Director’s room with meeting spaces, reception and common waiting area, faculty cum conference room and office spaces. Storage spaces and a pantry are available.
The academic areas are flexibly designed to be able to accommodate a variety of groups- both in size and in organization. The classrooms have overhead projection facilities and audio-visual presentation.
Library and Resource/Computer Center
The library is comprehensive with a large stock of journals, reference books and reports regarding water, sanitation, and the environment. The reading areas are well lit and command a pleasant view into the landscaped court. The computer center on the first floor gives access to the internet and has a large databank of audio-visual information.
Multi Purpose Hall
The dining hall seats 50 people and has an attached kitchen with an outdoor service area with separate service access. This area also serves as a multipurpose hall opening onto a deck and then the landscaped garden beyond. The furniture arrangement is flexible accommodating both formal and informal occasions.
VIP Guest House
Designed to function both as the residence of a family as well as a three-room guesthouse. Well protected from the rigorous climatic elements, these areas have been climatologically engineered to maximize efficiency and comfort conditions.
Two dormitories each capable of accommodating 12 persons. These have separate service facilities- specially designed efficient toilets and baths with recycled resource options, pantries and a common lounge for indoor recreation.
A comfortable yet compact two bedroom house with its own private garden but yet facing a common ‘square’ on the street fronting the institutional residential facilities serviced by the same road.
Basic living facilities and services.
Low-cost Sanitary Park
Aimed at rapid demonstration and dissemination of nonconventional appropriate sanitation technologies the exhibition park includes life-size and miniature models, pilot plants, gadgets, posters and charts.