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7. Guidelines for the Special Scheme of Construction of Women’s Hostel for Colleges During the Twelfth Plan (2012-2017)

1. Living Rooms: a. Single Seater  8 to 9 Sq. M. per student b. Double seater  7.5 to 8 Sq. M. per student c. Three seater  7 to 7.5 Sq. M. per student For PG/Research scholars/ Teachers/ Other staff not exceeding 10 Sq. M. per head

2. Common Room @ 2 Sq. M. per user for 25% of the hostel strength, subject to maximum of 60 Sq. M.

3. Dining Room @ 1 Sq. M. per user for 50% of the hostel strength, subject to maximum of 40 Sq. M.

4. Kitchen & Pantry @ 0.5 Sq. M. per diner subject to maximum of 60 Sq. M

5. Toilet blocks i) Water closet @ 1 for 8 women ii) Bathroom @ 1 for 6 women iii)  Urinal @1 for 8 women iv) Wash basin @1 for 8 to 10 students

6. Kitchen servants One room of 9.60 Sq. M. with WC and bathrooms.

7. Visitors’ rooms  One room of 9.60 Sq. M.

8. Sick room  One room of 9.60 Sq. M.

9. Reading Room  Two reading rooms (Average minimum area should be @ 2.33 Sq. M. per Reader)

10. Boundary wall  around the hostel, if necessary

11. Floor height  3.40 Mt.

8. Area requirements of North East Students Hostel at JNU Campus 

 

1.Subject: Proposed Hostel For North-East at JNU Campus.

Minutes of Meeting

1.A meeting was held in the chamber of the senior Architect (DR)-1A  on 21.08.2017 with following officers.

 JNU Officers

  1. Shri.Rajiev Kumar ,S.E
  2. Shri. Rawath,EE(E)
  3. Shri.D.K.Srivastava,EE(C)
  4. Shri.Dahiya AE(C)

CPWD Officers

  1. Dr.Sonia Mehta, Senior Architect
  2. Shri V.P.Sahu ,S.E.DCC-12
  3. Shri P.K.Harsh ,EE,CD-VI
  4. Shri T.K.Giri ,Architect

   Following points were discussed:-

• Detailed requirement of the proposed Hostel for N.E STUDENTS at JNU are follows:-

• Plinth Area =9166sqm.

• Construction of 4 stories two residential wing (one for boys, one for girl)

• Warden Flats=04 at each corner

• No of Rooms=210

• No of Students = 419     

• Room size=(4.30*3.40)

• Balcony Size=(3.40*1.00)

• Dining Hall=270 students

• rooms for warden’s office at ground floor

• Provision to be made for 3 stars Griha rating with rooftop solar P.V., solar water heater &rain water harvesting and other features.

• Furniture of Dining Hall and Hostel room are to be as provided in existing Hostel cost of furniture to be included in the estimate

• It was also proposed to have some rooms at the ground floor to be designated for physical handicapped person. The numbers of rooms are to be intimated by SE,JNU

• Executive Engineer, CD-VI was also requested to provide enabling estimate to JNU for preparation of digitized SSP soil investigation &3Dview SE, JNU was requested to release some funds of the above work.

•  The drawings of proposed addition & alteration of international guest house at JNU were also handed over to SE, JNU.

• Infrastructure Requirement for Concept Plan

A. School Of Engineering

• Programs:

• Btech Degree =”Dual Corse” (5 YEARS)

• Total departments                                          =5no

• 60 students/ Year x 5 departments            =300students/year

• Total students= 300 students x 5 years      = 1500 students

• (b)M.Tech (2 YEARS)

• 30 students/year x 5 Departments             =150 students /Year

• (c) PhD

• 8 students x 5 Departments x 50 faculty   =2000Students

• Total No .of Faculty (in 5 departments )

•  50facult x 5 Departments    = 250(50 faculty members in each department)

• Rooms

(a)Seminar halls 75-100 capacity (approx)    =5  n100-150 capacity(approx)                         = 1 no

(b)Auditorium  200-250 capacity(approx)    =1.No

(c) Conference Room 150 capacity(approx)     =1.No.

(d)LABS      =50no(10no /dep’t 5 deptt)

(e)Engineering Drawing Lab    =1no

(f)Dean Office staff         =1no

(g) HOD Office + staff        =5no (One for each department)

(h)Class Room /Lecture Hall:

  1. 150 capacity (approx)                   =5 no
  2. 100 capacity(approx)                    =10no
  3. 50capacity(approx)                       =10no

Total                                                 =25no.

  (i)Faculty Lounge                                             =1no

  (j)Library hall                                                   =1no

  (k)Visiting /Guest Faculty room                   =20no (4no for each department pantry &toilet)

  (l)Committee Hall (60-70 capacity approx) =5no. Including P.A. system

  (m) Canteen-cum-pantry

• Other common Facilities:

  1. Food Court
  2. Shopping Complex(10 shops)(approx)

•  School Of Management and Entrepreneurship

1. Programs:

•  Degree course (2 years)

100 students x 2 years                                              =200 students

• Diploma Program

50 Students x 1 years                                                = 50 student

• PhDs

50 faculty x 8 students                                              =400 students

• Total No. Of Faculty                                              =50 no.

• Rooms

  1. Committee Hall(60-70capacity(approx))
  2. Seminar hall/Committee Room

120 capacity (approx)                                  =1NO

  1. Conference Room `                                       =1NO
  2. Dean office                                                     =1NO
  3. Office                                                                =1no.
  4. Class room/Lecture hall

           100 student capacity                                       =6no

  1. Visiting/Guest Faculty room                      =4no(i/c pantry and toilette)
  2. Faculty loun
  3. Library hall
  4. Canteen-cum-pantry
  5. Labs                                                                   =10no.

•  Total built up area: 2.5 times of the total living area (Circulation space may be @ 25% of the plinth area)

• Warden ________________________One Warden assisted by an Assistant Warden for 100 students or so. Two single rooms in the hostel for single Warden. For married Warden, not more than 115.32 Sq. M.

• The above norms are suggestive and the colleges could revise it to suit the local needs.

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9. Abstract from RFP of IIT Ropar regarding Design Details

Design Brief: Overall

• The new campus will have an educational environment which would stimulate and facilitate intense and creative engagement with the processes of learning and research. It will foster the formation of a community of thinkers, scholars and concerned citizens. IIT ROPAR wishes to bring together the finest minds in an environment of creative interaction.

  1. IIT ROPAR is desirous of meeting its academic mission in a manner that is socially, economically and environmentally sustainable.
  2. As an eco-campus, sustainability and environmental sensitivity shall be emphasized at all levels. The design will keep in consideration, to the extent possible use of available natural resources for renewable energy.
  3. IIT ROPAR looks forward to develop climatically responsive / energy efficient buildings with passive design features for creating better comfort conditions and reducing the energy requirements. Creating year round thermal comfort conditions is especially critical for Hostels.
  4. The consultants are free to explore various structural systems suited to their Architectural design. The ongoing construction of hostel buildings and residential quarters at IIT ROPAR new campus is being carried out with maximum of 4 storeys. The outcome of soil testing done at few locations is attached for reference. However, the Institute may prefers to have high rise construction in order to conserve footprint for future development.
  5. IIT Roper site is situated in vicinity of river Sutlej on one side. The high flood level for Sutlej is 267.544 m at the Sutlej barrage. A bund was built after the floods in 1988; the level of bund near the campus land is around 264.075 m. The natural ground level of site is around 262.20 m to 261.2 m. The site has a relatively flat topography.
  6. The design should be responsive to create a barrier free environment for differently-able people.
  7. The architectural character of buildings should respond to the Master Plan recommendations and the buildings under construction.
  8. IIT ROPAR looks forward for proposals with robust Architectural design, adaptable to present day need and immediate future.

• The projected number of population and buildings in the document are only guidelines to provide an overview of requirement of Institute and the scope of work is not limited to it. The vision/ requirements will be shared with the shortlisted consultants. In general the following buildings are envisaged:

a) Academic Buildings:

•  Lecture Halls, Tutorial/ Class room, Virtual Studio, to have a constructed area of around 6000 sqm.

• Super Academic Block having Under Graduate & Post Graduate Labs, High computing/Research Facilities, Computer Centre/Labs, and Research & Development Labs. Faculty Chambers and department office, Seminar/ Interaction rooms, lounge & cafeteria. This block is proposed to have a constructed area of about 25000 sqm.

•  Workshop Block II (500 sqm)

•  Liquid Nitrogen Plant (150 sqm)

b) Residential Buildings:

Students Residential Complex:

  1. Student hostels for Boys / Girls (Single/ double seated for around 700 students), Married Accommodation for Research scholars (50 units).
  2. ii. Dining Hall (300 capacity)
  3. iii. Students Activity Centre

Staff Residential Complex:

  1. Residential facility for faculty & officers (72 no’s )
  2.  Residential facility for staff (56 no’s) of the Institute.

c) Other:

• Canteens, Utility buildings, Community Centre, Medical Centre, Sports facilities, other campus amenities, etc. The Buildings should abide by the basic three dimensional configurations of facilities on the site, including land-base planning, pedestrian and traffic planning, open space planning, skyline guidelines, and layout, size and massing of major buildings finalized in the Master Plan. The building should be architecturally compatible with the buildings constructed in the Phase I A and I B. The buildings should be in conformity with the various parameter of the applicable Energy Conservation Building Code. The campus has

• registered as GRIHA Large Development Project and has achieved 5 star rating. The building philosophy should comply with GRIHA requirements. The consultant firm is to obtain GRIHA rating from appropriate authorities. While planning, prevailing Local/State/District/Corporation/Municipal Bye-laws etc. should be strictly followed including the Floor Area Ratio (FAR) and height stipulation, etc. It is desirable to use maximum permissible FAR. It is to bring to the notice of the consulting firms that every relaxation/ modification issued by the Local or Town planning Authority for permitting additional coverage etc. should be

10. Abstract from Expenditure Finance Committee Proposal- Establishment of New Indian Institute of Management (IIMs) dated 4th June, 2009

Chapter-5

PHYSICAL AND ACADEMIC INFRASTRUCTURE RESOURCE

5.1 Physical Infrastructure

•  The physical Infrastructure required for each Institute  should be as following:

  1.  Class Rooms

• They should be designated in a modular manner so that the built ones can be used even when the construction of the rest of them are going on.

• Classroom space requirements shall be as under:

Table 5.1: Class Room Space Requirement

Class Room Capicity

For 140 participants

For 560 participants

Number of class rooms

Area Sq Mtrs

Number of class Rooms

Area Sq Mtrs

90 seats

4

1500

16

6000

45 seats

2

8

• Hostels

• There should be two type of hostels. The single occupancy(S/O) hostels may be the usual type hostels. The other kind should be double occupancy (D/O) hostels furnished like executive hostels to double up for management development programmes, as well. These D/O rooms can be used even during the summer

• period for conducting activities like faculty development programmes, research group meeting, conferences etc. To bring substantial cost efficiencies.

Table 5.2:Hostel Space Requirement

Kind of rooms For 140 intake For 560 intake 
Number of rooms Area Sq.Mtrs Number of Rooms Area Sq .Mtrs
200S/O* 200 5400 600 16200
100D/O** 100 3600 300 10800
Total   9000 ` 27000

                          *27 Sq.mtrs per room            **36sq.mtrs per room

Each hostel should be provided with the following facilities:

  • Kitchen-cum-dining hall complex;
  • An attached covered shed for the parking  of cycles and scooters/motor cycles and a suitable car parking area for visitor parking;
  • A well-designed reception area along with proper display board indicating room numbers and the name of occupant;
  • A mail box with  separate pigeon holes with looking facilities for the mail of each student;
  • TV room;
  • Library with an attached reading area;
  • Music room;
  • Table tennis room and activates such as photography ,weight –lifting ,art, etc.and store for sale of small items of necessity top be operated by the students themselves;
  • Dhobi room with ironing facility;
  • Public phones(at least one)
  • Internal telephones-one on each floor, one in the dining hall, one in Wardens office and one at the reception desk having direct inward dialling facility;
  • Computer room for housing a PC cafeteria networked to the Institute Computer Centre on the Institute LAN;
  • Two guest lounge for day time visitors with an attached bathroom;
  • One committee room for meetings of the hostel working committee;
  • Hostel store (for furniture, left luggage, etc.)
  •  Faculty Block 3 no’s.(=3*2500 sq.mtrs)                                7500sq.mtrs                (For 120  Faculty)
  • Dining Hall for students 2Nos.(2*2000sq.mtrs.)                    4000sq.mtr
  • Staff Dining Hall                                                                            2500 sq.mtrs
  • Administrative Building                                                                4000 sq.mtrs
  • Library                                                                                           6000 sq.mtrs
  • Computer Centre                                                                         6000 sq.mtrs
  • MDP Block                                                                                    12000 sq.mtrs
  • Seminar Hall(500 capacity)                                                          2000 sq.mtrs
  • Commercial centre Dispensary                                                    2000 sq.mtrs
  • (Will depend upon the location)                                                                   
  •  Substation and utility  2nos                                                        1000 sq.mtrs
  • Residential Buildings
  • Directors Residence(1)                                                     350 sq.mtrs
  • Faculty Apartments                      20 Units of 4 Houses)

???????•  Staff Accommodation       (in 2 phases)

A Type                               20 X 150 sq.mtrs

C Type                               20 X100 sq.mtrs

• Total construction of each IIM can be completed in two phases .First phase is till the annual intake of 140 participants in the PGP.In the second phase the batch size is assumed to increase up to 560.Building requirements for these two phases have been estimated and given below.

Table 5.3: Phase wise built up areas to be completed  for different constructions

Phase Phase I(11th Plan) Phase II(12TH Plan) In Square Meters
Year I II III IV V VI VII VIII Phase     I Phase   II Total
Class Rooms 300 600 600 1200 1200 1200 1200 1200 1500 6000 7500
Hostels 200 3500 3500 5400 5400 5400 5400 5400 9000 27000 36000
Dining hall for students 400 800 800 800 800 800 800 800 200 4000 6000
Staff Dining hall 400 800 800 - - - - - 2000 - 2000
Faculty block 500 1000 1500 1500 1500 1500 1500 1500 2500 7500 10000
Administration building 800 1600 1600 - - - - - 4000 - 4000
Library 1200 2400 2400 - - - - - 6000 - 6000
Computer centre 1200 2400 2400 - - - - - 6000 - 6000
MDP block - - - 2400 2400 2400 2400 2400 - 12000 12000
Seminar hall 400 400 800 800 - - - - 2000 - 2000
Commercial centre & Dispensary 400 400 800 800 - - - - 2000 - 2000
Substation &Utilities 100 200 200 200 200 100 - - 500 500 1000
Directors residence 150 150 - - - - - - 300 - 300
Faculty Residency 800 1600 1600 2400 2400 2400 2400 2400 4000 12000 16000
Staff House A-Type 300 600 600 600 600 300 - - 1500 1500 3000
Staff House C-Type 200 400 400 400 200 - - - 1000 1000 2000
Grand Total 9150 17650 17500 14900 14900 14300 13700 13700 44300 71500 115800
Cost of civil work @ Rs24910/m2(in Rs Crores?=@910 22.8 44 43.6 37.1 37.1 35.6 34.1 34.1 110.4 178.1 288.5

• Total land requirement for each IIM shall be 93 acres. This has been worked out below:

• The total built up area (Table 10 above)                                            115800 sq.mtrs

• Land required for built up area (Built up are X 3)                              347400 sq.mtrs

• Playground                                                                                         30000 sq.mtrs

• Total ground area requirement                                                         377400 sq.mtrs(Say 93 acres)

5.2 EQUIPMENT AND INSTRUCTIONAL RESOURCES

• The key requirements for the equipment and instructional resources required for the institute would include the following:

  • EPBAX System
  • Telecommunication system
  • Conference system
  • Audio visual equipment in the class rooms, seminar hall and conference hall
  • Overhead Projectors/LCD
  • Slides projector (fixed and mobile)
  • Fax
  • Telex
  • Computer and Distribution network system
  • PCs
  • Air conditioners
  • All equipment for Gymnasium

  5.3 Games and Sports facilities

• The campus must provide facilities for recreation and leisure –time activities for the faculty, support staff and their families (with a  built up area of 5000 sq.mtrs)

Outdoor Facilities

  • Tennis courts
  • Volley  Ball  Court
  • Play field for cricket, hockey, soccer
  • Basketball Court

Indore Facilities

  • Table Tennis tables,
  • Billiards (and snooker)tables,
  • Badminton courts,
  • Music Room,
  • Carom boards,
  • Chess tables,
  • Computer room,
  • TV room,
  • Facilities for fine arts and music.

5.4     Transport Facility

 The provisions have been made for.

  • Road network
  • Vehicles
  •   Cars(3)
  • Jeeps/Station Wagons
  • Buses

 

• Fully utilized while planning the scheme. Further, the buildings should comply with stipulations of codes like National Building Code, etc. The exterior finish of the buildings should complement the design theme of Campus Master Plan, which would preferably be maintenance free and at the same time be able to use locally available construction materials in order to economize on the cost of the work and save environment. In general the buildings should be aesthetically sound, prudent circulation area, having pleasing effect, aesthetic look, disable friendly, cost effectiveness, allowing efficient use of natural light, having minimum footprint, have flexibility of having modular/ phased development and scope for future expansion. Buildings should be sensitive and responsive to local cultural, historic and architectural precedents of Punjab and Rupnagar in particular.

 11. Standard Architectural Requirements of Regional Vocational Training Institute Jhundla, Shimla

S. No.)  Sub-Head Carpet Area Requirement (in Sq. Meters S. No. Sub-Head Carpet Area Requirement (in Sq. Meters)
Administration and Allied Services (A)  (B) Workshop (CTS Courses)
1 Principal Room 35 1 Fashion Technology / Fashion Design & Technology  64
2 Vice Principal Room  17 2 Vegetables / Fruit & Vegetable Processing  96
3 Visitors room / Reception  23 3 Financial Executives  50
4 Office / Clerk Room  23 4 Catering & Hospitality Assistance  64
5 Committee Room  35 5 Computer Operator & Programming Assistant  70
6 Record Room  17 6 Designing / Interior Design & Decoration (Practical Room 40, Computer Lab 36)  76
7 Stationary Store Room 35      
Library  70   Sub-Total CTS Courses(B)  420
9 Canteen Kitchen cum Tifin Room  70      
10 Placement Cell  35      
11 Central Stores / Raw material, finished goods etc (70+35) 105   (C) Workshop (CITS Courses)  
12 Common Room (Staff)  35      
13 Reprographic Room  35      
14 Electric room (As per CPWD std) 20 1 Cutting & Sewing Fashion Tech / Dress Making  
15 Spare Areas (Approx)  70   Computer Lab  65

 

Total Admn & Allied Services Area (A) 625   Sewing Lab 120
Parking Area (F)     272 Total carpet area requirement for admin cum allied services & workshops (institute building ) & parking area  A+B+C+D+E+F= 2601     Drafting Lab  120
    Dying & Printing Lab  50
      355
  2 Fruit & Vegetable processing (Gen lab 120, Quality Lab 40)  160
  3 Electronics / IT & ESM  84
2. Hostel :- (As per requirements for a Girls Hostel) 50 rooms (twin sharing) Ist Phase along with a provision to construct additional04 rooms (double bed) with attached toilets and bathroom) within the ground floor of girls hostel for in service instructor coming for in service course / CTI IInd Phase 50 Rooms (Twin Sharing)     Catering & Hospitality  80
    Hair & Skin care / cosmetology interior decoration & designing draftsman ship 80
    Civil / Arch) (Drawing Hall 100Computer tab 60)  160
    Subtotal CITS Courses (C)  919
    Total CTS & CITS Courses (B+C)  1339
3. Residential Accommodation for staff (as per CPWD norms) Type-II 04 no’s (includes 02 no’s for hostel warden & hostel attendant to be constructed near hostel) Type-II 02 nos. Type-II 02 nos.     . Based on syllabi (Modular pattern) revised in 2012. Based on Draftsman ship (civil/ arch CITS Course) (D) CLASSROOM - 10 NOS  
  1 Class rooms (24.5X10)  245
    (E) Provision for Extra Workshop
4.  Guest house 1nos 1 Extra Workshop 120
Comprising of Two Suites        

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