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“GOOD SHEPHERD AGRICULTURAL MISSION AND MAXTON STRONG SCHOOL, BANBASA (UTTRAKHAND)

3.1: PROJECT BRIEF

STRONG SCHOOL, BANBASA (UTTRAKHAND) ” 3.1: PROJECT BRIEF PROJECT NAME: GSAM AND MAXTON STRONG SCHOOL YEAR

PROJECT NAME: GSAM AND MAXTON STRONG SCHOOL YEAR OF ESTABLISH: IN 1948, BY REV MAXTON D. STRONG PROJECT TYPE: FULLY NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATION AND ORPHANAGE HOME OWNER: MR. RICK (DIRECTOR) AND REV CLIFTON SHIPWAY (CHAIRMAN). SITE DEVELOPER: ENGINEERING MINISTRIES INTERNATIONAL (EMI) SITE INFORMATION (AREA): 60 ACRES LOCATION OF SITE: STRONG FARM, BANBASA (NORTH EAST INDIA ON THE BORDER OF NEPAL)

FARM, BANBASA (NORTH EAST INDIA ON THE BORDER OF NEPAL) 3.2: INTRODUCTION School building Source- self
FARM, BANBASA (NORTH EAST INDIA ON THE BORDER OF NEPAL) 3.2: INTRODUCTION School building Source- self
FARM, BANBASA (NORTH EAST INDIA ON THE BORDER OF NEPAL) 3.2: INTRODUCTION School building Source- self
FARM, BANBASA (NORTH EAST INDIA ON THE BORDER OF NEPAL) 3.2: INTRODUCTION School building Source- self
FARM, BANBASA (NORTH EAST INDIA ON THE BORDER OF NEPAL) 3.2: INTRODUCTION School building Source- self
FARM, BANBASA (NORTH EAST INDIA ON THE BORDER OF NEPAL) 3.2: INTRODUCTION School building Source- self
FARM, BANBASA (NORTH EAST INDIA ON THE BORDER OF NEPAL) 3.2: INTRODUCTION School building Source- self

3.2: INTRODUCTION

School building Source- self clicked

The Good Shepherd Agricultural Mission located 350kms east of Delhi in the town of Banbasa, is more than an orphanage. Children hunger for a home not only food and shelter, but safety, community and love. We are a family, and God provides for our every need.

The GSAM is a fully non-profit organization that is run by the Shipway family from Australia.

The Good Shepherd Agricultural Mission is an independent, non-governmental, social development organization that has been providing support to those in need since 1952. ‘The Mission’ works in an array of areas. We run our own farm, give support to lepers, provide free

Mission’ works in an array of areas. We run our own farm, give support to lepers,
Mission’ works in an array of areas. We run our own farm, give support to lepers,

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Mission’ works in an array of areas. We run our own farm, give support to lepers,

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vocational training, education, supply disaster relief etc. Its primary focus is the care and protection of orphan children.

Maxton Strong School is an inclusive learning community committed to meeting the educational needs of its large and diverse student population. In everything we do, in the ways we work, relate and respond to each other, we appreciate and celebrate the rich diversity that makes our community so unique. Through our actions, we demonstrate care, respect and value for all, enabling students to be nurtured in every respect of their learning.

GSAM is a home of about 110 orphan children. Orphan children live in five separate hostels, each with a staff family member that strives to make each hostel feel as much like a home as possible. As part of this effort, older children are given their own rooms, with their own beds, furniture, possessions etc.

HISTORY:

The Good Shepherd Agricultural Mission was started more than 70 years ago by American Missionaries, Rev. and Maxton and Shirley Strong. The Mission is now run by Max’s son-in-law and grandson together with the help of caring individuals worldwide. We wake up each day with the same goal: Work hard to bring as much love to as many unwanted children as possible. It’s not always easy and comes with many challenges to overcome but by God’s grace, we’re doing it! Lives are being changed and stories rewritten.

GSAM MISSION:

GSAM mission is simply to provide a home for the homeless, a hope to the hopeless and to be a light for Jesus Christ in this uncertain world. We work to create disciples, not just believers; people who seek to learn, to grow and be shaped by the Master

THE GOOD SHEPHERD AGRICULTURAL MISSION - WHAT WE DO:

The Good Shepherd Agricultural Mission is an independent, non-governmental, social development organization that has been providing support to those in need since 1952. ‘The Mission’ works in an array of areas. We run our own farm, give support to lepers, provide free vocational training, education, supply disaster relief etc. Its primary focus is the care and protection of orphan children.

The Mission works hard to provide a loving home and family for every child in its care working hard to promote family relationships and impart a spirit of responsibility in every member of the organization.

family relationships and impart a spirit of responsibility in every member of the organization. ORPHANAGE SCHOOL
family relationships and impart a spirit of responsibility in every member of the organization. ORPHANAGE SCHOOL

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family relationships and impart a spirit of responsibility in every member of the organization. ORPHANAGE SCHOOL

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3.3: FEATURES GSAM is a farm home for destitute and orphan children. The children are taken in (for free) and are given a home, education and training that equips them for life.

high level of safety standards are maintained by the school to ensure the well-being ofa home, education and training that equips them for life. everyone in attendance. Safe, clean drinking

everyone in attendance. Safe, clean drinking water is provided by means of reverse osmosis filtration systems located on the school compound and regular testing ensures that the highest standards are maintained.

testing ensures that the highest standards are maintained. Large, well-equipped classrooms combined with carefully
testing ensures that the highest standards are maintained. Large, well-equipped classrooms combined with carefully

Large, well-equipped classrooms combined with carefully selected staff add to ensuring that our children receive a standard of excellence that many other schools often fail to supply. Huge open play areas give students freedom, room to play and develop their physical abilities.

freedom, room to play and develop their physical abilities. Orphanage have all the facilities like five

Orphanage have all the facilities like five hostels for orphan children’s and a common dining hall, recreational activity places, gymnasium, large play area.

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large focus is placed on inter-school activities such as sports competitions where our school

has developed a reputation as strong competitors. Many of our students have been selected for District, State and National competitions in the past.

3.4: ABOUT THE CITY-

Banbasa is a census town in Champawat district in the state of Uttarakhand, India.

in Champawat district in the state of Uttarakhand, India. COORDINATES: 28.979980 0 N, 78.0800320E Source- self

COORDINATES: 28.979980 0 N, 78.0800320E

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DISTRICT & STATE- CHAMPAWAT, UTTARAKHAND

ELEVATION- 466 m (1,529 ft)

POPULATION (2011 CENSUS DATA): 7,990

STATE- CHAMPAWAT, UTTARAKHAND ELEVATION- 466 m (1,529 ft) POPULATION (2011 CENSUS DATA ): 7,990 ORPHANAGE SCHOOL
STATE- CHAMPAWAT, UTTARAKHAND ELEVATION- 466 m (1,529 ft) POPULATION (2011 CENSUS DATA ): 7,990 ORPHANAGE SCHOOL

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STATE- CHAMPAWAT, UTTARAKHAND ELEVATION- 466 m (1,529 ft) POPULATION (2011 CENSUS DATA ): 7,990 ORPHANAGE SCHOOL

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TIME ZONE-IST (UTC+5:30)SEX RATIO 887

LITERACY-76.3%

3.5: LOCATION OF PROJECT

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RATIO – 887 LITERACY-76.3% 3.5: LOCATION OF PROJECT S INDIA LOCATION MAP OF UTTARAKHAND L O
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– 887 LITERACY-76.3% 3.5: LOCATION OF PROJECT S INDIA LOCATION MAP OF UTTARAKHAND L O C

LOCATION MAP OF UTTARAKHAND

LOCATION MAP OF CHAMPAWAT

T I O N M A P O F C H A M P A W
T I O N M A P O F C H A M P A W
T I O N M A P O F C H A M P A W

GOOGLE MAP LOCATION OF GSAM AND MAXTON STRONG SCHOOL

LOCATION OF BANBASA TOWN

H A M P A W A T GOOGLE MAP LOCATION OF GSAM AND MAXTON STRONG
H A M P A W A T GOOGLE MAP LOCATION OF GSAM AND MAXTON STRONG

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H A M P A W A T GOOGLE MAP LOCATION OF GSAM AND MAXTON STRONG

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3.6: ACCESSIBILITY

The site is surrounded with agricultural and with a service lane on the other side.

Adjacent to the National highway 125

Nearest to the bus station and railway station of Banbasa.

3.7: PHYSICAL AMENITIES OF THE SITE:

KEY PLAN OF SITE
KEY PLAN OF SITE

The site is a part of GSAM campus and falls under the category of special non-profit orphanage home. On the north and south residential areas are present. Vast open lands signify the presence of open forests. On the east across the road are agricultural fields.

GEOLOGY:

Because of the site is situated near the border of Nepal and part of forest area ,the top soil of the site has been formed by erosion of these forest ranges over a period of time .the sharda river situated east of the site is a regular flow river which has changed its climate and conditions.

SOIL CONDITION:

The soil is sandy loam soil due to Sharda river range. The soil has a ph value ranging from 6.5 -7.it is predominantly clay loam, which is good for plants growth. The composition of the deposits show that they are alluvial particles taken away by the flooded river passing by the side of the site.

TOPOGRAPHY AND DRAINAGE:

The site is plane but lies in the forest range of Indo - Nepal border and range of the Sharda River.

CLIMATE:

The climate of banbasa is generally temperate .it varies greatly from tropical to severe cold depending upon the weather conditions and hilly range of Nepal border.

TEMPERATURE:

The site is 466 m above the mean sea level. Banbasa have pleasant weather condition with 15 0 C in January and 29 0 C in May-June. The climate study of the place is following: Mean yearly highest temperature:

30.5 0 C Lowest temperature: 7 0 C

of the place is following: Mean yearly highest temperature: 30.5 0 C Lowest temperature: 7 0
of the place is following: Mean yearly highest temperature: 30.5 0 C Lowest temperature: 7 0

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of the place is following: Mean yearly highest temperature: 30.5 0 C Lowest temperature: 7 0

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WIND DIRECTIONS:

The wind speed in banbasa is generally high because of Sharda river range the pre dominant wind direction is from north-south, however in the monsoon reverse wind flows. Average Wind speed is 2km/h.

RAINFALL:

Rainfall in Banbasa is approximately average rainfall of the country. Banbasa receives the average annual rainfall of 2073.3 mm. most of the annual falls in June to September, July and august being the rainiest.

Mean annual rainfall: 700 mm.

Sky clearance factor: maximum-17.5 %( august)

Minimum-72.5 %( November)

Mean annual rainfall: 700 mm. Sky clearance factor: maximum-17.5 %( august) Minimum-72.5 %( November) ORPHANAGE SCHOOL
Mean annual rainfall: 700 mm. Sky clearance factor: maximum-17.5 %( august) Minimum-72.5 %( November) ORPHANAGE SCHOOL

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Mean annual rainfall: 700 mm. Sky clearance factor: maximum-17.5 %( august) Minimum-72.5 %( November) ORPHANAGE SCHOOL

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3.8: PLANNING AND CONCEPT

The institute is planned taken in mind the comfort accessibility and safety of orphan children’s, zoning of the orphanage is done in the same way. All the blocks performing different activities are placed separately but interlinked to each other. All the building features used in the buildings are relevant to the children’s. Trabeated structural system is to be used for construction Proper sign boards are provided for easy circulation.

Proper sign boards are provided for easy circulation. Source- self clicked The building seeks to contribute

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The building seeks to contribute its share of environmental stimuli that the young minds at the school would enjoy. The play of light, colour, texture to touch and feel and fragrance are integrated into the building fabric. A strong presence is given to trees, creepers, flowering plants, which have been planted to reflect the cycle of seasons and to invite butterflies, birds and squirrels to make their homes at the centre. A building is specially designed with complete access for orphans kids for friendly environment where persons with special needs move with comfort, ease and dignity. The building not is just a physical structure, also the statement of an attitude of creating an environment that supports their objective.

3.9: AIMS AND OBJECTIVE OF THE INSTITUTE:

To conduct and operate research into all aspects of the education and residential need for all the

orphan children’s.

To provide the training of dairy farm .carpentry workshops and agriculture to the local peoples

3.10: ACTIVITIES TO BE CONDUCTED IN THE INSTITUTE:

Education for the orphan children’s

Library and Information Services.

Training of dairy farms and agriculture

Research and Development

Workshops

Placement and employment to local peoples

Production of reading material

Recreational activities like gymnasium and play fields for the students.

Vocational training

 Recreational activities like gymnasium and play fields for the students.  Vocational training ORPHANAGE SCHOOL
 Recreational activities like gymnasium and play fields for the students.  Vocational training ORPHANAGE SCHOOL

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 Recreational activities like gymnasium and play fields for the students.  Vocational training ORPHANAGE SCHOOL

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3.11: SITE PLAN:

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Source- satellite image of site

SITE AREA - 60 ACRES.

GROUND COVERAGE - 30%

1. MAXTON STRONG SCHOOL

2. PLAY FIELD

3. DAIRY FARM

4. WORKSHOPS

5. STORE

6. BOYS HOSTEL

7. KINDERGARTEN

8. BOYS HOSTEL

9. GIRLS HOSTEL

10. STAFF RESIDENCE

11. RESIDENCE

3.12: ZONING: The site has been divided into different zones according to the function of the building

elements. Namely:

ADMINISTRATION AND ACADEMIC

the building elements. Namely: ADMINISTRATION AND ACADEMIC ACADEMIC RECREATIONAL PARKING  Administration and

ACADEMIC

elements. Namely: ADMINISTRATION AND ACADEMIC ACADEMIC RECREATIONAL PARKING  Administration and Academic blocks

RECREATIONAL

Namely: ADMINISTRATION AND ACADEMIC ACADEMIC RECREATIONAL PARKING  Administration and Academic blocks 

PARKING

ADMINISTRATION AND ACADEMIC ACADEMIC RECREATIONAL PARKING  Administration and Academic blocks  Workshops and

Administration and Academic blocks

Workshops and training center

Residential

Recreational

Parking etc.

WORKSHOPS

WORKSHOPS RESIDENTIAL

RESIDENTIAL

Recreational  Parking etc. WORKSHOPS RESIDENTIAL 3.13: CONCEPT PLAN: Source-www.maxton strong school.com

3.13: CONCEPT PLAN:

Source-www.maxton strong school.com

 Parking etc. WORKSHOPS RESIDENTIAL 3.13: CONCEPT PLAN: Source-www.maxton strong school.com ORPHANAGE SCHOOL 29
 Parking etc. WORKSHOPS RESIDENTIAL 3.13: CONCEPT PLAN: Source-www.maxton strong school.com ORPHANAGE SCHOOL 29

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 Parking etc. WORKSHOPS RESIDENTIAL 3.13: CONCEPT PLAN: Source-www.maxton strong school.com ORPHANAGE SCHOOL 29

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3.14: SITE CONSTITUENTS:

GIRLS HOSTEL BOYS HOSTEL STAFF RESIDENCE 9 10 7 RESIDENCE KINDER GARTEN 8 11 6
GIRLS HOSTEL
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STAFF RESIDENCE
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AGRICULTURAL LAND
BOYS HOSTEL
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ROAD
WORKSHOPS

GAUSHALA

PLAY FIELD

PRIMARY SCHOOL

LAND BOYS HOSTEL 2 ROAD WORKSHOPS GAUSHALA PLAY FIELD P R I M A R Y
LAND BOYS HOSTEL 2 ROAD WORKSHOPS GAUSHALA PLAY FIELD P R I M A R Y

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LAND BOYS HOSTEL 2 ROAD WORKSHOPS GAUSHALA PLAY FIELD P R I M A R Y

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3.15: ABOUT ORPHANAGE SCHOOL (MAXTON STRONG SCHOOL)

2016-17 3.15: ABOUT ORPHANAGE SCHOOL (MAXTON STRONG SCHOOL) Source-self clicked The model school is located on

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The model school is located on the campus of The Good Shepherd Agricultural Mission or as it is more commonly known: Strong Farm. This campus was built by Rev. Maxton Strong as an orphanage home for children from destitute families. As a result of being located on the Strong Farm campus, the School has large play areas, spacious playgrounds and is much safer for the children who attend.

The School has a complete dedication to providing an all-round safe and encouraging atmosphere for the children who study in it. All efforts are made to promote the educational development of our students and to encourage them to grow physically, mentally and morally as we strive to nurture them into becoming more responsible citizens.

There are four primary benefits to this project:

Provision of excellent education for our orphan children

Provision of excellent education for local community children

Funding source for our organization (through fees raised from the point above).

Provision of vocational education, adult education and conferences.

a: BRIEF:

The total area of the academic block is 1320.92 sqm .the school block of the mission is a single story building. The roof the building block is flat and building constructed in rcc framed structure

story building. The roof the building block is flat and building constructed in rcc framed structure
story building. The roof the building block is flat and building constructed in rcc framed structure

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story building. The roof the building block is flat and building constructed in rcc framed structure

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b: PLANNING:

The planning of school is based on courtyard planning .classrooms and other activities or component of the building is enriched through the corridors.

Each class room of the school is proper ventilated.

Proper circulation was there with wide corridors.

c: PLANS:

Proper circulation was there with wide corridors. c: PLANS: Flat roof and courtyard planning of the

Flat roof and courtyard planning of the building Source-www.maxton strong school.com

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GROUND FLOOR PLAN

GROUND FLOOR CONSISTS OF:

1. PORCH

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2. ENTRANCE LOBBY

3. STAIRCASE

4. STORE ROOM

5. STAFF ROOM

6. TOILET

7. CLASSROOM

8. BOYS TOILET

9. GIRLS TOILET

10. COMPUTER LAB

11. PRINCIPAL ROOM

12. SPORTS ROOM

13. OFFICE

14. ASSEMBLY AREA

15. DRINKING WATER

16. LIBRARY

17. SCIENCE LAB

ROOM 12. SPORTS ROOM 13. OFFICE 14. ASSEMBLY AREA 15. DRINKING WATER 16. LIBRARY 17. SCIENCE
ROOM 12. SPORTS ROOM 13. OFFICE 14. ASSEMBLY AREA 15. DRINKING WATER 16. LIBRARY 17. SCIENCE

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ROOM 12. SPORTS ROOM 13. OFFICE 14. ASSEMBLY AREA 15. DRINKING WATER 16. LIBRARY 17. SCIENCE

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FIRST FLOOR CONSISTS OF:

7. CLASSROOMS 1- 50 sqmt

CLASSROOMS 2- 50sqmt

CLASSROOMS 3-45 sqmt

FIRST FLOOR PLAN

CONSISTS OF : 7. CLASSROOMS 1- 50 sqmt CLASSROOMS 2- 50sqmt CLASSROOMS 3-45 sqmt FIRST FLOOR
CONSISTS OF : 7. CLASSROOMS 1- 50 sqmt CLASSROOMS 2- 50sqmt CLASSROOMS 3-45 sqmt FIRST FLOOR

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CONSISTS OF : 7. CLASSROOMS 1- 50 sqmt CLASSROOMS 2- 50sqmt CLASSROOMS 3-45 sqmt FIRST FLOOR

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d: ACTIVITIES ON GROUND FLOOR:

ASSEMBLY AREA CLASSROOM COMPUTER LAB GIRLS TOILET 17 2 7 7 7 10 6 9
ASSEMBLY AREA
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COMPUTER LAB
GIRLS TOILET
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SPORTS ROOM
PORCH
OFFICE

LOBBY

6 CLASSROOM 3 5 4 2 13 12 2 11 PRINCIPAL ROOM 1 STAFFROOM SPORTS ROOM
6 CLASSROOM 3 5 4 2 13 12 2 11 PRINCIPAL ROOM 1 STAFFROOM SPORTS ROOM

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6 CLASSROOM 3 5 4 2 13 12 2 11 PRINCIPAL ROOM 1 STAFFROOM SPORTS ROOM

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e: ACTIVITIES ON FIRST FLOOR

7 7 7 CLASSROOM
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3.16: HOSTEL BUILDING:

The institute consists of both girl’s hostel and boy’s hostel.

Girls and boys hostel are located at some distance from each other, the rooms of the hostel are well ventilated and are dormitories having common toilet.

well ventilated and are dormitories having common toilet. BOY'S HOSTEL (a) PLANNING:  Both hostels are

BOY'S HOSTEL

(a) PLANNING:

Both hostels are provided with ramp at the entry as well stairs to climb up.

Courtyard planning is done inside the building, with hand rails for the easy and convenient movement.

Rooms in the hostel premises are dormitories.

Concrete pathway is used for the easy movement.

Every room of the hostel was properly ventilated.

(b) CIRCULATION:

There was proper area for circulation in the corridor, hand rails and other elements are also provided for the easy circulation.

Circulation in the building is through staircase in the interior .

(c) MOVEMENT:

Vertical movement inside ids done through stairs and ramps.

For horizontal movement corridors are provided,

3.17: KITCHEN AND DINNING AREA:

There was proper area for kitchen and dining facility for the children’s

Central kitchen and large dining area is provided for children’s

facility for the children’s Central kitchen and large dining area is provided for children’s ORPHANAGE SCHOOL
facility for the children’s Central kitchen and large dining area is provided for children’s ORPHANAGE SCHOOL
facility for the children’s Central kitchen and large dining area is provided for children’s ORPHANAGE SCHOOL
facility for the children’s Central kitchen and large dining area is provided for children’s ORPHANAGE SCHOOL
facility for the children’s Central kitchen and large dining area is provided for children’s ORPHANAGE SCHOOL

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facility for the children’s Central kitchen and large dining area is provided for children’s ORPHANAGE SCHOOL

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3.18: FACILITIES PROVIDED IN SCHOOL-

(a)

CLASS ROOMS:

Class rooms of the school not much wide, but proper sitting space was there, circulation space there is very small.

Well ventilated, and provided with stacking area for books.

(b)

CORRIDORS:

Every corner of the building is easily accessed through corridors.

Corridors

proper

are

3m

wide

in

length

providing

circulation area.

Open corridor with plenty of light provides well ventilation and daylight making easy for the blind student to move.

(c)

COURTYARD:

making easy for the blind student to move. (c) COURTYARD: CORRIDOR  Courtyard planning is done

CORRIDOR

Courtyard planning is done in every block of the building providing proper ventilation to every corner of the block.

Corridors in the building are the main source of day light making the movement of blind people easy and convenient.

(d) RAMP:

Maximum building of the institute is provided with ramps at the entry but some of them lack the provision of ramp creating problem for the movement of the disabled people.

Ramp used in the buildings are constructed on the ratio of 1:15 at the entrance.

(e) STAIRS:

Every block of the building is provided with staircases adequate in number.

Tactile tiles are also used on the corners and tread of the stairs

Width of the staircase is only 1 m.

Tread-230.

Riser-115.

Height of hand rails-1000 mm.

Width of the staircase is only 1 m.  Tread-230.  Riser-115.  Height of hand
Width of the staircase is only 1 m.  Tread-230.  Riser-115.  Height of hand

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Width of the staircase is only 1 m.  Tread-230.  Riser-115.  Height of hand

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(f ) ENTRANCE LOBBY:

Every block of the building is entered through a wide lobby having proper sitting area.

3.19: SERVICES

(a) TOILET:

Separate toilets are provided for male and female.

Some toilet consists of handrail across the wc and wash basin for the comfort of blind children.

All toilets were clean and well maintained.

(b)

DRINKING WATER:

Drinking water is provided at the end of the corridor of the building.

WATER TANKS

The campus of the institute is provided with the water tank, although it’s not working properly, overhead water tanks are also present.

(c)

ELECTRICITY:

overhead water tanks are also present. (c) ELECTRICITY: TOILETS ARE PROVIDED DRINKING WATER  Electrical

TOILETS ARE PROVIDED

are also present. (c) ELECTRICITY: TOILETS ARE PROVIDED DRINKING WATER  Electrical distribution board is

DRINKING WATER

Electrical distribution board is provided in each building.

Institute has its own transformer for electrical supply. There is no high tension line running through the campus within the campus there is an electrical circuit lies along the adjoining road on the east

(d)

DRAINAGE:

There is proper drainage system in the GSAM orphanage home. Which is well maintained by

The working men in the orphanage home.

system in the GSAM orphanage home. Which is well maintained by The working men in the
system in the GSAM orphanage home. Which is well maintained by The working men in the

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system in the GSAM orphanage home. Which is well maintained by The working men in the

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3.20: INFERENCES:

(a) MERITS:

Railings are providing beside pathways.

Parking for different activities are provided differently.

Campus Is Well Maintained.

Trees are planted all over the campus

Open areas are provided

Guiding Pathways are laid all around.

One way traffic movement pattern is followed

Water Supply Lines are laid all over the campus.

Over Head tank has been provided in the campus.

Solar water heaters are installed in the hostel bocks.

Solar lights are provided in the campus

Electrical supply lines are laid,

Sewage lines are installed.

Generator power back up was there.

Proper Parking space was provided for staff.

Proper signage was used in the campus.

.

(b) DEMERITS:

Buildings of the institute lack ramps for the vertical circulation

There was no provision of lift.

In the school building senior classes are run in primary wing

There was no provision of lift.  In the school building senior classes are run in
There was no provision of lift.  In the school building senior classes are run in

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There was no provision of lift.  In the school building senior classes are run in

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CHAPTER 4 - CASE STUDY 2

“DEEPALYA SCHOOL SANJAY COLONY, NEW DELHI”

4.1: PROJECT BRIEF

SCHOOL SANJAY COLONY, NEW DELHI” 4.1: PROJECT BRIEF PROJECT NAME: DEEPALYA SCHOOL YEAR OF ESTABLISH: IN

PROJECT NAME: DEEPALYA SCHOOL YEAR OF ESTABLISH: IN 1992 PROJECT TYPE: FULLY NON-PROFIT ORG. AND ORPHANAGE SCHOOL OWNER: DEEPALAYA ORGANIZATION (NGO) SITE INFORMATION (AREA): 7\400 SQ.MT LOCATION OF SITE: SANJAY COLONY I, SANJAY COLONY, OKHLA PHASE II, OKHLA INDUSTRIAL AREA, NEW DELHI

COLONY, OKHLA PHASE II, OKHLA INDUSTRIAL AREA, NEW DELHI 4.2: INTRODUCTION School building Source- deepalaya.org It
COLONY, OKHLA PHASE II, OKHLA INDUSTRIAL AREA, NEW DELHI 4.2: INTRODUCTION School building Source- deepalaya.org It
COLONY, OKHLA PHASE II, OKHLA INDUSTRIAL AREA, NEW DELHI 4.2: INTRODUCTION School building Source- deepalaya.org It
COLONY, OKHLA PHASE II, OKHLA INDUSTRIAL AREA, NEW DELHI 4.2: INTRODUCTION School building Source- deepalaya.org It
COLONY, OKHLA PHASE II, OKHLA INDUSTRIAL AREA, NEW DELHI 4.2: INTRODUCTION School building Source- deepalaya.org It
COLONY, OKHLA PHASE II, OKHLA INDUSTRIAL AREA, NEW DELHI 4.2: INTRODUCTION School building Source- deepalaya.org It

4.2: INTRODUCTION

PHASE II, OKHLA INDUSTRIAL AREA, NEW DELHI 4.2: INTRODUCTION School building Source- deepalaya.org It is a

School building Source- deepalaya.org

It is a Co-educational School. This school was meant to cater to an extremely impoverished community located in the dirtiest area of a slum settlement.

Deepalaya School, Sanjay Colony shifted to the community of Sanjay Colony in 1992, after functioning from the Chittaranjan Park, South Delhi for many years. The school runs classes from LKG to class VIII

The site is approached via the industrial land of the region. The site is located in the dirtiest area of a slum settlement right next to a community toilet, in the dense settlement of 600 dwelling units per hectare, housing approximately three thousand families.

the dense settlement of 600 dwelling units per hectare, housing approximately three thousand families. ORPHANAGE SCHOOL
the dense settlement of 600 dwelling units per hectare, housing approximately three thousand families. ORPHANAGE SCHOOL

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the dense settlement of 600 dwelling units per hectare, housing approximately three thousand families. ORPHANAGE SCHOOL

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DEEPALAYA SCHOOL

It is a Co-educational School .

This school was meant to cater to an extremely

impoverished community located in the dirtiest area

of a slum settlement .

4.3:

LOCATION OF THE PROJECT

The Deepalaya

Sanjay Colony, Okhla Industrial Estate, New delhi .

School

is located

in one

SANJAY COLONY
SANJAY
COLONY
New delhi . School is located in one SANJAY COLONY at of the largest slums of
at
at

of the largest

slums
slums

of Delhi

INDIA
INDIA
OKHLA
OKHLA
SANJAY COLONY at of the largest slums of Delhi INDIA OKHLA DELHI The route passes by
SANJAY COLONY at of the largest slums of Delhi INDIA OKHLA DELHI The route passes by
DELHI
DELHI
The route passes by Okhla Estate Marg and it is located 19 kms away from
The route passes by Okhla Estate Marg and it is located
19 kms away from New Delhi railway station.
It had a very poor access, but was the only piece of land
available in the dense settlement.
CLIMATE : The climate of Delhi is a monsoon -influenced with high variation between summer
CLIMATE : The climate of Delhi is a monsoon -influenced
with high variation between summer and winter temperatures
and precipitation and has relatively dry winters and has a prolonged spell of very
temperatures and precipitation and has relatively dry winters and has a prolonged spell of very ORPHANAGE
temperatures and precipitation and has relatively dry winters and has a prolonged spell of very ORPHANAGE

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temperatures and precipitation and has relatively dry winters and has a prolonged spell of very ORPHANAGE

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2. SITE PLAN

CASE STUDY THESIS 2016-17 2. SITE PLAN Play Area Lab Admn / acedemic . Junior section
Play Area Lab Admn / acedemic . Junior section N Toilets Entrance
Play Area
Lab
Admn /
acedemic .
Junior
section
N
Toilets
Entrance
 The school building for the Deepalaya Education Foundation was built in two major Phases.
 The school building for the Deepalaya Education
Foundation was built in two major Phases. In first phase,
the ground floor, was framed around a central courtyard.
The first phase was built by the Nizamuddin Building
Centre (sponsored by HUDCO and the Slum Dept.)
 In the second phase, the courtyard was covered with a
large span of Funicular Shells and the other blocks
were added gradually. The second phase was designed
and built by the Anangpur Building Centre
First phase
Second phase
The second phase was designed and built by the Anangpur Building Centre First phase Second phase
The second phase was designed and built by the Anangpur Building Centre First phase Second phase

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The second phase was designed and built by the Anangpur Building Centre First phase Second phase

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2.1 DESIGN CONCEPT

The School was built to exemplify a creative, cost-effective design with spatial configurations and interaction spaces to match the scale of a growing child. It is a conviction that providing well planned, designed buildings would inspire a positive response in the children.

The idea was that an inspiring building does not have to be expensive and that innovative materials, colour and texture can generate a built quality that would actually change human behavior.

3. FLOOR PLANS ADMIN/ACADEMIC BLOCK

human behavior. 3. FLOOR PLANS – ADMIN/ACADEMIC BLOCK e ground floor is framed around a central

e ground floor is framed around a central semi-open space and built with pre-finished Blocks in order to ensure permanent finishes at low cost.

Blocks in order to ensure permanent finishes at low cost. as to integrate art into the

as to integrate art into the built form. The roofs with brick Funicular Shells of varying patterns generate a warm and colourful environment.

The roofs with brick Funicular Shells of varying patterns generate a warm and colourful environment. ORPHANAGE
The roofs with brick Funicular Shells of varying patterns generate a warm and colourful environment. ORPHANAGE
The roofs with brick Funicular Shells of varying patterns generate a warm and colourful environment. ORPHANAGE

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The roofs with brick Funicular Shells of varying patterns generate a warm and colourful environment. ORPHANAGE

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CASE STUDY THESIS 2016-17 Mangalore tiles. The A-Frame is construced over the assembly area. INFERENCES 
CASE STUDY THESIS 2016-17 Mangalore tiles. The A-Frame is construced over the assembly area. INFERENCES 

Mangalore tiles. The A-Frame is construced over the assembly area.

tiles. The A-Frame is construced over the assembly area. INFERENCES  THE MOST IMPORTANT LESSON LEARNT

INFERENCES

THE MOST IMPORTANT LESSON LEARNT WAS THAT HUMAN BEHAVIOUR CAN BE CHANGED THROUGH AN INNOVATIVE, APPROACH TO DESIGN AND USE OF MATERIALS, AND A VARIETY OF INTERESTING SPACES. THE PROJECT’S SUCCESS CAN BE MEASURED IN THE CHILDREN'S WORK AND A TRANSFORMATION IN THEIR ATTITUDE TOWARDS THE SCHOOL.

THE NATURE OF THE BUILDING IS PLAYFUL AND IMAGINATIVE. IT IS INTERESTING THAT ONE FINDS NO VANDALISM AND VERY LITTLE GRAFFITI IN THE BUILDING, THUS INDICATING THE CHILDREN'S RESPECT FOR THE PLACES CREATED.

THE A-FRAMES, FUNICULAR SHELL ROOFING THAT ARE USED, HAVE PROVED TO BE THE ONLY SUCCESSFUL CONSTRUCTION METHOLOGIES FOR EARTHQUAKE RESISTANCE.

THE BUILDING USED FAR LESS CONCRETE AND STEEL THAN CONVENTIONAL STRUCTURES, THUS REDUCING COST. SINCE THE PRODUCTS ARE MANUFACTURED ON SITE, THERE IS A TREMENDOUS AMOUNT OF SAVING IN TRANSPORTATION COST AND A STEB TOWARDS SUSTAINABLE APPROACH.

THERE IS A TREMENDOUS AMOUNT OF SAVING IN TRANSPORTATION COST AND A STEB TOWARDS SUSTAINABLE APPROACH.
THERE IS A TREMENDOUS AMOUNT OF SAVING IN TRANSPORTATION COST AND A STEB TOWARDS SUSTAINABLE APPROACH.

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THERE IS A TREMENDOUS AMOUNT OF SAVING IN TRANSPORTATION COST AND A STEB TOWARDS SUSTAINABLE APPROACH.

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