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FAQ  >>  Project Scope


What is the scope of Schools for India project?

Schools for India will build and run 6000 schools across India, with focus on rural areas to provide best in class infrastructure and education to the people of rural India. Each district will have 10 to 12 schools based on the need, and will cover approximately 150 to 200 villages.    Readmore


What is the coverage of the school?

The school will have Kinder Garten to Secondary school, with total 3000 students in three shifts.    Readmore


How large is the school?

Each school will be built over an area of 20 Acres, with built up area of 140,000 Sq Ft.    Readmore


What are all the components of the School?

Each school will consist of: Kinder Garten Primary School High/Middle School Secondary School Special Children School Library Vocational Training Center Physical Training Center, Sports field and Stadium Rural Economic Zone- Periphery Family Health Center-Periphery Environmental Education Center of Excellence- Water Shed, Indigenous Plants, and Bio studies. Community Center Kitchen and Dining for Catering to 500 Students at a time, doubles up as Community ...   Readmore


What is the three shift system?

The school is designed to accommodate around 1000 students per shift, the shifts are designated as, Primary shift for regular students, Second Shift for drop outs who could not pursue their studies due to various reasons, and third shift is for those who are working. The second and third shift ...   Readmore


Why build large schools instead of small schools?

Based on our studies we find that maintaining a large school is much easier than maintaining many small schools. By providing large and well managed facility will attract the right teaching talent than small schools. Economy of scale is achieved by building large school catering to more villages than locating ...   Readmore


What is the area of coverage for these schools?

Each of these schools, are expected to cover a physical radius of 5 to 7 KM and older students will be accepted from as far as 10 to 12 KM radius. The School will provide bus facilities for the students to attend the school. The coverage will be based on ...   Readmore


How long it will take to build one school?

Each district will have its own timelines based on the local conditions. We are expecting that after the pilot project we will perfect the building technologies needed to build the complete school in 90 days from date of land availability.    Readmore


How can a school be built in 90 days?

We are currently working on the Just in Time (JIT) model and creating the Bill of Material and automated supply chain solution which will enable us to build the school using pre fabricated components. The cutting edge technology will help us in building the school in 90 days and show ...   Readmore


Will S4I start the school operations only after the entire infrastructure is in place or it will start the school operations once the basic infra structure is in place?

The school will be built in three phases, the first phase is for building the physical training, Sports facilities, stadium, community Center, Kitchen, Media center, Environmental Center, Rural Health Center, Rural Economic Zone, and administrative complex. The second phase will be to build the secondary school, Special Children School, and ...   Readmore