For the smooth running of the college courses (and to accommodate students and staff) Bhaktivedanta College currently utilizes facilities of the Radhadesh community. However, a new building is required to properly accommodate the growing numbers of students. The architectural proposal for the new college building is pictured below.
The building includes:
- 5 classrooms
- 21 students’ rooms (with 2-3 beds each)
- 4 rooms for teachers
- 3 rooms for staff members
- common rooms for ladies and men
- sauna and gym
- Investment: 1,700,000 €
By supporting the new Bhaktivedanta College’s new building you would:
- enable Vaishnava devotees to attend a Krishna conscious college and complete their studies with a Religious Studies degree accredited by the University of Wales, Lampeter;
- help ISKCON members become systematically educated so that they can teach others
- help future leaders and managers of the Hare Krishna movement receive vocational training
- make an major contribution to an important international educational initiative
Bhaktivedanta College, situated in Radhadesh, can serve as a model for further colleges around the world. To start with, the idea is to open a Bhaktivedanta College in Mayapur(ISKCON’s world headquarters in Bengal, India) and later in the USA.