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7 Stock Issue Rate of Emulsion Explosive ( unit per kg) Rate i) cost of Emulsion Explosive ( unit per kg)

@ Rs. 67 per No. at Ex store Dehradun 67.00 ii) VAT @ 12.5% 12.50 iii) Carriage from stockyard to project store @ Rs.1059.60/MT for177 km one way by truck of 9 MT capacity assuming @ 1kg each L.S. 1059.60 Sub Total iv) Supervision & storage charges @ 2% of sub total Cost per kg 2.00 Rs./No. 67.00 8.38

1.06 76.43 1.53 77.96 78.00

Say Rs. 8 Stock Issue Rate of Long Delay Detonetor LLD 5 metre ( unit per No.) Rate Rs./No. i) Long Delay Detonetor LLD 5 metre ( unit per No.) @ Rs. 15 per No. at Ex store Dehradun 15.00 15.00 ii) VAT @ 12.5% 12.5 1.88 iii) Carriage from stockyard to project store @ Rs.1059.60/MT for177 km one way by truck of 9 MT capacity assuming @ 1kg each L.S. 1059.6 1.06 Sub Total iv) Supervision & storage charges @ 2% of sub total Cost per No. 2.0 Say Rs. 17.93 0.36 18.29 18.00

/kg

/No.

9 Stock Issue rates of Drill steel for Jack Hammer ( unit Rs. per RM) Average rate of Drill steel rod i Cost of Drill steel rod (2'7") ii Cost of Drill steel rod (2'7") Size 34mm 40mm Total Average Rs. /No. 2565.00 2860.00 5425.00 2712.50 Rate Cost of steel per No. including taxes (Except Sales tax) at Dehradun 2712.50 ii) Add VAT @ 12.50% iii) Total cost iv) Add Transportation & Site handling, freight, insurance, etc. @ 5% Sub Total v) Life of drill steel rod as per CWC guidelines = 130 m a) Rate of drill rod per m b) Sharpening Charges L.S. Rs. 2.00 Total cost per RM 130.00 2.00 24.65 2.00 26.65 i) Rs./No. 2712.50 339.06 3051.56 152.58 3204.14

Cost of Materials Analysis of rates of Cartage of materials

Cartage of materials from Dehradun toTiuni (Distance from Dehradun Yard/Store to Tiuni = 177 km) Unit rate Rs./MT (As per item No. 141(b), 148(b) and 143(a)(ii)) S. Rate No. Distance Rs./km Rs./MT 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 upto 1 km. Extra for 2 to 3 km @ Rs. 9.50/km Extra for 4 to 5 km @ Rs. 7.0/km Extra for 6 to 10 km @ Rs. 6.3/km Extra for 11 to 20 km @ Rs. 4.80/km Extra for 21 to 30 km @ Rs. 4.0/km Extra for 31 to 50 km @ Rs. 3.40/km Extra for 51 to 177 km @ Rs. 2.7/km 50.00 9.50 7.00 6.30 4.80 4.00 3.40 2.70 Sub total Add contractor's profit @ 5% Sub total 50.00 19.00 14.00 31.50 48.00 40.00 68.00 342.90 613.40 30.67 644.07
13.00

Stacking of cement Head load from 90 m to 300 m @ Rs. 1.10 per qtl/30m chain for an av. distance of 240.00 m Total Rs. 1 Stock Issue rate of OPC 43 Grade Cement ( unit per bag) As per IS 8112 : 1989 Rate i) Cost of OPC 43 grade cement per MT ( 20bags) including tax at Dehradun @ Rs.250 per bag of 50 kg as per item No. 2 of chapter 1 PWD SOR by order dated 05.06.2009. 250.00 ii) Carriage from stockyard to Tiuni Plasu Project investigation worksite @ Rs. 665.87 /MT for177 km one way by truck 9 MT capacity Sub Total iii) Supervision & storage charges @ 2% of Sub Total Total cost per MT Cost of cement Rs. per bag of 50 kg = 5779.19/20 = Say Rs.

8.80

665.87 Per MT

Rs./MT

5000.00

665.87 5665.87 113.3174 5779.19 288.96 288.00 per bag

2 Stone Boulder at site for pillar ( unit per cum) Rate i) Cost of Graded/hand broken split boulder of 100-150 mm size at quarry as per item No. 2(g) of chapter 1 of PWD SOR ii) Add Contractor's profit @ 5% iii) Carraige of boulder an av. distance of 3 km by power transport = 65+10+10 iv) Carraige of boulder an av. distance of 1.00 km from quarry site to work site for foot tracks @ 44.00 per qt/ 0.50 km as per item No. 2(g) of PWD SOR 145 (b) = 0.71/.1 x 1/0.5 x 44 = v) Stacking of boulder Say Rs. 3 Sand at site for pillar ( unit per cum) Cost of coarse sand at quarry as per item No. 38 of chapter 1 of PWD SOR Cost of fine sand at quarry as per item No. 39 of chapter 1 of PWD SOR i) Cost of mixed sand at quarry (450+400)/2= ii) Add Contractor's profit @ iii) Carraige of boulder an av. distance of 3 km by power transport = 65+10+10 iv) Carraige of boulder an av. distance of km from quarry site to work site for foot tracks @ per qt/ km = 0.64/.1 x 1/0.5 x 44 = v) Stacking of sand Rate

Rs./cum

210.00 10.50 85.00

624.80 13.00 943.30 943.00 per cum Rs./cum 450.00 400.00 425.00 22.50 85.00

5%

1.00 44.00 0.50 563.20 13.00 1108.70 1023.50 per cum Rs./kg 5.00

Say Rs. 4 Lime white (unslacked) at site ( unit per kg) Rate i) Cost of Lime white (unslacked) for road as per item No. 18 of chapter 1 of PWD SOR ii) Carraige of boulder an av. distance of 1.00 km from quarry site to work site for foot tracks @ 44.00 per qt/ 0.50 km = 1/100 x 1/0.5 x 44 =

0.88

iii)

Sub Total Supervision & storage charges @ 2% of Sub Total Say Rs.

5.88 0.12 6.00 per kg 34.41 per lit

5 Cost of Diesel oil Rs. Per litre

Rs.

i ii iii iv v vi vii

Brick 333 No./MT Brick aggregate, Kankar, ballast Stone & Stone aggregate, shingle Lime & Shurki 0.85 cum/MT Diesel Oil density 960 kg/cum Sand Unskilled labour wages Semi skilled labour wages Highly skilled labour wages

0.94 cum/MT 0.71 cum/MT 1.0417 Cum/MT 0.64 cum/MT 130 3900 150 4500 220 6600

156 180 264

1.04167

3.2 a) Heavy Duty Jack Hammer 120 cfm Rs. / Hr a) Depreciation Charges i) Cost of Jack Hammer at site including Freight,insurance and all other taxes ii) Life of Jack Hammer in years Life time repair provision Life of Jack Hammer in hours Annual Scheduled Production Hours Depreciation charges in hours Depriciation charges in years Average Yearly Depriciation (in Rs.) Average Hourly Depriciation (in Rs.) b) Interest on capital investment Average annual cost 30000.00 X{(10+1)/(2X10)} Hourly interest-16500.00X12/100/2000 30,000.00 10.00 80.00 10,000.00 3,000.00 8,100.00 2,700.00 5,400.00 1.80

16,500.00 0.66

c) Repair and Maintenance Charges @ 80% of cost of machine/hour d) P.O.L charges compressed air required 120 cfm i) Cost of 120 cfm compressed air ii) Cost of lubricants and oil @ 25% of c(i) above. iii) Sundries and miscellaneous supplies @10% of (b) above iv) Pneumatic Rubber Hose Pipe 38mm dia with fitting 15m @ Rs. 120 per meter Total P.O.L Charges e) Labour Charges Rated yearly Life in hour with 80% efficiency = 0.8 x 3000 Regular 1) Operator -1 No. 2) Supervisor - 1/5 No. 3) Mechanic - 1/8 No. 2,400.00 6,600.00 1,320.00 825.00

2.40

456.00 114.00 0.24 9.00

579.24

Sub - total Casual 4) Helper-1/2 No. 5) Chowkidar 1/8 No. Sub - total Total Direct crew charges / month (in Total crew charges/ year (in Rs.) Hourly Crew charges/ hourly (in Rs.) Hourly Use Rate of Jack Hammer 120 cfm Say Rs.

8,745.00 1,950.00 487.50 2,437.50 11,182.50 134,190.00 55.91 640.01 640.00

Per hour

2.1 Compressed air for 100cfm A) Diesel Air Compressor 400 cfm (Stationary Type) a)Cost of Compressor at site including Freight, insurance and all other i) Depreciation Charges taxes Life in years ii) Life of air compressor in hours Life time repair provision (% of cost of equipment) Annual Scheduled Production Hours - three shifts iii) Depreciation charges w.r.t. life in hours Depreciation with reference to life in years Yearly Average Depriciation (in Rs.) Hourly Average Depriciation (in Rs.) b) Interest on capital investment Average annual cost 785160 X{(10+1)/(2X10)} Hourly interest-43183812/100/2000.00 Repair and Maintenance Charges @ 100% of cost of machine per hour = c) 785160x100/(12000x100) = d) P.O.L charges Rated HP of Machine Actual fuel consumption = 0.22 x 125 x C1 x C2 Type factor C1 = 1.0, Type factor C2 = 1.0 i) Cost of 27.50 ltr diesel @ Rs.34.41/Litre ii) Cost of lubricants and oil @ 25% of c(i) above. iii) Sundries and miscellaneous supplies @10% of (b) above Total P.O.L Charges e) Labour Charges Rated Life in hour/year with 80% efficiency Regular 1)Operator -1 No. 2) Electrician-1/2 No. 3) Foreman - 1/8 No. 4)Mechanic - 1/3 No. Sub - Total

785,160.00 10.00 12,000.00 100.00 3,000.00 176,661.00 70,664.40 123,662.70

431838

125 27.50

946.28 236.57 6.54

2,400.00 4,500.00 3,300.00 825.00 2,200.00 10,825.00

Casual 5)Helper-1 No. 6)Chowkidar 1/4 No. Sub - Total Total Direct crew charges / month (in Rs.) Total crew charges/ year (in Rs.) Hourly Crew charges/hour (in Rs.) Hourly Use Rate of 400 cfm Diesel Compressor Say Compressed air for 100 cfm 1392/4 =

3,900.00 975.00 4,875.00 15,700.00 188,400.00

1,391.81

41.22

17.27

65.43

1,189.39

78.5

1,392.00 348.00

4.3 Rock Excavation in tunnel ( per cum) 1) Labour Charge I) Quantity of excavated per m length of tunnel Finished size of drift Add for pay line ( 5cm ) Excavated size of drift = Cross section Area of tunnel = Add for overbreak @ 10% Quantity of Excavation per m length of tunnel = Progress per face per cycle Quantity of Excavation per cycles = 0.75 m. Quantity of Excavation per cycle per face = ii) Cycle Time Cycle Time Quantity of Excavation per day per face = 3.45 Say Average cycle per day = 3.00 cum III) Direct Labour Charge per day a) Foreman/Explosive inspector/Elecrtrician/explosive chargeman 1.0 No. per day @ Rs. b) Helper to electrician/hole cleaner/wireman for blasting 1 No. per day @ Rs. h) Beldars/Muckers 12.00 Nos. per day @ Rs. i) Muckers 12.00 Nos. @ Rs. 120 / day Total Amont Rs. Rate of Labour per Cum =6204/3 2) Machinery Charges

1.80 x 0.05 1.90 x 10%

2.10 2.20 4.18 4.60 4.60 0.75 3.45

0.75

24.0

hrs

24.0 3.45 3.00 3.00

264.00 180.00 180.00 120.00

264.00 180.00 4320.00 1440.00 6204.00 2068.00

Equipments i) Compressor ii) Jack Hammer Total Machinery Charges per day Rs. Total Machinery Charges per day Rs. 3) Material Charges Rate per cum A) Drilling & Blasting a) It is proposed that to achieve 0.75m progress per cycle1.00 m deep hole will be drilled

Nos. 1 1

Total Working working hour per hours per cycle day 3.0 3.00 3.0 3.00 2964.00 988.00

0.25

1.00

Cross section Area of drift = Assuming average spacing of blast holes = Area of rock cross section per hole = 0.75x0.75 No. of hole required per face 4.6/0.56 Additional hole for line drilling/ burn hole @5% Total hole Total depth of drilling =9 x 1 Rate of drill steel for jack hammer = Cost of drill steel =9x26.65 Quantity of Excavation per cycles = Cost of Drill steel per cum =239.83/3.45 b) Explosive i) Gelatine explosive Required per cum = 1 kg Cost of gelatine per kg Rate per cum ii) No. of detonator required Rate of detonator Cost of detonator & fuse coil = Quantity of Excavation per cycles = Rate per cum iii) Other consumable petty stores such as ablating bateries,galvanometers and blasting wires,etc. @ 50% of ( i ) Total Explosive charges per cum (i) + ( ii ) + (iii) = Total Drilling & Blasting cost (a)+(b) B) Provisions for pipe lines for air and water for wet drilling C) Timber for supports & packing L.S. D) Miscellaneous Supplies such as safety hats, gumboots, rain coats, wire ropes, manila ropes, vclamps, rubber gloves, shankles and artificial respirators, etc. Total material Charges (A)+(B)+(C )+(D) 4) Shop chrges ( i ) Machine Shop L.S. (ii ) Structural Shop L.S. (iii) Steel Metal Shop L.S ( iv ) Carpentary L.S Total Shop Charges per cum 6)Electrical material charges per cum L.S 7) Water charges per cum L.S

4.60 0.75 0.56 8.17 0.41 9.00 9.00 26.65 Rs. 239.83 3.45 69.54

m2 m c/c m2 Nos. Nos. Nos. m Rs./RM m3

Rs. Rs. Rs. Rs. Rs.

1.00 kg 78.00 78.00 9 Nos. 18.00 No. 162.00 3.45 46.98 m3

Rs. 39.00 Rs. 163.98 Rs. 233.52 Rs. Rs. 5.00 5.00

Rs. 10.00 Rs. 253.52 Rs. Rs. Rs. Rs. Rs. Rs. Rs. 10.00 10.00 5.00 5.00 30.00 10.00 5.00

8) Compressed air charges per cum L.S ABSTRACT OF CHARGES PER CUM 1) Direct labour Charges 2) Machinery charges 3) Material charges 5) Shop Charges 6) Electrical material charges 8) Water charges 9) Compressed air charges Total Add for electric energy @ 2% of total charges Add for construction of haulage road @ 5% of total charges Prime Cost Add for overhead charges and contractor's profit @ 10% of prime cost Total Hence, rate of construction of 1.80 m x 2.10 m size drift per RM including cost of all materials, labour, T&P required for completion of work = 3585.36 x 3.45 Say

Rs.

10.00

Rs. Rs. Rs. Rs. Rs. Rs. Rs. Rs. 2 5

2068.00 988.00 253.52 30.00 10.00 5.00 10.00 3364.52 67.29 168.23 3600.04 360.00 3960.04

10 Rs.

Rs. 13656.21 RM Rs. 13656.00 RM

m m sqm sqm sqm m cum hrs cum cum cum

Hourly Amount use rate in Rs. 348.00 1044.00 640.00 1920.00 2964.00

Name of work - Estimates for preparation of Detailed Project Report (DPR) of Tiuni-Plasu Hydroectric Project (3x24 = 72 MW) on River Tons , at Tiuni, Dehradun Analysis of Rates 3 Construction of investigation pits including costs of all materials, labour, T&P, etc. complete for the completion of work i) Earthwork in cutting or in embankment in ordinary soil excavation to be in the form of regular pits no exceeding 0.5m in depth and also including 1.5m lift and 30 m lead including costs of all materials, labour, T&P, etc. complete as per item no. 151 of chapter 4 of PWD SOR ii) excavation in soil mixed with earth mixed with boulders required the special T&P such as pick axes, sabbals, etc.as per item no. 152 & 157 of chapter 4 of PWD iii) Add forconstruction of 3m deep pits for every additional lift of 1.5 m of part thereof @ Rs. 600/lift as per item no. 160 of chapter 4 of PWD SOR Total Construction of investigation pits includingcosts of all materials, labour, T&P, etc. complete for the completion of work 4 Construction 0.75m in R.R. 1:6 CM of size 0.6m x 0.6 x of Demarkation Pillar including 12.5 mm cement plaster in 1:6 CM & 3 coats white washing including costs of all materials, labour, T&P, etc. complete required for the completion of work. i Cost of R.R. Pillar in 1:6 CM Material & Labour required as per item no. 209 & 211 of PWD prepared for Almora district. Material required Cement =

3600

per %cum

4000.00

per %cum

1200.00 8800.00

per %cum per %cum

88.00

per cum

per %cft 5.6 bag

per cum 1.98 bag

Stone boulder = Sand = Labour required per %cft Mason per day Beldar per day Coolie per day Bishti per day Cost of construction of R.R. Pillar Cost of Materials Cement @ Rs. 288 per bag = Stone boulder @ 943 per cum = Sand @ Rs.1023.5 per cum= Labour wages

100 cft 42 cft 4 3 2 0.25 Nos. Nos. Nos. Nos.

1.00 cum 0.42 cum

Sub Total A= per day = per day = per day = per day = Sub Total B= Add Contractor's Profit @ 10% Sub Total C= Add Sundries, T&P, water charges, etc. L.S. Total Total Cost of construction of R.R. Pillar per cum Say ii Cost of 12.5 mm thick cement plaster 1:6 CM Material & Labour required as per item no. 364 & 367 of PWD prepared for Almora district. Material required per %sft Cement = 0.72 bag Sand = 5.4 cft Labour required per %sft Mason per day 1.33 Nos. Beldar per day 0.5 Nos. Coolie per day 1.33 Nos. Bishti per day 0.5 Nos. Cost of construction of R.R. Pillar Cost of Materials Cement @ Rs. 288 per bag = Sand @ Rs.1023.5 per cum= Mason Beldar Coolie Bishti @ Rs. @ Rs. @ Rs. @ Rs. 220 130 130 130

569.89 943.00 429.87 1942.76 880.00 390.00 260.00 32.50 1562.50 156.25 1718.75 20.00 1738.75 614.40

per cum per cum per cum per cum per %cft per %cft per %cft per %cft per %cft per %cft per %cft per %cft per cum

2557.16 per cum 2557.00 per cum

per sq.m 0.25 bag 0.054 cum

73.27 per sq. m 55.27 per sq. m

Sub Total A= Labour wages per day = per day = per day = per day = Sub Total B= Add Contractor's Profit @ 10% Sub Total C= Add Sundries, T&P, water charges, etc. L.S. Total Total Cost of construction of R.R. Pillar per cum Say ii Cost of 3 coats white washing Material & Labour required as per item no. 431, 432 & 433 of PWD prepared for Almora district. Material required for first coat Lime = Labour required per %sft White washer per day Helper per day Cost of first coat white washing Cost of Lime = Labour wages per day = per day = Sub Total B= Add Contractor's Profit @ 10% Sub Total C= Add Sundries, T&P, water charges, etc. L.S. Total Total Cost of two coats Material required for two coats per %sft Lime = 4 lb Labour required per %sft White washer per day 0.10 Nos. Helper per day 0.10 Nos. Cost of first coat white washing White washer @ Rs. 150 Helper @ Rs. 130 Mason Beldar Coolie Bishti @ Rs. @ Rs. @ Rs. @ Rs. 220 130 130 130

128.54 per sq. m 292.60 65.00 172.90 65.00 595.50 59.55 655.05 20.00 675.05 72.66 per %sft per %sft per %sft per %sft per %sft per %sft per %sft per %sft per sqm

201.21 per sqm 201.00 per sqm

per %sft 2 lb 0.067 Nos. 0.067 Nos.

per sq.m 0.10 kg

Sub Total A=

0.58 per sq. m 0.58 per sq. m 10.00 per %sft 8.67 per %sft 18.67 per %sft 1.87 per %sft 20.53 5.00 per %sft 25.53 per %sft 2.75 per sqm 3.33 per sqm per sq.m 0.20 kg

Cost of Lime = Sub Total A= Labour wages per day = per day = Sub Total B= Add Contractor's Profit @ 10% Sub Total C= Add Sundries, T&P, water charges, etc. L.S. Total Total Cost of white washing of two coats Cost of three coats = Cost of white washing of two coats + difference in cost of one additional coat = 5.56 + (5.56 - 3.33) = Hence, Cost of construction of Demarkation Pillar of size 0.6m x 0.6 x 0.75m in R.R. 1:6 CM including 12.5 mm cement plaster in 1:6 CM & 3 coats white washing including costs of all materials, labour, T&P, etc. complete required for the completion of work = cost of 0.6m x 0.6m x 0.75m R.R. masonry work in 1:6 CM + 5 x(0.6m x 0.6m) sq.m 12.5 mm thick cement plaster in 1:6 CM + 5 x(0.6m x 0.6m) sq.m 3 coats white washing = Say Rs. White washer @ Rs. 150 Helper @ Rs. 130

1.17 per sq. m 1.17 per sq. m 15.00 13.00 28.00 2.80 30.80 10.00 40.80 4.39 5.56 per %sft per %sft per %sft per %sft per %sft per %sft per sqm per sqm

7.79 per sqm

1066.21 per pillar 1066.00 per pillar

5 Jungle clearnce before construction of approach path including costs of all materials, labour, T&P, etc. complete for the completion of work

Rate for jungle clearance work is neither incorporated in PWR SOR nor skeleton for the same work is mentioned in PWD Skeleton. Besides above labour constants/output of labourer for jungle clearance work is not given in the books "Estimating and Costing in Civil Engineering" written by B.N. Dutta, "Civil Engineering Estimating & Costing" written by V.N. Vazirani & S,C. Chandola and "Indian Practical Civil Engineers' Hanbook" written by P.N. Khanna. However, labour constant for 'clear site of all rubbish, cut down shrubs, undergroth and small trees not exceeding 600 mm girth, grub up roots and burn or remove from site' is recommended as 0.05 per sqm in a day on serial no. 30 of the table given under chapter 'Labour Output Constants for Building Work' of the book "Practical Information for Qauntity Surveyors" written by P.T. Jogelkar. Hence, Output of Mazdoor/beldar for the above work = 1/0.05 = 20 sq m per day. Alongwith above a specific rate for jungle clearance is given in ID SOR as Rs. 57 per %sqm. Output of labourer for the above work on the basis of ID SOR, assuming 10% contractor's profit & 1% for Sundries, T&P, etc.and prevailing labour rate as Rs.84 per manday =84/1.111 x100/57 = 132.6 sqm/day On the basis of above facts and past experience & practically feasible conditions, the output of a labourer for jungle clearance work is adopted as 125 sqm per day. Hence, rate for Jungle clearance including costs of all materials, labour, T&P, etc. complete for the completion of work = 125/130 Add sundries, T&P,etc. @ 1% Total Add contractor's profit @ 10%

0.962 0.010 0.971 0.097 1.068

per sqm per sqm per sqm per sqm per sqm

Say Rs. 6 Earth work in hill slope cutting for making approach path including costs of all materials. Labour, T&P, etc. required for completion of work i) Earthwork in hill side cutting in ordinary soil excavation to be in the form of regular pits no exceeding 0.5m in depth and also including 1.5m lift and 30 m lead including costs of all materials, labour, T&P, etc. complete as per item no. 151 of chapter 4 of PWD SOR ii) excavation in soil mixed with earth mixed with boulders required the special T&P such as pick axes, sabbals, etc.as per item no. 152 & 157 of chapter 4 of PWD SOR Total = = 7 Construction of 1.0 m wide approach path for survey & other investigations including cost of all materials, labour, T&P etc. complete for completion of work. hill slope up to a width i) Jungle clearance of of m before excavation of path @ 1.05 /sqm per km = 1000x3x1.05

1.05 per sqm

3600.00 per %cum

4000.00 per %cum 7600.00 per %cum 76.00 per cum

3.0 Rs. 3150.00 per km

Hill Profile 0.8391 m 400 Generally, hill slope of the Himalayan mountain in the project area ranges from 250 to 850. So, we adopt an average hill slope of 400 for hill side cutting to make path i.e. Quantity of earth work in hill slope cutting to make 1.0 m wide path per running metre= 1/2x1x tan 400 = 1.0 m

0.420 cum/RM

Total Quantity in 1.0 km Deduct the quantity of E/W in undulation of hill slope, nallah/filling portions @ 25% Net quantity of E/W to be excavated = Cost of E/W in hill side cutting = 216.38x76 Hence, Cost of construction of 1.0 m wide approach path for survey & other investigations including cost of all materials, labour, T&P etc. complete for completion of work = 3150+23914.35 =

419.55 cum/km 104.89 cum/km 314.66 cum/km Rs. 23914.35 per km

Rs. 27064.35 per km

7 Construction of 2.0 m wide approach path for survey & other investigations including cost of all materials, labour, T&P etc. complete for completion of work. hill slope up to a width i) Jungle clearance of of m before excavation of path @ 1.05 /sqm per km = 1000x5x1.05

4.0 Rs. 4200.00 per km

Hill Profile 1.2586 m 400 Generally, hill slope of the Himalayan mountain in the project area ranges from 250 to 850. So, we adopt an average hill slope of 400 for 1.5 m hill side cutting and 0.50 m in filling to make path i.e. Quantity of earth work in hill slope cutting to make 1.0 m wide path per running metre= 1/2 x 1.50 x 1.50 x tan 400 = Total Quantity in 1.0 km Deduct the quantity of E/W in undulation of hill slope, nallah/filling portions @ 25% Net quantity of E/W to be excavated = Cost of E/W in hill side cutting = 486.841x76 Hence, Cost of construction of 2.0 m wide approach path for survey & other investigations including cost of all materials, labour, T&P etc. complete for completion of work = 4200+37000.13 = 1.50 m

0.944 cum/RM 943.95 cum/km 235.99 cum/km 707.96 cum/km Rs. 53805.15 per km

Rs. 58005.15 per km Say Rs. 58005.00 per km

7 Construction of 2.5 m wide machine path for survey & other investigations including cost of all materials, labour, T&P etc. complete for completion of work. hill slope up to a width a) Jungle clearance of of m before excavation of path @ 1.05 /sqm per km = 1000x5x1.05

5.0 Rs. 5250.00 per km

Hill Profile 1.6782 m 400 b) Generally, hill slope of the Himalayan mountain in the project area ranges from 250 to 850. So, we adopt an average hill slope of 300 for 2.0 m hill side cutting and 0.50 m in filling to make path i.e. Quantity of earth work in hill slope cutting to make 1.0 m wide path per running metre= 1/2 x 2 x 2x tan 400 = Total Quantity in 1.0 km Deduct the quantity of E/W in undulation of hill slope, nallah/filling portions @ 20% Net quantity of E/W to be excavated = Cost of E/W in hill side cutting = 1582.56x76 Rs. c) Filling, compaction, ramming, etc of Earth and stone in rest 0.5 m filling portion of road in valley side assuming same hill slope of 400 per km = 1/2 x 0.5 x 0.5 x tan 400 = Labour required for %cft as per item no. 161 of PWD skeleton prepared for Almora district Beldar 2.50 Nos. @ 130 per day Coolie 2.5 Nos. @ 130 per day Bhisti 1 no. @ 130 per day Sub Total Add contractor's profit @ 10% 2.00 m

1.978 cum/RM 1978.20 cum/km 395.64 cum/km 1582.56 cum/km 120274.56 per km

104.88 cum

325.00 325.00 130.00 780.00 78.00

Total Hence, cost of earth & stone filling, compaction,ramming, etc. in valley side in 0.5 m portion including cost of all maerials, labour, T&P, etc. complete = 104.88 x 303.18 c) Dressing of kutcha road including filling of ruts khud and cutting where necessary to proper shape including disposal of surplus earth as directed by Engineer-in-charge as per item No. 533 (b)stone masonry in pusta wall in an d) Dry of PWD SOR for LV roads average length of path = 150 x [(0.75+.045)/2]x 1.25 i.e. Quantity of R. R. dry masonry per km = i) Cost of Graded/hand broken river boulder size more than 150 mm at quarry as per item No. 2(h) of chapter 1 of PWD SOR ii) Add Contractor's profit @ iii) Carraige of boulder an av. distance of 3.0 km by power transport = 65+10+10 Carraige of boulder from road head to worksite by mule @ Rs. per qt/ up to 0.5 km for an average distance of 1 km as per item No. 144of PWD SOR = [0.71/.1 x 0.5/0.5 x 10] + [0.71/.1 x 0.5/0.5 x 5] = iv) Stacking of boulder Rate of R.R. dry stone masonry in pusta/retaining wall /breast wall as per item no. 518(a) of PWD SOR = 435.50+220 = Cost of R.R. dry stone masonry in pusta/retaining wall /breast wall = 655.50 x 150.00 = e) Dry boulder hand packed pusta in 10% length Quantity of R. R. dry masonry per km = 100x1.25x0.75/2 Hence cost of Dry boulder hand packed pusta in 10% length = 46.88 x 303.18 = Hence, Cost of construction of 2.0 m wide

858.00 per %cft 303.18 per cum

31796.02 per km

Rs. 15%

3500.00 per km 112.50 cum

5%

220.00 11.00 85.00

10.00 0.50

106.50 13.00 435.50

655.50

73743.75 per km

46.88 cum 14211.57

approach path for survey & other investigations including cost of all materials, labour, T&P etc. complete for completion of work = 5250+37000.13 =

Rs. Say Rs.

248775.91 per km 248776.00 per km

71493.75