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Intensive Utilisation of Primary School Spaces

Shortage of school premises for the existing population, a continuously increasing demand for more spaces to cope with the unprecedented increase in population, coupled with lack of resources to provide the same is, in a nutshell, the problem faced by any developing country. Millions of school-going children are required to be housed in school buildings to meet their urge for education. This naturally requires a very large number of school buildings.

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