ollowing the pattern of UK education system, India too has started using the model by turning train compartments into classrooms. Classrooms in Madurai’s Higher Secondary Schoo in Chennai, India have been designed differently to attract admissions. The classrooms have been artistically designed like train compartments. The school is located at Meenakshi Bazaar near Madurai Railway Station. This school has been functioning for over 150 years comprising of more than 2000 students. It also has a primary section consisting of more than 100 students. This conceptualized train is directed towards Madurai from Chennai.
UK bus schools
The school in the UK has planned to create two classrooms out of an old double-decker bus.
In UK if the school would have gone to build a classroom, it would cost them £15,000. The buses are parked in the school.
Another such example came into picture as Divya Jain, the co-founder of CEO of Safeducate, one of India’s largest training, skilling and consulting firm, is transforming the face of the huge containers by turning them into colorful, air-conditioned classrooms running on solar power in Bihar
There would be more such conventional classrooms in the India and the world. Share your story if you know any such classrooms.