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GOVERNMENT OF KARNATAKA

GOVERNMENT OF KARNATAKA Design, Build, Operate & Transfer Of PROVIDING PURE DRINKING WATER SUPPLY TO HOSADURGA

Design, Build, Operate & Transfer Of

PROVIDING PURE DRINKING WATER SUPPLY TO HOSADURGA TOWN AND 346 HABITATIONS OF HOSADURGA TALUK IN CHITRADURGA DISTRICT AND RAW WATER TO 113 HABITATIONS OF TARIKERE TALUK, CHIKKAMAGALURU DISTRICT, KARNATAKA STATE, INDIA.

(PHASE –I)

VOLUME-II TECHNICAL BID

THE EXECUTIVE ENGINEER,

RURAL DRINKING WATER & SANITATION DIVISION, CHITRADURGA.

VOLUME – II

CONTENTS

1. CONCEPT NOTE :PROJECTED POPULATION AND WATER DEMAND ( ANNEXURE-1) FOR PROJECT VILLAGES / HABITATIONS PROJECT AREA FOR DESIGN Etc

2. DESIGN CRITERIA

3. DATA SHEETS TO BE FILLED BY BIDDERS

PART - A : GENERAL SPECIFICATION

1.0

DESCRIPTION OF THE WORKS:

2.0

GENERAL REQUIREMENTS:

3.0

STANDARDS:

4.0

CONTRACT ADMINISTRATION

5.0

HEALTH, SAFETY AND WELFARE

6.0

PROGRAMME OF WORK:

7.0

INSPECTION AND TESTING OF PLANT DURING EXECUTION OF THE WORKS

8.0

TESTING OF PLANTS

9.0

TRAININGS

10.0

SPECIAL TOOLS, SPARE PARTS, TOOLS AND TEST EQUIPMENTS

11.0

OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE PERIOD

12.0

TEST ON COMPLETION FOR OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE PERIOD OF THE WORKS

PART - B : PARTICULAR SPECIFICATION

1.0

CAPACITY OF THE WORKS:

2.0

PUMPING STATIONS AND MECHANICAL WORKS:

3.0

WATER TREATMENT WORKS

4.0

PARTICULAR SPECIFICATIONS – ELECTRICAL WORKS

5.0

PARTICULAR SPECIFICATIONS – CIVIL WORKS

6.0

PARTICULAR SPECIFICATIONS – BUILDING SERVICES WORKS

7.0

PARTICULAR SPECIFICATIONS – INSTRUMENTATION WORKS

PART - C : PLANT MATERIALS AND WORKMANSHIP

PART - D ; PIPELINE WORKS STANDARD SPECIFICATIONS

PART - E : MECHANICAL STANDARD SPECIFICATIONS

PART - F : ELECTRICAL STANDARD SPECIFICATIONS

PART - G : CIVIL STANDARD SPECIFICATIONS

PART – H : INSTRUMENTATION SYSTEM STANDARD SPECIFICATIONS

PART – I : LIST OF APPROVED MAKES

CONCEPT NOTE

PROVIDING PURE DRINKING WATER SUPPLY TO HOSADURGA TOWN AND 346 HABITATIONS OF HOSADURGA TALUK IN CHITRADURGA DISTRICT AND RAW WATER TO 113 HABITATIONS OF TARIKERE TALUK, CHIKKAMAGALURU DISTRICT, KARNATAKA STATE, INDIA. Under DBOT

(Part of Special conditions of Contract)

1. OVERALL DBOT TENDER SCOPE

(i)

Traditionally, the projects for water supply are tendered in terms of what is known as “Item Rate” tender. In other words, the Detailed Scheme Report (DSR) and detailed design and technical estimate of the work are drawn-up in advance by the agency calling the tender. The bidders, in such a case, execute the already designed water supply scheme and bidding is basically on the cost of execution of a known design and DSR.

(ii)

In the present case the tender is for (i) Design (ii) Build (iii) Operate & (iv) Transfer. This methodology of tender has been selected for the following reasons –

a. Providing Water Supply to Hosadurga Town and Other 346 Habitations of Hosadurga Taluk Chitradurga District, & Enroute Uncovered Habitations Tarikere Taluk water supply project is a “Greenfield” water-supply project. Therefore, there are viable multiple alternatives in terms of design and technology (within the overall standards as laid down by CPHEEO & Other relevent Guidelines/Standards).

b. Further, the size of the project is large and major part of rural area of Hosadurga Taluka, Hosadurga town of Chitradurga District will get drinking water-supply over a geographical area spread over about 1416.4 sqkm. This means the design options are multiple.

c. The Tamil Nadu Water Supply & Drainage Board (TWADB) has executed DBOT projects on similar scale and experience has shown that the approach of DBOT can give more optimal solutions in terms of design and cost and also reduce execution time of the large water-supply projects.

d. KUIDFC has also used DBOT method to execute “Davangere Town Sewerage Treatment Plant”.

e. In the same lines, Gadag district entire rural habitations covering water supply scheme has been awarded and work implementation has started.

f. In this context the Cabinet approval has been accorded for implementation of this project on DBOT based tender in Phases.

(iii)

The (a) source of water, (b) population to be catered and their location (the water requirement at destination villages/habitations) shall be made available to the DBOT bidders as input data (c) as for as possible suitable Government land available for the components of the scheme be selected and bidder should get permission from the concerned departments wherever it is inevitable to locate any component in private lands, bidder has to make his own arrangements to procure required land.

(iv)

It is expected that bidders shall propose and prepare an optimal design to meet the drinking water supply requirement and actually prepare a Scheme Report as accurate as possible which will be the basis of contract. This Scheme Report shall be submitted as part of the Technical Bid

and same shall be evaluated by a Committee of Technical Experts. A bid which proposes a Scheme Report that is technically not sound, is perfunctory /superficial, and does not conform to actual field facts/reality and CPHEEO Standards & Guidelines shall be rejected at the stage of Technical Evaluation itself.

GENERAL

District Profile

CHITRADURGA Located at a distance of 202 kms Northwest of Bangalore, in the heart of the Deccan Plateau, Chitradurga is recognized as the land of valour and chivalry. The district headquarters town, Chitradurga owes its name to “Chitrakaladurga,” or “Picturesque castle”. This is a massive fortress on top of granite hills that rises dramatically from the ground. Archaeological remains found in the area, trace its history to the 3nd millennium B.C.

A rock cut edict of Emperor Ashoka, near Bharamagiri reveals that Chitradurga was part of the Mauryan Empire dating to the 3rd century B.C. After the fall of the Mauryans, this land was under the rule of royal dynasties like the Rashtrakutas, Chalukyas and Hoysalas. But it really achieved eminence, as a feudatory state of the Vijayanagar Empire, under the dynastic rule of the Nayakas or “Paleyars”, known for their heroic exploits. The most eminent of the feudatory chieftains, was Madakari Nayaka, who after the fall of the Vijayanagar Empire, declared his suzerainty and consolidated his power. This hill fortress built by the Nayakas during the Vijayanagar era, became their stronghold later. In 1779, the fort was captured by Haider Ali, who along with his son Tipu Sultan, was responsible for its expansion and strengthening. After Tipu Sultan’s defeat by the British, the fort came under the rule of the Royal Mysore family.

Chitradurga features bold rock hills and picturesque valleys, huge towering boulders in unimaginable shapes. It is known as the "stone fortress" (Kallina Kote). The landscape looks much like a mischievous giant's playground, with boulders thrown around, forming silhouettes against the sky. According to a story in the Epic Mahabharatha, a man-eating gaint named Hidimbasura lived on the Chitradurga hill and was a source of terror to everyone around. When the Pandavas came with their mother Kunti in the course of their exile, Bhima had a duel with Hidimba. Hidimba was slain by Bhima and peace returned to the area. Legend has it the boulders were part of the arsenal used during that duel. In fact, the boulders on which major part of the city rests belong to the oldest rock formation in the country.

Timmana Nayaka a chieften under the Vijayanagar empire rose to the rank of governor of Chitradurga as a reward for his excellence in military achievements, from the Vijayanagara ruler. This was the beginning of the rule of the Nayakas of Chitradurga. His son Obana Nayaka is known by the name Madakari Nayaka 1588 CE. Madakari Nayaka's son Kasturi Rangappa 1602 succeeded him and consolidated the kingdom to rule peacefully. As he had no heirs to succeed him, his adopted son, the apparent heir was enthroned but was killed in few months by the Dalavayis.

Chikkanna Nayaka1676 the brother of Madakari Nayaka II sat on the throne, and his brother succeeded him with the title Madakari Nayaka III in 1686. The unwillingness of Dalawayis to accept Madakari Nayaka III's rule gave an opportunity to one of their distant relatives, Bharamappa Nayaka to ascend the throne in 1689. He is known as dthe greatest of the Nayaka rulers. Somehow, the subjects of Chitradurga did not experience a good reign of the successive rulers as they ruled on the throne for very brief periods. The Hiri Madakari Nayaka IV 1721, Kasturi Rangappa Nayaka II 1748, Madakari Nayaka V 1758 ruled this area but there is not much to mention of their rule.

Taluk Profile

Hosadurga Taluk is in Chitradurga District around 200km from Bangalore. Agriculture is the main activity of this region. According to Dr. D M Nanjundappa Committee Report, Hosadurga Taluk is classified as Most Backward Taluk. The villages of the Taluka are having drinking water supply schemes with bore wells as source. Tarikere Taluka:

Ground Water Scenario The bore wells were drilled from a minimum depth of 64 mbgl to a maximum of 200.1mbgl. Depth of weathered zone ranges from 6.0mbgl to 27.0 mbgl. Yield ranges from 0.64 to 5.5 lps. Transmissivity ranges from 0.5m 2 /day to 75.88 m 2 /day. Storativity ranges from 0.07 to 0.21. Seasonal water- level fluctuation varies from 2.65 m to 3.37m. In Hosadurga Taluk, except the western part which falls under critical category, the rest of the taluk is safe. 22% of the taluk falls under over exploited category. Because of over exploitation the yield from bore wells dwindles down during summer and the water supply is affected and the villages face scarcity of drinking water.

affected and the villages face scarcity of drinking water. The present coverage is about 0-25 is

The present coverage is about 0-25 is 252 habitations, 25-50 is 33 habitations, 50-75 is 17 habitations, 75-100 is 44 habitations. In some cases the bore well water is contaminated with Alkalinity, Nitrates, Chloride, TDS, Fluoride, Iron and pH and other harmful chemicals. The Alkalinity contamination varies from 604.00mg/l to 2026.00mg/l of 42 Samples, Nitrates contamination varies from 98.00mg/l to 138.00mg/l of 16, Chloride contamination varies from 1005.00mg/l to 1330.00mg/l of 9 Samples, TDS contamination varies from 2166.00mg/l to 2400.00mg/l of 10 Samples, Fluoride contamination varies from 1.51 mg/l to 4.40 mg/l of 54 Samples, Iron contamination varies from 0.50 mg/l to 5.00 mg/l of 16 Samples, pH contamination varies from 8.53 to 9.00 of 18 Samples out of 920 samples.

Because of water quality issue and coverage the Elected Representatives of the taluk have requested the Government to provide potable and dependable water supply to the taluk. So it is necessary to provide safe and dependable water supply scheme to the villages and Town. The source of supply has to be dependable and water should be potable and free from harmful chemicals. This is possible if surface water (River or Tank) is taken as source with Water Treatment Plant.

Rural Drinking Water and Sanitation Department of Govt. of Karnataka is the agency responsible for planning and execution of water supply and sanitation projects in rural areas of Karnataka State.

RDW&SD has formulated a project for supplying potable water to all the habitations in the project area of Hosadurga Taluk from a sustainable surface source as a step towards solving the problem permanently. RDW&SD has prepared a Preliminary Report for the above multi village drinking water supply scheme for a general understanding and for broad guidelines.

The source of supply should be dependable and water should be potable and free from harmful chemicals. This is possible if surface water (River or Tank) is taken as source with Water Treatment Plant. Since demand of each village will be usually small we should go in for Multi Village Water Supply Scheme with common source and Water Treatment Plant. Then clear water should be transmitted to the service reservoirs/storage stand posts in the Habitations to be covered through Master Balancing Reservoir or Tanks and network of gravity mains, looking in to the topography of the area. In some cases where the village is located at higher elevation, intermediate sump with pumping arrangement will have to be provided for supplying water to such village.

2. POPULATION PROJECTION AND WATER DEMAND ANALYSIS:

2.1. POPULATION PROJECTION:

Projected population for different project years for each of the census village was calculated by various

methods considering past population values for years 1991, 2001 and 2011. As the said project is a mega project covering 346 Nos. of villages/habitations and Hosadurga Town, the design base year has been considered as 2020 with 3 years planning, execution and commissioning period. The project intermediate design year shall be 2035 and project ultimate design year shall be 2050. Based on past growth trend, the projected population value considered for each village is lowest value obtained from various projection methods. The total projected population of habitations in the project area for the project implementation year of 2020 is 3.08 Lakhs, project intermediate year of 2035 is 3.82 Lakhs and project ultimate year of 2050 is 4.8 Lakhs.

2.2. PROJECTED WATER DEMAND:

Water demand has been worked out for different project years considering per capita water supply rate of 85 lpcd as per Govt. of Karnataka. As practiced in RDW&SD rural water supply projects, 20% losses has been considered as transmission and distribution losses. Loss of water in WTP has been minimized by recirculating the filter backwash water (i.e., 5%). The summary of projected water demand as arrived for the project area is given in Table. As seen in said table, the total projected water demand for villages in the project area for the project implementation year of 2020 is 35.11 MLD, project intermediate year of 2035 is 44.36 MLD and project ultimate year of 2050 is 57.00 MLD.

   

Projected population

Requirement of Water

Immedi

Interme

       

Sl

Particulars

ate

diate

Ultimat

e stage

Immediate

stage

Intermedia

te Stage

Ultimate

stage

No

stage

Stage

2020

2035

2050

Liters

Liters

Liters

1

HOSADURGA RURAL

270772

321899

383455

28769526

34201772

40742095

2

HOSADURGA URBAN

37619

60213

96377

6348206

10160944

16263619

 

Total

308391

382112

479832

35117732

44362716

57005714

3

TARIKERE RURAL

83464

91876

101145

8868050

9761825

10746656

 

Grand Total

391855

473988

580977

43985782

54124541

67752370

3.0 SELECTION OF SURFACE SOURCE FOR THE PROJECT:

After experiencing short falls in ground water sources, other natural sources such as surface source were investigated. River Vedavathi flows through the taluk to get bridged at Mari Kanive dam. The River is one of the main source for drinking water for the town and villages of Hosadurga Taluk.

Vani Vilasa Sagar Dam located across Vedavathi river near Marikanive. The distance is around 40.0kms from source to Hosadurga Town. Using this as source other water supply schemes have been taken up and the requirement for this scheme will not satisfy because of total allocation for this dam is only 8.20 TMC. And River Vedavati is not sustainable or dependable since it is not perennial.

Bhadra Reservoir located nearby Lakkavalli village of Tarikere Taluk Chickamagular District across Tungabhadra River. The distance is around 80.0kms from source to Hosadurga Town. From this source water supply scheme can be taken up as it has more dead storage capacity and also the static head and distance are relatively less.

Tungabhadra Reservoir located nearby Mallapur village of Hospet Taluk Bellary District across Tungabhadra River. The distance is around 210.0kms from source to Hosadurga Town. Taking up water supply scheme from this source works out to be uneconomical the source is distance from the proposed area and the static head are high. Hence Bhadra Reservoir very is considered as source. A Multi Village Water Supply Scheme with Bhadra Reservoir as source is proposed for covering 346 Habitations of Hosadurga Taluk, Chitradurga District and covering 113 Habitations of Tarikere Taluk.

It is found that tapping water from Bhadra Reservoir the water requirements of Hosadurga taluk including all habitations and town are fulfilled. Also, the source is perennial and the static head is less when compared with the other source.

The water allocation for this scheme required about 0.873 TMC to cater the needs of Hosadurga taluk including all habitations and town and Enroute Uncovered Habitation Tarikere taluk. The Permission from the Government sanctioned through Letter No: WRD58MMB2013 Dated 22 / 07 / 2014 of 1.00 TMC.

Letter No: WRD58MMB2013 Dated 22 / 07 / 2014 of 1.00 TMC. 4.0 PROJECT PROPOSAL: Under

4.0 PROJECT PROPOSAL:

Under the proposed project, it is considered to draw required quantity of raw water from Bhadra Reservoir and supply to project habitations after treatment. The project components includes intake structure, raw water rising mains and raw water pumping stations, WTP, clear water bulk supply mains, master balancing tanks or reservoirs (ZBTs/MBRs), gravity feeder mains up to all habitations in project area These shall be designed for ultimate stage water demand i.e. 67.75 MLD. Treated water pumping

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station,intermediate pumping stations (IPSs), local lifting stations (LS), etc. The project villages are grouped into to clusters with each cluster having 15-18 villages. All the project components shall be designed for ultimate stage water demand of 57.00 MLD. The intake structure may be located at Bhadra Reservoir water spread. The raw water to be conveyed to ridge GLSR were the Tarikere requirement can be bifurcated, by pumping and to proposed WTP by gravity to be located within the project area. Intermediate pumping station shall be provided to avoid very high head pumping. The treated water from WTP shall be conveyed to ZBTs/MBRs at each cluster through a bulk water transmission main network. The treated water stored at MBRs shall be conveyed to existing OHTs in each habitation through a gravity feeder main network duly disinfecting with 0.5mg/lt of residual chlorine available at village OHT feeding point. Whichever village is not having any OHT, a separate OHT of 50% of ultimate daily demand or 10000 lt capacity whichever is higher with 7.5 m stating at the highest level in that village shall be constructed as part of this scheme. The design of the entire scheme as per the design criteria given elsewhere.

Phase – I

The Phase – I Works includes

1)

Head works consists of Intake well, Connecting main, inspection wells, unitized sump with pump

2)

house to accommodate HT motors, HT Panel, Boards, Control panels, Battery bank, EOT Cranes and gate arrangement for total ultimate stage demand. Pumping machinery (2+1) Manifold Surge protection.

3)

Express feeder with substation and 50% Capacity DG sets.

4) Raw water rising main to carry ultimate stage discharge and appropriate outlet points for

Tarikere taluk demand. 5) Construction of water treatment plant for 44.36 MLD making sufficient provision to make extension for later stage requirement of total capacity 57.00 MLD with all inter connection, automation, internal electrification, roads, drainage and Mechanical equipment with etc., Establishing of substation with express feeder for WTP and further pumping requirement with

50% capacity DG sets. Clear water storage sump, pumping station, pumping machineries for further pumping to ZBT’s / IPS’s and surge protection.

7) Clear water rising main to 92 Habitations, Hosadurga TMC and Phase – 2requirement to be carried to hosadurga town. 8) Construction of Intermediate pumping station with sump for ultimate stage and pumping machines for Hosadurga TMC separate line, ZBT’s – 2,4 and 5 Make necessary provision for other ZBT’s i.e. Phase – II.

9)

10) Clear water rising main to TMC, ZBT’s 2,4 and 5. 11) Construction of ZBT’s 1,2,3.4. 12) Laying of gravity main from ZBT’s 1,2,3,4. to Habitations OHT’s 13) Additional OHT’s for Habitations wherever requirement added. 14) Operation Maintains of the entire scheme for 5 years with SCADA, automation and Intergration to Phase – II .

6)

Express feeder and substations, along with 50% capacity, DG sets.

Phase – II

1)

The Phase – II Works includes Pumping machineries for further pumping to ZBT’s / IPS’s and surge protection.

2)

Clear water rising main to balance 254 Habitations.

3) Construction of Intermediate pumping station with sump for ultimate stage and pumping

4)

machines for necessary Habitations. Clear water rising main to ZBT’s 6,7,8,9,10,11,12,13 and 14.

5)

Construction of ZBT’s 5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12,13 and 14.

6)

Laying of gravity main from ZBT’s 5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12,13 and 14 to Habitations OHT’s

7)

Additional OHT’s for Habitations wherever requirement added.

8) Operation Maintains of the entire scheme for 5 years with SCADA , automation and Intergration to Phase – I .

5.0 OPERATION PHILOSOPHY FOR MANAGEMENT OF BULK WATER SUPPLY:

As the proposed surface water scheme is a mega project involving many project components including intake, IPSs, LSs, ZBTs, pipelines etc. which are interlinked with each other, manual operation of the scheme is difficult and requires huge manpower. In case of manual operation there are chances of human error and system cannot be synchronized completely to prevent overflows, water losses, and inequitable supply among habitations. Hence a comprehensive proven "Integrated Water Management System" shall be provided for the scheme for automated operation. The system provided shall include Integrated District Management System (IDMS), Water Management Districts (WMDs), Air Management System (AMS) and Reservoir Management System (RMS) or SCADA system for effective operation and maintenance of the scheme.

6.0 SECURING OF LAND:

The required extent of land for intake structure cum pumping station, WTP, clear water storage tank, pumping station, BPT, intermediate sumps, pumping stations, MBRs / ZBTs etc. shall be located on available Government land and if bidder proposes alternative, suitable land should be secured by Contractor only at his own cost, and transfer to ownership of Deparment. The lands secured by the Contractor from private sources shall be registered in the name of the respective gram panchayats only before starting the work. The Contractor shall secure in-principle agreement from land owners to sell the land. The value of lands shall not be higher than Guidance Value (fixed by GOK for 2014 - 2015) plus 50%. Also it is the responsibility of Contractor to obtain right of way / right of use permission from land owners and other Govt. agencies.

The tentative locations identified by RDW&SD, subject to final feasibility/ acceptance by bidder with the flexibility to choose his own alternative sites with minimum land acquisition at his own cost.

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No

Components

Tentative Locations Identified by RWS&SD

1

Head works

Water spread of Bhadra Reservoir

2

Raw water rising main

Along the road and byepass Tarikere town up to ridge and to WTP

3

Water Treatment Plant

Near Ahamadanagar

4

Clear Water Rising Main up to ZBT

All Along existing Roads

5

Intermediate Pumping Stations

One near Hosadurga Town

6

Locations of ZBTs

ZBT’s at higher altitudes comprising 15-39 habitations depend on elevation to deliver water by gravity

7

Clear Water Gravity Main from ZBTs to Habitations OHTs

All Along existing Roads from respective ZBTs to Habitations OHTs

7.0

TECHNICAL COMMITTEE

The Review and Evaluation Committee (Technical Expert Committee) to review and evaluate the technical proposal/PSR/Evaluation shall be formed with Chief Engineer RDW&S Dept and other expert members of credibility and independent standing – including experts from Premier Institutions/Organizations. The recommendations of this committee regarding the technical bid shall be final and binding.

8.0 SITE VISIT BY BIDDERS

It is essential to visit all the probable/feasible site locations by bidder and to produce documentary evidence having visited all the proposed locations.

9.0 PROPOSED SERVICE LEVEL

The present service level and the source has been mentioned in the population list and as per Karnataka Government’s Cabinet decision, it is proposed to provide 85 lpcd water and 135 lpcd to

Urban area.

FURTHER THE FOLLOWING CONDITIONS WILL ALSO BECOME PART OF THE AGREEMENT WHICH MAY PLEASE BE NOTED.

a) However, for the above package the firm has to provide 01 Nos of AC Car/ Jeep with Drivers, Consumables, Insurance tax etc till Completion of the project. And handover the vehicle to the designated officers of the Department after completion of the Project.

b) The firm has to provide standard PC, and its Consumables with Internet facility to the designated officers of the Board for project purpose at no extra cost till defect liability period.

Sr.

Specification

Description

1.

Processor

Intel Core-I7 with Intel HD 4 GB Graphics

2.

Memory

8 GB DDR3

3.

Storage

1TB with Latest SATA

4.

Graphics

Integrated Intel HD graphics

5.

Display

22” TFT/LED Monitor

6.

Operating System

Windows 10

ANNEXURE 1

PROJECTED POPULATION AND WATER DEMAND FOR PROJECT TOWN IN PROJECT AREA FOR DESIGN

   

Projected

 

Requirement at tapping point (2035)

Requirement at tapping point (2050)

Sl.

No.

Name of Village / Habitation

population

Supply

Rate

2035

2050

(LPCD)

Litres

MLD

Litres

MLD

1

Hosdurga Town (TMC)

60,213

96,377

135

1,01,60,947

10.160

1,62,63,621

16.263

 

Total

60,213

96,377

 

1,01,60,947

10.160

1,62,63,621

16.263

PROJECTED POPULATION AND WATER DEMAND FOR PROJECT VILLAGES / HABITATIONS IN PROJECT AREA FOR DESIGN OF HOSADURGA RURAL 346 HABITATIONS

         

Requirement at

Requirement at

Sl.

No.

Name of Village / Habitation

ZBT'S

Projected

population

Supply

Rate

(LPCD)

tapping point

(2035)

tapping point

(2050)

2035

2050

Litres

MLD

Litres

MLD

 

Phase - I

 

1

ALADAHALLY

 

1 1461

1740

85

155231

0.155

184875

0.185

2

BHAGASHETTIHALLI

 

1 1476

1758

85

156825

0.157

186788

0.187

3

KADADANAKERE BOVIHATTI

 

1 138

165

85

14663

0.015

17531

0.018

4

KONDAJI

 

1 858

1022

85

91163

0.091

108588

0.109

5

KONDAJI L.HATTI

 

1 225

268

85

23906

0.024

28475

0.028

6

KONGAVALLI

 

1 2276

2711

85

241825

0.242

288044

0.288

7

KONGAVALLI KURUBARA HALLY

 

1 932

1110

85

99025

0.099

117938

0.118

8

KORATIKERE

 

1 981

1169

85

104231

0.104

124206

0.124

9

MALALI

 

1 1862

2218

85

197838

0.198

235663

0.236

10

ADRIKATTE

 

1 959

1142

85

101894

0.102

121338

0.121

11

AHMEDNAGARA

 

1 947

1128

85

100619

0.101

119850

0.12

12

KUMBRAGUDLU

 

1 98

117

85

10413

0.01

12431

0.012

13

DASANAHALLI

 

1 265

316

85

28156

0.028

33575

0.034

14

HURLIHALLI

 

1 216

258

85

22950

0.023

27413

0.027

15

MARABAGATTA

 

1 930

1108

85

98813

0.099

117725

0.118

16

NERAGUNDHA

 

1 2132

2539

85

226525

0.227

269769

0.27

17

NERAGUNDHA GOLLARAHATTI

1

324

386

85

34425

0.034

41013

0.041

18

SANIHALLI

1

2770

3299

85

294313

0.294

350519

0.351

19

SHETTIHALLI

1

1779

2119

85

189019

0.189

225144

0.225

20

BAGUR

2

4228

5035

85

449225

0.449

534969

0.535

21

K.T. NAGARA

2

157

187

85

16681

0.017

19869

0.02

22

DODDARANGAIAHNAHATTY

2

280

334

85

29750

0.03

35488

0.035

23

IYLAPURA

2

680

810

85

72250

0.072

86063

0.086

24

KODIHALLI

2

1062

1265

85

112838

0.113

134406

0.134

25

PALYADAHALLY

2

349

416

85

37081

0.037

44200

0.044

26

ADVISANGINAHALLI

2

806

960

85

85638

0.086

102000

0.102

27

ARALIHALLI

2

1909

2274

85

202831

0.203

241613

0.242

28

BOKIKERE

2

1927

2295

85

204744

0.205

243844

0.244

29

K.K.HATTY

2

748

891

85

79475

0.079

94669

0.095

30

CHANNASAMUDRA

2

1656

1972

85

175950

0.176

209525

0.21

31

M.G.DIBBA

2

1420

1691

85

150875

0.151

179669

0.18

32

HONNEKERE

2

1475

1757

85

156719

0.157

186681

0.187

33

HONNEKERE G. HATTI

2

737

878

85

78306

0.078

93288

0.093

34

RANGAPURA

2

103

123

85

10944

0.011

13069

0.013

35

MACHANAHALLI

2

950

1132

85

100938

0.101

120275

0.12

36

BYADRAHALLI

2

431

514

85

45794

0.046

54613

0.055

37

CHIKKABYALADAKERE GATE

2

106

127

85

11263

0.011

13494

0.013

38

MUTHAGONADHI

2

423

504

85

44944

0.045

53550

0.054

39

KADADANAKERE

2

987

1176

85

104869

0.105

124950

0.125

40

G. LAMBANIHATTI

2

113

135

85

12006

0.012

14344

0.014

41

GAVIRANGAPURA BETTA

2

448

534

85

47600

0.048

56738

0.057

42

CHINNAPURA

2

631

752

85

67044

0.067

79900

0.08

43

SANKAIAHNAHATTY

2

185

221

85

19656

0.02

23481

0.023

44

LAKKENAHALLY

2

382

455

85

40588

0.041

48344

0.048

45

MADHURE

2

2813

3350

85

298881

0.299

355938

0.356

46

MANTENAHALLY

2

857

1021

85

91056

0.091

108481

0.108

47

NAGENAHALLY

2

2074

2470

85

220363

0.22

262438

0.262

48

SHIVANAKATTE

2

795

947

85

84469

0.084

100619

0.101

49

SIDDARAMANAGARA

2

160

191

85

17000

0.017

20294

0.02

50

YALAKAPPANAHATTY (S)

2

422

503

85

44838

0.045

53444

0.053

51

YALAKKAPPANAHATTY (NORTH)

2

460

548

85

48875

0.049

58225

0.058

52

ANIVALA

3

2173

2588

85

230881

0.231

274975

0.275

53

BALEKERE

3

1177

1402

85

125056

0.125

148963

0.149

54

HALEKUNDURU

3

578

689

85

61413

0.061

73206

0.073

55

HOSAKUNDUR

3

1038

1236

85

110288

0.11

131325

0.131

56

KUDUR G.HATTI

3

726

865

85

77138

0.077

91906

0.092

57

SRIRANGAPURA

3

1803

2147

85

191569

0.192

228119

0.228

58

BURUDEKATTE

3

1735

2066

85

184344

0.184

219513

0.22

59

BURUDUKATTE G.HATTY

3

385

459

85

40906

0.041

48769

0.049

60

RANGAIAHNOOR

3

308

367

85

32725

0.033

38994

0.039

61

CHIKKAMMANAHALLI

3

428

510

85

45475

0.045

54188

0.054

62

CHIKKAYAGATI

3

895

1066

85

95094

0.095

113263

0.113

63

NARINA FACTORY COLONY

3

183

218

85

19444

0.019

23163

0.023

64

JAMMAPURA

3

496

591

85

52700

0.053

62794

0.063

65

MALLAPPANAHALLY

3

3249

3869

85

345206

0.345

411081

0.411

66

ARASANAPALYA

3

87

104

85

9244

0.009

11050

0.011

67

KABBINAKERE

3

528

629

85

56100

0.056

66831

0.067

68

BEESANAHALLY

4

975

1161

85

103594

0.104

123356

0.123

69

BEESANAHALLY LAMBANI HATTY

4

483

576

85

51319

0.051

61200

0.061

70

DEVIGERE

4

2070

2465

85

219938

0.22

261906

0.262

71

GALIRANGAIAHNAHATTY

4

861

1026

85

91481

0.091

109013

0.109

72

GUTHIKATTE G.HATTY

4

661

788

85

70231

0.07

83725

0.084

73

GUTIKATTE

4

599

714

85

63644

0.064

75863

0.076

74

GUTIKATTE LAMBANIHATTY

4

699

833

85

74269

0.074

88506

0.089

75

JAYANAGAR FORM

4

142

170

85

15088

0.015

18063

0.018

76

JANTIKOLALU

4

1035

1233

85

109969

0.11

131006

0.131

77

KABBALA

4

959

1142

85

101894

0.102

121338

0.121

78

KALLAHALLI

4

328

391

85

34850

0.035

41544

0.042

79

KUMBARAKATTE

4

374

446

85

39738

0.04

47388

0.047

80

MAVINAKATTE

4

1198

1427

85

127288

0.127

151619

0.152

81

A.K.HATTY

4

810

965

85

86063

0.086

102531

0.103

82

SANNAKITTADAHALLY G. HATTY

4

2180

2596

85

231625

0.232

275825

0.276

83

HEBBALLY

4

1790

2132

85

190188

0.19

226525

0.227

84

LAMBANIHATTY

4

265

316

85

28156

0.028

33575

0.034

85

HERUR

4

1424

1696

85

151300

0.151

180200

0.18

86

HOSA KADIVANAKATTE

4

364

434

85

38675

0.039

46113

0.046

87

KADIVANAKATTE

4

182

217

85

19338

0.019

23056

0.023

88

KONDAPURA

4

1773

2112

85

188381

0.188

224400

0.224

89

KRISHNAPURA

4

457

 

545

85

48556

 

0.049

57906

0.058

90

NAGARAKATTE

4

1220

 

1453

85

129625

 

0.13

154381

0.154

91

THUMBINAKERE

4

466

 

555

85

49513

 

0.05

58969

0.059

92

KRISHNAPURA

4

321

 

383

85

34106

 

0.034

40694

0.041

 

Total

 

87828

 

104623

7820

9331737

 

9.332

11116208

 

11.12

 

Phase – II

 
     

Projected

population

 

Requirement at

Requirement at

Sl.

No.

 

Name of Village / Habitation

ZBT'S

Supply

Rate

tapping point

(2035)

tapping point

(2050)

 

2035

2050

(LPCD)

Litres

MLD

Litres

MLD

93

KORACHARAHATTY

5

1474

1756

85

156613

0.157

186575

0.187

94

HULLUKATTE L.HATTY

5

99

118

85

10519

0.011

12538

0.013

95

HULUKATTE

5

634

755

85

67363

0.067

80219

0.08

96

POOJARIHATTY

5

182

217

85

19338

0.019

23056

0.023

97

MASANIHALLY

5

647

771

85

68744

0.069

81919

0.082

98

MASANIHALLY GOLLARAHATTY

5

290

346

85

30813

0.031

36763

0.037

99

MASANIHALLY LAMBANIHATTY

5

229

273

85

24331

0.024

29006

0.029

100

RANGEHATTI

5

30

36

85

3188

0.003

3825

0.004

101

AKKITHIMMAIAHNAHATTI

5

715

852

85

75969

0.076

90525

0.091

102

BOCHANAHALLI

5

528

629

85

56100

0.056

66831

0.067

103

D.

BOVIHATTI

5

667

795

85

70869

0.071

84469

0.084

104

DEVAPURA

5

3162

3765

85

335963

0.336

400031

0.4

105

NAGATHIHALLI

5

485

578

85

51531

0.052

61413

0.061

106

GALABENAHALLI

5

182

217

85

19338

0.019

23056

0.023

107

HONNENAHALLI

5

3325

3960

85

353281

0.353

420750

0.421

108

KODIHALLI

5

1171

1395

85

124419

0.124

148219

0.148

109

NARSIPURA

5

593

707

85

63006

0.063

75119

0.075

110

BANASIHALLI

5

1593

1897

85

169256

0.169

201556

0.202

111

S.

ROPPA

5

351

418

85

37294

0.037

44413

0.044

112

D.

MALLAPURA

5

1222

1456

85

129838

0.13

154700

0.155

113

DODDGHATTA

5

2182

2599

85

231838

0.232

276144

0.276

114

H.ROPPA

5

281

335

85

29856

0.03

35594

0.036

115

DUGGAVARA

5

1368

1629

85

145350

0.145

173081

0.173

116

N.

BOVIHATTI

5

818

974

85

86913

0.087

103488

0.103

117

BOVIHATTI

5

767

914

85

81494

0.081

97113

0.097

118

GULIHATTI

5

1654

1970

85

175738

0.176

209313

0.209

119

THANIGEKALLU

5

1602

1908

85

170213

0.17

202725

0.203

120

NAGATHIHALLY

5

1870

2227

85

198688

0.199

236619

0.237

121

OBALAPURA THANDA

5

93

111

85

9881

0.01

11794

0.012

122

OBLAPURA

5

1992

2372

85

211650

0.212

252025

0.252

123

SOPPINAGUDLU

5

180

215

85

19125

0.019

22844

0.023

124

BENAKANAHALLI

5

864

1029

85

91800

0.092

109331

0.109

125

DEVARAHATTI

5

529

630

85

56206

0.056

66938

0.067

126

JANKAL

5

3627

4319

85

385369

0.385

458894

0.459

127

KAMSAGARA

5

220

262

85

23375

0.023

27838

0.028

128

KANTAPURA

5

1076

1282

85

114325

0.114

136213

0.136

129

MUDLABOVIHATTI

5

864

1029

85

91800

0.092

109331

0.109

130

VEERVANAGATHIHALLI

5

547

652

85

58119

0.058

69275

0.069

131

RANGAVVANAHALLY

5

921

1097

85

97856

0.098

116556

0.117

132

MAHALAKSHMIPURA

6

191

228

85

20294

0.02

24225

0.024

133

GORAVINAKAL

6

3117

3712

85

331181

0.331

394400

0.394

134

CHITHAIAHNAHATTI

6

786

936

85

83513

0.084

99450

0.099

135

HUNAVINADU

6

1852

2206

85

196775

0.197

234388

0.234

136

HUNAVINADU JANATHA COLONY

6

197

235

85

20931

0.021

24969

0.025

137

GOLLARAHATTY

6

794

946

85

84363

0.084

100513

0.101

138

JODISRIRANGAPURA

6

403

480

85

42819

0.043

51000

0.051

139

VADDARAHATTY & LAMBANI HATTY

6

673

802

85

71506

0.072

85213

0.085

140

KACHAVARA

6

412

491

85

43775

0.044

52169

0.052

141

KAPPAGERE

6

2310

2751

85

245438

0.245

292294

0.292

142

SIDDHAPPANAHATTI

6

586

698

85

62263

0.062

74163

0.074

143

HUNASEKATTE

6

780

929

85

82875

0.083

98706

0.099

144

SODARANAL

6

616

734

85

65450

0.065

77988

0.078

145

ATTIGHATTA

6

1423

1695

85

151194

0.151

180094

0.18

146

BILICHITHAIHNAHATTI

6

485

578

85

51531

0.052

61413

0.061

147

GORAVI GONDANAHALLY

6

1103

1314

85

117194

0.117

139613

0.14

148