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RP597 v1 Government of Uttar Pradesh Public Works Department

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									                                                    RP597
                                                            v1
Government of Uttar Pradesh
Public Works Department
Lucknow, India



                                       RESETTLEMENT
                                       ACTION PLAN
                                       (FINAL REPORT)


September2007




                              Bridge on RiverGhagharaof Chahlan'
                              GhatonSifapur-BahraichRoad




                                                  FundingAgency:

OperationsResearchGroup Pvt. Ltd.               The World Bank
                                    TABLE OF CONTENTS



Page

        EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
1-9

        INTRODUCTION
10-13

        Project Description
10

        Social Impact Assessment
10

        STUDY METHODOLOGY
14-15

        Introduction
14

        Social Assessment Process
14

        Consultation Methodology
14

        Identification of Affected Plots
14

        Collection of Data from Secondary Sources
15

        RESETTLEMENT POLICIES AND LEGAL FRAMEWORK
16-20

        Background
16

        Entitlement Categories
16

3.2.1 Project Affected Families
16

3.2.2 Project Affected Persons
17

3.2.3 Project Affected Group (PAGs)
18
      Entitlement Matrix
18

      Land Acquisition
19

3.4.1 Land Acquisition Through Private Negotiation
19

3.4.2The Uttar Pradesh Land Acquisition (Determination of Compensation
and      20
      Declaration of Award By Agreement) Rules, 1997

      ABOUT THE STATE AND SURVEY RESULTS

      Socio-Demographic Profile of the State

4.1.lDemography

4 1.2 Topography and Climate

4.1.3 Land Use

4.1.4 Administrative Structure

      Macroeconomic Overview

4.2.1 State Domestic Product

4.2.2 Eighth Five Year Plan (1992193-1996197)

4.2.3 Ninth Five Year Plan (1996197-2001102)

4.2.4 Tenth Fiver Year Plan (2002103-2006107)

      Economic Growth Forecasts

      Census and Socio-Economic Survey Analysis

      Objectives of the Census and Socio-Economic Surveys

4.5.1 The Objectives of the Census Verification Survey Were:

4.5.2 The Objectives of the Socio-Economic Survey Were:

4.5.3 Categories of Properties Affected

4.5.4 Socio-Cultural Characteristics

4.5.5 Resource Base of the Affected Families

4.5.6 Need for Data Up-date and Mechanism to Conduct Update

4.5.7 Analysis of Alternatives
                                                                    Page

     COMMUNITY PARTICIPATION                                        40-
47

      lntroduction
40

     Consultation and Participation Mechanisms
40

     The Process
41

5.3.1 State Level Consultation
41

5.3.2 District Level Consultations
42

5 3.3 Local Level Consultations
44

      Continuation of Public Consultations
44

      LAND ACQUISITION AND IMPACT ON ASSETS                         48-
49

      Land Acquisition Estimate
48

      Options Preferred by PAPs
49

      Land Required for Ancillary Activities
49

      IMPACT ON WOMEN AND OTHER VULNERABLE GROUPS                   50-
55

      Impact on Women
50

7.1.lParticipation Of Women In The Project
52

7.1.2 Women Involvement In Development Process Through Employment
52

7.1.3 Specific Provisions in the Construction Camp for Women
53
      Assistance to Other Vulnerable Groups Under R&R Policy
54

      Impact on Families Below Poverty Line
55

      INCOME RESTORATION                                       56-
65

      Background
56

      lncome Restoration Measures under R&R Policy
56

      lncome Restoration Options Preferred by PAPs
56

      Inter-Agency Linkages for lncome Restoration
57

      Steps in lncome Restoration
58

8.5.1 Information on Economic Activities of PAPs
58

8.5.2Categories of Impacts
59

      Alternative Individual lncome Restoration Scheme
59

8.6.1 Basis for Identification of Alternative IR Scheme
59

8.6.2 Non Land Based IR Schemes
60

      Training
61

      Institutions
62

      Monitoring of IR Schemes
62

      INSTITUTIONAL ARRANGEMENTS                               66-
70

      Background
66
     The Process
66

     Need for NGOlCBO
67

     Role of NGO
68

     District Level Committees
69

     Training and Capacity Building
69

     Areas of Capacity Building
69

     GRIEVANCE REDRESS MECHANISM            71-
73

     Need for Grievance Redress Mechanism
71

     Functions of the Committee
71
Page

11.0          MONITORING AND EVALUATION
74-78

11.1          Introduction
74

11.2          Process and Output Indicators
74

       11 2.1 The Objectives of the Internal Monitoring
74

       11.2.2 Information Required for Internal Monitoring
75

       11.2.3 Monitoring and Reporting Systems
75

       11.2.4 External Monitoring
75

       11.2.5 The Objectives of the External Monitoring
75

       11.2.6 The Informations Required for External Monitoring
75

       l 1 2.7 Monitoring and Reporting Systems
76

11.3          Organisation Issues: Overall R&R Monitoring and Evaluation
System                  76

11.4          Monitoring Project Input and Output
77

12.0          IMPLEMENTATION SCHEDULE
79-85

12.1          Background
79

12.2          Implementation Procedure
79

12.3          Land Acquisition Process
79

12.4          Implementation Responsibility
79
12.5         Community Participation in the Implementation of RAP
83

12.6         Tasks for NGO in Implementation and Tentative Methodology
83

13.0         COSTS AND BUDGET
86-88

13.1          Introduction
86

       13.1.1 The Land Value
86

13 2          Income Generation and Vocational Training
86

13.3         Transitional Allowance
86

13.4          Economic Rehabilitation Grant
86




                                        LIST OF ANNEXURE

Annex 1    Schedule for Census and Socio-Economic Survey
A I- l
Annex 2    Resettlement and Rehabilitation Policy
A2-1
Annex 3    Entitlement cum Photo Identity Card
A3-1
Annex 4    Details of Plots Getting Affected Due to Ghaghara Bridge at
Chahrali Ghat   A4-1
Annex 5    TOR for NGOs for Implementing the Resettlement Action Plan
(RAP)            A5-1
Annex 6    Consultancy for Monitoring and Evaluation of lmplementation of
Resettlement A6-1
           Action Plan




                                              ( iii )
ResettlementAction Plan
Operations Research Group


                                  RESETTLEMENTACTION PLAN

                                          EXECUTIVE SUMMARY




7hc overall objective of the RAP 1s to ensure that all PAPs at least
regain their status of living they
had prior to the project implementation or improve upon that. The
specific objectives of this RAP are
to
    Ident~fythe PAP5 by the type of loss and extent of damage
    Categorise entitled persons (EPs) according to the eligibility
criteria of the R&R policy of UP SRP.
    Work out entitlements for each EP based on the criteria as laid down
in the R&R policy of the
    project
    Ensure that all PAPs are aware of their entitlements under the policy
and participate act~velyIn
    the p1olect
    Idetit~tyland for resettlement ar~dthe preferences of the PAPSfor
then relocation
    iIt.1clop ~nstitutionnlsupport for implementation of the R&R process.
    Evolve a suitable mechanism for monitoring and evaluation of the R&R
process and indicate the
    paranieters for monitoring
    I'hase the implementation of RAP through NGO, which is described in
the subsequent sectlons


The RAP components are:
    Introduction and methodology
    Legal Framework and Resettlement Policy
    Census Results
    I'ubl~cConsultations

0   I and Atcluis~t~or~
    111comrResto~at~on
    Institutional Arrangements
    Grievance Redress Mechanism
    Mon~toringand Evaluation
    Ini~.>lemer~tation,Schedule
    Fqttmated Budget for implementation


\%'h~lt>the policy document describes what need to be done, why and how,
the act~onplan describes
In more deta~lhow, when by whom the activities will be carr~edout.
7 he ciocument has been prepared based on information collected during
December 2004, January
2006 and in March 2007 on bridge approaches and guide bund. The survey
~nethodologyused were:
    C ensus verification and socio-economic survey using pre-tested
structured questionnaire
    C;~.oupI)iscuss~onw ~ t hpotentially affected population at vlllage
level




Poverty alleviation is one of the objectives of World Bank aided
projects. On the similar lines, Project
011its implementation is expected to bring in rural prosperity in the
area. The following benefits are
eupected from the project:




Government of Uttar Pradesh, Public Works Department,Lucknow, India
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Resettlement Actlon Plan
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      The project will bring in connectivity, which in turn will result
in evenly spread of
      industrialisation and other economic activities. This in turn will
bring in prosperity to the project
      areas.
m     lncrease in employment opportunities (direct and indirect,
permanent and temporary, as well as
      for short and long term), access to various amenities, increase in
business opportunities, increase
      in avnilability of passenger transport services are some of the
other expected benefits.




C'ertc~iiinegative social impacts are inherent with any developmental
project. Similarly because of this
project, 361 agricultural Plots would be acquired many of them would be
economically unviable.
Such farmers would be compensated as per R&R framework of UPSRP.


LAND REQUIREMENT AND ACQUISITION PROCESS


,l h(> construction of bridge approaches and guide bund will entail land
accluisition. A total of
ayproximatelv 50.8937 hectare of land will be acquired. The land will be
acquired through private
negc'tiation. 'lhe proposed acquisition will be in two districts and 6
villages.




The overall affect of the proposed bridge approaches has been on
agriculture land. A total of 396
fciiiiilieswill be affected, which in turn will affect 927 persons. 548
males and 379 females would be
affected by the proposed bridge. Majority of the PAPs are other backward
caste, scheduled castes and
g i ' i ~ r ~ ~ l
            castes. 168 vulnerable households have been identified and
they will be supported under the
I<&[< Policy of the project. Among the vulnerable, 21 are women headed
households, 50 belong to
scheduled caste category and 97 are below poverty line.Hiriduism has
niass following in the project area.
Approxi~iiately339 of the total PAPs are engaged in some economically
gainful activity and hence are
in the category of main workers. The survey result shows, agriculture to
be the main occupation of
the PAPS. Income from these sources was added up and weighted average was
taken to arrive at
avc,rage annual income figure.


l'he household assets recorded during the sample socio-economic survey
includes; livestock,
ho~~selioldfurniture, utensils, durables, etc. Sinall agriculture tools
like hoe or sickle is possessed by
all tlie families holding land followed by plough (either wooden or
iron). Ownership of tractor and
thrasher is also less than one per family in the project.




The Resettlenient and Rehabilitation (R&R)policy prepared by Project CO-
coordmatmgConsultants
(I1(    ) tor Uttnr Praclesli Public Works Department (UP PWD) and
approved by Governnient of Uttar
Iil,ttlc,si. is based on World Bank's Operational Direct~ves(OD) 4.30'
and 4 20' for resettlement of
i~ikoii~ntnr~ly   displaced persons and ind~genouspeople. The action plan
has been prepared based on
tlie broad outlines laid down in the policy. The principle of the R&R
policy is the guiding philosophy
to provide a development approach to resettle and rehabilitate the people
affected by project I11
pal ticular:


      \Yherever possible, displacement will be reduced on or avoided
altogether by sensitive design of
      civ~lworks (e.g.alternative designs or modification to the design).


1 Now revisedas OPJBP 4.1 2

  Now levised as OP 4.10

Government of Uttar Pradesh, Public Works Department,Lucknow,India
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Resettlement Action Plan
Operations Research Group

     1Vliere displacement is unavoidable, those displaced will have their
living standard improved.
     Ihey w~llbe located as a single u n ~among the peel groups or will
be assisted to Integrate ~ n t o
                                                 t
     tlielr new comniun~tyParticular attent~onwill be paid to the needs
of the most vulnerable g~oups
     to be resettled
     PAP3 will be compensated, at replacement cost, fot assets lost
m    Adequate soc~aland physical infrastructure will be prov~ded
     i',ZP< and host conlmun~t\lmould be encouraged to partictpate In the
des~gnand the
     iii~plcnlc~ntat~oiiRAP
                        of




Three primary categories have been identified for entitlement of
compensation and assistance under
R&R p'lckage of Government of Uttar Pradesh, viz.
     T'roject Atfected Families (PAFs)
     1'1olc~tAffected intl~vidualAdults (PAAs)
     1'1eject Affected GIoups (IJAGs)


Project Affected Families
     The fa~iiiliesgetting affected due to the project are entitled for
compensation for the loss of land,
     structure and other such immovable assets including crops. They will
have the right to salvage
     building materials and counselling on alternative site. The
compensation will be given to the
     owner of the property. The PAF is eligible for following
entitlement:
     Consultation, counselling regarding alternatives, and assistance in
identifying new sites and
     opport~~nities.IJAFs apart from counselling on various entitlement
packages will also receive help
     in identifving.. suitable relocatiosi site, identification of
alternative economic rehabilitation schemes
               -
     ancl training tor skill upgradation.
     >    Compensation for land at replacement cost, allowances for fees
or other charges.
     IAdvaticenoticetoharvestnon-
perennialcropsorcompensationforloststandingcrops.In
          case due to shortage of time, advance notice could not be
served compensation will be paid.
          'The compensation will be twice the amount of niarket price of
the crop lost.
     r    Compensation for perennial crops and trees will be calculated
as annual produce value times
          remaitiing y roduce years

     I    I<eplacementor compensation for structures or other non-Sand
assets.

     r    Right to salvage materials from existing demolished structures.
          IJAFs belonging to the vulnerable groups are eligible for
existing government-housing
          schemes for the weaker section of the society. The vulnerable
groups may be defined as
          Schedulecl Tribes, Scheduled Castes, women headed households,
lancl-less and below
          poverty line families (annual income below Rs 24,000).
     > Shifting Assistance to move their belongings to the new relocation
site.
     I    Option of moving to resettlement sites or clusters;
incorporating needs for shelter and
          livelihood.


I'roject Affected Persons
All nlajors   In a household (i.e. above the age of 18 years) are
eligible for assistance for Loss of
I~vehlioods'Thus, there may be more than one person eligible in each
household. The pioject will
provide rehabilitation and assistance for loss of livelihood for any
individual impacted by the project
Add~tionalsupport mechanisms will be made available to re-establish or
enhance their livelihood
                > .
through existung government poverty alleviation programmes. If available,
employment associated
with the project would be provided. The entitlement package includes:


     IZe1icib~l~tntionand Assistance for lost or diminished livelihood.
All PAPS eligible under this
     package will be provided help to improve or at least regain the
former income level. Special
     attention ~ ~ 1 1 1
                     be paid to the vulnerable groups.


Government of Uttar Pradesh, Public Works Department, Lucknow,India
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 Resettlement Act~onPlan
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  I Additional support inechanisms for vulnerable groups in re-
establishing or enhancing livelihood
     Vulnerable group will receive counselling on alternatives, guidance
on appropriate training
     programrues and advice on marketing new products.

  r Eniploynnent opportunities connected with the project to the extent
possible. It is expected that
     number of job opportunities will be created by the project. In such
opportunities, preference will
     bc givcn to the PAPS. These job opportunities will be over and above
the assista~iceprovided to
     restore their lost income level. These opportunities are not
necessarily limited to the vulnerable
     group, but to every PAP. The majority of the jobs created will be in
unskilled and semi-skilled
     nature therefore can always be given to the PAPS.


 Project Affected Group
 The project-affected groups are entitled for
followingcompensation/assistance:
  I Restorationandimprovementofcommonpropertyresource

  I Social forestry programmes envisaged under the project and
relocation of drinking water sources
     shall be done taking women need in consideration.

  r 1'1.ovisionof safe space and access for business purposes, local
transport and public use.
     Safety measures for pedestrians, particularly children and other
non-motorised transport.

  r   Landscaping of community common areas in urban environment.

  r   i'rovision of medical aid in case of accident on the highway


 Entitlement Matrix
 The summal.y entitlement matrix is produced below which shows the
eligible PAP and associated
 c~rltitlt~mt~nt/s~1~1\3ort.
                        Specific elements of the entitlements provided in
the package of connyensation
 and '>ssistancethat ill be delivered by the project RAP are detailed in
Chapter 3. Any impact not
 fCzlling~cithinany of the categories mentioned will be acldressed within
the general spirit of the
 entitlement framework.
                                         Uttar Pradesh State Roads Project:
                       Broad Entitlement Frameworks for Resettlement and
RehabiIitation

r = =
                                                             Land Acquisition
Inside Right of Way
1,Impacts and assistance criteria
Sauatters      Encroachers




             ternatives, and assistance in identifying




/ 4        Cornpensation/ R&R assistance for perennial
11
11         crops and trees, calculated as annual produce       Y           Y
Y           Y




     7 Shiftingassistance, trans~tionalaIlowance,
                                                                Y          Y
Y            Y     Y       N
           rent



    Government of Uttar Pradesh, Public Works Department, Lucknow, India
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  ResettlementAction Plan
Operations Research Group
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Inside Right of Way
                                                                     Land
Acquisition
  Impacts and assistance criteria
Sauatters        Encroachers




//         loss of assets or livelihood
mitigated basecl on the principles agreed upon in               /I


 1 (lrirlopn-tentopportun~ties.Addressing traffic safety needs of
pedestrians will target particular support at                     //
1 n~orevulnerable       groups.
 hrotc... T/lce)ztitlerrrer~ts211211 cxck~dethe afected rzorl-volnerahle
encm~cizershuf irlcluclc norl-71~rlr~crahlcsqlraftclr.




 I'ublic participation was undertaken to make explicit the social factors
that will affect the
 cie\;elopnient impacts of planned highway improvellients and mediate
project results. Through public
 prticipation, stakeholders and key social issues were identified and
strategy was formulated. It
  included socio-cultural analysis and design of social strategy,
institutional analysis and specifically
 addrrssed the issue of how poor and vulnerable groups may benefit from
the project.


 Consultations were held at local (community) level. The main objectives
of the consultation program
 were to minimize negative impact in the project corridors and to make
people aware of the project.
 Wom~nwere consulted to understand their work participation rate,
perception about the project,
 impact ot construction of the bridge on their daily work etc. During the
process eftorts were niade to
 i-t\cc.~tain the vlews nnci preferences of the women.


The aims of com~nunityconsultation were:

  I    To understar-tdvlews of the people affected w.r.tto the impacts of
the road
 r     To identify and assess all major economic and sociological
characteristics of the village to enable
       effective planning and implementation and,

  r    To resolve the issues relating to affect on community property


 ANALYSIS OF ALTERNATIVES


  l'ht. '~lternativeswere explored for the bridge location and the
approaches. The bridge location has
 becn finalised after carrying out hydraulic model study. This study has
been conducted by IIT,
 I<anpur. The study recommends optimum bridge length and protection
measures. Details of
 alternatives have been discussed in section 4.5.



Government of Uttar Pradesh, Public Works Department,Lucknow,India
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Resettlement Action Plan
Operations Research Group
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Tht approaches have been designed to minimize land acquisition and have
been joined with the
upgradation route shaightly as far as possible.

      -    - - --                                                 -

y111 l'URIJOSE AND NATURE OFTHE RESEI I'LEMENTACTIVITIES
- --


The basic outputs expected from the R&R activities are that the PAPSwill
be better off or equal to the
pre-i-7rojectsituation in terms of:
      l,dnd
      HOLISI~S
      Hu5iness opportun~ties
S


m     Access to amenities
      Access to Common Property Resources (CPRs)
      Access to other services


l'he ~.esettlementactivities comprise:




           Group discussion




(..ritical Assuniptions behind this R&R Policy are tliat:
m      I'licre ~villbe sufficient acceptance, will and motivation among
the iniple~mentingagencies to
      handle legai and other constraints.
      (;overnment Poverty Alleviation Programmes for vulnerable sections
in the society are ready to
      be mobilised
      Conipetellt NGO can be found to implement the action plan
      Land for relocation will be identified and allocated before
eviction of PAPS
      CIustomer base for business owners will remain



Government of Uttar Pradesh, Public Works Department, Lucknow, India
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Resettlement Action Plan
O~erat~onsResearch Grou~
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I,VPI l M1 NTA 110Y SCHEDULF AND INSTITUTIONAL ARRANGEMENT


Itnplementatlon plan has been spread over a period of two years. A
simplified summary of the
operational aspects of the implementation plan will be prepared when the
project starts. It will be
given to PWD, who along with a route wise selected NGOs will have to put
the plan into action.


Ii,AI' Iin5 the p1ovis~onto1 the following niechanlstn/comni~tteesfor
proper implementation of action
kjlan


     Grielrance reciress mechanism: The grievance redress mechanism is an
important aspect of R&R.
     'The LA Act provides adequate provision at different stages of the
LA process for the PAPs to
      object to the proposed acquisition of land and other properties,
compensation rates, etc. The LA
      Act allows the affected person to receive compensation under
protest and then refer the case to
      the court for settlement. LA will be an integral part of the
project. Hence, grievances will be not
     only related to LA but also for entitlement for rehabilitation
assistances. TO avoid litigations,
      which may delay the project implementation, RAP has a provision for
constituting Grievance
      Redress Committee at district level. The GRC will try to settle
grievances at the project level itself.
       1 hc n1c.m bers of the comniittee w,ould be District Magistrate as
head, representatives of local NGOs,
      representative of people (viz. Meniber of Parliament, Member of
Legislative Assembly, etc),
      represei~tativesof blocks, districts, line departments & affected
persons. At central level, Project
      Director of Project Implementation Unit will head the committee.
     Effective RAP implementation will require institutional
relationships and responsibilities, rapid
      organisational development and collaborative efforts by PWD, State
Government, partner NGO
      and affected population. ESRDC has already been established vide GO
110. 3262/23/12/003-
      'lU,GCI./c)~ dated 29-09-2003.The ESRDC is constituted of one
executive engineer who reports
                   TC
      to Chief Engineer (World Bank) and is supported by AE (social) and
AE (environment). l'he
      ESKDC will establish operational links within SRP-I1 and with other
agencies of government
      involved in project-induced resettlement. It will bridge the
distance between the project and
     project affected persons and communities. It will provide the ineans
and rnechanisnis for co-
     ordinating the delivery of the compensation and assistance entitled
to those who will suffer loss.
     ESRDC will link the project with state governn~entagencies, provide
liaison with SRP-I1 field
      units and impacted communities, establish district level committees
to co-ordinate social
      development and resettleinellt operations in the field and also to
assist NGO partners It ill also
     engage required training services, oversee a grievance redress
process and actively monitor RAP
      in~plenientation.On behalf of PWD, tlie ESDRC will assume the
responsibility for representing
      t i social impdct anci resettlement components of tlie project for
environment clearance. l'lic~
            ~
     1,:SI)RC ill also be responsible for disseminati~~gthis information
to the public and providing
     additional opportunities for public comment.


Need for NGO/CBO
The relocation disturbs the present activities of PAPs and therefore
there is a need to establish and
stabilise their economic living. While all tasks relating to land
acquisition is taken care by the Land
Acquisition Officer and his staff, the implementation of RAP is the
responsibility of the SDRC under
I'n'D. 7'he NGO will help in implen~entingvarious components of the RAP,
particularly tlie use of
coml- isati at ion ancl rehabilitation assistance for more productive
purposes like purcllase of laiid, self-
employment, etc. Its involvement is all the more important since there
are no social community
organisdtions among the PAPs which otherwise could have taken lead in
this regard.


Being riew to the area of working with PAPs, the selected NGO will have
to work directly under the
SDRC -coordinator who will be defacto in charge for implementation of
RAP. Thus iniplen~entation
becomes jolnt responsibility of PWD and NGO.




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Role of NGO
IZesettlement relates to human aspects and economic rehabilitation
requires human resources
development consisting of education, training, awareness generation, etc.
NGO will be i~ivolvedto assist
PWII in iniplementation of RAP. The NGO will help educating PAPs on the
proper utilisation of
compensation and rehabilitation grant and help them in getting financial
assistance, if required, undel.
various subsidy related developmerit programmes. It will also organise
training programmes to impart
required skill tcx such PAPS who would prefer to go for self-employment
schemes. Specifically, the tasks
of thtl N(;O ill be to:


       Ilevelop rapport with PAPs and between PAPs and I'WD
b Assess the level of skills and efficiency in pursuing econoniic
activities, identify needs for training
       arid organise programmes either to improve the efficiency and/or
to impart new skills.
i-     Assist PAP in receiving rehabilitation entitlement due to them
b Motivate and guide PAP for proper utilisation of benefits under R&R
policy provisions;
b Facilitate purchase of agriculture land in negotiating price and
settling at a reasonable price or
       eupcdite tlie same through L,and Purchase Committee.

I      i\s\ist T';41Js in obtaining benefits from the appropriate
development prograrnmes.
       Fielp I'r2Ps in increasing their farill income through provision
of irrigation facility or in~proving
       farm practices, and
r      Fnsure marketing of produce particularly those under self-
employment activities.

I      Complete the consultation at the community level and provide
support by describing the
       entltlenients to the EPs and assisting them in their choices

I      Accompany and represent the EPs at the Grievance Conitnittee
meeting.

r      As51stthe EPs to take advantage of the existing government housing
schemes and eiiiployment
       ancl tra~ntngscherues that are selected for use durlng the
project, and
I      C at y out other responsibilities as requlred and identified.
            l



In tlie context of implementing of RAP, it is important that NGO, which
is genuine and coliimitted to
the task entrusted, is selected. An NGO with local presence is, however,
more suitable hence would
bc t3referred. The NGO may be contracted on specified ternis and
conditions with proper fixation of
financial accountability. The payment to NGO will be linked to the
performance of the task assigned
and tlie time period. The payment will be arranged on quarterly basis to
be released on certification of
completing the previous task. The monitoring of R&R programme will also
include the performance
ot NC;O. The NGO services will be required for tzoo !/cars for which
provisions have been earmarked
in the plan

District Level Committees
RAP will be implemented through District Level Committees that will be
established in each district
whtw the project is active. These committees will provide co-coordinating
nodes for land acquisitioli
and compensation, relocation and rehabilitation, distribution of project
provided assistance and
Pill's' access to most government programmes. SDRC will service district
conlmittees with field staff
allocated to multi-district construction contracts.


I lit> (uttcnt stlucture of DLC formed as per GO No. 3262123 September
2003, PG1/96 'TC PWD Div
XI1 dated 29/09/2003 will be followed. The DLC members include District
Magistrate, Ch~et
Developnlient Officer, Executive Engineer -SRP 11, ADM revenue, Local
Lead Bank Manager,
~cp~eseritativesof PAPs and NGO, and Gram Pradhan.




12,1sic intortnation on IK activities of PAPs will be available from the
census nnd socio-economic

S L I ~ V E V S .
               Inforiiiatio~ifro117 base line surveys will be available
on features of economic activities of
I>AI's under two categories, viz.,
       Land based economic activities
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      Non-land economic activities
     Total income of PAPs from various sources


I'roject ~nducedd~splacementIllay lead to loss or dlinln~shedIncome for
Ploject Affected Pe~son
(1'111's) I he 111a111categories of ii~~pactsare as follows


      1 05s of agl culture land In part01full

e     l oss ot commeic~alestablishments (pe~nianent)
      T 05s of tempoiary commerc~alstructure or mobile vendoi (Squatters)
      Loss of Ilvel~l~ood(Commercial tenants or helplng hands,
agriculture labours)


Projects like road development involve acquiring linear strips of land;
as such the impacts are not
cxpected to be significant. However, mitigation measures need to be
planned and implemented
Iiowreve~msrgnificant the impacts map be.


 1 i ~ rnt~tlemcntfranrework has the following provis~onsfor restoration
of income:
       e

r     I f CIperson is losing source of income (wage earning- indirectly
affected due to the employer
      berng displaced), the individual is entitled for grant equivalent
to minimum wages calculated for
      6 months

r     Those losing income opportunity are eligible for grant calculated
at minimum wages (Rs2000/-
      per month) for a niaximuni period of six months. They are also
entitled for training for skill
      ~rpgrddat~on

 r     Vulnelable PDPs are eligible for economic rehab~litationgrant
calculated at niinimum one-year
       Incolne level as determined by Planning Commission, Government of
India.

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BUDGETARY ESTIMATEFOR RAP IMPLEMENTATION


The total est~matedbudget for RAP implementation is Rs. 55.00 million.
The budget includes land
acqu~sltioncost, assistance to affected families, cost for RAP
implementation, monitoring and
evaluation of RAP implementation, training for eligible PAPs and PWD
field staff.


                                            Budgetary Estimate

                                                                           I
I

Total Cost (Rs.

In million)
                   l ~ a n dAcauisition                                I
30.84 1

                   Assistance to Agriculture land owner
7.13
                   Econonlic Rehabilitation Grant
4.03

                   Training
0.85
                   Preventive measures for HIV/AIDS
0.50

                   l~uvvortfor RAP Imvlementation                      1
5.65      1
                   Additional Studies
3.00
                   Establishment cost of Circle level PWD Office
3.00
                   Grand Total (in Rs. Million)
55.00




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                                                       RESETTLEMENT
ACTION PLAN


1.0       INTRODUCTION

1.1       Project Description

          T'hr Uttar Pradesh State Road Project I1 aims to improve road
networh of State througll uy-
          graclation and major maintenance of state roads. The state
roads selected in the project
         comprise of Ordinary District Roads (ODRs), Major District
Iioads (MDRs) and State
         Highways (SI-Is).


          In addct~onto ~mprovenientof load network, five brldges have
been planned on nlajol rlvers
          ot %t,itc>Out of these two have been planned on Ghaghara rtvel
and one on Sharada rlvel that

          ~ 1 1 ~ .o n ~outcsselccted foi upgradation and remaln~ngtwo
are on routes selected foc majol
          ina~nten~~ncc'~outes.The two br~dgesplanned on Ghaghara include
one at Cliahlaci Ghat and
          one at Kainaria Ghat (Refer Figure 1).


          The present volume covers social assessment and Resettlement
Planning of Chahlari Ghat
          bridge on Ghaghara river. The proposed bridge and its
approaches on Ghaghara bridge at
          C'hahlnrr Ghat would be four laned. The bridge locations have
been decided based on
          hyd~aulccmodel study conducted by IIT Kanpurl. The bridge at
Chahlaii Ghat wlll be 840 m
          long w ~ t hdpproach lengths of 620 m towards Bahraich and 4340
ni towards Sitapur side To
          train the          river    the length of guide bund on Sitapur
side is 1485n1long while on Bahraich side
          ~tis 2715ili in length.


          Tli~sdocument comprises the Resettlement and
Rehab~l~tationAct~onPlan (RAP) of the
          proposed bridges. The RAP nieets all Government of Indla (GOI)
and World Bank
          I esettlemerit-related requirements and complies w ~ t
happlicable GO1 and World Bank
          (OI'/BP 112) regulations, pol~cies,and procedures
~ncludingthose on publ~cpart~cipat~on,
          cnl i~clnmentalassessmerit and ~nd~genouspeople It conhrms to
proviscons of Rcrsettlrrrrcrlf

          i ~ i l i fl i ~ l ~ ~ i l ~ ~ l rPOIILIJto!~
PCI\OII\D~\pli~~erfilfJecfcifby World Bil~lkFrir~rlcdRonlf Proic~ct.
                                            f l ~ f i o r
or                                                 1 1 1

          Lltfilr i1~r7lic~~l/         Government of Uttar Pradesli has
approved the pollcy vide letter numbe~
          1769/23-12-2000-2NHO/ 99 dated December 13,2000.


          Uttar Pradesh PWD will implement this RAP with assistance from
other government
          agencies, and non-governi~~ental-and community-based
organisations, and consultants.


1.2       Social Impact Assessment


          Social Ii-iipactAssessment of proposed intervention of the
project is an iniportant component
          of project preparation. GO1 arid GOUP regulations and World
Bank policy require social
          impact assessment during the design stage to avoid, reduce or
mitigate potent~alnegative
          ~mpactsof project action and enhance pos~tiveimpacts,
sustainab~l~tyand development
          benef~ts.


          The assess~ileutsalso contribute to the preparation of social
management action plans,
          governing project implementation and the resettlement and
rehabilitation of those who may
          be d~spincedby the proposed bridge




1Dctails o f dltcl.natives ha1.c. becn discussed         111Chapter 4.

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                                               FIGURE1
                   Locationsof ProposedBridge onGbagharaatChahlariGhat




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            'T'he project's social impacts and resettlement component
illcludes assessment of social
            i~lipactsof the project and development of appropriate
mitigation plans as required. These
            plans 11iustcomply with appropriate national and local laws
and guidelines, and with World
            Bank policy directives. Social assessment is carried out in
close co-ordination with
            environmental assessment and includes consultation and
participation among project
            stakeholders, local communities and potentially affected
groups. 'The social impact
            ~issrssiiientand resettlement planning component has
following elements:
                  C'cnsus ancl baseline socio-economic survey of the
potentially affected population;
                  Prepnration of a time-bound Resettlement Action Plan
(RAP);
                  Consultations at village level;


            A full census has been undertaken in 60 m corridor to
register and document the status of the
            potentially affected population within the project impact
area?, their assets, and sources of
            livelihood. Socio-economic survey x7asalso carried out on
census basis. This survey provides

            ,I haseline against which ii~itigationmeasures and support
will be measurecl and includes
            comprehensive examination of people's assets, incomes,
important cultural or religious
            networks or sites, and other sources of support such as
common property resources. Analyses
            of survey results cover the needs and resources of different
groups and inclividuals, ii~cluding
            intra-household and gender analysis. The table 1.1 given
below provides a comparative
            analysis of impacts in villages of project roads.

                                                        Table 1.1:Impact
of the Project




            Husenpur Khani                             10           2
1                    10      '    8
               Golok Kondar                                         26         14
2                       41                 28

               Sisiya Chiramani                                     89         57
3                       125                78

               Guide bund 1                                         29         19
3                       42

               Baharp~r                                             76         37
5                         91               66

               Guide bund 2                                         61         35
3                       82                 50



               " Women headed households


            As the table 1.1above shows, a total of 213 household
including 396 families will be affected
            M-hichin turn will affect 927 persons.


                                                                         Table 1.2:
Type of Loss


                                       Impact Categories
Chahlari Ghat
                                       Res~dential
0
                                   /   Residential cum commercial              1
0
                                       Commercial

                                       Aericultural vlots
                                   I   Government Land                         1
17                             I
                                   1   Total
382


':\ j ~ p r ~ o ~.~nciiioc,lt~oiic7t bl.idgc would liavt~h0
                 ~ ~ i i ~ s                                111R O W
whereas at guide buncl ~tis l00 meters.

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        14s the table 1 2 above shows, impact IS priniai~lyon
agr~cultureland Many of the plot
        acqui~edwould be economically unvlable (see Annexure 4) but the
project-affected fam~llcs
        would not be called as project d~splacedfamil~esas they have not
been physically displaced
        also ruajor~tyof parcel of lal-td under question are transferable
(sankramaniya)land In all 196
        tLimi1lesale gett~ngaffected due to the p~oposedconstruction, out
of thls plots of 325 fan~~lies

        \IOLIId bt.come ecorio~n~callyur~viablepost acclulsltlon


        Preparation of the RAP has been undertaken within the project's
social nssessment
        component. A key pre-requisite of the RAP is a policy framework
for resettlement containing
        categories of impacts and tlieir corresponding erititlements. The
RAP provides detailed
        guidance on how to implement provisio~~sin the policy framework,
including institutional
        arrangements and budgets based on enumeration of project-affected
people with entitlements
        under the framework. The RAP is also an important compo~ientof
the project's overall
        Iinvironmental Manageii~entAction Plan developed in the
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2.0     STUDY METHODOLOGY

2.1     Introduction
        l h15        tlon deal5 w~ththe approach and methodology followed
fol the collection and
        , i ~ t , t l ~ sdata ioclal impact asse5srnent and resettlement
planntng component has th~ee
                      of ~ ~
        tnaln elements
             ldent~f~cat~onof affected plots
             Census and baseline soclo-economic survey of
potent~allyaffected population, and,
             Preparation of the Resettlement Action Plan


        These elemetits have been further elaborated in the follom7ing
paragraphs.


2.2     Social Assessment Process
        The conlplete R&II process included integration of
environnier~tand soc~alinputs. The IiQR
        team included Social Scientists, Civil Engineers, Field
Supervisors, Comrnui~ityOrganisers
        and field investigators doing the census verification, socio-
economic surveys and public
        consultations.


2.3     Consultation Methodology
        The objectives of the consultation were to disseminate
information about the project to tlie
        potentially affected population in order to incorporate their
views and suggestion for
        preparing the RAP. Seconcl objective was later on adcled, as one
of the objectives of State
        Roacis 13rojc.ctis also to alleviate poverty in the districts
through which the road is passing
        through. Keeping in view, the complexity of consultation, local
level consultations were
        carried out during census survey. However, during the preparation
of RAP for upgradation
        route in 2001-2002, both district as well as state level
discussions was taken up.


        Local Level Consultation
        lYolnen Community Organisers led by a Qualitative Data Expert
consulted wlth the
        potentially affected population in-groups. Care was taken to
ensure that each group is not
        large1 than 15persons. Before in~tiatingthe Group Discussion,
rapport building cxerclse mras
        carr~edout with the villagers.


        District Level Consultation
        'l'he objective of district level consultations was to create
awareness about the project among
        tlie people, district administration, and officials of line
departments and NGOs working in
        the district and particularly along the project road. These
consultations were held in Sitapur,
        Kaharaicli. During the consultation R&R policy as approved by
State Government was also
        discussett. Suggestions on design were invited from the
participants and it has been
        inior1.~1r~1tedin the design reports.


        State Level Consultation
        State Level Stakeholder Workshop was held in Luchnow on February
11, 2002, to appraise
        various stakeholders about the project, its components and R&R
policy.


2.4     ldentification of Affected Plots


        1-01rcitwt~ficatlonof affected plots, the DPIi consultant team
first marked the centreline on the
        gro~ilidnfter whlch the social tearn went to the project site
along with the drawlngs ot
        proposed approaches on scale of Snlnnl (revenue) maps and site
ver~flcationof the centrellnt.
        W as done Accordingly proposed Corrldor of Impact was marked on
sirjnui7 map and rcqulred




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            cC~lculation'was done. The revenue map was then traced by
competent expert in revenue
            [nap tracing work. O n identification of affected plots,
lckllpal (revenue clerk at panchayat
            level) and social team jointly revisited the field for
verification and to identify the owners of
            the affected plots along with their addresses and joint
holders (if any). On identification of
            plot owners and joint holders, questionnaire designed for the
survey was canvassed which
            included details regarding social and economic aspects of the
affected person.


2.5         Collection of Data from Secondary Sources
            'I Iirsugh out the Study, various types of secondary data
were used along with the primary
            clat') collectecl through surveys. Secondary data sources
included Uttar Pradesh at a Glance,
            published by Jagaran Publications (Social, Cultural,
Deniographic and Economic profile ot
            Uttar Pradesh), District Census Handbooks of Sitapur,
Baharich and Tehsil Offices (for cost of
            agriculture land).




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              ic1li~t1'1tio11<11soincluifed measurement of centre Iuie
trom the fixed bo~rni1al.ystone of villages in the held and fro~n
   tlic, t~sidlocc~tion b ~ u ~ i i lstutie~asy shown
                        of              ~ ~ l        111sajra map.
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3.0     RESETTLEMENT POLICIES AND LEGAL FRAMEWORK

3.1     Background
        The Resettlement and Rehabilitation (R&R) policy prepared by
Project Co-ordinating
        Consultants (PC:C) for Uttar Pradesh Public Works Department (UP
PWD) is based on World
        I3anh's Opcrational Directives (O.D.) 4.303 and 3.201 for
resettlement of involuntarily
        disl.2laced persons and incligenous people and UP State
Rehabilitation Policy. The action plan
        has been prepared based on the broad outlines laid down in the
policy. 'The principle of the
        I<&R policy is the guiding philosophy to provide a development
approach to resettle and
        rehabilitate the people affected by project. In particular;


             Wherever possible, displacement will be reduced or avoided
altogether by sensitive
             design of civil works (e.g.alternative designs or
modification to the design).


             Whele ciisplacenient 1s unavoidable, those displaced will
have their living standard
             ~mproved.They w~illbe located as a sltlgle unit among the
peer groups or will be assisted
             to Integrate into their new commun~ty.Particular attention
will be paid to the needs of
             the most vulnerable groups to be resettled.


             PAPS will be compensated, at replacement cost, for assets
lost. Adequate social and
             physical infrastructure will be provided.


        e    I'AI'i and host coml~~~lnitywoultl be encouraged to
participate In the design and thc~
             t~~~p!c'nwntationof RAP.


        The RAP delivers a comprehensive package of compensation and
assistance to entitled
        persons, families/groups suffering losses as a result of the
project. It provides mitigation for:


             i,oss of assets, ~nclud~ngland and house or worh place
             Loss of I~vel~hoodor income opportunltleq
             Collect~veimpact on groups such as loss of
co~iimunlty~nfrastructure,common p1opcrt)

             Ic.iouices, and others


        All losses will be compensated and assistance will be provided at
replacenlent value,
        irrespective of their legal standing in the project area. Special
assistance will be extended to
        the vuli~erableto enhance their earning opportunities.


3.2     Entitlement Categories
        Three primary categories have been identified for entitlement of
compensation and assistance
        1.in~le1R&X package of Government of Uttar Pradesh, viz.
        *    I'r~>j~ctAffected Families
             I'roject Affected individual Adults (PAAs)

        9    Project Affected Groups (PAGs)


3.2.1   PROJECT AFFECTEDFAMILIES
        'The Families getting affected due to the project are entitled
for conlpensation for the loss of
        land, struchlre and other such immovable assets including crops.
They will have the right to
        salvage building materials and counselling on alternative site.
The compensation will be
        given to the head of the household. The PAF is eligible for
following entitlement:




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        *    C'onsultatiol~,counselling regarding alternatives, and
assistance in identifying new sites
             and opportunities. PAHs apart from counselling on various
entitlen~entpackages will
             also receive help in identifying suitable relocation site,
identification of alternative
             ecoriomic rehabilitation schemes artd training for skill
upgradation.


            Conipensation for land at replacement cost, allowances for
fees or other charges.


            AdvC~ncenotice to harvest non-perennial crops or compensation
for lost stdncling crops

            It1c'1sc clue to shortage of tlnie, advance notice could not
be served conipe~isat~onw~llbe
            pa~d1he cornpensatton w~llbe twrcc the amount of market price
of the clop lost.


            Conipensation for perennial crops and trees will be
calculated as three years produce
            value.


              Replacement or compensation for structures or other non-land
assets


              Right to salvage materials from existing denlolished
structures.


            PAI-s belonging to the vulnerable groups are eligible for
existing governtnent-hous~ng
            schemes for the weaker section of the society. The vulnerable
groups may be defined as
            Scheduled 'Tribes, Scheduled Castes, women headed households,
land-less and below
            poverty line families (annual income below Rs 24,000).
            Shifting Assistance to move their beloiigings to tlie new
relocation site.


            Option of moving to resettlement sites or clusters;
incorporating needs for shelter and
            Ilvelihood.


3.2.2   PROJECTAFFECTEDPERSONS
        All majors in a household (i.e.above the age of 18 years) are
eligible for assista~icefor loss of
        livelihoods. Thus, there may be more than one person eligible in
each household. The project
        will provide rehabilitat~onand assistance for loss of livelihood
for any individual impacted
        by the project. Additional support mechanisnis will be inade
available to re-establish        01

        enhdnce their livelihood through existing government poverty
alleviation programmes. If
        avail,lble, employnient associated with the project would be
provided. The entitlement
        package includes.


            Rehabilitation and Assistance for lost or diminished
livelihood. All PAPS eligible under
            this package will be provided help to improve or at least
regain tlie former income level.
            Special attention will be paid to the vulnerable groups.


            Additional support n~echanismsfor vulnerable families in re-
establishing or erthanc~ng
            livelihood. Vulnerable group will receive counsell~ngon
alternatives, guidance on
            appropr~atetraining programmes and advice on marketing new
products.


            Employment opportxnities connected with the project to the
extent poss~ble It is
            expected that number of job opportunities will be created by
the project In such
            opportunit~es,preference will be glven to the PAPS.These job
opportunities will be over
            and above the assistance provided to restore their lost
income level. These opportunities
            are not necessarily limited to the vulnerable group, but to
every PAP. The major~tyof the
            jobs created will be of unskilled and semi-skilled nature
therefore can always be given to
            the PAF"
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               3.2.3PROJECT AFFECTED GROUP (PAGS)
                    'The project-affected groups are entitled for
followirlg compensation/assistance:


                            Restoration and improvement of common property
resource
                         Provision of women's needs, particularly related
to the location of sources of water and
                         tuel wood, social forestry programmes may be
considered.
                         I'~,ovisionof safe space and access for business
purposes, local transport and public use.
                         Sdtety measures for pedestrians, particularly
children and other non-motorisecl transport.
  C                 r

                            Landscaping of community common areas in urban
enviro~lment.

l i p -                     Provision of roadside rest areas.
                            Provision of medical aid in case of accident on
the highway.
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               3.3  Entitlement Matrix
                     rlie summary entitlement niatrlx (plepared for
UPSRP-11) is produced below (Table 1.1)
 p*
                    ~Iiic11$IIOUS       the elig~blePAP and associated
entitle~nent/support.Tlzc   snlrlr e1it1tleliroztii~ntrll

                       ic~rll l ~ crrscii for file clrvverzfnsslg~zillellt.

Any impact not falhng within any of the categories
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                    ment~onedwill be addressed within the general spirit
of the entitlement framework.

 F                      Table 3.1: Broad Entitlement Frameworks for
Resettlement and Rehabilitation


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Loss of land and other assets

    P

                 1
                       ternatives, and assistance in identifying
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             I
                     clops, or cot~ipensationfor lost standing
Y        Y           Y         Y         Y       Y


             I       crops and trees, calculated as annual produce
Y        Y           Y         Y         Y       Y




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       I             Ernployncwt opportunities in connection
                 3
           11           ith project to the extent poss~bleanci
Y               Y           Y              Y             L            N


                    oss of assets or livelihood
mitigated based on the principles agreed upon in
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        :I ~ievelnp~nentopportunities.          Addressing traffic safety
needs of pedestriaris will target particular support at
I/
        li__nictie
CL..              vulnerable groups
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         Noh'     l ire r~~itrtlcrircrzti
                                      711111cxclrrdefileizffuctnf norr-
cll,lrzcunble e~rcuoizcliersblit inclulicI Z O I ~ - ~ ~ I L ~ I L ~ I ~
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           3.4         Land Acquisition


           3.4.1       Land Acquisition through private negotiation


                     Total land acquisition will be to the tune of 50 03
hectares Land will be acquited through
                     pr~vate negot~ation under The Uttar Pradesh Land
Acquisition (Determ~nat~onof
                     C oniprn~attonand Declaratton of Amard bv
Ag~eement)Rules, 1997 711e ~eplacenirntvaluc,
                     oi tht. land shcillbe dete~ni~nedby thret. illethods
and h~ghestof all shall be cons~dcled NGO
                     n ~ ltac~l~tate
                           l           SRP -11 field staff for alnviiig
at replacement value Thiee methods to aiilve at
                     replacement value are:


           3.4.1.l Sale Statistics Method
                     Land being an inimovable property, all its sales and
purchases have to be registered. The
                     registered sale prices can be taken as adequate
indicator of market value of a given piece of
                     land. S'ile prices of those lands, which are
comparable in time and quality, are only to be
                     consiclercd. Fc11Ic)wing steps are involved in
calculating conipensation according to sales
                     statistics method.
                     Step 1:         Collect statistics of sales of
land/buildings adjacent to ones being acquired in
                                     three to four years precedi~ig4(1)
notification from Registration Department.
                     Step 2:         Workout average of 3 to 4 years per
acre/hectare.
                     Step 3:         Average Price (AP) + 0.3 A P + O . ~
~perPannum from the date of 3(1) notification

A
                                     to date of award to arrive at
compensation.
                     Step 4:         Add damages, if any or incidental,
if any.
                     Step 5:         Calculate interest from date of
award at 9% for first 12 nlontlls and 15%for the
                                     period thereafter.


                     Capitalisation Method
                     Where reliable information is not available about
the prevailing market value of the land,
                     capitalisation method is used to decide
compelisation. Following steps are involved in
                     cdlculatil~gconipensation according to
capitalisation method.
                     Step 1:         Gross Income - Cost=Net Income
                     Step 2:         Net Income x Multiplier" = Market
Value
                     Step 3:         Market Value (MV) +30% of MV as
solatium + 12% of MV per annuin as
                                     Additional Market Value
==Compensation
                     Step 4:         Cornyensation + Damages / incidental
+ interest

                     "'There are no fixed limits on the choice of the
~iiultiplier. It is based on conjectures
01
                     precedents. Generally, a multiplier of 10 to 12 is
used for valuing non-irrigated lai-tdwfie~eas
                     8 to 10 is deemed sufficient for irrigated lands.
For buildings based on net rental income, a
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                          l e         ISused In assessing the value of
plantat~onoi hort~cultuialclops,
        geiie~all\a niultipl~eiof 10     ISacceptable


3.4.1.3 Circle rate
        Is determined by the revenue departnient in each district.


3.4.2   THE UTTAR PRADESH LAND ACQUISITION (DETERMINATIONOF COMPENSATION
        AND DECLARATION OF AWARD BY AGREEMENT)RULES, 1997
        The iules ueie inade in the exerclse of power under subsechon 2
of sect~onl 1 of the Land
        i2cqu~s~tionAct. 1894 and was published in Officznl Gniette No
2(4)(1)/85 24-Rev-13, dated
        Ju~i?12, 1997and English trarislation of the not~ficationwas
published on September 16,1997,
        Ao 2382/ XCVI-3-(1)/85-23Rev 13


        The rules says the "the body or department for which the land if
being acquired may, at any
        stage of the proceedings settle down the terms and conditions and
rates of the land under
        acquisition, with the land owners and appear before tlie
Collectors and make an application
        indicating the terms and conditions so settled down and its
readiness and willingness for
        determination of conipensation and declaration of award in
accordance with agreen~e~it.The
        Collector shall, if satisfied, issue notice to the persons
interested in the land under acquisition
        to express their readiness and willingness to execute the
agreement in writing, on the matters
        to be included in the award".


         A change was made in the above rules regarding setting up of a
committee for finalisation of
         rates. On September 29, 2001, revenue department through
Principal Secretary (Revenue)
         vide letter no. 1718/ 1-13-2001-20/124/2001 -Rev-13 informed
Commissioner, Industrial
         Development, Uttar Pradesh; Principal Secretary, Housing, Uttar
Pradesh; All Divisional
         Commissioners; All District Magistrates about the said change.
The committee ~villbc.
         cliairecl by District Magistrate and will have the following
members:
         I   Authorised representatives of the acquisition bod~r/
department as Meiiiber Coordinator
         7. Add~tionalDistrict Magistrate (Finance/Revenue) and District
Registrar as Meilibe~
         3 Concerned Sub Registrar also as member.


        Tlie letter also says that above mentioned committee will provide
proper justification of the
        rates arrived at through mutual agreement and will send the same
to Div~sional
        Commissioner for ratification.




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4.0      ABOUT THE STATE AND SURVEY RESULTS


4.1     Socio-Demographic Profile of the State


4.1.1   DEMOGRAPHY
        Uttar Pradesh constitutes one of the largest states in India and
the state itself represents one
        of the largest self-governing areas in the world in terms of
population. The State of Uttar
         I'radcsh, whilst fourth largest in India in geographical land
area, has n population that is
        t~stimntetlto be of the order of 170 million people, a figure
superseded by only six countries   ill

         tllc ~,orld.


        The 2001 Cerisus recorded a figure of 166 million people, which,
w ~ t ha total land area ot
        298,000 square kilometres, represented an average population
density of 473 persons per
        square k~lometre.The population growth rate between the 1971 and
1991 census remaiiiecl
        constant at 2 3 percent per annum over this twenty-year period.
In 1991-2001the growth late
         ~ncreasedto 2.6%. Based on this population growth rate, average
population densitj is
        calculated to have increased over 638 persons per square
kilometre.


          l able 4 I shows the regional sunimaly of populat~onand
populat~ondensity, as per the
        Census data, for the last f~vedecades and the corresponding
inter-census growth rates. This
        populat~onspread reflects the fact that most of Uttar Pradesh's
highly populated areas            1s

        characterised by the flat, fert~leplains of the sub Terai
Sowlands, conducive to farming and
        agriculture. The less densely populated areas are confined to the
south-western pal ts of the
        State Northern region of Uttar Pradesh now known as Uttararichal
is a separate State, hence
         ha5 been excluded from further ai~alyslsof information.


             Table 4.1:Uttar Pradesh: Population and population growth
rates by economic region
       -.-
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                              Population by Census Year (in
Decennial Growth Rate,


        Econoinic                                                     8 5
           Region
5 F; 1961- 1971- 1981- 1991-




         Note: Differr~trcesi n totals nvc dlre to vozitziiitzg
         Sorivce: Uttnv Pnldesll Af A Gla,lce 1998; Cerzs~lsIrn,ldbook-
2001

        'The statc of Uttar Pradesh is characterized by a relatively
large number of small villages with
         half of the Statt.'s population living in villages of less than
2,000 inhabitants in 1981. When
        settleujents with a population of less than 5,000 people are
included, then as much as 80
         percent of the State-wide population is accounted for. As is the
trend it1 developing countries
        worldwide, the extent of urbanization is rising. This is
evidenced by the increase to 42 (in
        1991)of the number of urban areas in Uttar Pradesh having a
population in excess of 100,000
         people. Urban growth has registered 3.3percent per annum over
the period 1981-1991 whilst
         the annual growth rate in the rural population was 2.1 percent.
The urban to rural split
        increased from a ratio of 18:82 to 20:80 during the corresponding
ten years The major urban
        areas with a population agglomeration in excess of one million
people (as of 1991) were the
        State capital L'ucknow, the industrial city of Kanpur in the
southwest of the State, and tlic
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        anc:e~ltcltl st Vnianasr In the east Th~eemore clties namely
Allaliabad, Agra and Meerut
         l\cle 'lifldect to this I~stas pei the 2001 census The
ieg~onallural urban populat~onsplit f o ~
         1991 1s shown In Table 4.2

                                Table 4.2: Uttar Pradesh: Rural and Urban
PO ulation
                                                                       ud
             Economic
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               Region            pOpulatiOnl'''
                                   (Thousands)              Rural:an
Ratio             Year

Ratio
                                  Rural        Urban



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       Eastern                     46,624          6,096         88:12
       Uttar Pradesh               106858         27616          =80:20
         So/,r.cczs:lltfnvPrndeslz At A GIlrllce 1998, Illdrn At A
Glizllce


         Regional Variations


         As mentioned in the Five Year Plans,, the State of Uttar Pradesh
is broken down into four
         eco~iomicregions, these being the Western, Central, Eastern and
Bundelkhand regions,
         Purely in terms of demography, the Eastern region is relatively
disadvantaged in comparison
         to the other regions in that both higher population densities
and decennial population growth
         rates have served to place greater pressures on agricultural
productivity and output. The
         relative poverty of the eastern region is further evidenced by
the published data on various
         socio-ecoiioniic i~~dicators,infrastructure facilities arid per
capita output. A summary of the
         data across the four regions relative to the value for Uttar
Pradesh, is presented below for
         cotnparative purposes, in Table 4.3.


                               Table 4.3: Selected
              Socio-economic Indicator




         er ha. of gross cropped area (Rs)


       Per Capita Foocl gralii Production (kg)
                                                             1 0
1.l          0.9
       ( l993/ 94)
1.3     0 i l l . 0 1

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4.1.2         TOPOGRAPHY AND CLIMATE
              ,4ltho~1gliUtta~Pradesh has three ciistinct
phys~cald~vislons,the flat, IOMI-I~III~Gdngctlc
              pl;t~n\Ia~gelycilomrnate the State The Ga~iget~cp1a111she
largely between 100n1 and 3OOm
              a b o ~ sea level A naliou7east-west belt, ly~ngin the
northern part of the State alongsrde the
                        e
              bolder w ~ t hNepal, const~tuteswhat                IS
known as the Terai, an area of marshland that was
              once unflt for human habitation.


              The width of this Terai belt has diminished considerably
since the 1950s due to intensive
              measures taken on both sides of the Uttar Pradesh/ Nepalese
border to eradicate malaria and
              recover the land for agriculture. Outside of the Terai, the
high fertility of the plains permits a
              two-crop cycle in both the winter and rainy seasons. The
southernmost hills and plateau have
              scarce rainfall and high temperatures.


              There are two major riverine systems in Uttar Pradesh.
Although both the Ganga and
              Yamuna rivers originate in the Himalayan glaciers, their
respective flows are deterni~nedby
              the Himalayas in the north and by the southern hills and
plateau. The Himalayan Rivers are
              full almost all the year round and fill gradually with
water from the melting snowfall in the
              summer, whereas the southern rivers dry up in the summer
and are therefore more prone to
              rapid Flooding         ill the rainy season.


              'l'herr are three main clinlatic seasons in Uttar Pradesh,
the winter months from October to
              February, the summer months from March to June and the
monsoon period between June
              and September in which most rainfall takes place. Uttar
Pradesh is largely temperate in
              climate with temperatures ranging between 12 and 17degrees
Celsius in the winter period in
             J a ~ ~ u aand exceeding the 40 degree Celsius mark in the
summer months of May and June.
                          r y
              The summer months, prior to the onset of the monsoon rains,
are also characterised by hot
              winds blowing from the west. Average annual rainfall in
most of the State is 990 mm.


4.1.3         LAND USE
              1,and use in Uttar Pradesh is predoiliinantly agriculture
based. The breakdown of land
              utilisation in the State is shown in Table 3.4. The Remote
Sensing Centre witl~inthe
              Department of Science and Technology has carried out
limited aerial photograph~csurveys of
              selected urban areas such as Varanasi, but recent land use
mapping for the State as a whole is
              not yet available. The most recent map based published
information relating to land use is
              that contained in a detailed Planning Atlas of Uttar
Pradesh6, which was published in 1987
              and largely refers to the position prevailing in the State
between 1981<lnd1984.



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Atlas ot Utt~l.Pradcsli publishecl by thr Govbid Bdlldbli Pd11t
 Soc~niScic~ni~,InsLitutc., Allahabad. December 1987.

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           Nonetlieless, given that agricultural land holdlngs u7ill have
remained relatively utichanged
           over the past 15 to 20 years, such mapping provides a useful
indication of tlie major land use
           activities in Uttal Pradesh.

                                              Table 4.4: Landuse :Uttar
Pradesh
                / k i n duse
Percentaee           I1


                /INot available for cultivation
11.80 11



                / Culturable waste land
3.17 1




4.1.4      ADMINISTRATIVE STRUCTURE
           Under the Constitution of India, Uttar Pradesh has a
Gover~iorand a bicameral legislature or
           two Houses of Assembly, a Vidhan Parishad and a Vidhan Sabha,
largely based                            011 the British
           Westminster system. There is the Council of Ministers that is
collectively responsible to the
            Vicilian Parishad, this Council being presided over by a
Chief Minister who is appointed by
           tlie Governor. The Vidhan Sabha comprises 403 members. The
maximum tern1 of the Vidhan
           I'atisliad is five years after which elections must be held.
The main business of this elected
           chamber is to enact legislation and grant funds for State
Government expenditure. Budget
           estimates are put to the vote of Assembly members. The
business of the House is assisted by a
            number of legislative, financial and other committees. A
State Government Secretariat, based
           in the State capital Lucknow, assists and advises the Council
of Ministers. This Secretariat,
           headed by a Chief Secretary and a hierarchy of Principal and
other Secretaries, functions as
           the executive authority of the State Government through its
various departments. Below the
           Secretariat and lleads of Department levels, the Divisional
Commissioner is responsible, at
           divisional le\.el, for law and order, administration, revenue
collection and other matters. Each
           clivisio~~comprises a number of districts in which a district
officer, either the District
           Magistrate ctr the Deputy Commissioner, is responsible for all
administrative affairs in the
           district. There are 70 districts in Uttar Pradesh aggregated
into 19 acirninistrative divisions.
           For administrative purposes, districts are further
disaggregated down into tehsils, blocks and
           villages.


4.2        MACROECONOMIC OVERVIEW

4.2.1      State Domestic Product
           Uttar Pradesh, although the State supporting the highest share
of the country's population, at
           approximately 16.4 percent, has consistently lagged behind
national perforri~ancein key
           economic areas. On the basis of per capita State Domestic
Product (SDP) growth rates7, with
           occasional exceptions in the 1970s and the early 1990s, Uttar
Pradesh has under-performed
           the all India series. The declining share of State Domestic
Product compared to the National
           Domestic Product has been reflected in the State's Five Year
Development Plan objectives of
           stemming this decline and endeavouring to keep pace with
national projections of economic
           growth. Historical data on SDP is shown in Table 3.4 and the
sectoral breakdown, on the
           basis of industrial classification, is shown in Table 4.5 for
1996/97 and provisionally
           estimated for 1997/98.

'Puhli>.heci data ISusually expressed ill terms of u~comr.In this
report, tor purposes of being consistent nit11internatic,nnl
  tcasibilitv stud!. reporting, this is referred to as State Donicstic
Product (SDP).

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                 Table 4.4: Uttar Pradesh State Domestic Product
(Constant 1980/81 Prices)
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Y e a r on Y e a r

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  I            Year                     Total (Rsmillion)
Per Capita (Rs)

cnange

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                Economic Sector




 /113anklng and Insurance

 )I -    It71movable Properties and
           -




  l
  1   1ertiary Sector Subtotal
101,177             37.8                111,653               40.8
437,768
        All Fconomic Sectors Total
267,846            100.0                273,655            100.0 1,131,048
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Stcitc~P ~ ~ I I I IRZ OI III~~G ~O,Z ~ ~ Y I IoIfILIILt t"n~~l'vndesir
                                         I C                    c s
Y                                ~ ~


            Within the primary and secondary sectors of the economy, the
major contributors are
            understandably agriculture   and manufacturing respectively,
whereas in the tertiary sector,
            the coritr~butionto SDP is   more diluted, the key performer
being trade and commerce. Table
            4.6 shows the year on year   change for the primary, secondary
and tertiary sectors in the four-
            year period up to 1998.The   structure of the labour force is
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        relativelj~poor economic performalice vis-a-vis other major
States and the continued reliance
        on agriculture to support much of its population. The
agricultural sector accounts for nearly
        three quarters of the work force and the share of workers in
industry was nine percent
        ,iccording to the Census records.




        In investment terms, Uttar Pradesh has, relative to its size with
regard to beiiig the most
        populous State in India, historically suffered from receiving a
disproportionately lower share
        of both public and private sector funding. In the public sector
domain, this is ill terms of both
        previous Five Year Plan outlays, the share of the State in the
total outlay of the country has
        ranged between five and seven percent. Central government non-
departmental undertakings
        also s1io.c~the share of Uttar Pradesh in these investments
ranged between five percent in
        1C)X0/81 and nine percent in 1992/9:3. The disproportionately low
portion of investment
        funds attracted by the State has also been reflected in
commercial bank advances and
        disbursernerits of private corporate sector loans.

4.2.2   EIGHTH FIVE YEAR PLAN (1992/93-1996197)
        The Eighth Plan (1992/93-1996/97) was formulated against the
relative performance of the
        State in the preceding Fifth, Sixth and Seventh Plan periods and
the need, to maintain good
        rates of overall economic growth in line with the national
economy. The Fifth Five Year Plan
        (1974/75-1978/:79) marked, for the first tinie since national
planning bega~iin 1951, all
        u p ~ . a r dturning point in Uttar Pradesh's historical economic
performance, which up to that
        tinie had been characterised by stagnant agricultural growth.

        Both the agricultural and manufacturing sectors respectively
recorded annual growth of 5.7
        percent and 9.4 percent and the economy as a whole, 5.7 percent
per year This overall growth
        was matched in the Seventh Five Year Plan (1985/86-1989/90),
underpinned                      by
        manufacturing (11 percent per annum) and the tertiary sector
since agricultural growth
        slumped to 2 7 percent per annum. The Eighth Plan therefore
envisaged a broad growth
        p ~ o t ~and continued trend with targeted annual overall growth
of six percent and sectoral
                  l e
        growth targets of over foul percent per annuni for agriculture
and ten percent per annum f o ~
        manufactul Ing

        Actual econo~liicperformance however fell significantly below the
desired targets with per
        capita growth being marginal. Overall growth was just 2.4 percent
per annum over the four
        years to 1996 with agriculture recording annual growtli of
1.5percent and manufacturing 3.3
        percent. Average annual population growth between 1981 and 1991
was 2.3 percent. For the
        country as a whole, average annual economic growtli was in excess
of six percent during the
        Eighth Five Year Plan period.

        'l'he decline in agricultural output was partly due to reduced
fertiliser use and liniited
        increase in irrigation potential, as well as to adverse climatic
conditions. Lower food grain
        productivity in Uttar Pradesh, by comparison with the other two
principal food grain
        producing States in India - Punjab and Haryana - is largely due
to the relative insufficiency
        in permanent irrigation facilities. Man~~facturingindustry has
been hiiidered by erratic power
        supplies and shortfalls in electricity generation and installed
capacity to meet required
        demand.
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        '1'0 some extent, the poor economic perforinance in the Eighth
Plan period has been due to the
        relatively substantial shortfall in expenditure against the
Plan's approved outlay, which was
        particularly marked in the agricultural, irrigation and energy
sub-sectors. These shortfalls in
        expenditure in turn reflected on the State's inability to
mobilise resources from various
        funding sources.


4.2.3    NINTH FIVE YEAR PLAN (1996197-2001/02)
        The increasing disparity in economic growth in Uttar Pradesh and
the country as a whole
        d u lng the E~ghthPlan period meant that the per capita income
gap widened even further by
             ~
        some e~ght-pe~c-entagepo~nts In order to break this trend and
taking into account the
        structure of the local economy within Uttar Pradesh, the State's
Ninth F~veYear Plan has
        been formulatetl in an attempt to arrest the historical State:
Nation disparity in per capita
        inconie levels.


        Although the agricultural sector is the largest in the Uttar
Pradesh economy, both in terms of
        its contribution to SDP (42 percent in 1996/97) and its share of
the labour force (72 percent),
        the fact that there are a relatively large number of marginal
land holdings which are
        uneconomic and that a large proportion of the agricultural labour
force is estimated to be
        surplus to requirements and grossly undereniployed, llieans that
the sector has limited scope
        for raising employment levels. Whilst increased agricultural
development nevertheless
        remains as one of the Plan's main objectives, within which rural
development is to be
        accelerated through greater diversification from low to higher
value crops, particular
        emphasis has been placed on the need for more infrastructure
developu~ientespecially in the
        irrigation and power sub-sectors Irrigation and power are crucial
to the continued growth
        and cievelopment of agriculture and manufacturing, in the former
case to enable greater
        exploitation of ground water resources from tube wells, and the
latter for industry.


        111 o~cie~not to increase the dispar~tyin per capita income
levels between Uttar P~adeshand
        thc country as a whole, the targeted rate of economic growth for
the State over the five-year
        per~odto 2002 has been projected to be the same as that targeted
for India, namely seven
        percent per anllum. The Ninth Five Year Plan has been prepared
against a backg~oundin
        which a marked dip in economic performance occurred during the
Eighth Plan period
        tollowlng relatively good trend growth of, on average, 5.2
percent per annuni over a fifteen-
        yea1 time frame between 1974/75 and 1989/905


        Although the b,rghtli Plan as a whole saw a sharp decl~nein
average growth, to 2.9 percent
        per ai~iuni,the latter part of the Plan period was characterised
by much stronger growth than

        in the flrst two years it is against this rising growth trend
that the Ninth Plan targets have
        been justified. The overall annual growth target of seven percent
is underpinned by
        continued high growth in the agricultural sector and especially
in the manufactu~~ng to^,sec
        as follo~~s:


                                          Agriculture
5.1percent per annuni
                                          Manufacturing
12.0 percent per annuni
        .
                                          Other
6.8 percent per annum

7.0 percent per annum


        Whilst the Uttar Pradesh economy ill continue to be heavily
reliant on the agricultural
        sector in the medium term, the high growth target for the
manufacturing sector has reflected
        the need for greater diversification in the economy, in order to
fuel higher overall economic
        and per capita income growth as achieved in those States with
strong industrial bases.
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         In o ~ d to~achieve the required growth targets set out in the
Ninth Plan, the proposed public
                   e
         5ector funding outlay has focused on those key infrastructure
sub-sectors - transport, energy
         and wate~supply - that are prerequisites for both continued
expanslon of the prlmary,
         ag~~culturalsector and inward ~nvestmentto the secondary,
manufacturing sector. Roads,
         power and irrigation in combination account for 44 percent of
the planned public sector
         outlay as shown in the breakdown of the sectoral allocation set
out in the Ninth Plan, in table
         4 7


             Table 4.7: Uttar Pradesh: Ninth Five Year Plan proposed
public sector outlay
      r=or     Head of 1)evelo~rnent
percentage11




         Transport


         Water Supply
       1;Othei catcgor~es
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4.2.4    T H E TENTH PLAN (200Y03- 2006107)
         The N ~ n t hFive Year Plan came to an end on 315t March, 2002.
For the Tenth Plan (2002/03-
         2006/07), the State lias decided to keep a target of 8%annual
for growth. The targeted rates of
         gro\vth, for the main sectors of the economy, of the Tenth Five
Year Plan (2002-07) ale as
         toll(>\\s
                        Dector                                        Annual
growth rate -     ('!At)'-] -



                        /2. Manufacturing                     1
12.36                         1
                        I3. Rest sectors
                         ~ ~ v e r - aeconomv
                                      l l


         The per-capita Income of the State in 2000-2001, at Rs. 9721, is
short by 41% of per-capita-
         income of the country, at Rs. 16,487. 'The growth in the state
need to be sufficiently higher in
         the Tenth Plan and in the years to follow, so that the large
gaps in the per capita income, do
         not illcrease still further and, more than that, are phased out
or atleast reduced within
         reasonable limits.


         The foremost requirement is of creating and strengthening
infrastructure facilities,
         particularly power, road and transport, far and wide in the
State, so that the flow of private
         invest~iientand growth could become a self- generating process.
The State will have to fulfil1
         its foremost obligation of niaking investments in critical
infra-structures viz., rural
         electrification, the development of irrigation and water
management systems, land
         development, state highways, district and rural roads, social
sectors such as educational and
         medical public health facilities.


         During the Tenth Plan, a number of measures have been proposed
to be taken to promote
         private participation in States industrialization. The table 4.8
and Table 4.9 given below gives
         the summary statement of some key targets of the Tenth Plan and
Tenth Plan Outlays by
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                                Table 4.8: Summary Statement of some Key
Targets of the Tenth Plan




                                                      IT^ Tonnes   140695
152370         144096        57100         146800         1
                                                      IT^ Tonnes   138104
48736         141656       / 53850      144270          1
Ikb) Pulses                                           IT^ Tonnes   12591
13634           12440      13250          12530           1
!2. Cropping Intensity                              l~ercent       / 149 1
153                                      151
I
  i
  i _ _ . _ _ _ _ _ _ . _ _ _ _ _ _ I C I _ _ _ _

       - blilk Production                              Th.Tonnes 11559
116213         114558      119300          115300
          1 : ~ ~ s
983.00       758.34      1968.00         1796.00




11.Potential Creation                                Th.ha.        128132.08
129718.08 130725.58          135732.38     131244.20      1
                                                 m=
  l
  12. Potential Utilization                         I~h.ha.        120159.40
121190.90 122019.30           26598.00      122520.35    /
IL-
    V .    Power
l
           --
  1 Instnlled Capacity
  L-
13933 34        9352.25     15084.95      9873.85
    (.4\ailability to the state)

 C
1-   1 ~ L I Itaced Roads                                            75286
142447        97593        121645         100365
   2 Villages connected by all No.
57853        43440        47470           44359
Iweather roads                                          I             I
1            I               I           I                  1

!l
 1 .Elementary educatiorl
1 - Jun~orBasic School

        Schools / Collages




             Community                       Health No.
                                                   #
F
     3 K11  th ate
                 I                                      Per Th         34 00
30 00         12 10       22 00         13000
         - -
---i)cl,lthlate                                         Pel l'h           l 0 20
l 0 20      9 00        ,1000
         ---
900
l7 liltant mortalitv rate                              Per Th.    185.00
170.00     184.00         170.00             / 77.00         1
l VIII. WATER SUPPLY
I
                                                     11775021243508
j l. Towns covered
*                                                      1 ~ o .        1563
1622           / 623       623               / 623           1
/2. V~lllages / habitations No.
243583        243583
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                                Table 4.9: Tenth Plan Outlays by Major
Heads of Development
l e a d of Development
Tenth Five Year Plan Proposed Outlay
I
(At 2001-02 Prices) in Crore Rs.
I


67942.83
, is----      I+cOYOMICSFRVICES
           . -p.
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              -
5173.42
                  7 1I   & Ali~eclAct~vitlr?~

k             -Rul Ilevelopment
7267.91
              -Special Area Programmes
2390.21
                           & Flood Coi~trol
8070.78

7338.72
F 1 ~ u s t r y& M~nerals
1485.76
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L - ~ ~ I        "isport
7474.14
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I-.           -ic~cnce,lechnology & Environment
               --
2410.25
              -GCI.IFconomic Services
26331.64
~
--
              ioi llii Scrvlces
15862.72
         ----
              Gi'ral Services
427.45
              GRAND TOTAL
84233.00
           4.3       Economic growth forecasts


                     For the short to medium term, Table 4.10 sets out
the different assumptio~~sthat have been
                     made tor three '~lternativegrowth scenarios.




                                          programme;
                                          Successful implementation of
privatisation initiatives in infrastructure and


        I/                 growth              Upward growth outlook in the
national economy;                                     /I

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                                               Positive measures being taken
to promote inward investment in U.P.;
                                          Continued dependence on
agriculture as important contributor to SDP arid



/                         growth          Greater macroeconomic
instability compared with other major States in         I/

II
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                     l'he annual State Domestic Product growth estimates
for Uttar Pradesh, by princ~pal
                     economic sec to^, and by economic region are given
in Table 4.11 arid 4.12 respectively.


                      Table 4.11:Annual SDP economic growth estimated by
major sector 2001-2010
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        l
        1    Econ~omicSector




            1e1tialy
5.2%                6.0%                6.8%
        11    C;ro~vtIiexpected per year in all sectors
4.0%                  5.5%               7.0%
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                Table 4.32: Annual growth estimated by economic sector
and region 2001-2010
                                                 Medium Growth Scenario
      IYGnomic                                   Economic Region
Uttar Pradesh
                         Western           Central         Bundel-Khand
Eastern
                                 4.0%              4.0%
4.0%              4.0%




      I1
        Note    TIlr sectors have beer1 zi1erg1ltc.dhi/
co~ltrtb~rtlo~lSDP n~rdtile reglorzs 7~1cig/ztriJb ! ~pop~ilfltlo~~
                                                                      to



        Whilst primary and tertiary sector activities are largely evenly
distributed throughout Uttar
        Pradesh, the great variation in growth rate estimated for the
secondary sector reflects the
        expected impact of the industrial development corridor and growth
area initiatives that have
        been identified in the State's industrial policy. Because of the
inherent unpredictability in
        niediunl to longer term forecasting, forecasts of future growth
in the economy are                       L I S L ~ ~ ~ ~ Y

        hmited to the very short term, covering the next twelve to
eighteen month period.


4.4     Census and socio-economic Survey Analysis


        Suicesstul in~plenlentationof Rehabilitation Action Plan (RAP)
depends on appropriate and
        accuratc census and socio-economic survey of Project Affected
Persons (PAPs). Without
        these, there can be no measurement of precise impacts on the
affected persons and therefore it
        becomes difficult to frame appropriate entitlement policies.
Also, in the absence of surveys it
        is ctifficult to measure the achievement or non-achievement of
the basic objective of the RAP.
        Two kinds of surveys were taken up in course of the study:
        (1) Census verification survey;
        (2) Census socio-economic survey.


4.5     Objectives of the Census and Socio-economic Surveys


4.5.1   THE OBJECTIVESOF THE CENSUS VERIFICATION SURVEYWERE:
             To collect information regarding likely project impacts in
order to facilitate designs of
             various components of RAP
             To set up a cut off date so as to monitor the influx of new
people
             10 desegregate the properties by type and identification of
possible categories of
             cnt~tlement


4.5.2   THE OBJECTIVES OFTHE SOCIO-ECONOMIC SURVEYWAS:


             To attach actual values to key indicators of the PAPs social
and economic status and their
             vulnerability to socio-economic change due to the project.
             To assess use/dependence on common property resource
             To provide a benchmark for any further information needed to
monitor and evaluate EPs
             In the futu~e;and
             To provide further inputs in preparation of RAP


        People who are not surveyed during the census w~illnot be
considered as PAP, as, the date on
        whicli the census survey was carried out will act as a cut off
date. The cut off clate will be
        used to establish whether a person located in the corridor
qualifies as a PAP during the
        ~mplen~entationof the project. However, a person not enumerated
during the census, but able
        to prove their stay in the project corridor, during the census
survey will be considered for
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        entitlement. However in present case two census survey were
carried out. First census survey
        \vas done in 2006 (Started in January 2006 and completed in
February 2006) and another
        sul.vcv \\.as done in 2007 (Started and completed in March 2007).
Second survey was done to
        ~ ~ s t ~ ~ bexacthnumber of project affected fa~niliesand losses
after demarcation of centreline
                      l i s
        in the field. Significant level of difference is recorded during
the first and secot~dcensus
        survey in terms of number of PAPs, total losses etc. The dates of
second Census Survey
        conducted in 2007 would be considered as cut-of date. For
titleholders'                date of 4(1)
        notification will be the cut off date.


4.5.3   CATEGORIESOF PROPERTIES AFFECTED

        l)etciils of attect by categories of properties 1s presented in
Table 4.13




        As said earlier (section 1.2, table 1.2)primarily agriculture
land is getting affected. Apart honl
        365 private agriculture plots, 17 Government plots will be
affected. Majority of the land under
        private occupation have transferable and non-transferable
(S~arzkmnrai~i!/oai~iiAsizilkra/i~~~/li!lil)
        patta. 'These titles are based on present occupant of land
certified from Tahsil. These pattas are
        subject to change over time. However land records have not been
updated in last 10 years.
        Approximately 50.8937 hectare of land will be acquired. These
lands would be acquired froni
        following villages. (Table4.14)

                                 Table 4.14:Details of Plots and Area to
be Affected
                                     Type of Land Plot wise
Affected Area (ha)

                                               Govt.
               Village           Ag. Land      Land    Absentees Ag. Land
Govt. Land    Absentees

        Chahlari                     41         3             1
6.817         0 6            0.025
             I I u s c ~ u Khani
                       -    r           0        0          0           0
0                    0

             Goloh Kondar               27       7         0        1
2.783             0.6017           0
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             S~siyaCliiraman~           85       0         0
5.842               0              0

             Guide bund* l              63       0         0
12.02               0              0         1

             Baharpur*                  43       0         0
2.751               0              0

             Guide bund* 2              72       0         0
5.185               0              0
                                    1
1        o           j
                                        33       7          0
12.052           2.217

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                                   364         17           1
47.45        3.4187          0.025 --I
        *Guidebundsare located in Sisyd Cliiraniani, Baharpur and
Bamhaouri village.


        Analysis of Census and Baseline socio-economic Data
        A detailed socio-economic survey was conducted in conjunction
with the census of the project-
        affected persons (PAPs) to profile the impacted project area ai-
tdprovide a baseline against which
        mitigation measures and support will be measured. For this
purpose, comprehensive
        information related to people's assets, income, socio-cultural
and demographic ind~cators,
        ~eligiousstructures, and other sources of support such as common
property resources were
        collected The analysis has covered the needs and resources of
different groups and individuals,

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          incl~idingintra-household analysis and gender analysis. The
analysis is based on the cut off date
           tor t'iltitlement assigned in the project (the cut off date
for the non title holder is tlie start date of
          census and for title holders it is the date of legal
notification under section 4(1) of LA Act 1894).
          'Table3.15presents the village wise distribution of affected
families and the PAPs.


                                      Table 4.15: Distribution of
Affected Families
                                                                    PAHs
PAPS
          I
          !_-_                               PAFs
                        Village                         PAHs
PAHs,(WHH)*          Male           Female

           C I ~ a h lI~ ~ l                  73           35
4             116              99

           f-lusenpur Khan1                   10           2
1              10               8

           Golok Kondar                       26           14
2              41              28

           Slsiya Chiramani                   89           57
3             125              78

           Guide bund 1                       29           19
3              42

           Raharpur                           76           37
5              91
           Guicie bund 2                      61           35
3              82




           '1s 5hol.tn in table 4.15 above, a total of 396 fanlilies will
be affected due to the proposed project,
           which in turn will affect 927 persons. Although, some of the
agricultural plots will be adversely
           affected, PAPS will not be physically displaced. For these
plots RAP provides assistances in the
           torm of l~velihoodrestoration, training etc.
4.5.4        SOCIO-CULTURAL CHARACTERISTICS


       'I'his section ot the report mairily deals with the demographic
and social characteristics viz., sex
       ratio, family type, ethnic composition, religious groups, literacy
and age group classification.
       'I'hese indicators later on will help it1 monitoring the
effectiveness of the Rehabilitation Action
       Plan. The den~ographicand social characteristics are presented in
tables 4.16 through 4.18.


             Table 4.16: Demographic and Social Characteristics

               Age Group             Male                 Female
               <=6                            38                   29
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            7-14                            102                    56
            15-18                            37                    15
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               1'1-25                         80                   56
         .--

               26-35                        118                    83
               36-45                         72                    59
               46-59                         32                    47


               Total                 1      548           1    379              /

             Table 4.17: Social stratification of Affected Families

         Caste/ Community           I              Number of Families
            SC                                                           50


        I     OBC                                                       236
              General                                                     99
              Muslim                                                      11
        !     Total                  1                                  396 1


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        Table 4.18: Affected Vulnerable Families

1

                                                    Non- Vulnerable
WHH
          Village                  Vulnerable

          IChahlari                    58                  15         4

          It~usennurKhani      /       10       I           0         /
l     /

          / ~ o l oKondar
                    k                  3                   23
2

          'Sisiya Chiraniani   /       27                  62
3
          G u ~ d ebund 1                  6               23
3

          J3ah a r pr                  31                  45
5

          'Guide bund 2                14                  47
3
                                       19                  13
0

                                       168                 228
21


          Sex Ratio

         1 1 ~ 1 1
               ing the census survey, sex of every individual was
recorded as it helps in identification of
         t~~~iitly vulnerable category as per R&R policy. As shown in the
table 4.16 above, 548 of
                   ancl
         the PAl's are male. The sex ratio of PAPS (692) is comparatively
much lower than state
         average (898).

         Household Type
         The institution of joint family, which has been a characteristic
feature of Hindu society from
         'incient times, is breaking down owing to various economic and
social factors. Situation is
         some~vhatsimilar in the project area where nuclear families were
more dominating than any
         other farnily system.


         Religious Groups
         Data on religious groups were collected in order to identify
religious minorities among the
         PAPS. As the tabIe (Table 4.17) above shows, only two faiths are
professed in the study area
         vi7., I Iinduism and Islam. Hinduism is the dominant of two.


         Social Stratification
         Hindus in the project area as elsewhere, is based on the
traditional four-fold caste system of
         Rrali~nin,Kshatriya, Vaishyas and Shudras. The first three
categories belong to higher caste
         cvhere as the last category generally belongs to scheduled
population. I11 order to identify
         vulnerable groups, it is important to record the social group
affiliation of the PAP. The survey
         results show that General Castes and OBCs are the dominating
categories. Since no tribal
         household was found in the area no IPDP is required.

         Distribution of PAPs by Age Group Classification
         As per R&R policy, all males above the age of 18 years,
~rrespectiveof marital status w1l1be
         considerc.cl as separate fanuly and all women PAPs, above the
age of 18but uilnial rled will be
         cons~derecias separate family. Age group classification also
helps in assessing dependent and
         econoln~callyindependent population.


         In light of the above, PAPS were distributed in 5 age group
categories. As the table shows,
         nearly one fourth of the total PAPS fall under the age category
of below 14 years (Children).
         Percentage of old and retired PAPs (60 or more than 60 years) is
more than 10%.This clearly
         indicates that average life span of the PAPSin the study area is
higher.


         Since the definition of child labour restricts the age of child
labour at 14 years, all those above
         tliv ~igcof 11 and below the age of 60 has been considered under
the category of
         "economicnlly tndependent group" or "worker's group". As the
table above (Table 4 16)
         shows, 67% of the total PAPs are under this category
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                       Socially Vulnerable Households
                        .4 total of 168 socially vulnerable households
were identified during the surveq Of thesc
                        majority are scheduled caste farnilies (50)and 21
are women headed households.


            4.5.5       RESOURCE BASE OFTHE AFFECTED FAMILIES


                       Th~ssectloll of the report deals with the economic
status of the Project Affected IJelsons
                        (I'AIJs) The information presented In table 4.19
(below) has been collected through both
                        cemus as well as sample soc~o-economicsurvey The
economic indicators considered dur~ng
                        the survey were usual activity, occupational
pattern, and average household income. '[he
                        5ource-wise Income and expenditure pattern are
presented in Table 4.20 and 421
                        respectively .


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                        Table 4.19: Resource Base of the PAFs
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                          Usual Activities
Chahlari Ghat

                          Worker
339

                          Non worker
126

                          Household work
282

                          Student
179

                          Old /Retired
1
                        / Total
927     1
                        L-
                           1       Occupation
                                   Agriculture

                                    Agriculture labour
36

                                    Govt. Service
2

                               Private
14
                           [       Business
5         1
                           1 Total
339

                           F         i   e Annual household Income
31478
                           [AverageAnnual household Exvenditure
30544
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     I*r*                  Table 4.20: Source-wise Income

Average Income


(Rs)
                                          1 Agsicillture
25182
                 12.                       1Allied agriculture
0
     9.s-

                 / ?                          /Forcstrv               1
0 /
                               -I
0
                      I                       111-1Industry
     U-
                      r-
                               5              Trade/ bus~ness
1889
  -              :             6           /Govt. service             I
0 /
                 1 7                       /Pvt. service              I
630 1
                 I8                       I Non-agricultural labour
1574
  n"r
                   1 9            / Arrricultural labour
0
                     /   10        /Rent                            I
2203 1
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            Table 4.21: Expenditure Pattern
            S1 No     / Particular                  Average Expenditure
(Rs)
        1                                       1
                     I
                     1 Food
14496
        al                                      I




        15           1 Others
11524

        I            1 Total
30544

        Usual Activity
        It is important to record usual activity so as to assess whether
PAP is gainfully employed or
        not. The activity the PAP is engaged in helps in formulating
alternative iricome generation
        ~clienlesSuch act~vitiesmay be directly economically gainful or
may not be.

        As the table above shows, approximately 36 percent of the total
PAPs are engaged in sonic or
        the other kind of economically gainful activity ancl hence are in
the category of workers. In
        rural areas, generally some kind of economically gainful
activities are always available either
        in cultivation or non-agriculture labour activities run under
various government poverty
        alleviation schemes. Still a small percentage of PAPs are
reportedly non-workers               01.

        ~~neniployed.Hence, such section of PAPs will require special
attention during
        implementation phase of RAP.

        Occupational Pattern
        C)ccupational pattern of the PAPs are recorded to assess their
skill so that they can be
        imparted training in the same trade for alternative income
generating scheme. Secondly,
        occupational pattern helps in identifying dominating economic
activity in the area. As thtl
        survey results show, like any other rural area agriculture
remailis the main occupation.

        Average Annual HH Income and Expenditure
        Annual income helps in identifying families below poverty line.
During the survey income of
        a household through all possible sources was recorded. While
calculating the average inconie,
        ~.tl~.tainhouseholds having unusually high income (figure in
lakhs) were otllittcd from the
        data base as such PAPs, though are having a small property on the
project roads, they stay in
        the cities ancl run other business. Accordingly, the average
annual household income, as the
        table above indicates works out to Rs. 31478. The average annual
expenditure is more or less
        the same as the income. Hence the PAPS do not have much savings.
The various sources
        asked during the survey for calculating household income includes
agriculture; allied
        agriculture activities; forestry; agriculture Iabour; non-
agriculture labour; householci
        industries; services; trade and business; profession; etc. Income
from these sources was
        added up dnd weighted average was taken to arrive at average
annual income figure.

        PAPs Below Poverty Line
        Poverty line for the purpose of the project has been considered
at annual inconie of Rs 24,000
        per family. The survey result shows that out of 213 households
getting affected 109are below
        poverty line, which is approximately 51% of the total affected
households.

        Household Asset Structure of PAPS
        Any development project brings about a change in the life style
and the standard of living of
        the PAPs. Apart from ininiovable properties such as land and
house, it also has an impact on
        movable properties. Any improvement in the economic conditions of
the families is usually
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        rcflccted in acquisition of these assets and similarly any
adverse ecorio~~iicsituation results in
        selling of these assets. The asset structure is an indicator of
the economic strength of a
        particular family and its capacity to sustain the impact. The
assets recorded during the
        sample socio-economic survey includes; livestock, household
furniture, utensils, durables,
        etc.

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        Other Durable Assets
        L tens115nnd till 111tuieare the most common household Items used
by eve1y fani~lyacloss all
        the p~ojcctcol 11do1s      This IS mainly because ot two reasons
VIZ,apart from belng most
        ~ii~tx>ttaiit Items, are also the cheapest of all other durable
assets used by a tari~rly Among
        the evperisrve assets, nun~belof jewellery and watches were found
mole than motorc)~cles,
        telev~s~ons,tape recorder and rad~os

        Agriculture Implements
        Small agriculture tools like hoe or sickle is possessed by all
the families holding land followed
        by plough (either wooden or iron). Ownership of tractor and
thrasher is also less than one
        pc1 tCiniilyin the project.


        Livestock Ownership
        Tlie average number of cattle heads owned by a family in the
project area is 9.63. Similarly
        average number of poultry birds owned by a family is 17.
Ownership of goats/sheep/pigs is
        about 9 in the project corridors.


4.5.6   NEED FOR DATA UPDATE AND MECHANISM TO CONDUCT UPDATE
        1V.I' implementation usually starts within one year after the RAP
preparation. In case ot
        delay, it    IS suggested that partnering NGOs entrusted with the
responsibll~tyof RAP
        ~~nplenie~itationalong with PWD, should conduct a Core Rapid
Appraisal and update the
        data base.


        li&R Coordinator from PWD will supervise the ent~reexercise and
th~sdocument ~voilld
        serve as revised baseline information for the PAPS finaIly
getting affected by the project
        Ilowever, for non-title holders the day of census survey
(conducted during the preparation
        stage of the project) will remain as cut-off date. Tlie mechanism
to conduct update is given In
        table 4.22below:
                               Table 4.22: Core Rapid Appraisal Mechanism

Staff
                Technique               Method             Group Size
Time
       No
Required


              interview        with special knowledge group
observer &        3 hours
                                or experience
interview per

village
              l ocus group
2 hours per
                                in open-ended group       grouP
observer &       group per
                                sessiol~s
moderatol       village
            C o m m u n i ~    Open public meeting       Large number At
least 2         1 day per
        3 Interview            with prepared              (more than 20)
interviewer      village
                               questionnaire
            Structured         Observation of people     Large or small
Team of 4 or 5 Several days
            direct             and things plus           numbers
        3
            observation        individual or group
                               interviews if desired
            Informal           Non probability           Sample size of
Team ot 4 or 5 One day pel
                                sampling with open        30-50
surveyors        village
                                ended questionnaires      respondelits
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           4.5.7    ANALYSIS OF ALTERNATIVES
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                    -1 h15sect~ondiscusses the analysis of alternatives
that have been considered for the Phase 11
                    up-gradation routes in general and for bridge
approaches and locations in particular. It also
                    lncludes a discussion on with and without project
scenario. The methodology that has been
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                    adopted for the evaluation of the alternate routes
for improvement and the selection based on
                    engineering, economic, environmental and social
concerns have also been highlighted.
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                    Route Alternatives through Strategic Options Study

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                    !\ Stlateg~cOptions Study (SOS) 1~7asconimissioned by
Uttar P~adeshPubl~cWorks
                    Department In 1996 This study generated a llst of
2551 km candidate roads for up-gradat~on
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                    and 8000 km for maintenance The candidate routes were
those satisfying at least one
                    criterion out of those listed below:
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                         Volunie to capacity ratio >l
&
                         Volume to capacity ratio >0.8.
                         Commercial traffic 70%of fast moving traffic (in
PCUs)
UCa
                         Vol~iil~eto capacity ratio >0.50
                         Conn~iercialtraffic >75%of fast nioving traffic
(in PCUs)
xaCr                     Connectivity and alternative route to highly
congested corridors, particularlv National
                         Highways
                         Bad roads and high commercial traffic
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-                          Anticipated development in the region/increase
in traffic/backward


                      "With" and "Without" Project Scenario


                      UP State Road Project I1 (UPSRP 11)

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                    Uttar Plddesli lias not been able to develop the road
infrastructure at a pace that would allow
                    it to compete with other states to become a favourite
destination for industry which would
                    have enabled rapid development of India's most
populous, yet one of the least developed
                    states. The 'w~th' and 'without' project scenarios
are analysed with this backdrop of
                    ~equirer~ientof- reliable quality infrastructure for
sustained growth of state's economy and
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                      consequent well being of its citizens.


                      With and Without Chahlari Ghat Bridge Planned on
Ghaghara


                    'The proposal for a bridge at Chahlari Ghat on
Ghaghara was decided by PWD in consultation
                    with PCC consultants. The bridge is planned at
Chal~lariGhat on up-gradation routes to be
                    implemented in Phase 11. The without bridge scenario
will be a bottleneck and will have no
                    utility of the up-gradation route planned in the near
by areas. Further, no bridge scenario will
                    be a big bottleneck to the motorised traffic and
detrimental to the growth in the region.
                     ThCI ~ c ~ l t ~isopresently used by the publlc to
cross the river in non-monsoon months. 'Ihe
                                        n
                    ex~stlngbridge on Ghaghara close to Chahlari Ghat is
in the downstrean~at about 40 km on
                    12ucknow-Bahraichroad.


                    Basis of selection of Location of Proposed Bridge


                     'The location of the bridge lias been planned based
on Hydraulic Model Studies conducted for
                     the location by the Departn1ent of Civil Engineering,
Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur
                     Based on ~ilodelstudies 111ost suitable location of
the bridge has been finalised The model
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        ~ t u d yhas also recommended river training and bank protectioii
measures. As per the final
        design, guide bunds have been proposed at the bridge location on
both the banks


        Finalization of Approaches

        Approaches of Chahlari Ghat Bridge


        \l'lillc~sclectrng the bridge ayproache5 the
tollow~ngconsiderations have been tlie gu~drng
        t n c to15


                  local topography
                  optimum lengths, and
                  minimisation of acquisition of land


        The flood plain of Ghaghara at the proposed bridge location is
considerably wide and the
        rrvcs f l o ~during non-monsoon months re~nainsmostly towards the
left side (Bahraich side)
        The dry bed of the river is utilised for cultivation by the
locals. For river crossirig during the
        dry season, locals use the dry riverbed on Sitapur side and the
pedestrian path that is located
        nlostly on the wasteland/ Government land on the Bahraich side.
The planned bridge proper
        is confined between the two guide bunds towards Bahraich side.
Thus, the approach road to
        the bridge remains smaller on the Bahraich side while a much
longer approach road is
        required on the Sitapur side.


        The entire approach    011 the Sitapur side falls in the flood
plain. The land is utilised by the
        locals for cultivation during tlie non-monsoon period. A straight
alignment of the approach
        Iias been considered on this side of the river, as it would
minimise private land acquisitioli for
        this purpose.
        On Bahraich side, two options were considered (i) foI1owing the
existing pedestrian path
        used by the locals (ii) a new alignment through the private
agricultural fields. The first opt~on
        was preferred, as the existing pedestrian path that passes mostly
through waste land/
        Govern~iientland would minimise private land acquisition for the
purpose




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5.0     COMMUNITY PARTICIPATION

5.1     Introduction
        IJublic participation was undertaken to make explicit the social
factors that will affect the
        cievclopment i~ripactsof planned highway improvements and mediate
project results.
        'I'hrougli public participation, stakeholders and key social
issues were identified and strategy
        bvas formulated. It included socio-cultural analysis and design
of social strategy, institutional
        analysis and spt~cificallyaddressed the issue of how poor and
vulnerable groups may benefit
        from the project.


        Participation is a process, through which stakeholder influence
arid share control over
        development initiatives and the decisions and the resources,
which affects them. 'I'he
        effectiveness of R&R programme is directly related to the degree
of continuing involvement
        of tlioscl affected by tlie project. Comprehensive planning is
required to assure that local
        government, NGOs, host population and project staff interacts
regularly, frequently and
        purposefully throughout all stages of the project. Participation
of persons directly affected by
        projects is a primary requirement in developnient of R&R, if its
programmes are to be suited
        to the needs of the resettled population. Their involvement
vastly increases the probability of
        their successful resettlement and rehabilitation.


5.2     Consultation and Participation Mechanisms
        1:xperience indicates that involuntary resettlement generally
gives rise to severe problems for
        ilic <~ff~rtedpopulation. These problen~smay be reduced if, as
part of a resettlement program,
        people are properly informed and co~isulted about the project,
their situation and
        preterences, ant1 allowed to make slleaningful choices. This
serves to reduce the insecurity
        and opposition to the project which otherwise are likely to
occur.
        'The project will therefore ensure that the affected population
and other stakeholders are
        informed, consulted, and allowed to participate actively in the
development process. This will
        be clone throughout the project, both cluring preparation,
implementation, and monitoring of
        project resu Its and impacts.


        During implementation and monitoring stage, information will be
disseminated to project
        affected persons and other key stakeholders in appropriate ways.
This information wiIl be
        prepared in Hindi and local languages as required, describing the
main project features
        including tlie entitlement framework. Consultation will be
carried out in ways appropriate
        for cult~~ral,gender-based, and other differences aniong the
stakeholders. Where groups or
        il~dividualshave different views/opinions, particular emphasis
will be laid on the views and
        necds of the vulnerable groups.


         Flit. Kesettlenier~tAction Plan provides detailed information
regarding the consultat~on
        process. It describes information disclosure at preparation
stage. The consultation process
        established during preparation stage of the project uses
different types of consultation such as
        in-depth interviews with key informants, focus group discussions,
seminars and meetings
        The consultation program included, the following:


              Heads of households likely to be impacted;
              Houseliolcl members;
              Clusters of 13APs;
              Villagers;
              Village panchayat
              L.oc'11 voluntary organisations; and Community based
organisation or Non Gove~nmental
              Organisation;

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            Government Agencies and Departments;
            Major project stakeholders, such as women, road-user groups,
health professionals, and
            others; and
            Distribution of project information sheet


        1Zs part of the consultation process, wonien are given the
opportunity to voice tlieir views
        without the presence of men.


        As part of the preparation for the project, state level workshop
was conducted with
        participation fro111key stakeholders including local NGOs,
academic institutions, government
        offic~als,and others. The purpose of the stakeholder workshop was
to present and discuss the
        tramcwork and approach to soc~alimpacts and resettlement, and to
achieve agreement about
        lniylementation nlechanisms and coordination among different
groups and agencies.


        The main objectives of the consultation program were to
n~inimisenegative impact ancl to
        make people aware of the project. During the process efforts were
made to ascertain the
        views and preferences of the people. The aims of community
consultation were:


            To understand views of the people affected             W r t
to the ~mpactsof the project
            To ident~fyand assess all major economic and sociological
character~st~csof the v~llageto
            enable effectwe plannlng and lmplementatlon and,
             10 lesolve the Issues ~ e l a t ~ n gaffect on conimunlty
property, ~f anv
                                               to


5.3      The process
         Consultatioii process was carried out at three different levels,
viz.,
             State
             District, and
             1,ocalor Village


5.3.-!   STATE LEVEL CONSULTATION
        An essential feature of the assess~nentprocess is consultation
with locdl experts and
        stakeholders particularly those who w~illbe most directly
affected. Considering this a state
        level workshop was held in Lucknow on             l l t l lof
February 2002. The participants included
        social and environmental scientists from research sector, non-
government organisations,
        PWD representatives and PAPSfrom various project routes. The
Workshop was divided into
        three sessions. Session I was generic introduction of the
project, session I1 was presentation of
        social and environmental issues and session I11 was open
discussion on social and
        environmental issues, where findings of the group discussions
were sumniarised. The
        purpose, of the workshop was to yrorriote public awareness and
understanding of proposed
        project actions arid to notify stakeholders and others of
opportunities to participate in
        consultations and the assessment process.


        Planning for the workshop included contacts with numerous social
and environmental NGOs
        arid other project stakeholders to encourage participation. I11
order to make PAPS and NGOs
        to participate, open invitation was given through newspapers (one
in Ilindi local and one in
        Fnglisli) for two consecutive days. Care was taken to ensure that
newspaper selected have
        the ~ . i d e scirculation in Uttar Pradesh. Nearly 150 people
attended the state level workshop.
                        t


        At the State Level, consultation process also included
consultation with representatives of key
        project stakeholders and in-depth discussion with PWD / PWD
representatives, agencies
        concerned with highway safety and health conditions and NGOs
working on highway
        associated diseases.


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        'The issurs discussed in tlie workshop ns sum~narisedbelow:
            The ~nainemphasis was that compensation should be on the
basis of "land for larid" and
            for all those losing land. Compensation for other immovable
assets should be paid timely
            and on replacement value. The location and type of land is
important and should not be
            allotted in fragments.
        r   Physical relocation and resettlement was discussed in length.
Participants were of the
            view that displacement should be avoided and in case it is
unavoidable, social fabric of
            tlie persons relocated should be maintained bp moving them
along with their peel.
            g r o ~ ~ pEfforts should be made to prevent loss of access
to livelihood and PAPS need to
                       s .
            bc Fully involved in relocation plannir~gand process right
from the project inception
            stage. The time factor in any resettlement is crucial.
Participants expressed their concern
            about the failure of various relocation projects and said
that resettlement should precede
            demolishment of structures.

        I   Only local NGOs should be contracted for RAP implementation
and should also be
            trained for R&R.
        r PAPs should be informed about both negative and positive
impacts of the project and

            their views should be considered. Participants were of the
view that unless PAPs are
            taken into confidence, sense of ownership towards the road
will not develop among them
            and no body will come forward to maintain the roads.

        I   I.engthy discussion took place on the role arid utility of
Community participation. Quite a
            few participants were of the view that involvement of
community creates unnecessary
            problem in the project and hence project gets delayed.
PWD officials primarily
            represented this group. However, another large group strongly
supported participation
            of local community in the project. PCC consultants informed
the gathering that public
            consultatiolls are ongoing process and will continue even
during the construction phase
            through NGOs. Project Director requested PWD officials to
look into positive aspect of
            community participation ancl also gave example of Moradabad
bypass where land
            accluisition could not take place because of lack of
community mobilisation.


5.3.2   DISTRICT LEVEL CONSULTATIONS


        District level consultations were held during project preparation
stage in January 2002. 'These
        corisultations w7ereguideline for the preparation of R&R
principles and model for continued
        consultations. Ilistrict Level consultations were also held to
solicit public and PAP i n p ~ ~in

t s
        project design..These consultations were intended to prepare for
district committees that will
        be established to support RAP implementation. Participants in
District level consultations
        included District Magistrate, representatives of district level
officials of line departments,
        NGOs, and PAP representatives apart from Project Director and
Social and Environmental
        consultants. Notice was published in at least two local
newspapers on the day of consultation
        arid one day before the consultation was heId, for general public
to participate.


        The objectives of district level corisultations were:


            '1.0 expand a\vareness of the project aniong the public,
local government, peoples'
            representatives and non- government organisations in areas
impacted by the project
            To identify social and environmental sensitivities and other
concerns that should be
            cor~sideredduring project design and planning.
            To review potential impacts of the project to date; measure
taken to avoid, identified in
            social and environmental assessments reduce or mitigate
adverse impacts and minimise
            displacement; and provisions of project's RAP




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             1'0 explain principles and procedures proposed for land
acquisition, resettlement and
            ri~loc~~tion, the cornpensatton and assistance that will be
providecl to ploject affected
                        'knd
            pelsons, households and groups who Inay lose land or assets
or suffer other losses
            1o Introduce house-to-house surveys, asset verification, and
village level consultat1on5
            along project roads.
            Assure that local-level ~nputsare considered m project
preparation

                             Table 5.1:Issues Raised During Consultation
      I~~onsultationVenue        Issues             Concerns
Approach in RAP
      j~aharaicli                 R&R policy         How R&R policy
R&R policy based on WB
       January 22,2002
       Vihas Bhavan

post project scenario.

More over RAP document


                                                     seasons, so
Income Restoration of




incorporated in design
                                                     minimum land
Alignment and design of

approaches to take care of

minimum private land




would be taken during




       Vikas Bhavan
post project scenario.

More over RAP document

has one chapter on
                                                     seasons, so
Income Restoration of




incorporated in design
                                                     niini~nulnland
Alignment and design of

approaches to take care of

minimum private land



displacement. Also care

would be taken during

survey to ensure that no




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5.3.3   LOCAL LEVEL CONSULTATIONS
        1,ocal level consultations were also carried out at the bridge
location. The size of group was
        restricted to 10 to 15 so that every body gets the chance to
express their views on the project.
        Separate group meetings were held for women. Women were consulted
to understand their
        vies about the project, hardship they face and perceived impact
of the project. Defecation in
        open agricultural fields is a common practise among the
villagers. One of tlie concern
        e ~ p r e s ~ ebyd the participants was related to security and
privacy during construction period.
        Other issues were related to safety of their children and
livestock in post construction period,
        social severance, etc. The objectives of local level
consultations were to inform the affected
        persons about the project, R&R policy, to incorporate their views
in the RAP/design and
        nlitigation measures as suggested by them.


        Methodology
        Consultation tea111included one Social Scientist specialised in
qualitative data collection,     '1

        Lvomen community organiser and one investigator. Data was
collected through rural
        appraisal techniques viz., social and resource mapping and group
discussions. Meetings were
        organisecl at Sisiya chirmani village, a flood affected village
and at Husainpur, Golok Kondar,
        Baharpur and Kamhour. It was ensured that women participated in
these meetings. The
        women corl~munityorganiser in the team separately interacted with
the women to record
        their specific concerns.


        Issues raised and Key findings of the local level consultations
        Following issues were mail1concern of the people
             Permanent Governmentjob in case of displacement
             Conipensation at replacement value
             Proper Drainage
             Concentric widening
           'The key findings of the local level consultations are as
follows:


             Though participants were aware of'the project, they did not
know details of the project.
             PAPs were of the view that community should be consulted
before the drawings of the
             bridge is finalised. They were informed that team would
collie back to the village to
             disseminate information regarding finalisation of the
design.
             Compensation was the major issue in every discussion. Their
fear of low compensation
             was allayed on being informed that one to one negotiation is
being proposed in the
             project. Cash compensation is more preferred by the PAPs.
             As regard to employment in the project, permanent job in PWD
or with the contractor
             was preferred over temporary job during the project
inlplementation. Majority of PAPS
             engaged in agriculture or as agriculture labour agreed to
work as labour with the
             contractor.


5.4     Continuation of Public Consultations
         The effectiveness of the R&R program is directly related to tlie
degree of cont~nutng
        ~nvolvementof those affected by the project. Participation of
PAPs has been emphasised In
        the development of RAP to assure that its components are suited
to the needs of the impacted
        and resettled population. Tlieir continued involvement and
participation during RAP
        implementation will both increase the probability of their
successful resettlement aiid
        rehabilitation and contribute to the overall project success.


        13u11ngthe p~eparat~onstage, consultat~onswere held at local,
district and statc level a\
        doculnenteci above Several addlt~onal~oundsof coilsultat~onswith
PAPs have been planned
        In the act1011plan through partne~ingNGO dunrig RAP
implementation. Consultations

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        during RAP inlplementation will involve agreements on
con~pensationand assistance options
        and entitlements with PAPs and completion of a PAP identity card
ind~cat~ngthe accepted
        entitlement package. The other round of consultations will occur
when compensation and
        asristance are provided and actual resettlement begins.


            Plan for Continued Participation
            The following set of activities is required for effective
implementation of RAP. This will
            cilsohelp in timely execution of RAP.


            Information Disclosure
            For the benefit of the community in general and PAPs in
particular. RAP and R&R policy
            will be translated in Hindi and kept at


            Public Libraries of the districts
            Office of Chief Development Officer,
            IL.ihl.ariesof various colleges in the district.
            I'WD offices near the bridge approaches and at the two
district head quarters
            Schools of the villages affected, and
            Any other prominent public place along the highway


            The report will also be available at World Bank Info shop
Washington DC and New Delhi
            Office as per World Bank disclosure policy.


            A copy of RAP and R&R policy will also be placed at the
office of Project Director,
            UPSRP-11, L.ucknow and respective SRP -11circle and
divisions.

        *   Public Information Dissemination
            The document will be translated in Hindi. Hindi version of
X&R policy nrzrl Xchilhilitntioil
            Action Plmz would be disclosed to public. The document would
be kept at public places
            like libraries,Tahsil office,Panchayat office and District
Headquarter. Concerned local
            PliVD official engaged in monitoring of NGOs
implen~entationalong with NGOs, will
            provide information on R&R policy 121111 Rel7nhilitntiorr
Actiorl P112t1 to the people in
              continous manner.Following are proposed activities for RAI'
disclosure:


            7    The NGOs involved in the implementation of RAP will
organise public meetings, and
                w~llappraise the communities about the progress in the
implementation of works.
            r The NGO will organise public meetings to inform the
community about the payment
                and assistance paid to the community.           Regular
update of the program of
                resettlement component of the project will be palced for
public display at the PWD
                oftrce.


              Followup Consultation


            Followup consultation will be carried out after the
finalisation of RAP and freezing of
            drawings. The consultations will be carried out at local
levels along with the highway
            engineer and environmental expert. Locatioli for
consultations will be finalized in
            consultation with PWD.


        m     Community Participation


            For effective implementation of RAP, it is essential to
provide scope of involv~ng
            cornniunitic:~and PAPs in the process. The mechanism of
involving communities is
            suggested below :


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                            Table 5.2:Mechanism for Continued Participation



Project & Local

Officials


                        public meetings     assessment
information or           information on
                        Identify            Assist in census     various
aspects         PAP skills etc.
                        alternatives to     and SE survey        of host
Suggest ways to
                        avoid or            Participate in
comlliunities            minimise
                        minimise            coordination         Assist in
data          impacts
                        displacement        committee            collection
and          Indicate local
                        Assist in           Participate in       design
staff and budget
                        developing and      group meetings       Provide
inputs          capacity for
                        choosing            Design and           to site
selection       relocation.
                        alternative         ~mplemer~tan         Identify
possible       Assist NGO in
                        options for         information          conflict
areas          information
                        relocatioi~and      campaign             with PAPs
dissemination
                        income              Support group        Identify
social         Participate in
                        generation          formation,           and
cultural            consultations
                        Help to choose      proL)lem             facilities
needed       Examine the
                        resettlement        ident~fication       at
resettlement          feasibility of IG
                        sites.              and plannlng for     sites
schemes and
                        Participate in      PAPs and hosts,      Assist in
discuss with
                        survey              Design and
identification of        PAIJs.
                        Participate in       Participatory       IG schemes
Help document
                        meeting with         process           Provide
inputs          and
                        host population      Suggest           for design
of IG         consultations.
                        Provide inputs       niechanlsm for    schemes
                        to entitlement       grievance         Help
develop a
                        provisions           redressal of      process of
                        Assist in            conflict
consultation
                        preparation of       resolution.       between
hosts
                        action plan          Assist in         and PAPs.
                        Suggest              preparation of    Suggest
                        mt,chanism for       action Plan       mechanism
for
                        grievance                              grievance
                        redressal conflict                     redressal
and
                        resolution and                         conflict
                        participate in
resolution.
                        grievance
                        redressal
                        Participate in
                        coordination
                        committees




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Project & Local
 Project Stage              PAPS               NGOs             Hosts

Officials


                        implementat~on     information for   relocation
p1oposals
                        support            PAPSand hosts     Manage
Partic~pate~n
l                       activities         Provide support   common
grievance
                        Participation in   in group          property
at site     redressal
                       local decision      management
Participate in       Provide
                       making              Monitor           local
assistance under
                      activities.          entitlement
committees.         local schemes.
                      Decide on            provision by      Assist
PAPs in      Participate as
                      management of        implenientation
integration with    member of

                        COl11l110I1        of IG schemes.    Hosts.
Implementation
                       properties          Assist            Assist
PAPs in       colnmittce.
                       Participate in      implenienting     use of new
                       grievance           live deptts.      production
                       redressal           Provide support   system.
                       mechanism.          to RAP            Use
established
                        Monitor            implementation    mechanisms
for
                        provision of       Training to       grievance
                        entitlements       eligible PAPs     redressal.
                        Labour and         Support to
                        other inputs of    vulnerable
                        site               groups
                        Labour and         Evaluate
                        other inputs at    community
                        site               process and
                        Credit and other   social
                        group scheme       preparation
                        management         Provide advice
                        O&M of sites       on grievance
                        and project        redressal.
                        inputs
                      Members of
                      implementation
                      conlmittee


                      Participate in        Provide            Provide
inputs      Ongoing
                       grievance            information to     to M&E of
R&R        interaction with
                       tribunals            project staff on
PAPSto identify
                       Report to project    vulnerable
problenis in 1G
                       on IG schemes        groups
programme.
                       Report on            Act as M&E
Participants in
                       service quality of   agency for
correctional
                       sites                project
strategies.
                                            Act as external
                                            111onitorsfor
                                            project (where
                                            not previously
                                            involved)




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6.0               LAND ACQUISITION AND IMPACT ON ASSETS


6.1                Land Acquisition Estimate
                   A total of 50.8937hectares of land w7ill be required,
out of which 3.4187 ha is government /
                   pancllayat land. The break up is shown below:

                                         Table 6.1:Extent of Land
Acquisition Estimate
               /
Government /             Total Land
                        Bridge Site               Private Land

Panchavat Land               (ha)



                   Land Acquisition and Impact on Farmers
                   Acquisition of agriculture land will have negative
economic impact on the farmers. 'Tht)
                   census survey was carried out among the persons
affected due to proposed project. Informal
                   discussions were also carried out with the affected
persons to gain an insight into the inipact
                   l,A will have on farming community The same has been
presented below:


                   Marginal and Small Agriculture plots
                   Thc survey results show that the average size of
holdings of the PAPs is 0.55ha. Since most of
                   the holdings are either marginal or small, loss of
land due to guide bund and approaches will
                   certainly bring in further economic hardship on the
farming community.

                   Probable change in cropping pattern
                   The project would acquire about 3.42 ha. Government
land including Gauchar land, Gran1
                   sabha land and naveen parti would be acquired to
construct the bridge approaches. So a
                   change in land use is being envisaged. For this
purpose provision are made in the policy
                   doci~mentto mitigate the impact. Likewise 47.45 ha of
private land are to be acquired for the
                   coustsuction of bridge. These are mostly agricultural
land. Guide bund is being proposed in
                   agriculture land. So there is change in land use
pattern and agricultural land would change
                   into non-agricultural use. Consequently, there may be
change in land use and cropping
                   pattern. After construction of the bridge few Dhabas
are likely to come up ancl they would
                   require vegetables and daily items for kitchen. So
there will be an increased demand for
                   vegetable cultivation instead of cereal farming in the
small left over holdings post acquisition,
                   along the road. Because of advancement of
communication, mango-processing unit may
                   come u p along the project corridor. There would be
temporary loss of income but in long run
                   the project ~ . o u l dbenefit PAPs. No significant
loss of income because of change in cropping
                   pattern or construction of bridge is being envisaged.


                   Major Crops Grown in the Area and productivity
                   As the table 6.2 below shows that most of the major
Rabi and Kharif crops are grown In both
                   the project sites. Vegetables are also grown but
mainly for consumption at household level.
                   4 s the table indicates, productivity is quite high in
the area.

                                     Table 6.2:Maior Crovs and
Productivitv ver Hectare

l

Average Yield of the
                I Bridge Site                Crops
                l

                /l Chahlari Ghat             Gram




                                             Mustard



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                                                            Yield per ha.
(inkg)




                                    Sugarcane
598.35
                                    Wheat
22.79                   24.53


6.2     Options Preferred by PAPS
        1l)uring the discussion majority of the PAPS opted for cash
compensation (Table 6.3). The!.
        were of the view that with the conipe~~sationamount if provided
at replacement value, they
        will be able to buy new land. Only about 6%of the households
demanded land for land while
        only 4% Iiouseholds demanded training for self-employment.




6.3     Land Required for Ancillary Activities
        Apart from widening of roads, land will be required for setting
up of construction camps and
        contractor's office Requ~rementof such lands does not fall under
LA Act 1894, as contractor

        IS ~csponsiblefor arrangement of such land5 through negotiation
wlth willll~glessel
        I l o ~ e v e lcontrclctor IS supposed to return the land 111
orlginal form to the lesser after the
                       ,
        expiry of lease per~od.




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7.0     IMPACT ON WOMEN AND OTHER VULNERABLE GROUPS


        The vulnerable section of the society for the purpose of the
project includes, wonian headed
        families, scheduled families (both caste and tribes), families
below poverty line, destitute, old
        aged and orphans. Though no orphan, destitute and old age person
was found, significant
        number of scliecluled caste, woman headed households and BPL
households were found
        during the census survey. Table 7.1gives the distribution of
affected vulnerable families.


        'Table 7.1: Distribution of Affected Vulnerable Families

        Vulnerability Criteria                        Chahlari Ghat
        BPL families                                              97




7.1     Impact on women


        As per UN Human Development Report 2006, India ranks 96 out of
136 countries in the
        gender development index (GDI) that reveals the reality of
insufficient level of development
        of women as compared to men in this country. The economic
condition of woilien headed
        households varies considerably depending upon factors such as
marital status, social context
        of female leadership and decision making, access to facilities
and productive resources,
        iticome ancl composition of the household. These conditions form
the basis for defining
        indicators to assess the vulnerability of such households.


        While women constitute about 40% the affected population in the
project thei~issues and
        interest are not addressed adequately. Socio econoniic parameters
like liteiacy, ~ o r forcek
        participation rate, general health conditions etc. reveals that
social status of wonien is very
        backward in the project area and thereby brought forward the
scope of considering the
        Iiou~eholdsheaded by women as vulnerable.


        Women Headed Households
        A total of 21 woiiien headed liouseliolds and 379 women members
were found in the project
        area. 282 women in the project area are engaged in the household
work. Consultation with
        wonien reveals that women are not economically empowered.
Consultation in the project
        areas evidenced patriarchal society and decision of head of HH
prevails. Even in WI-IH,
        eldest male member takes decision about most of family affairs.
During consultation with
        wromen it was established that higher education facilities are
not accessible to most girls
        student.


        Number of Children per Woman
        In orcler to understand status of wonien in terms degree of
vulnerability ail attempt has beer1
        made to assess the number of children per wonian on project
routes. In this exercise, universe
        includes mothers with child less than or equal to 14 years of
age. A total of 225 children
        below 13years are found against 213 women in productive age.


        Women's role in Household Economy
        12s can he seen from table 7.2, woiiien participation in economic
activities is almost negligible.

        i"i pei 2001 census housework is also considered as an economic
activities. The majority, ot
        those ~ ' 1 1 0are gainfully employed are helping In agriculture
related activities (either as
        agriculture labour or in cultivation). As the table shows, nearly
74% of the women arc.

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                                    Table 7.4: Decision making power among
women                                 1
     Ftivities                              Number of women
Percent of Women        Percent of Women
         ~                                         respondents
saying Yes                saying No 1
     k-lnancLl matter                                          45
8.89              91.11
     L-

       ,Child's education                                     44
1136                 88.64

            klealtlicare of child                             21
14.29                85.71

            Purchase of assets                                46
13.04                86.96

                                                              47
74.47              25.53

            Soc~alfunctions                                   48
58.33               42 67

                                                              41
12.20              87.80


            D u ~ ~ nthe group discussion, various issues related to
household matter were raised viz.,
                            g
            their importance in financial matter, child's education,
child's health care, purchase of assets,
            iiialriages and other functions, etc. As the table 7.4 shows
iliajority of women PAPShave said
            that they do not have any decision making power at household
level barring day to day
            activities and social functions.


7.1.1       PARTICIPATION OF WOMEN IN THE PROJECT
            Thi, (;D1 l~aluefor India is verv low and the socio-economic
profile of the project area shows

             I I I L I C ~lower socio-economic standing for women. It is
imperative to bring the issue of
            n,ornen's developmerit in the process of socio-economic
uplift within the scope of the project.
            For this conscious effort should be made towards integrating
the issue in the project.


7.1.2       WOMEN INVOLVEMENT IN DEVELOPMENT PROCESSTHROUGH EMPLOYMENT
            The development experience of at least two decades shows that
it is equally necessary to
            consult wTolnenand offer them choices in enabling them to
make informed choices and decide
             for their own development.


            I'articipation of women has been envisaged specifically in
the following areas:
                      In the pre-planning and planning stages
participation from women could be sought
                      through allowing them taking part in the
consultation process. For this, the local level
                      agencies of implementation, i.e. the NGOs have an
important role to play.
                      Compensation for land lost being same for all the
affected families, special care should be
                      taken by the NGOs for women group while
implementing the process of acquisition and
                      compensation as well.
                      It is imperative that the PWD ensures that the
women are consulted and invited to
                      participate in group-based activities, to gain
access and control over the resource as a part
                      of the IiAP .
                      The NGOs should make sure that women are actually
taking part in issuance of identify
                      cards, opening accounts in the bank, receiving
compensation amounts through cheques
                      in their name or not, etc. This will further widen
the perspective of participation by the
                      women in the project implementation.
                      Under the entitlement framework there is a number
of provisions kept for cornpensation
                      arid assistances towards the losses incurred upon
the impacted women headed
                      households by the project. On the other, some
provisions, mostly those of the assistarlces,
                      have been created towards reducing the probable
hardship to be experienced by them in
                      the process side by side creating scope for their
sustainable socio-economic development.
                      The assistances to be provided to women as a
vulnerable group is creating alternative
                      livelil~oodfor them to ensure their sustainable
socio-economic upliftnient.
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             The implementing agencies should provide trainings for
upgrading the skill in the
             alternative livelihoods and assist throughout till the
beneficiaries start up with
             pro~i~~ctionand business.

        0    Women's participation should be initiated through Self-Help
Group formation in each of
             the villages affected by the project. These groups can then
be linked to special
             development schemes of the Government, like DWCRA. The
labour force required for thc
             construction activities will be mostly of high-skill nature
since a lot of machine work lvill
             be there in the construction of the highway. In addition,
there will be requirement of
             unskillecl labour where women will certainly contribute.
Apart from this, women as
             family members of the skilled and semi-skilled labourers,
will also stay in the
             construction camps and will be indirectly involved during
the construction phase. Thc
             families of labourer will include their children also.
             For monitoring and evaluation, there should be scope for
women's participation.
             hlonitoring of project inputs concerning benefit to women
should irivolve their
             participation that will make the process more transparent to
them.
             Women should be encouraged to evaluate the project outputs
from their point of view
             and their useful suggestions should be noted for taking
necessary actions for further
             modifications in the project creating better and congenial
situation for increasing
             pdrticipation from women. All these done in a participatory
way may bring fruit to this
             vulnerable group in an expected way.


7.1.3   SPECIFIC PROVISIONS IN THE CONSTRUCTION CAMP FOR WOMEN
        The provisions mentioned under this section will specifically
help all the women and children
        living in the construction camp.


        Temporary Housing
        During the construction the families of labourers/workers should
be provided with
        residei-ttialaccommodation suitable to nuclear families.
        Health Centre
        I-lealtli problems of the workers should be taken care of by
providing basic health care
        facilities through health centres temporarily set up for the
construction camp The health
        centre should have at least a doctor, nurses, General Duty staff,
medicines and mii-timum
        medical facilities to tackle first-aid requirements or minor
accidental cases, linkage with
        nearest higher order hospital to refer patients of major
illnesses or critical cases.


        Thc health centre should have MCW (Mother and Child Welfare)
units for treating mothers
        and children in the camp. Apart from this, the health centre
should provide with regular
        vnccinations required for children


        Day Creche Facilities
        It is expected that among the women workers there will be mothers
with infants and small
        children Provision of a day creche may solve the problems of such
women who can leave
        behind their children in such a creche and work for the day in
the construction activ~t~es.     If
        the construction work involves women       IIIits day-night
schedules, then the provision of such
        n c~Pcheshoulcl be made available on a 24-hour basis.


        The crPche should be provided with at least a trained ICDS
(Integrated Child Development
        Scheme) worker with 'ayahs' to look after the children. The ICDS
worker, preferably women,
        may take care of the children in a better way and can manage to
provide nutritional food (as
        prescribed in ICDS and provided free of cost by the government)
to them. In cases of
        emergency she, being trained, can tackle the health problems of
the children and can      01gar-tise
        treatment linking the nearest health centre.


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        Proper Scheduling Of Construction Works
        Owing to the demand of a fast construction work it is expected
that a 24 hours-long work-
        schedule would be in operation. Women, especially the mothers
with infants should to be
        exempted from night shifts as far as possible. If unavoidable,
creche facilities in the
        construction camps must be extended to them in tlie night shifts
too.


        Education Facilities
        'l'he construction workers are mainly mobile groups of people.
They are fourid to move from
        one place to another taking along their families with them. Thus,
there is a need for educating
        their children at the place of their work. For this at least
primary schools are required to be
        planned in the construction camps. Wherever feasible, day creche
facilities could be extended
        with primary educational facilities.


        Control on Child Labour
        Minors i.e., persons below the age of 14 years should be
restricted from getting involved in
        the constructional activities. It will be the responsibility of
Enviro~imentand Social Cell of
        l'M'1) and NGO to ensure that no child labourer is engaged in the
activities (This is one of thc
        tcisk in NGO's 'Terms of Reference). The cell would require
cooperation of Construction
        Supwvisio~~Consultants for effective monitoring for control on
child labour.


        Exploitation of young unmarried women is very common in such
camps. A strong vigilance
        mechanism will ensure ceasing of such exploitation.


        Project Director on receipt of coniplaint from R&R Coordinator or
NGO and valid proof may
        take necessary action as per the Child Labour (Prohibition &
Regulation) Act, 1986. Apart
        from that Project Director may take following actions:
        I. Penalty
        2.   Black listing of the firm


        Special Measures for Controlling STD, AIDS
        Solitary adult males usually dominate the labour force of
construction camps They play a
        significant role in spreading sexually transmitted diseases. In
the constructioii camps as well
        as in the neighbouring areas they are found to indulge in
physical relations with different
        wonieii. This unhealthy sexual behaviour gives rise to STDs and
ADIS.


         While. it is ciifficult to stop such activities, it is wiser to
make provisions for means of
         controlling the spread of such diseases. Awareness camps for the
target people, both in the
         construction camp and neighbouring villages as well, and supply
of condoms at concession
         rate to the male workers may help to large extent in this
respect.


7.2     Assistance to Other Vulnerable Groups under R&R Policy
        The R&R policy under paragraph 4 of sunlmary entitlement provides
for additional support
        to other vulnerable groups    illform of ecol-romic
rehabilitation grant calculated at one-year
        income level as determined by the Planning Commission of
Government of India for Belo~
        Poverty Tine.


        Laizdfor Land
        As a     speciaI measure in the project, the vulnerable group
will receive land as
        compensation/replacement for the land lost due to tlie project.


        While providing replacement land, emphasis will be to provide
land of equal or more
        productive value. 'The eligible vulnerable families will have
options to choose the locations
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        Rehabilitatio~rand assistancefor lost or dirnirrished livelilzood
        The objectlve of the R&R policy is to provide support to the
vulnerable families so that thev
        are able to restore their livelihood above the poverty level.
Therefore, additional econoruic
        reliabilitation grant same as the BPI, aniount + its 25%for 12
months, i e Rs. 23,000 per family

          i l lbe provided.


        IIZCO~IIEResto~atiotzSchewzes
        The R&R Policy of PWD has adequate provisions for restoration of
livelihood of the affected
        communities. Tlie focus of restoration of livelihood will be to
ensure that the PAPs are able to
        "regain their previous living standards". NGO will ensure that
the vultierable faniilies are
        able to reconstruct their livelihood support system.


        Arlilitiorrill srrpport rrrcclinrzisr~~sfor7~rrlrien7hlcgroups in
re-csfablislli~zgor enlliz~lciilgli71elilzooi~
        Through training programs and grants generated through banks. In
addition, the eligible
        \~~~incrahlefat~iilies/personswill be provided with grant towards
start of businesses, rtc.
        Inconie generation and alternative livelihood schen~eswill be
worked out by means of
        participatory micro planning. Support and extension facilities
from existing government
        programmes will be tagged.


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                                                        zolfll   ~
proj~ct,to tl~eeltclit possihl~
        Tlie p~ojectwill require some labour for construction, operation
and maintenance These jobs,
        , ~ tleast in the semi-skilled and unskilled category will be
offered to project affected
        vulnerable fnniilies/persons before other local people. A clause
has been incorporated In the
        contract docunier~tsrequiring contractors to give employmelit
opportunities to local people,
        as niuch as possible


        C7pt10175ilrlii Clrolces
        'rhe project will provide options and choices among different
entitlements to the affected
        vulnerable families/persons. Affected population will be
counselled so that they are able to
        make informed choices among the opt~onsprovided. This will be
done particularly in the case
        of vulnerable group PAPs, who will be encouraged to choose those
options of low ~isk.


        1 3 allo~vingpeople to choose among different options, the
project will seek to make people
              ~
        act~veparticipants in the development process, and to achieve
greater acceptance of the
        prcyect.


7.3     Impact on Families Below Poverty Line


        Mitigatory Measures
        As per R&R policy of UP-SRP, BPL families are eligible for the
followings


       m   Will receive compensation for the structure at replacement
value for both residential and
           corllniercial structures, even if encroacher and or squatter
          Training for upgradation of skills
       m Facilitation / access to training, which include equivalent
income generating assistance
          Shifting assistance of Rs. 1000and rental allowance of Rs.500
per month for six n~onthsfor
           both residential and commercial property affected families
          Transitional allowance calculated at minimum wage for nine
months for both residential
           ancl cotnmercial property affected faniilies
           Econoniic liehabilitation Grant calculatecl at one year
incollie level determined by the
           Planning Coni~nissionfor the BPI.,




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8.0     INCOME RESTORATION

8.1     Background
        Development project may Iiave an adverse impact on the income of
project-affected persons.
        They al\o have a negative impact on the socio- cultural systems
of affected communities. The
        bas~cpostulates of all developmental activities should be that no
one is worse of than before
        the project. Restoratioli of pre-project levels of income 1s an
important part of rehabilitating
        socio-economic and cultural systems in affected communities.


        'To achieve this goal, preparation of IR programmes under
Rehabilitation Action Plan should
        proceed exactly as it would have for any other economic
development programme. IIZ
        schemes should be designed in consultatiol~with the affected
persons and they should
        eul.>licitlyapprove the programme.


        I>ucto proposed project, a total of 228 ho~~seholdswill be
affected due to loss of agriculture
        land. Among such households, 168are vulnerable.


8.2     Income Restoration Measures under R&R Policy
        'The R&R policy has the following provisions for income
restoration of those whose livelihood
        is getting affected:
        -
            If a person is losing source of income (wage earning-
indirectly affected due to the
            employer being displaced), the individual is entitled for
grant equivalent to minimum
            wages calculated for 6 months.
            Those losing commercial establishment and other income
generating assets (other than
            agriculture land) are entitled for transitional allowance
calculated at minimum wages
            (Rs 2000,'- per month) for nine months. Such PAPs are also
entitled for rental allowance
            of Rs 500 per month for a maximum period of 6 months apart
from a Iump sum Rs 1000/-
            towards shifting allowance. Vulnerable PAPs will get
commercial plots (maximum up to
            the limit of 25 sq. m) free of cost.
            'riiose losing income opportunity are eligible for grant
calculated at minimum wages
            (Rs2000/- per month) for a maximum period of six months. They
are also entitled for
            training for skill upgradation.
            Vulnerable PAPS are eligible for economic rehabilitation
grant calculated at minimum
            one year income level as determined by Planning Commission,
Government of India.


8.3     Income Restoration Options Preferred by PAPs
        During the discussion majority of the PAPs opted for cash
con~pensation(Table 8.1). 'The)!
        were of the view that with the compensation amount if provided at
replacement value, they
        will be able to buy new land. Only about 6%ofthe households
demanded land for land while
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         As stated earlier most of these plots would become economically
unviable post accluisition.
        The income restoration action plan for 'THcategory is presented
in Table 8.2

                                    Table 8.2: Income Restoration Plan


          Families loosing agricultural land                       /396
          Families loosing commercial structure                    /0
        / Famllies loosing residential structure                    0
        IFamilies     whose land would become economically          325
          unviable post acquisition
          TirneFrame                                               Start
Date         ( End Date
          Time frame for identification of land
0month             1 6 month
          'I Ime frame for training need
1 9 month
          Restoration
        1 Time frame for identification
/ 12month
          institutions and tie-ups
          Time frame for imparting IR training
13month               18month
           Iime frame for initiation of IR activity
15month            1
        .-'I~nieframe    for Mid Term Review
16month               18montl~
        ; rime frame tor End Term Evaluation                       22
month             24 month


8.4      Inter-Agency Linkages for Income Restoration
         All the eligible families for income restoration earn their
livelihood through cultivation
         (pr~marilysmall and marginal), and therefore, it is imperative
to ensure that the PAPs are
         able to reconstruct their livelihood. The NGOs engaged in the
implementation of the RAP
         will ensure that the PAPs are facilitated to obtain plots near
their existing habitation to
         minimise disruption to their social network and normal work
pattern.


         For Income restoration it is important that available skills
with the PAPs is identified and
         ft~rtherupgraded. During verification survey, NGO should
specifically ask about the skill
         thcy posses other than the one related to their current
occupation. NGO contracted for
         in~plementatiorishall also conduct a survey among the PAPs with
options of various skills
         related to the resource base of the area and available market
(with proper forward and
         backward linkages) and accordingly select trades for training.
Based on the training, NGO
         will identify income-generating activities for sustainable
economic opportunities. NGCh in
         corlsultation with the PAPs, R&R Coordinator of PWD, district
administration and other
         stakeholclers in institutional financing and marketing
federations will prepare micro-plans for
         1Ii activities.


         In case of upgrading agriculture productivity, the training on
technical know-how will be
         arranged as per the choices of the target group population. In
case of creation of alternative
         livelihood schemes, felt needs of the target group population
will be prioritised through
         people's participation. Further, these options will be tested
for their viability against
         availability of skills, resource base of the area and available
appropriate technology. Suitable
         alternative livelihood schemes will be chosen finally, where
training on skill upgradation,
         capital assistance, and assistance in the form of backward-
forward linkages can be provided
         tor tndking these pursuits sustainable for the beneficiaries or
the target groups.


         A comprehensive support system to the PAPs will ensure income
security. The project will
         work as a facilitator to the people in the enterprise (but will
not act as providers for each and
        every livelihood opportunity). The PAPs are required to
participate in developing feasible
         long- term income generating schemes. The long- term options are
expected to be developed
         ~luringthe implementation of the RAP and also supported by the
government assistance.
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          Goverrinient of India along with the state governments runs
various poverty alleviation
          progtanimes through DRDA. Participation of PAPs in those
schemes will be helpful for short-
          t e ~m IR gains PWD and partnering NGO can tle up with DRDA and
help/facilitate               The
          follow~ngpoverty alleviation programmes running by the
government.

           /S1.      IName of Poverty alleviation Action Plan
                                                     1
IStakeholders
         /No.        lProgramme
        / 1          ISwarn         Jayanti    Gram These
                                                       /                  programme
are NCOs

I
           l
                         s\varojgar Yojna                   implemented by DRDA.
The PAPS
           2          Sampoorna Gramin Rojgar               implementillg NGOs
should              Project authorities
                     l
                       Yojna                                coordinate         with
local District

           3           13radhan Mantri         Gramin       administration
to       give      administration.

                         Sarak Yojna                        preference to project
affected

               4         Ambedkar Vishesh Itojgar           vulnerable
families.          The

                      Yojana                                project
authorities          may

          5              Rashtriya Sanl Vikas Yojand        request District
administration

          6              National Rural Employment          through       land
acquisition
                                                        '

                                                            officer for
preferential status
         I        Generation Programme
           17        National   Food for Work
           l         P1.ogramme
           L




8.5        Steps in Income Restoration


8.5.1     Information on Economic Activities of PAPs
          Basic information on IR activities of PAPs will be available
from the census and socio-
          economic surveys. Information from base line surveys will be
available on features of
          economic activities of PAPs under two categories, viz.,
               [,and based economic activities

             0   Non-land economic activities
                 lotal income of PAPsfrom various sources


          Based on this information IR activities can be planned. IR
activities are of two types:
          (1) Short term; and
          (2) L,ongterm. The ensuing section describes both IR schemes.


             Short Term IR activities


           Short term IR activities means restoring PAPs' income during
periods immediately before
           nnd after relocation. Such activities will focus on the
following:


                 Ensuring that adequate compensation is paid before
relocation
                 Providing short term, welfare based grants and allowances
such as:

                 F   Free or subsidised items

               F   Transitional allowances or grants until adequate
income is generated, special
                   allowances for vulnerable groups

               F   \Y~thcons~derationof PAPs skills and needs, promoting
PAP access to project relatecl
                   employment opportunities such as:
                       Work under the Main Investment Project
                   U   Work on relocation teams (e.g., driver, food
provision, etc.)
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        Long Term IR Activities

        PAP should participate in developing a range of feasible long-
term IR options. Long-term
        options are affected by the scale of resettlement which may
affect the feasibility of various
        non land based and land based IR options. The long-term options
are government financed,
        therefore no separate budget is required. However, in IZ&R budget
provision has been made
        for the expenses to be incurred towards the coordination between
project and concerned
        departments for dove tailing of poverty alleviation schemes. The
project officials will
        coc~rdinatewith government (district adniinistration), including
tribal developruent and
        social welfare departments, to assure PAPs access to all schemes
for improving IR services.
        Project financed programmes should include a specific time frame
for handing over the
        project to local administration at the end of a stipulated
period. Availability and access to
        existing programmes should be sought for all PAPS.


        Long 'Term IR activities will be generated once the census
surveys and consultation get over.
        IR dctivities will be generated in consultation with the
community. Mechanism to dovetail
        existing government poverty alleviation programllles will be
developed in consultation with
        the community and officials of district administration and
District Rural Development
        Agency (DRDA).


8.5.2   CATEGORIESOF IMPACTS
        Project induced displacement may lead to loss or diminished
income for Project Affected
        Person (PAPs).All impacts are related to loss of agriculture
land.


        'The best way to tackle loss of farmland in part or full is to
help the concerned PAP to buy
        cxliiivalent farmland in a nearby area using the land
compensation received. Land for land
        has been found to be the best sustainable option for Income
Restoration. This option can only
        be exercised when a PAP has lost a significant amount of land; it
would be impossible and
        inadvisable to replace small strips of land. The compensation
received can be deposited in
        blocked bank accounts. The interest accruing will supplement
their income from other
        sources. The money can only be released for buying replacement
land. It is important to see
        that the compensation money is not frittered away for consumption
expenditure or paying off
        loans especially for the vuhierable sections of PAPS- the more
well off can be exempted from
        this provision and directly paid in cash. The land compensation
will be paid at replacement
        value and will be sufficient for buying replacement land.


8.6     Alternative Individual Income Restoration Scheme


8.6.1   BASIS FOR IDENTIFICATION OFALTERNATIVE IR SCHEME
        Keeping in view the resource base of the EPs and also the socio-
economic characteristics atid
        preferences, PWD and the NGO contracted for the implementation
will have to chalk out
        individual IR schemes. Other factors to be considered are:


            Eclncation level of I'APs
            Skill possession
            Likely economic activities in the post displacement period
            Extent of land left
            Extent of land purchased
            Suitability of economic activity to supplement the income
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        "The best option is to allow the EP to continue its former
occupatioil". However, during any
        development programme, occupations always change. An exhaustive
1st of possible Ili
        options are given in table 8.3.

                            Table 8.3: Criteria for Alternative IR
Schemes




                               PAP'S occupatioiis are diverse
                               PAP exposed to cash economy
                               Interest ensuring deposits to be released
when feasible IR activity is
                               defined
  c) Small business            PAP faiililiar with cash
                               Demand for goods/ services
                               Sustailled capital and working capital is
available
                               There is local or project finance and
capacity to provide training
                               Business builds on/uses existing skill of
the PAP


  d) Continuing previous
  empLoyment




                               PAPs are linked to existing government job
programmes (like
                                  harashtra legislation reserving 5%of
government jobs for PAPs)
                                  ere is a good coordination between
project and government



        The PAPs will participate in developing a range of feasible long-
term Income Restoration
        schemes. 'These will be developed during the implelnentation of
the project and would be
        financed by project. PWD will work with NGO and liaison with the
district administration to
        dovetail government's poverty alleviation schemes. The micro
plaiis developed by the
        implenienting authority will indicate the type of scheme each
family has opted. The grants
        1.c.ct1ivcdfor economic rehabilitation will be usecl for purchase
of assets. The EPs will receive
        training tor acquisition of new7skills or upgradation of old
skills for the activity selected by
        them.


8.6.2   NON LAND BASED IR SCHEMES
        Since land is scarce and not all PAPs are agriculturists, non-
land based and cooperative IR
        schemes becomes a11the more important. The non-land based IR
schemes could be:
                        Making of Detergent Powder
                        Detergent soap
                        Cleaning Powder
                        Bath soap
                        Chalk stick

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                       Face Powder
                       Candle
                       Agarbati
                       Handloom
                       Vl'eavitig


        Allied Agriculture Activities
        Under allied agriculture activities, various IR options are
available viz., dairy, poultry,
        goatery, sheep rearing, piggery, etc. PAPs who are agriculturist
can take up any of these
        options. These will require training, which can be imparted by
Khadi Village Industries
        Comniission (KVIC) / District Dairy Development Authority (DDDA)
and milk route for
        daily milk collection can be extended by local milk federation.


        Petty Traders
        Under th~sscheme, the available options are grocery shop,
vegetable & fruit shop, stationary,
        clothe, tea & snacks, ready-made garments, beetle shop etc. PAPS
those who are already in
        the trade and business are suitable for these activities.
Implementing NGO will have to
        decide on type of shops to be established as per demand.


        Skill related Schemes
        The options available under this scheme are tailoring, carpentry,
masonry, gold smith, black
        smith, motor winding, cycle/niotor cycle/auto repair, driving
(auto/Matador/etc.),
        TeItwision/Tape records/ Watch repairing, Pottery, Leather works,
etc. PAPS those who are
        in s~~clitrades can undergo training for skill upgradation to
supplement their annual income.
        District Industries Centre or Khadi Village Industries
Board/Con~missionor I~idustrial
        Training Institutes imparts training in such trades. Training can
also be imparted through
        professional and competent outside agency especially hired for
the purpose.


        Others
        Others primarily include loan for various agriculture implements
to increase procluctivity
        VIZ., punip ~ets,dug well, bore well, bullock cart, etc. PAPS
those who are into agriculture
        anci do not have any irrigation facilities can avail such loans.
Such loans are given by bank
        after District Rural Development Authority processes the
applications.


        'The iniplementation of above-mentioned activities requires
organisation of credit canips.
        Extending financial credit support is an important component of
non-land based IR schenies.
        It requires organisation of credit camps for EPs. Local
government officials, NGOs and PAP
        representatives apart from PWD officials, will attend these
camps. The purpose of the camps
        woi~ldbe to allow local financial institutions to inform
participants of credit options and how
        to avoid procedural deIays. AI1 formalities related to processing
of applications for credit
        <lssistancewill be completed at these camps.


        For these kinds of camps PWD along with NGO, will have to
coordinate closely with the
        liead Bank managers and other commercial banks operating in the
district.


8.7     Training
        One of the strategies for economic sustenance of the PAPS is to
help them improve their
        production level or to impart new skills/up grade skills through
training. As quite a
        significant number of PAPs are dependent on agriculture and
others have low skill
        endowment, training becomes an important component of IR. For
PAPS who intend to
        diversify their econoniic activity, suitable income restoration
schemes will be identified on
        individual basis and training need would be assessed. Besides
training in scheme specific
        skills, general entrepreneurship development will also form part
of the training programme,
        mainly to improve the management capabilities of EP.

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        The Training miill be organised in the plan period itself. The
NGO contracted for the
        implementation of RAP will be assigned this task. Besides, the
training are regularly
        conducted by District Rural Development Agency (DRDA) through its
prograiiime names
        'l's,iiniiigof Rural Youths for Self Eniployment (TRYSEM),
training programmes organised by
        other government agencies will also be availed. The past
experiences have sliown that
        roughly three-fourth of the PAPS require training. It will be the
responsibility of the PWD to
        ensure that PAPS receives, training in desired trade. The NGO
contracted will act as a
        facilitator and training will be imparted either by the
governnient agencies such as DIC,
        .-KVIC,    ITDA, etc. or a professional and competent outside
agency. The local Industrial
         1 raining Institutes (ITIs)can be approached for training.
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8.8     Institutions
         I he Inst~tut~onsfor IR schemes ~ncludePWD, local government
staff, NGO and PAP groups
        Ilistrict Level Committee will facilitate with District Rural
Development Agency and other
        line departments to give priority to PAPs under various poverty
alleviation schemes.


        The Social Development and Resettlement Committee (ESDRC)should
have strong links writ11
        local government development agencies through coordination
committee.


        Coord~~iationCommittee: The coordination committee will be formed
at project & distrlct
        lel el, having representation of PAPs, local government staff,
PWD & NGO. The Committee

        \t r l l ovetsee the design of appropriate IR Strategies. The
formation of coordination com~iiittec
        should not be influenced by which agency is fund~~igthe project.


8.9     Monitoring of IR Schemes
        The monitoritig of IR schemes will be carried out along with the
monitoring of other
        components of RAP by an outside agency contracted for the
purpose. 'The contract will
        specifically provide for regular (every six months) monitoring of
income restoration of PAPs
         I he nionitol ing will be carried out based on economic
indicators.


        Vulnerable I'APs who lose their livelihood due to the project
will be assisted in alternative
        economic rehabilitation schemes and vocational training for skill
upgradation as per the
        requiremerlt of suggested economic scheme. Given below is the
detail of selected cooperative
        IIi Schemes applicable to project corridors:


        ECONOMIC REHABILITATION (INCOME RESTORATION) SCHEMES


        1.          DAIRY
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concentrate    Transpor     Total(Rs.)




      Cross bred cow




                                   5.5              8,500
300                    8,800

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                   POULTRY

200 bird broiler
                                100 Bird layer unit in     100 bird layer
unit in
      l
unit(month1yrotation
      1                         deep litter system         cage system

of 100 birds)




         3.        OTHER ANIMALS




      / Number                  One              One                 One
One                11


                                                     Ewe                 Ewe




        Cost of Enrlrtvr~erzt


        Recurring cost to be Cavitalised




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                  4.      RABBIT REARING
)r




                  Capital Cost
m



                  L       Cost of 5 femalestBRs.80each
400.00
                          Cost of 1 male@Rs.80each
80.00
A=-               7.
                  3
  -                       Cost of hutch including feeder and waterier for
6 animals
                          ORs.160 per animal
960.00
                  4.      Colony hutches for small rabbits(5ftX2ftfor 10
rabbits
                          4 hutches @Rs.260each
1,040.00
                  5.      Nest boxes 2 No.s (18inchX12inchXlOinch)
                          @I)Rs.60each
120.00
  C
                          Total
2,600.00

     C".,         Recurring Expenses


                  1       Kidding expenses
438.00
                  7       l.xpenses on young rabbits
480.00
                  3.      Electricity, water, medicine@Rs.5per adult and
Rs.2
                          per young rabbits
190.00
                           Total
2,108.00
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                           Grand Total (Rs.)
3,708.00
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                  5.       DRAUGH ANIMALS AND CARTS
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                  6.        SERICULTURE
                             Nature of investment
One acre model         Half acre model
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           I<,lls~ngmulberry under irrigation conditions
8,032                  4,016

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 ica
    )xr

          L   L
I
                  Cost of land preparation, layout, digging of pits and
filling up would be considered
  CW              separately up to Rs.1,000.00.




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        7.      HORTICULTURE




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9.0     INSTITUTIONAL ARRANGEMENTS


9.1     Background
        Institutions for planning and implenientation of resettlement
programmes are numerous and
        \far), substantially in terms of their respective roles and
capacity to successfully carry out
        various components. Timely establishment and involvement of
appropriate R&R institutions
        vvoulct significantly facilitate achievement of the objectives of
the R&R Programme. This
        document reflects an institutional assessment and provides a
strategy for developing
        required implementation capacity and minimising risks. Capacity
building and training are
        co-ordinated with the project implementation schedule to ensure
that skilled staff is available
        to implenient the RAP without delay in civil works. The main R&R
institutions would
        include:


            C>fficlalAgencres
                  1'WD
                  World Bank
                  Local Administration
            Line Departments
            District Level Coordination Committee
            NGO/CBO
        *    Tralnlng Institutions
        *   Grlcwance Redress Cell
            Monrtoring & Evaluation Agency


9.2     The Process
        PWD will focus effort in three critical areas to commence RAP
implementation:


        (a) To initiate the process, orientation and awareness seminars
will be organised for the
            PWD and other RAP implementers
        (b) NGOs with experience it1 social development and a track
record in resettlement and
            rehabilitation will be partners in RAP implementation.
        (c) 'To establish Coordination Cornillittee with representatives
from local self-government,
            PAPS and implementing NGO. The objective of this committee is
to coordinate between
            various implementing agencies.


        The institutional context of resettlement in the project is
reviewed below and major features
        of RAP implementation are described in sections that follow.


        Effective RAP implementation will require institutional
relationships and responsibilities,
        rapid organisational development and collaborative efforts by
PWD, State Government,
        partner NGO anci affected population. ESRDC has already been
established vide GO no.
        3262/23/12/003-10,G.I./96     ?'C dated 29-09-2003.The ESRDC is
constituted of one executivc
        engineer who reports to Chief Engineer (World Bank) and is
supported by AE (social) and AE
        (environment). The ESRDC will establish operational links within
SRP-I1 aiid with other
        agencies of government involved in project-induced resettlement.
It will bridge the distance
        between the project and project affected persons and communities.
It wilI provide the means
        clnd n~echanismsfor co-ordinating the delivery of the
compensation aiid assistance entitled to
        those   ~'110will suffer loss. ESRDC will link the project with
state government agencies,
        provicie liaison wit11 SRP-I1 field units and inipactecl
con~munities,establish district level
        committees to co-ordinate social development and resettlement
operations in the field and
        also to assist NGO partners It will also engage required training
services, oversee a grievance
        redress process and actively monitor RAP implementation.


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                On behalf of PWD, the ESDRC will assusne the
responsibility for represent~ngthe sociar
                mya act and ~esettlementcomponents of the project for
environment clearance The ESDRC
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                will also be responsible for disseminating this
information to the public and providing
                add~tronalopportunities for public cornmerit.
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                                 Chart 1:Implementation Arrangement for
Bridge Project


                 The I~nple~llentationarrangement for bridges has been
given below:


i          Chief En,'011iee1-

World Bank (Road) Project




                                SE Lakh~mnur- Kher~       1
I   Proiect Director 1
                                                        1v
                            Contractors
    L$--++                                              Supervision
Executive Engineer
                      Chahlarighat Bridge)
    L                                         *--* ~onsultant(S)
Social & Environ~nentalCell
        A                                               Chahlarighat Bridge
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                                   f-7AE Social



                Among government agencies, the revenue department will
have the most important role
                Wlille the responsibility for land acquisition and
payment of compensation for land acquired
                (including properties there on) lies with the Revenue
Department, the ESDRC has to assume
                responsibility for co-ordinating various matters with the
Revenue Department so that both
                physical possession of land acquired and payment of
compensation is not unduly delayed.
                The responsibility for income restoration and replacement
of common property resources
                would fully be with the ESDRC along with the nodal NGO.


        9.3     Need for NGO/CBO
                The relocation disturbs the present activities of PAPSand
therefore there is a need to establish
                and stabilise their econoinic living. While all tasks
relating to Land Acquisition is taken care
                by the 1,and Acquisition Officer and his staff, the
implementation of RAP is the responsibility
                of the ESDRC under PWD. The NGO will help in implementing
varlous components of the
                RAP, particularly the use of compensation and
rehabilitation assistance for more product~ve
                purposes like purchase of land, self-employment, etc. Its
involvement           IS all the more
                important since there are no social community
organ~sationsamong the PAPS wh~cli
                otl~erw~secould have taken lead in this regard.


                Ue~ngnrh to the area of working with PAPS, the selected
NGO will have to work directly
                under the ESDRC Co-ordinator who will be defacto in
charge for implementation of RAP.
                Thus implementation becomes joint responsibility of PWD
and NGO.




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9.4      Role of NGO
         Resettlement relates to human aspects and economic rehabilitation
requires human resources
         developnient consisting of education, training, awareness
generation, etc. In absence of any
         sociologist / anthropologist, NGO will be involved to assist PWD
in implementation of RAP.
         7The NGO will help educating PAPS on the proper utilisation of
compensation c~rid
         rehabilitation grant and help them in getting financial
assistance, if required, under various
         subsidy related development programmes. It will also organise
training programtnes to
         impart t.oquirec1 skill for such PAPs who would prefer to go for
self-employment schemes.
         Specifically, the tasks of the NGO will be to:
             develop rapport with PAPSand between PAPs and PWD
             verification of PAPs
             post design consultations with the community
             assess the level of skills and efficiency in pursuing
ecoriomic activities, identify needs for
             training and organise programmes either to improve the
efficiency and/or to impart new
             skills.
         m   assist P1'I13in receiving rehabilitation entitlement due to
them
             motivate and guide PAP for proper utilisation of benefits
under R&R policy provisions;
             facilitate purchase of agriculture land in negotiating price
and settling at a reasonable
             price or expedite the same through Land Purchase Committee.
             assist PAPSin obtaining benefits from the appropriate
development programmes.
             help PAPS in increasing their farm income through provision
of irrigation facility or
             i~iipsovi~igfarm practices,
             ensure marketing of produce particularly those under self-
employment activities.
         *   complete the consultation at the cc)mmunity level and provide
support by describing the
             entitlements to the EPs and assisting them in their clioices
             accompany and represent the EPs at the Grievance Committee
meeting.
             assist the EPs to take advantage of the existing government
housing schemes and
             employment and training schemes that are selected for use
during the project, and
             carry out other responsibilities as required and identified.
        In the context of implementing of RAP, it is important that NGO,
which is genuine and
        committed to the task entrusted, is selected. An NGO with local
presence is, however, more
        suitable hence would be preferred. The NGO may be contracted on
specified terms and
        conclitions with proper fixation of financial accountability. The
payment to NGO will be
        linked to the performance of the task assigned and the time
period. The payment will be
        arranged on quarterly basis to be released on certification of
completing the previous task.
        The rriotiitoring of R&R programme will also include the
performance of NGO. The NGO
        services will be required for implementation period for which
provisions have been provided
        in the plan.


        S~rnultaneouslysteps can be taken for promoting location specific
Con~niunityBased
        (3rg;uiisations (CBOs) of PAPs to handle resettlement planning,
implementation and
        tnonitorrng. These groups can be promoted for each adversely
affected settlenient/villages or

        '1group of contagious villages. Until and unless sufficient
institutional capacity is built
        amongst the PAPs, so that they can act and react as a group,
participatory planning and
        implementation of good re-establishment solutions is nearly
impossible.


        Resettlement negotiation, if carried out individually with all
displaced families,        IS both
        uneven and time consuming. It favours the good bargainers over
the bad bargainers and as
        bargaining capacity is directly related to income levels -
favours the more affluent over the
        pooret and more vulnerable sections of the displaced population.
This can be nunimised by
        organising homogenous groups of displaced persons to handle
resettlement negotiations
        together ~11thparticipatory planning and implementation of re-
establishment solutions


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9.5     District Level Committees
        RAP will be implemented through District Level Con~niitteesthat
will be established in each
        ciistrict where the project is active. These committees will
provide co-ordinating nodes for
        land acquisition and compensation, relocation and rehabilitation,
distribution of project
        provided assistance and PAPs' access to most government
progranimes. ESDRC will service
        district cornmittees with field staff allocated to multi-district
construction contracts.


        Ilist~ictwlse RAP implementat~on parallels corresponding
governme~itadnllnistrative
        i~~frastr~~ctureand organisation and provides the best basis for
co-ordination with both local
        government authorities and field offices of line departments and
agencies. The committee
        would meet regularly to review the progress of land acquisition.
The committee would also
        decide on the replacement value on the basis of methodology
described in RAP.


        I he current structure of DLC formed as per GO No. 3262/23
September 2003, PGI/96 TC
        PWD DIV XI1 dated 29/09/2003 will be followed. The DLC nlembers
iiiclude District
        Magistrate, Chief Development Officer, Executive Engineer -SRP
11, ADM revenue, Local
        Leaci Bank Manager, representatives of PAPs and NGO, and Gram
Pradhan


9.6     Training and Capacity Building
        Establishing sufficient implementation capacity to launch and
carry out those components of
        project resettlement that must be completed before civil works.
To enhance capabilities,
        ESDRC staff can be sent on exposure visits to other projects with
good resettlement
        programmes as well as sponsored for training courses in
Resettlement and Rehabilitation
        (r\~'kR).'l'lie training would also cover techniques in
conducting participatory rural appraisal
         to^.t11ic1.0 planning, conductirlg census and socio-economic
surveys, dissemination of
        information, community consultation and progress monitoring and
evaluation.


        Training Modules:
        Following training modules will be followed during initial and
repeat training sessions of
        UPPWD staff (both at head office and at field level) and NGO
staff.


        I .  (.)7l~ri)i~'ii~
                           o f social isslics: Social issues; methodology
followed for SIA; entitlement
             frameworkand detailed R&R policy
        2.   Lniiti Acqriisitiorl: The Uttar Pradesh Land Acquisition
(Determination of Award by
             Agreement) Rules - 1997;LA issues in UPSRP
        3. Resettlel~lerrt: Issues         pertaining   to planning and
preparation    for   relocation;
             iniplementatioti issues; factors necessary for
identification and finalisation of resettlement
             areas.
        4    Rclzi7bilitiltion: Issues in economic rehabilitation;
factors necessary for identification and
             fi~ialisationof alternative econon~icrehabilitation schemes;
training needs.
        5.   Piiblic Coiisiiltntio~~s: Issues to be discussed during
various stages of project viz.,
             prepdration, implementation and post implementation; public
consultation in project
             delivery; techniques of public consultations.
        6.   Social lr~rpnctAssessrrzcnt: Definition; steps; output;
required surveys viz., screening,
             census, socio-economic, verification, etc.; issues to look
at for preparation of entitlenient
             framework; institutional capacity.


9.7     Areas of Capacity Building
        PWII nccds to build their capacity in the following areas:

        Land Acquisition
        Since only impact of the proposed project is loss of agriculture
land, PWD staff needs to be
        trained on process of Land Acquisition. LA generally is a long
drawn and demanding
        process. However, PWD will be acquiring land through private
negotiation The existing

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        strength of PWD for this purpose is too small. Currently, Project
Director is responsible for
        every activity and arranging for completion of all formalities
and procedural requirements for
        LA will also be IJrojectDirector's responsibility. R&R
Coordinator of PWD will assist him.


        The Project Ilirector, apart from timely acquisition of land is
also responsible for number of
        other important components of pre-construction work.
Thougl~revenue department of state
        government will do the acquisition, it will require constant
follow up. Hence the
        responsibility will come on R&R Coordinator. Among other pressing
assign~i~entsviz.,
        identification and verification of PAFs, Issuing Identity cards,
development of resettlement
        sites, etc, R&R Coordinator will also be responsible for regular
follow up of land acquisition.


        In light of the above, it would be important to address the
following:

        *    For better co-ordination, the officer responsible for
acquisition has to spend sufficient
             time at the site. To enable better follow up the officer
should be of sufficiently high rank.


            The procedural requirements have to be formalised and
documented for the benefit of all
             projects concerned.


            Ensuring timely land acquisition is demanding requirement and
requires full time
             involvemelit of an officer, at least during the first six
months of the project.




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10.0    GRIEVANCE REDRESS MECHANISM


10.1    Need for Grievance Redress Mechanism
        I'hough there is a provision for redress of grievances of PAPs in
all aspects relating to L,and
        ilccluisition (LA) and payment of compensation in Rehabilitation
Action Plan. Various
        provision under LA act enable aggrieved EPs at different stages
of LA to represent their cases
        to Land Acquisition Officer or even refer to court for redress
and seek higher compensation.
        The most common reason for delay in implementation of projects is
grievance of people
        losing land. UPSRP - I has already faced this problem.
Considering this, GRC will be formed
        much in advance. It is further suggested that LA0 & RRO should
hold a meeting at a fixed
        date every month to hear the grievances of EPs. Moreover, Lok
Adalats can be lield for quick
        disposals of cases.


        FIowever, R&R policy of Government of Uttar Pradesh has a
provision of Grievance Reclress
        Committee to be headed by District Magistrate of respective
districts.


        Members of the committee: Apart from District Magistrate as head
of the committee at
        district level, the committee will comprise of representatives of
local NGOs,

h 7 0

        representative of people (viz., Member of Parliament, Member of
Legislative Assembly, etc),
        reyreseiitatives of blocks, districts, line departments &
affected persons. At central level,
        Project Director of Project Imple~iie~~tationUnit will head the
committee


        Meetings and decision-making process of the committee: It is
suggested that Grievance cell
        shall meet regularly (at least once a month) on a pre-fixed date
(preferably on first 7t11day of
        the month). The committee will fix responsibilities to implement
the decisions of the
        committee. This will not only help proper assessment of the
situation but also in suggesting
        corrective measures at the field level itself. The committee
shall deliver its decision within a
        nlonth of the case registration. The Divisional Commissio~lerof
the area shall hear appeal
        against the decision of the grievance redress committee.


70.2    Functions of the Committee
        The functions of tlie grievance committee shall be


        r   To provide support for the EPs on problems arising out
LA/property acquisition

        r   To record the grievances of the EPs, categories and
prioritise and solve them within a
            month.

        I   To inform PWD of serious cases within an appropriate time
frame

        I   To report to the aggrieved parties about the developments
regarding their grievance &
            decision of PWL).

        1   7 o 1-7rioritisccases based on following criteria:

            (i)     cases pertaining to the land and structures of
displaced persons

            (ii)   cases pertaining to the land and structures of
adversely affected PAPS

            (iii) cases pertaining to the land and structures of
partially affected PAPs




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                 Flow Chart 1:Grievance Redress Mechanism (ForR&R): FIow
Chart



                                               ENTITLED PERSONS
                                  NO I    I 1sFIF.r)WIT H I I I F R K ~
RA\\ISTANCF




                                         LEVEL R&R COORDINATOR




              GRIEVANCE REDRESS




                                                          DELAY IN PROJE
EMENTATION AND




WHAT TO DO



                 TO AGITATION




APPROACH PARTNERING

        NGO to MOTIVATE PA
        a n d help them take part
        project ~mplementation




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             Flow Chart 2: Grievance Redress Mechanism (ForLand
Acquisition):Flow Chart




                                                 ENTITLED PERSONS
                              (LANDED PROPERTY ACQUIRED NOT SATISFlCD
                                       \hl ITH 7 Ill-COMI'ENSATION PAID)




                                             DEMANDS FOR HIGHER
                                                   COMPENSATION




                                                           DELAY IN PROJECT
IMPLEMENTATION AND




WHAT TO DO



                  TO AGITATION




APPROACH PARTNERING


             GO to MOTIVATE PA
             nd help them take part




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11.0    MONITORING AND EVALUATION

11.1    Introduction
        Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) are critical activities in
involuntary resettlement.
        Monitoring involves periodic checking to ascertain whether
activities are going according to
        the plan. It provides the feed back necessary for project
management to keep the programmes
        on scheciule. By contrast, evaluation is essentially a summing
up, the end of the project
        nssessment of whether those activities actually achieved their
intended aims. As per World
        Banks' OP/BP 4.12 "Monitoring provides both working system for
project managers and a
        channel for the resettles to make known their needs and their
reactions to resettlement
        execution". Monitoring exercise will be undertaken both
internally and externally. \hlhile R&II
        Coordinator of PWD on monthly basis will carry out the project's
internal monitoring, an
        external agency will be appointed for third party monitoring.
External agency will conduct
        monthly and quarterly monitoring and mid term, annual and end
term evaluation of the
        project.


        Inct~catnls, Ivhicb will be monitored during the project, consist
of two broad categories:

        *   Process and output indicators or internal monitoring
            Outconie/impact indicators or external monitoring


11.2    Process and Output Indicators
        Monitoring of involuntary resettlement operations require in
essence, an application of
        general project monitoring procedures and methods to the process
accruing in resettlement
        but ~ ~ ' i tparticular attention to the specific high risks
intrinsic in such operations. This means
                     t i
        monitoring of R&R requires certain specialised skills. Therefore
a specialised group reporting
        to the PWD must carry out M&E.
        The conventional monitoring through government machinery often
misses focus on certain
        vital aspects, which niay otherwise be very important. Therefore
R&R Coordinator at
        Lucknow in close coordination with his counterparts at division
level will carry out legular
        monitoring and will produce ~iionthlyreports.


         Ihe internal monltor~ng1s a coriventional monitoring of
government related to physrcal
        factors such as, number of families affected, resettled,
assistance extended mfrastructure
        facilities provided, etc. and other financial aspects, such as
compensation paid, grant
        extended, etc. The internal M&E must be simultaneous with the
implementation of the
        Rehabilitation Action Plan (RAP).


11.2.1   THE OBJECTIVES OF THE INTERNAL MONITORING
         The objectives of the internal monitoring are:


              Daily Operations Planning (DOP)
             Man'lgenient and Implementation (MM)
             Operational Trouble shooting and Feedback (OTSF)


        'The periodicity of internal monitoring could be daily or weekly
depending on the issues and
        level.




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11.2.2   INFORMATIONREQUIRED FOR INTERNALMONITORING
         For internal monitoring following information will be required:


             Individual files on each project affected person
         *   Village Proforma
             Action Plan and Progress reports


11.2.3  MONITORING AND REPORTING SYSTEMS
        CI.'I   and day to day management and monitoring management will
require its own
             '~ I ~

        improved action plans, regular coordination and onsite training
sessions and an Management
        Information System as internal system. It also requires trouble-
shooters and informal
        networks of feed back from the comniunities, NGOs, M&E agencies
and other government
        bodies.


        I'hvs~cnlrnori~tor~ngof movement and progress reporting of input
stocks, finance and servlce
        ~csou~cc, the 5ysteil-1 to ensuie mnnagement and financing
functloris
                   In
111a timely and
        effect i v ~manager


        hlonitor~ngand verification of the qualifiable progress of the
resettlement programme to
        indicate the timeliness of the financial disbursements already
agreed to and deviations from
        tlie critical path for over all project completion and the
required integrated arrangements to
        resettle PAPs.


11.2,4  EXTERNALMONITORING
        Supervision Consultant will be responsible for meaningful and
realistic monitoring of R&R
        progl.aniliies on monthly and quarterly basis. The role of
Supervision Consultants will not be
        fault finding but to act as a catalyst in smoothening the process
of R&R and thus provide a
        helping hand in the proper implementation of rehabilitation
programmes. It should also
        endeavour to bring the problem and difficulties faced by the PAPs
to the notice of PWD so as
        to help in formulating corrective measures. However for annual,
mid term and end tern1
        impact evaluation, an external agency will be appointed by PWD.
Financial provisions have
        been made to appoint an external agency for M&E. As a feedback to
the PWD and other
        coilicrned, tlie external agency should submit monthly and
quarterly report on progress
        mc1de relating to different aspect of R&R.


11.2.5 THE OBJECTIVESOFTHE EXTERNALMONITORING
        The objectives of the external monitoring are:
             To track resettled and host population over time in order to
document the restoration of
             incomes and standard of living.
             Determine remedial action if required.
             It iliconie and standard of living of the PAPs has at least
been restored and has not
             declined.
             In case of host population, whether income arid standard of
living of host populat~on
             have not declined due to influence of resettlers
             Whether resettlers and host population have re-integrated
with each other.


11.2.6 THE INFORMATIONS REQUIRED FOR EXTERNAL MONITORING
        The information required for external monitoring is:
        *    Baseline survey data
             Sample survey (to be conducted by M&E agency)
        *    Case studies/Theniatic st~ldies* Issue based research (to be
conducted by M&E agency)
             Participatory research (to be carried out by M&E agency)
             Target group monitoring (to be carried out by M&E agency)


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11.2.7 MONITORING AND REPORTING SYSTEMS
        Observing and appraising various specific parameters and
processes as objectively as
        possiblt' will carried out. Periodic evaluation of these would
indicate where and when policy
        changes could occur or where deficiencies in implementation
method or style are apparent.
        'I'he boundaries of this assessment will need the agencies (M&E)
to examine the multiplier
        etfects and linkages outside of the project definition of
affected people and areas.


        The in~yactevaluation will be carried out after the
implementation of RAP is over. This         1s
        never an easy matter to determine. Financial considerations often
require an impact
        rvaluat~onshortly before or after the project concludes. However,
project continuous to
        evolve overtime. Therefore it is suggested, that if required,
second impact evaluation be
        carried out after three to five years of project coi~clusionas
retrofit survey.


        Intpact cvaluation will look at all the affected populations;
self-relocatee; ass~stedresettled
        populdt~on,host population. Further this larger population will
be further broken down into
        vulnerable segments of each populatioil. Impact evaluation will
be carried out on randorllly
        selected segment of population.


         The external agency will submit quarterly report to the PWD.


11.3    Organisation Issues: Overall R&R Monitoring and Evaluation
Systein


      [~nternalM&E                            Monitoring
       Focus: Operational Management          Focus: Smooth and timely
implementation of RAP
       Agency: Project Management             Agency: Supervision
Consultants


                                               Impact Evaluation
                                               Focus: Project goals and
objectives
                                               Agency: External Impact
Evaluation co~~sultants


         MIS                                  Grievance and Redress
System
       l'hj.51cnl
       l !ndni i,~l                           Focus: Project Affected
Families / Indiv~duals
       Programn~ePlanning                     Agency: NGO / Supervision
Consultants / GRC
       Progress Reporting


         Feedback
Scope
       Policy arid objective                      Planning Assumptions
Evaluation
       Operntiotial 'I'rouble Shooting           R&R package
Verification and
       Implcmentat~onon Design and               Compensation and
Evaluation
       Style                                     Entitlement
                                                 Participation,
Monitoring
                                                  Information and
                                                  Awareness
                                                  Evaluation Process
Monitoring
                                                  Adapt ion and
Monitoring
                                                  Integration Process
                                                  Impact Assessment
Evaluation




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11.4        Monitoring Project Input and Output
            l'rojcct ~iionitoringwill be the responsibility of the R&R
Coordinator who will prepare
            monthly progress reports. The reports will compare the
progress of the project to targets set
            up at the comniencement of the project. The list of impact
performance indicators will be
            used to monitor project objectives. The socio-ecoi~omicsurvey
conducted will provide the
            benchmarks for comparison.

          [ Progress                            Assessment Methodology
Expected Output
         / Financial
      l
      / Amount         disbursed for            Structured Schedule,
Adequate compensation             11
       1    acqu~sitionof land, structure,      informal and formal
11
            M ells, trees, etc.
           Amount disbursed for
       I / productive assets grant              informal and formal


        I/ construction     grant, transitional informal and formal
//
            allow atice, ecanoliilc             dlscuss~on

            ieh.ibrlitation grant, shifting




       j tnfrastructure,     conservation of    discussion
11

        /   of development programmes,          informal and fornial



        // implementation of RAP and            informal and formal
monitoring
Extent of land acc~uired

Adequate Compensation



Assistance and Resettlement     11

Economic Rehabilitation




Economic Rehab~litation
          Assistance and balance to recive



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12.0      IMPLEMENTATION SCHEDULE

12.1    Background
        Planning, surveying, assessing, policy development, institutional
identification, participation,
        income restoration and implementation are typical activities of
RAP. While these activities
        have discrete components that can be put on a time line, there is
a close inter relationship of
        c.dch activity to the whole. The breakdown of each activity
according to a specific time frame
        has been provided to assist Public Works Department in
impleme~itatio~iof RAP at various
        stages.


        It is further cautioned that specific situation may require an
increase in time, allotted to a task.
        Such situations includes, but not limited to local opposition;
seasonal factors, socidl and
        economic concerns, training of support staff and financial
constraints. Coniplementation
        Schedule will require detailed coordination between the project
authorities and various line
        departments.


        Iri~plenientationplan has been spread over a period of two years
for both the locations. A
        simplified summary of the operational aspects of the
in~plementationplan will be prepared
        when the project starts. It will be giver1 to PWD, who aloi~gwith
a route wise selected NGOs
        will have to put the plan into action.


12.2      Implementation Procedure
          The implementation of the RAP will consist of four major stages:


          o   I-stablislimentof replacement value for land.
              Verification of land of EPs and estimation of their level of
losses.
              Disbursement of compensation and R&R assistances
              Income Restoration


12.3    Land Acquisition Process
        Since PWD will be acquiring land through private negotiation, the
process may take six months
        as against t\vo years of LA Act. Six months is required so as to
arrive at replacement value
        through three different methods as described earlier and highest
of three shall be considered.


12.4    Impleinentation Responsibility
        It is the responsibility of the PWD to ensure that the RAP is
successfully implemented in a
        timely manner. The implementation plan of RAP for a specif~croute
will be prepared by the
        PWD. PWD will be assisted by the partnering NGO selected for
implementation. The
        implementation schedule proposed will be updated as the
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                                          Make budgetary provisions for
R&R activities
                                          Liaison with district
administration for land acquisition and
                                          implementation of RAP
                                          Participate in state and
district level committee ~neetings
      I
                                          Preparing TOR and Contracting
NGO for imple~nentation
                                          and external agency for
monitoring and evaluation
                                          Organise training for PWD
members and NGO for capacity
                                          building to implement the RAP
                                          Prepare TOR for any studies
required and qualitative
                                          dimei~sionsto the
implementation of RAP
                                          Facilitate appointment of
consultants to carry out the
                                          studies and co-ordinate them.
                                          Monitor financial progress on
RAP iniplementation


                                          Co-ordinate with district
administration and NGO
                                          responsible for RAP
implementation
                                          Translation of R&R policy in
Hindi
                                          Prepare pamphlets on policy for
information dissemination
                                          Print policy and identity cards
for PAPs
                                          Ensure that contractors has
paid the liiutually agreed
                                          amount to the landowner for
borrow pits.
                                          To ensure that land is returned
to the owner within the
                                          stipulated period as in
agreement and land returned is not
                                          unproductive.
                                          Ensure the development of
resettlement sites and
                                          agriculture land as and when
required
                                          Ensure that land acquisition
plans as per the alignment is
                                          submitted to district
adn~inistrationfor acquisition
                                          Participate in allotment of
residential and comn~ercialplots
                                          Liaison with district
administration for dovetailing of
                                          government schemes for Income
Restoration Schemes
                                          Co-ordinate with NGO appointed
for implementation of
                                          RAP
                                          Ensure inclusion of PAPs who
might not have been covered
                                          during the census survey
                                          Facilitate opening of joint
account in local banks to transfer
                                          the rehabilitation assistance
for the PAPSand also organise
                                          distribution of cheque payment
of coinpensation and
                                          rehabilitation assistance,
through transparent manner in
                                          Gram Sabha for distribution of
cheques
                                          Monitor physical progress of
RAP impleinentation
                                          inclutling physical shifting of
PAPs
                                          Participate in every district
level meetings
                                          Prepare monthly progress report
                                          Organise by-monthly meetings
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                                  Verification of PAFs listed out
in RAP
                                  Issue identity cards to the
PAFs
                                  Develop rapport with PAPs
                                  Facilitate R&R Coordinator in
organising public
                                  information campaign at the
commer~ce~lientof II&R


                                  Distribute the paniphlets of
R&R policy and also explain to
                                  them the meaning and measures
of mitigation to elirnil~ate
                                  the feeling of insecurity among
the PAPs
                                  Assist the PAPs in receiving
the payment of compensation,
                                  opening of bank accounts and
facilitate the vulnerable PAPs
                                  in ensuring that they get their
dues on time and are not left
                                  out to deteriorate to the
stages of impoverishment.
                                  Facilitate opening of joint
bank accounts
                                  Generate awareness about the
alternate livelihood options
                                  and their viability, the
resource base and other
                                  opportunities to enable the
PAPs to make informed choices
                                  and participate in their own
development.
                                  Conduct awareness campaigns
regarding HIV/AIDS
                                  among truckers and CSWs along
with regular campaigns
                                  Prepare micro-plans for
economic rehabilitation of PAFs
                                  Enable PAPs to identify the
alternate sites for relocation
                                  Participate in consultation
process for allotmer~tof
                                  residential and commercial
plots
                                          Ensure preparation of
resettlement sites as per the
                                          guidelines laid in the policy
complete with basic facilities
                                          Participate in the meetings
organised by PWD
                                          Submit monthly progress reports
                                          Identify training needs of PAPs
for income generating
                                          activities and ensure they are
adequately supported during
                                          the post-training perioci on
enterprise development and
                                          managemel~t,the backward and
forward linkages, credit
                                          financing and marketing of the
produce.
                                          Participate in the disbursement
of cheques at public
                                          iiieetit~gsand Gram Sabhas
                                          Ensure the women headed
households and other groups of
                                          vulnerable PAPs are given their
dues both for payment of
                                          compensation and rehabilitation
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            Table 12.2:Summary of Role and Responsibilities of Other
Project Partners




                       information on



Assist NGO in
                       coordination

dissemination


                       census surveys

consultations

Discuss areas
                       consultations to


                                              consultations
consultations


                       consultations


                       resettlement           Train VIiWs



discuss with PAP
                       Inputs to design
                       resettlement




                       of entitlements
in use of new




resources
                       Management of
                       ~'esources

welfare and socio-

economic services




                       Member of




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                       Report on service      Act as external
Participants in
                       quality at sites       monitors for
correctional
 11                                           project (where
strategies                           l/
 I                                            not previously
II
 L-                                           involved)

12.5    Community Participation in the Implementation of RAP
        'The institutional arrangement as explained in R&R policy already
provides the continuecl
        involvenient of the communities, especially the project-affected
and the project-displaced
        persons in implementation of the RAP. The PWD will ensure:
            The stakeholders are consulted at every state of project
            The women perception is built into the RAP implementation
plan
            'The host community is consuIted so that community assets are
optimised and enhanced
            The PAPs participate in ensuring creation of community
assets, and the upkeep and
            maintenance of assets created by the project
        r   in institutional mechanism is evolved involving the people,
the grizi~rpat~clr~lyatsand the
            formal and informal peoples' committees to ensure
sustainability of tlie process of
            cfevelopment, beyond the RAP implementation period.


12.6    Tasks for NGO in Implementation and Tentative Methodology
        The table below details out the task to be carried out by NGO at
different stages of the report.


                                           Table 12.3:Tasks of NGO
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Documentation
         Developing Rapport with the Project Authorities
Fortnightly nleetings with
         particularly the Social Officer
R&R Coordinator of PWD

& its Documentation
         'The need for Land Acauisition
Participatory
         The likely consequences of the project on the communities
Participatory and by setting
         ccoliomic livelihood
up of Public Information

Centre




         Assist PAPSin getting the compensation for their land and
Participatory



Participatory
         identify suitable land for relocation and for agricultural
         purposes & assist in negotiating its transfer to the PAPs &
         in case suitable Government land is unavailable then assist
         PAP to locate a land owner willing to dispose and assist in
         the negotiation of the purchase price
         Determination of the entitlements of each PAP by
Discussion with PD and
         reviewing the R&R Policy and the RAP and comparing it
Officials with Participatory
         with tlie offer made by the SOCIAL OFFICER and upon
tools
         identifying discrepancy assisting the PAP in coming to
         some agreement with SOCIAL OFFICER & if need be
         p~~rsuingtlie matter through grievance redress cell

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                                      Task Name
Methodolom

Regular Meeting with PAPs




             ydciage ensuring sustainability of income
,l

      //   development programmes and examining their relative
Secondary sources of
      j/    merits for recommending the same to the PAPSand
information, Meetings with
      1     accordingly orchestrate training programmes for
other functionaries
           sustainable livelihood of PAPs and ass~tingin required
           skill development by networking with Revenue
           departnient, other Government departments and NGOs of



Regular Meeting with PAPS
           generation aiiiongst PAPs on grievance redress mechanism
            as per RAP & assisting PAPs with grievances for its



Regular Meeting with PAPs
            the PAPSand the SOCIAL OFFICER ensuring PAPs
Capac~tyBuilding

            C I ~ I
                  eenient on List of options operi & choices made by PAPS
Identify specific IG
            upon being assisted to do so
Schemes
            Relocat~onsite
           L,tst of benefits due to the PAP
           Arrangement for Shifting
            Proposed utilisation of grant moneys due to PAPs
           Involvement of PAPs in existing Govt. development
            yrogiammes
           Updating the data bank on PAPs due to any changes in
            project & development of impact indicators
         * Specificassignments from the SOCIALOFFICER for the
            L\ eltare of the affected community
           Assrsting in identifying tree species selected by the
I
l
           c-orn~i~i~n~I\'alld iocilitdtes its plant,~tion.
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13.0         COSTS AND BUDGET

13.1      I~itroduction
          The budget is indicative with outlays for the different
expenditure categories. The costs used
          for the budget are based on information collected during census
and socio-economic surveys,
          revenue department and PWD. The resettlement budget,
particularly, the compensation and
          assistance payment components for non-land assets have been
computed based on market
          survey. Land value was collected from revenue officials of
various categories to arrive at an
          estimate. It is suggested that during land acquisition, an
independent committee on
          Replacement value Assessments should assess the cost and
accordingly the budget will be
          modified.


          The total budget has been estimated at Rs. 55.00 nullion. The
basis for budget estimation and
          detailed budget has been provided in ensuing sections.


13.1.1    THE LAND VALUE
          As per the market survey and discussion with the revenue
officials the value of different
          categories of land is as under:


             Table 13.1: Land Value in Project Area
         1           Bridge Location           ICost per hectare
I
         1 Cliahlari                          1650000
I
          Solrrcc:: l ekJlpnl (Revetzlie Clerk), T ~ I I s IOffice
ofrzffecteil dlstrlcts
                                                            I

13.2      Income Generation and Vocational Training
          The amount used to estimate the budget for training will be
calculated based on following
          norms:


           Table 13.2: Estimate of budget for training
         Lees of NGO ver EP                                          Rs
800.00
         1 Food and Stav of each EP for seven davs               Rs
750.00            11



          Training provided to each eligible EP will be as per their
choice for skill upgradation.
          Vulnerable group PAPS will be given preference for this
support. Training will be provided
          under District Rural Development Agency (DRDA)scheme of TRYSEM.


13.3      Transitional Allowance
          The transitional allowance for PAPSlosing agriculture land has
been calculated at min~muni
          wages for 9 months if the residual land is not viable or for 6
months if residual land is viable.
          For loss of non-agriculture land and assets, transitional
allowance has been calculatecl at
          niinimum wages in form of grant to cover maxi~nun~nine months.
The minimum wages has
          been calculated at Rs 2000,'- per month.


13.4      Economic Rehabilitation Grant


          Economic rehabilitation grant has been calculated at minimum
wages as deterniined by
          Planning Commission, Government of India for Below Poverty
Line. An estimated 'imount
          has been taken to calculate the budgetary requirement for M&E
agency, NGO, Staff training,
          Office set-up etc.


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               A detdil of R&R budpet is given below.

l
Total Cost
1
                                                                           Cost/
unit Total Unit         (Rs. in million)
                            ITEMS                            Unit          (In Rs.)
I

  Land Acquisition
-
incquisit~onof Agriculture Land through
                                                        ha
650000          47.45               30.84


650000          47.45               30.84



                                                        Family
18000             396               7.13


42000             396               16.63


I~conomicRehabilitation Grant                           /Familv        1
240001        1681                  4.031


/kraining
t--
jAssist,lnce towards training for vulnerable            iEligible

                of PWD and NGO staff                    ~    u sum ~
                                                                 m

    Subtotal
                 measures for HIV/AIDS
    Nuhhad Natak - 25 Nos. @ Rs. 10000/- per
     n<lt<~= R> 250000/-
          h
l
\l~lIJCl~ntlngs10Nos@l5000/-per
      c l         -           Rs.
ipa~ntn~gRs. 200000/-
             =
I E C   material = Rs. 50000/-
             for RAP Implementation
                  Evaluation Consultants           \Family
1.50




 Note.     Provision has been made in the budget towards additional
studies. In course of the RAP
           implementation, it is likely that unexpected issues, obstacles
and snags will be encountered
           The project authority therefore, should have the capacity to
rapidly deploy problem solving
           '~ndaction orlented corrective action. The problem solving and
action oriented corrective
           actions will come from the results of thematic studies. A
tentative list of thematic studies is
          given below:

              a)   Resource ownership and tenure rights
              b)   Natural resource use and management
             4     Housing and settlement pattern
              4    Causes and extent of indebtedness and resource loss

             P)    Ge~~ciel,ethn~cor other variation in adaptation to
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                f )      Participation of local conimunity
                g)       Emergence of new value systems and positive and
negative attitudes towards project
                         from social, cultural, economic, technological
and organizational perspective.

                1 )      Dominance roles and activities of beneficiaries;
political organization and labour
                         relatio~~s




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ANNEX 1
SCHEDULE FOR CENSUS AND SOCIO-ECONOMICSURVEY

Name of the Engineer:                                                         1Date:
l          1
NatTisof the Field Supervisor                                                1Time:
Fr            To
Nams of the PWD Representative


1.        GENERAL IDENTIFICATION

1 . 1      Road Route
1.2        Road Link (name)
l.3        Road No.
1.4       ChainagejKm)                                    Start
End
          (i)         District
          (ii)        Block
          (iii)       Village
          (iv)        Hamlet
          (v)         Town


1.6       Location
          1 1 1 Rural               12 Semi Urban
                                         /                     13 Urban
                                                                    /                /

i .7      Type of likely loss:

              l       Residential                   5     Cattleshed                     9
Shrine            1    1
          2           Commercial                     6    Agriculture Land
10 Well
         3            Resi.+Comm.                   7     Farm House
1 1 Handpump
         4            Office                        8     Boundary Walllfencing 12
School

GraveyardlCremato-
          13 Health Facility                            14 Communityhall
l 5

rium grounds
          16          Others


1.8       If coded 6 in Q# 1.7, kindly mention
          Plot Number:
          Khasra Number:
        Individual (1)orJoint (2) ownership:
        Number of owners if joint holding:
        Name of joint owners:


2.      STRUCTURE IDENTIFICATION

2.1   SI.No. of the structure :
        Address of the structure



        Ownership of the structure:

         l    lPrivate             13   l Trust         5   l Others
         2    /Government          14   l Community 1

2.2     If privately owned, number of the household in the structure


3.    OWNERSHIP

3.1   Do you own the structure1plotlagriculture land?
        l .     Yes              2.   No
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3.2       If, Yes (andin case of structure and agriculture Land) in 3.1,
          No. of tenants ?
          Name of the Owner:
          Address of the Owner:




3.3       Do you have legal document of the structure/Agriculture land?
          (to be asked only to the owner)
          1.       Yes            2.      No


4.        ENLISTMENT

4.1       Do you own a ration card?
          1.       Yes            2.     No
          If yes, in Q 4.1, since when (onlyyear)?


4.2       Is your name included in the voter's list?
          1 .      Yes            2.     No



5.        DETAILS OF STRUCTURE
                     5.1                      5.2                     5.3
                                              Type of Structurein
                       Type of Structure*
Present Use ****
           No                                        Row **
            l




                                   *
         Codes                         5.1
       /     l     l Permanent                    1    6    1 Structurecum
plot

              2        Semi Permanent                  7     Boundary Wall
              3        Temporary                       8 Roof Shed
              4        Vacant Plot                     9     Barbedwire
fencing
              5        Aari.Land                       10     Others (s~ecifv
        1-            i     l Permanent         /2 Semi Permanent
                                                     /              /3
Temporary
                                                                         /


                  1 ]Residential                14 ] office         17 Farm
House
                                                                         1
                  2       1 Commercial          15 Cattleshed
                                                    I               18 Others
(Sp.)
                                                                         /
        1         3       1 ~ e s i . +Comm.    16 Agri. Land
                                                    I

5.4      Measurement of the structure


             1 .            Along the road (width) :
mts.


             2.              Perpendicular to the road (length):
mts.


             3.              Distance from the centre line :
Left

Right
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      Typology of Construction

      1ROOF                                                1
      1 i     RCCIRBC

      I 2   I Asbestos/tin/zinc   1 4   l Thatched


        1     MU^                 1 3 /StoneMasonry
        2      Brick Masonry      / 4   1 Others

       FLOOR
       l   l M u d                13    1 Concrete
       2   !stone                 14    1 Others

       BOUNDARY WALL
       1     Barbed wire           3     Stone Masonry
       2     Brick Masonry         4     Stonelbrick
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        HOUSEHOLD SCHEDULE

        1.          HOUSEHOLD IDENTIFICATION


        1 . l       SI.No. of the household identified
                    Address of the household identified:




        1.2 Name of the head of the HH:

        1.3         Name of the respondent:

        1.4         Relationshipof respondentwith the head of the HH

                                          6           Daughter in law           ll
/Others {Sp.)       /
                                          7           Grandchild
                                          8           Sister

                    15       lwife            10      Mother



        2.          SOCIAL GROUP PARTICULARS

        2.1         Family type

                    ( 1      1Joint           /2     (Nuclear (        3 Extended
                                                                         /
]

        2.2         Religious Groups

                I       1    /Hindu     I 4 1       Sikh              I 7 l Others
I
                    !2       1Muslim     15        l Christians       I
                     3       lBudhism    16        1 Jainism


        2.3     SocialStratification:

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                         1   Scheduled Caste               13 Other 6ackw;d
                                                                1
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;
      3.1         Kindly give the following details:

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Relationwith                        Educatioli'           Usual
- Skill Possessedby
     SI. No.                    Name of the family members                         Age
Male

Head of HH @                      @@                  Activity@"           Main
Subsidiary             Adult members

Female      @j@             -                         -                --
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3            4        5         6                                  8                     9
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            3
        4

        5

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        6

        7
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        8

        9

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        10

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        13

        14

        15

        16

        17
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        19

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            -Code for Relation with Head of HH @

           1    l I   self                16         1Daughter in law              /
1 1     1 Others (Sp.) I
             ' 2    1 son              1 7       I Grandchild
             I 3      Brother           18          /Sister
                                                    1
                      8
            1   4         Daughter        /9          Sister in law
            [   5         wife            /10        1Mother


            Code for Marital Status @@

           1    1      Married                  14    I     Separated
17        /Deserted        I
           ' 2        /Unmarried                15         1Widow
               3      /Divorced                 16        / Widower


            Code for Education @@@

           I    l         Illiterate             5          Secondary
9         lTl
           F
             2            Just literate          6         Intermediate
10      Engineer
             3            Primary                7         Graduate
1 1     Doctor
             4            Middle                 8         Post Graduate
12       Others(Sp)


            Code for Usual Activity @*

           1
           t-1   Worker                              4 Student
7    Handicapped
           1 2 Nonworker                             5       OldIRetired
8    School going age child
           h ~ o u s e h o l work
                                d                     6      Non-Schoolgoing age
child            9    Others


            Definitionfor Main and Marginal Workers
                 1 .      Main (If engaged for 183days or more than 183days
in a year)
             2.           Marginal (If engaged for less than 183days in a
year)

                 Code for Occupation @@*

                  1 Agriculture                         5    Govt.Service
9      Trade & Business
                 2 Agriculture labour                   6    Private Service
10     Professionals (Doc., Engg.)
                 3 Allied Agriculture                   7    Helping hands
1 1    Squatters
                 4 Non Agri.Labour                      8    HH industries
12     Others (Sp.)



             FINANCIAL ASSETS


             Kindly give the details of following:

             -
                            Type of Account             1 Amount in Rs.
Institution'
                  Savings
                  Long Term Deposit
                  Short Term Deposit
                  Recurring Deposit
                  Current Account


                           I .     NafionalizedlRurallCooperafive Banks
2.      Post Office 3.        Others




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5.     LAND UTILISATION


5.1    Kindly give the details of landholding.


        SI.No.               Particular                 Unit (In acres)
Area within ROW
        A.        Own Land
        1 .       Cultivated
        2.        Temporary fallow
        3.        Permanentfallow
        4.        Leasedout
        B.        Land Operated Otherwise
        5.        Encroachedand cultivated
        6.        Encroachedand leased out
        7.        Encroachedand fallow
        C.        Temporary Holding
        8.        Share cropping
        9.        Leased in
        10.       Mortgaged
        1 1 .     Mortgaged and leasedout

       **     Kindly checkup the ownership of land with the land records
available with the
              respondents.



6.     HOUSEHOLD INCOME


       Kindly give details of your income from various sources during the
last one year.


       SI.No.                      Particular
Income (in Rs.)
        A.        Agriculture
        1.        Cultivation on own land
        2.        From leased land
        3.        From land operated otherwise encroached
        4.        From land leasedout (rent)
        5.        From hiring out of farm implements
        B.        Allied Agriculture
        6.        Dairy
        7.        Poultry
        8         Piggery
        9         Goatery
        10        Sheep rearing
        1 1       Camel rearing
        12      Horticulture
        C.      Forestry
        13      Sale of firewood
        14      Sale of FP
        15      HH Industry
        16      Tradelbusiness
        17.     Profession
        18.     Govt. Service
        19.     Pvt. Service
        20.     NAL
        21.     AL
        22.     Rentlremittances
        23.     Others (Sp.)
                Total



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7.        STRUCTURE (ONLY FOR OWNERS)

          RESIDENTIAL
7.1 How old is the structure (inyears)?

7.2          Is there any tenant in the house?
             1 .     Yes         2.     No, If yes,
             Number of tenant(s)?

7.3       How long he is residing (inyears)?

             How much of rent do you received per month 2

7.4       What is the market value of this structure as on date ?

7.5       Do you pay house-tax?
          1 .     Yes         2.        No

7.6       Is your house electrified?
          l .     Yes         2.     No


7.7       Is your connection legal?
          1 .     Yes         2.        No

7.8 Doyou have tap connection?
          1 .     Yes         2.        No

7.9       If yes, is your connection legal?
          1 .     Yes         2.     No


7.10 If yes, do you pay for water?
          1.      Yes         2.        No

          COMMERCIAL (OWNERS)
7.1 1     How old is the structure ? (inyears)

7.12 How long you are operating from this structure ? (inyears)

7.13 Is your business self owned?
          l.      Yes         2.        No

7.14 If No, how many partners are there (inNos.)

7.15 Usage of structure ?

         1    1    / Shop      13     1Workshop
         1    2    I Godown    14     1Office
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7.16 What type of business you are doing ?


           1   Tea Stall          9          Eatery              17
Clinic
          2    Grocery            10         FruitIVegetables    18   Motel
          3    Garments            1 1       Snacks              19   Hotel
          4    Cloth Shop         12         PanICigarette       20
ElectricalGoods
          5    Chemist            13         Bicycle repair      21    HH
Industry
          6    Auto Repair        14         Tyre repair         22   Iron
Fabrication
      7        Spare parts        15         Tailoring           23
Others (Sp.)
       1 8     Sweat meat         /16        1General Merchant   1

7.17 Do you have license?
        1 .   Yes            2.         No

7.18 Do you have any helping hand?
        1 .   Yes          2.           No

7.19 If yes, how many? (Innos.)


7.20 How many of them are permanent?


7.21 What is the market value of this structure as on date?

7.22 Are you paying tax for this structure?
        1 .   Yes          2.      No


7.23 Since when you are paying the tax (years)?

7.24 Is your structure electrified?
        1 . Yes            2.       No


7.25 Is your connection legal?
        1 . Yes            2.           No

7.26 Do you have tap connection?
        1 .   Yes          2.           No
7.27 If yes, is your connection legal?
        l . Yes            2.      No


7.28 If yes, do you pay for water?
        1.   Yes           2.      No


8.     STRUCTURES (ONLY FOR TENANTS)

       RESIDENTIAL
8.1    How long you are residingin this place (inyears)?

8.2    How much of rent do you pay (inRs.)?


8.3    Did you pay any 'pagri' (advancemoney)?
        1 . Yes            2.      No

8.4   If yes, is the advance money returnable?
        1.   Yes           2.      No

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8.5        Who pays for electricity and water bills?
           1.       Yes           2.     No

           COMMERCIAL
8.6        How long you are in this structure (inyears)?


8.7 Yow much of rent do you paylmonth?
Rs.

8.8        Have you paid advance money?
           1.      Yes            2.      No


8.9        If yes, in 8.8 how much you have paid ?
Rs.

8.10 Is advance money returnable?
           1 .      Yes           2.      No


8.11       Do you have any helping hand?
           1 .     Yes            2.     No


8.12 If yes, how many (in Nos.)?


8.13 How many of them are permanent?


8.14 What type of business you are doing?
8.15
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             1      Tea Stall       9          Eatery              17
Clinic
             2      Grocery           10       Fruitlvegetables    18
Motel
             3      Garments          1 1      Snacks              19
Hotel
             4      Cloth Shop        12       PanICigarette      20
Electrical Goods
             5      Chemist           13       Bicyclerepair      21
HH Industry
          1
1
             6      Auto Repalr       14       Tyre repair        22
Iron Fabrication
       i            Spare parts       15       Ta~loring          23
1Others (Sp.)
                  7
        I--       8      Sweat meat        16         General Merchant


8.15 Usage of structure ?

              1   1     1Shop         13        1 Workshop
        /         2      Godown       14        I office

8.16 Do you have license for the business?
           1.      Yes           2.      No


9.          LAND GETTTING AFFECTED


9.1         Kindly give following details:


                  Type of Land                    Unit owned      Area within
Legal
                                                                  ROW
l . Yes 2. No
            Irrigated (acres)
            Unirrigated (acres)
            Orchard (acres)
            Homestead (insq.mt)
            Backyardin Sq. mt.
            Others (specify)



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10.       TREES COMING WITHIN ROW

10.1 Kindly give following details


              Trees (InNo.)          I Unit owned       INo. of tree in ROW
              Fruit bearing

1
              Fodder
              Fuelwood



11.          IRRIGATION UNITS COMING WITHIN ROW


l l . l      Kindly give the following details:


              Irrigationunits             Unit owned        Affected units in
ROW
              Dugwells
              Tube wells
              L1 Points



12.         INCOME RESTORATIONOPTIONS
            (Tobe asked only to displaced PAP or those who are losing
their livelihood)


l l          What would you prefer as rehabilitation option?


         ;   1    l Land for land                   5       Employment during
construction
             2      Allied Agri. Activities         6       Trainingfor self
employment

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              3     Petty shops                     7       HouseholdIndustry
                    Cash Grant                      8       Others (specify)
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            (NOTTO BE ASKED BUT TO BE ASSESSED BY THE INVESTIGATOR)

           / House & Homestead                        1Residential&
Commercial Structure                              1
             1     Losingtotal house                  9        Losing
entire house and part of commercial
                                                               structure
             2     Losing house and entire land       10       Losing part
of house and total commercial

           1      /                                           I
             3     Losinghouse and part of land       / 1 1       Losingtotal
house and commercial structure
        1 4        Losing total land              I Agriculture Land
             5     Losing partial land                 12    Losing part
of Agriculture land
             6     L&ng only part of house             13      Losingtotal
Agriculture land
             CommercialStructure                      Others
             7     Losing entire structure            14
Losingirrigation units
             8     Losing part of structure             15        Losingtrees
                                                       16         Losing only
source of income




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SCHEDULE FOR SOCIO-ECONOMICSURVEY

Name of the Investigator                                      Date:        1
1
Name of the FieldSupervisor                                    Time: Fr
To
Schedule No. (sameas census)                                ScheduleNo.     I
1    1    1    1    1    / -


1.     AREA IDENTIFICATION

1.1     Name of the Route:
1.2     Name of the Link :
1.3     Chainage                      From
1.4     Village
1.5     Block
1.6     District


1.9     Location

       / 1    1Rural         /    2 Semi Urban
                                      /              13 l   Urban



2.      HOUSEHOLD IDENTIFICATION

2.1    Serial Number of the Household            :


2.2     Name of the Head of the Household:



2.3     Name of the Respondent:



2.4     Relation of the respondent with the Head of the Household (refer
code given below)

        Relationship                  Code       Relationship             Code
        Self                          01         Husbandlwife             02
        SonIDaughter                  03         FatherIMother            04
        Brother/Sister                05         Niece/Nephew             06
        SonIDaughterin law            07         BrotherISisterin law     08
        Grand child                   09         Others (Specify)         99
2.5     Address of the House




3.      SOCIAL GROUP PARTICULARS

3.1     Family Type
       L1      Joint           12 Nuclear
                                    l             /3   /Extended


3.2     Religious Groups

         1     Hindus           4 Christians      7    /Others
        2      Muslim           5 Jains
        3      Sikh             6 Budhism


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3.3     SocialStratification
        1 1 I Scheduled                3       Other Backward Castes

                                                Hlgher Caste
4.      OWNERSHIP


4.1      Do you own the structurelland?
         1 .    Yes          2.    No
         If No, Skip, Q. 4.2


4.2      Do you have legal patta of the structure/agricultural land?
         1.     Yes         2.      No



5.       ENLISTMENT

5.1      Do you own a ration card?
         1.     Yes         2.        No

5.2 If yes in Q.5.1 since when (onlyyear)?

5.3      Is your name included in voter's list?
         1 .    Yes         2.      No

6.0      HOUSEHOLD PARTICULAR
6.1      Kindly give the following details:




            Code for Relation with Head of HH 63
              1 ' Self         6      Daughter in law          1 1     Others
(Sp.)   1
             2    Son          7     Grandchild
             3    Brother      8     Sister
             4    Daughter     9     Sister in law
             5   Wife          10    Mother



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          Code for Marital Status
              1    Married        4        Separated               7     Deserted
         /LUnmarried              5        Widow
                 -
          1 3      Divorced       6        Widower


         Code for Education
         1- 1     Illiterate         5     Secondary               9     IT1

              2     Just literate    6     Intermediate            10    Engineer
                    Primary          7     Graduate                1 1   Doctor
         1    3
                                                                   12
Others(Sp)
       1-4          Middle           8     Post Graduate


       Code for Usual Activity
           1    Worker                     4 Student                            7
Handicapped
                                           5 Old/Retired                        8
Schoolgoing age child
                                    work   6 Non-Schoolgoing age                9
Others
                                               child


             Definitionfor Main and Marginal Workers
             l .    Main (If engaged for 183 days or more than 183 days in a
year)
             2.     Marginal (If engaged for less than 183 days in a year)


       Code for Occupation
           l     Agriculture                  5    ~ovt.~ervice           9
Trade & Business
          2      Agriculture labour            6   Private Service         10
Professionals (Doc.,Engg.)
          3      Allied Agriculture           7    Helping hands          1 1
Squatters
          4      Non Agri.Labour              8 HH industries             12
Others (Sp.)


7.0          HOUSEHOLD ASSETS


             Kindly give the details of following asset holdings:
Legal
                           Assets              Unit Owned
Market Value

Yes/No
            Land (inacres/sq.mt)
            Irrigated
            Unirrigated
            Fallow
            Leasedin
            Leasedout
            Homestead
           Structures (sq.mt)
            Residential
            Kutcha
           Semi Pucca
           Cattle House
            Pucca
           Semi Pucca
            Kutcha
            Farm House
            Pucca
           Semi Pucca
            Kutcha
            BoundaryWall
           Pucca
           Semi Pucca
            Kutcha

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Legal
                            Assets        Unit Owned       Market
Value

YesINo
         1                            l
I
                                                       I

             Pump House

I



         [SemiPucca


             Trees (No.)
              Fruit bearing
              Fodder
              Fuel wood
              IrrigationUnits (No.)
              Open Well
             Tube well
              L./. Point
              Financial (inRs.)
             Savings A/c
              Long term deposit
              Long term deposit
              Short term deposit
              Recurring deposit
              Other Durable Assets
             TV/Recorder/Radio
              Bicycle/Motor cycle
              Jwellerylwatch
              Furnitures
              Utensils
              Bullock Cart
              lron/Wooden plough




         l Cattle
           Poultry birds
           Goatslsheeplpigs


8.       LAND UTILISATION
         Kindly give the details of landholding




           l0     I Mortgaged
           1 1    I Mortgaged   and leased out


         * * Kindly check the ownership of land with the land records
available with the
              respondents


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           9.     CROPPING PATTERN (ASK FOR ONLY MAJOR CROPS)


                                       SI.
Area

Yield              Rate
                      Season No                       Crop Name
cultivated

(Qtls./Acre)       (in Rs./Qtls.)

(in acres)
                     Kharif        1
                                   2
                                   3
                     Rabi          1
                                   2
                                   3
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                     Summer 1
                                   2

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             10.    HOUSEHOLD INCOME

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                         SI. No.                    Source
Income(in Rs.)
                     A.          Agriculture
X-                     1         Cultivation on own land
                     2         I From leased land
                               I
@-                   3           From land operated otherwise
                                 encroached
                         4       From land based out (rent)
     S..

                         5         From hiring out of farm implements
                         B.        Allied Agriculture

1
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                   10        Sheep rearing
A-

-                  l 1      Camel rearing
                   12        Horticulture
                  C.       l Forestry
                   13      I Sale of firewood
                   14        Sale of FP
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                   15       HH Industry
                   16      Tradelbusiness
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                   17        Profession
                   18        Govt. service
     .m
                   19        Pvt. Service

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     -            22        Rent/remittances
                  23        Other (specify)
     -            Total




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                 [       SI. No.I                     Particulars/Sources
Expenditure (Rs.)
                                  l Food
I-                 1 1
                   12             I Cooking Fuel

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                     4              Health
                     5              Health
     C

                     6              Communication
                              -

                     7            Social Functions
     C
                     8            Agriculture (suchas on seeds, hiringof farm
implements,etc.)
                     9            Others specify__
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                    RESIDENTIAL STRUCTURE OWNERS
                   PAP whose residence is getting affected
     lh

                   i)     Where would you prefer to resettle yourself?
                   ii)    In the same village/town
     P              iii) Outside the village /town
     -              iv) In another cityltown
                    v)    What would you prefer as rehabilitation measure?
                    vi)   Housesite HCA
  P-                 vii) Constructed House
                     viii) Only HCA
                     ix) Shifting Expenses
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                    xi)    Self relocation
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                    xii) Others (specify)

                     COMMERCIAL STRUCTURE OWNERS
                     PAP whose commercial structure is getting affected.
                    i)     What would you prefer as rehabilitation measure?
                     ii)   New constructed shop
                     iii) Shope site & SCA
                    iv)    Only shop site
                    v)     Only SCA
                     vi)   Grant for restartingthe operations
                    vii) Loan
                    viii) Others specify

                      RESIDENTIAL TENANTS
              12.3 PAP getting displaced (Residencegetting affected)
                      What would you prefer as rehabilitation measure?
                      i)    Shifting allowance
                     i i ) Cash grant for sustenance
                     iii) Self Relocation
                     iv)    Other (specify)




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12.4 PAP whose commercial structure is getting affected.
       i)   What would you prefer as rehabilitationmeasure?
       ii) Cash grant equivalent to you three monthsincome
       iii) New site by govt.
       iv) Other specify

       AGRICULTURE LAND HOLDER
12.5 What would you prefer as rehabilitationmeasure?
       i)   Landfor Land
       ii) Cash compensation
       iii) Irrigationfacility for left out land
       iv) Assistance for allied activities
       v)   Others (specify)

13.    INDEBTNESS

3 l    Pleaseindicate, your borrowings during last one year:

                    Source                Amount taken (in Rs.)        Amount
Returned(in       Balance

Rs).
        Bank [specify)
        Private money lender
        Others [specify)



14.    COVERAGE UNDER GOVERNMENT DEVELOPMENT SCHEMES

14.1 Did you ever avail benefit under any govt. schemes?
       l .    Yes           2.     No


14.2 If yes, kindly give us the following details. (Multipleresponse)


        SI.No        Name of the scheme                    Kind of help
        1       JRY
        2       DWACRA
        3       IRDP
        4       PMRY
        5       Million well scheme
        6       Others (Specify)


       Kind of Help                        1.     Loan            2.
Training    3.   Employment
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14.4 Is there an increase in your annual income after availing benefit
from the scheme(s)?
       l .    Yes          2.      No




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 lS.    TYPE OF EFFECT
         (Not to be asked but to be assessed by the investigator )

        :--     House & Homestead                 Residential&
Commercial Structure

        I 1    Losing total house                  9      Losing entire
house and part of commercial
                                                         structure
          2    Losincl house and entire land      10     Losing part of
house and total commercial
        l                                                structure
          3 ] Losing house and part of land       1 1    Losingtotal
house and commercial structure

        , 4    Losing total land                         Agriculture
Land
               Losingpartial land                  12     Losing part of
Agriculture land
              i~osingonly part of house           13     Losing total
Agriculture land
          Commercial Structure                           Others
          7   1Losing entire structure             14
Losingirrigation units
          8 1 Losingpart of structure             15     Losingtrees
        I

                                                   16     Losing only
source of income




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Pradesh
                                           Uttar PradeshState Roads

                               RESETTLEMENTAND REHABILITATION POLICY
                                                  April 2000



1      INTRODUCTION

1 . 1 Government of Uttar Pradesh has plans to improve the State road
network. The aim
       and the objective are to improve and strengthen the state's road
transport network.

1.2 Apart from the positive aspects of the road upgradation, the project
may cause loss of
       land, structures, other immobile properties and various sources of
livelihood. This
       document describes the principles and approach to be followed in
minimizing and
       mitigating negative social and economic impacts caused by projects
so that the
       affected are able to restore and improve their standard of living.



2      BROAD PRINCIPLES

2.1    This policy recognizes that involuntary resettlement dismantles a
previous production
       system and a way of life, all such rehabilitation programs will
adopt a developmental
       approach rather than the welfare approach. These guidelines
details out the
       assistance in re-establishing the homes and livelihoods of the
Project Affected People
       (PAP) during the course of projects. The broad principles of the
Resettlement and
       Rehabilitation (R&R) policy are as given below:


       a)     All negative impacts including displacement should be
avoided or minimised
             wherever feasible by exploring all viable alternative
project designs.
       b)      Where negative impacts are unavoidable, efforts should be
made either to
             improve the standard of living of the affected persons or at
least assist them in
             restoringtheir previousstandard of living at no cost to
them.
       c)      Ensure people's participation during the course of the
project cycle.
       d)      Effort should be made towards the enhancement of the
positive impact of the
               projects.

2.2 The project will broadly have three impacts that require mitigation
measures. They are:

       a)     Loss of immovable assets viz., land, house, commercial
establishments wells,
              ponds, etc
       b)     Loss of livelihood or income opportunities viz., for
agriculture labours, helping
              hands in commercial establishments,etc.
       c)     Impact on the community in terms of loss of common property
resources.

       The first two categories represent direct impacts on an identified
population. The
       people likely to be affected will be surveyed and registered, grid
project monitoring
       and evaluation will compare long-termimpacts against baseline
socio-economy data.

       The third category represents a group impact, where gains and
losses of a group -
       oriented nature are not quantifiable in terms of impact on the
individual. Mitigation


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       and support mechanisms will be collectively oriented, and the
monitoring will focus on
       impact on such groups.

2.3 All acquisition of private land would be under the Land Acquisition
(Amendment)Act,
       1984, which provides for compensation and solatium for the
properties to be acquired.


       a)    Support will be extended under the broad principles of this
policy to meet the
             replacement value of the assets and loss of livelihood.
       b)    The policy further recongnises extension of support to non-
titleholders for the loss
             of livelihood and replacement value for assets other than
land.
       c)    The common property resources will be replaced as far as
feasible and if not
             then assistance will be provided at replacement value to the
group.

2.4 Major widening and strengtheningwork planned will take place within
the Right of Way
       (ROW] based on land availability, gradient, traffic and congestion
of population along
       the road length. Efforts will be made during implementation to
minimise any
       disturbance in the daily activitiesof the local people.

2.5 Before taking possession of the acquired lands and properties, all
compensation,
       resettlementand rehabilitation would be made in accordance with
this policy.

2.6 In case of displacement, resettlement sites will be developed as part
of the project. In
       such circumstances care should be taken so that there is no / or
minimum adverse
       social, economic and environmental effects of displacement on the
host communities
       and specific measures would be provided in the Resettlement and
Rehabilitation
       Action Plan (RAP)to mitigate any such impacts.

2.7 Before taking possession of acquired property sufficient time would
be pr~videdto
       harvest the crop.
28 The implementation of the R 8, R Action Planwill be synchronizedwith
the civil works

2.9.   The project will ensure that no civil works are initiated before
compensation and
       assistance to affected population has been provided in accordance
with this policy.



3      ABBREVIATIONS AND TERMS

       ABGREVIATIONS USED


       BPL                         Below Poverty Line
       SOR                         Schedule of Rates
       CB0                         Community Based Organisation
       Col                         Corridor of Impact
       CPR                         Common Property Resources
       DC                          District Collector
       EP                          Entitled/ Eligible Person
       HCA                         House Construction Allowance
       MEH                         Minimum Economic Holding
       NGO                         Non Governmental Organisation
       PAP                         Project Affected Person
       PAF                         Project Affected Family
       PDP                         Project Displaced Person


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       PDF                        Project Displaced Family
       PIU                        Project Implementation Unit
       LAA                        Land Acquisition (Amendment)Act 1984
       PWD                        Public Works Department
       R&R                        Resettlementand Rehabilitation
       RAP                        RehabilitationAction Plan
       ROW                        Right of Way
       RRO                        Resettlement and RehabilitationOfficer
       SLAO                       Special Land Acquisition Officer
       SES                        Socio-Economic Survey
       SC/S1                      Scheduled Caste and Schedule Tribes
       u/s                        Under Section



       TERMS

       Below Poverty Line         Annual Income from all sources is less
than a designated
                                   sum as fixed by the Planning
Commission, Government of
                                  lndia
       Corridor of Impact:        Width of the land required for
upgradation of the road.
       Development Block:         A   number of villages grouped
together with Block
                                   Development Officer as its
administrativehead.
       District Collector:        Administrative head of the District
       Right of Way:



4      DEFINITIONS

       Cut Off Date                i) In case of land
acquisitionaffecting the legal title-holders,the
                                   cut off date would be the date of
issuing the notice u/s 4(1) of
                                   LA Act.

                                   ii) For the non-title holders cut off
date would be the date of
                                   Census Survey

       Project Affected           Person who is affected in respect of
hislher land including
       Persons                    homestead land and structure thereon,
trade and occupation
                                   due to construction of the project.

       Project Displaced           A person who is compelled to change
his /her place of
       Persons"                    residence and/or workplace of business
due to the project.

       Project Affected            A family with respect to the project
shall mean
       Family

                                   a) husband,wife and minor children

                                   b) every son irrespective of his
marital status above the age of
                                       18 years

                                   c) every unmarrieddaughter above the
age of 18 years

                                   d) divorced, widowed, abandoned
separated or single unwed
                                      mother living separately

                                   e) Disabled people above the age of
18.

                                   f) Orphan and the aged above the age
of 58.


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       Eligible /Entitled PersonThose losing either 10% or more of their
land holding or any
                                   other immovable property will be
entitled for rehabilitation
                                   assistance.

       Encroacher                  A person who has trespassed
Government/private/community
                                   Land, adjacent to his or her land or
asset to which helshe is not
                                   entitled and who derives hislher
livelihood and housing
                                   therefrom prior to the cut off date.

       Squatter                    A squatter is a person who has settled
on publicly owned land
                                   for housing or livelihood without
permission or who has been
                                   occupying publicly owned building
without authority prior to the
                                   cut off date.

       Landless/Agriculture        A person who does not hold any
agriculture land and has been
       Labour                      deriving his main income by working on
the lands of others as
                                   sub-tenant or as an agriculture labour
prior to the cut off date.

       Below Poverty Line          A household whose annual income from
all sources is less than
                                   the designated sum as fixed by the
Planning Commission,
                                   Government of India, will be
considered to be below poverty
                                   line (BPL).

       Vulnerable Person           The vulnerable group may include but
not be limited to the
                                   following:

                                    (a) those people falling under Below
Poverty Line category and
                                        earning up to 25% above the
poverty level;

                                   (b) Member of         Scheduled
CasteITribe community/Other
                                        backward community;
                                    (c) Women Headed households;

                                    (d) Orphan and destitute;

                                    (e) Disabledand aged;

                                  (f) Landless.
       * PAP includes project displaced person, but all PAPs may not be
displaced
          persons.



5      BROAD PROCEDURES

       Basic Approach

       a)    The policy recognizes that along with the positive aspects
of infrastructure
             development, there are also negative impacts.


       b)    The policy principle is to provide R&R assistance to both
PDPs and PAPs.


       c)    Every effort should be made during project design and
preparation to minimise
             acquisition of land and other assets and to reduce negative
socio-economic
             impacts. The structures / assets falling outside the CO1and
within the ROW would
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       d)     People losing their home represent a particular challenge
in the resettlement
              program. Every effort will be to ensure that new housing is
available before
              people are displaced.


       e)      If the project impact leads to people being unable to
continue with their
               previous occupation, the project will provide support and
assist through
               alternative employment strategies.           Long-term
earning opportunities will be
               provided through strategies such as vocational training,
employment counseling,
               inclusionin income generating schemes, and access to
credit, etc.


       f)      Absence of legal title to land will not bar the people from
rehabilitation
               assistance.     However, compensation for land will not be
extended to the
               encroachers and squatters, considering the illegal nature
of their possession.


       g)     The identification of encroachers and squatters, in case
they do not possess
              ration cards, would be sought from voter's list, or any
other legal documents or
              information from the community.             In the absence
of any supporting legal
              documents, findings of the Census survey shall be relied
upon.


       h)     Efforts should be made to ensure consultation, involvement
and participation of
              the people, Non-government Organisations (NGOs) and
stakeholders in
              planning, implementation and monitoring of the project
through focus group
              discussions, workshops at district level and also at state
level. The PAPs and
              particularly in the case of vulnerable individuals and
groups, who will be
              encouraged to choose the options,which entail the lowest
risk


       i)     Copies of this document, information on its salient
features or its executive
              summary, will be displayed at the notice board of the
offices of the project
              authority, and prominent public places for general
information to the public.
              Summary of the Policy with entitlement framework translated
in local language
              will be distributed to the affected people. Interested
persons may contact
               project authorities for further details.
       j)     The R&R assistance for each and every PAP will be
determined as per their
              respective entitlement as defined in annex A.



5.2 Compensation and R&R

       a)     All PAPs will be entitled to R&R assistance over and above
the compensation
              received under the LA Act. Those PAPSwho are not entitled
for compensation
               (encroachers and squatters)will get R&R benefits as per
their entitlement.


       b)     The compensation for land and building shall be provided
within the ambit of LA
              Act and to meet the replacement value, R&R assistancewill
be provided.


       c)     All losses, including loss of income, will be compensated
within the overall R&R
              package as per the entitlement framework. The unit of
entitlement will be the
              family as defined in section 4.0.


       d)     In case of acquisition of houses/community buildingslor any
other assets, the
              replacement value will be considered. In case the
replacement value is more
              than the compensation at market value determined by the
competent authority,
              the difference is to be paid in form of assistance.
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       e)   The entitlement of compensation and assistance will be
extended to only those
            PAPs who are identified on or prior to the cut off date.
Claims regarding R&R
            assistanceshould be dealt by the Grievance Redress Committee.



5.3 General Assistance

       a)   The shifted population will be assisted in getting their
names included in voter's
            lists of the area of their resettlement.
       b)   PAPs falling under vulnerable groups will be provided
suitable assistance to
            minimise the adverse impacts through various means including
implementation
            of development activities. All mitigatory measures will be
described in depth in
            RAP.
       c)   Provisionswill be made for infrastructurefacilities at
resettlement sites.
       d)   Dumping sites for earth spoils will be identified in
consultation with the
            community.
       e)   The project will ensure that PAPs get preference injob with
the contractors during
            construction phase.




6      SOCIAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT AND RESETTLEMENT PLANNING

6.1    Corridor of Impact

       Displacement will be limited to the corridor required for the
road, which includes the
      safety zone. This corridor is referred to as the Corridor of Impact
(Col),and comprises
      typically the total construction width, inclusive of
drains/embankments, shoulders. The
       CO1 may have different extent to the right and left from the road
centre line and may
      vary as per the social requirement in order to avoid / minimise
adverse impacts.
6.2 Surveys

      For proper rehabilitation of the project affected and displaced
persons, social impact
      assessment shall be undertaken.              This will help in
assessing the magnitude of
      displacement, losses to be sustained by PDPs and PAPs, better
targeting of vulnerable
      groups, ascertaining the cost of R&R,           drawing out the
rehabilitation package and
      administering the same.

        The social impact assessment survey will consist of two surveys
viz.,


      a)    Census verification of 100 percent of the population.
      b)    BaselineSocio-economic survey covering 25 percent of the
affected households.



6.2.1 The purpose of the census is to register and document the status of
the potentially
      affected population within the project impact area, demographic,
social and
      economic profile of the PAPs and to prepare strip maps indicating
individual,
      community and public assets along the road stretches.




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       The baseline survey will be completed prior to the date of
notification uls 4, sub section
       1 of LA (Amended) Act, 1984. If the declaration is not issued
within the stipulated
       period as specified under LAA, the survey will be undertaken again
and notification uls
       411) shall be re-issued.


       The census would also include, collection of information on the
following:


       a)    The economy base of the affected people including the modes
and magnitude
             of production, consumption pattern, related economic
institutions and allocation
             of various productive resources.


       b)    tiousehold census covering immovable property owned by the
PAPs and other
             resources in their possession/use.          These surveys
would be carried out in
             association with local and host communities as well as with
the local
             representatives.


       c)    The social structure, norms, customs, cultural centres,
traditional patterns of
             leadership and institutions of social networking and impact
on common property
             resources (CPR)that will be affected.

       d)    The census will prima facie identify tenants, sharecroppers,
encroachers,
             squatters and agricultural labourers. This will also
identify PDPs, PAPs, minorities
             and vulnerable people.



6.2.2 Through baselinesocio-economic survey following information would
be collected:


       a)    Accurate and up to date maps of the project area.
       b)    Analysis of social structures and income resources and
expenditure pattern of the
             population.
       c)    Information on health, development process of the
habitations, indebtedness,
             etc.
       d)    Inventories of the resources, which the PAPs use, as well as
data on their system
             of economic production.
       e)    The relationship of tribal to other local groups. Baseline
studies should capture
             the full range production and marketing activities in which
the PAPs in general
             and more specifically if tribal are affected.



6.3 Rehabilitation Action Plan

             The census, which serves to provide baseline socio-economic
information about
             the affected persons, will be completed before initiation of
the finalization of the
             RAP.
             A comprehensive plan for resettlement will be drawn up in
advance by the
             project authorities based on socio-economic surveys.
The entire plan for
             resettlement should be prepared by the project authorities
in consultation with all
             stakeholders including local representatives, NGOsICBOs and
representatives of
             PAPs.
             The RAP should be brought to the notice of the displaced and
affected persons
             with the help of the local NGOs, the representatives of PAPs
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             communitiesso that they are able to make their suggestions.



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        d)     The completed RAP will include census of affected people,
their entitlements to
               restore losses, budget, institutional mechanisms and
schedule of tasks, assessment
               of the feasibility of income restoration mechanism and
avenues for grievance
               redress and participatory monitoringof results.



7       ACQUISITION OF LAND AND OTHER IMMOVABLE PROPERTIES

7.1     Land surveys for payment of compensation shall be done on the
basis of updated
        official records and ground facts. The land records shall be
updated relating to
        titlelclassificationlcurrent use of land expeditiously for
ensuring adequate cost
        compensation. For determining classification/current land use,
official records as they
        are on the cut off date shall be taken into account.

7.2 If the residual land is less than the MEH(incase of agriculture land)
and if remaining
        structure is unlivable, owner of such landlproperty shall have
the right to seek
        acquisitionof his entire contiguous holdinglproperty.

7.3     'The compensation amount for the land and properties to be
acquired shall be paid
         according to the provisions of the LA Act. While determining the
replacement value for
        the land project authority will take recourse to three methods as
described below:


        a)      Taking into consideration 20 times of the annual value of
gross production of the
                concerned land, averaged over preceding five years.
        b)      Taking into account such prescribed rates or the average
of the actual
                transaction rates of similar lands for contemporary years
for which sale deeds are
                registered.
        c)      Fixing up market value of land equal to the minimum land
value if so prescribed
                by the State Government under Indian Stamp Act for the
purpose of registration
                of sale deeds under the Indian RegistrationAct of 1908.
7.4 The replacement value to be fixed up by the project authority shall
be the amount,
        which shall be the highest among the three amounts, arrived at by
the aforesaid three
        alternative methods. In case replacement value is higher than
compensation amount
        determined by the competent authority the difference shall be
paid in the form of
        assistance.

7.5     rhe value of houses, buildings and other immovable properties of
the PAPS including
        the PDPs shall be determined for the purpose of payment of
compensation at the
        relevant SOR without deducting the depreciation value.

7.6 Compensation for properties belonging to the community or for common
places of
        worship which are acquired for the project shall be provided to
enable construction of
        the same at the new place through the local self-governing
bodies.

7.7 Fixing up market value of homestead land will be based on an average
of any
        transactionthat may have taken place over the preceding three
years or the value will
        be fixed as per the value of irrigated land in case of rural
areas.

7.8 Compensation for trees will be based on their market value in case of
timber bearing
        trees and replacement cost in case of fruit bearing trees as per
the rates decided by
        the competent authority in consultation with Department of
Agriculture, Forest,
        Yorticulture, Sericulture etc. as the case may be.


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7.9    Compensation shall be paid and efforts will be made to complete
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       PAPsIPDPs before taking possession of the landlproperties. The
PDPs and PAPS shall
       hand over the land and properties acquired to the Government free
from all
       encumbrances such as mortgage, debt etc., pertaining to the lands
and properties
       acquired. However,in case of any loans, on such acquired lands and
properties given
       to the PAP by any Govt. agency, remains unadjusted as per the
information furnished
       by the PAPs or by the loaner agency then such amounts shall be
deducted out of total
       compensation.

       Disposal of acquired moperties :

7.10 The acquired land and properties shall vest in the
departmentlorganisation paying
       compensation for such landslproperties.

7.1 1 Even after payment of compensation, PDPs and PAPs will be allowed
to salvage the
       materials from their houses, shops, etc acquired by the project
and no charges will be
       levied upon them from the government. Project authoritieswill give
a notice to people
       to salvage the material within 15 days of the issue of the notice.

7.12 Government will provide support to PDPs to carry the salvaged
materials and other
       belongingsto the alternate site.

7.12 The affected persons should either be paid the compensation for the
tree and helshe
       should be allowed to take cut the tree.



8      RESETTLEMENTAND REHABILITATION

8.1    Agricultural land for land compensation will be provided to
vulnerable person as
       defined in Section 4.

8.2 New resettlement sites with housing /shopping complexes should be
developed, if
       opted by 25 EPs for house and 15 EPs for shops. However, where
PDPs do not opt for
       such site and prefer cash, then adequate assistance towards the
cost of infrastructure
       development will be given to the PDPs.

8.3    Plots for agricultural land/houses/shops at the new resettlement
sites will be provided to
       the PDPs free of cost in the joint name of husband and wife. Cost
of registration to that
       effect would be borne by the project authority. The new
resettlement site, as far as
       possible,will be close to the original habitation.

8.4    At the new resettlement centres, basic civic amenities as listed
by Government of
       India, viz., drinking water, internal and link roads, medical
facilities, schools, electricity,
       etc. will be provided along with any other amenities which the
PDPs enjoyed at their
       abandoned lace.

8.5    People losing access to public land and other properties due to
widening and
       upgradation of the road will be assisted as per the procedures in
the entitlement
       framework.

8.6 Personal and individual attention will be paid towards assisting
affected families during
       tlieir resettlement. The focus will be on minimising the
transition period involved in
       resettlement.

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8.7 Identitycards will be issued to all PAPs in order to establish their
bonafide claim.

8.8    Rehabilitationassistance


       a)     Additional Econorr~icrehabilitation assistance shall be
provided to the vulnerable
              affected families;
       b)     Transitional allowance, shifting allowance, and rental
allowance shall be
              provided to the affected people;
       c)     Training for upgradation of skills or those related to
income generation will be
              provided as a part of rehabilitation assistance.

       The R&R      activities in respect of the tribal should be adapted
to their needs and
       environment. Customary right and land tenure system of the tribal
PDPs and PAPs
       should be protected.



9      MONITORING AND POST PROJECT EVALUATION
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       On completion of implementation of the R&R work, project
authorities shall monitor
       resettlement & rehabilitation activities and its impact on the
PAPs & the host
       population. The socio-economic survey undertaken during the
project preparation will
       provide benchmarks for comparison on the socio-economic status of
the PAPs in the
       post project period. While regular monitoring of physical and
financial aspects of the
       project will be conducted by the project authorities, annual, mid-
term and end-term
       evaluation of resettlement and rehabilitation implementation
process will be carried
       out by an external agency with the participation of the
representatives of the PAPs.
       Suggestions made in the evaluation report will be incorporated in
the RAPIrevised RAP
       to make the R&R programmes more effective



10 ORGANISATIONAL STRUCTURE
       The project will have an R & R Cell with one Resettlement and
Rehabilitation Officer
       (RRO) and a Land acquisition officer at the rank of assistant
engineer at the Project
       Implementation Unit. The RRO and the revenue officer will co-
ordinate the R & R and
       land acquisition activities with the district level committees set
up for the
       implementation of the project.

       .At district level, District Collector (DC)would be the head of
R&R Cell, supported by an
       Executive Engineer from PWD and representatives of various line
departments. The
       /DistrictLevel Committees will assess the replacement value of the
property and advice
       rhe R&R cell accordingly as well as on any other matter concerning
the social aspects
       of the resettlement.

      The responsibilities of the Cell will include implementation of the
RAP, monitoring and
       appointment of external agency for mid term and end term
evaluation.



ll COSTAND BUDGETING

      1he cost of all compensation and R 8, R works will be integral part
of the overall project
      cost, which will be borne by the Project.



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        12     GRIEVANCE REDRESS

              For Grievance Redress cell will be set up for the purpose
of the project, which will
              address the grievances related to project implementation.



        13     SCOPE FOR MAKING AMENDMENTS IN THE R & R POLICY

              The State Government may make amendments in this R&R
Policy, after annual review
              of the policy.




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   BROA3 ENTITLEMENT FRAME WORK

    A surnmary entitlement matrix for the project is provided below:


    Broad EntitlementFrame Work for Resettlement and Rehabilitation



          Impacts and assistancecriteria




               nualproduce value for three




//                            B. Corridor of Impact:Lost or diminished
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* The entitlements will exclude the affected non-vulnerable encroachers
but include non-
  vulnerable squatter.

These categories and support mechanisms are described in more detail in
the entitlement
matrix (videAnnex B). In case of any ambiguity in provisions of Annex I
and I1 the provisions of
Annex II shall govern.




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        DETAILED ENTITLEMENT MATRIX




the residual plotjs) is (are]not




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ransitional allowance calculated at




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                                         Unit of
          Category          Type of   ~ ~ t i t l ~ ~ ~ ~ t
                                                       Entitlement
Details
                              Loss

then the EP w~llhave the option

of surrendering the entire

structure to the project author~ty

and will be p a ~ dcompensation

at replacement value

                                                                     3)
Ilf the replacement cost is more

than the compensation (at

"market price" as determined by

the Competent Authority),then

the difference is to be paid by

the project in the form of

"assistance"as ex-gratia.

                                                                      4)
Transitional assistance

calculated at minimum wages in

the form of a grant to cover

maximum nine months.

                                                                     5)
Rental allowance C2 Rs. 500 per

month for 6 months.

                                                                     6)
A lumpsum shifting allowance of

Rs. l000(onetime grant).
                                                                7)
The tenants will receive the

following:


The amount of deposit or

advance payment paid by the

tenant to the landlord or the

remaining amount at the time of

expropriation, (thiswill be

deducted from the payment to

the landlord).


A sum equal to six months rental in

consideration of disruption

caused, and


Compensation for any structure

the tenant has erected on the

property. (Thiswill be deducted

from the payment to the landlord).


Absentee landlordswill receive

only the Compensation at

"replacement cost"

                                      Family   Alternate plot
Option for residentialplot at
                                               for Houses and
resettlementsite if so opted by
                                               shops
25 or more PDPs and commercial

plots if 15or more PDPs.The

vulnerable PDPs will receive the
plots at free of cost and the non

vulnerable will pay towards it.

The size of the plots will be equal

to the area lost or maximum up

to 50sq. mt. for house and 25 sq.

mt. for shop.


For those who chose self-

relocation, the PDPs will be

entitled to plots (mentioned

above) even if they do not opt

for resettlement sites or the cos1

towards the infrastructure

facilitieswill be extended as
I/
grant.

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affected due to the employer

being displaced.




minimum wage for 6 months.




income generating




                                                                       age
for 9 months.




ssiori for the Below Poverty




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in co-ordination with the

ent of Forests,wherever




acilities will be enhanced to

                                                    resources.




                                                                        n
the principles agreed upon in this

olicy framework.




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ANNEX- 3
                                                 Uttar Pradesh Public Works
Department
                                                      Government of Uttar
Pradesh
                                               ENTITLEMENT CUM PHOTO
IDENTITY CARD

Village /Town :.....................                           District:
                                                                            --
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Photograph

of PAP
Name of the EP                                                  Sch,No,---
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Ownership Category ......................


Type of Structure ---------------
Type of loss
 Unit of Entitlement                                            Location:
km
Annual lncone of HH                                             Occupation
No.of Family Members                                            Religion
Vulnerability
Vulnerability Criteria
Relocation Option
Address for Communication                                       Permanent
Address


----- ----- ---
Losses Assessed
        Type of Loss                                  Unit
Extent of Loss                              Remark


1.Agriculture
a, Land
b. Assets
Type---------

2.Non-agriculture
a. Larid
i . TH Residential
ii. TH : Commercial
iii. NTH : Residential
iv. NTH : Commercial
b. Structures
i. TH : Residential
ii. TH : Commercial
iii. NTH : Residential
iv. NTH : Commercial
3. Livelihood:
4. Trees :
    Types :

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5 Crops :
 Types :
6. Business (kiosks)
7. Others :



Entitlements


A) Compensation for the loss of Unit   Rate



1. Land


a. Agriculture


b. Residential


c. Commercial


2. Structures


a. Residential


b. Commercial


3.Assets


4. Trees


5. Crops


6. Others
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-
          Assistance

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          1.MarketlReplacement
9"-
          Valile Difference

P.        a. Land   _.




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          b. Structure - residential
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m         c. Structure - commercial


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          d. Assets

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          2. Transitional Allowance
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-
          3 Shifting Assistance
    -
          4. Rental Allowance
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        5. Training Assistance


        6. Economical

          Rehabilitation Grant


        7. Govt. Scheme for

          Vulnerable Group




          Total (in Rs.)




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Payment                  Date                  Cheque No
Amount              Signature


1 . First lnstallment


2. Second lnstallment


3. Third lnstallment

Signature



NGO Representative           R&R Coordinator
Project Affected Person




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  SL     Khata                    Total        Affected                   Type of
Name as per Revenue Father's IHusband's
Occup-   No of
                  'lotNo'
Vull NV. Caste Name of Family Member Relat~on Age    Sex
  NO.     No                  Area(Ha.)       Area(Ha.)                   Land
Record               Name
ation    PAFs


LIST OF PLOT NUMBERSGETTING AFFECTED -VILLAGE CHAHLARl

   1      80         353              0 3440                0 0260     AG
Nageshwar            Badr~                          2          3     Nageshwar
1     35       1             1          1

                                                                -

D~nesh                   2       14             1               12


Champa                   4       10             2               12

   2      80         353                                               AG
Ramsharan            Badr~                          2           3    Ramsharan
1     30        1            1          1


Ramadev~                 5       27             2               10


2        7      1


Surkh~                   4       4              2


Guddi                    4       1              2

   3      58         355              0 4580                0 2080     AG
Chandr~ka            Ba~zu                          2          3     Chandr~ka
1     42        1            1          2


Ramkuman                 5       38             2               10
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SL.   Khata                       Total            Affected      Type of    Name
as per Revenue   Father's IHusband's
Occup- NO.of
                'lotNo'
Vull NV Caste Nameof Family Member Relat~on Age Sex
NO.    No                    Area(Ha.)     Area(Ha.)             Land       Record
Name
atlon PAFs


8       160        533         0 5590                  0 4800              1
Bharat              Mohan                          1       3    Bharat
1      65   1    1    4


Suman Dev~               5    60     2        10


Ma~ku                    2    30     1        1


Rarndular~               6    28     2        10


Channu Lal               2    25     1        2


Kamlesha                 6    20     2        10


Munsh~Lal                2    20     1        2

9       1          535            0 4010               0 2720               1 Ma~ku
MoharramAll              1    3       Ma~ku                         1      40   1
2    1


Mashana                  5    38     2        10


Mohd Ahmad               2    12     1        12


Reshrna                  4    14     2        12


Saz~da                   4    10     2        12


Shama                    4     8     2        12


Mashrum                  4     5     2
10        1          535                                               1
Fat~ma                Noor Mohd                  1       3    Fat~ma
l 45           2   10   2


Ayasa                     4       20    2   10


Sabb~rHusen               2        16   1   12

11      1           540            0 3040            0 3040            1
Rarnkaran            Ma~ku

12      1            540
Somwat~               Ramkaran

         349        541            0 3200            0 3060            2




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SL.    Khata                    Total       Affected                    Type Of
Nameas per Revenue Father's I Husband's
Occup-    No. of
                 'lotNo'
Vul, NV. Caste Name of Family Member Relation Age Sex
NO       No.
atlon    PAFs
                             Area(Ha.)     Area(Ha.)                    Land
Record              Name


5
13        220          547        08740                   02340                    1 Ram
Awadh             Kuber Das                       1        1   Ram Awadh
1        65     1      1


Ram Sakh~                     5     60        2       10


Keshaw                        2    40         1       1


Rajkumari                     6    38     2           10


Govind                        2    35         1            1


Sunena                        6    32     2           10


Santra]                       2    30         1       6


Gita Devi                     6    28         2       10


Madan                         2    27         1           1


Mani Devi                     6    25         2       10


2
14       153          548          0 2100                 0 1370                   1
Vishunath            Bachhu                           1            1   V~shunath
1      50    1         1
Barshat~                      5   47   2       10


Umesh                         2   18   1        1


Rajesh                        2   15   1       12


Kamlesh                       2   12   1       12


1
15         153          548                                         1 Han
Lal                Bachhu                  1        1   Han La1
1        45      l        1


Jamun~Dev~                    5   42   2       10


Mannu                         2   10   1       12


Pradeep                       2   8    1       12


Munish                        2   6    1       12


Shivdutt                      2   4    1




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SL Khata           Total     Affected Type of Name as per Revenue
Father's IHusband's
Occup- NO of
         Plot No.
Vull NV. Caste Name of Family Member Relat~on Age Sex
NO No.            Area(Ha.) Area(Ha.) Land     Record                         Name
atlon PAFs


19 213         560    21140        07400                 l Rarnlal~           Fakue
1          1    Rajball                        1    52     1     1


Sav~tr~                        5    50     2       10


Prern Prakesh                  2    26      1       1


K~shna                         6    24     2       10


Chandrlka                      2    22      1       1


Balkesh~ya                     6     20        2   10


Sh~vkurnar                     2    18      1       1


lndal                          2    15      1       1


Vljay Kurnar                   2     7      1       12


Gudd~                          4    12      2       12

20 213         560                                       1 Jawahar Lal
Ramklshun                  1        1      Jawahar Lal                   1   38      1
1    1


Janaka                         5    36      2       10


Poonarn                        4    13      2       12


RajuLal                        2     11     1       12


Rajkumar                       2     9      1       12
V~nod               2      7      1       12


Brljesh             2      5     1


Khush~Dev~          4      1     2

21 213       560                               1 Batash1Dev~
Ramkishun          1       1    Batash1Dev~                    1   56    2
10     1

22 213       560                               1 Rarnesh
Ramk~shun          1       1    Rarnesh                        1    17   1
1    1

23 213       560                               1 Jokhu
Ramk~shun          1       1    Jokhu                          1   36    1
1      1


Sr~rnatl            5      34    2      10


Rarnjeet            2      8     1      12


Guddl               4      6     2      12

24 213       560                               1 Kapll Dev
Ramk~shun          1       1    Kap~lDev                       1    34   1
1      1


Rarnawat~           5      32    2      10


Sonu                2      10    1      12


Sun~ta                 4   8      2       12
SL.   Khata                         Total           Affected         Type of         Name
as per Revenue     Father's IHusband's
Occup- No. of
                P,ot No
Vull NV. Caste Nameof Famlly Member Relatlon Age Sex
NO.    No                    AreafHa.)     Area(Ha.)                 Land
Record                Name
atton PAFs


29       244         561                                                         1
Dhanl                  Ramball                      1        3       Dhanl
1        45    1    1


PrabhawatlDevl             5     40   2        10        2


Hansraj                    2     18       1     2


Daroga                     2     15       1    12

30     113           583          0 1740             0 1490                      l
Parmanand              Vishram                      1       1        Parmanand
1      61      1    1     2

                     587          1 5050             09000                       l
Dlnesh                     2     37    1        1


Usha                       6     35       2    10


Madan                      7     8        1    12

31     113           583                                                         1
Ramanand               Vlshram                       1           1   Ramanand
1      50      1    1      3

                     587
Kesh~yaDevl                5     47       2     10


Awadesh                    2     26       1     1


Radha                      6     24       2     10


Sudharl                    7     3         2


Kamlesh                    2     22       1     1
Ak~lesh                   2      15       1       1


Rajesh                    2      10       1       12

32     325           581          07570                02290                    1
Hanshchand             Mangru                          1       3   Harlschand
1      60      1     1     3


Tara Devl                 5      56       2       10


Ram Shankar                2     26       1       2


Kalawat~                  6      24       2       10


Ram Prakesh               2      22       1       2


Sharwan                    2     16       1       12


Knpa Ram                  2      13       1       12


Manoj                     2      8        1       12

33       112          588         0 1740               0 1360                   l Motl
Chand              Babu Nand                  1           1 MotlChand
1        42    1      1      1


Lalt~                     5      38       2       10


Sunlta                    4      15       2       10


Nllu                      4      12       2       12


Karma                     4       7       2       12

34       96          595          02470                02470                    l
Ramawatl               Nltya Nand                      1       1   Ramawatl
1      40      2    10     2


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Ranjlta                4      18    2


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Occup- No of
                                       Total        Affected                Type of
Name as Per Revenue Father's I Husband's
Relation          Sex
                           'lot
vul, NV, Caste Name of Family Member            Age                            ation
PAFs
         NO.   NO.                   A r e a ( a . Area(Ra.)               Land
Record                Name


LIST OF PLOT NUMBERS GETTINGAFFECTED -VILLAGE HUSENPUR KHAN1


1       55            1         1     4
             1       57          182          08490           06600
Maksudan                  Raghuvlr Das                    1   1   Maksudan


Sushtla                        5     52               2       10


Raju                           2     30               1           2


Br~jesh~Dev~                   6     28               2           10


Archna                          7     3               2


Sanjay                         2     25               1           2


Rav~                           2     18               1           1


Sujlt                          2      13              1           12


1       52            1         1     4
           2      57         182
Janardan               Raghuvlr Das                       1   1        Janardan


Ramrat~                     5       50                2           10


J~tendraKumar               2       28                1           2


N~rmalaDev~                 6       25                2           10


Awkash                      7         1                1


Dharmendra                  2       22                 1          1


Hema                         6       20                   2       10


Amrendra                    2       18                 1          1


1           Ramawat~                      1       40                  2      10      2
           3      57          182
Ramawat~               N~tyaNand                              1


Ranj~ta                     4       18                 2


LIST OF PLOT NUMBERSGETTINGAFFECTED -VILLAGE GOLOK KONDAR

         1      2732         6222             05020               00010
1 Raja Husen            Sahadat                                   5   Absenteeland
Lardsentee


           2    2732         6222
l Ramjan                Sahadat                                   5

           3    2732         6222
1 Ashlk                 Sahadat                                   5

           4    2732         6222
l lshrar                Sahadat                                   5

           5    2732         6222
1 Abrar                 Sahadat                                   5
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         Khata                      Total        Affected                 Type of
Name as per Revenue Father's IHusband's
Occup- No. of
                   Plot No.
Vull NV Caste Name of Famlly Member Relation Age    Sex
  NO.     No.                   Area(Ha.)      Area(Ha )               Land
Record               Name
ation   PAFs

   6         2732     6222                                                          1
lzhar                Sahadat                                  5


Absentee

         3300         6223          0 3720                   00480                  2
Govt Land



         3312         6226              0 0450               00450                  2
Govt Land



         3302         6227              0 3970               00397                  2
Govt Land



         3324         6228              0 3390               00640                  2
Govt Land



         3325         6229              0 2020               0 MOO                  2
Govt Land



   7     398          6230              0 9470               00670                      1
Chandra Sekhar       Shlv Charan

   8     777          6231              04250                0 0050                 1
Mohd Jtnna           N w r Mohd                      2        5    Mohd J~nnna
1      60    1        1         3
Sarfin N~sha            5      55    2           10


Ashraf All              2      23    1           1


Noorzaha                6      25    2           10


Sono                    2      19    I           1

   9     777         6231                                              1
Nasrudeen           Noor Mohd                2        5   Nasruddeen
1      65    1       1        5


Hads~n                  5      60    2           10


Mohd Zuber              2      40    1           6


Noorjahan               6      35    2           10


Mohd R~zwan                2    30       1        6


Guddl                  6       25    2       10


lrfan                  2       25    1           1


Sar~qun                6       20    2       10


lrsad                  2       18    1           1




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ik. I        I            I    Total        Affected    Type Of    Name as
per Revenue Father's I
Occup- NO.of

Vull NV. Caste Name of Family Member Relation Age Sex
                'Iot        Area(Ha.)      Area(Ha.)    Land       Record
Name
ation PAFs


                                             0 0320               1 Bacchu
Lal           Ganga Ram


                                             0 2890

                                             0 0570               2 Govt
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Occup-  NO.of
         Khata                                      Total             ~ffected Type of                  Name as
per Revenue                    I

Name of Family Member Relation         Sex
                 Plot No.
vul, NV. caste                                Age                                               ation     PAFs
  NO.     No.                Area(Ha.)     Area(Ha.)                                     Land           Record
Name


3    Malt1                                      5            28        2            10
  18     2639               6265M                                                                       Malt1
Benchu                         1
                                                                                         --

l           Benchu                                  1                           I
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1

1 3 0 )          1


Ballram                                 2           10            1        12


Kallu                                   2            3            1


2

3   Sumeswar                                    1      65              1      1
  19     2844                 6265M              1 2140                 0 1280                     lSumeswar
Chandrpati                      2


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5           62         2           10
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  20     2844        6265M                                                            lSumatlya
Semeswar               2


Lal Mohan                    2       40             1           2



Sumar~ya                     6       38             2           10


Pahalwan                     2       12             1           12
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Sukh~ya                      7        6             2
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Ramanand                     1     50               1             1         3
  21     2763        6265M       I0110                          0 4570                1 Rama
Nand              Tufan~                   2            3


Basant                       2       25             1            1


Mun~ya                       6       20             2           10


Naresh                       2       22             1               1


ltwan                        6       20             2           10


Dharampal                    2        20            1            1


Man Slngh                    2        15            1            12



3    Vimla Dev~                  1             45           2           1
   22    2764            6265M        1 0110                0 0390    1
V~mlaDev~                  Radhya Shyam             1


3   Raju                              1        12       1        12
   23     2764           6265M                                        1 Raju
Radhya Shyam                l


3   Rajesh                            1        10       l 12
   24      2764          6265M                                        1 Rajesh
Radhya Shyam                1


   25         1446       6265M            1 6190            0 1670    lMulayam
Gaffur




1        65          1       1        1
   26         2468       6265M         0 6070               0 1330    1 lshhaq
Unat~                       2     5    lshhaq




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  SL.    Khata                     Total                Affected      Type of
Nameas per Revenue    Father's I Husband's
Occup- NO.of
                  'lot
Vull NV Caste Name of Famlly Member Relat~on Age Sex
  NO     No.                  Area(Ha )     Area(Ha.1                 Land
Record              Name
at~on PAFs


   27     2469       6265M                                                      1 Na~ko
lshhaq                    2       5        Na~ko                          5     60   2
10


lsrayal                     2      15      1       12


Nash~m                      2      12      1       12


Wash~m                        2       4     1


Laltun                      4         9    2


Shakrun                     4         7    2


  28     2762       6265M             1 0110                0 0560              1
Ramadhar             Khaderu                            2      3     Ramadhar
1     65   1      1    1


   29    2762        6265M                                                      1 Mulk~
Ramadhar                  2       3        Mulkl                         5      60   2
10


  30    29461332    6265M             1 6110                 0 5160             1 Ram
Pratap           Basudev                           1        3    Ram Pratap
1      45   1     1    1


Ketk~                       5         42    2      10


Jokhan                      2      18      1       12
J~tendra                    2       15   1      12


Chandan                     2       8    1      12

                                                                                    LIST
OF PLOT NUMBERSGETTINGAFFECTED -VILLAGE SlSlYA CHURAhllANl

   l 589               38           0 4800                0 0400
lBanvar~               Nand Lal                          2       3    .Banwan
1     80     1     1   3


Dulesan                  5      75       2      10


-

Ramnarayan               2      45       1      1


Ramawat~                 6      42       2      10


Prabhu                   2        42     1      1


Rajpat~ya                6        40     2      10


   2         271       35           0 1360                0 1050                lJamuna
B~llal                   2      3      Jamuna                           1       60 1
1      1


             901       1312         2 1850                0 2210

             271       15           0 8760                0 1000

   3     1567           34          0 1420                0 1220                1
Ramayan                B~llal                        2        3      Ramayan
1      50 1        1     2


             952       15          0 6980                 0 1000
Malt1                    5        48 2          10


                       28              0 3010             0 0580
Har~ndar                 2        25     1      6
Manju                  6      23   2    10


Dharmendar             2      14   1    12




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Occup-         NO.of
       SL.   Khata                   Total                           ~ffected Type of
Name as per Revenue Father's Husband's
Sex
                       'lotNo
vullNV Caste Name of Family Member Relation Age                                          atlon
PAFs
       NO     No.                  Area(Ha.)                         Area(Ha.)         Land
Record               Name


70               1         1                   3
             4       183        33              11410                    03360                   l
Godhan                     lndrasan                       2          3      Godhan
1


Kalawat~                                                                  10

5        . 6 5 . 2 .


D~nesh                         2          35          1                        1


Suman                          6          30          2                   10


Harnarayan                     2          25          1                       1


Ramkuman                       6          22          2                       10


1            40        1              1                   1
             5       450        29             06020                      00220                  1
Prabhu                     Banwar~                         2         3      Prabhu


Rajpata                        5          38          2                       10

----                                                           - -
1      45       1              l               1
       6      588        18              1 3080                   02610         1
Br~jbhan            Shahatt                        2      3         Brljbhan


Fatanlya                 5          42        2                     10


1        80     1            1                    2
         7    934         17             0 3550                   03550         1
Slrpat              Raghunandan                    2       3        Slrpat

L

Arjun                    2          45       2                     10


3
                                                                                1
Ram Achal
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1      78       1               1
        8     934            17
Raghunandan          1         3     Ram Achal


Shyama Devl              5          68       2                      10


Nakul                    2          35       1                      2


Panjab1                  2          30       1                      2


1      65       1           1                     3
        9     934        17                                                     1
Shyam Lal           Raghunandan                    1          3     Shyam Lal


Fatranglya               5          60       2                      10


Rajk~shor                2          30       1                      2


Jay Prakesh              2          24        1                     2


1     40       2           10                     1
       10     934        17                                                     1
Dhanpatlya          Mukh Lal                          1    3       Dhanpat~ya
-
Badkanne                     2            16       1               1


Chotkanne                 2               14       1               1


Vlkkl                        2            12           1           1


1       42       1                    1                1
         11    934               17
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                                               05120            00810
1 Shyam Narayan         Lachlman                           2   3   Shyam Narayan


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                  'lot
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  NO      No                   Area(Ha.)     AreaIHa.)                         Land
Record               Name
atlon    PAFs


  12     934                 17                                                           1 Mohan
Lach~rnan                      2            3       Mohan                         1       35
1       1            1


Maharaj~                       5        30          2        10


V~jayKumar                     2        12           1       12


Sanjay                         2            8        1

  13           182            15            02650                 00400                   1
Shubash                      Gama                            2         3       Shubash
1    32         1            1         1


Shoor Sat1                     5        30           2       10


Surendra                       2        10           1       12


Lakshman                       2            5        1        12

  14           70             15            02890                 00400                   1
Ugrsen                       Chandar                         2         3       Ugrsen
1    40         1        2             2


              1230            9           0 3000               00400
Sush~la                        5        38     2             10
Bablu                      2   20           1            1


Guddu                  2       16          1          I

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Pratap               Chandar                         2       3         Pratap
1    45      1       1       2

         1230         9
Parbhat~ya                 5   40          2         10


Anganya                    4   20          2         10


An~ta                      4   10          2

  16       70         15                                                         1
Jayprakesh           Chandar                         2           3      Jayprakesh
1    25      1       1       1

           1230       9
Pramina                    5   22          2         10


Rambha                     4       4       2


Suman                      4       2       2

  17        767       15           0 1340                00400                    1 Om
Prakash           Manhg~                         2         3         Om Prakash
1    40      1       1         1


Mat~ran~a                  5       35      2         10


Rajvat1                    4       15      2


Fulvas~a                   4       12      2


Pa~f3S.h                   2       8        1        12

  18        767      15                                                           1
Muneshr~            Manhg~                               1       3     Muneshn
1     75     2     1 1         1

  19        572       15                1 2650           0 l000                   1
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Occup-    No. of
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NO.     No.                  Area(Ha.)      Area(Ha.)           Land
Record                Name
at~on    PAFs


20     572           15
Avadhesh              Budhram

21     449           15             06050            0 1000               1
Putan                Patvar~                     2       4     Putan
1     27       1     1          1


Mamta Dev~                 5        24      2    10

22     385           15             0 8210           0 1000               1
Nannhe               Ram Adhar

23     401           15             1 2650            0 1000              1
N~ranjanslo          B~swanath

24     753           15             1 0120           0 1000               1
Moolchandslo         S~taram

25     935           15             1 2650           0 1000               l
Ramakant             Naubat                      2       3     Ramakant
1     60       1     1          4


Fulvas~ya                  5        58       2   10


D~nanath                   2        30       1   1


Har~dwar                   2        27       1   2


Nandm                      2        24       1    1
26     935           15                                                   1 Fool
Chand           S~taram                     1      3       Fool Chand
1     45      1      1         1


Kam~n~                     5       42      2       10


Sangeeta                   4       15      2       10


Neelam                     4       12      2       12


Rajendra                   2       10      1       12

27     1044         15             06980               0 1000             1
Shambhoo            Gopl                           1       3    Shambhm
1     45      1     1          2

       1607          9              0 1130          00400
V~dhyavat~                 5       40     2        10


Ja~ram                     2       20      1       1


Avadhesh                   2       14      1       12


Sarvan                     2       10      1       12

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28     1149         15             05200               00800              l
Suresh              Ramavadh

29     1171         15             0 5810              00800              1
Har~nath            Rajball                        2        3   Hannath
1     50      1     1          2

                    13              1 8210          1 1620
Radh~ka                    5       42     2        10

                    12             24280            24280
Raju                       2       22    1         12


Sanjeev                    2        13         1   12
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NO.    No.                   Area(Ha )     Area(Ha.)        Land      Record
Name
ation PAFs


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Sobha                               4           5                2


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   56    1419                 7                 0 4000                   0 0400                          1
Budhram                      Manohar                                 2         3          Budhram


Munn~Dev~                           5           40           2               10


Rakesh                              2           8                1           12


10    35                 1      1       1
   57    1445                 7        0 3000                            0 0400                          l
Bhagawtl                     Rarnawtar                               1        3           Bhagawt~
Rajendar                        2   10          1    12



Umesh                           2   6           1


1       50          2       10       3
   58        1471       7           0 4000          0 0400               lMunnl
Bacchu                      1       3   Munn~


Lala Ram                        2   30          1      1


Asha Dew                        6   27          2      10



Belash                          2   27          1      1




1     30            1       1         1
   59    1525            7          0 4000          0 0400               l
Rameswar                Awatar                  2        3   Rameswar


Cotkan                          5   27          2     10



Amresh                          2    8          1     12




1     25            1       1        1
   60    1536             7         0 4000          0 0400               l
Ramdhlraj               Paltan                  2        3   Ramdhlraj


Phooljhara                      5   20          2      10
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  NO      No                  Area(Ha.)     Area(Ha.)    Land
Record               Name
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  61     1625           7         0 4000               0 0400                      1
Sapwan                 Narayan                     1        3       Saywan
1      45        1       1        2


Rampyar~                   5       42          2       10


Sat~sh                     2      25           1        1


D~nesh                     2      13           1       12




  62     1626           7         0 4000               0 0400                      1
Sahaj Ram              Gaya Prasad                 2        3       Sahaj Ram
1      25        1       1       1


Phoolmatl                  5      23           2       10


Suman                      4      3            2


Rakesh                     2      1            1




  63     1627            7         0 4000              0 0400
lJanakLal                Khelawan                       1     3         Janak Lal
1      35        1        1       1
Dharm~                  5       32       2       10


Pramod                  3       13       1       12




  64     1627          7                                               1
MadanChand           Khelawan                1        3   MadanChand
1      18       1       1       1




  65     1664         7         0 8090        0 0400
lHarlshankar          Bhulan



  66     1266          7        0 4000         0 0400                  1
Kamlesh              Jagdlsh                  2      3    Kamlesh
1      35       1       1       1


Ram Rant                5       32       2       10


Raju                    2       10       1       12


G~ta                    4       5        2




   67    1539          7        0 4000        0 0400                   1
Ramsuhawan           Dhan Lal                2      4     Ramsuhawan
1      38        1      1       1


Shush~laDev~            5       35       2       10


Sarvesh                 2       15       1       12


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  NO.    No                   Area(Ha.)     Area(Ha.)                Land
Record               Name
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Jaggarnath             Babad~n                        2        3     Jaggarnath
1     50     1          1            1


Shr~Dev~                  5          54       2           10


Lavlesh                   2          8        1           12


Dhyanchand                2          5        1           12




  77     1328          9         0 3000                   0 0400
1Ja~bahadur              Rambnch                          2      3     Ja~bahadur
1     35     1         1          1


Shantl                    5          32       2           10


Kamlesh                   2          6        1           12


B~ndu                     4          3        2




  78     1329          9             0 3000               0 0400
lJogendra               Suresh
  79     1379        9        0 4000                0 0400                 1
Nakul               Rambachan                   2        3     Nakul
1     35     1       2         1


Subhag1                 5      32       2           10




  80     1432          9       0 3000               0 0400
lB~rbahadur            Rambnch                      2      3     Brrbahadur
1     30     l       1          1


Samjharrya              5      27       2           10


Shahab                  2      3         1




  81      1566         9       0 3000               0 0400                 1
Ramesh              Banwan                      2         3    Ramesh
1      35      1     1         1


Smt Ramesh              5      33       2           10


R~na                     4      15          2       12




  82     1569         9        0 3000             0 0400                   1
Rajklshor           Shyamlal                     2      3      Rajk~shor
1      30     1       1        1


Pram~la                 5      28        2          10


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NO.     No.                   Area(Ha.)    Area(Ha.)              Land       Record
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Suresh                        Patlrakhan         2           4   Suresh
1      36             1       9             1


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Nandk~sore                    Baur



 2      1108                  15        02950        0 0800                 1
Samayadeen                    Chedan
 3       971          15    03240      00800         1 Radha
Knshn           Ramsewan


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 5       182         15     02650      0 0800        1 Gama
Raju



 6       70          15      0 2890    0 1000        l
Ugrsen               Chandar



 7      737          15     0 1340     00800         1 Om
Prakash           Mahangl



 8       572         15       1 2650   0 1600        1
Rakesh               Budhlram



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       NO     No.                Area(Ha.1                             Area(Ha.)      Land
Record               Name
ation   PAFs


       25          971            21           0 8170                    04050                        1
Radha Krishn                   Ramsewak



       26              1043        22               06060                0 3110                           1
Musmat Radha                   Shivnath



           27      379             23               04290                02180                         1
T~rath                         Nankau                            2      4    Tirath
1           25             1        1          1


Rekha Devi                             5       23            2          10


Raju                                   2       6             1          12


Rakesh                                 2       3             1

       28          1087            24               02840                0 1570                        1
Sumiran                        Rambali




       29              40          26               2 3010               09080                         1
Krrshna Devi                   Sardar Singh
         30    255        95           0 7230        03640              1
Jumman                MuradAll



       31      147        93        2 1650           08800              l
Gajendra              V~jayaBahadur


Satyawan              Vijaya Bahadur


Koushlendra           Gajendra


Ashwani               Satyawan



       32      1083       92           0 1760         00400             1
Ram Murat             Sukai                      2   3    Ram Murat
1       40        1         1      1




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Shiv Poojan           Ramfal                     2   3    Shiv Poojan
1       35        1           1       1


MunnlDevi                 5       30            2    10


Ranjeet                   2       10            1    12


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Birbal                Ramfal                     2   3    Birbal
1         32      1          1    1


Saroj Kumari              5       30            2    10
Gudiya                     4      8         2       12

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Amrika               Ramfal                   2    3     Amnka
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Name as per Revenue         Father's IHusband's
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Occup-       No of
  NO          Khata
               No.
Caste
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Vull NV                            Name of Farnlly Member Relation                    Sex
                                                        Area(Ha.)              Land
Record                      Name
Age                atlon    PAFs

  54      747                 58              1 0520          0 2830                      l
Omprakash                   Mahangl




Muneshwar~                  Mahangl



  55      407                 59              0 1630          0 1630                         1
Asharfi Lal                 Thakur



  56       23                56               04080           04080                      1
Ashrfi Lal                  Thakur                        1        3
Ashrfi Lal                      1        70           1       1            1


Kalawat~                           5     65           2   10



  57          70             51               02600           0 0910                     1
Ugrasen                     Chandra


Pratap                      Chandra


Ja~prakash                  Chandra
  58       385          52           04120                0 0850       1
Nanhe                  Ramadhar

  59      978           53         02840                  00700        1
Ravlndra Nath          Lad11Prasad


Surendra Nath          Lad11Prasad


Narendra Kumar        Lad11Prasad


Jagpata                Lad11Prasad



  60      1087          54           07920                00930        1
Sumtran                Ramball                        1        4
Sumlran                    1        80        1           1        1



  61       379          61           06990              0 0650         1
Sadhana                Nankau                         1      4
Sadhana                    1        50        2        10          1


LIST OF PLOT NUMBERSGETTINGAFFECTED      - VILLAGEBAHARPUR

   1      56            79           00400                0 0200       1
Vljay Kumar            Ramlakhan                      2        4        Vljay
Kumar                1      30       1            1          1

                       80            0 0200            0 0200
Saroj                        5      27     2          10

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Krlshn Gopal                 2       8     1          12
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Vull NV. Caste Name of Famlly Member                         Sex
                                   Area(Ha )              Area(Ha.)    Land
Relatlon

Record                   Name
Age

ation      PAFs

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Santosh Kurnar               2     30       1     1

              298            224        06000             0 0970
Phoolmatl                    6     27   2        10


Anuj Kumar                   2     28       1     1


Lllawat~                     6     25   2        10


Rajkumar                     2     23       1    12


G~taDevl                     6     20   2        10



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Rarndhlraj               Gomtl                    1          4     Ramdhlraj
1     44      1        1       2

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Manju Dev~                   5     42   2        10


Shlv Kumar                   2     20       1     1
Shlv Sankar              2       15       1    12



      8       67          74          05850             00080                l
Rarnj~yawan          Bhagot~



      9       52          87          0 5100            03320                l
Dwarpal              Raja Ram                       1      4     Dwarpal
1     42      1    1       1


Radha Dev~               5      30    2        10


Maya Dev~                5      35    2        10


Kuldeep                  2      7         1    12



     10       65          90        03000               0 1690               l
Ramlakhan            PrlthlpalSlngh             2          4     Ramlakhan
1     80      1    1       5

                          91          0 1620            0 1060
Bajrangl                 2      40      1       1

                          92          0 1300            0 0900
Maya                     6      38    2      10

                          93          0 1010            0 0710
Raju                     7      20      1       6

                          94          00610             00570
Plntu                    7      18      1       6


V~rendra                 2      36        1     1


Ran1                     6      34    2        10


Mayank                   7      10        l    12
     11       661          95         0 1840        0 1440             1
Ramesh                Ramnath                   1      3     Ramesh
1      38     1     1       1
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              661          96         03080         0 2600
Shyama Devl               5     35    2        10

              661          97         04160         0 1000
Sunlta                    4      13     2


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Occup- No of
                 Plot No.
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NO.    No.                  Area(Ha.)       Area(Ha.)             Land
Record               Name
atlon PAFs

         661           55        00110                  0 0110
Mangla                      4      1 1    2

       661            62         0 0180                 00180
Sanwara                     4     10    2


Deepchand                    2    8           1   12



12      661            95                                                      1
Naresh                 Ramnath                    2       3      Naresh
1      30      1     2       1

       661            96
Rajrani                      5    27       2      10

         661          97

         661          55

         661          62



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5      55      2     10     1

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Dew Prasad                   1     58         1    1

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Nanak Chand            Sundar Lal                 2       4      Nanak Chand
1      58      1     1       6

                       99        00200                  00200
Ramawat~                     5     55         2    10
                   10011       00910             00910
Panna Lal                  2     32     1   1

                   104         0 0160            00160
Padmawat~                  6     30     2   10

                   105         00570             00430
V~vekanand                 2     27     1   1

                   106         0 0570            00440
Paramhansh                 2     25     1   1

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Ba~jnathPrasad             2     23     1   1

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Yogendra Prasad            2     20     1   1

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Radha                         5          37      2        10

              277            109              00490                   00450
Putan                         4          10      2


Maya Ram                      2           8      1


Chotu                         2           5      2



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1     28          1   1          2

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Preetl                        5          26      2        10


Shyam                         1 1        75      1            1


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     17      515         114            00610                00410               1
Radhey Shyam         Mahrajdeen                 2        4      Radhey Shyam
1     30       1     1        1

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Guddi                     5        28      2        10


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1     25      1      1        1

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Ramshankar                2        13      1        12


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  NO.     No                    Area(Ha )           Area(Ha.)            Land
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Bhula~                Gajodhar                      2                3   Bhulal
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Hare Ram                     2    40        1           1


Sun~ta                       6     37      2        10


Ram Sagar                    2     32       1           1



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Radh~ka                      5     47      2            10


Raju                         2     22       1           12


Sanj~v                       2     13          1        12
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Janak La11                    5    40           2    10


Pankaj Kumar                  2    21          1     12


Bltto Dev~                    6       19        2       10


D~pak                         2    18          1     12
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                                Area(Ha.)               Area(Ha.)   Land
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Age

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Art1                        6        27    2       10



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1     40      1       1              2


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Pankaj                      2        21        1   12


Vltto Dev~                  6        19    2       10



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1      33       1     1            1


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Saglta                       4      12    2      12


Gov~nd                       2      5       1    12



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Manju                        4      2      2



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1     55    2         10            1


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2     15          1   12



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1     63      I        1        2

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Ramsajrwan                   1 1    65     2     10

             87            311           00240        00240
Amr~tLal                     2      22      1    12


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                          144
Saroj Kurnar~             5      30   2        10

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Rama Slngh                      2       9        1        12

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Rohlt                           2       4        1

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Mansha Ram                  2    30    1         2

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Narayan               Nankau                    2    3   Narayan
1     55    1         1      2

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Lahura                      5    50   2         10

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19       184        871                                                  Sita
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Bhalau                     2    25   1        1


Nanke                      2    22   1        1



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1     45   1    1    4


Pyar~Dev~                  5    40   2       10


Arnrish                    2    20   1        1


Kumar                      2    18   1        1
Deenanath                 2    14   1     1



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1    2


fool mat^                 5    38   2   10


Jokhan                    2    18   1     1


Mohan                     2    15   1     1


Pankaj                    2    12   1     1




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Amresh                       2       20    1      12


Arunesh                      2       17    1      12


Bnjesh                       2       15    1      12




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37     304           896         0 4820                0 2820              1 Balram
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38       304          896                                                       Shaman
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Somnath                  2       9     1     12


Rolt                     4       7       2   12




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TAHSIL BISWA,DIST.- SITAPUR

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                                       Total Area           Area

% of land
                                                     Acquired Name of
Project Affected Title Holders                   affected
                                                       (Ha.)

                                                             0.0260 Nageshar,
RamSaran slo Badri                                  7.56

                                                             0.2080 Chandrika
slo Baiju                                           45.41

                                                             0.0020 Varis slo
Peer Bax                                             5.00

                                                             0.4930 Jogi,
Ramswarup                                                  49.30

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S/o Mohan                                    1       85.87
                                                                      Maiku
Slo MoharramAli , Shahnaz Wlo Maiku,
                                                             0'2720
67.83
                                                                           Fatima
Wlo Sami


0.3040I~amkaranSlo Maiku, SomwatiWlo Ramkaran                        1
100.001

                                                          0.3060 Gram
Samaj (Govt. Land)                                       95.63

                                                              0.2340 Ramawadh
Slo Kuber                                             26.77


Vishunam, Harilal,Triveni Prasad, Gulaichi Slo
                                                              0'1370
65.24
                                                                           Bacchu


Sikandar Bahadur Slo Mangru


BalbhadraSingh S/o ChhatrapalSingh


Ramlali Wlo Fakire Das, Jawahar Lal Slo Late Kripal
                                                                           ,
Jokhu, Kapildeo, Maya Prakash, Ramesh,

Ramkishun , Batasi Devi Wlo Ramkishun


Ramdulare, Pyarelal, Brijkishor, Dhani Slo Ramlali


Parmanand, Ramanand Slo Vishram


HarishchandraS/o Mangru                                        30.25


Parmanand, RamanandSlo Vishram                                 85.63
         1  19 1           1            1
 C                 112        588           0.17401 0.1360 l~otichandSlo
Babunand

        1 20    1 96      1 595         1   0.24701 0.2470
l~rimatiRamawati Wlo Nityanand                                   I       100.00l

                                                                          Lalta,
Sant Ram, Shyam Sundar, Ramkripal,
           21      268       596            0'0040 0'0040
100.00
Baburarn S/ORaksha. KailashaWlo Raksha
                             597             0.3680 0.3680 Srikesh S/o
Gopichand                                              100.00

                               598           0.5750 0.1120 Ramesh,
MaheshSlo Hira                                              19.48


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Area
                                    Khata           Oats
% of land
                    SI.No.                                                  of affected
Acquired Name of Project Affected Title Holders
                                No.            No'
affected
                                                                             Gata (Ha.)
(Ha.)

                                  VILLAEE HUSAINPURKHANI, PARAGANA KODRI,
TAHSIL- BISWA,DIST.- SITAPUR
                                                       -
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0.8490           0.6600 Maksudan,Janardan, NityanandSlo Raghubir
77.74

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                                           Total Area         Area
                                Gata
% of land
                                           of affected Acquired Name of
Project Affected Title Holders
                   No'       No'
affected
                                       Gata (Ha.)      (Ha.)
        I       VILLAEE GOLOK KONDAR, PARAGANA KODRI, TAHSIL-
BISWA,DIST.- SITAPUR
                               -                                                  -
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                                                                        Raja
Husen, Ramjan, Ashik, Izhar, Ishar, Abrar Slo
                  2732       6222          0.5020            0.0010
0.20
                                                                        Sahadat

                  3300          6223           0.3720         0.0480 Naveen
Parti                                                     12.90

                   3312         6226            0.0450       0.0450 Chakmarg
100.00

                   3302         6227            0.3970       0.0397 Banjar
10.00

                   3324         6228            0.3390        0.0640 Primary
School                                                   18.88



                   398          6230            0.9470       0.0670
Chandrsekhar Slo Shiv Saran                                      7.07

                   777       6231          0.4250            0.0050
Nashruddeen, Mohd. Jinna Slo Noor Mohammad                       1.18

                   1006   1     6232   1        0.25601      0.0320[~acchuLal
Slo Ganga Ram

                                6236                         0.2890 Privet land

                   3300         6237            0.0570      0.0570 Naveen
Parti                                                 100.00

                3 1 6 2 3 8            1        0.26701       0.1530I~aijnathSlo
Awadh Bihari
                   2796        6239            0.4740          0.2880 Gramsabha
60.76

                   2006        6240            0.5350          0.2690 LalchandSlo
Bhaggu                                            50.28

                                6241           0.3930          0.0610 LalmoharSlo
Rukkhi                                            15.52
                   4 QRR   1 6265M 1
                   m "VV
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BahadurSlo Shiv Adhar, Pushpa Devi Wlo Shiv
                   2534 6265M              0.6070              0.6020
99,18
                                                                        Adhar

                   2639 6265M
                          1            1       l.01101     0.25001~echuSlo
Ramsewak, Malti Wlo Becchu                       1   24.73
                          1            1
1
                   2844 6265M                  1.2140(         0.1280I~umesarSlo
Chandrpati, Sumatiya Wlo Sumesar                   10.54

                   2006 6265M                  1.4610          0.0750 Lal Chand
Slo Bhaggu                                           5.13

                   2763 6265M                  1,0110      0.4570 Ramanand
Slo Tufani                                           45.20

                                                                        Raju,
Rajesh (Nabalik) Slo Radhya Shyam, Vimla
                   2764 6265M                  1.0110          0.0390
3.86
                                                                        Devi
Radh

                   1446 6265M
                          1            1       1.6190   1      0.1670(~ula~arnSlo
Gaffur                                     1      70.32

                   2468 6265M                  0.6070          0.1330 lshhaq Slo
Umti, Naiki Wlo lshhaq                             21.91

                   2762 6265M                  1.0110          0.0560 Ramadhar
Slo Khaderu, Mulki Wlo Ramadhar                         5.54

                946134 6265M           1       1.61101         0.5160I~am~rat~S10
Basudev
                    TOTAL              17.9900       3.9277
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                                               Total Area       Area

% of land
            SI.No.
 i-                                            of affected Acquired Name of
Project Affected Title Holders
                        No.          No'
affected
                                               Gata (Ha.)       (Ha.)
             I                   -
-                                                 I
 S              VILLAEE SlSlYA CHURAMANI, PARAGANA MAHSI, TAHSIL-
MAHS1,DIST.- BAHRAICH

                 1        589        38           0.4800         0.0400 Banwari
Slo Nandlal                                         8.33
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                 2        271        35           0.1360       0.1050 Jamuna
Slo Bilala                                          77.21
             1   3 115671 34               1          - -
                                                  0.14201 0.1220I~ama~anSlo
Bilala
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                                                                 0.3360 Godhan
Slo lndrasan                                        29.45

                                                                0.0220
PrabhuSlo Banwari                                            3.65



                                                                 0.2610
BrijbhanSlo Sahti                                            19.95


Shripat, Ramachal, Sayam Lal slo Raghunandan&
                                                                 0.3550
Badkanne, Chotkanne, Vikki S10 Mukhlal, Musmat              100.00

Dhanpatiya wlo Mukhlal

                                                                 0.0810 Shyam
Narayan, Mohan slo Mohan                             15.82
                                                            0.0400 Subhas
slo Gama                                     15.09

                                                         0.0400
Ugrasen, Pratap,Jay Prakesh Slo Chandra              13.84

                                                         0.0400
Omprakash slo Mahangi& Munesriwlo Mahangi            29.85

                                                            0.1000 Ramkesh
, Awdhesh Slo Budhram                        7.91

                                                         0.1000
PuttanSlo Patwari                                    16.53

                                                         0.1000
NanheSlo Ramadhar                                    12.18

                                                            0.1000 Jamuna
Slo Bilala                                   11.42

                                                          0.1000
NiranjanSlo Binamra Nath                               7.91

                                                          0.1000
MulchandSlo Sitaram                                    9.88

                                                          0.1000
Ramakant Slo Noubat                                    7.91

                                                            0.1000 Shambhu
Slo Gopi                                    14.33

                                                            0.1000 Ramayan
Slo Bilala                                  14.33

                                                            0.0800 Suresh
Slo Ramawadh                                 15.38

                                                         0.0800
HarinathSlo Rajbali                                  13.77

                                                          0.0800
Gyanchand Slo Bramhdeo                                 6.32

                                                            1.l   620
HarinathSlo Rajbali                                 63.81

O.??IOIRamaya".Jamuna       Slo Bilala

                                                            2.4280
HarinathSlo Rajbali
                                                             0.1000 Basant
Slo Feku

                                                             0.1000
Radheshyam Slo Chandra

                                                             0.1000
RaghupatiSlo Swaraj

                                                             0.1000 Rajaram
Slo Balli

                                                             0.1000
Ramawadh Slo Shivchit                                     7.91

                                                             0.1000 Lalu
Slo Govind                                         7.91

                                                             0.1000 Uma
Shankar Slo Satyanaray                             8.33

                                                             0.1000 Rakesh
Kumar Slo Satyanarayan                          8.33




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                                         Total Area          Area
                   Khata         Oat'
% of land
         SI.No.                          of affected Acquired Name of
Project Affected Title Holders
                  No.        No'
affected     .
                                         Gata (Ha.)          (Ha.)
             36      746          8          1.2650          0.1000 Matau Slo
Chhote                                      7.91

             37      1161         8            1.2650        0.1000 Subhash Slo
Naresh                                      7.91

             38      1152         8            1.2650        0.1000 Sundar Slo
Matri                                        7.91

          39      1005            8            1.2650       0.1000
LalbihariSlo Raghunandan                                7.91
       1 40     1 436        1    8     1      1.61901 0.10001~atirakhanSlo
Baijnath                                1      6.181

                                   8           1.6190        0.1000 MunnalalSlo
Baijnath                                    6.18

                                   8           1.6190            0.1000
RamabhilakhSlo Baijnath                                   6.18

                                   8           0.3000        0.1000 Janaklal
Slo Ramkhelawan                               33.33

                                   8           0.3000            0.1000 Ramjit Slo
Narayan                                     33.33

             45      1218         8            0.3000        0.1000 Amin Slo
Kallu                                         33.33
         .   46      1331         8            0.3000        0.1000 Jakir Slo
Kallu                                        33.33

             47      1661         8            0.3000        0.1000 Sabir Slo
Kallu                                        33.33

          48       1579           8            0.4000        0.1000 Rama
Shankar slo Kalika                                25.00

          49         1204         7          0.4000          0.0400 Annant Ram
Slo Narayan                               10.00
       1 50       1 1251 1        7     1    0.4000/         0.04001~ashiramSlo
Manohar
                              7              0.4000        0.0400 Chhote Slo
Narayan                                   10.00

                              7              0.4000        0.0400 Naresh Slo
Narayan                                   10.00
       1     53   1 14191     7      1       0.4000(       0.04001~udhramSlo
Manohar

             54 1445          7              0.3000        0.0400 BhagoutiSlo
Awatar                                   13.33

             55        1471   7              0.4000        0.0400 MunniWlo
Bacchu                                      10.00



                              7              0.4000         0.0400
RamdhirajSlo Paltan                                    10.00

                              7              0.4000        0.0400 Sajiwan Slo
Narayan                                  10.00

          59 1626             7              0.4000        0.0400 Sahajram
Slo Gaya Prasad                             10.00

          60 1627             7              0.4000        0.0400 Janaklal,
Madanchand,Pramod Slo Ramkhelawan          10.00

          61     1664         7              0.8090        0.0400
HarishankarSlo Bhullan                                 4.94
       1 62    1 12661        7      1       0.40001       0.04001~amleshSlo
Jagdish                             I     l0.00l

          63       1539       7              0.4000       0.0400 Ramsuhawan
Slo Dhanlal                               10.00

          64 1602             7              0.4000       0.0400 Shivkumar
Slo Dhanlal                                10.00

             65    1540       7              0.4000       0.0400 RamnivasSlo
Chhabile                                 10.00

             66    1339       7              0.4000       0.0400 Putti Slo
Ram Prasad                                 10.00

          67 1211             7              0.4000        0.0400 Arun Kumar
Slo lndradutta                            10.00 -
                              9              0.4000        0.0400 Anand Slo
Ram Kumar                                  10.00

                              9              0.3000        0.0400 Ugrasen Slo
Chandra                                  13.33
                                9           0.4000      0.0400 Kailash Slo
Gopi                                    10.00

                                9           0.4000       0.0400
GuruprasadSlo Babadin                                10.00

                                9           0.4000      0.0400 ChandanSlo
Rambrichh                                10.00



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                                          Oats
%of land
                                                 of affected Acquired
Nameof Project Affected Title Holders
    F              SI.No.
                                No.       No.
affected
                                                 Gata (Ha.)   (Ha.)

                     73        1319        9        0.4000     0.0400
Jaggarnath Slo Babadin                      10.00
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Ja~bahadurSlo Rambrich                      13.33

                       75      1329        9        0.3000     0.0400
Jogendra Slo Suresh                         13.33

    ,-                 76      1379        9        0 4000     0.0400
Nakul Slo Rambachan                         10.00

                     77        1432        9        0.3000     0.0400
Birbahadur Slo Rambrich                     13.33
    F'.


                       78      1566        9        0.3000     0.0400
Ramesh Slo Banwari                          13.33

                     79 1569               9        0.3000     0.0400
RajkishorSlo Shyarnlal                      13.33
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                       80      1594        9        0.4000     0.0400
Latif Slo MakhsatAli                        10 00
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                         81        1605             9        0 4000    0.0400
Radha Wlo Ravinath                                   10 00

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ShambhuSlo Gopi                                      35.40

                         83 1651                    9        0.4000    0.0400
Suresh Slo Patirakhan                                10.00
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                         84 1655                    9        0.3000    0 0400
SuryabhanSlo Sumer                                   13.33

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                                                Total Area       Area
                                       Oats
% of land
                SI.No.                         of affected Acquired Name
of Project Affected Title Holders
                           No.         No'
affected
                                                Gata (Ha.)       (Ha.)
                     34    376         90          0 1760         0 l000
Narayan Slo Nankau                                      56 82

                   35      249         89           0 1760       0 1260
Jagnnath Slo Nankau                                      71 59


Kallash ,Buddh Sagar S10 Guru Sha~,Suman W10
                   36      161        88            0 1780       0 1380
77 53

Guru Shal

                     37    960         107          0 2860       0 2860
RamjeetS10 Narayan                                     100 00


Pratap, Hareram,Ashrf~,Ramball, Milan, Shankarslo
                   38      873 10712                O 5830       O 5430
93 14

Manohar Lalta Prasad slo Sundar Lal

Gangadhar,Munna Lal, Vidaydhar S10 Gaya
                   39      155        106              4670      O 4870
19 74

Prasad, FoolaWlo Gaya Prasad

                     40    1148        108          0 7340       0 6540
Sadhu S10 Ramnath                                        89 10

                   41      1137        109          0 4650       0.1800
Sihate S10 Mahabeer                                      38 71


Bhulan, Santram, Mule, Radhye, Surj Lal slo Sarju
                   42      639        117           O 8420       O O5I0
6 06

Bhagwandeenslo Putt1
                     43    1121        118          0 3880          0 2680
Sanwal slo Daulat                                        69.07

                   44      297         122          0 8120          0 4050
T~karamslo Tlrjugl Narayan                               49 88

                   45      747        58            1 0520          0 2830 Om
Prakesh slo Mahng~& Muneshr~wlo Mahngi                26.90

                   46      407         59           0 1630          0 1630
Nankau, Ramsum~ranslo Ramball                          100.00

                   47       23         56           0 4080          0.4080
Ashrfi Lal slo Thakur                                   100 00

                   48       70        51            0 2600      0.0910
Ugrsen Pratap, Jay Prakash slo Chandar                    35 00

                     49    385         52           0 4120      0.0850
Nanhe Slo Ramadhar                                        20 63

Ravindr Nath, Surendra Nath, Narendra Kumar slo
                   50      978        53            O 2840          O 0700
24 65

Lad11Prasad & Jaa~atawlo Lad11~rasad
                   51      1087        54           0 7920      0 0930
Sum~ranslo Rambali                                        11 74

                     52    379         61           0 6990          0 0650
Nankau slo Ramball                                           9 30

t                            TOTAL                35.6680 12.0200


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                                        Total Area      Area
                 Khata      Oats
% of land
         SI.No.                         of affected Acquired Name of
Project Affected Title Holders
                  No.        No.
affected
                                       Gata (Ha.)       (Ha.)
                    VILLAEE - BAHARPUR, PARAGANA                          -
MAHSI,TAHSIL- MAHS1,DIST.- BAHRAICH

                                                                  Vljay
Kumar, Fulchand,Karuna, Deepchand Slo
           1       56         79            O 0400     O 0200
50 00

Ramlakhan, RamsajlwanS10 Bhagout~

V~jayKumar, Fulchand,Karuna, Deepchand Slo
           2       56         80           O 0200      O 0200
100.00

Ramlakhan, RamsajiwanSlo Bhagout~
                                                                  Vijay
Kumar, Fulchand,Karuna, Deepchand Slo
           3       56         81            O 0400      O 0400
100 00

Ramlakhan, RamsallwanSlo Bhagoutl

V~jayKumar, Fulchand,Karuna, Deepchand Slo
           4       56         82           O 0800      O 0760
95 00

Ramlakhan, RamsajlwanSlo Bhagout~

           5       20          83           0 3480     0 2200 Dev~Prasad,
RamdhlrajSlo Gomtl Prasad                  63.22

           6       67          74           0.5850     0.0080
RamjlawanSlo Bhagout~                                  1.37

           7       20          84           0 5350     0 4170 Dev~Prasad,
RamdhirajSlo Gomt~Prasad                   77 94

           8      52           87          0 5100      0.3320 DwarpalSlo
Rajaram                                    65.10
                                                                 Vljay
Kumar, Fulchand,Karuna,DeepchandSlo
           9       54         89           0 3880       0 0890
Ramlakhan,RamsallwanSlo Bhagoutl, Devl Prasad          22 94
                                                                 ,
RamdhlrajSlo Gomt~Prasad

           10      65         90          0 3000        0 1690
RamlakhanS~nghSlo Prrthwlpal Slngh                     56 33

           11      65         91          0 1620        0 1060
RamlakhanS~nghSlo Prithwlpal Singh                     65 43

           12      65        92           0 1300        0 0900
RamlakhanSlngh Slo Prithwipal Singh                    69 23

           13      65        93           0.1010        0 0710
RamlakhanSlngh Slo Prithwipal Singh                    70 30

           14      65        94           0 0610        0 0570
RamlakhanSingh Slo Prithw~palSingh                     93 44

           15      661       95           0 1840       0 1440 Ramesh,
Naresh Slo Ramnath                           78 26

           16      661       96           0 3080       0 2600 Ramesh,
Naresh Slo Ramnath                           84 42

           17      85        97            0 3600      0 2200 Hemwatr Wlo
Devl Prasad                               61 11

           18     661        97          0 4160        0 l000 Ramesh,
NareshSlo Ramnath                            24 04

           19      85        98          0 3700        0.1000 HemwatiWlo
Devi Prasad                               27.03

           20      25        98          0 2390        0 0940 Nanak
Chandra Slo Sundarlal                          39 33

           21      25        99          0 0200        0 0200 Nanak
Chandra Slo Sundarlal                        100 00

           22      25       10011        0 0910        0 0910 Nanak
ChandraSlo Sundarlal                         100 00

           23     277       10012        0 0080        0 0080 T~lakSlo
Shyam                                     100 00

           24     25         101         0 0240        0 0040 Nanak
Chandra Slo Sundarlal                          1667

           25     25         102         0 0570        0 0380 Nanak
Chandra Slo Sundarlal                         66.67
           26     85         103         0 4050       0 3450 Hemwatl Wlo
Devl Prasad                             85.19

          27      25         104          0 0160      0 0160 Nanak
Chandra Slo Sundarlal                          100 00

          28      25       105            0 0570      0 0430 Nanak
Chandra Slo Sundarlal                           75 44

          29      25       106            0 0570      0 0440 Nanak
Chandra Slo Sundarlal                           77 19

          30      277      108            0 0280      0 0280 T~lakSlo
Shyam                                       100 00

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          31      277      109            0 0490      0 0450 Tilak Slo
Shyam                                       91 84




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                                      Total Area        Area
                  Khata    Gata
% of land
         SI.No.                       of affected Acquired Name of
Project Affected Title Holders
                   No.       No.
affected
                                      Gata (Ha.)        (Ha.)
           32      25          110        0 1900         0 l000 Nanak
Chandra Slo Sundarlal                        5263

           33     779          111       00650              00160 Sagar Slo
Shyam                                    2462

           34     779          113       00400              00240 Sagar Slo
Shyam                                    6000

           35     515          114       00610          00410
RadheshyamSlo Maharajdin                             6721

           36     515          120        00120             00120
RadheshyamSlo Maharajd~n                            10000

           37     493          47        00920              00040 Bhulal Slo
Gajodhar                                 4 35

           38     850          49        0 1920             00960 HarinathSlo
Rajbali                                50.00

           39      34          50        0 3240             03040 BabuSlo
Koili                                      93.83

           40     679          52         02710         02510
RamlallanSlo Kanouj~Lal                              9262

           41      44          53        0 3340             0.0630Mansa Ram
Slo Lale                                 1886

           42      44          54        00810              0.0810 Mansa Ram
Slo Lale                              10000

           43      661         55        00110              0 01l0 Ramesh,
Naresh Slo Ramnath                      10000

           44      44          5611      02590              0.0420Mansa Ram
Slo Lale                                 1622

           45      70          5612      07530              0.0850Sharda
Prasad , MathuraPrasad                      1 1 29
           46     672        5613        02580       00430
RamlallanSlo Kanouj~Lal                           1667

             47    80        61          0.4900      0.0300Sudhara Slo
Ramlal                                  6 12

           48      661       62          0 0180      0 0180 Ramesh,
Naresh Slo Ramnath                      10000

             49    80        63          0 1780      0 1430 Sudhara
Slo Ramlal                                80 34

             50    34        40          02140       0 1900 BabuSlo
KOIII                                     8879

           51        7       39          0 3160      0.0400Khelawan,
Shyam, Baijnath, Rammilan                1266

           52        7       38          0 3700    0.1850Khelawan,
Shyam, Baijnath, Rammilan                 5000

             53    34        37          02140     02040 BabuSlo
Koili                                      9533

             54   383       3712        0.0450     00450 Parwindar
Dlo Billu                               100.00

             55   105        36         02570      0.0400Annu Dlo
Billu                                      1556

             56    31        35         0 1980     00600 Banwar~Slo
Nandlal                                 30 30

             57    31        34         02870      02000 Banwar~Slo
Nandlal                                 6969

             58    31        33          0 0160    0 0100 Banwari Slo
Nandlal                                6250

             59   31         32         0.2510     0.2300Banwari Slo
Nandlal                                91 63

             60    23        31         07050      02840 Dipan Slo
Nandlal                                  4028

             61    19        17          0 5670     00970 Janaklal~Wlo
Ramlal                                 17 11

             62   387        124        04020      00480 LallanEtc
Slo Faklre                               1 1 94

          63      87        223          02580      00320
GyanwatiAllas Ruparan~Wlo Ramsajiwan              12.40
          64      298        224           06000           0.0970Devr
PrasadSlo Gomti Prasad                             16 17

          65      56
Kumar Etc Slo Ramlakhan.RamsajiwanSlo
                            309            O 0240           O 0240Vijay
0000
                                                                     Bhagouti
Prasad
          66      87       31011           0 0280        00280
GyanwatiAllas RuparanlWlo Ramsajiwan                  100.00

          67      87         311           00240           00240 GyanwatiAllas
RuparaniWlo Ramsaj~wan                  10000

                     TOTAL              14.3940        6.5170


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                                   Total Area      Area
             Khata       Oats
Oh of land
    SI.No.                      of affected Acquired Name of Project
Affected Title Holders
             No.         No.
affected
                                   Gata (Ha.)      (Ha.)

                                                     GUIDE BUND BAHARPUR

        1     44         53           0 3340       0.1810 Mansha Ram S10
Lale                                    54 19


        2     44         56           0 2590       0 1010 Mansha Ram S10
Lale                                    39 00


      3       70        56            0 7530       0 2530 Sharda Prasad,
Mathura Prasad S10 Gaurl Shankar        33 60


      4      679         56           0 2580       0 1010 RamlalanS10
Kannaojl Lal                               39 15

        5    779         Ill          0.0650       0 0240 Sagar S10 Shyam
36 92

        6    515         113          0.0400       0.0160 Sagar S10 Shyam
40.00

      7      515          114         0 0610        0 0200 Radhey Shyam Slo
Maharaj Deen etc                      32 79

      8      515         115          0 0490       0 0490 Radhey Shyam Slo
Maharaj Deen etc                     10000


      9      515         116          0 0080        0 0080 Radhey Shyam Slo
Maharaj Deen etc                     10000


        10   570         117          0 0450       0 0450 Ram Dhlraj slo
Shyam                                  100 00

      11     515         118          0.0490        0.0490 Radhey Shyam Slo
Maharaj Deen etc                    100.00
      12     515     119       0.0530       0 0530 Radhey Shyam Slo
Maharaj Deen etc             10000

      13     515     120       0 0120       0 0120 Radhey Shyam Slo
Maharaj Deen etc             10000

      14     515     122      0 0650        0 0330 Radhey Shyam Slo
Maharaj Deen etc              50 77

         15   387    124      0 4020        0 0810 Lallanetc Slo
Faklre                           20 15

      16     48      16811    0 2910        0.1210 Radhey Shyam Slo
Maharaj Deen etc              41 58

         17   203    16812    0.0680        0 0240 Gurudayalslo
Ramdas                            35.29

      18     48      160       0.0570       0 0570 Radhey Shyam Slo
Maharaj Deen etc             100.00

      19     48      159       0 0790       0 0790 Radhey Shyam Slo
Maharaj Deen etc             100 00

      20      79     158      0 0070        0 0070 Sumiran slo
Rambalr                          10000

      21      79     157      0 0730        0 0730 Sumlran slo
Rambalr                          10000

      22       8     156       0 0560      0.0560 Gaurl Shankar slo
Bhagautl                     I00 00

      23       8     155       0.0560      0.0560 Gauri Shankar slo
Bhagautr                     100.00

      24       8     154       0 3020      0.3020 Gauri Shankar slo
Bhagautr                     100.00

      25       8     153      0 0810       0 0610 Sumrran slo
Ramball                            75 31

     26       45     150      0 6300       0 0080 Munna Prasadslo
Dwarlka                          127

     27       45     149      0 1940       0 0740 Munna Prasadslo
Dwarrka                        38 14

     28       45     145      0 5750      0 5350 Bhular Slo
Gajodhar                            93 04

     29       203   14611     0.0190       0.0190 Gurudayalslo
Ramdas                           100.00
                                                          Rammurat,
Ramfalslo Sukal & Karlash, Budhlsagar
     30      75       14612          0 1460      0 1060 slo
Gursahay,Sumanwlo Gursahay Bharose,               72 60
                                                          Ramnarayan,
Jagannath
                                                          Rammurat,
Ramfalslo Sukal & Karlash, Budhrsagar
     31      75        144            0 1660     0 1660 slo Gursahay,
Suman wlo Gursahay Bharose,             100 00
                                                          Ramnarayan,
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                                      Total Area           Area
                Khata         Gata
% of land
         SI.No                       of affected Acquired Name of Project
Affected Title Holders
                  No.          No.
affected
                                      Gata (Ha.)           (Ha.)

Rarnrnurat, Rarnfal slo Suka~& Ka~lash,Budhlsagar
          32       75        143          0 1500         0.1000 slo
Gursahay, Surnanwlo Gursahay Bharose,                   66 67

Rarnnarayan, Jagannath

Ramrnurat, Ramfal slo Suka~& Ka~lash,Budh~sagar
          33       75        141          0.0770         0 0390 slo
Gursahay, Sumanwlo Gursahay Bharose,                    50 65

Ramnarayan,Jagannath

Rammurat, Ramfal slo Suka~& Ka~lash,Budhlsagar
          34       75        139          0 1300         0 1300 slo
Gursahay,Surnan wlo Gursahay Bharose,                 100 00

Rarnnarayan, Jagannath

Ramrnurat, Rarnfal slo Suka~& Kailash, Budhlsagar
          35       75        140          0 0570         0 0570 slo
Gursahay, Surnanwlo Gursahay Bharose,                 100 00

Rarnnarayan,Jagannath

          36      263          138        0.1560           0.0650 Jagannath
slo Nanhkau                                     41 67

          37      363          137        0 2920           0 1460 Jagannath
slo Nanhkau                                     50.00

          38      328          170        0 2080           0 0400 Sumwan,
Sagure, Bhalauslo Nanhkau                           1923

          39         8         171        0 2510           0.2110
Gaur~Shankar slo Bhagaut~                                     84 06

          40       18        172          0 2550           0 0170
Jarnuna,Keshav, RarnayanSlo Blllal                             6 67
          41       18         173      0 4980        0 4000 Jamuna,
Keshav, RarnayanSlo B~llal                      80 32

            42    355         420      0 5140           0.5000 Parash
97.28

            43    232         427      0 3000           0 0930 Chhote
31 00

            44    366         427      0 2270           0 0700 Payare
30 84

          45      431         427      0 2290           0 0700 Buddh~Sagar
slo Guru Sahay                             30 57

            46    642         426      0 5580           0 0280 Ramesh
5.02

                                                                  Matvar,
Ramashankar,Gayan Chand, Malnejarslo
          47       43        429       0 7530           0 1620
21 51
                                                                  Bramhdev

            48    314         429      0.8000           0 1620 Dhrernendra
20 25

            49    332         429      0 5950           0 1000 Nankunne
16.81

          50      431         429      0 2400        0.0620 Buddhi
Sagar slo Guru Sahay                             25 83

            51     4          434      0 7550           0 1400 Avathar slo
Brijlal                                    18 54

          52      29          434      0 7530           0 1400 Palkarma
slo Raghuvar                                    18 59

            53    215        434       0.1600           0 0400 Champa Dev~
25.00
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            54    405        434       0 6000           0 l000 Banke Lal
16.67

            55    736        434       0 2240           0 0600 Lale
26 79

            56    763        434       0 4270           0 0800 Satrohan
18 74
          57        684       435           0 4000         0.4000 Ram Lakhan
slo Ma~kuS~ngh                                 100 00

            58      763       435           0.0730        0 0400 Satrohan
54 79

            59      38        436           0.7530        0 1000 Bhagaul~ya
13.28

           60       78        436           0 7530        0 l000 Dhan Lal slo
Gopal                                          13.28

           61       317       436           1 2650        0 1000 Sundar
7 91

           62       367       436           0 8920        0 1000 Pradurnan
1121

           63       487       436           0 1800        0 0400 Bhallar
22 22

         64         55        436          0.9020          0 1890 Radhika
Deviw/o Harinath                                       20 95


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                                         Total Area           Area
                      Khata
                        No.     Gata
% of land
           SI.No                         of affected Acqulred              Name
of Project Affected Title Holders
                                No.
affected
                                         Gata (Ha.)           (Ha.)
               65      811      437          0 5500           0 0400 Mubarak
7 27

               66      728      433           10860           0 0400 Lal
Blharl                                                 3 68

            67       298        224           0 6000         0 0400
DeviPrasadS/o Gayatri Prasad                              6.67

               68      252       2            0 4400          0 0400 Jagnnath
Slo Babadeen                                   9 09

            69         821       2            0 9000          0 0400 Santosh
Slo Devl Prasad                                 4 44

               70      196      440           0 3800          0.0400 Gopal
Slo Khelavan                                     10 53

            71         94       439           0.8400          0 0400 Amrit
Lal Slo Jaglal                                    4 76

            72         115      439           0 4000          0.0400 Anand
Slo Ram Kumar                                    10 00

            73         274      439           0 8400          0 0400 Thakur
PrasadSlo Shoan Lal                              4 76

               74     544       439           0 8500          0.0400 Munna
Slo Faklre                                        4 71


Mahadev Slo Sudrashan, Murar~Lal, Vlnod Slo
            75      556        439             2500           O 0800
6 40
                                                                       Pretap
Narayan

            76      563         439           0 5800          0 0400 Yagy
PrasadSlo Lalit Kumar                              6.90
                                                                      Hare
Ram Slo Deena Nath, RamAshish Slo
            77      867        439                12500     0 0400
3.20

Mahadev

            78        581           439           0 9000    0 0400 Santosh
Slo Dev~Prasad                                     4 44

                            TOTAL               30.5460    7.4510




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Project Affected Title Holders
                      No.                      No.
affected
                                                          Gata (Ha.)      (Ha.)

                34            200              884            1.l200      0.6020
Chandrbhall                                                            53.75
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            35        682           987                                      10860
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            37                118              989           0.7370      0.4540 Smt.
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            38                455              1017          0.6040      0.0200 MuradAli
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ANNEX 5 -

                                  Terms of References for the NGOs

                       For Implementing the Resettlement Action Plan
(RAP)

The Government of lndia has requested the assistance of the World Bank
(IBRD) for the improvement
of State Highways and Major District Roads in the State of Uttar Pradesh.

The atm of the project is to improve the performance of the State's road
transport sector. The project
will improve road conditions and capacity of the state road network along
with development of in-
house capabilities of the Public Works Department (PWD) to plan, develop
and maintain the
Uttar Pradesh road network.

The project has two basic components: Upgradation and Major Maintenance.
Based on the results of
the strategic options study conducted in 1996, the Government of Uttar
Pradesh has identified 2724
kms of high priority roads covering State Highways and Major Districts
Roads. Of this, about 1000
kms were identified for upgradation with assistance from the World Bank.
Rest of the roads falls under
major maintenance component. The current assignment i.e., construction of
bridge approaches over
river Ghaghara at Chahrali Ghat on Sitapur - Baharaich Road is part of
upgradation.

To assist UPPWD in the implementation of the RAP, UPPWD now invites the
services of eligible
NGOs to be procured under 'Quality and Cost Based Selection' (QCBS).

Objectives of the Assignment

The NGOs shall be responsible for the following, as per the RAP prepared:

     Educating the PAPs on their right to entitlements and obligations.
    To ensure that the PAPs are given their full entitlements as due to
them, as per the entitlements
    given in the RAP, as may be modified by UPPWD from time to time.
    To provide support and information to PAPs for income restoration.
    Assist the PAPs In relocation and rehabilitation, including
counseling, and coordination with the
    local authorities.
    Assist the PAPs in redressal of their grievances (through the
grievance redressal cells set up by
    the project)
    Impart information to all the PAPs about the functional aspects of
the various district level
    committees set up by the project, and assist them in benefiting from
such institutional mechanism.
    To assist the Project Implementation Unit (PI Us) of UPPWD in
ensuring social responsibilities of
    the Project, such as, compliance with the labour laws, prohibition of
child labour, and gender
    issues.
    To collect data and submit progress reports on a monthly basis as
well as quarterly basis for
    UPPWD to monitor the progress of the RAP implementation.

Scope of Work

The NGOs shall play a role of secondary stakeholder in implementation of
the RAP and in mitigating
the adverse effects of the project. The NGOs shall remain responsible for
the development of a
comprehensive livelihood system to facilitate the PAPs to take advantages
of the options available (as
per the RAP).

Administrative Responsibilities of the NGOs will include-

*   Working in co-ordination with R&R Coordinator
    Assist the R&R Coordinator in carrying out the implementation of the
RAP;
    To co-ordinate with the DLCs and GRCs in implementing the RAP;
    The NGO shall coordinate the meetings of the District level committee
for approval of the micro
    plans wherever required.

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0 Assist the R&R Coordinator in undertaking all public meetings,
information campaigns at the
   commencement of the project and give full information to the affected
community;
   Translate the R&R objectives and guidelines to implement actions for
mitigating adverse impacts
   on the PAPs;
   To assist the Engineers (Supervision Consultants) to ensure that the
Contracts comply wlth the
   applicable labour laws (including prohibition of child labour) and
gender issues;
   To assist the PIU and /or the Engineers in ensuring compliance with
the safety, health and
   hygiene norms, and the RAP actions proposed for HIVIAIDS
awarenesslprevention campaigns
   Report to R&R Coordinator on a monthly basis, and quarterly basis. The
report should include
   physical and financial progress, both in terms of quantitative and
qualitative reporting. The report
   should prominently feature, the problems and issues addressed and
tackled with the PAPs and
   the solutions found. The report should have a separate chapter the
women's issues their
   problems and what has been done (within the framework of the RAP) to
ensure their participation
   in decision-making as well as the options made available for them to
access economic
   opportunities, marketing and credit. The report should clearly
indicate the number of field visits
   made by the NGOs staff and the outcome of consultations with people.
   Data base management of the PAPs.
   Videography and digital photography cost required for implementation
of the RAP shall be
   included in the budget submitted by the NGO.
   The PAPs & DPs will be facilitated for the Income Generation Scheme
training through the NGOs
   i.e. the provisions made for training component will be best utilised
through the active support and
   ~nvolvementof the NGO.
   Ail costs, including the cost of valuation of structures, land etc. to
be borne by NGO within the
   project cost.

Responsibilities of Implementation of the RAP will include:

Identification and Verification

   The NGO shall undertake a detailed survey of the project affected area
and shall update the
   information on the Eligible PAPs and project-affected families (PAFs).
The NGO shall verify the
   information already contained in the RAP and the individual losses of
the PAPs. He shall validate
   the date provided in the RAP and make suitable changes if required.
The NGO shall establish
   Rapport with PAPs, consult them, provide them information about the
respective entitlements as
   proposed under the RAP, and distribute entitlement cum Identity Cards
to the eligible PAPs. An
   identity card should include a photograph of the PAP, the extent of
loss suffered due to the
   project, and the choice of the PAP with regard to the mode of
compensation and assistance.
   The NGO shall develop rapport between the PAPs and the Project
Authority, particularly the R&R
   Coordinator. This will be achieved through regular meetings with both
the R&R Coordinator and
   the PAPs. Meetings with the R&R Coordinator will be held at least
fortnightly, and meetings with
   the PAPs will be held monthly, during the entire duration of the
assignment. All meetings and
   decisions taken shall be documented by the NGO.
a Prepare monthly action plans with targets in consultation with R&R
Coordinator

a The NGO shall prepare a list of the project-displaced personslfamilies
(PDPsIPDFs) for
   relocation, enlisting the losses and the entitlements as per the RAP,
after verification. It shall also
   prepare a list of the project-affected personslfamilies (PAPsIPAFs)
enlisting the losses and the
   entitlement as per the RAP, after verification. Verification exercise
shall include actual
   measurement of the extent of total property lossldamage, and valuation
of the loss/damage/affect
   along with the R&R Coordinator. The NGO shall display the list of
eligible PAPs in prominent
   public places like Villages, Panchayat Offices, BlocklTehsil
headquarters, and the District
   Headquarters.
   During the identification and verification of the eligible PAPslPAFs,
the NGO shall ensure that
   each of the PAPs are contacted and consulted either in groups or
individually. The NGO shall
   specially ensure consultation with the women from the PAP families
especially women headed
   households.
   Participatory methods should be applied in assessing the needs of the
PAPs, especially with
   regard to the vulnerable groups of PAPs.

0   The methods of contact may include

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a   Village level meetings,

S   Gender participation through groups interactions, and
    Individual meetings and interactions
    While f~nalisingthe entitled persons (EPs) for
compensationlassistance the NGOs shall make a
    list of entitled PAPs, and distribute Identity Cards to each and
every verified eligible PAP.

Counselling the Entitled Persons

The counseling shall include the following activities by the NGO:
    The NGO shall explain to the PAPs the need for land acquisition, the
provisions of the policy and
    the entitlements under the RAP. This shall include communication to
the roadside squatters and
    encroachers about the need for their eviction, the timeframe for
their removal and their
    entitlements as per the RAP.
a   Distribution of the relevant portions of the RAP to each and every
PAP to make them understand
    the entitlement packages in correct perspectives.
    The NGO shall disseminate information to the PAPs on the possible
consequences of the project
    on the communities' livelihood systems and the options available, so
that they do not remaln
    ignorant.
a   The NGO shall prepare micro-level plans for income restoration, in
consultation with the PAPs.
    Women's perceptions are important to be incorporated in the
development of these plans.
a   NGO w~llmonitor the involvement of child labour in the civil
construction work in each package.

In all of these, the NGO shall consider women as a special focus group,
and deal with them with care
and sympathy.

Disbursing the Assistance


a   Prepare micro plans indicating category of entitlement.
    Prepare micro plans for livelihood indicating alternate livelihood
options, land identification, skills
    up gradation and institution responsible for training.
a   The NGO shall assist the project authorities in ensuring a smooth
transition (during the part or full
    relocation of the PAPsIPAFs), helping the PAPs to take salvaged
materials and shift with proper
    notices. In close consultation with the PAPs, the NGO shall inform
the R&R Coordinator about the
    shifting dates agreed with the PAPs in writing and the arrangements
desired by the PAPs with
    respect to their entitlements.
    The NGO shall assist the PAPs in opening bank accounts explaining the
implications, the rules
    and the obligations of a joint account and how slhe can access the
resources s/he is entitled to.
    The NGO shall ensure proper utilisation of the R&R budget available
for each of the packages.
    The NGOs shall ensure that the PAPs have found economic investment
options and are able to
    restore against the loss of land and other productive assets. The NGO
shall identify means and
    advise the R&R Coordinator to disburse the entitlements to the
eligible persons/families in a
    manner that is transparent, and shall report to the UPPWD on the
level of transparent, and shall
    report to the UPPWD on the level of transparency achieved in the
project.

Accompanying and representing the EPs at the grievance Committee Meetings

    The NGO shall nominate a suitable person (from the staff of the NGO)
to be a member of the
    C;RCs for the respective contract packages.
    The NGO shall make the PAP aware of the grievance redressal
committees (GRCs)
    The NGO shall train the PAPs on the procedure to file a grievance
application and to confirm that
    a statement of claim from the concerned PAP accompanies each
grievance application. The NGO
    shall help the PAPs in filling up the grievance application and also
in clearing their doubts about
    the procedure as well as the context of the GRC award.
    The NGO shall record the grievance and bring the same to the notice
of the GRCs within 7
    (seven) days of receipt of the grievance from the PAPs. It shall
submit a draft resolution with
    respect to the particular grievance of the PAP, suggesting multiple
solutions, if possible, and
    deliberate on the same in the GRC meeting through the NGO
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    TO accompany the PAPs to the GRC meeting on the decided date, help
the PAP to express
     hislher grievance in a formal manner if requested by the GRC and
again inform the PAPs of the
     decisions taken by the GRC within 3 days of receiving a decision
from the GRC. (The time frame
     for the GRC to take a decision is 15 days).

Assisting the EPs and the R&R Coordinator to Identity and Negotiate for
the New Land for
Resettlement

As part of the RAP, it is proposed that a sizable number among the
eligible PAFs will receive
alternative land (commercial) building structures. Some of the more
vulnerable among the AFS will be
eligible to receive these free of cost. Regarding these, the NGO shall,
     Obtain the PAPs choice in terms of
     o    Land identification
     o    Site for relocation
     o    Shifting plan and arrangements
     o    Grant utilization plan
     o    Community asset building plan and institutional arrangements in
maintaining the assets.
     Assist the PAPs/R&R Coordinator in identifying suitable land for
relocation and for agriculture,
     ensurlng the replacement of the land lost in terms of quality and
quantity.
     Identify suitable government land in consultation with the Revenue
Department Officials and
     assist in negotiating its transfer to the PAPs IR&R Coordinator at
reasonable prices and motivate
     them to appreciate and welcome the new neighbours.

Assisting the eligible PAPs to take advantage of the existing Government
Housing and
Employment Schemes

With regards to the above, the NGO shall,
a    Co-ordinate (and impart wherever required) the training and capacity
building of the PAPs, for
     upgrading their skills for income restoration. This will include the
training to be given by the NGO
     to women self-help-group members in accounting, record maintenance,
skill acquisition in the
     chosen enterprise, and marketing, etc.
m    Help the PAPs in realizing and optimising the indigenous technology
knowledge (ITK) through use
     of local resources.
     Define, evolve, and explore alternative methods of livelihood using
the local skill and resources.
     Contact financial institutions like NABARD, SIDBI, RMK and the Lead
Bank of the area in
     accessing the credit required by the individual as well as groups of
PAPs and the women's groups
     from the AFS. The NGO shall maintain a detailed record of such
facilitation, and plan for each AF
     to repay the loan.
e    Establish linkages with the District administration for ensuring
that the PAPs are benefited from
     the schemes available and those they are entitled to. The focus for
this component of the NGOs
     work shall be the vulnerable PAPs for their income restoration. The
NGO shall maintain a detailed
     record of such facilitation.

Representing the EPs in Market Value Assessment Committee

     Market Value Assessment Committees will be established at the
district level to evaluate the
     actual market price of the properties in the areas where acquisition
or land and /or structures are
     necessary. The project will assist the eligible PAPsIAFs towards the
difference between the
     assessed market price and the compensation award. The NGO shall
represent the entitled
     persons (EPs) in the committee to ensure that a fair assessment
takes place. All the valuation of
     structures will be vetted by the Government approved valuer.

Inter-Agency Linkages for Income Restoration and other R&R Services

The NGO shall be responsible for establishing linkages with,
     Financial institutions for facilitating the PAPs to access credit.
     Government departments, district administration, etc., to ensure
that the PAPs are included in the
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             Training institutes for imparting skill and management
training for enterprise creation and

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             NGO shall conduct training Programme for income restoration
for PAPS.
             NGO should prepare an I.R. Plan
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         e   For 1.R activity the productive potential of the same
project may be explored.

         Assisting the Supervision consultant in ensuring the Social
Responsibilities
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         The NGO shall assist the Engineers (Supervision Consultants) to
ensure that the Contractors are
         abiding by the various provisions of the applicable laws,
concerning the worker's safety, health and
         hygiene; women's issues and the child labour issues. The
applicable laws include (A) the maternity
         benefit Act, 1951; (B) the contract labour (Regulation and
Abolition) Act, 1948; (C) the Minimum
         Wagers act, 1948. (D) The Equal Remuneration Act, 1979. (E) The
industrial Employment (Standing
         Order) Act, 1946; (F) the Child Labour (Prohibition and
Regulation ) Act, 1986; (G) the Building and
         Other Construction Workers (Regulation of Employment and
Conditions of Service) Act 1996; (H) the
         cess Act of 1996 and (I) the Factories Act, 1948. any divergence
from the (workers welfare and
         remuneration, safety, health, hygiene, women's issues, and child
labour issues) provisions of these
         laws should be brought to the notice of the supervision
consultant and the R&R COORDINATOR.

         As per these laws, there are specifications regarding the
facilitieslrequirements at the construction
         camplsite, including basic health care facilities, Mother and
Child Welfare units and facilities for
         vaccinations, day creche facilities, etc. The NGO shall work in
co-ordination of the Lady Inspector of
         Works or the Resident engineers of the Contractor, or any other
representative of the Contractors, to
         ensure these facilities are provided in a satisfactory manner,
and all social responsibilities of the
         Contract is ~mplementedsatisfactorily.
         Coordinate with Environmental Officer to facilitate consultation
on rehabilitation of borrow areas

         Assisting the PlUlSupervision Consultant in Actions to HlVlAlDS
AwarenesslPrevention
         Campaigns

         Information campaignladvertisement in collaboration with line
agencies (such as NACO, DFID, etc),
         includ~ngprovision of signagelhoardings at suitable locations,
distribution of vehicle stickers, and
         provision of condom vending machines at suitable locations (rest
areas, truck parking lay-byes, etc.).
         The NGO shall assist the PIU to implement these measures,
including collaboration with the line
         agencies.

         The contractors are required to provide condom vending machines
at the construction camps, provide
         for medical facilities and regular medical checkups especially
meant for detectinglcuring STDIAIDS.
         The NGO shall ensure, in collaboration with Engineer that such
facilities and medical checkups are
         provided to the workers at the construction camps.

           Monitoring and Evaluation

         The RAP includes a provision for quarterly, mid-term, and post-
project monitoring and evaluation by
         external consultants. The NGO involved in the implementation of
the RAP will be required to supply all
         information, documents to the external monitoring and evaluation
consultants. To this end, the NGOs
         shall keep proper documentation of their work and the R&R
process involved in the project, and shall
         be responsible for the upkeep and updating of such documents
periodically and regularly. The
         documentation shall include photographs and videotapes of the
pre-intervention and the post-
         intervention scenario of all the properties, structures, and
assets affected by the project.

         Recommending for the Improvement of R&R Services
         e   Extend all services recommended by the additional studies to
be undertaken by the project, in
             respect to the R&R services to be provided as part of the
project.
             Recommended and suggested techniques and methods for
improvement of services extended by
             the   concerned      government    departments      and
other    agencies   and    committees   in
             disbursement/extension of R&R services in the project.

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    Document implementation of the R&R process and services, including
difficulties faced and
    corresponding solutions.

6   Discuss, with the UPPWD on contingency management and other
improvement of R&R services,
    within the project period.

Documenting of Tasks Carried out by the NGO and Evaluation of the
Achievements of RAP

The NGO selected for the assignments shall be responsible to-

*   Submit an inception report within three weeks; on signing up of the
contract including a work plan
    for the whole contract including a work plan for the whole contract
period, staffing and personnel
    deployment plan, and a withdrawal plan at the end of the period of
contract. The withdrawal plan
    shall be detailed and reflect how the PAPsIAFs will maintain the
assets created and transferred to
    the PAPslAFs.
    Prepare monthly progress reports to be submitted to the R&R
Coordinator, with weekly progress
    and work charts as against the scheduled timeframe of RAP
implementation.
    Prepare and submit quarterly reports on a regular basis, to be
submitted to the R&R Coordinator.
    Submit a completion report at the end of the contract period
summarizing the actions taken during
    the project, the methods and personnel used to carry out the
assignment, and a summary of
    supports/assistance given to the PAPs.
*   All other reports/documentation as described in these terms of
reference.
*   Record minutes of all meetings.

Ail progress reports shall include data on input and output indicators as
required by the R&R
Coordinator. Reporting in writing as well as photographs, videotapes
etc., taken during the
assignment shall be submitted in support of the reports, along with an
electronic copy of the
documents in a floppy or a CD. All reports should be in English language
only. Accounts reports both
on expenditure on administration as well as training and other heads
shall be submitted with the
quarterly and the completion reports. In addition to these above, the NGO
shall,

    Prepare and submit separate descriptive reports on participatory
micro-plans with full details of
    the Participatory Rapid Appraisal exercises conducted.

The NGO shall document in full details, the consuItation/counseling
processes, the process of
identification of the resettlement sites, and a full description of the
training imparted (on facilitated) as
part of the assignment. This documentation shall be submitted to the
UPPWD as annual reports.

Condition of Services

The NGO shall ensure that the RAP is implemented in an effective and
proper manner. The prime
responsibility of the NGO shall be to ensure that each and every eligible
PAPs receive appropriate
and due entitlement (within the Entitlement Framework) and that, at the
end of the project R&R
services, the eligible PAPs have improved (or at least restored) their
previous standard of living.
Additionally the NGO shall help the UPPWD in all other matters deemed to
be required to implement
the RAP in its spirit and entirely including activities involving some
financial implications.

All documents created, generated or collected during the period of
contract, in carrying out the
services under this assignment will be the property of the UPPWD. No
information gathered or
generated during and in carrying out this assignment shall be disclosed
by the NGO without explicit
permission of the UPPWD.

Timeframe for Services

The NGOs will be contracted for a period of Twenty-four months from the
date of commencement,
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      Data, Services and Facilities to be provided by the Client

      The UPPWD will provide to the NGO the copies of the SIA report/
PAPs' Census, the RAP, the land
      acquisition plan, strip plan final design report and any other
relevant reportsldata prepared by the
      Project Preparation Consultants. The UPPWD will assist the NGO in
collaborating with the
      Supervision Consultants. All facilities required in the performance
of the assignment, including office
      space, office stationery, transportation and accommodation for
staff of the NGO, etc., shall be
      arranged by the NGO.

      Payment Schedule:

      The following payment milestone is proposed for making the payment
to the NGO. The payment will
      be made subjected to the submission of certificate from the R&R
Coordinator that the targets have
      been achieved in a satisfactory manner.

       NO. I                                  Payment Milestone
/ Payment (% of     1

contract Value)
     r     ?        On submission of the inception Report complete in all
respects                      20%
           2.       On completion of the identification, verification of
Non Title Holder               15%
       -            PAPSand initial consultation sessions, and submission
of updated
     ~
     I
                    data on PAPS(Identification and Verification report)
and review of the
                   same by the R&R Coordinator.
 i         3.    1On submission and approval of the Micro Plan - Non
Titleholder                     5%
   /       4.      On completion of the identification, verification of
Title Holder PAPS    I        15%
     1           /and initial consultation sessions, and submission of
updated data on        1                     1
                   PAPs (Identification and Verification report) and
review of the same
                   bv the R&R Coordinator.
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 ,         5        On subm~ss~onof the Micro Plans -Title Holder
5%
            6     On substant~alcomplet~onof the relocation process of
CPR                          10%
           7      On complet~onof the rehab~l~tat~onprocess and
~mplernentat~onof                   10%
                  I R Plan
           8      On subm~ssionof the Final Com~let~onRe~ort - , - -
20oh

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                                                     Total
100%

      The above remuneration includes all costs related to carrying out
the services, including overhead.
      The service tax or any other tax component shall be reimbursedlpaid
to NGOs on production of
      documents. The insurance cost will be separate of the total project
cost; client shall be billed for this

        Team for the Assignment

       Tlie NGO shall depute a team of professional to the site. The
constitution of the team and the
        uaiification for the team members is given below:
              Position            1No.     Of I Qualification
                                   Positions I
              Team Leader                       The Team Leader should be a
post-graduate, preferably in
                                                soc~alsciences, and should
have experience of workina in civil
                                                engineering projects. Slhe
should have about              5     years
                                                experience in
implementation of R&R and rural development
                                                works. Sihe should have
held responsible position in the
                                                previous      assignments
should     possess     participatory
                                                management skills and
should have good knowledge of the
                                               /region and the local
languages.
H K e y                                2       /Should be at least a
diploma holder in civil engineering. Sihe
1          1 Professionals       1              should have about 10 years
experience in fieldwork. Slhe
                                               should have participated in
at least one project involving R&R
                                               activities, should
have participatory knowledge of       land
                                               measurement, and should be
conversant with land valuation
                                               methods. Knowledge of local
language is a necessary
                                  I           1qualification.

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SI.   Position          INo.        Of    /Qualification
lI
No.                       Positions
3.    Key                      2           Should be at least a graduate in
social sciences. Slhe should
      Professionals                        have about 5 years of working
experience of which about 2
      (B)                                  years In R&R or rural development
projects. Should have sound
                                           understanding of the land
acquisition process and experience In
                                           participatory management.
Knowledge of local language is a
                                           necessary qualification.
      Key                                  Should be at least a graduate in
social sciences. Slhe should
      Professionals                        have about 5 years of working
experience of which about 2
                                           years in R&R or rural development
projects. Slhe should have
                                           experience in livelihood
analysis, developing and implementing
                                           vocational training, experience
in participatory management.
                                         / Knowledge of local language is a
necessary qualification.
&e      y                      2         1 Should be at least a postgraduate
in social sciences1MBBS.
      Professionals                        Slhe should have about 5 years in
the field of HIVIAIDS.
                                           Knowledge of local language and
experience of working in the
                                           region desired.
     Technical            Adequate         Should be graduate or equivalent
in social sciences. Knowledge
      support            as per the        of local language and experience
of working in the region
      professionals           NGO          desired
      Other     support   Adequate         No minimum qualification
      Personnel          as per the



Additionally the following conditions shall apply to the team proposed by
the NGO.


0 That the proposal should accompany a personnel deployment schedule,
clearly indicating
   whether the deployment is home-office based or in the field.
   That the NGOs must propose at least one woman as part of the key
personnel. The person-
   month deployment of the woman key personnel shall constitute at least
33 % of the person-month
   deployment of all key professionals (including the team leader) in the
assignment. At least two
   proposed woman key person shall be available to work at site for at
least 50% of the duration.
   That the women key persons, if selected for the contract, may be
replaced during the period of
   contract, only with women key persons of equivalent qualifications and
experience.
   That the NGOs will depute a 'technical support' team to work at the
site, which will consist of at
   least 33 O/O of women members. Junior support personnel andlor
administrative staff will not be
   considered as 'technical support' professionals, as far as this
condition is concerned.




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ANNEX 6




      CONSULTANCY FOR MONlTORTlNG AND EVALUATION OF IMPLEMENTATION OF
                                     RESETTLEMENT ACTION PLAN

                                        DRAFT TERMS OF REFERENCE



BACKGROUND OF THE PROJECT

The Government of lndia has requested the assistance of the World Bank
(IBRD) for the
improvement of State Highways and Major District Roads in the State of
Uttar Pradesh.

The aim of the project is to improve the performance of the State's road
transport sector. The
project will improve road conditions and capacity of the state road
network along with
development of in-house capabilities of the Public Works Department (PWD)
to plan,
develop and maintain the Uttar Pradesh road network.

The project has two basic components: Upgradation and Major Maintenance.
Based on the
results of the strategic options study conducted in 1996, the Government
of Uttar Pradesh has
identified 2724 kms of high priority roads covering State Highways and
Major Districts Roads.
Of this, about 1000 kms were identified for upgradation with assistance
from the World Bank.
Rest of the roads falls under major maintenance component. The current
assignment i.e.,
construction of bridge approaches over river Ghaghara at Chahlari Ghat on
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Bahraich Road is part of upgradation.

The CJPPWD has already appointed reputed NGOs for implementation of the
RAP under
quality based l u m ~sum contracts. Two NGOs were contracted to implement
the RAP in
individual bridges.

The RAP includes a provision for mid-term and post-project monitoring and
evaluation by
exter~ialconsultants. The RAP implementation has already been initiated.
Therefore, UPPWD
requires services of reputed consultancy firm for monitoring and
evaluation of RAP
implementation. The scope of work for independent monitoring and
evaluation consultant
will be:

Scope of work

El Concurrent monitoring of R&R implementation progress as laid out in
the Rehabilitation
    Action Plan prepared for State Roads Project by Social Assessment
Consultant.
Fl Evaluationof R&Rprogressand achievement of projected R&Robjectives
    Formulation of necessary measures to resolve problems and improve R&R
implementation
O Development of monitoring formats and computerized monitoring system
El Development of detailed list of specific and measurable indicators to
indicate
    achievement of physical targets and fulfilment of program objectives
for GOUP.

These indicatorsshould cover:

    o Organization performance
        Community mobilization and participation
        Financial progress
        Grievance redress

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    o Performanceof rehabilitation activities
        Women's development
    U Impacts of training programs
    o The progressof LA and adequacy of compensation
        Availability of support services

El To determine whether the goals of R&R viz., restoration or increase of
PAP living standards
    are achieved through evaluating:
    (a;The application of R&Rpolicy
    (b; The functioning of the R&R institutionalset-up
    (c)Thetimely delivery of entitlements under the R&R policy
    (d) The functioning of consultative and participatory arrangements
    (e)Theoperation of designed economic activities, and
    (f) The functioning of the grievance redress mechanism.



Tasks To be Carried Out by the M&EConsultants

The firmselected for the assignments shall be responsibleto,

5 Submit an inception report within three weeks; on signing up of the
contract, including a
    work plan for the whole contract period, staffing and personnel
deployment plan.
El Prepare quarterly progress reports to be submitted to the PIU, with
weekly progress and
    work charts as against the scheduled timeframe for RAP
implementation.
El Prepare and submit Half yearly reports on a regular basis,to be
submitted to the PIU.
    Submit a completion report at the end of the contract period.

Reporting in writing as well as photographs, videotapes, etc., taken
during the assignment
shall be submitted in support of the reports. Accounts reports both on
expenditure on
administration as well as training and other heads shall be submitted
with the quarterly and
the completion reports.

In addition to these above, the firm shall,
El Prepare and submit separate descriptive reports on participatory
micro-plans with full
    details of the Participatory Rapid Appraisal exercises conducted.
Condition of Services

The firm shall ensure that the RAP is implemented in an effective and
proper manner. The
prime responsibility of the firm shall be to assess whether each and
every eligible PAP has
receive appropriate and justified entitlement and that, at the end of the
project R&R
services, the eligible PAPS have improved (or at least restored) their
previous standard of
living.

All documents created, generated or collected during the period of
contract, in carrying out
the services under this assignment will be the property of the UPPWD.The
firm without explicit
permission of the UPPWD shall disclose no information gathered or
generated during and in
carrying out this assignment.

Timeframe for Services

The firm will be initially contracted for a period of one year from the
date of
conirnencement. Agreement may be extended depending upon the services
provided by
the firm.



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PaymentSchedule


I
                                                            Percentageof
the
                           Payment Schedule

ContractValue




         On submission of final report                               20%
5

Team for the Assignment

The consultants are free to recommend a team commensurate with the
requirements of the
project, subject to the following conditions,

El That the proposal should accompany a personnel deployment schedule,
clearly
   indicating whether the deployment is home-office based or in the
field.
El That the consultants must propose at least one woman as part of the
key personnel.The
   person-monthdeployment of the woman key personnelshall constitute at
least 33% of the
   person-month deployment of all key professionals in the assignment.
The proposed
   woman key person shall be available to work at site for at least 50%
of the duration of the
   contract.
   That the woman key persons, if selected for the contract, may be
replaced during the
   period of contract, only with woman key persons of equivalent
qualifications and
   experience, with the prior approval of the concerned Superintending
Engineer of UPPWD.
El That the consultants will depute a 'technical/professional' team to
work at the site, which
   will consist at least 33% of women members. Junior support personnel
and administrative
   stuff will not be considered as 'technical/professional' members.



Data to be provided by the client
Client will provide to the Consultants the copies of census data,
Resettlement Action Plan,
Land Acquisition Plan etc. collected/prepared by the design
consultants/socialexperts.




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