01-Kendriya Vidyalayas



Architectural Norms & Guidelines for Educational Institutions

Kendriya Vidyalaya Schools

1. Kendriya Vidyalaya School Details

A. Land requirement for new school:
 

Sl.No Location Requirement of land (Acres)
1 Metropolitan City 04
2 Hilly Areas 08
3 Urban Area 08
4 Semi-Urban/ Rural Areas 10

1.1 REQUIREMENTS WITH RESPECT TO LAND

The following conditions should be satisfied in respect of the land

2.1.1 The land on which the school is located should necessarily be a contiguous single plot of land. If there are more than two survey numbers etc, all the survey numbers/plots should be adjacent/ touching each other and shall make a single plot of land on the whole.

2.1.2 A suitable building should be constructed on a part of the land and mentioned in 2.1.1 above.

2.1.3 A proper playground should exist on the remaining part of the land mentioned in2.1.1 above.

2.1.4 Other facilities as prescribed by the Board from time to time should exist on a part of the land mentioned in 2.1.1 above

2.1.5  The land mentioned in 2.1.1 above should be surrounded on all sides bya pucca boundary wall of sufficient and adequate height.

1 .2 The school affiliated or seeking affiliation with the Board shall have a minimum of 8000 square meters of land in general subject to the restriction of optimum enrolment and number of sections given in Appendix-I.

1.3 The school not fulfilling the minimum requirement of 8000 square meters but having land  not less than 6000 square meters may be granted affiliation subject to the restriction of optimum enrolment and number of sections given in Appendix-I

1.4 The land requirement will be of minimum 4000 square meters in case of the following, subject to the restriction of optimum enrolment and number of sections given in Appendix-I:

1.4.1 School located in limits of Municipal Authorities of cities with a population exceeding 15 Lakhs.

1.4.2 School located in hilly areas. The norms as prescribed by the Planning Commission (NITI Aayog) shall be applicable for determining the hilly areas.

1.4.3 Schools located within the limits of municipal authorities of the state capital cities

1.4.4 Schools located in the North Eastern States

1.4.6 Schools located within the limits of Municipal Authorities of Ghaziabad. NOIDA, Faridabad and Gurugram cities only of National Capital Region.

1.4.7 Schools located within the limits of Municipal Authorities of Panchkula (Haryana) and Mohali/SAS Nagar (Punjab). the satellite cities of Chandigarh.

1.5 For the schools located within the limits of municipal Authority of the cities classified  as class –X (At present Ahmedabad, Bangalore, Hyderabad and Pune)  by the Government of India the minimum land requirement will be 2000 square meters for a Secondary School and 3000 (or 4000) square for a Senior Secondary School subject to the restriction of optimum enrolment and number of sections given in Appendix-I.

1.6 For the schools mentioned in sub-clauses to this clause, the minimum land requirement will be 1600 square meters for a secondary school and 2400 (or 3200) square meters for a senior secondary school subject to the restriction of optimum enrolment and number of sections given in Appendix-I. 1.6.1 For the schools located in the limits of Municipal Authorities of 

 4 metropolitan citiesof Chennai, Delhi, Kolkata and Mumbai.

1.6.2 For the schools located in the state of Arunachal Pradesh. 1.6.3 For the schools located in the state of Sikkim.

1.6.4 For the schools located on the Islands.

1.7   For the schools situated on the Hill Stations, the minimum land requirement will be 2000 square meters for a Secondary School and 3000 (or 4000) square meters for a Senior Secondary School subject to the restriction of optimum enrolment and number of sections given in Appendix-I:

1.7.1 The institution should have an arrangement for sports and extracurricular activities with the nearby schools/colleges or any other institution for a minimum period of 15 years. 1.7.2 In case the arrangement in respect of

1.7.1 is with a private institution, a copy of the resolution passed by the management of the institution at its managing committee meeting may also be submitted to the Board.  1.7.3 In case the arrangement in respect of

1.7.1 is with a government institution, a copy of the letter issued by the head of such institution may also be submitted to the Board.

1 7.4 The number of students should be restricted in such institutions on the basis of constructed covered area of school building by following the norms of 1 sq mtr. floor area per child. 

B. SPACE NORMS for KENDRIYA VIDYALAYA SCHOOLS:

Sl. No Description No. of rooms and size required as per KVS space norms
 

A-I Type (single section)

A-Type (two section) B-Type (three section) C-Type (four section)
    Nos size in mts Nos size in mts Nos size in mts Nos size in mts
1 Computer Lab 1 7.00 x 7.00 2 7.00 x 10.60 3 7.00 x 10.60 3 7.00 x 10.60
2 Labs 3 7.00 x 8.80
7.00 x 3.60
3 7.00 x
.8.80
7.00 x 3.60
3 7.00 x .8.80
7.00 x 3.60
3 7.00 x 8.80
7.00 x 3.60
3 Jr. Sci. Lab 1 7.00 x 10.60 1 7.00 x 10.60
4 Social Sci/Geo/ Resource room (Primary) 1 7.00 x 3.40 1 7.00 x 3.40 1 7.00 x 3.40 1 7.00 x 3.40
5 Social Sci/Geo/ Resource room (H/Secondary) 1 7.00 x 3.40 1 7.00 x 7.00 1 7.00 x 7.00 1 7.00 x 7.00
6 Activity room 1 7.00 x 10.60 1 7.00 x 10.60 1 7.00 x 10.60 1 7.00 x 10.60
7 Art room 1 7.00 x 7.00 1 7.00 x 10.60 1 7.00 x 10.60 1 7.00 x 10.60
8 SUPW/
Workshop
1 7.00 x 7.00 1 7.00 x 10.60 1 7.00 x 10.60 1 7.00 x 10.60
                   
9 Library 1 7.00 x 10.60 1 7.00 x 14.20 1 7.00 x 17.30 1 7.00 x 21.40
10 Maths Lab 1 7.00 x 7.00 1 7.00 x 7.00 1 7.00 x 7.00 1 7.00 x 7.00
11 Principal room 1 7.00 x 7.00 1 7.00 x 7.00 1 7.00 x 7.00 1 7.00 x 7.00
12 Office 1 7.00 x 7.00 1 7.00 x 7.00 1 7.00 x 7.00 1 7.00 x 7.00
13 Staff common room 1 7.00 x 7.00 1 7.00 x 7.00 1 7.00 x 8.80 1 7.00 x 10.60
14 Vice-Principal room 1 3.40 x 3.40 1 3.40 x 3.40
15 Head Master/ Head Mistress room 1 7.00 x 3.40 1 7.00 x 3.40 1 7.00 x 3.40
16 Exam. Room 1 7.00 x 3.40 1 7.00 x 3.40 1 7.00 x 3.40 1 7.00 x 3.40
17 NCC/Scout/ Guide room 1 7.00 x 3.40 1 7.00 x 7.00 1 7.00 x 7.00 1 7.00 x 7.00
18 PET room 1 7.00 x 3.40 1 7.00 x 7.00 1 7.00 x 7.00 1 7.00 x 7.00
19 Gen. store 1 7.00 x 3.40 1 7.00 x 7.00 1 7.00 x 7.00 1 7.00 x 7.00
20 Medical room 1 7.00 x 3.40 1 7.00 x 3.40 1 7.00 x 3.40 1 7.00 x 3.40
21 Class room 12 7.00 X 7.00 24 7.00 X 7.00 36 7.00 X 7.00 48 7.00 X 7.00

C. PHYSICAL INFRASTRUCTURE      

The school seeking Affiliation must satisfy the following conditions:

3.1 Class Rooms — Minimum size should be 8 m. x 6 m. (approximately 500 Sq/ ft). There should be one room for each class. Minimum floor space should be at least1 sqmtr. per student.

3.2 Science Laboratory - (Composite for Secondary or/and separate Physics,Chemistry and Biology for Senior Secondary)- minimum size should be 9 m. x 6 m. each (approximately 600 sq. ft) and should be fully equipped. 3.3 Library

3.3 Minimum size should be 14 m. x 8 m. fully equipped and with, reading room facility and other resources to cater to the strength of students in the school.

3.4 The Library should have sufficient number of age appropriate books on all subjects in its stock

3.5 Books should include e-Books, Fiction, Non-fiction, Reference books Encyclopedias, Periodicals, and Magazines. Journals and Newspapers Staff and students should be encouraged to read e-magazines, e- journals e-books etc.

3.6 The Library shall not contain any book or other forms of literature that espouse or propagate communal disharmony or casteism or discrimination based on religion, region or language etc. The school should not stock in the library any book disapproved by the Govt/ Board.

3 .7 Computer Laboratory Minimum size of computer laboratory should be 9 m x 6 m each (approx 600 sq ft.).

3.8 The School should have a minimum of 20 computers and computer to student ratio of 1:20.

3.9 The School should have Internet connectivity with good speed.

3.10 There should be minimum one lab if the school strength of students in the school is up to 800. For every additional (up to) 800 students one more lab willbe required.

3.11 If the school is offering any subject related to computer science or IT at senior secondary level, it should have a separate laboratory with adequate provisions for the same.

3.12 There should adequate provisions related to cyber safety in the computer laboratory and students should be allowed in the laboratory under the supervision of a teacher only.

3.13The School should have adequate facilities for providing recreation activities and physical education as well as for conduct of various activities and programs for developmental education and for the social, cultural and moral development of the  students and for safeguarding their health.            

3.14 PLAY GROUND  Adequate ground to create outdoor facilities for at least 200 meter Athletics Track. Facilities for Kabbadi, Kho-Kho, Volleyball, and basketballetc.

Appendix-I

Sl.No Location of School

Campus area

Affiliation allowed Optimum No. of sections (From classes I/VI to X/XI)
A Areas/cities mentioned in clause 1.6 1600 sqm Up to Class X only 10
B Areas/cities mentioned in clause 1.6 2400 sqm Up to Class XII 24
C Areas/cities mentioned in clause 1.6 3200 sqm Up to Class XII 28
D Class X cities (Clauses 1.5) and Areas mentioned in Clause 2.7 2000 sqm Up to Class X only 10
E Class X cities (Clauses 1.5) and Areas mentioned in Clause 2.7 3000 sqm Up to Class XII 24
F Class X cities (Clauses 1.5) and Areas mentioned in Clause 1.7 and Areas/cities mentioned in clause 1.4 4000 sqm Up to Class XII 28
G Pan India (Clause 1.3) 6000 sqm Up to Class XII 38
H Pan India (Clause 1.2) 8000 sqm Up to Class XII 48
I Pan India (Clause 1.2) >8000
sqm
Up to Class-XII:The number of sections shall be restricted in accordance with ‘H’ above with lad requirement unit scaled to 2000 sqm, i.e.12 sections for every2000 sqm additional land.  

Appendix-II

The Hon’ble Supreme Court of India, Justice Dalveer Singh in response to writ petition (Civil) no. 483 of 2004, Avinash Mehrotra Vs Union of India has laid down following minimum specifications for school buildings:

i. The school buildings shall preferably be a ‘A’ class construction with brick/ stone masonry walls with RCC roofing. Where it is not possible to provide RCC roofing only non- combustible fireproof, heat resistance materials should be used.

ii. The nursery and elementary schools should be housed in single storied buildings and the maximum number of floors in school buildings shall be restricted to three including the ground floor.

iii. The school building shall be free from inflammable and toxic materials, which if necessary, should be stored away from the school building.

iv. The staircase, which act as exits or escape routes, shall adhere to provisions specified in the National Building Code of India 2005 to ensure quick evacuation of children.

v. The orientation of the buildings shall be in such a way that proper air circulation and lighting is available with open space all round the building as far as possible.

vi. Existing school buildings shall be provided with additional doors in the main entrances as well as the class rooms if required. The size of the main exit and class room doors shall be enlarged if found inadequate. vii. School buildings have to be insured against fire and natural calamities with Group Insurance of school pupils. viii. Kitchen and other activities involving use of fire shall be carried out in a secure and safe location away from the main school building.

ix. All schools shall have water storage tanks

 BRIEF SPECIFICATIONS FOR KENDRIYA VIDYALAYA SCHOOL BUILDINGS FOUNDATIONS:

•    Bearing capicty10 tonnes / Sqmt.

•    Type-Spread foundation-isolated / combined

•    Depth – up to 1.20 mts below ground level SUPERSTRUCTURES

•    R.C.C Framed construction with filter walls in Brick work or load bearing construction in brick / stone masonry with intermediate columns wherever found necessary.

•    Internal partition in brick Masonry.

•    R.C.C Chajjas, fins, jails etc. REMARKS

•    The design foundation / superstructure shall strictly be subject to soil investigation report of the particular site and incorporating necessary provision for earth quake resistance as per I.S. codes. DOOR & WINDOWS

•    Frames of 2nd class Indian teakwood or equivalent or T-Iron frame, pressed steel frame as per CPWD specifications.

•    Door shutters – Panelled type in 2nd class teakwood or flush door with commercial ply as per CPWD specifications.

•    Window shutters – 2nd class Indian teakwood or steel windo

•    The size of glass panels shall be minimum so that replacement of broken ones becomes easy.

•    Fittings – Anodized.

•    Aluminium or equivalent. FLOORING

•    Main entrance halls, stair case, lavatory blocks-in situ mosaic / Kota stone  or equivalent.

•    Rest of the area including class rooms ordinary cement concrete (IPS Floor)

•    Principal Room- Glazed ceramic tiles of CPWD approved brand. ROOFING

•    Filling for drainage line concrete finish with brick tiles.

•    Water proofing treatment – 4 course treatment finished with brick tiles or any other specifications as adopted for Govt. buildings locally.

•    Additional Data / Fitting & Fixtures For School Buildings of KendriyaVidyalayas

Class Rooms  
Flooring KOTA or equivalent where kota is not available
Wall & ceiling White wash
Black Board 3.00 Mts x 1.40 Mts (Cement concrete)
Cup Board 1 No. with C.C racks and Black Board Shutter upto lintel level
Fans 5 Nos (56) including one above teacher
Tube Lights 5Nos. including one above teacher / black board (Single fitting ordinary Hanging type)
Power Point 01 No.
Pin-up Board As shown in drawing

Note:i. Raised platform for teaching shall not be provided.

ii. Switch Boards /M.C.Bs should be covered in box and shall be provided at lintel level.I.

a) Primary Class Room

•Left hand side of the wall with reference to entry to the class room shall have a two tier shelve with height up to window sill level. Sliding shutter with locks shall be provided.

• The wall opposite black board, up to window sill level shall be finished properly with green paint and preferably with a band of 2” of yellow colour, so that student can draw figures, sketch etc, (b) Labs

•    Requirement of Fans/Tube lights shall be worked out on proportionate basis.

•    For chemistry Lab, R.C.C. Demo. Tables as per KVS layout shall be provided. In other Labs, Tables are not required

 •    Acid proof tiles shall be provided on tables and top of side racks (Chemistry Lab)

•    Adequate no. of exhaust fans shall be provided

•  Groove for Gas pipe line shall be made in the floor. The gas connection, including laying of gas pipe line shall be got done by Principal though Govt. Oil companies like HPCL/BPCL/TOC. However on request of Principal gas chamber of required size outside the building shall be constructed as per specifications of oil companies

•    Water supply shall be provided as per requirement

•    Drainage in the form of covered drain shall be provided.

•    Provision of Chemistry Lab. Should be made in ground floor only.

•    Required number of power points shall be provided in each Lab,

III. Principal Room

•    Attached toilet shall be provided.

•    Flooring shall be Glazed ceramic Tiles Office / Staff Room - Built in storage shelves on wall sides with shutters Exam. Room / Store - shall be provided as per the pattern, length NCC Room - height, decided as per architectural drawings P.E.T. Room - The . wall between two adjacent rooms ie. Activity, SUPW Rooms etc. Activity/SUPW/Art and a class room or similar size room Activity/SUPW Rooms etc - shall be provided with movable partition for cultural,    curriculum activities etc.

IV. Computer Room :-

•    PVC. Flooring shall be provided.

•    Power points for P.Cs shall be provided as per requirement of Principal.

•    Provision for Air Conditioners in window and power points shall be provided. However Air Conditioner shall not be provided,

•    Aluminum double door shall be provided for entry door.

V. Toilets:

•    Adequate no. of W.C., Urinals partitions wash basins etc. shall be provided as per ISI yard sticks

•    No lipped Urinals shall be provided in Boys toilets. Instead a half glazed channel with partitions shall be provided. However squatting plates shall be povided in Girls Toilets.

•    Provision of one bath room shall be made in each toilet.

•    Exhaust fans shall be provided

•    White glazed tiles of 900 mm height in W.C. room and 1800 mm height in the rest of the walls. VI. Corridors / Stair Cases

•    All corridors / stair cases shall be laid with Kota stone slabs or equivalent.

•    Mumpty room for stair case to make access to roof top shall be provided. VII. General

•    Aluminum door with collapsible shutter shall be provided at the entry of the building

 •    For safety precautions all openings, electrical panels, proper enclosures / grills shall be provided.

•    Plinth protection around building with plinth drain connecting the main drains in the campus shall be provided. Similarly proper drainage arrangement in the open spaces inside / outside of the building shall also be made so that water do not stagnate in the campus causing hardship to students while play and movement etc.

•    Only L.T. connection shall be taken as far as possible in order to avoid huge recurring expenditure on electricity bills.

•    Cycle/Scooter stand for 100 /200 nos. with simple truss and A.C. sheet roofing shall be provided close to boundary wall near left hand side of main gate (only simple specifications).

•    Canteen (Kiosk Type ) without sitting space but with cooking, storage and service counter facilities shall be provided at a suitable place in the campus go that entry of outsiders could be restricted.

•    Boundary wall for school plot shall be provided. As per KVS norms the height should be 5’ - 6” including grill, however, wherever safety problems are there on the written request of Principal, the height shall be increased to 6’ including grill. Grill shall be provided only on front side and other sides barbed wire instead of grill shall be provided. :

•    The width of road from gate to main entry of school building shall be 6.00 Mts. All other internal roads 4 paths shall be minimum width and as per requirement, however economic and functional layout of internal roads / paths to connect various facilities shall be developed

•    Corner lights at ail building corners and street lights parallel to roads / paths shall be provided for proper watch and ward.

•    Sign Board (painted - Not neon) of required size shall be provided at the main gate.

•    Cooler spaces with glazed tiles and water supply arrangement and drainage shall be provided at suitable places in the school building as decided by Architect. These spaces shall not be too close to toilets. Coolers shall not be provided.

•    In the campus, drinking water troughs shall be provided at suitable  locations and play areas (Minimum - 2, Maximum - subject to requirement and availability of space / land).

•    At least one power point shall be provided in all Admn. / Service - Support rooms.

•    Width of corridor shall be 1800 mm for singly loaded and 2100 mm for doubly loaded.

•    In the academic related rooms(except class room) glass or equivalent writing boards shall be provided

•    Ramp with suitable width and gradient to all floors, shall be provided as per standards.

•    All open drains shall be covered with pre-cost slabs for student safety and also ease of maintenance.

•    All input materials to be used shall be cost effective and durable. However locally available material/specifications shall be adopted as decided by the Architect to economies in cost.

•    Availability of potable water shall be clearly ascertained. Provision for tube well, U/G sump of adequate capacity, pumps (both submersible/ boosters). Pump House etc. shall be taken in the estimate, furnish cost of each component separately, Alternate water supply connection from local Authorities shall also be taken as standby arrangement.

•    Electric load requirement shall be properly calculated and provision for transformer, laying cables, payment to be made to local Elect. Board etc. shall be included.

•    In case of Defence Sector, paramilitary forces Kendriya Vidyalayas water and electricity are to be provided by the sponsoring authority of prescribed rates as per MoD/MHA guidelines. This aspect should be explored through Principal first.

•    While developing master plan clear boundaries of KV. plot/ plots, proposed facilities viz. School building (making provision to further expansion to next higher type), residential area showing no, of blocks, play fields, cycle stand, canteen, drinking water facilities services, roads/paths drainage, septic tank, soak pit, water supply like tube well, pump house etc. shall be clearly shown, so that over all development is made in planned way,

•    Provision for fire fighting for school building as per bye-laws and NBC guidelines and bye laws of local Fire Services Department shall be made and water harvesting system for structure shall be explored and provided wherever feasible. ,

•    While planning school building, guidelines and space standards for barrier free built environment for disabled and elderly persons issued by CPWD shail be kept in view and minimum provisions be incorporated.

•    In the campus, drinking water troughs shall be provided at suitable 
 locations and play areas (Minimum - 2, Maximum - subject to requirement and availability of space / land).

•    At least one power point shall be provided in all Admn. / Service - Support rooms.

•    Width of corridor shall be 1800 mm for singly loaded and 2100 mm for doubly loaded.

•    In the academic related rooms(except class room) glass or equivalent writing boards shall be provided

•    Ramp with suitable width and gradient to all floors, shall be provided as per standards.

•    All open drains shall be covered with pre-cost slabs for student safety and also ease of maintenance.

•  All input materials to be used shall be cost effective and durable. However locally available material/specifications shall be adopted as decided by the Architect to economies in cost.

•  Availability of potable water shall be clearly ascertained. Provision for tube well, U/G sump of adequate capacity, pumps (both submersible/ boosters). Pump House etc. shall be taken in the estimate, furnish cost of each component separately, Alternate water supply connection from local Authorities shall also be taken as standby arrangement.

• Electric load requirement shall be properly calculated and provision for transformer, laying cables, payment to be made to local Elect. Board etc. shall be included.

•    In case of Defence Sector, paramilitary forces Kendriya Vidyalayas water and electricity are to be provided by the sponsoring authority of prescribed rates as per MoD/MHA guidelines. This aspect should be explored through Principal first.

•   While developing master plan clear boundaries of KV. plot/ plots, proposed facilities viz. School building (making provision to further expansion to next higher type), residential area showing no, of blocks, play fields, cycle stand, canteen, drinking water facilities services, roads/paths drainage, septic tank, soak pit, water supply like tube well, pump house etc. shall be clearly shown, so that over all development is made in planned way,

•    Provision for fire fighting for school building as per bye-laws and NBC guidelines and bye laws of local Fire Services Department shall be made and water harvesting system for structure shall be explored and provided wherever feasible. ,

•    While planning school building, guidelines and space standards for barrier free built environment for disabled and elderly persons issued by CPWD shail be kept in view and minimum provisions be incorporated.

•    A Flag post shall be provided.

•  All Switch Boards/MCBs etc. shall be provided at lintel level covered in boxes with lock/key facility. Similarly wherever Electric Main Boards are there in the building or in the campus, the same shall be coved with wire mesh frames and doors. •    Subject to availability of adequate land, school ‘building shall be planned adopting singly loaded to reduce noise levels/disturbance.

•    Height of the room (Floor to ceiling) shall be kept 3500 mtr or as per site requirement and specifications of CPWD/MES.

•    Wet areas in school building shall be kept away within the building to prevent seepage in adjacent rooms and foul smell etc.

•    Proper location of Tube Well, Pump House, Sump, Septic Tank, elect. Transformer etc. shall be decided go that these will not create safety hazards and become obstruction for future expansion of building and other facilities.

•    Demarcation walls of low height (about 30-45 ems) with light weight grill (about 60 cms) or wire mesh in order to demarcate various areas and facilities shall be provided.

•    A raised platform or stage with tabular truss and GI/AC sheet roof shall be provided for conducting Annual Day / Cultural Activities etc.

•    A sentry post of 1.80 X 1.80 Mtrs. shall be provided at entrance gate.

•    Garbage Bing of suitable size at proper locations shall be provided.

•    In-corporate plantation scheme, parks and other horticulture works in the campus in the master plan. However, this will be developed by the Vidyalaya.

•    The plinth level of the building should be kept at least | $ feet higher than the existing level of outside road with the consideration of economy. The campus drainage system be made effective to avoid stagnation of water.

•    Proper location shall be earmarked for residential purpose subject to availability of land, In the master plan provision for Type-II, Type-III and Type IV shall be made. The requirement of quarters subject to specific demand projected by KVS shall be as under

Types Phase-I Phase-II Phase-III Remarks
Type-I 01 01 NIL  
Type-II 01 01 Actual requirement Cycle shed / scooter shed
/garage with    servant quarter    with    main unit shall  be  provided  as  per norms for each unit
Type-III 04 04 Actual Requirement
Type-IV 04 02 -DO-
Type-V 01 NIL NIL
  11 10  

However in the master two more blocks each of Type-II & Type-III for Ph-III shall be incorporated. The Quarters shall be planned as per approved plinth areas of Ministry of Urban Development (CPWDB) / Ministry of Defense (MES).

•  Sports facilities to be earmarked in the land available with K.V.

•. Primary : Play areas with parks open spaces Hear primary block for play equipment’s like: Plain slides, wave slides, swings, see-saw, Horizontal ladders, rings, grand slide, climbing apparatus, Merry-go-round etc. However equipment shall not be provided.

•. Middle and Senior Secondary : Hockey field, athletic track with football field, Cricket pitch Volley ball court, basket bail court, Badminton court, Gymnastics area etc. 

NOTE:    A ratio of 60 (Boys): 40 (Girls) of total planned strength of vidyalaya shall be taken into consideration.

•    Separate toilets for staff (Gents & Ladies) shall-be provided.

•    Toilet for differently abled person (Boys, Girls, Gents, and Ladies) with necessary fitting/ Fixtures shall be provided as per standards.

Checklist for approval of preliminary drawings for construction of school building with/or /without staff quarters Name of KV: …………………………… Type of school Building (Tick) 

•    A-l (Single mearlonsplintt area 2640 sqint) in normal cases (480 students)

•    A (two section - plinth area 4200 sqmt} in normal cases (960 students}

•    B (three section - plinth area $560 sqm) in normal cases (1440 students)

•    C (four section — plinth area 6660 sqmt) in normal cases (1920 students)

sr.no Description To be ensured by Architect Remarks of Architect
1. No. of rooms conforming to KVS space norms Conforming to KVS space norms/ Few rooms not conforming to KVS space  norms,  but  are  functional (give reasons in remarks col)  
2. Size of rooms conforming to KV Space norms Conforming to KVS space norms/ Few rooms not conforming to KVS space  norms,  but  are  functional (give reasons in remarks col)  
3. Plinth Area As  per  KVS  norms  /  Higher  than KVS space norms (give reasons in remarks col)  
4. Provision   of   cement   concrete black board in classrooms To be made  
5. Provision   of   glass   ‘equivalent’ writing        board        in        other academic related rooms (except classrooms) To be made  
6. Provision  of  built-in  cup  board with   shutters   upto   lintel   level and pin up boards in classrooms To be made  
7. Provision  of  built-in  cup  board with shutters upto lintel in others room To be made  
8. Brief Specification of the project As per KVS / CPWD & soil report or as per KVS / MES & soil report (details to be furnished)  
9. Detail of fitting / fixtures As  per  CPWD/KVS  or  MES/KVS (details to be furnished)  
10. Layout of labs with specifications as per KVS space norms To   be   developed   as   per   KVS norms  
11. Ramp to all floors for differently abled persons and children To be provided as per yardsticks  
12. Toilet     in     ground     floor     for differently abled children To be provided as per yardsticks  
13. Drawings  with  future  expansion of school building to next higher category      showing      required number  of  rooms  in  line  plan/ additions/notifications in dotted lines To be developed accordingly  
14. In layout plan provision is made for   (subject   to   extent   of   land transferred to KV)
Drinking   Water   kiosks   in   the campus at suitable locations
Cycle / scooter shed for 100 nos Canteen (size as per KVS norms) Watchman cabin
Sports   facilities   –   for   primary children  as  per  KVS  nrms  and hockey,  athletic  track  (200/300 mts).     Foot     ball,     badminton,
gyms, area for h/s students
To be made
To be made
To be made To be made
To  be  made/partly/made  as  land is not adequate
 
15. Provision  of  24  nos  (minimum) (for   A-I,   ‘A’   ‘B’)   and   30   nos. (minimum)  (for  ‘C’  type)  power points  and  one  extra  point  for teacher, in each computer room To be made  
16. Whether filling required If  yes,  please  show  the  location with     dimensions     in     drawings mentioningexisting GL,Formation level and depth of filling  
17. Provisions       of       rain       water harvesting     fire     fighting     and other mandatory requirements / provisions To  be  made  necessary  approvals from concerned authorities to be taken  before  taking  up  the  work and after completion  
18. Layout/     Premilinary     drawings developed as per local bye-laws and national building code/AAI/ CRZ/ASI/NDMA regulations etc Drawings to be developed as per mandatory   bye-laws,   Necessary approvals    to    be    taken    from concerned      authorities      before taking   up   the   work   and   after completion  
19. Toilets        for        boys/girls/staff adequately provided at suitable locations  in  the  building  as  per standards  (Boys  60%  girls  40% ratio  no. of students) Drawing   to   be   developed   with adequate      numbers      as      per standards  
20. Segregation    of    wet    areas    / toilet  blocks  from  walls  of  main building to prevent seepage To  be  planned  accordingly  /  not possible (give reasons)  
21. Attached toilet to principal room and medical room provided Drawings        to        be        eloped accordingly.  
22. Cooler  spaces  (inside  building at suitable locations provided) Drawings      to      be      developed accordingly  
23. Plinth  area  of  staff  quarters  as per CPWD / MES yardsticks Plinth area to be per yardsticks of CPWD/ MES  
24. Exclusive      location      of      staff quarters         including         future requirement , open area for get together / functions etc with low height   wall   separating   school area To be incorporated  
25. Provisions of cycle shed/ scooter shed  /  garage  for  various  types of staff quarters To be made  
26. Any   other   required   provisions made      as      per      architectural consideration To   be   indicated   ,   if   any   and incorporated  
27. Any  other  provisions  made  as per    by-laws    and    mandatory requirements To    be    indicated    if    any    and incorporated  
28. Provisions    of    assembly    hard standingfor 480/960/1440/1920 students    made    with    covered stage To be made at suitable location  
29. Provisions internal switch boards
/ M.C.B etc at lintel level only.
To be ensured  
30. Width   of   corridors   in   school buildings Min 1800 mm for singly loaded
Min 2100 mm for doubly loaded
 
31. Explore    possibility    of     singly loaded corridors Possiblity  to  be  explored  school building     fully     singly     loaded corridor   /   partly   singly   loaded corridors.  
32. Proposed       plinth       level       of buildings Higher     than     G.L    of     existing outside  road  /  H.F.L  of  the  place
/ at par with recently constructed Government     building     in     the vicinity  (to  be  justified)  However minimum  plinth  height  450  mm
from formation level.
 
33. Requirement of retaining wall / protective measures Not require / incorporated in drawings  
34. Provisions     of     exhaust     fans, wherever necessary and security lights on building corners made Provisions to be made in detailed drawings  
35. Provisions   of   separated   toilets for staff  gents / ladies including one   each   toilet   for   differently abled persons To be made  
36. Clear      demarcation      of      plot boundaries  shown  in  the  layout plan   as   per   survey   plan   after physical verification in presence of  principal  and  sponsors  and also       incorporating       existing features    (i.e    structures,    elec. Lines, trees etc. (if any) including contours. Layout   plan /   to   be   developed accordingly  
  According   to   verified   physical boundaries, proposed boundary wall shall be incorporated  

Note :(*) ~ Local bylaws and National Codes are final and are to followed wherever Contradictions observed above.

Signature of Architect-  

Signature of Competent Technical Authority of const. agency

CHEMISTRY LAB

SPECIFICATIONS (A) PHYSICAL FACILITIES 

Sl.No ITEM / FACILITY SPECIFICATIONS/USAGE
 1 Standard room size/dimensions Lab size with capacity to accommodate a group of  26 students for classes Xi and XII.
 2 Store Must have sufficient number of cupboards as per plan Of the lab and number of students.
 3 Teachers room (study) For teachers to study and keep records and books well equipped with cupboard and furniture.
 4 Light Laboratory  must  receive  ample  day  light  in  order  to make  the  observation  etc.  of  the  experiments  visible and to avoid any accident.
 5 Design of students shelf Must  be  arranged  in  such  a  manner  so  that  teacher can  address/monitor  more  number  of  students  at  a time.  WORKTOP;  Marble  Plate  or  Ceramic  Plate  not only resist strong acid and alkali, but also resist scratch
,fading,  ageing,  high  temperature  below(  1200c)  and stain resistant. Its height to be comfortable to manage the experimental work. Attached with small cupboards to keep necessary equipments etc. with easily cleanable sinks  and  water  supply.  Ample  space  must  be  free for  students  to  move.  Proper  drainage  with  covered dustbins below each shelf .
 6 Lab Stools Should  be  of  suitable  height  to  provide  ample  leg space under the shelf and should have broad leg area to provide more stability.
 7 Floor Floor with non-skid tiling resist strong acid and alkali, but also resist scratch, fading, ageing and strain resistant. it is free from solvent and non-toxic
 8 Demonstration shelf It must be slightly higher in height than routine student’s working   shelf.   Furniture   for   better   monitoring   and demonstration.
WORKTOP:  marble  plate  or  ceramic  plate  not  only resist  strong  acid  and  alkali,  but  also  resist  scratch, fading,  ageing,  high  temperature  (below  1200c)  and strain resistant.
Attached with drawers on both sides to keep teaching martial such as chalks, markers, dusters, CDs, etc.
Cupboards  on  both  sides  to  keep  dissection  boxes and  microscopes  etc.  with  easily  cleanable  sink  and water  supply.  Proper  drainage  with  covered  dustbins below the shelf fitted with water supply. Lab should be equipped with computers along with internet.
 9 Power supply Regular power supply with sufficient number of power points around side shelves.
Separate power supply for fans and tube lights.
 10 Water supply Lab  should  be  equipped  with  computers  along  with internet. 9  Power  supply  /  Regular  power  supply  with sufficient number of power points around side shelves.
 11 Fire extinguisher At least one meant for all types of fires.
 12 Exhaust and ventilators Exhaust: minimum two which can be increased as per the volume of the lab
Ventilators:  for  maximum  light  and  may  be  used  as innovative fume hoods.
 13 Interactive boards Interactive visual board located at suitable height to be easily visible by the students.
 14 Mini subject library Must  be  maintained  so  that  students  may  be  refer  to the books of their taste. Must include reference books, journals,  magazines   on   science   not   ices   of   various Olympiads
 15 Gas supply Installation   of   gas   plant   for   regular   supply   of   gas through Bunsen gas burners on working shelves.
 16 Display boards (covered) Minimum two in number. One fixed outside the tab to display articles related to chemistry/science and other fixed  inside  the  tab  to  display  information  related  to practical’s  the  number  can  be  increased  depending upon the availability.
 17 First aid kit A first aid kit with Silverex and mild antiseptic cream.
(B) EQUIPMENT
 18 Apparatus Must     have   sufficient   number   of   apparatus   as   per CBSE  syllabus  of  XI  and  XII  Practical/Activities/Demo experiments so that each student gets independent set of apparatus.
 19 Personal Computer Should   be   of   latest   configuration,   preferably   with Internet connection and a printer.
 20 LCD Projector Suitably positioned so that the projection is visible to all and easy to manage by the teacher .it should be used in removable mode to avoid effects of fumes .
 21 Refrigerator One in number for temperature based experiments..
 22 Things to be displayed Safety in lab, first aid , plan and execution of  practical work.
 23 Oven One in number for temperature based experiments.
 24 Digital balance One in number to prepare standard reagents for experiments.
 25 Distillation plant One in number for experimental work in Lab.

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