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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS FOR HIGHWAYS ENGINEERS

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Length

2.54 30.45 0.9144 1609.34 0.8589

Inches Feet Yards Miles Miles

Centimetres Centimetres Metres Metres Nautical Miles

0.3937 0.0328 0.0936 0.000621 1.1508

Area

6.4516 0.0929 0.8361 2.5899 0.4047

Sq. Inches Sq. ft. Sq. Yards Sq. Miles Acres

Sq. Cm. Sq. M Sq. M Sq. Km. Hectares

Volume

16.3871 0.0283 0.7645 4.5459 3.7853

Cu. Inches Cu. Ft. Cu. Yards Imp. Gallons U.S. Gallon

Cu. Cm Cum. Cum. Litres Litres

0.155 10.764 1.196 0.3861 2.471 0.06102 35.3357 1.3080 0.22 0.2642

Weight

0.4536 50.802 1.01605

Pounds Hundred Weight Ton

Kilograms Kilograms Tonnes

2.2045 0.01968 0.9842

Pressure

0.07031 4.8824 10.937 0.70

Pound / Sq.in Pound / Sq.ff Ton / Sq.ff. Pounds / Sq.in

Kg. / Sq.cm Kg. / Sq.m Tonnes / Sq.m Head of Water (m)

14.2233 0.2048 0.0914 1.4285

Density

16.0200 1.4882 1.329

Pound / Cu.ff. Pound / ff Tons / Cu.Yards

Kg. /Cu.m Kg. /Cu.m. Tonnes / Cu.m.

0.0624 0.67197 0.752

1.01387

Horse Power (550ff.lb./Second) Horse power Horse power Pound / Sec

Metric H.P.

0.9863

M.Kg./Sec. Watts. M.Kg./Sec

0.01316 0.00134 7.230

Power

76.040 746.000 0.1383

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1. PCU EQUIVALENTS AS PER INDIAN PRACTICE S.No.

Vehicle Type

PCU Equivalency Factor

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Motor Cycle or Scooter Passenger car, pick-up van or auto-rickshaw Agricultural Tractor, light commercial Vehicle Truck or Bus Truck-Trailer, Agricultural Tractor-trailer Cycle Cycle rickshaw Hand cart Horse-drawn vehicle Bullock Cart

0.50 1.00 1.50 3.00 4.50 0.50 2.00 3.00 4.00 8.00*

*For smaller bullock carts, a value of 6 will be appropriate. 2. CAMBER PRESCRIBED BY VARIOUS AUTHORITIES S.No. 1.

Authority AASHTO

2. 3.

U.K. I.R.C.

Type of surfA.C.E. (i) High (ii) Intermediate (iii) Low (i) Cement Concrete or high type bituminous (ii) Thin bituminous surfacing (iii) Water-bound Macadam (iv) Earth

Camber(%) 1-2 1.5 - 2 2-4 2.5 1.7 2.0 2.5 3.0

-

2.0 2.5 3.0 4.0

The cross-slope for the shoulders should be generally steeper than for the pavement by about 0.5 % to facilitate quick drainage subject to a minimum of 3%

S.No. 1.

S.No

2.

1. 2. 3. 4.

3. MINIMUM GRADIENTS FOR DRAINAGE Minimum Gradients(%) Site Condition (Desirable) Longitudinal drainage along curbed edge 0.5 of pavements. (lined). Longitudinal drainage along road side 1.0 ditches. (unlined)

4. STANDARDS FOR ROADWAY WIDTH-INDIAN PRACTICE Width of Roadway (in metres) Highway classification Plain and rolling Mountainous and terrain Steep terrain NH and SH (a) SL -6.25 (b) DL 12.0 -Major District Roads 9.0 -ODR (i) DL 9.0 4.75 (ii) SL 7.5 4.75 Village Roads 7.5 4.0

5. PERCENT CROSS SLOPE FOR DIFFERENT TERRAINS S. No 1 2. 3. 4.

Terrain Classification

Percent cross slope of the country

Plain Rolling Mountainous Steep

0 – 10 >10 – 25 >25 – 60 >60

6. GRADIENTS FOR ROADS IN DIFFERENT TERRAINS S. No 1 2. 3.

Terrain Type Plain & Rolling Mountainous terrain and Steep terrain having elevation more than 3000m above the MSL Steep Up to 3000 m height above MSL

Ruling Gradient %

Limiting Gradient %

Exceptional Gradient %

3.3 (1 in 30)

5 (1 in 20)

6.7 (1 in 15)

5 (1 in 20)

5 (1 in 16.7)

7 (1 in 14.3)

6 (1 in 16.7)

7 (1 in 14.3)

8 (1 in 12.5)

7. STANDARD SPECIFICATIONS AND CODE OF PRACTICE TO BE ADOPTED FOR ROAD BRIDGES & ROADS For Bridges: IRC: 5-1998

Section- I

General features of design

IRC: 6-2000

Section- II

Loads and Stresses

IRC: 21-2000 IRC: 40-2002

Section- III Section- IV

Cement Concrete (Plain & Reinforced) Brick, Stone and Block Masonry

IRC: 24-2001

Section- V

Steel Road Bridges

IRC: 22-1986

Section-VI

Composite Construction

IRC: 78-2000

Section- VII

Foundation and Sub-structure

IRC: 18-2000

Section-VIII

IRC: 83-1999 IRC: 83-1987 IRC: 83-2002 For Roads:

Section-IX Part-I Section-IX Part-II Section-IX Part-III

Pre-stressed Concrete Road bridges (Post – Tensioned Concrete) Metallic Bearings Elastomeric Bearings

IRC: 37-2001

Guidelines for design of Flexible pavements

IRC: 81-1998 IRC SP 23 -1993 IRC 35 – 1997 IRC 38 - 1988 IRC 58 – 2002 IRC 64– 2001 IRC 67 – 2001 IRC 73 - 1980 IRC 74 – 1979 IRC 106 – 1990

Guidelines for strengthening of flexible road pavements using BBD technique Vertical Curves for Highways Code of practice for road markings Design of Horizontal curves Guidelines for the design of plain jointed rigid pavements for Highways Guidelines for Capacity of roads in rural areas Code of practice for road signs. Geometric Standards for Rural (Non-Urban) Highways Tentative Guidelines for Lean Cement Concrete as sub base Guidelines for Capacity of urban roads in plain areas. * Some of the codes are revised which may be taken for reference.

Pot, Pot-cum-ptfe, Pin & Metallic Guide Bearings

8. STANDARDS FOR BUILDING LINES AND CONTROL LINES IN INDIA Plain & Rolling Terrain Rural Area

Urban Area

Normal

Exceptional

Normal

Exceptional

National & State Highways

Width between building lines (over all width) in m 80

3-6

5

3

5

3

Major District Roads

50

100

3

5

3

5

3

Other District Roads

25/30*

35

3-5

5

3

5

3

Village Roads

25

30

3-5

5

3

5

3

Class of Road

Width between control lines (overall width) in m 150

Mountainous and Steep Terrain Distance between building line and boundary (metres)

Urban and Industrial Area Distance between building line and road boundary in m

Rural areas

Urban areas

* If the land width is equal to the width between building lines indicated in this column, the building lines shall be set 2 - 5 m from the road boundary lines. 9. RIGHT-OF-WAY WIDTH FOR DIFFERENT CLASSES OF ROADS IN INDIA

Class of Road

National and State Highways

Right of Way width in metres Plain and Rolling terrain Mountainous and Steep Terrain Rural Areas Urban Areas Rural Areas Urban Areas ExcepExcepNormal Range Normal Range Normal Normal tional tional 45 30 - 60 30 30 - 60 24 18 20 18

Major District Roads

25

25 - 30

20

15 - 25

18

15

15

12

Other District Roads

15

15 - 25

15

15 - 20

12

12

12

9

Village Roads

12

12 - 18

10

15 - 20

9

9

9

9

10. MINIMUM RADII OF HORIZONTAL CURVES FOR DIFFERENT TERRAIN CONDITIONS

Plain Terrain Classification Road

Rolling Terrain

Mountainous Terrain Areas not Snow bound affected by areas snow

(Metres) Steep Terrain Areas not Snow bound affected by areas snow

Ruling Minimum

Absolute Minimum

Ruling Minimum

Absolute Minimum

Rulin g Minim um

Absolut e Minimu m

Ruling Minimu m

Absol ute Minim um

Ruling Minimu m

Absol ute Minim um

Ruling Minimu m

Absol ute Minim um

NH and SH

360

230

230

155

80

50

90

60

50

30

60

33

MDR

230

155

155

90

50

30

60

33

30

14

33

15

ODR

155

90

90

60

30

20

33

23

20

14

23

15

Village Roads

90

60

60

45

20

14

23

15

20

14

23

15

CEMENT REQUIREMENT STATEMENT (Adopting 1 Cum of Cement = 1440 Kg) Sl. No. 1 1

3 (0.45x2/3)x1440

4 Cum

Requirement of Cement (Kg) 5 432

Description of work 2 CC 1:1.5:3 using 20mm or less BG metal

Per

2

CC 1:2:4 using 20mm or less BG metal

(0.45/2)x1440

Cum

324

3

CC 1:3:6 using 20mm or less BG metal

(0.45/3)x1440

Cum

216

4

CC 1:4:8 using 40mm BG metal

(0.45/4)x1440

Cum

162

1

2

3

4

5

5

CC 1:5:10 using 40mm BG metal

(0.45/5)x1440

Cum

130

6

CC 1:2:5 using 40mm BG metal

(0.33/2)x1440

Cum

274

7

CC 1:4:10 using 40mm BG metal

(0.38/4)x1440

Cum

137

8

Brick work in CM 1:3 using 1st class Metric bricks

(0.22/3)x1440

Cum

106

9

Brick work in CM 1:4 using 1st class Metric bricks

(0.22/4)x1440

Cum

79

10

Brick work in CM 1:5 using 1st class Metric bricks

(0.22/5)x1440

Cum

63

11

Brick work in CM 1:6 using 1st class Metric bricks

(0.22/6)x1440

Cum

53

12

Brick work in CM 1:3 using 2nd & 3rd class Metric bricks

(0.27/3)x1440

Cum

130

13

Brick work in CM 1:4 using 2nd & 3rd class Metric bricks

(0.27/4)x1440

Cum

97

14

Brick work in CM 1:5 using 2nd & 3rd class Metric bricks

(0.27/5)x1440

Cum

78

15

Brick work in CM 1:6 using 2nd & 3rd class Metric bricks

(0.27/6)x1440

Cum

65

16

Brick work in CM 1:3 using Wire Cut bricks

(0.20/3)x1440

Cum

96

17

Brick work in CM 1:4 using Wire Cut bricks

(0.20/4)x1440

Cum

72

18

Brick work in CM 1:5 using Wire Cut bricks

(0.20/5)x1440

Cum

58

19

Brick work in CM 1:6 using Wire Cut bricks

(0.20/6)x1440

Cum

48

20

Brick work in CM 1:3 using Stock bricks

(0.25/3)x1440

Cum

120

21

Brick work in CM 1:4 using Stock bricks

(0.25/4)x1440

Cum

90

22

Brick work in CM 1:5 using Stock bricks

(0.25/5)x1440

Cum

72

23

Brick work in CM 1:6 using Stock bricks

(0.25/6)x1440

Cum

60

24

Brick work in CM 1:4 using Country bricks

(0.30/4)x1440

Cum

108

25

Brick work in CM 1:5 using Country bricks

(0.30/5)x1440

Cum

86

1

2

3

4

5

26

Brick work in CM 1:6 using Country bricks

(0.30/6)x1440

Cum

72

27

Brick work in CM 1:7 using Country bricks

(0.30/7)x1440

Cum

62

28

Brick work in CM 1:8 using Country bricks

(0.30/8)x1440

Cum

54

29

Random Rubble Masonry in CM 1:3

(0.34/3)x1440

Cum

163

30

Random Rubble Masonry in CM 1:4

(0.34/4)x1440

Cum

122

31

Random Rubble Masonry in CM 1:5

(0.34/5)x1440

Cum

98

32

Random Rubble Masonry in CM 1:6

(0.34/6)x1440

Cum

82

33

Random Rubble Masonry in CM 1:7

(0.34/7)x1440

Cum

70

34

Random Rubble Masonry in CM 1:8

(0.34/8)x1440

Cum

61

35

Coursed Rubble Masonry in CM 1:2 - I sort

(0.28/2)x1440

Cum

202

36

Coursed Rubble Masonry in CM 1:5 - I sort

(0.28/5)x1440

Cum

81

37

Coursed Rubble Masonry in CM 1:2 - II sort

(0.32/2)x1440

Cum

230

38

Coursed Rubble Masonry in CM 1:5 - II sort

(0.32/5)x1440

Cum

92

39

Cut stone in CM 1:2

(0.16/2)x1440

Cum

115

40

Cut stone in CM 1:3

(0.16/3)x1440

Cum

77

41

Cut stone in CM 1:4

(0.16/4)x1440

Cum

58

42

RCC Sunshade for 60cm width, average 6.5cm thick

(0.04x2/4)x1440

RM

29

43

RCC Sunshade for 90cm width, average 9cm thick

(0.08/2)x1440

RM

58

44

Vertical Expansion Joint for building

(0.21/3)x1440

10 Sqm

101

45

Damp Proof Course in CM 1:3 for 20mm thick

(0.21/3)x1440

10 Sqm

101

46

Ellis Pattern Flooring in CM 1:3 for 20mm thick

(0.244/3)x1440

10 Sqm

117

1

2

3

4

5

47

Granolithic Flooring 40mm thick

[(0.18/2)x1440]+10

10 Sqm

140

48

Granolithic Flooring 50mm thick

[(0.234/2)x1440]+10

10 Sqm

169

49

Granolithic Flooring 25mm thick

[(0.12/2)x1440]+10

10 Sqm

96

50

Flooring with wearing coat of CC 1:2:4 for 20mm thick

(0.20/2)x1440

10 Sqm

144

51

TerrA.C.E.d roofing

[(0.24/3)x1440]+20+49

10 Sqm

185

52

TerrA.C.E. flooring with one course of Pressed Tiles

[(0.12/3)x1440]+20

10 Sqm

78

53

TerrA.C.E. flooring with two course of Flat Tiles

[(0.27/3)x1440]+20

10 Sqm

150

54

Complete surfA.C.E. repairs to terrA.C.E. roofs

[(0.11/3)x1440]+20

10 Sqm

73

55

Plastering in CM 1:2, 12mm thick

(0.14/2)x1440

10 Sqm

101

56

Plastering in CM 1:3, 12mm thick

(0.14/3)x1440

10 Sqm

67

57

Plastering in CM 1:4, 12mm thick

(0.14/4)x1440

10 Sqm

51

58

Plastering in CM 1:5, 12mm thick

(0.14/5)x1440

10 Sqm

41

59

Plastering in CM 1:6, 12mm thick

(0.14/6)x1440

10 Sqm

34

60

Plastering in CM 1:2, 20mm thick

(0.22/2)x1440

10 Sqm

158

61

Plastering in CM 1:3, 20mm thick

(0.22/3)x1440

10 Sqm

106

62

Plastering in CM 1:4, 20mm thick

(0.22/4)x1440

10 Sqm

79

63

Plastering in CM 1:5, 20mm thick

(0.22/5)x1440

10 Sqm

64

64

Plastering in CM 1:6, 20mm thick

(0.22/6)x1440

10 Sqm

53

65

Special Ceiling Plastering in CM 1:3, 10mm thick

(0.10/3)x1440

10 Sqm

48

66

Special Plastering for RC Slabs & Beams in CM 1:3, 10mm tk

(0.10/3)x1440

10 Sqm

48

67

Stucco Plastering in CM 1:5, 12mm thick

[(0.14/5)x1440]+86.5

10 Sqm

127

1

2

3

4

5

68

Pointing with Flush pointing for Brick work in CM 1:3

(0.06/3)x1440

10 Sqm

29

69

Pointing with CM 1:3 for marble slab, pressed tiles, etc.,

(0.04/3)x1440

10 Sqm

20

70

Pointing with CM 1:3 Flushing pointing R.R.Masonry

(0.09/3)x1440

10 Sqm

43

Note:1 2 3 4

Type of Brick First Class Brick Second & Third Class Brick Wire Cut Brick Stock Brick

Size 19x9x9cm 19x9x5.7cm 9"x4.375"x2.75" 9"x4.5"x3"

CLASSIFICATION OF CEMENT CONCRETE PIPES ACCORDING TO IS: 458 - 1971

Class

Description

Conditions under which normally used

NP1

Unreinforced concrete non-pressure pipes

For drainage and irrigation, use above ground or in shallow trenches.

NP2

R.C. light duty, non-pressure pipes

For culverts carrying light traffic.

NP3

R.C. heavy duty, non-pressure pipes

For culverts carrying heavy traffic.

NP4

R.C. heavy duty, non-pressure pipes

For culverts carrying very heavy traffic such as railways.

R.C. pressure pipes tested to a hydrostatic pressure of 2.0 kg/sq.cm. (20m head) R.C. pressure pipes tested to a hydrostatic pressure of 4.0 kg/sq.cm. (40m head)

For use on gravity mains, the actual working pressure not exceeding 2/3 of the test pressure. For use on pumping mains, the actual working pressure not exceeding 1/2 of the test pressure.

R.C. pressure pipes tested to a hydrostatic pressure of 6.0 kg/sq.cm. (60m head)

For use on pumping mains, the actual working pressure not exceeding 1/2 of the test pressure.

P1 P2 P3

EXTRACT OF SPECIFICATIONS FOR ROAD AND BRIDGE WORKS (MORT&H - REV IV) CLAUSE: 401 - GRANULAR SUB BASE * Materials used may be natural sand, mooram, gravel, crushed stone, crushed slag, crushed concrete, brick metal and kankar satisfying the requirements. * Liquid Limit (LL) must be less than 25. * Plasticity Index (PI) must be less than 6. * Field Density (FD) achieved should be atleast 98% of of maximum dry density. * Necessary gradation of component materials shall be done during collection stage. * To ensure that the materials are brought from the quarry for which the design mix is obtained. * To ensure correct proportion of materials as per design mix during mixing. * Mixing to be done in such a way that heavier particles are not segregated. * Compaction to be done in layers if the total thickness exceed 100mm (if static roller used) and 225mm (if vibratory roller used). * The loose volume of components of the GSB shall be about 1.50 Cum per 1 Cum of compacted volume. This depends on the Proctor Density of the mix and loose dry density of the individual materials. * The Optimum Moisture Content (OMC) shall be maintained during mixing and compaction of GSB. * Due allowance of moisture content about 2% for evaporation shall be provided during mixing. * Field Density (FD) shall be done to verify the compaction and desired density. * Excess of moisture content shall be avoided as this leads to segregation of materials. * CBR test shall be conducted for the GSB sample for comparison with the design mix. * The material passing 75 microns sieve by weight is a clay fraction and it shall not be more than 10%. TABLE 400-1. GRADING FOR CLOSE GRADED GRANULAR SUB BASE MATERIALS IS Sieve Designation 75.0 mm 53.0 mm 26.5 mm 9.50 mm 4.75 mm 2.36 mm 0.425 mm 0.075 mm CBR Value (Minimum)

Percent by weight passing the IS sieve Grading I

Grading II

Grading III

100 80 to 100 55 to 90 35 to 65 25 to 55 20 to 40 10 to 25 3 to 10 30

100 70 to 100 50 to 80 40 to 65 30 to 50 15 to 25 3 to 10 25

100 65 to 95 50 to 80 40 to 65 20 to 35 3 to 10 20

TABLE 400-2. GRADING FOR COARSE GRADED GRANULAR SUB BASE MATERIALS IS Sieve Designation

Percent by weight passing the IS sieve Grading I

Grading II

Grading III

75.0 mm 100 53.0 mm 100 26.5 mm 55 to 75 50 to 80 100 4.75 mm 10 to 30 15 to 35 25 to 45 0.075 mm < 10 < 10 < 10 CBR Value (Minimum) 30 25 20 Note: The material passing 425 micron (0.425mm) sieve for all the three gradings when tested according to IS: 2720 (Part 5) shall have liquid limit and plasticity index not more than 25 and 6% respectively. CLAUSE: 404 - WATER BOUND MACADAM SUB BASE/BASE * Collection of correct quantity of aggregates (satisfying the requirements) to be ensured. * The loose quantity of metal required for 1 Cum of compacted WBM is 1.33 Cum. * Proper gradation of metal shall be ensured before spreading. * Oversize metal shall not be permitted. * Flaky metal shall be restricted as this leads to poor interlocking and attrition of metal. * Gradation of WBM Grade 1 metal shall be 90mm to 45mm. * Gradation of WBM Grade 2 metal shall be 63mm to 45mm. * Gradation of WBM Grade 3 metal shall be 53mm to 22.4mm. * Adequate care shall be exercised during spreading to prevent segregation of finer aggregates. * Proper hand packing shall be done to ensure camber, super elevation and smoothness. * Proper compaction using the roller with an overlap of half the width of wheel shall be done. * The blindage gravel shall be free from Clay. Necessary Plasticity Index test shall be done. Material passing 75 micron sieve shall not be more than 10% by weight. * Quantity of WBM blindage required is 0.24 Cum. for 1 Cum of metal. * Proper consolidation with gravel slurry shall be ensured to pack the voids and to blind the aggregates. * Excess of blindage material shall be avoided due to difficulty in cleaning before bituminous work. TABLE 400-7. GRADING REQUIREMENT OF COARSE AGGREGATES FOR WBM Grading No.

Size Range

I

90mm to 45mm

II

63mm to 45mm

IS Sieve Designation 125 mm 90 mm 63 mm 45 mm 22.4 mm 90 mm 63 mm

Percent by weight passing 100 90 to 100 25 to 60 0 to 15 0 to 5 100 90 to 100

53 mm 25 to 75 45 mm 0 to 15 22.4 mm 0 to 5 63 mm 100 53 mm 95 to 100 III 53mm to 22.4mm 45 mm 65 to 90 22.4 mm 0 to 10 11.2 mm 0 to 5 Note: The compacted thickness for a layer Grading I shall be 100mm while for layer with other Gradings i.e., II & III, it shall be 75mm. The quantity of binding material required for 100mm compacted thickness of WBM will be 0.08 to 0.10 Cum/10 Sqm and 0.06 to 0.09 Cum/10 Sqm for 75mm compacted thickness. CLAUSE: 406 - WET MIX MACADAM SUB BASE/BASE * The thickness of a single compacted Wet Mix Macadam layer shall not be less than 75mm. * WMM shall be prepared in an approved mixing plant like Pugmill or Pan type mixer of concrete batching plant. For small quantity of wet mix work, the Engineer may permit the mixing to be done in Concrete mixers. * While adding water, due allowance should be made for evaporation losses. * The prepared mix may be spread either by a Paver finisher or Motor grader. For portions where mechanical means cannot be used, manual means as approved by the Engineer shall be used. * If the thickness of single compacted layer does not exceed 100mm, a smooth wheel roller of 80 to 100 KN weight may be used. For a compacted singlr layer upto 200mm, the compaction shall be done with the help of Vibratory roller of minimum static weight of 80 to 100 KN or equivalent capacity roller. The speed of the roller shall not exceed 5 km/hr. * If irregularities develop during rolling which exceed 12mm when tested with a 3 metre straight edge, the surfA.C.E. should be loosened and premixed material added or removed as required before rolling again so as to achieve a uniform surfA.C.E. confirming to the desired grade and crossfall. * In no case should the use of unmixed material be permitted to make up the depressions. * Rolling shall be continued till the density achieved is atleast 98% of the maximum dry density. * After final compaction of WMM course, the road shall be allowed to dry for 24 hours. * Materials finer than 425 micron shall have Plasticity Index (PI) not exceeding 6. * If the water absorption value of the coarse aggregate is greater than 2%, the Soundness test shall be carried out on the material delivered to site as per IS: 2386 (Part - 5).

TABLE 400-11. GRADING REQUIREMENT OF COARSE AGGREGATES FOR WMM IS Sieve Designation 53.00 mm 45.00 mm 22.40 mm 11.20 mm 4.75 mm 2.36 mm 600 micron 75 micron

Percent by weight passing the IS Sieve 100 95 to 100 60 to 80 40 to 60 25 to 40 15 to 30 8 to 22 0 to 8

TABLE 900-3. CONTROL TESTS AND THEIR MINIMUM FREQUENCY FOR SUB BASES / BASES Sl. No.

1

2

3

Type of Construction

Granular

Water Bound Macadam

Wet Mix Macadam

Test (i) Gradation (ii) Atterberg limits (iii) Moisture content prior to compaction (iv) Density of compacted layer (v) Deleterious constituents (vi) C.B.R. (i) Aggregate Impact value (ii) Grading (iii) Flakiness Index and Elongation Index (iv) Atterberg limits of binding materials (v) Atterberg limits of portion of aggregate passing 425 micron sieve. (i) Aggregate Impact value (ii) Grading (iii) Flakiness Index and Elongation Index (iv) Density of compacted layer (v) Atterberg limits of portion of aggregate passing 425 micron sieve.

Frequency (minimum) One test per 200 Cum One test per 200 Cum One test per 250 Sqm One test per 500 Sqm As required As required One test per 200 Cum One test per 100 Cum One test per 200 Cum One test per 25 Cum of binding material One test per 100 Cum of aggregate One test per 200 Cum One test per 100 Cum One test per 200 Cum One test per 500 Sqm One test per 100 Cum of aggregate

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS OF COARSE AGGREGATES FOR WATER BOUND MACADAM / WET MIX MACADAM FOR SUB BASE / BASE COURSES Sl. Requirements Test Test Method No. (Max) 1 Los Angeles Abrasion value IS: 2386 (Part-4) 40% IS: 2386 (Part-4) 2 Aggregate Impact value 30% or IS: 5640 Combined Flakiness & Elongation Indices (Total)

3

IS: 2386 (Part-1)

30%

Note: If the water absorption value of the coarse aggregate is greater than 2%, the soundness test shall be carried out on the material delivered to site as per IS: 2386 (Part-5) CLAUSE: 500 – BASE AND SUB-BASE COURSES (BITUMINOUS) PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS OF COARSE AGGREGATES FOR PAVEMENT LAYERS Property Cleanliness (Dust) Particle shape

Strength*

Polishing

Test Grain size analysis Flakiness & Elongation Index (Combined) Los Angeles Abrasion value Aggregate Impact value Polished Stone Value Soundness:

Durability

Water Absorption

Stripping

Sodium Sulphate Magnesium Sulphate Water Absorption Coating & Stripping of Bitumen Aggregate Mixtures Retained Tensile Strength

Test Method

Specification BM Max 5% passing 75µ sieve

DBM Max 5% passing 75µ sieve

SDBC Max 5% passing 75µ sieve

BC Max 5% passing 75µ sieve

IS: 2386 (Part-1)

Max 30%

Max 30%

Max 30%

Max 30%

IS: 2386 (Part-4)

Max 40%

Max 35%

Max 35%

Max 30%

IS: 2386 (Part-4)

Max 30%

Max 27%

Max 27%

Max 24%

Min 55

Min 55

IS: 2386 (Part-1)

BS:

812

(Part-114)

-

-

IS: 2386 (Part-5) Max 12%

Max 12%

Max 12%

Max 12%

Max 18%

Max 18%

Max 18%

Max 18%

IS: 2386 (Part-3)

Max 2%

Max 2%

Max 2%

Max 2%

IS: 6241

Minimum retained coating 95%

Minimum retained coating 95%

Minimum retained coating 95%

Minimum retained coating 95%

Min 80%

Min 80%

Water AASHTO Sensitivity* Min 80% Min 80% T283 * Note: * Aggregate may satisfy requirements of either of these two tests.

** The water sensitivity test is only to be carried out if the minimum retained coating in the stripping test is less than 95%. For DBM, SDBC & BC works, approved job mix formula should be followed for each work.

REQUIREMENTS FOR BITUMINOUS PAVEMENT LAYERS (DBM / SDBC / BC) DBM Minimum Stability (KN at 60 degree Celcius)

Requirements for SDBC

BC

9.0

8.2

9.0

2 4 75 blows on each of the two fA.C.E.s of the specimen 3 to 6

2 4 75 blows on each of the two fA.C.E.s of the specimen 3 to 5

2 4

Percent voids in mineral aggregate (VMA)

See Table 500-12

See Table 500-12

See Table 500-12

Percent voids filled with bitumen (VFB)

65 to 75

65 to 78

65 to 75

Loss of stability on immersion in water at 60 degree Celcius (ASTM D 1075)

-

-

Minimum 75% retained strength

Minimum flow (mm) Maximum flow (mm) Compaction level (No. of blows) Percent air voids

75 blows on each of the two fA.C.E.s of the specimen 3 to 6

TABLE 500-12. MINIMUM PERCENT VOIDS IN MINERAL AGGREGATE (VMA) Nominal Maximum Particle Size* (mm) 9.5 12.5 19.0 25.0 37.5

Minimum VMA (%) related to Design Air Voids (%)** 3.0 4.0 5.0 14.0 15.0 16.0 13.0 14.0 15.0 12.0 13.0 14.0 11.0 12.0 13.0 10.0 11.0 12.0

Notes: * The nominal maximum particle size is one size larger than the first sieve to retain more than 10%. ** Interpolate minimum voids in the mineral aggregate (VMA) for design voids values between those listed. 501.8.2.4: PROFILE CORRECTIVE COURSE (PCC) AND ITS APPLICATION 

The PCC materials shall be of the same specifications as that of the overlay/ strengthening course.



A milling machine shall remove the high spots in the existing surfA.C.E. and all loose materials shall be removed.



Where the maximum thickness of PCC is less than 40mm, the PCC shall be constructed as an integral part of the overlay course.

TABLE 500-4: COMPOSITION OF BITUMINOUS MACADAM Mix Designation

Grading-I

Grading-II

Nominal Aggregate size

40 mm

19 mm

Layer Thickness

80-100 mm

50-75 mm

IS Sieve

Cumulative % by weight of total aggregate passing

45.00 mm 37.5 mm 26.5 mm 19 mm 13.2 mm 4.75 mm 2.36 mm 300 micron 75 micron Binder Content

100 90-100 75-100 … 35-61 13-22 4-19 2-10 0-8 3.1 – 3.4 %

… … 100 90-100 56-88 16-36 4-19 2-10 0-8 3.3 – 3.5 %

TABLE 500-5: MIXING AND ROLLING TEMPERATURE Bitumen Grade

Bitumen mixing ( ۫ C)

Aggregate mixing ( ۫ c)

Mixed material ( ۫ c)

Laying ( ۫ c)

Rolling ( ۫ c)

35

160-170

160-175

170 (max)

130 (min)

100 (min)

65

150-165

150-170

165 (max)

125 (min)

90 (min)

90

140-160

140-165

155 (max)

115 (min)

80 (min)

504.3.6: Rolling 

Rolling shall be continued until the specified density is achieved



If no density is specified rolling shall be done until there is no further movement under the roller

504.5 Protection of the layer The BM shall be covered with either the next pavement course or wearing course as the case may be within a maximum of 48 hrs. If there is to be any delay the course shall be covered by a seal coat to the requirement of clause 513 before opening to any traffic. The seal coat in such case shall be considered incidental to the work and shall not be paid for separately 505 - DENSE GRADED BITUMINOUS MACADAM TABLE 500-9: GRADING REQUIREMENT FOR MINERAL FILLER IS Sieve

Cumulative % by weight of total aggregate passing

600 micron 300 micron 75 micron

100 95-100 85-100

TABLE 500-10: COMPOSITION OF DGBM (DBM) Grading

I

II

Nominal Aggregate size

40 mm

25 mm

Layer Thickness

80-100 mm

50-75 mm

IS Sieve

Cumulative % by weight of total aggregate passing

45.0 mm 100 … 37.5 mm 95-100 100 26.5 mm 63-93 90-100 19 mm … 71-95 13.2 mm 55-75 56-80 9.5 mm … … 4.75 mm 38-54 38-54 2.36 mm 28-42 28-42 1.18 mm … … 600 micron … … 300 micron 7-21 7-21 150 micron … … 75 micron 2-8 2-8 Binder Content 4 % min 4.5 % min Bitumen Grade 65 or 90 65 or 90 Note : The combined aggregate grading shall not vary from the low limits on one sieve to the high limit of the adjA.C.E.nt sieve

506 – SEMI DENSE BITUMINOUS CONCRETE  This work shall consist of construction in a single or multiple layers SDBC. A single layer shall be 25 mm to 100 mm in thickness TABLE 500-15: COMPOSITION OF SDBC Grading

I

II

Nominal Aggregate size

13 mm

10 mm

Layer Thickness

35-40 mm

25-30 mm

IS Sieve 19 mm 13.2 mm 9.5 mm 4.75 mm 2.36 mm 1.18 mm 600 micron 300 micron 150 micron 75 micron Binder Content Bitumen Grade

Cumulative % by weight of total aggregate passing 100 90-100 70-90 35-51 24-39 15-30 … 9-19 … 3-8 4.5 % min 65

... 100 90-100 35-51 24-39 15-30 … 9-19 … 3-8 5 % min 65

Note : The combined aggregate grading shall not vary from the low limits on one sieve to the high limit of the adjA.C.E.nt sieve

TABLE 500 - 13 – PERMISSIBLE VARIATION FROM THE JOB MIX FORMULA Description

Permissible Variation Base/ Binder Course (±)

Wearing Course (±)

Aggregate passing 19 mm sieve of larger

8%

7%

Aggregate passing 13.2 mm & 9.5 mm

7%

6%

Aggregate passing 4.75 mm

6%

5%

Aggregate passing 2.36 mm, 1.18 mm & 600 micron Aggregate passing 300 micron and 150 micron

5%

4%

4%

3%

Aggregate passing 75 micron

2%

1.5 %

Binder Content

0.3 %

0.3 %

Mixing temperature

10 ۫ C

10 ۫ C

509 – BITUMINOUS CONCRETE 

This work shall consist of construction in a single or multiple layers BC. A single layer shall be 25 mm to 100 mm in thickness TABLE 500-18: COMPOSITION OF BITUMINOUS CONCRETE Grading

I

II

Nominal Aggregate size

19 mm

13 mm

Layer Thickness

50-65 mm

30-45 mm

IS Sieve 26.5 mm 19 mm 13.2 mm 9.5 mm 4.75 mm 2.36 mm 1.18 mm 600 micron 300 micron 150 micron 75 micron Binder Content % Bitumen Grade

Cumulative % by weight of total aggregate passing 100 79-100 59-79 52-72 35-55 28-44 20-34 15-27 10-20 5-13 2-8 5-6 65

… 100 79-100 70-88 53-71 42-58 34-48 26-38 18-28 12-20 4-10 5-7 65

Note : The combined aggregate grading shall not vary from the low limits on one sieve to the high limit of the adjA.C.E.nt sieve

511 – OPEN GRADED PRE-MIX CARPET SURFACING Quantities of materials for 10 m2 of 20mm thick open graded pre-mix carpet Aggregate

Nominal size of 13.2 mm (Passing 22.4 mm and retained on 11.2 mm sieve)

0.18 Cum

Nominal size of 11.2 mm (Passing 13.2 mm and retained on 5.6 mm sieve)

0.09 cum

Total Binder

0.27 cum

For 0.18 cum of 13.2 mm nominal size stone at kg/cum

52

9.50 kg

For 0.09 cum of 11.2 mm nominal size stone at kg/cum

56

5.10 kg

Total

14.60 kg

513. SEAL COAT 

This work shall consist of the application of a seal coat for sealing the voids of a bituminous surfA.C.E. laid.



Seal coat shall be either of the following two types. SEAL COAT TYPE A:



Liquid seal coat comprising of an application of a layer of bituminous binder followed by a cover of stone chips.



The quantity of bitumen per 10 m2 shall be 9.80 kg for Seal coat type A



The stone chips shall be 0.09 cum of 6.7 mm size per 10 m2, defined as 100% passing on 11.2 mm sieve and retained on 2.36 mm sieve.



Bitumen shall be heated to 150 to 1630C and sprayed at the rate specified. And after the application of binder, stone chips shall be spread uniformly at the rate specified, so as to cover the surfA.C.E. completely.



The entire surfA.C.E. shall be rolled with 8 – 10 MT smooth wheeled steel roller. Traffic shall not be allowed to run on the newly sealed area until the day of laying, however if traffic has to be permitted the speed shall be restricted to 16 km/hour. SEAL COAT TYPE B:



Premixed seal coat comprising of a thin application of fine aggregate premixed with bituminous binder.



The quantity of bitumen per 10 m2 shall be 6.80 kg for Seal coat type B



The stone chips shall be 0.06 cum of sand or grit per 10m2, passing on 2.36 mm sieve and retained on 180 micron.



The aggregate shall be heated to a temperature between 150 & 165 oC.



Mixing the aggregate and binder shall be continued till the aggregate is thoroughly coated with binder.



The mix shall be spread uniformly and shall be rolled.



Traffic shall be allowed soon after final rolling when the premixed material has cooled down to the surrounding temperature.

600 – CONCRETE PAVEMENT

601 – DRY LEAN CEMENT CONCRETE (SUB BASE) TABLE 600 – 1 – AGGREGATE GRADATION FOR DRY LEAN CONCRETE Sieve 26.50 mm 19.00 mm 9.50 mm 4.75 mm 600 micron 75 micron

% Passing the sieve by weight 100 80 – 100 55 – 75 35 – 60 10 – 35 0–8

TABLE 1700 – 8 – FREQUENCY OF SAMPLING Quantity of concrete in work (cum) 1–5 6 – 15 16 – 30 31 – 50

No. of samples

1 2 3 4 4 plus one additional sample for each 51 and above additional 50 cum or part thereof Note: Three test specimens shall be made for each sample.

1716.2.5: Acceptance criteria Compressive strength 

The mean strength determined from any group of four consecutive samples should exceed the specified characteristic compressive strength.



Strength of any sample shall not be lesser than the specified characteristic compressive strength minus 3 M Pa

Clause 1000: Materials for structures COARSE AGGREGATE: 

For plain and RCC or pre stressed concrete, course aggregate shall consist of clean, hard, strong, dense, non-porous and durable pieces of crushed stone.



Shall not consist of disintegrated stones, soft, flaky, elongated particles, salt, alkali, vegetable matter or other deleterious materials.



The maximum value of flakiness index shall be 35%

TABLE 1000 – 1 – REQUIREMENT OF COARSE AGGREGATE IS Sieve

40 mm 100 95 – 100 30 – 70 … 10 – 35 0–5

63 mm 40 mm 20 mm 12.5 mm 10 mm 4.75 mm

% by weight passing the sieve 20 mm 12.5 mm … … 100 … 95 – 100 100 … 90 – 100 25 – 55 40 – 85 0 – 10 0 – 10

SAND / FINE AGGREGATE: TABLE 1000 – 2 – GRADATION OF FINE AGGREGATE IS Sieve 10 mm 4.75 mm 2.36 1.18 mm 600 micron 300 micron 150 micron

Zone I 100 90 – 100 60 – 95 30 – 70 15 – 34 5 – 20 0 – 10

% by weight passing the sieve Zone II Zone III 100 100 90 – 100 90 – 100 75 – 100 85 – 100 55 – 90 75 – 100 35 – 59 60 – 79 8 – 30 12 – 40 0 – 10 0 – 10

900 – Quality Control for Road works 902. Control of Alignment, Level and SurfA.C.E. Regularity 

Horizontal alignment shall be reckoned with respect to C/L of the carriageway as per drawing.



The edges of the carriageway shall be correct within the tolerance of (+/-) 10 mm.

The edges of the roadway and lower layers of pavement shall be corrected within the tolerance of (+/-) 25 mm. Table 900 – 1 – Tolerance in surfA.C.E. levels 

Sl. No. 1 2 A B C 3 A B 1 2 4 A B 5

Item Sub Grade Sub Base Flexible pavement Concrete pavement Dry lean concrete or rolled concrete Base – course for flexible pavement Bituminous course Other than bituminous Machine laid Manually laid Wearing course for flexible pavement Machine laid Manually laid Cement concrete pavement

(+) 20 mm 10 mm

(-) 25 mm 20 mm

6 mm 10 mm 6 mm

6 mm

15 mm 15 mm

10 mm 15 mm

6 mm 10 mm 5 mm

6 mm 10 mm 6 mm

PRIME COAT OVER GRANULAR BASE: * Prime Coat work shall consist of the application of a single coat of low viscosity liquid bituminous material to a porous granular surfA.C.E. preparatory to the superimposition of bituminous treatment or mix. * The Primer shall be bitumen emulsion complying with the requirements of IS: 8887. The use of medium curing cutback as per IS: 217 shall be restricted only for sites at sub-zero temperatures or for emergency applications as directed by the Engineer. * Bituminous Primer shall not be applied to a wet surfA.C.E. or during a dust storm or when the weather is foggy, rainy or windy or when the temperature in the shade is less than 10 degree celcius. SurfA.C.E.s which are to receive Emulsion Primer should be damp, but no free or standing water shall be present. VISCOSITY REQUIREMENT AND QUANTITY OF LIQUID BITUMINOUS PRIMER (TABLE 500-1)

Type of surfA.C.E.

Kinematic Viscosity of Primer at 60 degree Celcius (Centi stokes)

Quantity of Liquid Bituminous Material per 10 Sqm. (Kg)

30 to 60

6 to 9

70 to 140

9 to 12

250 to 500

12 to 15

Low Porosity (such as WBM & WMM) Medium Porosity (such as Cement stabilised soil base) High Porosity (such as a Gravel base)

TACK COAT: * Tack Coat work shall consist of the application of a single coat of low viscosity liquid bituminous material to an existing bituminous road surfA.C.E. preparatory to the superimposition of bituminous mix. * The binder used for tack coat shall be bitumen emulsion complying with the requirements of IS: 8887. The use of medium curing cutback as per IS: 217 shall be restricted only for sites at sub-zero temperatures or for emergency applications as directed by the Engineer. * Bituminous material shall not be applied to a wet surfA.C.E. or during a dust storm or when the weather is foggy, rainy or windy or when the temperature in the shade is less than 10 degree celcius. Where the tack coat consists of emulsion, the surfA.C.E. shall be slightly damp, but not wet. Where the tack coat is of cutback bitumen, the surfA.C.E. shall be dry. * The normal range of spraying temperature for a bituminous emulsion shall be 20 to 70 degree Celcius and for a cutback, 50 to 80 degree Celcius if RC-70/MC-70 is used. RATE OF APPLICATION OF TACK COAT (TABLE 500-2) Sl. No.

Type of SurfA.C.E.

Quantity of liquid bituminous material (Kg/Sqm area)

1

Normal Bituminous surfA.C.E.s

0.20 to 0.25

2

Dry & Hungry Bituminous surfA.C.E.s Granular surfA.C.E.s treated with primer Non bituminous surfA.C.E.s

0.25 to 0.30

4 a)

Granular base (not primed)

0.35 to 0.40

4 b)

Cement concrete pavement

0.30 to 0.35

3 4

0.25 to 0.30

UNIT WEIGHT OF MATERIALS Sl. No.

Materials

Weight

I

BUILDING MATERIALS:-

1

Brick

2

Cement

1440 kg/cum

3

Chalk

2200 kg/cum

4

Glass

5

Lime - Slaked

6

Lime - Unslaked

880 - 1040 kg/cum

7

Laterite

2080 - 2400 kg/cum

8

Surki

1010 kg/cum

9

Lime Stone

2650 kg/cum

10

Sand Stone

2800 kg/cum

11

Granite Stone

2400 kg/cum

12

Steel

13

Cast Iron

14

Timber

15

Broken stone

1600 - 1870 kg/cum

16

Broken Bricks

1010 - 1450 kg/cum

17

Lime Concrete

18

Cement Concrete

1800 - 2000 kg/cum

19

Reinforced Cement Concrete

2300 - 2700 kg/cum

20

Aggregates

21

Gravel

22

Sand / Grit

23

Aggregate Blend,

1600 – 1920 kg/cum

2560 kg/cum 580 - 640 kg/cum

7850 kg/cum 7030 - 7130 kg/cum 720 – 750 kg/cum

1920 kg/cum

1500 kg/cum 1600 - 1920 kg/cum 1700 kg/cum

i) 13.2mm to 90 microns

1575 kg/cum

ii) 11.2mm to 90 microns

1600 kg/cum

II

BITUMINOUS SUBSTANCES:-

1

Bitumen

1153 kg/cum

2

Bituminous Mix

1555 kg/cum

3

Anthracite Coal

1550 kg/cum

4

Peat

750 kg/cum

5

Heavy Charcoal

530 kg/cum

6

Coke

1200 kg/cum

7

Graphite

500 kg/cum

8

Crude Oil

880 kg/cum

9

Pitch

1100 kg/cum

10

Coal Tar

1200 kg/cum

III

EXCAVATED MATERIALS:-

1

Clay (Dry)

1600 kg/cum

2

Clay (Damp, Plastic)

1760 kg/cum

Sl. No.

Materials

Weight

3

Earth (Dry, Loose)

1410 - 1800 kg/cum

4

Earth (Moist)

1600 - 2000 kg/cum

5

Earth ( Packed)

1520 - 2000 kg/cum

6

Sand (Dry, Loose)

1540 – 1600 kg/cum

7

Sand (Dry, Packed)

1600 – 1900 kg/cum

IV

LIQUIDS:-

1

Alcohol

780 kg/cum

2

Gasoline

670 kg/cum

3

Ice

910 kg/cum

4

Nitric Acid

1500 kg/cum

5

Sulphuric Acid

1800 kg/cum

6

Vegetable Oil

930 kg/cum

7

Water (Fresh & Pure)

1000 kg/cum

8

Water (Sea)

1025 kg/cum

1

STRUCTURAL ITEMS, CEILINGS, FINISHES, ETC., A.C Sheets

2

Brick Masonry

3

Brick Wall, 6” thick

295 kg/sqm

4

Brick Wall, 9” thick

440 kg/sqm

5

Concrete

6

G.I Sheet, 24 Gauge

5 kg/sqm

7

G.I Sheet, 16 Gauge

10 kg/sqm

8

Mangalore Tiles with Battens

69 kg/sqm

9

Cement Plaster, 2.5 cm thick

10

Rubble Masonry

V

17 kg/sqm 1920 kg/cum

2306 kg/cum

44 kg/sqm 2100 kg/cum

SAFE BEARING CAPACITY OF SOILS & ROCKS Sl. No. I

Types of Rocks/Soils

Safe Bearing Capacity (Kg/Sq.cm) 33.0

2

Rocks:Hard rocks without lamination and defects. E.g: Granite & Dionite. Laminated rocks. E.g: Lime stone & Sand stone.

3

Residual deposits of shattered and broken bed rock.

9.0

4

Soft rock.

4.5

II

4.5

2

Non-cohesive Soils:Gravel sand offering high resistance to penetration when excavated by tools Course sand, compact and dry.

3

Medium sand, compact and dry.

4.5

4

Find sand, silt.

2.5

5

Loose gravel or sand gravel mixture dry.

1

1

Sl.

Types of Rocks/Soils

16.5

4.5

1.0 Safe Bearing

No.

Capacity (Kg/Sq.cm) 1.0

6

Fine sand, loose and dry.

III

Cohesive Soils:-

1

Soft shale, hard clay in deep bed dry.

4.6

2

2.5

4

Medium clay readily indented with a thumb nail. Moist clay and sand clay mixture with strong thumb pressure. Soft clay with moderate thumb pressure.

5

Very soft clay which can be penetrated.

6

Black cotton soil or expansive clay in dry condition.

7

Peat.

8

Fills or made up ground.

3

1.5 1.0 0.5 No generalized value No generalized value No generalized value

DATA FOR RETAINING WALL

Sl. No.

Description of backing material filled in the back of retaining wall

Weight (Kg/cum)

Angle of Repose (in Degrees)

1

Dry sand (Clean)

1550 - 1600

30 - 35

2

Moist sand

1600 - 1750

35

3

wet sand

1750 - 2000

25 - 26

4

Consolidated dry sand

1920

35

5

Dry earth (Vegetable)

1600

20 - 30

6

Moist earth (Vegetable)

1600 - 1750

45 - 50

7

Wet earth (Vegetable)

1750 - 1920

15 - 17

8

Dry consolidated earth (Vegetable)

1600

30

9

Gravel (Clean)

1440

40

10

Sand gravel mixer

1600 - 1750

26 - 30

11

Rubble stone

1600 - 1750

45

12

Dry clay

1920 - 2240

35

13

Damp clay

2000 - 2550

45

14

Wet clay

2000 - 2550

15

15

Mud

1600 - 1920

0

16

Coal ashes

640

40 - 45

LIST OF NATIONAL HIGHWAYS IN TAMIL NADU Length in Km. Sl. No

NH No.

Description of Road

1

4

Chennai - Chittoor - Bangalore Road

2

5

3

7

4

5

6

7A

45

45A

With state NH wing

With NHAI

Total

27.000

92.600

119.600

41.800

41.800

393.580

393.580

Madurai - Kanyakumari Section

233.600

233.600

Palayamkottai - Tuticorin Road

47.200

47.200

Chennai - Calcutta Road TN/KNT Border - Bangalore Salem - Madurai Section

Chennai - Trichy - Dindigul Road Dindigul-Periyakulam-Theni Road Villupuram - Pondichery Cuddalore, Nagapattinam Road (Km 0/0-16/122, 57/762-165/4, 185/8-194/0

421.650 492.300 70.650

131.960

131.960

7

45B

Trichy - Viralimalai - Melur Madurai -AruppukkottaiTuticorin road (Except Madurai ring road 124/840-138/800)

8

45C

Vikravandi - Panruti - Vadalur Sethiathoppu Kumbakonam – Thanjavur road

159.000

159.000

9

46

Krishnagiri - Ranipet Road

145.000

145.000

47

Salem - Cochin Road (excluding L& T Bypass Km 141/4-170/0) Kerala Border Kanyakumari Section

10

11

47B

12

49

13

49 Extn

14

66

15

67

17

67 Extn 68

18

205

16

Nagercoil – Aralvoimozhi – Kavalkinaru Road Madurai - Dhanushkodi Road (183/2-188/8 burried in sand dunes) Madurai - Cochin Road (Madurai urban stretch 0/0-5/2) Pondicherry/TN borderTindivanam-Krishnagiri Nagapattinam- Trichy-KarurCoimbatore Coimbatore-Mettupalayamooty-Gudaloor-TN/ KNT Border Salem - Ulundurpet Road TN/AP Border - Renigunta Thiruthani - Chennai

264.000

264.000

182.000 238.000 56.000 22.600

22.600

183.200

183.200

113.800

113.800 210.680

210.680

332.600

332.600

171.800

171.800

134.200

134.200

81.500

81.500

19

207

20

208

21

209

22

210

23

219

24

220

25

226

26

226 Extn

27

227

28

230

29

234

CBP-I CBP-II

Sharjapur - Bagalur Road Tenkasi - Rajapalayam Srivilliputhur - Thirumangalam Road Dindigul - Palani - Pollachi Coimbatore - Annur Sathyamangalam - Thimbam Bangalore Road (Link between NH-47& NH-7) Trichy - Pudukottai - Karaikudi Devakottai - Ramanathapuram Road Krishnagiri - Vertanapalli Kuppam Road Theni - Kambam - Kumuli - TN/ Kerala Border Thanjavur - Manamadurai (via) Gandharvakottai, Thirumayam, Thirupattur, Madagupatti, Sivaganga (except overlapping portion km 56/4-73/4 with NH 210) Perambalur – Perali – Kunnam – Ariyalur – Keelappalur – Thiruvaiyaru – Kandiyur – Thanjavur. Trichy - chidambaram(via) Lalgudi, Kizhapalur, Jeyamkondan, Kattumannar koil, Kumarachi (except overlapping portion km 96/8-99/6 with NH 45C) Madurai – Thirupuvanam – Poovanthi – Sivagangai – Kalaiyarkoil – Thiruvadanai – Thondi The highway starting from Mangalore connecting Beltangadi, Mudigare, Belur, Huliyar, Sira, Madhugiri, Chinthamani in Karnataka, Venktagiri Kota in Andhra Pradesh, Pernampet, Gudiyattam, Katpadi, Vellore, Pushpagiri, Polur and terminating at Tiruvannamalai – Villupuram in Tamil Nadu Chennai Bypass Phase I connecting NH-45 & NH-4 Chennai Bypass Phase II connecting NH-4 & NH-5

TOTAL LENGTH OF NH IN TAMIL NADU

19.000

19.000

150.000

150.000

267.800

267.800

93.400

84.000

19.000

177.400 19.000

58.100

58.100

126.000

126.000

65.900

65.900

135.400

135.400

92.970

92.970

202.400

202.400

19.000

1389.030 (or) 1389 Km

19.000

13.200

13.200

3473.560 (or) 3474 Km

4862.590 (or) 4863 Km

LIST OF NATIONAL HIGHWAYS UNDER THE CONTROL OF NATIONAL HIGHWAYS AUTHORITY OF INDIA Sl. No.

NH No.

1

4

2

5

3

7

4

7A

5

45

6

45B

7

45C

8

46

9

47

10

66

11

67

12

67 Extn

13

68

14

205

15 16

210 220

17

226

18

227

From

To

Km

Km

Chennai- TN/AP Border.

13.80

106.40

92.60

Chennai- TN/AP Border

11.00

52.80

41.80

TN/KNT Border to Madurai Madurai to Kanyakumari Palayamkottai-Tuticorin

33.02 0.00 0.00

426.60 233.60 47.20

393.58 233.60 47.20

Chennai-Trichy-Dindigul

0.00

421.65

421.65

Dindigul-Theni Trichy- Madurai-Tuticorin

0.00 0.00

70.65 264.00

70.65 264.00

Vikravandi -KumbakonamThanjavur

0.00

159.00

159.00

0.00

145.00

145.00

0.00

182.00

599.00

655.00

3.52

214.20

210.68

0.00

332.60

332.60

332.60

504.40

171.80

0.00

134.20

134.20

DESCRIPTION

Krishnagiri-VaniyambadiRanipet Salem-Coimbatore-Cochin Kerala/TN Border Kanyakumari Pondicherry/TN borderTindivanam-Krishnagiri Nagapattinam- Trichy-KarurCoimbatore Coimbatore-Mettupalayamooty-Gudaloor-TN/ KNT Border Salem-Ulundurpet TN/AP border-ReniguntaThiruthani-Chennai Trichy- Ramanathapuram Dindigul- TN/Kerala border

With NHAI

238.00

0.00

81.50

81.50

10.00 215.50

94.00 273.60

84.00 58.10

Thanjavur – Pudukkotai – Sivaganga – Manamadurai

18.00

144.00

126.00

Tiruchirapalli – Lalgudi Chidambaram

0.00

135.40

135.40

19

Chennai Bypass phase I connecting NH-4 & 45

0.00

19.00

19.00

20

Chennai Bypass phase II connecting NH-4 & 5

0.00

13.20

13.20 3473.56

TOTAL

3474km

njÁa beLŠrhiyfëš ifél¥g£l gFÂfŸ rhiy v©

rhiyæ‹ bga®.

nfh£l¤Â‹ bga®

Mu«g »Û

Ús« »Û KoÎ »Û

bkh¤j« »Û

SHU3

br‹id - Á¤ö® - bg§fq® rhiy (ifél¥g£l nj.be4-‹ gFÂ) (óªjkšè efu gFÂ)

ÂUtŸq®

17.900

22.600

4.700

SHU3

br‹id - Á¤ö® - bg§fq® rhiy (ÂU¥bgU«gö® efu všiy)

br§fšg£L

39.39

41.74

2.35

SHU3

br‹id - Á¤ö® - bg§fq® rhiy (ghÿ¢br£o rhiy) »Û. 79/2š ÃçªJ Û©L« »Û. 81/8š ÏizÍ« ghY br£orhiy

br§fšg£L

0.00

1.490

1.49

SHU3

br‹id - Á¤ö® - bg§fq® rhiy (ifél¥g£l nj.be4-‹ gFÂ)(jhkš)

br§fšg£L

82.60

84.40

1.80

SHU4

mut¡F¿¢Á òwtê¢rhiy

f%®

330/0

331/6

1.600

SHU5

gthå-Fkhughisa« rhiy


1.800

2.400

0.600

SHU6

br‹id - ÂU¢Á - ©L¡fš rhiy (ifél¥g£l nj.be45-‹ gFÂ) (br§fšg£L efu všiy)

br§fšg£L

54.40

61.60

7.20

SHU7

br‹id - ÂU¢Á - ©L¡fš rhiy (ifél¥g£l nj.be45-‹ gFÂ) (kJuhªjf« efu všiy)

br§fšg£L

80.40

82.20

1.80

SHU8

br‹id - ÂU¢Á - ©L¡fš rhiy (ifél¥g£l nj.be45-‹ gFÂ) (nkškUt¤ö® rhiy)

br§fšg£L

91.65

92.55

0.90

ÂU¢Á

311.400 313.200

314.000 322.000

11.400

©L¡fš

395.925 403.400 417.250

396.435 405.075 421.420

6.355

0/0

1/400

1.40

SHU9

SHU10

br‹id - ÂU¢Á - ©L¡fš rhiy (ifél¥g£l nj.be45-‹ gFÂ) (ÂUtu§f«, ÂU¢Á òwtê¢ rhiy) br‹id - ÂU¢Á - ©L¡fš rhiy (ifél¥g£l nj.be.v© 45) (mŒaÿ®, tlkJiu, ©Lfš)

SHU11

Áªjhkâ òwtê¢rhiy

ÂU¢Á

SHU13

fby¡l® g§fsh mothu« rhiy

nry«

10.200

11.000

0.800

135/800 136/600

136/400 138/400

2.400

SHU14

jUkòç khãy beLŠrhiy

SHU15

í.v‹.o. rhiy (br§F‹w« rªÂ¥ò rhiy) í.v‹.o. rhiy (fhunzhil)

ÂUtŸq®

16.800 22.600

18.800 25.700

5.100

SHU17

F«äoó©o iggh° rhiy (giHa í.v‹.o. rhiy)

ÂUtŸq®

42.000

46.600

4.600

SHU18

m°j«g£o brç rhiy

nry«

0.000

2.390

2.390

»UZz»ç

39/4

41/6

2.200

114/930 0.000

118/310 0.400

3.380 0.400

SHU19 SHU20 SHU21

thuzhÁ - f‹åahFkç rhiy (ifél¥g£l nj.be7-‹ gFÂ) XN® ef® gF fhçk§fy« khãy beLŠrhiy fU¥ó® ÃçÎ rhiy

jUkòç

jUkòç nry«

njÁa beLŠrhiyfëš ifél¥g£l gFÂfŸ rhiy v© SHU22 SHU23

SHU24

SHU25

rhiyæ‹ bga®. bfhkhu ghisa« -gthå rhiy (Abonded-NH-7) »UZz»ç-Ïuhâ¥ng£il rhiy (ifél¥g£l nj.be.v© 46) »UZz»ç-Ïuhâ¥ng£il rhiy (ifél¥g£l nj.be.v© 46) kJiu-jDZnfho rhiy

nfh£l¤Â‹ bga®

Mu«g »Û

Ús« »Û KoÎ »Û

bkh¤j« »Û

0.000

3.460

3.460

0/0

1/253

1.253

ntYh®

115/0 130/6 133/10 142/8

120/4 131/6 141/10 144/4

16.00

Átf§if

45.600

47.200

1.600

92.800 94.590 123.000

9.220

ehk¡fš »UZz»ç

SHU26

kJiu-f‹åahFkç rhiy (NH 7)

ö¤J¡Fo

88.270 92.900 120.000

SHU27

kJiu - f‹åahFkç rhiy (eh§Fneç ef® gFÂ) (ifél¥g£l nj.be.v© 7)

ÂUbešntè

181.000

183.600

2.600

SHU28

kJiu - f‹åahFkç rhiy (gzFo ef® gFÂ) (ifél¥g£l nj.be.v© 7)

ÂUbešntè

203.400

206.000

2.600

SHU29

kJiu - f‹åahFkç rhiy (gHñ® »uhk¥gFÂ) (ifél¥g£l nj.be.v© 7)

ÂUbešntè

218.040

219.175

1.135

SHU30

kJiu - f‹åahFkç rhiy (jsgÂrK¤Âu« ef® gFÂ) (ifél¥g£l nj.be.v© 7)

ÂUbešntè

187.800

189.400

1.600

SHU31

kJiu - f‹åahFkç rhiy (f§ifbfh©lh‹ ef® gFÂ) (ifél¥g£l nj.be.v© 7)

ÂUbešntè

130.800

132.800

2.000

éUJef®

69.700

72.600

2.900

éUJef®

42.687

46.860

4.173

éUJef®

43.800

51.600

7.800

SHU32

SHU33

SHU36

kJiu - f‹åahFkç rhiy (rh¤ö® efuh£Á všiy¡FŸ) (ifél¥g£l nj.be.v© 7) kJiu - f‹åahFkç rhiy (éUJef® efuh£Á všiy¡FŸ) (ifél¥g£l nj.be.v© 7) kJiu - ö¤J¡Fo rhiy (mU¥ò¡ nfh£il efuh£Á všiy¡FŸ)

SHU37

nk£^® ÃçÎ rhiy

nry«

0.000

0.105

0.105

SHU41

thuzhÁ - f‹åahFkç rhiy (ifél¥g£l nj.be7-‹ njh£l¡F¿¢Á, f%® gFÂ)

f%®

281/296 292/8

288/310 301/250

15.464

©L¡fš

405.600

409.075

3.475

éG¥òu«

146/640

148/0

1.360

22.600

24.000

1.400

SHU42

SHU43 SHU45

thuzhÁ - f‹åahFkç rhiy (ifél¥g£l nj.be7-‹ Mthu«g£o gFÂ) br‹id - ÂU¢Á - ©L¡fš rhiy (ifél¥g£l nj.be45-‹ é¡»uth©o gFÂ) giHa nry« - bfh¢Á‹ rhiy

nry«

njÁa beLŠrhiyfëš ifél¥g£l gFÂfŸ rhiy v© SHU46

SHU47 SHU48

SHU50

SHU51

SHU52 SHU53 SHU54

rhiyæ‹ bga®. ghisa§nfh£il-ö¤J¡Fo rhiy (ifél¥g£l nj.be. 7A‹ k§fs»ç gFÂ) bg©izahW ghy mQF rhiy bgçah® ãidΤö© nfâ¡fiu rhiy nry« - bfh¢Á‹ f‹åahFkç rhiy (ifél¥g£l nj.be.47-š gh®tÂòu« gFÂ) nry« - bfh¢Á‹ f‹åahFkç rhiy (ifél¥g£l nj.be.47-š ehf®nfhæš gFÂ) nry« - bfh¢Á‹ f‹åahFkç rhiy (ifél¥g£l nj.be.v© 47) nry« rªÂ¥ò Kjš nry« òÂa òwtê¢rhiy nry« òÂa òwtê¢rhiy

nfh£l¤Â‹ bga®

ö¤J¡Fo

fŸs¡F¿¢Á Ïuhkehjòu«

Mu«g »Û

Ús« »Û KoÎ »Û

bkh¤j« »Û

37.14

39.315

2.175

0/0

1/6

1.600

111.800

113.000

1.200

ehf®nfhéš

630.000

630.960

0.960

ehf®nfhéš

634.900

636.870

1.970

nfhit

141.600 161.200

157.600 171.200

26.000

nry«

5.200

5.600

0.400

nry«

0.000

5.000

5.000

5.600 52.000

3.650

SHU55

nry« - cSªö®ng£il rhiy

nry«

3.600 50.350

SHU56

©L¡fš e¤j« Á§f«òzç ÂU¥g¤Jh® njtnfh£il u°jh rhiy ».Û.2/4š cŸs uæšnt nk«ghy¤Â‹ r®Å° rhiy.

©L¡fš

1.725 2.210

2.150 2.360

0.575

SHU57

Ns»ç khãy¢rhiy

»UZz»ç

SHU59

jh{ òwtê¢ rhiy

62/130

63/230

1.100

jhuhòu«

0.000

0.600

0.600

SHU62

bj‹fhÁ - ÂUk§fy« rhiy (mHfhòç »uhk všiy¡FŸ)

éUJef®

0.000

0.230

0.230

SHU63

bj‹fhÁ - ÂUk§fy« rhiy (ÂUéšèò¤Jh® efuh£Á všiy¡FŸ)

éUJef®

80.000

81.800

1.800

SHU64

ÂU¢Á - nry« rhiy

nry«

0.000

3.200

3.200

SHU65

bjh¥ó® - nk£^® rhiy

nry«

0.000

0.250

0.250

SHU66

bjh¥ó® khãy beLŠrhiy

jUkòç

162/80

163/80

1.000

SHU70

thyh§Fs« òwtê¢ rhiy

nfhit

0.000

3.200

3.200

SHU71

thuzhÁ - f‹åahFkç rhiy (ifél¥g£l nj.be7-‹ gFÂ) thuzhÁ - f‹åahFkç rhiy (ifél¥g£l nj.be7-‹ gFÂ) r§»è v© 1000 - 2000 thuzhÁ - f‹åahFkç rhiy (ifél¥g£l nj.be7-‹ gFÂ) thuzhÁ - f‹åahFkç rhiy (ifél¥g£l nj.be7-‹ gFÂ) nfhit-©L¡fš rhiy kJiu - jDZnfho rhiy

»UZz»ç

89/38

93/6

4.220

nry«

163.800

164.890

1.090

kJiu

436.20

445.60

9.40

©L¡fš

374.500

380.375

5.875

©L¡fš Ïuhkehjòu«

158.635 58.500

161.000 59.800

2.365 1.300

SHU72 SHU73 SHU73 SHU74 SHU75

njÁa beLŠrhiyfëš ifél¥g£l gFÂfŸ rhiy v© SHU77

SHU78 SHU80 SHU82 SHU84 SHU86 SHU87 SHU88 SHU89

SHU89

SHU89

SHU90

SHU91 SHU92 SHU93

SHU94

SHU95 SHU96 SHU97

rhiyæ‹ bga®. nry« - bfh¢Á‹ f‹åahFkç rhiy (nj,be 47 efu¥gF ifél¥g£lJ) nry« - bfh¢Á‹ f‹åahFkç rhiy (NH 47 Ïš ifél¥g£l gFÂ) thuzhÁ - f‹åahFkç rhiy (ifél¥g£l nj.be7-‹ gFÂ) giHa ghyh® rhiy thuzhÁ - f‹åahFkç rhiy (ifél¥g£l nj.be7-‹ gFÂ) (guk¤Â efu«) bgça nk‰f¤Âa rhiy bgça tl¡f¤Âa rhiy bgça bj‰f¤Âa rhiy ehf¥g£od« - Tlÿ® - ikN® rhiy (njbe 67 Ïš ifél¥g£l gFÂ) ehf¥g£od« - Tlÿ® - ikN® rhiy (njbe 67 Ïš ifél¥g£l gFÂ) ehf¥g£od« - Tlÿ® - ikN® rhiy (njbe 67 Ïš ifél¥g£l gFÂ) (ÂUth%® efuk‹w gFÂ) ©L¡fš - t¤jy¡F©L bgçaFs« - njå - f«g« FKë rhiy br‹id - ÂU¤jâ nuâF©lh rhiy (SH 1) br‹id - ÂU¤jâ – nuâ F©lh rhiy ä°Á§ 觡 ö¤J¡Fo-bfhšy« rhiy kJiu - f‹åahFkç rhiy (ÂUbešntè ef®¥ gFÂ) (ifél¥g£l nj.be.v© 7) kJiu - f‹åahFkç rhiy (tŸëô® ef® gFÂ) (ifél¥g£l nj.be.v© 7) ghisa§nfh£il - ö¤J¡Fo rhiy (ÂUbešntè ef®¥ gFÂ) (ifél¥g£l nj.be.v© 7A) kJiu - ö¤J¡Fo rhiy (gªjšFo efu všif¡FŸ) kJiu - ö¤J¡Fo rhiy (fhçagh£o efu všif¡FŸ)

SHU98

kJiu - ö¤J¡Fo rhiy (fšF¿¢Á efu všif¡FŸ)

SHU99

nry« - bfh¢Á‹ f‹åahFkç rhiy (njbe 47 Fê¤Jiw jhäuguâ MW giHa ghy« k‰W« mQF¢ rhiyfŸ ifél¥g£l gFÂfŸ)

Ús« »Û KoÎ »Û

nfh£l¤Â‹ bga®

Mu«g »Û

ehf®nfhéš

639.335

640.135

0.800

nry«

0.000

1.600

1.600

nry«

199.450

207.590

8.140

ntYh®

0/0

2/0

2.00

ehk¡fš

270.650

273.250

2.600

0.00

13.80

13.80

0.80

11.50

10.70

0.00

28.00

28.00

ÂU¢Á

135/8 140/8

138/0 142/0

3.40

jŠrhñ®

76.775 80.485

78.075 89.275

10.090

ÂUth%®

22.430

24.67

2.240

©L¡fš

0.620

2.760

2.140

ÂUtŸq®

43.800 83.400 0.000

47.200 85.200 0.350

5.550

ö¤J¡Fo

0.0

6.40

6.40

ÂUbešntè

142.800

160.000

17.200

ÂUbešntè

192.445

198.120

5.675

ÂUbešntè

0.000

4.000

4.000

éUJef®

61.200

66.200

5.000

éUJef®

27.600

31.600

4.000

éUJef®

36.200

39.200

3.000

ehf®nfhéš

603.760

604.600

0.840

br‹id khefu¢rhiy br‹id khefu¢rhiy br‹id khefu¢rhiy

bkh¤j« »Û

njÁa beLŠrhiyfëš ifél¥g£l gFÂfŸ rhiy v© SHU100

SHU101

SHU102

SHU103

SHU104

SHU105

SHU106

SHU107

SHU108

SHU109

SHU110

SHU111

SHU112

SHU113

SHU114

rhiyæ‹ bga®. thuzhÁ - f‹åahFkç rhiy (ifél¥g£l nj.be7-‹ gFÂ) (kJiu - ©L¡fš gFÂ) thuzhÁ - f‹åahFkç rhiy (ifél¥g£l nj.be7-‹ gFÂ) (kJiu - ÂUk§fy« gFÂ) thuzhÁ - f‹åahFkç rhiy (ifél¥g£l nj.be7-‹ gFÂ) (tho¥g£o efu všiy) ÂU¢Á - éuhèkiy - nkÿ® kJiu - mU¥ò¡nfh£il ö¤J¡Fo rhiy (njbe45B Ïš ifél¥g£l gFÂ) (kJiu efu všiy) ÂU¢Á - éuhèkiy - nkÿ® kJiu - mU¥ò¡nfh£il ö¤J¡Fo rhiy (njbe45B Ïš ifél¥g£l gFÂ) (nkYh® efu všiy) thuzhÁ - f‹åahFkç rhiy (ifél¥g£l nj.be7-‹ gFÂ) (ÂUk§fy« efu všiy) ÂU¢Á - éuhèkiy - nkÿ® kJiu - mU¥ò¡nfh£il ö¤J¡Fo rhiy (njbe45B Ïš ifél¥g£l gFÂ) (bfh£lh«g£o efu všiy) kJiu - bfh¢Á‹ rhiy (ifél¥g£l nj.be.49 Ú£Á) (kJiu efu všiy ) ©L¡fš - nfhaK¤Jh® «k« bg§fq® rhiy (ifél¥g£l nj. be 209) gHå kJiu - jDZnfho rhiy (NH 49 Ïš ifél¥g£l gFÂ) nry« - bfh¢Á‹ f‹åahFkç rhiy (NH 47 Ïš ifél¥g£l gFÂ) Á¤njhL nry« - bfh¢Á‹ f‹åahFkç rhiy (NH 47 Ïš ifél¥g£l gFÂ) bgUªJiw efurhiy nry« - bfh¢Á‹ f‹åahFkç rhiy (NH 47 Ïš ifél¥g£l gFÂ) eÁa}® efu rhiy nry« - bfh¢Á‹ f‹åahFkç rhiy (NH 47 Ïš ifél¥g£l gFÂ) é#ak§fy« efu« é#ak§fy« efu Ïiz¥ò rhiy

nfh£l¤Â‹ bga®

Mu«g »Û

Ús« »Û KoÎ »Û

bkh¤j« »Û

kJiu

426.750

440.80

14.05

kJiu

0.000

9.00

9.00

kJiu

410.15

415.65

6.50

kJiu

116.00

121.00

5.00

kJiu

96.00

101.00

5.00

kJiu

15.20

19.20

4.00

kJiu

75.15

78.15

3.00

kJiu

2.80

5.20

2.40

52.490

57.450

4.960

74.000

74.200

0.200

nfhÃ

59.80

64.00

4.20


0.000

7.100

7.100


0.000

2.400

2.400


0.00

2.20

2.20


0.000

0.420

0.420

©L¡fš

Ïuhkehjòu«

njÁa beLŠrhiyfëš ifél¥g£l gFÂfŸ Ús« »Û KoÎ »Û

rhiy v©

rhiyæ‹ bga®.

nfh£l¤Â‹ bga®

SHU115

ehf¥g£od« - Tlÿ® - ikN® rhiy (NH 67 Ïš ifél¥g£l gFÂ) f%® efu všiy

f%®

208/530 217/4

214/8 219/050

7.920

SHU116

ehf¥g£od« - Tlÿ® - ikN® rhiy (NH 67 Ïš ifél¥g£l gFÂ) »UZzuhaòu«

f%®

183/117

185/562

2.445

nry«

31.850

41.600

9.750

nry«

186.600

188.850

2.250

nry«

216.050

217.530

1.480

nry«

1.670

5.060

3.390

ehk¡fš

249.050

259.200

10.150

ehk¡fš

275.294

278.420

3.126

ehk¡fš

234.845

236.135

1.290

ehk¡fš

242.600

244.125

1.525

ehk¡fš

217.530

218.030

0.500

ehk¡fš

45.600

46.700

1.100

»UZz»ç

13/4

17/6

4.200

»UZz»ç

101/150

105/980

4.83

jUkòç

132/300

148/150

15.850

jUkòç

122/0

123/530

1.530

jUkòç

125/4

126/500

1.100

SHU117

SHU118

SHU119

SHU120

SHU121

SHU122

SHU123

SHU124

SHU125

SHU126

SHU127

SHU128

SHU129

SHU130

SHU131

nry« - bfh¢Á‹ f‹åahFkç rhiy (NH 47 Ïš ifél¥g£l gFÂ) r§f»ç thuzhÁ - f‹åahFkç rhiy (ifél¥g£l nj.be7-‹ gFÂ) Xkÿ® thuzhÁ - f‹åahFkç rhiy (ifél¥g£l nj.be7-‹ gFÂ) kšÿ® »uhk« nry« - bfh¢Á‹ f‹åahFkç rhiy (NH 47 Ïš ifél¥g£l gFÂ) bfh©lyh«g£o »uhk« thuzhÁ - f‹åahFkç rhiy (ifél¥g£l nj.be7-‹ gFÂ) (ehk¡fš efu«) thuzhÁ - f‹åahFkç rhiy (ifél¥g£l nj.be7-‹ gFÂ) (ntÿ® efu«) thuzhÁ - f‹åahFkç rhiy (ifél¥g£l nj.be7-‹ gFÂ) (òJ¢r¤Âu« gFÂ) thuzhÁ - f‹åahFkç rhiy (ifél¥g£l nj.be7-‹ gFÂ) (bršy¥g«g£o gFÂ) thuzhÁ - f‹åahFkç rhiy (ifél¥g£l nj.be7-‹ gFÂ) (kšÿ® efu«) nry« - bfh¢Á‹ f‹åahFkç rhiy (NH 46 Ïš ifél¥g£l gFÂ) gilÅL »UZz»ç uhâ¥ng£il rhiy (NH 46 Ïš ifél¥g£l gFÂ) g®T® efu gF thuzhÁ - f‹åahFkç rhiy (ifél¥g£l nj.be7-‹ gFÂ) fhntç¥g£oz« thuzhÁ - f‹åahFkç rhiy (ifél¥g£l nj.be7-‹ gFÂ) jUkòç efu všiy thuzhÁ - f‹åahFkç rhiy (ifél¥g£l nj.be7-‹ gFÂ) (bgçah«g£o) thuzhÁ - f‹åahFkç rhiy (ifél¥g£l nj.be7-‹ gFÂ) (kh£yh«g£o)

Mu«g »Û

bkh¤j« »Û

njÁa beLŠrhiyfëš ifél¥g£l gFÂfŸ Ús« »Û KoÎ »Û

rhiy v©

rhiyæ‹ bga®.

nfh£l¤Â‹ bga®

SHU132

br‹id - ÂU¢Á - ©L¡fš rhiy (ifél¥g£l nj.be45-‹ gFÂ) ÂU¢Á ef®òw rhiy

ÂU¢Á

0/0

4/4

4.400

ÂU¢Á

0/0

3/2

3.200

ÂU¢Á

306/0

307/150

1.150

òJ¡nfh£il

24/0

27/563

3.563

ehf¥g£od«

127.400 129.100

128.30 134.00

5.8

éG¥òu«

121/085

125/085

4.000

éG¥òu«

157/350

164/450

7.100

flYh®

0.000 0.635

0.525 1.185

1.075

flYh®

0.000

0.400

0.400

76/700

77/900

1.20

48.80

50.90

2.10

ntYh®

121/90

123/75

1.85

thâa«gho

34/2 49/4 74/350

36/4 53/2 76/5

8.15

fŸs¡F¿¢Á

0/0

6/2

6.200

0.000

1.007

1.007

SHU133

SHU134

SHU135

SHU136

SHU137

SHU138

SHU139

SHU140

SHU141 SHU142

ÂU¢Á - éuhèkiy - nkÿ® kJiu - mU¥ò¡nfh£il ö¤J¡Fo rhiy (njbe45 B Ïš ifél¥g£l gFÂ) (Jtu§F¿¢Á ef®òw rhiy) br‹id - ÂU¢Á - ©L¡fš rhiy (ifél¥g£l nj.be45-‹ gFÂ) (rkaòu«) ÂU¢Á - éuhèkiy - nkÿ® kJiu - mU¥ò¡nfh£il ö¤J¡Fo rhiy (njbe45B Ïš ifél¥g£l gFÂ) (éuhèkiy efu gFÂ) éG¥òu« - òJ¢nrç - flÿ® ehf¥g£od« rhiy (ifél¥g£l njbe 45A) (Ó®fhê efu všiy) br‹id - ÂU¢Á - ©L¡fš rhiy (ifél¥g£l nj.be45-‹ gFÂ) (©otd« efu«) br‹id - ÂU¢Á - ©L¡fš rhiy (ifél¥g£l nj.be45-‹ gFÂ) (éG¥òu« efu«) é¡»uth©o-F«gnfhz«jŠrhñ® rhiy ».Û.28/8š ÃçªJ 29/10š ÏizÍ« g©U£o jhY¡fh mYtyf rhiy nr¤Âahnjh¥ò fil Å rhiy (é¡»uth©o-F«gnfhz«jŠrhñ® rhiy (NH 45C) ».Û.66/6š ÃçtJ) ÂU¢Á - Áj«gu« rhiy (ifél¥g£l gF 227) (cilah®ghisa« gFÂ) br‹id - Á¤ö® - bg§fq® rhiy (R§Fth® r¤Âu«)

SHU143

br‹id Á¤ö® bg§fq® rhiy (ifél¥g£l NH-4 gFÂ) (ÂUty« ef® gFÂ)

SHU144

»UZz»ç uhâ¥ng£il rhiy (NH 46 Ïš ifél¥g£l gFÂ) (eh£wh«gŸë, thâa«gho, M«ó® efu gFÂfŸ)

SHU146

SHU147

giHa njÁa beLŠrhiy 45š ÃçªJtU« cSªö®ng£il efu rhiy flÿ® uæšnt nk«ghy« k‰W« mQF rhiy (r®Å° rhiy 952Û Ú§fyhf)

mçaÿ®. br§fšg£L

flYh®

Mu«g »Û

bkh¤j«

bkh¤j« »Û

551.406

khãy beLŠrhiy¥ g£oaš Ús« »Û

rhiy v©

rhiyæ‹ bga®.

nfh£l¤Â‹ bga®

Road Number

Name of Road-Tml

SH1

Mu«g »Û

KoÎ »Û

bkh¤j« »Û

Division-Tml

L-S

L-E

L-T

br‹id - v©û® Jçj rhiy

ÂUtŸq®

8.000

18.400

10.400

SH1A

kzè v©bzŒ R¤Âfç¥ò rhiy

ÂUtŸq®

0.000

5.700

5.700

SH2

cŸt£l¢ rhiy

SH3 SH4 SH4 SH4

SH4A

SH4A

SH5 SH5 SH5 SH6 SH6 SH6A SH6A SH6B SH7 SH7

br‹id 0.00 25.20 25.200 khefu¢rhiy br‹id - ÂUtŸq® - ÂU¤jâ - nuâF©lh rhiy 0/0 - 82/1 (82.10 ».Û Ús Ï¢rhiy¥ gF 01.06.1999-š njÁa beLŠrhiyahf (nj.be.v© 205) tif ca®¤j¥g£LŸsJ.)

M‰fhL éG¥òu« rhiy

ntYh®

M‰fhL éG¥òu« rhiy

ÂUt©zh kiy

M‰fhL-éG¥òu« rhiy rhâ¥ó©o Ñœbg©z¤ö® mtÿ®ng£il nr¤g£L rhiy rhâ¥ó©o Ñœbg©z¤ö® mtÿ®ng£il nr¤g£L rhiy M‰fhL-©otd« rhiy M‰fhL-©otd« rhiy M‰fhL-©otd« rhiy fŸs¡F¿¢Á ÂUt©zhkiy rhiy fŸs¡F¿¢Á ÂUt©zhkiy rhiy ÂUt©zhkiy - m%® (tê) jhå¥gho rhiy ÂUt©zhkiy - m%® (tê) jhå¥gho rhiy j©luh«g£L bfh£lFs« rhiy éG¥òu« - kh«gH¥g£L - ÂU¡nfhæÿ® rhiy éG¥òu« - kh«gH¥g£L - ÂU¡nfhæÿ® rhiy

0/0

18/0

18.000

18.0

53.9

35.900

53/9 79/181 113/2

77/8 110/2 114/6

56.319

ÂUt©zh kiy

0.0 40.3

21.0 42.4

23.100

éG¥òu«

21/0

40/3

19.300

ntYh®

0/0

21/6

21.600

ÂUt©zh kiy

21.6

82.0

60.400

éG¥òu«

82/0

94/6

12.600

fŸs¡F¿¢Á

0/0

41/3

41.300

ÂUt©zh kiy ÂUt©zh kiy

41.3

63.6

22.300

0.0

40.0

40.000

jUkòç

40/0

75/4

35.400

0.0

18.2

18.200

éG¥òu«

40/7

56/6

15.900

fŸs¡F¿¢Á

56/6

75/8

19.200

129.40 136.370 148.925 159.20 38.20

éG¥òu«

ÂUt©zh kiy

SH8

é¡uth©o F«gnfhz« - jŠrhñ® rhiy

SH9

flÿ® - Á¤ö® rhiy

flYh®

121.80 133.80 148.30 158.60 0.00

SH9

flÿ® - Á¤ö® rhiy

fŸs¡F¿¢Á

38.20

84.70

SH9

flÿ® - Á¤ö® rhiy

SH9

flÿ® - Á¤ö® rhiy

ÂUt©zh kiy ntYh®

84.70 138.80 196/0

114.00 143.60 203/0

jŠrhñ®

11.395 38.200 46.500 34.100 7.000

khãy beLŠrhiy¥ g£oaš rhiy v© Road Number

Ús« »Û rhiyæ‹ bga®. Name of Road-Tml

SH9A

ÂUt©zhkiy ÂahfJUf« rhiy

SH9A

ÂUt©zhkiy ÂahfJUf« rhiy flÿ® - éU¤jhry« nry« rhiy flÿ® - éU¤jhry« nry« rhiy

SH10 SH10

nfh£l¤Â‹ bga® Division-Tml

Mu«g »Û

KoÎ »Û

bkh¤j« »Û

L-S

L-E

L-T

ÂUt©zh kiy

0.0

19.2

19.200

fŸs¡F¿¢Á

19/2

51/040

31.840

flYh®

0.000

93.200

93.200

fŸs¡F¿¢Á

93/2

111/152

17.952

SH11

fŸë¡nfh£il ãy«ó® - Tlÿ® rhiy

cjfk©ly«

103.60

109.80

6.200

SH12

fŸë¡nfh£il it¤Âç Tlÿ® rhiy

cjfk©ly«

96.40

134.40

38.000

nfhit - ©L¡fš rhiy ».Û 0/0 - 158/0 (158 ».Û Ús Ï¢rhiy¥ gF 01.06.1999-š njÁa beLŠrhiyahf (nj.be.v© 209) tif ca®¤j¥g£LŸsJ.) nfhit - r¤Âak§fy« - Vrh}® rhiy ».Û 0/0 - 106/0 (106 ».Û Ús Ï¢rhiy¥ gF 01.06.1999-š njÁa beLŠrhiyahf (nj.be.v© 209) tif ca®¤j¥g£LŸsJ.)

SH13

SH14

SH15

SH15

SH15

SH15

SH15A

SH15A

C£o - nfh¤j»ç nk£L¥ghisa« - r¤Â nfhà -
SH17 SH17A SH17B SH18 SH18

43.00

43.000

nfhit

43.000 58.200

57.600 82.000

38.400

nfhÃ

82.00 101.60

100.80 153.40

70.600


153.400

161.626

8.226

ÂU¥ó®

0.00

12.80

12.800

nfhÃ

12.80 25.80

25.20 30.20

16.800

»UZz»ç - tuj«gŸë - F¥g« rhiy ».Û 0/0-19/0 (19 ».Û Ús Ï¢rhiy¥ gF 12.10.2000-š njÁa beLŠrhiyahf (nj.be.v© 219) tif ca®¤j¥g£LŸsJ.)

SH16 SH17

0.00

cjf k©ly«

khÿ®-XN®mÂakh‹nfh£il rhiy khÿ®-XN®mÂakh‹nfh£il rhiy XN® nj‹få¡nfh£il rhiy xN® - nj‹få¡ nfh£il (tê) jë rhiy nry« - ÂU¥g¤ö® thâa«gho rhiy nry« - ÂU¥g¤ö® thâa«gho rhiy

0.000 16.000

4.500 56.000

44.500

jUkòç

56/0

103/2

47.200

»UZz»ç

0/0

25/6

25.600

»UZz»ç

0/0

42/2

42.200

0.000

16.160

16.160

16/160

69/0

52.840

»UZz»ç

nry« jUkòç

khãy beLŠrhiy¥ g£oaš Ús« »Û

rhiy v©

rhiyæ‹ bga®.

nfh£l¤Â‹ bga®

Road Number

Name of Road-Tml

Division-Tml

SH18

nry« - ÂU¥g¤ö® thâa«gho rhiy

»UZz»ç

69/0

93/6

24.600

SH18

nry« - ÂU¥g¤ö® thâa«gho rhiy ÂU¥g¤ö® Á§fhung£il rhiy méehÁ - ÂU¥ó® gšyl« - bghŸsh¢Á bfh¢Á‹ (tê) Û‹fiu rhiy méehÁ - ÂU¥ó® gšyl« - bghŸsh¢Á bfh¢Á‹ (tê) Û‹fiu rhiy

thâa«gho

93/6

125/0

31.400

thâa«gho

0/0

16/4

16.400

ÂU¥ó®

0.00

40.00

40.000

bghŸsh¢Á

40.00

99.60

59.600

ÂU¥ó®

0.000

22.800

22.800


22.800

25.200

2.400

nry«

0.000

49.800

49.800


49.800

93.984

44.184

SH18A

SH19

SH19

SH19A

ÂU¥ó® - é#ak§fy« rhiy

SH19A

ÂU¥ó® - é#ak§fy« rhiy bjh¥ó® - nk£^® gthå -
SH20 SH20

bjh¥ó® - nk£^® gthå -
SH21

bghŸsh¢Á - jhuhòu« f%® rhiy bghŸsh¢Á - jhuhòu« f%® rhiy bghŸsh¢Á - jhuhòu« f%® rhiy fšyiz fhntç¥g£oz« rhiy fšyiz fhntç¥g£oz« rhiy kæyhL¤Jiw ÂU¤Jiw¥ó©o rhiy kæyhL¤Jiw ÂU¤Jiw¥ó©o rhiy

SH21 SH21 SH22 SH22 SH23 SH23 SH24 SH25 SH25 SH26

SH26 SH27 SH28

ÂU¢Á-ehk¡fš rhiy ÂU¢Á-ehk¡fš rhiy ÂU¢Á - òJ¡nfh£il mwªjh§» - äÛrš òwtê¢rhiy ÂU¢Á - òJ¡nfh£il mwªjh§» - äÛrš òwtê¢rhiy bgu«gÿ® - khdhkJiu rhiy

Mu«g »Û

KoÎ »Û

bkh¤j« »Û

L-S

L-E

L-T

0.00

10.40

10.400

jhuhòu«

10.400 56.400

52.600 91.750

77.548

f%®

91/750

118/070

26.320

jŠrhñ®

0.00 33.40

33.00 89.60

89.200

ehf¥g£od«

89.6

125.20

35.600

ehf¥g£od«

0.0

10.4

10.400

ÂUth%®

10.4

68.4

58.000

bghŸsh¢Á

ÂU¢Á - Áj«gu« rhiy ».Û 0/0 - 135/4 (135.40 ».Û Ús Ï¢rhiy¥ gF 31.05.2006-š njÁa beLŠrhiyahf (nj.be.v© 227) tif ca®¤j¥g£LŸsJ.) ÂU¢Á 0/0 60/650 60.650 ehk¡fš 60.650 77.400 16.750 ÂU¢Á

òJ¡nfh£il

0/0

1/600

1.600

50/735 84/835

84/145 119/920

68.495

64.85 71.20 11.350 72.20 77.20 ÂUka« - fhiu¡Fo - njt¡nfh£il - njé¥g£od« rhiy ».Û 0/0 - 97/7 (97.70 ».Û Ús Ï¢rhiy¥ gF 06.01.1999-š njÁa beLŠrhiyahf (nj.be.v© 210) tif ca®¤j¥g£LŸsJ.) jŠrhñ®

khãy beLŠrhiy¥ g£oaš rhiy v© Road Number

SH29

SH29

SH29

SH29

SH30 SH30

Ús« »Û rhiyæ‹ bga®.

nfh£l¤Â‹ bga®

Name of Road-Tml

Division-Tml

jŠrhñ® g£L¡nfh£il mwªjh§» - fhiu¡Fo - fšyš fhisah®nfhéš kwtk§fs« Ïisah‹Fo - guk¡Fo - KJFs¤ö® rhašFo rhiy jŠrhñ® g£L¡nfh£il mwªjh§»-fhiu¡Fo fšyš fhisah®nfhéš kwtk§fs« Ïisah‹Fo - guk¡Fo - KJFs¤ö® rhašFo rhiy jŠrhñ® g£L¡nfh£il mwªjh§»-fhiu¡Fo fšyš fhisah®nfhéš kwtk§fs« Ïisah‹Fo - guk¡Fo - KJFs¤ö® rhašFo rhiy jŠrhñ® g£L¡nfh£il mwªjh§»-fhiu¡Fo fšyš-fhisah®nfhéš - kwtk§fs« Ïisah‹Fo - guk¡Fo - KJFs¤ö® rhašFo rhiy KÁ¿ - Jiwô® M¤ö® rhiy KÁ¿ - Jiwô® M¤ö® rhiy

bkh¤j« »Û

L-S

L-E

L-T

0.00

69.20

69.200

òJ¡nfh£il

69/200

115/110

45.910

Átf§if

115.110 130.771 164.556

123.771 164.356 198.550

76.240

Ïuhkehjòu«

198.550

248.224

49.674

ÂU¢Á

0/0

61/0

61.000

nry«

61.000

91.200

30.200

jŠrhñ®

SH32

kJiu - ö¤J¡Fo rhiy

kJiu

SH32

kJiu - ö¤J¡Fo rhiy

ö¤J¡Fo

SH33

kJiu - bjh©o rhiy Ïuhkehjòu« - eædh® nfhéš - m©l¡Fo Ïisah‹Fo Átf§if - nkÿ®rhiy

SH34

KoÎ »Û

f%® - Tlÿ® - ikN® rhiy (287 ».Û Ús Ï¢rhiy¥ gF njÁa beLŠrhiyahf (nj.be.v© 67 extn) tif ca®¤j¥g£LŸsJ.)

SH31

SH34

Mu«g »Û

Ïuhkehjòu« - eædh® nfhéš - m©l¡Fo Ïisah‹Fo Átf§if - nkÿ®rhiy

0.00

11.00

90.800 126.400 127.800 0.00

92.600 127.800 133.200 19.20

19.200

Ïuhkehjòu«

0.000

30.200

30.200

Átf§if

30.200 43.800 76.072

41.800 74.072 89.896

55.696

kJiu

11.000 8.600

khãy beLŠrhiy¥ g£oaš rhiy v© Road Number

SH34

SH34A SH34A

SH35

SH35

SH35

Ús« »Û rhiyæ‹ bga®.

nfh£l¤Â‹ bga®

Name of Road-Tml

Division-Tml

Ïuhkehjòu« - eædh® nfhéš - m©l¡Fo Ïisah‹Fo Átf§if - nkÿ® rhiy c¥ó® - nfh£ilô® rhiy c¥ó® - nfh£ilô® rhiy ©L¡fš - e¤j« Á§f«òzç ÂU¥g¤ö® - fhiu¡Fo rhiy ©L¡fš - e¤j« Á§f«òzç ÂU¥g¤ö® - fhiu¡Fo rhiy ©L¡fš - e¤j« Á§f«òzç ÂU¥g¤ö® - fhiu¡Fo rhiy

Mu«g »Û

KoÎ »Û

bkh¤j« »Û

L-S

L-E

L-T

kJiu

90.80

103.00

12.200

Ïuhkehjòu«

0.000

21.600

21.600

Átf§if

21.600

36.800

15.200

©L¡fš

0.000

45.600

45.600

kJiu

45.600 53.000

51.6057.40

10.400

Átf§if

57.400 82.200 101.80

81.800 97.200 102.40

40.000

©L¡fš - t¤yF©L - bgçaFs« - njå - f«g« - FKë rhiy ».Û 0/0 - 133/5 (133.50 ».Û Ús Ï¢rhiy¥ gF njÁa beLŠrhiyahf (nj.be.v© 45 extn) tif ca®¤j¥g£LŸsJ.)

SH36

SH37

bk£^® - gH¡fhD¤J x£l‹r¤Âu« - jhuhòu« - ÂU¥ó® rhiy

©L¡fš

0.000 37.400

32.000 64.200

58.800

SH37

bk£^® - gH¡fhD¤J x£l‹r¤Âu« - jhuhòu« - ÂU¥ó® rhiy

jhuhòu«

64.200

95.200

31.000

ÂU¥ó®

95.200

126.200

31.000

éUJef®

0.000

32.000

32.000

Ïuhkehjòu«

32.000

79.260

47.260

0.000 2.865

2.000 31.000

30.135

bj‹fhÁ

31.000

57.000

26.000

bj‹fhÁ

0.000

31.200

31.200

0.0

42.6

42.600

SH37

SH38

SH38

SH39

SH39

SH39A

SH40

bk£^®-gH¡fhD¤Jx£l‹r¤Âu«-jhuhòu«ÂU¥ó® rhiy mU¥ò¡nfh£il bgUehê - rhašFo fLFrªij - khçô® thèneh¡f« rhiy mU¥ò¡nfh£il bgUehê - rhašFo fLFrªij - khçô® thèneh¡f« rhiy ÂUbešntè br§nfh£il - bfhšy« rhiy ÂUbešntè br§nfh£il - bfhšy« rhiy br§nfh£il ghñ®r¤Âu« rhiy (tê) Ru©il ÂU¢brªö® ghisa§nfh£il m«ghrK¤Âu« bj‹fhÁ - F‰why« br§nfh£il rhiy

ÂUbeš ntè

ö¤J¡Fo

khãy beLŠrhiy¥ g£oaš rhiy v© Road Number

SH40

SH40

SH41

SH41

SH41 SH41A

SH42

SH42

SH43

SH44

SH44

SH45

SH46

SH47

SH48

Ús« »Û rhiyæ‹ bga®.

nfh£l¤Â‹ bga®

Name of Road-Tml

Division-Tml

ÂU¢brªö® ghisa§nfh£il m«ghrK¤Âu« bj‹fhÁ - F‰why« br§nfh£il rhiy ÂU¢brªö® ghisa§nfh£il m«ghrK¤Âu« bj‹fhÁ - F‰why« br§nfh£il rhiy Ïuh#ghisa« r§fu‹nfhéš ÂUbešntè rhiy Ïuh#ghisa« r§fu‹nfhéš ÂUbešntè rhiy Ïuh#ghisa« r§fu‹nfhéš ÂUbešntè rhiy ÂUbešntè bgh£lšòö® rhiy ÂUéšèò¤Jh® ÁtfhÁ - éUJef® mU¥ò¡nfh£il ÂU¢Rê -eç¡Fogh®¤ÂgDh® rhiy ÂUéšèò¤Jh® ÁtfhÁ - éUJef® mU¥ò¡nfh£il ÂU¢Rê -eç¡Fogh®¤ÂgDh® rhiy bj‹fhÁ - kJiu rhiy gUt¡Fo - nfhéšg£o - v£ilahòu« ésh¤ÂFs« - nt«gh® rhiy gUt¡Fo - nfhéšg£o - v£ilahòu« ésh¤ÂFs« - nt«gh® rhiy MušthŒbkhê beLk§fhL rhiy MušthŒbkhê ehf®nfhéš ÏuhIh¡fk§fy« Fs¢rš rhiy gh®¤Âg}® - fK mU¥ò¡nfh£il rhiy kiwkiy mofsh® ghy« - ÏU«òèô® t©lÿ® - Ko¢N® xufl« - thyh#hgh¤ rhiy

Mu«g »Û

KoÎ »Û

bkh¤j« »Û

L-S

L-E

L-T

ÂUbeš ntè

42.600

115.000

72.400

bj‹fhÁ

115.000

134.200

19.200

éUJef®

0.000

10.400

10.400

bj‹fhÁ

10.400

60.250

49.850

ÂUbeš ntè

60.250

85.730

25.480

ÂUbeš ntè

0.000

36.600

36.600

éUJef®

0.000

102.860

102.860

102.860

109.260

6.400

bj‹fhÁ

0.000

3.600

3.600

bj‹fhÁ

0.000

39.200

39.200

ö¤J¡Fo

39.200

91.850

52.650

ehf®nfhéš

0.00

48.90

48.900

ehf®nfhéš

18.80

28.20

9.400

Ïuhkehjòu«

0.000

41.650

41.650

br‹id khefu¢ rhiy

5.00

21.20

16.200

Ïuhkehjòu«

khãy beLŠrhiy¥ g£oaš rhiy v©

Ús« »Û rhiyæ‹ bga®.

nfh£l¤Â‹ bga®

Road Number

Name of Road-Tml

SH48

kiwkiy mofsh® ghy« - ÏU«òèô® t©lÿ® - Ko¢N® xufl« - thyh#hgh¤ rhiy

Mu«g »Û

KoÎ »Û

bkh¤j« »Û

Division-Tml

L-S

L-E

L-T

br§fšg£L

30.40

63.80

33.400

SH49

ÂUth‹äô® kfhgèòu« - ku¡fhz« - gh©o¢nrç rhiy (»H¡F fl‰fiu¢ rhiy)

br‹id khefu¢ rhiy

0.00

19.20

19.200

SH49

ÂUth‹äô® kfhgèòu« - ku¡fhz« - gh©o¢nrç rhiy (»H¡F fl‰fiu¢ rhiy)

br§fšg£L

19.20

100.20

81.000

SH49

ÂUth‹äô® kfhgèòu« - ku¡fhz« - gh©o¢nrç rhiy (»H¡F fl‰fiu¢ rhiy)

éG¥òu«

100.20

134.20

34.000

br‹id khefu¢ rhiy

13.30

27.20

13.900

br§fšg£L

27.20 57.00

55.60 58.40

29.800

br§fšg£L

0.00

13.20

13.200

ÂUtŸq®

0.000

46.000

46.000

ÂUtŸq®

0.000

28.200

28.200

ÂUtŸq®

0.000

32.290

32.290

ÂUtŸq®

0.000

20.082

20.082

ÂUtŸq®

0.000

12.400

12.400

0/0

5/8

5.800

SH49A

SH49A SH49B SH50 SH50A SH51 SH52

br‹id - khkšyòu« rhiy (tê) ÂU¥ngh%® (uhÉ› fhªÂ rhiy) br‹id - khkšyòu« rhiy (tê) ÂU¥ngh%® (uhÉ› fhªÂ rhiy) ÂU¡fG¡F‹w« khkšyòu« rhiy ÂUkêir C¤J¡nfh£il rhiy bfhu£^® - ‹d}® bgçaghisa« rhiy bfhu¤jiyah® ghy« ò¤ö® rhiy ftu¥ng£il r¤ÂantL rhiy

SH53

efç - gŸë¥g£L rhiy

SH54

Á¤ö® - ÂU¤jâ rhiy

ntYh®

SH54

Á¤ö® - ÂU¤jâ rhiy

ÂUtŸq®

5.800

48.935

43.135

SH55

kΩ£ - óªjkšè Mto rhiy ÂUbth‰¿ô® bgh‹ndç - gŠbr£o rhiy Á§fbgUkhŸ nfhæš ÂU¥bgU«gö® ÂUtŸq® - br§F‹w« rhiy Á§fbgUkhŸ nfhæš ÂU¥bgU«gö® ÂUtŸq® - br§F‹w« rhiy

ÂUtŸq®

0.000 11.400

10.800 20.800

20.200

ÂUtŸq®

0.000

27.800

27.800

br§fšg£L

0.0 25.925

24.60 40.325

39.000

ÂUtŸq®

40.400

77.400

37.000

SH56

SH57

SH57

khãy beLŠrhiy¥ g£oaš rhiy v© Road Number

SH58

SH58

SH58

SH58A SH59

Ús« »Û rhiyæ‹ bga®.

nfh£l¤Â‹ bga®

Name of Road-Tml

rJu§f¥g£od« br§fšg£L - fhŠÁòu« - mu¡nfhz« ÂU¤jâ rhiy rJu§f¥g£od« br§fšg£L - fhŠÁòu« - mu¡nfhz« ÂU¤jâ rhiy rJu§f¥g£od« br§fšg£L - fhŠÁòu« - mu¡nfhz« ÂU¤jâ rhiy fhŠÁòu« - Nu¥g‹ rhiy ÂUty« - fh£gho bt§fl»ç nfh£lhrhiy

Mu«g »Û

KoÎ »Û

bkh¤j« »Û

Division-Tml

L-S

L-E

L-T

br§fšg£L

0.00 28.80

27.20 78.95

77.350

ntYh®

78/950

102/250

23.300

ÂUtŸq®

102.250

107.450

5.200

br§fšg£L

66.80

72.20

5.400

0/0

13/4

13.400

ntYh®

».Û 13/4 - 69/0 = 55.60 ».Û Ús Ï¢rhiyæ‹ gF njÁa beLŠrhiyahf (nj.be.v© 234) tif ca®¤j¥g£LŸsJ.) SH60

SH60 SH60A SH61 SH62 SH63

SH63

SH63

SH64 SH64 SH65 SH65 SH66

xnfd¡fš bg‹dhfu« - jUkòç ÂU¥g¤ö® rhiy xnfd¡fš bg‹dhfu« - jUkòç ÂU¥g¤ö® rhiy jUkòç - m%® (tê) bkhu¥ó® rhiy thyhrh - nrhë§f® mu¡nfhz« rhiy ÂU¢Á - Jiwô® rhiy jŠrhñ® - k‹dh®Fo ÂU¤Jiw¥ó©o ntjhu©a« nfhoa¡fiu rhiy jŠrhñ® - k‹dh®Fo ÂU¤Jiw¥ó©o ntjhu©a« nfhoa¡fiu rhiy jŠrhñ® - k‹dh®Fo ÂU¤Jiw¥ó©o ntjhu©a« nfhoa¡fiu rhiy F«gnfhz«-Ó®fhê rhiy F«gnfhz«-Ó®fhê rhiy ÂUth%® - Flthrš F«gnfhz« rhiy ÂUth%® - Flthrš F«gnfhz« rhiy F«gnfhz«-k‹dh®Fo - mÂuh«g£oz« rhiy

jUkòç

0/0

69/0

69.000

»UZz»ç

69/0

90/750

21.750

thâa« gho

90/750

108/2

17.450

jUkòç

0/0

37/6

37.600

ntYh®

0/0

51/100

51.100

ÂU¢Á

0/0

32/125

32.125

jŠrhñ®

0.00

15.80

15.800

ÂUth%®

15.8

72.0

56.200

ehf¥ g£od«

72.0

106.8

34.800

jŠrhñ®

0.00

17.80

17.800

ehf¥ g£od«

17.8

53.35

35.550

ÂUth%®

0.0

23.6

23.600

jŠrhñ®

23.60

37.20

13.600

0.00 49.80 9.2

9.20 75.20 49.8

jŠrhñ® ÂUth%®

34.600 40.600

khãy beLŠrhiy¥ g£oaš rhiy v© Road Number

SH67 SH67 SH67 SH68 SH68 SH69

SH69

SH69 SH70

SH71

SH71

SH71

SH71

SH71A

Ús« »Û rhiyæ‹ bga®.

nfh£l¤Â‹ bga®

Name of Road-Tml

Division-Tml

ehT® - e‹åy« eh¢Áah®nfhæš rhiy ehT® - e‹åy« eh¢Áah®nfhæš rhiy ehT® - e‹åy« eh¢Áah®nfhæš rhiy flÿ® - ÂU¡nfhéÿ® - r§fuhòu« rhiy flÿ®-ÂU¡nfhéÿ® r§fuhòu« rhiy éU¤jhry« cSªö®ng£il éG¥òu« rhiy éU¤jhry« cSªö®ng£il éG¥òu« rhiy éU¤jhry« cSªö®ng£il éG¥òu« rhiy éU¤jhry« gu§»ng£il rhiy KÁ¿ - Fë¤jiy òJ¡nfh£il - My§Fo - nguhñuâ nrJghthr¤Âu« rhiy KÁ¿ - Fë¤jiy òJ¡nfh£il-My§Fo KÁ¿ - Fë¤jiy òJ¡nfh£il-My§Fo– nguhñuâ nrJghthr¤Âu« rhiy KÁ¿ - Fë¤jiy òJ¡nfh£il-My§Fo - nguhñuâ nrJghthr¤Âu« rhiy kz¥ghiw Jtu§F¿¢Á rhiy

Mu«g »Û

KoÎ »Û

bkh¤j« »Û

L-S

L-E

L-T

ehf¥ g£od«

0.0

24.0

24.000

ÂUth%®

24.0

40.0

16.000

jŠrhñ®

40.00

46.80

6.800

0.00 25.381 33/187 69/547

23.188 33.187 64/597 102/052

flYh®

0.000

16.600

16.600

fŸs¡ F¿¢Á

16/6

50/4

33.800

éG¥òu«

50/6

59/8

9.200

flYh®

0.00 45.00

36.80 50.80

42.600

ÂU¢Á

0/0 34/0 40/340

0/350 39/050 44/6

9.660

f%®

0/350

34/0

33.650

44/6 55/850 101/960

55/8 97/590 137/2

88.180

137.20

156.40

19.200

ÂU¢Á

0/0

28/0

28.000

0.00

20.20

20.200

flYh® fŸs¡F¿¢Á

òJ¡ nfh£il

jŠrhñ®

30.994 63.915

SH72

kJiu - e¤j« rhiy

kJiu

SH72

kJiu - e¤j« rhiy

©L¡fš

20.000

38.485

18.485

SH72A

kJiu - mHf® nfhæš nkYh® rhiy mtåahòu« òwtê¢rhiy ÂUk§fy« - gŸsg£o ÁY¡Fth®g£o rhiy ÂUk§fy« - gŸsg£o ÁY¡Fth®g£o rhiy ÂUk§fy«-cÁy«g£o rhiy ©L¡fš- Fíèa« ghiw-f%® rhiy ©L¡fš - Fíèa« ghiw - f%® rhiy

kJiu

0.000

33.200

33.200

kJiu

0.000

2.400

2.400

kJiu

0.00

34.00

34.000

©L¡fš

34.000

42.130

8.130

kJiu

0.000

26.000

26.000

©L¡fš

0.000

52.800

52.800

f%®

52/8

70/250

17.450

SH72B SH73 SH73 SH73A SH74 SH74

khãy beLŠrhiy¥ g£oaš rhiy v© Road Number

SH75

SH75

SH75

SH75A

SH76

SH76

Ús« »Û rhiyæ‹ bga®.

nfh£l¤Â‹ bga®

Name of Road-Tml

Division-Tml

ghisa§nfh£il FW¡F¢rhiy Fs¤J®-ésh¤ÂFs« ehfyhòu«- gªjšFo mU¥ò¡nfh£il rhiy ghisa§nfh£il FW¡F¢rhiy Fs¤J®-ésh¤ÂFs« ehfyhòu«- gªjšFo mU¥ò¡nfh£il rhiy ghisa§nfh£il FW¡F¢rhiy Fs¤J®-ésh¤ÂFs« ehfyhòu«- gªjšFo mU¥ò¡nfh£il rhiy ÂUbešntè òwtê¢ rhiy. òëa§Fo r§fu‹nfhéš fGFkiy ehyh£o‹òö® rhiy òëa§Fo r§fu‹nfhéš fGFkiy ehyh£o‹òö® rhiy

SH78A SH79

SH79

SH79 SH79A SH79A SH80

SH81 SH81 SH82 SH82

KoÎ »Û

bkh¤j« »Û

L-S

L-E

L-T

ÂUbeš ntè

0.000

16.910

16.910

ö¤J¡Fo

16.910 64.400

63.600 107.780

90.070

éUJef®

107.78 0

109.380

1.600

ÂUbeš ntè

0.000

7.600

7.600

bj‹fhÁ

0.000

33.625

33.625

ö¤J¡Fo

33.625

49.815

16.190

nfhéšg£o - X£l¥Ãlhu« - òJ¡nfh£il - Vuš -K¡fhâ rhiy ».Û 0/0 - 76/850 (76.850 ».Û Ús Ï¢rhiy¥ gF kht£l K¡»a¢ rhiyahf (M1047)tif kh‰w« brŒa¥g£LŸsJ)

SH77 SH78

Mu«g »Û

bghŸsh¢Á - thšghiw rhiy bghŸsh¢Á - ghy¡fhL rhiy kšèa¡fiu - uhÁòu« ÂU¢br§nfhL -
bghŸsh¢Á

0.00

64.00

64.000

bghŸsh¢Á

0.00

15.80

15.800

nry«

0.000

4.800

4.800

ehk¡fš

4.800

94.660

89.860


94.660

98.860

4.200

nry«

0.000

4.200

4.200

ehk¡fš

4.200

15.700

11.500

ÂU¥ó®

0.00

13.00

13.000

nfhit

13.000

38.200

25.200

nfhÃ

0.00

16.80

16.800

ÂU¥ó®

16.80

46.40

29.600

nfhÃ

0.00

28.80

28.800


28.80

52.80

24.000

khãy beLŠrhiy¥ g£oaš rhiy v© Road Number

Ús« »Û rhiyæ‹ bga®.

nfh£l¤Â‹ bga®

Name of Road-Tml

Division-Tml

SH83 SH83

gHå - jhuhòu« rhiy gHå - jhuhòu« rhiy

SH83A

Mu«g »Û

KoÎ »Û

bkh¤j« »Û

L-S

L-E

L-T

©L¡fš jhuhòu«

0.000 17.400

17.400 30.890

17.400 13.490



0.000

30.600

30.600

SH83A


ÂU¥ó®


jhuhòu«

SH84 SH84



30.60 62.600 77.050 0.000 42/8

62.60 74.650 80.200 42.800 61/192

32.000

SH83A


0.000

28.000

28.000

jhuhòu«

28.000

61.600

33.600

0/0

39/8

39.800

nry«

0.000

45.200

45.200

ehk¡fš

45.200

81.000

35.800

ehk¡fš

0.000

23.000

23.000

nry«

23.000

32.800

9.800

jhuhòu«

0.000

32.000

32.000

ÂU¥ó®

32.00

45.20

13.200

thâa« gho

0/0

20/2

20.200

ÂUbeš ntè

0.000

36.034

36.034

ehf® nfhéš

0.00

20.70

20.700

ehf® nfhéš

0.000 17.200

15.800 25.700

24.300

ÂUbeš ntè

0.000

41.660

41.660

0.0

29.895

29.895

ÂUbeš ntè

29.895

60.240

30.345

ehk¡fš

0.000

30.880

30.880

ehk¡fš

0.000

54.000

54.000

SH84A

SH84A SH85 SH86

SH86 SH86A SH86A SH87 SH87 SH88 SH89 SH90 SH91 SH92

SH93

SH93

SH94 SH95


»UZz »ç

ö¤J¡Fo

15.200 42.800 18.392

khãy beLŠrhiy¥ g£oaš rhiy v© Road Number

Ús« »Û rhiyæ‹ bga®.

nfh£l¤Â‹ bga®

Name of Road-Tml

Division-Tml


SH99A

jŠrhñ® - tšy« rhiy

SH100

ghisa« - ngho rhiy njtjhd¥g£o tUrehL rhiy c¤jkghisa« RUë¥g£o rhiy

SH96 SH96 SH97 SH98 SH99

SH99

SH101 SH102

br‹id- gHnt‰fhL rhiy

ÂU¤jâ bghj£^®ng£il gŸë¥g£L rhiy

SH109 SH110

SH111 SH112 SH113 SH113 SH114 SH115

L-S

L-E

L-T


0.000 19.164

18.837 39.000

38.673

ÂU¥ó®

39.00

51.56

12.560

jhuhòu«

0.000

36.348

36.348

cjf k©ly«

0.00

27.40

27.400

jŠrhñ®

0.00 17.20 51.20

15.55 23.20 71.40

41.750

23/200 35/400

35/200 51/200

27.800

jŠrhñ®

0.00

10.60

10.600

njå

0.00

31.80

31.800

njå

0.00

58.00

58.000

njå

0.00

20.00

20.000

òJ¡ nfh£il

ÂUtŸq®

0.000

25.500

25.500

ÂUtŸq®

0.000

27.082

27.082

ÛŠN® - fh£^® - ÂU¥ghiytd« rhiy ».Û 0/0 - 17/2 (17.20 ».Û Ús Ï¢rhiy¥ gF kht£l K¡»a¢ rhiyahf (M1041) tif kh‰w« brŒa¥g£LŸsJ)

SH107

SH108

bkh¤j« »Û

fdf«kh r¤Âu« - j¡nfhy« rhiy ».Û 0/0 - 18/450 (18.450 ».Û Ús Ï¢rhiy¥ gF kht£l K¡»a¢ rhiyahf (M1049) tif kh‰w« brŒa¥g£LŸsJ)

SH105

SH106

KoÎ »Û

ÂUth‹äô® - K£L¡fhL rhiy ».Û 0/0 - 19/2 (19.20 ».Û Ús Ï¢rhiy (kh.be 49-š (ÂUth‹äô® - kfhgèòu« - ku¡fhz« gh©o¢nrç rhiyÍl‹ (»H¡F fl‰fiu¢ rhiy) ) V‰fdnt nr®ªJŸsJ.

SH103

SH104

Mu«g »Û

M®.nf.ng£il gŸë¥g£L rhiy gšyhtu« - Jiu¥gh¡f« rhiy jh«gu« - Ko¢N® $bgU«òö® rhiy khjhtu« - br§F‹w« rhiy ÂUk§fy« - Kf¥ng® rhiy nfhl«gh¡f« ÂU¥bgU«òö® rhiy nfhl«gh¡f« ÂU¥bgU«òö® rhiy br‹id - v©û® rhiy brŒô® - tªjthÁ nghq® rhiy

ÂUtŸq®

0.000

19.600

19.600

br‹id khefu¢ rhiy br‹id khefu¢ rhiy br§fšg£L

0.00

10.62

10.620

0.00

7.50

7.500

7.50

23.50

16.000

ÂUtŸq®

0.000

9.600

9.600

ÂUtŸq®

0.000

2.325

2.325

ÂUtŸq®

0.000

5.000

5.000

br§fšg£L

5.00

28.80

23.800

ÂUtŸq®

8.000

18.400

10.400

br§fšg£L

0.00

34.00

34.000

khãy beLŠrhiy¥ g£oaš rhiy v© Road Number

SH115 SH116 SH116 SH117 SH118 SH118A

Ús« »Û rhiyæ‹ bga®.

SH120 SH121

SH122

SH127

SH128 SH129 SH130 SH130A SH131 SH131

L-E

L-T

34.0

105.0

71.000

br§fšg£L

0.00

5.90

5.900

ÂUt©zhki y

5.9

39.8

33.900

br§fšg£L

0.00

37.60

37.600

br§fšg£L

0.00

31.80

31.800

br§fšg£L

0.00

26.40

26.400

».Û. 11/8 rjuh° Nu¥g‹ rhiyæèUªJ òJ¥g£od« (tê) é£oyhòu« (Ï¢rhiy¥ gF kht£l K¡»a¢ rhiyahf (M1042) tif kh‰w« brŒa¥g£LŸsJ) thyh#hgh¤ R§Fth®r¤Âu« ÑH¢nrç rhiy thyh#hgh¤ R§Fth®r¤Âu« ÑH¢nrç rhiy t©lÿ® - kh«gh¡f« nfs«gh¡f« rhiy m¥Jšyhòu«Mrdh«g£L My§fha« - ÂU¥g¤ö® rhiy

SH124

SH126

L-S

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bgh‹id-ÂUty« rhiy Ïuhâ¥ng£il bgh‹id rhiy gdkl§» - órhçtyir - gujuhä rhiy gdkl§» - òrhçtyir - gujuhä rhiy mu¡nfhz« - X¢nrç rhiy gŸëbfh©lh gykneç rhiy

SH125

bkh¤j« »Û

ÂUt©zhki y

fyit-thH¥gªjšrhiy

SH125

KoÎ »Û

Name of Road-Tml

SH123

SH124A

Mu«g »Û

brŒô® - tªjthÁ nghq® rhiy fhŠÁòu« - tªjthÁ rhiy fhŠÁòu« - tªjthÁ rhiy kJuhªjf« bt©zh§F¥g£Lrhiy ò¡fJiw - c¤Âunk%® rhiy c¤Âunk%® - fhŠÁòu« rhiy

SH119

SH120

nfh£l¤Â‹ bga®

nrhë§f® fhntç¥gh¡f« rhiy M‰fhL f©zk§fy« rhiy Foah¤j« - flh«ó® ifyhr»ç thâa«gho rhiy M«ó® - rh¤f® rhiy g®T® - ÂU¥g¤ö® rhiy g®T® - ÂU¥g¤ö® rhiy

br§fšg£L

0.00

18.40

18.400

ÂUtŸq®

21.700

30.900

9.200

br§fšg£L

0.00

18.60

18.600

ntYh®

0/0

10/0

10.000

thâa« gho

10/0

79/5

69.500

ntYh®

0/0

21/2

21.200

ntYh®

0/0

16/4

16.400

ntYh®

0/0

21/6

21.600

ntYh®

0/0

12/0

12.000

thâa« gho

12/0

19/6

7.600

ntYh®

0/0

32/0

32.000

ntYh®

0/0 7/4 1/2

1/2 28/8 7/4

ntYh®

0/0

30/0

30.000

ntYh®

0/0

25/4

25.400

thâa« gho

0/0

42/0

42.000

thâa« gho

0/0

19/8

19.800

»UZz»ç

0/0

7/8

7.800

thâa« gho

7/8

24/2

16.400

thâa« gho

22.600 6.200

khãy beLŠrhiy¥ g£oaš rhiy v© Road Number

Ús« »Û rhiyæ‹ bga®. Name of Road-Tml

SH132

f©zk§fy« - Muâ rhiy

SH133

nghq® - br§f« rhiy

SH133A

ÂUt©zhkiy mtYh®ng£il rhiy ©otz« ku¡fhz« rhiy éG¥òu« ÂUt©zhkiy rhiy

SH134 SH135 SH136

iky« - gh©o rhiy

SH137

ÂU¡nfhéÿ® - Mr}® rhiy Áiw¡F‹W btŸis¡fiu Fkz§Fy« rhiy mçaYh®-K¤JthŠnrç - $òuªjh‹ rhiy éU¤jhyr«-bjhGö® rhiy ».Û.6/8š ÏUªJ kjd¤ö® bršY« rhiy (tê) b#a§bfh©l« éU¤jhyr«-bjhGö® rhiy ».Û.6/8š ÏUªJ kjd¤ö® bršY« rhiy (tê) b#a§bfh©l« éU¤jhry« - bjhGö® rhiy Jiwô®-bgu«gÿ® rhiy Jiwô® - bgu«gÿ® rhiy kh¤Jh®-£l¡Fo rhiy bfhL¡T® - fhLbt£o rhiy mwªjh§» - f£Lkhto rhiy k‹dh®Fo nrJghtr¤Âu« rhiy k‹dh®Fo nrJghthr¤Âu« rhiy F«gnfhz« fhiu¡fhš rhiy F«gnfhz« fhiu¡fhš rhiy F«gnfhz« fhiu¡fhš rhiy ehT® - bt£lh® rhiy ehT® - bt£lh® rhiy br«gdh® nfhæš ešyhil rhiy it¤Ô°tu‹ nfhæš nyha® miz¡f£L rhiy

SH138 SH139

SH140

SH140

SH141 SH142 SH142 SH143 SH144 SH145 SH146 SH146 SH147 SH147 SH147 SH148 SH148 SH149 SH150

nfh£l¤Â‹ bga® Division-Tml

Mu«g »Û

KoÎ »Û

bkh¤j« »Û

L-S

L-E

L-T

ÂUt©zh kiy ÂUt©zh kiy ÂUt©zh kiy

0.0

17.2

17.200

0.0

47.0

47.000

0.0

22.8

22.800

éG¥òu«

0/0

34/0

34.000

ÂUt©zh kiy

52.4

54.4

2.000

éG¥òu«

0/0

26/6

26.600

fŸs¡ F¿¢Á

0/0

39/3

39.300

0.000

18.900

18.900

0/0

35/200

35.200

flYh®

0.000

6.800

6.800

mçaÿ®.

6/800

48/600

41.800

flYh®

0.000

44.400

44.400

ÂU¢Á

0.000

10.600

10.600

mçaÿ®.

10/6.

39/40.

28.800

mçaÿ®.

0/0

26/00

26.000

mçaÿ®.

0/0

30/2.

30.200

òJ¡ nfh£il

0/0

25/8

25.800

jŠrhñ®

10.60

51.40

40.800

ÂUth%®

0.0

10.6

10.600

jŠrhñ®

0.00

18.20

18.200

ehf¥g£od«

18.2

25.2

7.000

flYh® mçaÿ®.

ÂUth%®

25.2

42.2

17.000

ehf¥g£od« ÂUth%®

0.0 15.0

15.0 23.0

15.000 8.000

ehf¥g£od«

0

11.90

11.900

ehf¥g£od«

0.0

20.05

20.050

khãy beLŠrhiy¥ g£oaš rhiy v©

Ús« »Û rhiyæ‹ bga®.

nfh£l¤Â‹ bga®

Road Number

Name of Road-Tml

Division-Tml

SH150

it¤Ô°tu‹ nfhæš nyha® miz¡f£L rhiy

jŠrhñ®

SH153 SH153 SH154 SH154 SH155 SH156 SH157 SH157

tlkJiu x£l‹r¤Âu« rhiy gHå - jhuhòu« rhiy (tê) my§»a« gHå - jhuhòu« rhiy (tê) my§»a« t¤jyF©L - ngiuô® - fhçahg£o rhiy t¤jyF©L - ngiuô® - fhçahg£o rhiy m«ikaeha¡f}® t¤jyF©L rhiy bfhil kiy¢ rhiy M¤ö® - bgu«gÿ® rhiy M¤ö® - bgu«gÿ® rhiy

SH158

mdš ä‹ ãiya rhiy

SH159

gŸs¥g£o - Nuk§fy« rhiy

SH161 SH162 SH163 SH163 SH164 SH165 SH165 SH166 SH167 SH168 SH169 SH170

bkh¤j« »Û

L-S

L-E

L-T

20.05

32.25

12.200

©L¡fš

0.000

42.800

42.800

©L¡fš

0.000

21.850

21.850

jhuhòu«

21.850

32.680

10.830

©L¡fš

0.000

14.400

14.400

kJiu

14.40

87.64

73.240

©L¡fš

0.000

18.000

18.000

©L¡fš

0.000

56.800

56.800

nry«

0.000

26.800

26.800

mçaÿ®.

26/80

53/00

26.200

nry«

0.000

5.400

5.400

nry«

0.000

2.200

2.200

mnah¤Âahg£oz« - ngq® »sh¡fhL rhiy ».Û 0/0 - 54/6 (54.60 ».Û Ús Ï¢rhiy¥ gF kht£l K¡»a¢ rhiyahf (M1044) tif kh‰w« brŒa¥g£LŸsJ)

SH160 SH161

KoÎ »Û

Ñtq® - f¢rd« rhiy ».Û 0/0 - 20/4 (20.40 ».Û Ús Ï¢rhiy¥ gF kht£l K¡»a¢ rhiyahf (M1043)tif kh‰w« brŒa¥g£LŸsJ)

SH151 SH152

Mu«g »Û

ehk¡fš - f©z}® rhiy ehk¡fš - f©z}® rhiy tlnfhit - uhkehjòu« - br£oghisa« rhiy gšyl« - bfh¢Á‹ khãy všiy rhiy gšyl« - bfh¢Á‹ khãy všiy rhiy nfhit - Mizf£o rhiy fhkeha¡f‹ghisa« m‹}® rhiy fhkeha¡f‹ghisa« m‹}® rhiy gšyl« - méehÁ rhiy tlnfhit - kUjkiy rhiy fhukil fçah«ghisa« rhiy ÂU¥ó® - nrhkDh® rhiy Úèghisa« - ÁWKif rhiy

ehk¡fš

0.000

26.000

26.000

ÂU¢Á

26/0

45/428

19.428

nfhit

0.000

18.910

18.910

bghŸsh¢Á

12.80

54.40

41.600

ÂU¥ó®

0.00

12.80

12.800

nfhit

0.000

29.000

29.000

ÂU¥ó®

0.00

20.00

20.000

nfhit

20.000

38.620

18.620

ÂU¥ó®

0.00

22.80

22.800

nfhit

0.000

11.180

11.180

nfhit

0.000

15.200

15.200

ÂU¥ó®

0.000

19.000

19.000

nfhit

0.000

17.800

17.800

khãy beLŠrhiy¥ g£oaš rhiy v© Road Number

SH171 SH172 SH173

Ús« »Û rhiyæ‹ bga®.

nfh£l¤Â‹ bga®

Name of Road-Tml

Division-Tml

nfhéštê fhu¥ghisa« rhiy ÂU¥ó® - fh§fa« rhiy
SH174

ÂU¥ó®

Mu«g »Û

KoÎ »Û

bkh¤j« »Û

L-S

L-E

L-T

0.000

17.400

17.400

ÂU¥ó® 0.00 26.40 26.400
SH174A

gšyl« - jhuhòu« rhiy

ÂU¥ó®

0.00

16.80

16.800

SH174A

gšyl« - jhuhòu« rhiy

jhuhòu«

16.800

29.400

12.600

SH175

gthå - mªÂô® bršy«ghisa« rhiy ö¤J¡Fo ÂU¢brªö® f‹åahFkç rhiy ö¤J¡Fo ÂU¢brªö® f‹åahFkç rhiy nru‹kfhnjé - gzFo rhiy m«ghrK¤Âu« ghgehr« - nkyiz rhiy f‹åahFkç - giHa c¢r¡fil rhiy Fs¢rš - ÂUt£lh® rhiy kh®¤jh©l« gd¢r_L rhiy t¤uh¥ - kfhuhròu« mHfhòç - éUJef® rhiy ÁtfhÁ-My§Fs« rhiy éUJef® »UZzhòu« rhiy


0.000

18.000

18.000

0.0

67.4

67.400

ÂUbeš ntè

67.400

119.200

51.800

ÂUbeš ntè

0.000

43.400

43.400

ÂUbeš ntè

0.000

23.000

23.000

ehf®nfhéš

0.00

71.522

71.522

ehf®nfhéš

0.00

23.90

23.900

ehf®nfhéš

0.00

14.10

14.100

éUJef®

0.000

37.400

37.400

éUJef®

0.000

15.050

15.050

éUJef®

0.000

23.230

23.230

SH176

SH176 SH177 SH178 SH179 SH180 SH181 SH182 SH183 SH184

é°te¤j« - bt§flhryòu« rhiy ».Û 0/0 - 16/195 (16.195 ».Û Ús Ï¢rhiy¥ gF kht£l K¡»a¢ rhiyahf (M1048) tif kh‰w« brŒa¥g£LŸsJ)

SH185 SH186 SH187 SH188 SH189 SH189 SH189

SH190

ö¤J¡Fo

Ïuhrghisa« bt«g¡nfh£il rhiy rh¤Jh® - ÁtfhÁ fGFkiy rhiy nry« rªÂ¥ò Kjš V‰fhL rhiy tiu fh§fa« - bfhLKo rhiy fh§fa« - bfhLKo rhiy fh§fa« - bfhLKo rhiy fUkh©l«ghisa« rhiy¥òJh® rhiy (tê) kiya«ghisa«, jhkiu¥ghisa«

éUJef®

0.000

29.600

29.600

éUJef®

0.000

38.400

38.400

nry«

0.000

30.600

30.600

ÂU¥ó®

0.00

9.20

9.200

jhuhòu«

9.200

26.000

16.800


26.000

36.200

10.200


0.000

17.200

17.200

khãy beLŠrhiy¥ g£oaš rhiy v© Road Number

SH191 SH191 SH191A

SH192

SH193

SH193

Ús« »Û rhiyæ‹ bga®.

nfh£l¤Â‹ bga®

Name of Road-Tml

Division-Tml

nkÿ® - ÂU¥g¤ö® rhiy nkÿ® - ÂU¥g¤ö® rhiy F«k§Fo ghy« nfhéÿ® rhiy (tê) ßisah®g£o jhiHô¤J fŸëkªija« Ïila¡nfh£il rhiy jho¡bfh«ò gŸs¥g£o mut¡F¿¢Á rhiy jho¡bfh«ò gŸs¥g£o mut¡F¿¢Á rhiy

SH194

ehf®nfhéš Jtu§fhL rhiy

SH195

kJiu - éuhjDh® tisa§Fs« rhiy

SH196

SH196

SH197

SH198

SH199

SH199

SH200

SH200

SH200

SH200 SH200

ÂU¥ó® - bgUkhešÿ® - F‹d¤ö® bgUªJiw rhiy ÂU¥ó® - bgUkhešÿ® - F‹d¤ö® bgUªJiw rhiy btŸs¡nfhéš _y}® rhiy (tê) m¡fiu¥ghisa« rhiy Fkhughisa«gŸëghisa«n#l®ghisa« gh©lk§fy« - ntÿ® rhiy ita«g£o - f%® rhiy (tê) iky«g£o c¥Ãlk§fy« ita«g£o - f%® rhiy (tê) iky«g£oc¥Ãlk§fy« ehT®-ehf¥g£od« uhkehjòu«-ö¤J¡Fo rhiy ehT®-ehf¥g£od« uhkehjòu«-ö¤J¡Fo rhiy ehT®-ehf¥g£od« uhkehjòu«-ö¤J¡Fo rhiy ehT®-ehf¥g£od« uhkehjòu«-ö¤J¡Fo rhiy ehT®-ehf¥g£od« uhkehjòu«-ö¤J¡Fo

Mu«g »Û

KoÎ »Û

bkh¤j« »Û

L-S

L-E

L-T

kJiu

0.000

14.200

14.200

Átf§if

14.200

31.600

17.400

Átf§if

0.000

13.975

13.975

©L¡fš

0.000

55.400

55.400

©L¡fš

0.000

25.400

25.400

f%®

25/40

46/8

21.400

ehf®nfhéš

0.00

8.90

8.900

kJiu

0.000

22.600

22.600

ÂU¥ó®

0.000

27.000

27.000


27.000

40.800

13.800

jhuhòu«

0.000

24.60

24.600

ehk¡fš

0.000

66.500

66.500

ÂU¢Á

0/0

9/0

9.000

f%®

9/0

53/640

44.640

ehf¥g£od«

0.0

39.571

39.571

ÂUth%®

39.60

75.40

35.800

jŠrhñ®

75.40

115.80

40.400

òJ¡nfh£il

115.8

153.8

38.000

Ïuhkehjòu«

153.800 214.000

204.400 273.000

120.000

khãy beLŠrhiy¥ g£oaš rhiy v© Road Number

SH200 SH201 SH202 SH203 SH204 SH205 SH206 SH207 SH208 SH209

Ús« »Û rhiyæ‹ bga®.

nfh£l¤Â‹ bga®

Name of Road-Tml

Division-Tml

rhiy ehT® - ehfg£od« Ïuhkehjòu« ö¤J¡Forhiy(SH-200) ekzrK¤Âu« bgh‹dkuht rhiy ÂUth%® - k‹dh®Fo K¤J¥ng£il rhiy K©oa«gh¡f«gh©o¢nrç rhiy fŸs¡F¿¢Á T¤j¡Fo rhiy thdfu« - m«g¤ö® òHš rhiy óªjkšè - g£lhÃuh« rhiy ntÿ® - CN® rhiy XN® cŸt£l rhiy F«gnfhz« òwtê¢rhiy

SH210

Ó®fhê òwtê¢rhiy k‰W« Ïiz¥ò rhiy

SH211

ÂU¡nfhéÿ®òwtê¢ rhiy Áj«gu« bj‰Fòwtê¢rhiy éU¤jhry« òwtê¢rhiy Áj«gu« òwtê Ïiz¥ò rhiy ».Û. 0/0-1/904

SH212 SH213 SH214

Mu«g »Û

KoÎ »Û

bkh¤j« »Û

L-S

L-E

L-T

278.800

289.200

289.998

338.860

48.862

òJ¡nfh£il

9.4

42.7

33.300

ÂUth%®

0.00

60.00

60.000

éG¥òu«

0/0

21/250

21.250

fŸs¡F¿¢Á

0/0

24/8

24.800

ÂUtŸq®

0.000

14.600

14.600

ÂUtŸq®

0.000

11.600

11.600

ntYh® »UZz»ç

0/0 0/0

8/0 4/850

8.000 4.850

jŠrhñ®

0.00

2.20

2.200

ehf¥g£od«

0.000 5.570 0.000

5.499 7.615 1.145

8.689

fŸs¡F¿¢Á

0/004

4/395

4.391

flYh®

0.000

7.280

7.280

flYh®

0.000

5.600

5.600

flYh®

0.000

1.904

1.904

g£oaš -1 bkh¤j«

10315.461

ö¤J¡Fo

ESTABLISHMENT ADDITIONAL CHARGE [As amended in G.O. Ms. No. 349 P&A.R (F.R. I), Dated 24.3.1980] Definition: When an employee, if asked to look after other duties in addition to his normal sphere of duties then, there arises combination of appointments provided that both the posts are independent – F.R. 49. The Term “Independent” should be interpreted to mean “separate” or “distinct”. How long a post can be kept vacant? 

A post kept vacant beyond five months can be filled up after obtaining specific approval of the Government – G.O. Ms. N. 607 Finance, dated 23.8.1988 and G.O. Ms. No. 1074, Finance, dated 28.9.1989.



From 6.5.1991, the post kept vacant beyond five months may be filled in without obtaining Government approval – Government letter No.41773/BCI/91 Finance, dated 6.5.1991.

Conditions to hold additional charge: (a) The post must be independent – F.R. 49 (b) Temporary employees should not be appointed under additional charge – Government. Letter No.455/A2/84-2 PWD, dated 1.3.1984. Additional charge (There is no current charge): (a) Additional charge: Full additional charge is the charge when an employee is directed to attend the duties of another officer in addition to his normal duties, as if he had assumed full charge of the additional post. This is called “Additional Charge” for doing additional work. While issue of orders the word “FULL” should be in that order. Generally the Govt. will issue the orders, in case any delegation of powers obtained from the Govt., such a case the HOD may issue orders. If due to urgency, the HOD issued the order, in that case the ratification should be obtained from the concerned Administrative Dept. in Secretariat. (b) Holding additional charge of more than one post: Further, an employee may be directed to look after the duties of more than one post in addition to his normal duties and addl. Pay shall not be paid for one post only. Additional charge allowance – When not admissible? (a) When superior officer holds additional charge of his lower post, no additional pay is allowed since the lower post comes under the purview of discharging his normal functions; Example: A Superintending Engineer holding the post of an Executive Engineer, additionally – Ruling 5 (3) (b) If the additional post is in the same office and of the same rank, no additional pay shall be allowed if duties of the said posts are independent in nature and if the duties can be distributed among other officers – Ruling 5 (4) (ii)

(c) When additional charge arrangements are in different territorial jurisdictions, the posts are definitely independent. In such cases, additional pay is automatically admissible– Ruling 5 (4) (i) Additional pay – What is the rate? 

An employee holding additional charge is eligible for additional pay for having attended additional duty for more than 39 days. If the period of additional charge is 39 days or less than 39 days, no additional pay is allowed. 39 days includes holidays and C.L. but not E.L., U.E.L., etc., availed of during the period of additional charge. [ FR 49 (1) (i)]

Rate of Additional charge: 

The additional charge allowance should be 1/5th of the pay drawn in the original post – G.O. Ms. No.112 P&A.R., dated 9.2.1987 and G.O. Ms. No. 1099 P&A.R., dated 15.12.1987 and F.R. 49 (1) (iii). Pay for this purpose will mean.

(i)

Basic Pay

(ii) Personal Pay (Govt. Letter No.121781/F.R.II/88-2, Dated 13.2.1989) (iii) Special pay, H.R.A and C.C.A shall not be taken to compute additional charge allowance. 

The officer will also get additional D.A. based on the additional pay drawn by him for looking additional charge – Govt. letter No.3949/F.R.I/89-4 A.R., Dated 20.9.1989.



Additional charge allowance shall not be allowed for the period in excess of five months – FR 49 (i)(iii).

Whether additional pay is eligible to all officers? All the officers irrespective of their pay are eligible for additional charge allowance – G.O.Ms. No.121, P&A.R., Dated 10.2.1982. Arrears on Additional Pay – is permissible? Where the additional charge allowance had been drawn already, no subsequent arrears with reference to increase in pay in the original post is admissible – F.R. 49(1)(vii). REGULARISATION OF SERVICES  No separate orders for Regularisation of service is necessary in respect of all those who are appointed to the posts as per the provisions contained in the Special Rules or Adhoc Rules and also those who are promoted as per an approved list of candidates prepared with reference to General Rule 4 of the Tamil Nadu State and Subordinate Service Rules and the Special Rules of Adhoc Rules governing the posts. Their services will be regularized from the date of appointment / promotion to such posts and they will commence their probation from the date of their first appointment.  However, orders specifying the date of Regularisation of service are necessary in respect of persons who were originally appointed to a post temporarily and subsequently appointed to the same through regular channel, persons appointed under compassionate grounds, persons in favour of whom rules were relaxed and persons who were originally promoted under General Rule G.I. 36 or as per a temporary panel prepared under Rule 39 and subsequently included in the approved list of candidates fit for promotion prepared as per rules.

PROBATION  Details of the period that will count for probation, when probation will be completed, when it has to be extended, when it can be terminated and also the probationers’ suitability for full membership are detailed in General Rule 23 to 28 of the Tamil Nadu State and Subordinate Service Rules.  In G.O. Ms. No.57, Public (Services), Dated 8th January 1952, instructions were issued for the avoidance of delay in the declaration of probation and providing for automatic completion of probation in cases where orders of declaration of probation were not issued within six months of the date of completion of probation.  It was also ordered that subject to certain conditions, no delay in passing order of completion of probation should be permitted to have an adverse pecuniary effect on probationers and that arrears of increments should be allowed from the date of completion of probation. A Government servant commences his probation only from the date of his regular appointment. The Regularisation of services is an important item of work and this should not be delayed.  The intention in prescribing a period of probation is to enable the appointing authority to watch the work and conduct of the official, provide necessary training and other help and finally assess his suitability for full membership of the service, class or category for which he is selected. In actual practice, some inordinate delays are noticed in passing the order of declaration, causing avoidable inconvenience to and dissatisfaction among the staff. It has been, therefore, ordered that in the absence of an order within six months, an automatic declaration of probation should be done in such cases.  In G.O.Ms.No.196, Personnel and Administrative Reforms (Per. M) Department, Dated 3rd March 1981, the Government have ordered that the maximum period upto which the probation of a Government servant may be extended so as to enable him to acquire the test qualification, be fixed as five years. If he does not acquire the test qualification even within the above said extended period of probation, he should be reverted and the qualified and eligible juniors should be considered for promotion. If such a person has been appointed by direct recruitment and has not acquired the test qualification within the extended period of probation, his probation should be terminated. CLASSIFICATION OF GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES INTO 4 GROUPS Group A

-

Employees drawing grade pay of Rs.6600/- and above

Group B

-

Employees drawing grade pay of Rs.4400/- and above but below Rs.6600

Group C

-

Employees drawing grade pay of Rs.1400/- and above but below Rs.4400

Group D

-

Employees drawing grade pay of Rs.1300/-.

OTHER KINDS OF LEAVE APPLICABLE TO GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES Casual Leave: Casual leave is not a regular leave. I is a concession given to Government servants to absent themselves in special circumstances for short periods. They can absent themselves for not more than 12 days (twelve days) in a

calendar year. It may be combined with Saturdays, Sundays, Holidays or compensatory leave provided that the absence should not exceed ten days. Executive instructions in Annexure VII Appendix I of F.R. Compensatory Leave : Compensatory Leave may be granted to Government Servants subject to the following conditions: (i)

Only the officials belonging to C and D Groups are eligible for compensatory Leave as a matte of rule whenever they are called to work on holidays. Officials belong to A and B Groups will not normally be eligible for compensatory Leave. However, if the occasions of their attendance on holidays become so regular as to make it almost a matter of routine, they would also be eligible to claim compensatory Leave and the immediate superior official would be competent to sanction the compensatory Leave.

(ii) No compensatory Leave can be claimed as a matter of right. It shall be within the discretion of the superior officers competent to grant casual leave, to admit the claim for compensatory leave or not. (iii) No Government Servant shall leave more than twenty days of compensatory leave in all, in a calendar year. (iv) Compensatory Leave can be combined with casual leave or authorized public holidays subject to the condition that the total period of absence shall not exceed ten days. Compensatory Leave can also be prefixed or suffixed to regular leave, subject to the usual conditions. (G.O.Ms.No.2218, Public (Misc.), Dated 14th December 1981 Paragraph 552 of D.O.M. and Paragraph 7 (iii) of D.O.M. as introduced in G.O.Ms.No.538, P&AR (Per.A) Department, Dated 16th June 1983). OFFICERS AWARDED WARNING ARE ELIGIBLE FOR PROMOTION Letter No.30880/S/2000-1 P&A.R. (S) Department, Secretariat, Chennai. Sub:

Public Services – Recruitment – Preparation of panel – Deferred cases – Disciplinary action ended in Warning / Severe Warning – Inclusion in the panel – Instructions – Issued.

The officer whose case was deferred due to pending charges under Rule 17(b) of Tamil Nadu Civil Services (Disciplinary and Appeal) Rules but who has been subsequently awarded severe warning or warning be included in the panel in which the name of his junior was included, if he is otherwise found suitable with reference to all relevant criteria for promotion. G.P.F. – VOLUNTARY INCREASE OF SUBSCRIPTION (G.O.Ms.No.701, Finance (Allowance) Department, Dated 31.8.1995) In order to encourage Government employees to save more through the GPF, Government direct that the voluntary increase over the above the rate of GPF subscription prescribed be permitted on two occasions in any of the months in a year. Further reduction of subscription (not below the prescribed rate) shall be allowed only once in a year viz. In the salary for the month of March payable in April.

Minimum monthly subscription: 12% of Basic pay, grade pay, special pay, personal pay and Dearness Allowance

G.P.F. FOR PURCHASE OF CONSUMER ARTICLES Extract of G.O.Ms.No.247, Finance (Allowances) Department, Dated 12th may 1997. The employees of the State Government shall be permitted to draw Temporary Advance / Part Final Withdrawal from their GPF account for the purchase of consumer durables such as Television, Video Cassette Recorder, Video Cassette Player, Washing Machine, Cooking Range, Geyser and Computer.

The Tamil Nadu Government Employees Conduct Rules – 1973 Rule 6 : Investments, lending and borrowing A Government Servant may give to or accept from relative, a personal friend, a purely temporary loan of a small amount only.

RULE 7 : MOVABLE, IMMOVABLE AND VALUABLE PROPERTY Rule 7 (1) (c):-

Rule 7(2) :-

8. PRIVATE TRADE OR EMPLOYMENT:-

Note : The prescribed authority for the purpose of this Rule shall be (i)

The Government in the case of Head of Department,

(ii) The Head of Department concerned in other cases provided that a Head of the Department may delegate his powers under this rule specifically to any one of the second level officers in the Department, retaining such reserve power with him as he may deem fit.

20-B. PROHIBITION OF SEXUAL HARASSMENT OF WORKING WOMEN

FRAMING OF CHARGES The articles of charge should be framed with great care. The following guidelines will help. (a)

Each charge should be expressed in definite, clear and precise terms and it should not be vague;

(b)

A separate charge should be framed in respect of each separate allegation;

(c)

Multiplication or splitting up of charges on the basis of the same allegation should be avoided.

(d)

The wording of the charge should not appear to be an expression of opinion of the delinquent. For example, in an inquiry into alleged corruption of incompetence, a charge of general nature such as “Corruption” or “Incompetence” cannot be regarded as sufficient and precise. A separate charge should, therefore, be framed in respect of each instance of Misconduct or lapses.

GUIDELINES The following guidelines issued in Government Circular No.14353, P&AR (Per.N)/97, Dated 11.3.1993 may be strictly adhered to by the disciplinary authorities. 1.

Guidelines for deciding whether charges may be framed under Rule 17(b)

Without prejudice to the generality of situations involving indiscipline, moral turpitude, corruption, etc., charges under Rule 17(b) have to be framed in the following types of cases for imposing any one of the major penalties:

1)

Cases in which there is reasonable ground to believe that a penal offence has been committed by a Government Servant but the evidence forthcoming is not sufficient for Prosecution in a Court of Law, e.g.

a)

Possession of assets disproportionate to the known sources of income;

b)

Obtaining or attempting to obtain illegal gratification;

c)

Misappropriation of Government property, money or shares;

d)

Obtaining or attempting to obtain any valuable thing or pecuniary advantages without consideration or for a consideration which is not adequate etc.,

2)

Falsification of Government records;

3)

Irregularity or negligence in the discharge of official duties with a dishonest motive;

4)

Misuse of official position for personal gain;

5)

Disclosure of secret or confidential information even though it does not fall strictly within the scope of the Official Secrets Act;

6)

Misappropriation of Government funds, false claims of Travelling Allowance, reimbursement of false medical bills, etc.

Unless a major punishment is really warranted, namely, dismissal from service, removal from service, compulsory retirement or reduction to a lower rank in the seniority list or to a lower post or time scale, framing of charges under Rule 17(b) is not necessary and should be avoided. Common Guidelines to be followed in framing charges under Rule 17(b) and issuing show cause notice under Rule 17(a) (Note: In cases falling under Rule 17(a), references to “Charge Sheet” and “Charge” hereunder shall be deemed to be references to “Show Cause Notice” and “the irregularity leading to the show cause notice” respectively) 1) A separate charge should be framed wherever necessary in respect of each separate transaction / even or a series of related transactions / events amounting to misconduct / misbehaviour. 2) If the transaction / even amounts to more than one type of misconduct, then all the misconduct should be mentioned. 3) If a transaction / event shows that the Government Servant must be guilty of one misconduct or the other depending on one or the other set of circumstances, then the charges can be in the alternative. 4) Multiplication or splitting up of charges on the basis of the same allegation should be avoided. 5) The articles of charge should first give plain facts and then mention the nature of misconduct / misbehaviour of the delinquent. 6) The wording of the charge should not appear to be an expression of opinion as to the guilt of the delinquent but should contain only statement of facts. Any statement which smacks of expression of opinion and draws some positive

conclusions against the Government Servant should be strictly avoided in the charge sheet. 7) A charge should not relate to a matter which had already been the subject matter of an enquiry resulting in conviction / punishment / acquittal / exoneration unless acquittal / exoneration was based on benefit of doubt by a Court or on technical consideration. 8) A charge sheet should not refer (in the list of references as well as in the body of the Memo.) to the report on preliminary investigation / detailed enquiries conducted by the Directorate of Vigilance and Anti Corruption / Police (C.I.D) and other agencies. 9) There is no bar to include all charges of violation of Departmental Rules as well as criminal offences which can be taken up departmentally, e.g. misappropriation of Government money, defalcation and theft of departmental materials, etc. In the case of departmental proceedings, reference to clauses of the Indian Penal Code should be avoided. The proceedings should be based on the failure to observe departmental rules and regulations. For instance, in the case of theft of a registered or insured article, the charge against an employee may not be theft of that article, but failure to account for the article entrusted to him for custody or disposal etc. 10) All the facts, figures, dates, etc., included in the imputations should be carefully checked before the issue of the charge sheet as a lot of difficulties may crop up when some clerical error in these figures or dates later on comes to notice. 11) The practice of disciplinary authorities framing extra charges like “this shows that he is incapable”, “this shows he is not trustworthy”, etc., or their variations which were the off shoots of the main charges should be avoided. For example, if there is a charge showing or implying the dishonesty of a delinquent, there is no need for another charge that the official is dishonest. 12) There need be only a minimum number of specific provable charges directly attributable to the delinquent and not too many unwanted charges which may dilute the enquiry. 13) Once a charge is framed and fully served but no explanation is received within the stipulated time, there is no need to frame another charge for nonsubmission of explanation, there is no need also to send any reminder. In such case, necessary action should be proceeded with after considering the facts and records based on which charges were framed. For this purpose, a Clause is routinely added to all charge memos that if no explanation is received within the time stipulated, it will be presumed that the delinquent has no explanation to offer, and further action will be taken on the merits of the case based on available records. 14) An officer’s past record should not be taken into account in arriving at a finding as to the truth or otherwise of the charges against him. But there may be cases in which a person might have been previously punished for similar irregularity but still he has not corrected himself and the bad record of a person is proposed to be taken into account in determining the penalty to be imposed should be made the subject matter of the specific charge in the main charge sheet issued first instance or in the form of an additional charge sheet issued before the commencement of enquiry in respect of the main charge sheet and the person charged should be afforded facilities necessary for enabling him to meet the allegation relating to past record.

TRAVELLING ALLOWANCE AIR/RAIL JOURNEY, DA AND FLAT RATES Grade

Grade Pay

D.A.

Rs.8800 and more

Air Journey or A/C 1st Class by Rail (Within and Outside the State)

Rs.200

Rs.10

Rs.5

Rs.6600 and more

Air Journey outside the State or 1st Class / A/C 2nd Class by Rail (Within and Outside the State)

Rs.200

Rs.10

Rs.5

1st Class by Rail

Rs.150

Rs.10

Rs.5

2nd Class by Rail

Rs.100

Rs.5

Rs.3

2nd Class by Rail

Rs.80

Rs.5

Rs.3

I

II III IV

Flat Rate Other Chennai PlA.C.E.s

Rail and Air eligibility

Rs.4400 and above but below Rs.6600 Rs.1900 and above but below Rs.4400 Below Rs.1900

** The Officers drawing the grade pay of Rs.10,000/- and above are eligible to travel by air in Executive Class ** Daily allowance shall be double the above rates for stay in Chennai City and other Metropolitan cities. 2. The quantum of Fixed Travelling Allowance sanctioned with effect from 01.01.1996 and which was not revised after 01.01.1996 has been doubled. 3. The existing quantum of Conveyance Allowance has been doubled. 4. The Mileage Allowance for journey performed by Car is Rs.8/- per k.m. and by Motor Cycle /Scooter / Moped Rs.4/- per k.m. 5. The monthly ceiling on Travelling Allowance reduced from existing 20% to 10% of revised pay. Wherever the existing ceiling is 25%, it has been reduced to 12% of revised pay. 6. Lumpsum grant payable under Transfer Travelling Allowance: Group Transfer between station Transfer between at a distance beyond 8 station at a distance kms but below 60 kms. beyond 60 kms. Rs. Rs. I 900 1800 II 675 1425 III 450 975 IV 225 525 7. Leave Travel Concession: The employees are entitled to travel outside the State by availing Leave Travel Concession subject to the condition that the reimbursement of travel cost should be limited to a maximum distance of 800 kms. from plA.C.E. of their work. The eligibility of the officers to travel by air while on official tour are applicable for availing Leave Travel Concession. However, the officers permitted to travel by air on Leave Travel Concession in the pre-revised pay sales can avail Leave Travel Concession by air in the revised pay structure.

Travelling Allowance Table DA 1 Âd¥go 24 kâ¡F xU Âd¥go , 24 kâ¡F Fiwthd neu¤Â‰F Fiwthd Âd¥go

jFÂÍŸs Âd¥go¡F m£ltizia¡ fh©f

Incidental Charges 2 Incidental Charges g°, uæš, ékhd¥ gaz« v‹whš k£L« tH§fΫ. muR thfd«, fh® gaz¤Â‰F¡ »ilahJ. 160 ».Û. ¡F mÂfkhf öu« ÏU¡f nt©L«.

Flat Rate 3 Flat Rate jiyikaf« / Kfh«fë‹ Kidfëš öu« fl¡f ÏJ MDk¡f¥ gL»wJ. Distance at the terminals should be 1/2 Km. or more

vªj thfd¤Âš gaz« brŒjhY« Âd¥go »il¡F«. neu¤ij it¤J Âd¥go fz¡»l nt©L«.

Camp to Camp 160 ».Û. njitæšiy.

Bus, Train or Air gaz«brŒjhš Flat rate tH§fΫ

gaz« brŒj thfd« xU bghU£lšy.

g°, uæš, ékhd¥ gaz« VW« bghGJ mšyJ Ïw§F« bghGJ k£L« mDk¡fΫ.

Car. Govt, Vehicle gaz« brŒjhš tH§f¡TlhJ.

br‹idæš j§»dhš 2 kl§F Âd¥go »il¡F« Class – 1 k‰W« Class – 2 Ïl§fëš Kiwna 50% k‰W« 33 1/3% TLjyhf Âd¥go »il¡F« rhjhuz ÏlK« Áw¥ò ÏlK« nr®ªJ xnu ehëš gazkhæ‹ ÏuÎ j§Fäl¤ij it¤J Âd¥go fz¡»l nt©L« Enhanced D.A. should not be allowed for mere passing through special track.

24 kâ neu¤Â‰F xU incidental charge tH§fΫ. 24 kâ neu¤Â‰FŸ x‹W¡F nk‰g£l VWjš / Ïw§Fjš ÏUªjhY« xU incidental jh‹ tH§f nt©L«. ÏuÎ j§F« Ïl« vJnth mªj Ïl¤Â‰fhd Âd¥go mo¥gilæš Incidental Charges mDk¡fΫ Ãw khãy§fŸ bršY« bghGJ ca® D.A. rate –š Incidental charges tH§fΫ. br‹id¡F tU«bghGJ mšyJ br‹idæèUªJ òw¥gL« bghGJ Chennai rate-š tH§fΫ. Xnu ehëš Kfh« br‹W ÂU«Ãdhš Head Quarter-š mDk¡f¥gL« D.A. rate incidental charges-š tH§fΫ. ÏuÎ j§fhkš ÂU«Ãdhš xU incidental Charges mDk¡fyh«

xU ehëš mÂfkhf eh‹F Flat Rate mDk¡fyh«. btë khãy§fëš gaz« brŒjhš Chennai rate-š mDk¡fyh«.

Train jhkjkhf tªjhš t©o tU« neu« tiu DA fz¡»lΫ Ãw khãy¥ gazbk‹whš TLjš Âd¥go »il¡F«. m£ltizia¡ fh©f. 60 ehŸ tiu Kfhäš ÏUªjhš KG DA. 61tJ ehŸ Kjš transfer Mf¡ fUj¥gL« If boarding is given free, 1/2 DA If free boarding and lodging is given, 1/4 DA If lodging is given free, 3/4 DA ékhd¥ gazkhæ‹ Insurance charge mDk¡fΫ

Flat rate tH§f period of absence fz¡fšy. »uhk§fëš gaz« brŒjhY« Flat rate mDk¡fyh«.

Fare 4

Mileage 5

Fare Express Bus š gaz« brŒayh«. mj‰F f£lz« tH§fΫ.

Mileage For eligible list – See Annexure VI of TA Rules

Longer Distance Y« gaz« brŒJ mj‰fhd f£lz« bgwyh«. Mdhš Ïilæš Ïw§» ntW t©oæš Vw¡TlhJ. btë khãy§fëš Taxi gaz« v‹whš Taxi Charge c©L. Mdhš jFÂÍŸs Mileage ¡F limit brŒa nt©L«. Class I & II track š gaz« brŒjhš 1 Kiwna 50% & 33 /3% TLjyhf¡ »il¡F«. If journey is undertaken by borrowed conveyance paying the cost brhªj kht£l¤Âš public conveyance ÏUªjhY« Car / Two wheeler gaz« mDk¡f¥gL«. uæš, g°, ékhd¥ gaz«

Car Travel Rs.8.00/Km. Two wheeler Rs.4.00/Km. No slab system 320 Km. ¡F nk‰g£l gazkhæ‹ Mileage »ilahJ.

brY¤Âa f£lz« k£L« »il¡F« Berth charges and Reservation charges M»aitÍ« tH§fΫ. ca® tF¥Ãš br‹whš muR CêaU¡F¤ jFÂÍŸs tF¥Ã‰fhd f£lz« mDk¡fΫ.

btëô® gaz¥ gofë‹ étu«

I II III IV

146.25 117.00 78.00 58.50

200 150 100 80

550 375 275 175

146.25 117.00 78.00 58.50

200 150 100 80

cztf¡ f£lz«

éUªÂd® khëif jåah® (czÎ, ciwél f£lz«)

khã¤ÂY« btëæYKŸs Ïju Ïl§fŸ ôåa‹ Ãunjr« c£gl

j§F« éL¡fhd f£lz«

éUªÂd® khëif jåah® (czÎ, ciwél f£lz«)

cztf¡ f£lz«

j§F« éL¡fhd f£lz«

cztf¡ f£lz« 1125 750 550 275

br‹id k‰W« Ïju khãy§fë‹ mid¤J jiyikæl§fŸ

jäœehL Ïšy« k‰W« éUªÂd® khëif jåah® (czÎ, ciwél f£lz«)

šè, K«ig, fšf¤jh

j§F« éL¡fhd f£lz«

»nuL

175 100 75 50

97.50 78.00 58.50 39.00

(murhiz v©. 393, ãÂ, ehŸ 23.8.2000; murhiz v©. 444, ãÂ, ehŸ 31.8.1998 k‰W« muR foj v©.7411/go/2000-1, ãÂ, ehŸ 11.10.2000)

100 75 50 40

LEAVE RECKONER Superior Service Nature of leave

Emergency 10(a)(i) and Probationers

Approved Probationers and 15 years completed Basic Servants

U.E.L. P.A.

on

U.E.L. on M.C.

* Nil – Ruling (2) TNLR 23

2 - 5 years = 90 days 6 - 10 years = 180 days 11 - 15 years = 270 days 16 - 20 years = 360 days Above 20 years = 540 days Probationer is eligible if completed 2 years of regular service 0 – 2 years 3 – 5 years 6 – 10 years

Basic Service Approved Probationers (those 10(a)(i) and Probationers not completed 15 years of service) Temporary : Nil Ruling (2) TNLR 23 10 days for every completed Probationers : Ten Days years of service for every completed year of service If the basic servants complete 15 years service from the date of Regularisaion, they shall be allowed U.E.L. on M.C. as admissible to superior service employees.

Nil 90 days 180 days

0 – 10 years

90 days

Above 10 years

180 days

Note: P.A. – Private Affairs, M.C. - Medical Certificate, U.E.L. – Unearned Leave

Not eligible. If they complete 15 years from the date of Regularisation, they shall be allowed U.E.L. on P.A. as admissible to superior service.

RIGHT TO INFORMATION ACT 2005 INTRODUCTION In order to promote transparency and accountability in the working of every public authority and to empower the citizens to secure acces to information kept under the control of each public authority, the Govt. of India enacted The Right th to Information Act 2005 (central Act 22 of 2005) which came into force on the 15 day of June 2005. The PIO (Public Information Officer) has to sensitise his subordinates as to the importance of putting up the files in relations to RTI. The vital sections in the Act are as follows:2 (f) INFORMATION:- means any material in any form, including records, documents, memos, e-mails, opinions, advices, press releases, circulars, orders, log books, contracts, reports, papers, samples, models, data material held in any electronic form and information relating to any private body which can be accessed by a public authority under any other law for the time being in force. 2 (I) RECORDS:- includes any documents, manuscript, microfilm, microfiche and fascimile copy of document, any reproduction of image or images embodied in such microfilm (whether enlarged or not), any other material produced by a computer or any other device; 2(j) RIGHT TO INFORMATION : 1. 2. 3. 4.

inspection of work, documents, records. taking notes, extracts or certified copies of documents or records. taking certified samples of materials. obtaining information in the form of diskettes, floppies, tapes, video cassettes or in any other electronic mode or through printouts where such information is stored in a computer or in any other device.

5 (4) PIO/APIO may, as the case may be seek the assistance of any other officer as he or she considers it necessary for the proper discharge of his or her duties. 6 (1) REQUEST FOR OBTAINING INFORMATION:A person, who desires to obtain any information under this act, shall make a request in writing or through electronic means in English or Hindi, or in the official languages of the area in which the application is being made. The PIO shall render all reasonable assistance to the person making the request orally to reduce the same in writing. 6(3) Where an application is made to PIO requesting for an information about other office, such an application shall be transfer to appropriate authority to that other Public authority and inform the applicant immediately about such transferred. This transfer should be done not later than 5 days. 7 (1) Disposal:- The PIO should furnish the reply within 30 days for civil matters, after collecting the fee. Provided that where the information sought for concerns the life or liberty of person, the same shall be provided within 48 hours of the receipt of the request. .7(6) If the PIO failed to furnish the reply within 30 days, he should furnish the copies at free of cost. 7(9) An information shall ordinarily be provided in the form in which it is sought unless it would disproportionately divert the resources of the public authority or would be detrimental to the safety or preservation of the record in question.

8. EXEMPTION FROM DISCLOSURE OF INFORMATION:a)

b)

c) d)

e) f) g) h) i) j)

information, the disclosure of which would prejudicially affect the sovereignty and integrity of India. The security, strategic, scientific or economic interests of the State, relation with foreign State or lead to incitement of an offence. Information which has been expressly forbidden to be published by any Court of law or tribunal or the disclosure of which may constitute contempt of court Information the disclosure of which would cause a breach of privilege of Parliament or the State Legislature Commercial confidence, trade secrets or intellectual property, the disclosure of which would harm the competitive position of a third party, unless the competent authority is satisfied that larger public interest warrants the disclosure of such information. Information available to a person in his fiduciary relationship Information received in confidence from foreign Government. Information the disclosure of which would endanger the life Information which would impede the process of investigation Cabinet papers including records. Personal information like relationship.

8. GROUNDS FOR REJECTION TO ACCESS IN CERTAIN CASES;:Without prejudice to the provisions of section 8, the PIO may reject a request for information where such a request for providing access would involve an infringement of copyright subsisting in a person other than the State. 11. THIRD PARTY INFORMATION:- The PIO should write a letter to the concerned person within 5 days and the reply from him in writing and deal the matter with RTI. 18. POWERS AND FUNCTIONS OF INFORMATION COMMISSION:19. APPEAL 20. PENALTIES. Per day 250 at the max of Rs.25000/TIPS FOR PIO/APIO:- Many of the unwanted queries can be deflected by closely reading them in the light of the definition for the word “information” under section 2(f) by that merely question asking for clarification, reason for action can be very well refused. Delay at any cost should be avoided for when the matter is taken up before the TNIC they view the case as to the delay involved in the case along with the nature of the information sought for. In most of the cases, the Commission has rights to punish the PIO. The TNIC is actually directing the furnishing of information after 30 days free of cost involving section 7(6). Hence, if the information required involves heavy number of pages, action should be taken to the address the petitioner to remit the fee at the authorized immediately. By that the PIO can post pone the limitation of 30 days for giving the reply and also can avoid posting with copies of documents free of cost. The TNIC insists that the reply should be signed by the PIO himself. Unlike in other cases where in the S.O. or Supt. Is authorized to sign the fair copy. To monitor the movement of RTI rarely the PIO should ensure that his subordinates maintain a proper register for RTI papers. This will come handy at the time of sending the report to the TNIC for preparation of annual report. The PIO should at all times be careful not to ignore the summons from the TNIC . or otherwise it will lead to the legal complications. FEE: per page Rs.2 or actual cost of samples or models for inspection first one hour no fee and Rs.5 for subsequent hours. Floppy or CD actual cost.

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