The Forest Department is practicing in implementation of Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme and taking up forestry operations in the Reserved Forest Areas and outside. Raising of Plantations, Soil & Moisture Conservation works and Habitat Improvement works are being taken up in the Vana Samrakshana Samithies areas and Forest areas. Raising of Nurseries and Plantations in farmers lands, Public Institutions and Community lands and raising of Avenue Plantations, etc., are being taken up by the Social Forestry wing outside the Reserved Forest Areas.
Compensatory Afforestation Fund Management And Planning Authority(CAMPA)
The Forest is a complex ecosystem consisting mainly of trees that have formed a buffer for the earth to protect all life forms. The trees which make up the main area of the forests create a special environment which, in turn, effects the life of animals and plants that can exist in the forests.
Andhra Pradesh state is bestowed with two mighty river systems of Krishna and Godavari. The State has wide and varied vegetation types enriched by a variety of flora and fauna. Its varied topography ranging from hills of Eastern Ghats and Nallamalais to the shores of Bay of Bengal, support varied eco-types which in turn support a rich diversity of flora and fauna.
Many development and industrial projects such as erection of dams, mining activities, establishment of industries or laying of roads require diversion of forest land. For any project that involves diversion of forest land, Government or Private agency must apply for forest clearance before the Ministry of Environment and Forests (MoEF). If proposals for diversion of forest land which were submitted through the Forest Department of the State government in question, are cleared, then compensation for the lost forest land received towards Compensatory Afforestation (CA), Net Present Value(NPV), etc., is being deposited with Government of India and Compensatory afforestation programmes are being implemented in various states with each state having its own prescribed activities. Due to certain discrepancies in the implementation of Compensatory afforestation, some NGOs had approached the Hon’ble Supreme Court for relief. The Hon’ble Supreme Court in I.A.No.2143 in W.P.(C) No.202/95 on 10th July 2009(Annexure-I ) issued orders that there will be a Compensatory Afforestation Fund Management and Planning Authority (CAMPA) with a National Advisory Council under the chairmanship of the Union Ministry of Environment & Forests (MoEF) for monitoring, technical assistance and evaluation of compensatory afforestation activities in the country.
Objectives of CAMPA
Compensatory Afforestation Fund Management and Planning Authority (CAMPA is meant to promote afforestation and regeneration activities as a way of compensating for forest land diverted to non-forest uses. National CAMPA Advisory Council has been established as per the orders of the Hon’ble Supreme Court with the following mandate:
Regularly monitor and evaluate, in consultation with States, projects being undertaken by State CAMPAs.
Facilitate scientific, technological and other assistance that may be required by State CAMPAs.
Make recommendations to State CAMPA based on a review of their plans and programmes.
Provide a mechanism to State CAMPAs to resolve issues of an inter-state or Centre-State character.
Shall have the powers to order special inspection and financial audit of works executed by the State CAMPA by utilizing CAMPA money.
The Hon’ble Supreme Court also approved the guidelines prepared by the MoEF for utilizing CAMPA funds by an agency to be constituted in the states and to be known as the State CAMPA . These guidelines were notified by the MoEF, Government of India on 2nd July,2009 ( Annexure-II ).
Some of the important points in the guidelines are:
The State CAMPA would presently receive funds collected from user agencies towards compensatory afforestation, additional compensatory afforestation, penal compensatory afforestation, Net Present Value (NPV) and all other amount recovered from such agencies under the Forest (Conservation) Act, 1980 and presently lying with the Adhoc CAMPA.
Lay down broad guidelines for State CAMPA and utilize the funds collected for undertaking compensatory afforestation, assisted natural regeneration, conservation and protection of forests, infrastructure development, wildlife conservation and protection
Facilitate scientific, technological and other assistance that may be required by State CAMPA and other related activities and for matters connected therewith or incidental thereto.
State CAMPA would provide an integrated framework for utilizing multiple sources for funding and activities relating to protection and management of forests and wildlife.
Its prime task would be regenerating natural forests and building up the institution engaged in this work in the State Forest Department including training of the forest officials of various levels with an emphasis on training of the staff at cutting edge level The guidelines also talk about establishment of an independent system for concurrent monitoring and evaluation of the works implemented in the States utilizing the funds available shall be evolved and implemented to ensure effective and proper utilization of funds.
The State CAMPA would administer the amount received from the Adhoc CAMPA.
Aims and Objectives of State CAMPA
State CAMPA shall seek to promote:
(a) conservation, protection, regeneration and management of existing natural forests;
(b) conservation, protection and management of wildlife and its habitat within and outside protected areas including the consolidated of the protected areas;
(c) compensatory afforestation;
(d) environmental services, which include:-
(i) Provision of goods such as wood, non-timber forest products, fuel, fodder and water, and provision of services such as grazing tourism, wildlife protection and life support;
(ii) Regulating services such as climate regulation, disease control, flood, moderation, detoxification, carbon sequestration and health of soils, air and water regimes; (forest range level). In short, the
department would be modernized to protect and regenerate the forests and wildlife habitat.
(iii) Non-material benefits obtained from ecosystems, spiritual, recreational, aesthetic, inspirational, educational and symbolic; and
(iv) Supporting such other services necessary for the production of ecosystem services, biodiversity, nutrient cycling and primary production, Research, training and capacity building.
In sum, the prime task of State CAMPA would be regenerating natural forests and building up the institution
engaged in this task in the State Forest Department.
The Functions of State CAMPA
The Functions of State CAMPA shall include, inter alia-
(i) Funding, overseeing and promoting compensatory afforestation done in lieu of diversion of forest land for non-forestry use under the Forest (Conservation) Act, 1980.
(ii) Overseeing forest and wildlife conservation and protection works within forest are as undertaken and financed under the programme.
(iii) Maintaining a separate account in respect of the funds received from conservation and protection of Protected Areas.
(iv) creating transparency for the programme and mobilizing citizen support; and
(v) Earmarking upto two percent of the funds for monitoring and evaluation.
The AP State CAMPA shall be the custodian of the Compensatory Afforestation Fund.
The AP State CAMPA was constituted in the state of A.P. in September 2009 and CAMPA Scheme is being implemented in Andhra Pradesh from the Plan Period 2009-2010.
|Ongoing Works During 2020-21 in Mahabubabad Division|
|Sl. No.||Name of the Component||Unit||Phy||Fin||Expenditure up to August||Balance to be Incurr||Date of Completion|
|CAMPA – NPV Scheme|
|1||Maintenance of Gachakaya nursery||Nos||210000||3.507||2.109||1.398|
|2||Raising of nursery for peripheral trench mound stabilization||Nos||27500||1.056||1.056|
|3||c. Raising of nursery for Gap plantations||Nos||27000||1.620||1.620|
|4||Maintanance of nurseries for 2020 planting-8×12||Nos||259000||8.521||8.956||-0.435||COMPLETED|
|5||Raising of nurseries for 2021-8×12||Nos||187000||18.233||18.233||PRIMARY STOCK TO BE FILLED IN SMALL BAGS BY OCT 1, 2020 AND CONVERSION INTO BIGGER BAGS TO BE COMPLETED BY JAN 1,2021.|
|6||Raising of nurseries for 2022-4×7||nos||150000||3.945||3.945||PRIMARY BEDS TO BE FILLED COMPLETELY BY JAN 1, 2021 STOCK TO BE FILLED IN SMALL BAGS BY FEB 1, 2021 AND CONVERSION INTO BIGGER BAGS TO BE COMPLETED BY MAY 1,2021.|
|7||b. Raising of bamboo nursery for 2021 planting||Nos||14000||0.538||0.538||PRIMARY STOCK TO BE FILLED IN SMALL BAGS BY OCT 1, 2020 AND CONVERSION INTO BIGGER BAGS TO BE COMPLETED BY JAN 1,2021.|
|PLANTATIONS AND MAINTENANCE|
|8||Gap Planting with native forest species in viable gaps of not less than 0.50 ha in ANR areas @ 3mt distance & in 30 cu cubic pits/45 cms cubic pits||Ha||30||14.178||14.178||NOT COMPLETED AND WORK WILL NOT BE CARRIED OUT THIS YEAR|
|9||Raising of Plantations SMM||Ha||130.00||85.150||58.296||26.854||SOIL WORKING, CIRCULAR WEEDING AND INTERPLOUGHING AND UPROOTAL OF MAHAVEERA TO BE COMPLETED BY OCT 1, 2020|
|10||1st Year Maint., of Plantations SMM||Ha||20.00||5.700||2.015||3.685||SOIL WORKING, CIRCULAR WEEDING AND INTERPLOUGHING AND UPROOTAL OF MAHAVEERA TO BE COMPLETED BY OCT 1, 2020|
|11||2nd year of maintenance SMM||Ha||80.00||16.800||2.368||14.432||SOIL WORKING, CIRCULAR WEEDING AND INTERPLOUGHING TO BE COMPLETED BY OCT 1, 2020|
|12||Odvance operations SMM||Ha||90.00||25.830||25.830||SITE SELECTION TO BE COMPLETED BY JAN 1, 2021. ALL ADVANCE OPERATIONS TOBE COMPLETED BY MAR 1,2021|
|13||spillover for Adv. Opt in LI||20||4.720||4.720||SITE SELECTION TO BE COMPLETED BY JAN 1, 2021. ALL ADVANCE OPERATIONS INCLUDING STAGGERED TRENCHES AND PITTING TOBE COMPLETED BY MAR 1,2021|
|Laying of sampling / control plot and size of sample plot 0.1 Ha. (per plot)||Nos||83.00||1.195||1.195||WORK TO COMMENCE FROM 15 SEP,2020 AND TO BE COMPLETED BY 20 SEP,2020|
|Weed removal||Ha||150||11.930||11.930||WORK TO COMMENCE FROM 15 SEP,2020 AND TO BE COMPLETED BY 15 OCT,2020|
|Revisit of cultural operations of 2017-18 area||Ha||300||8.910||8.910||WORK TO COMMENCE FROM 15 SEP,2020 AND TO BE COMPLETED BY 15 OCT,2020|
|Cultural Operations||Ha||1637||96.583||96.583||WORK TO COMMENCE FROM 15 SEP,2020 AND TO BE COMPLETED BY 15 OCT,2020|
|Maintanance of fire lines of 2017-18 area||Km||25.40||1.626||1.626||WORK TO COMMENCE FROM 1 JAN,2021 AND TO BE COMPLETED BY FEB 1,2021|
|Maintanance of fire lines of 2018-19 area||Km||30.80||1.971||1.971||WORK TO COMMENCE FROM 1 JAN,2021 AND TO BE COMPLETED BY FEB 1,2021|
|Maintanance of fire lines of 2019-20 area||Km||55.00||3.520||3.520||WORK TO COMMENCE FROM 1 JAN,2021 AND TO BE COMPLETED BY FEB 1,2021|
|Creation of Fire Lines in ANR areas||Km||70.00||6.027||6.027||WORK TO COMMENCE FROM 1 FEB,2021 AND TO BE COMPLETED BY MAR 1,2021|
|c. Rock fill dams||Nos||100.00||9.000||9.000||WORK TO COMMENCE FROM 1 OCT,2020 AND TO BE COMPLETED BY 1 NOV,2020|
|a. Check dams||Nos||4.00||20.000||20.000||WORK TO COMMENCE FROM 1 OCT,2020 AND TO BE COMPLETED BY 1 NOV,2020|
|b. Percolation tanks||Nos||10.00||10.000||10.000||WORK TO COMMENCE FROM 1 OCT,2020 AND TO BE COMPLETED BY 1 NOV,2020|
|Digging of CPT along the RF boundries in the new areas.||Km||25.00||37.500||37.500||ONGOING WORK TO BE COMPLETED BY 1 MAR, 2021|
|Urban Forest Works|
|1st Yr maintance of Gap plantation||Nos||11110||4.222||1.200||3.022|
|Cultural operations||Ha||25||1.475||1.475||WORK TO BE COMPLETED BY 1 NOV,2020|
|Removal of Lantana||Ha||50||3.977||3.977||WORK TO BE COMPLETED BY 1 NOV,2020|
|Removal of Mahaveera||Ha||50||1.910||1.910||WORK TO BE COMPLETED BY 1 NOV,2020|
|Creation of Fire Lines||Km||10||0.861||0.861||WORK TO BE COMPLETED BY 1 JAN,2020|
|Check dam||Nos||2||10.000||10.000||WORK TO BE COMPLETED BY 1 NOV,2020|
|Percolation tank||Nos||1||1.000||1.000||WORK TO BE COMPLETED BY 1 NOV,2020|
|Forest Protection Component|
|FRO Building||Nos||1||34.000||34.000||WORK TO START BY 15 OCT, 2020 AND SLAB LEVEL TO BE COMPLETED BY 1 FEB, 2021 AND TOTAL WORK TO BE COMPLETED BY 15 MAR,2021|
|Spill over works for Dy RO Qtrs||1||31.635||31.635||ONGOING(SPILLOVER) WORK TO BE COMPLETED BY DEC 1,2020|
|FBO/ABO Quarters||Nos||1||24.000||24.000||WORK TO START BY 15 OCT, 2020 AND SLAB LEVEL TO BE COMPLETED BY 1 FEB, 2021 AND TOTAL WORK TO BE COMPLETED BY 15 MAR,2021|
|Creation of Inspection paths /forest roads||Km||30||24.000||24.000||WORK TO START BY 15 OCT, 2020 AND SLAB LEVEL TO BE COMPLETED BY 1 FEB, 2021 AND TOTAL WORK TO BE COMPLETED BY 15 MAR,2021|
|Maintainance of inspection paths /forest roads||Km||10||3.000||3.000|
|Bio-Diversity Conservation Component|
|a. Construction of saucer pits||Nos||20||2.00||2.000||TO BE COMPLETED BY JAN 1, 2021|
|b. Repairs to saucer pits||Nos||30||0.60||0.600||TO BE COMPLETED BY JAN 1, 2021|
|c. Filling of water in saucer pits||Nos||60||4.80||1.44||3.360||FEB-JUNE, 2021|
|d. Solar System for existing bore wells||Nos||2||1.00||1.000||JAN 1,2021|
|b. 1st year Maintenance of area where weed growth is removed during 2019-20||Ha||0.17||0.167||TO BE COMPLETED BY NOV 1, 2021|
|b. Planting of wild species with special emphasis on fruit bearing species||Ha||10||1.00||1.000||WORK NOT COMPLETED AND WILL NOT BE TAKEN UP THIS YEAR|
|C. Planting bamboo along Nalas, Streams, Rivers, Water bodies etc. (in Ha.)||Km||30||1.98||1.980|
|iii. Grass Seed Collection||Kgs||10||0.20||0.200||DEC 1,2020|
|Afforestation fund Scheme (TkHH)|
|2||Development of Urban Forest Blocks as Urban Forest Parks (UFPs)||No||1||176||63.000||ALL WORKS TO BE COMPLETED BEFORE 1 JAN,2021|
|3||1st Year Maint., of Avenue Plantations||Km||31||43.4||43.400||ONGOING WORK|
|4||2nd Year Maint., of Avenue Plantations||Km||20||14||14.000||ONGOING WORK|
|5||260 Publicity||5||5.000||TO BE COPLETED BEFORE 1 FEB , 2021|
|6||Conducting visits of School Children (Vana Dharshini)||3||3.000||AFTER REOPENING OF SCHOOLS|
|NHAI Avenue Plantations|
|1||Raising of Avenue Plantations along the National Highway-365 from Thanamcherla to Jamandlapally||Km||33.25||143.66||52.9604||90.700||PLANTATION TO BE COMPLETED BY OCT 1 ,2020|
|Ongoing Works during 2020-21 in Guduru (WLM) Division|
|Sl. No.||Name of the Component||Unit||Phy||Fin||Expenditure up to August||Balance to be Incurr||Remarks|
|CAMPA – NPV Scheme|
|1||Raising of bamboo nursery for 2021 planting||Nos||14000||0.538||0.538||PRIMARY STOCK TO BE FILLED IN SMALL BAGS BY OCT 1, 2020 AND CONVERSION INTO BIGGER BAGS TO BE COMPLETED BY JAN 1,2021.|
|2||Maintenance of Gachakaya nursery||Nos||165000||2.756||4.251||-1.496||Completed|
|3||Raising of nursery for peripheral trench mound stabilization||Nos||28600||1.098||1.098|
|4||Maintanance of nurseries for 2020 planting-8×12||Nos||111000||3.652||2.859||0.793|
|5||Raising of nurseries for 2021-8×12||Nos||120000||11.700||11.700|
|6||Raising of nurseries for 2022-4×7||nos||120000||3.156||3.156||PRIMARY BEDS TO BE FILLED COMPLETELY BY JAN 1, 2021 STOCK TO BE FILLED IN SMALL BAGS BY FEB 1, 2021 AND CONVERSION INTO BIGGER BAGS TO BE COMPLETED BY MAY 1,2021.|
|Plantations and Maintenance|
|7||a. 1st yr maint. Of Gap Plantation||Nos||1500||0.570||0.570|
|8||Raising of Plantations SMM||Ha||60||39.300||29.585||9.715||SOIL WORKING, CIRCULAR WEEDING AND INTERPLOUGHING AND UPROOTAL OF MAHAVEERA TO BE COMPLETED BY OCT 1, 2020|
|9||Raising of Plantations LIM||Ha||30||29.670||14.591||15.079|
|10||2nd year of maintenance SMM||Ha||40||8.400||0.935||7.465||SOIL WORKING, CIRCULAR WEEDING AND INTERPLOUGHING TO BE COMPLETED BY OCT 1, 2020|
|11||Odvance operations SMM||Ha||60||17.220||17.220||SITE SELECTION TO BE COMPLETED BY JAN 1, 2021. ALL ADVANCE OPERATIONS TOBE COMPLETED BY MAR 1,2021|
|12||spillover for Adv. Opt in LI||3.462||3.462||SITE SELECTION TO BE COMPLETED BY JAN 1, 2021. ALL ADVANCE OPERATIONS INCLUDING STAGGERED TRENCHES AND PITTING TOBE COMPLETED BY MAR 1,2021|
|13||Revisit Bund Stabilization||Km||63.53||4.384||0.414||3.970|
|14||Bund Stabilization New||Km||33.4||8.717||3.975||4.743|
|15||Bamboo Plantations along nalas & streams||km||20||1.500||0.952||0.548|
|16||Medicinal & Aromatic Herbs and shrubs on SGT trences and mounds||ha||50||2.500||2.500|
|18||Laying of sampling / control plot and size of sample plot 0.1 Ha. (per plot)||Nos||199||2.866||2.866||WORK TO COMMENCE FROM 15 SEP,2020 AND TO BE COMPLETED BY 20 SEP,2020|
|19||Weed removal||Ha||150||11.930||11.930||WORK TO COMMENCE FROM 15 SEP,2020 AND TO BE COMPLETED BY 15 OCT,2020|
|20||Cultural Operations||Ha||1863||109.917||109.917||WORK TO COMMENCE FROM 15 SEP,2020 AND TO BE COMPLETED BY 15 OCT,2020|
|21||Revisit of cultural operations of 2017-18 area||Ha||100||2.963||2.963||WORK TO COMMENCE FROM 15 SEP,2020 AND TO BE COMPLETED BY 15 OCT,2020|
|22||Broadcasting of treated forest species after raking the soil through cultivator/ country plough in viable gap areas not less than 0.5 ha.||Ha||1200||2.520||2.520|
|23||Maintanance of fire lines of 2017-18 area||Km||245.800||15.731||15.731||WORK TO COMMENCE FROM 1 JAN,2021 AND TO BE COMPLETED BY FEB 1,2021|
|24||Maintanance of fire lines of 2018-19 area||Km||10||0.640||0.640||WORK TO COMMENCE FROM 1 JAN,2021 AND TO BE COMPLETED BY FEB 1,2021|
|25||Maintanance of fire lines of 2019-20 area||Km||55||3.520||3.520||WORK TO COMMENCE FROM 1 JAN,2021 AND TO BE COMPLETED BY FEB 1,2021|
|26||Creation of Fire Lines||Km||90||7.749||3.818||3.931||WORK TO COMMENCE FROM 1 FEB,2021 AND TO BE COMPLETED BY MAR 1,2021|
|27||Spill over for creation of new fire lines||57.321||5.611||0.873||4.738|
|28||c. Rock fill dams||Nos||96||8.640||8.640||WORK TO COMMENCE FROM 1 OCT,2020 AND TO BE COMPLETED BY 1 NOV,2020|
|29||a. Check dams||Nos||4||20.000||20.000||WORK TO COMMENCE FROM 1 OCT,2020 AND TO BE COMPLETED BY 1 NOV,2020|
|30||b. Percolation tanks||Nos||4||4.000||4.000||WORK TO COMMENCE FROM 1 OCT,2020 AND TO BE COMPLETED BY 1 NOV,2020|
|31||Digging of CPT along the RF boundries in the new areas.||Km||26||39.000||11.319||27.681||ONGOING WORK TO BE COMPLETED BY 1 MAR, 2021|
|32||Spill over for CPT works||1.227||1.804||1.804|
|Forest Protection Component||0.000|
|46||FSO/Dy RO Building||Nos||1||29.000||29.000||ONGOING(SPILLOVER) WORK TO BE COMPLETED BY DEC 1,2020|
|47||Spill over works for Dy RO Qtrs||2||60.195||60.195|
|49||Creation of Inspection paths /forest roads||Km||29.925||23.940||23.940|
|50||Maintainance of inspection paths /forest roads||Km||20||6.000||6.000|
|51||Spill over for maintainace of Inspection paths/ roads||12.602||1.710||1.710|
|Bio-Diversity Conservation Component|
|52||a. Construction of saucer pits||Nos||40||4.00||4.000||TO BE COMPLETED BY JAN 1, 2021|
|53||Spill over construction of saucer pits||65||1.662||0.23||1.435||TO BE COMPLETED BY JAN 1, 2021|
|54||b. Repairs to saucer pits||Nos||40||0.80||0.800||FEB-JUNE, 2021|
|55||c. Filling of water in saucer pits||Nos||100||8.00||2.16||5.842||JAN 1,2021|
|Spillover Filling of Saucer Piuts||34||0.32||0.320||TO BE COMPLETED BY NOV 1, 2021|
|Spillover Construction of Mini PTs||2||1.40||1.399||WORK NOT COMPLETED AND WILL NOT BE TAKEN UP THIS YEAR|
|56||d. Solar System for existing bore wells||Nos||3||1.50||1.500|
|57||b. 1st year Maintenance of area where weed growth is removed during 2019-20||Ha||0||0.17||0.167||DEC 1,2020|
|58||b. Planting of wild species with special emphasis on fruit bearing species||Ha||10||1.00||1.000|
|59||C. Planting bamboo along Nalas, Streams, Rivers, Water bodies etc. (in Ha.)||Km||50||3.30||3.300|
|60||iii. Grass Seed Collection||Kgs||30||0.60||0.600|
|CAMPA NPV Grand Total::||167.593||2.386||165.208|
|Afforestation fund Scheme (TkHH)|
|Raising of Avenue Plantations||Km||10||22||22.000|
|Raising of Tall Plants for 2020 Planting Season||Lakhs||1||28||28.000||ONGOING WORK|
|Nursery Infrastructure||LS||2||5||5.000||ONGOING WORK|
|Development of Urban Forest Blocks as Urban Forest Parks (UFPs)||No||0.000||TO BE COPLETED BEFORE 1 FEB , 2021|
|Spillover works for 2018-19 & 2019-20||10.971||10.971||AFTER REOPENING OF SCHOOLS|
|1st Year Maint., of Avenue Plantations||Km||0||0||0.000|
|2nd Year Maint., of Avenue Plantations||Km||10||7||7.000|
|Maint., of Nurseries||No||0||0||0.000|
|Spillover works for 2018-19 & 2019-20||13.53||13.530|
|Conducting visits of School Children (Vana Dharshini)||3||3.000|
|TkHH Grand Total::||94.501||0||94.501|
|NHAI Avenue Plantations|
|1||Creation of water sources by constructing major Percolation Tank||12.00 each||1||12.00||12.000|
|2||Management of Natural grass land by uprooting obnoxinous weeds and sowing grass seed||0.20 per ha.||25||5.00||5.000|
|3||Creation of salt pits by digging shallow saucers||0.05 each||10||0.50||0.500|
|B)||Protection & Monitoring|
|1||Monitoring of wild animal movement at large PT constructed||0.25 each||5||1.25||1.250|
|2||Engaging a team of two trackers at each major PT site for monitoring wildlife movement||0.1 per person per month||2||1.20||1.200|
|C)||Strengthening of infrastructure|
|1||Approach treckpath to reach each PT including regular maintenance||0.5 each||1||0.50||0.500|
|2||Purchase of equipment||0.000|
|a) Binoculars (1 pair of Binoculars per each team) located at PTs||0.1 each||1||0.10||0.100|
|b) Hard disk (2 TB storage capacity)||0.07 each||1||0.07||0.070|
|c) Fire fighting equipment||LS||1.00||1.000|
|D)||Publicity & Extension|
|1||Errection of sign boards and hoarding (Educative & Interpretative)||1.00 each||1||1.00||1.000|
|2||Printing of Brochuers, publicity material, preparation of short film/documentary||LS||LS||1.00||1.000|
|3||Conducting nature treck and group visits to the developed site at Sl.No.1 and 2 (only for school children) and arranging light refreshments||0.1 each||10||1.00||1.000|
|Bio-SOT Grand Total||25.00||0.00||24.62|