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One example of regulations covered within the National Boarding Standards are those for the minimum floor area or living space required for each student and other aspects of basic facilities. The minimum floor area of a dormitory accommodating two or more students is defined as the number of students sleeping in the dormitory multiplied by m², plus m². A minimum distance of m should also be maintained between any two beds in a dormitory, bedroom or cubicle. In case students are provided with a cubicle, then each student must be provided with a window and a floor area of m² at the least. A bedroom for a single student should be at least of floor area of m². Boarding schools must provide a total floor area of at least m² living accommodation for every boarder. This should also be incorporated with at least one bathtub or shower for every ten students.
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