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Section I II III IV V VI VII Contents The particulars of organization, functions and duties The powers and duties of officers and employees of the PWD The procedures followed in the decision making process, including channels of supervision and accountability The norms set by it for the discharge of its functions The rules, regulations, instructions, manuals and records, held by it or under its control or used by its employees for discharging is functions Statement of categories of documents held / under control The particulars of any arrangement that exist for consultation with or representation by the members of the public in relation to the formulation of the policy or implementation thereof A Statement of the boards, councils, committees and other bodies consisting of two or more persons constituted as its part or for the purpose of its advice, and as to whether meetings of those boards, councils, committees and other bodies are open to the public, or the minutes of such meetings are accessible for public Directories of its officers and employees Monthly remuneration received by each of its officers and employees, including the system of compensation as provided in its regulations. Budget allocated to each of its agency, indicating the particulars of all plans, proposed expenditures and reports on disbursements made. The manner of execution of subsidy programmes, including the amounts allocated and the details of beneficiaries of such programmes. Particulars of recipients of concessions, permits or authorizations granted by it. Details in respect of information, available to or held by it, reduced in an electronic form. The particulars of facilities available to citizens for obtaining information, including the working hours of a library or reading room, if maintained for public use. The names, designations and other particulars of the Public Information Officers. Other information as may be prescribed and thereafter update these publications every year. Page No. 1-6 7-33 34-39 40-116 117 118 119

PUNJAB PWD (B&R)

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Phone No.: 0175 2360003, 2360009, 236023

Fax: 0175 2357556

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The particulars of organization, functions and duties FUNCTIONS The object of carving out of the Punjab Public Work Department is to execute public works of paramount importance and take up developmental activities in the State pertaining to construction of roads, bridges, buildings & electrical installations in a professional manner. To cope with the ever expanding activities it has become essential and imperative to expand the organizational set up. Briefly the main functions of the Building & Roads Department are as under:1. 2. Construction and Maintenance of Roads out of the State Funds. Construction and Maintenance of National Highways and improvement of Roads of Strategic importance out of funds arranged by Govt. of India, Ministry of Shipping, Road Transport & Highways, New Delhi. Construction and Maintenance of village link roads with allied small Bridges and Culverts out of funds arranged by Punjab Mandi Board and Market Committees. Construction and improvement of Roads and Bridges out of loans arranged from HUDCO, NABARD, BOND Schemes and PIDB funds. Construction and improvement of State Highways, MDRs and ODRs with the funds arranged from centrally sponsored schemes under Central Road Funds (CRF) and Inter State Connectivity & Economic Importance (ISC & EI) Scheme. Construction and Maintenance of Govt. Buildings for multifarious department of Punjab Govt. out of funds administered by the respective departments.

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ORGANIZATION Presently the Administrative Department is headed by an officer of an IAS cadre

designated as Secretary to Govt. of Punjab having its independent Secretariat with allied officers and concomitant staff. In order to carry out the works in field the department is run

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the following five Chief Engineers (Civil) with centrally located Head Quarter at Patiala

and One Chief Engineer (Electrical & Building) with Head Quarter at Chandigarh:1. Chief Engineer (I.P.) He is Incharge of infrastructure projects funded by PIDB; besides incharge of Gazetted Establishment (except Electrical and Mechanical personnel). 2. Chief Engineer (N.H.) Presently this post is headed by an officer of the rank of Superintending Engineer(I.P.) in addition to his own duties. He is incharge of National Highways in the State of Punjab for on- going World Bank Projects, BOT Projects, State National Highway Projects and Inter State Connectivity & Economic Importance (ISC & EI) Scheme. 3. Chief Engineer (North) He is incharge of Plan Roads/Link Roads and all the Government Buildings falling under the jurisdiction of Patiala-I/Patiala-II/Chandigarh/Pathankot/Hoshiarpur Circles of PWD B&R; besides he is incharge of Non-Gazetted Establishment (except Electrical & Mechanical personnel). 4. Chief Engineer (South) He is incharge of Plan Roads/Link Roads and all the Government Buildings falling under the jurisdiction of Faridkot / Ferozepur and Bathinda Circles of PWD B&R. Superintending Engineer, Traffic Engineering Cell and Director Research & Design also works under him. 5. Chief Engineer (Central) He is inchage of all Plan Roads / Link Roads and all the Government Buildings of Ludhiana/Jalandhar-I/Jalandhar-II/Sangrur & Amritsar Circles. Presently this post is lying vacant and the Chief Engineer (North) holds the charge of this post.

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Chief Engineer (Electrical & Building) He is incharge of Building works, supervision, execution and maintenance of Electrical wing in whole of Punjab, Electrical Circle (North) Chandigarh, Elect. Circle (South) Patiala & Mech. Circle Patiala & incharge of Gazetted & Non-Gazetted establishment of Electrical & Mech. Wings in Punjab PWD (B&R). Presently this post is vacant and the Superintending Engineer, Construction Circle, Chandigarh holds the additional charge of this post. Besides there is one Administrative Officer from PCS cadre, one Registrar looking after 14 correspondence branches each headed by the Superintendent and equal number of drawing branches headed by a Circle Head Draftsman to look after their day to day work. The Accounts Cell in the Head Office is headed by a representative of the Finance Department, with the designation of Joint Controller (F&A). The Executive Office. The following officers act directly under the control of Administrative Department:1. Director Quality Control and Chief Vigilance Officer of the rank of Superintending Engineer, assisted by two Executive Engineers and few Sub-Divisional Engineers for ensuring quality control over execution of works in the field properly according to the PWD/MORT&H Specifications. In addition, the designated officer is charged with the responsibility of looking into the complaints with regard to any shortcomings or imperfections in the execution of work. 2. Joint Secretary of the rank of Superintending Engineer is entrusted with the duty of arranging funds and monitoring the progress of works in general and PMGSY in particular. Engineers/Assistant Engineers look after the works of Design/Planning/Quality Control/Planning and Procurement Cell etc. in the Head

DUTIES 1. Secretary to Govt. of Punjab He is Secretary of the administrative department to ensure proper, adequate and efficient administration owing allegiance to the H.E. Governor departmental set up in hierarchy. In order to perform his duties he is assisted by following set up:-

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Chief Engineer ­ He is to discharge his duties as professional Head of B&R department and to render professional advice to the Govt. in relating to all matters on which his advice is desired. He is to monitor the Budget Estimates, allotment and expenditure on works in progress and to suggest any appropriation of funds depending upon requirement intimated to him by the Superintending Engineers working under him. The Chief Engineer is at liberty to correspond with all heads of departments on all matters in regard to details of buildings or other works concerning them.

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Superintending Engineer ­ He is responsible to the Chief Engineer for administration and general professional control of Public Works, incharge of officers of the department within his circle. He is to inspect the state of various works in his circle and to satisfy himself that system of management prevailing is efficient and economical and that there is no accumulation of stock in any of the Divisions under his control beyond its requirements. He will inspect each Division in his circle at least once in a year to examine initial account and various other registers, mode of preparation of estimates, contract agreements, contractor account and system of recording plans and paper and office work in general. Further it is incumbent on the Superintending Engineer to apprise the Chief Engineer of any serious and glaring irregularities or other matter of importance noticed during inspection or on which his orders are required. Besides, he is to keep a rapport with the Executive Engineers with regard to control over accounts and audit inspection reports. The S.E. is responsible for the Engineering character of every work which he approves and submit any report, design, estimate or other documents to the Chief Engineer, in particular to the suitability of design and reasonableness of the rates and proper checking of the estimates compared to the drawings. Besides a Superintending Engineer is required to proceed to the site in his circle to report any important design or work or any serious accident or threatened danger to the works.

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Executive Engineer ­ The Executive Engineer is immediately responsible for proper maintenance of all works in his charge and for the preparation of projects, designs and estimates, whether for new works or repairs. It is also

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a part of his duty to organise and supervis the execution of works and to see that those works are suitably and economically carried out with material of good quality. Immediately on completion of the work the Executive Engineer is required to close accounts and to prepare completion reports. The Executive Engineer is a primary Drawing and Disbursing Officer. He is placed in account with the Treasury by the Accountant General of the State. He is required to draw money from the Treasury by presenting cheques and pay bills to meet with his just requirements and not to keep in his chest any money in excess of his immediate requirements. He is required to render account of all the transactions of the month to the Accountant General. In order to enable him to discharge his responsibilities he is provided with a Divisional Accounts Officer owing his three fold duties, as compiler of the accounts, as primary auditor to exercise certain checks over sanctions and to act as financial assistant to the Executive Engineer. The Executive Engineer is required to apprise the Superintending Engineer in the event of probability of excess over the estimates and to seek for order of Superintending Engineer on important matters. The Executive Engineer is further expected to inspect each of the Sub-Divisions annually and to suggest measures for improvement in accounts. He is to suggest measures for protection of buildings and works and to prevent encroachments on Government lands in his charge. The Executive Engineer in addition to his other duties is also Ex-officio Professional Advisor of all departments of the administration within the limits of his charge. (iv) Sub-Divisional Engineer ­ He is responsible to the Executive Engineer for management and execution of works within his Sub-Division and is Executive Engineer's assistant, charged with getting the work executed in accordance with sanctioned estimates, specifications and drawings. In case of original works, the SDE is to check in variably himself all the Nishans and to see that those are correctly given. He is to check the foundation of all the important Bridges and Buildings and under ground works. He is required to ensure that the measurements of the works done or recorded in the measurement books promptly and to remain in constant and close touch with day to day work of

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the Junior Engineers. His detailed duties are codified in Para 5.5 of the B&R Manual of Orders. (v) Junior Engineer ­ In the B&R department, it is the smallest working unit known as "Section" incharge of a Junior Engineer whose principle functions and duties are to prepare petty requisitions and plans and estimates for Special Repairs and additions and alterations, to supervise actual execution of Buildings and Roads works and repairs in his section, to take measurements of the works and to assist the Sub-Divisional Engineer in measurements or check measurements. He is also required to keep a vigilant control over expenditure and report progress of works to the Sub-Divisional Engineer. His detailed duties are codified in Para 5.6 of B&R Manual of Orders.

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The duties of the other Ministerial Staff are codified in Chapter-5 of the B&R Manual of Orders.

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The powers and duties of officers and employees of the PWD The duties of the various officers & employees of PWD (B&R) Department are as under:Chief Engineer. The duties of the Chief Engineer are given in the paragraphs 1.43 to 1.48 of PWD Code and are as under:1.43 The Chief Engineer is the administrative and professional head of the Branch of the Department in his charge, and is responsible for the efficient working of his branch. He is also the responsible professional adviser of Government in all matters relating to his charge or on which his advice may be desired. He is required to bring clearly, and faithfully before Government all subjects reserved for its decision or for that of the Central Government. 1.44 It is duty of the Chief Engineer to arrange removals, transfers and postings of Superintending Engineers and Divisional Officers and transfers of other gazetted officers from one Circle (or Division in the case of the Electricity Branch) to another. In the Electricity Branch it is also the duty of the Chief Engineer to arrange removals, transfers and postings of other establishment within the Branch except the Divisional Accountants. The Chief Engineer, Electricity Branch, is also authorized to make interdivisional transfers of posts of clerks, Line Superintendents, Overseeers within the Branch in emergent cases and as a temporary measure, provided that ­ (a) temporary posts created for a brief period for a special purpose are not transferred; (b) in the event of the abolition of a Division or a Sub-Division the effect on the strength of the other non-gazetted establishment in the Branch shall be reported to government with such observations as the Chief Engineer may consider necessary; and (c) when a post has been specifically refused in any particular unit a corresponding post is not created in that unit by transfer from elsewhere.

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The Chief Engineer Electricity Branch, is also responsible to fix headquarters of subordinates not in Sub-Divisional charge and of the Traveling Audit parties employed to audit locally the revenue accounts of the various SubDivisions in the Branch. 1.45 The Chief Engineer will exercise a concurrent control with the Audit Officer over the duties of the officers of the department in connection with the maintenance of the accounts and will give all legitimate support to the Audit Officer in enforcing strict attention to the regulations concerning the disbursement of money, the custody of stores and the submission of accounts. He has no authority over the audit officer in regard to audit matters, but has a claim on him for assistance and advice in matters relating to accounts and finance. At the same time the Chief Engineer should arrange that the Audit Officer is kept fully cognizant of all proceedings and proposals to enable the latter to fulfill his functions. 1.46 The Chief Engineer will prepare annually the portion of the budget estimates relating to the works under his control and as soon as possible after the close of each year, a report of the progress made during that period on the public works under his charge, giving a brief but clear account of the operations of the department. 1.47 It is the duty of the Chief Engineer to see that the budget allotments of the year are fully expended in so far as is consistent with general economy and the prevention of large expenditure in the last months of the year for the sole purpose of avoiding lapses. He will ensure that any money which is not likely to be needed during the year is promptly surrendered so as to allow of its appropriation, for other purposes by the proper authority. 1.48 A Chief Engineer may correspond direct with the heads of departments on all matters relating to details of buildings or works appertaining to those departments. A statement of the financial and miscellaneous powers of the Chief Engineer is given in paragraphs 5.30 and 5.31.

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Superintending Engineer. The duties of the Superintending Engineer are given in the paragraphs 1.49 to 1.57 of PWD Code and are as under:1.49 The administrative unit of the department in the Circle, in charge of a Superintending Engineer who is responsible to the Chief Engineer for the administration and general professional control of public works in charge of officers of the department within his Circle. 1.50 It is the duty of the Superintending Engineer to inspect the state of the various works within his Circle, and to satisfy himself that the system of management prevailing is efficient and economical that the different articles in stock are duly verified according to the rules laid down, and that there is no accumulation of stock in any division beyond its requirements. He is also responsible that no delay is allowed to occur in the submission of Completion Reports (or completion statements) where necessary. (see paragraph 2.122). 1.51 The Superintending Engineer is required to ascertain and report on the efficiency of the subordinate office and petty establishments, and to see that the staff employed in each Division is actually necessary and adequate for its management. He will also examine the condition of surveying and mathematical instruments at the headquarters of Divisions. He will inspect each Divisional Office in his Circle at least once a year to examine initial accounts, accounts of stock, tools and plant and stock manufacture, registers of work and other divisional books, mode of preparation of estimates, contract agreements, contractors accounts, system of recording plans and papers, and office work generally. In the Buildings and Roads Branch, the Superintending Engineer should submit invariably a report to the Chief Engineer intimating whether the inspection discloses any serious irregularities or other matters of importance, which the Superintending Engineer considers should be brought to the notice of the Chief Engineer, or on which orders are required.

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In the Electricity Branch, inspection of the Divisional Offices is made annually by the Chief Engineer who also deals with his Inspection Reports finally. 1.52. Although the Audit Officer is required to make inspections of the account offices of disbursing officers, this does not relieve the Superintending Engineer from responsibility for the maintenance of the authorized system of accounts throughout his Circle. The Audit Officer and the Superintending Engineer should assist each other in rendering the management of the accounts of the department as perfect as possible. The Superintending Engineer should also examine the books of Divisional Officers and their subordinates, and see that matters relating to the primary accounts are attended to personally by the Divisional and Sub Divisional Officers and that the accounts fairly represent the progress of each work. It will also be his duty to examine the registers of works, so as to keep a vigilant watch over the rates of work and when he considers it neecssa4ry, he may require a Divisional Officer to report to him monthly or at longer intervals on a Works Slip, P.W.A. Form No. 39, the total expenditure to date under each sub-head of a work compared with the sanctioned estimate. It will thus be seen that it rests with the Superintending Engineer to investigate excesses over subheads with a view to deciding whether or not a revised estimate will be required for the work. When a revised estimate is required it will also devolve on the Superintending Engineer to see that it is submitted in due time to the sanctioning authority. (See paragraphs 1.70 and 2.117) 1.53. (1) Superintending Engineers are empowerd to transfer and post all members of establishment within their Circles except Divisional Officers and Accountants. They may arrange among themselves for transfers of nongazetted establishment not borne on Circle cadres their respective Circle between and when the arrangements are complete, they will recommend to the Chief Engineers the proposed transfer of such establishment from their Circles, as also those of gazetted officers.

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(2) They may fix the headquarters of Overseers and Subordinates not in SubDivisional charge. (3) They should see that the Circle and Divisional scales of office and petty establishments are not exceeded without proper authority. 1.54 (1) Superintending Engineers are responsible for the engineering character of every work which they approve and, in submitting any report, design, estimate, or other document to the Chief Engineer will invariably state their own opinion and recommendations on the subject, in particular as to the suitability of the designs and the reasonableness of the rates. They should also have estimates checked and compared with the drawings. (2) Superintending Engineers may be required to exercise, in addition to their ordinary duties, supervision over Local Fund expenditure in communication with the Civil Officers. 1.55 Besides regular tours of inspection, it is the duty of Superintending Engineers to proceed o any place in their Circles to report on any important design or work, or any serious accident or threatened danger connected with the works within their charge. 1.56 The supervision and control of the assessment of revenue from irrigation and navigation works within his Circle will rest with the Superintending Engineer. 1.57 A Superintending Engineer is authorized to correspond direct with any of the local authorities, civil or military within his Circle. He will address General Officers Commanding Divisions or Brigades through their Staff Officers and all other officers direct. Divisional Officer / Executive Engineer. The duties of the Divisional Officer / Executive Engineer are given in the paragraphs 1.59 to 1.77 of PWD Code and are as under:1.58 The Executive unit of the Department is the Division, in charge of a Divisional Officers who is usually an Executive Engineer, an is responsible to the

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Superintending Engineer for the execution and management of all works within his Division. 1.59 A Divisional Officer can receive positive orders only from his own departmental superiors the head of the Administration, or other Civil Officers duly authorized. 1.60 Divisional Officers are responsible that proper measures are taken to preserve all the buildings and works in their Divisions, and to prevent encroachment on Government lands in their charge. They should keep accurate plans of all Government lands, take care that their subordinates make themselves acquainted with the boundaries and see that they are maintained. 1.61 Every Divisional Officer is required to report immediately by telegram direct to the Chief Engineer and also to the Superintending Engineer any serious accident or unusual occurrence resulting in a serious injury to, or death of, any person or damage to any work or crop connected with his Division. The telegram should be confirmed by letter stating the action taken by the Divisional Officer (See also paragraphs 2.101) 1.62 Divisional Officers may transfer establishment other than Sub Divisional Officers, Deputy Collectors and Accountants. Within their respective Divisions without reference to higher authority. Such transfers will be reported in the ordinary course to the Superintending Engineer. 1.63 Divisional Officers are immediately responsible for the proper maintenance of all work in their charge and for the preparation of projects and of designs and estimates, whether for new works or repairs. It is also part of their duties to organize and supervise the execution of works and to see that they are suitably and economically carried out with materials of good quality. 1.64 Divisional Officers are strictly prohibited from commencing the construction of any work or expending public funds without the sanction of competent

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authority; also from making of permitting any material deviations from any sanctioned design in the course of execution without specific authority, or in case of emergency, when the change should be forthwith reported to the Superintending Engineer. 1.65 Immediately a work is finished, it is the duty of the Divisional Officer to close the accounts and to prepare the completion report if required by the rules in paragraphs 2.122. 1.66 Divisional Officers will take the necessary steps for obtaining cash for the works under their control, and will keep their accounts and submit them punctually to the audit office under the rules for the time being in force. In their arrangements for account keeping they will exercise a thorough and efficient control and check over their Divisional Accountants. They will also, before submitting the monthly accounts, carefully examine the books, returns and papers from which the same are compiled. 1.67 The Divisional Officer is responsible for the correctness, in all respects, of the original records of cash and stores, receipts and expenditure and for seeing that complete vouchers are obtained. The Divisional Accountant is responsible to the Divisional Officer for the correct compilation of the accounts of the Division from the data supplied to him. The Divisional Officer is responsible that his accounts are regularly posted from day to day and that the Accountant carries out his duties regularly and punctually. The relative position of a Divisional Accountant to the Divisional Officer in respect of accounts is analogous to that of a Sub Divisional Officer to a Divisional Officer in respect of works, and the responsibilities of the latter for the work of the Divisional Accountant are similar to those which attach to him in respect of the execution of works in the charge of other subordinates.

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1.69. 1.70.

Relates to PWD (Irrigation) Branch. The Divisional Officer is held primarily responsible for affording information of the probability of excess over the estimated cost of work, and is expected not to allow any delay to occur in reporting any such probability to the Superintending Engineer. Immediately it becomes apparent that, whether from excess of certain rates or from departure from a design or any other cause, the estimated cost of a work is likely to be exceeded, the Divisional Officer is bound to report the fact forthwith to the Superintending Engineer, describing the nature and cause of the probable excess and asking for orders. This report should be made on the works Slip P.W.A. Form No. 39. The Divisional Officers must also submit the Works Slip, with such explanation as will enable the Superintending Engineer to pas orders on the case, on the occurrence, or the probability of the occurrence, of any irregularity in the rate or cost of a sub-head. All important liabilities not brought to account should also be noted on the Works Slips. It will not be necessary for the Divisional Officer to submit the Works Slip in cases in which he can finally pass excesses over estimates under Serial No. 27 of paragraph 20.15 B.F.P..

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The Divisional Officer is responsible that the surveying and mathematical instruments in his Division are properly cared for, and will report on their condition to the Superintending Engineer at the end of each working season. Any injury to the instruments due to neglect or carelessness should be made good at the expense of the officer or subordinates responsible for the damage.

1.72

It will be the duty of the Divisional Officer to furnish Treasury and SubTreasury Officers, after due inspection, with the certificate prescribed in Article 9 of the Resource Manual as to the security of strong rooms used or proposed to be used for the storage of coin.

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1.73

The Divisional Officer will be required to inspect at least once a year and to report on and suggest measures for the protection of any public monument or building of architectural or historical interest, whether public or private property other than those protected by the Central Government, which appears likely to fall into decay, and he will be held responsible for any neglect or destruction which he has failed to report. In the case of private property it will be for the Provincial Government to decide what steps, if any, are to be taken to obviate further neglect or destruction.

1.74

The Divisional Officer, in addition to his other duties, will consider himself to be the ex-officio Professional advisor of all departments of the Administration within the limits of his charge. He will transact business of this sort with the chief military of civil authorities within his Division, but it is incumbent on him to see that no undue formalities or comparatively unessential projects are allowed to interfere with the performance of those duties which are necessary or urgent.

1.75

Divisional Officers may, where the services of any officer of the Military Engineer Services are not available, be called upon by General Officers Commanding Divisions or Brigades to be members of committees appointed to select sites and determine general boundaries of cantonments.

1.76

At stations where there are no Ordnance or Military Works workshops, repairs to ambulance wagons and tongas will be carried out by the Public Works Department.

1.77

Divisional Officers will address Commanding Divisions, Brigades of Stations through their Staff Officers.

Sub Divisional Officer The duties of the Sub Divisional Officer are given in the paragraphs 1.78 to 1.79 of PWD Code and are as under:-

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1.78

The Division is divided into Sub Division in charge of Sub Divisional Officers who may be Executive Engineers, Assistant Executive Engineers, Assistant Engineers or where no such officers are available, Engineer Subordinates or Zilladars; they are responsible to the Divisional Officer for the management and execution of works within their Sub Divisions and are his assistants. No Sub-Division can be constituted in the first instance without the sanction of Government.

1.79

In future Executive Sub Division of the kind referred to in the latter part of the first works Account Code should not be instituted except under the orders of the Superintending Engineer who should in each case record the reasons for his action in writing, forwarding a copy to the Chief Engineer, for information.

Sectional Officer The smallest working unit in the B&R Branch is known as `Section' in the charge of a Sectional Officer whose principal functions are as under:· · · · To prepare petty requisitions and plans and estimates for special repairs and additions and alterations. To give Nishans for works to be done in his section. To carry out survey and leveling work when required to do so. To supervise the actual execution of building and road works and repairs in his section done through the contractors or by daily labour and to see that they are executed in accordance with the plans and specifications approved by the competent authority for the said work with sound materials. He shall maintain the Register of progress and instructions on all major works and present them to all inspecting officers on their visits for recording their orders, if any. · · To make arrangements for adequate strength of labour at economical rates within the sanctioned rates when a work is required to be done departmentally. To maintain accounts of all the stock and T&P in his charge, their receipts and issues and to maintain register of materials at site.

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To take measurements of works and to assist the Sub-Divisional Officer or Executive Engineer in measurements or check-measurement of works. To record, in time, the measurements of small works below foundations. In case of large works, to get the work measured up, in time, from the Sub-Divisional Officer, before such works get covered over.

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To prepare running bills of all works and final bills of such works as cost less than one lakh of rupees and to submit them to the S.D.O. To put up measurement books regularly to his Sub-Divisional Officer for order of payment at least twice a month. To supervise labour employed on daily wages and to submit labour reports daily to the S.D.O. and to supervise the regular gangs and to check their attendance on his visits to roads under his charge.

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To prepare, maintain and submit in time all rolls of work-charged establishment and to make payments to work-charged establishment and permanent gangs on behalf of and under the instructions of the Sub-Divisional Officer when required to do so.

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To keep a vigilant control over expenditure and report progress of work to his S.D.O. either daily or periodically as may be ordered. To report to the S.D.O. immediately occurrence of any serious accidents etc. in his section and to ensure that no damage takes place to the Government property in his charge.

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To check the Visitors register of all rest houses in his charge at least once a month and to receive collections of rents etc. from Chowkidars of rest-houses for depositing them in the Sub Divisional Office.

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To keep Government land property free from encroachments and to promptly bring to the notice of his Sub Divisional Officer in writing when any encroachment temporary or permanent is threatened or actually takes place.

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To check (count, weigh or measure, as the case may be) each half year, all the stores in his charge and to prepare half yearly distribution list for stock and yearly for T&P showing the closing balances and to certify distinctly that he has checked the stores, recording the result of such a check.

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To check, measure all the roadside materials at least once in six months and record his check in the measurement books. To submit survey report for all unserviceable stock and T&P. When holding an imprest, the S.O. is responsible for the exercise of proper care in the custody of cash and in case of loss the onus of proof that proper care was exercised will be on him.

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To carry out annual inspections of buildings and report the result to S.D.O. for entry in the Register of Buildings as laid down in paragraphs 9.4 of this Manual. He shall in addition, be answerable for the general condition of all buildings and roads under his charge and for bringing to notice structural weaknesses, if any. The Sectional Officers, instead of keeping a separate Diary showing their visits to various works in their charge, should show all their journeys within or beyond five miles areas of their headquarters in their monthly T.A. Bills.

Note: The duties of the other Ministerial Staff are codified in Chapter-5 of the PWD (B&R) Manual of Orders.

FINANCIAL AND ADMINISTRATIVE POWERS 10.2 Sr. No .

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To sanction purchases, manufacture; etc of stores and increases and decreases in the reserve stock limit ( see Rule 6.2) Nature of Power

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To sanction purely temporary increases of the reserve stock limits of a Division, such increase to be absorbed within six months from the date of the increase Ditto

(i) Chief Engineers (ii) Superintending Engineers Executive Engineers, Irrigation and Buildings and Roads Branches Chief Engineers, Department of Public Works

Full Powers Up to 25 per cent increase over the sanctioned permanent limit of any Division Up to 10 per cent increase over the sanctions permanent limit of any Division. Full powers provided that copies of orders sanctioning revised limit are endorsed to

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To sanction decrees in permanent or temporary limits of reserve stock of a Division once sanctioned by

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Sr. No .

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To whom delegated

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Department of Finance.

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To purchase tents

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To purchase office furniture

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To sanction the purchase of live stock and the purchase, manufacture and repair of articles included under the minor head" Tools and Plant", except the purchase of motor vehicles. To sanction the purchase of tools and plants included special tools and plant ( excluding live stock, tents, office furniture and motor vehicles chargeable to the revenue account

Superintending Engineer, Irrigation and Building and Roads Branches (i) Chief Engineers (ii) Superintending Engineers. (iii) Executive Engineers Chief Engineers

the Department of Finance and they are not raised again except as allowed by serial NO. 1 above. Up to Rs. 4,000 for each purchase Up to Rs. 10,000 Up to Rs. 2,000 Up to a limit of Rs. 500 Up to Rs. 30000 in any one case. The above limit does not apply in the case of sanction to an estimate to cover book transfer from one unit of a sanctioned projects to another. Up to Rs. 2,00,000 subject to these above e conditions. Up to a limit of Rs. 10000 in each case. Applies to major head *333- Irrigation, etc & *332- Multipurpose river projects Up to a limit of Rs. 2500 for each estimate.

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Chief Engineer, Irrigation branch Superintending Engineers Irrigation branch Superintending Engineer Irrigation branch Executive Engineer Irrigation BranchSelected officers Non selected officers Executive Engineers Building and Roads Branch.

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To sanction the purchase of livestock. To purchase or manufacture materials to be used on works.

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To purchase or manufacture materials to be used on works.

Rs. 5000 Rs. 2000 Subject to the condition laid down against Sr. No. 11 of rule 10.5. Full powers within the limits sanctioned for reserve stock subjects to the approval or sanction of the estimate being obtained where

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Nature of Power

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To whom delegated

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Extent

4

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To sanction the purchase or manufacture for repairs or of special tools and plant ( excluding livestock and office furniture) chargeable to" works" under :(a) Extension and improvements (b) Maintenance & repairs

Executive Engineer Irrigation branch

required by the provisions of paragraphs 4.27 and 4.28 of the Punjab Public Works Department code. Applies to major heads " *333- Irrigation etc and *332-multipurses river projects Up to Rs. 2500

Selected officers Non selected officers Up to Rs. 1500

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To sanction the purchase or manufacture of tools and plant including special Tools and plants including special Tools and plants (excluding livestock, tents and office furniture)

Executive Engineers, Irrigation, Building and roads branchesSelected officers Non selected officers Up to Rs. 2500 Up to Rs. 1500 In the case of irrigation branch, these powers apply when the estimate is chargeable to the revenue account, or to the general or subsidiary estimate of a sanctioned projects of which the project estimate has not been closed.

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To sanction repair and carriage of Tools and Plant.

Executive Engineers Selected Officers Non selected officers Executive Engineers Rs. 2500 Rs. 1500 Full powers, when the details the instruments to be purchases are specified in an estimate sanctioned by

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To purchase mathematical instruments, except leveling staves against sanctioned estimates.

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Sr. No .

1

Nature of Power

2

To whom delegated

3

Extent

4

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To purchase new leveling staves against sanctioned estimates from the Superintendent, Government Central Workshop Amritsar and falling that from the Mathematical Instrument office Calcutta

Executive Engineers

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To obtain rains gauges and measures glasses

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To order from a Government workshop materials stores or manufactured articles for which due provisions has been made in a sanctioned estimate. To sanction the carriage and handling charges of stock materials chargeable to stock

Superintending Engineers Irrigation branch and Executive Engineers Irrigation Branch Executive Engineers

higher authority, otherwise to the extent of Rs. 2500 in the case of selected officers and Rs. 1000 in the case of non selected officers Full powers where the details of the instruments to be purchased are specified in an estimate sanctioned by higher authority , otherwise to the extent of Rs. 1500 in the case of selected officers and Rs,500 in the case of non selected officers. Can obtain direct from the Mathematical Instrument office Calcutta.

Executive Engineers

Selected Officers ­ Full powers subject to the limits of a sanctioned estimate or budget allotment, which ever is less. Full powers,( Non-selected officers up to Rs. 2,500 subject to the limits of sanctioned estimated, or budget allotment, which ever is less.

10.3

To sanction estimates for the purchase or manufacture of materials to be used on works. (See notes below rules 6.64). To whom delegated 3 (i) Superintending Engineers, Irrigation branch (ii) Superintending Engineers, Building Extent 4 Up to Rs. One lac and subject to the limits sanctioned for reserve stock Full powers within the limits sanctioned for reserve stock

Sr. Nature of Power No. 1 2 1 To sanction estimates for the purchase or manufacture of material to be used on works

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Sr. Nature of Power No. 1 2 2 To sanction estimates for repairs and carriage of Tools and Plant including special Tools and Plant To sanction estimates for the purchase and manufacture of Tools and Plant.

3

To whom delegated 3 and Roads Branch Superintending Engineers, Irrigation and Building and Roads Branches. Superintending Engineers, Irrigation and Buildings and Roads Branches.

Extent 4 Full powers within the budget provision for their respective circles. Up to Rs. 15,000 in each case in the case of Irrigation Branch, the above powers is subject to the proviso that the construction estimate of the subsidiary or general project, to which the work belongs, has not been closed and subject to such restrictions as the Chief Engineers may impose, In the case of Irrigation Branch this powers applies to the major head *"533-Capital Outlay on Irrigation, Navigation, Drainage and flood control Projects" only. Full powers within the Budget provision for their respective circles.

4

To sanction manufactures estimate for running and maintenance of Trucks, Jeeps, Concrete Mixers Graders and other machinery in use in PWD Divisions

Superintending Engineers, Irrigation and Buildings and Roads Branches.

10.4

To accord administrative approval to works (See Rule 7.3)

Note : The money limits specified in the delegations below relate to the entire estimated cost of a work including both original works and repairs, if any, and not merely to the cost of the portion relating only to original works. Sr. Nature of Power To whom Extent No. delegated 1 2 3 4 2 To convey All Heads of Full powers provided that:Administrative approval the to all minor works on Department (i) Plan provision for the the plan side. scheme taken against the target of the scheme is not exceeded; and (ii) The expenditure to be incurred during the

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Sr. No. 1

Nature of Power 2

To whom delegated 3

Extent 4 particular financial year does not exceed the provision made for that particular year in the budget. Up to Rs. 50,000 both for buildings and communications works which do not pertain to any particular department falling under the Minor Head Construction of Direct and Other Roads, State Highways Roads of Inter-State importance Major Head "259-Public Works /337, Road & Bridges". For works of the same nature as in serial no. 3 and up to Rs. 20,000 provided that the amount for the original work does not exceed 10,000. up to Rs. 50,000 of the total cost of the building provided that the rental value of the building calculated according to F.R. 45-A of the rules in Chapter V of the Punjab Civil Service Rules, Vol-I Part-I as the case may be, shall not exceed 15 percentage of the emoluments of the class of Government employees for whom it is intended. Up to Rs.*8000 and as in serial no.6 above.

3

To convey administrative approval to proposals for works other than Residential Buildings

Chief Engineer, Buildings and Roads Branch

4

6

7

To Convey administrative approval to proposals for works other than Residential Buildings To convey administrative approval to estimate of capital expenditure on the constructions or purchase of residential for Government Employee to meet the requirement of their respective department. To convey administrative approval to estimates of expenditure on works in connection with existing Residential Buildings to meet the requirements of all the departments To convey administrative approval to estimates of capital expenditure on the construction or purchase of residences fro

Superintending Engineers, Building and Roads Branch Heads of Department named in serial no.1 and Chief Engineer, Irrigation, B&R Branches Chief Engineer

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Superintending Engineers

Up to Rs. 20,000 for the total cost of the building and as in serial No. 6 above.

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Nature of Power 2 Government employees to meet the requirements of the Public Works Department. To accord administrative approval to estimates of expenditure on works in connection with existing Residential Buildings.

To whom delegated 3

Extent 4

11

Superintending Engineers

Up to a limit of Rs 400 in each case. Irrespective of the Capital cost of the building which includes the cost of sanitary, water-supply and electrical installations and as in serial no.7 above. Also that no addition is made which is not covered by the sanctioned type design or is of a nature not usually provide.

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To accord administrative approval to estimates chargeable to "Extension and improvements". 1) for new patty works Superintending Engineers, Irrigation Branch Ditto Up to a limit of Rs. 10,000

2. for new works which are neither remunerative in themselves nor necessary for the full developments of the project 3) for renewals replacements of existing works

Up to limit of Rs. 20,000

Ditto

Ditto

10.5 1

To Accord technical sanction, to sanction estimates for and expenditure on works, or to divert provision under works, etc. (See Rules 7.3) To accord technical sanction to detailed estimate of original works and special repairs Chief Engineer Up to *10 per cent I excess of the amount administratively approved by the competent authority subject to the condition that overall expenditure under respective head over and above the budget grant of that head

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does not exceed. 2 To sanction estimates charges able to Extension and Improvement For new works which are neither remunerative in themselves nor necessary for the full development of the project ii) For renewals and replacement of existing works To accord Technical Sanciton to estimates for Maintenance and Repairs To sancion new works or additional chargeable to Extensions and improvements i) Superintending Engineers, Irrigation Branch Upto a limit of Rs *30,000 Mechanically Applies to major heads 333 and 332.

3

Superintending Engineers, Irrigation and Buildings and Roads Braches Executive Engineers, Irrigation Branch Selected Officers Non Selected Officers Executive Engineers, Irrigation Branch Selected Officers Non -Selected Officers Executive Engineers, Building and

Upto Rs 4 Lakhs, in each case and within the limits assigned for his circle in the Budget under each head of service Applies I the case of Irrigation Branch to major head 333 and 332

4

Upto Rs, 2,500 Upto Rs, 1,500 Applies to major heads 333 and 332

5

To sanction technically estimates for works chargeable to maintenance and repairs otherthan annual repairs estimates

Upto Rs, 10,000 Upto Rs 2,500 .Applies to major heads 333 and 332. All items under" compensation will require the Superintending Engineers sanction

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To accord technical sanction to detailed estimates for original

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works and special repairs

Roads Branch Selected Officers Non ­Selected Officers Upto Rs 10,000 Upto Rs 5,000 Excluding departmental charges for Establishment and Tools and Plant.

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To accord technical sanction to detailed estimates for original works and special repairs for the construction of Border roads

Executive Engineers, Building and Roads Branch Selected Officers Non ­Selected Officers Superintending Engineers, Building and Roads Branch Superintending Engineers, Building and Roads Branch Superintending Engineers, Irrigation Branch Upto Rs 50,000 Upto Rs 20,000

8

To accord technical sanction to detailed estimates for original works To accord technical sanction to detailed estimates for original works for the construction of Border roads To Sanction detailed estimate chargeable to the general or subsidiary estimate of a project ­ Major Productive works

. Upto Rs. 1 Lacs for each works

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Upto Rs. 2 Lacs for each works excluding departmental charges for Establishment and Tools and Plant

10

Upto Rs, 40,000 unconditionally and 1 lac,when the class, type,design ,position and main details have been approved provided1) That the construction estimate of the subsidiary or general project to which the work belongs has not been closed; 2) That the cost does not exceed the provision in the Budget Estimate for the sub-head to which the particular work belongs;and 3) That, in the case of watercourse construction, the cost is recoverable from the settlers

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11

To Sanction detailed estimate chargeable to the general or subsidiary estimate of a sanctioned project

Executive Engineers , irrigation Branch Rs. 5,000 Selected Officers Non ­Selected Officers Rs 2,000 [Subject to the condition that ­ (i) when the detailed estimate is a working estimate for a work or a part of a work included in a general project estimate ,or in any subsidiary estimate, subsequently sanctioned by a competent authority the sanction is subject to the condition that the provision for it in the general or subsidiary estimate is not exceeded that the class,type design, position and main details have been approved administratively, (ii) the construction estimate of the general of subsidiary project had not been closed and (iii) Such other restriction as the Chief Engineer may impose.

12

To Sanction estimate technically within limits of budget allotment for maintenance of works during construction chargeable to project estimate

Executive Engineers , irrigation Branch Rs. 5,000 Selected Officers Non ­Selected Officers Superintending Engineers , Irrigation Branch Rs 2,000 (Subject to such restrictions as the Chief Engineer may impose) Upto Rs, 5, 000 in each case

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To sanction works for other department in case of urgency when there is no local

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authority of the department concerned

Upto Rs, 10, 000 in each case Chief Engineers , Irrigation Branch Chief Engineers , Irrigation Buildings and Roads/Public Health Branches Upto Rs *60,000 subject to condition that funds have been provided to that particular year and under this head.

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15

16

17

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To sanction expediture on surveys and other preliminary works connected with the prepration of scheme chargeable to the minor head " Works "and "other charges" falling under the major head 332 To sanction expediture on surveys and other preliminary works connected with the prepration of scheme chargeable to the minor head " Works "and "other charges" falling under the major head 332 To sanction expediture on surveys and other preliminary works connected with the prepration of scheme chargeable to the minor head " Works "and "other charges" falling under the major head 332 To sanction estimate for observing river discharges chargeable to the head 333 To divert provision for contingencies of sanctioned estimate to new works or repairs not provided in the estimte

Superintending Engineers , Irrigation Building and road Branch.

Upto Rs *10,000 subject to condition that funds have been provided to that particular year and under this head.

Executive Engineers, Irrigation Building and road Branch.

Upto Rs *1,000 subject to condition that funds have been provided to that particular year and under this head.

Superintending Engineer .Irrigation Branch Superintending Engineer, Executive Engineers , Selected Officers

Upto Rs, 20,000 provided that the pay of establishment provided in the estimate does not exceed the prescribed rates Full Power

Upto Rs. 5,000

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20

To Sanction subsidiary work for large projects other than productive Public Works To accord Technical sanction to estimates for maintenance and repairs To Sanction expenditure debit able to the contingent provision of an estimate for the supply of liveries , summer clothing , belts ,cross belts , badges and warm clothing to work charge establishment To sanction estimates for the construction of new drains, etc. chargeable to the major head 332 Ditto

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Non ­Selected Officers Superintending Engineer .Irrigation Branch Chief Engineer Buildings and roads Irrigation Branch Executive Engineer Irrigation Branch.

Upto Rs. 2,000 (Subject to such restrictions as the Chief Engineer may impose) Upto a limit of Rs, 10,000 in each case subject to condition that funds are available during that particular year Full Powers.

As per rules in Appendix 16 to the Punjab Financial Rules.

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Chief Engineer, PWD Irrigation Branch Superintending Engineers, PWD Irrigation Branch

Up to * Rs. Two lakhs in each case provided these works form part of a project, which has been sanctioned by a competent authority. Up to Rs. 25,000 subject to the condition against Serial NO. 22

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10.6 To accept tenders, for contracts and to issue work orders (See note below rule 7.5) Note. (1) The limits prescribed in column 4 are exclusive of the estimated cost or value of (i) land to be acquired (ii) petty establishment (iii) materials to be supplied by Government to a contractor for work Note. (2) The acceptance of tenders is in each case subject to the condition that the amount of the tender added to the cost of land, petty establishment and materials, if any, supplied by Government will not exceed the amount of the sanctioned estimate, plus such excess as the authority accepting the tender is competent to sanction. Sr. No. 1 Nature of Power 2 To whom delegated 3 Extent 4

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1 2

To accept tenders for the execution of work by contract To accept tenders for contract tenders for contracts for sectioned works, or for supply of materials for stock

Chief Engineers Superintending Engineers Irrigation Branch

Full Powers Up to Rs. 3 lacs, subject to the condition that :i) Approval of the Chief Engineers is sought if a tender other than the lowest is accepted ii) In case of supply of material for stock the reserve stock limit fixed for the circle is not exceeded; and iii) No higher rates are paid than those contained in the schedule of rates or in the sanctioned estimate

Irrigation Branch 3 To accept tenders

Executive Engineer selected Officers Non selected Officers

Rs. 40,000 subject to the condition that Rs. 20,000 i) approval of the next higher authority is obtained if a tender other than the lowest is accepted

Building and Roads Branch Superintending Engineers Executive Engineers

Rs. 5 lacs (ii) no higher rates are paid than those contained in the schedule of rates or the estimates sanctioned

Selected Officers Non Selected Officers

1,00,000 40,000 iii) as per i) against serial No.2 above for Superintending Engineers

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4

To issue work orders for works and repairs

Executive Engineer Buildings and Roads Sub Divisional Officers Building and Roads

only. Up to Rs. 20,000

Up to Rs. 10,000 for specified works or such lower lmit as the Divisional Officer may fix.

5

To issue work orders for works and repairs

Executive Engineers Irrigation Branch Sub Divisional Officers Irrigation Branch

Full powers provided no higher rates are paid than those contained in the schedule of Rates, or in the sanctioned estimates Up to Rs. 5,000 for specified work, or such lower limit as the Divisional Officers may fix.

10.8

To accord sanction to the creation of posts on work-charged establishments. (See rule 7.37)

Note : (I) When the rate prescribed by the higher authority for any particular class of establishment, is a time-scale of pay & superintending Engineers or Executive engineers can make an appointment, on a pay equal to any stage of the time scale, the maximum of which does not exceed Rs. 400 or Rs. 200 per mensem, respectively. The grant of advance increments to the personnel borne on work- charges establishment should be subject to confirmation by the Chief Engineer. Note : (2) The term "advance increments" used in Note 1 above includes the grant of advance increments on the initial appointment of a person against a post borne on work charges establishment as well as during the course of his service. Sr. Nature of Power No. 1 2 1 To create posts of work charges establishment To whom delegated 3 Chief Engineer Extent 4 Up to Rs. 1000 per mensem subjects to the following conditions :(i) Provision exists in the sanctioned estimate to cover the cost of such establishment. (ii) Orders to commence the

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Sr. Nature of Power No. 1 2

To whom delegated 3

Extent 4 work have been received from competent authority; (iii) Necessary funds either already exists, or have been provided by competent authority; (iv) The pay and allowances of such posts shall not exceed the prescribed rates in cases where such rates have been definitely laid down by a higher authority for any particular class of appointment. In other cases, approval to rate of pay should be obtained. (v) A monthly consolidated statement should be submitted to Government showing work charged establishment getting Rs. 500 per mensem or over. Up to Rs. 400 for each person so employed in the execution of work subject to the conditions given against Sr. No. 1 abvoe. Up to Rs. 200 per mensem for each person so employed subject to the conditions against Sr. No. 1 above. Up to Rs. 100 per mensem for each post as created and subject to the conditions ( iii) and (iv) against Serial No. 1 above. Up to Rs. 50 per mensem for each post so created and subject to the conditions 3rd and 4th against Sr. No. 1 above.

2

To create posts of work charged establishment while the work is in progress under the sanctioned estimate. Ditto

Superintending Engineers

3

Executive Engineers Superintending Engineers

4

To create posts of work charges establishment in connection with the handling custody, etc. of stock. Ditto

5

Executive Engineers

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10.9

To sanction excesses over estimates. (See rule 7.86). To whom delegated 3 Superintending Engineers. Extent 4 Up to a limit of 5 per cent of the amount of the original estimate or Rs. 500 which ever is more provided that the total amount of the excess is within the limit of his powers to sanction estimate technically, Within the limit of 5 per cent of the sanctioned estimates provided that amount does not exceed the limit of their powers to sanction estimates technically Full Powers.

Sr. Nature of Power No. 1 2 1 To deal finally with all excesses on the amounts of original estimates sanctioned by himself or by a higher authority

2

To pass finally all excesses over the accounts of original estimates sanctioned by himself or by higher authorities. To sanction excess over estimates for maintenance and repair

Executive Engineer

3

Chief Engineers. PWD Irrigation Branch

10.10 To adjust balance of manufacture operation. (See Article 163 of the Account code, volume ­III) Sr. Nature of Power No. 1 2 1 To adjust balance of manufacture operation, in all cases in which the rates of outturn would not be in creased by more than 10 per cent over the estimate or current stock rates To whom delegated 3 Executive EngineersSelected Officers Non selected officers. Extent 4

Rs. 10,000 Rs. 5,000

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The procedures followed in the decision making process, including channels of supervision and accountability 3.1 Public Works Minister

The Public Works Minister is the member of Council of Minister and over all incharge of the Public Works Department (B&R). He take decision in all matters as per powers vested in him. Being a member of the Cabinet which is collectively responsible to the legislature. Below noted cases are decided at the level of Public Works (B&R) Minister:1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. Cases which are required to be submitted to Governor/Chief Minister/Council of Minister. Formulation and amendment of rules relating to recruitment and conditions of service. Appointment, Promotion, Confirmation, transfer and posting acceptance of resignation, prosecution, extension beyond 55 years of all Class-I and Class-II officers (except CE/CA). Distribution of work amongst Chief Engineers. All disciplinary proceedings for major/minor punishment of Class-I and Class-II Officers (Except CE/CA) and disciplinary cases for minor punishment upto the level of Class-I and Class-II Officers. Probation period extension/reduction of all Class-I and Class-II officers. Disciplinary cases for minor punishment i.e. under rule-10 of the Punishment and Appeal Rules of all Class-I, Class-II officers upto the level of Sub Divisional Engineers. Adhoc appointments and its extension to Class-I officers. Fixation/revision of seniority of all Class-I Officers upto the level of Executive Engineer and Superintending Engineers/Senior Architects. Fixation of cadre Class-I and Class-II Officers. Deputation to other Departments in the State/other States Government of India and autonomous bodies of Class-I and Class-II Officers. Posting and transfers/deputation of Class-II Officers and officers to the level of SDEs and Assistant Architects. Training and its extension within country to Superintending Engineers/Senior Architects and above. Extension in joining time to Class-I Officers. Fixation of seniority upto the level of Sub Divisional Engineers. Requisition/Reference to PPSC for Class-I and II Officers. Cases of land acquisition. Representation against adverse remarks of Class-I officers upto level of Xens and Superintending Engineers/Architects/Senior Architects. Deputation to other departments in the State, other States, Gobvernment of India and autonomous bodies in respect of non-gazetted employees. Assembly/Parliamentary business.

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21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31.

Formulation of Annual/Five Year Plan Schems. Change in common schedule of rates. Acts, Rules, Regulations including amendments. Approval of Annual Administrative Reports. Forwarding of applications for employment/fellowships/training abroad to Class-I and II officers. References of cases to Vigilance Department of all Class-I and Class-II Officers. Sanction of schemes/estimates of Rs.1.00 Crores and above. Budget estimates, S.N.Es (T.N.S.). Approval to the estimates for construction/raising /widening of roads. Approval to the estimates for the construction of bridge. Approval to the estimates for the construction/repair/addition/alteration of buildings.

Note: The Minister-in-charge may call for any case for decision thereon, irrespective of the fact that the authority to dispose it of has been delegated to an officer under him.

3.2 Secretary He is the Chief Executive Officer of the Department. All the cases relating to administrative & financial are routed through him and sent to the Public Works Minister for taking financial decision/approval as per standing orders of the Govt. He is responsible for over all functioning of the Deptt. Below noted cases are decided at the level of Secretary, Public Works Department (B&R):1. Sanction of prosecution for Class-II Officers. 2. Representation against adverse remarks of the officers upto level of SDEs. 3. Budget estimates/SNEs (New Schemes). 4. Screening cases referable to PPSC. 5. Sanction of leave (other than casual leave) to Superintending Engineer/Senior Architect. 6. Sanction of pension and gratuity of Class-I officers. 7. Grant of loans/advances, reimbursement of medical expenses time-barred claims/ex-gratia grants to the dependents of deceased employee-Superintending Engineers/Senior Architect and above. 8. Grant of honorarium/fee to Superintending Engineers/Senior Architect and above. 9. Departmental Examinations. 10. Fixation of cadre of Class-III officials. 11. Approval of tour programmes and T.A. Bills of Chief Engineers/Chief Architect. 12. Cases regarding fixation of pay and counting of service after pension to Class-I officers. 13. Reference of cases of non-gazetted officers for Vigilance Enquiries. 14. Purchase & sale of property/filling of property returns under the Govt. employees conduct rules. 15. Declaration of selected officers/Drawing and Disbursing Officers. 16. Submission of progress reports to PAC : Estimate Committee/Assurance Committee. 17. Arbitration Cases.

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18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 3.2

Purchase of Machinery, equipment, stores etc. not covered by the financial powers of the Purchase Committee. Training and deputation in India of Class-III officials. Miscellaneous cases relating to grant of loan, advances Medical expenses, time barred claims, ex-gratia grant to the dependents of deceased employees (Sub Divisional Engineers and other Class-II Officers/Class-III and Class-IV officials). Appeals and representations to Government by non-gazetted employees in respect of establishment matters. Defence sanction in Court Cases. Sanction of casual leave and earned leave for the staff working in the branch upto 10 days. All cases which are not covered in Annexures would be disposed of by the Principal Secretary/Secretary, Public Works (B&R) Branch.

Additional Secretary Additional Secretary is the part of the Govt. in Public Works Minister and below noted cases are decided at his level as per the powers delegated by Secretary Public Works:1. Sanction of leave other than SE/Senior architect and above. 2. Grant of loans, advance, reimbursement of medical expenses time barred claims/ex-gratia grant to the dependents of deceased employees other than SE/Architect and above. 3. Extension in joining time other than Class I & Class-II officers. 4. Journey beyond jurisdiction all cases. 5. Deputation to other departments in State/other States/Government of India/Autonomous Bodies other than Class-I and II Officers. 6. Appeals and representations to Government by Class-III and IV employees. 7. All Court cases sanction for defence, filing of appeals etc.- all cases. 8. Sanction of casual leave and earned leave for the staff working in the Branch upto 10 days. 9. Disposal of complaints against Class-III, Class-IV employees. 10. Grant of Honorarium/fee to employees other than S.E./Sr.Architect and above. 11. References of cases of non-gazetted officers for vigilance inquiry. Chief Engineer The Chief Engineer is the administrative and professional head of the Branch of the Department in his charge and is responsible for the efficient working of his branch. He is also the responsible professional adviser of Government in all matters relating to his charge or on which his advice may be desired. He is required to bring clearly and faithfully before Government all subjects reserved for its decision or for that of the Central Government. The Chief Engineer will exercise a concurrent control with the Audit Officer over the duties of the officers of the department in connection with the maintenance of the accounts and will give all legitimate support to the Audit Officer in enforcing strict attention to the regulations concerning the disbursement of money, the custody of stores and the submission of accounts. He has no authority over the Audit Officer in regard to audit matters but has a claim on him for assistance and advice in matters relating to accounts and finance. At the same time the Chief Engineer should arrange 3.3.

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that the Audit Officer is kept fully cognizant of all proceedings and proposals to enable the latter to fulfil his functions. The Chief Engineer will prepare annually the portion of the budget estimates relating to the works under his control and as soon as possible after the close of each year, a report of the progress made during that period on the public works under his charge, giving a brief but clear account of the operations of the department. It is the duty of the Chief Engineer to see that the budget allotments of the year are fully expended in so far as is consistent with general economy and the prevention of large expenditure in the last months of the year for the sole purpose of avoiding lapses. He will ensure that any money which is not likely to be needed during the year is promptly surrendered so as to allow of its appropriation, for other purposes by the proper authority. A Chief Engineer may correspond direct with the heads of departments on all matters relating to details of building or works appertaining to those departments. Superintending Engineers The administrative unit of the department in the Circle, in charge of a Superintending Engineer who is responsible to the Chief Engineer for the administration and general professional control of public works in charge of officers of the department within his Circle. It is the duty of the Superintending Engineer to inspect the state of the various works within his Circle, and to satisfy himself that the system of management prevailing is efficient and economical that the different articles in stock are duly verified according to the rules laid down and that there is no accumulation of stock in any division beyond its requirements. He is also responsible that no delay is allowed to occur in the submission of Completion Reports. The Superintending Engineer is required to ascertain and report on the efficiency of the subordinate office and petty establishments and to see that the staff employed in each Division is actually necessary and adequate for its management. He will also examine the condition of surveying and mathematical instruments at the headquarters of Divisions. He will inspect each Divisional Office in his Circle at least once in a year to examine initial accounts, accounts of stock, tools and plant and stock manufacture, registers of work and other divisional books, mode of preparation of estimates, contract agreements, contractor accounts, system of recording plans and papers and office work generally. The Superintending Engineer should submit invariably a report to the Chief Engineer intimating whether the inspection discloses any serious irregularities or other matters of importance, which the Superintending Engineer considers should be brought to the notice of the Chief Engineer or on which orders are required. 3.5 Executive Engineer The Executive unit of the Department is the Division in charge of a Divisional Officers who is usually an Executive Engineer, and is responsible to the Superintending Engineer for the execution and management of all works within his Division. The number of Divisions, permanent or temporary, is fixed by the Punjab Government for each Branch of the Department according to its requirements. Executive Engineer are responsible that proper measures are taken to preserve all the buildings and works in their Divisions, and to prevent encroachment on 3.4

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Government lands in their charge. They should keep accurate plans of all Government lands, take care that their subordinates make themselves acquainted with the boundaries and see that they are maintained. Executive Engineers are immediately responsible for the proper maintenance of all work in their charge and for the preparation of projects and of designs and estimates, whether for new works or repairs. It is also part of their duties to organise and supervise the execution of works and to see that they are suitably and economically carried out with materials of good quality. Executive Engineers are strictly prohibited from commencing the construction of any work or expending public funds without the sanction of competent authority; also from making or permitting any material deviations from any sanctioned design in the course of execution without specific authority, or in case of emergency, when the change should be forthwith reported to the Superintending Engineer. Immediately a work is finished, it is the duty of the Divisional Officer to close the accounts and to prepare the completion report if required by the rules in paragraph 2.122. Executive Engineer will take the necessary steps for obtaining cash for the works under their control, and will keep their accounts and submit them punctually to the audit office under the rules for the time being in force. In their arrangements for account keeping they will exercise a thorough and efficient control and check over their Divisional Accountants. They will also, before submitting the monthly accounts, carefully examine the books, returns and papers from which the same are compiled. The Executive Engineer is responsible for the correctness, in all respects, of the original records of cash and stores, receipts and expenditure and for seeing that complete vouchers are obtained. The Divisional Accountant is responsible to the Divisional Officer for the correct compilation of the accounts of the Division from the data supplied to him. The Divisional Officer is responsible that his accounts are regularly posted from day to day and that the Accountant carries out his duties regularly and punctually. The relative position of a Divisional Accountant to the Divisional Officer in respect of accounts is analogous to that of a Sub-Divisional Engineer to a Executive Engineer in respect of works and the responsibilities of the latter for the work of the Divisional Accountant are similar to those which attach to him in respect of the execution or works in the charge of other subordinates. The Executive Engineer is held primarily responsible for affording information of the probability of excess over the estimated cost of work and is expected not to allow any delay to occur in reporting any such probability to the Superintending Engineer. Immediately itn becomes apparent that, whether from excess of certain rates of from departure from a design or any other cause, the estimated cost of a work is likely to be exceeded, the Executive Engineer is bound to report the fact forthwith to the Superintending Engineer, describing the nature and cause of the probable excess and asking for orders. It will be the duty of the Executive Engineer to furnish Treasury and SubTreasury Officers, after due inspection, with the certificate prescribed in Article 9 of the Resource Manual as to the security of strong rooms used or proposed to be used for the storage of coin.

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Sub-Divisional Engineers The Division is divided into Sub-Division in charge of Sub-Divisional Engineers who be Executive Engineers, Assistant Executive Engineer, Assistant Engineers or where no such officers are available, Engineer Subordinates or Ziladars; they are responsible to the Executive Engineer for the management and execution of works within their SubDivisions and are his assistants. Junior Engineers Junior Engineers are subordinate to Sub-Divisional Engineers. They are responsible to the Sub-Divisional Engineers for the management and execution of works within their sections and are his Assistants. 3.7

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The norms set by it for the discharge of its functions 4.1 The functioning of the Deptt. is guided by the Manual of orders and PWD Code

issued by the Chief Engineer, Punjab, P.W.D. (B&R) Branch and published by the Govt. of Punjab. The contents of these two books pertains to the procedure rules, duties and accountability of the officers/officials of the Department. (a) The other important documents for estimation of project is Common Schedule of Rates & Data Book of MORT&H which are being revised regularly on the basis of market trend prevailing at that time; cost of material and labour. (b) The documents which governs the specifications for execution of building work is PWD Specifications, and for Roads & Bridges MORT&H specifications is issued by the Govt. of India. (c) For the constn. of Roads under Prime Minister Gram Sarak Yojna, National Rural Road Dev. Agency also issued the guidelines for the implementation of the programme in the form of rural road manual and specifications. 4.2 Quality Assurance The Deptt. has quality control Cell which is independently carry out the quality control test on the works under execution throughout the State. Any deficiency noticed is brought to the notice of Chief Engineer and the Govt. The Quality Control Cell headed by the Director who is in the rank of Superintending Engineer. 3 Nos. Executive Engineer 6 Nos. Sub-Divisional Engineers are under the control of the Director. The Deptt. has well equipped laboratory at Patiala under the charge of Deputy Director, Quality Control to carry out the tests for road and building material. The Director Quality Control is the overall incharge of this Laboratory. Laboratory has three Research Assistants which conduct the tests as per guidelines of the MORT&H Specifications. One Sub Divisional Engineer. and one Junior Engineer at each District Head Quarter of the State are also working under the direct control of Director to ensure quality of works being executed in the Distt.

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4.3

Conduct of Traffic Census The Deptt. has independent Traffic Engineering Cell to conduct the traffic census

on N.H., Plan Road and ODR to assess the growth of traffic and the data is being used for planning and design of roads. The Traffic Engg. Cell is headed by Superintending Engineer assisted by established on N.H. 4.4 Construction of Cinema Building The construction of cinema building by private owners is governed by the Punjab cinemas (Regulation) Rules, 1952 issued under Section 9 of the Punjab Cinema (Regulation) Act, 1952. In order that the buildings should conform to the provision of the said Rules and that there may be no inherent structural defect which may subsequently constitute a bar against the issue of licence when applied for, the prior approval of the building plan by the Executive Engineer concerned is necessary. In the case of unbuilt areas the sitting of the cinema building should be settled in consultation with the town planning scheme as may eventually be framed in respect of the said area. 8 Nos. numerators. The 49 count point has already been

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The Govt. of India has issued norms for access for fuel stations, service stations and rest area vide their letter No.RW/NH-33023/19/99-DO-III dated 25.9.2003/1710.2003. Government of India Ministry of Road Transport and Highways TELEGRAM: "ROADIND" Transport Bhavan 1, Parliament Street New Delhi-110 001 Date: 25.09.2003 17.10.2003

No. RW/NH-33023/19/99-DO-III To 1. 2. 3.

Chief Secretaries / Secretaries (PWD/Roads) of all State Governments / UTs dealing with National Highways and Centrally sponsored schemes. Chief Engineers of States / UTs dealing with National Highways and Centrally Sponsored Schemes. Director General (Border Roads) Seema Sadak Bhavan, Ring Road, New Delhi-110 010 Chairman, National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) Dwarka, New Delhi ­ 110045 Norms for the Access for Fuel Stations, Service Stations and Rest Area along National Highways.

4.

Subject: Sir,

Ministry had issued guidelines on "System Improvement of Installation of Petrol / Diesel / Gas-Retail outlets and Service Stations as well as access to Private Properties along National Highways" through its Circular No. RW/NH33023/19/99-DO-III dated 31st August 2000. Improvement in the highway network show that there is greater need for road safety for its users. Stricter enforcement is also necessary. 2. Therefore the Ministry has now evolved the norms for access to fuel stations along the National Highways. This is modification of the earlier circulars / publication of the Ministry / IRC. These norms cover the most common

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situations. Any complex situation would have to be dealt with through traffic expert for an appropriate solutions. 3. Generally speaking, the fuel stationsshould be a part of the Rest Area Complex, Rest areas should have various other amenities for users e.g. place for parking, toilets, restaurant, rest rooms, kiosk for selling sundry items etc. This aspect should be incorporated while planning for improvement and up gradation of the National Highway Sections and / or planning for new fuel stations along National Highways. The rest area complex be planned subject to the commercial viability. 4. In case of service roads having been constructed, the access to the fuel station shall be from service roads and not from the main carriageway. This respect has to be kept into consideration while planning for location of new fuel stations. 5. The Norms are enclosed at Appendix-I, which shall be followed for seeking and granting permission for the access to the new fuel stations. It shall be the responsibility of the Oil Company / Owner to ensure that the proposed location and other features of fuel stations are in conformity with these Norms. Otherwise, the proposal would be rejected. 6. The cases for granting permission for access to new fuel stations, service stations and rest areas along National Highways shall, henceforth be dealt with in accordance with the Norms prescribed in Appendix-I to this circular. The main features of the Norms are listed below. 6.1 6.1.1 1. (i) (ii) (iii) 2. (i) (ii) For the siting of fuel stations along National Highways, its minimum distance from an intersection would be: Non-Urban (Rural) Stretches Plain and Rolling Terrain Intersection with NHs / SHs / MDRs more Intersection with Rural Roads and all other earth tracks with 100m carriageway width less that 3.5m Hilly / Mountainous Terrain Intersection with NHs / SHs / MDRs Intersection with all other roads and tracks 300m 100m 1000m Intersection with Rural Roads with carriageway width of 3.5m or 300m

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6.1.2 1. (a) (i) (ii) (b) (i) 2. (i) 6.2 6.2.1 (i) (ii)

Urban Stretches Plain and Rolling Terrain Urban Area with population of more than 20,000 and less than one lakh. Intersection with any category of roads of carriageway width of 300m 3.5m and above. Intersection with roads of carriageway width of less than 3.5m Urban Area with population of one lakh and above Intersection with any category of road (irrespective of carriageway 100m width) Hilly and Mountainous terrain Intersection with any category of road (irrespective of carriageway 100m width) The minimum distance between two fuels stations along the National Highway would be as given below:Plan and Rolling in non-urban (Rural) Areas. Undivided carriageway (for both sides of carriageway) Divided carriageway (with no gap in median at this location and stretch) (including deceleration and acceleration lanes) 300m 1000m (including deceleration and acceleration lanes) 100m

6.2.2 (i) (ii) 6.3

Hilly / Mountainous Terrain and Urban Stretches Undivided carriageway (for both sides of carriageway) Divided Carriageway (With no gap in media at this location and stretch) The distance from check barrier / toll plaza would be at least 1 Km and no check barrier / toll plaza would be installed within 1 km of fuel station / rest area. 300m (clear) 300m (clear)

6.4 (i) (ii)

Minimum plot size of fuel stations shall be: On undivided carriageway in plain / rolling terrain On divided carriageway in plain / rolling terrain 35m x35m 35m(frontage) x 45m

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(iii) (iv) 6.5

In hills In urban Areas

20m x 20m 20m x 20m

The entry to fuel station shall be through deceleration lane of minimum length of 70m and width of 5.5m, the exit through acceleration lane of minimum length of 100m and width of 5.5m.

6.6

The pavement composition of these acceleration / deceleration lanes and service road (if provided) would comprise Granular Sub Base (GSB) with minimum thickness of 150mm, three layers of Water Bound Macadam (WBM) of 75mm thick each, Bituminous Macadam (BM) of 50mm thickness and Semi Dense Bituminous Concrete (SDBC) of 25mm thickness.

6.7

The access lanes, service road and separator island in the layout would be accommodated within the available ROW of the highway but fuel pumps would be located beyond building line. The fuel station office building etc. shall be located at the safe distance as prescribed by the Fire Department or other authorities.

6.8

The acceleration, deceleration lane, service roads, drainage system, signs and marking shall be constructed and maintained by the Oil Company / owner of the fuel station at his cost and responsibility during the period of licence deed.

6.9

Permission would be granted within 30 days of the receipt of the application on the field office, if it meets all the requirements of the norms contained in the circular.

6.10

The Oil Company / owner shall have to enter into an Agreement for the licence deed with the Government (Ministry of Road Transport and Highways ­ MORTH), for the use of NH land. There would be one time fee of Rs. 1 lakh in consideration of this Agreement. The validity of the Agreement would be for a period of 15 years.

6.11

The default or non-conformity of these norms for the fuel station, approaches, drainage, traffic control devices etc. would be identified and determined through joint inspection by the representatives of the concerned Oil Company and the field officer incharge of the NH section. If the deficiencies are not rectified within the specified time frame, the oil company would be asked to de-energize the fuel

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station and re-energizing would be done only on complete rectification and on the authorization by the field officer incharge of the NH section. 7. These norms will be applicable to all new fuel stations from the date of the issue of this circular. Its content may be brought to the notice of all the concerned officers of your Department / Organization. Yours faithfully Sd/(A.P. BAHADUR) Chief Engineer For Director General (Road Development) & Special Secretary Encl.: As above. Copy forwarded for information and necessary action to:1. 2. All technical officers of Roads Wing at Head Quarters. All project Chief Engineers of Ministry of Road Transport & Highways at Headquarters. They may sign the Licence deeds received in Ministry through National Highway Authority of India / Ministry's Regional Officers (ROs) after the approval of the Minister. 3. Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas, Government of India, with the request to issue suitable instructions to all Oil Companies to adhere to these norms, while planning, installation and operation of fuel stations along National Highways. 4. All Regional Officers and Engineering Liaison Officers of the Ministry. They are requested to undertake detailed examination of the proposals received from State Public Works Department (PWD) / Border Road Organisation (BRO) fully in accordance with the norms of this circular and get necessary changes done in the proposal as per site conditions if required, before forwarding the proposals along with prescribed documents and checklist, to the Ministry. 5. 6. National Institute for Training of Highway Engineers (NITHE), Noida-20301 (U.P.) Central Road Research Institute, Delhi-Mathura Road, New Delhi-110020

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Secretary, Indian Roads Congress, Jamnagar House, Shahjahan Road, New Delhi-110011. S & R Section (20 spare copies)

Sd/(A.P. BAHADUR) Chief Engineer For Director General (Road Development) & Special Secretary Encl.: As above.

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APPENDIX ­ I (Enclosure to Ministry of Road Transport & Highways letter no. RW/NH-33023/19/99DOIII dated 25.09.2003)

NORMS FOR LOCATION, LAYOUT AND ACCESS TO FUEL STATIONS ALONG NATIONAL HIGHWAYS.

1. These norms have been finalized in substantial modification of IRC: 12-1983, `Recommended Practice for Location and Layout of Road Side Motor, Fuel Fillingcum-Service Stations' and the Ministry's Circular No. RW/NH-33023/19/99-DOIII dated 31.08.2000 on `Systems Improvement for Installation of Petrol / Diesel / Gas Retail outlets and service stations as well as access to private properties along National Highway'. These norms shall be applicable to all new fuel stations with effect from the date of issue of this circular. 2. 3. Petrol / Diesel retail outlets and service stations with or without Rest Area Amenities etc. are hereinafter referred to as Fuel Stations. These norms are applicable to all Fuel Stations with or without other user facilities of rest areas, along un-divided carriageway and divided carriageway sections of National Highways in plain, rolling and hilly terrain and passing through urban stretches. For this purpose hilly or mountain terrain would be, when the cross slope of the country is more than 25%. The urban stretches would be, where National Highway passes through a town of population of 20,000 and more (Census 2001 will apply) 4. 4.1 General Conditions of Siting The fuel stations would be located where the highway alignment and profile are favourable i.e. where the grounds are practically level, there are no sharp curves (having radius of less than 230m in plains and 60m in hilly terrain) or steep grades (more than 5%) and where sight distances would be adequate for safe traffic operations. The location would not interfere with placement and proper

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functioning of highways signs, signals, lighting or other devices that affect traffic operation. 4.2 While considering the proposal for new fuel stations it would be ensured that the fuel stations on a corridor are well disturbed on both sides of the highways so that vehicles normally do not have to cut across the traffic to reach them. The fuel stations would be serving only the traffic moving on the adjustment lane. For the vehicles traveling in the lanes in opposite direction, separate fuel stations needs to be planned for which permission would be considered keeping also in view of its location and distance norms. 4.3 In order to provide safe length for weaving of traffic, fuel station along National Highways shall be located at the minimum distance from an intersection (gap in the central median be treated as intersection) as given below. For single carriageway section, these minimum distances would be applicable for both sides. 4.3.1 1 (i) (ii) (iii) 2 (i) (ii) 4.3.2 1. (a) (i) (ii) (b) Non-Urban (Rural) Stretches Plain and Rolling Terrain Intersection with NHs / SHs / MDRs more Intersection with Rural Roads and all other earth tracks with 100m carriageway width less tan 3.5m Hilly / Mountainous Terrain Intersection with NHs / SHs / MDRs Intersection with all other roads and tracks Urban Stretches Plain and Rolling Terrain Urban Area with population of more than 20,000 and less than one lakh. Intersection with any category of roads of carriageway width of 300m 3.5m and above. Intersection with roads of carriageway width of less than 3.5m Urban Area with population of one lakh and above 100m 300m 100m 1000m Intersection with Rural Roads with carriageway width of 3.5m or 300m

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(i) 2. (i) 4.4 4.4.1 (i) (ii)

Intersection with any category of road (irrespective of carriageway 100m width) Hilly and Mountainous Terrain Intersection with any category of road (irrespective of carriageway 100m width) The minimum distance between two fuel stations along the National Highway would be as given below:Plain and Rolling Terrain in Non-Urban (Rural) Area Undivided carriageway (for both sides of carriageway) 300m (Including deceleration and acceleration lanes) Divided carriageway (with no gap in median at this location and 1000m stretch) (Including deceleration and acceleration lanes)

4.4.2 (i) (ii)

Hilly / Mountainous Terrain and Urban Stretches Undivided carriageway (for both sides of carriageway) Divided carriageway (with no gap in median at this location and stretch) 300m (clear) 300m (clear)

4.4.3

If two or more fuel stations are to be sited in close proximity for some reasons these would be grouped together to have a common access through a service road of 7.0m width and connected to the highway through acceleration, deceleration lanes. From these considerations, the permission for the new fuel stations would be considered only if it is either in proximity to the existing one so that the common access can be provided or the new one located at the distance of more than 1000m.

4.4.4

For installation of new fuel station within the 1000m distance of existing fuel station in plain / rolling terrain and 300m in hilly / mountains terrain and urban stretch, new road, deceleration and acceleration lanes, drainage and traffic control devices. In case of hilly / mountainous terrain, common service roads at

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all the such location may not be possible as per the site conditions and therefore common access through service roads would not be a pre-condition. 4.5 The fuel station would not be located within the distance of 1000m from any barrier including that of toll plaza. No check barrier / toll plaza should be located within 1000m of a fuel station. 5. 5.1 Plot size for fuel station. The size and shape of the plot for the fuel station would need to be such that it suitable accommodates fuel pumps, offices, stores, compressor room, air pump and kiosks without causing any hindrance to the movement of vehicles of expected maximum dimensions, within fuel stations and in the access area. Sufficient space would need to be available to accommodate the number of fuel pumps to cater to the expected number of vehicles in peak time at this location so that the vehicles do not spill on to the access area. The air pump and kiosks for pollution control measurements be installed at some distance from the fuel pumps so that the vehicles requiring these services do not cause hindrance to the free movement of vehicles entering or existing for refueling. 5.2 (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) 5.3 From these considerations, the minimum size of the plot for fuel station along National Highways shall be as follows:On undivided carriageway in plain and rolling terrain On divided carriageway in plain / rolling terrain In hilly and mountainous terrain In urban stretches 35m x 35m 35m (frontage) x 45m 20m x 20m 20m x 20m

For fuel station being part of the rest area complex, the area required for other facilities such as parking, restaurant, rest rooms, toilets and shops etc. would be extra but there would be a single access.

Access Layout Access for New Fuel Stations along Un-divided Carriageway Sections 6.1.1 6.1.2 The access to the fuel stations along un-divided carriageway sections of National Highway shall be through deceleration and acceleration lanes. The deceleration lane would take off from the edge of the paved shoulder and taken up to the edge of the Right of Way (ROW) of National Highway, beyond which the boundary of fuel station shall start. Its minimum length would be 70m

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measured along the traveled direction of highway. Its width would be minimum 5.5m. The shoulder of 2.25m would be provided for this deceleration lane. 6.1.3 The acceleration lane would take off from the edge of the fuel station on exit side having minimum length of 100m with parallel type layout. Its starting stretch of 70m length would be with a curvature of minimum radius of 650m and the remaining 30m length would be tapered so as to facilitate vehicles coming out of fuel station, merging with fast moving through traffic on main carriageway, in a safe and efficient manner. 6.1.4 A separator island would be provided in front of the fuel station so that no right turning take place. The length of this separator island would be determined on the basis of the intersecting points of the edge line of the separator island with the line drawn along the edge of chevron markings as indicated in Figures 1 and 2 of these norms. Its shape for isolated fuel station would be as shown in Figure 1, and that for the cluster of fuel stations with common service roads, as shown in Figure 2. It would have minimum width of 3m. The width of approaches connecting deceleration and acceleration lanes, along the separator island should be 5.5m. 6.1.5 There would be buffer strip from the edge of the ROW and would extend minimum 3m inside the fuel station plot. Its minimum length would be 12m. No structure or hoarding except the approved standard identification sign on pole would be permitted, which may be provided outside the ROW. The buffer strip as well as the separator island would be provided with kerb of minimum 275mm height to prevent vehicles from crossing it or using it for parking purpose. The buffer strip in the approach zone should be suitable shaped to cover extra area in the approach zone after provision of acceleration, deceleration lane and connecting approaches and should be properly turfed for aesthetic landscaping. 6.1.6 The radius for turning curve would be 13m and that for non-turning curve be from 1.5 to 3m so as to check over speeding while entering or existing the fuel station. 6.1.7 The pavement of the access roads including deceleration, acceleration lanes and connecting approaches would have sufficient designed strength for the expected

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traffic. It would have minimum pavement composition of 150mm thick Granular Sub Base (GSB) overlaid by three layers of Water Bound Macadam (WBM), each of 75mm thickness topped by 50mm thick Bituminous Macadam (BM) and 25mm thick Semi Dense Bituminous Carpet. 6.1.8 A typical access layout for the new fuel station with relevant details for deceleration and acceleration lanes, connecting approaches, separator island, buffer strip, drainage, signs and marking on un-divided carriageway section of National Highway would be as shown in Fig. 1 of these norms. 6.1.9 The typical access layout for cluster of fuel stations, with details for deceleration lane, service road and acceleration lane etc. would be as shown in Fig. 2 of these Norms. 6.2 6.2.1 6.2.2 Access for New Fuel Stations on Divided Carriageway Sections. The access to the fuel station on divided carriageway sections of National Highways shall be through deceleration and acceleration lanes. The deceleration lane would take off from the edge of the paved shoulder and taken upto the edge of ROW, where from the boundary of fuel station would start. Its length would be 70m measured along the travel direction on the highway. The acceleration lane would be of 100m length. Its starting stretch of 70m length would be with a curvature of minimum radius of 650m and the remaining 30m tapered so as to facilitate vehicles coming out of fuel stations, merging with fast moving through traffic on main carriageway in a safe manner. The width of deceleration and acceleration lane shall be 5.5m with shoulders of 2.25m. 6.2.3 A separator island would be provided in front of the fuel station. The length of this separator island would be determined on the basis of the intersecting points of the edge line of the separator island with the line drawn along the edge of chevron markings as indicated in Figs. 3 and 4. Its shape for isolated fuel station would be shown as Figs. 3 and that for the cluster of fuel stations with common service roads, as shown in Fig. 4. It would have minimum width of 3 m. The width approaches connecting deceleration and acceleration lanes along separator island should be 5.5m.

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6.2.4

There would be buffer strip from the edge of the ROW and would extend minimum 3m inside the fuel station plot. Its minimum length would be 12m. No structure or hoarding except the approved standard identification sign on pole, would be permitted which may be provided outside the ROW. The buffer strip as well as the separator island should be provided with kerb of minimum 275mm height to prevent vehicles from crossing it or using it for parking purposes. The buffer strip is the approach zone should be suitable shaped to cover extra area in the approach zone after provision of acceleration, deceleration lane and connecting approaches and should be properly turfed for aesthetic landscaping.

6.2.5

The radius for turning curves should be 13m and that for non-turning curves should be from 1.5m to 3m, so as to check over speeding while entering or existing the fuel station.

6.2.6

The pavement of the access roads including deceleration, acceleration lanes and connecting approaches would have sufficient designed strength for the expected traffic. It would have minimum pavement composition of 150mm thick GSB overlaid by three layers of WBM, each of 75mm thickness, topped by 50mm thick BM and 25mm thick SDBC.

6.2.7

The typical access layout for the new fuel station with relevant details for deceleration / acceleration lanes connecting approaches, separator island buffer strip, drainage, signs and marking on divided carriageway sections of National Highway would be as shown in Fig. 3 of these norms.

6.2.8

The access for cluster of Fuel Stations situated in close proximity shall be through deceleration lane, service road and acceleration lane as shown in Fig. 4 of these norms.

6.3

The typical layout for fuel station and signs and marking along National Highways in hilly / mountains terrains and in urban stretches is given in Fig. 5.

7.

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area would be at least 150mm below the level at the edge of the highway. The surface water from fuel station and access road would need to be collected in a suitable underground drainage system and led away to a natural course through culvert. Preferable slab culvert with iron granting of adequate strength may be constructed in the approaches so that surface water is drained through the holes in the grating. If pipe culvert is used, then it would be ensured that the inner diameter of the pipe is not less than 1m for proper cleaning and necessary shallow drains are constructed along the access road and at the edge of the fuel station so that the surface water is led to the open drain. The drainage arrangement would be either by the method mentioned above or as per the satisfaction of the Highway Authorities / Ministry. 8. Enforcement of Right of Way and Building Line The widths of Right of Way (ROW) has been prescribed as 40m to 60m, whereas that for building lines as 80m in plain and rolling terrain, in IRC:73-1980, `Geometric Design Standards for Rural (Non-Urban) Highways. In hilly / mountains terrain and urban stretches, the width of building line has been prescribed as 70m. While planning the layout for various facilities inside the fuel stations, it has to be ensured that fuel pumps are located beyond the building lines and fuel station office building etc. at a safe distance as prescribed by Fire Department or other authorities. The buffer strip would extend minimum 3m inside the Fuel Station plot, beyond ROW 9. 9.1 System for Signs and Markings An adequate system for signs and marking would be provided at the locations of fuel stations for the guidance of the highway users. The pavement markings would be in form of chevron at entry and exit locations, give way for the exit from the fuel station. Informatory sign for fuel station would be provided at 1Km ahead, 500m ahead and at the entry point. 9.2 On undivided carriageway, additional signs for the regulation of entry and exit of the vehicular traffic should be provided on the separator island. Also an informatory sign should be installed showing the distance of the nearest Fuel Station located in the direction of travel in order to avoid any need for right turnings for accessing the Fuel Station located on the opposite side. The sign

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should be installed at the location of about 200m ahead of the opposite side fuel station. 9.3 The pavement markings would conform to IRC:35-1997, `Code of Practice for Road Markings' and Road signs to IRC:67-2001, `Code of Practice for Road Signs' and IRC:SP:55-2001, `Guidelines on Safety in Road construction Zones'. 9.4 9.5 10. 10.1 These should be as per Sections 801 and 803 of Ministry's Specifications for Road and Bridge Works, 2001 as updated from time to time. The system for signs and markings with their type and locations would be as shown in Figures 1,2,3 and 4 for the chosen access layout. Implementation Procedure Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas / Oil Companies while entering any application for the installation of Fuel Station, would supply a copy of these norms to the applicant so that he may assess his position to fulfill the requirements of these norms. Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas / Oil Companies would ensures that the plot identified by the applicant conforms to the requirement of these norms in terms of its location, access layout and signs and markings. It shall also be the responsibility of the applicant / owner of Fuel Station to provide the prescribed layout for access as given in Figs. 1/2/3/4/5, as the case may be while preparing the layout. 10.2 For the Fuel Stations along the National Highways vested with NHAI, the field units of NHAI would examine the drawings and documents to ensure that the location and layout conform to these norms. Thereafter these would be forwarded to the Headquarters of NHAI who in turn would forward the case to concerned Chief Engineer of the Ministry with definite recommendations and the documents as per Annexure I and the checklist at Annexure II of the circular. 10.3 For Fuel Stations along the National Highways other that those with the NHAI, the concerned Executive Engineer of State PWD / BRO would examine the drawings and documents as listed in Annex I and the Checklist at Annex II of this Circular would be forwarded, through Chief Engineer of the State PWD/BRO, to the Regional Officer (RO) of Ministry of Road Transport and Highways. The RO after ensuring the fulfillment of the requirements of this circular and norms would then forward the proposal along with prescribed documents and checklist,

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to the Ministry and approval given by the Project Chief Engineer (dealing with the State), on the merit of the case. 10.4 A License Deed would be required to the signed between the Oil Company wanting to install the Fuel Station (Licensee), and Government of India through their designated officers. The specimen copy of the licence deed is enclosed at Annex-III. 10.5 The licence deed would be drawn on a non-judicial stamp paper and all expenses in this regard be borne by the licensee. A one time fee of Rs. 1,00,000/- (Rupees one lakh only) would be payable by the licensee to the Government in consideration of this Agreement for the land for which the license is issued. The license deed is not required to be registered. This fee amount would be paid through a Demand Draft in favour of the concerned Pay & Accounts Officer of the Ministry of Road Transport and Highways and would be debitable to the Major Head 1054 (Revenue Receipt Head). 10.6 The No objection Certificate by the Licensing Authority, through their field units, would be issued and construction permitted only after the necessary approval has been given by Ministry license duly signed and delivered. 10.7 The approval for setting up of fuel stations would be given within 30 days from the date of receipt of the application if it conforms to all the stipulations of the norms. In case of any query, the date when the resubmitted application is received would be treated as the date of receipt. All the queries would be raised at one time only. The construction would commence only on the receipt of the approval. 10.8 The Licence Deed shall also be signed, within 30 days of the submission of the application in the field office if it fulfils all the requirements as mentioned above, between MORTH and Oil Company only, irrespective of the dealership type. 10.9 Oil Companies / owner shall be responsible for the construction and maintenance of deceleration / acceleration lances, service roads, channelisers, drainage arrangement, signs and markings in accordance with the approved layout and specifications conforming to these norms, at his own cost. On completion of the construction in accordance with checklist and conforming to the approvals, a Completion Certificate would be issued by the field unit of NHAI/PWD/BRO/ or

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any other agency (as the case may be). The concerned Oil Company would be allowed to energize the fuel station only after the issue of such a certificate. 10.10 The validity of the Licence Deed for the use of National Highway land for access to fuel station would be for a period of fifteen years after which the same would be required to be renewed which could be for a similar period. During this validity period, the owner shall maintain in good condition the deceleration / acceleration lances, service roads (free from any potholes/patches), drainage arrangement (clean conditions to allow full discharge of storm water), signs and markings (existing at identified location with clear required visibility). 10.11 Non conformity or any default in respect of the norms and as indicated in Para 1 to 9, Para 10.9 and Para 10.10 above would make the fuel station liable to be de-energized. In cases of clustered fuel stations, responsibility for default or nonconformity to attract such penalty would be determined through a joint inspection. In such cases, the procedure prescribed in Para 10.12 below would be adopted. 10.12 In cases of defaults (s) found by Highway Authority, joint inspection by the representative of the concerned Oil Company and the Field officer incharge of that NH section would be undertaken to identify each deficiency and time frame for its rectification which in no case should exceed 60 days from the date of joint inspection. The failure to rectify the identified deficiencies within the prescribed time would lead to de-energizing the petrol pump by the concerned Oil Company. The re-energizing would be done only on complete rectification and on the authorization by Field Officer, incharge of NH section.

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ANNEX-1 (Enclosure to Ministry of Road Transport and Highways letter No RW/NH33023/19/99-DO-III dated 25.09.2003)) List of documents to be submitted for getting approval for installation of new Fuel Station along National Highways. 1. 2. Signed copy of license deed. The draft is at Annex III. Certified copy of location plan of the Fuel Station along with National Highway showing details of Right of Way (ROW) of National Highway, access roads to private properties, existing public roads and other developments falling within a reach of 1.5 km in each side of the Fuel Station and carriageway. 3. Certified copy of the proposed Fuel Station showing details deceleration, acceleration lanes, service road (if provided), buffer strip, fuel pump, office, kiosk, lubritorium air and water supply, drainage details, signs and markings conforming to applicable figures enclosed with these Norms. 4. Certified copy of sectional view showing elevation of Fuel Station with respect to National Highway and slopes to be provided for adequate drainage and preventing water logging on National Highway. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Drainage plan of the Fuel Station. Details of the material for pavement composition for deceleration lane, service road and acceleration lane. Inspection report of the officer inspecting the site of proposed Fuel Station and certificate that all standard conditions have been specified. Detailed explanation for reasons for recommending the exemption from stipulated norms (if required). Undertaking from the oil company / owner that the oil company/owner would pay necessary fee for the use of the National Highway land whenever the fee is asked by the Highway Authorities in future. 10. Undertaking from Oil Company that necessary alteration including complete removal/shifting of the approach roads at its own cost if so required by

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Ministry, for the development of National Highway or in the interest of safety in this section. 11. Undertaking from Oil Company that they shall take all the action as prescribed in Appendix I to ensure conformity of these Norms. Annex II (Enclosure to Ministry of Road Transport & Highways letter No RW/NH33023/19/99-DO III dated 25.09.2003) Check list for getting approval for installation of new Fuel Stations along National Highways. 1. 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.3.1 1.3.2 General Information National Highway Number State Location (Chainage in km) [Side of NH (Left or right side of NH towards increasing chainage/km direction)] 1.4 1.5 Name of Highway Authority :_____________________________ (NHAI/PWD/BRO) Executive Engineer (or Equivalent) address: :_____________________________ :_____________________________ 1.6 1.7 Name of Oil Company :_____________________________ (as applicable) Name and address of Owner of Fuel station :_____________________________ :_____________________________ :_____________________________ :_____________________________ :_____________________________ :_____________________________

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2. Sl No. 1

Stipulated Norms for Fuel Outlets Item Measurement at site MORTH Norms Whether complying with MORTH Norms

Distance from intersection: 1.1 Non-Urnban (Rural) Stretch. 1.1.1 Plain and Rolling Terrain (i) Intersection with NHs/SHs/MDRs. (ii) Intersection with Rural Roads with carriageway width of 3.5m or more (iii) Intersection with Rural Roads and other earth tracks with carriageway with less than 3.5m 1.1.2 Hilly/Mountainous Terrain (i) Intersection with NHs/SHs/MDRs. (ii) Intersection with all other roads and tracks 1.2 Urban Stretches 1.2.1 Plain and Rolling Terrain (a) Urban Area with population of more than 20,000 and less than one lakh (i) Intersection with category of roads of carriageway width of 3.5m and above. (ii) Intersection m. (b) Urban Area with population of one lakh and above (i) Intersection with any category of road (irrespective of carriageway width) with roads of 100m Yes/No carriageway width of less than 3.5 300m Yes/No 300m 100m Yes/No Yes/No 100m Yes/No 300m Yes/No 1000m Yes/No

1.2.2 Hilly and Mountainous Terrain

100m

Yes/No

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(i) Intersection with any category of road (irrespective of carriageway width)

100m 2 3 Is it a part of Rest Area complex? Distance from nearest Fuel Station (a) Plain and rolling terrain in non-urban areas (i) Undivided carriageway (ii) Divided carriageway (b) Hilly terrain and urban stretches 4 5 Distance form Check barrier/Toll Plaza Provision of 7.0m/5.5m wide service/connecting road Minimum 300m Minimum 1000m Minimum 300m Minimum 1000m Necessary at clustering of Fuel Station 6 7 8 9 10 Gradient of Highway section Slope of Fuel Station Premises/Services Area for drainage purpose Width of Frontage Length of Buffer Strip Width of Buffer Strip extending inside ROW. Minimum 5% Minimum 2% Minimum 35 m/20m Minimum 12m Minimum 3m

Yes/No Yes/No

Yes/No Yes/No Yes/No Yes/No Yes/No

Yes/No Yes/No Yes/No Yes/No Yes/No

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11

Is there only one structure of approved standard identification sign on pole with existing on buffer strip?

No structure or hoarding except approved standard identificatio n sign on pole is allowed on buffer strip

Yes/No

12 13

Height of kerb for buffer strip Is the space from outer edge of buffer strip to the edge of road turfed with provision of 275 mm kerbs, with on other structure?

Minimum 275mm No structure or hoarding or parking space allowed the is in space

Yes/No Yes/No

in front of buffer strip 14 15 Radius of Turning Curve Radius of Non-turning curve Minimum 13m Minimum 1.5m Maximum 3m 16 17 Minimum downward slope of access roads towards the fuel station Difference in elevation from edge of Minimum 2% Minimum Yes/No Yes/No Yes/No Yes/No

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road and edge of buffer strip 18 Provision of Culvert, designed for drainage according to IRC:SP13

15 cm Minimum 1m (pipe culvert) Minimum 1m (slab culvert) span dia Yes/No

19

Provision

of

proper

drainage

Drawing showing drainage arrangeme nt as per satisfaction of highway authorities to be submitted

Yes/No

arrangement for fuel station premises

20

Provision

of

adequate

signs

and

Minimum requiremen t as shown in Drawing the

Yes/Nos

markings as per the drawings.

If norms are not satisfied, detailed explanation needs to be given, otherwise the application will not be considered. In all cases supporting documents as per Annex.1 have to be submitted, otherwise the case will be summarily rejected.

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Annex-III LICENSE FOR THE USE OF NATIONAL HIGHWAY LAND

AGREEMENT TO construct an approach/access road with necessary provision for drainage, signage and markings, to ________________________ abutting on the ____________________________________________________ boundary of __________________________________________ in Kilometer ________________________ in survey no. ______________________ of the village _____________________________in the Taluka of _______________ of the _______________________________ District.

AN AGREEMENT made this ______________day of ____________ year Two thousand_____________ between the President of India (hereinafter called the Government which expression shall, unless excluded by or repugnant to the context, include his successors in Office and assigns) of the one part and (name and address of Oil Company) hereinafter called "the Licensee"/"the Licensees" (which expression shall, unless excluded by or repugnant to the context, include the said licensee's successor/Licensees successors, heirs, executors, administrators and other part. 2. WHEREAS THE Licensee has/licensees have applied to the Government for permission to construct on the Government land an approach road with necessary provision for drainage, signs and markings to his/their property abutting on the boundary of ____________________________________ in Kilometer ____________________ in the _____________________ Taluka of the _______________________________ District more particularly described in the Schedule annexed hereto shown in the drawing attached hereto (hereinafter referred to as "the said premises"). 3. 4. AND WHEREAS THE GOVERNMENT have agreed to grant such permission on the terms and conditions hereinafter mentioned. Now, this Agreement withnesseth that, in consideration of the terms and conditions hereinafter contained and on the part of the licensee/licensees to be observed and perfumed, the Government hereby grants to be licensee/licensees permission to construct an access/approach road with necessary drainage works, signs and markings to the said premises as per approved drawings attached subject to the following terms and conditions, namely:assigns) of the

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i

That the licensee/licensees shall within three months from date of receipt of the permission, but without interfering in anyway with the highway traffic, complete the construction of the approach and (including deceleration/acceleration lanes) and shall make provision for drainage, signs and markings at his own cost and to the full satisfaction of the Executive Engineer/Divisional Engineer in-chare/Project Director in-charge of the National Highway according to the approved drawings and specifications. The said approach road shall not be brought into use after its completion until the Executive Engineer/Divisional Engineer/Project Director, Government /NHAI gives a completion certificate after satisfying himself that it has been completed as per the sanctioned drawings and specifications. The Fuel Station would be energized by the concerned oil company only after completion certificate has been issued by the Highway Authority.

ii

That on the completion of the said work, that part of the approach road, which lies within the limits of Government road land together with any culvert of drain therein constructed shall become the absolute property of the Government subject to the rights of the licensee/licensees to use the same for ingress and egress.

iii

The licensee/licensees shall at his/their own cost keep the said approach road, and any culvert or drain therein, in proper repair and condition to the satisfaction of the Executive Engineer/Divisional Engineer, Government/Project Director, NHAI. The approach roads would be considered in proper conditions when they are fee from potholes and patches. The culverts and drains would be kept in clean conditions to allow full discharge of the storm water, signs and markings to be kept at their respective locations and in clean condition for visibility at all times

iv

That within Six months of a notice duly given to the licensee/licensees in this behalf, the licensee/licensees shall at his /their own cost remove the said approach road or any drainage work constructed in connection therewith and restore the land to its original condition when required to do so by the Government or by any person duly authrised on its behalf. The Licensee/licensees shall not be entitled to any compensation on account of such removal and restoration.

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v

That the approach road shall not be used for any purpose other than that of access to and egress from the premises of the licensee/licensees on to the Government road.

vi

That the licensee/licensees shall not, without the prior permission in writing of the Executive Engineer/Divisional Engineer, (Government)/ Project Director (NHAI) in any way extend or alter the said approach road or any culvert or drainage therein.

vii

That the licensee/licensees shall at all times permit any duly authorized officer or servant of the Government /NHAI to inspect the said approach road including any culvert or drainage therein. He shall keep the said approach road clear and shall not be entitled to close any right of way over or in respect of the same against Government, or any member of the public.

viii

That the licensee/licensees shall be liable for any loss or damage caused to the Government by drain obstruction or any other like cause due to the said approach road or the drainage work.

ix

That the permission granted by this license shall not in any way be deemed to convey to the licensee/licensees any right into or over, or any interest in Government land other than that herein expressly granted.

x

That in case the said approach road is destroyed this license shall determine and the licensee/licensees shall not be claim any right to construct another approach road in lieu of that so destroyed.

xi

That, during the subsistence of this license, the said approach road including the road drainage shall be deemed to have been constructed only by the consent and permission of the Government so that the right of the licensee/licensees to use the same shall not become absolute and indefeasible by lapse of time.

xii

That, if the licensee fails/licensees fail to execute any work which he has /they have agreed under this agreement to the full satisfaction of the Executive Engineer/Divisional Engineer, Government/Project Director, NHAI, the work shall be executed by the Executive Engineer/Divisional Engineer/GM/DGM at the cost of licensee/licensees; and the expenditure incurred shall be recoverable from the licensee as an arrear of land revenue without prejudice to any other remedies which may be open to Government in this behalf.

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xiii

That the licensee/licensees shall not sell, transfer or otherwise dispose of the premises without obtaining from the transferee a duly executed agreement with the Government embodying the terms and conditions herein before.

xiv xv

A one time fee of Rs. 1,00,000/- (Rupees one lakh only) shall be payable to execute this Agreement for the land for which the license is issued. That if and when parallel service roads are constructed the access to fuel station shall be from the service road alone as determined by the Executive Engineer/Divisional Engineer/GM/DGM and no claim / compensation shall be entertained on the account.

xvi

That this Agreement shall remain in force for fifteen years from the date of execution in the first instance and be terminable by a notice of 6 months and the permission may or may not be renewed after expiry of the said period.

xvii xviii 5.

That the licence hereby granted shall not be transferable. That the licensee/licensees shall bear the cost of Stamp and attestation of this Agreement. Situations given below would be treated as violations of the license deed agreement and the Government would be within its right to ask the concerned Oil Company to de-energize the Fuel Station.

i

Non-maintenance of deceleration lane, acceleration lane service road, drainage system, channelisers, markings, signs and other traffic control devices in good operating conditions (as specified in Para 4 (iii), during the period of license deed and not rectifying the short comings within the specified period as pointed out by Executive Engineer/ Divisional Engineer/ PD, NHAI, incharge of the National Highway Section.

ii

Non-compliance for revising the layout of access as directed by Executive Engineer/ Divisional Engineer incharge/ Field Unit (NHAI) of the National Highway Section in writing within specified period.

6.

Not-withstanding anything contained in clause 4, this licence can be cancelled at any time by the licensor through the Executive / Divisional Engineer for breach of any of the terms and conditions of license and the licensee/licensees shall not be entitled to any compensation for loss caused to him/them by such cancellation nor shall be absolved from any liability already incurred by him/them under this

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Agreement. The licensee/licensees shall at his/their own cost remove approach road lying within the boundary of the Government land and restore the Government land to its original condition. In the event of licensee/licensees refusing to do so, the restoration of the Government to its original condition shall be done by the Executive Engineer/Divisional Engineer, at the cost of licensee/licensees and the expenditure incurred shall be recoverable from the licensee/licensees as an arrear without prejudice to any other remedies which may be fixed by Government in this behalf. 7. This Agreement they be executed in two counterparts, each of which when executed and delivered shall constitute an original of this Agreement.

IN WITNESS WHEREOF this agreement is executed in two parts by the parties hereto on the date first above mentioned.

Signed by Shri (Name in full) the licensee/licensees Signed by Shri (Name in Full) for and on behalf of the President of India In the presence of 1. Name in full (signature) with 1. designation Name in full (signature) with designation

2.

Name in full (signature) with 2. designation

Name in full (signature) with designation

N.B. Wherever alternatives such as his/their Licensee/Licensees has/have etc. are given, only applicable portions should be typed in the fair license deed.

SCHEDULE (here type the schedule referred to in clause 2)

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GOVERNMENT OF INDIA MINISTRY OF ROAD TRANSPORT & HIGHWAYS O/O the Superintending Engineer Kendriya Sadan, 6t floor, Sector 9A Chandigarh NO RW ­CH-GEN-Tech-Cir/2003/1210-23 The Chief Engineer (NH) HARYANA PWD B&R Sector 19 CHANDIGARH The Chief Engineer (NH) HP PWD B&R branch SHIMLA The Chief Engineer (NH), J&K PWD R&B, JAMMU Sub: Ref: Sir, Ministry vide circular cited under reference have revised the norms for access for fuel stations and rest area along National Highways which has already been circulated vide this office letter of even number dated 4th November, 2003. As per the revised guide lines an inspection report of the officer inspecting the site of the proposed fuel Stations needs to be submitted with the proposal. It is requested to enclose an inspection report of the inspecting officer (not lower than Executive Engineer) in the format enclosed here with along with all the new proposals which will be submitted in future. This may be brought to the notice of all field officers up to the rank of Executive Engineers. Yours faithfully, Encl: As above. (S.K. Marwah) Superintending Engineer The Chief Engineer, UT Engg. Dept, CHANDIGARH The Chief Engineer (NH), J&K PWS R&B, KASHMIR Norms for Access for Fuel Stations and rest area along National Highways Submission of inspection reports with the new proposals. Circular No. RW/NH-33023/19/99-DO-II Dated 25.09.2003/17.10.2003 14th November, 2003 The Chief Engineer (NH) Punjab PWD B&R branch. PATIALA

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Copy to:

(i) (ii) (iii)

SE (NH), Karnal / Faridabad of Haryana PWD SE (NH), Chandigarh, Ferozpur, Ludhiana and Amritsar of Punjab PWD. SE (NH), Narkanda and Shahpur

(S.K. Marwaha) Superintending Engineer Endst. No. 6869-72 Dated: 19.11.2003

Copy of the above alongwith copy of its enclosure is forwarded to the Executive engineer, C.W. Division, Mohali / Ropar / Patiala / Sangrur of Patiala for information and strict compliance of the instructions issued by the MORTH time to time. DA/One Sd/Superintending Engineer Central Works Circle, Punjab PWD (B&R) Chandigarh

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O/o The Executive Engineer, National Highway Divn. No. PWD B&R Branch Inspection report of the officer inspecting the site of proposed fuel station at Km. left hand side / right hand side of NH No. compliance of standard conditions. This is to certify that I, NH Divn. left hand side / right hand side of NH No. tangent point of curve of proposed fuel station is in my presence / State Highway No. tangent point of both fuel station) is (Name), Executive Engineer, has inspected the proposed fuel station site at Km. on m and got measured and certificate for

(date). The distance of the nearest road from the tangent point of curve from the (date). The width of nearest side road is / Major District Road / Rural Road. m which is one the same / opposite side.

m which is metalled and unmetalled / kacha road and is National Highway No. The distance of the nearest fuel station from the proposed fuel station (distance from The distance of the nearest check barrier from the proposed fuel station is m. The proposed station is located in non-urban area / urban area with population more than 20,000 and less than 10,000 / urban area with population more than 1,00,000. The general ground level of the proposed fuel station is m below the level of edge of the shoulder which is sufficient for adequate drainage. This is certified that the location of proposed fuel station conforms to all standards conditions as specified in Ministry's Policy circular No. RW/NH-3023/19/99-DO III dated 17.10.2003.

(Name) Designation (not lower than Executive Engineer) Office Seal Date: Note: This document must be furnished in triplicate in original with the proposal.

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The Punjab Govt. has laid down the policy for enlistment of contractors and the powers to enlist the contractor.

Government of Punjab Department of Public Works (B&R-III Branch) 1. The Chief Engineer (North), Punjab PWD, B&R-Branch, Patiala. The Chief Engineer (NH), Punjab PWD, B&R-Branch, Patiala. The Chief Engineer (IP), Punjab PWD, B&R-Branch, Chandigarh. The Chief Engineer (South), Punjab PWD, B&R-Branch, Patiala. The Chief Engineer (Electrical), Punjab PWD, B&R-Branch, Chandigarh. The Joint Secretary, Punjab Roads and Bridges Development Board, Sector-17, Chandigarh. Memo No. 12/37/98-IBR3/3996 Dated, Chandigarh the: 10.09.03 Subject:Revised instructions regarding enlistment of contractors in Punjab PWD (B&R). A copy of the revised instructions (correction slip No. 2 dated 08.11.2002) regarding enlistment of contractors in Punjab PWD (B&R) is enclosed. These instructions shall be referred to as Appendix 7-C of B&R Manual of instructions and shall substitute the existing provisions of instructions issued vide correction slip No. 1 dated 01.09.1973. 2. These instructions shall come into force w.e.f. date of issue of this letter. You are, therefore, requested to take immediate necessary action in the matter and the instructions may be brought to the notice of all concerned for strict compliance.

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

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3.

This issues with the concurrence of the Finance Department conveyed

vide their I.D.No. 1/5/47/98-2FE-4/2051, dated 22.02.2000 and with the approval of Chief Minister, Punjab. Sd/Additional Secretary Public Works

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Annexure-A Manual of orders of Punjab PWD (B&R) (revised edition 1982) Correction Slip No. 2 dated 08.11.2002 Revised instructions regarding enlistment of contractors in Punjab PWD (B&R) These instructions shall be referred to as appendix 7-C of B&R manual of instructions and substitute the existing provisions of instructions issued vide correction slip No. 1 dated 01.09.1973. 1. Applicability:Any Indian Individual, Sole Proprietorship Firm, Partnership Firm, Public Limited Company or a Private Limited Company, Cooperative Labour & Construction Society is entitled to get enlistment as a contractor in PWD (B&R) under these instructions provided the eligibility and other conditions are satisfied. The enlisted contractors have to abide by all the instructions made herein and as amended from time to time during the currency of their enlistment. No individual, or a firm having such individual as one of the partners, who is a dismissed government servant; or removed from the approved list of contractors, or demoted to lower class; or having business banned/suspended by any government department in the past; or convicted by a court of law shall be entitled for enlistment. No Engineer or any other official employed in Engineering or Administrative duties in the Engineering Department of the Government or Punjab State undertaking is allowed to work in the PWD(B&R) Department either as contractor or as employee of a contractor for a period of three year after his retirement from Government service unless he has obtained prior permission of Government of Punjab to do so. Even after enlistment, if either the contractor or any of his employees is found to be a person who had not

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obtained the prior permission of Government of Punjab as aforesaid, the name of the contractor shall be removed from the list of enlisted contractors. A contractor is permitted to have enlistment in more than one category and under more than one enlistment authority but not in more than one class of the same category in PWD (B&R). A contractor is not permitted to have enlistment in more than one name. A partner of a firm or a director of a company enlisted as a contractor cannot be a partner/director in any other enlisted firm/company. The enlistment of a contractor in PWD (B&R) shall only entitle him to be considered for issue of tender papers subject to the conditions laid down in each individual Notice inviting Tenders. It shall not confer any right on him either to be necessarily issued the tender papers or for award of work. 2. Enlistment Procedure:The intending contractor shall have to submit the application in a prescribed form (Annexure-I) to the enlistment authority complete with all documents as per Annexure-II. The Application form shall be available upon payment of Rs. 200.00 from any Divisional Office of PWD (B&R) in the form of crossed demand draft drawn in the name of Joint Secretary, Punjab Roads & Bridges Development Board payable at Chandigarh. Incomplete applications and applications not accompanied with necessary documents are liable to be rejected. If the decision regarding enlistment is not conveyed within six months of date of receipt of application, for any reason not attributable to the contractor, a provisional the enlistment Such for one year may may be be cancelled granted without contractor. provisional enlistment

any notice if the contractor is subsequently found unfit for enlistment in the Department. The enlistment authority shall have the right to independently verify the details furnished by the contractors and to get works done by the contractor inspected and/or to get such other reports as may be considered necessary

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Ordinarily works executed in PWD (B&R) Department need not be inspected. The inspection teams for inspecting the non PWD (B&R) works of the contractor shall furnish their report on Quality of construction, workmanship etc. & make specific recommendations to the enlistment authority. The inspections recommendations committee will consist of following:(a) For Class I Enlistment · (b) A Committee consisting of One Superintending Engineer and two Executive Engineers. For Class II Enlistment · (c) A Committee consisting of Two Executive Engineers and a Sub Divisional Engineer. For Class III Enlistment · (d) A Committee consisting of One Executive Engineer and Two Sub Divisional Engineers. For Class IV Enlistment · No Committee is required.

If the enlistment authority finds the contractor suitable for enlistment, it shall issue the enlistment order and otherwise, send a letter of rejection of the application to the contractor. The decision of the enlistment authority shall be final and binding on the applicant. Refund to the extent of 50% of the enlistment fee remitted with the application shall be made to such applicants. Notwithstanding above procedure, if the applicant contractor for Class-IV (Civil), Class-IV (Elect.) and Class-IV (Furniture) does not have the required experience, he shall be enlisted provisional for one year, after fulfilling the requirement of financial soundness. During which he shall have to secure work of required magnitude to become eligible for regularization of the enlistment. On satisfactory completion of the work his enlistment may be regularized for two years from the date of initial provisional enlistment depending upon his performance on the work. In case the contractor is not able to secure any work PWD during the year, his enlistment shall be cancelled and he shall be debarred from applying afresh for enlistment for two

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years. The enlistment fee for provisional enlistment for one year shall be 50% of the enlistment fee for regular enlistment. 3. Period of enlistment:The enlistment shall be valid for a period of two years. The enlistment can, however, be revalidated in accordance with rules in this regard. Each revalidation shall be for a period of two years from the date of expiry of the previous enlistment/revalidation. The enlistment shall be open to review by the enlistment authority and liable to termination, suspension or any other such actions at any time if considered necessary by the enlistment authority, after issue, show cause notice. 4. Enlistment Authority, Categories & Classes The Enlistment authority, categories and classes along with eligibility criteria are given in Table-I. Enlistment authority shall be the SE/EE as per competency in whose jurisdiction the applicant will have his proof of residence. In case of companies/firms location of Head/Branch office shall be considered for enlistment. For Chandigarh, Panchkula SE Chandigarh shall be the competent authority. 5. Jurisdiction and Tendering Limits:The contractors enlisted as class-I shall be entitled to tender in State of Punjab, Delhi and Shimla (for Punjab works only) & others in respective circles where enlisted for various works being executed by PWD (B&R) Branch and the tendering limit upto which they shall be eligible to tender shall be as given in Table-I. The contractor shall be governed by rules provisions and instructions existing at a particular point of time irrespective of when he was enlisted. 6. Eligibility Criteria The contractors shall have to satisfy the minimum eligibility criteria specified in Table-I, before they can be considered for enlistment. The criterion for experience shall be the execution and completion of three or two works, satisfactorily as the case may be, of prescribed nature and

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magnitude on agreement basis, during the last five years. The works should have been executed in the same name & style in which the enlistment is sought. The financial soundness shall be judged on the basis of the solvency certificate issued by the Bankers of the contractors on the format prescribed in Annexure-V. Such certificate shall be issued by a scheduled bank and shall be submitted, in original, in a Bank sealed cover, addressed to the enlistment authority. The criteria for the experience and financial soundness existing on the date of receipt of application by enlistment authority as indicated for each class and category Table-I shall be applicable. 7. Enlistment Fee The intending contractor shall forward the completed applications to the enlisting authority along with a non-refundable enlistment fee by crossed Demand Draft drawn in favour of the Joint Secretary, Punjab Roads & Bridges Development Board payable at Chandigarh. For various categories and classes of enlistment, the fee is as below. This fee is to be submitted alongwith application form to the enlisting authority. (A) (B) (C) (D) Class I Class II Class III Class IV Rs. 25,000/Rs. 15,000/Rs. 10,000/Rs. 5,000/-

The fees for enlistment of Cooperative Labour & Construction Society shall be 50% of the above fees for each category. In the case of such applicant whose application of enlistment is rejected by the Enlistment authority, amount to the extent of 50% of the enlistment fee remitted with the application shall be refunded. The fees for revalidation of Enlistment shall be the same as per new enlistment. Funds collected by way of sale of application form and fees for Enlistment/Revalidation of Enlistments with Punjab Roads & Bridges Development Board, shall be utilized for construction, improvement renovation of

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existing Offices & Residences & automation of Offices of Punjab PWD (B&R) Department. 8. Income Tax Clearance The contractor shall produce a valid Income Tax Clearance Certificate (ITCC), along with his application for enlistment. After enlistment, he shall have to apply to the Income Tax Department for issue of ITCC in the month of May every year and submit the same or an attested copy thereof to the enlistment authority by the end of June every year. Failure to submit the ITCC in this manner without any justifiable reason will render the contractor liable to be removed from the approved list of contractors. In case of partnership firms, the names of all the partners should be mentioned in the ITCC. 9. Sales Tax Clearance The contractor shall produce a valid Sales Tax Clearance Certificate along with his application for enlistment. After enlistment he shall have to apply to the Sales Tax Department for issue of No Objection/Sales Tax Clearance Certificate in the month of May every year and submit the same or an attested copy thereof to the enlistment authority by the end of June every year. Failure to do so without any justifiable reason will render the contractor liable to be removed from the approved list of contractors. In case of partnership firms, the names of all the partners should be mentioned in the certificate. 10. Electrical License The intending contractors of Electrical category shall have to produce valid electrical license from the Chief Electrical Inspector of the State of Punjab. The license shall be kept valid throughout the period of enlistment by getting it renewed at suitable intervals and submit an attested copy of the same to the enlistment authority after each renewal. 11. Change in Constitution of Firm The contractor/firm/LC Society shall not modify the existing partnership/membership or enter into any fresh partnership without the prior approval of the enlistment authority. Such proposal, if any, shall be submitted in advance giving full details of the intended partnership/sole proprietorship along with the draft partnership deed/affidavit and documents as per Annexure-VI. Any

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change in status of the contractor as an Individual or in constitution of the firm without prior approval of the enlistment authority will render the contractor/firm/LC Society liable to be removed from the approved list of contractors. If a firm is converted in two or more firms by any action of its partners, the new firm(s) or any separated partner(s) in his (there) individual/joint capacity shall have to apply for enlistment afresh and shall be governed by the eligibility criteria given in Table-I. If the partners are taken in the firm, the eligibility criteria mentioned in Table-I shall be applicable. If the number of original partners of a firm reduces to less than half due to any reason including death of partner(s), the enlistment of the firm shall be withdrawn and the remaining/surviving partners shall have to seek fresh enlistment. 12. Change in Address (a) While applying for enlistment, the contractor should mention All address of his Registered office as well as Head Office, if Electrical License etc. should shall not be (b) accepted. different.

documents i.e. ITCC, Sale Tax ClearanceCertificate, Solvency Certificate, bear one such address, otherwise the same

The contractor shall intimate the change of address, if any in advance or maximum within one month of such change. Failure to do so may result in removal of the name of the contractor from approved list of contractors.

13.

Near Relatives Working in PWD (B&R) Individual Contractors / Partners in a Partnership firm / members of Cooperative L&C Society whose near relatives are Divisional Accountants or Engineering Officers between the grades of Chief Engineer and Junior Engineer (both inclusive) in the Public Works Department (B&R) Department shall not be allowed to tender for works falling in the jurisdiction of the office responsible for award and execution of contract where the near relative is working. For this purpose, a near relative shall mean wife, husband, parents, grand parents,

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children, grand children, brothers, sisters, first uncles, aunty, first cousins and their corresponding in-laws. 14. Review of Approved List of Contractors The contractor shall be required to secure works of appropriate magnitude in PWD (B&R) Department, and other Department of the State during the revalidation/enlistment period. Contractors shall liable to be black listed for non-observance of enlistment rules. For this purpose the enlistment authority shall have the power to periodically review the approved list of contractors. 15. Revalidation of Enlistment The validity of initial enlistment of the contractor shall be as given in para 3 above. It shall, however, be revalidated on merits, if desired by the contractor. Only the contractor who has secured at least one work of appropriate magnitude in PWD (B&R) Department, Punjab Mandi Board, PUDA, Local bodies of Punjab Government, Chandigarh Administration during the period of enlistment or last revalidation period of enlistment as the case may be, shall be considered for revalidation. Application for Revalidation. The contractor shall apply for revalidation of his enlistment in the prescribed form (Annexure-VIII) along with all documents as per Annexure-IX, so as to reach the enlistment authority at least 2 months before expiry of his enlistment. The fees for renewal in a particular category shall be 100% of the fee required for fresh enlistment of that category. The revalidation application with all documents shall however be accepted upto the date of expiry of enlistment with late fee. In cases where the application is received after date of expiry of enlistment/revalidation, but within three months of expiry, the application can be accepted with additional 20% of enlistment fees. Application received, thereafter, shall not be accepted and contractor should apply for fresh enlistment, as per instructions. On receipt of application for revalidation, complete in all respects and with all necessary documents, provisional extension into three months from the

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date of expiry of the enlistment/date of issue of order/whichever is later may be issued. 16. Performance Reports The contractor should fill the details of each of the work, of appropriate magnitude, secured by him during the list revalidation/enlistment period, in the proforma as given in Annexure-VII. The list should include all works secured by him during the above mentioned period. In case, the contractor conceals any information, his revalidation will be liable to be cancelled. The contractor should fill up the details in the proforma as given in `Annexure-VII', in duplicate. For each work, separate proforma should be filled. One copy of all the proformas should be given to the concerned Executive Engineer of the division, in which the work was executed and the acknowledgement obtained on the second copy of the proforma. This 2nd copy should then be submitted to the enlisting authority along with the application for revalidation. The Executive Engineer should fill up the proforma and submit to the Enlistment Authority through his SE, within two weeks of receipt of proforma. 17. Revalidation Procedure The revalidation shall be done on the basis of review of the performance of the contractor pertaining to the period of enlistment/revalidation. Cases shall be categorised and action taken as below: (i) Category `A' Enlistment of such contractors, who secured for a work(s) shall of be appropriate magnitude during the period of enlistment/revalidation considered for revalidation their performance. (ii) Category `B' Enlistment of contractors, who secured work(s) enlistment, of because appropriate magnitude recently, in the final year of their year for watching found satisfactory.

period of five years subject to evaluation of

of which the performance cannot be properly judged, shall be extended for one the performance and then revalidated for four years, if

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(iii)

Category `C' A contractor, who could not secure any work during

the

enlistment period but submitted three or more tenders (out of which at least 2 tenders should be during, the first four years of enlistment/ revalidation) for works of appropriate magnitude shall be eligible for extension of enlistment for one year, provided he was among the three lowest tenders in at least one work, so as to enable him to try to secure at least one work. After one year, he shall be regularized in the following manner:(a) If his he has not been able during stand fresh least to the secure and any he work one shall after of year be one appropriate entitled (b) If he to has magnitude shall for at apply extended only of he

enlistment

cancelled

enlistment one one work

year of expiry of his extended enlistment. secured during the appropriate shall be his be shall magnitude extended this is found year, year, the the same

granted extension of one more year so as to watch his performance. evaluated and After if one when shall enlistment performance report available,

satisfactory,

be revalidated for three years. For the purpose of (iii) above, the contractor should submit certificate in original from the concerned Executive Engineer in the proforma as given in Annexure-X. 18. Contractor's Obligations The contractor should fulfill all his obligations in a manner as specified, failing which he shall be liable for action as mentioned therein. Some of the obligations are summarized below. (a) (b) (c) (d) Prior approval shall be obtained from the enlisting authority before changing the constitution of the firm/company. Intimation of change of address should be given in advance or within one month. He should obtain valid electrical license for the State. He should secure at least one work of specified magnitude during the period of enlistment/revalidation.

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(e) (f) (g) 19. also

He shall abide by these rules. He should not indulge in unethical practices. He shall execute the works awarded to him strictly as per the terms and conditions of the contract and specifications. Disciplinary Actions The contractor shall have to abide by all the rules/instructions of enlistments and by the terms and conditions of the contract and the Notice

Inviting Tenders. He shall have to execute the works satisfactory, on time and with good quality. The enlisting authority shall have the right to demote a contractor to a lower class, suspend business with him for any period, debar him or remove his name from the approved list of contractors after issue of show cause notice. Decision of the department shall be final and binding on the contractor. The following actions of the contractor shall in general make him liable to disciplinary actions. i) Demotion to a lower class: The contractor shall be liable to demotion to a (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) ii) fails to execute a contract or executes it unsatisfactory or is proved to be responsible for constructional defects; or. no longer has adequate equipment, technical personnel or financial resources; or is litigious by nature; or violates any important condition of contract or is responsible for a conduct which may justify his demotion to a lower class. Suspension of business:-The enlistment authority may suspend business with a contract for indefinite period where, pending full enquiry into a allegations the enlistment authority is prima facie of the view that the contractor is guilty of an offence in relation to business dealings which, when established would result in his removal/banning business and it is not considered desirable to entrust new works or continue business with the contractor. Removal from the approved list; the name of the contractor may be removed from the approved list of contractors by the enlisting authority, if he lower class, by the enlisting authority, if the:

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(a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) (g) (h) (i) (j) (k) (l) (m) 20.

has, on more than one occasion, failed to execute a contract or has executed it unsatisfactorily; or is proved to be responsible for constructional defects in three or more works or. has executed two or more works which was found to be substandard during the course of departmental enquiry against delinquent officials; or persistently violates any important conditions of the contract or fails to abide by the conditions of enlistment or is found to have given false particulars at the time of enlistment; or has indulged in any type of forgery or falsification of records or changes constitution of the firm or individual without prior approval of the enlistment authority or changes permanent address/business address without intimation to the enlistment authority or is declared or is in the process of being declared bankrupt, insolvent, wound up, dissolved or partitioned or persistently violates the labour regulations and rules, or is involved in complaints of serious nature received from other departments which prima facie appear to be true; or Default in settlement of tax dues like income tax contract Tax, sales tax, octroi, duties etc.

Revision/Modification of the instructions. Secretary, Public work (B&R) may modify add. delete and/or

change any of the above instructions and same shall be binding on all enlisted contractors.

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AnnexurePUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT (B&R) APPLICATION FOR ENLISTMENT AS CONTRACTOR Te applicant should study carefully the rules/instructions of Enlistment and the list of documents to be annexed with the application form before filling the form. Application found deficient in any respect are liable to be rejected without any further correspondence Class 1. 2. 3. Name of Applicant Nationality Address Regd. Office Category Shri M/s________________________ Indian Other _________________________________ _________________________________ _________________________________ _________________________________ _________________________________ 4. Telephone Number Fax Number Email 5. Constitution _________________________________ Individual Sole Proprietorship Partnership Firm Public Limited Company

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Private Limited Company 6. If partnership firm, name of the partners/if company, name directors. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) (g) (h) _________________________________ _________________________________ _________________________________ _________________________________ _________________________________ _________________________________

Is the individual/sole proprietor/any partner/directors of company Dismissed Government Servant Yes No No No No No No No No

Removed from approved list of contractors Yes Demoted to a lower class of contractor Having Business banned/suspended by any government in the past Convicted by a court of law Retired engineer/official from engineering Government of India within last two years Director or partner of any other company/ Member of Parliament or any State Legislative Assembly Yes Yes firm enlisted with PWD or any other department Yes Yes Yes Yes

If answer to any of the above is `yes', furnish details on a separate sheet 8. (a) (b) (c) 9. 10. Name of person holding power of attorney _______________ Nationality Liabilities Indian Other _________________________________ ___________________________ ___________________________ ___________________________ ___________________________

Name of Bankers with full address Place of Business

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11.

Full time technical staff in applicant's employ; (a) to (c) for Civil, Electrical & HVAC, (d) for furniture & (e) for Horticulture. As per requirement mentioned in the Enlistment Rules for the class & category applied for (Attached details on separate sheet)

12.

Does the applicant have sufficient T&P, machinery, equipment and workshop as per requirements mentioned in the enlistment Rules for the class & category applied for (Attach details on separate sheet) Yes No No PWD (B&R) No or any other

13. 14.

Doest the application possess valid Electrical License (for electrical) Yes (a) (b) (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) (v) (vi) Whether department. If yes, give details: Name of department Class & Category ______________________ ______________________ already enlisted with Yes

Enlistment authority & address______________________ Enlistment No. & Date ______________________ Date of validity Tendering limit ______________________

15.

Is any person working with the applicant is a near relative of the officer/official Yes No

of PWD (B&R) (see rules 18 of the Enlistment Rules) If yes, give details.

16.

Enlistment fee enclosed Date Amount Issuing Bank & Branch Branch drawn upon Executive Engineer in whose favour drawn

Draft No.

17.

Details of works completed and in progress during the last 5 years to be filled in proforma as given in Annexure III. This list should include all works whose gross

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amount of work done is more than the required magnitude for the class in which registration is required. 18. 19. Certificates from Clients in original as per proforma given in Annexure IV for all eligible works. Certificates: (i) I/We (including all partners) certify that I/We have read the rules of Enlistment of Contractors in PWD as amended upto date and she abide by them. (ii) I/we certify that the information given above is true to the best of the knowledge. I/we also understand that if any of the information is found wrong. I am liable to be debarred. (iii) (iv) I/we certify that I/We will not get myself/ourselves registered as contractor in the Department under more than one name. (a) I certify that I did not retire as an Engineer of Gazetted rank or as a Gazetted Officer employed on Engineering or administrative during in any engineering. Department of the Government of Punjab during the last three years. I also certify that I have neither such a person under my employment nor shall I employ any such person within three year of his retirement except with the prior permission of the Government (For individuals seeking enlistment in their own name) (b) We certify that none of the partners/Directors retired as an Engineer of Gazetted rank or as any gazetted Officer employed on Engineering or Administrative duties in last three years. We also certify that we have neither under our employment any such person nor shall we employ any person within three years of his retirement except with the prior permission of the Government. (For partnership firms and limited companies) (Strike out whichever is not applicable.) Signature (s) of applicant (s) Name 1.______________ 2.______________ 3.______________ Signature ______________ ______________ ______________ Address ___________ ___________ ___________

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4.______________ 5.______________ 6.______________

______________ ______________ ______________

___________ ___________ ___________ Annexure-II

DOCUMENTS ATTACHED FOR ENLISTMENT S.No 1 Documents Proof of constitution (Sl.No. 5) a) In case of sole proprietorship/HUF: before a 1st an affidavit executed Class Yes No

Magistrate that the applicant is the sole proprietor of the firm/karta or HUF. b) In case of partnership firm: (Submit attested copies) i) Public. ii) iii) iv) c) d) Form "A" or equivalent form issued Form "B" or equivalent form issued Form "C" or equivalent form issued by Registrar of Firms. by Registrar of Firms. by Registrar of Firms. In case of private/public Ltd. Co. Article of Association duly attested by Notary Public. In case of Labour & Cooperative Societies necessary form issued by Registering Authority along with List of Members. 2. 3. Power of Attorney, if any (SI.No.8) attested by Notary Public. Solvency certificate from scheduled bank in the proforma given in Annexure VI. The certificate should be on the bank's letter-head and in sealed cover and Partnership deed attested by Notary

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shall be addressed to the concerned Enlistment Authority (SI.No.9). 4. Technical Staff: (SI.No.11) i) ii) iii) 5. List of full time technical staff/Designers with Attested copies of the degrees/diplomas of Declaration from the technical staff/Designers qualification and experience of each. the technical staff/Designers. that they are employed with the applicant. List of M/C, T&P i/c steel centering & shuttering possessed by the applicant, Full details and location of workshop as including required details for of Machines & Equipment provided and proof of sufficient stock of materials (SI.No.12). 6. 7. 8. Attested copy of valid Electrical License (SI.No.13) Attested copy of Enlistment order (SI No.14) List of all near relatives working in PWD including their addresses (SI.No.15) See also Rule 18.0 of Enlistment Rule. 9. 10. Demand Draft for Enlistment Fee. (SI.No.16) Original or attested copies of certificates for works done, from concerned clients, in proforma as given in Annexure-IV 11. 12. 13. Attested copies of award letters for works included in Annexure-III Valid & attested copy of income Tax Clearance Certificate Valid & attested copy of Sales Tax Clearance Certificate Furniture category

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ANNEXURE-IV CLIENT CERTIFICATE REG. PERFORMANCE OF CONTRACTOR Name & Address of the Client Details of Work executed by Shri M/s____________________________ 1. Name of work with belief particulars________________________ 2. Agreements No. and date ___________________________ 3. Date of commencement of work ____________________________ 4. Stipulated date of completion ____________________________ 5. Actual date of completion ____________________________ 6. Details of compensation levied ____________________________ for delay, if any. 7. Tendered amount _____________________________ 8. Gross Amount of the work _____________________________ completed. 9. Name and address of the authority ___________________________ under whom works executed 10. Whether the contractor employed ____________________________ qualified Engineer/Overseas during execution of work. 11. (i ) Quality of work(indicate grading) Out Standing /V.Good/Good/Poor (ii) Amount of work paid on reduced rate_______________________ basis , if any. 12. ( i ) Did the contractor go for arbitration ? ______________________ ( ii ) If yes, total amount of claim ______________________ (iii) Total amount awarded ______________________ 13. Comments on the capabilities of ______________________ the contractor (a) Technical Proficiency Out Standing /V.Good/Good/Poor (b) Financial Soundness Out Standing /V.Good/Good/Poor (c) Mobilisation of adequate T&P Out Standing /V.Good/Good/Poor (d) Mobilisation of manpower Out Standing /V.Good/Good/Poor (e) General behaviour Out Standing /V.Good/Good/Poor Note: All columns should be filled improperly countersigned. Signature of Reporting Officer with official seal Officer of the rank of Superintending Engineer or equivalent.

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Annexure-V FORM OF SOLVENCY CERTIFICATE FROM A SCHEDULED BANK This is to certify that to the best of our knowledge and information M/s Shri _________________________________having marginally noted address, a customer of our bank are / is respectable and can be treated as good for any engagement up-to a limit of Rs.________________________________ (Rs.____________________________________________________________________ __________________). This is issued without any guarantee or responsibility on the Bank or any of the officers.

( Signature ) For the Bank Note:- In case of partnership firm, certificate to include names of all partners as recorded with the bank. FORM OF WORKING CAPITAL CERTIFICATE FROM A SCHEDULED BANK (For class IV (B&R), Class IV (Elect.),Class IV (Furniture), Hort. (All classes) Certificate that Shri/ M/s_______________________________ S/o W/o

___________________and

resident(s) of __________________________ has/have

been maintaining a saving bank account / current account /fixed deposit account with this branch of bank since ______________________ and an amount not less than Rs. _________________________) has been available to the credit in his / her /their account No. _________________________ for the last six months.

(Signature) For the Bank

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Annexure-VI LIST OF DOCUMENTS /INFORMATION REQUIRED TO BE SUBMITTED FOR CHANGE OF CONSTITUTION A. Documents to be submitted 1. Copy of proposed partnership deed duly signed/proposed Memorandum of articles. 2. Attested copy/copies of valid ITCC(s) in respect of each proposed partner. 3. An undertaking sworn in before a 1st class Magistrate by all the partners to the effect that the new firm will take over all assets and liabilities. 4. Dissolution deed/consent of retiring partners/death certificate in case of death of a partner. B. Furnish the following details in respect of each partner with whom contractor's firm wants to enter into a partnership (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) (v) Whether he is enlisted with PWD (B&R). Whether he is a dismissed Govt. servant. Whether he is a partner /director of any firm enlisted with this PWD (B&R). Whether he is a member of Indian Parliament or State Legislature. Whether his name has been blacklisted or removed from the approved list of contractors or demoted to lower class or orders banning/suspending business with him by any department in the past. (vi) (vii) (viii) Whether he is a dismissed/removed/retired Govt. servant within 2 years. Whether he has any relative working in PWD(B&R) , if yes, give details. Whether he has any civil or criminal case pending in any court in India, if yes give details. Signature of the Contractor

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Annexure-VII CONTRACTOR'S PERFORMANCE REPORT FOR WORKS COMPLETED OR UNDER EXECUTION, FOR REVALIDATION OF ENLISTMENT Part-1 (to be filled by the contractor) 1. Name of the Contractor 2. Name of work. 3. Agreement no. 4. Name of division in which the work was executed. 5. Estimated cost put to tender. 6. Tendered Cost 7. Gross amount of final bill/work done till date. 8. Stipulated date of Start and Completion Actual date of completion or percentage progress. 9. Actual date of completion or percentage progress. 10. Amount of compensation levied for delay, if any. 11. Amount reduced rate items, if any. 12. Did the contractor go for arbitration? 13. If yes, total amount claimed & amount awarded.

Signature of the contractor Part II (to be filled by the department) Note:- This performance report, duly completed by EE&SE, should be forwarded to enlistment authority within two weeks of its receipt from the contractor. Certified that details given by the contractor in part-1 have been verified and found to be correct/have been corrected wherever necessary. Signature of Executive Engineer 3. Quality of work (Please grade as Very Good/Good/Satisfactory/Poor) (a) Grading by EE (b) Grading by SE Signature of Executive Engineer Signature of Executive Engineer

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ANNEXURE-VIII PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT APPLICATION FOR REVLIDATION OF ENLISTMENT The applicant should study carefully the Rules of Enlistment and the list of documents to be annexed with the application form before filling the form. Application found deficient in any respect are liable to be rejected without any further correspondence Class 1. 2. 3. Name of Applicant Nationality Address Regd. Office Category Shri M/s________________________ Indian Other _________________________________ _________________________________ _________________________________ _________________________________ _________________________________ 4. Telephone Number Fax Number Email 5. Constitution _________________________________ Individual Sole Proprietorship Partnership Firm Public Limited Company Private Limited Company

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6.

If partnership firm, name of the partners/if company, name of directors. 1. _________________________________ 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. _________________________________ _________________________________ _________________________________ _________________________________ _________________________________ Indian Other ___________________________ ___________________________ ___________________________

7.

(a) (b) (c)

Name of person holding power of attorney _______________ Nationality Liabilities _________________________________

8.

Name of Bankers with full address

9. 10. 11.

Place of Business

___________________________

Full time technical staff in applicant's employ; Does the applicant have sufficient T&P, machinery, equipment and workshop as per requirements mentioned in the enlistment Rules for the class & category applied for (Attach details on separate sheet) Yes No No No

12. 13. .

Does the application possess valid Electrical License (for electrical) Yes Details of enlistment with CPWD Yes (i) (ii) Enlistment No. & Date ______________________ Date of validity

14.

Is any person working with the applicant is a near relative of the officer/official of PWD (B&R) (see rules 18 of the Enlistment Rules) If answer to the above is yes, give details. Yes No

15.

Details of works completed and in progress during the last 5 years (to be filled in proforma as given in Annexure-VII). This list should include all works whose gross amount of work done is more than the required magnitude for the class in which registration is required. Yes No.

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16.

Certificates: (i) I/We (including all partners) certify that I/We have read the rules at Enlistment of Contractors in PWD as amended upto date and shall abide by them. (ii) (iii) I/we certify that I/We not get myself/ourselves registered as contractor in the Department under more than one name. I/we certify that the information given above is true to the best of the knowledge. I/we also understand that if any or the information is found wrong. I am liable to be debarred. (iv) (a) I certify that I did not retire as an Engineer of Gazetted rank or as a Gazetted Officer employed on Engineering or administrative during in any engineering. Department of the Government of Punjab during the last one year. I also certify that I have neither such a person under my employment nor shall I employ any such person within one year of his retirement except with the prior permission of the Government (Strike our whichever is not applicable.) Signature (s) of applicant (s)

Name 1.______________ 2.______________ 3.______________ 4.______________ 5.______________ 6.______________

Signature ______________ ______________ ______________ ______________ ______________ ______________

Address ___________ ___________ ___________ ___________ ___________ ___________

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Annexure-IX Documents Attached for Revalidation S.No 1 2. Documents Attested copy of power of attorney, if any Solvency certificate in original from scheduled bank in the proforma given in the Enlistment Rules. The Certificate should be on the bank's letter-head and in sealed cover. 3. 4. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Attested copy of valid Electrical License Attested copy of Enlistment order Attested copy of Enlistment order. Attested copies of award letters for works included in Annexure-II. Attested and valid income Tax Clearance Certificate Attested and valid Sales Tax Clearance Certificate Annexure-VII with acknowledgement of EE. Yes No

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Annexure-X PROFORMA FOR GIVING CERTIFICATE FOR TENDERS SUBMITTED B THE CONTRACTOR Sub: Revalidation of contractor Class-( that ) in PWD (B&R) M/s Shri _____________

Certified

_______________________________________________________________ have submitted tenders for the following works. Name of Work Date of Tender Estimated cost put to tender Position of Tender

Signature of Executive Engineer With full address and office seal

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Annexure-III Works Completed and in progress during the last five years (including all works awarded) (Add additional sheets if necessary) Name of Work & Agreement Date of Start Date of Completion Stipulated Actual Reasons for delay & compensation levied if any Tendered cost Gross cost of Completion Net amount received Name, designation & complete address of the authority for whom the work was done

Sr. No

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Category

Class

Enlistment Authority

Tendering Limit

Civil

1

Superintending Engineer

Upto Rs.5 Crores

ENLISTMENT OF CONTRACTOR (Committee Recommendations) Past Experience Financial Engineering of completed Soundness Establishment works (Contract agreement) in last 5 years 3 contract Solvency Project Manager Agreement of Rs. certificate of (1 No.). BE (Civil) 75.00 lacs each in Rs. 2crores with 3 year Exp. In respective respective category; category Construction Engineer (1 No.) BE (Civil and 1 No. Diploma Engineer with 3 years Exp. in respective category.

T& P Machinery

Enlistment Fee (For two years) Rs. 25000/-

Road. Work. Smooth Wheel Roller (2 No.); Vibratory Roller (1 No.); Hot Mix Plant (1 No.); Paver Finisher (1No.); Water Tanker (2 No.); Bitumen sprayer (1No.); Tipper (5 No.); Air Compressor (1 No.); Front End Loader (1 No.) and a Well Equipped Laboratory. Building Works. Concrete Mixer with weigh batching (2 Nos); Steel Centering & Shuttering 3000 sqm.; Building Hoists (2 Nos.); Vibrators (Needle & surface) with well equipped lab. Bridge Works. Concrete Mixer with integral weigh batching (2 Nos); Concrete

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batching and mixing plant (1 No.); Tipper (2 Nos.) ; crane for sinking, vibrators (Needle & surface) and

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Category

Class

Enlistment Authority

Tendering Limit

ENLISTMENT OF CONTRACTOR (Committee Recommendations) Past Experience Financial Engineering of completed Soundness Establishment works (Contract agreement) in last 5 years

T& P Machinery

Enlistment Fee (For two years)

II

Superintending Engineer

Upto Rs.1 Crores

3 contract Agreement of Rs. 25.00 lacs in respective category

Solvency certificate of Rs. 50 lacs

One graduate Civil Engineer with 1 year exp. and diploma holder in Engineer (Civil)

III

Superintending Engineer

Upto Rs. 30 lacs

Three works of Rs. 5 lacs each in respective category

Solvency certificate of Rs. 15 lacs

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One graduate Engineer (C) with minimum

a well equipped Lab. Road. Work. Road Roller (3 No.); Truck or Tipper (3 No.); Water Tanker (2 No.); Front End Loader (1 No.) & a well equipped Lab. Building Works. Concrete Mixer with full bag capacity (2 No); Steel Centering & Shuttering 2000 sqm.; Building Hoists (1 Nos.); Vibrators (Needle & surface) with well equipped lab. Bridge Works. Concrete Mixer with integral weigh batching (1 No); Truck/Tipper (2 No.) vibrators (Needle & surface) with well equipped lab. Road Works: Road Roller (2 Nos.); Water Tanker (1 No.); Tractor Trolley or

Rs. 15000/-

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experience of 1 year or Dip. Holder with 3.

Truck or Tipper; Equipment for material testing.

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Category

Class

Enlistment Authority

Tendering Limit

ENLISTMENT OF CONTRACTOR (Committee Recommendations) Past Experience of Financial completed works Soundness (contract agreement) in last 5 years

Engineering Establishment Years Exp. in the respective category

T&P/Machinery

Enlistme nt Fee (for two years)

IV

Executive Engineer Superintending Engineer

Up to Rs. 10 lacs Upto Rs. 5 Crores

Nil

Furniture /Interior Decorator

I

Three works of Rs. 5 lac each

Certificate for working capital of Rs. 1.00 lac for at least last six months. Solvency certificate of Rs. 25 lacs

Nil

Building Works: Concrete Mixer full bag capacity (1 No.); Steel Centering and Shuttering 1000 sqm., Vibrator (needle) & Equipment for material testing. Nil

Rs. 5000/-

II

Superintending Engineer

Rs. 10 lacs

Three works of Rs. 3 lac each

Solvency certificate of Rs. 8 lacs

Designers capable of producing well thought out schemes for furnishing large buildings. Nil

Properly fitted workshop, painting, polishing & other finishing equipment Properly fitted workshop, painting, polishing & other finishing equipment Properly fitted

Rs.25000/-

Rs.15000/-

III

Superintending

Rs. 5 lacs

Three works of Rs. 1 lac

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Solvency certificate of

Nil

Rs.10000/-

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Engineer

each

Rs. 4 lacs

workshop, painting, polishing & other

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Category

Class

Enlistment Authority

Tendering Limit

ENLISTMENT OF CONTRACTOR (Committee Recommendations) Past Experience of Financial completed works Soundness (contract agreement) in last 5 years

Engineering Establishme nt

T&P/ Machinery finishing equipment

Enlistme nt Fee (for two years)

IV Horticult ure I

Executive Engineer Executive Engineer (Hort)

Rs. 1.5 lacs Upto Rs. 15 lacs

Certificate for working capital of Rs. 25000. Three works of Certificate for Horticultural activity each working capital of costing Rs. 3 lacs or more. Rs.50000.

Nil

Rs. 5000/ Nil All implements for day-to-day working and carriage. No. T&P shall be issued by the deptt. All implements for day-to-day working and carriage. No. T&P shall be issued by the deptt.

Rs. 15000/-

II

Executive Engineer (Hort)

Rs. 5 lacs

Three works of Certificate for Horticultural activity each working capital of costing Rs. 1 lacs or more. Rs.20000/-.

Rs. 10000/-

III

Executive Engineer (Hort)

Rs. 1.5 lacs

Should be in business for at least three years.

Rs. 5000/

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Electrical

I

Superintending Engineer (Electrical)

Upto Rs. 5 crores

Three Works of Rs. 10 Solvency certificate lakhs each. At least one of Rs. 50 lakhs work should be of internal electrification of building

One graduate engineer (E) with experience of 3 years or one diploma holder (E) with minimum experience of 5 years

Steel/Aluminium ladder 1.5 m to 8m, chase cutting machines, Torque wrench for nut/bolt/screws; Primary & Secondary injection equipment, dielectrical strength testing equipment, magnetic dial indicator for alignment; conduit die set; Pipe vice; Bench vice; LT Meggar 500 volts & HT Meggar 5000 volts; Tong Tester Multimeter; Hydraulically operated & hand operated crimping machines, Earth

Rs. 25000/-

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tester; Portable drilling machine; overhead conduit

Category

Class

Enlistment Authority

Tendering Limit

ENLISTMENT OF CONTRACTOR (Committee Recommendations) Past Experience Financial of completed Soundness works (contract agreement) in last 5 years

Engineering Establishment

T&P/Machinery

Enlistme nt Fee (for two years)

puller, Test Bench for light fittings & MCB DB. II Superintending Engineer (Electrical) Upto Rs. 20 lakhs Three works of Rs. 5 lakhs each. At least one work should be of internal electrical of building Solvency certificate of Rs. 10 lakhs One diploma holder (E) with minimum experience of 5 years Steel/Aluminium ladder 1.5 m to 8m, Conduit die set; Pipe vice; Bench vice; LT Meggar 500 volts & HT Meggar 5000 volts; Tong Tester Multimeter; Hydraulically operated & hand operated crimping machines, Earth Rs. 15000/-

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tester; Portable drilling machine; overhead conduit puller, Test Bench for light fittings & MCB DB. III Superintending Engineer (Electrical) Upto Rs. 7.5 lacs Three works of 2 Solvency lakhs each. At least certificate of Rs.4 one works should lakhs be of internal electrification of building. One diploma holder (Electrical)

Co Conduit die set; Pipe vice; Bench vice; LT Meggar 500 volts & HT Meggar 5000 volts; Tong Tester Multimeter; Hydraulically operated & hand operated crimping machines, Earth tester; Portable drilling machine; overhead conduit puller, Test Bench for light fittings & MCB DB.

Rs. 10000/-

IV

Executive Engineer (Electrical) Superintending Engineer

Upto Rs. 2.5 lakhs Upto Rs. 5 crore

HVAC

I

Two works of Rs. 30000/- each or one works of Rs. 50,000/Three works of Rs. 15 lakhs each. At least two works should be of

Certificate for working capital of Rs.25,000/-. Solvency certificate of Rs. 50 lakhs One graduate Engineer

Steel/ Aluminium ladder 1.5 m to 8m, chase cutting machines,

Rs. 5000/-

Rs. 25000/-

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The Deptt. conduct the inspection of Bridges & Culverts on all the roads in the State in periodical manner according to the guidelines laid down by the competent authority with respect to parameters.

PROFORMA FOR CONDITION SURVEY OF BRIDGES NH No. Location of bridge in Km. Name of River/Water Body/Bridge Year of completion of bridge Type of bridge(RCC/PSC, slab, timber, steel, Total length of bridge in `m' with span Width of carriageway and footpaths Whether located in back waters/chemical Zone? Condition of the various bridge components: Name of components Approaches: Condition of pavement surface Side slopes Approach slab Retaining walls Protection works: Slope pitching, apron, floor protection, toe walls etc. Scour in river bed Waterway Obstruction in waterways, island formation, vegetation growth, etc. Flow pattern and banks FOUNDATION: Type Material Condition of foundation Piers/Abutments

Condition Check unevenness settlement, cracking, potholes etc Erosion embankment, damage to pitching etc. Check settlement, cracks, movement etc. Check subsidence, tilting, weep holes etc. Nature of damage, if any. Check any abnormal scour noticed Presence and its impact on flow Meandering in flow and erosion of banks CC/RCC/Masonry/well/Pile CC/Masonry/Timber Settlement, Scour, Tilting Settlement, Scour, Tilting Cracking, Disintegration, Decay, spalling, Rusting, Exposed reinforcement.

SUBSTRUCTURE:

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Type Condition.

Well(solid/hollow), Circular/Oval, Cracking, Disintegration, Decay, spalling, Rusting, etc Cavitation, honeycombing, spalling, rusting, stains. ((Sliding plate/Rockerroller/Elastomeric/Paper/Concrete. Etc. Movement/sliding Loss of shape, rusting, Cleanliness, greasing, etc Simply supported/continuous/ continuous overhang/balanced cantilever. (RCC/PSC/steel/Timber/masonry etc) T-beam, slab/box-girder/

BEARING: Type Condition

SUPERSTRUCTURE: Structural System Type Arrangement Condition(girder)

Cracking/spalling/scaling/exposed reinforcement/deformation Condition(Deck) Cracking/spalling/scaling/exposed reinforcement/leakage/vibration/exposed reinforcement Corrosion/Painting/Loose rivet joints

In case of steel bridges Expansion joint: Type Condition Wearing Coat: Type Surface condition Drainage Spouts Handrails/Parapet: Type Damage/missing parts if any Footpaths: Damage/missing parts for precast slabs Utilities: Type Leakage/Damage if any Special Observation/Remarks if any

(Concrete/Bituminous) Cracks/Potholes/riding Quality Clogging and damage if any

Water/sewer/electrical/Telephone

Member

Member

Ex.Engr.(PWD)

Team leader

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The State Govt. has framed BOT policy to encourage the private participation in road sector.

The major provisions of the policy/guidelines are as follows: 1. The Govt. of Punjab has existing Land Acquisition Act, which provides for speedy acquisition of land. However, if Central Govt. enact a new ordinance for acquisition of land and if the same is made applicable to the states, that ordinance shall be adopted for BOT projects. The Govt. may also acquire land through, negotiation with the land owner. 2. There is immediate need to widen/4-lane certain stretches of State roads, Construction of Bridges & Rail Over Bridges, Grade separators, Bye passes, maintenance, improvement, strengthening etc. since it is not possible to undertake this task within budgetary resources, Govt. has decided to invite private participation for this task and has also decided to levy user fee (Toll) on completed projects. 3. In the case of B.O.T. projects, the financial liability of the State Govt. would be negligible except in cases where continued toll collection is frustrated by the changes in the policy of the Govt. or under exceptional, circumstances or the force majeure. In such cases, the Govt. may consider to compensate the entrepreneurs suitably. 4. In cases where B.O.T. projects attract foreign investment and foreign investor seek rupee-dollar parity, Govt. may consider to provide for such a risk in consultation with Central Govt. 5. Government have decided to constitute a high powered committee under the Chairmanship of Chief Secretary to Govt. of Punjab with Secretary Finance, Secretary to Revenue, Secretary Planning, Secretary Housing & Urban Development, Secretary Public Works (B&R), Legal Remembrances and Chief Engineer PWD (B&R) as member, to select B.O.T. projects, and to regulate B.O.T. terms and conditions. The salient features of the Government approved BOT guidelines for private sector participations in the Highway Sector are: Invitation of "Licence Period" competitive bids. Government will bear the cost of :

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a) b)

Pre-feasibility studies. Detailed feasibility study may also be conducted on case to case basis. Acquisition of land for the project and assistance in acquisition of land, if requested, for enroute facility and for real estate development. Government may take the land through negotiation with land owner.

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Relocation of Utilities. Environmental mitigation measures:

Suitable provision relating to adjustment of toll fee structure for inflation and exchange rate variations. Permitting development of highway facilities along side so as to provide predetermined revenue sources for the entrepreneurs with tin the frame work of Rules/Acts. Dispute resolution under Indian Arbitration Act, 1996. In the event of losses arising out of situation of exceptional circumstances or force majeure, the Govt. may suitably compensate the entrepreneurs on the basis of fair and balanced allocation of risks.

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SECTION - V

The rules, regulations, instructions, manuals and records, held by it or under its control or used by its employees for discharging is functions The Public Works Department is using the following Acts, Rules & Guidelines:1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. Punjab PWD Manual of Order. Punjab PWD Code. Punjab Mechanical Vehicles (Bridges & Roads Tolls) Act, 1998 along with amendments dated 27-06-05 and ordinance dated 13-07-05. National Highway Act. Common Schedule of Rates. PWD Specifications. MORT&H Specifications. B.O.T. policy of Punjab Govt. Guidelines for enlistment for contractors. Guidelines for access for fuel stations, service stations and rest area along roads. Inspection of Major Bridges. Traffic census data for Major Roads. Punjab Regional Town Planning Devolvement Act. Public Premises Act 1973. Land Acquisition Act. Contract Act. Arbitration & Conciliation Act. Policy on Road Side Advertisement of I.R.C. I.R.C. Codes. Punjab(1) Public Works Department-Contractor Labour Regulations. Punjab Civil Service Rules. Account Code Volume (III). Punjab Financial Rules. Departmental Financial Rules.

The Punjab Treasury Rules.

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Section - VI

SECTION - VI

Statement of categories of documents held / under control: 1) Contract documents which include: a) A complete set off drawings showing the general dimensions of the proposed work, and so far as necessary, details of the various parts. b) A complete specification of the work to be done and of the materials to be used, unless reference can be made to some standard specification. c) A schedule of the quantities of the various descriptions of work. d) A set of "conditions of contract" to be complied with by the person whose tender may be accepted. 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) 7) 8) Detailed estimates of works after being sanctioned by the Competent Authority are available with divisional office. Standard plans of buildings. As built drawings of buildings and bridges showing the work actually constructed. Inspection reports of inspections carried out by Chief Engineers and Superintending Engineers. Records connected with expenditure on works. Monthly stock balance including register of T&P. Statement of receipt issues and balance of road metal.

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Section - VII

SECTION - VII

The particulars of any arrangement that exist for consultation with or representation by the members of the public in relation to the formulation of the policy or implementation thereof At present, no arrangements exist for consultation with or representation by the members of the public in relation to the formulation of the policy or implementation thereof. However, in case of PMGSY and New Link Roads, the roads to be constructed are decided after consultation with the Local Representatives of Legislative Assembly and Parliament.

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SECTION - VIII

A Statement of the boards, councils, committees and other bodies consisting of two or more persons constituted as its part or for the purpose of its advice, and as to whether meetings of those boards, councils, committees and other bodies are open to the public, or the minutes of such meetings are accessible for public List of all committee(s) constituted for purpose of taking decisions at various levels of Punjab PWD (B&R) are: 1) Direction Committee of Chief Engineers: This Committee considers and approves any change in construction methodology specifications or material. It monitors the implementation of the existing construction practices and recommends any change required therein. The Road Data Book is also approved by this Committee. 2) Quarry Committee of Superintending Engineers: This Committee gives recommendations for fixing the rates at quarry site for various quarries in Punjab for various gauges of fine aggregate, course aggregate and bajari etc. for road works conforming the Punjab PWD / MOST specifications. These rates are then approved for estimating and tender purposes only. However, while allotment, the lowest competitive rates are allotted and paid.

3)

Zonal Committee for plains (Zone A) for Common Schedule of rates: This Committee consists of Superintending Engineers from Punjab PWD (B&R), Civil Circle, Electrical Circle, Public Health, Irrigation Branch, Punjab State Electricity Board etc. The Committee fixes / revises the premium over and above the rates listed in common schedule of rates considering the minimum wages fixed by the Labour Commissioner, Punjab and increase in rates as a result of increase in rates of Steel, Cement, Diesel, Oil, Lubricants and other material etc. These rates are also for estimating purposes only.

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4)

Zonal Committee for sub-mountainous region (Zone B) for Common Schedule of rates: This Committee consists of Superintending Engineers from Punjab PWD (B&R), Civil Circle, Electrical Circle, Public Health, Irrigation Branch, Punjab State Electricity Board etc. The Committee fixes the premium over and above the rates listed in common schedule of rates considering the minimum wages fixed by the Labour Commissioner, Punjab and increase in rates as a result of increase in rates of Steel, Cement, Diesel, Oil, Lubricants and other material etc. These rates are also for estimating purposes only.

The meetings of these Committees are not open to public.

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Section - IX

SECTION - IX

Directories of its officers and employees:

Sr. No. 1 Name of Officer Designation Office Phone No. Office S. Partap Singh Bajwa Cabinet Minister, PWD (B&R) Room No. 25, 5th Floor, Civil Secretariat, Chandigarh Civil Secretariat, Chandigarh Room No. 414, Mini Secretariat, Sector 9, Chandigarh Room No. 206, Mini Secretariat, Sector 9, Chandigarh PRBDB Chandigarh Head Office Patiala. Head Office Patiala. Head Office Patiala. Chandigarh 2740105 Resi. 2740988

2

Sadhu Singh Dharamsot Sh. R.S. Sandhu

Parliamentary Secretary, PWD (B&R) Secretary, PWD (B&R) Addl. Secretary, PWD (B&R) Chief Engineer(IP)

2740255

2749587

3

2742920

2696371

4

Sh. T.P.S. Sidhu

2743425

2570446

5

Er. Kuldeep Singh

2362545 PTA/2665573CH . 2358280

2742842CH

6

Er. T.C. Bali

Chief Engineer(North)

2200752

7

Er. A.P.Singh

Chief Engineer(South) Chief Engineer(N.H.)

2356254

2307107

8

Er. A.K. Sood

2364933

2212017PTA/ 2585938CH. 2698158

9

Er.T.S.Gill

Chief Engineer (Elect./Buldgs.) Chief Engineer(Central) Superintending Engineer(P&I)

2742239

10

Er. T.C. Bali

Head Office Patiala. Head Office Patiala.

2358280

2200752

11

Er. Sham Lal

214 (Extn.)

2301557

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Section - IX Sr. No. 12 Name of Officer Designation Office Phone No. Office Er.C.L.Verma D.R.D Head Office Patiala. Traffice Engg.Cell.Chd. Director Q.C.C.CHD. Head Office Patiala. Head Office Patiala. Head Office Patiala. Head Office Patiala. Head Office Patiala. Head Office Patiala. Head Office Patiala. Head Office Patiala. Head Office Patiala. Head Office Patiala. Head Office Patiala. 308 (Extn.) 215 (Extn.) Resi.

13

Er.N.K.Aggarwal

Superintending Engineer Superintending Engineer ExecutiveEngineer (Budget) ExecutiveEngineer (Rural Road) ExecutiveEngineer (D-II/III) ExecutiveEngineer (GPF)/(P.R.) ExecutiveEngineer (D-I) ExecutiveEngineer (GAC) ExecutiveEngineer (D-3/Non Gaz.Esstt.) ExecutiveEngineer (D-4) ExecutiveEngineer (Works&P.C) ExecutiveEngineer (P-I) ExecutiveEngineer (Monitoring)

2702621

2267253

14

I.A.Khan

2704613

15

Er. R.C.Suri

217 (Extn.)

16

Er. Swaran Singh

223 (Extn.)

17

Er. S.C. Khanna

209 (Extn.)

18

Er. Vinod Gupta

322 (Extn.)

19

Er. Dharamvir Goel

328 (Extn.)

20

Er. Bakshish Singh

(Extn.)

21

Er. Anil Kumar Garg

326 (Extn.)

22

Er. Kuldip Singh

23

Er. Karnail Singh Mehra

24

Er. R.P.Singh

216 (Extn.)

25

Er.N.S.Brar

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Section - IX Sr. No. 26 Name of Officer Designation Office Phone No. Office Er. B.S.Sehra ExecutiveEngineer Dy.Director Res.Lab Patiala Head Office Patiala. Head Office Patiala. Head Office Patiala. Head Office Patiala. Head Office Patiala. Head Office Patiala. Head Office Patiala. Head Office Patiala. Q.C.C. Chd. 2704290 307 (Extn.) 2200029 Resi. 2207443

27

Er. Satish Grover

ExecutiveEngineer (P&D) Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer ExecutiveEngineer

28

Er. Anil Kumar Gupta

29

Er. Bhagwant Singh

429 (Extn.)

30

Er. Jaspal Singh

307 (Extn.)

31

Er. Ritcha Aggarwal

307 (Extn.)

-

32

Gurmeet Singh Sarao

429 (Extn.)

33

Er. Joginder Singh Thind Er.Gagandeep Singh

34

35

Er. P.P Chhabra

36

Er. V.K. Thapar

ExecutiveEngineer

Q.C.C. Chd.

2704290

37

Er. Pavitar Singh Walia

ExecutiveEngineer

Q.C.C. Chd.

2704290

38

Er. Surinder kumar

Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer

Q.C.C. Chd.

2704290

39

Er. N.N.Chopra

Q.C.C. Chd.

2704290

40

Er. R.P.S. Kanwal

Q.C.C. Chd.

2704290

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Section - IX Sr. No. 41 Name of Officer Designation Office Phone No. Office Er. Bhupiner Singh Toki Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Superintending Engineer Executive Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Executive Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Q.C.C. Chd. 2704290 Resi. -

42

Er. Jasbir Singh

Q.C.C. Chd.

2704290

-

43

Er. Avtar Singh Bains

T.E.C. Chd.

2702256

44

Er. Shah Gorinder Singh Er. Jaspreet Singh Dhindsa Er. Balbir Singh Bakshi

T.E.C. Chd.

2702256

45

Design Cell Chd.

46

Research Lab Pta.

47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57

Kulbir Singh Paramjit Goel Er. N.P.Singh Er. Ravi Chawla Er. P.C. Singla J.E. Ashwani Kumar (Addl.Charge) Ram Partap Singh Amarjit Singh Er. Deepak Goel Er. Amarjeet Singh (Addl. Charge) Er. Sukhdev Singh Kalsi

Constn. Circle No.1, Patiala Provl.Divn.No.I, Patiala. Provl.SubDivn.No. I, Patiala. Provl.SubDivn.No. 2, Patiala. Provl.SubDivn.No. 4, Patiala. Provl.SubDivn.No. 6, Patiala. Hort.Sub Divn. Patiala. Const.Divn, Patiala Const.SubDivn No.I Patiala Const.SubDivn, No.2, Patiala Const.SubDivn, Samana

2362126 2356435

2212211 2212241

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Section - IX Sr. No. 58 59 60 61 62 63 Name of Officer Designation Office Phone No. Office Er. M.S.Kajla Er. Suresh Kumar J.E. (Addl. Charge) Er. Harbans Lal Er. Sukhvinder Singh Bedi Er. Vishal Gupta Er. Pardaman Singh Executive Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Superintending Engineer Executive Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Executive Engineer Const.Divn, Nabha Const.SubDivnNo. 3, Patiala Const.SubDivnNo. 1 , Nabha Const.SubDivnNo. 2, Nabha Provl.Sub Divn.Nabha P.A.to SE Const.Circle No.1, Patiala. Const.Circle No.2, Patiala Provl Divn.No.2, Patiala. Provl..SubDivn, Rajpura Const.SubDivnNo. 4, Patiala Provl..SubDivnNo. 3 Patiala. Provl.SubDivnNo. 5, Patiala Shiffted to Mubarakpur Const.Divn.No.2 Mohali Siffted to Fatehgarh Sahib Const.SubDivnNo. 3, Mohali Provl..SubDivn, Sirhind Const.SubDivn.Sir hind PA to SE Patiala Circle No.2 Const.Divn.Sirhin d 222275 2272961 2604161CH. 2363199 2362100 2267253 2227941 220135 Resi. 220668 -

64 65 66 67 68 69

Er.Satnam Singh Er. M.S. Chatha Er. Bhupinder Singh Er. Jagdish Singh Vacant Er. Randhir Singh

70

Er. Rakesh Kumar Gupta Vacant Vacant Er. Manpreet Singh Dua Vacant Er. Amardeep Singh

71 72 73 74 75

Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Executive Engineer

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Section - IX Sr. No. Name of Officer Designation Office Phone No. Office d 76 77 Er. Parminder Singh Tiwana Er. Manmeet Singh Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Superintending Engineer Executive Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Executive Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Executive Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Executive Engineer Provl..SubDivn.Sir hind at Fatehgarh Sahib Const.SubDivn.No .1, Sirhind at Bassi Pathana Const.SubDivn. Morinda Const.Circle Sangrur Const.Divn. Sangrur Provl.SubDivn.Su nam Const.SubDivn.No .3, Sangrur Const.SubDivn. Lehragaga Const.Division Barnala Provl.SubDivn. Barnala Const.SubDivn.No .1, Barnala Const.SubDivn.No .2, Barnala PA to SE Sangrur Const.Divn. Malerkotla Provl.SubDivn. Melarkotla Const.SubDivn.No .1, Melarkotla Const.SubDivn.No .2, Malerkotla Provl.SubDivn Sangrur 234114 2267226CH 253008 253008 230600 230672 234349 234092 234253 2217819Bth. Resi.

78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93

Er. Yuvraj S. Bindra Er.G.C.Midha Er.Baltej Singh Sidhu Er. Bankesh Sharma Er. Sohan Lal Garg (Addl. Charge) Er. Brahmjeet Singh J.E. (Addl. Charge) Er. Joginder Singh Vacant Vacant Vacant Vacant Er. T.S.Chahal Er. Jiwanlal Garg Er.Rajpreet Singh Er. Amarjit Singh Er. Sher Mohamad

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Section - IX Sr. No. 94 95 96 97 98 99 100 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 Name of Officer Designation Office Phone No. Office Er. Rajeev berry Vacant Vacant Er. P.S. Aulakh Er. Raj Kumar Er. V.K. Sehgal Er. Inderjit Singh Er. Bhag Singh Er. B.R.Bhatia Er. Parshotam Dass Er. Prem Kumar Er. Adesh Gupta Vacant Er. Sarbjit Singh Sandhu Er. Kulwant Singh Bhutani Vacant Er. R.P. Singh Er. J.S. Nanda Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Superintending Engineer Exeucutive Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Exeucutive Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Exeucutive Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Exeucutive Engineer Provl.SubDivn Sangrur Const.SubDivn.No .1 Sangrur Const.SubDivn.No .2 Sangrur Const.Circle Ferozepur Const.Divn.No.1 Ferozepur Const.SubDivn.No .1 Ferozepur Const.Sub Divn.Guru Har Sahai Const.SubDivn. Jalalabad Const Division No. 2 Ferozepur Provl.SubDivn. Abohar Const.SubDivn. Abohar Const.SubDivn.No .3, Ferozepur PA to SE Ferozepur Provl.Divn. Ferozepur Provl.SubDivn., Ferozepur Const.SubDivn.Zir a Const.Sub Divn.No.2, Ferozepur Const.Divn.No.3 Ferozepur 2460035 246005 244109 245282 244026 243857 Resi.

247397

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Section - IX Sr. No. 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120 121 122 123 124 125 126 127 128 Er.Preet Narain Singh Er. Manjeet Singh Er. Bikar Singh Vacant Er. A. K. Singla Er. Satish K. Goel Vacant Er. Jaswinder Singh Er. Anil Gupta Er. Tek Singh Er. Gurnaib Singh Er. Prem K. Bansal Er. Satish Gupta Er. Angrej Singh Name of Officer Designation Office Phone No. Office Vacant Vacant Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Superinteinding Engineer Executive Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Executive Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Executive Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Executive Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Const.Sub Divn.No.5, Ferozepur Const.Sub Divn.No.4, Ferozepur Const.Circle Bathinda Provl.Divn. Mansa Provl Sub.Divn.No.1, Mansa Provl Sub.Divn.No.2, Mansa Provl Sub.Divn. Budhlada Provl.Division Bathinda Provl Sub.Divn.No.1, Bathinda Provl Sub.Divn.No.2, Bathinda Provl Sub.Divn. Gonianaat Bathinda Const.Divn.No.1, Bathinda Const Sub.Divn.No.1, Bathinda Provl Sub.Divn.No.3, Bathinda Const. Sub.Divn. Rampuraphul Const.Divn.No.2, Bathinda Provl.Sub Divn.No.4, Bathinda 2212428 2212103 2212878 2222292 Resi.

2240582 226119

2211811 228919

2211519

2212797

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Section - IX Sr. No. 129 130 131 132 133 134 135 136 137 138 139 140 141 142 Name of Officer Designation Office Phone No. Office Vacant Er. Mander Singh Vacant Er. T.S. Gill Er. J.S. Judge Er. Jaswinder Singh Er. Gian Singh Er. Suresh K. Sharma Er. K.S. Bhindar Er. Paramjoti Arora Vacant Er. Inderjit Singh Er. Arvinder Singh Er. Indermohan Singh Sodhion contrect basis Er. Gajinder Singh Er.Inderjeet S.Dhanoa Vacant Er. J.S.Mann Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Superintending Engineer Executive Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Executive Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Executive Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Executive Engineer Const.Circle, Chandigarh Provl.Divn. Mohali Const.Sub Divn.No.1, Mohali Provl.Sub Divn., Anandpur Sahib Const.Sub Divn., Anandpur Sahib Const Divn. Ropar Provl.Sub Divn. Ropar Const.Sub Divn. Ropar Const.Sub Divn.2,Ropar Provl.Divn. Chandigarh Provl.Sub Divn.No.1Chandig arh Provl.Sub Divn.No.2,Chandi garh Provl.Sub Divn.Mohali Provl.Sub Divn.New Delhi Const.Divn.No.1, Mohali 2225863 2772691 2702608 2649682 2222934 222901 2702985 2226328 2264009 2607597 Const.Sub Divn.No.2, Bathinda Const.Sub Divn.No.3, Bathinda Resi.

143 144 145 146

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Section - IX Sr. No. 147 148 149 150 151 152 153 154 155 156 157 158 159 160 161 162 163 164 165 166 Name of Officer Designation Office Phone No. Office Er. Sukhdeep Dhindsa Er. Gurbax Singh Er. Mohan Singh Er. Sugandh Bhullar Er. Gian Chand (Horticulture) Er. Balbir Singh Er. M.S.Nagi Er. Sukhdev Singh Er Raj Kumar Aggarwal (A.C) Er. Chand Singh Brar Er. Shamsher Singh Sukhdev Singh Sukhdev Singh Er. Sukhdev Singh Sukhdev Singh Er. V.J.S.Dhindsa Er. Ram Dev Kayshap, J.E.,(Addl. Charge) Er. Charanjit Singh Bains Er. B.S. Tuli Er. N.R.Goel Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Executive Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Superintending Engineer Executive Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Executive Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Executive Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Executive Engineer Construction Circle Faridkot Provl.Divn.Faridko t Provl.Sub Divn.Faridkot Const.Sub Divn.No.2 Faridkot Const.Sub Divn.Kotakpura Const.Divn.Faridk ot Const.Sub Divn.No.1Faridkot Const.Sub Divn.No.2 Jatio Provl.Sub Divn.Gidarwaha Const.Divn.Moga Provl.Sub Divn.Moga Const.Sub Divn.No.1,Moga Const.Sub Divn.No.2,Moga Const.Divn.Mukat 262157 291923 250970 250859 250178 251082 Provl.Sub Divn.Kharar Const.Sub Divn.No.2,Mohali Const.Sub Divn.Kharar PA to SE Chd. Horticulture Divn.Mohali 2227781 2263304 Resi.

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Section - IX Sr. No. Name of Officer Designation Office Phone No. Office sar 167 168 169 170 171 172 173 174 175 176 177 178 179 180 181 182 183 Er. Nirmal Singh Er. Bhagwan Dass Er. Darshan Singh Kewal Krishan Sharma Vacant Er. J.P.Chander G.S.AZAAD Sh. Jagdish Ram Sharma Er. Satwinder Singh Sekhon Vacant Er. S.P.S. Samra Er. Daljit Singh Sidhu Er. J.S. Tung Gurnam Singh Er. Jasbir Singh Jassi Er. Brij Mohan Bhardwaj Er. Bhupinder Tuli Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Superintending Engineer Executive Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Executive Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Executive Engineer Provl.SubDivn. Mukatsar Const.Sub Divn.Mukatsar Const.Sub Divn.No.2,Malout Const.Sub Divn.No.3,Malout PA to SE Faridkot Const.Circle,Ludhi ana Const.Divn.No.1, Ludhiana Const.Sub Divn.Jagraon Const.Sub Divn.No.2,Ludhia na Const.Sub Divn.No.3, Ludhiana Provl.Divn. Ludhiana Provl.Sub Divn.No.1 Ludhiana Provl.Sub Divn.No.2, Ludhiana Provl.Sub Divn.No.3, Ludhiana Const.Sub Divn.No.1, Ludhiana Hort.SubDivn. Ludhiana Const.Divn.No.2, Ludhiana 2420262 2420025 2443060 2443663 Resi.

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Section - IX Sr. No. 184 185 186 187 188 189 190 191 192 193 194 195 196 197 198 199 200 201 Name of Officer Designation Office Phone No. Office Er. Hardeep Singh Er. Tershem Raj J.E. (Addl. Charge) Er. Barinde Pal Singh Er. Ashok Goel Vacant Er. Balwinder Singh Er. Rakesh Garg Er. M.S. Nijjar Er. Harlinder Singh Dhillon Vacant Vacant Vacant Er. Major Singh Gill Er. Simar Singh Er. Manjeet Singh Er. Mohinder Pal Er. Ginder Singh Er. Jarnail Singh Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Executive Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Executive Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Superintending Engineer Executive Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Provl.Sub Divn. Khanna Provl.Sub Divn.Samrala Const.Sub Divn.4, Ludhiana Const.Divn.No.3, Ludhiana Const.Sub Divn.No.5,Ludhia na Const.Sub Divn.No.6,Ludhia na Const.Sub Divn.Doraha Const.Divn.No.4, Ludhiana Const.Sub Divn.No.7, Ludhiana Const.Sub Divn.No.8, Ludhiana Const.Sub Divn.No.9, Ludhiana PA to SE Ludhiana Const.Circle, Jallandhar Provl.Divn.Jalland har Provl.Sub Divn.No.1 Jallandhar Provl.Sub Divn.No.2, Jallandhar Provl.Sub Divn.Phillur Hort.Sub Divn.Jallandhar 2264911 2264910 2260079 2220825 2420072 3944055 2449071 2405080 Resi.

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Section - IX Sr. No. 202 203 204 205 206 207 208 209 210 211 212 213 214 215 216 217 218 219 Name of Officer Designation Office Phone No. Office Er. Teja Singh Sandhu Vacant Er. Nak Chand Vacant Er. Ajmer Singh Sabharwal Vacant Balibir Singh Er. R.K.Sahni Vacant Er.MAJOR SINGH GILL(Addl.Charge) Er.T.L.Dhall Er. Avtar Singh Er. Manjeet Singh Er. Kulwant Singh Er. H.K. Kalia Er. Daljit Singh Er. Manjeet Singh Er. M.L.Sood Executive Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Executive Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Superintending Engineer ExecutiveEngineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer ExecutiveEngineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer ExecutiveEngineer Const.Divn.No.1 Jallandhar Const.Sub Divn.No.1, Jallandhar Cantt. Const.Sub Divn.Phillur Provl.Sub Divn.Nakodar Const.Divn.No.2 Jallandhar Const.Sub Divn.No.2, Jallandhar Cantt. Const.Sub Divn.3 Jallandhar Const.Sub Divn.No.4, Jallandhar PA to SE Jallandhar Const.Circle No.2, Jallandhar Provl.Divn. NawanSehar Provl.Sub Divn. NawanSehar Const.Sub Divn. Nawansher Const.Divn.No.1, Kapurthalla Provl.Sub Divn.Kapurthalla Const.Sub Divn.Bhullath Const.Sub Divn.No.1,Kapurt hala Const.Divn.No.2, Kapurthalla 2224797 227505 2232926 261845 2264914 268461/227229 8 2264912 Resi. 2483477/24808 90

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Section - IX Sr. No. 220 221 222 223 224 225 226 227 228 229 230 231 232 233 234 235 236 237 Name of Officer Designation Office Phone No. Office Gurdip Singh Er. Balraj Bhalla Er. Varinder Kumar Vacant Vacant Er. M.S.Kajla Er. Hari paul Er. Gurdev Singh Vacant Er. Sohan Lal Bassi Er.A.K.Dhir Er. Inderjit Singh Er. J.S. Sodhi Er. Inderjeet Singh Er. Lakhwinder Singh Sandhu Er. Tarsem Lal Vacant Vacant Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Superintending Engineer Executive Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Executive Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Executive Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Const.Sub Divn.Sultanpur Lodhi Const.Sub Divn.No.2, Kapurthalla Const.Sub Divn.Phagawara Provl.Sub Divn.Phagwara PA to SE Jallandhar -2 Const.Circle, Amaritsar Provl.Divn.Amrits ar Provl.Sub Divn.Amritsar Provl.Sub Divn.No.3, Amritsar Const.Sub Divn.Beas. Const.Divn.No.1, Amritsar Const.Sub Divn.Amritsar. Provl.Sub Divn.Patti Const.Sub Divn.Tarantaran Const.Divn.No.2, Amritsar Provl.Sub Divn.No.2, Amritsar Provl.Sub Divn.No.4, Amritsar Const.Sub Divn.Ajanala 2274285 2564793 2507535 2.3E+07 2274881 2223295 2270640 Resi.

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Section - IX Sr. No. 238 239 240 241 242 243 244 245 246 247 248 249 250 251 252 253 254 255 Name of Officer Designation Office Phone No. Office Vacant Er. Sawtantar Kumar Er. Arun Kumar Vacant Vacant Er. R.S Bains Er. Baljit Singh (Addl. Charge) Er. G.R.Bains Vacant Vacant Vacant Er. Daljit Singh Vacant Vacant Er. T.R. Kathuria Er. Harkaran Singh Vacant Er. Suman Kumar Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Executive Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Executive Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Superintending Engineer Executive Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Executive Engineer PA to SE Amritsar Const.Circle, Hoshiarpur Provl.Divn.Hoshia rpur Provl.Sub Divn.No.1, Hoshiarpur Provl.Sub Divn.No.2, Hoshiarpur Const.Sub Divn.No.1, Hoshiarpur Provl.Sub Divn.Garhshankar Const.Divn.No.1, Hoshiarpur Const.Sub Divn.Dasuya Const.Sub Divn.No.2 Hoshiarpur Const.Sub Divn.Tanda Const.Divn.No.2, Hoshiarpur ConstSub Divn.No.1, Garhshankar Const.Sub Divn.No.2, Garhshenkar Const.Sub Divn.1, Hoshiarpur Const.Divn. Mukerian Const.Sub Divn. Mukerian Const.Sub Divn. Talwara 244074 2254149 Jall. 220455 243698 220325 222511 220425 243744 Resi.

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Section - IX Sr. No. 256 257 258 259 260 261 262 263 264 265 266 Er. Harjot Singh Er. Balbir Singh Bhaoparai Er. Bikar Singh Er. J.S Saran Er. S.P. Singh Er. Saravraj Kumar (Dual Charge) Er. Navin Kumar Mittal Er. Vippan Bansal Er. Pawan Kumar Er. Madan Bansal Er. Rajiv Kumar Saini Vacant Vacant Er. Ajay Kumar Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Executive Engineer (On Contract Basis) Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Executive Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Provl.Sub Divn. Gurdaspur Provl.Sub Divn.Batala Hort.Sub Divn. Gurdaspur Const.Divn.Gurda spur Const.Sub Divn.No.1,Gurdas pur Const.Sub Divn.Kalanor at Kahanowan Const.Sub Divn.No.2, Batala Const.Sub Divn.No.1, Batala Provl. Sub Divn No.1, Gurdaspur Const.Divn.Patha nkot Provl.Sub Divn.Pathankot Const.Sub Divn.No.1,Pathan kot Const.Sub Divn.No.2,Pathan kot PA to SE with PIDB 2221033 2221149 241214 230008 Name of Officer Designation Office Phone No. Office Er. Kamal Nain Er. Gian Chand Er.Har-Ashok Sharma Er. K.K. Garg Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Superintending Engineer Executive Engineer Provl.Sub Divn. Mukerian PA to SE Hoshiarpur Const.Circle Pathankot Provl.Divn.Gurdas pur 2224004 231398 2220520 245389 Resi.

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Section - IX Sr. No. 275 276 277 278 279 280 281 282 283 284 285 286 287 288 289 290 291 292 293 Er.Kewal Krishan Er. Avinash Singh Vacant Vacant Er. D.S. Sahi Er. Satinder Singh Er.Sulakhan Singh Er. Malkiat S. Jawanda Er. K.K. Kapoor Er. D.P. Singh Er. Ram Paul Vacant Vacant Er. Tehal Singh Vacant Er.C.J.Lal Er.B.B.Rampal Er. Arashdeep Singh Superintending Engineer Executive Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Executive Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Executive Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Superintending Engineer Executive Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Central Works Circle,Ludhiana Central Works Divn.No.1,Ludhia na C.W.Sub Divn.No.1 Ludhiana C.W.Sub Divn.No.2,Ludhia na C.W.Sub Divn.Moga Hort.Sub Divn.Ludhiana C.W.Divn.No.3 Ludhiana C.W.Sub Divn.No.4 Ludhiana C.W.Sub Divn.No.6,Ludhia na C.W.Sub Divn.No.7,Ludhia na C.W.Divn.Jallandh ar C.W.Sub Divn.1,Jallandhar C.W.Sub Divn.No.2,Jalland har C.W.Sub Divn.3,Jallandhar PA to SE C.W.Circle,Chandi garh C.W.Divn.Mohali C.W.Sub Divn.Chandigarh 2705258 2226070 2268051 775000 2420195 2410103 2420003 2422814 Name of Officer Designation Office Phone No. Office Resi.

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Section - IX Sr. No. 294 295 296 297 298 Name of Officer Designation Office Phone No. Office Vacant Vacant Er. S.L. Gupta Er. D.P.S.Virk Er. Rajinder Kumar Prasher J.E. (Addl. Charge) Er. Surinder Singh Er. A.K. Nyyar Er. K.M. Randhawa Er. N.I.S. walia Er. Joginder Singh Er.N.P.Singh (Addl.Charge) Er. Joginder Singh Er. N.P.Singh Vacant Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Executive Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Executive Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Executive Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Superintending Engineer Executive Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer C.W.Sub Divn No.1,Mohali C.W.SubDivn.No. 2 Mohali C.W.Sub Divn.No.4,Mohali C.W.Divn.Ropar C.W.Sub Divn.No.1,Ropar C.W.Sub Divn.No.2 Ropar C.W.Sub Divn.Ropar C.W.Divn.Patiala C.W.Sub Divn.No.1,Rajpur C.W.Sub Divn.Sirhind C.W.Divn.Sangrur at Patiala C.W.Sub Divn.No.2, Sangrur at Patran C.W.Sub Divn.Patiala C.W.Sub Divn.Sangrur at Barnala PA to SE C.W.CHD. Central Works Circle, Ferozepur Central Works Divn., Ferozepur C.W.Sub Divn.No.1 Ferozepur 246203 242828 244502 241531 2211084 2212895 2200293 220316 Resi.

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Section - IX Sr. No. 312 313 314 315 316 317 318 319 320 321 322 323 324 325 326 327 328 329 Name of Officer Designation Office Phone No. Office Er. Ajitpaul Singh Brar Er. J. L. Sharma Vacant Er. K.S. Brar Er. Amarjit Singh Er. Ashok Goel-1 S/o Sh. Chanan Ram Er. Neeraj Singh Bhandhari Er. K.S. Sandhu Vacant Er. S.S.Arora Er. S.S.Sidhu Er. Gurmail Singh Vacant Vacant Er. K.S. Brar Er. Balkar Singh Er. Hardev Singh Er.Paramjit Singh Sub Divisional Engineer Executive Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Executive Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Superintending Engineer ExecutiveEngineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer ExecutiveEngineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer C.W.Sub Divn.No.2, Ferozepur C.W.Divn.Abohar C.W.Sub Divn.No.1 Abohar C.W.Sub Divn.No.2, Abohar C.W.Sub Divn. Malout C.W.Divn, Bathinda C.W.Sub Divn.No.1, Bathinda C.W.Sub Divn, Bathinda PA to SE C.W.Works Circle, Amritsar C.W.Divn.No.1, Amritsar C.W.Sub Divn.No.2, Amritsar C.W.Sub Divn.No.3, Amritsar C.W.Sub Divn.No.5 Amritsar C.W.Divn.No.2, Amritsar C.W.Sub Divn.No.1, Amritsar C.W.Sub Divn. Batala at Amritsar C.W.Sub Divn.No.6, Amritsar 2274203 2212801 2224244 2505278 2212904 2212893 Resi.

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Section - IX Sr. No. 330 331 332 333 334 335 336 337 338 339 340 341 342 343 344 345 346 347 Name of Officer Designation Office Phone No. Office Er. P.P. Chaudhary Vacant Er. Ved Parkash Chopra Vacant Er. Sukhbir Singh Vacant Er. Rajinder Kumar Er. Rajinder Singh Vacant Er. H.S. Nanda Er. Shavinder Singh Er. Parwesh Kumar (Adhoc) Er. Mohinderpal Singh Bhatia Vacant Er. Rajinder Singh (Adhoc) Er. A.K.Mittal, JE Er. Inderjeet Kaur Er. Satpal Sharma (Adhoc) ExecutiveEngineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer ExecutiveEngineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Superintending Engineer Executive Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Executive Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer C.W.Divn.Pathank ot C.W.Sub Divn.No.1, Pathankot C.W.Sub Divn.No.2, Pathankot C.W.Sub Divn.No.1, Gurdaspur C.W.Divn. Hoshiarpur C.W.Sub Divn.No.1 Hoshiarpur C.W.Sub Divn.No.2 Hoshiarpur C.W.Sub Divn.No.3 Hoshiarpur C.W.Sub Divn. Elect.Circle(North) Chandigarh Elect.Divn, Chandigarh Elect.Sub Divn.No.1, Chandigarh Elect.Sub Divn.No.2 Chandigarh Elect.Sub Divn.No.3, Chandigarh Elect.Sub Divn.Ropar Elect.Sub Divn.Plg-2, Chandigarh Elect.Divn, Ludhiana Elect.Sub Divn.No.1, Ludhiana 2220939 Resi. 2221248

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Section - IX Sr. No. 348 349 350 351 352 353 354 355 356 357 Name of Officer Designation Office Phone No. Office Er. H.,S.Garcha, JE Er. Ranjeet Singh Rai (Regular) Er. Raj Kumar (Adhoc) Er. A. M. Vashist Er. Rajinder Singh (Regular) Er. Harbans Singh Sandhu (Adhoc) Er. Hardip Singh,JE (Addl. Charge) Er. Joginder Singh Bhatia (Addl. Charge) J.E. Er. Baldev Singh Er. Buti Ram (Addl. Charge) J.E. Er. J.S. Cheena (Regular) Er. Roop Chand( Regular) Er. Nirmal Singh JE (Addl. Charge) Er. M.R. Goel Er. Amit Kumar Goel Er. Preet Mohinder Singh,JE Er. H.S. Kalara,JE Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Executive Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Executive Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Superintending Engineer ExecutiveEngineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Elect.Sub Divn.No.2, Ludhiana Elect.Sub Divn. Khanna Elect.Sub Divn. Nawansher Elect.Divn. Amritsar Elect.Sub Divn.No.1, Amritsar Elect.Sub Divn.No.2, Amritsar Elect.Sub Divn. Tarantaran Elect.Sub Divn. Gurdaspur Elect.Divn. Jallandhar Elect.Sub Divn.No.2, Phagwara at Jallandhar Elect.Sub Divn.No.1, Jallandhar Elect.Sub Divn. Hoshiarpur Elect.Sub Divn. Kapurthalla Elect.Circle(South ) Patiala Elect.Divn.No.1, Patiala Elect.Sub Divn.No.1, Patiala Elect.Sub Divn.Sirhind at Patiala 2360165 2212240 2214234 2592768 2260247 2275284 2272294 Resi.

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Section - IX Sr. No. 365 366 367 368 369 370 371 372 373 374 375 376 377 378 379 380 381 382 Name of Officer Designation Office Phone No. Office Er. Pawan Kumar Ahuja (Adhoc) Er. Jarnail Singh J.E. Er. D.P.S. Sidhu Er. Gurdip Singh J.E. Er. Vikas Gupta Er. Sucha Singh (Adhoc) Er. Jalwinder Singh J.E. Er. V.K. Chopra Er.Ashok Kumar Pawar (Adhoc) Er.Anurudh Kumar EAE Er. Mangat Rai(EAE) (Addl. Charge) Er. Gurraj Singh Bhullar (Addl. Charge) Er.Gurraj Singh Bhullar (Regular) Er. Pawan Kumar Garg (Addl. Charge) Er. S.M.Sehgal,JE Er. Pawan Kumar Garg (Adhoc) Er. Sukhminder Singh Er. Hardip Singh (Addl. Charge) Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer ExecutiveEngineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer ExecutiveEngineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer ExecutiveEngineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Superintending Engineer Executive Engineer Elect.Sub Divn.No.2, Sangrur Elect.Sub Divn.Plg. Patiala Elect.Divn.No.2, Patiala Elect.Sub Divn.Nabha Elect.Sub Divn. Fatehgarh Sahib Elect.Sub Divn.No.3, Patiala Elect.Sub Divn.No.4, Patiala Elect.Divn.Bathind a Elect.Sub Divn.No.1, Bathinda Elect.Sub Divn.No.2, Bathinda Elect.Sub Divn. Mansa Elect.Divn. Faridkot Elect.Sub Divn. Faridkot Elect.Sub Divn. Moga Elect.Sub Divn. Ferozepur Elect.Sub Divn. Muketsar Mech.Circle, Patiala Mech.Divn, Patiala 2301287 2200432 2301289 2536609 2211615 2232323 2360027 2219775 Resi.

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Section - IX Sr. No. 383 384 385 386 387 388 389 390 391 392 393 Name of Officer Designation Office Phone No. Office Er. Hardeep Singh Er. Paramjit Singh Er. Pawan Kumar (Dual. Charge) Er. Gurnaib Singh Er. T.S. Bedi Er. Harinder S. Gill,JE Er. Jasbir Singh Jassi,SDE Civil Er. Pawan kumar (Civil) Er. Gurpal Singh Jassal Er. Adesh Gupta SDE (Addl.Charge) Er. Hardev Singh Kahalo EAE Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Executive Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Executive Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Mech.Sub Divn. Patiala Mech.Sub Divn. Mohali Mech.Sub Divn. Sangrur Mech.Sub Divn. Bathinda Mech.Divn, Jallandhar Mech.Sub Divn. Jallandhar Mech.Sub Divn. Ludhiana Mech.Sub Divn. Gurdaspur Mech.Divn, Ferozepur Mech.Sub Divn. Ferozepur Mech.Sub Divn. Amritsar 243890 243474 2236831 2236077 Resi.

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SECTION - X

Monthly remuneration received by each of its officers and employees, including the system of compensation as provided in its regulations. The detail of monthly remuneration being received by the officers & employees of the Pb. PWD (B&R) Department are as per the detail given below:Sr. No. 1 2 3 Designation Pay Scale (Rs.) 18,600 - 22,100 14,300 - 18,600 14,300 - 18,600 + Spl Pay 800/14,300 - 18,600 12,000 - 15,500 & 14,300 - 18,150 (after 14 years service as SDE) 12,500 - 15,500 & 14,300 - 18,150 (after 14 years) 12,500 - 15,500 + Spl Pay 500/- 14,300 18,150 + Spl Pay 600/(after 14 years) 7,800 - 13,500 10,025 - 15,100 (after 4 years) 12,000 - 15,500 (after 9 years) 14,300 - 18,150 (after 14 years) 7,880 - 13,500 + Spl Pay 400/- 10,025 - 15,100 + Spl Pay 400/(after 4 years) 12,000 - 15,500 + Spl Pay 400/- (after 9 years) 14,300 - 18,150 + Spl Pay 400/- (after 14 years) 5,800 - 9,200 7,800 - 11,600 Averge Pay (Rs.) 39,300/35,800/36,600/35,400/22,300/31,000/-

Chief Engineer Superintending Engineer Superintending Engineer (Head Office) & Director Design & Material Management 4 Director Quality Control Cell 5 Deputy Director Research Laboratory, Patiala

6 Executive Engineer

22,300/31,500/22,800/' 32,100/16,100/19,700/' '21,900/' 30,600/16,500/' 20,100/' ' '22,300/' ' 31,000/-

7 Executive Engineer (Head Office)

8 Sub Divisional Engineer

9 Sub Divisional Engineer (Head Office

10 Junior Engineer & Project Section Officer 11 Registrar (Head Office)

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Sr. Designation No. 12 Administrative Officer (Head Office)

Pay Scale (Rs.) 7,800 - 11,600 + Spl Pay 800/10,025 - 15,100 (after 4 years) 12,000 - 15,500 (after 9 years) 14,300 - 18,600 (after 14 years) 13,500 - 16,800 7,880 - 11,660 7,220 - 11,660 6,400 - 10,640 5,800 - 9,200

Averge Pay (Rs.) 19,800/' 20,800/' 22,700/' 31,800/22,700/19,800/18,500/17,400/16,800/-

13 14 15 16 17

Chief Accounts Officer (Head Office) Budget Officer (Head Office) Superintedent Grade-I Superintedent Grade-II Legal Assistant, Statistician cum Economic Investigator, Senior Scale Stenographer, Assistant, Assistant Accounts Clerk 18 Personal Assistant 19 Junior Scale Stenographer 20 Clerk

21 Steno Typist 22 Traffic Enumerator, Photo Printing Machine Operator & Restorer 23 Driver 24 Planning Assistant 25 Circle Head Draftsmen 26 Divisional Head Draftsmen 27 Draftsmen 28 Draftsmen Apprentice 29 Junior Draftsmen 30 Gestainer Operator & Daftari 31 Zamadaar 32 Peon, Ferro Khalashi, Sweeper cum Chowkidar, Sweeper, Laboratory Attendant, Laboratory Assistant 33 Senior Research Assistant 34 Research Assistant 35 Executive Officer cum DLR 36 Legal Officer 37 Divisional Accountant 38 Graduate Engineer (Apprentice) 39 Diploma Holder (Apprentice) 40 Estate Officer

6,400 - 10, 640 4,400 - 7000 3,120 - 5,160 4,020 - 6,200 5,000 - 8,100 3,330 - 6,200 + Spl Pay 50/3,120 - 5,160 3,330 - 6,200 7,220 - 11,600 7,000 - 10,980 6,400 - 10,640 5,800 - 9,200 1090/- (Fixed) 4,020 - 6,200 2,820 - 4,400 2,720 - 4,260 2,520 - 4,140

20,850/13,000/8,360/11,100/14,100/8,500/8,360/8,500/17,300/20,100/19,500/16,800/1,090/11,100/7,200/9,800/8,500/-

5,480 - 8,925 5,000 - 8,100 7,220 - 11,600 + Spl Pay 400/6,400 - 10,640 5,550 - 9,000 (Central Scale) 1,970/- (Fixed) 1,400/- (Fixed) 6,400 - 10,640

16,800/14,100/17,700/19,500/16,800/1,970/1,400/19,500/-

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Sr. No. 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51

Designation Tehsildar Kanungo Patwari, Reader Assitant Foreman Car Painter, Electrician, Surveyor, Sofa Maker Earth Work Munshi Fore Man Head Maali, Mate Land Acquisition Officer Tehsildar Naib Tehsildar

Pay Scale (Rs.) 7,000 4,550 3,120 4,550 4,020 2,820 4,400 2,720 7,200 7,000 6,400 10,730 7,220 5,160 7,220 6,200 4,440 7,000 4,260 11,600 10,980 10,640

Averge Pay (Rs.) 17,000/13,700/8,360/13,700/10,500/6,200/11,200/5,300/18,000/17,500/14,100/11,200/8,360/-

52 Kanungo

4,500 - 7,220

53 Bulldozer Operator, Brick Layer, Cooler Washer, 3,120 - 5,160 Care Taker, Charge Man, Distemper Man, Electrician, Earth Work Mistry, Fitter, Ferry Inspector, Floor Polisher, Mason cum Carpenter, T-Mate, Mechanic, Moulder, Operator, Pump Driver, Painter, Plumber, Road Inspector, Refrigerator Mechanic, Road Roller Driver, Store Munshi, Supervisor, Store Keeper, Telephone Attendant, Telephone Operator, Turner, Work Inspector, Work Mistry, White Washer, Work Munshi, Welder, Daroga Boat Bridge, Mixer Driver, Generator Operator, Auto Electrician, White Washer cum Mason, Screed Operator, Technician 54 Boat Man, Beldar, Cook, Cleaner, Daroga, 2,520 - 4,140 Helper, Fire Man, Maali Power Operator, Polisher, Tailor, Black Smith, Cane Maker, Care Taker cum Chowkidar, Store Attendant, Store Chowkidar, Sewer Man, Dentor

5,300/-

The total budget provision for the disbursement of salaries to all the employees of the PWD (B&R) Department during the year 2005-06 is Rs. 185.22 crores. The compensation to the family of the employees who dies while in service is paid as per the Punjab Government Rules.

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SECTION ­ XI

Budget allocated to each of its agency, indicating the particulars of all plans, proposed expenditures and reports on disbursements made. Source of Funds a) Upgradation/Construction of Plan Roads i. ii. b) From State Budget under Head 5054-Roads & Bridges (P) or through Loan Assistance from NABARD, HUDCO or through BOND. From Central Road Fund i.e. cess on diesel by Govt. of India is provided to State under laid down formula.

Repair of Plan Road From State Budget under Head 3054-Roads & Bridge-M&R (NP)

c)

Const./Repair of Link Roads i. ii. From funds to be provided by Punjab Mandi Board Under PMGSY Scheme from funds allocated from Govt. of India.

d)

National Highways i. ii. Const./Upgradation of National Highways under Head 5054-(Plan)/ National Highways of Govt. of India. Maintenance/Repair of National Highways under Head 3054-Roads & Bridges-337 Road Works - M&R of NH (NP)

The Budget/Funds allocated and expenditure incurred during the last 3 financial years under above mentioned different schemes is given as under :-

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Outlay & Expenditure for the Tenth Plan (2002-07) Sr. No. Sub-head/Scheme Tenth Plan 2002-07 Approved Outlay 3 5000.00 6000.00 Annual Plan 2002-03 Annual Plan 2003-04

1 1 2

2 State Level Schemes RD 1.2-(I) Imp/ Wdg of existing roads RD 1.2-(II) Land acquisition for indentify corridors RD 2.1-Machinery RD 4.1-Bridges RD 5.1-Central road fund RD 5.2-Imp. Of roads within M.C. limits RD 5.3-Byepasses RD 5.4-Research & Development RD 5.5-Roads Safety Measures on State RD 5.6-World Bank Scheme for road infrastructure RD 5.8-NABARD Assited Project for Constn/Wdg. Of roads & Constn. Of Bridges Total

Approved Outlay 4 0.00 0.00

Revised Outlay 5 600.00 0.00

Expenditure 6 0.00 0.00

Approved Outlay 7 0.00 0.00

Revised Outlay 8 500.00 0.00

Expenditure 9 941.12 0.00

3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

250.00 2500.00 20000.00 1000.00 1000.00 25.00 0.00 0.00

0.00 0.00 4043.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00

0.00 100.00 5500.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00

0.00 0.00 5383.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00

0.00 0.00 3976.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 700.00 1.00

0.00 0.00 3976.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 700.00 1.00

0.00 2946.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00

11

50000.00

15000.00

12400.00

8074.00

15000.00

15000.00

9586.43

85775.00

19043.00

18600.00

13457.00

19677.00

20177.00

13473.55

Contnd.....

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Sr. No.

Sub-head/Scheme

Annual Plan 2004-05

Total Expenditue (2002-05)

Annual Plan 2005-06

Approved Outlay 10 State Level Schemes 1 2 RD 1.2-(I) Imp/ Wdg of existing roads RD 1.2-(II) Land acquisition for indentify corridors RD 2.1-Machinery RD 4.1-Bridges RD 5.1-Central road fund RD 5.2-Imp. Of roads within M.C. limits RD 5.3-Byepasses RD 5.4-Research & Development RD 5.5-Roads Safety Measures on State RD 5.6-World Bank Scheme for road infrastructure RD 5.8-NABARD Assited Project for Constn/Wdg. Of roads & Constn. Of Bridges Total 0.00 0.00

Revised Outlay 11 1028.85 0.00

Expenditure 12 538.85 0.00 13 1479.97 0.00

Approved Outlay 14 10000.00 0.10

Expenditure 15 2254.36 0.00

3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

0.00 0.00 3736.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 700.00 1000.00

0.00 50.00 4300.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 1.00 0.50

0.00 0.00 2188.19 0.00 0.00 0.00 250.00

0.00 2946.00 7571.19 0.00 0.00 0.00 250.00

0.10 0.00 3736.00 0.10 0.10 0.00 700.00 1000.10

0.00 0.00 329.14

84.23

11

20630.00

16285.00

9057.12

26717.55

16010.00

6484.02

26066.00

21665.35

12034.16

38964.71

31446.50

9151.75

Note: Expenditure less than Outlay in the year 2002-03, 2003-04 & 2004-05 is due to non release of funds from F.D.

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Outlay & Expenditure of Centrally-Sponsered Schemes for the Tenth Plan (2002-07) Sr. No. Sub-head/Scheme Funding Pattern Tenth Plan 200207 Approved Outlay Approved Outlay CS:SS 3 100% CS 4 10000.00 10000.00 Public Works 2 CS 3.1-(C) Stg. Of Revenue Administration & Up dating of land records CS 3.1-(D) Computerisation of land records CS 3.2-Courts Total 50:50 700.00 700.00 100.00 100.00 50.00 50.00 0.00 0.00 SS 5 0.00 0.00 CS 6 2500.00 2500.00 SS 7 0.00 0.00 Annual Plan 2002-03

Revised Outlay CS 8 5000.00 5000.00 SS 9 0.00 0.00

Expenditure CS 10 5198.00 5198.00 SS 11 0.00 0.00

1 1

2 Road & Bridges CS 4-PMGSY

3

100%

0.00

0.00

162.90

162.90

162.90

0.00

0.00

0.00

4

50:50

5000.00 5700.00

5000.00 5700.00

1000.00 1262.90

1000.00 1262.90

1000.00 1212.90

1000.00 1050.00

179.00 179.00

902.26 902.26

Contnd......

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Sr. No. Sub-head/Scheme Annual Plan 2003-04 Annual Plan 2004-05

Approved Outlay CS 12 Road & Bridges 1 CS 4-PMGSY 2000.00 2000.00 Public Works 2 CS 3.1-(C) Stg. Of Revenue Administration & Up dating of land records CS 3.1-(D) Computerisation of land records CS 3.2-Courts Total 100.00 100.00 0.00 0.00 SS 13

Revised Outlay CS 14 5000.00 5000.00 SS 15 0.00 0.00

Expenditure CS 16 1254.50 1254.50 SS 17 0.00 0.00

Approved Outlay CS 18 2500.00 2500.00 0.00 SS 19

Revised Outlay CS 20 2500.00 2500.00 0.00 SS 21

Expenditure CS 22 1686.34 1686.34 0.00 SS 23

32.00

32.00

0.00

0.00

117.00

5.00

117.35

0.00

0.00

0.00

3

162.90

162.90

0.00

0.00

0.00

162.90

0.00

162.90

0.00

0.00

0.00

4

723.00 985.90

723.00 823.00

1343.00 1537.90

1343.00 1375.00

0.00 0.00

719.88 719.88

942.14 1222.04

942.14 947.14

471.00 751.25

471.00 471.00

153.24 153.24

180.47 180.47

Contnd......

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Sr. No.

Sub-head/Scheme

Total Expenditue (2002-05)

Annual Plan 2005-06

Approved Outlay CS 24 Road & Bridges 1 CS 4-PMGSY 8138.60 8138.60 Public Works 2 CS 3.1-(C) Stg. Of Revenue Administration & Up dating of land records 0.00 0.00 500.00 500.00 0.00 0.00 2500.00 2500.00 0.00 SS 25 CS 26 SS 27

Expenditure CS 28 938.59 938.59 0.00 SS 29

0.00

0.00

3

CS 3.1-(D) Computerisation of land records CS 3.2-Courts Total

0.00

0.00

2112.80

0.00

0.00

4

332.24 332.24

1802.61 1802.61

942.00 3554.80

942.00 1442.00

0.00 0.00

38.54 38.54

Note: Expenditure less than Outlay in the year 2002-03, 2003-04 & 2004-05 is due to non release of funds from F.D.

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Allotment & expenditure for the last three years in respect of National Highways in the state of Punjab. (Rs. in crores) Ordinary Repairs

Year

Original Works /IRQP

Periodical Renewal

Allotment Expenditure Allotment 200203 200304 200405 200506 45.00 51.00 51.00 47.00 44.73 50.31 50.61 29.13 (upto 30.09.05) 5.88 18.82 13.36 13.08

Expenditure Allotment Expenditure 3.16 12.87 11.57 5.56 (upto 30.09.05) 5.88 7.21 5.73 5.82 5.87 6.43 6.03 2.60 (upto 30.09.05)

Total Budge Provisoin for construction of buildings (Plan Heads) for the year 2005-6 under various plan schems is as below: District Administraive Complex Building Court Buildings (50:50) State Guest Houses/ Other Rest Houses (CH's) Strengthening f Revenue Administrattion (50:50) Education Buildings Health Buildings Social Welfare Buildings Civil Aviation 500.50 lacs 942.00 lacs 200.00 lacs 500.0 lacs 452.0 lacs 572.00 lacs 48.54 lacs 21.00 lacs

The pre-planing of the building is to be taken up for fixing the priority and allocation f funds as per requirement of the client department. No LOC has yet been issued for the on-going works of different department where LOC of Rs. 643.79 lacs remained uncashed during last year.

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SECTION ­ XII

The manner of execution of subsidy programmes, including the amounts allocated and the details of beneficiaries of such programmes.

NIL

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SECTION ­ XIII

Particulars of recipients of concessions, permits or authorizations granted by it. 1) Enlistment of Contractors for Public Works Department: The enlistment of contractual agencies shortlisted to carry out the works in public works department and other technical agencies executing similar nature of work is done at the level of Superintending Engineer and the Executive Engineer based on capability of the contractual agency. The eligibility parameteres are decided on contractual agencie's experience in executing the work and its capital power. The instructions to be followed for enlistment of contractors has already been mentioned in Section IV. 2) Issuance of No Objection Certificates to Fuel Stations, Service Stations and rest area applicants: The Deputy Commissioner of the concerned juridictioin where a petrol pump is proposed to be set up issues permit to the applicants based on NOC received from concerned departments including Public Works Department. For any petrol pump to be installed along National Highways in the State, the Ministry of Transport, Govt. of India issues the NOC. This NOC is issued by the concerned Cabinet Minister of Transport, Govt. of India. For other roads like State Highways, MDRs, ODRs and Link Roads, the NOC is issued by the Department of Public Works, Punjab. This NOC is issued by the Minister Public Works, Punjab. The norms to be followed for issuing No Object Certificates to Fuel Stations, Service Statiosn and rest areas location layout and its access have already been mentioned in Section IV. 2) Issuance of Safety Certificate to Public buildings like Cinema Halls, Schools, Colleges, Marriage Palaces etc. The concerned Executive Engineer in whose jurisidiction a public building falls issues safety certificates to the owners satisfying him self with the various safety parameters and guidelines issued by the Govt. from time to time.

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SECTION ­ XIV

Details in respect of information, available to or held by it, reduced in an electronic form. 1) PMGSY Works: All the works carried out under Pradhan Mantri Gram Sadak Yojana and related information is available online at PMGSY website (www.pmgsyonline.nic.in, www.omms.nic.in and www.pmgsy.org). The concerned divisions updates this information and follows the tendering procedure online. The following information is available on website for citizens: · · · · · · · uptoday information about the programme. Information about projects cleared (including sanctioned lenth, cost etc.) for Blocks/ Districts/ States. Information about progress of road works in their Blocks/ Districts/ States. Informaton about tenders and important items of news about the programme implementation from across the country. Information about the quality of works being executd through the report of National Level Quality Monitors. Photographs of actual road works. Information about the relative performace of various Blocks/ Districts/ States in the programme implementation. The information of the department provided under Right to Information Act is available on CD in Head Office, Patiala.

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SECTION ­ XV

The particulars of facilities available to citizens for obtaining information, including the working hours of a library or reading room, if maintained for public use. Means, methods or facilitation available to the public, which are adopted by the department for dissemination of information: 1) Rules framed by the Department are notified in the official gazette and are available to the Public. Similarly as per requirement of law other important matters are also notified in the official gazette. 2) Now the public can obtain information about the Department through the Assistant Public Information Officers/Public Information Officers also in official working hours.

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SECTION ­ XVI

The names, designations and other particulars of the Public Information Officers. As per the provisions contained in the Right to Information Act, 2005 under section 5 (1 to 2) and 19 (1) following officers are appointed as Appellant Authorities / Public Information Officers/ Assistant Public Information Officers. AT GOVERNMENT LEVEL S. No. 01. 02. 03. 04. Particulars of the Officer Addl. Secretary, Public Works Under Secretary, Public Works Superintendent, B&R-I Branch Superintendent, B&R-III Branch Area/ Jurisdiction Secretariat Level Secretariat Level Secretariat Level Secretariat Level Appointed as Appellate Authority Public Information Officer Assistant Public Information Officer Assistant Public Information Officer

AT CHIEF ENGINEER LEVEL S. No. 01. 02. 03. 04. 05. Particulars of the Officer Chief Engineer (Gazetted Estt.) Administrative Officer, Patiala Registrar, Head Office, Patiala Superintendent, Gazetted Estt., Patiala Superintendent, Estt., Patiala Area/ Jurisdiction Head Office Level Head Office Level Head Office Level Head Office Level Appointed as Appellate Authority Public Information Officer Assistant Public Information Officer Assistant Public Information Officer Assistant Public Information Officer

Non Gazetted Head Office Level

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AT PB. ROADS & BRIDGES DEVELOPMENT BOARD, CHANDIGARH LEVEL S. No. 01. 02. 03. Particulars of the Officer Joint Secretary, Chandigarh. Executive Engineer, Chandigarh. Area/ Jurisdiction Appointed as Appellate Authority Public Officer Information

PRBDB, Whole State PRBDB, Whole State Whole State

Sub Divisional Engineer, PRBDB, Chandigarh.

Assistant Public Information Officer

AT CIRCLE LEVEL S. No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Particulars of the Officer Area/ Jurisdiction (Tehsil/ Distt.) Amritsar District Appointed as

Superintending Engineer, Const. Circle, Amritsar Executive Engineer, Division, Amritsar Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Executive Engineer, Construction Division No.2, Amritsar Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer

Appellate Authority Public Information Officer Assistant Public Information Officer Assistant Public Information Officer Assistant Public Information Officer Public Information Officer Assistant Public Information Officer Assistant Public Information Officer Assistant Public Information Officer

Provincial Amritsar-I & Ajnala Tehsil Provincial Sub Divn., Amritsar Provincial Sub Divn. No. 3, ASR Construction Sub Divn., Beas Baba Bakala, Khadoor Sahib & Amritsar II Tehsils Provincial Sub Divn. No.2, ASR Provincial Sub Divn. No.4, ASR Construction Sub Divn., Ajnala

7. 8. 9.

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10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25.

Executive Engineer, Construction Division No. 1, Amritsar Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Superintending Engineer, Const. Circle, Bathinda Executive Engineer, Division, Bathinda Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Executive Engineer, Division No.2, Bathinda Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Executive Engineer, Division No.1 Bathinda Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Const.

Taran Taran,Patti Construction Sub Divn., Amritsar Provincial Sub Divn., Patti Construction Sub Divn,. Tarn Taran Bathinda & Mansa

Public Information Officer Assistant Public Information Officer Assistant Public Information Officer Assistant Public Information Officer Appellate Authority Public Information Officer Assistant Public Information Officer Assistant Public Information Officer Assistant Public Information Officer Public Information Officer Assistant Public Information Officer Assistant Public Information Officer Assistant Public Information Officer Public Information Officer Assistant Public Information Officer Assistant Public Information Officer

Provincial Bathinda Tehsil Provincial Sub Divn., No. 1, BTI Provincial Sub Divn., No. 2, BTI Provincial Sub Divn., Goniana Const. Talwandi Sabo Tehsil Provincial Sub Divn., No. 4, BTI Construction Sub Divn. No. 2, BTI Construction Sub Divn. No. 3, BTI Rampura Phool Construction Sub Divn. No. 1, BTI Provincial Sub Divn., No. 3, BTI

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26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36. 37. 38. 39. 40. 41.

Sub Divisional Engineer Executive Engineer, Division, Mansa Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Superintending Engineer, Const. Circle, Chandigarh Provincial

Construction Sub Divn., Rampura Phul Mansa Tehsil Provincial Sub Divn. No. 1, Mansa Provincial Sub Divn. No. 2, Mansa Provincial Sub Divn., Budhlada

Assistant Public Information Officer Public Information Officer Assistant Public Information Officer Assistant Public Information Officer Assistant Public Information Officer Appellate Authority Public Information Officer Assistant Public Information Officer Assistant Public Information Officer Assistant Public Information Officer Assistant Public Information Officer Public Information Officer Assistant Public Information Officer Assistant Public Information Officer Assistant Public Information Officer Public Information Officer

Ropar & Pb. Govt. Buildings at Delhi & Chandigarh Executive Engineer, Provincial Pb. Govt. Buildings Division, Chandigarh at Delhi & Chandigarh Sub Divisional Engineer Provincial Sub Divn. No. 1, Chandigarh Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Executive Engineer, Division, Mohali Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Executive Engineer, Division, Ropar Provincial Provincial Sub Divn. No. 2, Chandigarh Provincial Sub Divn., Mohali Provincial Sub Divn., New Delhi Mohali, Anandpur Sahib Tehsils Construction Sub Divn. No. 1, Mohali Provincial Sub Divn., Anandpur Sahib Construction Sub Divn., Anandpur Sahib Const. Ropar Tehsil

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42. 43. 44. 45. 46. 47. 48. 49. 50. 51. 52. 53. 54. 55. 56. 57.

Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Executive Engineer, Division No.1 Mohali Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Const.

Provincial Sub Divn., Ropar Construction Sub Divn., Ropar Construction Sub Divn. No. 2, Ropar Kharar Provincial Sub Divn., Kharar Construction Sub Divn. No. 2, Mohali Construction Sub Divn., Kharar

Assistant Public Information Officer Assistant Public Information Officer Assistant Public Information Officer Public Information Officer Assistant Public Information Officer Assistant Public Information Officer Assistant Public Information Officer Appellate Authority Public Information Officer Assistant Public Information Officer Assistant Public Information Officer Assistant Public Information Officer Public Information Officer Assistant Public Information Officer Assistant Public Information Officer Assistant Public Information Officer

Superintending Engineer, Faridkot, Moga & Mukatsar Const. Circle, Faridkot Executive Engineer, Division, Faridkot Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Executive Engineer, Division, Mukatsar Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Const. Provincial Faridkot Tehsil Provincial Sub Divn., Faridkot Construction Sub Divn. No. 2, Faridkot Construction Sub Divn., Kotkapura Mukatsar Provincial Sub Divn., Mukatsar Construction Sub Divn. Mukatsar Construction Sub Divn. No. 2, Malout

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58. 59. 60. 61. 62. 63. 64. 65. 66. 67. 68. 69. 70. 71. 72. 73.

Sub Divisional Engineer Executive Engineer, Division, Moga Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Executive Engineer, Division, Faridkot Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Const. Const.

Construction Sub Divn. No. 3, Malout Moga Tehsil Provincial Sub Divn., Moga Construction Sub Divn. No. 1, Moga Construction Sub Divn. No. 2, Moga Jaito Tehsil Construction Sub Divn. No. 1, Faridkot Construction Sub Divn. No. 2, Jaito Provincial Sub Divn., Giddarbaha

Assistant Public Information Officer Public Information Officer Assistant Public Information Officer Assistant Public Information Officer Assistant Public Information Officer Public Information Officer Assistant Public Information Officer Assistant Public Information Officer Assistant Public Information Officer Appellate Authority Public Information Officer Assistant Public Information Officer Assistant Public Information Officer Assistant Public Information Officer Public Information Officer Assistant Public Information Officer

Superintending Engineer, Ferozepur Const. Circle, Ferozepur Executive Engineer, Division, Ferozepur Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Executive Engineer, Division No.2 Ferozepur Sub Divisional Engineer Const. Provincial Ferozepur Provincial Sub Divn., Ferozepur Construction Sub Divn. No. 2, Ferozepur Construction Sub Divn., Zira Jalalabad Tehsil Provincial Sub Divn., Abohar

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74. 75. 76. 77. 78. 79. 80. 81. 82. 83. 84.

Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer

Construction Sub Divn., Abohar

Assistant Public Information Officer Assistant Public Information Officer Public Information Officer Assistant Public Information Officer Assistant Public Information Officer Public Information Officer Assistant Public Information Officer Assistant Public Information Officer Assistant Public Information Officer Appellate Authority Public Information Officer

Construction Sub Divn. No. 3, Ferozepur Executive Engineer, Const. Fazilka & Abohar Division No. 3, Ferozepur (Now shifted to Fazilka) Sub Divisional Engineer Construction Sub Divn. No. 5, Ferozepur Sub Divisional Engineer Construction Sub Divn. No. 4, Ferozepur Executive Engineer, Const. Zira Division No. 1, Ferozepur Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Construction Sub Divn. No. 1, Ferozepur Construction Sub Divn., Guruharsahai Construction Sub Divn., Jalalabad

Superintending Engineer, Gurdaspur Const. Circle, Pathankot Executive Engineer, Division, Gurdaspur Provincial Bridge over River Ravi at Kathlore on Dinanagar Narot Jaimal Singh Road (PIDB Works) Provincial Sub Divn. Gurdaspur Provincial Sub Divn., Batala Const. Gurdaspur, Batala & Dera Baba Nanak Construction Sub Divn. No.1, Gurdaspur Construction Sub Divn., Kalanaur at Kahnuwan

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85. 86. 87. 88. 89.

Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Executive Engineer, Division, Gurdaspur Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer

Assistant Public Information Officer Assistant Public Information Officer Public Information Officer Assistant Public Information Officer Assistant Public Information Officer

Section ­ XVI

90. 91. 92. 93. 94. 95. 96. 97. 98. 99. 100. 101. 102. 103. 104. 105. 106. 107. 108.

Sub Divisional Engineer

Construction Sub Divn. No. 2, Batala Sub Divisional Engineer Construction Sub Divn. No. 1, Batala Sub Divisional Engineer Provincial Sub Divn. No. 1, Gurdaspur Executive Engineer, Const. Pathankot & Dhar Division, Pathankot Kalan Sub Divisional Engineer Provincial Sub Divn., Pathankot Sub Divisional Engineer Construction Sub Divn. No. 1, Pathankot Sub Divisional Engineer Construction Sub Divn. No. 2, Pathankot. Executive Engineer, (Horticulture) Gurdaspur Division, Gurdaspur Sub Divisional Engineer Horticulture Sub Divn., Gurdaspur Superintending Engineer, Hoshiarpur & Nawan Shahar Const. Circle, Hoshiarpur Executive Engineer, Division, Mukerian Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Executive Engineer, Const. Divn. No. 1 Hoshiarpur Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Executive Engineer, Provincial Const. Mukerian Tehsil Construction Sub Divn., Mukerian Construction Sub Divn., Talwara Provincial Sub Divn., Mukerian Garhshankar Tehsil Construction Sub Divn., Dasuya Construction Sub Divn. No. 2, Hoshiarpur. Construction Sub Divn., Tanda Hoshiarpur Tehsil

Assistant Public Information Officer Assistant Public Information Officer Assistant Public Information Officer Public Information Officer Assistant Public Information Officer Assistant Public Information Officer Assistant Public Information Officer Public Information Officer Assistant Public Information Officer Appellate Authority Public Information Officer Assistant Public Information Officer Assistant Public Information Officer Assistant Public Information Officer Public Information Officer Assistant Public Information Officer Assistant Public Information Officer Assistant Public Information Officer Public Information

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Division, Hoshiarpur 109. 110. 111. 112. 113. 114. Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Executive Engineer, Division No.2, Hoshiarpur Sub Divisional Engineer Const. Provincial Sub Divn. No. 1, Hoshiarpur Provincial Sub Divn. No. 2, Hoshiarpur Construction Sub Divn. No. 1, Hoshiarpur Provincial Sub Divn., Garhshanker Dasuya Tehsil Construction Sub Divn. No. 1, Garhshanker

Officer Assistant Public Information Officer Assistant Public Information Officer Assistant Public Information Officer Assistant Public Information Officer Public Information Officer Assistant Public Information Officer Assistant Public Information Officer Assistant Public Information Officer Appellate Authority Public Information Officer

115. 116. 117. 118.

Construction Sub Divn. No. 2, Garhshanker Sub Divisional Engineer Construction Sub Divn. No. 1, Hoshiarpur Superintending Engineer, Jalandhar Const. Circle, Jalandhar-I Executive Engineer, Division No.1, Jalandhar Const. Nakodar, Shahkot & Phillaur Tehsil

Sub Divisional Engineer

119.

Sub Divisional Engineer

Construction Sub Divn. No. 1, Jalandhar Construction Sub Divn., Phillur. Provincial Sub Divn., Nakodar

Assistant Public Information Officer Assistant Public Information Officer Assistant Public Information Officer Public Information

120.

Sub Divisional Engineer

121.

Sub Divisional Engineer

122.

Executive Engineer, Const. Divn. Jalandhar-II Tehsil

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No. 2, Jalandhar 123. Sub Divisional Engineer Construction Sub Divn. No. 2, Jalandhar Construction Sub Divn. No. 3, Jalandhar Construction Sub Divn. No. 4, Jalandhar Provincial Jalandhar-I Tehsil Provincial Sub Divn. No. 1, Jalandhar Provincial Sub Divn. No. 2, Jalandhar Provincial Sub Divn., Phillur Horticulture Sub Divn., Jalandhar

Officer Assistant Public Information Officer Assistant Public Information Officer Assistant Public Information Officer Public Information Officer Assistant Public Information Officer Assistant Public Information Officer Assistant Public Information Officer Assistant Public Information Officer Appellate Authority

124.

Sub Divisional Engineer

125.

Sub Divisional Engineer

126. 127.

Executive Engineer, Division, Jalandhar Sub Divisional Engineer

128.

Sub Divisional Engineer

129.

Sub Divisional Engineer

130.

Sub Divisional Engineer

131.

Superintending Engineer, Kapurthala & Const. Circle, Jalandhar-II Nawan Shahar

132.

Executive Engineer, Division, Nawanshahar

Provincial Nawan Shahar

Public Information Officer

133.

Sub Divisional Engineer

Provincial Sub Divn., Nawan Shahar

Assistant Public Information Officer

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134.

Sub Divisional Engineer

Construction Sub Divn., Nawanshahar

Assistant Public Information Officer

135.

Executive Engineer, Const. Divn. No. 1 Kapurthala Sub Divisional Engineer

Kapurthala Tehsil

Public Information Officer Assistant Public Information Officer

136.

Provincial Sub Divn., Kapurthala

137.

Sub Divisional Engineer

Construction Sub Divn., Bhullath

Assistant Public Information Officer

138.

Sub Divisional Engineer

Construction Sub Divn. No. 1, Kapurthala Const. Phagwara & Sultan Pur Lodhi Construction Sub Divn., Sultanpur Lodhi Construction Sub Divn. No. 2, Kapurthala Construction Sub Divn., Phagwara

Assistant Public Information Officer

139. 140.

Executive Engineer, Division No. 2, Kapurthala Sub Divisional Engineer

Public Information Officer Assistant Public Information Officer

141.

Sub Divisional Engineer

Assistant Public Information Officer

142.

Sub Divisional Engineer

Assistant Public Information Officer

143. 144.

Sub Divisional Engineer

Provincial Sub Divn., Phagwara

Assistant Public Information Officer Appellate Authority

Superintending Engineer, Ludhiana District Const. Circle, Ludhiana

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145. 146. 147. 148. 149. 150. 151. 152. 153. 154. 155. 156. 157. 158. 159. 160. 161. 162. 163. 164.

Executive Engineer, Provincial Ludhiana Tehsil Division, Ludhiana Sub Divisional Engineer Provincial Sub Divn. No. 1, Ludhiana Sub Divisional Engineer Provincial Sub Divn. No. 2, Ludhiana Sub Divisional Engineer Provincial Sub Divn. No. 3, Ludhiana Sub Divisional Engineer Construction Sub Divn. No. 1, Ludhiana Sub Divisional Engineer Horticulture Sub Divn., Ludhiana Executive Engineer, Const. Divn. Jagraon, Ludhiana No. 1 Ludhiana West & Part of Raikot Tehsil Sub Divisional Engineer Construction Sub Divn., Jagraon Sub Divisional Engineer Construction Sub Divn. No. 2, Ludhiana Sub Divisional Engineer Construction Sub Divn. No. 3, Ludhiana Executive Engineer, Const. Khanna & Samrala Division No. 2, Ludhiana Sub Divisional Engineer Provincial Sub Divn., Khanna Sub Divisional Engineer Provincial Sub Divn., Samrala Sub Divisional Engineer Construction Sub Divn. No. 4, Ludhiana Executive Engineer, Const. Payal & Part of Division No.3, Ludhiana Raikot Tehsil Sub Divisional Engineer Construction Sub Divn. No. 5, Ludhiana Sub Divisional Engineer Construction Sub Divn. No. 6, Ludhiana Sub Divisional Engineer Construction Sub Divn., Doraha Executive Engineer, Const. Morinda Byepass Division No.4, Ludhiana (PIDB Work) Sub Divisional Engineer Construction Sub

Public Information Officer Assistant Public Information Officer Assistant Public Information Officer Assistant Public Information Officer Assistant Public Information Officer Assistant Public Information Officer Public Information Officer Assistant Public Information Officer Assistant Public Information Officer Assistant Public Information Officer Public Information Officer Assistant Public Information Officer Assistant Public Information Officer Assistant Public Information Officer Public Information Officer Assistant Public Information Officer Assistant Public Information Officer Assistant Public Information Officer Public Information Officer Assistant Public

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165. 166. 167. 168. 169. 170. 171. 172. 173. 174. 175. 176. 177. 178. 179. 180.

Divn. No. 7, Ludhiana Sub Divisional Engineer Construction Sub Divn. No. 8, Ludhiana Sub Divisional Engineer Construction Sub Divn. No. 9, Ludhiana Superintending Engineer, Patiala District Const. Circle, Patiala ­ I Executive Engineer, Division No.1 Patiala Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Executive Engineer, Const. Divn. Nabha Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Executive Engineer, Division, Patiala Sub Divisional Engineer Const. Provincial Patiala Tehsil Provincial Sub Divn. No. 1, Patiala Provincial Sub Divn. No. 2, Patiala Provincial Sub Divn. No. 4, Patiala Provincial Sub Divn. No. 6, Patiala Horticulture Sub Divn., Patiala Nabha Tehsil Construction Sub Divn. No. 3, Patiala Construction Sub Divn. No. 1, Nabha Construction Sub Divn. No. 2, Nabha Provincial Sub Divn., Nabha Samana Tehsil Construction Sub

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Information Officer Assistant Public Information Officer Assistant Public Information Officer Public Information Officer Assistant Public Information Officer Assistant Public Information Officer Assistant Public Information Officer Assistant Public Information Officer Appellate Authority

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Provincial Sub Divn. No. 5, Patiala (shifted to Mubarikpur) Superintending Engineer, Fatehgarh Sahib Const. Circle, Patiala-II

189.

Executive Engineer, Division, Sirhind

Const. Fatehgarh & Amloh Tehsil

Public Information Officer

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Sub Divisional Engineer

Provincial Sub Divn., Fatehgarh Sahib

Assistant Public Information Officer

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Sub Divisional Engineer

Construction Sub Divn. No.1, Sirhind at Bassi Pathana Construction Sub Divn., Morinda

Assistant Public Information Officer

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Sub Divisional Engineer

Assistant Public Information Officer

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Executive Engineer, Const. Divn. No. 2 Mohali (now shifted to Fatehgarh Sahib)

Khamano & Bassi Pathana Tehsils

Public Information Officer

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Sub Divisional Engineer

Construction Sub Divn. No. 3, Mohali

Assistant Public Information Officer

195.

Sub Divisional Engineer

Provincial Sub Divn., Sirhind

Assistant Public Information Officer

196.

Sub Divisional Engineer

Construction Sub Divn., Sirhind

Assistant Public Information Officer

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Superintending Engineer, Sangrur District Const. Circle, Sangrur Executive Engineer, Division, Sangrur Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Executive Engineer, Const. Divn. Sangrur Sub Divisional Engineer Provincial Sangrur Provincial Sub Divn., Sangrur Construction Sub Divn. No. 1, Sangrur Construction Sub Divn. No. 2, Sangrur Sunam & Moonak Provincial Sub Divn., Sunam

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Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Executive Engineer, Division, Malerkotla Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Executive Engineer, Division, Barnala Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Const.

Construction Sub Divn. No. 3, Sangrur Construction Sub Divn., Lehragaga Malerkotla & Dhuri Provincial Sub Divn., Malerkotla Construction Sub Divn. No. 1, Malerkotla Construction Sub Divn. No. 2, Malerkotla Const. Barnala Provincial Sub Divn., Barnala Construction Sub Divn. No. 1, Barnala Construction Sub Divn. No. 2, Barnala

Assistant Public Information Officer Assistant Public Information Officer Public Information Officer Assistant Public Information Officer Assistant Public Information Officer Assistant Public Information Officer Public Information Officer Assistant Public Information Officer Assistant Public Information Officer Assistant Public Information Officer Appellate Authority

215.

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Superintending Engineer, National Highways passing Central Works Circle, CHD. through Ropar, Patiala & Sangrur Districts Executive Engineer, Central Works Part of National Divn., Patiala Highways passing through District Patiala Sub Divisional Engineer C.W. Sub Divn. No. 1, Rajpura Sub Divisional Engineer Executive Engineer, Central Works Divn., Sangrur at Patiala C.W. Sub Divn., Sirhind National Highways passing through District Sangrur

Public Information Officer Assistant Public Information Officer Assistant Public Information Officer Public Information Officer

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Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Executive Engineer, Central Works Division, Ropar Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Executive Engineer, Central Works Division, S.A.S. Nagar Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Superintending Central Works Ludhiana

C.W. Sub Divn., Patiala C.W. Sub Divn., Sangrur at Patran C.W. Sub Divn., Sangrur at Barnala. Part of National Highways passing through District Ropar C.W. Sub Divn., Ropar C.W. Sub Divn. No. 1, Ropar C.W. Sub Divn. No. 2, Ropar Part of National Highways passing through District Ropar & Patiala C.W. Sub Divn., Chandigarh C.W. Sub Divn. No. 1, Mohali C.W. Sub Divn. No. 2, Mohali C.W. Sub Divn. No. 4, Mohali

Assistant Public Information Officer Assistant Public Information Officer Assistant Public Information Officer Public Information Officer Assistant Public Information Officer Assistant Public Information Officer Assistant Public Information Officer Public Information Officer Assistant Public Information Officer Assistant Public Information Officer Assistant Public Information Officer Assistant Public Information Officer Appellate Authority

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227. 228. 229. 230. 231.

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Engineer, National Circle, Highways passing through District Ludhiana & Jalandhar Executive Engineer, Central Works NH-95 passing Divn. No.1 Ludhiana through Ludhiana District & Ludhiana Rahon Road

Public Information Officer

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Sub Divisional Engineer

C.W. Sub Divn. No. 1, Ludhiana

Assistant Public Information Officer

234.

Sub Divisional Engineer

C.W. Sub Divn. No. 2, Ludhiana

Assistant Public Information Officer

235.

Executive Engineer, Central Works Divn., Jalandhar

236.

Sub Divisional Engineer

NH-71 passing through District Jalandhar & Kartarpur Kapurthala Road C.W. Sub Divn. No. 1, Jalandhar C.W. Sub Divn. No. 2, Jalandhar

Public Information Officer

Assistant Public Information Officer Assistant Public Information Officer

237.

Sub Divisional Engineer

238.

Sub Divisional Engineer

C.W. Sub Divn. No. 3, Jalandhar

Assistant Public Information Officer

239.

Executive Engineer, Central Works Division No.3, Ludhiana

240.

Sub Divisional Engineer

H/L Bridge over Machhiwara Rahon Road & Khanna Machhiwara Road (PIDB works) C.W. Sub Divn. No. 4, Ludhiana C.W. Sub Divn. No. 6, Ludhiana C.W. Sub Divn. No. 7, Ludhiana

Public Information Officer

Assistant Public Information Officer Assistant Public Information Officer Assistant Public Information Officer

241.

Sub Divisional Engineer

242.

Sub Divisional Engineer

243.

Superintending

Engineer, National

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244.

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Highways passing through District Gurdaspur, Amritsar & Hoshiarpur and Plan Roads in his jurisdiction Executive Engineer, Central Works Part of NH-15 Divn. No.1 Amritsar passing through District Amritsar. Harike Khalra Road & Amritsar Bhikiwind Khemkaran Road Sub Divisional Engineer C.W. Sub Divn. No. 2, Amritsar Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Executive Engineer, Central Works Divn. No.2 Amritsar C.W. Sub Divn. No. 3, Amritsar C.W. Sub Divn. No. 5, Amritsar NH-1 & Part of NH15 passing through District Amritsar & Batala Srihargobindpur Road in District Gurdaspur C.W. Sub Divn. No. 1, Amritsar C.W. Sub Divn., Batala at Amritsar C.W. Sub Divn. No. 6, Amritsar NH-15 & NH-20 passing through District Gurdaspur. Batala Fatehgarh Churian & Bodh Chakki Dhar road. C.W. Sub Divn. No. 1, Pathankot C.W. Sub Divn. No.

Central Works Circle, Amritsar

Authority

Public Information Officer

Assistant Public Information Officer Assistant Public Information Officer Assistant Public Information Officer Public Information Officer

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Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Executive Engineer, Central Works Division, Pathankot

Assistant Public Information Officer Assistant Public Information Officer Assistant Public Information Officer Public Information Officer

253. 254.

Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer

Assistant Public Information Officer Assistant Public

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Information Officer Assistant Public Information Officer Public Information Officer

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Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer Superintending Central Works Ferozepur

Assistant Public Information Officer Assistant Public Information Officer Assistant Public Information Officer Appellate Authority

261.

262.

Engineer, NH-10, NH-15, Circle, NH-64, NH-64-A, NH-71 & NH-95 passing through Districts Ferozepur, Faridkot, Moga, Bathinda & Mukatsar & Plan Roads under his jurisdiction Executive Engineer, Central Works NH-95, NH-71 & NHDivision, Ferozepur 15 passing through Districts Ferozepur, Moga & Faridkot. Ferozepur Jalalabad Road. Sub Divisional Engineer C.W. Sub Divn. No. 1, Ferozepur Sub Divisional Engineer C.W. Sub Divn. No. 2, Ferozepur C.W. Sub Divn., Moga

Public Information Officer

Assistant Public Information Officer Assistant Public Information Officer Assistant Public Information Officer

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Sub Divisional Engineer

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Executive Engineer, Central Works Division, Bathinda

266.

Sub Divisional Engineer

NH-64, NH-64-A & NH-15 passing through District Bathinda. Part of Bathinda Mukatsar Road. C.W. Sub Divn. No. 1, Bathinda C.W. Sub Divn. No. 2, Bathinda NH-10 & NH-15 passing through Districts Bathinda & Mukatsar. Jalalabad Fazilka Road. C.W. Sub Divn. No. 1, Abohar C.W. Sub Divn. No. 2, Abohar C.W. Sub Divn., Malout

Public Information Officer

Assistant Public Information Officer Assistant Public Information Officer Public Information Officer

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Sub Divisional Engineer

268.

Executive Engineer, Central Works Division, Abohar

269. 270.

Sub Divisional Engineer Sub Divisional Engineer

Assistant Public Information Officer Assistant Public Information Officer Assistant Public Information Officer

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Sub Divisional Engineer

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AT CHIEF ENGINEER (ELECT & MECH) LEVEL S. No. 1. 2. 3. Particulars of the Officer Area/ Jurisdiction Appointed as Appellate Authority Public Information Officer

Chief Engineer (Elect. & Head Office Level Mech.) Superintendent, Office of Chief Engineer, Elect. & Mech. Superintending Engineer, Electrical Circle (North), Chandigarh Executive Engineer, Electrical Division, Chandigarh Executive Engineer, Electrical Division, Ludhiana Executive Engineer, Electrical Division, Amritsar Executive Engineer, Electrical Division, Jalandhar Superintending Engineer, Electrical Circle (South), Patiala Executive Engineer, Electrical Division No. 1, Patiala Executive Engineer, Electrical Division No. 2, Patiala Executive Engineer, Electrical Division, Bathinda Executive Engineer, Electrical Division, Faridkot Superintending Engineer, Mechanical Circle, Patiala Head Office Level

4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

9. 10. 11. 12. 13.

Public Chandigarh, Ropar, Information Ludhiana, Amritsar, Officer Gurdaspur, Jalandhar & Kapurthala,Nawanshahar Ropar & Chandigarh Assistant Public Information Officer Ludhiana, Nawanshahar Assistant Public Information Officer Amritsar, Gurdaspur Assistant Public Information Officer Jalandhar, Kapurthala, Assistant Public Information Officer Public Sangrur, Patiala, Information Fatehgarh Sahib, Officer Bathinda, Mansa, Faridkot, Moga, Mukatsar & Ferozepur Sangrur & part of Patiala Assistant Public Information Officer Fatehgarh Sahib & Part of Assistant Public Patiala Information Officer Bathinda & Mansa Assistant Public Information Officer Faridkot, Moga, Mukatsar, Assistant Public Ferozepur Information Officer Whole State Public Information Officer

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Executive Engineer, Patiala, Fatehgarh Sahib, Mechanical Division, Patiala Sangrur, Bathinda, Ropar, Mansa, Chandigarh Executive Engineer, Jalandhar, Kapurthala, Mechanical Division, Ludhiana, Nawanshahr, Gurdaspur & Hoshiarpur Jalandhar Executive Engineer, Amritsar, Ferozepur, Moga, Mechanical Division, Mukatsar & Faridkot Ferozepur

Assistant Public Information Officer Assistant Public Information Officer Assistant Public Information Officer

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AT CHIEF ARCHITECT LEVEL S. No. 01. 02. 03. Particulars of the Officer Chief Architect, Punjab Senior Architect (Senior Most) Architect (Senior most in Head Office) Architect (Senior most in the office of Senior Architect East) Area/ Jurisdiction Whole State Whole State Appointed as Appellate Authority Public Information Officer

Public For the project in Assistant Chandigarh, Delhi & Information Officer Shimla Public For the projects in Assistant the district of Information Officer Ludhiana, Ropar, Hoshiarpur, Moga, Faridkot and Ferozepur For the projects in Assistant Public the districts of Information Officer Jalandhar, Kapurthala, Nawan Shahar, Gurdaspur, Amritsar For the projects in Assistant Public the districts of Information Officer Patiala, Sangrur, Mukatsar, Fatehgarh Sahib, Mansa

04.

05.

Architect (Senior most in the office of Senior Architect North)

06.

Architect (Senior most in the office of Senior Architect South)

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Other information as may be prescribed and thereafter update these publications every year. Sr. N.H. No. No. 1 1 2 1 Name of the Section Total length ( in Kms. ) 4 279.420

3 Shamboo -Ludhiana- Amritsar upto Wagha border Km. 212.200 to 491.620

2 3 4

1A Jallandar -Pathankot Road Km. 4.230 to 117.200 10 Dabwali -Malout - Abohar -Fazilka upto PAK border Km. 315.500 to 424.560 15 Pathankot -Amritsar-Makhu - Faridkot-Bathinda-Malout-Abohar-Ganganager upto Rajasthan border Km. 5.600 to 399.670 ( excluding N.H-10 portion Km. 331.000 to 364.200 = 33.200 )

112.970 109.060 360.870

5 6 7 8

20 Pathankot to Himachal border Km. 0.00 to 11.975 21 Zirakpur-Chandigarh -Ropar upto Himachal border Km. 0.00 to 82.00 ( excluding U.T. portion Km. 1.680 to 6.800 = 5.120 Kms. ) 22 Ambala-Zirakpur-Kalka road upto Haryana border Km. 10.840 to 41.830 64 Zirakpur-Patiala-Sangrur-Bathinda road Km. 0.00 to 209.500

11.975 82.000 30.990 209.500 40.440 57.620 203.995

9 64-A Bathinda to Dabwali upto Haryana border Km. 0.00 to 40.440 10 70 Jallandar-Hoshiarpur-Hamirpur -Toni Devi Dharamshala upto Himachal border Km. 1.230 to 58.850 11 71 Jalandhar -Moga-Barnala -Sangrur Patran-Khanauri Narwana-Rohtak upto Haryana border Km. 0.000 to 238.695 ( excluding Km. 0.00 to 5.00 within M.C. Jalandhar and Km. 144.795 to 179.495 = 34.700 Kms. overlap with N.H.-64 ) 12 72 Ambala-Naraingarh-Paunta Sahib road Km. 9.230 to 13.750 13 95 Kharar-Samrala-Ludhiana-Firozpur road 0-211.55 Excluding Km. 68.08 to 85.98 = 17.90 Km. with in M.C. Ludhiana Abohar- Bye Pass Gurdaspur -Byepass Km. 0.00 to 15.953 Km. 0.00 to 8.290

4.520 211.55 15.953 8.290 1739.153 Kms.

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LIST OF STATE HIGHWAYS Sr. S.H. No. No. 1 2

Name of Road 3

Length (In Kms.) 4 14.27 30.50 6.44 Total= 51.21 61.50 37.60 19.23 27.90 Total= 146.23 33.50 48.60 8.80 8.00 18.56 Total= 117.46 0.95 3.70 7.20 21.54 15.15 Total= 48.54 4.89

Construction Circle, Chandigarh 1 SH -12A Chandigarh Landran Chunni road. 2 SH - 22 Kiratpur Sahib to Nangal road 3 SH -22 Nangal Una road

Construction Circle, Hoshiarpur 4 5 6 7 SH SH SH SH Garhshankar Balachaur Hoshiarpur road Hoshiarpur Dasuya road Tanda Siri Hargobindpur road Hoshiarpur Tanda road

Construction Circle, Patiala-I 8 9 10 11 12 SH SH SH SH SH Patiala-Pehowa Road Patiala- Samana Patran Road Patran-Moonak Road Nabha Bawanigarh Road Nabha-Gobindgarh Road

Construction Circle, Patiala-II 13 SH-10 Gagan chown to level X-ing Rajpura. 14 SH-10 Rajpura Patiala Road Section Railway X-ing to M.C. Limit Rajpura. 15 SH-09 Dera Bassi Barwala Road. 16 SH-12A Sirhind Chunni Road 17 SH-12A Nabha Gobindgarh Road. Construction Circle, Pathankot 18 SH Old Pathankot Kullu road (Sec Malikpur Chowk to Dalhousie Bye Pass) (Excluding MC limit, Pathankot) Km 0 to 3.25 & 5.31 to 6.95 Kiratpur Nangal Hoshiarpur Tanda Amritsar road (Sec Mehta to SHGPur) Km 43.47 to 60.63 Amritsar Ajnala Dera Baba Nanak road (Sec Ramdass to Dera Baba Nanak) Km 0 to 12.88 Total=

19 20

SH SH

17.16 12.88 34.93

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Construction Circle, Amritsar 21 SH-22 Amritsar Mehta Shri Hargobindpur road 22 SH-25 Amritsar Ajnala road 23 SH-25 Amritsar Ajnala Ramdass road Total= Construction Circle, Ludhiana 24 SH-13 Dakha Halwara Raikot Barnala Mansa Sangrur Sirsa road 25 SH-11 Ludhiana Sangrur Pattran Jind Sec.Ludhiana Malerkotla Road Total= Construction Circle, Sangrur 26 SH-10 Patran Moonak Tohana. 27 SH-11 Ludhiana M.Kotla Dhuri Sangrur road. 28 SH-12-A Nabha Bh.garh road. 29 SH-12A Bh.garh Sunam Bhikhi Kot Samir road. 30 SH-13 Dakha Halwara Raikot Barnala 31 SH-13 Barnala Handiaya Hari Singh wala road. Total= Construction Circle, Ferozepur 32 SH - 14 ABOHAR - HANUMAN GARH ROAD 33 SH - 15 FARIDKOT - FEROZEPUR ROAD 34 SH-16 MALOUT - SRI GANGANAGAR ROAD 35 SH - 19 MOGA - HARIKE ROAD 36 SH - 20 ZIRA TO FZR ROAD Total= Construction Circle, Faridkot 37 SH-16 Bye Pass at Moga Km0.0-6.10 38 SH-16 Moga Kot Kapura road Km3.80-33.50 39 SH-16A Baghapurana -Nathana Road Km 0.0-18.60 40 SH-19 Moga Harike road Km 0.0-29.35 41 SH-15 Faridkot-Ferozpur road Km.0.95-19.22 42 SH-16 Moga-Kotkapura road Km. 33.50-45.40 43 SH-16 Kotkapur-Muktsar road Km. 0.00-15.00 44 SH-16 Kotkapura-Muktsar road (Km. 15.00-29.50 45 SH-16 Kotkapura-Muktsar road with in M.C. limit Muktsar (Km. 0.002.54) 46 SH-16 Muktsar-Malout road with in M.C. limit Muktsar (Km. 0.001.48) 47 SH-16 Muktsar-Malout road (Km. 0.74-29.79) 6.10 29.70 18.60 29.35 18.27 11.90 15.00 14.50 2.54 1.48 29.05 21.24 12.00 19.70 9.26 34.70 96.90 22.18 49.29 6.70 43.02 25.00 23.00 169.19 32.84 22.00 54.84 38.64 24.00 22.62 85.26

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48 SH-16 Malout-Sri Ganaga Nagar road (Km. 0.00-17.37) Total= Construction Circle, Bathinda 49 50 SH SH Bathinda Talwandi Sabo Sardurgarh Rori road. Bhagwanigarh Sunam Bikhi Kot Shamir road

17.37 193.86 46.25 29.75 38.32 4.40 70.67 33.78 Total= 223.17 42.98 65.65 17.70 Total= 126.33 30.00 Total= 30.00 50.00 34.55 Total= 84.55 1462.47

51 SH-16A Bagha Purana Nathana Bhucho road 52 SH-17 Bathinda Talwandi Sabo Rori Sardulewala (Sec. Rori to Sardulewala) 53 SH-13 Barnala Mansa Sardulgarh Kotshamir road 54 SH-12 A Bhawanigarh Sunam Bhikhi Kotshim road C.W. Circle, Amritsar 55 SH-19 Harike Khalra road 56 SH-21 Amritsar Bhikhiwind Khemkaran road 57 SH-22 Hoshiarpur Una road upto Himachal boundary. C.W. Circle, Chandigarh 58 SH-24 Ropar Balachor Road C.W. Circle, Ferozepur 59 SH-20 Ferozepur Fazilka (2.00-52.00) 60 SH-20 Ferozepur Fazilka (52.00-86.55) Grand Total= LIST OF MAJOR DISTRICT ROADS Sr. No. 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 M.D.R. No. 2 Name of Road 3

Length (In Kms.) 4 13.45 16.84 5.24 14.60 27.00 3.20 Total= 80.33

Construction Circle, Chandigarh MDR -31 Sirhind Morinda Kurali Road MDR -31 Kurali to Siswan MDR -31 Siswan Baddi road MDR-55 Garhankar Distt. Boundary Ropar to Nurpur Bedi MDR-55 Ropar to Nurpur Bedi road MDR - 59 Ghanauli Nalagarh road.

Construction Circle, Hoshiarpur

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MDR-53 Nawanshehahr Garhshankar road MDR-55 Garhshankar Nurpur road MDR-60 Hoshiarpur Phagwara road (2.20to37.70) MDR-69 Mukerian Talwara Mubarikpur road Total=

6.00 22.40 35.50 45.70 109.60 25.60 8.29 10.40 23.20 Total= 67.49 19.10 Total= 19.10 26.38 19.30 14.15 29.36 40.47 14.30 37.40 15.25 4.34 200.95 24.80 11.28 1.98 22.90

Construction Circle, Patiala-I 11 12 13 14 MDR MDR MDR MDR Patiala Nabha Road Nabha Circular Road Nabha Maler Kotla Road Patiala Gulha Cheeka Road

Construction Circle, Patiala-II 15 MDR-31 Sirhind Morinda Road.

Construction Circle, Pathankot 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 MDR MDR MDR MDR MDR MDR MDR MDR MDR Sri Hargobindpur Batala Fetehgarh Churian Chogawan Attari road (Sec Batala to SHGPur road) Km 3.00 to 29.38 Amritsar Majitha Fatehgarh Churian Dera Baba Nanak road (Sec. FGC to DBN) Km 0.00 to 19.30 Beas Batala Dera Baba Nanak road (Sec Batala to Mehta) Km 1.85 to 16.00 Sec Batala to Dera Baba Nanak road Km 0.00 to 29.36 SHGPur Kahnuwan Gurdaspur Trimmu road (Sec GSP to SHGPur road) Km 0.00 to 40.47 Sec Gurdaspur Trimmu road ( Km 0.00 to 14.30) Dera Baba Nanak Gurdaspur Mukerian road (Sec Gurdaspur to DBN road) Km 2.20 to 39.60 Sec Gurdaspur to Naushera Mukerian (Km 0.00 to 15.25) Chakki Dalhousie road (Sec Dunera to Katori) Km 44.66 to 49.00 Total= Construction Circle, Amritsar 25 26 27 28 MDR-61 Chabal Attari road (KM 8.40 to 10.00 transfer to GREFF) MDR-61 Chabal Tarn Taran upto Bye pass MDR-61 Tarn Taran Chabal within MC limit Tarn Taran MDR-61 Tarn Taran Goindwal Sahib road (Km 39.66 to 44.34 in MC Tarn Taran)

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29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36

MDR-62 Patti Khem Karan road MDR-62 Patti Tarn Taran Road MDR-63 Ajnala Fatehgarh Churian road MDR-63 Attari Chogawan road MDR-63 Ajnala Chogawan road MDR-64 Amritsar Majitha Fatehgarh Churian road MDR-65 Amritsar Chogawan Ranian road MDR-66 Batala Beas road Total=

27.06 18.75 19.80 5.50 19.50 26.40 39.00 18.32 235.29 45.84 2.65 12.46 4.20 4.60 Total= 69.75

Construction Circle, Jallandhar-I 37 38 39 40 41 MDR-48 Kartarpur-Kpt-Nakodar -Phillaur MDR-48 Nurmehal Bye Pass Road MDR52 Jal.-Kpt.lohian - Gidder Pindi MDR-47 Bhogpur to Bholath Road MDR-52 Jalandhar Kapurthala Road

Construction Circle, Jallandhar-II 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 MDR-47 Kapurthala-Subhanpur-Nadala-Bholath Bhogpur road. MDR-47 Kapurthala-Subhanpur-to old Kanjil Bridge. MDR-47 Kapurthala Subhanpur road MDR-47 Subhanpur- Nadala-Bholath road. MDR-47 Bholath-Bhogpur road MDR-48 Kartarpur-Kapurthala-Kala Sanghian Nakodar road. MDR-48 Kapurthala- Kala Sanghian road. MDR-49 Kapurthala-Fattudhinga Sultanpur rd. MDR-52 Jalandhar-Kapurthala-Lohian- Gidderpindi Makhu road MDR-52 Jalandhar-Kapurthala road MDR-52 Kapurthala Tashpur road MDR-56 Phagwara Banga Nawanshahar Balachaur Road MDR-54 Ludhiana Rahon road. (Sec. Mattewara Rahon road.) MDR-53 Khanna Samrala Nawanshahar (Sec:Nawanshahar Garshanakar road) Total= Construction Circle, Ludhiana 56 57 58 MDR-33 Malerkotla Khanna road MDR-51 Jagraon Raikot Malerkotla rd. Sec. Jagraon Raikot road Sec.Raikot Malerkotla road Total= 23.91 22.20 13.05 59.16 9.20 31.60 5.20 11.70 4.00 152.82 17.71 34.40 0.75 11.40 16.86 10.00

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Construction Circle, Sangrur 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 MDR-19 Moonak Jakhal Budhlada. MDR-21 Sangrur sunam via Sibian Tung. MDR-21 Sunam Lehra Jakhal. MDR-32 Nabha M.Kotla road. MDR-33 M.Kotla Jarg Khanna Rd. MDR-43 Pakhoke Bhadaur Baja Khanna road. MDR-51 M.Kotla Kalsian road. Total= Construction Circle, Ferozepur 66 67 68 69 70 71 MDR - 39 ABOHAR - SITO GUNO - DABWALI ROAD MDR - 40 MALOUT - FAZILKA MDR - 41 MUKTSAR - JALALABAD ROAD MDR - 46 DEEP SINGH WALA GHS TO GOLU KA ROAD MDR - 52 GIDDER PINDI MAKHU ROAD MDR - 71 FEROZEPUR - MUKTSAR ROAD Total= Construction Circle, Faridkot 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 MDR-46 Faridkot-Sadiq-Deep Singh Wala road Km. 1.80-31.20 MDR-71 Ferozepur-Muktsar road km. 12.50-30.00 MDR-39 Abohar-Sitoguno-Dabwali road Km. 27.80-53.80 MDR-40 Malout-Fazilka road (Km. 0.00-21.00 MDR-41 Bathinda-Muktsar road Km. 44.00-52.00 MDR-41 Bathinda Muktsar road with in M.C. limit Muktsar Km. 000-1.765 MDR-41 Muktsar-Jallalabad road Km. 0.00-11.72 MDR-71 Ferozepur-Muktsar road Km. 30.00-50.695 MDR-41 Bathinda-Muktsar road Km. 26.20-44.00 MDR-43 BajaKhana-Jaitu road Km. 0.00-9.60 Total= Construction Circle, Bathinda 82 83 84 85 86 MDR-42 Dyalpura Rampura Maur road (C1=37.90)+(C2 =8.70) MDR-43 Baranal Baja Khana road MDR-29 Bhikhi Budhlada Ratia road MDR -18 Ratia Sardulgarh road MDR -18 Moonak Jakhal Bhudlada Road Total= C.W. Circle, Amritsar 46.60 29.05 33.75 9.50 27.35 146.25 29.40 17.50 26.00 21.00 8.00 1.77 11.72 20.70 17.80 9.60 163.48 27.80 27.86 17.28 12.76 14.94 8.18 108.82 10.40 11.50 37.61 19.42 18.20 17.50 20.50 135.13

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87 88

MDR-63 Batala Sri Hargobindpur road MDR-63 Batala Fatehgarh Churian road including Aliwal approach. Total=

26.38 28.02 54.40 14.23 13.98 Total= 28.21 16.58 Total= 16.58 13.00 9.28 Total= Grand Total= 22.28 1669.64

C.W. Circle, Chandigarh 89 90 MDR-31 Patiala-Sirhind Road km 1.27 to 15.500 MDR-31 Patiala-Sirhind Road km 15.500 to 29.48

C.W. Circle, Ferozepur 91 MDR-41 Bathinda Muktsar (9.62-26.0)

C.W. Circle, Ludhiana 92 93 MDR 48 Kartarpur Kapurthala Rd. MDR 54 Ludhiana rahon Rd.

LIST OF OTHER DISTRICT ROADS Sr. O.D.R. No. No. 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 ODR-10 ODR-11 ODR-12 ODR-23 ODR-14 2 ODR-01 ODR-02 ODR-03 ODR-04 ODR-13 ODR-12 ODR-07 ODR-08 ODR-09 Construction Circle, Chandigarh Anadpur sahib to Nurpur Bedi Road upto Jhajj Chowk Morinda Chamkaur Sahib bela road Chandigarh Mullanpur Road. Kharar Banur road. Morinda chuni RoadUp to Rest House Kharar Bassi road. Bela Behrampur Road Old Morinda Ropar Road. Guru Gibind Singh Marg (sec singh to chamkaur sahib) Road to Gurudawara Jand Sahib Circular Road Ropar Ropar Bela road Bharatgarh Nalagarh road Balachour Nurpur Bedi road Rangilpur Mainpur Purkhali Road 8.66 20.35 8.03 22.40 5.12 10.40 8.05 17.87 22.93 3.75 3.39 13.10 1.29 11.21 16.33 Name of Road 3 Length (In Kms.) 4

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16 17 18 19 20 21

ODR-15 ODR-16 ODR-17 ODR-18 ODR ODR

Anandpur Sahib to Shri Naina devi road Anandpur Sahib to Dashmesh Academy road Internals roads at Anandpur Sahib Ropar Chamkaur sahib Road along Sirhind Canal Road Old Kharar Morinda Ropar bye pass Total=

6.44 5.81 2.55 15.50 1.37 1.56 206.11 2.55 9.80 4.80 1.10 49.14 19.80 15.12 6.00 16.40 19.19 4.80 15.40 7.45 6.30 0.84 13.25 9.00 1.75 1.73 15.71 Total= 220.13 24.80 9.60 2.36 16.14 8.12

Construction Circle, Hoshiarpur 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 ODR-03 ODR-07 ODR-08 ODR-10 Bye pas Hoshiarpur Una road between Hoshiarpur Garhshankar road Bullowal Bhogpur road Kathar Shamchurasi road Ceased portion Hoshiarpur Dasuya road

ODRHariana Dholbaha upto Jhir Di Khuhi 11,12,19 ODR-01 ODR-02 ODR-03 ODR-04 ODR-18 ODR-13 ODR-20 ODR-04 ODR-22 ODR-09 ODR-16 ODR-17 ODR-21 ODR-06 ODR-16 Mahilpur Phagwara road Mahilpur Jaijon road. Banga Garhshankar road (9.33-15.33) Garhshankar Santokhgarh road. Dasuya Hajipur road Tanda Town road Dasuya Miani road Begowal Miani road Panchta Mehtiana road Ceased portion of Hoshiarpur Tanda road Dholbaha Kukanet road Dholbaha Bari Khad road Kukanet Bari Khard road Fatehgarh Rahimpur oad Adampur Bhogpur road (Jalandhar Distt)

Construction Circle, Patiala-I 42 43 44 45 46 ODR ODR ODR ODR ODR Patiala Bhadson Road Samana Gulha Cheeka Road Nabha Road to Nabha Sauja road ( Radha Swami Marg.) Nabha to Bhalwan via Chhittanwala Devigarh Naneola Road

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47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79

ODR ODR ODR ODR ODR ODR ODR ODR ODR ODR ODR ODR ODR ODR ODR ODR ODR ODR ODR ODR ODR ODR ODR ODR ODR ODR ODR ODR ODR ODR ODR ODR ODR

Patiala Nabha road to Dhablan Bhadson Tarkheri Road Nabha Bir Dosanj Road Nabha Thuhi Channo Road Samana Bhawanigarh Road Khanouri Arno Road Retgarh Shutrana Road Patiala Sanour Road Northan Bye pass Patiala Roorki Chanarthal Tohra Tarkheri Road Patiala Sirhind road Challela road Bhamarsi Tarkheri Road Patiala Main Road Approach road to D.C.W Patiala along Bari Nadi Gurmat College to Dakala road Via Sular Patiala Rajpura to Patiala Pehowa road along Badi Nadi Bahadurgarh Seel Ghanour Sambhu road Samana outer road along BML Canal Uppar Mall road to Thikriwala Chowk to NIS Chowk Patiala Connecting road along BML Canal at Samana Internal road of Baradari Garden Patiala Leela Bhawan Chowk to Gurudu-wara Dukhniwaran Sahib Patiala Passay road Patiala (Sec. Thapar College to Bus Stand) Road Dividing E-Type Qtr. Model Town Patiala Bhupindra road to Pepsu Bhakra colony Patiala Road from Bhupindra road to Model Town Patiala Office Colony Civil line Patiala Internal road E-Type Kothies Model Town Patiala Road Around State College PTA. Dhillon Marg PTA (Bhupindra to Model Town Patiala) Bhupindra road (Section Thapar college Railway Crossing) Lowar Mall road (Sec.Fountain chowk to Mohindra College) Upper Mall to Lower Mall road infront of Ayurvedic College PTA

4.54 8.30 6.91 6.22 15.80 12.20 30.00 4.00 4.73 6.40 3.57 1.00 8.60 2.05 1.72 2.12 4.09 1.69 2.52 2.12 3.17 1.56 3.00 0.11 0.40 0.67 1.60 0.72 2.25 0.58 2.80 2.20 0.41

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80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87

ODR ODR ODR ODR ODR ODR ODR ODR

Govt. Women College to Malwa Colony Patiala Stadium Chowk to Women College Patiala Internal road to Rajpura colony PTA Road from Rajpura Patiala road to PWD store near NPHC Patiala Circuit House to Rajbaha road PTA Patiala Nabha road to Power colony Patiala Patiala Nabha road to Model Town Patiala Ghalauri Gate bridge to Dakala road along Choti Nadi Total=

0.63 0.69 1.35 0.78 0.23 0.39 0.45 1.81 215.40 2.87 5.10 7.01 2.65 2.60 3.22 16.43 23.20 14.00 25.96 10.09 4.36 9.53 4.43 24.76 17.12 13.45 2.00 0.50 5.10 0.88 5.12 0.62 1.33 6.56

Construction Circle, Patiala-II 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 112 ODR-02 ODRODRODR-07 ODR-08 ODR-09 ODR-18 ODR-43 ODRODR-44 ODR-42 ODRODR-47 ODRODRODRODRODRODRODR-01 ODR-03 ODR-04 ODR-05 ODR-06 ODR-07 Old G.T. Road Rajpura. Mubarkpur Dakoli Road. Bhankerpur Mubarakpur Ramgarh road. R.C.Road to Chatt Zoo. R,C. Road to Rampur Zoo. A.C. to Zoo via Shatabgarh. Banur Tepla Road. Jarout Rampur Sainia. R.C. Road to Sohara. Lalru Handesra Khelan Mellan Road. Surat Manoli Road. Mubarkpur Habiatpur Saidpur. Mubarkpur Sundran to Nimbuan. Chandiala Hassanpur Surrat Manouli. Bahadurgarh Seel Ghanour Shambu Km. 12.79-37.55 Ghanour Ambala City via Lachhru Khurd & Sarala Khurd.Km. 0-17.12 Bahadurgarh Ghanour Chappar to Ghanouri Chappar Manoli. Dera Bassi Mubarakpur. Slip Road at Zirakpur. G.T.road to Madhopur Jesus Saviour School to Sirhind Chunni road up to Engg. Collage F.G.S. 50 bedded Hospital to Gurdwara F.G.S. Bassi Bye-Pass. I.T.I. To Civil Hospital Bassi Pathana. G.T.Road to level X-ing Sirhind Bassi Sahidgarh Raipur Rayian.

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113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120 121 122 123 124 125

ODR-08 ODR-09 ODR-10 ODR-11 ODR-12 ODR-13 ODR-14 ODR-17 ODR-17 ODR-15 ODR-01 ODRODR-

G.T.Road to Bhamarsi to Renghera Road. Rurki Chanarthal Thora Tarkeri road. Amloh Khanna Road. Nagawan Karimpur Kotla road. Kharar Bassi Road (Km. 12.00 to 24.20) Morinda Chunni Road. Sirhind Mandi to Sirhind City. G.T.road to Badali Ala Singh Amloh Khanna Road to Salana Jiwan Singh wqala Lallon road up to Distt. boundary F.G.S. Amloh Bhambri Bugga to Jaurapul up to Distt boundary F.G.S. Jessus Saviour School to Vill. Bhaironpur upto Sirhind Chunni Road. Adjoining road of ROB Sirhind. Service road to ROB Sirhind . Total=

10.00 6.00 8.70 6.50 12.20 11.75 1.50 11.20 14.88 18.20 4.48 1.43 0.68 316.39 15.55 11.55 7.54 7.15 5.36 9.58 6.32 23.30 12.71 4.90 15.25 0.91 29.60 9.47 14.99

Construction Circle, Pathankot 126 127 128 129 130 131 132 133 134 135 136 137 138 139 140 ODR ODR ODR ODR ODR ODR ODR ODR ODR ODR ODR ODR ODR ODR ODR Batala Qadian road Km 0.00 to 15.55 Rampur Ghonewal to Kot Gurbax Rai road Km 0.00 to 11.55 Dharamkot Rattar Chatter Machiwal road Km 0.00 to 7.54 Amritsar Mehta SHGPur road (Sec Ghuman to Kartarpur) Km 0.00 to 7.15) Kala Afgana Veela Teja road ( 0.00 to 5.36) Kala Afgana Dhianpur Kotli Surat Malli road Km 0.00 to 9.58 Batala Bye Pass road Km 0.00 to 6.32 Batala Kahnuwan road Km 0.00 to 23.30 Qadian Harchowal road Km 0.00 to 12.71 Qadian Kot Todar Mal road (Km 0..00 to 4.90) Kalanour Qila Lal Singh road ( Km 0.00 to 15.25) Bye Pass SHGPur road ( 0.00 to 0.91) Gurdaspur Hardochanni Dostpur Bohar Wadala Kalanour road (Km 0.00 to 29.60) Gurdaspur Pandori Mahantan road ( Km 0.00 to 9.47) Shalla Chak Sharif to Kahnuwan road (Km 0.00 to 14.99)

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141 142 143 144 145 146 147 148 149 150 151 152 153 154 155 156 157 158 159 160 161 162 163 164 165 166

ODR ODR ODR ODR ODR ODR ODR ODR ODR ODR ODR ODR ODR ODR ODR ODR ODR ODR ODR ODR ODR ODR ODR ODR ODR ODR

Approach road to Railway Station Gurdaspur from NH - 15 ( 0.00 to 0.44) Approach road to Railway Station Dhariwal via Gurdwara Burj Sahib from NH - 15 ( Km 0.00 to 1.44) Approach road to Railway Station Sohal from NH - 15 ( Km 0.00 to 0.81) Approach road to Railway Station Dina Nagar from NH - 15 Km 0.00 to 0.40) Tibri Barrier to Gurdaspur SHGPur road (Km 0.00 to 1.09) Dhariwal Bhumbli Sidhwan road ( Km 0.00 to 10.80) Ganji Dorangala road (Km 0.00 to 4.38) Naushera Majja Singh to Chhinna Kunjer Bridge road (Km 0.00 to 7.72) Approach road to Distt Court road (Km 0.00 to 0.55) Session House Chowk Railway Station Chungi (Km 0.00 to 0.61) Rice Mill to BSF Head Quarter (Km 0.00 to 0.43) Railway Station Chungi to Military Head Quarter (Km 0.00 to 0.43) Session House Chowk to DC Office(Km 0.00 to 0.30) Company Bagh to Session House Chowk (Km 0.00 to 0.61) Poultry Farm Chowk to APK road via Dakbanglow (Km 0.00 to 1.94) Poultry Farm Chowk to Dakbanglow via Agricultural Farm (Km 0.00 to 1.43) Jail Gate to District Court road (Km 0.00 to 0.28) Dina Nagar Narot Jaimal Singh road (Km 0.00 to 13.20 and 14.00 to 19.25) Dina Nagar Galri road (Km 0.00 to 12.76) Behrampur Bahmni Jhabkra Tanda road (Km 0.00 to 5.40) Malikpur Sarna Road (Km 0.00 to 1.36) Pathankot Sujanpur road (Km 0.00 to 5.63) Pathankot Shahpur Kandi road (Km 0.00 to 10.68) Mamoon Madhopur road (Km 0.00 to 16.30) Malikpur Sunder Chak Kathlour road (Km 0.00 to 17.40) Bani Lodhi Kotli Muglan road (Km 0.00 to 7.26)

0.44 1.44 0.81 0.40 1.09 10.80 4.38 7.72 0.55 0.61 0.43 0.43 0.30 0.61 1.94 1.43 0.28 18.73 12.76 5.40 1.36 5.63 10.68 16.30 17.40 7.26

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167 168 169 170 171 172 173 174 175 176 177 178 179 180

ODR ODR ODR ODR ODR ODR ODR ODR ODR ODR ODR ODR ODR ODR

Shahpur Kandi to Mile 13 C.D. road (Km 0.00 to 9.30) Old Dalhousie road (Km 0.00 to 1.44) Dunera Suliali Lehroon Gall road (Km 0.00 to 12.40) Dunera Bhangila road (Km 6.07 to 8.80) Dhariwal Bus Stand to FC godown, Fazzupur (Km 0.00 to 0.92) Dhariwal Kot Santokh Rai to Allowal Jagowal Jattan to Bakshiwal road (Km 0.00 to 11.80) Kalanour Qila Lal Singh road to Khanowal Shakri Dule Nangal road (Km 0.00 to 9.21) Gurdaspur Dera Baba Nanak road to Bhikariwal Jagowal Jattan road (Km 0.00 to 4.76) Dhariwal Bhumbli Sidhwan road to APK road via Gurdwara Burj Sahib (Km 0.00 to 2.99) Gurdaspur Dera Baba Nanak road to Jagowal Panwan Bhandal road (Km 0.00 to 6.39) Dhariwal Kalyanpur Joura Chittran road (Km 0.00 to 7.93) Dhariwal Kalanour vial Mullianwal Kaler Kalan Nano Harni Bhandal road (Km 0.00 to 23.43) Gurdapsur Sri Hargobindpur road to Kahnuwan (Sathiali Bridge to Kahnuwan) (Km 0.00 to 2.74) Kassowal Enclave road (Gravel road) (Km 0.00 to 10.42) Total= Patti Sirhali road Patti Town to Patti Sirhali road Narli Chhina Bidhi Chand Road Jandiala Tarn Taran road Dera Baba Jaimal Singh to Sathiala Harsha Chhina Fatehgarh Churian road Ajnala Bhindi Saydan Lopoke road Beas to Dera Baba Jaimal Singh road Khadoor Sahib Voin Poin Dhotian road Nagoke Khadoor Sahib Goindwal Sahib road Khadoor Sahib Verowal road Jandiala Verowal road Rayya Lidder Jalalabad road G.T.Road to Gehri Mandi

9.30 1.44 12.40 2.73 0.92 11.80 9.21 4.76 2.99 6.39 7.93 23.43 2.74 10.42 409.82 11.68 0.87 6.64 14.87 5.41 16.76 27.30 6.69 11.56 13.80 6.40 21.62 16.76 3.10

Construction Circle, Amritsar 181 182 183 184 185 186 187 188 189 190 191 192 193 194 ODR-01 ODR-03 ODR-04 ODR-05 ODR-06 ODR-06 ODR-07 ODR-08 ODR-09 ODR-10 ODR-11 ODR-12 ODR-13 ODR-14

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195 196 197 198 199 200 201 202 203 204 205 206 207 208 209 210 211 212 213 214 215 216 217 218 219 220 221 222 223 224 225 226 227 228 229 230 231 232

ODR-15 ODR-16 ODR-18 ODR-19 ODR-20 ODR-21 ODR-22 ODR-23 ODR-24 ODR-25 ODR-26 ODR-27 ODR-28 ODR-29 ODR-30 ODR-33 ODR-34 ODR-32 ODR-35 ODR-36 ODR-37 ODR-38 ODR-39 ODR-40 ODR-41 ODR-42 ODR-43 ODR-44 ODR-45 ODR-46 ODR-47 ODR-48 ODR-49 ODR-50 ODR-51 ODR-52 ODR-53 ODR-54

Gehri Mandi Bazar Khilchian Mianwind Nagoke road Sheron Dhotian Jamarai Road Fetehbad Chohla Sahib road Chheharta Dhand Bir Sahib road Tarn Taran Manochal Shabazpur Dyalpur road App.road to Rly.Station Gharyala Cheema Kot Budha road Valtoha Amarkot road Dhand Bakhna road Dhand Kasel Sarai Amanat Khan road Bhakna Loharimal road Cheecha Bhakna road Rajatal to Naushera Dhalla road Gandiwind Cheema road A.T.T.S.H. road to Verpal App. Road to Rly.Station Attari Cheecha Hoshiar Nagar road Gaggomehal Chamiari road Fatehgarh Churian to Ramdass Ramdass Kamalpur road G.T.Road to Boparai Baj Singh Khurmanian road App.road to Rly. Station Ramdass from Ajnala Ramdass road Majitha Kathunangal road Amritsar Sohian Fatehgarh Churian road Majitha Bye Pass Jantipur Railway Station from NH-15 A.P.K. road to Rly. Station Kathunangal Majitha Sohian road G.T.Road to Polytechnic road Bye Pass A.T.T.S.H. to Tarn Taran road APK road to Railway Station Verka Khadoor Sahib to Balloke Patti Khem Karan to Gajjal road App. Road to Industrial Complex Goindwal Sirhali Chohla Sahib road Khadoor Sahib Tarn Taran road G.T.Road Bye Pass to Jagdev Kalan

0.50 12.62 10.87 18.23 17.15 23.71 2.00 11.27 3.50 5.81 7.54 6.10 2.35 5.37 4.30 2.41 1.80 3.98 6.62 15.42 5.92 6.15 1.33 8.00 23.05 0.96 0.24 1.40 4.66 0.85 1.98 0.13 0.35 8.46 1.12 5.56 19.36 14.50

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233 234

ODR-20 ODR-8

App.road to Beer Baba Budha Sahib Sathiala Butala Kartarpur road Total=

0.40 8.64 438.07 15.43 8.05 22.60 17.46 0.62 8.40 4.50 11.46 10.90 18.85 29.36 0.70 9.30 5.20 3.50 5.06 4.73 Total= 176.12 18.10 11.70 5.14 11.40 9.33 13.40 9.10 6.00 14.50 3.20 8.60 1.30 9.40 2.60

Construction Circle, Jallandhar-I 235 236 237 238 239 240 241 242 243 244 245 246 247 248 249 250 251 ODR-05 ODR-23 ODR-08 ODR-04 ODR-26 ODR-21 ODR-13 ODR-3 ODR-11 ODR-15 ODR-20 ODR-15 ODRODR-17 ODR-19 ODR-1 ODR-24 Phillaur Rahon Road Lohian Jakupur road Phagwara Jandiala Nakodar Road Goraya Jandiala Road Phillaur Bye Pass Road Nurmehal Bilga Moi Road Talwan to River Bed Malsian Lohian road Banga Phillaur road Phagwara Dosangh Road Jal.Jandiala N/Mehal TalwanRoad Court road Phillaur Mehatpur Parjian Road Bhogpur to Bullowal Raod Bholath to Kartarpur Road Jalandhar Hoshiarpur Link Road Kalra to Matiana Road

Construction Circle, Jallandhar-II 252 253 254 255 256 257 258 259 260 261 262 263 264 265 ODR-05 ODR-06 ODR-01 ODR-09 ODR-10 ODR-11 ODR-14 ODR-21 ODR-23 Phillaur Rahon road. Rahon Jadla Road. Mahilpur Phagwara upto Behram road Nawanshahar Aur road. Banga Garhshankar road. Banga Phillaur road. i.(Sec:Banga Mukandpur upto Distt. Boundary Nawanshahar) Banga Aur Via Sahlon road. Kathgarh Rattewal road. Balachaur -Bhaddi -Nurpur road.

KODR-22 Balachaur Garhi road. KODR 08 Phagwara-Jandiala-Nakodar road KODR-15 Phagwara-Dosanjh road KODR-13 Rawalpindi Panchat road KODR-15 Phagwara Palahi road

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266 267 268 269 270 271 272 273 274 275 276 277 278 279

KODR-18 Sultanpur Lohian road KODR-01 Approaches road H/L bridge river beas near Goindwal KODR-07 Sultanpur Bye Pass road KODR-08 P.W.D.Rest House to Gurdwara Bersahib KODR-9 Didwindi to Sultanpur KODR-52 Maisian to Lohian road(Rd. Maintained by R/B Divn. Jalandhar) KODR-17 Sultanpur to Dalla Road KODR-14 Hussainpur-Saidpur-Mangupur road JODR-19 Bholath-Kartarpur road KODR-02 Kapurthala-Katalgarh Kanjli road KODR-03 Nadala-Dhilwan road KODR-04 Nadala-Begowal Miani road KODR-16 Bholath-Begowal Via Bhadas KODR-18 Begowal-Bhatnura road Total=

5.50 8.38 2.00 2.44 6.40 2.20 6.00 13.50 8.00 4.47 12.40 17.76 7.41 10.20 230.43 6.05 17.05 7.80 9.60 11.20 14.55 11.96 6.76 10.21 10.40 22.55 17.45 12.40 4.05 18.99 16.46 2.35 12.20 4.80 26.50 0.47

Construction Circle, Ludhiana 280 281 282 283 284 285 286 287 288 289 290 291 292 293 294 295 296 297 298 299 300 ODR-02 ODR-03 ODR-04 ODR-05 ODR-06 ODR-07 ODR-08 ODR-09 ODR-10 ODR-11 ODR-13 ODR-14 ODR-15 ODR-16 ODR-17 ODR-18 ODR-19 ODR-20 ODR-21 ODR-22 ODR-23 Halwara Pakhowal road Dehlon-Q.Raipur-Gujjarwal-Pakhowal rd. G.T.road to Kaddon Payal road Chhapar Rachhine Lohat Baddi Bhadewal bridge to Maloud road Chowkiman Swaddi Bhundri road Bassian Lakhan Hathur road Kup to Maloud road Sidhwan bet Dharamkot road L.F.road to Galib Kalan road Ludhiana Pakhowal road Sarabha Raikot road Chawa Samrala road Kohara Machhiwara Lakhowal Kohara Machhiwara road Sahnewal Dehlon road L.C.road to Bhani Sahib road Samrala Jhar Sahib road Sahnewal Kohara road Road along Sirhind canal from Dhoulran bridge to Neelon bridge' Chawa Railway Station app.road

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301 302 303 304 305 306 307 308 309 310 311 312 313 314 315 316 317 318 319 320 321

ODR-24 ODR-25 ODR-26 ODR-27 ODR-28 ODR-30 ODR-31 (ii) (iii) (iv) (v) ODR-32 ODR-33 ODR ODR ODR ODR ODR ODR ODR ODR

Issru Payal road Neelon Doraha road Bija Payal Rara Jagera road Payal Dhamot road Raikot Bye Pass Khanna Amloh road G.G.S.Marg(Sec.Powat bridge Machhiwara road) G.G.S.Marg (Sec.Rampur Bridge to Kanetch G.T.road) G.G.S.Marg (sec.Sahnewal Dehlon to L.M.road) G.G.S.Marg (sec. Alamgir to D.H.R. road) G.G.S.Marg (Sec.DHR to DHR via Sudhar Heeran Attiana road) G.G.S.Marg (Sec.Jagraon Raikot to District Boundry road) Southeren Byepass Ludhiana Rattangarh Ghumana road L.F.Road to Ayali Bridge(LHS) G.G.S.Marg (RHS) G.T.road to Khanna Malerkotla road via Bhamaddi Chakohi Chawa Samrala Road to G.T. road via Bagli, Rupa, Dehru. Kohara, Ramgarh, Jandiali road. Machhiwara to Chak Lohat Matterwara to Rattangarh road Total= to

9.60 9.30 27.98 6.10 1.74 1.30 9.35 5.96 6.15 26.81 15.90 18.30 26.40 9.69 4.26 4.41 7.50 4.40 3.25 17.75 11.34 471.29 4.08 11.83 17.40 6.40 11.59 10.66 17.68 3.62 12.05 4.50 11.52 17.30

Construction Circle, Sangrur 322 323 324 325 326 327 328 329 330 331 332 333 ODR-01 ODR-03 ODR-04 ODR-05 ODR-06 ODR-07 ODR-08 ODR-09 ODR-10 ODR-28 ODR-12 ODR-13 Sangrur Byepass. Longowal Sunam road. Dhuri Bagrian road. Badbar Longowal. Dhuri Mullowal. Dhuri Bhalwan. Ladda Balian. Ladda Bahadur Singh wala. Sangrur Bhalwan road. Samana Bh.garh road. Dirba Kaurian. Dhuri Sherpur.

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334 335 336 337 338 339 340 341 342 343 344 345

ODR-14 ODR-15 ODR-16 ODR-17 ODR-18 ODR-19 ODR-20 ODR-21 ODR-22 ODR-23 ODR-24 ODR-25

Dhanaula Bhikhi road. Pakhoke Tapa road. Barnala Sanghera road. Barnala Thikriwala road. Sant Attar Singh Marg. Approach road to Railway Station Handiaya. Amargarh Mohali. Amargarh Mullabadha Salempur. Sangrur Ubewal road. Barnala Mullowal via Sekha Rangian. Sanghera Sherpur via Kheri Nangal. Balian to Sangrur Barnala Rd. Total=

16.90 12.80 2.00 5.84 22.00 1.80 3.40 6.60 3.80 18.85 15.61 13.60 251.83 5.83 8.55 7.78 10.27 18.85 13.65 13.20 28.20 12.63 15.02 9.38 28.16 21.82 5.98 5.02 7.00 4.26 8.73 3.61 1.20 1.80 2.83 Total= 233.77

Construction Circle, Ferozepur 346 347 348 349 350 351 352 353 354 355 356 357 358 359 360 361 362 363 364 365 366 367 ODR - 1 ODR - 2 ODR - 4 ODR - 6 ODR - 7 ODR - 8 ODR - 9 DHARAMKOT - JOGE WALA ROAD KOT ISE KHAN - ZIRA ROAD ZIRA - KHOSA PANDO ROAD MUKTSAR - ABOHAR PANNIWALA ROAD KHUIAN SERWAR PANJ KHOSI NIHAL KHERA TO DHS ROAD MUKTSAR- GHS ROAD FZR CITY TO WAHKA ROAD

ODR - 10 MAKHU - WAHKA ROAD ODR - 11 KHAI MAMDOT ROAD ODR - 12 TALWANDI - KHOSA DAL SINGH ROAD ODR - 13 FEROZE SHAH - KULGARHI ROAD ODR - 14 ABOHAR - HINDUMAL KOT ROAD ODR - 15 FAZILKA - HINDUMAL KOT ROAD VIA SHATIR WALA ODR- 16 P.A.P. PICKET NOOR SHAH ROAD ODR - 17 AMIR KHAS MIDDA ROAD ODR - 18 PINDI GAJNI WALA ROAD ODR - 19 TIBBI KALAN - LAKHA HAJI ROAD ODR - 20 FZR CITY - ZIRA GATE TO ZIRA ROAD ODR - 21 OCTROI POST - MALWAL ROAD ODR - 22 ROAD BEHIND CENTER JAIL FZR ODR- 23 TALWANDI KIRMITTI ROAD ODR - 24 MAKHU TOWN APPROACH ROAD

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Construction Circle, Faridkot 368 369 370 371 372 373 374 375 376 377 378 379 380 381 382 383 384 385 386 387 388 389 390 391 392 393 ODR-04 ODR-05 ODR-06 ODR-07 ODR-08 ODR-08 ODR-08 ODR-39 ODR-40 ODR-41 ODR-42 ODR-42 ODR-43 ODR-44 ODR-45 ODR-01 ODR-02 ODR-03 ODR-22 ODR-13 ODR-09 ODR-10 ODR-12 ODR-15 ODR-16 ODR-23 Baghapurana Nihal Singh wala Km0.00-20.96. Nihal Singh wala to Ramgarh Rd.0.00-12.00 Baghapurana -Mudki road 0.00-22.50 Moga Khosa Pando -Zira road Km.0.00-15.42 Chakkar Rama Balaspur Road km.0.00-7.10 Lohara-Takhtupura-Nihal Singh WALA ROAD KM 0.08.05 Zaffarnama road 0.00-15.60 Ajitwal Daudike Madoke Butter Ransih Khurd upto Nihal Singh 0.00-20.835 Bye Pass Moga Budh Singh wala Charik Gholia Samadh Bhai Upto Gurudawara Km.0.00-24.40 Dharamkot Jogewala road 0.00-21.00 Dharamkot Kot Ise Khan road.0.0-9.32 Kot Ise Khan-Zira road Km.9.32-15.25 Sidhwan Dharamkot road km10.21-23.91 Dharamkot Bye Pass km.0.00-1.63 Galib Kalan Kot Ise Khan road 0.00-25.20 Sadiq-Jand Sahib road Km. 0.00-6.12 Faridkot-Bir-Chahal road Km. 0.00-8.85 Kotkapura-Jaitu-Chandbhan road Km. 1.42-11.42 Byepass Faridkot road Km. 0.00-3.40 Bathinda-Ghudda-Badal-Kheowali road (Km. 27.3033.91 Muktsar-Abohar road via Panniwala. (Km.0.00-37.70 Muktsar-Guruhar Sahai road (Km. 0.00-14.00 Byepass Dabwali road (Km. 0.00-3.64 Abulkhurana-Tappakhera road (Km. 0.00-3.57 Gidderbaha-Badal-Dabwali road (Km. 16.50-29.40 Tarmala-Phullukhera-Deonkhera-Tappakhera & Deonkhera to Abulkhurana (Section TarmalaPhullukhera-Deonkhera-Tappakhera road) (Km. 0.00-18.65 Tarmala-Fullukhera-Deonkhera-Tappakhera & Deonkhera to AbulKhurana (Section Deonkhera to AbulKhurana (Km. 0.-5.216 Khandukhera-Bheetiwala-Sikhwala-Sehna KheraAdhnia upto Malout-Dabwali road (Km. 0.00-19.46 ((Km. 9.00-9.70 Part of Lambi-Khuban road) 20.96 12.00 22.50 15.42 7.10 8.05 15.60 20.84 24.40 21.00 9.32 5.93 13.70 1.63 25.20 6.12 8.85 10.00 3.40 6.61 37.70 14.00 3.64 3.57 12.90 18.65

394

ODR-23

5.22

395

ODR-24

19.46

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396 397 398 399 400 401 402 403 404 405 406 407 408 409 410 411 412 413 414 415 416 417 418 419

ODR-25 ODR-29 ODR-30 ODR-31 ODR-34 ODR-34 ODR-34 ODR-34 ODR-35 ODR-36 ODR-37 ODR-03 ODR-11 ODR-13 ODR-14 ODR-16 ODR-17 ODR-18 ODR-19 ODR-20 ODR-26 ODR-27 ODR-28 ODR-32

Bheetiwala-Roran Wali-Fathui Khera-Fatehpur-Manian to Tappa khera road (Km. 0.00-19.60 Lambi-Panjawa-Sikhwala-Kuttian Wali-Khubban upto Abohar-SitoGuno-Dabwali road (Km. 0.00-22.80 Malout-Burj Sidhwan-Shamkot-Bhai Ka Khera-Khema khera to Khubban road (Km. 0.00-24.30 Mahabadhar-Bhagsar-Lakhewali-NandgarhSammewali road (Km. 0.00-18.91 Malout-Abohar road to Burj Sidhwan-ChappianawaliDanewala-Jand wala to Malout-Bathinda road (Km. 0.00-14.205 Malout-Abohar road to Burj Sidhwan road (Km. 0.00-5.505 Burj Sidhwan to Chhappian Wali (Km. 0.00-3.75 (Km. 5.505-9.255) Danewala-Jandwala to Malout-Bathinda road (Km. 0.00-4.95 (Km. 9.255-14.205) Grain Market Muktsar to Ballamgarh road to (Km 09.10 Badal-Mehna road (Km. 0.00-6.80 Sarai Naga to Jaitu-Mallan road via Harike KalanMadhak-Surguri-Kasam Bhatti-Rori Kapura (Km. 0.00-11.67 Kotkapura-Jaitu-chand bhan road Km.11.42-23.33 Lambi-Gidderbaha road Km. 0.00-16.75 Husnar x-ing to Lala Ganpat Rai Cotton Factory at Gidderbaha Km. 0.00-2.32 Bharu x-ing to Rly. X-ing Peori at Gidderbaha Km. 0.00-2.20 Gidderbaha-Badal-Dabwali road Km. 0.00-16.50 Husner-Madhir-Sotha-Rupana road Km. 0.00-26.31 Husner-Gurusar-Lunde-Bhunder road Km. 0.00-17.54 Gidderbaha-Kotbhai-Bhalaiana road Km. 0.00-14.70 Kotbhai-Doda via Chattiana Km. 0.00-14.95 Lambi-Gidderbaha road to Lal Bhai-Abul Khurana road Km.0.00-8.28 Danewala-Dhaulakingra-Tharaj Wala to LambiGidderbaha road Km. 0.00-13.50 Doda-Mallan via Kauni Km.0.00-11.70 Gidderbaha-Nandgarh via Peori road Km. 0.00-15.10

19.60 22.80 24.30 18.33

5.51 3.75 4.95 9.10 6.80 11.67 11.91 16.75 2.32 2.20 16.50 26.31 17.54 14.70 14.95 8.28 13.50 11.70 15.10

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420 421 422

ODR-33 ODR-37 ODR-38

Bye pass at Gidderbaha (From Lambi-Gidderbaha road to Malout-Bathinda road Km. 0.00-5.85 Sarai Naga to Jaitu-Mallan road via Harike KalanMadhak-Surguri-Kasam Bhatti-Rori Kapura Km.11.6720.30 Jaitu-Mallan road Km. 0.00-15.06 Total=

5.85 8.63 15.06 701.87 0.76 18.77 3.95 4.97 13.33 7.92 3.60 5.88 10.00 1.77 13.64 2.75 1.30 27.30 2.29 7.20 1.50 1.24 11.21 2.02 0.95 1.07 1.50 20.00 19.51 1.21 8.78 15.88 2.84

Construction Circle, Bathinda 423 424 425 426 427 428 429 430 431 432 433 434 435 436 437 438 439 440 441 442 443 444 445 446 447 448 449 450 451 ODR ODR ODR ODR ODR ODR ODR ODR-07 ODR-08 ODR ODR-01 ODR-02 ODR-03 ODR-13 ODR-14 ODR-03 ODR-16 ODR-21 ODR-18 ODR-19 ODR-20 ODR-23 ODR-24 ODR-9 ODR 22 ODR ODR ODR ODR Bathinda Talwandi Sabo road to Bus stand Talwandi Sabo Maur Talwandi road Approach road to Maur Mansa Talwandi road Talwandi Sabo Raman road Raman Talwandi road to Refinery gate Kanakwal Ramsara Refinery road Rampura Mehraj road Jalla Hakim Singh Wala road Bye Pass Rampura Phul Nathana-Jandwala road Bhucho-Kot Fatta road BBM road to Lehra Mohabat Bathinda-Ghudda-Badal-Kheowali road Old Bus Stand to BBM Road Kotkapura-Jaitu-Chandbhan-Goniana road (Sec.Chandbhan to Goniana) Bye Pass Balahar Binju Old Bye Pass Goniana Bathinda-Muktsar road to Killi Nihal Singh Wala Bathinda to Bhagu via Water Works Grain Market Bathinda to Bathinda-Dabwali road Approach road to ROB Bathinda Service road of ROB Bathinda on both side Mansa Talwandi Sabo raod Talwandi Sabo Sangha road (Sec. Talwandi Sabo Rori road to H.S. Road Via Kusla Jatana road App. Road Bus Stand Mansa Dhanola Bikhi Road Karandi Sanga road Ramgarh Jorkian to Jagatgarh Bandran

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Total= C.W. Circle, Amritsar 452 453 454 455 456 457 458 459 460 461 462 463 464 465 466 467 468 469 470 471 472 473 474 475 476 477 478 479 480 481 482 483 484 485 486 487 ODR-01 ODR-03 ODR-04 ODR-05 ODR-06 ODR-06 ODR-07 ODR-08 ODR-09 ODR-10 ODR-11 ODR-12 ODR-13 ODR-14 ODR-15 ODR-16 ODR-18 ODR-19 ODR-20 ODR-21 ODR-22 ODR-23 ODR-24 ODR-25 ODR-26 ODR-27 ODR-28 ODR-29 ODR-30 ODR-33 ODR-34 ODR-32 ODR-35 ODR-36 ODR-37 ODR-38 Patti Sirhali road Patti Town to Patti Sirhali road Narli Chhina Bidhi Chand Road Jandiala Tarn Taran road Dera Baba Jaimal Singh to Sathiala Harsha Chhina Fatehgarh Churian road Ajnala Bhindi Saydan Lopoke road Beas to Dera Baba Jaimal Singh road Khadoor Sahib Voin Poin Dhotian road Nagoke Khadoor Sahib Goindwal Sahib road Khadoor Sahib Verowal road Jandiala Verowal road Rayya Lidder Jalalabad road G.T.Road to Gehri Mandi Gehri Mandi Bazar Khilchian Mianwind Nagoke road Sheron Dhotian Jamarai Road Fetehbad Chohla Sahib road Chheharta Dhand Bir Sahib road Tarn Taran Manochal Shabazpur Dyalpur road App.road to Rly.Station Gharyala Cheema Kot Budha road Valtoha Amarkot road Dhand Bakhna road Dhand Kasel Sarai Amanat Khan road Bhakna Loharimal road Cheecha Bhakna road Rajatal to Naushera Dhalla road Gandiwind Cheema road A.T.T.S.H. road to Verpal App. Road to Rly.Station Attari Cheecha Hoshiar Nagar road Gaggomehal Chamiari road Fatehgarh Churian to Ramdass Ramdass Kamalpur road G.T.Road to Boparai Baj Singh Khurmanian road

213.14 11.68 0.87 6.64 14.87 5.41 16.76 27.30 6.69 11.56 13.80 6.40 21.62 16.76 3.10 0.50 12.62 10.87 18.23 17.15 23.71 2.00 11.27 3.50 5.81 7.54 6.10 2.35 5.37 4.30 2.41 1.80 3.98 6.62 15.42 5.92 6.15

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488 489 490 491 492 493 494 495 496 497 498 499 500 501 502 503 504 505

ODR-39 ODR-40 ODR-41 ODR-42 ODR-43 ODR-44 ODR-45 ODR-46 ODR-47 ODR-48 ODR-49 ODR-50 ODR-51 ODR-52 ODR-53 ODR-54 ODR-20 ODR-8

App.road to Rly. Station Ramdass from Ajnala Ramdass road Majitha Kathunangal road Amritsar Sohian Fatehgarh Churian road Majitha Bye Pass Jantipur Railway Station from NH-15 A.P.K. road to Rly. Station Kathunangal Majitha Sohian road G.T.Road to Polytechnic road Bye Pass A.T.T.S.H. to Tarn Taran road APK road to Railway Station Verka Khadoor Sahib to Balloke Patti Khem Karan to Gajjal road App. Road to Industrial Complex Goindwal Sirhali Chohla Sahib road Khadoor Sahib Tarn Taran road G.T.Road Bye Pass to Jagdev Kalan App.road to Beer Baba Budha Sahib Sathiala Butala Kartarpur road Total=

1.33 8.00 23.05 0.96 0.24 1.40 4.66 0.85 1.98 0.13 0.35 8.46 1.12 5.56 19.36 14.50 0.40 8.64 438.07 5.81 4.88 2.97 Total= 13.66 4536.10

C.W. Circle, Amritsar 506 507 508 ODR-1 Bodh Chakki Dhar road Ring road arround Hoshiarpur City Phase-II Ring road around Hoshiarpur City Phase-III Grand Total=

LENGTH OF LINK ROADS MARKET COMMITTEEWISE WITH PUNJAB, PWD B&R DISTRICT AMRITSAR 1 2 3 4 5 6 1 2 Market Committee KHADOOR SAHIB KHEMKARAN MAJITHA MEHTA PATTI RAYYIA TOTAL BATHINDA BHAGTA BHAIKA Length of roads (In KM) 220.57 235.69 226.18 157.95 209.08 214.12 1263.59 160.04 187.12

BATHINDA

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3 4 5 6 7 8 9 FARIDKOT FATEHGARH SAHIB 1 1 2 3 4 5 1 2 3 4 5 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 5

FEROZEPUR

GURDASPUR

HOSHIARPUR

JALANDHAR

BHUCHO GONIANA MAUR RAMAN RAMPURA PHUL SANGAT TALWANDI SABO TOTAL JAITU TOTAL AMLOH BASSI PATHANA CHANARTHAL KHAMANO SIRHIND TOTAL FEROZEPUR CITY GURU HARSAHAI JALALABAD MALLANWALA MAMDOT TOTAL DHARIWAL DINA NAGAR KAHNUWAN KALANAUR NAROT JAIMAL SINGH QADDIAN SRI HARGOBINDPUR TOTAL DASUA HOSHIARPUR MUKERIAN TANDA URMAR TOTAL ADAMPUR BHOGPUR JALANDHAR CANTT JALANDHAR CITY PHILLAUR

182.71 178.00 184.09 193.90 377.91 162.92 185.24 1811.93 261.49 261.49 244.64 184.67 230.69 228.73 341.80 1230.53 260.72 252.12 338.95 153.61 159.96 1165.36 249.76 264.50 127.89 178.15 141.81 194.69 221.61 1378.41 371.35 948.78 696.33 237.75 2254.21 227.71 167.28 303.78 435.08 224.70

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KAPURTHALA

1 2 3 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1 2 3 1 1 2 3 4 5 1 2 3 4 5 6 1 2 3 4 5 6

LUDHIANA

MOGA

MUKTSAR PATIALA

ROPAR

SANGRUR

TOTAL BHOLLATH PHAGWARA SULTANPUR LODHI TOTAL DORAHA KHANNA KILA RAIPUR LUDHIANA MACHHIWARA MALAUD SAHNEWAL SAMRALA SIDHWAN BET TOTAL AJITWAL BADHANI KALAN MOGA TOTAL BARIWALA TOTAL BHADSON GHANAUR NABHA PATTRAN RAJPURA TOTAL ANANDPUR SAHIB CHAMKAUR SAHIB KHARAR KURALI MORINDA ROPAR TOTAL AHMEDGARH BHIWANIGARH DHANAULA MALERKOTLA SANGRUR SULARGHARAT

1358.55 196.22 365.95 313.58 875.75 351.40 537.44 330.94 386.87 277.43 282.13 185.87 218.58 163.71 2734.37 160.42 193.13 449.27 802.82 180.18 180.18 264.70 272.31 294.46 339.78 204.43 1375.68 556.75 211.25 419.92 270.87 206.18 335.17 2000.14 176.04 226.42 197.31 367.20 191.33 128.78

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7

TAPPA TOTAL

188.48 1475.56

NO. OF MC's

76

Length=

20168.57 448.90 20617.47 42070.40 669.91

Length of New Link Roads constructed under PMGSY Scheme Phase-1, Phase-II and Phase-III Total Length withPWD Total Length of Link Roads in Punjab as on 30.06.02 Total length of New Link Roads constructed under PMGSY Scheme Phase-I, Phase-II and Phase-III

Grand Total =

42740.31

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