The Hostels/Houses

The Hostels/Houses
The Sainik School Bijapur campus is full of activities. There is no holiday for the campus in April and May. The place is adding more to the existing infrastructure.
The compound wall of each hostel is raised and steel frames placed to provide more safety and security to the cadets. Dry taps are a thing of the past. The cadets get 24X7 running water with installing of eight syntax tanks of 1000 liters capacity in each hostel. These tanks are filled once in the morning and once in the evening. In addition, each bath room is supplied with hot water for bathing by installing solar water heaters on the terrace of all barracks of all houses. The old class room furniture –desk and chairs of the students, are repainted and placed in the recreation hall for use during study hours. Fresh, clean and cool drinking water purifying plant is installed and maintained approximately at a cost of Rs two lakhs in each of the hostels.

Aqua Reverse Osmosis systems 0

Aqua Reverse Osmosis systems 0
Each house is fitted with water filters

Aqua Reverse Osmosis systems

Aqua Reverse Osmosis systems
They supply healthy and cool drinking water

Aqua Reverse Osmosis systems (2)

Aqua Reverse Osmosis systems (2)
These systems are well maintained by the company

Aqua Reverse Osmosis systems (3)

Aqua Reverse Osmosis systems (3)
with this system in place ,cadets reporting sick has come down enormously

Aqua Reverse Osmosis systems (6)

Aqua Reverse Osmosis systems (6)
There six in the six houses and one each in Mess and the one in the School building

House furniture

House furniture
The class room furnirture is placed in the recreation hall

House furniture (1)

House furniture (1)
They are painted fresh

Fresh water from Krishna river

Fresh water from Krishna river
The eight tanks, each of 2000 liter capacity stores water

Fresh water from Krishna river (1)

Fresh water from Krishna river (1)
The tanks are periodically cleaned and maitained

Fresh water from Krishna river (3)

Fresh water from Krishna river (3)
This type of water supply systems have ensured 24x7 running water in the houses

Solar water heaters

Solar water heaters
A set of Solar water heaters are installed on the terrace of each barrack

Solar water heaters (2)

Solar water heaters (2)
Here are eight synthetic synthetic water tanks each with 1000 liters capacity

Solar water heaters (3)

Solar water heaters (3)
These Solar powered panels supply round clock hot water to the cadets for bathing

Solar water heaters (4)

Solar water heaters (4)
Each bath room is fitted with one normal and another hot water tap

Security Wall

Security Wall
A high rise compound wall is erected for each hostel

Security Wall (3)

Security Wall (3)
These walls have ensured a feeling of security at night

Security Wall (5)

Security Wall (5)
These walls and the gates all around the house secures the garden plants from cattle and belongings of the cadets

Security Wall (6)

Security Wall (6)
The walls give a pleasant look & shape to the hostels

House Gardens (1)

House Gardens (1)
A canopy of branches to shade the hostel veranda

House Gardens (2)

House Gardens (2)
House Garden maintained by Cadets

House Gardens (8) Inside of the Wodeyar House

House Gardens (8) Inside of the Wodeyar House
Each house is encouraged to maintain a garden by adequate supply of water

House Gardens (11)

House Gardens (11)
These gardens are made by shramadhan by students and staff on week ends

Saturday, August 22, 2009

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