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Title: INTERMEDIATE COLLEGES BUILDINGS AND LAND STANDARDS WITH THE SPACIAL REFERENCE OF MEERUT DIVISION
Authors: Lal., Nehru
Keywords: ARCHITECTURE & PLANNING
COLLEGES BUILDINGS
LAND STANDARD
MEERUT DIVISION
Issue Date: 1972
Abstract: The fast expansion of ce 7Yion during the lost twenty Vests could not allow the Architects and engineers to p!eep into iery channel of educational buildings.to ,that+ college buildings are one of the victim of the foot speed of all kind of development. The Land abd wilding requirement of Thteedist. Collg,s of Uttar Pradesh need 0 thorough study and research work for the qualitative improvement of educatLon and educational ► tem, The author started work with study of existing situation of colleges Asst thirty colleges have been viettod for discussion with the teachers,, students end administrators to got their op on in r elation to the above suboct, The a$bl. data has been collected in the fbzi of performs prepared for the pines. The survey data could be available, from thirteen colleges. Out of which after computing has been c&tad in this report for eight colleges. The opinion of various persons related to the intermediate colleges the results of surreys results of reports of various committees, conf.r.nc.s end' research** have ben brought toe compxo sa to get the results practicable. The, results'in the form of easy expressions and du ct figures (r►h.rever possible) have been expressed. The pftfactionof the #r norms still require the testing# by applying those in practical field which may require the further modification.. At present these ore the ready referen. c sto make Oster the work of Irchitecti, Planners and Engineers end EducatUnIs s related to this field,
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/13781
Other Identifiers: M.Tech
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