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DESIGN, BUILD AND OPERATE CONTRACT (DBO)

INVOLVING DESIGN, SUPPLY, CONSTRUCTION,


OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE OF "REJUVENATION
OF AMANISHAH NALLAH (DRAVYAWATI RIVER)
INCLUDING AREA DEVELOPMENT

Presented by :
Design Solutions Inc.
SCO 43, 2nd Floor, Sector 4, Panchkula, Haryana 134112.
Ph : 93570-29010, 0172-2586343, dsindia1@gmail.com
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SCOPE of sewerage works
TO PREVENT ANY INFLOW OF UNTREATED WASTE (DRY WEATHER FLOW) INTO
THE AMANISHAH DRAIN BY INTERCEPTING AND CONVEYANCE TO STPs

To withdraw 50.0 MLD sewage from the existing outfall sewer in the area to
reduce the load on the existing outfall.

To treat the collected waste water and the sewage withdrawn from the outfall to
the standard laid down parameters ensuring no nuisance during treatment in the
area.

To deliver the treated effluent to suitable points within the proposed lined
section of the drain from Ch 5.1 km to Ch 34.8 km in a manner to ensure
continued water flow in the entire bed width within the drain section of
sufficient depth as stipulated and of quality appropriate to meet the class D of
CPHEEO standards for streams suitable for aquaculture.
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OUTLINE of presentation

PRESENT POSITION

PROPOSALS AS PER CONTRACT

SUBMISSIONS & DATA REQUIREMENTS

SCHEDULE OF SUBMISSIONS

METHODOLOGY - WORKING PROCEDURES

RESOURCES

NAMAMI GANGE PROJECT


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PRESENT POSITION

RAIN WATER
3 SEWERAGE STREAMS SEWERAGE
NETWORK NETWORK

TRIBUTARY DRAIN
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1 AMANISHA NALLAH
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AMANISHAH nallah
Amanishah Nallah is the MAJOR DRAIN OF JAIPUR CITY. This Nallah travels a
distance of about 47.5 KMs FROM THE ORIGIN POINT TO CONFLUENCE POINT OF
DHUND RIVER

Dravyawati river is the new name given to Amanishah Nallah which originates
from the hills of Nahargarh fort and TRAVELS THROUGH THE CITY OF JAIPUR
THROUGH THICKLY POPULATED RESIDENTIAL COLONIES.

Entire length of Nallah has been DIVIDED INTO DIFFERENT REACHES for
convenience

DIFFERENCE IN ELEVATION from zero chainage to chainage 47.5 km is 134 m

The Nallah CARRIES STORM WATER DURING MONSOON SEASON. In additions to


storm water drains, LARGE NO OF UNTREATED SEWAGE CARRYING DRAINS ALSO
JOINS THE NALLAH AT VARIOUS LOCATIONS.
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TRIBUTARY drains & RAIN WATER streams
Clause 5.2.2 : About 12 big drains joins the Nallah and 75 nos untreated sewage
carrying drains joins the Nallah at various locations

Clause 5.2.4 : The list of the observed locations where such waste water finds
entry in the drain have been given in Annexure 10 of the contract document.
TOTAL NO OF TRIBUTARY DRAINS are 81 nos
TOTAL FLOW is appx 152.937 MLD

Clause 5.2.15 : At some places there are FEW EXISTING RAIN WATER STREAMS,
WHICH ARE NOT CONNECTED TO NALLAH.

Clause 5.2.4 : The major portion of the dry weather flow collected flow under the
B2 by pass where it was measured as about 100 MLD
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SEWERAGE network
Clause 5.2.4 : IDEALLY THERE SHOULD BE NO DRY WEATHER FLOW IN THE
DRAINS ENTERING THE AMANISHAH DRAIN and the waste water should be
collected through sewerage system and connected to a STP.

Clause 5.2.4 : There are areas which have been sewered and are TRANSFERRING
UNTREATED SEWAGE INTO THE TRIBUTARY DRAINS.

Clause 5.2.4 : Major part of the catchment has been sewered but still some areas
need to be sewered and new areas will also develop.
Providing of the SEWERAGE SYSTEM IN THE CATCHMENT AREA IS NOT A PART OF
THIS CONTRACT.
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PROPOSAL as per contract

3 5 RAIN WATER STREAM


1 TRIBUTARY DRAIN SEWERAGE
NETWORK

LINING
LINING
INTERCEPTING STP
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CHAMBER

LS
INTERCEPTING PIPES 4

AMANISHA NALLAH
INTERCEPTING PIPES
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TRIBUTARY drains
Clause 5.2.4 : Areas where SEWERAGE SYSTEM EXISTS with in a distance of 500 m

OUTLETS OF SEWERAGE SYSTEM WILL BE DISCONNECTED FROM TRIBUTARY


DRAINS and connected directly to Intercepting pipes. Therefor, reduced flows
will be considered for design of section for tributary drain.

Clause 5.2.4 : Areas where SEWERAGE SYSTEM DOES NOT EXISTS with in a
distance of 500 m
EXPECTED DRY WEATHER FLOWS IN THE DRAINS HAS TO BE ESTIMATED FOR
NEXT 30 YEARS and the section of drain to be provided accordingly.

INTERCEPTING CHAMBERS will be provided at the ENTRY POINT OF TRIBUTARY


DRAIN to the Amanishah Drain.

Clause 5.2.4.2 (I) : KUTCHA NALLAH (TRIBUTARY DRAINS) SHALL BE MADE PUCCA
under this contract upto 500 meters from Amanishah Nallah
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INTERCEPTING chambers / storm water OUTFALL
Clause 5.2.4 : Intercepting Chambers shall be so designed that DURING
MONSOON when inflow is high, it ensures to TRAP BOTTOM FLOW FOR
CONVEYANCE TO INTERCEPTING PIPES and SURPLUS FLOW PASSES TO THE
AMANISHAH DRAIN in a proper stream lined inflow inlet.
Clause 5.2.4.2 (I) : COARSE SCREENS shall be provided to trap the floating
material specially during rains TO PROTECT AMANISHAH NALLAH FROM ANY
NUISANCE.
AMANISHAH
NALLAH INTERCEPTING PIPES Y
X
SCREEN

SECTION X-X
WEIR WALL
TRIBUTARY
DRAIN Y
FLAP X
VALVE
SECTION Y-Y
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INTERCEPTING chambers / storm water OUTFALL
Clause 5.2.4 : It will be ensured that FLOW IN THE AMANISHAH DRAIN at that
point DOES NOT FLOW BACK INTO THE INLET Well try to keep I.L. of Storm
Water Pipe above HFL of Amanisha Nallah as possible and a Flap valve will be
provided near the outlets for preventing reverse flow.
Clause 5.2.4 : ARRANGEMENTS FOR CLEANING THE TRAPPED FLOATING
MATERIAL will be provided.
AMANISHAH
NALLAH INTERCEPTING PIPES Y
X
SCREEN

SECTION X-X
WEIR WALL
TRIBUTARY
DRAIN Y
FLAP X
VALVE
SECTION Y-Y
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SEWERAGE NETWORK
Clause 5.2.4 : OUTLETS OF COLONY SEWERAGE NETWORKS that are now
discharging into tributary drains WILL BE CONNECTED TO THE INTERCEPTING
PIPES to carry the dry weather flow to STPs.

DPR : There are 82 SUCH LOCATIONS. It is required to extend the colony


sewerage network over an average distance of 500 mtrs (using 250 mm RCC NP3
Hume Pipe) upto the Nallah so that the sewage can be channelized to
intercepting pipelines.

Lifting stations, if required, will be provided to lift the sewerage from colony
sewerage networks to intercepting pipes.

Double Wall Corrugated HDPE Pipes proposed as per IS 16098 (part 2).

DWC Pipes are ABRASION RESISTANT, LIGHT IN WEIGHT but very STRONG, less
leakage and infiltration, Low Operational Cost, FLEXIBLE (and hence less brittle),
and have more ECOLOGICAL FOOTPRINT.
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ADVANTAGES OF DWC PIPE

RIGID RCC PIPE FLEXIBLE DWC PIPE


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INTERCEPTING PIPES
Clause 5.2.4 : DRY WEATHER FLOW FROM ICs AND SEWERAGE LINES FROM
COLONY SEWERAGE NETWORKS, wherever provided, will be tapped and
CONNECTED TO A INTERCEPTING PIPES proposed to run along the alignment of
the Amanishah Drain on both the banks.
This shall flow towards the downstream until it is picked up as the tapping point
of sewage treatment plants proposed in this contract.
There are approx. 11 proposed Sewage Treatment Plants on the left and right
bank of Nallah. Lifting stations are provided on either one bank or both banks
depending on the sewage flow source i.e., incoming drain channels to the
interceptor pipelines.
Clause 5.2.4 (A) : INTERCEPTING PIPES WILL BE PROVIDED WITH MANHOLES,
VENT PIPES, VALVES ETC as per the sewerage/storm water flow norms and will be
laid in gradient so as to maintain gravity flow.
Lifting stations, if required, will be provided along the intercepting pipes at
places other than those meant for STPs.
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RAIN WATER streams
Clause 5.2.15 : At some places few EXISTING RAIN WATER STREAMS are not
connected to Nallah, which are now TO BE DIVERTED TOWARDS NALLAH.
Necessary civil works required for bringing additional rain water streams in to
the Amanishah Nallah are to be done.

Clause 5.4.6 : All existing Kutcha rain water Nallah within a vicinity of 500 m from
the main Nallah are to be diverted to main Nallah and shall to be LINED IN
LENGTH OF 500 M AND A SCREEN IS TO BE PROVIDED AT THE ENTRY POINT.
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SUBMISSIONS & DATA REQUIREMENTS
DESIGN BASIS REPORT
TRIBUTARY DRAINS

Total no of tributary drains : 81 Nos


STORM WATER OUTFALL STRUCTURES

Total no of storm outfall structures: 81 Nos


EXISTING SEWERAGE NETWORKS

Total no of sewerage networks: 82 Nos


SEWERAGE NETWORK ALONG AMANISHAH DRAIN

RAIN WATER STREAMS

Total no of rain water streams: Unknown


LIFTING STATIONS
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TRIBUTARY DRAINS
TOPOGRAPHIC SURVEY along Tributary Drains
PRESENT SECTION AND SLOPE of tributary drains
ENTRY POINTS (LOCATION & LEVELS) of
sewage flow in tributary drains
AVG AND PEAK DRY WEATHER FLOW
(PRESENT AND AFTER 30 YEARS) at each
entry point in the tributary drains
STORM WATER INFLOW in the tributary
drains based on their catchment area

DESIGN OF SECTION AND SLOPES of tributary


drains CONSIDERING VARIOUS FLOW
REGIMES

DESIGN OF LINING for tributary drains

L-SECTIONS of tributary drains


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Storm Water OUTFALL STRUCTURES
FINAL DESIGNED SECTION, BED LEVEL & HFL of Amanishah Drain

GA drawing of MECHANICAL SCREEN

HYDRAULIC DESIGN of Storm Water Outfall


Structure to ensure sub-critical flow for
VARIOUS FLOW REGIMES
Design of MECHANICAL SCREEN for various
flow regimes
Design of OUTLET PIPES Storm water to
Amanishah Drain and Dry weather flow to
Intercepting Pipes
GENERAL ARRANGEMENT DRAWING of Storm
Water Outfall Structure
SEWER APPURTANCES along outlet pipes
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EXISTING SEWERAGE NETWORKS
PRESENT DIA AND SLOPE of sewerage pipes discharging flow in tributary drains

AVG AND PEAK DRY WEATHER FLOW (PRESENT AND AFTER 30 YEARS) for each
sewerage line as calculated from the contributing sewerage network

HYDRAULIC DESIGN OF DIA AND SLOPES of


sewerage pipes CONSIDERING VARIOUS FLOW
REGIMES
L-SECTIONS of sewerage pipe up to
Intercepting Pipes
Deciding requirement of LIFTING STATION
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SEWERAGE NETWORK along Amanishah Drain
TOPOGRAPHIC SURVEY along
Amanishah Nallah
FINAL DIMENSIONED PLAN &
SECTIONS of Amanishah Nallah
TAPPING POINTS of Lifting Stations for
STPs

HYDRAULIC DESIGN OF DIA AND


SLOPES of Intercepting Pipes for
VARIOUS FLOW REGIMES
L-SECTIONS of each section of Intercepting pipes

Deciding requirement of LIFTING STATION along intercepting pipes other than


those already provided for STPs
SEWER APPURTENANCES along Intercepting Pipes
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RAIN WATER STREAMS
FINAL DESIGNED SECTION, BED LEVEL & HFL of Amanishah Drain

TOPOGRAPHIC SURVEY along rain water streams

PRESENT SECTION AND SLOPE of rain water streams

STORM WATER INFLOW in the rain water streams based on their catchment area

HYDRAULIC DESIGN OF SECTION AND SLOPES of


rain water streams
DESIGN OF LINING for rain water streams

L-SECTIONS of rain water streams

DESIGN OF ENTRY POINTS of rain water streams


with Amanishah Drain
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LIFTING STATIONS
EQUIPMENT DRAWINGS from selected vendors
HYDRAULIC DESIGN for screen, collecting tank, sizing, levels etc
GENERAL ARRANGEMENT DRAWING showing screens, gates, pumping
machinery, piping, valves, lifting arrangement, electrical MCC, automation and
instrumentation, cable layout etc.
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SCHEDULE OF SUBMISSIONS
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METHODOLOGY WORKING procedures

WHY WE ARE DIFFERENT !

AUTOMATION IN WORKING

ECONOMY IN DESIGN

SAMPLE AUTOMATION IN NETWORKS

SAMPLE AUTOMATION IN BUILDINGS

SAMPLE AUTOMATION IN TANKS

MODELLING IN ETABS & SAP2000


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WHY WE ARE DIFFERENT !
In most engineering-intensive organizations, a majority of the DESIGN
ENGINEER'S TIME IS SPENT ON ROUTINE, REPETITIVE TASKS THEREBY LIMITING
HIS/HER TIME AND MINDSPACE FOR CREATIVITY AND INNOVATION.

We IDENTIFY REPETITIVE TASKS, achieve consensus on the best practices to


accomplish each task and AUTOMATE IT TO A USER-FRIENDLY LEVEL.

It has often been said that A PERSON UNDERSTANDING OF A CONCEPT


IMPROVES WHEN HE TEACHES IT TO SOMEONE ELSE.

We believe that a person understanding of concept is complete when he teaches


it to a computer, i.e., express it as an algorithm THE ATTEMPT TO FORMALIZE
THINGS AS ALGORITHMS LEADS TO A MUCH DEEPER UNDERSTANDING than if we
simply try to understand things in the traditional way.

OUR USP GIVING TECHNICALLY CORRECT, ECONOMICAL & PRESENTABLE


OUTPUTS IN RECORD TIME TO THE SATISFACTION OF THE CLIENT.
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AUTOMATION IN WORKING
USE OF STANDARD AND REPUTED SOFTWARES ETABS, SAP2000, SEWERGEMS,
WATERGEMS

Developing in-house software WE HAVE COMPLETE COMMAND OVER THE USE


OF PROGRAMMING LANGUAGE for EXCEL, called VBA and programming
language for AUTOCAD, called AUTOLISP and FORTRAN.

HIGH END MATHEMATICAL LIBRARIES for faster problem solving such as Basic
Linear Algebra Subprograms (BLAS), Linear Algebra Package (LAPACK), INTEL
Math Kernel Library (MKL).

Using high-end programming we have been able to make EXCEL AND AUTOCAD
TALK TO EACH OTHER in many of our processes.
This STANDARIZES THE PROCESSES and so the OUTPUT BECOMES COMPANY
SPECIFIC RATHER THAN PERSON SPECIFIC.
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ECONOMY IN DESIGN
Achieving ECONOMY in safe design is the ENDEVOUR OF EVERY CONSULTANT.

We keep very CLOSE WATCH ON THE STATS RELATED TO ECONOMY. Excel sheets
give the ESTIMATED QUANTITIES ALONG WITH THE DESIGN ON THE FLY.
Therefore, design engineers remain conscious of this aspect.

We can provide rough estimated quantities even before the drawings are ready.
This is possible because ESTIMATE FOR MOST OF THE COMPONENTS GET
GENERATED DIRECTLY FROM PRELIMINARY DESIGN.

Complete INTEGRATION OF PROCESS OF DESIGN, DRAWING & ESTIMATION saves


precious time and allows for WORKING ON VARIOUS OPTIONS AT PLANNING
STAGE.
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sample automation in NETWORKS

SEWERGEMS COMPLETE CONTROL ON


NETWORK WHILE
DRAWING TO GET AN
EFFICIENT & CORRECT
NETWORK
SEWERAGE NETWORK

TRANSFER OF DATA FROM


AUTOCAD TO EXCEL
AUTO-GENERATION OF L-SECTIONS
FROM EXCEL DATA

TRANSFER OF DESIGNED DATA


FROM EXCEL TO AUTOCAD
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sample automation in BUILDINGS
MODELLING USING
ESTABLISHED SOFTWARE

EXTRACTING USEFUL DATA FROM


MODEL IN COMPREHENSIBLE FORMAT

WORKING ON DATA IN
STANDARISED FORMATS

QUICK ESTIMATES
TRANSFER OF DESIGNED ON THE FLY
DATA FROM EXCEL TO
AUTOCAD
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sample automation in WATER RETAINING STRS.

SAP2000
EXCEL SHEETS WITH USER
FORMS FOR EASIER &
FASTER WORKING

ESTIMATES ON THE FLY

WORKING ON DATA WITH COMPLETE


TRANSFER OF DESIGNED CONTROL USING CONDITIONAL
DATA FROM EXCEL TO FORMATTING FOR LOCATING
AUTOCAD MISTAKES & EASIER CHECKING
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MODELLING IN ETABS & SAP2000
PUMP HOUSE
MC, CHD

FILTER HOUSE,
90 MLD WTP,
ROHTAK

120 MLD STP, GURGAON

CIRCULAR MAIN
PUMPING STN
WITH WET WELL
& DRY WELL, 60
MLD CETP,
RECTANGULAR BAWAL,
MAIN PUMPING HARYANA
STN WITH WET
WELL & DRY WELL
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RESOURCES
MANPOWER RESOURCES : TEAM HEADS

P K RELHAN Team Leader & Team Head : STRUCTURES EXP : 32 YRS


VIJAY BANSAL Team Head : DRAINAGE EXP : 38 YRS
MUNISH BANSAL SR DES ENGR & BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT EXP : 10 YRS
SANDEEP SAWHNEY Team Head : ELECTRICAL EXP : 19 YRS
ANOOP JUNEJA Team Head : MECHANICAL EXP : 13 YRS
SANDEEP NEB Team Head : INSTRUMENTATION EXP : 15 YRS

All our team heads have got good experience in the field of water and waster
and are competent enough to handle this project

Every team head has his own design team for independent and parallel working
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SIMILAR PROJECT - NAMAMI GANGE
EXECUTED IN ASSOCIATION WITH NJS FOR UP JAL NIGAM

FOUR TOWNS KANPUR, VARANASI, MIRZAPUR & CHUNAR

TOTAL AREA = 60,000 ACRES

TOTAL SEWER LENGTH = 3,000 KM


FULLY COMPUTERIZED DESIGN USING SEWERGEMS & OTHER EXCEL BASED
PROGRAMS

INTERCEPTION & DIVERSION (I&D) NETWORK (PHASE 1) consisting of


Interception and Diversion of all Drains flowing into River Ganga by constructing
an INTERCEPTING CHAMBER (I.C.), SEGREGATION OF DRY WEATHER AND WET
WEATHER FLOW and taking the dry weather flow to STP.

COMPREHENSIVE DESIGN consisting of network in all streets with I&D sewers, to


be executed in Phase - 2.
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SEWERAGE NETWORK - Mirzapur
DATA INDICATED IN DRG
DIA, LENGTH, MANHOLES,
MH No, GL, IL, COLOR OF
LINES TO DENOTE DIA IS
THROUGH AUTOMATION
DIRECTLY FROM EXCEL
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INTERCEPTING & DIVERSION network - Mirzapur

OPEN DRAINS

RIVER GANGA
STP

IPS
OPEN DRAINS
IPS STP

OPEN DRAIN
OPEN DRAIN IC
IC IC OPEN DRAIN
RISING MAIN
I&D SEWER
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COMPREHENSIVE NETWORK - Mirzapur

I & D NETWORK INTEGRATED WITH THE


SEWERAGE NETWORK OF THE TOWN TO
HAVE A COMPREHENSIVE NETWORK TO
ALLOW EXECUTION OF WORK IN PHASES
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INTERCEPTING chamber & PUMPING Station
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LONGITUDINAL SECTION

KEY PLAN
SHOWING
LOCATION LOCATION
PLAN

LONGITUDINAL SECTION
LEGEND

DETAILS OF L-SECTION
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Details of LONGITUDINAL SECTION
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OUR USP
GIVING TECHNICALLY CORRECT, ECONOMICAL & PRESENTABLE OUTPUTS
IN RECORD TIME TO THE SATISFACTION OF THE CLIENT

DESIGN
SOLUTIONS INC,
PANCHKULA