Buildings

New College Administrative-Arts Building

The architect’s rendition of the new Administrative block and Arts section

The levelling of the land for the site for the new Administrative-Arts building, as well as the digging of the foundational trench have begun as per the architect’s design and the structural plans. Soon the pillars of the new building should start coming up.

With the site-levelling done, the foundation trench for new Administrative-Arts block is close to being completed.


Girls’ Residence Hall

Work on the new Girls’ Residence Hall, as depicted in the architect’s rendition below, had begun but had to be stopped because of a problem that arose. We hope to resume the work soon.

The architect’s rendition of what the new Girls’ Residence Hall will look like when it is completed.

The building will accommodate 150 female students and some religious sisters, and possibly also some female staff members. If all goes well, the plan in the future is to have two similar hostels for female students and two for male students.



The New Building

In April 2019, we broke ground for a new building that would have administrative spaces, 12 classrooms, staff rooms, etc., the kind of building that would meet the needs of an educational institution.

The new building, which was inaugurated by the Chief Minister of Meghalaya on 7th December 2021, presently accommodates all classes.

Inside the new building



First School

Soon after receiving permission from the Directorate of Education to start Higher Secondary classes (Arts stream), the abandoned SSA structure on campus was remodeled, renovated and repurposed to start classes. The remodeled structure now had two rooms. The smaller room became the Principal’s Office cum Staff room, while the larger room became the Cl XI classroom.

The redesigned, renovated, and repurposed SSA building serves as the first school building.


Initial Structure

On the land acquired in Umoid for the St. Xavier’s institutions, there was an existing SSA (Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan) building. The village leaders had relocated the school within the village itself in order to offer its students easier access to the school. This building was repurposed and converted into the first Hr. Sec. school building.

The old SSA building that existed on the newly acquired college property