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PROJECTS COMPLETED
  Solar Street Light
 

M/S Messer Cutting Systems India Private Limited, Coimbatore along with Sri Eshwar College of Engineering involved in the installation of solar street lights in the Kothavadi village. 13 street lights were already existing in that village, in which 10 Solarstreet lightsserviced by M/S Messer Cutting Systems India Private Limited, Coimbatoreat a cost of Rs. 91,000 and 3 street lights by Sri Eshwar college of engineering at a cost of Rs. 50,000 under Unnat Bharat Abhiyan funding and 2 new street lights were installed by M/S Messer Cutting Systems India Private Limited, Coimbatoreat a cost of Rs. 60,000.

During this inauguration program Mr.AnandaPadmanaban, Assistant Manager, Oxyfuel, Dr. G. Karuppusami, Dean – Research, Mr.KannanNarasimhan, Director-IT & Industry Relations, Dr. V. Chandrasekaran, HOD/EEE, Mr. P. Anbarasu, AP/EEE, Sri Eshwar College of Engineering and Mr. Vinayagamoorthy were actively participated. The villagers who were suffering from the fear of snakes and other animals during the dark times due to the lack of street lights found the new installations very much useful to them. The village people thanked the institutions for such a kind support.

  Solar Street Light at Kodhavadi School
 

   
  KOTHAVADI SCHOOL RENOVATION
   
 
 

PANCHAYAT UNION MIDDLE SCHOOL, KODHAVADI was established in 1927 and it is managed by the Local body. It is located in Kinathukadavu block, district of Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu. The school consists of Grades from 1 to 8. Tamil is the medium of coaching in this school. This school is a Government owned building. It has 8 classrooms for teaching purposes and also 2 other rooms for non-teaching activities. This school is protected with a Partial compound wall. It has a separate room for Head master/Teacher. The school has electricity connection.

The source of Drinking Water in the school is Tap Water. The school has 1 boy’s toilet and 1 girl’s toilet both are maintained hygienic. This school has a playground. It has a library which holds a count of 250 books. The school does not need ramp for disabled children to access classrooms. The school has 8 computers for teaching and learning purposes. Government mid-day meal scheme is active in this school which provides food for all the students and staffs. Food is prepared in the school campus itself.

  School Renovation Activities
 
 

Initially, there were no separate class rooms; it had small partitions which was only about 3 feet height. Now, it is been renovated into separate class rooms by increasing the height of the partition to about 10 feet and the remaining height is been covered with cardboard.

 
 

The damaged wooden windows and doors were replaced with new one and all the classrooms were painted. Total of about 15 windows and 6 doors were renovated.

  Renovated Toilets and Roofings
 
 

The roofing and flooring for toilets of area 16”*8” for both boys and girls had been constructed with 5 urinals and all the taps were renovated. The roofing was constructed with the cooling sheets. Both the toilets were painted.

 
 

The roofing and flooring for toilets of area 16”*8” for both boys and girls had been constructed with 5 urinals and all the taps were renovated. The roofing was constructed with the cooling sheets. Both the toilets were painted.

The damaged flooring for 4 classrooms of area of 20”*20” and all the corridors were renovated and replaced with cement flooring. The kitchen has been completely renovated with new ventilation system. A water storage tank has also been placed. A room has been extended for cooking purpose and the renovated room is used as store room.
 
 
Renovated Old Building Rainwater harvesting system
The hall of 42”*20” has been renovated. The hall has been partitioned into classrooms. The flooring of both the classes was laid with tiles. The roof has been demolished and renovated. Plastering work has also been done. The old doors were replaced with steel and glass windows have been placed. The Rain water harvesting systems has been added to all the buildings and this created the awareness among the students about the rain water harvesting.
 
 
Shoe stands Cowl net to prevent Mosquito’s
Shoe stand of size 3’’*8’’ of 2 no’s has been designed for the students. Cowl net has been tied in many areas which are more prone to mosquitoes. 500 cowl nets have been distributed to the people of Kodhavadi. The students have actively participated in cowl net distributing events
 
 

“My idea of village swaraj is that it is a complete republic independent of its neighbor for its own vital wants…” - MAHATMA GANDHIJI

  WATER TANK INSTALLATION IN KONDAMPATTI GOVT. SCHOOL
 
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