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PC-I FORM

SCHEME FOR

Provision of Pumping Machinery for Productivity


Enhancement in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa

(ADP NO. 8/130043 of 2015-16)


Project Cost
Approved Cost=178.500 m (Govt. share =90.000 m, Farmer’s share =88.500 m)
Revised Cost=577.974 m (Govt .Share=290.000 m, Farmer’s share= Rs 287.974 m)

(Revised July-2015)

DIRECTORATE OF AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING


GOVERNMENT OF KHYBER PAKHTUNKHWA,
TARNAB, PESHAWAR
Govt. of Pakistan
Planning Commission
PC.1 Form
(Production Sectors)

1. Name of Project. Provision of Pumping Machinery for


Productivity Enhancement in Khyber
Pakhtunkhwa.

2. Location All the Districts of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.


3. Authorities responsible for:

i) Sponsoring. Government of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa,


Agriculture Department, Peshawar.

ii) Executing. Directorate of Agricultural Engineering, Khyber


Pakhtunkhwa, Tarnab Peshawar.

iii) Operation and Beneficiaries of Solar Pumping Machinery.


Maintenance.

iv) Concerned federal Not Applicable.


ministry

4. a) PLAN PROVISION
i) If the project is included in the Included in the ADP 2015-16 at serial
medium term/five year plan, No.8/130043 with total Cost of Rs.290.000
specify actual allocation. Million. (Revised status)
(Rs 278.974 million will be borne by the farmers)

ii) If not included in the current Not Applicable


plan, what warrants its
inclusion and how is it now
proposed to be acco-
mmodated

iii) If the Project is propos-ed to


be financed out of block Not Applicable
provision, indicate.

Total block Amount Amount proposed for Balance available


Provision already this project
committed

N.A N.A 290.000 Million N.A

b) Provision in the current year PSDP/ADP. Rs. 236.312 Million

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5. Project Objectives

 The objectives of the sector/sub The growing population necessitates


sector as indicated in the persistent efforts for increasing agricultural
medium term/five year plan be production to meet the food and fiber
reproduced. Indicate objectives requirements of the increasing population
of the project and a linkage and also to keep up the pace of economic
between the proposed project development of the rural areas in general
and the sectoral objectives. and of the farming community in particular.
The main objective of Agriculture Sector is:
 to make the country self-sufficient in food
grains and
 to make available raw material for Agro
based industries.
The project will be encouraging the farming
community by providing financial assistance
in kind for adaption of mechanized farm
practices through the provision of Pumping
machinery for irrigation, thus expanding the
field activities and increasing the
productivity / yield per acre of the various
crops grown thereof. These activities are
aimed at achieving the sectoral goals in
collaboration with other wings of Agriculture
Department like Agriculture Extension
Services, Water Management etc.
The pumping machinery (Solar pumps)
proposed for procurement under the project
shall be utilized for irrigation purpose in rain-
fed / water scarcity areas of the Province.
The project shall thus help in increasing the
basic medium i.e. water, for increasing per
acre yield of crops.
The objectives of the project are as under:

1. The project is aimed at minimizing the


adverse effects of drought by maximizing
the irrigation water supplies through
exploitation of sub-surface water from tube
wells and open wells in Barani / irrigated
areas of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. The 428
pumping sets to be installed on open wells
and tube wells will be providing irrigation
water to 10700 Hectares (26429 Acres) @
10 to 40 Hectares ( average 25 hectares)
per pumping set each having 0.25 to 1.0
cusecs capacity.

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2. In order to encourage the farming
community to replace the primitive/
traditional methods of irrigation including
electric or diesel operated pumps and to
adopt mechanized water exploitation for
increasing the productivity, it is proposed
to provide 428 Pumping sets to the
interested farmer having minimum land
holding of 2.5 Acres (20 kanals) in his
ownership, on 50:50 cost sharing basis in
Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. Out of 428 pumping
systems, 102 pumping systems will be
provided to the farmers having no sub-
surface source of irrigation water and
interested to install new Tube well. It is
proposed that the Government will also
share the cost of Tube well installation @
50:50 % bases. This incentive would be in
addition to provision of the solar pumping
system on cost sharing basis. Hence, the
interested farmers will bear 50% cost of
the tube well installation and solar
pumping system installed thereupon, while
rest of the 50 % cost will be contributed by
the Government under the scheme.

 In case of revised project, Objectives are same as of original PC-I.


indicate objectives of the project
if different from original PC-I.

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6. Description, justification, technical According to the Agricultural Statistics
parameters and technology (2011-12) the total reported area of Khyber
transfer aspects (enclose feasibility Pakhtunkhwa is 8.365 million hectares out of
study for projects costing Rs.300 which 1.870 million hectares is cultivated.
Million & above) The total area irrigated by various sources is
about 0.967 million hectares while the rest of
land is void of irrigation facilities. These
statistics indicate that there exists an ample
scope for management of water resources
by the use of Agricultural equipments and
machinery for increasing the productivity of
the Province.
The growing population and prevailing food
crises in the Province necessitates persistent
efforts for increasing Agricultural production
to meet the food and fiber requirements of
the increasing populace, and also to keep up
the pace of economic development of the
rural areas in general and of the farming
community in particular.
The big investment involved in drilling a tube
well and owning a Solar pumping system
does not permit a poor farmer to bear at his
own. In order to facilitate the interested
farmers in tapping irrigation water from the
sub-surface reservoirs, appropriate solar
pumping sets will be provided to them on
cost sharing basis and those interested in
installation of new tube well will also be
benefited under the project by sharing 50%
cost of tube well installation by the
Government.

Feasibility Study:

The Agricultural Engineering Department has


got vast experience in the installation of Tube
wells. Since fifties it has installed over 6000
irrigation Tube wells and 500 pumping sets
on open / tube wells in whole Khyber
Pakhtunkhwa. In most of the Districts, except
Chitral, Mansehra, Tor ghar, Batagram,
Abbotabad there is ample scope for
installation of tube wells and dug wells.
There also exists number of open wells/ tube
wells which are either deprived of water
lifting devices or being operated through
electricity or diesel pumps and primitive
methods like Persian wheels and buckets.

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The results of the various studies conducted
in the area shows that the distribution of the
private tube wells is greatly influenced by the
water table depth. About 80 percent of the
diesel-operated tube wells are installed in
shallow water table areas (6 to 12 meters),
whereas electric-operated tube wells are
mainly used in deep water table areas. The
irrigation tube wells installed in 1980’s
usually have outlived their life and most of
them require replacement of machinery, as
those wells had functioned more than their
maximum life span of 10 years to 15 years.
Irrigation tube wells were proved to be
economically vital because they served as a
lifeline for thousands of farmers in various
districts of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.
Effectiveness of the irrigation tube wells is
evident from the areas including Akora
Khattak, Shaidu, Nizampur in Nowshera
District, Tangi area in District Charsadda
where they brought a large area under
irrigation water in the absence of canal
system. Besides above, hundreds of
thousands of acres of cultivable land in
Swabi district, along the motorway, is not
covered by the canal water. The installation
of tube wells in that area would help to
irrigate the land. Like other areas of the
Province, the farmers in that area does not
have financial resources to install new tube
wells or replace electric/diesel pumps by
solar pumps on their existing open /tube
wells.
Similarly, in other parts of the province
including D.I.Khan, Swat, Karak, Bannu, and
Kohat, there is acute demand of Pumping
machinery for lifting irrigation water but due
to high cost of electricity and diesel, farmers
are reluctant to install pumping sets on their
tube wells. The only alternate source
available for pumping irrigation water is Solar
energy, which will be utilized for operation of
pumps.
 Describe the project and
indicate existing facilities in the
area and justify the
establishment of the project.

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Most of the Agricultural land in the province
can be classified as fertile, but it does not
have optimum moisture for raising crops,
especially in the rain-fed / water deficient
areas where Agricultural practices are
dependent on rainfall. Previous studies,
carried out by various Agencies have shown
that there exist over 22000 Open-wells /
Tube wells in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, including
over 6000 tube wells installed by the
 Provide technical para-meters Agricultural Engineering Department since
i.e. input and output of the fifties. Most of these wells are not fitted with
project in quantitative terms. appropriate water lifting devices, as a result
Also discuss the technology thousands of hectares of Agriculture Land is
aspect of the project. void of irrigation facilities. The land being
irrigated by using primitive water lifting
technique like Persian wheel is much lesser
than that would be irrigated if appropriate
pumping sets were installed on these wells.

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 Provide details of civil works, The pumping sets (Solar pumps) proposed
equipment, machinery and under the scheme shall be provided to the
other physical facilities required needy farmers for coping with the
for the project. requirement of irrigation water to enhance
crop production.
Moreover, due to prevailing electric energy
crises in the country and specifically in
Khyber Pakhtunkhwa large numbers of open
wells and tube wells are deprived of electric
power and thus being abandoned. Therefore,
to tackle with the situation, solar pumps have
been proposed to be installed on these wells
to make it operational, instead of
Submersible pump and Centrifugal diesel
pumps as proposed in the original PC-1.
Solar pumping sets of appropriate sizes, to
be provided to the interested farmers under
the project are as under:-

 Solar Pumps 116 Systems


(Shallow wells)

 Indicate governance issues of  Solar pumps 210 Systems


the sector relevant to the (Deep wells)
project and strategy to resolve
them.  Solar pumps 102 Systems
(Deep with Tube
well Installation)

The cost of the Solar pumping system will


include the charges of installation of solar
panels, foundation, pipes, pumping sets and
cost of all the allied accessories. The
proposed project shall provide an incentive
to the farming community by sharing the
capital cost of the pumping unit @ 50:50 (i.e
50% cost will be borne by the farmers while
rest of the 50% cost will be covered under
the project). In case a farmer is also
interested in installation of new tube well, the
cost of its installation /drilling would also be
shared by the Government with the same
50:50% basis.
The farmers having land holding of 20-100
Kanals (2.5 -12.5 Acres) shall benefit from
this scheme. It is estimated that each pump
will command an area of about 10 to 40
hectares (average 25 hectares) depending
upon capacity of the Tube well / Open well,
cropping pattern, soil texture, topographical

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condition and discharge of well. As such
10700 hectares of land will be irrigated with
the provision of pumping machinery /
installation of tube wells as proposed under
the project.
Under the proposed project, 116 Solar
pumping systems for shallow wells and 312
for deep wells shall be procured and installed
on tube / open wells where no such facility
exists, so that more area is brought under
irrigation to increase Agricultural production
and uplift the socio-economic status of
farming community. As discussed earlier out
of 312 solar pumping systems to be installed
on deep wells, 102 will be reserved and
provided to those interested farmers who
intend to install new tube wells on cost
sharing basis.
FARMER’S SELECTION CRITERIA:
The farmer’s selection criteria includes :-
 First come first serve basis,
 Availability of tube well/open well having
sufficient water,
 Full exposure of tube well/open well to
the sun radiation,
 Having maximum hydraulic head of 130
to 320 ft.
 Interested in installation of new tube wells

PROJECT OPERATIONAL STAFF:


Project activities shall be executed by the
existing staff of the Agricultural Engineering
Department available in District offices at
Peshawar, Kohat, Mardan, Mansehra,
Haripur, Swat, Malakand, Bannu and
D.I.Khan. Other adjacent districts to the
districts mentioned above will also be
covered by the above offices. Agricultural
Engineers / Assistant Agricultural Engineers
and their supervisory staff will help in the
implementation of the project activities.
Director Agricultural Engineering will be
entrusted with additional assignments and
will act as Project in-charge stationed at
Agricultural Engineering Head quarter at
Tarnab, Peshawar.
Outputs of the Project in quantitative terms
are given below:

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INPUTS OUTPUTS
Procurement of 428 Irrigation of 10700
solar pumps. hectares of land
annually, thus enhance
crop production
Training of farmers Irrigation water
in adaptation, pumping cost will be
operation and reduced by adopting
maintenance of new solar technology.
techniques for
pumping sub-
surface water to be
imparted by the
solar pump supplier.

CONCEPT OF COST SHARING.

Solar pumping system:


As stated above, the department has
planned to procure solar pumping units for
installation on Tube/Open wells in Khyber
Pakhtunkhwa. The proposed machinery will
be installed in collaboration with the
individual farmers or group of farmers on
cost sharing basis. Out of total expenditure
to be incurred on each pumping set, the
department will contribute 50 % of the total
cost whereas rest of the 50% cost will be
borne by the farmer.
However, the recurring expenditure after
installation of the solar pumping system shall
be borne by the farmer / beneficiaries.
Besides above, Solar panels, invertor and
submersible pump will be under warranty
with the supplier and for certain period.
During warranty period the supplier will bear
most of the repair and replacement cost to
be covered under warranty.
The cost of the pumping sets and share
distribution will be as under

Shares @
Cost
Pumping Set 50%:50%
Rs in Million
(rounded)
Solar Pumps
(Shallow wells) 0.895 0.448 0.448
50-130 ft.
Solar Pumps
(Deep wells)
130-150 ft. 0.986 0.493 0.493

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150-200 ft. 1.179 0.590 0.590

200-250 ft. 1.379 0.690 0.690

250-320 ft. 1.651 0.826 0.826

After installation of solar pumping machinery,


the operational expenditure, maintenance,
repair, construction of water storage tank and
all other costs including overhead charges
shall be borne by the land owner/beneficiary
of the scheme.
Under the proposed project the department
intends to install 428 Solar pumps during
project period including 102 to be installed
on new tube wells.

Installation of “New” Tube Well and


Provision of Solar Pumping Systems

It is proposed that, those farmers who


doesn’t have sub-surface source of irrigation
water and interested to install new Tube
well, shall also be benefited by sharing the
cost of tube well installation @ 50:50%
(farmer: Govt: ) basis. The estimated cost of
the tube well installation shall be based @
Rs 1438/- per foot and in accordance with
the depths mentioned in the following tables.
During the year 2015-16, it is proposed that
102 new tube wells will be installed and
provided with solar technology for pumping
irrigation water.
Initially the cost of the installation of tube well
will be borne by the farmer and upon
successful completion of tube well, solar
pumping system of appropriate capacity will
be installed thereupon. The 50% share in the
cost of installation of tube well will be paid to
the farmer in shape of bank cheque /draft,
whereas the 50:50% shares of the farmer
and Government in Solar pumping system
will be paid directly to the supplier of the
system on successful installation of the solar
pumping system.
a) Cost of Tube well Installation and
Solar pump.
(Rupees in Millions)

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Cost of
Total Cost
Tube well
Depth of Cost of of tube
installation
Tube Well Solar well and
@ Rs 2875/-
in feet pump solar
per ft
pump

130-150 ft 0.431 0.986 1.417

150-200 ft. 0.575 1.179 1.754

200-250 ft. 0.719 1.379 2.098

250-320 ft. 0.920 1.651 2.571

b) Cost sharing of tube well and solar


pumping system

Farmer-Govt
Cost of Solar
Shares @
Depth of Tube pump and
50%:50%
Well in feet Tube Well
(rounded)

1.417 0.709 0.709


130-150 ft

150-200 ft. 1.754 0.877 0.877

200-250 ft. 2.098 1.049 1.049

250-320 ft. 2.571 1.286 1.286

The estimated cost of installation of Tube


Well (320 feet depth) is Rs 9,20,000/- as
such per foot cost of the tube well drilling
comes to Rs 2875/- (Appendix-C).
The cost of drilling has been divided into four
slabs depending upon the depth of the tube
well. The cost of installation of tube well
including drilling charges, lowering material
etc ..for different depths have been worked
out for estimating the shares of Government
and Farmers.
The distribution of Government shares will
be as under:-

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S/No Minimum Amount of Govt:
depth of Share @ 50% in
Tube well Rupees

1 150 feet 2,15,500/-


2 200 feet 2,87,500/-
3 250 feet 3,59500/-
4 320 feet 4,60,000/-

TECHNICAL FEATURE:-

There are significant variations in depth of


water-table within Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. It
varies from 10’ in some parts to even beyond
90’ in other parts. In some areas, it is
estimated that further drilling of 100 ft to 250
ft within water bearing strata shall produce
enough water to fulfill the irrigation
requirement of 10 to 40 hectares of land. To
be covered under the purview of the
activities of the project, the diameter of the
dug well /open well or Tube well should be in
accordance with the requirement of
installation of Submersible pump (to be
operated by the solar energy). Similarly, for
submersible pumps either further drilling
would be required in the open well for
lowering of the pump below water table or
tube well starting from ground level should
exist on the site. Solar pumps doesn’t
require any specific arrangements except
there should be enough secured space
available for placement/installation of silicon
cells (Solar ) panels on the ground surface
fully exposed to sun light. Water shall be
initially pumped in a small reservoir to be
constructed on the ground surface and
where from irrigation water shall be provided
to the land through water courses whenever
required.
Working of Solar pumps:-
 The solar system consists of PV array,
inverter, controller, submersible /
centrifugal pump and water tank at
ground surface.
 The PV (photovoltaic) plate receives sun
energy and directly convert into DC, the
inverter convert DC into AC.
Water pump needs AC current which is
supplied from inverter.
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the panel containing silicon cells, the
electrons in a solar cell become
energized and Photo voltaic array
converts solar energy directly into
electricity as DC and inverter converts it
into AC.
 Water is pumped from the well and stored
in an appropriate size Water tank
constructed at ground surface and
Irrigation is done from the Tank water
whenever required.
 The power from a solar system and the
volume of water pumped varies with the
amount of solar radiation.
 The pump will have its own optimum
discharge depending on the type and size
of panel/motor.

METHOD OF EXECUTION.-

The project will be executed as per


procedure proposed hereunder:

1. The concerned Agril: Engineer /


Assistant Agricultural Engineer will
invite/collect applications from land
owners interested in the installation of
solar pumping machinery on Tube /
Open wells. Wide publicity in the
newspaper indicating the laid-down
criteria of the scheme shall be made
at provincial level.
2. Each application must be provided
with following revenue documents
(duly attested by the Revenue
authorities):-
 Fard and shajra Aks of the
Agriculture (Barani / Irrigated) land
measuring an area of 20-100
Kanals (2.5-12.5 Acres) in a
compact block that confirms
ownership of the applicant
(individual or group with attorney in
favour of anyone of them). A
certificate to that effect clearly
indicating the ownership and land
holding of the applicant / group of
farmers will also be provided.
 Land Classification Certificate
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the present irrigation facility
(adequate or inadequate) will also
be required with the application.
3. A department technical committee
comprising Agricultural Engineer /
Assistant Agricultural Engineer and
Unit Supervisor of the concerned
Office will scrutinize the applications
and land ownership documents duly
verified by district revenue department
on the basis of criteria and physical
inspection of site for availing the
facility.
4. On the basis of the feasibility report to
be provided by the Unit supervisor of
the respective District and signed by
the members of the above committee
recommends an appropriate capacity
and size of solar pumping system.
5. The Assistant Agricultural Engineer
will furnish all the verified applications
received at his end with papers
attached thereto of the individual sites
to the Director Agricultural
Engineering. The Director Agricultural
Engineering will scrutinize the papers
and accord final approval to the
deserving beneficiaries keeping in
view the very objectives of the project.
6. On receipt of approval, the concerned
farmer/group of farmers will be
requested to deposit his/their share of
cost of pumping set in the local
branch of The Bank of Khyber in a
designated PLS account opened for
the purpose.
7. On confirmation of deposited amount
from the Bank, a solar unit /pumping
set of appropriate capacity and size
will be issued to the respective farmer
from the Agricultural Engineering
store by adopting proper store
procedure and installed on the Open
well/Tube well of the beneficiary /
beneficiaries.

Tube Well installation:

8. In case of installation of New Tube


Well by the farmer, the site feasibility

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report will be prepared by the above
committee constituted for installation
of solar pumping set.
9. The documents include a certificate to
the effect that the farmer concerned
/owner of the land intends to install
new tube well on his Agricultural land
where previously no tube well was
available, dully signed by the Unit
supervisor and countersigned by the
Agricultural Engineer / Assistant
Agricultural Engineer of the District
concerned.
10. An affidavit on stamp paper worth
Rs 100/- must be obtained from the
applicant before start of work to the
effect that he will be eligible for
Government shares both in Solar
Pumping System and Tube Well
installation, if he intends to install new
Tube well and fix solar pumping
system thereupon. Government
shares will not be paid in case the
farmer / beneficiary refuse to install
any one of the above two facilities.
11. After completion of tube well to the
desired depth, the committee further
will confirm the total depth of the tube
well and recommend the case for
approval to the Director Agricultural
Engineering Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
Tarnab, Peshawar, for payment of
Government shares of appropriate
amount in accordance with the depth
of bore after fulfillment of requirement
in clause-10 above.
12. The 50% Government share in
installation of new Tube Well shall
only be paid to the beneficiary after
successful installation of solar
pumping system on the said Tube
Well.

UP-GRADATION OF SOLAR PUMPING


SYSTEM:

If a farmer intends to upgrade the approved


Solar pumping system, he (the beneficiary)
will submit a written request with the
Agricultural Engineer /Assistant Agricultural

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Engineer of the respective District for up
gradation of its approved Solar pumping
system in order increase the discharge. The
authority after receipt of request will examine
the documents on file and site feasibility and
if appropriate, allow the farmer to Up-Grade
its approved solar pumping system on the
following grounds:
a) The Up gradation should at the “RISK
AND COST” of the beneficiary and
the quality and brands of the
approved solar systems must not be
changed at any cost.
b) The components needed for up
gradation should be of the same
make and brands.
c) The farmer will be bound to upgrade
the solar system through the
approved firm / supplier of the
Agricultural Engineering Department.
d) The additional cost of the material
(PV panels, Inverter, pipes, Trackers
etc…) required for Up gradation of
solar pumping system shall be borne
and settled / negotiated with the firm
by the beneficiary himself and the
Department should not be made
responsible or party to any sort of
dispute if cropped-up between the
beneficiary and the supplier.

No civil work, additional machinery and other


physical facilities are required for this project.
However, the installation of solar pumping
units and provision of allied accessories
including pipes, elbows, electric wire etc, will
be the responsibility of the supplier.
The complete Solar pumping system will be
procured by the Agricultural Engineering
Department by adopting prescribed
tendering process. The Solar pumping units
including solar panels, inverters and pumps
along with allied accessories will be stored in
the Departmental stores available in District
offices at Peshawar, Mardan, D.I.Khan, Swat
Haripur, Kohat and Bannu after proper
inspection. In accordance with the demand
from the farming community, Solar systems
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farmers by adopting in-vogue store
procedure and after approval to be accorded
by the Director Agricultural Engineering.
No governance issue will be faced during the
implementation of the project.

 Provide transport, equipment The Agricultural Engineering Department


and field machinery etc delivers its services through ten sub offices
available with the department located at Districts Peshawar, D.I. Khan,
Mansehra, Bannu, Chitral, Swat, Batkhela,
Haripur and Kohat. A skilled and well trained
staff is available to supervise installation of
the pumping machinery.
The pumping machinery procured under the
project shall be run through the skilled
operational operator to be deployed by the
farmers. However technical assistance when
necessary shall be provided by the technical
staff of Agricultural Engineering available in
the offices of the Agricultural Engineer /
Assistant Agricultural Engineers at Districts
of Mansehra, Swat, Bannu, Tarnab, Chitral
Mardan, D.I. Khan, Kohat, Haripur and
Batkhela. A local training of beneficiary of the
project shall be imparted by the supplier on
newly procured pumping Machinery to
enhance their skill of operation, maintenance
and repair.
The existing old fleet of vehicles available in
each sub offices will be utilized for operation
of the project activities. However, one new
vehicle will be purchased to be used by the
Project in-charge for inspection, monitoring
and evaluation of the project activities.

 Effect on farm income and It will have positive effects on farm income of
basis for pricing of output. the farming community. The basis for pricing
of output is based on the crop statistic for the
year 2009-10 (See Annexure III).

 Monitoring and Evaluation The Directorate of Agricultural Engineering


shall be working on the monitoring and
evaluation of the project during its
implementation period.
The Provincial monitoring committee and
Administration department will also monitor
the project in the province during the
Execution process.

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7. Capital Cost estimates. Rs.290.000 Million

Indicate date of estimation of July, 2015


project cost estimates.

 Basis of determining the capital The cost estimates is based on the approved
cost be provided. It includes tender rates received by the Agricultural
market survey, schedule rates, Engineering Department in March 2014 for
estimation on the basis of Shallow Wells and in June 2015 for Deep
previous work done. Wells.

 Provide year wise/component wise estimation of physical/financial activities :


Year wise/component wise physical activities is given in table below:
Year wise / component wise physical activities

Total Year 1 Year II Year III


Item Units
Target (2013-14) (2014-15) (2015-16)
Solar Pumps
116 116 25 91 0
(Shallow wells)
Solar pumps
210 210 0 0 210
(Deep wells)
Solar Pumps (Deep)
with installation of 102 102 0 0 102
Tube wells

Total 428 428 25 91 312

The district wise break up/ distribution of solar pumps is attached as Appendix-C.
Year wise / component wise financial activities.
(Rs. in millions)
S. Total Year I Year II Year III
Item Total Cost
No Quantity (2013-14) (2014-15) (2015-16)
(A)Solar pump
1 (Shallow well) 50- 130 ft
Government Share
@ Rs.0.448 million per
pump to be incurred on
procurement and 116 11.165 40.687 0 51.852
installation of solar
pumping unit along with
accessories.

(B)Solar pump
(Deep well) 130-320 ft.
Government Share
@ Rs. 0.493 to Rs 0.826
million per pump to be
incurred on procurement 210 0 0 135.788 135.788
and installation of solar
pumping unit along with
accessories.

130–150 ft. 55 0 0 27.115 27.115


150–200 ft. 50 0 0 29.475 29.475
200–250 ft. 55 0 0 37.923 37.923

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250–320 ft. 50 0 0 41.275 41.275
(C)Solar pump
(Deep well) 130-320 ft.
Solar Pump with Tubewell
installation Complete. 102 0 100.335 100.335
@ Rs.2875/- ft or Govt 0
Share @ Rs 1438/- per ft.

150 ft. 25 0 0 17.713 17.713


200 ft. 25 0 0 21.925 21.925
250 ft. 26 0 0 27.274 27.274
320 ft. 26 0 0 33.423 33.423

2 Procurement of Jeep/car 01 1.053 0 -- 1.053


for Monitoring
3 Advertisement charges -- 0.264 0.037 0.269 0.570
4 Computer with Printer 01 -- 0.150 -- 0.150
5 Photostat Machine 01 -- 0.150 -- 0.150

7 Stationary charges -- 0.018 -- 0.084 0.102


including Photostat
papers, toners etc.
Government cost 12.500 41.024 236.476 290.000
Farmer’s share 11.165 40.687 236.122 287.974
Total cost 23.665 81.711 472.598 577.974

Note: Detail Specifications of the Solar Pumping System is given in Annexure-II

In case of revised
project, provide:-
 Project approved history The scheme was approved by the PDWP in
along with PSDP its meeting held on 05-11-2013 at a total
allocation, releases and cost of Rs 178.500 million including Govt;
expenditure. and farmer’s share of Rs 90 million and
Rs. 88.500 million respectively. Under the
project Rs 25.000 million were allocated for
the year 2013-2014, where an expenditure
of Rs.12.500 million was incurred during the
year 2013-14. Similarly, in 2014-15 original
allocation was Rs 50.000 million where
against expenditure of Rs 41.024 million
was incurred as per same revised
allocation.. During the year 2015-16 with
the provision of additional funds to the tune
of Rs.200.000 million by the Hon: Chief
Minister, the scheme is proposed for
revision due to revised cost and change in
scope of the scheme. The total cost of the
scheme is Rs 290 .000 million.
Item-wise, year-wise actual expenditure and physical progress.
(Rs. in millions)
Actual Expenditure
S. Physical
Item Total Year I Year II Year III
No Progress
Cost (2013-14) (2014-15) (2015-16)

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Solar pump
1 (Shallow well) 50-130 ft

Government Share @ Rs.0.448


million per pump to be incurred
116 No. 51.852 11.165 40.687 --
on procurement and installation
of solar pumping unit along with
accessories.
Solar pump
(Deep well) 130-320 ft.

Government Share @ Rs.0.573


- 0.700 million per pump to be -- --- -- -- --
incurred on procurement and
installation of solar pumping unit
along with accessories.
-- --
2 Procurement of Jeep/car for 01 1.053 1.053
Monitoring
3 Advertisement charges -- 0.301 0.264 0.037 --
-- --
4 Stationary charges including -- 0.018 0.018
Photostat papers, toners etc.

5 Purchase of computer and 01 0.150 -- 0.150


printer
--
6
Purchase of Photostat machine 01 0.150 0.150
Government cost 53.524 12.500 41.024 --
Farmer’s share 51.852 11.165 40.687 --
Grand Total 105.376 23.665 81.711 --
 Justification for revision Keeping in view the prevailing shortage of
of PC-1 and variation in electricity / diesel and demand of the solar
scope of project if pumps in the farming community, as
applicable. revealed from the large number of
applications received by the Agricultural
Engineering Department in response of
wide publicity in local newspaper, the
scheme is revised and confined to the
procurement and installation of solar pumps
only. However, those farmers interested in
installation of new tube well will also be
benefited under the scope of revised
scheme and the cost of installation of tube
well will also be shared @ 50% by the
Government.
 Item-wise comparison of
revised cost with the Attached as Appendix A & B
approved cost and give
reasons for variation.

 Exchange rate used to


work out FEC in the Not Applicable
original and revised PC-1
.

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8. Annual operating and mainte Annual M & R cost will be borne by the
-nance cost after completion of individual beneficiaries.
the project. Item wise annual
operating cost based on
proposed capacity utilization for
3 years.
9. Demand and Supply analysis.

 Description of product / Provision of Pumping Machinery for Productivity


services. Enhancement in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.

 Demand/supply along with Unit price is based as per approved tender rates
unit price for the last five of the Director Agricultural Engineering Khyber
years. Pakhtunkhwa during March 2013 for Shallow
Wells and in July 2015 for Deep Wells.
The approved rates are Rs.0.895 million for
solar pumping unit (shallow well) and Rs.0.986,
Rs.1.179, Rs.1.379 and Rs.1.651 for solar
pumping unit (deep wells), depending upon the
dynamic head of the well.

 Imports/Exports for the last Not Applicable.


five years alongwith unit
price (if applicable).

 Projected demand / supply Not Applicable


for 10 years.
 Proposed year-wise produ Given in the table above.
-ction and unit price of the
product.

 Existing and proposed Farmers who have already availed the


arrangements for marketing. incentive of subsidy under the Tube Wells
subsidy scheme of Agricultural Engineering
Department after 2005-06, shall not be
eligible for availing the facility of Solar
Pumping System under the scheme.
16. . Financial plan and mode of
financing
Sources of financing

(a) Equity:
Indicate the amount of equity to
be financed from each source.
 Sponsors own resources N.A.
 Federal government N.A.
 Provincial government Rs.290.000 million
 DFI’s/banks N.A.
 General public N.A.

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 Foreign Equity (indicate N.A.
partner agency)
 NGO’s/Beneficiaries N.A.
 Others N.A.

(b) Debt Not Applicable

17. Project benefits and analysis


 Financial Availability of more water for raising crops will
 Economic increase the per hectare yields/income of the
 Social benefits with farming community and thus improve their socio
indicators economic status. The project will have no
 Employment generation adverse effects on environment but would rather
(direct and indirect) be environment friendly due to provision of
 Environmental impact solar, pumps. It will have more positive impact
on environment. The area developed under this
project will have a good look. Raising of crops
/orchards and increase in vegetation will help to
reduce the environment degradation.

SWOT ANALYSIS

Strength

1. Highly qualified, well trained /skilled staff


is available with the department for
implementation of the project activities.
2. The Existing stations at Peshawar, D I
Khan, Bannu, Mardan, Chitral, Kohat
Haripur, Batkhela, Swat and Mansehra
serving the whole province.
3. The department has a good working
Experience of the execution of ADP and
other projects.
4. The department has seven workshops
each at Peshawar, D I Khan, Bannu,
Mardan, Chitral,Swat, Kohat , Batkhela
and Mansehra. These workshops will be
utilized for storage of pumping units
before installations.
5. Vast experience of foreign and locally
funded projects

Weaknesses

1. Project Approval process delays timely


execution.
2. Difficulty in Execution of the project due
to time constraint.
3. Very limited chances of in-service training

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of the technical staff.
4. Poor service Structure of the skilled staff
creates de-motivation.
5. Old field vehicles, most of which have
already spent their service life.

Opportunities:

1. Increased and sustained per acre yield


from the irrigated land.
2. Cultivation of timely crops by the tail-end
farmers with the availability of more
irrigation water.
3. Demonstration effect of the scheme
would attract the attention of more
farmers of the area to adopt the new
techniques which would result in yield
increase.
4. Trainings of staff and farmers would help
to acquire the knowledge and improve
the skills of the farmers in practicing.

Threats:

1. Socio-political and security situation in


far-off areas of the districts may not be
conducive for.
2. Normal operation and process may
cause delay in the execution of the
scheme.
3. Delay in the release of funds may cause
difficulty in achieving the target in
stipulated time.
4. Unforeseen natural disasters, such as
floods, may cause hindrance in normal
field activities.
Financial/ Economic
Analysis (with
assumptions)
Economic analysis.
 Provide taxes & duties See Annexure-I to VII
separately in the capital and
operating cost.
 Net present value (NPV) and
Benefit Cost ratio (BCR).
 Internal Economic rate of
return (IERR).
 Foreign exchange rate of the
project (Bruno’s Ratio) for
import substitute and export

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oriented projects.

Employment analysis.
 Employment generation Employment opportunities for both the
(direct and indirect). genders of the rural population will increase
with increased farming activities.
Sensitivity analysis.
 Impact of delays on project Provision of funds under the said scheme
cost and viability. should be ensured, so that targets are
achieved well in time. Hence the increased
Agricultural production will ultimately add to
the increased GDP of the Province.
18. a ) Implementation schedule
 Indicate starting and July – 1, 2013 to June – 30, 2016
completion date of the
project
 Item-wise/year-wise --
implementation schedule in
line chart correlated with the
phasing of physical
activities.
b) Result based Monitoring
(RBM) framework Indicators See Annexure- 1
in quantifiable terms,

19. Management structure and


manpower requirements
 Administrative arrangements Following Committees are constituted for
for implementation of smooth implementation of the project.
project.
Technical Committee:
i. Agricultural Engineer
ii. Assistant Agricultural Engineer of the
District.
iii. Unit supervisor of the District concerned.

TORs of the Committee:


1. To scrutinize the documents of the
farmer/applicant.
2. To prepare feasibility report of the site
before installation of solar pumping
system / installation of tube well.
3. To select appropriate size and capacity of
the solar pumping system
4. To report and verify the complete
installation of the solar system /

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installation of tube well.

Monitoring Committee:
i. Deputy Director (Head Quarter)
ii. Assistant Agricultural Engineer (Head
Quarter).
iii. Assistant Agricultural Engineer Swat

TORs of the Committee:


1. To visit the site of the farmer at different
interval during installation of tube well.
2. To verify the solar pumping set installation
in accordance with the approved system.
3. To check and monitor the performance of
the solar pumping system.

 The manpower requirements The project shall be executed through the


by skills/ profession during available staff of the Agricultural Engineering.
execution and operation of
the Project. .

 The job description, Not Applicable


qualification, experience,
age and salary of each job
may be provided.

14. Additional projects/ decisions Additional projects/decisions may be:


required
Indicate additional a. Lining of watercourses to minimize
project/decisions required to conveyance losses through irrigation
optimize the investment being system.
undertaken on the project. b. Easy and cheap availability of good quality
inputs to farmers.
c. Soil Conservation Practices to minimize
erosion and degradation of fertile soils.

15. Certificates.

 Certified that the name, designation and phone # of the officer responsible for
preparing and checking has been provided.
 Certified that the project proposal has been prepared on the basis of
instructions issued by the Planning Commission for the preparation of PC-I for
production sector projects.

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PREPARED BY (MUHAMMAD MUSA KHAN)
DEPUTY DIRECTOR,
AGRIL:ENGINEERING,
KHYBER PAKHTUNKHWA TARNAB,
PESHAWAR
PHONE # 091-2964063

CHECKED BY (HIDAYATULLAH JAN)


DIRECTOR,
AGRIL:ENGINEERING,
KHYBER PAKHTUNKHWA TARNAB,
PESHAWAR
PHONE # 091-2964063

APPROVED BY SECRETARY,
AGRICULTURE ,LIVESTOCK AND
COOPERATIVE DEPARTMENT,
GOVERNMENT OF KHYBER
PAKHTUNKHWA
PESHAWAR
PHONE # 091-9210025

Annexure-I

RESULT BASED MONITORING (RBM) FRAMEWORK INDICATORS IN


QUANTIFIABLE TERMS
Outcome
S.NO

Input Out put Target after Targeted impact


Baseline completion
indicator of Project

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1 Procurement of Irrigation of 10700 Rain fed Conversion of Provision of irrigation water
428 solar, pumps. hectares of land. /Barani rain fed land will lead to increase
/irrigated into irrigated Agriculture production and self
areas will be land will add sufficiency in food grain.
brought under more value to
irrigation thus the land and
enhancing the the enhance
per hectare production from
yield of the crops/Orchard
crops. will help in
improving the
socio-economic
condition of the
farming
community.

2 Training of farmers Irrigation water Improved land The cropping Farmers of the project area
in adaptation, Pumping cost will be development intensity will be will be educated in the modern
repair and reduced by adopting techniques enhanced. techniques being adopted in
maintenance of solar technology. learnt. Agriculture and therefore, pay
new techniques for more attention to increase
pumping sub- crop yield and Farm income.
surface water.

Annexure-II

SPECIFICATION AND PRICES OF THE SOLAR PUMPING SYSTEMS TO BE


PROCURED AND INSTALLATION OF NEW TUBE WELLS DURING THE
PROJECT PERIOD

A. COST OF SOLAR PUMPING SYSTEM

Specifications of Head Price Total cost


HP /KW Quantity
Pumping Set in feet (Rs) (Rs)

SOLAR PUMPS

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(Shallow well )
(50-130’)
Size 1.5” to 4” delivery pipe with 50-130 3 to 4 Hp 8,95,000 116 103,704,000
appropriate submersible pump
and mono crystalline Solar panel
A- grade (tier-1 manufacturer).
Must have Excellent Performance
in Low Irradiance / Sunlight,
should have maximum
Module Efficiency, Warranty: over
10 years. Generating minimum
3000 watts for discharge of 0.25
to 1.0 cusecs (425 to 1700 liters
per minute) must mention
minimum discharge per day in
gallons / day. Fitted with Dc to AC
inverter with integrated maximum
Power Point Tracking (MPPT)
system to maximize system
efficiency, having protection
against dry running, over voltage,
over load, short circuit and
overheating devices and other
necessary accessories including
delivery pipes, wire etc. Complete
solar system certified by the
international standardization
authority i.e IEC, EN ISO etc...

SOLAR PUMPS
(Deep well)
(130-320’)
Minimum 2.5” delivery pipe with 130’-150’ 4.0 KW 9,86,000 55 54,230,000
appropriate submersible pump 150’-200’ 5.5 KW 11,79,000 50 58,950,000
and mono crystalline Solar panel 200’-250’ 7.5 KW 13,79,000 55 75,845,000
A- grade (tier-1 manufacturer). 250’-320’ 7.5 KW 16,51,000 50 82,550,000
Must have Excellent Performance
in Low Irradiance / Sunlight,
should have maximum
Module Efficiency, Warranty: over
10 years. Generating minimum
5200 watts for discharge of 0.25
to 0.5 cusecs (30000-60000
gallons per day). Fitted with Dc to
AC inverter with integrated
maximum Power Point Tracking
(MPPT) system to maximize
system efficiency, having
protection against dry running,
over voltage, over load, short
circuit and overheating devices
and other necessary accessories
including delivery pipes, wire etc.
Complete solar system certified
by the international standard-
ization authority i.e TUV, IEC, EN
ISO etc...as per attached
specifications.

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Total 326 375,279,000

B. COST OF SOLAR PUMPING SYSTEM ALONG WITH INSTALLATION OF NEW


TUBE WELLS

Cost of Installation of Max:


HP Cost Total cost
Tube Well and solar Depth Quantity
/KW (Rs) (Rs)
Pumping System in feet
Cost of Solar pumping system @ Rs
0.896 million along with tube well 150 4.0 KW 14,17,000 25 35,425,000
drilling @ Rs 2875/- per foot

Cost of Solar pumping system @ Rs


1.179 million along with tube well
200 5.5 KW 17,54,000 25 43,850,000
drilling @ Rs 2875/- per foot

Cost of Solar pumping system @ Rs


1.379 million along with tube well
250 7.5 KW 20,98,000 26 54,548,000
drilling @ Rs 2875/- per foot

Cost of Solar pumping system @ Rs


1.651 million along with tube well 320 7.5 KW 25,71,000 26 66,846,000
drilling @ Rs 2875/- per foot

Total 102 200,669,000

TOTAL COST OF SOLAR PUMPING SYSTEM AND TUBE WELLS INSTALLATION

A. Cost of Solar Pumping


326 375,279,000
Systems
B. Cost of Solar Pumping
Systems along with 102 200,669,000
installation of New Tube wells

GRAND TOTAL 428 575,948,000

NOTE:

1. Detail specification of the Solar Pumping System is given in Appendix-D.

2. Out of Rs 575.948 millions to, 50% ( Rs 287.974 million) shall be borne by the
Government, whereas rest of the 50% ( Rs 287.974 0 million) shall be shared
by the farmer/ group of farmers.

3. The cost of drilling per foot has been divided into four slabs depending upon the
depth of the tube well. The distribution of Government shares will be as under:-

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S/No Minimum Drilling depth Amount of 50% Government
of Tube Well share in Rupees
1. 150 feet 2,15,500/-
2. 200 feet 2,87,500/-
3. 250 feet 3,59500/-
4. 320 feet 4,60,000/-

Example:
A farmer interested in installation of a Tube Well would be eligible for Government share
of Rs 2,15,500/- if he completes the drilling up to the depth of 150 feet. He will not be
considered eligible for the above incentive, if the drilling depth is less than 150 feet (say
149 feet).
Similarly, under second slab of depth i.e 200 feet, the farmer must complete the drilling
up to 200 feet and for less than 200 feet (say 199 feet) he will be eligible for share of
Rs 2,15,500/- and not Rs 2,87,500/-.

4. While discussing the various aspects /concept of the scheme on 10-09-2015 with the
worthy Secretary Agriculture, Livestock and Cooperative Department, it was
decided that the following amendments to be incorporated in the PC-1.

i. Initially during First phase, tube wells having water table depth upto 200 feet
would be converted into solar operated pumping systems.
ii. After achieving the targeted numbers of tube wells having water table up to
200 feet, a certificate will be provided to the Administrative department that no
further applications are available with the department therefore the Second
phase of Tube wells where under applicants having water table depth up to
250 feet would be considered for installation of solar pumping systems.
iii. Similarly, in the Third phase after achieving the target mentioned in Para-ii
above, tube wells having water table depths up to 320 feet are proposed to be
provided with the solar operated pumping systems.

 Detail of solar pumping systems design proposed to be installed during


various Phases (i.e. 1 to 3) is mentioned in Appendix-F.
 Detail of applications received as on 21-09-2015 for installation of Solar
Pumping System in different categories is attached as Appendix-G.

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Annexure-III

Basis for calculation of Incremental Benefit from


One Hectare of Irrigated Land

The installation of dug well shall enable the landowners to have an assured source of
irrigation water and thus to change over from Barani to Irrigated Agriculture. This effect
of the project is evaluated in the table below:

1. The gross incremental benefit from one hectare of land, as worked out in the table
above, is Rs. 85811.50.

2. The estimated annual expenditure on operation and maintenance (O & M) of dug


well providing irrigation water to 5 Hectares (at an average) is about 20% of the cost
of installation. Therefore, the per hectare annual O&M cost, shall be Rs.24000/-.

3. The switching over from Barani to Irrigated agriculture shall necessitate additional
expenditure on inputs like seed, fertilizer and tractor use etc. The per hectare
additional expenditure to that effect is estimated as Rs.20000/-per annum.

4. Hence the “Net Incremental Benefit” from one hectare, due to the project; shall be
the gross benefit (Rs.85811.50 of Para-1 above) reduced by the expenditure figures
(Rs.24000.00 & 20000.00 of Para-2 & 3 respectively), i.e. Rs. 41811.50, say,
Rs.42000.00.
(Source: Agricultural Statistics for Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.)

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Annexure-IV

Income of the Project


(Rs. in Million)

Indirect Income
No. of Average Area
from enhanced
S. pump sets Progressive commanded
Year crop production
No. to be Total @ 25 ha / well
@Rs.42000/ per
installed (minimum)
Hectare.
1 2013-14 25 25 625 --
2 2014-15 91 116 2900 26.250
3 2015-16 312 428 10700 121.800
4 2016-17 -- 428 10700 449.400
5 2017-18 -- 428 10700 449.400
6 2018-19 -- 428 10700 449.400
7 2019-20 -- 428 10700 449.400
8 2020-21 -- 428 10700 449.400
9 2021-22 -- 428 10700 449.400
10 2022-23 -- 428 10700 449.400
11 2023-24 -- 428 10700 449.400
12 2024-25 -- 428 10700 449.400

Note: The indirect income from enhanced crop production (last column of the
above table) on one hectare of land has been calculated as Rs.42000.00
in Annexure-IV.

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ANNEXURE-V

SUMMARY OF COST OF PROJECT


(Rs. in millions)
S. Total Cost Year I Year II Year III
Item
No Quantity Estimate (2013-14) (2014-15) (2015-16)
Solar pump
1 (Shallow well) 50-
130 ft
Government Share
@ Rs.0.448 million
per pump to be 69 30.855 11.165 19.690 0
incurred on
procurement and
installation of solar
pumping unit along
with accessories.
Solar pump
(Deep well) 130-320
ft.
Government Share
@ Rs.0.573 - 0.700
million per pump to 91 57.310 0 6.371 50.939
be incurred on
procurement and
installation of solar
pumping unit along
with accessories.
130–150 ft. 22 11.990 0 1.090 10.900
150–200 ft. 21 12.705 0 1.210 11.495
200–250 ft. 23 15.065 0 1.965 13.100
250–320 ft. 25 17.550 0 2.106 15.444
Procurement of
2 Jeep/car for 01 1.053 1.053 -- --
Monitoring
Advertisement
3
charges
-- 0.464 0.264 0.200 --
Computer with
4
Printer
01 0.150 -- 0.150 --

5 Photostat Machine 01 0.150 -- 0.150 --


Stationary charges
6 including Photostat -- 0.018 0.018 -- --
papers, toners etc.
Government cost 90.000 12.500 26.561 50.939
Farmer’s share 88.165 11.165 26.061 50.939
Total cost 178.165 23.665 52.622 101.878

ANNEXURE-VI

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CASH FLOW OF THE PROJECT

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ANNEXURE-VII

ECONOMIC INTERNAL RATE OF RETURN


AF/DF At 20% Discount Rate AF/DF At 30% Discount Rate
Annual Annual
S.No. Year Discount
cost Benefit D.F. Discount Cost Discount Benefit D.F. Discount Cost
Benefit
1 2013-14 23.665 0.000 0.833 19.713 0.000 0.769 18.198 0.000
2 2014-15 81.711 26.250 0.694 56.740 18.228 0.592 48.373 15.540
3 2015-16 472.598 121.800 0.579 273.492 70.486 0.455 215.032 55.419
4 2016-17 0.000 449.400 0.482 0.000 216.611 0.350 0.000 157.290
5 2017-18 0.000 449.400 0.401 0.000 180.209 0.269 0.000 120.889
6 2018-19 0.000 449.400 0.334 0.000 150.100 0.207 0.000 93.026
7 2019-20 0.000 449.400 0.279 0.000 125.383 0.159 0.000 71.455
8 2020-21 0.000 449.400 0.232 0.000 104.261 0.123 0.000 55.276
9 2021-22 0.000 449.400 0.193 0.000 86.734 0.094 0.000 42.244
10 2022-23 0.000 449.400 0.161 0.000 72.353 0.073 0.000 32.806
11 2023-24 0.000 449.400 0.135 0.000 60.669 0.056 0.000 25.166
12 2024-25 0.000 449.400 -0.011
Total 349.946 1085.033 281.603 669.110
NPV = 735.088 387.507
BCR = 3.101 2.376
EIRR is > 30%
Appendix –A

ITEM-WISE COMPARISON OF REVISED COST WITH THE APPROVED


COST AND VARIATION

A-SUMMARY OF APPROVED COST (Govt. Share)


(Rs. in millions)
S. Total Estimate Year I Year II
Description
#. Quantity d cost (2013-14) (2014-15)
1 SOLAR PUMPS 30 37.500 10.000 27.500

SUBMERSIBLE PUMP.
2 465
Shallow well @ 0.075 million/pump 17.000
(Government Share) 390 19.500 2.500
Deep well @ 0.120 million/pump
(Government Share)
2.720
75 6.000 3.280
DIESEL CENTRIFUGAL PUMP
3. 375
Shallow well @ 0.090 million/pump 13.680
(Government Share) 300 18.000 4.320
Deep well @ 0.150 million/pump
(Government Share)
4.100
75 7.500 3.400
4 Procurement of car for Monitoring 1 1.400 1.400 --

5 Advertisement charges -- 0.080 0.080 ---


Stationary charges including Photostat papers,
6 ---- 0.020 0.020 ---
toners etc..
Total Govt. Share 90.000 25.000 65.000

B-SUMMARY OF FIRST REVISED COST (Govt. Share)


(Rs. in millions)
Total Year III
S. Cost Year I Year II
Item Quantit (2015-16)
No Estimate (2013-14) (2014-15)
y
Solar pump
1 (Shallow well) 50-130 ft
Government Share @ Rs.0.448 million per
pump to be incurred on procurement and 69 30.855 11.165 19.690 0
installation of solar pumping unit along with
accessories.
Solar pump
(Deep well) 130-320 ft.
Government Share @ Rs.0.573 - 0.700 million
per pump to be incurred on procurement and 91 57.310 0 6.371 50.939
installation of solar pumping unit along with
accessories.
130–150 ft. 22 11.990 0 1.090 10.900
150–200 ft. 21 12.705 0 1.210 11.495
200–250 ft. 23 15.065 0 1.965 13.100
250–320 ft. 25 17.550 0 2.106 15.444
2 Procurement of Jeep/car for Monitoring 01 1.053 1.053 -- --
3 Advertisement charges -- 0.464 0.264 0.200 --
4 Computer with Printer 01 0.150 -- 0.150 --
5 Photostat Machine 01 0.150 -- 0.150 --
Stationary charges including Photostat
6
papers, toners etc.
-- 0.018 0.018 -- --

Government Share 90.000 12.500 26.561 50.939

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C-SUMMARY OF SECOND REVISED COST (Govt. Share)

S. Total Cost Year I Year II Year III


Item
No Quantity Estimate (2013-14) (2014-15) (2015-16)
(A)Solar pump
1 (Shallow well) 50- 130 ft
Government Share @
Rs.0.448 million per pump to
be incurred on procurement 116 51.852 11.165 40.687 0
and installation of solar
pumping unit along with
accessories.

(B)Solar pump
(Deep well) 130-320 ft.
Government Share @
Rs. 0.493 to Rs 0.826
million per pump to be
incurred on procurement 210 135.788 0 0 135.788
and installation of solar
pumping unit along with
accessories.

130–150 ft. 55 27.115 0 0 27.115


150–200 ft. 50 29.475 0 0 29.475
200–250 ft. 55 37.923 0 0 37.923
250–320 ft. 50 41.275 0 0 41.275
(C)Solar pump
(Deep well) 130-320 ft.
Solar Pump with Tubewell
installation Complete. @ 102 100.335 0 100.335
Rs.2875/- ft or Govt Share 0
@ Rs 1438/- per ft.

150 ft. 25 17.713 0 0 17.713


200 ft. 25 21.925 0 0 21.925
250 ft. 26 27.274 0 0 27.274
320 ft. 26 33.423 0 0 33.423

2 Procurement of Jeep/car for 01 1.053 1.053 0 --


Monitoring
3 Advertisement charges -- 0.570 0.264 0.037 0.269
4 Computer with Printer 01 0.150 -- 0.150 --
5 Photostat Machine 01 0.150 -- 0.150 --

7 Stationary charges including -- 0.102 0.018 -- 0.084


Photostat papers, toners etc.
Government cost 290.000 12.500 41.024 236.476

Appendix-B

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COMPARISON OF REVISED COST WITH THE APPROVED COST AND
REASONS FOR VARIATION

(Rs. in millions)
Estimated Estimated
S.
approved approved Variation Reason
No Description
cost cost in Cost
.
(1st Revised) ( 2nd Revised)
The variation is due change of scope
1 of the scheme. An additional amount
of Rs 200.000 million was allocated by
the directives of the Hon Chief
SOLAR PUMPS AND Minister Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.
INSTALLATION OF 88.165 287.974 +199.809
TUBE WELLS Moreover, installation of new Tube
wells is also made a part of the project
activities and would also be covered
under Government-Farmers shares @
50-50% basis

Procurement of Car (Cultus) for


4 1.053 1.053 0 No Change
Monitoring

5 Advertisement charges 0.464 0.570 +0.106


Variation is due difference in the
estimated cost in the PC-1 and actual
Stationary charges including expenditure incurred.
6 0.018 0.102 +0.084
Photostat papers, toners etc..

7 Computer and printer 0.150 0.150 0


No change
8 Photostat Machine 0.150 0.150 0

Variation due to allocation of


additional funds to the tune of Rs
90.000 290.000 +200.000- 200.000 million under the directives
Total Govt: Share of Hon: Chief Minister Khyber
Pakhtunkhwa

Total Farmers’ share 88.165 287.974 +199.809 Variation in Farmer share is due to
change in scope of the scheme

Grand Total 178.165 577.974 +399.809 Variation in grand total is due to


change in scope of the scheme

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APPENDIX-C
ESTIMATED COST OF INSTALLATION OF TUBE WELL
(Depth: 320 feet)
S.NO PARTICULARS COST IN RUPEES
1. Shifting charges of Drilling Machinery to the site 25,000/-
Cost of Drilling charges @ rate of Rs, 192 per ft.
2. (excluding cost of Diesel) 61,440/-
192*320
Cost of 120 ft. Length of filter 10 inches dia, PVC
3. Class D,wall thickness 14.3mm size of slots 1,20,000/-
0.75mm @ rate of 1000/ft (120x1000)
Cost of 200 Blind pipe 10 inches dia, PVC Class D
4. 2,00,000/-
Wall thickness 14.3mm @rate of 1000 per ft.
5. Cost of Bail plug 5560/-
Cost of shrouding material @ rate of Rs 4000 per
6. 32,000/-
100 ft3 for a total of 800 ft3
7. Cost of development charges by compressor 52,000/-
Cost of Diesel @ rate of 7 litres per running ft.
8. Approximately (subject to nature of strata) 2,,24,000/-
7*320*100
Transportation charges of Diesel to site
9. 30,000/-
(approximately)
Bentonite clay approximately 4 tons @ rate of
10. 1,20,000/-
Rs 30000/ton
Unforeseen expenditure (sudden repairs, faults /
11. 50,000/-
labour cost etc.)
Grand Total Rs 9,20,000/-

 The above mentioned rough cost estimate is submitted for the purpose of calculation of total
cost involved in drilling of tube well.
 As per S.O.P of Agricultural Engineering Department, the Department is responsible for
providing free advisory/technical services for drilling process.
 Agricultural Engineering Department is responsible for drilling of tube well through its
technical staff and drilling machinery, ensuring best possible results.
 The procurement of materials / pumping machinery mentioned above will be the
responsibility of farmer/client department in consultation with technical staff of Agricultural
Engineering Department as for quality / quantity is concerned.
 Construction of pumping house is considered optional and mandate of Works & services
department. The estimated cost of 10x10 feet pump house comes to Rs 1,60,000/-

NOTE:
The estimated cost of installation of Tube Well is worked out as Rs 9,20,000/- as such the
per foot cost (including drilling charges , lowering material etc... except pump) comes to
920000/320 = Rs 2875/- .

ANNEXURE-VIII

SPECIMEN
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APPLICATION FOR INSTALLATION OF PUMPING SET ON OPEN WELL /
TUBEWELL UNDER THE SCHEME “ PROVISION OF PUMPING MACHINERY
FOR PRODUCTIVITY ENHANCEMENT IN KHYBER PAKHTUNKHWA”

To

The Agricultural Engineer / Assistant Agricultural Engineer,


District _______________

Sir,

I/We own ___________________ acres of land in Village _______________


District_____________ but it is not being properly utilized for want of irrigation water.
I /We already have an Open well /Tube well but due to high cost of pumping set I/We
am/are unable to lift sub surface water for irrigation purpose. It is therefore requested
that I/We may kindly be considered for allotment of Solar pumping set of appropriate
size and capacity under the above scheme.
The particulars are as under:-

1. Name(s) of applicant(s) ______________________


2. CNIC # _____________________________
3. Postal address ________________________________________
4. Exact locality where the Open well / Tube well is located ___________
a) Name/No. of the village ____________ P.O. _____________
b) Distance from the nearest Tube-well ______________
c) Depth of the water table in the existing Open well /Tube well ____________Feet
5. Total area owned by the applicant(s):-__________Acres..
i. Barani ________ acres.
ii. Other than barani _________ acres.

Dated ____________ Signature of applicant/applicants

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APPENDIX-D
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

SOLAR PUMPING SYSTEMS

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DESCRIPTION
SPECIFICATIONS
1. PV PANELS
i. Manufacturer
ii. Model
iii. Country of origin
iv. Type: Mono Crystalline A- grade
(Tier-1 manufacturer)
v. Out Put 180 Watts/300Watts
vi. Number of Cells per Panel 60-72 minimum
vii. Must have Excellent Performance in Low Irradiance / Sunlight
viii. *
Tested certified by TUV under the international standards like IEC 61730-
1:2007,EN 61730-2:2007, IEC 61215:2005,EN61215:2005 etc….
ix. Panel frame thickness should be >30 mm
x. Output Tolerance max (+)(-) 3%
xi. Panel peak power at STC should be 30% more than the maximum
required input of power of the motor power consumption.
Example: (for 4 KW motor):
Solar Panel output= 4 KW x 1.3 = 5.2 KW
(assumed 1 hp = 1000 watts instead of 746 watts)
2. SUBMERSIBLE PUMP
i. Manufacturer
ii. Model
iii. Country of origin
iv. Submersible Pump having standard ISO-9906 Specifications suitable for
installation in tube wells / open wells for clear water discharge.
v. Pump shall comprise of bowl assembly and non return valve.
vi. Casing / diffuser, impeller, driving shaft, sleeves, coupling, screen, cable
gaurd should be made of stainless steel
vii. Non-return valve as per standard specification.
viii. Pump efficiency minimum 65%
ix. Origin, make and material of motor should be clearly mentioned.
x. Motor should be in accordance with NEMA standard.
xi. Motor should be three-phase (AC), operating at 380 volts (+)(-) 10% at 50
Hz..
3. INVERTER (DC to AC)
Manufacturer
Model
Country of origin
Built-in MPPT, voltage frequency regulation, overloads protection along with
input and output voltage ranges. The inverter should be tested and certified by
the international standards.
4. TRACKERS / MOUNTING STRUCTURE
Manual Tracker should meet the following specifications. It should have the
provision for vertical (east to west) and seasonal tilt adjustment.
i. Suitable for 2-2.5 KW PV Panels easily movable in multi directions having flange
with bearing balls ½” & angle adjustment.*
ii. Base steel cage 3/4" MS Rod 3.5 feet high with bolts for strong earth grouting
iii. Pillar Pipe 5~6 mm, with 5.5" dia, base plate 15"x15"x1/2" with 04 Nos: of
supports.

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iv. Supporting ribs for PV, thickness 5 mm, dia 4 inches pipe & 24x12x1/4 two side
plates.
v. MS Angle 2"x2"x1/4" side ribs.
vi. MS Angle 2x2x1/4" for panel mounting
vii. Powder Coated or Epoxy coating to avoid rusting in tough environment
viii. Galvanized Nuts, Bolts & Washers for tracker fitting
ix. Strong enough to withstand high wind of over 130 Km /hour & severe weather
conditions dully warranted..
5. CABLE
i. The wires should have 99.9% copper
ii. Cable should have double insulation
iii. The wiring must be protected by PVC conduits for underground
installations.
iv. Provided with circuit breaker between panels and inverter having suitable
ampere rating.
v. Submersible flat electrical cable should be made of 99.9% copper with
double PVC, flexible and must undergone quality testing as per BSS
standards. Conductor, Insulation resistance, pressure and spark test
reports should be provided.

6. COLUMN PIPES
i. MS pipes with flanges (nuts and Bolts) arrangement, thickness of pipe
should be minimum 3 mm with minimum 10 feet length per pipe, painted
with anti-corrosive colour.
ii Flange thickness shall be minimum 16-20 mm and have grooves / slots
for cable passage. Flanges / pipes should be threaded, fitted and welded
perfectly perpendicular to the axis of the pipe.

Annexure-G

Procured/ installed during To be procured /


S/No Item 2013-14 & 2014-15 installed during
2015-16
(A)Solar pump
1 (Shallow well) 50- 130 ft
Government Share @ Rs.0.448 116
million per pump to be incurred
on procurement and installation

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of solar pumping unit along with
accessories.

(B)Solar pump
(Deep well) 130-320 ft.
Government Share @ Rs. 0.493
to Rs 0.826 million per pump to --
be incurred on procurement and 210
installation of solar pumping unit
along with accessories.

130–150 ft. -- 55
150–200 ft. -- 50
200–250 ft. -- 55
250–320 ft. -- 50
(C)Solar pump
(Deep well) 130-320 ft.
Solar Pump with Tube well --- 102
installation Complete with Govt:
Share @ Rs 1438/- per ft.

150 ft. -- 25
200 ft. -- 25
250 ft. -- 26
320 ft. -- 26
Total: 116 312
Grand Total
Shallow Solar pump+ Deep Solar Pumps = 428 Nos

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