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DEVELOPMENT PLANS, NEEDS, RESOURCES AVAILABLE AND GAPS

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1. The figures indicated are estimates, and in the absence of a detailed study and in view of fluctuating prices in the north, the actual figures may vary as much as by 20 pct.


2. A proper design of the total development is necessary, to create the necessary ambience and to cut down the costs as well. While buildings could be put up on a staggered basis, it should form part of the total plan. In the absence of the total plan, the figures indicated here are for construction on a stand-alone basis.

Note:
Short term Months 0-12
Medium term years 1-3
Long term years 3-5


A. INFRASTRUCTURE

A.1 AUDITORIUM
To build an Auditorium 150íX 20í, to house 1200 seats with Stage, Toilets and Lobby area. Non Air-conditioned.

Land- already purchased 5 lachams (50 perches) opposite the school for Rs. 500,000 in Dec 2002. Funds advanced by London Branch.

Construction- Estimated cost Rs. 9 Million. Funds promised by the Prime Minister, but need to follow up, which the Trust could do, provided there is a proper Architectís design/plan.

Need:

SHORT TERM
1. A Past Pupil, ideally an Architect, to volunteer to draw the design and plan or for some one to pay for outsourcing the task, which will cost Rs 200,000.


MEDIUM TERM
1. Funding for Furniture and Fittings. Approx. cost Rs. 3 million

Current status:

Item A1.

Auditorium We managed to obtain the Ministry of Educationís agreement to build a new Auditorium at a cost of Rs.15 Million in two or three stages. We have forwarded the plan developed by us to the Ministry and await their building unitís concurrence/amended plan. This would be built on the land purchased by the Trust opposite the school. It appears that the initial amount to be released by the Ministry would be Rs.2 Million only, which is of concern since it may not be sufficient to complete at least some part of the project. However we have been advised that a further sum would be released from the 2006 budget allocation in January 2006.

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Area of concern still is the non availability of a temporary Assembly Hall to hold meetings/assemblies etc. We are looking at temporary structures to house this function, which could be eventually used in the new Auditorium or at the grounds. The new Principal would shortly advise of the options available.

 


A.2 FACADE TO SCHOOL ENTRANCE

To build a proper facade to the school entrance, in line with the image school had and still holds, since the lay out we had earlier has been totally disfigured, following occupation by the Army, and building of class rooms every where out of necessity.

Construction- Need a proper Architect’s plan/design to estimate the cost.

Need:

SHORT TERM
1. A Past pupil, ideally an Architect, to volunteer to draw the design, or for some one to pay for outsourcing the task, which will cost Rs.300, 000.
MEDIUM TERM
1. Funding the building of the facade, the cost of which depends on the design.

Current status:

No change as this not an urgent priority.


A.3. ADDITIONAL CLASS ROOMS

The 12 Class Rooms built by NECORD at a cost of Rs.6 Million has been completed in November 2005. Another NGO, SDC has committed the building of another 2 Class rooms (expected completion in September 2006) and with this the need for class rooms would be fully satisfied.

A furniture replacement program has been commenced with the assistance of Canada Branch, where 10 class rooms would be provided new furniture (for 35 students each) at an approximate cost of Rs.1.3 Million. Contract has been awarded and the first class room has been furnished already and we believe the whole program would be over by March 2006.


Need:

SHORT TERM
1. Identify a funding agency, either government or a NGO to pay for this, and follow up on it. Need a sponsor for max Rs. 3 Million to pay for the difference
.

Current status:

The 12 Class Rooms built by NECORD at a cost of Rs.6 Million has been completed in November 2005. Another NGO, SDC has committed  the building of another 2 Class rooms (expected completion in September 2006) and with this the need for class rooms would be fully satisfied.

A furniture replacement program has been commenced with the assistance of Canada Branch, where 10 class rooms would be provided new furniture (for 35 students each) at an approximate cost of Rs.1.3 Million. Contract has been awarded and the first class room has been furnished already  and we believe the whole program would be over by March 2006.

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