AP School Buildings Colours SSA Instructions Memo. SSA/CWs/Colour Paint

Memo.No.Arising/SSA/CWs/Colour Paint/2015 Date:06-11-2015. AP School Buildings Colours SSA Instructions  Memo. SSA/CWs/Colour Paint. AP
  • Sub: SSA, A.P., Hyderabad – Civil Works - Uniform Colour Wash for School Buildings - Instructions Issued - Reg.
  • Ref: Video Conference conducted by the Hon’ble Minister for HRD and Secretary to Government, School Education Dept., A.P, Hyderabad Dt:14-10-2015.

AP School Buildings Colours SSA Instructions Memo. SSA/CWs/Colour Paint

The attention of the Project Officers/ Executive Engineers are invited to the reference cited above and it is requested to paint single coat of
  1. Inside walls and ceiling with Birla white cement
  2. Outside walls with Exterior emulsion paint IVORY - 0315
  3. Borders, Column faces and basement etc with MILANRED - 8101
to the all the Government School buildings along with SSA LOGO and School name and Code duly utilizing the available funds of School grant or savings of the Civil works of the concerned school immediately.
Colours Example:
The Colour of IVORY - 0315 looks like the image given below:

IVORY - 0315
Borders, Column faces and basement etc with MILANRED - 8101.. This Colour will Look Like This

4 comments:

  1. govt school don't need such colourful white wash SHOW. Govt needs to SHOW interest in developing the standards of govt schools and in strengthening the roots of govt schooling rather than implementing the SHOWcase policies and exposing their grandSHOW of nothing usefulness.

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  2. Already colopsed education in Govt. schools with government unstanded programmes and modification of educational changes. If this colour system also implemente in schools and teachers get tighted with funding problem, automatically fullfill BLACK in government schools and blocked joinings in government schools. So please think about this type of newly implemented programmes and oppose them. PATRUDU

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  3. School grant is less. The govt should give special allocations for this.

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