Location & Climate
The institute is located in a temporary accommodation near Gurudwara, Kotwal Mohalla,Kishtwar which is 500 mtr from the Bus Stand.
Geography and Climate conditions in Kishtwar District
Kishtwar is bounded on the north by Kashmir and Zanskar valleys, on the south by Bhaderwahand Doda Tehsils, on the east by Himachal Pradesh and on the west by Anantnag and Rambandistrict. It is a very mountainous district, which lies between 33°.10´and33°.25´ latitude and 75°.25´ and 76°.10´ longitude. It has an average elevation of 1631 meters (5300 feet).
The rainfall is scanty, climate is generally dry and because of this reason this district has been declared as Drought Prone Area. The temperature of this district varies from place to place. Most of the areas of Tehsil Padder & Marwah remain snow bound for five-six months of the year. In fact blockWarwan and Marwah besides some of areas of Dachhan and Padder remain cut off from the rest of the world during winter. Summer hardly witnesses any rain and precipitation often occurs during the winter season.