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Project Overview:
The project at hand involves constructing a fifth hostel at T. A. Pai Management Institute, Manipal. For the same, all the major timelines have been decided and special emphasis has been made to make sure there is least amount of wastage of resources (human, capital) and to ensure their maximum utilization.
Keeping in view the increasing number of student intake at TAPMI, there has been a situation in campus wherein the male students are living on triple-share basis. To address this issue, the construction of a fifth hostel is very important wherein the number of rooms available is – 120 (3 floors – 40 rooms/floor). These rooms will accommodate students on twin sharing basis, with one floor devoted for the female students.
Presently, according to the statistics at hand – 180 male students are living in triple-sharing rooms. The additional 60 students will be shifted to the new hostel. Also, the estimated increase in the number of students is 80. These students will also be using the new hostel from academic year 2015-17. Next, another increase in the intake for the subsequent batch 2016-18 has been taken care of, as hostel is capable enough to accommodate another 100 students.
In addition to the schedule of each activity and major milestone (Gantt chart) in the construction process, we have also taken care of the human resources that will be needed at each stage (Resource Allocation), and the cost involved.

Project Scope Statement:
To successfully construct a Hostel in T. A. Pai Management Institute, Manipal, by June 2015, utilizing human resources with INR 31Lacs
This will lead to improved infrastructure facilities for the students during their post-graduation program.
A. Project Objective:
The task of constructing another Boys Hostel in T. A. Pai Management Institute, Manipal, is aimed at improving the infrastructure facilities in the campus. One wing in the hostel can be used for

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