Tarun Kumar Thesis 2

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  • 1. DANCE-ROOMTO INCULCATE DANCING SKILLS IN THE TINY-TOTS, THISDANCE ROOM IS WELL EQUIPPED WITH SPEAKERS, MIKE,AND VITRIFIED FLOORING.
  • 2. CREATIVE - INFORMATIVEAESTHETIC FEATURE BEAUTIFULLYCOMPLEMENTS THE INFORMATIVEASPECT. FURNITURE AND THE WALLSSHOW DIFFRRENTEDUCATIONALELEMENTS.
  • 3. CRITICAL ANALYSIS A STORAGE UNIT IS BADLY REQUIRED IN THE SINK AREA HERE.THIS WALL NEEDS TO BE CEMENTED,AND THE WATER PIPES BE COVERED. THE EXPOSED WIRES ARE UNSAFE. HENCE, NEED BE COVERED.
  • 4. RECEPTIONLACK OF A PROFESSIONAL RECEPTION COUNTER TOWELCOME THE VISITORS, THIS SADLY KEPT TABLE ANDTHE CHAIRS ARE HIGHLY DISAPPOINTING. ALSO, THEREAN APPROPRIATE WAITING AREA IS MISSING.
  • 5. PROTOTYPESTUDY
  • 6. FALSE CEILINGTEACHER’S FURNITURE PLAYGROUNDSWIMMING POOL
  • 7. HERE ARE THE DIFFEREND TYPES OF DESIGNER BEDSTHAT ARE SIMPLY LOVED BY THE KIDS.HENCE, CHILDRENWANT TO BE THE PLAYWAY ALL THE TIME.
  • 8. WASHROOM, WITH ABATH-TUB A KITCHENETTE A COMPACT WASHROOM COMPUTER ROOM
  • 9. SANJIVNITHE PLAY-SCHOOLSECTOR-11ACHANDIGARH
  • 10. LOCATION ‘SANJIVNI’, THE PLAYWAY, IS LOCATED IN THE MOST SOUGHT AFTER AREA OF THE CITY. IT IS A SECTOR THAT BASICALLY BELONGS TO THE HIGHER CLASS OF PEOPLE, AND HENCE, TENDS TO EARN MORE PROFIT. ALSO, VERY APPROACHABLE (AS IT LIES JUST IN FRONT OF THE MAIN MARKET OF THIS SECTOR), IT IS PREFERRED BY THE PARENTS FROM POINT OF VIEW OF CONVENIENCE, AS WELL AS THE EDUCATIONAL PURPOSE.
  • 11. ENTRANCEAT THE ENTRANCE (THE CEMENTED PASSAGE) IS A SMALLCOURTYARD. IT COMPRISES, ALONGWITH SOME PLANTS, SOMESWINGS FOR THE TINY TOTS.
  • 12. THE PORCH THE ENTRANCE PASSAGE LEADS TO THE PORCH WHICH FURTHER LEADS TO THE ACTIVITY ROOM.
  • 13. STEPSVARIOUS AREAS ARE DISTINGUISHED USING DIFFERENT LEVELSMADE OUT OF COLORED STONES.e.g. THE PORCH IS A STEP HIGHER THAN THA LAWN, TO AVOIDTHE WATER FROM ENTERING THE REST OF THE BUILDING WHENTHERE IS RAINFALL.
  • 14. ACTIVITY-ROOMTHOUGH VERY SPACIOUS ANDWELL VENTILATED, THE ROOMLACKS STORAGE, AND SO, MESSY.
  • 15. THE WALLS ARE DECORATED WITH ALL SORTSOF PAPER CUTTIGS IN SHAPES OF BALLOONS,ANIMALS AND CARTOONS. SOME WROUGHT –IRON CHAIRS ARENEATLY ARRANGED IN ASINGLE ROW.
  • 16. GLASS PANELLING BESIDE THEOTHER DOOR OF THE ROOMMAINTAINS TRANSPARENCY.
  • 17. NIGHT SKY IS DEPICTED ON THE CEILING. ALSO, THEALPHABETS ARE NICELY MADE ON THE BOARD ON ONE OFTHE WALLS.
  • 18. DRINKING WATERNO PROPER SPACE HAS BEENALLOCATED TO THEDRINKING-WATER COOLER. ITIS JUST PLACED IN THEPASSAGE, AND BLOCKS THEWAY.
  • 19. KITCHENTHE KITCHEN IS IN A COMPLETELY WORN OUT CONDITION.THINGS JUST HANG AROUND. THERE SHOULD ME MORESTORAGE, ANDIT NEEDS TO BEREPAINTED.
  • 20. THE SHORTAGE OF SPACE IS SO, THAT EVEN THEREFRIGERATOR IS KEPT ON THE SLAB. STUFF LIES EXPOSEDON THE SHELF, EVEN THE WATER PIPE IS NOT COVERED.
  • 21. STORAGE-RACKIN THE WALKING PASSAGE, IS PLACEDTHIS RACK, FORKEEPING KIDS’ SCHOOL BAGS. ITS BASE DOES NOTTOUCH THE FLOOR ENTIRELY,HENCEPROVIDES EASE INCLEANING.
  • 22. SLEEPING-ROOMTHEREE ARE BRIGHT WOODDEN BUNKER BEDS. THECOMPACT SPACE IS WELL UTILISED.
  • 23. CRITICAL ANALYSIS IN THE SLEEPING ROOM, STORAGE IS PROVIDED WHICH IS NOT EVEN ACCESSIBLE DUE TO THE BUNKER BEDS KEPT IN FRONT. THE KITCHEN LACKS APT STORAGE. IT ALSO LACKS CLEANLINESS.
  • 24. VENTILATIONSUFFICIENT AMOUNT OF VENTILATION HAS BEENALLOWED IN ALL THE AREAS OF THIS PLAYSCHOOL.
  • 25. FLOORINGMARBLE-CHIP FLOORING RUNS THROUGHOUT THEBUILDING. VITRIFIED TILES ARE USED IN THEWASHROOMS.
  • 26. LIGHTING THE ROOMS ARE VERY WELL LIT WITH TUBELIGHTS AND CFLs. HENCE, THE KIDS ARE PROVIDED WITH SUFFICIENT AMOUNT OF LIGHTING.
  • 27. THE STUDY-ROOMEDUCATIONAL PAPER CUTTINGS ON THE BOARDS, AWROUGHT-IRONBOOK RACK, SOME STORAGE, AND AGLASS PARTITION TRANSPARENTLY DIVIDESTHE ROOMFROM PRINCIPALS OFFICE.
  • 28. GLASS PARTITIONING
  • 29. RESTROOMS THE DOOR, WALL TILES, AND THE SMALL CUPBOARD, ALL ARE IN A WEARY CONDITION.HENCE, NEED TO BE CHECKED.
  • 30. ALSO, THINGS LIE HERE AND THERE. MORE STORAGESHOULD BE PROVIDED IN THE RESTROOMS.
  • 31. LUNCH-ROOMLUNCH ROOM,OR ANOTHER CLASSROOM,IT HAS A CUPBOARD TO KEEP THE KIDS’NOTEBOOKS, THE TEACHER’S BELONGIGNSETC. HENCE, HELPS KEEPS UP THECLEANLINESS.
  • 32. EDUCATIONAL AND INFORMATIVE POSTERS ONTHE WALLS CATCH A VIEWER’S INTEREST, ANDKEEP THE STUDENTS INTERESTED.
  • 33. VERANDAHTHE VERANDAH HAS A SMALL COLOURFUL WOODDENPLAYHOUSE IN THE SHAPE OF HUT. ALSO, IT HAS THEENTRANCE TO THE PRINCIPAL’SROOM.
  • 34. PRINCIPAL’S ROOM
  • 35. EXPOSED WIRES CREATE A MESS IN THE ROOM. THERE ISA GLASS WINDOW, SO THAT THE PRINCIPAL COULD KEEPAN EYE OUTSIDE.
  • 36. PRINCIPAL’S ROOM, WHICHACTUALLY GIVES FIRST IMPRESSIONTO ANY VISITOR, IS POORLY KEPTAND NEEDS GREAT IMPROVEMENT INCLEANLINESS AND MAINTENANCE. ITREQUIRES MORE STORAGE, ANDNEEDS TO BE REPAINTED.
  • 37. WHEREAS THE WALLS AREPAINTED IN WHITE, THECEILING IS PAINTED IN A LIGHT-ORANGE COLOUR. IT DOES NOTMATCH WITH THE OVEERALLDÉCOR, AND HENCE GIVES ANUNFROFESSIONAL LOOK.CFL LIGHTS HAVE BEEN USEDTO LIGHT THIS COMPACTROOM.
  • 38. THE WATER TANKTHE BACK GATE OF PLAYWAY BACKYARD
  • 39. GARAGE THE GARAGE IS USED MORE LIKE A STORE-ROOM. ON TOP OF IT, IS THE SERVANT’S ROOM.
  • 40. NEXT TO STAIRCASE IS THE SERVANT’S WOSHROOM,WHICH IS IN A VERSY NASTY CONDITION. IT NEEDS TO BECHECKED.
  • 41. BIBLIOGRAPHY •THE MAGAZINE-INSIDE OUTSIDE •NEWSPAPER-THE SUNDAY TRIBUNE •INTERNET-google.com