Office of the Engineer-in-Chief (A.W) I&CAD Dept.,

Errum Manzil, Hyderabad

Proc.No. ENC/AW/P&M/EE/DEE-1/AEE.1/SoR 2020-21 /Vol.I Dt:01.06.2020

Sub: Schedule of Rates as per Telangana Revised Standard Data for the year 2020- 21 -Irrigation & CAD works(Part-I), Road & Bridge Works (Part-II), Building Work Items(Part-III) and Public Health Items (Part-IV)-Approved-Printing & Communication of SoRs - Reg.

Ref:1) G.O.Ms.No.49,I&CAD (PW:Reforms)Dept., dt:2.3.2009

2) ENC (PH) Lr.No. AEE(T)/DEE(T)/Sor 2020-21/2020-1 Dt.16.05.2020

3) ENC (SR & CRN) R&B Dept Lr.No. 5040/EE(R)/DEE1/AEE1/2020 dt. 20.05.2020

4) ENC(NH & Bldgs) R&B Dept Lr. No. DEEII/AE10/Bldgs/SoR 2020-21 Dt:21.05.2020

5) Industrial Consumer Price Index points obtained from Commissioner, Labour Department

6) Minutes of Board of Chief Engineers (BOCEs) meeting on finalization of Schedule of Rates 2020-21 held on 19.05.2020. -::o0o::-

  • The Government have approved Revised Standard Data vide ref 1st cited. The Schedule of Rates as per Telangana Revised Standard Data for the year 2020-21 is approved based on the following.
  • The Engineer-in-Chief (IW), I&CAD Dept., has furnished the draft rates proposed for Labour Rates and Basic data for Irrigation Items Part-I of Common SoR for the year 2020-21.
  • The Engineer-in-Chief (SR & CRN), R&B Dept has furnished the draft rates for the Part-II of Common SoR for Roads & Bridge items for the year 2020-21.
  • The Engineer-in-Chief (NH & Bldgs), R&B Dept has furnished the draft rates for the Part-III of Common SoR i.e., Buildings & Electrical items for the year 2020-21. The Engineer-in-Chief (PH), PH&ME Dept has furnished Part-IV of Common SoR for Public Health works items and Public Health Materials for the year 2020-21.
  • The draft schedule of rates for the year 2020-21 as furnished by the Engineer-inChief (IW), I&CAD Dept., Engineer-in-Chief (NH&Bldgs), R&B Dept., Engineer-in-Chief (SR & CRN), R&B Dept., Engineer-in-Chief (PH), PH&ME Dept were discussed in detail and finalized in the annual Board of Chief Engineers meeting held on 19.05.2020 at 11.00 AM in BOCE’s Conference hall, Jalasoudha, I&CAD Dept., Hyderabad.
  • The procedure for the adoption of Irrigation work items, lead & lift charges (Common to all departments) is incorporated in the Annexure-A of schedule of rates (SoR).
  • The approved basic rates are applicable to the datas as per Revised Standard Data approved by the Government vide G.O.1st cited.
  • The Government vide G.O. MS.No.15 T.R&B(R-1) Department Dt: 24.12.2014 have issued orders for adoption of MoRTH data by all Engineering Departments of Telangana State in respect of Road and Bridge works, with prevailing Standard Schedule of Rates in preparation of estimates. The Government approval is necessary to adopt any other data.
  • The lead & lift charges are common to all Engineering Departments. The detailed calculations are incorporated in the Lead & lift chapter in the I&CAD Works (Part-I) of Telangana Revised Standard Data.
  • One hard copy & compact disc containing Schedule of Rates is here with communicated.
  • No other items other than the items communicated by this office shall be introduced in the SoR.
  • The Heads of Department and Officers mentioned below are authorized to print the Schedule of Rates for the year 2020-21. The unauthorized printing & selling of the SoR is strictly prohibited. The Schedule of Rates for 2020-21 will be in force until the new SoR comes in to force.
  • Any discrepancies found (or) corrections required in SoR 2020-21 may be brought to the notice of the undersigned for issuing necessary corrigendum/ addendum.
  • The revised rates will come into force from 1st June of 2020.
  • The receipt of the proceedings may be acknowledged.

Encl: SoR 2020-21 containing Part-I (Irrigation & CAD works), Part-II (Road & Bridge works) Part-III (Buildings works) and Part-IV (Public Health works)

Sd/- B. Nagendra Rao;

Dt:01.06.2020 Engineer-in-Chief(A.W)

Irrigation & CAD Department and Chairman,

Board of Chief Engineers

I. Copy submitted to the Principle Secretary to Govt., I&CAD Dept., 6th Floor, B.R.K. Bhavan, Hyderabad for favour of information.

II. Copy Communicated to the following Heads of Departments along with Enclosures for information.

1. Engineer-in-Chief (NH & Buildings), Roads & Buildings Department.

2. Engineer-in-Chief (SR & CRN), Roads & Buildings Department

3. Engineer-in-Chief (P.H.), PH & ME Department.

4. Engineer-in-Chief (P.R.), Panchayat Raj Department.

5. Engineer-in-Chief (RWS) R W S & S, Department.

6. Schedule of Rates 2020-21 & Standard data, Part-1 (Irrigation & CAD works) placing in Web site of Irrigation & CAD Department for favour of information and necessary action.

III. Copy to the Superintending Engineer, Irrigation Circle, Irrigation & CAD Department, Red Hills, Hyderabad for necessary action

IV. Copy communicated to the DEE (computers) with a request place the Proceedings in I& CADD department website for wide publicity.

Sd/- B. Nagendra Rao;Dt:01.06.2020


Irrigation & CAD Department and Chairman,

Board of Chief Engineers


1. The SPIU (Irrigation), Centre for Good Governance (CGG), Hyderabad has developed software package linking the basic input data of Irrigation with approved data of Irrigation work items.

2. The lead and lift charges are common to all Engineering Departments. The detailed calculations are incorporated in the Lead &Lift charges chapter in the I&CAD works (Part-1) of Telangana Revised standard data.

3. The estimate sanctioning authority shall physically verify each and every Irrigation work item data incorporated in the estimate with basic input data before sanction of the estimate. Any lapses or arithmetic errors arising in the sanction of data’s /estimate due to adoption of the software package lies entirely on the concerned estimate sanctioning authority only.

4. Any discrepancies / corrections required for improper basic input data appearing in the approved data’s of Irrigation work items in the software package and hard copy of SoR & Standard data’s (part-1) may be brought to the notice of undersigned for issuing corrections.

5. Estimate Sanction Authority shall examine the Components/Materials/Items proposed for arriving finished rate in the Data. Any Items Components/Materials/Items not required for that work, can be deleted by the Estimate Sanctioning Authority while according the approval to Datas.

Sd/- B. Nagendra Rao;Dt .01.06.2020

Engineer-in-Chief (A.W)

Irrigation & CAD Department and Chairman,

Board of Chief Engineers




a). 25% extra over the basic rates on labour component of works is allowed in all Municipal Corporation Limits of Telangana except Greater Hyderabad (up to a belt of 12 Kms. from Municipal Corporation limits) and other corporations as notified by the Government from time to time.

b). 40% extra over the basic rates on labour component of works is allowed in Greater Hyderabad (up to a belt of 12 Km from Municipal Corporation limits). 2. 20% extra over basic rates on labour component of works is allowed in all District Headquarters and the remaining Municipal limits (up to a belt of 12 Kms from Municipal limits).


20% extra is allowed over labour rates for the works in the Jail compounds. Only equivalent number of Man Mazdoor shall be provided in the Jail premises and no women Mazdoor are allowed inside.


20% over basic rates on labour component of works is allowed for works situated within 10km belt of Industrial area of Jeedimetla, in Malkajgiri District, Lingampally, Tandur, Ibrahimpatnam and Kothuru in Ranga Reddy District, Patancheru, Ramachandrapur in Sangareddy District, Bibinagar in Yadadri-Bhongiri District, Wadepally in Nalgonda District, Nagapally (Centenary Colony, Begumpet “X” roads), Takkalapally, Ramagundam and Godavarikhani in Peddapally District, Manchiryal, Mandamarri, Bellampalli in Manchiryal District, Sarpaka, Kothagudem, Paloncha and Manguguru in BhadradriKothagudem district, Singareni Collieries area limits in Khammam and BhadradriKothagudem, Jayashankar-Bhoopalpally and Mulugu districts.


1. 25% extra is allowed for the works located within the interior Agency / Tribal limits, i.e. for the works located within & upto16 KMs from any all-weather route inside Agency / Tribal.

2. 40% extra is allowed for the works located within the interior Agency / Tribal limits, i.e. for the works located beyond 16 KMs from any all-weather route inside Agency / Tribal.

NOTE: a) No extra percentage is permissible in respect of Forest produce such as Bamboo, Rellu grass and for all materials obtained from outside the Agency / Tribal

b) The extra percentage under Agency / Tribal areas allowance may be allowed on the labour component and on the labour charges in the rates for conveyance of materials.

c) The extra percentage on cost of materials in Agency / Tribal areas can be allowed on the labour component only, if they are manufactured in the Agency / Tribal areas itself except Forest produce.


For Ghat Roads and other roads steeper than 1 in 20, the length of the road may be taken as 1.5 times the existing length of the road for the purpose of leads only for conveyance of materials based on the certificate for the Ghat Road given by the Superintending Engineer concerned. Foot Note: Under compelling circumstances, the concerned Chief Engineer can adopt the equivalent length of road as 2 ½ times of actual length. Note: Area allowances: If more than one area allowance (such as those) for (1) Municipalities (2) Agency / Tribal areas (3) Industrial areas are applicable for a particular situation, only the maximum out of the allowable percentages is to be allowed.



1) Trenches of not more than 2 meters in width : 25% extra


1) Up to 2 Meters depth : 25% extra

2) 2 Meters to 4 Meters depth : 50% extra

3) 4 Meters to 6 Meters depth : 75% extra

4) 6 Meters to 8 Meters depth : 100% extra

5) 8 Meters to 9 Meters depth : 150% extra

6) More than 9 Meters depth : 200% extra


1) Foundation of Buildings : 75% extra

2) For pipe lines where the depth is 1.5 times or more than the width : 75% extra

3) For pipe lines where the depth is 1.5 times or more than the width : 120% extra

4) Silt removal in restricted areas such as U.T’s., Culverts and Syphons. : 120% extra

5) Excavation of field channels : 75% extra Preamble-C

6) For narrow trenches not more than 2 meters in width and depth not less than twice the width and for excavation of road boundary drains, model sections of canals. : 75% extra

7) High berm cutting of not more than 150 mm average thickness and sectioning for roads : 50% extra

Note: 1) The extra percentage is allowed over Common item for all earth works (COM-MWRKManual Works) for corresponding soil and Standard data items. It includes the charges for all lifts and initial lead but does not include dewatering charges if any in respect of all the items under (A) and (B) above.

2) The above extra percentages in respect of excavation in hard rock for restricted places are to be allowed for (2/3)rd. of the cost and shall not to be allowed in respect of items involving blasting component which may be taken as (1/3)rd of the cost.


As per GO Ms No 37 Industries and Commerce (Mines-I) Dept., dated 29.05.2018, the Government have directed all the Engineering Works Departments to use Manufactured Sand (Rock sand) and natural river sand in the ratio of 50:50 in all the mixes of Cement concrete and in the items of works where sand is used earlier, to reduce the burden on Natural Resources and to make the sustainable ecosystem. Accordingly, the Manufactured Sand/Rock Sand shall be substituted proportionately in respective data items.


As per recommendations of Board of Chief Engineers dated 11.11.2016, and MoEF & CC amended Notification No S.O 254(E), dated 25.01.2016 all Engineering Departments shall mandatorily adopt Fly ash bricks and other Fly ash based products in Buildings and other allied works proposed within 100 Km radius of fly ash generating Coal/Lignite based Thermal Power plants in Telangana.


Packed Bitumen --- Rs 2.25 per Km/MT Bulk Bitumen --- Rs 2.00 per Km/MT (Round the trip)


Note: The rates of the materials indicated in the SoR are exclusive of Seigniorage Charges. Appropriate Seigniorage Charges for relevant materials as fixed by the Government from tim to time shall be kept in Part-II of Schedule-A i.e., under reimbursable items as recommended by the Board of Chief Engineers.

The concerned Technical sanctioning authority should ensure that the relevant Seigniorage charges of work items shall be reconciled separately duly excluding from the data, so that, the Seigniorage charges are not affected by quoted Tender percentage.

7. G S T (Goods & Service Tax): The GST (Goods & Service Tax) on Works Contract shall be implemented as per orders of the Government from time to time. At present, GST @ 5% on Works Contract where in earth work component is 75% or more and for all other works GST @ 12% will be applicable.


1) The Schedule of Rates (SoR) is formulated under four Parts, which are applicable to all the Engineering Departments and other Organizations under the control of Telangana State Government. PART -1: Irrigation& CAD (Dam and Allied Works, Canals and Allied Works, Canal C.D. Works, Tunnels and Allied Works, Preliminary and Maintenance Works, Hydraulic Gates and allied works and Leads and Lifts applicable to all Departments. PART -2: Roads and Bridges PART -3: Buildings including Electrical Works PART -4: Drinking Water Supply and Public Health (Only for works done by manual means)

2) Brief description of item of work:

Brief description of the item of work to cover all important aspects of the work included in the Data. On reading the description of the item, the user should be in a position to assess the various cost components involved in the work.

3) Data for assessing quantities:

The data reflects various assessments / assumptions made in arriving at the quantities of materials, machinery, labour and other in-puts. In case of plants and equipment the output of main plant is worked out and the requirement of all other inputs and assessed to match the output of the main plant. Cycle time of operations is the criteria for assessing the output of equipment. Generally, the equipment manufacturers furnish the output of machinery under ideal conditions of working. Suitable job and management efficiency factors are considered while working out the average output of machinery under field conditions. In case of combination of machinery and manpower, the assessment of manpower shall match the output of machinery.

Though cycle time of operations is the criteria for hourly / daily out-put of machinery work-force, the actual progress of work depends on several other factors such as power interruptions, minor break-downs, time for meals and other needs of work-force, stray rainsetc. Therefore, it is the general practice to consider 50 minutes as the actual working time per hour for working out the hourly / daily out-put of machinery / work-force. CWC / BIS guide-lines stipulate the actual working hours for the purpose of equipment planning and utilisation. The daily out-put is computed duly considering the actual available working time and feedback from the field.

• For gate and hoist works, it is the general practice to specify the quantity of work in terms of number of sets of embedded parts / gates. The requirement of machinery and work-force for cutting, bending, fabrication, erection, painting etc., is assessed to commensurate with the task involved.

• The data for gates and E.M. Parts is arrived per Metric Tonne (MT) quantity.

• The data for Hoists and Gantry Cranes is worked out on the basis of capacity in tonnage.

4. The lead and lift charges

provided in SoR are generally applicable and common to all Engineering Departments. Any item which is not covered in this part, the rates as provided in the data of the relevant works may be adopted in preparation of estimates.

5. Input Basic Materials

needed for all works are listed and incorporated in the data. The requirements are analyzed and the specifications adopted shall confirm to Standards published by the BIS.

• The labour and material rates will be communicated by the Board of Chief engineers. • Unless otherwise specified, all material rates shall be exclusive of GST.

• For Sand, Gravel, Murrum, Stones, Coarse Aggregates etc, the rates are ex-quarry/Stock yard, adding loading charges by machinery / manual means and idle hire charges of machinery as per table under chapter “ conveyance or lead and lift charges”, as applicable.

• For AC sheets, GI sheets, Hume pipes, wood and stone slabs, the rates are to be taken prevailing at major commercial centre near project area. The lead charges, as applicable are to be added in preparing estimates

• For Steel and Cement, the rates are delivery at site excluding GST.  The specifications of the aggregates for sizes and gradation and its adoption shall be as per IS 383.

6. The Labour

component in the data is mentioned for unit work.

• No allowance towards labour importation and labour amenities added extra as they are included in the recommended overheads.

• On Labour Component: Certain additional allowances are added extra to the wages of labour (,i.e. only on labour component in the work item) in the form of percentage, as recommended by the Government/Board of chief engineers due to statutory and other provisions.

7) Hire Charges Of Machinery:

The machinery and /or group of machinery For items of works and their output has been worked out based on the availability of machinery generally in the market and working in the field successfully, duly considering cycle time, idle time, operator efficiency, type of work etc.

• The hire charge of a machinery / equipment is worked out based on the guidelines published by CWC and BIS codes.

• For the other machinery not covered by the list, the R&B and other users may adopt hire charges as recommended by the MORTH.

8) Lead Charges

a. The high level committee has recommended to adopt, for conveyance by head load, a minimum lead of 50 meters and additional lead up to 150 meters in the intervals of 50 meters. Beyond 150 meters lead, only machinery rates are to be adopted.

b. The basic work item rates provided in the Standard Data & Schedule of rates include 50 m or 1 km as initial lead and no lead charges shall be allowed where the source of material is within the initial lead specified in item rate. Additional lead charges shall be allowed for the lead exceeding initial lead specified in the item rate. The Guidelines may be followed regarding adding Lead charges as given against each chapter.

c. For the materials where the basic rates are mentioned as “Quarry Rates” in the SoR, which includes initial lead of 1.00km lead charges are to be added for the lead distances from the approved quarries as applicable d. The lead charges per unit quantity for conveyance of the materials are worked out, and included in the schedule of rates in increment of 50 m for head load and in increment of 1 km for mechanical mode.

e. The rates for lead charges by head load up to 150 meters and by machinery up to 5 km, shall be cumulative and inclusive of lead charges for preceding lead. For lead beyond 5 km, the lead charges shall be worked out on per km basis.

9. Loading and Unloading Charges for Materials The following features are considered:

a. Loading and unloading charges are not payable for conveyance by head load.

b. Loading and unloading charges are not payable for conveyance by mechanical means, for disposal of excavated material unless specified.

c. The rates for unloading of materials except earth, sand, gravel, coarse aggregate, rubble, size stone and cut stone, are inclusive of stacking wherever applicable.

10. Lift Charges:

a. The data includes initial lift charges of 3.0 meters, for materials conveyance by head load, Additional leads in the interval of 1.0 meters are worked out, as additional labour input and incorporated in the chapter on” Lead and lifts”

b. Where the conveyance / lifting of material is done by mechanical means, lift charges shall not be considered, as the cycle time of operation of the machine includes lifts involved.

c. The data and rates for lift charges is cumulative and are inclusive of rates for preceding lifts also.

11. Wastage of Materials a) Cement: No wastage allowance is recommended towards the quantity of cement used in works, as the wastage is already included in the input and in major works bulk quantities are used.

b) Steel:

The wastage of steel @ 2.5% is allowed for gates and allied structures. For RCC works the wastage is @2.5% for the reinforcement rods above 36mm dia. and @ 5% for rods below 36mm dia. including overlaps, if they are not welded. If welding is adopted for the reinforcement rods even for below 36mm dia, 2.5% of wastage is only recommended.

12.In Respect of RCC Works, the rate for cement concrete for 1 cum is worked out separately for all grades based on Indian Standards. The rate of Reinforcement steel per MT is calculated separately and to be added in the estimates of RCC works as a separate item.

13.Soil Classification:

The Committee recommended to allow uniform classification of soils for all Departments and data is worked out accordingly.

1. All soils

2. Marshy soil

3. Ordinary rock (Not Requiring Blasting),

4. Hard rock a. Hard Rock (Requiring Blasting)

b. Hard Rock (Controlled Blasting)

c. Removable by Chiseling (Blasting Prohibited)

14. Use of Super Plasticizers and Admixtures:

Concrete admixtures such as Air-Entraining Agent (AEA) / Water reducing agent can be used advantageously for better quality concrete. The high level committee has recommended to adopt for super plasticizers and admixtures at 0.4% on cement for concrete work as per MORTH standards for batching plants.

15.Contractors overheads, profit and other provisions:

a) The provisions allowed in G.O.Ms.No.94, I&CAD, dated 01.07.03, need not be added separately for the items covered in the contractor overhead charges.

b) For all Road & Bridge works Overheads & Contractors profit shall be allowed as specified in the MoRTH Stardard Data Book.

c) Overheads and Contractor’s profit @ 13.615% shall be allowed in the data which includes labour importation and amenities etc. as mentioned below. The overhead charges include the following elements:

i. Site accommodation, setting up plant, access road, water supply, electricity and general site arrangements.

ii. Office furniture, equipment and communications

iii. Expenditure on:

a. Corporate office of contractor

b. Site supervision

c. Documentation and “as built” drawings

iv. Mobilisation/ De-Mobilisation of resources

v. Labour camps with minimum amenities and transportation to work sites.

vi. Light vehicles for site supervision including administrative and managerial requirements.

vii. Laboratory equipment and quality control including field and laboratory testing.

viii. Minor T & P and survey instruments and setting outworks, including verification of line, dimensions, trial pits and bore holes, where required.

ix. Watch and ward

x. Traffic management during construction

xi. Expenditure on safeguarding environment

xii. Sundries

xiii. Financing Expenditure

16.Role of Central Competent Agency For Schedule Of Rates (Board Of Chief Engineers)

a) The Board of Chief Engineers under the Chairman ship of Engineer-in- Chief, (Administration) I&CAD Department is the competent authority to finalize and recommend the Schedule of Rates applicable for all Engineering Departments. The Board has to assess and incorporate only the three basic inputs required to generate unit work item rates as below.

1. Basic rates of labour:

Wages of labour commonly required in execution of works has to be arrived and incorporated in the schedule of rates (Basic input of Labour wages), without adding extra towards area allowances (like municipality allowance, tribal area and ghat road allowances etc, which shall be added to the rates where applicable in the form of separate percentage as explained in the preceding paras. The rates shall be the prevailing daily rates in the State and shall not be less than the minimum wages fixed by the Government from time to time.

2. Materials Rates:

The basic input material rates common to all departmental works are listed out and incorporated (in the chapter “Basic inputs”) The material specifications adopted shall confirm to Standards published by the BIS. The Prevailing market rates for all basic input materials shall be obtained from the major commercial centers near the project areas. Average of the rates, ignoring freak rates, shall be reckoned as the prevailing market rate excluding all taxes viz., GST. For sand, gravel, murrum, stones, aggregates etc., the rates are ex-quarry/stock yard including loading charges and idle hire charges. For steel, Cement, AC sheets, GI sheets, Hume pipes, wood and stone slabs, the rates prevailing at major commercial centre near project area has to be adopted.

3. Use Rate of Machinery:

The third parameter for incorporation in the Basic Inputs, is the use rate of machinery. To arrive at the use rate of machinery, the inputs to be incorporated are i. The list and capital cost of machinery required to be used in the construction activity, The rate has to be obtained from major manufacturers and outlet sources and the rate shall be the current market price excluding all taxes and duties i.e G.S.T etc. and including freight charges

ii. The prevailing fuel charges of petrol and diesel are ascertained and average rate adopted

iii. Borrow rate of interest as fixed by the Government/competent authority be indicated.

iv. For the other machinery not covered by the list, the R&B and other users may adopt hire charges as recommended by the MORTH

b) The Chairman, Board of Chief Engineers(BOCEs) or competent authority appointed by the Government, based on the approved basic inputs, load the above three basic parameters in the software program. The unit rate of all works including hire charges of all machinery will be generated automatically for adoption.

The Chairman, BOCEs shall communicate the uniform Schedule of rates arrived from Standard Data, to all users for uniform and direct adoption in all infrastructure Departments, as applicable.

Sd/- B.Nagendra Rao Dt 01.06.2020

Engineer-in-Chief (AW) I & CAD Department and Chairman,

Board of Chief Engineers

ANNEXURE (For Buildings)

1) The Committee comprising of Chief Engineers of departments in-charge of execution of building works for finalization of Standard Schedule of Rates for Buildings (Electrical & Civil), constituted vide G.O. Rt. No: 471 TR&B (R-1) Dept., Dt. 20.4.2007, has agreed to have a separate ‘Schedule of Rates’ for Buildings (Civil & Electrical). The meeting of the above “SoR Committee for Telangana Buildings (Civil & Electrical)” was convened on 18-05- 2020 with an objective to finalize and release the Telangana Buildings-SoR: 2020-21. 2) The rates of labour, common materials & work items, Public Health items, conveyance rates of materials & hire charges approved and published in Common SoR-2020-21 remain applicable. The specifications, stipulations & all other conditions of Common-SoR other than those specified in this context remain applicable.

3) The committee of Chief Engineers on Buildings-SoR: 2020--21 (Civil & Electrical) has met in the chambers of Engineer-in-Chief (R&B), Buildings & NH on 18.05.2020 at 11.00 A.M. and approved the Telangana Buildings SoR: 2020-21.

4) SSR Rates for Civil, Sanitary & water supply items are purely for the guidance of the officers in preparation of estimates vide Para 113 of APPWD code. Authority who prepares the estimate is however responsible for proper rates as envisaged in Para 45 of APPWD code.

5) The rates published in the Buildings SoR are ceiling rates and the estimate preparing authorities are responsible for the correctness and reasonableness of the rates and technical specifications adopted in the estimates.

6) Over Heads and Contractor’s profit @13.615% shall be allowed in all Building works.

7) Water Lead Charges:


The following labour is allowed for conveyance of water for every ½ Kilometer lead or part there of over the initial lead of ½ kilometer.

a) Cement Concrete : 1.5 Women Mazdoor/Cum.

b) Masonry : 1.0 Woman Mazdoor/Cum.

c) Plastering : 0.5 Woman Mazdoor/10 Sq.m

Note: - For Water leads of over 2 KMs, specific approval of Chief Engineer concerned is necessary.