• The basic unit of school is Classroom. The Classroom apart from satisfying the minimum requirement of space, fittings and furniture, shall be designed to meet the adequate functional and environmental requirements.

Digital classrooms:

  • Digital Classrooms have been creating a revolution in the educational sector.
  • Embedded with modern day technologies, such interactive classrooms offer a friendly environment to the students where they may clear all their concepts while having endless fun.

ICT Labs:

  • The role of Information and Communication Technology (ICT), in the education sector plays an important role, especially in the process of empowering the technology into the educational activities. Education sector can be the most effective sector to anticipate and eliminate the negative impact of ICT. Technology in another side can be the most effective way to increase the student’s knowledge.

Science Labs:

  • It is imperative for schools to have the latest and high quality science lab supplies these days. Science is different from any other subject. In order to understand its concepts, one has to look beyond the books and conventional classroom teaching.
  • Effective teaching and learning of science involves seeing, handling, and manipulating real objects and materials. The knowledge that kids attain in classrooms would be ineffectual unless they actually observe the process and understand the relationship between action and reaction.

Drinking Water:

  • An adequate supply of drinking water must be provided for all the Students in the School. The water must be readily accessible and a sufficient number of cups must be provided unless the source is a drinking fountain and the schools must provide suitable drinking water facilities with Reverse Osmosis (RO) plant with 250 LPH Capacity.


  • · Toilets must be provided for Students which are readily accessible, adequately lit and ventilated and kept in a clean condition. Separate facilities must be provided for Boys and Girls with a door capable of being secured from inside.

School Buildings:

  • School buildings, classrooms, playgrounds, libraries, toilets, drinking water facility; Science Lab, Art Craft room etc., are the most important aspect of school infrastructure. Spacious and refurbished buildings and well – ventilated classrooms are must in schools. Properly planned school infrastructure is key factor in effective teaching and learning.

Swachh Vidyalaya:

  • The provision of Water, Sanitation and hygiene facilities in school secures a healthy school environment. Girls are particularly vulnerable to dropping out of school, particularly because of students are not continuing their education where toilets and washing facilities are not available. The Government of India has launched the Swachh Vidyalaya Initiative in collaboration with Public Sector Undertakings and Private Corporate for provision of separate toilets for Girls and Boys.

Building Greenery:

  • Green School Buildings create an environment where students and teachers are more comfortable, less prone to illness and more focused on teaching and learning. The quality of school facilities is often overlooked as a major factor in students’ Scholastic performance. However, school buildings are not only the setting for learning they can also help or hinder the learning process.
  • Greenery in classroom purifies the air; it reduces concentrations of Co2 and volatile organic compounds, keeping the air fresh and healthy.
  • Outdoor vegetation reduces heat in and around schools in the summer, lowering hear stress and reducing the need for artificial cooling.
  • Green roofs and facades increase insulation capacity, reducing both heating and cooling expenditure.
  • Moisture released into the air by plants in buildings help with dry atmosphere reducing headaches and improving concentration.
  • Visible greenery both indoor and out reduces stress and increases the ability to concentrate.
  • Green play grounds encourage playing outdoors and foster a better social climate.