windows should be provided at regular intervals to ensure uniform lighting inside the classrooms.
  • No guard bars for windows in the ground floor. However, guard bars of 10 cm.
  • spacing should be provided for all windows in upper floors.

Furniture

All the classrooms shall have adequate furniture for seating the sanctioned number (approximately 25) of students and the teaching staff of the concerned subject. The furniture requirements for class rooms are as follows:

Room Requirement Number
Modern Class Room Seats for the students To seat 25
Chair for the teacher 1
Table for the teacher 1
Black board 1
White board (3 m X 2 m) 1
Additional chairs 2
OHP/LCD Projector 1

4.4 Well equipped laboratories (Computer Science, Biology, Physics and Chemistry)

The school aims to impart the pupil with maximal amount of practical knowledge concerned with the subject to imbibe them with self explanation and thoroughness. Therefore, it is essential to have well equipped laboratories for each and every subject with the essential and required technical expertise. The number of laboratories expected for the proposed school are as follows

  • Physics Laboratory- 3 no.s
  • Chemistry Laboratory- 3 no.s
  • Biology Laboratory- 3 no.s
  • Computer Science Laboratory- 3 no.s
  • Biochemistry Laboratory- 2 no.s
  • Microbiology Laboratory- 2 no.s
  • Biotechnology Laboratory- 2 no.s

Dimensions required (As per the Commandments of Government of Tamilnadu)

  • For Science Labs. (Composite for Secondary or/and separate Physics, Chemistry and Biology for Senior Secondary)- minimum size should be 9 m x 6 m each (approx 600 sq. ft) and fully equipped
  • For Computer Lab.and Maths Lab. - No minimum size is prescribed, however, the school should have separate provision for each.
  • Laboratory furniture - especially the tables should be protected from corrosion by chemicals etc. ‘Kadappa’ stone topped tables would be ideal. Wooden work tables should be coated with fire retardant paint.

For Laboratories:

Dimensions and number of laboratories for the different science subjects; equipment; apparatus and chemicals will be followed as prescribed by the Board; annual budget for expansion of facilities in the laboratories.

Furniture

Laboratories for various subjects in the proposed school should have adequate furniture for the students and the teaching staff of the concerned subject. The furniture requirements for laboratories are as follows:

Room Requirement Number
Correspondent / Chairman room Table (2 m X 1.25 m X 0.45 m) 1
Tall Stools (0.6 m. ht) 25 (for each lab)
Table for the teacher 1 (for each lab)
Chair for the Teacher 1 (for each lab)
Table for the Technical Officers 3 (for each lab)
Chair for the Technical Officers 3 (for each lab)
Cupboard 4-5 (for each lab)
Additional Chairs 2 (for each lab)
Exhaust fans 4 (for each lab)
Chemistry Laboratory (Chemistry Laboratory will be three in number for the whole school) Tables (1.25 m X 2 m X 0.9 m) 6 (for each lab)
Tall Stools (0.6 m. ht) 25 (for each lab)
Table for the teacher 1 (for each lab)
Chair for the Teacher 1 (for each lab)
Table for the Technical Officers 3 (for each lab)
Chair for the Technical Officers 3 (for each lab)
Cupboard 4-5 (for each lab)
Additional Chairs 2 (for each lab)
Exhaust fans 4 (for each lab)
Biology Laboratory (Biology Laboratory will be three in number for the whole school) Tables (1.25 m X 2 m X 0.9 m) 6 (for each lab)
Tall Stools (0.6 m. ht) 25 (for each lab)
Table for the teacher 1 (for each lab)
Chair for the Teacher 1 (for each lab)
Table for the Technical Officers 3 (for each lab)
Chair for the Technical Officers 3 (for each lab)
Cupboard 4-5 (for each lab)
Additional Chairs 2 (for each lab)
Exhaust fans 4 (for each lab)
Biochemistry Laboratory (Biochemistry Laboratory will be two in number for the whole school) Tables (1.25 m X 2 m X 0.9 m) 6 (for each lab)
Tall Stools (0.6 m. ht) 25 (for each lab)
Table for the teacher 1 (for each lab)
Chair for the Teacher 1 (for each lab)
Table for the Technical Officers 3 (for each lab)
Chair for the Technical Officers 3 (for each lab)
Cupboard 4-5 (for each lab)
Additional Chairs 2 (for each lab)
Exhaust fans 4 (for each lab)
Microbiology Laboratory (Microbiology Laboratory will be two in number for the whole school) Tables (1.25 m X 2 m X 0.9 m) 6 (for each lab)
Tall Stools (0.6 m. ht) 25 (for each lab)
Table for the teacher 1 (for each lab)
Chair for the Teacher 1 (for each lab)
Table for the Technical Officers 3 (for each lab)
Chair for the Technical Officers 3 (for each lab)
Cupboard 4-5 (for each lab)
Additional Chairs 2 (for each lab)
Exhaust fans 4 (for each lab)
Biotechnology Laboratory (Biotechnology Laboratory will be two in number for the whole school) Tables (1.25 m X 2 m X 0.9 m) 6 (for each lab)
Tall Stools (0.6 m. ht) 25 (for each lab)
Table for the teacher 1 (for each lab)
Chair for the Teacher 1 (for each lab)
Table for the Technical Officers 3 (for each lab)
Chair for the Technical Officers 3 (for each lab)
Cupboard 4-5 (for each lab)
Additional Chairs 2 (for each lab)
Exhaust fans 4 (for each lab)
Computer Science Laboratory (Computer Science Laboratory will be three in number for the whole school) Computer Tables Required for 50 systems(for each lab)
Chairs 50 (for each lab)
Table for the teacher 2 (for each lab)
Chair for the Teacher 2(for each lab)
Table for the Technical Officers 3 (for each lab)
Chair for the Technical Officers 3 (for each lab)
Cupboard 4-5 (for each lab)
Additional Chairs 2 (for each lab)
Air Conditioners Required no.s for each lab

4.5 Library

The proposed school shall be provided with a library of suitable books and with a classified catalogue of books contained in it. The choice of books for the library of school shall be made by the head of the institution in consultation with the library committee consisting of senior faculty members who will be responsible for the suitability of the books chosen. Regarding library facilities, dimensions of the stack room and of the reading room; number of books with details regarding the cost of books, indicating also the different categories of books; annual budgets for the library; number of the magazines subscribed to etc. will be done as per norms prescribed in the By-laws of Government of Tamilnadu.

Measurements Required (As Per The instructions Of Government of Tamilnadu)
  • Library-least size ought to be 14 m.x 8 m. completely outfitted and with perusing room office
  • The library ought to be very much prepared and open. It ought to have no less than five books (other than reading material) per understudy in its stock subject to at least 1500 toward the start. It might not stock notes, examination aides or keys of any sort. In the choice of books, standards or rules gave by the Board ought to be taken after and buys ought to be made in discussion with the subject instructors.
  • The school should subscribe to adequate number of daily papers and magazines. No less than 15 magazines appropriate for understudies and expert needs of educators ought to be subscribed to.
  • The Library might not contain any book or different types of writing that uphold or spread collective disharmony or casteismor separation in light of religion, areas or dialect and so forth. The school ought not stock in the library any book objected by the Government/Board.
Furniture

The proposed school will be proud of its kind to provide well furnished library facilities to its students for seating them comfortably. The requirement of furniture facilities for the library is as follows

Room Requirement Number
Library-cum-reading room Book Shelves 50
Periodical Rack 50
Catalogue Cabinets (each with 4 card trays) 20
Table for the Librarian 1
Chair for the Librarian 1
Tables for the Asst. Librarians 2
Chairs for the Asst. Librarians 2
Additional Chairs 5-8 (To seat 50/table)
Long Tables and Chairs 50
Notice Board 1
OHP/LCD Projector 1
Air Conditioners Required no.s

4.6 Hostels (Separate for each gender)

The school which is proposed for development will have isolate inns for male and female understudies. The limits of these inns will be chosen for the most part keeping in see the proportion of different male and female understudies who might go to the school. According to the Commandments of Government of Tamilnadu, the Principal may delegate either a typical superintendent for the two inns and separate superintendents, as might be discovered locally reasonable, from among the employees. If there should arise an occurrence of partitioned superintendents, the one for ladies' inn may beyond what many would consider possible, be a woman. While overhauling the private piece of the lodging will be the obligation of the Institute staff, all requiring costs regarding the wreckage (counting compensation to cook etc)will be borne by the school administration. The inn wreckage might be run either by the understudies as an agreeable, or through a contractual worker as might be discovered locally advantageous.

REQUIREMENTS Administrative complex/wing (Hostel)

The administrative complex/wing of the proposed school’s hostels for male and female students shall comprise the following

  • Warden room
  • Deputy warden room
  • Hostel Manager’s room
  • Caretakers cabin Separate Residence for
  • Cook and assistants
  • Servers
  • Kitchen helpers
  • Sweepers

(Hostel-Male)
  • No.of dormitories required- 4 (50 beds for 50 persons / dormitory)
  • Dining hall
  • Entertainment/Recreation hall
  • Reading hall
  • 50 table and chair/ dormitory
  • 50 almirah / cupboards (per dormitory)
  • Visitor’s hall
  • Wash area for hostel with perfect laundry system for 200 students
  • High profile housekeeping system to maintain cleanliness of hostel premises.
  • Security guard arrangements to work in shifts separately for hostel.
  • Modern kitchen with superb amenities.
  • Common hall for yoga, meditation, exercise etc.
  • Gardening area.

(Hostel-Female)
  • No.of dormitories required- 4 (50 beds for 50 persons / dormitory)
  • Dining hall
  • Entertainment/ Recreation hall
  • Reading hall
  • 50 table and chair/ dormitory
  • 50 almirah / cupboards (per dormitory)
  • Visitor’s hall
  • Wash area for hostel with perfect laundry system for 200 students
  • High profile housekeeping system to maintain cleanliness of hostel premises.
  • Security guard arrangements to work in shifts separately for hostel.
  • Modern kitchen with superb amenities.
  • Common hall for yoga, meditation, exercise etc.
  • Gardening area.

4.7 Staff quarters (Teaching and non teaching)

The school intends to give on grounds convenience to educating and non-showing staffs (200 altogether) of the school on a loft sort of home with all conceivable kind of comforts required.

4.8 Auditorium

With the end goal of directing instructive and social exercises identified with school, the proposed school intends to develop a hall with finished concentrated aerated and cooled framework with all conceivable present day conveniences which is equipped for housing1200-1500 individuals.

4.9 Assembly Hall

Ordinary petitions and easygoing gatherings amongst understudies and instructors/administration of the school might be directed in an agreeable and roomy get together corridor with all offices which is likewise a proposition accessible with plan of the school.

4.10 Playground (Indoor and Outdoor)

According to the Commandments of Government of Tamilnadu, a school student ought to experience no less than 4 recreations classes for every week. Consequently, the proposed school is in progress intending to build required play area offices (both indoor and open air) after particular discussions with the specialized skill concerned. With reference to the play area offices the school is wanting to have the accompanying foundation


PLAYGROUND (outdoor)
  • Foot ball ground
  • Cricket ground
  • Volley ball ground
  • Hockey ground
  • Tennis ground
  • Kabaddi ground

PLAYGROUND (indoor)
  • Table tennis
  • Carom
  • Chess
  • Badminton
  • Swimming Pool

4.11 Car / Bus parking

Transportation frames the fundamental premise of travel for the understudies to the school premises and back home. The school additionally has an arrangement to develop both auto and transport covers which can house around 30 transports and 50 autos at the most extreme. What's more a different stopping office may likewise be made for bikes and bikes.


4.12 Sanitation Wing (Rest rooms)

The school - the second home ought to give every single essential pleasantry to the understudies to make adapting less dangerous - nay - risk - free - for, it is here that the understudies spend most piece of the day. Along these lines, satisfactory number of clean toilets with plentiful water supply ought to be guaranteed to every one of the students.

According to the decrees of Government of Tamilnadu, Municipal Regulation stipulates 1 urinal for each 20 understudies and 1 latrine for each 40 understudies.

In this manner, the school is sufficiently eager to make overabundance number of rest rooms in each infrastructural system of the school and give it to the understudies of both the sex.


4.13 Garden

Maximal piece of the land in the school premises which is proposed will be used for the genial, wonderful and clean garden offices in order to support the brains of our understudies which is certainly going to be of mental significance. What's more, the proposed school likewise plans to house a different agricultural homestead with every conceivable sort of trees and plants which will yield for the use of the school student. Wherever sufficient space is accessible inside the school premises for beyond any doubt it will be changed over in to a rich garden.


4.14 Security System

Wellbeing worry of the staff and understudies of the school will be of prime significance and thus to guarantee it and execute it round the clock security framework will be worked both in the school premises and inn premises. The school will stick to extremely strict rules every so often to guarantee wellbeing of understudies worried about the school.


4.15 House Keeping facility

Also, the school will guarantee the cleanliness and great sanitation of the school premises, by giving efficient and expert house keeping framework all together.


4.16 Solar power plant

A productive and eco-accommodating sunlight based power framework will be introduced in all the school structures of the school preface for the age of sufficient power supply required.


4.17 Fuel generation

With the end goal of giving fuel to cooking and different enhancements worried about the welfare of lodging understudies, the proposed school intends to have a productive framework by Processing dairy animals fertilizer and creating the residential gas/fuel.


4.18 Transportation

The school, will guarantee the accompanying rules and decrees given by the Government of Tamilnadu concerning the transportation office of a school and keep School transports, vans, auto rickshaws utilized as a part of the transportation of understudies ought to guarantee wellbeing measures.

  • They ought to be fitted with speed governors. The state of these vehicles ought to be kept up roadworthy and checked by school experts occasionally.
  • An orderly other than the driver should direct the understudies while driving. No film melodies. No phone while driving.
  • The vehicles ought to under no circumstances be over-burden. The excursions ought to be planned for such away that no understudy needs to go for more than 20-30 minutes.
  • The vehicles should on no account be overloaded. The trips should be scheduled in such a way that no student needs to travel for more than 20-30 minutes.
  • A photo of a youngster/kids/family photo of the driver might be shown before the driver's seat.
  • Important phone numbers for crisis purposes might be shown inside/outside the transport.
  • The school transport ought to have the name of the school painted intensely outside.
  • Public transport transports might be planned to coordinate the school timings.
  • I.D. Cards with photos ought to be worn by the driver and the conductor of even private vehicles.
  • Parents ought to likewise prepare their youngsters to leave for school on time, when the van touches base to maintain a strategic distance from consistent horning and exasperating neighbors-matured, patients, newborn children other than causing commotion contamination.



Blueprints Of School

Admin Building
Aquatic Complex & indoor Stadium
Auditorium
Boys Hostel
Canteen
Girls Hostel
Library
Staff Residence
Tower-1
Tower-2
Old Age Home

3D-View

School Top View
Admin
Admin Block
Canteen
Library