Report on higher secondary school buildings.
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Report on higher secondary school buildings. by National Buildings Organisation (India)

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Published in New Delhi .
Written in English



  • India


  • School buildings -- India -- Statistics

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Edition Notes

Statement[Edited by G. C. Mathur.
ContributionsMathur, G. C., 1930- ed.
LC ClassificationsLB3219.I4 I56 1960
The Physical Object
Pagination27 p.
Number of Pages27
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5102261M
LC Control Number74174367

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School Buildings -These shall include buildings used for school cr day-care purposes, involving assembly for instruction, education or recrea- tion up to higher secondary level. School Hours - The time period in hours for which the school is open for teaching including recess period. The proportion of private aided schools is also much higher in case of secondary and higher secondary levels. It is also noticeable from Figure 1 that the number of government as well as private schools has shown a gradual increasing trend over the years. Table 1: Percentage Share of Management wise Schools at different levels of School EducationFile Size: KB. Detailed Project Report for School Education MMP – Draft Copy Page 7 Department of School Education & Literacy, MHRD, GoI NISG 1. Project Background Center-State Subject School Education is a Concurrent Subject under Constitution of India and falls within the domain of Center and States / UTs.   Architecture and design of schools around the world, including a bright yellow high school in Los Angeles and an undulating art school in Tenerife.

But the planning and designing should be scientific and modem. The construction of all types of rooms in the building must be determined not by fancy but by utility. 6. Adequate space must be provided with classrooms, special rooms, school halls, staff room, office room, pupils’ common room, library and reading room in every secondary school. The report outlines the system of education in Pakistan. Chapter 1 describes the administration of the school system and primary, secondary and higher secondary education, while chapter 2 provides information about technical and vocational education. Chapter 3 outlines the institutional structure of higher education, both public and private.   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. Building norms issued by CISCE: a) The school infrastructure should be adequate for accommodating the numbers and gender of pupils attending the School. students studying in higher secondary schools situated in Namakkal District of Tamil Nadu, India. The sample was selected by using simple random sampling technique. The present study reveals that the higher secondary students are having moderate level of academic stress and irrespective of sub samples of the higher secondary.

For Higher Education: Department of Higher Education, MHRD, Government of India * Figures are provisional. Stand alone Institutions are outside the purview of University & College (e.g. IIM, AICTE etc.). Details may be seen in All India Survey on Higher Education () report .   The new building of Bhimsen Adarsha Higher Secondary School in Devchuli of Nawalpur district was built with the Indian government's financial assistance of NRs million. Secondary Education Higher Education Primary Education Basic Education Pre-school Education (Main Functions) 3 Much of the teacher training is at the higher education level, but JICA’s education sector statistics categorize it as cooperation for the basic education. Therefore, for convenience, we will omit if from this report.   CM to inaugurate four renovated higher secondary school buildings The KIIFB-funded project, implemented by Kerala Infrastructure and Technology for Education (KITE), aims at developing one school.