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Mahatma Gandhi NREGA State Mission, Kerala Rural Development Department

Manual on constructing Anganwadies converging Mahatma

Gandhi NREGA, Social Justice Dept and Panchayat funds

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Contents

1

Introduction

3

2

Mahatma Gandhi NREGA

6

3

Construction of Anganwadies in convergence

with Mahatma Gandhi NREGA

10

4

Roadmap for taking up construction of

Anganwadies in a district

14

5

Annexures

16

Annexure I

Estimate report for the construction of Anganwadi for

thottassery GPt.

17

Datas based on LMR for Pathanamthitta- thiruvalla

geographic region

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Detailed estimate including all the items for the

construction( MGNREGA & Panchayath fund) Appendix

A- MGNREGA & Appendix - B - Panchayath fund.

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Abstract of the estimate

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List of materials required under MGNREGA part.

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Site plan, building drawing - plan, section, elevation

50

Photos of the proposed site.

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Annexure II

Estimate report of Mathilakam block for CCB

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Datas of mathilakom Block

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Detailed estimate of mathilakom Block

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Photos of Mathilakom Site

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Revised estimate report for CCB of size 30 x 20 x 15 cm

adopted by tottappuzhasserry

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Datas of the revised etimate for Thottapuzhasserry

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Detailed estimate for producing CCB of size 30 x 20 x 15

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Mahatma Gandhi NREGA State Mission, Kerala Rural Development Department

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cm in Tottappuzhasserry

Material list aopted by Tottappuzhasserry

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1.Introduction

Children in the age group 0-6 years constitute around 158 million of the

population of India (2011 census). These Children are the future human resource of the

country. Ministry of Women and Child Development is implementing various schemes

for welfare, development and protection of children

Launched on 2nd October, 1975, the Integrated Child Development Services

(ICDS) Scheme is one of the flagship programmes of the Government of India and

represents one of the world’s largest and unique programmes for early childhood care and

development. It is the foremost symbol of country’s commitment to its children and

nursing mothers, as a response to the challenge of providing pre-school non-formal

education on one hand and breaking the vicious cycle of malnutrition, morbidity, reduced

learning capacity and mortality on the other. The beneficiaries under the Scheme are

children in the age group of 0-6 years, pregnant women and lactating mothers. The

objectives of the Scheme are

To improve the nutritional and health status of children in the age-group 0-6

years

To lay the foundation for proper psychological, physical and social

development of the child

To reduce the incidence of mortality, morbidity, malnutrition and school

dropout

To achieve effective co-ordination of policy and implementation amongst

the various departments to promote child development

To enhance the capability of the mother to look after the normal health and

nutritional needs of the child through proper nutrition and health education

The ICDS Scheme offers a package of six services, such as

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1. Supplementary Nutrition

2. Preschool non formal education

3. Nutrition & Health education

4. Immunisation

5. Health Check up

6. Referral Services

Government of India is committed to repositioning the Anganwadi Centers (AWC)

as a “vibrant ECD centre” to become the first village outpost for health, nutrition and

early learning. Towards this end, several steps have been taken for improvement and

strengthening of ICDS scheme covering programmatic, management and institutional

areas. Whereas intensive efforts are being made for improving the service delivery at the

Anganwadi centers, an estimated 4 lakh AWCs in the country have no building to locate

their activities. There is therefore an urgent need to take up construction of buildings for

these AWCs.

For better governance in the delivery of the Scheme, convergence is, therefore,

one of the key features of the ICDS Scheme. This convergence is in-built in the Scheme

which provides a platform in the form of Anganwadi Centres for providing all services

under the Scheme

Till Restructured ICDS was approved in 12th Plan, ICDS Scheme did not have

provision for construction of AWC buildings except in the North Eastern (NE) states. As

part of Strengthening and Restructuring of ICDS Scheme, Government of India has

approved provision for construction of 2 lakh AWC buildings @ Rs. 4.50 lakh per AWC

building during the XII Plan period in a phased manner with cost sharing ratio of 75:25

between Centre and States other than the NE States, where it will be at the existing ratio

of 90:10. All States have been requested to tap the funds for construction of AWC

buildings from various Schemes such as MPLADs, MLALADs, RIDF, PRIs, Mahatma

Gandhi NREGA, Tribal Affairs, Multi sect oral Development Programmes of Ministry of

Minority Affairs, Finance Commission, Additional Central assistance under State Plan

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As on March, 2015, 258 ICDS projects and 33,114 Anganwadi centres are

operational across the State, covering 10.14 lakh beneficiaries under supplementary

nutrition and 4.44 lakh children in the age group 3-6 years under pre-school education.

Though nutrition is provided generally through Anganwadi centres, most of these centres

are operating with lack of infrastructural facilities. As per the information available, about

46 percent AWCs are functioning in rented buildings and temporary sheds. 43 percent

AWCs are having drinking water facilities and 17 percent AWCs have child friendly toilet

facilities. Basic infrastructure facilities and availability of play materials need to be

improved in these centres for better contribution to the physical and mental development

of children.

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2. Mahatma Gandhi NREGA

The Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Act, 2005 (Mahatma

Gandhi NREGA) was notified on September 7, 2005 mandating to provide at least 100

days of guaranteed wage employment in a financial year to every rural household whose

adult members volunteer to do unskilled manual work.

The Goals of Mahatma Gandhi NREGA are

1. Social protection for the most vulnerable people living in rural India by providing

employment opportunities

2. Livelihood security for the poor through creation of durable assets, improved

water security, soil conservation and higher land productivity Drought-proofing

and flood management in rural India

3. Empowerment of the socially disadvantaged, especially women, Scheduled Castes

(SCs) and Schedules Tribes (STs), through the processes of a rights-based

legislation

4. Strengthening decentralised, participatory planning through convergence of

various anti-poverty and livelihoods initiatives

5. Deepening democracy at the grass-roots by strengthening Panchayati Raj

Institutions

6. Effecting greater transparency and accountability in governance

Thus, Mahatma Gandhi NREGA is a powerful instrument for ensuring inclusive

growth in rural India through its impact on social protection, livelihood security and

democratic empowerment.

The Act was notified in 200 districts including Wayanad and Palakkad in Kerala in the

first phase with effect from February 2nd 2006. Subsequently, it was extended to an

additional 130 districts including Idukki and Kasargod Districts of Kerala in the financial

year 2007-2008). The remaining districts have been notified under Mahatma Gandhi

NREGA with effect from April 1, 2008. Thus, the Mahatma Gandhi NREGA covers the

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entire country with the exception of districts that have a hundred percent urban

population.

Unlike the erstwhile rural employment schemes implemented in the country, the

Mahatma Gandhi NREGA is unique in various aspects such as

a. The Mahatma Gandhi NREGA has given rise to the largest employment programme

in human history and is unlike any other wage employment programme in its scale,

architecture and thrust. Its bottom-up, people centred, demand-driven, self-selecting,

rights-based design is distinct and unprecedented.

b. The Mahatma Gandhi NREGA provides a legal guarantee for wage employment.

c. It is a demand-driven programme where provision of work is triggered by the

demand for work by wage-seekers.

d. There are legal provisions for allowances and compensation both in cases of failure

to provide work on demand and delays in payment of wages for work undertaken.

e. The Mahatma Gandhi NREGA overcomes problems of targeting through its

self-targeting mechanism of beneficiary selection, that is, a large percentage of poorest of

the poor and marginalized seek employment under the Scheme.

f. The Act incentivises States to provide employment, as 100 per cent of the unskilled

labour cost and 75% of the material cost of the programme is borne by the Centre.

g. Unlike the earlier wage employment programmes that were allocation-based,

Mahatma Gandhi NREGA is demand driven and resource transfer from Centre to

States is based on the demand for employment in each State. This provides an

additional incentive for States to leverage the Act to meet the employment needs of

the poor.

h. Women empowerment is an important objective of Mahatma Gandhi NREGA. A

minimum 1/3

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employment opportunities are legally entitled for women workers. In

Kerala, the share of women in the total person days generated is 93% for the last

three years. In addition, the demand forecasting and work projection that are the two

pillars of Labour budgeting are initiated in Kerala by the Neighborhood groups of

women. Further, 100% of the mates in the implementation of the Scheme are women

in Kerala

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i. Gram Panchayats (GPs) are to implement at least 50 per cent of the works in terms of

cost. This order of devolution of financial resources to GPs is unprecedented. In

Kerala, right from inception, 100% of the works are implemented by the Grama

Panchayats

j. Plans and decisions regarding the nature and choice of works to be undertaken, the

order in which each work is to be triggered, site selection etc. are all to be made in

open assemblies of the Gram Sabha(GS) and ratified by the GP.

k. This bottom-up, people-centered, demand-driven architecture also means that a great

share of the responsibility for the success of the Mahatma Gandhi NREGA lies with

wage-seekers, GSs and GPs.

l. The wages of the workers are directly credited to their individual account by the

Panchayats. Workers are free to open their individual accounts with Commercial

Banks, Cooperative Banks and Post Offices. Now, the workers having their account

with Commercial banks (85%) and Post Offices (6%) are getting their wages through

the Electronic Fund Management System eFMS operationalised from the year 2013

14 onwards. Under this system, the Grama Panchayat Secretary and President signs

the Fund Transfer Orders generated in the Computer digitally and a centralized nodal

bank credit the amount to the workers account

m. Mahatma Gandhi NREGA also marks a break from the relief programmes of the past

towards an integrated natural resource management and livelihoods generation

perspective.

n. Social audit is a new feature that is an integral part of Mahatma Gandhi NREGA.

Potentially, this creates unprecedented accountability of performance, especially

towards immediate stakeholders.

Non Negotiable under Mahatma Gandhi NREGA

1. There shall be no contractors in execution, the work shall be undertaken by

2. the Panchayats, working with job card holders.

3. Only Job Card holders will be employed for the unskilled part of work.

4. Muster Rolls will be maintained on the worksite, with copies in the Gram

Panchayat. All data will also be available in public domain and will be entered on

nrega.nic.in

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6. Only eco-friendly building technologies that reduce the use of steel and cement,

while constructing pucca buildings shall be used.

7. Transparency and pro-active disclosures related to procurement of material/use of

funds.

8. Social Audit

3. Construction of Anganwadies in convergence

with Mahatma Gandhi NREGA

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As per Para 4(1) IV (v) of Schedule I of the Mahatma Gandhi NREGA,

Construction of Anganwadi centres at the village level is a permissible activity.

Government, as per letter No J 11016/11/2012-MGNREGA,IV dated 13.8.2015 and

subsequently revised on 17.2.2016 issued detailed Guidelines for construction of

Anganwadi Centres under Mahatma Gandhi NREGA in convergence with ICDS scheme

of Ministry of Women and Child Development, Ministry of Panchayats and Ministry of

Rural Development jointly signed by Secretaries of the concerned Ministries.

The following are the objectives of this convergence;

1. To ensure that every AWC in the Blocks covered under MGNREGA is

provided with own building.

2. To serve the objectives of pre-school, nutrition centre, semi-formal public

health unit, community centre located in the heart of settlements.

3. To support generation of human and social capital at the micro level

4. To create durable assets in rural areas and improve the infrastructure at

village level

5. To provide creche facility to MGNREGA works.

6. To enhance community participation

7. To strengthen the role of Gram Panchayats in implementation of ICDS

The salient features of the Convergence Guidelines are as follows: -

a. The selection of location will be done by Grama Panchayats. This will be

consolidated at the PO Level by CDPO and sent to the DPC.

b. The district proposals shall be consolidated at the State level and the same after

veriication shall be sent to Ministry for Women and child Development.

c. The Anganwadi Centres (AWC) should be child friendly with all relevant

infrastructures, separate sitting room for children/women, separate kitchen, store

for storing food items, child friendly toilets and space for children to play (Indoor

and Outdoor activities)

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e. Local design variation depending on the geo climatic conditions and construction

materials will also follow instructions/Guidelines of Ministry of Women and Child

Development, Government of India

f. AWCs of bigger dimensions can be constructed by a GP if it desires; however,

payment from Mahatma Gandhi NREGA will be restricted to Rs. 5 Lakh

g. The Grama Panchayat where the AWC is constructed will be responsible for future

maintenance of the Centre

h. An electronic estimate module will be available in the NREGASoft formulated

with standard estimate, design and specifications.

(This activity can be done at the State level jointly by the Engineers of Mahatma

Gandhi NREGA and Social Justice Department. The standard estimate and

design, after finalisation, can be uploaded in the Soft through the Central

Administrator in the MoRD)

i. The project implementing agency may be decided by the State Government. (In

the State the concerned GP is the PIA)

j. The building material required for the building can be produced on the site as a

part of the estimate.

k. The work should be completed within 11 months from the date of start

l. Under Mahatma Gandhi NREGA, expenditure up to Rs. 5 Lakh is permissible.

Beyond this, the expenditure shall be borne from the ICDS Rs (2 Lakh) scheme of

the Ministry of Women and Child Development, Government of India including

finishing of the building, consisting of flooring, painting, plumbing, electrification

and wood work etc as a separate work

m. In addition to the Mahatma Gandhi NREGA and ICDS scheme of the Ministry of

Women and Child Development, funds from State Finance Commission,

Scheduled Castes Sub Plan (SCSP), TSP, 14

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finance Commission (For water

supply and sanitation) or any other suitable scheme can be used

n. The AWC building taken up for construction shall be model using eco friendly

materials keeping in view the durability

o. Use of cement, steel and sand in construction shall be considerably reduced

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i.

Use of local material, local practices for stub foundations or arch

foundations with suitable design and specifications to address the needs of

the relevant seismic zones

ii.

Avoiding the use of concrete columns and beams wherever the span of

construction is less than 6 meters in a single storied structure (or 4 meters

in case of more than 2 floors) by using alternative technologies, wherever

the soil permits.

iii.

Using of rat trap bond in all walling works

iv.

Avoid cement plastering in both sides of the wall

v.

Use of filler slabs using tiles or local material to avoid concrete

vi.

Using stone/ferro cement sunshades

vii.

Replace windows with honeycomb structures

viii.

Use of local material for doors, window frame and flooring

ix.

Use of mud based technology

p. Suitable building materials shall be selected for each building such as below and

produced at the site of construction (using the MGNREGA workers) such that the

labour component in the building shall be maximized;

i)

Mud blocks

ii)

Stone and renewable wood (e.g casuarinas)

iii)

Compressed and stabilized earth blocks (after due treatment and curing)

iv)

Bamboo material

v)

Fal-G bricks using the fly ash

vi)

Filler blocks

vii)

Micro concrete roofing

viii) Funicular roofing, etc.

q. Suitable building material shall be selected for each building and produced at the

site for construction using workers of Mahatma Gandhi NREGA so that Unskilled

component can be maximised

r. All AWCs taken up for construction under Mahatma Gandhi NREGA will be

subject to Social Audit

s. Maintenance of the Anganwadi shall be taken up with the Panchayat funds in

future

In order to take up construction of Anganwadi centres in convergence with Mahatma

Gandhi NREGA, Additional Chief Secretary (Finance), Government of Kerala convened

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a meeting of concerned Secretaries and Directors in his chamber on 15

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of December

2015 and decided in principle the following cardinal points.

Decided to request District Collector who is also the Mahatma Gandhi NREGA

DPC to pilot construction of Anganwadies in rural areas through convergence with

Mahatma Gandhi NREGA.

Activities to be taken up under Mahatma Gandhi NREGA should include

production of building materials

The supervision of the entire work can be done by the concerned LSGD Engineer

with the support of the accredited Engineer/Overseer in supervising the Mahatma

Gandhi NREGA part

The construction of Anganwadies in Pathanamthitta district will start as a pilot

with the Mahatma Gandhi NREGA part and funds from the Social Justice part

budget will be placed subsequently

Thereafter, Government issued Orders for the implementation of Anganwadies

construction in convergence with Mahatma Gandhi NREGA as per GO (Rt) No

118/2016/LSGD Dated 12.1.2016.

4. Roadmap for taking up construction of

Anganwadies in a district

1. First round of meeting by the DPC & District Collector. The GP/BP/District

Panchayat Presidents, GP/BP/DP Secretaries/ICDS Officials, District Social

welfare Officer, JPC, DPO and Executive Engineer LSGD shall be the participants

2. Three to four days after the district level meeting, the Block level meetings should

be convened. The BP President, GP Presidents, Welfare/Development Standing

Committee Chairpersons of the BP/GP, BP Secretary, GP Secretaries, ICDS PO,

ICDS Supervisors, A.Ex E LSGD, LSGD AEs of Gram/Block and Accredited

Engineer of Block shall attend the meeting

3. The Grama Panchayat, after the block level meeting , call a meeting to take stock

of the needs at the GP level and action to be taken.

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4. Concerned GPs identifying sites/persuading authorities to transfer revenue land to

Social Justice Department

5. Site inspection and taking photograph of the site

6. Capacitating Engineers/Overseers of the LSGD/Mahatma Gandhi NREGA on

construction of Anganwadies. The activities (Specs) in the model estimate now

enclosed in this manual (Annexure I)will be verified by the Engineers/Overseers

in the district and equip themselves to prepare the detailed Estimate, Estimate

abstract, Estimate Report, Plan & Sketch, Data, Material list and Site location. The

trainees will also learn the module on production of building materials (This item

can be taken after estimate preparation is over) Annexure II .The State level

Engineers team will be the Resource Persons. The estimate should have two parts.

Part A consisting of those activities that are taken up by Mahatma Gandhi NREGA

and Part B using the funds of Panchayats/Social Justice Department

7. Preparation of detailed estimate

8. Detailed Estimate with all other documents will get technical approval from the

LSGD Engineer

9. Thereafter, the proposal in full shall be handed over to DPC through BPO. The

proposal shall contain

1. Estimate Report

2. Detailed Estimate

3. Estimate abstract

4. Photo of the site

5. Material list

6. Data

7. Site Map

8. Sketch

10. DPC after verification shall hand over the entire proposals to Mahatma Gandhi

NREGA State Mission

11. The State Mission after scrutiny will submit the proposals it received to Director

Social Justice for getting AS

12. On intimation from Social Justice that the AS is accorded for the work, steps may

be taken to include the work in the shelf of projects if the same is not included.

The work for production of building materials/other materials should also be

included in the shelf of project.

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14. Simultaneously, the works (both Anganwadi and production of building materials)

may be pulled into SECURE (Estimate preparing Soft) from the MGNREGASoft

via web services for according AS/TS in the Mahatma Gandhi NREGA Part.

15. After getting the AS/TS, the work may be pushed to MGNREGASoft for further

steps via web services

16. On completion of the pre implementation formalities successfully, the

implementation may be commenced

17. The photographs of work in each stage of completion shall be taken and uploaded

in MIS

18. On completion of the Mahatma Gandhi NREGA part, the building may be handed

over to the Authorised officer of Social Justice Department for completing the

work as per the B Part of the estimate

19. Display board shall be erected stating that this is a convergent project

Annexures

1. Anganwadi Construction

2. Brick Making

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Annexure I A

Construction of Anganwadi Building

Estimate Report

This estimate is for the construction of Anganwadi Building in

ward no …1. Thottappuzhasserry Grama Panchayat, Koipuram Block . In this estimate

provision is made for a Class room, Kitchen , Store , Sitout, 2 toilets including Baby

friendly also. Necessary provisions are made in the estimate and are the minimum

requirements to complete the building. The works undertaken under

MGNREGA-Earthwork excavation for building foundation, cement concrete 1:4:8 for bottom layer of

the foundation , rough stone masonry for foundation , random rubble masonry for

basement, plinth beam, solid block masonry for walls , roof slab excluding door, window

& ventilator frames. The cement concrete blocks used for this anganwadi building is also

being moulded under Mahatma Gandhi NREGS as a different project.. The total

estimated amount comes to 1122000/-lakhs (Eleven lakh and twenty two thousand

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only) .As per Mahatma Gandhi NREGS guildlines No.J-11016/11/2012-MGNREGA, IV,

dated December 14, 2015 maximum permissible amount sanctioned for the construction

of anganwadi is Rs. 5 Lakhs ie given in Appendix A and is implemented by Grama

panchayat Secretary as direct excecution through Mahatma Gandhi NREGS Scheme .

The rate is as per the CPWD SoR & local market rates. The IInd PART Appendix B

under taken is 650000/- project for the completion of this Anganwadi. After the

completion of MGNREGA part only then the 2

nd

part is undertaken.

Annexure I B

Construction of Anganwadi Building

Rate Analysis

1

Specificat ion Code: 2.32

Code Description Unit Quantity Rate Amount

Clearing grass and removal of the rubbish up to a distance of 50 m outside the periphery of the area cleared.

Details of cost for 100 sqm LABOUR: 114 Beldar Day 0.6 229 137.4 115 Coolie Day 0.25 229 57.25 9999 Sundries L.S 1.82 0 0 Cost of 100.0 sqm 194.65 Cost of 1 sqm 194.65 Say 1.95

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1.95/-2 Specific ation Code: 80.7

Code Description Unit Quantity Rate Amount

Earthwork in excavation by manual means over areas (exceeding 30cm in depth, 1.5m in width as well as 10 m2 on plan) including disposal of excavated earth lead upto 50m and lift upto 1.5m disposed earth to be levelled and neatly dressed. All kinds of soil

Details of cost of 10 m3 Machine average output 30m3/ hour

Average output per day 30x 7 = 210 m3

Output of machine

0.041/day = 0.041 x 210 = 8.61 m3

4.22 man = 10m3( as per SoR 50% ordinary soil and 50% hard soil) 1 man = 10/4.22 =2.37 m3 114 Beldar Day 3.63 229 831.27 128 Mate Day 0.4 229 91.6 115 Coolie Day 2 229 458 Cost of 10.0 cum 1380.87 Cost of 1 cum 1380.87 Say 138.09 Specification Code: 4.1.8 138.09/-3 4.1.8

Providing and laying in position cement concrete of specified grade

excluding the cost of centering and shuttering - All work up to plinth level:1:4:8 (1 cement : 4 coarse sand : 8 graded

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stone aggregate 40 nominal size)

Code Description Unit

Quant

ity Rate Amount

Details of cost for 1 cum MATERIAL:

293

Stone Aggregate(single size): 40 mm nominal size nominal size$(0.70 cum -7.5% for voids i.e. 0.05

=0.65 cum) cum 0.65 1490 968.5

295

Stone Aggregate(single size):20 mm nominal size

nominal size cum 0.24 1610 386.4

2202 Stone aggregate 40 mm nominal size and above cum 0.65 0 0 2202 Stone aggregate below 40 mm nominal size cum 0.24 0 0 982 Coarse sand (zone III) cum 0.47 4300 2021

2203 Coarse sand cum 0.47 0 0

367 Portland Cement tonne 0.17 7870 1337.9

2209 Cement LABOUR: tonne 0.17 0 0

155 Mason (average) Day 0.1 870 87

114 Beldar Day 1.63 229 373.27

101 Bhisti Day 0.7 750 525

2

Hire charges of Concrete Mixer 0.25 to 0.40 cum

with Hopper Day 0.07 0 0

12 Vibrator (Needle type 40 mm) Day 0.07 0 0

9999 Sundries L.S 13.52 0 0 Cost of 1 cum 5699.07 Say 5699.07 5699.07 4 50.7.1.1 Specification Code:50.7.1.1.

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Dry rubble masonry with hard stone in foundation and plinth including levelling up with cement concrete 1:6:12 ( 1 cement : 6 coarse sand: 12 graded stone aggregate 20 mm nominal size) including cost of through stone and bond stone.

Details of cost for one cum.

1157 Stone for masonry work cum 1.05 1200 1260 1154 Through and bond stone size

24 x 24 x 39cm 50 nos 7 1720 240.8

2215 Soling stone & masonry

stone cum 1.21 0 0

125 Mason (for plain stone work)

2nd class Day 1.07 720 770.4 114 Beldar Day 1.07 229 245.03 115 Coolie Day 0.71 229 162.59 101 Bhisti Day 0.09 750 67.5 9999 Sundries L.S 45.76 0 0 9999 Sundries L.S 4.42 0 0 Cost of 1 cum 2746.32 Say 2746.32 2746.32 /-Specificati on Code:3.11 5 Cement mortar 1:6 (1 cement : 6 coarse sand).

code

Description

Unit

Quanti

ty Rate Amount

367 Portland Cement tonne 0.25 7870 1967.5

2209 Cement tonne 0.25 0 0

982 Coarse sand (zone III) cum 1.07 4300 4601

2203

Coarse sand LABOUR:$For measuring, carrying,

depositing and mixing cum 1.07 0 0

114 Beldar Day 0.75 229 171.75

101 Bhisti Day 0.07 750 52.5

9999

Sundries Hire and running charges of mechanical

mixer L.S 26.91 0 0

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Cost of 1 cum 6792.75

Say 6792.75

Specification Code: 7.1.1 6792.75/

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7.1.1

Random rubble masonry with hard stone in

foundation and plinth including levelling up with cement concrete 1:6:12 (1 cement : 6 coarse sand : 12 graded stone aggregate 20 mm nominal size) up to plinth level with:Cement mortar 1:6 (1 cement : 6 coarse sand)

Code Description Unit

Quanti

ty Rate Amount

1157

Details of cost for 1 cum MATERIAL

1154 Stone for masonry work cum 1 1200 1200 2215

Through and bond stone size 24 x 24 x 39cm

CARRIAGE: nos50 7 1720 240.8

125 Cement mortar 1:6 (1 cement : 6 Coarse sand) cum 0.33 6792.75 2241.6075 114 Mason (for plain stone work) 2nd class Day 1.07 720 770.4

115 Beldar Day 1.07 229 245.03

101 Coolie Day 0.71 229 162.59

9999 Bhisti Day 0.09 750 67.5

9999 Sundries Cement concrete 1:6:12 L.S 45.76 0 0

TOTAL Sundries L.S 4.42 0 0 Cost of 1 cum 4927.9275 Say 4927.92 4927.92 Cement solid block masonry with cm 1:6 using best quality solid blocks of size 30x20x15 cm

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7 including cost and conveyance etc. complete above plinth level upto floor V level Details of cost for 1 cum

Material

MR Solid block each 103 0 0

982 coarse sand m3 0.16 4300 688

367 Portland cement tonne 0.038 7870 299.06

LABOUR:

124 mason 2nd class nos 1.2 750 900

115 coolie nos 1.02 229 233.58

Total 2120.64

Say 2120.64

Specification Code: 5.3

8

Reinforced cement concrete work in beams, suspended floors, roofs, having slope up to 150 landings, balconies, shelves,

chajjas, lintels, bands, plain window sills, staircases and spiral stair cases up to floor five level excluding the cost of centering, shuttering, finishing and reinforcement, with1:2:4 (1 cement : 2 coarse sand : 4 graded stone aggregate 20 mm nominal size).

Details of cost for 1 cum. MATERIAL:

295 Stone Aggregate(single size):20 mm nominal size cum 0.67 1610 1078.7 297 Stone Aggregate(single size): 10mm nominal size cum 0.22 1630 358.6 2202 Stone aggregate below 40 mm nominal size cum 0.89 0 0 982 Coarse sand (zone III) cum 0.445 4300 1913.5

2203 Coarse sand cum 0.445 0 0

367 Portland Cement (0.2225 cum) tonne 0.32 7870 2518.4

2209 Cement $LABOUR: tonne 0.32 0 0

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114 Beldar Day 2.75 229 629.75

101 Bhisti Day 0.9 750 675

2 Hire charges of Concrete Mixer 0.25 to 0.40 cum with Hopper Day 0.08 2400 192 12 Vibrator (Needle type 40 mm) Day 0.08 500 40

9999

Sundries Extra labour for lifting material upto floor $V level:

$Coolie (2.5x0.75) L.S 14.3 0 0 115 Coolie Day 1.88 229 430.52 Cost of 1 cum 8045.27 Say 8045.27 8045.27/ -9 Specification Code: 5.1.3

Providing and laying in position specified grade of reinforced cement concrete, excluding the cost of centering, shuttering, finishing and reinforcement - All work up to plinth level:1:2:4 ( 1 cement : 2 coarse sand : 4

graded stone aggregate 20 mm nominal size)

Code Description Unit

Quant

ity Rate Amount

Details of cost for 1 cum MATERIAL

295 Stone Aggregate(single size):20 mm nominal size cum 0.67 1610 1078.7 297 Stone Aggregate(single size): 10 mm nominal size cum 0.22 1630 358.6 2202 Stone aggregate below 40 mm nominal size cum 0.89 0 0 982 Coarse sand (zone III) cum 0.445 4300 1913.5

2203 Coarse sand cum 0.445 0 0

367 Portland Cement (0.2225 of cement) tonne 0.32 7870 2518.4

2209 Cement tonne 0.32 0 0

155 Mason (average) Day 0.17 870 147.9

114 Beldar Day 2 229 458

101 Bhisti Day 0.9 750 675

2

Hire charges of Concrete Mixer 0.25 to 0.40 cum with

Hopper Day 0.07 2400 168

12

Vibrator (Needle type 40

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9999 Sundries L.S 14.3 0 0 Cost of 1 cum 7353.1 Say 7353.1 7353.10/ -Specification Code:OD 10

Reinforced cement concrete work in beams, suspended floors, roofs, having slope up to 150 landings, balconies, shelves, chajjas, lintels, bands, plain

window sills, staircases and spiral stair cases up to floor five level excluding the cost of centering, shuttering, finishing and reinforcement, with1:1.5:3(1 cement : 1.5 coarse sand : 3 graded stone aggregate 20 mm nominal size). Modified 5.3 & 5.1.2

Details of cost for 1 cum. MATERIAL:

295

Stone Aggregate(single

size):20 mm nominal size cum 0.57 1610 917.7 297 Stone Aggregate(single size): 10 mm nominal size cum 0.28 1630 456.4 2202 Stone aggregate below 40 mm nominal size cum 0.89 0 0 982 Coarse sand (zone III) cum 0.425 4300 1827.5

2203 Coarse sand cum 0.445 0 0

367 Portland Cement (0.2225 cum) tonne 0.4 7870 3148

2209 Cement $LABOUR: tonne 0.32 0 0

155 Mason (average) Day 0.24 870 208.8

114 Beldar Day 2.75 229 629.75

101 Bhisti Day 0.9 750 675

2

Hire charges of Concrete Mixer 0.25 to 0.40 cum with

Hopper Day 0.08 2400 192

12

Vibrator (Needle type 40

mm) Day 0.08 500 40

9999

Sundries Extra labour for lifting material upto floor $V

level:$Coolie (2.5x0.75) L.S 14.3 0 0 115 Coolie Day 1.88 229 430.52 Cost of 1 cum 8525.67 Say 8525.67 8525.67/ -10 80.37 Specification Code: 80.37 Thermo-Mechanically

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Treated bars.

Code Description Unit

Quantit

y Rate Amount

Details of cost for 1 quintal. MATERIAL:

Deformed twisted steel bars = 1.00 q

Add 5% wastage =0.05 Total =1.05q

1005

Twisted steel/deformed bars Carriage of steel 1.05/10 = 0.105t$LABOUR:$For straightening, cutting, bending, binding$and

placing in position$ quintal 1.05 4850 5092.5

102 Blacksmith 1st class Day 1 800 800

114 Beldar Day 1 229 229 Cost of 1 quintal 6121.5 Say 6121.5 6121.50/ -11 Specification Code: 5.9.5

Centering and shuttering including strutting, etc. and removal of form for:Lintels, beams, plinth beams, girders bressumers and cantilevers

Details of cost for a beam of 6 m clear

span, 0.50 m deep 0.30 m wide and height

3.5 m from floor cubical contents

6.60x0.5x0.3 = 0.99 cum 1x1.30x6.00 = 7.80 sqm MATERIAL:

Assuming shuttering will become

unserviceable after use of 40 times

Add maintenance charges @ 10% of cost

of material

Less salvage value of material after full use

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1. Steel plats for side and bottom (plate size 1.20 x 0.50 m) Angle 40x40x5mm 2x1.20 = 2.40 m 3x0.50 = 1.50 m Total 3.90 m @ 3.00 kg/m = 11.70 kg sheet 1.6 mm thick 1.20 m x 0.50 m =0.60 sqm 0.60 sqm @ 12.55 kg/sqm. = 7.53 kg.Weight of one plate = 19.23 kg.

Add for wastage 5% 0.96 kg. Total = 20.19 kg

Total weight of all plates 3x5x20.19 = 302.85 kg Qty taken for cost of using once= 302.85 x 85/40 = 6.4356 kg

10.1

Rate as per item Number10.1 of

SH: kilogra

m 6.4356 60 386.136 Steel Work

7343 Adjustable telescopic prop 3 m (2.02-3.75m) each 0.1275 1340 170.85 7344 Beam clamp 300-380 mm (450-1070 mm) eachset 0.1063 471 50.07

9999 Sundries L.S 22.1 0 0 9999 Sundries L.S 78 0 0 116 Fitter(grade1) Day 1.25 880 1100 114 Beldar Day 2.5 229 572.5 9999 Sundries L.S 39 0 0 9999 Sundries L.S 24.61 0 0 Cost of 7.8 sqm 2279.556 Cost of 1 sqm 2279.556 Say 292.250769 292.25/-12 Specification Code: 5.9.3

Centering and shuttering including strutting, etc. and removal of form for:Suspended floors, roofs, landings, balconies and access platform 10.1 Details of cost for a room 4.5x3 = 13.50 sqm height 3.5

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m

MATERIAL:

Adding for maintenance @ 10% of cost

Taking salvage value after full use of material @ 25% of cost 1. Plates (size 0.75x0.60) Angle 40x40x5 mm 2x0.75 = 1.5 m 2x0.60 = 1.20 m = 2.70 m @ 3.00 kg/m = 8.10 kg sheet 1.6 mm thick 0.75x0.60 = 0.45 sqm 0.45 sqm @ 12.55 kg/sqm = 5.65 kg

Weight of one plate = 13.75 kg

Add for wastage @ 5% = 0.69 kg

Total = 14.44 kg

Total weight of all plates = 5x6x14.44=

433.20 kg.

Qty taken for cost using once =

433.2x0.85/40 = 9.2055 kg 10.1

Rate as per item Number10.1

of SH: kilogra

m 9.2055 60 552.33 Steel Work

7342

Adjustable span ESO+SI

(2.35-3.40) each 0.1063 2122 225.57

7343

Adjustable telescopic prop 3 m

(2.02-3.75m) each 0.1275 1340 170.85 9999 Sundries L.S 22.1 0 0 9999 Sundries L.S 130 0 0 116 Fitter(grade1) Day 3 880 2640 114 Beldar Day 6 229 1374 9999 Sundries L.S 78 0 0 9999 Sundries L.S 49.7 0 0 Cost of 13.5 sqm 4962.75 Cost of 1 sqm 4962.75 Say 367.611111

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367.61/-13

Specification Code: 5.9.4)

Centering and shuttering including strutting, etc. and removal of form for:Shelves (Cast in situ)

10.1

Details of cost for a room 4.50x3 = 13.50 sqm, height 3.5 m

MATERIAL:

Adding for maintenance @ 10% of cost

Taking salvage value after full use of material @ 25% of cost 1. Plates (size 0.75 x 0.60) Angle 40x40x5mm 2x0.75 = 1.50 m 2x0.60 = 1.20m = 2.70 m @ 3.00 kg/m = 8.1 kg sheet 1.6 mm thick 0.75x0.60 = 0.45 sqm 0.45 sqm @ 12.55 kg/sqm = 5.65 kg

Weight of one plate = 13.75 kg

Add for wastage @ 5% = 0.69 kg

Total = 14.44 kg

Total weight of all plate = 5x6x14.44 = 433.20 kg

Qty taken for cost using once = 433.2x0.85/40 = 9.2055 kg 7342

Rate as per item Number10.1

of SH: kilogra

m 9.2055 60 552.33 Steel Work

7342

Adjustable span ESO+SI

(2.35-3.40) each 0.1063 2122 225.5686

7343

Adjustable telescopic prop 3 m

(2.02-3.75m) each 0.1275 1340 170.85 9999 Sundries L.S 22.1 0 0 9999 Sundries L.S 130 0 0 116 Fitter(grade1) Day 3 880 2640 114 Beldar Day 6 229 1374 9999 Sundries L.S 78 0 0 9999 Sundries L.S 49.7 0 0 Cost of 13.5 sqm 4962.748

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6 Cost of 1 sqm 4962.75 Say 367.611111

367.61/-Annexure I C

Construction of Anganwadi Building

Detailed Estimate

CONSTRUCTION OF AN ANGANVADI BUILDING IN THOTTAPPUZHASSERY

GRAMA PANCHAYATH

OF PATHANAMTHITTA DISTRICT

APPENDIX-A Sl No Spe c Cod

e Description No L B D Cf Quantity Amount

1 2.32 Clearing grass and removal of the rubbish up to a distance of 50m outside the periphery of the area cleared.

1 10 8 80 m2

Say 80 m2@ 1.95 / m

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2

80.7

Earthwork in excavation by manual means over areas (exceeding 30cm in depth, 1.5m in width as well as 10 m2 on plan) including disposal of excavated earth lead upto 50m and lift upto 1.5m disposed earth to be levelled and neatly dressed.

mainwall around 2 7.83 0.8 0.7 8.77 2 6.53 0.8 0.7 7.31 2 6.3 0.8 0.7 7.06 1 3.16 0.8 0.7 1.77 1 1.5 0.8 0.7 0.84 1 1.44 0.8 0.7 0.81 step 1 1 0.7 0.3 0.21 1 1.2 0.7 0.3 0.25 Compost Pit 1 1.5 1 1.2 1.80

Pit for septic tank 1 3 2 1.2 7.20 36.0 2 m3 Say 36 m3@ 138.09 m3 4971.24 3 4.1. 8

Providing and laying in position cement concrete of specified grade excluding the cost of centering and shuttering - All work up to plinth level for foundation

main wall around 2 7.83 0.8 0.1 1.25

1 1.44 0.8 0.1 0.12 1 1.5 0.8 0.1 0.12 1 3.16 0.8 0.1 0.25 2 6.3 0.8 0.1 1.01 2 6.53 0.8 0.1 1.04 3.79 m3 Say 4 m 3 @ 5699.07 m3 22796.28 4 50.7.1.1 Dry Rubble masonry for foundation of Building

2 7.83 0.6 0.6 5.64 1 1 0.7 0.3 0.21 1 1.2 0.7 0.3 0.25 1 1.44 0.6 0.6 0.52 1 1.5 0.6 0.6 0.54 1 3.16 0.6 0.6 1.14 2 6.3 0.6 0.6 4.54 2 6.53 0.6 0.6 4.70 17.5 3 m3 Say 18 m 3 2746.32 m3 49433.76

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@

5

7.1. 1

Random rubble masonry with hard stone in foundation and plinth including levelling up with cement concrete 1:6:12 (1 cement : 6 coarse sand : 12 graded stone aggregate 20 mm nominal size) up to plinth level with for Basement

basement 1 1.44 0.5 0.45 0.32 1 1.5 0.5 0.45 0.34 1 3.16 0.5 0.45 0.71 2 6.3 0.5 0.45 2.84 2 6.53 0.5 0.45 2.94 2 7.83 0.5 0.45 3.52 10.6 7 m3 Say 11 m3@ 4927.92 m3 54207.12 6 5.1. 3

Providing and laying in position specified grade of reinforced cement concrete, excluding the cost of

centering, shuttering, finishing and reinforcement - All work up to plinth level:1:2:4 ( 1 cement : 2 coarse sand : 4 graded stone aggregate 20 mm nominal size) for plinth belt 1 1.5 0.4 0.15 0.09 2 7.83 0.4 0.15 0.94 1 3.16 0.4 0.15 0.19 2 6.3 0.4 0.15 0.76 2 6.53 0.4 0.15 0.78 2.76 m3 Say 3 m3@ 7353.1 m3 22059.30 7 5.3

Reinforced cement concrete work in beams, suspended floors, roofs, having slope up to 150 landings, balconies, shelves, chajjas, lintels, bands, plain window sills,

staircases and spiral stair cases up to floor five level excluding the cost of centering, shuttering, finishing and reinforcement, with1:2:4 (1 cement : 2 coarse sand : 4 graded stone aggregate 20 mm nominal size).

Shade 2 6.53 0.2 0.08 0.21

2 7.83 0.6 0.08 0.75

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" 2 6.53 0.2 0.15 0.39 " 2 6.3 0 0.2 0.15 0.38 " 1 3.16 0.2 0.15 0.09 1 1.50 0.2 0.15 0.05 beam 1 3.46 0.2 0.3 0.21 store shelf 1 1.5 0.7 0.05 0.05 1 0.61 0.7 0.05 0.02 Kitchen shelf 2 2.1 0.7 0.05 0.15 1 1.1 0.7 0.05 0.04 kitchen slab 2 2.1 0.7 0.08 0.24 1 1.1 0.7 0.08 0.06

Cover slab for septic tank 1 3.2 2.2 0.05 0.35

3.46 m3

Say 4 m3@ 8045.27 m3 32181.08

8 OD

Reinforced cement concrete work in walls (any thickness), including attached pilasters, buttresses, plinth and string courses, fillets, columns, pillars, piers, abutments, posts and struts etc. up tot floor five level excluding cost of centering, shuttering, finishing and reinforcement : 1:1.5:3( 1 cement : 1.5 coarse sand : 3 graded stone aggregate 20 mm nominal size) for Roof slab

Roof slab 1 8.03 6.73 0.12 6.49 m3 Say 7 m3 @ 8525. 67 m 3 59679.69

9 80.37 Thermo-MechanicallyTreated bars.

Plinth Beam 3 80.00 kg/m3 240

Beam 4 110.00 kg/m3 440

Roof slab Stair etc… 7

120 .00 kg/m 3 840 1520 kg

5 % of wastage

76 1596 kg Say 16 Qui 6121. / 97944

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tal 50 Qntl 10

5.9. 5

Centering and shuttering including strutting, etc. and removal of form for:Lintels, beams, plinth beams, girders bressumers and cantilevers

Plinth beam 1 1.5 0.3 0.45 2 7.83 0.3 4.70 1 3.16 0.3 0.95 2 6.3 0.3 3.78 2 6.53 0.3 3.92 lintel 3 1.5 0.3 1.35 5 0.6 0.3 0.90 3 0.9 0.3 0.81 3 0.7 0.3 0.63 1 1 0.3 0.30 beam 1 3.46 0.8 2.77 20.5 5 m2 Say 21 m2@ 292.25 / m 2 6137.25 11 5.9. 3

Centering and shuttering including strutting, etc. and removal of form for:Suspended floors, roofs, landings, balconies and access platform

Roof slab 1 8.27 6.97 57.6 4 m2 Say 58 m2@ 367.61 / m 2 21321.38 12 5.9.

4 Centering and shuttering including strutting, etc. and removal of form for:Shelves (Cast in situ)

store shelf 1 1.41 0.75 1.06

Kitchen shelf 2 5.73 0.75 8.60

kitchen slab 2 5.73 0.78 8.94

Cover slab for septic tank 1 3.3 2.3 7.59

26.1 8 m2 Say 27 m2@ 367.61 / m 2 9925.47

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13

50.6 .2.2

Solid masonry using pre cast solid blocks (factory made) of size 30x20x15cm or nearest available size confirming to IS 2185 part I of 1979 for super structure up to floor two level with thickness 15cm in : CM 1:6 ( 1 cement : 6 coarse sand) etc complete

Brick work 2 7.83 0.2 3.5 10.9 6 1 1.44 0.1 3.5 0.50 1 1.5 0.1 3.5 0.53 1 3.16 0.2 3.5 2.21 2 6.53 0.2 3.5 9.14 2 6.3 0.2 3.5 8.82 step 1 1.44 0.3 0.2 0.09 1 1 0.6 0.2 0.12 1 1.2 0.3 0.2 0.07 1 1.2 0.6 0.2 0.14 32.5 9 m3 deduction door 3 0.9 0.2 2.1 1.13 ventilator 4 0.6 0.2 0.6 0.29 KW 1 1 0.2 1 0.20 door 3 0.7 0.2 2.1 0.88 window 1 1.5 0.2 1.5 0.45 2.95 m3 Net value 29.63 m3 Say 30 m3 @ 2120. 64 / m 3 63619.20 14 4.1. 8

Providing and laying in position cement concrete of specified grade excluding the cost of centering and shuttering - All work up to plinth level for foundation

For flooring Floor 1 6.30 3.00 0. 07 5 1.42 Floor 1 1.44 0.90 0. 07 5 0.10

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1 3.00 2.93 0. 07 5 0.66 1 1.50 1.50 0. 07 5 0.17 1 1.5 0 1.31 0. 07 5 0.15 1 1.44 2.10 0. 07 5 0.23 1 6.30 1.50 0. 07 5 0.71 3.43 m3 Say 4 m3@ 5699.07 / m 3 22796.28 Sharpening charges 4771.95 TOT AL 472000.00 APPENDIX-B 15 OD

Providing wood work in frames of doors

,windows,clerestory windows and other frams, wrought framed and fixed in position with hold fast lugs or with dash fasteners of required dia and length(hold fast lugs or dash fastener shall be paid for seperately.)

Door frame ver 2 2 2.10 0.10 0. 07

5 0.06 Door frame hor 1 2 1.20 0.10

0. 07

5 0.02 Windows frame ver 4 4 1.50 0.10

0. 07

5 0.18 Windows frame hor 2 4 1.70 0.10

0. 07

5 0.10 ventilater frame ver 2 1

0.4

0 0.10 0. 07

5 0.01 ventilater frame hor 2 1 0.80 0.10

0. 07

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0.38 m3 Say 0.38 m³@ 7528 0.84 / m³ 28682.00 16 OD

Providing wood work in frames of doors

,windows,clerestory windows and other frams, wrought framed and fixed in position with hold fast lugs or with dash fasteners of required dia and length(hold fast lugs or dash fastener shall be paid for seperately.)

Door frame ver 3 2 2.10 0.10 0. 07

5 0.09 Door frame hor 3 1 1.20 0.10

0. 07

5 0.03 Windows frame ver 3 4

1.5

0 0.10 0. 07

5 0.14 Windows frame hor 3 2 1.70 0.10

0. 07

5 0.08 ventilater frame ver 4 2 0.60 0.10

0. 07

5 0.04 ventilater frame hor 4 2 0.80 0.10

0. 07 5 0.05 0.42 Say 0.42 m³@ 1266 10.40 m³/ 52796.54 17 OD

Providing and fixing panelled shutters for doors,including ISI marked M.S pressed butt hinges bright finished of required size with necessary screws excluding wooden panelling etc.complete as per direction of Engineer-in-charge.(size of leaf 0.90mx 2.05) Door shutter 1 2 0.90 2.05 3.69 Say 3.69 m²@ 4032. 15 m²/ 14878.63 18 9.4

8 Providing and fixing M.S grillof requred pattern for window

180. 00 Say 180 .00 kg @ 182.6 5 32877.00 19 9.1 17. 2

Providing and fixing factory made UPVC door frame made of UPVC extruded sections having an overall dimension as below with wall thickness 2mm corners of the door frame to be joined with galvanised brackets and stainless steel screws joints mitred and plstic welded -Extruded section profile size 42x50mm

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1 3 5.60 16.80 Say 16. 80 m @ 338.7 4 /m 5690.83 20 9.1 18. 3

25mm thivk PVC flush door shutters made out of a one piece Multichamber extruded PVC section of the size of 762 x25 mm or less as per requirement with an average wall thickness of 1mm .PVC foem end cap of size 23x10mm are provided on both vertical edges to ensure overall thickness of25mm.M.S.tube having dimensions of 19mmx29mm and 1.0mm is inserted along the hinge side of the door .Core of the door shutter should be filled with high density

Polyurethane foam .Stickers incicating the location of the hardware will be posted at appropriate place s

1 3 0.70 2.10 4.41 Say 4.4 1 m2 @ 4555. 46 / m 2 20089.58 21 13.

9 Cement plaster 1:3 (1 cement: 3 coarse sand) finished witha floating coat of neat cement. (Top of roof slab)

13. 9.1 12 mm cement plaster 1 8.03 6.73 54.04 Say 55.00 m² 378.87 / m 2 20837.85 22 13.

16 6 mm cement plaster of mix : 13.

16. 1

1:3 (1 cement: 3 fine sand)

Ceiling 1 1 6.54 3.54 23.15 Ceiling 1 1 4.57 3.54 16.18 Beam side 2 1 3.54 0.60 4.25 Shade 2 2 7.0 0 1.28 35.8 4 Shade 2 2 4.00 1.28 20.48 Stair flyte 1 1 6.30 1.10 6.93 Stair steps 1 21 1.00 0.48 10.08 Landing top 1 2 1.00 1.10 2.20 Landing bottom 1 2 1.0 0 1.00 2.00

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0 121. 67 Say 121.67 m² 225.71 / m 2 27463.13 23 13.

4 12 mm cement plaster of mix : 13.

4.1

1:4 (1 cement: 4 coarse sand) only solid portion only

Wall outer 2 7.83 3.50 54.81 2 6.53 3.50 45.71 Wall inside 1 18.60 3.50 65.10 2 0.90 3.50 6.30 1 12. 00 3.50 42.0 0 1 6.00 3.50 21.00 1 5.62 3.50 19.67 1 7.08 3.50 24.78 2 7.83 2.10 32.89 parapet 2 6.5 3 2.10 27.4 3 339. 68 Deduction Doors 2 1.00 2.10 4.20 Doors 1 0.70 2.10 1.47 Windows 3 1.5 0 1.50 6.75 Windows 1 1.00 1.00 1.00 ven. 4 0.60 0.40 0.96 14.9 1 Net 324.77 Say 325 .00 m² 288.7 1 / m 93830.75

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2 24 13.

9

Cement plaster 1:3 (1 cement: 3 coarse sand) finished with a floating coat of neat cement. (Top of roof slab)

13. 9.1 12 mm cement plaster 1 7.00 4.00 28.00 Say 28.00 m² 240.71 / m 2 6739.88 25 13. 16

6 mm cement plaster of mix :

13. 16. 1

1:3 (1 cement: 3 fine sand)

Ceiling 1 1 6.5 4 3.54 23.1 5 Ceiling 1 1 4.57 3.54 16.18 Beam side 2 1 3.54 0.60 4.25 Shade 2 2 7.00 1.28 35.84 Shade 2 2 4.00 1.28 20.48 Stair flyte 1 1 6.3 0 1.10 6.93 Stair steps 1 21 1.00 0.48 10.08 Landing top 1 2 1.00 1.10 2.20 Landing bottom 1 2 1.00 1.00 2.00 Stair steps side ½ 21 0.30 0.18 0.57 121. 67 Say 121.67 m² 144.43 / m 2 17573.43 26 13. 43

Applying one coat of water thinnable cement primer of approved brand and manufacture on wall surface :

13. 43. 1

Water thinnable cement primer.

Wall outer 2 22. 00 3.50 154. 00 Wall inside 2 20.16 3.50 141.12 Ceiling 1 1 6.54 3.54 23.15

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Ceiling 1 1 4.57 3.54 16.18 Beam side 2 1 3.5 4 0.60 4.25 Shade 2 2 7.00 1.28 35.84 Shade 2 2 4.00 1.28 20.48 Stair flyte 1 1 6.30 1.10 6.93 Stair steps 1 21 1.00 0.48 10.08 Landing top 1 2 1.0 0 1.10 2.20 Landing bottom 1 2 1.00 1.00 2.00 Stair steps side ½ 21 0.30 0.18 0.57 416. 79 Deduction Doors 2 1.0 0 2.10 4.20 Windows 4 1.50 1.50 9.00 1 0.80 2.10 1.68 vent. 1 0.60 0.40 0.24 15.1 2 401. 67 Say 401.67 m² 60.07 / m 2 24128.58 27 13. 46

Finishing walls with Acrylic Smooth exterior paint of required shade : Wall outer 1 27.56 3.95 108.86 Shade 2 2 7.00 1.28 35.84 Shade 2 2 4.00 1.28 20.48 Stair flyte 1 1 6.30 1.00 6.30 171. 48 Deduction

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Doors 2 1.00 2.10 4.20 Windows 5 1.5 0 1.50 11.2 5 15.4 5 156. 03 Say 156.03 m² 50.81 / m 2 7927.99 28 13.

60 Wall painting with acrylic emulsion interier paint of approved brand and manufacture to give an even shade:

13. 60. 1

Two or more coats on new work.

Wall inside 1 20.16 3.50 70.56 Ceiling 1 1 6.54 3.54 23.15 1 1 4.57 3.54 16.18 Beam side 2 1 3.5 4 0.60 4.25 114. 14 Deduction Doors 2 1.00 2.10 4.20 Windows 4 1.50 1.50 9.00 13.2 0 100. 94 Say 101 .00 m² 134.8 9 / m 2 13623.89 29 13. 85. 1

With ready mixed pink or grey primer on wood work (hard and soft wood) having VOC content less than 50 grams/ litre. Doors 3 1.0 0 2.10 2. 25 14.1 8 Windows 3 1.50 1.50 500. 3.38 Windows 1 1.00 1.00 500. 0.50 Ventilator 4 0.60 0.60 500. 0.72

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18.7 7 Say 19.00 m² 60.49 / m 2 1149.31 30 13.

61 Painting with synthetic enamel paint of approved brand and manufacture to give an even shade :

13. 61. 1

Two or more coats on new work.

Doors 3 1.00 2.10 252. 14.18 Windows 3 1.5 0 1.50 0. 50 3.38 Windows 1 1.00 1.00 500. 0.50 Ventilator 4 0.60 0.60 500. 0.72 18.7 7 Say 19.00 m² 134.89 / m 2 2562.91 31 11. 41

Providing and laying vitrified floor tiles in different sizes (thickness to be specified by the manufacturer) with water absorption less than 0.08%and conforming to IS : 15622 of approved make in all colours and shades, laid on 20mm thick cement mortar 1:4 (1 cement : 4 coarse sand) including grouting the joints with white cement and matching pigments etc., complete.

11. 41. 2 Size of Tile 600x600 mm Floor 1 6.30 3.00 18.90 Floor 1 1.4 4 0.90 1.30 1 3.00 2.93 8.79 1 1.50 1.50 2.25 1 1.50 1.31 1.97 1 1.44 2.10 3.02 1 6.3 0 1.50 9.45 45.6 8

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Say 46.00 m² 2048.61 / m 2 94236.06 32 11. 46

Providing and laying Vitrified tiles in different sizes (thickness to be specified by manufacturer) with water absorption less than 0.08 % and conforming to I.S. 15622, of approved make in all colours & shade in skirting, riser of steps, over 12 mm thick bed of cement mortar 1:3

(1cement: 3 coarse sand), including grouting the joint with white cement &matching pigments etc. complete.

11. 46. 2 Size of Tile 600x600 mm 2 6.30 0.10 1.26 skirting 4 3.00 0.10 1.20 2 2.9 3 0.10 0.59

Front Steps riser 2 0.90 0.10 0.18 Front Steps side 1 6.00 1.50 9.00 Front Steps side 1 5.62 1.50 8.43 20.6 6 Say 20.70 m² 1144.41 / m 2 23689.29 ELECTRIFICATION AND PLUMBING 156000 Unforseen 5222.35 TOT AL 650000.0 0 APPENDIX-A 472000 APPENDIX-B 650000 Grand Total 1122000

Eleven Lakh and twenty two thousand only

Annexure I D

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Estimate Abstract

ABSTRACT FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF AN ANGANVADI BUILDING

IN THOTTAPPUZHASSERY GRAMA PANCHAYATH

OF PATHANAMTHITTA DISTRICT

Sl

N o

Spec

Code Description Quantity Unit Rate Amount APPENDIX A

1 2.32

Clearing grass and removal of the rubbish up to a distance of 50 m outside the periphery of the area cleared.

80.000 m2 1.95 156.00

2 80.7

Earthwork in excavation by manual means over areas (exceeding 30cm in depth, 1.5m in width as well as 10 m2 on plan) including disposal of excavated earth lead upto 50m and lift upto 1.5m disposed earth to be levelled and neatly dressed.

36.000 m3 138.09 4971.24

3 4.1.8

Providing and laying in position cement concrete of specified grade excluding the cost of centering and

shuttering - All work up to plinth level for foundation

4.000 m3 5699.07 22796.28

4 50.7.1.1 Dry Rubble masonry for foundation of Building 18.000 m3 2746.32 49433.76

5 7.1.1

Random rubble masonry with hard stone in foundation and plinth including levelling up with cement concrete 1:6:12 (1 cement : 6 coarse sand : 12 graded stone aggregate 20 mm nominal size) up to plinth level for Basement

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6 5.1.3

Providing and laying in position specified grade of reinforced cement concrete, excluding the cost of

centering, shuttering, finishing and reinforcement - All work up to plinth level:1:2:4 ( 1 cement : 2 coarse sand : 4 graded stone aggregate 20 mm nominal size) for plinth belt

3.000 m3 7353.1 22059.30

7 5.3

Reinforced cement concrete work in beams, suspended floors, roofs, having slope up to 150 landings, balconies, shelves, chajjas, lintels, bands, plain window sills, staircases and spiral stair cases up to floor five level excluding the cost of centering, shuttering, finishing and reinforcement, with1:2:4 (1 cement : 2 coarse sand : 4 graded stone

aggregate 20 mm nominal size).

4.000 m3 8045.27 32181.08

8 OD

Reinforced cement concrete work in walls (any thickness), including attached pilasters, buttresses, plinth and string courses, fillets, columns, pillars, piers, abutments, posts and struts etc. up tot floor five level excluding cost of

centering, shuttering, finishing and reinforcement :1:1.5:3( 1 cement : 1.5 coarse sand : 3 graded stone aggregate 20 mm nominal size) for Roof slab

7.000 m3 8525.67 59679.69

9 80.37 Thermo-Mechanically Treated bars. 16.000 Qtl 6121.5 97944.00

10 5.9.5

Centering and shuttering including strutting, etc. and removal of form for:Lintels, beams, plinth beams, girders bressumers and cantilevers

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11 5.9.3

Centering and shuttering including strutting, etc. and removal of form

for:Suspended floors, roofs, landings, balconies and access platform

58.000 m2 367.61 21321.38

12 5.9.4

Centering and shuttering including strutting, etc. and removal of form for:Shelves (Cast in situ)

27.000 m2 367.61 9925.47

13 50.6.2.2

Solid masonry using pre cast solid blocks (factory made) of size 30x20x15cm or nearest available size confirming to IS 2185 part I of 1979 for super structure up to floor two level with thickness 15cm in : CM 1:6 ( 1 cement : 6 coarse sand) etc complete

30.000 m3 2120.64 63619.20

14 4.1.8

Providing and laying in position cement concrete of specified grade excluding the cost of centering and

shuttering - All work up to plinth level for foundation-For flooring 4.000 m3 5699.07 22796.28 Sharpening charges 4771.95 472000.0 0 APPENDIX B 15 OD

Providing wood work in frames of doors ,windows,clerestory windows and other frams, wrought framed and fixed in position with hold fast lugs or with dash fasteners of

required dia and length(hold fast lugs or dash fastener shall be paid for seperately.)

0.380 m3 75280.84 28682.00

16 OD

Providing wood work in frames of doors ,windows,clerestory windows and other frams, wrought framed and fixed in position with hold fast lugs or with dash fasteners of

required dia and length(hold fast lugs or dash fastener shall be paid for seperately.)

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17 OD

Providing and fixing panelled shutters for doors,including ISI marked M.S pressed butt hinges bright finished of required size with necessary screws excluding wooden panelling etc.complete as per direction of

Engineer-in-charge.(size of leaf 0.90mx 2.05)

3.690 m2 4032.15 14878.63

18 9.48 Providing and fixing M.S grillof requred pattern for window 180.000 kg 182.65 32877.00

19 9.117.2

Providing and fixing factory made UPVC door frame made of UPVC extruded sections having an overall dimension as below with wall thickness 2mm corners of the door frame to be joined with galvanised brackets and stainless steel screws joints mitred and plstic welded -Extruded section profile size 42x50mm

16.800 m 338.74 5690.832

20 9.118.3

25mm thivk PVC flush door shutters made out of a one piece Multichamber extruded PVC section of the size of 762 x25 mm or less as per

requirement with an average wall thickness of 1mm .PVC foem end cap of size

23x10mm are provided on both vertical edges to ensure overall thickness

of25mm.M.S.tube having dimensions of 19mmx29mm and 1.0mm is inserted along the hinge side of the door .Core of the door shutter should be filled with high density Polyurethane foam .Stickers incicating the location of the hardware will be posted at appropriate place s

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21 13.9

Cement plaster 1:3 (1 cement: 3 coarse sand) finished with a floating coat of neat cement. (Top of roof slab)

55.000 m2 378.87 20837.85

22 13.16 6 mm cement plaster of mix : for ceiling beam side shade etc

121.67

0 m2 225.71 27462.136 23 13.4.1 1:4 (1 cement: 4 coarse sand) only solid portion only 325.000 m2 288.71 93830.75

24 13.9.1

Cement plaster 1:3 (1 cement: 3 coarse sand) finished with a floating coat of neat cement. (Top of roof slab) 12 mm cement plaster

28.000 m2 240.71 6739.88

25 13.16.1 6 mm cement plaster of mix : 1:3 (1 cement: 3 fine sand) 121.670 m2 144.43 17573.43

26 13.43.1

Applying one coat of water thinnable cement primer of approved brand and

manufacture on wall surface : Water thinnable cement primer.

401.67

0 m2 60.07 24128.317

27 13.46 Finishing walls with Acrylic Smooth exterior paint of required shade :

156.03

0 m2 50.81 7927.8843

28 13.60.1

Wall painting with acrylic emulsion interier paint of approved brand and

manufacture to give an even shade: Two or more coats on new work.

101.00

0 m2 134.89 13623.89

29 13.85.1

With ready mixed pink or grey primer on wood work (hard and soft wood) having VOC content less than 50 grams/ litre.

19.000 m2 60.49 1149.31

30 13.61.1

Painting with synthetic enamel paint of approved brand and manufacture to give an even shade :

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31 11.41.2

Providing and laying vitrified floor tiles in different sizes (thickness to be specified by the manufacturer) with water absorption less than 0.08%and conforming to IS : 15622 of approved make in all colours and shades, laid on 20mm thick cement mortar 1:4 (1 cement : 4 coarse sand) including grouting the joints with white cement and matching pigments etc., complete. Size of Tile 600x600 mm

46.000 m2 2048.61 94236.06

32 11.46.2

Providing and laying Vitrified tiles in different sizes

(thickness to be specified by manufacturer) with water absorption less than 0.08 % and conforming to I.S. 15622, of approved make in all

colours & shade in skirting, riser of steps, over 12 mm thick bed of cement mortar 1:3 (1cement: 3 coarse sand), including grouting the joint with white cement &matching pigments etc. complete.

20.700 m2 1144.41 23689.287 ELECTRIFICATION AND PLUMBING 156000.00 Unforseen 5222.35 650000.0 0 APPENDIX A 472000.00 APPENDIX B 650000.00 GRAND TOTAL 1122000.00

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Annexure I E

Construction of Anganwadi Building

Material Requirement

MATERIAL REQUIREMENT FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF AN

ANGANVADI BUILDING IN THOTTAPPUZHASSERY GRAMA

PANCHAYATH

OF PATHANAMTHITTA DISTRICT UNDER MGNREGA

Si.n

o. Spec code Description Quantity Unit Rate Amount

1 4.1.8 PCC for main walls

293 40 mm aggregate 2.6 cu m 149 0 3874 295 20 mm aggregate 0.96 cu m 1610 15456 982 coarse sand 1.88 cu m 4300 8084 367 cement 0.68 tonne 7870 5351.6 155 mason 0.4 each 870 348 114 unskilled 6.52 each 229 1493.08 101 bhisti 2.8 each 750 2100 for flooring 293 40 mm aggregate 2.6 cu m 149 0 3874 295 20 mm aggregate 0.96 cu m 1610 15456 982 coarse sand 1.88 cu m 4300 8084

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367 cement 0.68 tonne 7870 5351.6 155 mason 0.4 each 870 348 114 unskilled 6.52 each 229 1493.08 101 bhisti 2.8 each 750 2100 2 50.7.1.1 DR masonry 1157 Stone 18.9 cu m 1200 22680

1154 through stone 126 nos 34.4 4334.4

125 mason 19.26 each 720 13867.2

114 unskilled 32.04 each 229 7337.16

101 bhisti 1.62 each 750 1215

3 7.1.1 RR masonry

1157 stone 11 cu m 1200 13200

1154 through stone 77 nos 34.4 2648.8 982 coarse sand 3.884 cu m 4300 16701.2 367 cement 0.9075 tonne 787 0 7142.025 125 mason 11.77 each 720 8474.4 114 unskilled 22.33 each 229 5113.57 101 bhisti 1.243 each 750 932.25

4 5.1.3 RCC for plinth beam

295 20 mm 2.01 cu m 1620 3256.2

297 10 mm 0.66 cu m 1630 1075.8

982 coarse sand 1.335 cu m 4300 5740.5

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155 mason 0.51 each 870 443.7 114 unskilled 6 each 229 1374 101 bhisti 2.7 each 750 2025 2 mixer 0.21 day 240 0 504 12 vibrator 0.21 day 500 105

5 5.3 RCC for lintel etc

295 20 mm 2.68 cu m 1620 4341.6 297 10 mm 0.88 cu m 1630 1434.4 982 coarse sand 1.78 cu m 4300 7654 367 cement 1.28 tonne 7870 10073.6 155 mason 0.96 each 870 835.2 114 unskilled 18.52 each 229 4241.08 101 bhisti 3.6 each 750 2700 2 mixer 0.32 day 2400 768 12 vibrator 0.32 day 500 160 6 5.3+5.1.2 RCC roof slab 295 20 mm 3.99 cu m 162 0 6463.8 297 10 mm 1.96 cu m 1630 3194.8 982 coarse sand 2.975 cu m 4300 12792.5 367 cement 2.8 tonne 7870 22036 155 mason 1.68 each 870 1461.6 114 unskilled 32.41 each 229 7421.89 101 bhisti 6.3 each 750 4725 2 mixer 0.56 day 240 0 1344 12 vibrator 0.56 day 500 280

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7 80.37 TMT steel 1005 steel 16.8 quinta l 485 0 81480 102 blacksmith 16 each 800 12800 114 unskilled 16 each 229 3664

8 OD Solid cement block

982 coarse sand 4.8 cum

430 0 20640 367 cement 1.14 cum 7870 8971.8 124 mason 36 each 750 27000 114 unskilled 30.6 each 229 7007.4

Annexure I F

Construction of Anganwadi Building

Site Plan

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Annexure I G

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Location Map

Annexure I H

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Elevation Sketch

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Construction of Anganwadi Building

Photos

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Annexure II A

Estimate Report

To produce 1000 cement bricks

The amendment to the schedule I of the Mahatma Gandhi NREG Act notified on

January 3

rd

2014 envisages creation of productive assets of prescribed quantity and

quality. As part of this, production of building materials was approved as permissible

activity. Further, the amendment also propagated low cost technology in

implementation of works. In a way this shift in priority and new initiatives definitely

will pave the idea of graduating the unskilled labours into semi skilled and skilled

workers.

This work proposes production of cement bricks of 30x20x10 cm size. As a first

of bricks are made without machines. 15 labourers are engaged in the activity.

Cement, rock powder and jelly metal are mixed by labourers and the mixture is filled

in precast of moulds. This will generate 50 person days and the labour material ratio

is in 34:66.

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