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School Building norms

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a detail list of norms issued by various educational board for school buildings.

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School Building norms

  1. 1. Presented To :- Ar. Aanchal Sharma Ar. Rohit Lobiyal Presented By :- Richa Jaiswal Sakshi Agarwal Aryan Gupta B.Arch IV Sem
  2. 2. School ? A basic word which we listen daily, which is an essential part of our life, a place where we get education. But how a school is constructed, what are the norms for a school building, are the question which we face while constructing a school. My colleagues had earlier mention about the rules and regulation issued by NBC. But there are some norms issued by different educational board for their respective affiliated schools. So, we are here to discuss about those norms issued by different boards such as • NCERT • CBSE • CISCE • State Board • UGC • MHRD
  3. 3. Building norms issued by CBSE: 1. They are effective from 28th January, 1988 with modifications/amendments from time to time. 2. The institution must have a minimum of 2000 sq mtr campus area of its own.
  4. 4. 2. Provided that the school may be graded as Category A+, Category A & Category B School as per the following criteria: Category A + School - Permanently affiliated school Category A School - Provisionally affiliated school with land of atleast 2 acres or of such measurement as has been permitted under Rule 3(ii) (b),(c), (d) & (e) below. Category B School - Provisionally affiliated school with following criterion: b) does not possess land as per Category ‘A’ but has not less than 1.5 acre of land also satisfies the following: •250 sq. mtr. of area + 1 sq.mtr. for every student on the rolls (for a middle school). • 500 sq.mtr. of area +1 sq.mtr. for every student on the rolls (for a Secondary school). • 750 sq.mtr. of area +1 sq.mtr. for every student on the rolls (for a Senior Secondary school) c) satisfies all the other conditions of Affiliation Bye-Laws
  5. 5. In cities with a population exceeding 15 lacs, the land should not be less than one acre with adequate building & arrangement with other institution/organization for imparting Physical & Health Education and for conducting games, to the satisfaction of the Board. In hilly areas, the land should not be less than one acre. The norms as prescribed by the Planning Commission shall be applicable for determining the hilly areas. The land area for the schools seeking affiliation in NCT, Delhi should not be less than the following:
  6. 6. (a) Infrastructure The infrastructural facilities should be as follows:- . (i) Class rooms - minimum size should be 8 m x 6 m (approx 500. sq. ft.). (ii) 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. (iii) Library - minimum size should be 14 m.x 8 m. fully equipped and with reading room facility. (iv) Computer Lab. and Math Lab. - No minimum size is prescribed, however, the school should have separate provision for each. (v) Rooms for extra curricular activities - either separate rooms for music, dance, arts & sports or one multi purpose hall for all these activities should be available.
  7. 7. Pre school classroom plan in India
  8. 8. Physical Facilities 1. Class rooms should be adequate in size. The minimum floor space should at least be 1 sq. metre per student. 2. Every institution will provide proper facilities like ramps, toilets for wheel chair users and auditory signals in elevators, in lifts. 3. ”The School should scrupulously observe prescription from the Municipal Authority/District Collectorate/Transport Department regarding drinking water, fire safety and transport precautions in the school. A certificate from the Municipal/Fire/Transport Authority regarding sanitary conditions, water/fire/transport safety should be submitted along with the application. A fresh certificate regarding fulfillment of these requirements should be obtained and submitted to the Board every five years. 4. (i) Adequate ground to create out door facilities for a 200 metre track. 5. Every school should have atleast one adequately equipped Computer Lab with a minimum of 10 computers or computer student ratio of 1:20 and proper software.
  9. 9. Library 1. The Library should be well equipped and spacious. It should have at least five books(other than text books) per student in its stock subject to a minimum of 1500 at the beginning. It shall not stock notes, examination guides or keys of any kind. In the selection of books, norms or guidelines provided by the Board should be followed and purchases should be made in consultation with the subject teachers. 2. The school should subscribe to sufficient number of newspapers and magazines. Atleast 15 magazines suitable for students and professional needs of teachers should be subscribed to.
  10. 10. Building norms issued by CISCE: a) The school infrastructure should be adequate for accommodating the numbers and gender of pupils attending the School. b) Classes will be conducted only on the premises for which affiliation is granted as per the No Objection Certificate. c) The school should have a minimum of 2000 sq.metres of land, suitable buildings constructed on a part of the land and proper playgrounds on the remaining land with adequate facilities as prescribed from time to time by the Council.
  11. 11. Secondary classroom plan in India
  12. 12. The school should have a well-equipped library for the use of its staff and pupils. It should have at least five books (other than specimen copies of textbooks) per student in its stock, subject to a minimum of 2500 books in the beginning. It shall not stock notes, examination guides, etc., of any kind. There should be sufficiently large classrooms {preferably having area of 37 sq.mtr. (400 sq.ft.) per classroom} to accommodate all sections or classes. There should be separate laboratories for Physics, Chemistry Biology and Computers. The school should have adequate infrastructure for teaching all other Subjects. The school should have appropriate furniture, adequate equipment and apparatus for teaching
  13. 13. The above mentioned sizes are for the respective state boards while others follow the norms given by the NBC.
  14. 14. Schools buildings constructed under the programme school should have the following facilities: • 4 class room for 2 section school / 2 classroom for 1 section school • 1 Science Laboratory • Laboratories for vocational education • Headmaster room • Office room • Computer room • Art/craft/culture room • Library room • Separate toilet blocks for boys and girls • Drinking water facility Plinth area for 1 section and 2 section school should be 540 sq.mt. and 672 sq.mt. respectively considering the above items of constructions
  15. 15. While planning for strengthening of existing schools following points to be considered:  The gaps with respect to infrastructure in the existing school should be identified based on the UDISE data.  While adding infrastructure to a school, it should be ensured that all the required infrastructure works are planned in a single go. This will ensure a school once covered has all the required facilities. (Whole school Approach). In this approach all the aspects like ramps, railing, and toilet for CWSN, labs for vocational trades etc. needs to be planned in single year.  The components that can be undertaken under the programme are listed below with specifications to be followed: Rooms Sizes Class rooms/Additional classrooms Class Room- Pupil Ratio: 1:40 Minimum ratio :1:25 Class Room size: as per State norm, or plinth area of 66 sq. mt.
  16. 16. Science Laboratory One Integrated Science Laboratory- for Physics, Biology & Mathematics. Room size: as per State norm or 66 sq.mt of plinth area. Cost of construction will furniture, fixtures, fittings, circulation area (verandah) etc. Headmaster/ Principal room 1 HM room for schools where there is no HM room In there is one HM for elementary and secondary room, it would be available under SSA- RTE Office Room 1 office room for schools where there is no office room In case there is one office room for elementary and secondary room, it would be available under SSA- RTE
  17. 17. ADMINISTRATION 1 STAFFROOM 80-85 SQ M 1 STAFF STUDY 100-105 SQ M 1 OFFICE FOR HEAD 20-25 SQ M 1 OFFICE FOR DEPUTY HEAD 20-25 SQ M 1 OFFICE 15-20 SQ M 1 PTM ROOM 20-25 SQ M 1 CARETAKER’S ROOM 20-25 SQ M
  18. 18. SPORTS  GYMNASIUM:-  1 EXERCISE AREA – 15 X 27 M TYPE OF SPORT NET USABLE AREA PERMISSIBLE DIMENSIONS STANDARD DIMENSIONS LENGTH (M) WIDTH (M) LENGTH(M) WIDTH (M) BADMINTON 13.4 6.1 13.4 6.1 BASKETBALL 24-28 13-15 28 15 BOXING 4.9-6.1 4.9-6.1 6.1 6.1 CRICKET 29.12-33.12 3.66-4.0 33.12 4.0 FOOTBALL 30-50 15-25 40 20
  19. 19. • 1.25 MINIMUM • 2.5 M MAXIMUM • 1.25 – 2 M FOR LESS THAN 180 PEOPLE • 2.7 – 3.4 M• 1.8 – 2 M SQ FLOOR AREA REQUIREMENT PER STUDENT CLEAR HEIGHT WIDTH OF STAIRCASE WIDTH OF CORRIDORS

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