The school seeking Affiliation must satisfy the following conditions as per norms of Affiliation Bye-laws:-

Clause 4.1 : Class Rooms

Minimum size should be 8 m. x 6 m. (approximately 500. sq. ft.). There should be one room for each class. Minimum floor space should be at least 1 sq. mtr. per student.

Clause 4.2 : Science Laboratory

(Composite for Secondary or/and separate Physics, Chemistry and Biology for Senior Secondary)- minimum size should be 9 m. x 6m. each (approximately 600 sq.ft) and should be fully equipped.

Clause 4.3 : Library

4.3.1 Minimum size should be 14 m. x 8 m. fully equipped and with reading room facility and other resources to cater to the strength of students in the school.

4.3.2 The Library should have sufficient number of age appropriate books on all subjects in its stock.

4.3.3 Books should include e-Books, Fiction, Non-fiction, Reference Books, Encyclopedia, Periodicals, Magazines, Journals and Newspapers. Staff and students should be encouraged to read e-magazines, e-journals,·e- books etc.

4.3.4 The Library shall not contain any book or other forms of literature that espouse or propagate communal disharmony or casteism or discrimination based on religion, region or language etc. The school should not stock in the library any book disapproved by the Government/ Board.

4.3.5 The Library shall issue books regularly to every child studying in the school.

4.3.6 Adequate budgetary provisions must be made for the School Library.

Clause 4.4 : Computer Laboratory

Minimum size of computer laboratory should be 9 m x 6 m each (approx 600 sq.ft.)

4.4.1 The School should have a minimum of 20 computers and maintain computer to student ratio of 1:20.

4.4.2 The School should have internet connectivity with good speed.

4.4.3 There should be minimum one lab if the strength of students in the school is up to 800. For every additional (up to) 800 students one more lab should be set up.

4.4.4 If the school is offering any subject related to Computer Science or IT at Senior Secondary level, it should have a separate laboratory with adequate provisions for the same.

4.4.5 There should be adequate provisions related to cyber safety in the computer laboratory and students should be allowed in the laboratory only under the supervision of a teacher.

Clause 4.5 : Mathematics Laboratory

The school should have separate provision for Mathematics Laboratory at least of the size of a regular class room.

Clause 4.6 : Rooms For Extracurricular Activities

Either separate rooms for music, dance, arts & sports etc. or one multipurpose hall of adequate size for all these activities should be set up in the school.

Clause 4.7 : Drinking Water,Toilets And Other Physical Facilities

4.7.1 The School shall provide adequate facilities for potable drinking water on each floor.

4.7.2 The School will provide clean healthy and hygienic toilets on each floor with washing facilities for boys and girls separately in proportion to the number of students. The toilets for the primary students should be separate from other toilets. There should be separate toilets for staff members. Signage Boards should be displayed prominently on the toilets of all categories.

4.7.3 The School shall provide proper facilities like, ramps in toilets and at entry/exit points for wheelchair users and auditory signals in elevators/lifts in accordance with the provisions laid down in RPWD Act- 2016.

4.7.4 The School should have suitable furniture in the Class rooms commensurate with the strength of students and staff.

4.7.5 The school should have the needed equipment and facilities as per the syllabus prescribed for Sciences, Home Science, Technical subjects . Vocational subjects and various activities under Work Experience and Art Education etc.

4.7.6 The school shall follow the guidelines related to the safety of the children in schools contained in the following:

  1. The guidelines issued by the Hon'ble Supreme Court of India in Writ Petition (Civil) no. 483 of 2004 in the matter of Avinash Mehrotra (Petitioner) Versus Union of India & Others (Respondents)

  2. The Guidelines on School Safety Policy, 2016 issued by the National Disaster Management Authority which is statutory in nature.

  3. Manual on Safety and Security of Children in Schools Developed by National Commission for Protection of Child Rights.

  4. National Building Code-2005, as amended from time to time.

4.7.7 The School shall scrupulously observe prescription from the State Government/Municipal Authority/Transport Department regarding health & hygiene, drinking water, fire safety, building safety and transport precautions in the school.

4.7.8 The School should have adequate facilities for providing recreational activities and physical education as well as for conduct of various activities and programs for developmental education and for the social, cultural and moral development of the students and for safeguarding their health.

4.7.9 Play Ground

The School should have adequate ground to create outdoor facilities for at least 200 meter athletics track and also facilities for kabaddi, kho-kho, volleyball, basketball etc.

Clause 4.8 : Enrollment And Section Restriction In Each Class

The optimum number of students shall be 40 in each section. Availability of one square meter built-up floor Area per child in the class rooms is an absolute necessity in the school. Subject to this, the details of the allowed sections as per the rules of these byelaws and availability of land and infrastructure are given at Appendix-V.


14.15.1 School will provide proper facilities like ramps in toilets for wheel chair users, auditory signals in elevators/lifts and other possible infrastructural facilities in accordance with the provisions laid down in RPWD Act-2016.

14.15.2 School shall promote inclusion of student with special needs in the normal school as per provisions of the “Rehabilitation of Persons With Disabilities Act 2016’ and in conformity with National Policy of Education”.