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C a p i ta l C o m p l e x

Competition

design brief

APCRDA, Lenin Centre, Govenorpet, Vijayawada, 520002, India


CONTENTS

1. Introduction 7
2. Vision Statement 11
3. Competition for Design of Capital Complex 15
3.1 Competition Structure 16
3.2 Design Approach 17
3.3 Key Considerations 18
4. Project Context 21
4.1 Location 22
4.2 Capital Region Plan 24
4.3 City Masterplan 26
4.4 Site delineation in relation to Government City & Justice City 28
5. Regional & Cultural Context 31
5.1 Local landscape 32
5.2 Historical points of reference 33
5.3 Arts & Crafts of the region 34
5.4 Local Architectural character 35
6. Proposed Site & Analysis 37
6.1 Surrounding area - Existing land cover, roads, settlements 38
6.2 Surrounding area - Proposed roads, land uses 39
6.3 Site in Relation to Government & Justice Cities 40
6.4 Surrounding area - Topography 41
6.5 Surrounding area – Ridges & Valleys; Slope Analysis 42
6.6 Regional area - Seismic conditions 43
6.7 Climate 44
6.8 Site Coordinates 45
6.8 Surrounding area - Soil Analysis 46
6.9 Project area - Identified Site for Capital Complex 47
7. Project Components & Detailed Area Statement 49
7.1 Component List 50
7.2 Legislature 53
7.3 High Court 62
7.4 Secretariat 111
7.5 Secreteriat and HOD Department Grouping 137
7.6 Government Offices – Autonomous HOD & HOD 148
7.7 Government of India (GOI) Offices 148
7.8 Raj Bhavan 149
7.9 Consolates of Various Countries 150
7.10 Amaravati House (State Guest House) 150
7.11 Chief Minister’s Residence 151
7.12 Cabinet Ministers Residence 151
7.13 MLA & MLC’s Residence 152
7.14 Chief Justice Residence 152
7.15 Judge’s’ Residence 153
7.16 AIS Officers’ Residence 153
7.17 Gazetted Officer’s Quarters 154
7.18 Non-Gazetted Officer’s Quarters 154
7.19 Class IV Officer’s Quarters 155
7.20 Governmen of India Employees Residential Quarters 155
7.21 Open Space Components 156
7.22 Other Supporting Activities 157
8. Case Studies 159
8.1 High Court buildings 160
8.2 Legislature buildings 165
8.3 Secretariat buildings 171
9. Submission Requirements 175
9.1 Scope of work 176
9.2 Deliverables 176
9.2a Format for submission 177
10. Evaluation Criteria 179
11. Other considerations 183
11.1 Applicable Codes and Design Standards 184
11.2 Council of Architecture Registration 184
11.3 Team composition 184
11.4 Parameters of the Competition 185
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Capital Complex Design Competition Brief

This dossier sets out the competition Master Plan of Capital City has been prepared to
brief for the design of the Capital Complex, a synthesize best features of contemporary urban
367.26Ha area of the Capital that will house it’s planning, sustainability, technology, and effective
most iconic landmarks. The following chapters governance to create an inclusive, highly livable
outline the project context, technical specifications world class urban eco system, providing ideal
and information on the requirements of the work-home-play relationship in Indian context.
competition. The 217 sq.km expanse of Capital City is planned
to be developed in phases, as a smart city with
Government of Andhra Pradesh has implementation of urban infrastructure in tandem
initiated process of planning and development with growth of the new Capital City.
of “People’s Capital of Andhra Pradesh”, a world
class new Capital City for Andhra Pradesh , named
as ‘Amaravati’. The site for proposed Capital City
with an area of approx 217 sq.km., is located
between existing cities of Vijayawada & Guntur, in
Andhra Pradesh, India. The Capital City has been
named ‘Amaravati’ due to close proximity of new
Capital City to historically significant Buddhist
archaeological heritage sites at Amaravati village,
located within the Capital City Region.

Government of Andhra Pradesh’s vision


for new Capital City is to create a vibrant, inclusive,
modern city for 2.5 million people ; a symbol of
pride & achievement for people of Andhra Pradesh. Amaravati stupa relief

Location of capital: Indian context


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Andhra Pradesh is a state bordering India’s • Area: 160,205 km²


southeastern coast. Tropical forests, rivers, hills and • Population: 49.67 million (2011)
caves make it a popular ecotourism destination. • Number of Districts: 13
Beaches line the Bay of Bengal, offering spots for • Length of Coastline: 974km
swimming and surfing. Major cultural landmarks
include Tirumala Venkateswara Temple, an ornate
hilltop shrine to Hindu’s Vishnu, in the southern
part of the state. It’s visited by tens of millions of
pilgrims annually.

Capital Region: Radial Corridor Growth Strategy Plan


Please note that all drawings relating to the masterplan in this document are subject to change.
Drawings in electronic format will be supplied to all teams.

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The proposed Capital Complex of civic recreational facilities ( indoor & outdoor) ,
Capital City (seat of governance & administrative restaurants, F&B (food and beverage), retail etc for
hub) is envisioned as a contemporary, smart, visitors, people, employees of Capital Complex.
green and sustainable urban environment, with Capital Complex shall not be merely a cluster
both physical & symbolic relationship with its of administrative buildings, but shall provide
environmental and cultural context, r e f l e c t i n g complete eco-system for government to function
democratic and inclusive values of people and the effectively to serve the people, and act as
state. The Capital Complex, apart from housing facilitator for people of State. The ripple effect
buildings for apex institutions of Legislative, of development of Capital Complex on the
Executive & Judiciary of state of Andhra Pradesh, surrounding areas of the Capital City and beyond
shall act and serve as a landmark central, grand , shall be profound.
public space of the new Capital City with unique
architectural and urban design language suitable A key aspect of Capital Complex design
for the functional and symbolic requirements of shall be creation of riverfront design, seamlessly
the Capital Complex. integrated (aesthetically, physically and
functionally) with Capital Complex development.
The Capital Complex shall not only act as The architects need to include a well known
a place to conduct business, but shall also attain landscape architect / designer as part of their
the status of a landmark public place for a much team for this project, as landscape design at
larger region, for the people of Andhra Pradesh to macro and micro level shall be integral part of
celebrate, participate and interact. The beautiful concept design of Capital Complex.
location of Capital Complex along Krishna river,
provides a unique opportunity for development
of large vibrant public realm and a skyline
defining the new capital city’s iconic architectural,
urban design and landscape character along the
riverfront.

The Capital Complex shall house buildings


for key institutions of state like State Assembly,
State Secretariat, High Court, Raj Bhavan (
Governor’s Residence), along with VIP Housing
Enclave, Govt Housing, etc. along with ceremonial
public space, civic plaza , river front dev., large
landscaped greens etc. Capital Complex
area shall also include space/area/buildings
for MICE (meetings, incentives, conferencing
and exhibitions) facilities for Govt & public use,
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Andhra Pradesh ‘Capital Region from Commencement of Design Competition,


Development Authority’ (AP CRDA) is apex as per Schedule given in Section 11 of this
government authority for planning and document.
implementation of new Capital City. The Capital
Complex, spread across the Government and CRDA shall host site visit, meeting and
Justice Cities, shall be the heart of ‘Amaravati’ , workshop for the participating teams of architects,
and the most important public node for people and shall provide all required information &
to relate to in the overall vision of Capital City. clarifications. The invited architects, after required
AP CRDA intends to develop the architectural study/site visit/understanding/analysis of project
design for Capital Complex with participation of information shall prepare & submit Concept
few selected, leading global architects to enable Design for Capital Complex in a period of 2
larger and wider creative engagement to explore months. This shall include deliverables indicated
diverse design approaches & ideas leading to in Section 9 of this document.
finalization of concept architectural design for
Amaravati Capital Complex. This process shall As part of the submission of Architectural Design
also provide a unique opportunity to the selected Competition all invited architects , along with
architects to engage with the vibrant ambiance the Competition Deliverables , shall also submit
of development in Andhra Pradesh and it’s a Technical ( team, deployment & schedule
rich cultural heritage, providing them valuable structure) and a Financial (Fee & terms) Proposal
insights on contemporary needs, appreciation for next stage of Design Consultancy for this
and aspirations of Indian audience, which shall project, to be considered if the architect’s design
be highly relevant in shaping forthcoming is selected. CRDA shall issue the Scope of work
architectural and urban development projects in and schedule of Deliverables for the next stage
India, including other projects of Capital City. of design consultancy work, to enable architects
to prepare and submit the said Technical &
Financial proposals. CRDA shall issue this in
3.1 competition December 2015 after commencement of Design
Competition.
structure
Jury appointed by CRDA shall review
In view of the above, AP CRDA has Concept Designs submitted by each architect,
proposed a single stage competition for and select one Concept Design proposal for
preparation of Architectural Design of Capital implementation. The architect of selected
Complex for Capital City. For this design Concept Design shall be awarded the project, for
competition, AP CRDA has selected three well next stage of Detailed Design. The other architects
known leading global architects, with distinctive shall be paid participation fees by CRDA.
creative architectural design approach, and vast
experience in design of public projects all over
the world. The proposed design competition shall
be in single stage, and after their confirmation on
participation the invited architects shall constitute
their respective teams with required designers &
domain experts, and inform CRDA on the same.
The architects need to include a well known
landscape architect / designer as part of their
team for this project, as landscape design at
macro and micro level shall be integral part of
concept design of Capital Complex. Architects
shall submit their design proposal in 2 months
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3.2 design approach Complex at Building Level – Concept Architectural


Design of the buildings of the Capital Complex.
Invited architects shall prepare their respective Architects shall develop Concept Design,
Concept Design for Capital Complex, and shall present their concepts through area
post their study and analysis of site & its level plans, site level plans, site sections, views,
environmental conditions, understanding etc illustrating overall holistic Concept Design of
functional requirements at site & building level, proposed Capital Complex and its relationship
understanding user categories & key govt. with Capital City Plan , addressing the area /
working processes at site & building level, space program. The Capital Complex Site Plans
expectations of Govt./ CRDA, study of cultural shall exhibit proposed landscape concept, urban
& architectural heritage of the region, study of design, built form- open space pattern. The
proposed Capital City Master Plan, discussions plans shall illustrate proposed spatial order of
with CRDA, etc. AP CRDA shall organize site visit, all Capital Complex buildings - their locations,
meetings and workshops for the participating orientation, scale, , vehicular & pedestrian
teams of architects, and shall provide all required flows, etc. , and indicate the proposed transport
information. network and pedestrian movement patterns.
Site level Concept plans shall indicate planning
Architects are expected to explore and prepare of Ceremonial Public Space, Civic Plaza , River
Concept Design for Capital Complex on site front development, landscaped greens etc. along
indicated for Capital complex in Capital City with location & size of MICE facilities for Govt &
Master Plan. The intent of this effort is to explore public use, civic recreational facilities ( indoor &
best possible design strategy for the Capital outdoor) , restaurants, F&B, retail etc. Concept
Complex, to increase its prominence in Capital Design proposal shall include Urban Design,
City Master Plan and to provide unique distinctive Landscape, Infrastructure plans, Key node/areas
character to the overall Capital City development, detail site plans, area level 3D views, 3D physical
with Capital Complex as major central landmark model, etc.
of Capital City.
Architects are expected to prepare Concept Architects shall prepare Concept building
Design for Capital Complex based on their overall plans for key Capital Complex buildings like
vision for Capital City and Capital Complex, and State Assembly, State Secretariat, High Court,
its physical, social and cultural context. Concept Raj Bhavan ( Governor’s Residence), along with
Design Proposal is expected to be conceptualized typical / outline indicative designs for VIP Housing
holistically, at three broad levels/ hierarchies: & Govt Housing. with respective site plans , area
program, flow diagrams, floor plans / sections/
1. Area Level : Concept Design of Capital
elevations/3Ds of proposed key buildings, details
Complex at Area Level as City’s ceremonial, central
of proposed architectural character of buildings
civic place, planned within the Government &
(architectural and urban design language for
Justice Cities, designed as city’s central major
overall Capital Complex- scale, detail, massing,
public space with Krishna river front as backdrop,
order, material, texture, color, etc) , building level
and the Capital Complex space extending into
area program and built-up area details, etc .
the city along the Central Axis.
Concept Design of Capital Complex design shall
2. Site Level : Concept Design of Capital include proposed concept of waterfront design,
Complex at Site Level with Capital Complex seamlessly integrated (aesthetically, physically
planned as a central major public space defined and functionally) with overall Capital Complex
by key landmark Civic built forms like Assembly, development, and the same shall be part of
Secretariat, Raj Bhavan, and High Court etc, with landscape design of Capital Complex.
Krishna river front as backdrop.
3. Building Level : Concept Design of Capital

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Architects are expected to consider some 3. Symbol of Democracy


key aspects of the place, people and intent of
proposed Capital Complex and are encouraged Capital City, more importantly the proposed
to study the overall context of this project. Capital Complex shall be the symbol of democratic
aspirations of the people of people of Andhra
Pradesh. The design of overall built environment
3.3 key considerations of Capital Complex and its built forms, spaces,
etc need to be evolved with due regard to the
vibrant, democratic , participative and inclusive
Some key considerations in this regard are: character of Indian democratic system. Excessive
order, regimentation is not part of typical Indian
value system. Typically, architectural forms, of
1. Symbolic Connection & Identity large / monumental scale with creative engaging
dynamic play of mass & space, light &shadow,
The industrious and proud people of Andhra color & texture draw respect, understanding and
Pradesh, with a new state but without a Capital, appreciation. Intimidating scale and character,
are seeking a ‘place of their own ’ as a symbol of ultra simplistic or ultra complex, inert architectural
their culture, pride and identity. The proposed forms are not understood or appreciated.
Capital City and its central node- the Capital Architects are encouraged to consider and
Complex , shall be the physical manifestation understand sensitivities of Indian audience in this
of this strong urge and emotional desire of the regard.
people of Andhra Pradesh to re-connect to
their soil / region with new vigor. The design of 4. Cost & Feasibility of Fast Track Construction
Capital Complex needs to evolve from this strong
ambition and emotional connect of the people to Govt. of Andhra Pradesh intends to initiate
this project implementation of Capital Complex immediately,
and complete it in next three years. Architects
2. Environmental Context are advised to therefore consider feasibility of
fast paced construction in their design, along
The proposed Capital City, and its central node- with availability /appropriateness of suggested
the Capital Complex have been intentionally building materials/ specifications, etc to enable
planned along the Krishna river to create a new fast paced construction schedule. Cost of
vibrant city along a long water front. Design of construction needs to be a key consideration.
Capital Complex needs to utilize the potential of Proposed Capital Complex shall not be a low cost
this excellent site, its high visibility from both sides project, however optimization in construction
of river and create architectural forms based on cost is vital to ensure sustainability of the overall
the site’s potential, to influence the overall Capital project. Architects are advised to consider this
City’s Plan and urban design character. Climatic objective in their design, and effect it through
conditions, weather patterns and soil condition their proposed construction system, building
need to be adequately considered in design of materials/ specifications, etc for the project.
buildings to ensure sustainability and feasibility,
and optimization in energy consumption and 5. These following themes should be
project cost. considered in the spatial clustering or grouping
of various departments of the Secretariat:
Cultural & architectural heritage of the • Govenance
region needs be adequately studied for due • Industry and Infrastructure
consideration, appropriate use in creation of • Local Bodies
design for Capital Complex with contemporary/ • Primary Sectors
modern architectural vocabulary & expression, • Social
with required identity.
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6. ‘Vastu Shastra’ or ‘Vastu’ is a traditional 11. Being the new state capital in the making,
Hindu system of Architecture with guidelines the capital complex should reflect culture and
related to spatial organization and geometry, heritage of whole state.
orientation, ground preparation, layout etc. The
cultural significance of Vastu in India, in particular 12. Quality and fine tuning to be kept in
in Andhra Pradesh, is similar to the prominence mind in taking the design from concept to
of Feng shui in China. The designers should bear implementation.
this in mind and consider broad Vastu principles 13. Appropriate place making strategies
in their design proposals. The following are some are to be adopted to make the capital complex
Vastu guidelines prescribed by CRDA’s Vastu attractive to public, visitors, tourists; while
advisor: satisfying the security concerns of the major
• Main center of power or control to be in the government institutions. Spaces for relaxation,
South-West sector of the site or particular eateries, recreation are to be created as
part of the site, with access from North. From supporting activities of the complex.
this point, various components of the project 14. Security system is one of the major
could be organized in terms of hierarchy of concern for any public building in India. Visible
importance. security system has reverse impact on the
• In terms of Massing of buildings, tallest overall visual appearance of built form. The
buildings may be in South-West sector to level of security of proposed Capital Complex is
create shade from the South-West afternoon considered very high level at same time it involves
sun. a lots of public movement within campus. While
preparing concept plan there is need to develop
• Built form may align with the Cardinal an international level of security system with all
directions (North, South, East, West) modern technology. Simultaneously security
system should be people friendly. A whole security
• Order of priority in terms of orientation for system should be design such a way that it take
Main Entrances to buildings – i. East- North cares of high, medium and low all kind of spaces
East , ii. North –North East, iii. True East, iv. with minimum direct interaction with public.
South – South East, v. True North, vi. West – Concept may explain the ideology of security
North West, vii. True South, viii. True West system and policing with in the campus. Level of
• No of doors & Windows (Entry) for buildings security system is based on the active movement
to be in ‘even’ number of public and movement of VIPs. Security system
of individual buildings like Assembly, Secretariat,
7. Design strategies for Energy efficiency High court, HODs, and other government offices
and sustainability are to be proposed. may be integrated as an individual security system
of whole Capital Complex.
8. Parking is to be adequately
accommodated, for employees, visitors and
public.

9. Workplace design: Designers are to keep


in mind latest concepts in spatial imagination
workplace. Designs are to provide for
incorporation of e- office, virtual office concepts.
Any other Modern workplace design trends could
also be considered.

10. Capital complex is to conceptualised as


modern Administration and governance hub for
the 21st century. It is to become the anchor for
development of the capital city.
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4.1 Location
The Amaravati Capital Region’s location
at the heart of Andhra Pradesh, it’s
proximity with the nearby big cities and
central location along India’s eastern
coastline sets up the Capital Region’s
intrinsic role as the new Gateway of East
India and also as an access point to the
Mekong Region. Air, Rail, Road and water
infrastructure connect the Capital region
with the nearest landlocked cities giving
the Capital Region a key advantage with
great trade potential.
Centrally located Capital Region
Post bifurcation of erstwhile United
Andhra Pradesh into Telangana and
Andhra Pradesh resulted in the challenge
for Andhra Pradesh to create a new capital
in ten years time. Not just a capital city, the
new state will now have to maximize it’s
potential to establish itself as a ‘growth
centre’, targeting growth in the areas of
finance, IT and tourism

Economic diversity Tourist destinations


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Andhra Pradesh - Key Transport Connections

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4.2 Capital Region plan

A Mega City and Central Planning Area


The New Capital City and Vijayawada will
grow as twin cities in the future due to their
close proximity. The diverse economy of
the two cities will compliment each other
and ultimately emerge as a Mega City
Development of Regional Centres
Seven existing Urban centres within a
radius of 30-45kms from the Capital City
are identified as second-tier commercial
centres after the main central business
district. These Regional Centres will
decentralize the functions and services
of the Capital City , helping to alleviate
congestion there and to bring the
workplace closer to peoples’ homes.
Development Corridors
Development Corridors connect the
Capital City and the Regional Centres.
The development Corridors provide
opportunity for linear developments
with Special Use Developments such as
clean industries, Infrastructure projects,
logistics based activities are allowed
along these corridors.
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4.3 city masterplan • These green spaces can be used for • At the same time, it becomes critical to
numerous F&B activities such as canteens, maintain the security and allow flexibility
The Capital city Detailed Master plan coffee shops, alfresco dinning, etc. in of the spaces to increase security as and
integrates the various city layers as one addition to functioning as a park where when required.
comprehensive land-use plan that will people can spend their leisure time.
guide future developments within the
city. The Zoning Map is an implementable
plan which identifies specific zoning
districts within the Capital city based
on their predominant land use, and the
desired intensity and building height for
that area.

In addition to Zoning Map, the draft


masterplan also suggests the following
placemaking strategies for the
government area which may be useful:
• The frontage of the buildings facing the
central green space are designed to be
vehicle free. Vehicle access is restricted
to the rear side not fronting the central
green space.
• Physical barriers between the
government buildings and the green
central park should be avoided as far
as possible in order to allow people
to experience and be as close the
government functions as possible. Diagram illustrating placemaking strategies for Amaravati Government Node
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4.4 site delineation in relation to


Government and Justice Cities

Within the Amaravati capital area nine The project area runs down the city’s
themed ‘cities’ will focus major civic, main north-south axis which is delineated
cultural and economic activity throughout by the Kondapalli and Neerukonda hill
the Capital. While township and regions beyond the city liits. Stretching
neighbourhood level land-use will still across the Government and Justice
be provided uniformly across the capital, Cities, the site forms the Capital’s primary
these nine themed cities will distribute axis and will house the Capital’s major
Capital-level activity, helping to diversify civic and legal centres; namely the High
economic activity and creating a polly- Court (Justice City), Legislature and
centric urban area. Secretariat (Government City) which will
form Amaravati’s primary landmarks.
The 9 themes are Government, Justice,
Health, Sports, Electronics, Media.
Knowledge, Finance and Tourism. The
proposed Capital Complex is spread
across Government City and Justice City.
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- Location of project area

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5.1 Local Landscape

The site for the Capital Complex is set amidst


rich natural landscape. The area has thriving
agricultural activities and is richly endowed with
fertile alluvial soil being on the banks of the Krishna
river. Krishna District is divided into upland and
delta zones; the delta region offers fertile land
for agriculture towards the coastline. The uplands
consist mostly of hill forests many of which have
riligious significance and occupy temples.

Agricultural landscape

Setting of the Envisioned Capital city in relation to Krishna River


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5.2 Historical points


of reference
Historically the earliest mention of Andhra appears Mauryan empire. The Satavahanas were patrons of
in Aitareya Brahmana (B.C.800), and since then Hinduism, the ancient temple of Amaralingeshwara
several dynasties made spectacular contributions (Shiva) gave the name of Amararamam to the
in the field of art, culture , architecture, music city. Hence, the city of Amaravathi is named after
etc, leading to rich cultural ethos and heritage of Amareswara Swamy Temple.
current Andhra Pradesh.

There are important archaeological sites in and


around the Capital City area such as Amaravati
village, Undavalli and Ghantasala. These
can become interesting historical points of
reference while conceptualizing the Amaravati
Capital Complex. Amaravati was a seat of
Buddhism prior to the rise of Satavahanas, and a
stupa and monastery were built there during the
reign of Emperor Ashoka (269-232 BC) under

Amareswara Swamy Temple Amaravati stupa relief c.200 BC

Remains of the Amaravathi Stupa c.200 BC

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5.3 arts & crafts of the


region
Andhra Pradesh has the distinction of being
blessed with several important categories of
Indian handicrafts practiced in their traditional
locations spread over different parts of
the state. These include Nirmal painting,
leather puppet- making, wooden toy, c rafts
like the Kalamkari work, hand loom textile ,etc.
A recognized ancient language, Telugu is
the official language of Andhra Pradesh. It h a s
rich and deep roots in literature, music, dance
and other forms of art and culture. The cultural
heritage of Andhra Pradesh is rich with classical
and folk arts ranging from the ballad
singing ‘Burrakatha’ to the refined classical form
of ‘Kuchipudi’ dance.

Traditional textile printing

Example of leather shadow puppetry


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5.4 local architectural


character
There is a lot to learn from the vernacular
architectural traditions of the region, on use of
local materials and architecture responsive to the
hot tropical climate of the region. State of Andhra
Pradesh with long eastern coastline, blessed with
several Buddha period heritage sites, has distinct
and rich architectural traditions. This includes
building of legendary city of Amaravathi (existing
village) under Satavahanas. Amaravati stupa (a
mound forming Buddhist sacred monument),
located 50 Km south of Vijayawada town, was
built in the 3rd /2nd B.C. This site is close to
the ancient Satavahana capital, Dhanyakataka.
The Stupa , built in brick structure covered with A typical house in coastal Andhra
marble casing slabs, was the largest in the eastern
Deccan, (36.5 m across and encircled by a 4.2 m
path). Another tradition draws on the enormous
granite and lime stone reserves of the region, and
is reflected in the various temples and forts built
in Andhra region over a very long period of time.

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6.1 Surrounding Area - Existing Land Cover


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6.2 Surrounding Area - Proposed roads & land use

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6.3 Site in Relation to Government City


and Justice City
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6.6 local Area - soil & seismic conditions

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6.7 CLIMATE

The seasons of this ‘Hot-Humid’ region area:

1) Warm season between October and March

2) Hot season between April and September.

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6.9 Surrounding Area - soil analysis

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The following chapter provides detailed these buildings will form the major landmarks of
specifications for all buildings and other the Capital Complex, and will be taken through to
components to be included within the detail design by the winning team along with the
competition submission. Particular weighting area masterplan.
is given to the High Commission building,
Secretariat and Legislature as it is intended that

7.1 component list


Office Components
• Legislature – 3,23,985 SFT (net Land area – 25 Acres)
• High Court – 5,99,900 SFT (net Land area – 30 Acres)
• Secretariat – 9,25,000 SFT (net Land area – 20 Acres)
• Head of Departments – 47,74,066 SFT (net Land area – 80 Acres)
• Government of India (GOI) Offices (space allocation in Master Plan) – 9,25,360 SFT (net Land area
– 23 Acres)
• International Consulates (space allocation in Master Plan) - 50 Acres

Housing Components

• Raj Bhavan/Governor (Office & Residence) – 3,16,100 SFT (net Land area – 20 Acres)
• Amaravati House (State Guest House) – 55,000 SFT (net Land area – 5 Acres)
• Chief Minister Residence – 30,000 SFT (net Land area – 10 Acres)
• Cabinet Minister’s Residences – 1,00,000 SFT (net Land area – 10 Acres)
• MLA’s & MLC’s Quarters – 9,34,000 SFT (net Land area – 15 Acres)
• Chief Justice Residence – 15,000 SFT (net Land area – 5 Acres)
• Judge’s Residences – 1,44,000 SFT (net Land area – 30 Acres)
• AIS Officer’s Residences – 2,88,000 SFT (net Land area – 40 Acres)
• Gazetted Officer’s Quarters – 9,36,000 SFT (net Land area – 20 Acres)
• Non-Gazetted Officer’s Quarters – 20,52,000 SFT (net Land area – 40 Acres)
• Class IV Employees – 2,04,750 sqft (net Land area – 6 Acres)
• Government of India Employees – Quarters – 13,46,350 sft (net Land area – 35 Acres)

Outdoor Components
• Capital Square or Amaravati Square or Amaravati Capital Square or People’s Square
• River front promenade & plaza
• Civic Axis

Other Components
• MICE (Meetings, Incentives, Conferences, Exhibitions) facilities for government business
• Food & Beverage zone
• Necessary basement, surface and multi-storied parking
• Retail Facilities
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COMPONENT ECOSYSTEM
This diagram illustrates the relationship between and prominence of each component within
the Capital Complex. It is only intended to give a rough indication of spatial requirements
along the north-south axis. All other spatial organisation is at the participants discretion.

RIVERFRONT PROMENADE AND PLAZA

RAJ BHAVAN VIP


RESIDENCIES

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7.2 legislature

1. Function: Seat of Democracy (elected members), Law making


2. Major Functional Units:
• Legislative Assembly Block
• Legislative Council Block
• Central Hall
• Library
• Administration Block
• Built-up area required with common areas – 323985 SFT
3. Future Expansion (50 Years): 20% additional
4. Location – Government City
Legislature – Abstract Space requirement (Area in SFT)

Circulation area &


Total area
S.No Functional Unit Name No. Of Units Carpet Area in sft common areas in
required in sft
sft – 35%

1 Legislative Assembly building 1 80,000 28,000 108,000

2 Legislative Council building 1 53,100 18,585 71,685


3 Central Hall 1 10,000 3,500 13,500
4 Library 1 11,700 4,100 15,800
5 Admin block for Assembly 1 41,150 20,200 73,700
6 Admin block for Council 1 13,000 4,550 17,550
7 Common Facilities Centre 1 17,600 6,150 23,750
Total Built up Area 323,985
Open Land Area Required 809,965
Vehicle Parking Area 178,750
Total Land Area 988,715
Total land required 22.7 ACRES

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No. of Units Area required for Total Area required


SI. No. Functional Unit Name (Quantity) Functions performed in the unit each sub unit in sft for each unit in sft

Assembly Hall including speaker,secretary and other officers 12500 + 2500 (for
seats in the hall,technical section,galleries (VIPs, officers, Double Ht - 250 toilets adjacent to the
1 press,and visitors,server room) Members Assembly Sessions house and at gallery) 15000
Chamber 1600

Ante Room including toilets 300


Peshi (5 Persons) 250
2 Chambers of Hon'ble Speaker 1 Waiting room 600 2750

3 Officer's waiting hall ( for Hon'ble speaker) 1 25 (Persons) 1000 1000


Chamber 1200

Ante Room including toilets 300


4 Chamber of Deputy Speaker 1 Peshi (5 Persons) 1250 1750
Chamber 1600

Ante Room including toilets 300


Peshi (5 Persons) 250
5 Chamber of Hon'ble Chief Minister 1 Waiting room 600 2750

6 Officer's waiting hall ( for Hon'ble Chief Minister) 1 25 (Persons) 1000 1000
Chamber 1600

Ante Room including toilets 300


7 Chambers of Leader of opposition 1 Peshi (5 Persons) 250 2150
Chamber 400
8 Ministers chambers 28 toilet + lobby 100 14000
8 Chamber 400
9 Secretary's chamber (Adjacent to CM's Chamber) toilet + lobby 100 4000
10 Pantry 1 500 500
11 Committee Hall (Big) 1 Meetings 1000 1000
12 Committee Hall (Small) 3 Meetings Each 750 2250
Chamber 300
Peshi (5 Persons) 250
13 Govt.Chief Whip toilet + lobby 100 650
Chamber 300
Peshi (5 Persons) 250
14 Govt.Whip (each) 4 toilet + lobby 100 2600
15 Members lounge & Pantry 1 Lounge & Dining 3000 3000
16 Separate Room for Lady Members 1 Rest Room 2500 2500
two rooms 950
17 Police officers Room for Monitoring Security 1 toilet + lobby 100 1100
7 Chambers of Leader of opposition 1 Peshi (5 Persons) 250 2150
Chamber 400
8 Ministers chambers 28 toilet + lobby 100 14000
8 Chamber 400
9 Secretary's chamber (Adjacent to CM's Chamber) toilet + lobby 100 4000
10 Pantry 1 500
December 2015 500
11 Committee Hall (Big) 1 Meetings 1000 1000
12 Committee Hall (Small) 3 Meetings Each 750 2250
Chamber 300
Peshi (5 Persons) 250
13 Govt.Chief Whip toilet + lobby 100 650
Chamber 300
Peshi (5 Persons) 250
14 Govt.Whip (each) 4 toilet + lobby 100 2600
15 Members lounge & Pantry 1 Lounge & Dining 3000 3000
16 Separate Room for Lady Members 1 Rest Room 2500 2500
two rooms 950
17 Police officers Room for Monitoring Security 1 toilet + lobby 100 1100
Chamber 400
18 Chambers of Chairman to Legislative Committees 25 toilet + Lobby 100 12500
Office 300
19 Accommodation for legislative party offices 6 toilet + Lobby 100 2400

Accomodation for 10 persons 950


20 Chief Marshal Room (Adjacent to House) 1 toilet + lobby 150 1100
21 General toilets for Ladies and Gents 2 toilets 1200 2400
Media Point 2400
toilets + Lobby 100

Open Area for Parking of 4 No of OB


22 Media point (Away From House) 1 Vans 1000 3600
Total Built up Area Required for Assembly (Appox) 80000

Parking for 450 Vehicles @ 250/


vehicle 112500
Parking for CM's Convoy -10
Vehicles 2500
1 (either in the
open Space or as Parking for Speaker's Convoy-3
23 Parking for Vehicles Cellar) Vehicles 750 115750
24 Parking(2 wheeler) 300 parking 6000 6000

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No. of Units Functions performed in the Area required for Total Area required
SI.No. Functional Unit Name (Quantity) unit each Sub unit in sft for each unit in sft

Council Hall including speaker,secretary and other officers 5000 + 2500 (for
seats in the hall, technical section,galleries (VIPs, officers, Double Ht -100 toilets adjacent to the
1 press,and visitors,server room) Members Council Sessions house and at gallery) 7500
Chamber 1600

Ante Room including toilets 300


Peshi 250
2 Chambers of Hon'ble Chairman 1 Waiting room 600 2750
Chamber 1600

Ante Room including toilets 300


Peshi 250
3 Chambers of Hon'ble Chief Minister 1 Waiting room 600 2950
Chamber 1600

4 Chambers of Leader of opposition 1 Ante Room including toilets 300 1900


Chamber 400

5 Ministers chambers 20 Ante Room including toilets 150 11000


Chamber 300

6 Secretary's chamber 3 Ante Room including toilets 150 1350


7 committee hall (Big) 1 Meetings 750 750
8 committee hall (Small) 2 Meetings 600 1200
9 Separate Room to lady Members 1 rest room 1500 1500
10 Members lounge (100 Persons) 1 lounge + toilets 2000 2000
11 officers lounge 1 lounge + toilets 2000 2000

12 canteen for members during session Days 1 Refreshments 1500 1500

13 police officers room for monitoring security surveillance 1 monitoring 500 500
Chamber 1200

Ante Room including toilets 300


14 Chambers of Deputy Chair Person 1 Peshi 250 1750

Chamber including toilet 400


15 Govt. Chief Whip 1 Peshi 250 650
6 Secretary's chamber 3 Ante Room including toilets 150 1350
7 committee hall (Big) 1 Meetings 750 750
8 committee hall (Small) 2 Meetings 600 1200
9 Separate Room to lady Members 1 rest room 1500 1500
10 Members lounge (100 Persons) 1 lounge + toilets 2000 2000
11 officers lounge 1 lounge + toilets 2000 2000
December 2015
12 canteen for members during session Days 1 Refreshments 1500 1500

13 police officers room for monitoring security surveillance 1 monitoring 500 500
Chamber 1200

Ante Room including toilets 300


14 Chambers of Deputy Chair Person 1 Peshi 250 1750

Chamber including toilet 400


15 Govt. Chief Whip 1 Peshi 250 650

Chamber including toilet 400


16 Govt. Whip 2 Peshi 250 1300
chambers 400
17 Chambers of chairman to Legislation committees 10 toilets 100 5000
office 300
18 Accommodation for legislative party offices 6 toilets 100 2400
19 Reading Room 1 reading room 1500 1500

20 Chief marshal room {10 Persons) 1 Accommodation 1100 1100


Media point 1800
toilets + Lobby 200

Open Area for Parking of 2 No of


21 Media point (Away From House) 1 OB Vans 500 2500
Total Built up Area 53100

Parking for 450 Vehicles @ 250/


vehicle 50000

Parking for CM's Convoy -10


Vehicles 2500

1 (Either in the Parking for Chairman/


open Space or DY.Chairman/Opposition leader &
22 as Cellar) VIPS's 2500 55000

parking for vehicles 2 wheeler other


23 Departments,Escort,Police,staff 100 parking 2000 2000
Total area for parking 57000

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Area Requirement for Administra1ve Block (Assembly)

Func1ons performed in Area required for Total Area required


Si. No. Func1onal Unit Name No. of Units (Quan1ty) the unit each sub unit in sC for each unit in sC
Chamber with ante &
toiiet 1000
1 Secretary 1 Peshi 250 1250
2 Mee9ng Hail 1 1600 1600
3 Joint Secretaries 3 600 1800
4 Deputy Secretaries 5 600 3000
5 Asst. Secretaries 12 500 6000
6 Asst. Director 1 500 500
7 Chief Marshal 1 600 600
8 Sec9ons 40 600 24000

9 Repor9ng Sec9on consis9ng of 30 Reporters 1 800 800


10 Stores 1 1600 1600
Total Built up Area 41150

Area Requirement for Administra1ve Block (Council

Func1ons performed in Area required for Total Area required


Si. No. Func1onal Unit Name No. of Units (Quan1ty) the unit each sub unit in sD for each unit in sD
Chamber with ante &
toiiet 750
1 Secretary 1 Peshi 250 1000
2 Mee:ng Hail 1 1600 1600
3 Joint Secretaries 1 600 600
4 Deputy Secretaries 1 600 600
5 Asst. Secretaries 4 500 2000
6 Chief Marshal 1 600 600
7 Sec:ons 10 600 6000

8 Repor:ng Sec:on consis:ng of 20 Reporters 1 600 600


Total Built up Area 13000
December 2015

Central Hall - Area Requirement

Area required for Total Area


No. of Units Functions performed each sub unit in required for each
SI. No. Functional Unit Name (Quantity) in the unit sft unit in sft

Hall for Joint sessions of Assembly and


1 Council Members 250 Persons 7500
2 Toilets, Pantry etc. 2500 10000
Total Built up Area Required 10000

Area requirement for Library

Total Area
No. of Units Functions performed Area required for required for
SI. No. Functional Unit Name (Quantity) in the unit each sub unit in sft each unit in sft

Stacking area 3000

Reference Area 3000

Computers Areas (For


1 Library Hall 3000 Reference) 3000 9000
2 Librarian Room 600 600
3 Server Room 300 300
4 Periodicals 600 600
5 Discussion Room 600 600
6 Toilets (Ladies & Gents) 600 600
Total Built up Area 11700

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Area requirement for Library

Total Area
No. of Units Functions performed Area required for required for
SI. No. Functional Unit Name (Quantity) in the unit each sub unit in sft each unit in sft

Stacking area 3000

Reference Area 3000

Computers Areas (For


1 Library Hall 3000 Reference) 3000 9000
2 Librarian Room 600 600
3 Server Room 300 300
4 Periodicals 600 600
5 Discussion Room 600 600
6 Toilets (Ladies & Gents) 600 600
Total Built up Area 11700
December 2015

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7.3 high court

Consolidated Statement
December 2015

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Detailed Statement 1
Proposed estimation
25-11-2015 13:30

Main Building

Hon’ble Chief Justice’s Court Hall and Chamber

Registry
Existing
Suggestions

S.N Size in Total Size in Total


o SFT SFT SFT SFT

a) Size of the Court Hall 60x40 2400 50x70 3500

b) Size of the Chamber 20x40 800


1 50x30 1500
c) Size of the Anti-room including
20x10 200
washroom

d) Height of the court halls. 21 ft

Total 3400 5000

Court Hall and Chambers for 6 Hon'ble Senior Judges

S.N Registry
Existing
o Suggestions

Size in Total
Sizes of the Court Hall Nos.2, 3, SFT SFT Size in Total
10, 13 & 15 (5 Nos.) each for 5 SFT SFT
court Courts
1200x5
1 40x30=
a) Size of the Court Hall =
1200
6000
30x600 2000 SFT for court
b) Size of the Chamber with anti room, 20x30
= hall and
PA Room, including washroom =600
3000 1000 SFT for
chambers.
Size of the Court Hall No.4 (each including
anteroom,
washroom, PA
Room)
2 a) Size of the Court Hall 40x25 1000 Court Hall:6x2000=12000
Chamber: 6x1000=6000

b) Size of the Chamber with


40x12 480
anteroom

Total for 6 Courts including


10480 18000
Chambers
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Court Hall and Chambers for remaining strength of Hon'ble Judges

Registry
Suggestions for
Existing
30 Court Halls
and chambers
Size in Total Size in Total
SFT SFT SFT SFT
Size of the Court Hall No.5

1 a) Size of the Court Hall 44x30 1320


b) Size of the Chamber, PS Room,
20x20 400
anti room and washroom
Sizes of the Court Hall No.6 & 14
(2 Nos.)
990x2
33x30=
a) Size of the Court Hall =
2 990
1980
330x2
30x11=
b) Size of the Chamber with anti room =
330
660
Size of the Court Hall No.7
3 a) Size of the Court Hall 40x21 840
b) Size of the Chamber with anti room 20x20 400
Size of the Court Hall No.8
4 a) Size of the Court Hall 40x20 800
b) Size of the Chamber with anti room 25x15 360 1800 SFT for
Size of the Court Hall No.9 court hall

5 a) Size of the Court Hall 40x29 1560 and 1000 SFT


b) Size of the Chamber with anti room 24x15 360 for chambers

Size of the Court Hall No.11 (each including


6 a) Size of the Court Hall 40x29 1160 anteroom,
washroom, PA
b) Size of the Chamber with anti room 30x14 420 Room)
Size of the Court Hall No.12
7 a) Size of the Court Hall 40x19 760
Court Hall:30x1800=54000
b) Size of the Chamber with anti room 30x15 450 Chamber: 30x1000=30000

Sizes of the Court Hall Nos.17 to 32


(16 Nos.)
B-BLOCK
960x16
40x24=
8 a) Size of the Court Hall =
960
15360
312x16
30x24=
b) Size of the Chamber with anti room =
312
4992
Sizes of the Court Hall Nos.39 to 48
(10 Nos.)
C-BLOCK
984x10
24x41=
a) Size of the Court Hall =
984
9840
9
273x10
21x13=
b) Size of the Chamber with anti room =
273
2730
80x10
10x8=
c) PS/PA Room =
80
800
Total 45192 84000

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Details of area of existing and proposed for Court Halls, Chambers, anteroom etc.,
for the Hon’ble Chief Justice and other Hon’ble Judges

Registry
Existing area Suggestions
Functional Unit Name
in SFT for Total area
in SFT
Total Area required for the Court Hall and
Chambers of the Hon’ble Chief Justice
3400 5000
Court Hall: 3500 SFT
Chamber: 1500 SFT
Total Area required for the Court Halls and
Chambers for 6 Hon’ble Senior Judges 10480 18000
(6 Nos.) (6 Nos.)
Court Hall: (6x2000=12000)
Chamber: (6x1000=6000)
Total Area required for the Court Halls and
Chambers for other Hon’ble Judges
45192 84000
(34 Nos.) (30 Nos.)
Court Hall: (30x1800=54000)
Chamber: (30x1000=30000)

Total 59072 107000


(for 41 Courts) (for 37 Courts)

Total Area
Sq.Feets 1,07,000
Sq.Yards 11,888
Sq.Meters 9,941

Corridors
Registry
S.No. Functional Unit Name Existing
Suggestions Remarks
Width of the corridors towards
1 14 12
Judges Chambers side
Width of the corridors towards
14 15
Advocates side
2

Area required for future expansion for 24 Court Halls and Chambers

Registry
Existing area Suggestions
Functional Unit Name
in SFT for Total area
in SFT

Court Hall: (24x1800SFT=43200 SFT)


Nil 67,200
Chamber: (24x1000 Sft =24000 Sft )
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Offices to be accommodated in Main Building

Proposed Remarks
Existing
Area
Sl.No. Functional Unit Name area in
required
SFT
in SFT
Conference Hall for accommodating 25 to 30
persons attached to the Chambers of Hon'ble Chief
1. Nil 2500
Justice including pantry, wash room and round
table)
2. Lounge for the visitors of Hon'ble Chief Justice Nil 1000
Lounge for the Registrars nearer to the Chamber’s
3. of Hon’ble Chief Justice including pantry and 150 500
washroom
Chief Justice Secretariat (CJ Peshi)
4. (including Pantry, lunch room, washroom, record room, 1000 1500
waiting hall, confidential room)
Two mini conference halls (each 1000 sft) nearer to
5. the Chambers of the 6 Senior Hon’ble Judges Nil 2000
including pantry and wash room
Full Court meeting hall including pantry, dining and
4170
6. wash room (including place for the officers of the 3000
(30x139)
Registry)
Hon’ble Judges Lounge near Conference Hall
7. (to accommodate 36 Judges, including pantry, Nil 3000
washroom, meeting hall, dining, lecture hall)
8. Judges Reference Library 580 3000
High Court Library (separate block required on the
9. ground floor with sufficient height to accommodate 4280 6000
shelves)
10. High Court Museum Nil 3000

11. Gymnasium for Hon’ble Judges Nil

12. Yoga Centre for Hon’ble Judges Nil

Total 10180 25500

Total Area Required


Sq.Feets 25,500
Sq.Yards 2,833
Sq.Meters 2,369

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Administrative Block

Chamber Propose Remarks


Existing area (including d Total
S.No. Registrar Particulars in SFT anteroom, Area
(approx.)
wash room, required
PA room in SFT
1 Registrar General 390 800 800
2 Registrar (Judicial) 480 600 600
3 Registrar (Vigilance) 400 600 600
4 Registrar (Administration) 380 600 600
5 District Judge (Enquiries) 300 600 600
6 Registrar (Recruitment) 300 600 600
7 Registrar (Protocol) 430 600 600
8 Registrar (Management) 372 600 600
9 Central Project Coordinator 494 600 600
(20x13)
10 Joint Registrars (6 Nos.) 260X6= 400x6 2400
1560
(12x13)
11 Deputy Registrars (10 Nos.) 160X10= 300x10 3000
1600
(12x13)
12 Assistant Registrars (35 Nos.) 160X35= 200x35 7000
5600
13 Supreme Court Branch 500 100 1000
14 Official Translation Wing 494 500 1000
High Court Employees’
15 200 900 1500
Cooperative Society
Total 13500 -- 21500

Total Area Required


Sq.Feets 21,500
Sq.Yards 2,389
Sq.Meters 1,997
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Advocate General and other Law Officers Block

Proposed Area Remarks


Existing required in
SFT
area in
Sl.No. Functional Unit Name (including
SFT anteroom, PA
(approx.) room,
washroom)
Advocate General Chambers including anteroom
1. 600 1200
with washroom
Addl. Advocate General Chambers including
2. 400 1000
anteroom with washroom
3. Office of the Advocate General 400 800

4. Chambers of the Public Prosecutor 300 300

5. Office of the Public Prosecutor 400 800

6. Chambers of the Asst. Solicitor General 100 500

7. Office of the Asst. Solicitor General 100 800


Chambers of the Government Pleaders 130x25=
8. 5000
(25 Nos.) each 200 Sft (proposed) 3250
Sections for the Government Pleaders
9. Nil 1000
Common Hall
Chambers of the Asst. Government Pleaders
10. Nil 1000
Common Hall
Total 5550 12400

Total Area Required


Sq.Feets 12,400
Sq.Yards 1,378
Sq.Meters 1,152

Note: The Hon’ble the Acting Chief Justice requested the Addl. Advocate General to give the
exact measurements of the area for Advocate General and other officers block for
accommodating AG, Addl. AG, GPs, PP, AGPs, etc.

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Advocates’ Block

Proposed Remarks
Existing
Area
S.No Functional Unit Name area in
required
SFT
in SFT
Advocates’ Association Hall (Gents) including
1. Executive Committee room, pantry and 2200 4000
washroom.
Advocates’ Association Hall (Ladies)
2. 800 1500
including pantry and washroom.
Senior Advocates Lounge (including
3. 300 1000
Lunchroom & washroom)
Advocate Chambers (200 Nos.)
each 200 Sft (size 20x12) (200x200=40000)
Should have independent access and provision 4510 40000
4.
to expand upto 300 chambers (110x41) (200x200)

(Existing 41 Chambers X 110 SFT = 4510)


Advocates Cooperative Society (including
5. Stores, photocopy, computer printing 300 1000
section)
6. Advocate Clerks Office 200 1000

Total 14970 48500

Bar Council Block


Proposed Remarks
Existing
Area
S.No Functional Unit Name area in
required in
SFT
SFT

1 Bar Council of Andhra Pradesh 6660 8000

Canteen Block
Proposed Remarks
Existing
Area
S.No Functional Unit Name area in
required
SFT
in SFT
1 Advocates’ Canteen including kitchen 800 5000
2 Canteen for Litigant Public Nil 3000
3 Canteen for Staff 1500 2000
Total 2300 10000
december 2015

Alternative Dispute Resolutions Block

Existing area Proposed Area Remarks


S.No Functional Unit Name in SFT required in
(approx.) SFT

1 Mediation and Arbitration Centre 6000 20000


2 State Legal Services Authority 4000 5000
3 High Court Legal Services Committee 1750 3000
Total 28000

Total Area Required


Sq.Feets 28,000
Sq.Yards 3,111
Sq.Meters 2,601

Other Establishments

Existing area Proposed Area Remarks


S.No Functional Unit Name in SFT required in
(approx.) SFT
1. Dispensary 200 1000
2. Post Office 800 1500
3. Railway Counter 300 300
4. RTC Counter Nil 200
5. Airelines Counter Nil 200
6. E-Seva Counter 150 300
7. Bank 1200 2000
8. Electricity Substation 4000 6000
9. Waiting hall for drivers and attenders 150 500
Police Outpost, rooms for security personnel, CCTV
10. 3800 5000
Control room,
11. Waiting room for litigant public including washroom Nil 800
Car garage for Hon’ble Judges / Protocol vehicles /
12. 10000 12000
senior officers vehicles
Total 20600 29800

Total Area Required


Sq.Feets 29,800
Sq.Yards 3,311
Sq.Meters 2,768

A separate Parking block required to be constructed

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Sections under the control of Registrar General

Total
Deputy Assistant Assistants Existing
Name of the Section Computer Typists and Record Attender Total Area
Section Section and area in
Section Officers Operator Copyists Asst. s staff Required
Officer Officers Examiners SFT
in SFT

D1 Budget 1 1 2 1 4 1 1 11 1000

494

J.Special
1 2 2 1 2 8 1000
Admn.

Legal Cell 1 1 1 1 4 1750 1000

Special
3 2 3 1 1 2 12 1140 1500
Officer’s

Official
Language 1 1 1 3 100 500
Telugu Cell

Washroom
400
s for Gents

Washroom
s for 200
Ladies

Total 3484 5600


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Sections under the control of Registrar (Judicial)


Judicial Side Sections

Compu Recor
Name of Deputy Assistant Assistants Typists Existing Total Area
Section ter d
the Section Section and and Attenders Total area in Required
Officers Operat Assist SFT
Section Officer Officers Examiners Copyists in SFT
or ants
Appeal
3 4 5 3 1 2 18 3000 5000
Filing
CD Section 1 2 3 2 3 11 1023 5000

C.R.P. 1 3 4 5 2 1 16 767 5000


Court
40 7 3 1 1 2 2 56 2736 5000
Officer’s
Court
134 2 2 138 3876 5000
Master’s
Criminal 1 3 3 1 7 2 3 20 2470 5000

Current 2 1 7 13 13 11 9 56 2030 5000


English
1 2 5 12 2 2 2 26 28038 5000
Records
CMA 1 6 8 2 1 1 19 2432 10000
Original
1 2 2 8 1 14 1560 5000
Side
PIL 1 1 1 3 96 2500

Press Copy 3 4 1 1 9 795 2500


Special
Cell 3 2 3 4 3 1 2 18 3000
Drafting 1596
Special
3 7 4 2 2 18 3000
Cell Typing
Supreme
1 1 1 3 500 3000
Court
Translation 3 1 1 1 2 8 494 3000
Second
Appeal
1 1 2 1 3 1 1 10 1634 5000
and Tax
Matters
Statistics 1 1 1 1 1 5 429 2500
Vernacular
2 1 1 9 1 1 2 17 1900 5000
Records
New Filing
14 3 1 3 9 3 6 39 5000
(Civil)
New Filing
18 4 3 1 7 6 3 5 47 3780 5000
(Writ)
New Filing
1 1 2 2 2 1 9 5000
(criminal)
W.P (DB) 2 2 3 7 1 3 4 22 6000
W.P
2 1 2 1 12 1 2 2 23 4000 6000
Service
W.P. Non
2 4 3 11 5 2 2 29 8000
service
Judicial
1 1 1 3 130 500
Indexing
Cases Record Hall To
keep dispose of cases
50000
Washrooms for
400
Gents
Washrooms for
200
Ladies
Total 63286 170600

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Sections under the control of Registrar (Vigilance)

Total
Deputy Assistant Assistants Typists Existing
Name of the Section Attender Area
Section Section and and Total area in
Section Officers
Officer Officers Examiners Copyists
s
SFT
Require
d in SFT

Vigilance Cell 1 2 1 3 3 1 11 572 3000

Confidential Room Nil 1000

B.Special 2 2 1 5 4 2 16 780 3000

Confidential Room Nil 1000

OP Cell 1 3 2 1 7 3000

1170

Work Review Cell 1 1 2 3 2 1 10 3000

E-Section 1 1 2 2 2 1 9 996 3000

Washrooms for
400
Gents

Washrooms for
200
Ladies

Total 3518 17,600


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Sections under the control of Registrar (Administration)

Compu Total
Deputy Assistant Assistants Typists Existing
Name of the Section ter Record Atten Area
Section Section and and Total area in
Section Officers Operat Assistants ders Require
Officer Officers Examiners Copyists SFT
or d in SFT

A.D.
Records for 1 1 1 1 4 240 500
Staff

A.D.
Records
Nil 2000
(for record
room)

Accounts 1 2 3 3 2 2 1 14 1170 2000

B-Section 1 2 3 1 1 1 9 546 2000

C-Section 1 1 1 2 2 3 1 1 12 780 2000

Establishm
2 2 5 2 9 3 1 1 25 1170 3000
ent

Vehicles 2 2 2 1 7 340 500

Washrooms
400
for Gents

Washrooms
200
for Ladies

Total 4246 12,600

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Sections under the control of Central Project Coordinator


Requirements for High Court Building (Computer Section)

Area required for


S.No Functional Unit Name Existing area in SFT
each unit in SFT

1. Computer Section 1000


2760
2. Computer Lab Staff 1000

3. eCourts Project Section 1000

4. Servers Room 1000

5. Computer Consumables Room 1000

6. Computer Hardware Room 1000

7. Conference Hall 1500

8. Video Conferencing Room 3000

1500+1000
9. Computer Training Room 3000

10. Chamber for NIC Technical Director 450

11. NIC Staff room 450

12. NIC Software Staff Room 700

13. AMC Vendors Hardware Staff 600

14. Common Dining Hall 500

15. UPS Room 500

16. Network Room 500

17. Internet Room 600

18. AC Room 600

19. Washrooms for Gents 400

20. Washrooms for Ladies 200

5,260
Total = 19,000
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Sections under the control of Registrar (Management)

Copying
Recor Total
Deputy Assistant Assistants Typists Machin Existing
Name of the Section d Atten Area
Section Section and and e Total area in
Section Officers
Officer Officers Examiners Copyists Operato
Assist ders
SFT
Require
ants d in SFT
r

D-II Buildings 2 1 2 1 1 1 1 9 494 1000

Overseer
(including 1 1 1 2 5 200 1000
washroom)

J.Special
1 1 1 4 1 3 11 494 1000
Buildings

Stationery 1 5 2 1 1 10 1426 2000

Stores 1 1 4 2 1 1 10 936 2000

Washrooms
400
for Gents

Washrooms
200
for Ladies

3550
Total 7,600

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Sections under the control of Registrar (Protocol)

Comp Total
Deputy Assistant Assistants Typists Existing
Name of the Section uter Attende Area
Section Section and and Drivers Total area in
Section Officers
Officer Officers
Opera
Examiners Copyists
rs
SFT
Require
tor d in SFT

Protocol 2 1 3 6 2 6 7 27 770 1000

J-Special Med
1 1 1 3 1 2 9 600
& Tel
1260

R.J Special 1 3 1 2 7 600

Tappal 1 1 1 5 1 2 11 300 600

Washrooms
400
for Gents

Washrooms
200
for Ladies

Total 2330 3,400


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17

Sections under the control of Registrar (Recruitment)

Existing Total
Name of Deputy Assistant Assistants Typists area in
Section Area
the Section Section and and Attenders Total SFT
Officers Require
Section Officer Officers Examiners Copyists
d in SFT

Recruitme
2 1 4 2 2 11 833 1000
nt Cell

Confidenti
Nil 400
al Room

Evaluation
/ Tabular Nil 1000
Hall

Record
Nil 1000
Room

Washroom
400
for Gents

Washroom
200
for Ladies

833
Total 4,000

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Sections under the control of Registrar (Enquiries)

Recor
Name of Deputy Assistants Total Area
Section UD d Existing area
the Section and Total Required in
Officers Steno Assist in SFT
Section Officer Examiners SFT
ants

Enquiry
1 1 1 1 1 5 230 1000
Cell

Washroom
400
for Gents

Washroom
200
for Ladies

230

Total 1,600
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List of the Institutions, Tribunals and Forums to be established in the Justice City

S.No Functional Unit Name


1. High Court Guest House
2. A.P. Judicial Academy
3. City Civil Courts
4. City Criminal Courts
5. Small Causes Court
6. Judicial Officers Association Building
7. Judicial Officers guest house
8. Central Administrative Tribunal
9. State Administrative Tribunal
10. Sales Tax Appellate Tribunal
11. State Human Rights Commission
12. Lokayuktha
13. State Consumer Forum
14. Debts Recovery Tribunal
15. International Centre for Alternative Dispute Resolution
16. A.P. Electricity Regulatory Commission
17. Land Grabbing Prohibition Court
18. A.P. Minority Commission
19. Industrial Tribunal
20. Labour Courts
21. Wakf Tribunal
22. Endowment Tribunal
23. Tribunal for Disciplinary Proceedings
24. Railway Tribunal
25. Income Tax Appellate Tribunal
26. A.P.Cooperative Appellate Tribunal
27. All India Company Law Tribunal

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HIGH COURT OF JUDICATURE AT HYDERABAD


FOR THE STATE OF TELANGANA AND THE STATE OF ANDHRA PRADESH
Statement showing the Categories/Posts in High Court of Judicature at Hyderabad with
Sanctioned Strength and Pay Scales
Master Scale : 13000-390-14170-430-15460-470-16870-510-18400-550-20050-590-
21820-640-23740-700-25840-760-28120-820-30580-880-33220-950-36070-1030-39160-
1110-42490-1190-46060-1270-49870-1360-53950-1460-58330-1560-63010-1660-67990-
1760-73270-1880-78910-2020-84970-2160-91450-2330-100770-2520-110850

Scale of Pay as Sanctioned


Sl.No Name of the post and category
per PRC 2015 Strength
DIVISION - I
1. Category 1
Registrar General 96110-120930 1
Registrars 87130-110850 6
District Judge (Enquiry Cell) 87130-110850 1
Central Project Co-coordinator 87130-110850 1

2. Category 1(a)
(b)Prl. Secretary to the Hon’ble HCJ 87130-110850 1

3. Category 2
Joint Registrars 73270-108330 6

4. Category 3
(a) Deputy Registrars 56870-105810 10
(b)Prl.Pvt. Secretary to the Hon’ble HCJ 56870-105810 1
(c)Pvt.Secretary to the Hon’ble HCJ 56870-105810 1

5. Category 4
(a) Assistant Registrars 46060-98440 33
(b) Special Officer 46060-98440 1

6. Junior Civil Judge (Presenting --


Officer, Enquiry Cell) 1

7. Category 5
Section Officers, Court Officers, 37100-91450 133
Scrutiny Officers and Accounts Officer

8. Category 6
Court Masters, Personal
37100-91450 149
Secretaries to Hon’ble Judges,
Personal Secretaries to Registrars

DIVISION -II
9. Category -I
Translators and 28940-78910 71
Deputy Section Officers 28940-78910

10. Category 2
Overseer 26600-77030 1
11. Category 3
(a) Assistant Section Officers 26600-77030 102
(b) Computer Operators 26600-77030 19
(c) Assistant Librarian 26600-77030 01

U.D. Steno 22460-66330 02


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12. Category 4
(a) Assistants 16400-49870 218
(b) Readers and Examiners 16400-49870 69
(c) Telex Operator 16400-49870 01
(d) Telephone Operator 16400-49870 01
13. Category 5
(a) Typists 16400-49870 69
(b) Copyists 16400-49870 81
DIVISION -III

14. Category 1
Assistant Overseer 16400-49870 01

15. Category 2
(a) Copier Machine Operators 15030-46060 03
(b) i. Senior Drivers 17890-53950 05
(b) ii. Drivers 15460-47330 55
(c) Lift Operators 15030-46060 05
(d) Bailiff -- 0
(e) Shroff 15460-47330 01

16. Category 3
(a) Book Bearer 15030-46060 02
(b) Binder 15030-46060 01
(c) Record Assistants 15030-46060 85
(d) Roneo Operators 15030-46060 03

17. Category 4
Jamedars 14600-44870 02
18. Category 5
Daffedars 13390-41380 02
Attenders 13000-40270 493
Gollah, Last grade 0
Total 1638

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HIGH COURT OF JUDICATURE AT HYDERABAD
FOR THE STATE OF TELANGANA AND THE STATE OF ANDHRA PRADESH
Statement showing the Names of Sections and the number of Staff members working therein

REGISTRAR GENERAL
Sl.No. Item

1. Basic Details
Organization Structure (Organogram, provide schematic diagram)
Provide the Organogram as on attachment for this data sheet : SEPARATE SHEET ATTACHED

2. List of functional units and functions.


No. of Units Functions performed in the Unit Area required for each unit
Sl. No. Functional Unit Name (Quantity)

1 preparation of Budget estimates and number statement relating to all expenditures of Area required is mentioned
High Court, allotment of Budget for salaries and all other claims of High Court staff
1. D-I Budget and allotment of funds to different Sections under various Heads of Account, at Page No.10
reconciliation etc., and audit.

1 Service matters of Hon’ble Judges including preparation of bills and all facilities to
Hon’ble Judges such as passport matters, pensions, retirement benefits, LTCs, Earned
Leaves, Car Loans, Leave Accounts, GPF Accounts, arrangement of swearing-in
2. J.Spl.(Admn.) ceremonies, farewells, references etc., furnishing of data relating to Hon’ble Judges -do -
for preparation of Half-yearly list of Hon’ble Judges and the matters relating to
dependents of transferred Judges in respect of the above services etc.,

1 Maintenance of list of standing counsels of High Court, allotment of cases to standing


counsels on record, preparation of bills in respect of their fees, transmitting the
3. Legal Cell -do -
parawise remarks and counter affidavits received from other Sections to the Standing
Counsels, placing the same for approval before the Hon’ble Chief Justice etc.,
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1 Preparation of material pertaining to acts and rules for Full-Court meetings and Rule-
Committee meetings, convening of meetings of Registrar General with other Registrars and
officers of High Court, supply/exchange of Rules/Orders of High Court to/with other High
4. Special Officer Courts, sanction of Defense, attending questioners of Assembly, Lok Sabha, Rajya Sabha etc., -do -
periodical study of Standing Orders, declaration of vacations and holidays, preparation of
calendar, study of G.Os with regard to applicability to High Court and Lower Courts,
clarifications to Judicial Officers, Subordinate Courts, and other High Courts etc.,
5. Official Language (Telugu) Cell 1 Implementation of Telugu Language -do -
1 All service matters relating to the officers of High Court, viz., Creation and
continuation of posts, recruitment and training, issuance of instructions relating to
6. Establishment Section office procedure, practices etc., matters relating to probations, increments, leaves, -do -
promotions, confirmations, matters relating to pensions, family pensions, disciplinary
proceedings, LTC, annual confidential reports, work distribution among officers.

3. FUNCTIONAL UNITS AND STAFF LOCATED IN EACH UNIT


Sl.No. Functional Unit Name STAFF
Pay Grade In position
Designation Sanctioned
(As per PRC-2015)
Section Officers XXI Statement showing the total 1
Deputy Section Officers XVII category-wise strength of 1
Assistant Section Officers XVI Officers and staff of High 2
Computer Operator XVI Court is enclosed 1
1. D-I Budget
Assistants/Examiners VII separately. 4
Typists/Copyists VII 1
Record Assistant V 1

Section Officers XXI 1


Assistant Section Officers XVI 2
Assistants/Examiners VII 2
2. J.Spl.(Admn.) Typists/Copyists VII -do- 1
Attenders I 2

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Section Officers XXI 1
Assistant Section Officers XVI 1
3. Legal Cell Typists/Copyists VII -do- 1
Attender I 1

Section Officers XXI 4


Assistant Section Officers XVI 2
Assistants/Examiners VII -do- 3
4. Special Officer Typists/Copyists VII 1
Record Assistant V 1
Attenders I 2
Assistant Section Officers XVI 1
Typists/Copyists VII 1
Attenders I -do- 1
5. Official Language (Telugu) Cell
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ADMINISTRATIVE WING
HEADED BY REGISTRAR (ADMINISTRATION)

Sl.No. Item

6.
5.

7
Vehicles
Establishment

Record Room for A.D. Records


1
1
1

Budget Section etc.,


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autos, battery operated cards, two wheelers etc.,


For keeping the administrative records of the Hon’ble High Court
purchase and maintenance of other vehicles of High Court viz., circulation vans,
Purchase and maintenance of Cars for Hon’ble Judges and Office of High Court,
Income-tax statements and furnishing of expenditure and number statements to the
reports, Attendance, leave Registers, work distribution among officers, preparation of
surrender, GPF, medical claims and all other claims of staff, annual confidential
pensions, disciplinary proceedings, preparation of bills relating to salaries, LTC,
maintenance of Service Registers, Seniority Lists, matters relating to pensions, family
relating to probations, increments, leaves, fixation of pay, promotions, confirmations,
to office procedure, practices etc., allotment of staff to Sections and transfers, matters
continuation of posts, recruitment of staff and training, issuance of instructions relating
All service matters relating to the officers and staff of High Court, viz., Creation and
1. Basic Details :

- do -
- do -
- do -
Organization Structure (Organogram, provide schematic diagram)
Provide the Organogram as on attachment for this data sheet : SEPARATE SHEET ATTACHED

2. List of functional units and functions.


Sl.No. No.of Units Functions performed in the Unit Area required for each unit
Functional Unit Name (Quantity)

Arrangement of disposed of records methodically, protecting the records from dust and
insects, periodically destroying the records ripe for, Preparation of annual index and Area required is mentioned
1. A.D.Records 1 supplying such index books to all the Sections and maintenance of Disposal
Numbering Books etc., at Page No.13
Maintenance of Accounts, Internal audit, Maintenance of Chief Justice Relief Fund,
Preparation of certain maintenance bills such as Electricity, Water, Municipal tax,
Telephone bills etc., and their payments, maintenance of Personal Deposit Accounts
2. Accounts 1 - do -
(PDA), Receiving and making payments in Court Maters as per the Court Directions.
Preparation of Monthly and bi-monthly expenditure statements etc.,

Pay fixation and increments of District Judges, Increments, Retirement benefits,


Medical Reimbursements, Loans and Advances, Permission under Conduct Rules,
3. B – Section 1 - do -
Property Statements etc., of all Judicial Officers etc.

All Service Matters in respect of staff of all subordinate courts etc,


4. C – Section 1 - do -

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3. FUNCTIONAL UNITS AND STAFF LOCATED IN EACH UNIT


Sl.No. Functional Unit Name STAFF
Pay Grade
Designation Sanctioned In position
(As per PRC-2015)
Assistant Section Officer, XVI Statement showing the total 1
Typist, VII category-wise strength of 1
1. A.D.Records Book Binder-1 V Officers and staff of High 1
Attender-1 I Court is enclosed 1
separately.
Accounts Officer-1 XXI 1
Deputy Section Officers-2 XVII 2
Assistant Section Officers-3 XVI 3
Assistants, Examiners-3 VII -do 3
2. Accounts
Typists, Copyists – 2 VII 2
Record Assistant-1 V 1
Attender-1 I 1
Shroff 1
Section Officer-1 XXI 1
Deputy Section Officers-2 XVII 2
Assistant Section Officers-3 XVI 3
3. B – Section
Assistants/ Examiners-1 VII -do- 1
Typists/ Copyists – 1 VII 1
Record Assistant-1 V 1
Section Officer-1 XXI 1
Deputy Section Officers-1 XVII 1
Assistant Section Officer/ XVI 1
Computer Operator-2 XVI 2
4. C – Section Assistants/ Examiners-2 VII -do- 2
Typists/ Copyists – 3 VII 3
Record Assistant-1 V 1
Attender-1 I 1
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Section Officer-2 XXI 2
Deputy Section Officers-2 XVII 2
Assistant Section Officer-5 XVI 5
Computer Operator-2 XVI 2
5. Establishment
Assistants/ Examiners-9 VII -do- 9
Typists/ Copyists – 3 VII 3
Record Assistant-1 V 1
Attender-1 I 1
Section Officers-2 XXI 2
Assistants/ Examiners-1 VII 2
Typists/ Copyists – 2 VII -do- 2
6. Vehicles
Attender-1 I 1

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JUDICIAL WING
HEADED BY REGISTRAR (JUDICIAL)
Sl.No. Item

1. Basic Details :
Organization Structure (Organogram, provide schematic diagram)
Provide the Organogram as on attachment for this data sheet : SEPARATE SHEET ATTACHED

3. List of functional units and functions.


No.of Units Functions performed in the Unit Area required for each unit
Sl.No. Functional Unit Name (Quantity)

1 Receiving and posting of cases pertaining to First Appeals, City Civil Court Appeals,
Letters Patent Appeals, etc., All the works relating to these cases viz., entering the
data into computers, distribution, issuance of notices, entering the vakalats, caveats,
sending the translation material to the T&P Section, making the cased ready for
posting before the Hon’ble Courts, calling for records from the Lower Courts in
Appeal Filing respect of the cases against which appeals are preferred in High Court, receiving
Area required is mentioned
1.
counters, material papers etc., and clubbing the same with the main file, carrying out at Page No.11
amendments in the cause title of the cases as per the directions of the Hon’ble Courts,
preparing office notes and placing the same before the Hon’ble Courts/Registrars for
necessary orders etc.,

1 All the works relating to C.D. applications and the issuance of certified copies of
judgments, orders, decrees etc., receiving of stamps for furnishing the typed copies,
2. C.D.Section preparation of weekly and daily statements showing the pendency of the C.D. - do -
applications etc.,

1 Receiving and posting of cases pertaining to Civil Revision Petitions. All the works
relating to these cases viz., entering the data into computers, distribution, issuance of
3. C.R.P - do -
notices, entering the vakalats, caveats, sending the translation material to the T&P
Section, making the cased ready for posting before the Hon’ble Courts, calling for
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records from the Lower Courts in respect of the cases against which appeals are
preferred in High Court, receiving counters, material papers etc., and clubbing the
same with the main file, carrying out amendments in the cause title of the cases as per
the directions of the Hon’ble Courts, preparing office notes and placing the same
before the Hon’ble Courts/Registrars for necessary orders etc.,
1 Court Officers working in Court Officers’ Section have to attend the duties in Court
Halls, which include neat maintenance of Court Hall, acquaintance with cases, books
etc., checking and maintenance of necessary books in Court Halls etc., Other members
4. Court Officers - do -
in the Section have to attend the works relating to receiving, distribution of cases,
drafting and checking of decrees etc. Preparation of work statements by the Court
Officer attending the Court Hall duties.
1 Attending the Courts and the Residences of Hon’ble Judges, receiving dictations in
cases, transcribing and circulation of the same to the residences of Hon’ble Judges etc.
Court Masters & Personal Taking instructions from the Hon’ble Judges with regard to any personal/official works
5. Secretaries to Hon’ble Judges entrusted to him and executing them without any delay and acting as Liaison Officer in
- do -
co-ordination with Protocol Section for the journeys to be performed by Hon’ble
Judges.
1 Receiving and posting of cases pertaining to Criminal Appeals, Criminal Petitions,
Criminal Revision Cases etc. All the works relating to these cases viz., entering the
data into computers, distribution, issuance of notices, entering the vakalats, caveats,
sending the translation material to the T&P Section, making the cased ready for
posting before the Hon’ble Courts, calling for records from the Lower Courts in
6. Criminal Section - do -
respect of the cases against which appeals are preferred in High Court, receiving
counters, material papers etc., and clubbing the same with the main file, carrying out
amendments in the cause title of the cases as per the directions of the Hon’ble Courts,
preparing office notes and placing the same before the Hon’ble Courts/Registrars for
necessary orders etc.,
1 Receiving of draft judgments, decrees, orders, advance orders, interim orders, notices
and contempt cases and criminal cases from Court Officers Section for fair copying
7. Current - do -
after approval by the Officers and dispatch of final orders to the concerned
parties/authorities.
1 Receiving, filing and maintenance of all disposed-off cases, compliance of C.D.
applications, compliance of disposed-off cases as requisitioned by the Sections, Courts
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1 Receiving and posting of cases pertaining to Civil Miscellaneous Appeals, Transfer
CMPs, etc., All the works relating to these cases viz., entering the data into computers,
distribution, issuance of notices, entering the vakalats, caveats, sending the translation
material to the T&P Section, making the cased ready for posting before the Hon’ble
9. C.M.A Courts, calling for records from the Lower Courts in respect of the cases against which - do -
appeals are preferred in High Court, receiving counters, material papers etc., and
clubbing the same with the main file, carrying out amendments in the cause title of the
cases as per the directions of the Hon’ble Courts, preparing office notes and placing
the same before the Hon’ble Courts/Registrars for necessary orders etc.,
1 Receiving and posting of cases pertaining to Original Side Appeals, Company
Petitions, Company Appeals, Election Petitions, Contempt Cases etc., All the works
relating to these cases viz., entering the data into computers, distribution, issuance of
notices, entering the vakalats, caveats, sending the translation material to the T&P
Section, making the cased ready for posting before the Hon’ble Courts, calling for
10. Original Side - do -
records from the Lower Courts in respect of the cases against which appeals are
preferred in High Court, receiving counters, material papers etc., and clubbing the
same with the main file, carrying out amendments in the cause title of the cases as per
the directions of the Hon’ble Courts, preparing office notes and placing the same
before the Hon’ble Courts/Registrars for necessary orders etc.,
1 Receiving of applications/letters/telegrams relating to Public Interest, sent to the
Hon’ble Chief Justice or by Hon’ble Judges which are marked to this Section through
11. PIL section - do -
Legal Services Authority, entering the same in the Register of PIL Cases and
processing the same for numbering and posting before the Hon’ble Courts.
1 Receiving the material from Translation Wing and preparation of copies in respect of
12. Press Copy the pleading, documents, depositions etc., as required and identified by the Advocates. - do -

1 Receiving, drafting of interim orders and dispatch of copies of interim orders as


13. Special Cell (Drafting) directed by the Hon’ble Courts. - do -

1 Receiving, the drafted interim orders and typing and dispatch of copies of interim
14. Special Cell (Typing) - do -
orders as directed by the Hon’ble Courts to the Advocates, officials etc.,
1 Filing of Supreme Court Leave Petitions before Hon’ble High Court or directly before
the Hon’ble Supreme Court. Receiving fresh cases (SC.L.P.) from Scrutiny Officers,
15. Supreme Court filing and posting before the concerned Special Benches and marking disposals, - do -
correspondence with Supreme Court, transmitting High Court records to the Supreme
Court as per the notices received, giving replies letter from Supreme Court etc.
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1 Receiving and posting of cases pertaining to Second Appeals & Tax Matters relating to
Central Excise, Tax Revision Cases, referred cases, Income Tax Cases, Tax Tribunal
Appeals etc., All the works relating to these cases viz., entering the data into
computers, distribution, issuance of notices, entering the vakalats, caveats, sending the
translation material to the T&P Section, making the cased ready for posting before the
16. Second Appeals & Tax Matters - do -
Hon’ble Courts, calling for records from the Lower Courts in respect of the cases
against which appeals are preferred in High Court, receiving counters, material papers
etc., and clubbing the same with the main file, carrying out amendments in the cause
title of the cases as per the directions of the Hon’ble Courts, preparing office notes and
placing the same before the Hon’ble Courts/Registrars for necessary orders etc.,
1 Preparation of statistics with regard to cases instituted, disposed of and pending in
High Court and submission of reports thereof to the Registrars for placing before the
17. Statistics - do -
Hon’ble Chief Justice and the Hon’ble Judges periodically and as and when directed
by the Hon’ble Chief Justice and the Hon’ble Judges.
1 Translation and typing of Vernacular Records received from the Lower Courts and
preparation of record for perusal of the Hon’ble Court when the concerned case in
18. Translation & Printing - do -
High Court is listed for hearing. The works in this Section include preparation
pleadings, editing of pleadings, identification of documents, document preparation etc.,
1 Maintenance of Lower Court records received from the Lower Courts in respect of the
First Appeals, Second Appeals, Civil Miscellaneous Appeals etc., arrangement of
translated version of Vernacular Records and making the Vernacular Record ready for
19. Vernacular Records - do -
hearing of the High Court case, sending the record to the Court Halls and getting back
after hearing of the case, transmission of Lower Court record to the Current Section for
dispatch alongwith main case after disposal of the case.
1 Receiving, entering into Registers and scrutiny of cases filed on civil side i.e, C.R.Ps,
C.M.As, First Appeals, Second Appeals etc., and the Miscellaneous petitions in the
said categories, Scrutiny of cases include verification of papers filed alongwith cases,
20. New Filing (Civil Scrutiny) court fee paid, process paid, maintainability etc., enclosed orders/judgments, vakalats, - do -
material papers, counters, service of papers on other side councils etc., passing the
cases for numbering, docketing, entering the data in computers and transmitting the
case files to the concerned Sections for further process and posting.
1 Receiving, entering into Registers and scrutiny of cases filed on writ side i.e, Writ
Petitions and Writ Appeals etc., and the Miscellaneous petitions in the said categories,
21. New Filing ( Writ Scrutiny) Scrutiny of cases include verification of papers filed alongwith cases, court fee paid, - do -
process paid, maintainability etc., enclosed orders/judgments, vakalats, material
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numbering, docketing, entering the data in computers and transmitting the case files to
the concerned Sections for further process and posting.
1 Receiving and posting of cases pertaining to Writ Petition (Division Bench) matters
etc., All the works relating to these cases viz., entering the data into computers,
distribution, issuance of notices, entering the vakalats, caveats, sending the translation
material to the T&P Section, making the cased ready for posting before the Hon’ble
22. Writ Petitions (Division Bench) Courts, calling for records from the Lower Courts in respect of the cases against which - do -
appeals are preferred in High Court, receiving counters, material papers etc., and
clubbing the same with the main file, carrying out amendments in the cause title of the
cases as per the directions of the Hon’ble Courts, preparing office notes and placing
the same before the Hon’ble Courts/Registrars for necessary orders etc.,
1 Receiving and posting of cases pertaining to Writ Petition (Service matters) etc., All
the works relating to these cases viz., entering the data into computers, distribution,
issuance of notices, entering the vakalats, caveats, sending the translation material to
the T&P Section, making the cased ready for posting before the Hon’ble Courts,
Writ Petitions
23. calling for records from the Lower Courts in respect of the cases against which appeals - do -
( Service )
are preferred in High Court, receiving counters, material papers etc., and clubbing the
same with the main file, carrying out amendments in the cause title of the cases as per
the directions of the Hon’ble Courts, preparing office notes and placing the same
before the Hon’ble Courts/Registrars for necessary orders etc.,
1 Receiving and posting of cases pertaining to Writ Petition (Non-service) matters etc.,
All the works relating to these cases viz., entering the data into computers, distribution,
issuance of notices, entering the vakalats, caveats, sending the translation material to
the T&P Section, making the cased ready for posting before the Hon’ble Courts,
24. Writ Petitions ( Non Service) calling for records from the Lower Courts in respect of the cases against which appeals - do -
are preferred in High Court, receiving counters, material papers etc., and clubbing the
same with the main file, carrying out amendments in the cause title of the cases as per
the directions of the Hon’ble Courts, preparing office notes and placing the same
before the Hon’ble Courts/Registrars for necessary orders etc.,
1 Receiving of copies of judgments from the Court Master Section in respect of which
the copies marked for Law reports and preparation of preamble, head note for the
report and preparing sets of judicial index of the decisions of High Court every month
25. Judicial Indexing - do -
and circulation of such set to all the Hon’ble Judges and officers of High Court and
subject wise index of all such decisions and the maintenance of the same in Index Box
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3. FUNCTIONAL UNITS AND STAFF LOCATED IN EACH UNIT
Sl.No. Functional Unit Name STAFF
Pay Grade
Designation Sanctioned In position
(As per PRC-2015)
Section Officer- XXI Statement showing the total 3
Deputy Section Officers- XVII category-wise strength of 4
Assistant Section Officer- XVI Officers and staff of High 5
1. Appeal Filing Assistants/ Examiners- VII Court is enclosed 3
Typists/ Copyists VII separately. 1
Attender I 2

Section Officer XXI 1


Assistant Section Officer XVII 2
Assistants/ Examiners VII -do- 3
2. C.D.Section
Typists/ Copyists VII 2
Attender I 3

Section Officer XXI 1


Deputy Section Officer XVII 3
Assistant Section Officer XVI 4
3. C.R.P Assistants/ Examiners VII -do- 5
Typists/ Copyists VII 2
Attender I 1

Section Officer XXI 40


Deputy Section Officer XVII -do- 7
Assistant Section Officer XVI 3
Assistants/ Examiners VII 1
4. Court Officers Typists/ Copyists VII 1
Book Bearer V 1
Record Assistant V 1
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Court Masters & P.Ss to XXI
Hon’ble Judges and
Court Masters & Personal Secretaries to Registrars -do- 134
5.
Hon’ble Judges Assistants/Examiners VII 02
Attenders I 02

Section Officer XXI 1


Deputy Section Officer XVII 3
Assistant Section Officer XVI 3
Computer Operator XVI 1
6. Criminal Section
Assistants/ Examiners VII -do- 7
Typists/ Copyists VII 2
Attender I 3

Section Officer XXI 2


Deputy Section Officer XVII 1
Assistant Section Officer XVI 7
Assistants/ Examiners VII 13
Typists/ Copyists VII 13
7. Current
Copying Machine Operator V -do- 2
Record Assistant V 8
Attender I 9
Roneo Operator V 1

XXI 1
Section Officer XVII 2
Deputy Section Officer XVI -do- 5
Assistant Section Officer VII 12
8. English Records Assistants/ Examiners VII 2
Typists/ Copyists V 2
Record Assistant I 2
Attender
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Section Officer XXI 1
Assistant Section Officer XVI 6
Assistants/ Examiners VII 8
9. C.M.A
Typists/ Copyists VII -do- 2
Record Assistant V 1
Attender I 1
Section Officer XXI 1
Deputy Section Officer XVII 2
10. Original Side Assistant Section Officer XVI 2
Assistants/ Examiners VII -do- 8
Attender I 1
Assistant Section Officer XVI 1
11. PIL section Typists/ Copyists VII -do- 1
Attender I 1
Assistants/ Examiners VII 3
Typists/ Copyists VII -do- 4
12. Press Copy
Book Bearer V 1
Attender I 1
Section Officer XXI 3
Deputy Section Officers XVII 2
Assistant Section Officer XVI 3
13. Special Cell (Drafting) Assistants/ Examiners VII -do- 4
Typists/ Copyists VII 3
Record Assistant V 1
Attender I 2
Deputy Section Officers XVII 3
Assistant Section Officer XVI 7
14. Special Cell (Typing) Assistants/ Examiners VII -do- 4
Typists/ Copyists VII 2
Attender I 2
Deputy Section Officers XVII 1
15. Supreme Court Assistants/ Examiners VII 1
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Section Officer XXI 1
Deputy Section Officers XVII 1
Assistant Section Officer XVI 2
16. Second Appeals & Tax Matters Assistants/ Examiners VII -do- 1
Typists/ Copyists VII 3
Record Assistant V 1
Attender I 1
Section Officer XXI 1
Deputy Section Officers XVII 1
17. Statistics Assistant Section Officer XVI -do- 1
Typists/ Copyists VII 1
Attender I 1
Section Officer XXI 3
Assistants/ Examiners VII -do- 1
18. Translation & Printing Typists/ Copyists VII 1
Record Assistant V 1
Attender I 2
Section Officer XXI 2
Deputy Section Officers XVII 1
Assistant Section Officer XVI 1
Assistants/ Examiners VII -do- 9
19. Vernacular Records
Typists/ Copyists VII 1
Record Assistant V 1
Attender I 2

Section Officer XXI 14


Deputy Section Officers XVII 3
Assistant Section Officer XVI 1
Assistants/ Examiners VII -do- 3
20. New Filing (Civil Scrutiny)
Typists/ Copyists VII 9
Record Assistant V 3
Attender I 6
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Section Officer XXI 18
Deputy Section Officers XVII 4
Assistant Section Officer XVI 3
Computer Operator XVI -do- 1
21. New Filing ( Writ Scrutiny)
Assistants/ Examiners VII 7
Typists/ Copyists VII 6
Record Assistant V 3
Attender I 5
Section Officer XXI 2
Deputy Section Officers XVII 2
Assistant Section Officer XVI 3
22. Writ Petitions (Division Bench) Assistants/ Examiners VII -do- 7
Typists/ Copyists VII 1
Record Assistant V 3
Attender I 4
Section Officer XXI 2
Deputy Section Officers XVII 1
Assistant Section Officer XVI 2
Computer Operator XVI -do- 1
23. Writ Petitions ( Service ) Assistants/ Examiners VII 12
Typists/ Copyists VII 1
Record Assistant V 2
Attender I 2
Section Officer XXI 2
Deputy Section Officers XVII 4
Assistant Section Officer XVI -do- 3
24. Writ Petitions ( Non Service) Assistants/ Examiners VII 11
Typists/ Copyists VII 5
Record Assistant V 2
Attender I 2
Computer Operator XVI 1
25. Judicial Indexing Typists/ Copyists VII -do- 1
Attender I 1

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RECRUITMENT WING
HEADED BY REGISTRAR (RECRUITMENT)

Sl.No. Item

1. Basic Details :
Organization Structure (Organogram, provide schematic diagram)
Provide the Organogram as on attachment for this data sheet : SEPARATE SHEET ATTACHED

2. List of functional units and functions.


Sl.No. Functional Unit Name No.of Units Functions performed in the Unit Area required for each unit
(Quantity)

1. Recruitment Cell 1 Recruitment process relating to District Judges, Junior Civil Judges etc., fixing up Area required is
Inter-se-Seniority of Junior Civil Judges, dealing with service and recruitment rules for
Judicial Officers and employees, supervision of recruitment of A.P.J.M.S. and mentioned
correspondence thereon with the unit heads concern. at Page No.17

3. FUNCTIONAL UNITS AND STAFF LOCATED IN EACH UNIT


Sl.No. Functional Unit Name STAFF
Pay Grade
Designation Sanctioned In position
(As per PRC-2015)
1. Recruitment Cell Section Officers XXI 2
Deputy Section Officers XVII 1
Assistants/Examiners VII 4
Typist/Copyist VII 2
Attender I 2
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PROTOCOL WING
HEADED BY REGISTRAR (PROTOCOL)
Sl.No. Item

1. Basic Details :
Organization Structure (Organogram, provide schematic diagram)
Provide the Organogram as on attachment for this data sheet : SEPARATE SHEET ATTACHED

2. List of functional units and functions.


No.of Units Functions performed in the Unit Area required for each unit
Sl.No. Functional Unit Name (Quantity)

1 Works relating to travel arrangements of Hon’ble Chief Justice and other Hon’ble
Judges of High Court, arrangement for stay, transport, security etc., and also similar
service to the Chief Justice’s and Judges of Hon’ble Supreme Court and other High Area required is
1. Protocol Section Courts visiting the State of A.P and Telangana. Arrangement of accommodation and mentioned
transport for other dignitaries of Judiciary including retired Judges of High Court’s and
other family members of Hon’ble Judges and retired Judges. Passport facilities and
at Page No.16
travel needs of retired Judges.
1 installation, transfer and repairs of telephones in High Court premises as well as in the
2. J.Spl.(Medical & Telephones) residences of Hon’ble Judges and officers, inter-come phones and cell phones etc., and - do -
attending to the medical needs of Hon’ble Judges etc.,
3. R.J.Spl. 1 Attending the medical needs of the Retired Judges - do
Receiving all tappals through Messenger and By Post, collecting parcels from railway -do-
stations and transport offices, sorting out tappals Section-wise and sending the same to
4. Tappals
the concerned Registrars in administrative and judicial wings, sending the confidential
and DO letters to the Registrars vide designations.

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3. FUNCTIONAL UNITS AND STAFF LOCATED IN EACH UNIT


Sl.No. Functional Unit Name STAFF
Pay Grade
Designation Sanctioned In position
(As per PRC-2015)
Section Officers XXI Statement showing the total 2
Deputy Section Officers XVII category-wise strength of 1
Assistant Section Officers XVI Officers and staff of High 3
Assistants/Examiners VII Court is enclosed 6
Protocol Section Typist/Copyist VII separately. 1
1.
Telex Operator VII 1
Drivers VI 6
Attender I 7

Section Officers XXI 1


Deputy Section Officers XVII 1
Assistant Section Officers XVI -do- 1
2. J.Spl.(Medical & Telephones) Assistants/Examiners VII 3
Typist/Copyist VII 1
Attender I 2

Section Officers XXI 1


Assistants/Examiners VII 3
3. R.J.Spl. Typist/Copyist VII -do- 1
Attender I 2

Section Officers XXI 1


Assistant Section Officer XVI 1
Computer Operator XVI 1
4. Tappal Assistants/Examiners VII -do- 5
Typist/Copyist VII 1
Attender I 2
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COMPUTER WING
HEADED BY CENTRAL PROJECT CO-ORDINATOR
Sl.No. Item

1. Basic Details :
Organization Structure (Organogram, provide schematic diagram)
Provide the Organogram as on attachment for this data sheet : SEPARATE SHEET ATTACHED

2. List of functional units and functions.


Sl.No. Functional Unit Name No.of Units Functions performed in the Unit Area required for each unit
(Quantity)

1. Computer Section & Lab 1 Planning and implementation of Computerization in High Court and Subordinate
Area required is mentioned
Courts, Maintenance of Computers installed in High Court and residences of Hon’ble
Judges etc., at Page No.14
3. FUNCTIONAL UNITS AND STAFF LOCATED IN EACH UNIT
Sl.No. Functional Unit Name STAFF
Pay Grade
Designation Sanctioned In position
(As per PRC-2015)
1. Section Officers XXI Statement showing the total 4
Assistant Section Officer XVI category-wise strength of 1
Computer Section & Lab Assistants/Examiners VII Officers and staff of High 6
Typist/Copyist VII Court is enclosed 2
Attender I separately. 2
1

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MANAGEMENT WING
HEADED BY REGISTRAR (MANAGEMENT)
Sl.No. Item

1. Basic Details :
Organization Structure (Organogram, provide schematic diagram)
Provide the Organogram as on attachment for this data sheet : SEPARATE SHEET ATTACHED

2, List of functional units and functions.


No.of Units Functions performed in the Unit Area required for each unit
Sl.No.. Functional Unit Name (Quantity)

1 Maintenance of High Court Buildings, residences of Hon’ble Judges, A/C plants,


electrical and water works in consultation with R&B Division, Municipal Corporation,
Water Works Department etc., allotment of accommodation and chambers to Hon’ble
D-II Buildings Area required is mentioned
1. Judges, arrangements of accommodation for Sections, allotment chambers to officers
of High Court, allotment of accommodation (Law Chambers) to Advocates in High at Page No.15
Court premises, construction of Court buildings and residential quarters for Judicial
Officers, amenities, permissions to Bar Associations to run canteen etc.,
Over all supervision and control on the Class-IV employees, Drivers etc., Allotment of
1 Attenders to Sections, Court Halls, Chambers and residences of Hon’ble Judges and
Registrars, inspection of High Court premises for finding out any defects. Keeping the
2. Over Seer -do-
High Court premises clean, arrangement of notice boards, maintenance of guardian
etc., maintenance of fire extinguishers, maintenance of attendance of the employees
under his control, maintenance of vehicles etc.,
1 Arrangement of Accommodation for the Judges of Hon’ble High Court and repairs,
3. J.Spl.Buildings -do-
maintenance etc.,
1 Selection and Acquisition of Books, Classification, budgeting, computerization of
books, maintenance of books in Library and Court Halls, supervision of Daily news
4. Library -do-
papers, periodicals, Magazines and journals, preparation of Catalogues and their
updating, Maintenance of State and Central Gazettes etc.
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1 Procuring and supplying stationery and non-stationery articles to the Hon’ble Judges,
officers and Sections of High Court, such as, paper, pens, pencils, table stands, table
calendars etc.,. The items include Xerox machines, calculators, emergency lights, gas
5. Stationery -do-
lights, wall clocks, works relating to preparation and supply of printed forms and
Registers, Rubber stamps, letter heads, visiting cards etc., supply of shoes, socks, waist
belts, turbans to the Attenders/Drivers etc.,
1 Purchase of furniture and furnishings for Chambers of Hon’ble Judges, officers and
6. Stores Sections of High Court and also for the residences of Hon’ble Judges, purchase of Air- -do-
coolers, repairing works of furniture, A/C.
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3. FUNCTIONAL UNITS AND STAFF LOCATED IN EACH UNIT


Sl.No. Functional Unit Name STAFF
Pay Grade
Designation Sanctioned In position
(As per PRC-2015)
Section Officers XXI Statement showing the total 2
Deputy Section Officer XVII category-wise strength of 1
Assistant Section Officer XVI Officers and staff of High 2
D-II Buildings
1. Assistants/Examiners VII Court is enclosed 1
Typist/Copyist VII separately. 1
Record Assistant V 1
Attender I 1
Assistant Section Officer XVI 1
Assistants/Examiners VII 1
2. Over Seer
Record Assistant V 1
Attender I -do- 2
Section Officers XXI 1
Deputy Section Officer XVII 1
Assistant Section Officer XVI 1
3. J.Spl.Buildings Assistants/Examiners VII 4
Record Assistant V -do- 1
Attender I 3
Section Officers 1
Deputy Section Officer 1
Assistant Section Officer 2
Assistant Librarian -do- 1
Assistants/Examiners 8
4. Library
Typist/Copyist 1
Copying Machine Operator 1
Record Assistant 1
Attenders 5
Lift Operator 1

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Section Officers XXI 1
Assistants/Examiners VII 5
Typists/Copyists VII 2
5. Stationery Roneo Operator -- 1
Attender I -do- 1

Section Officers XXI 1


Deputy Section Officer XVII 1
Assistants/Examiners VII 4
6. Stores Typists/Copyists VII -do- 2
Record Assistant V 1
Attender I 1
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ENQUIRIES WING
HEADED BY DISTRICT JUDGE (ENQUIRIES)
Sl.No. Item

1. Basic Details :
Organization Structure (Organogram, provide schematic diagram)
Provide the Organogram as on attachment for this data sheet : SEPARATE SHEET ATTACHED

2. List of functional units and functions.


Sl.No. Functional Unit Name No.of Units Functions performed in the Unit Area required for each unit
(Quantity)

1. Enquiry Cell 1 Conduction of regular departmental enquiries ordered against the Judicial Officers in Area required is mentioned
the cadre of Senior Civil Judges and Junior Civil Judges at Page No.18

3. FUNCTIONAL UNITS AND STAFF LOCATED IN EACH UNIT


Sl.No. Functional Unit Name STAFF
Pay Grade
Designation Sanctioned In position
(As per PRC-2015)
1. Enquiry Cell Section Officers XXI Statement showing the total 1
Deputy Section Officer XVII category-wise strength of 1
U.D.STeno XVI Officers and staff of High 1
Assistants/Examiners VII Court is enclosed 1
Record Assistant V separately. 1
1

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VIGILANCE WING
HEADED BY REGISTRAR (VIGILANCE)
Sl.No. Item

1. Basic Details
Organization Structure (Organogram, provide schematic diagram)
Provide the Organogram as on attachment for this data sheet : SEPARATE SHEET ATTACHED

2. List of functional units and functions.


No.of Units Functions performed in the Unit Area required for each unit
Sl.No. Functional Unit Name (Quantity)

1 Matters relating to complaints against Judicial Officers viz., District Judges, Senior Area required is mentioned
Vigilance Cell
1. Civil Judges, Junior Civil Judges, Magistrates and also against the Judicial Ministerial
Staff . at Page No.12
1 Service Matters in respect of all Judicial Officers relating to postings, probations,
regularization, confirmations, promotions, transfers etc., Court Matters, leave,
2. B.Spl. Surrenders, deputations, confidential reports, retirements, preparation of Half Yearly -do-
list of Judges of High Court and Judicial Officers and convening administrative
committee meetings.
1 Statistics of Sub-ordinate Courts, Stayed matters in Lower Courts, submitting the same
3. O.P.Cell to the State and Central authorities, furnishing information to Parliament/Assembly -do-
questioner etc.,
1 Review of turn-out of work of all the Judicial Officers in the State in consonance with
4. Work Review Cell -do-
the norms set-out in circulars and guidelines.
Creation of Courts/posts, continuation of temporary Courts and temporary staff in sub-ordinate
Courts, jurisdiction and change of jurisdiction of Courts, inspection of Courts, conferences of
District Judges with Judicial Officers and Hon’ble Portfolio Judge with Judicial Officers, State
5. E Section level District & Sessions Judges Conferences, appointment of official receivers and -do-
continuation of staff in the office of Official Receivers etc., designation of existing Courts as
Special Courts, correspondence with the Government regarding appointment of Government
Pleaders and Public Prosecutors etc.,
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3. FUNCTIONAL UNITS AND STAFF LOCATED IN EACH UNIT


Sl.No. Functional Unit Name STAFF
Pay Grade
Designation Sanctioned In position
(As per PRC-2015)
Section Officers XXI Statement showing the total 1
Deputy Section Officers XVII category-wise strength of 2
Assistant Section Officers XVI Officers and staff of High 1
1. Vigilance Cell Assistants/Examiners VII Court is enclosed 3
Typists/Copyists VII separately. 3
Attender I 1
Section Officers XXI 2
Deputy Section Officers XVII 2
Assistant Section Officers XVI -do- 1
2. B.Spl. Assistants/Examiners VII 5
Typists/Copyists VII 4
Attender I 2
Section Officers XXI 1
Assistants/Examiners VII 3
3. O.P.Cell Typists/Copyists VII -do- 2
Attender I 1
Section Officers XXI 1
Deputy Section Officers XVII 1
Assistant Section Officers XVI 2
4. Work Review Cell Assistants/Examiners VII -do- 3
Typists/Copyists VII 2
Attender I 1

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Section Officers XXI 1
Deputy Section Officers XVII 1
Assistant Section Officers XVI -do- 2
5. E Section Assistants/Examiners VII 2
Typists/Copyists VII 2
Attender I 1
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7.4 secretariat

• 1. Major Functional Units:


• Departments of Secretariat (No. of Departments – 32 Nos.)
• Functioning of the all departments are interlinked with the below
Key Departments
• Finance Department
• Law Department
• General Administration Department Staff - 2574 Nos.
• Chief Minister’s office Outsourced Staff – 209 Nos.
• Chief Secretary’s office Visitors – 2000 Nos.
• Ministers/ Advisors Chambers
• Visitor’s Room for each department
• Finance, Law, GAD departments, Chief Minister’s office and Chief
Secretarie’s office form the core of the Secretariat. All other functions
are organized around this core as a hub.

Secretariat – Abstract Space requirement (Area in SFT)


1 Departments of Secretariat 540750
2 Chief Minsiter's office 19500
3 Chief Secretary's office 8500
4 Ministers/ Advisors Chambers 54000
5 Common Utilities 117250
Grand Total 740000
Common Areas @ 25% 185000
Grand Total 925000

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The various departments of the Secretariat


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Area Area Area Area Required


No. Of required for Required for No. Of required for for all
S.No Functional Unit Name S.No Functional Unit Name
Units each Unit all functional Units each Unit in functional
in Sft. units in sft Sft. units in sft

1. GENERAL ADMINISTRATION DEPARTMENT 2. AGRICULTURE & COOPERATION DEPARTMENT

Spl.C.S/Prl.Secy./Secys. (alongwith Chamber, Spl.C.S/Prl.Secy./Secys. (alongwith Chamber,


1 11 1200 13200 1 3 1200 3600
ante chamber, peshi & visitors room) ante chamber, peshi & visitors room)

Middle Level officers (alongwith chamber, Middle Level officers (alongwith chamber, ante
2 11 500 5500 2 3 500 1500
ante chamber & Peshi) chamber & Peshi)
3 Asst.Secretaries 17 250 4250 3 Asst.Secretaries 4 250 1000
4 Sections 50 300 15000
4 Sections 15 300 4500
5 Record Room 2 500 1000
5 Record Room 1 500 500
6 Despatch, Tappal and others 5 200 1000
6 Despatch, Tappal and others 2 200 400
7 Other Officers 5 250 1250
7 Stores 1 200 200
8 Genl.Admn.(SB-Stores) Dept 1 1500 1500
8 Front office & General Lounge 1 300 300
9 G.A.(OP.III Stores) Deptt 1 500 500
9 Mini Conference Hall 1 1000 1000
10 General Conference Hall Big 1 4000 4000
10 Office Sub-ordinates Rest Room 1 200 200
11 General Conference Hall Mini 1 2000 2000
Total Requirement for Department 13200
12 Front office & General Lounge for GAD 1 600 600

13 Central reception of Secretariat 1 2000 2000 Area Area Required


No. Of required for for all
14 Central Secretariat Library 1 3000 3000 S.No Functional Unit Name
Units each Unit in functional
Sft. units in sft
15 Chief Security Officer 1 700 700
16 SPF Personnel rest rooms 3 700 2100
17 Guard Room / health Supervisor Room 2 500 1000 3. ANIMAL HUSBANRY, DAIRY DEVELOPMENT & FISHERIES DEPARTMENT

18 NRI Certificates Attestation Centre 1 500 500


Spl.C.S/Prl.Secy./Secys. (alongwith Chamber,
1 1 1200 1200

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ante chamber, peshi & visitors room)
19 R&B (Buildings/Electrical) offices 2 500 1000
20 Internal Phones Exchange 1 500 500
Middle Level officers (alongwith chamber, ante
21 Rooms for storage of House Keeping Agencies 5 150 750 2 2 500 1000
chamber & Peshi)
11 General Conference Hall Mini 1 2000 2000

12 Front office & General Lounge for GAD 1 600 600


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13 Central reception of Secretariat 1 2000 2000 Area Area Required
No. Of required for for all
14 Central Secretariat Library 1 3000 3000 S.No Functional Unit Name
Units each Unit in functional
Sft. units in sft
15 Chief Security Officer 1 700 700
16 SPF Personnel rest rooms 3 700 2100
17 Guard Room / health Supervisor Room 2 500 1000 3. ANIMAL HUSBANRY, DAIRY DEVELOPMENT & FISHERIES DEPARTMENT

18 NRI Certificates Attestation Centre 1 500 500


Spl.C.S/Prl.Secy./Secys. (alongwith Chamber,
1 1 1200 1200
ante chamber, peshi & visitors room)
19 R&B (Buildings/Electrical) offices 2 500 1000
20 Internal Phones Exchange 1 500 500
Middle Level officers (alongwith chamber, ante
21 Rooms for storage of House Keeping Agencies 5 150 750 2 2 500 1000
chamber & Peshi)
R.O.Plants Maintenance / Pest Control 3 Asst.Secretaries 2 Area250Area Required 500
22 2 500 1000
Measures 4 Sections for
No.5 Of required300 for all1500
S.No
5 Record Room Functional Unit Name 500 500
23 Open Area cleaning workers rest rooms 1 500 500 Units
1 each Unit in functional
Sft. units in sft
6 Despatch, Tappal and others 2 200 400
24 R&B Civil / Electrical Store Rooms 2 500 1000
7 Stores 1 200 200
R&B Sanitation / Plumbing / Carpentory ANIMAL
3. 8 HUSBANRY, DAIRY DEVELOPMENT
Front office & General Lounge & FISHERIES
1 DEPARTMENT
300 300
25 3 500 1500
works Store Rooms
9 Mini Conference Hall 1 1000 1000
10 Spl.C.S/Prl.Secy./Secys.
Consultation Room (alongwith Chamber, 2 400 800
26 Office Sub-ordinates Rest Room 2 200 400 1 1 1200 1200
ante chamber, peshi & visitors room)
27 Central Records Bureau 1 5000 5000 11 Office Sub-ordinates Rest Room 1 200 200
Total Requirement for Department 70750 Total
Middle Level officers (alongwith Requirement
chamber, ante for Department 7600
2 2 500 1000
chamber & Peshi)
3 Asst.Secretaries 2 250 500
4 Sections 5 300 1500
5 Record Room 1 500 500
6 Despatch, Tappal and others 2 200 400
7 Stores 1 200 200
8 Front office & General Lounge 1 300 300
9 Mini Conference Hall 1 1000 1000
10 Consultation Room 2 400 800
11 Office Sub-ordinates Rest Room 1 200 200
Total Requirement for Department 7600
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Area Area Required Area Area


No. Of required for for all No. Of required for Required for
S.No Functional Unit Name S.No Functional Unit Name
Units each Unit in functional Units each Unit in all functional
Sft. units in sft Sft. units in sft

4. BACKWARD CLASSES WELFARE DEPARTMENT


6. ENERGY, INFRASTRUCTURE & INVESTMENT DEPARTMENT

Spl.C.S/Prl.Secy./Secys. (alongwith Chamber,


1 1 1200 1200 Spl.C.S/Prl.Secy./Secys. (alongwith Chamber,
ante chamber, peshi & visitors room) 1 1 1200 1200
ante chamber, peshi & visitors room)

Middle Level officers (alongwith chamber, ante


2 1 500 500 Middle Level officers (alongwith chamber, ante
chamber & Peshi) 2 4 500 2000
chamber & Peshi)
3 Asst.Secretaries 1 250 250
3 Advisor 1 500 500
4 Sections 5 300 1500
4 Asst.Secretaries 3 250 750
5 Record Room 1 500 500
5 Chief Project Manager 1 250 250
6 Despatch, Tappal and others 2 200 400 6 Sections 8 300 2400
7 Record Room 1 500 500
7 Stores 1 200 200
8 Despatch, Tappal and others 2 200 400
8 Front office & General Lounge 1 300 300
9 Stores 1 200 200
9 Mini Conference Hall 1 1000 1000
10 Front office & General Lounge 1 300 300
10 Office Sub-ordinates Rest Room 1 200 200
Total Requirement for Department 6050 11 Office Sub-ordinates Rest Room 1 200 200
12 Mini Conference Hall 1 1000 1000
Total Requirement for Department 9700

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Area Area Required
No. Of required for for all
S.No Functional Unit Name No. Of required for for all
Units each Unit in functional S.No Functional Unit Name
Units each Unit in functional
Sft. units in sft
Sft. units in sft

5. CONSUMER AFFAIRS & CIVIL SUPPLIES DEPARTMENT


7. ENVIRONMENT, FOREST, SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY DEPARTMENT
Spl.C.S/Prl.Secy./Secys. (alongwith Chamber,
1 1 1200 1200
ante chamber, peshi & visitors room) Spl.C.S/Prl.Secy./Secys. (alongwith Chamber,
1 1 1200 1200
ante chamber, peshi & visitors room)

Middle Level officers (alongwith chamber, ante


2 1 500 500
chamber & Peshi) 2 Spl.Secretary to Government 2 1000 2000
3 Asst.Secretaries 1 250 250
Middle Level officers (alongwith chamber, ante
4 Sections 2 300 600 3 1 500 500
chamber & Peshi)
5 Record Room 1 500 500
4 Asst.Secretaries 1 250 250
6 Despatch, Tappal and others 2 200 400 5 Sections 5 300 1500
7 Stores 1 200 200 6 Record Room 1 500 500

8 Front office & General Lounge 1 300 300 7 Despatch, Tappal and others 2 200 400
8 Stores 1 200 200
9 Office Sub-ordinates Rest Room 1 200 200
9 Front office & General Lounge 1 300 300
10 Mini Conference Hall 1 1000 1000
Total Requirement for Department 5150 10 Office Sub-ordinates Rest Room 1 200 200
11 Security personnel room 1 350 350
12 Mini Conference Hall 1 1000 1000
Total Requirement for Department 8400
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Area Area Required


No. Of required for for all Area Area Required
S.No Functional Unit Name No. Of required for for all
Units each Unit in functional S.No Functional Unit Name
Sft. units in sft Units each Unit in functional
Sft. units in sft
8. FINANCE DEPARTMENT
9. HEALTH, MEDICAL & FAMILY WELFARE DEPARTMENT
Spl.C.S/Prl.Secy./Secys. (alongwith Chamber,
1 3 1200 3600
ante chamber, peshi & visitors room)
Spl.C.S/Prl.Secy./Secys. (alongwith Chamber,
1 2 1200 2400
ante chamber, peshi & visitors room)
Advisor to Government (Cabinet Rank)
2 (alongwith Chamber, ante chamber, peshi & 1 1200 1200
visitors room)
Financial Advisor (alongwith Chamber, ante
2 1 1200 1200
chamber, peshi & visitors room)
Spl.Secretary to Government / Chief Excecutive
3 2 1200 2400
officer (Economic Development Board) Middle Level officers (alongwith chamber, ante
3 3 500 1500
chamber & Peshi)
4 Asst.Secretaries 3 250 750
Middle Level officers (alongwith chamber, ante
4 7 500 3500 5 IT Consultant & Team 1 400 400
chamber & Peshi)
Legal officer / Consutants from social
6 6 250 1500
empowerment mission
Director (IT), Joint Finance Advisor, Deputy
5 Finance Advisor, OSD (BG), OSD(RM), OSD 3 500 1500 7 Sections 12 300 3600
(IF), OSD Banks Coordination 8 Record Room 1 500 500
9 Despatch, Tappal and others 2 200 400
6 Asst.Secretaries 12 250 3000
10 Stores 1 200 200
Asst. Finance Advisor / Asst. Director (Internal 11 Front office & General Lounge 1 300 300
7 Audit) / OSD (DCM)/ OSD (BG), OSD(RM), OSD 7 250 1750
(IF), OSD Banks Coordination
12 Office Sub-ordinates Rest Room 1 200 200

Economic Development Board 1 20000 20000 13 Visitors Rooms for Kidney hearing patients 1 400 400
14 Mini Conference Hall 1 1000 1000
8 Electronic Data Processing / PMU (enidhi) 2 2000 4000 Total Requirement for Department 14350
9 Economic Analysis Wing 1 2500 2500
10 PPP Cell 1 1000 1000
11 PMU (Externally Aided Project) 1 1200 1200

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12 Sections 37 300 11100
13 Library 1 1200 1200
14 Record Room 1 2000 2000
Asst. Finance Advisor / Asst. Director (Internal 11 Front office & General Lounge 1 300 300
7 Audit) / OSD (DCM)/ OSD (BG), OSD(RM), OSD 7 250 1750
(IF), OSD Banks Coordination
12 Office Sub-ordinates Rest Room 1 200 200

Capital Complex
Economic Design
Development BoardCompetition 1Brief 20000 20000 13 Visitors Rooms for Kidney hearing patients 1 400 400
14 Mini Conference Hall 1 1000 1000
8 Electronic Data Processing / PMU (enidhi) 2 2000 4000 Total Requirement for Department 14350
9 Economic Analysis Wing 1 2500 2500
10 PPP Cell 1 1000 1000
11 PMU (Externally Aided Project) 1 1200 1200
12 Sections 37 300 11100
13 Library 1 1200 1200
14 Record Room 1 2000 2000
15 Despatch, Tappal and others 2 200 400
16 Stores 1 300 300
17 Front office & General Lounge 1 1000 1000

18 Office Sub-ordinates Rest Room 1 200 200


19 Main Conference Hall 1 3000 3000
20 Mini Conference Hall 1 1000 1000
Total Requirement for Department 65850
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Area Area Required


No. Of required for for all Area Area
S.No Functional Unit Name
Units each Unit in functional No. Of required Required for
Sft. units in sft S.No Functional Unit Name
Units for each all functional
Unit in Sft. units in sft
10. HIGHER EDUCATION DEPARTMENT

Spl.C.S/Prl.Secy./Secys. (alongwith Chamber, ante


1 1 1200 1200 12. HOUSING DEPARTMENT
chamber, peshi & visitors room)
Spl.C.S/Prl.Secy./Secys. (alongwith
1 Chamber, ante chamber, peshi & visitors 1 1200 1200
2 Spl. Secretary to Government 1 500 500 room)

Middle Level officers (alongwith chamber, ante Middle Level officers (alongwith chamber,
3 2 500 1000 3 1 500 500
chamber & Peshi) ante chamber & Peshi)
State NSS Officer 1 500 500 4 Asst.Secretaries 1 250 250
4 Asst.Secretaries 2 250 500 5 Sections 4 300 1200
5 Sections for NSS 2 250 500 6 Record Room 1 500 500
7 Sections 8 300 2400
8 Record Room 1 500 500 7 Despatch, Tappal and others 2 200 400
9 Despatch, Tappal and others 2 200 400 8 Stores 1 200 200
10 Stores 1 200 200
9 Front office & General Lounge 1 300 300
11 Front office & General Lounge 1 300 300
10 Office Sub-ordinates Rest Room 1 200 200
12 Office Sub-ordinates Rest Room 1 200 200
11 Mini Conference Hall 1 1000 1000
13 Stores for NSS 1 200 200
14 Mini Conference Hall 1 1000 1000 Total Requirement for Department 5750
Total Requirement for Department 9400

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Area Area Required


No. Of required for for all Area Area
S.No Functional Unit Name
Units each Unit in functional No. Of required Required for
Sft. units in sft S.No Functional Unit Name
Units for each all functional
Unit in Sft. units in sft
10. HIGHER EDUCATION DEPARTMENT

Spl.C.S/Prl.Secy./Secys. (alongwith Chamber, ante


1 1 1200 1200 12. HOUSING DEPARTMENT
chamber, peshi & visitors room)
Spl.C.S/Prl.Secy./Secys. (alongwith
1 Chamber, ante chamber, peshi & visitors 1 1200 1200
2 Spl. Secretary to Government 1 500 500 room)

Middle Level officers (alongwith chamber, ante Middle Level officers (alongwith chamber,
3 2 500 1000 3 1 500 500
chamber & Peshi) ante chamber & Peshi)
State NSS Officer 1 500 500 4 Asst.Secretaries 1 250 250
4 Asst.Secretaries 2 250 500 5 Sections 4 300 1200
5 Sections for NSS 2 250 500 6 Record Room 1 500 500
7 Sections 8 300 2400
8 Record Room 1 500 500 7 Despatch, Tappal and others 2 200 400
9 Despatch, Tappal and others 2 200 400 8 Stores 1 200 200
10 Stores 1 200 200
9 Front office & General Lounge 1 300 300
11 Front office & General Lounge 1 300 300
10 Office Sub-ordinates Rest Room 1 200 200
12 Office Sub-ordinates Rest Room 1 200 200
11 Mini Conference Hall 1 1000 1000
13 Stores for NSS 1 200 200
14 Mini Conference Hall 1 1000 1000 Total Requirement for Department 5750
Total Requirement for Department 9400
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Area Area Area Area Required


No. Of required for Required for No. Of required for for all
S.No Functional Unit Name S.No Functional Unit Name
Units each Unit all functional Units each Unit in functional
in Sft. units in sft Sft. units in sft

15. LABOUR EMPLOTMENT TRAINING & FACTORIES DEPARTMENT


14. INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY, ELECTRONICS & COMMUNICATION
DEPARTMENT
Spl.C.S/Prl.Secy./Secys. (alongwith Chamber,
1 1 1200 1200
ante chamber, peshi & visitors room)
Spl.C.S/Prl.Secy./Secys. (alongwith Chamber,
1 1 1200 1200
ante chamber, peshi & visitors room)
Middle Level officers (alongwith chamber, ante
2 1 500 500
chamber & Peshi)
Advisor to Government (IT)(alongwith
2 Chamber, ante chamber, peshi & visitors 1 1200 1200 3 Asst.Secretaries 1 250 250
room) 4 Sections 5 300 1500
5 Record Room 1 500 500
3 Spl.Secretary to Government 1 1200 1200 6 Despatch, Tappal and others 2 200 400
7 Stores 1 500 500
C.E.O. (Innovations Society) / C.E.O. 8 Front office & General Lounge 1 300 300
4 2 1000 2000
(Electronic & IT Agency)
9 Office Sub-ordinates Rest Room 1 200 200
Directors / Joint Secy. / Joint Director 10 Mini Conference Hall 1 1000 1000
5 (Promotions) / Consultant (KMPG) / Joint 7 500 3500 Total Requirement for Department 6350
Director (Infra) /

6 Project Director ( Mee Seva) 1 400 400


7 SeMT Team Head 1 300 300

Consultants / Project Manager / S.O.


8 (Portal) / Asst.Directors / Section Officers / 11 250 2750
AAO / JAO / Sr. Consultant /

IT Promotion Officers / Technical Associates /


9 2 225 450
Project Associates /

10 Data Entry Operators / Technical Associates 45 75 3375

11 Technical Associates (Shared Work space) 40 40 1600

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12 Record Room 1 2000 2000
13 Despatch, Tappal and others 2 200 400

14 Stores (Computer Hard ware) 1 2000 2000


6 Project Director ( Mee Seva) 1 400 400
7 SeMT Team Head 1 300 300

Consultants / Project Manager / S.O.


Capital Complex
8 (Portal) Design
/ Asst.Directors Competition
/ Section Officers / 11 Brief 250 2750
AAO / JAO / Sr. Consultant /

IT Promotion Officers / Technical Associates /


9 2 225 450
Project Associates /

10 Data Entry Operators / Technical Associates 45 75 3375

11 Technical Associates (Shared Work space) 40 40 1600


12 Record Room 1 2000 2000
13 Despatch, Tappal and others 2 200 400
Area Area Required
14 Stores (Computer Hard ware) 1 2000 2000 No. Of required for for all
S.No Functional Unit Name
Units each Unit in functional
Sft. units in sft
15 Front office & General Lounge 1 1000 1000

16 Office Sub-ordinates Rest Room 1 200 200 16. LAW DEPARTMENT


17 VC Conference Hall 1 2000 2000 Spl.C.S/Prl.Secy./Secys. (alongwith Chamber,
18 Mini Conference Hall 1 1000 1000 1 1 1200 1200
ante chamber, peshi & visitors room)
Total Requirement for General Administration Department 26575
Middle Level officers (alongwith chamber, ante
2 8 500 4000
chamber & Peshi)
3 Draftsman to Government 1 500 500
4 Asst.Secretaries 4 250 1000
5 Asst. Draftsman to Government 1 250 250
6 Sections 9 300 2700
7 Stenographers 5 150 750
8 Record Room 1 500 500
9 Despatch, Tappal and others 2 200 400
10 Stores 1 500 500
11 Front office & General Lounge 1 300 300

12 Office Sub-ordinates Rest Room 1 200 200


13 Mini Conference Hall 1 1000 1000
14 Library 1 2500 2500
Total Requirement for Department 15800
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Area Area Required


No. Of required for for all Area Area
S.No Functional Unit Name No. Of required for Required for
Units each Unit in functional S.No Functional Unit Name
Sft. units in sft Units each Unit in all functional
Sft. units in sft
17. MINORITIES WELFARE DEPARTMENT

Spl.C.S/Prl.Secy./Secys. (alongwith Chamber, ante 19. PANCHAYATRAJ & RURAL DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT
1 1 1200 1200
chamber, peshi & visitors room)
Spl.C.S/Prl.Secy./Secys. (alongwith Chamber,
1 2 1200 2400
ante chamber, peshi & visitors room)
Middle Level officers (alongwith chamber, ante
2 1 500 500
chamber & Peshi)
3 Asst.Secretaries 1 250 250 Middle Level officers (alongwith chamber, ante
2 7 500 3500
chamber & Peshi)
4 Sections 5 300 1500
5 Record Room 1 500 500 3 Asst.Secretaries 6 250 1500
6 Despatch, Tappal and others 2 200 400 4 Sections 29 300 8700
7 Stores 1 200 200 5 Record Room 1 500 500
8 Front office & General Lounge 1 300 300 6 Despatch, Tappal and others 2 200 400

9 Office Sub-ordinates Rest Room 1 200 200 7 Stores 1 200 200

10 Mini Conference Hall 1 1000 1000 8 Front office & General Lounge 1 300 300
Total Requirement for Department 6050
9 Office Sub-ordinates Rest Room 1 200 200
10 Mini Conference Hall 1 1000 1000
Total Requirement for Department 18700

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No. Of required for for all
S.No Functional Unit Name
Units each Unit in functional
Sft. units in sft

18. MUNCIPAL ADMINISTRATION & URBAN DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT

Spl.C.S/Prl.Secy./Secys. (alongwith Chamber, ante


1 3 1200 3600
chamber, peshi & visitors room)

Middle Level officers (alongwith chamber, ante


2 5 500 2500
chamber & Peshi)

3 Addl. Director / Joint Director / OSD 3 500 1500


4 Asst.Secretaries 4 250 1000
5 Deputy Director / Asst. Directors 4 250 1000

Establishment section (consisting of 7 to 8


6 1 400 400
employees)
7 Sections 14 300 4200
8 Record Room 1 1000 1000
9 Despatch, Tappal and others 2 200 400
10 Stores 1 200 200
11 Front office & General Lounge 1 300 300

12 Office Sub-ordinates Rest Room 1 200 200


13 Mini Conference Hall 1 1000 1000
14 PMU Cell 1 300 300
Total Requirement for Department 17600
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Area Area Area Area Required


No. Of required for for all
No. Of required for Required for S.No Functional Unit Name
S.No Functional Unit Name Units each Unit in functional
Units each Unit in all functional
Sft. units in sft Sft. units in sft

21. PUBLIC ENTERPRISES DEPARTMENT


20. PLANNING DEPARTMENT
Spl.C.S/Prl.Secy./Secys. (alongwith Chamber,
1 1 1200 1200
Vice Chairman, APSPB (alongwith Chamber, ante chamber, peshi & visitors room)
1 1 1500 1500
ante chamber, peshi & visitors room)
2 Advisor 2 500 1000
3 Asst. Advisor 2 250 500
Chairman, 20-Point Programme (alongwith
4 Asst.Secretaries 1 250 250
2 Chamber, ante chamber, peshi & visitors 1 1500 1500
5 Sections 4 300 1200
room)
6 Record Room 1 500 500
7 Despatch, Tappal and others 2 200 400
Member, APSPB (alongwith Chamber, ante
3 1 1500 1500
chamber, peshi & visitors room) 8 Stores 1 200 200
9 Front office & General Lounge 1 300 300
Spl.C.S/Prl.Secy./Secys. (alongwith Chamber,
4 4 1200 4800 10 Office Sub-ordinates Rest Room 1 200 200
ante chamber, peshi & visitors room)
11 Mini Conference Hall 1 1000 1000
Total Requirement for Department 6750
Advisors and Consultants to Spl. Chief
5 20 1200 24000
Secretary to Government

Middle Level officers (alongwith chamber, ante


6 2 500 1000
chamber & Peshi)

7 Directors 2 500 1000


Joint Directors / Deputy Directors / Asst.
8 8 350 2800
Directors
9 Asst.Secretaries 2 250 500
10 Sections 13 300 3900
11 Power Room 1 300 300
12 Data Centre / Networking Room 2 400 800
13 GIS Related Systems 1 1500 1500

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14 Record Room 1 500 500
15 Despatch, Tappal, Xerox and others 3 200 600
16 Stores 1 200 200
chamber & Peshi)

7 Directors 2 500 1000


Joint Directors / Deputy Directors / Asst.
8 8 350 2800
Directors
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9 Asst.Secretaries
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Brief 250 500
10 Sections 13 300 3900
11 Power Room 1 300 300
12 Data Centre / Networking Room 2 400 800
13 GIS Related Systems 1 1500 1500
14 Record Room 1 500 500
15 Despatch, Tappal, Xerox and others 3 200 600
16 Stores 1 200 200
17 Front office & General Lounge 1 300 300

18 Office Sub-ordinates Rest Room 1 200 200


Area Area Required
19 Technical Library 1 1500 1500
No. Of required for for all
20 Video Conference Hall 1 2000 2000 S.No Functional Unit Name
Units each Unit in functional
21 Mini Conference Hall 1 1000 1000 Sft. units in sft
Total Requirement for Department 51400
22. REVENUE DEPARTMENT

Spl.C.S/Prl.Secy./Secys. (alongwith Chamber,


1 3 1200 3600
ante chamber, peshi & visitors room)

Middle Level officers (alongwith chamber, ante


2 5 500 2500
chamber & Peshi)
3 Asst.Secretaries 9 250 2250
4 Sections 29 300 8700
5 Record Room 1 500 500
6 Despatch, Tappal and others 2 200 400
7 Stores 1 200 200
8 Front office & General Lounge 1 300 300

9 Office Sub-ordinates Rest Room 1 200 200


10 Mini Conference Hall 1 1000 1000
Total Requirement for Department 19650
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Area Area Required


No. Of required for for all Area Area
S.No Functional Unit Name
Units each Unit in functional No. Of required Required for
Sft. units in sft S.No Functional Unit Name
Units for each all functional
Unit in Sft. units in sft
23. REVENUE (DM) DEPARTMENT

Spl.C.S/Prl.Secy./Secys. (alongwith Chamber, ante 25. SOCIAL WELFARE DEPARTMENT


1 1 1200 1200
chamber, peshi & visitors room)
Spl.C.S/Prl.Secy./Secys. (alongwith Chamber,
1 1 1200 1200
ante chamber, peshi & visitors room)
Director (alongwith Chamber, ante chamber, peshi
2 1 1200 1200
& visitors room)
3 Spl.Commissioner (SDMA) 1 500 500 Spl. Secretary to Govt. / Middle Level officers
2 3 500 1500
4 Asst.Secretaries 1 250 250 (alongwith chamber, ante chamber & Peshi)

Accounts Officer / Dy.Director / Statastical Wing +


5 4 250 1000 3 Asst.Secretaries 3 250 750
UNDP
4 Sections 10 300 3000
6 INSTAX / State Emergency Centre 2 1000 2000 5 Record Room 1 500 500

7 Sections 2 300 600 6 Despatch, Tappal and others 2 200 400


8 Record Room 1 500 500 7 Stores 1 200 200
9 Despatch, Tappal and others 2 200 400
8 Front office & General Lounge 1 300 300
10 Stores 1 200 200
11 Front office & General Lounge 1 300 300 9 Office Sub-ordinates Rest Room 1 200 200
10 Mini Conference Hall 1 1000 1000
12 Office Sub-ordinates Rest Room 1 200 200
Total Requirement for Department 9050
13 Mini Conference Hall 1 1000 1000
Total Requirement for Department 9350

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Area Area
No. Of required for for all
S.No Functional Unit Name No. Of required for Required for
Units each Unit in functional S.No Functional Unit Name
Units each Unit all functional
Sft. units in sft
in Sft. units in sft

24. SCHOOL EDUCATION DEPARTMENT


26. TRANSPORT, ROADS & BUILDINGS DEPARTMENT
Spl.C.S/Prl.Secy./Secys. (alongwith Chamber, ante
1 1 1200 1200
chamber, peshi & visitors room)
Spl.C.S/Prl.Secy./Secys. (alongwith Chamber,
1 1 1200 1200
ante chamber, peshi & visitors room)
Middle Level officers (alongwith chamber, ante
2 2 500 1000
chamber & Peshi)
Advisor (alongwith chamber, ante chamber &
3 Asst.Secretaries 3 250 750 2 1 500 500
Peshi)
4 Sections 12 300 3600
5 Record Room 1 500 500
Middle Level officers (alongwith chamber,
6 Despatch, Tappal and others 2 200 400 3 2 500 1000
ante chamber & Peshi)
7 Stores 1 200 200
4 Asst.Secretaries 3 250 750
8 Front office & General Lounge 1 300 300
5 Sections 12 300 3600
6 Record Room 1 500 500
9 Office Sub-ordinates Rest Room 1 200 200
7 Despatch, Tappal and others 2 200 400
10 Mini Conference Hall 1 1000 1000
Total Requirement for Department 9150 8 Stores 1 200 200
9 Front office & General Lounge 1 300 300

10 Office Sub-ordinates Rest Room 1 200 200


11 Mini Conference Hall 1 1000 1000
Total Requirement for Department 9650
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Area Area Required


No. Of required for for all Area Area
S.No Functional Unit Name
Units each Unit in functional No. Of required Required for
S.No Functional Unit Name
Sft. units in sft Units for each all functional
Unit in Sft. units in sft
27. TRIBAL WELFARE DEPARTMENT

Spl.C.S/Prl.Secy./Secys. (alongwith Chamber,


1 1 1200 1200 29. YOUTH ADVANCEMENT, TOURSIM & CUTURE DEPARTMENT
ante chamber, peshi & visitors room)

Chairman, Natyaramam (alongwith Chamber,


Middle Level officers (alongwith chamber, ante 1 1 1500 1500
2 1 500 500 ante chamber, peshi & visitors room)
chamber & Peshi)

3 Asst.Secretaries 2 250 500 Chairman, Official Language (alongwith


4 Sections 6 300 1800 2 Chamber, ante chamber, peshi & visitors 1 1500 1500
5 Record Room 1 500 500 room)

6 Despatch, Tappal and others 2 200 400 Spl.C.S/Prl.Secy./Secys. (alongwith


7 Stores 1 200 200 3 Chamber, ante chamber, peshi & visitors 2 1200 2400
room)
8 Front office & General Lounge 1 300 300
Middle Level officers (alongwith chamber,
9 Office Sub-ordinates Rest Room 1 200 200 4 2 500 1000
ante chamber & Peshi)
10 Mini Conference Hall 1 1000 1000 5 Addl.Chief PMU 1 500 500
Total Requirement for Department 6600 6 Asst.Secretaries 2 250 500

Inspecting Officers / OSD PMU / Escort


officer of PMU Procurement Monitoring
7 Officer PMU / Financial Advisor / PRO of 9 250 2250
PMU / Toursim Officer of PMU / Artchitect
PMU

8 Sections / PMU Accounts Wing 7 300 2100


9 Record Room 1 500 500
10 Despatch, Tappal and others 2 200 400
11 Stores 1 200 200
12 Front office & General Lounge 1 300 300

13 Office Sub-ordinates Rest Room 1 200 200


14 Mini Conference Hall 1 1000 1000
Total Requirement for Department 14350

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No. Of required for for all
S.No Functional Unit Name
Units each Unit in functional
Sft. units in sft

28. WOMEN, CHILD, DISBLED & SENIOR CITIZENS DEPARTMENT

Spl.C.S/Prl.Secy./Secys. (alongwith Chamber,


1 1 1200 1200
ante chamber, peshi & visitors room)

Middle Level officers (alongwith chamber, ante


2 1 500 500
chamber & Peshi)
3 Asst.Secretaries 1 250 250
4 Sections 4 300 1200
5 Record Room 1 500 500
6 Despatch, Tappal and others 2 200 400
7 Stores 1 200 200
8 Front office & General Lounge 1 300 300

9 Office Sub-ordinates Rest Room 1 200 200


10 Mini Conference Hall 1 1000 1000
Total Requirement for Department 5750
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No. Of required for for all Area Area
S.No Functional Unit Name No. Of required for Required for
Units each Unit in functional S.No Functional Unit Name
Sft. units in sft Units each Unit in all functional
Sft. units in sft

30. GENERAL ADMINISTRATION (ELECTIONS) DEPARTMENT


31. GENERAL ADMINISTRATION (VIGILANCE & ENFORCEMENT)
DEPARTMENT
Chief Electoral Officer & Prl.Secy. (alongwith
1 1 1200 1200
Chamber, ante chamber, peshi & visitors room)
Director General / Deputy Inspector General
Middle Level officers (alongwith chamber, ante 1 (alongwith Chamber, ante chamber, peshi & 2 1200 2400
2 4 500 2000 visitors room)
chamber & Peshi)

3 Asst.Secretaries 3 250 750


4 Sections 6 300 1800 Deputy Superintendent of Police / Addl.
2 Director Engineering(alongwith chamber, ante 2 500 1000
Law Officer / Statastical officer / Stores chamber & Peshi)
5 Supervisor / Project Manager (IT) / Project 5 250 1250
Manager (GIS)
SGDC Chamber / A.D.(Mines) / A.D. (Engg.) /
6 Electtions Godown 1 2000 2000 3 5 250 1250
ACF Chamber / IOP Chamber
7 Library 1 1000 1000

8 State Level Agency Staff & Server Room 1 1000 1000 4 Engineering Department 1 1700 1700

9 Call Centre 1 500 500 5 Computer Centre (Stores & Server) 1 750 750
10 Record Room 1 500 500 6 Conference Hall 1 2000 2000
11 Despatch, Tappal and others 2 200 400
7 Deveopment Section 1 2000 2000
12 Front office & General Lounge 1 300 300 8 Library 1 1000 1000

13 Office Sub-ordinates Rest Room 1 200 200 Total Requirement for Department 12100

14 Mini Conference Hall 1 1000 1000


Total Requirement for Department 13900

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No. Of required for for all
S.No Functional Unit Name
Units each Unit in functional
Sft. units in sft

32.A.P. VIGILANCE COMMISSION

Vigilance Commissioner (alongwith Chamber,


1 1 1500 1500
ante chamber, peshi & visitors room)

Secretary to Vigilance Commissioner / Chief Legal


2 Advisor (alongwith Chamber, ante chamber, 2 1200 2400
peshi & visitors room)

Senior Information Officer / chief Technical


3 3 500 1500
officer / Senior System Officer

Asst. Secretary / Information Officer / Legal


4 officer / Technical Officer / Asst. Engineer / 10 250 2500
System officer

5 Asst. System Officer 1 150 150


6 Sections 10 300 3000
7 Library 1 200 200
8 Server & Computer Cell 1 250 250
9 Record Room 1 500 500
10 Stores 1 200 200
11 Despatch, Tappal and others 2 200 400

12 Front office & General Lounge 1 400 400

13 Office Sub-ordinates Rest Room 1 200 200


14 Mini Conference Hall 1 1000 1000
Total Requirement for Department 14200
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No. Of Required for for all Area Area Required
S.No Functional Unit Name No. Of Required for for all
Units each unit in functional Sl.No. Functional Unit Name
Units each unit in functional
sft units in sft
sft units in sft

1 Chief Secretary's Chamber & Ante Chamber 1 1800 1800


1 Chief Minister's Chamber & Ante Chamber 1 1800 1800
2 Chief Secretary's Peshi 1 750 750
2 Chief Minister's Peshi 1 1000 1000
3 Chief Secretary's Conference Hall 1 600 600
3 Chief Minister's Conference Hall 1 600 600
4 VVIP's Visitors Room 1 900 900
5 Genl. Visitors Room 1 750 750 4 Secretary's / Advisors /OSDs (9 Nos.) 1 9000 9000
6 Video Conference Hall 1 2000 2000 5 VVIP's Visitors Room 1 1000 1000
7 Chief Minister's Discussion Room 1 600 600 6 Cabinet Hall 1 1500 1500

8 Secretary's Wating Room 1 500 500 7 Chief Minister's Discussion Room 1 1500 1500
9 Pantry Room 1 200 200 8 Secretary's Wating Room 1 700 700
10 Security Room 1 200 200 9 Pantry Room 1 600 600
11 Networking Room 1 200 200 10 CMSG 1 400 400
11 Networking Room 1 300 300
Total Requirement for O/o the Chief Secretary 8500
12 Work Stations space for supporting staff 1 500 500
13 General Conference Hall 1 600 600
Total Requirement 19500
Area Area Required
No. Of Required for for all
Sl.No. Functional Unit Name
Units each unit in functional
sft units in sft

1 Cabinet Ministers 19 1500 28500

Advisors/ Chairmen / Members are having


2 6 1500 9000
Cabinet Rank

Additional Chambers required for future scope


3 6 1500 9000
of induction of Minister's in Cabinet

Additional Chambers requirement for the use of


4 5 1500 7500
Chairmen, Advisors etc. having Cabinet Rank

Total Requirement 54000

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Sl.No. Functional Unit Name No. Of Units
Unit in Sft. functional units in sft

COMMON UTILITIES TO BE PROVIDED IN THE PREMISES OF SECRETARIAT


1 Pay & Accounts office Branch (alongwith Dy.PAO / Asst.PAO / Sections ) 1 2000 2000
2 Archieves Interim Repository 1 2500 2500
3 Media Point 1 1500 1500
4 Publicity Cell (alongwith Dy.Director / Asst.Director / Media Persons Rooms) 1 3000 3000
5 Andhra Pradesh Secretariat Association 1 2000 2000
6 Service Welfare Associations 8 500 4000
7 Civil Dispensary 1 3000 3000
8 Unani Dispensary 1 750 750
9 Ayurvedic Dispensary 1 750 750
10 Homeo Dispensary 1 750 750
11 e-Seva / Mee- Seva 1 500 500
12 Employees Cooperative Canteen 1 3500 3500
13 Shops (A.P.Girijan coorp. Stores, APCO, APDDC etc.,) 6 500 3000
14 Telecom Office 1 2000 2000
15 Post office 1 2000 2000
16 Banks 2 2500 5000
17 Open Auditorium (For open cultural meets, open games viz., cricket, football, atheletics etc., ) 1 50000 50000

18 Indoor Stadium (For Table Tennis, Shuttle Badminton, carrom etc.) 1 10000 10000
19 Swimming Pool 1 3000 3000
20 Gym for Ladies & Gents 2 2500 5000
21 Yoga / Meditation Centre 1 1000 1000
22 Drivers Rest Room 3 500 1500
23 Civil Supplies Corporation Outlet 1 1500 1500
24 Fire Department Office ( in open Area) 1 2000 2000
25 A.P.Secretariat Employees Cooperative Credit Society 1 1500 1500
26 Cultural Association 1 1000 1000
27 Reservation Counters (Railway & APSRTC) 2 500 1000
28 Employees Mutually Aided Cooperative Housing Society 1 500 500
29 Chowkidars / Guards Room 2 1500 3000
Total Requirement of Common Utilities 117250
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7.5 Secretariat and HOD Department grouping

The following charts explain the hierarchy and grouping of various departments of Secretariat and Heads of Department (Govt and Autonomous).
This is to explain the thematic grouping of all the various departments. The spatial organization of the Secretariat in relation to HODs offices is
flexible for the participant architects to design.

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DEPARTMENTS COLLATED
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Governance cont.
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7.6 GOVERNMENT OFFICES – AUTONOMOUS HOD & HOD


1. Function: State Level Head of Departments
2. Departments – 129 Nos. (25,00,000 SFT)
3. Autonomous Departments – 141 Nos. (25,00,000 SFT)
4. Built-up area required with common areas – 50,00,000 SFT (Multi-storied)
5. Future Expansion (50 Years): 20% additional
6. Land Area – 80 Acres
7. Location – Government City
8. Space allocation in the Master Plan anticipated

7.7 GOVERNMENT of india (GoI) offices


1. Function: Government of India Offices
2. Built-up area required with common areas – 9,25,360 SFT (net Land Area- 23 Acres)
3. Future Expansion – 5 Acres
4. Location – Government City
5. Space allocation in the Master Plan anticipated

Government of India Offices – Abstract Space requirement


(Area in SFT)
Built up Area
S.No. Department Required
in Sq.FT
1 Income tax 86726
2 Central excise 21520
3 GIS 107600
4 Survey of india 43040
5 Census 43040
6 Passport office 21520
7 SIB 21520
8 IA & AD 107600
9 Ag office 215200
10 CGWB 43040
11 CBI 43040
12 MET 21520
13 CPWD 52186
14 Handicraft marketing 1937
15 Software tech park 49066
16 Weavers service center 4842
17 NHAI 6994
18 Film division 1614
19 National ayurvedha center 11836
20 Common facilities 21520
Total 925360
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7.8 RAJ BHAVAN

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7.9 consulates of various countries


1. Function: Consulates of various Countries – 192 Nos.
2. Net Land Area- 50 Acres
3. Future Expansion – 10 Acres
4. Location – Government City
5. Space allocation in the Master Plan anticipated

7.10 AMARAVATI HOUSE (STATE GUEST HOUSE)

1. Function: State level Guest House for Government Employees


2. Major Functional Units:
• VIP Suites –750 SFT each - 20 Nos
• General Rooms – 250 SFT each - 100 Nos.
• Reception/Office – 2500 SFT
• Conference Rooms – 2000 SFT
• Kitchen – 1000 SFT
• VIP Dining Hall – 1000 SFT
• Dining Hall – 2500 SFT
• Store – 1000 SFT
• Security – 500 SFT
• Multipurpose Hall – 5000 SFT
3. Built-up area required with common areas – 55,000 SFT (Multi-storied )
4. Land Area – 5 Acres (indicative)
5. Location – Government City
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7.11 CHIEF Minister’s RESIDENCE

1. Function: Houses Hon’ble Chief Minister


2. Major Functional Units:
• Entrance Lobby – 500 SFT
• Visitor’s Lounge with attached toilets – 1000 SFT
• VIP’s Lounge with Meeting room – 2000 SFT
• Personal Secretary Room with waiting and attached toilet – 500 SFT
• Living Room – 500 SFT
• Master Bedroom with dressing room and attached toilet – 500 SFT
• 3-Bedrooms with attached toilet – 300 to 350 SFT each
• Family Lounge – 600 SFT
• Dining – 300 SFT, Kitchen with store – 300 SFT
• Maidservant room with kitchen and attached toilet – 300 SFT
• Library – 500 SFT
• Area for functions, official meetings, dinners/banquets, Public meeting Area–
Built & Open space
• Formal Hall for functions – 500 persons
• Parking – 10 Cars
• Circulation and Common areas
3. Built-up area required with common areas – 30,000 SFT (two floors_G+1)
4. Land Area – 10 Acres (indicative)
5. Location – Government City

7.12 CABINET MINISTERs’ RESIDENCE


1. Number of Residences – 20 Nos (Future Expansion – space allocation for 10 Nos.)
2. Major Functional Units with indicative Built-up area:
• Entrance Lobby – 75 SFT
• Visitor’s Lounge with attached toilets – 400 SFT
• VIP’s Lounge with Meeting room – 300 SFT
• Personal Secretary Room with waiting and attached toilet – 300 SFT
• Living Room – 300 SFT
• Kitchen with store – 300 SFT
• Dining – 300 SFT
• Master Bedroom with dressing room and attached toilet – 400 SFT
• 3-Bedrooms with attached toilet – 300 to 350 SFT each
• Family Lounge – 450 SFT
• Maidservant room with kitchen and attached toilet – 300 SFT
• Luggage room near entrance
• Parking – 3 Cars
• Common areas
3. Indicative Built-up area required with common areas – 5000 SFT each (two floors_G+1)
4. Indicative Land area – 10 acres (Plot area – 650 Sq.M)
5. Location – Government City

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7.13 MLA & MLC’s RESIDENCE


1. Number of Residences – 250 Nos (Future Expansion – allocation for 50Nos.)
2. Major Functional Units with indicative Built-up area:
• Entrance Lobby – 100 SFT
• Office Room – 100 SFT
• Drawing Room – 250 SFT
• Guest Bed Room with attached toilet – 250 SFT
• Living Room – 300 SFT
• Pooja – 60 SFT
• Kitchen with store – 200 SFT
• Dining – 300 SFT
• 3-Bedrooms with attached toilet – 300 to 350 SFT each
• Parking – 2 Cars
• Common areas
3. Indicative Built-up area required with common areas – 3000 SFT each (multi-storied)
4. Land Area – 15 Acres (indicative)
5. Location – Government City

7.14 CHIEF JUSTICE RESIDENCE


1. Function: Houses Hon’ble Chief Justice
2. Major Functional Units:
Separate blocks for CJ Residence, Office (Registrars Lounge, Judges Loaunge, Visitors
Lounge, Personal secretaries cubicles 4 Nos. Store Rooms 4 Nos.), Staff Quarters
• Entrance Lobby – 100 SFT
• Visitor’s Lounge with attached toilets – 400 SFT
• VIP’s Lounge with Meeting room – 300 SFT
• Personal Secretary Room with waiting and attached toilet – 300 SFT
• Living Room – 500 SFT
• Kitchen with store – 300 SFT
• Dining – 300 SFT
• Master Bedroom with dressing room and attached toilet – 500 SFT
• 3-Bedrooms with attached toilet – 300 to 350 SFT each
• Family Lounge – 600 SFT
• Maidservant room with kitchen and attached toilet – 300 SFT
• Library – 500 SFT
• Parking – 10 Cars
• Common areas
3. Built-up area required with common areas – 15,000 SFT (two floors_G+1)
4. Land Area – 5 Acres (indicative)
5. Location – Justice City
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7.15 Judge’s’ RESIDENCE


1. Number of Residences – 60 Nos (Future Expansion – space allocation for 20 Nos.)
2. Major Functional Units with indicative Built-up area:
• Entrance Lobby – 100 SFT
• Office Room – 100 SFT
• Drawing Room – 250 SFT
• Guest Bed Room with attached toilet – 250 SFT
• Living Room – 300 SFT
• Pooja – 60 SFT
• Kitchen with store – 200 SFT
• Dining – 300 SFT
• 3-Bedrooms with attached toilet – 300 to 350 SFT each
• Parking – 2 Cars
• Common areas
3. Indicative Built-up area required with common areas – 3600 SFT each (two floors_G+1)
4. Land Area – 30 Acres (Plot area – 600 Sq.M)
5. Location – Justice City

7.16 AIS Officers’ RESIDENCE


1. Number of Residences – 60 Nos (Future Expansion – space allocation for 20 Nos.)
2. Major Functional Units with indicative Built-up area:
• Entrance Lobby – 100 SFT
• Office Room – 100 SFT
• Drawing Room – 250 SFT
• Guest Bed Room with attached toilet – 250 SFT
• Living Room – 300 SFT
• Pooja – 60 SFT
• Kitchen with store – 200 SFT
• Dining – 300 SFT
• 3-Bedrooms with attached toilet – 300 to 350 SFT each
• Parking – 2 Cars
• Common areas
3. Indicative Built-up area required with common areas – 3600 SFT each (two floors_G+1)
4. Land Area – 10 Acres (Plot area – 600 Sq.M)
5. Location – Justice City

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7.17 gazetted officers quarters


1. Number of Quarters – 520 Nos. (Future Expansion – space allocation for 150 Nos.)
2. Major Functional Units with indicative Built-up area:
• Drawing Room – 150 SFT
• Living Room – 150 SFT
• Kitchen – 150 SFT
• Dining – 150 SFT
• Master Bedroom with attached toilet - 250 SFT
• 2-Bedrooms – 150 SFT each
• Common Toilet – 50 SFT
• Parking – 1 Cars
• Circulation and Common areas
3. Indicative Built-up area required with common areas – 1800 SFT each (multi-storied)
4. Land Area – 20 Acres
5. Location – Government City

7.18 non-gazetted officers quarters


1. Number of Quarters – 1710 Nos. (Future Expansion – space allocation for 400 Nos.)
2. Major Functional Units with indicative Built-up area:
• Drawing Room – 120 SFT
• Living Room – 110 SFT
• Kitchen – 150 SFT
• Dining – 120 SFT
• Master Bedroom with attached toilet - 200 SFT
• Bedroom – 120 SFT
• Common Toilet – 50 SFT
• Parking – 1 Cars
• Circulation and Common areas
3. Indicative Built-up area required with common areas – 1200 SFT each (multi-storied)
4. Land Area – 40 Acres
5. Location – Government City
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7.19 CLASS IV OFFICER’s QUARTERS


1. Number of Quarters – 315 Nos. (Future Expansion – space allocation for 100 Nos.)
2. Major Functional Units with indicative Built-up area:
• Drawing cum Living Room – 150 SFT
• Kitchen – 50 SFT
• Master Bedroom - 120 SFT
• Bedroom – 100 SFT
• Common Toilet – 40 SFT
• Circulation and Common areas
3. Indicative Built-up area required with common areas 650 SFT each (multi-storied)
4. Land Area – 6 Acres
5. Location – Government City

7.20 GOVERNMENT OF INDIA EMPLOYEES – RESIDENTIAL


QUARTERS
1. Number of Quarters – 315 Nos. (Future Expansion – space allocation for 100 Nos.)
2. Types of Units: 1594 (multistoried)
3. Indicative Built-up area required with common areas - 13,46,350 SFT
4. Land Area – 35 Acres
5. Future Expansion - 5 Acres
6. Location – Government City

GOI Residential Quarters – Abstract Space requirement (Area in SFT)


Quarters Type Indicative Size of Unit Area in Sq.Ft
Type-I/II 1081 700 756700
Type-III 349 850 296650
Type-IV 90 1400 126000
Type-V 57 2000 114000
Type-VI 15 3000 45000
Type-VII 2 4000 8000
Total 1594 1346350

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7.21 open space 7.22 other supporting


components activities

1. Capital Square or Amaravati Square or 1. MICE (Meetings, Incentives, Conferences,


Amaravati Capital Square or People’s Square Exhibitions) facilities for government business:

• To be used as a parade ground for major • Auditorium / Convention Center -1200 seater
events such as Independence Day and – 1no
Republic Day celebrations • Banquet / Exhibition halls – 500 capacity – 2
• Ceremonial square designed near the no.s.
Legislature building as a symbolic open space • Conference halls – 100 capacity – 4 no.s (Each
gesture in the identity of the Capital Complex. with provision to partition into two 50 seater
• Capital Square will be grand open space, halls)
to be used for State functions, ceremonies,
receptions and celebrations. 2. Food & Beverage zone:
• The square is to be spread over an area of
about ‘10 Hectares or 24.7 Acres’, with a • Dining halls / Canteens: 200 capacity – 2no.s
gathering space capacity of upto ‘50,000 to • Food court : 100 capacity – 1no
100,000’ people. • Restaurants: 100 capacity – 2 no.s
• Cafeteria: 50 capacity – 2 no.s

2. River front promenade & plaza 3. Necessary basement, surface and multi-
storied parking to be provided for the
• 1km long Landscaped River-front promenade various buildings and activities.
• River front plaza/s connected to the
promenade, providing a Vista towards the 4. Retail Facilities to service the various
river as well as the Capital Complex activities of the Capital Complex

3. Civic Axis 5. Any other public activity generators

• Public spaces on the grand Capital Axis


including gardens, walkways and gathering
spaces.
• Canal-scape & Water features on the civic axis.
• Area: 40 Hectares (2km long and 200m wide)
• 4. Other open space components such
as plazas, streets, amphitheaters, parks as
suitable in the design.
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The following case studies present


national examples of the three key buildings; the
High Court, Legislature and secretariat, for which
the teams are required to propose architectural
concept designs. These case studies ate intended
to provide contextual information on aspects such
as capacity and spatial organisation and should
not be considered as stylistic guidelines.

8.1 High Court Buildings

Comparative Analysis of Indian High Courts


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Typical Architectural Components

Court room, Supreme Court of India, Delhi

Court room, Karnataka High Court, Gulbarga

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A typical Judge’s Chamber

A typical Judge’s Assembly Hall


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A typical conference room

A typical Library

A typical Administrative Centre

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Bubble Diagram Showing Connectivity of Various Spaces of a


Typical High Court in India

Recommendations identified through various vi. Spill over spaces such as Colonnades,
case studies: verandas, courtyards etc are recommended to
help the complex to accommodate heavy influx
i. The proposed design for the New High of people.
Court should have the flexibility to allow for
future expansion or changes keeping in mind the vii. Providing sufficient chambers for lawyers
transformations in the coming 100 years. is a serious problem faced by all the three courts
studied.
ii. Circulation has to be so designed that
there is clear segregation in movement of judges viii. Parking is one of the major issue in high
and public. Clear zones for high security and low court, Segregate parking for judges and public./
security have to be defined. Advocate is required in effective manner

iii. Apart from the courtrooms, judge ix. The proposed new high court should use
chambers etc; the placement of the library is very the proposed justice city as an opportunity to
important in relation to the courtrooms, as books allocate space (built or land) in a designated zone
and references from the library have to reach close to the high court where lawyer offices can
courts in very short time. come up.

iv. It is recommended to include a Mediation x. Housing for Judges and other staff need
Centre and an International Arbitration Centre as to be at walking distance.
part of the proposed High Court program.

v. Design of volumes and ceiling heights


have to be carefully worked out to lend a formal
civic building feel to the complex.
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8.2 legislature
Comparative Analysis of Indian Legislature Assemblies

The following are typical components of Indian Legislature Assemblies

Bhopal Assembly Hall

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Ghandi Nagar Assembly Hall

MLA waiting lobby in Ghandi Nagar Assembly Hall


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A typical Ministers Office room

A typical Committee Room

A typical Library

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A typical Speaker Room

A typical Conference Room


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A typical Pigeon-hole Room

A typical Conference Room

A typical Library

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Bubble Diagram Showing Connectivity of Various Spaces of a


Typical High Court in India

There are following recommendations identified


through various case studies:

i. The proposed design for the New


Legislative Assembly should have the flexibility
to allow for future expansion or changes keeping
in mind the transformations in the coming 100
years.

ii. Acoustic of main Assembly hall is key of


Major Success of any assembly hall.

iii. Assembly hall should be well ventilated


and equipped with all modern facilities

iv. Speaker is head of legislative assembly


in Indian system, so keep in this mind there is
need to design speaker room & Offices directly
connected to the assembly hall.

v. There is requirement of separate entry for


speaker and other VVVIP person
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8.3 secretariat
Comparative Analysis of Various Indian Secretariat

There are following Typical Architectural Components of Secretariat:

Ghandi Nagar Secretariat Reception

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Ghandi Nagar Secretariat Reception

Exterior of Ghandi Nagar Secretariat Typical corridoo of Ghandi Nagar Secretariat


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There are following recommendations identified


through various case studies:

i. The proposed design for the New


Secretariat should have the flexibility to allow for
future expansion or changes keeping in mind the
transformations in the coming 100 years.

ii. Chief Minister Office is most important


space in whole secretariat, It need to be designed
with consideration of proximity to other space as
well as security perspective.

iii. The new secretariat need to be designed


as a “healthy building” with careful attention paid
to natural lighting, ventilation, and organizational
efficiency.

iv. Secretariat building required to


accommodate a huge amount of staff so it is need
to be design in such a manner that design should
be simpler and more conventional form where
variations of structure and internal distribution
do not interrupt its compact volume.

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7.1 scope of work Infrastructure, Landscape & water ways, Urban


Design - proposed building foot prints, scale,
Submissions for the Capital Complex design
size, pattern, etc. within the Capital Complex site.
competition would expect a coherent Urban
Design scheme for the complex, bringing 3. Landscape Plan for Capital Complex Public
together the various aspects of the project – Space Network (1:2000) – Concept proposals to
functional, spatial, cultural, environmental - as show green/blue network linking Capital Square,
an integrated whole. The Competition requires Riverfront Promenade/Plaza and Civic Axis.
design of the Capital Complex with regard to the
following concerns: 4. Site Sections (1:2000) – required number
of Site sections, to illustrate the Concept
1. Urban Design of the Capital Complex
including form and massing of buildings, major Design, Key Site section to indicate integration /
public spaces, landmarks and landscape features relationship of Capital Complex Development
of the complex. with Krishna riverfront.

2. Concept Architectural Design of the three 5. Landscape Plans and Sections for Major
key buildings – Legislature, Secretariat & High Public Spaces (1:1000) - Concept proposals
Court (the three arms of government). to include suggested form, activities, surface
treatment, structures and materials for Capital
3. Design demonstration of key public Square/Parade Ground, Riverfront Promenade/
spaces of the Capital Complex including Capital Plaza and Civic Axis. Proposals should also pay
Square/Parade Ground, Riverfront and Civic Axis. particular attention to vehicular, pedestrian
movement and parking.
4. Conceptual Urban Design & Architectural
guidelines for the overall complex, to ensure 6. Concept Architectural Design of Key
coherence as an Urban Design scheme. Buildings (1:500) (of each respective building):
Site Layout Plan, Floor plans, Sections and
5. Larger area level consideration of how the
Elevations, Built Up Area Statement, Circulation/
design proposal fits within the broader context of
Flow diagrams, for 3 key buildings – Legislature,
the Capital City Masterplan.
High Court, Secretariat.

7.2 deliverables of the 7. Architectural detail (1:25) – Minimum one


Micro architectural detail from any of the three
competition key buildings, capturing the concept/theme from
the Macro scale. This could be in the form of part
Deliverables of Competition for Architectural section, elevation, plan or perspective.
Design of Capital Complex shall include:
8. Conceptual Urban Design & Architectural
1. Proposed Area Level Master Plan (1:5000) guidelines – Policies, regulations and guidelines
– showing proposed Location/ Setting of Capital to lend a coherent character to the Capital
Complex, within Capital City area development Complex. These would include Urban Design
showing proposed Capital guidelines in terms of place making strategies,
Complex development suitably integrated with edge conditions & transitions, activity allocation;
Capital City area development and river front and Architectural guidelines in terms of façade
development, showing area level transportation regulations, prescribed materials & construction
network, Infrastructure, Landscape & water ways, techniques, architectural features.
etc. 9. 3D Physical Models – Model of the overall
2. Concept Site Plan of Capital Complex Capital Complex at 1:2000; Models of Legislature,
(1:2000) – Set of Site Plans showing proposed Secretariat and High Court at 1:500.
Land use, strategy for pedestrian movement,
strategy for vehicular movement and parking,
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10. 3-Dimensional images / renderings - 5. Landscape Plans and Sections for Major
External street level and aerial views of proposed Public Spaces – printed at 1:1000 along with
Capital Complex site, major public spaces and electronic copy
key sight-lines. Internal and external views of/
from the Legislature, High Court and Secretariat. 6. Concept Architectural Design of Key
Buildings – printed at 1:500 along with electronic
11. Report – Brief Report (max 40 pages) copy
on proposed Concept Design, description of
considerations and response to the context, 7. Architectural detail (minimum one) –
design development and narrative, objectives printed at 1:25 along with electronic copy
of proposed concept, key features, relevant 8. Conceptual Urban Design & Architectural
drawings, qualitative and quantitative parameters guidelines – Designers may choose appropriate
of proposed Concept, architectural form, creation format inclusive of sketches/images/drawings/
of public spaces, vistas, proposed land uses, text. Printed and electronic copies for submission.
proposed facilities, program summary, sketches,
analysis, observations, description & illustration 9. 3D Physical Models – Model of overall
of proposed Architectural & Urban Design scheme at 1:2000 (suggested base size 2.5m x
language, etc. 1m); models of three key buildings at 1:500

12. Animation / Walk Through - of key vistas 10. 3-Dimensional images / renderings – at
and perspectives related to the key aspects of the least three views/renderings per scale to include
design. aerial views, major sightlines, use of public
spaces and eye-level views of key buildings.
13. Presentation - on the overall Design Printed and electronic copies for submission.
Proposal, showing the clear evolution of the
project from concept development to the final 11. Report – Printed and bound A3 document,
design. along with electronic copy

14. Technical & Financial Proposal for Next 12. Animation / Walk Through – submitted
Stage of Design Consultancy for the Project (In digitally on a CD or USB drive
response to detailed scope of work for next stage
13. Presentation – Powerpoint or any
to be provided by CRDA).
other digital presentation to be presented
13. Technical & Financial Proposal for Next by the participant team. Electronic copy to be
Stage of Design Consultancy for the Project submitted.

14. Technical & Financial Proposal – Printed


and bound A4 document
7.2a format of submission
All printed material should also be submitted
electronically either on CD or USB drive.
1. Proposed Area Level Master Plan – printed
at 1:5000 along with electronic copy In addition, teams are required to submit four
exhibition boards at A1size, providing an
2. Concept Site Plan of Capital Complex
overview of the submission.
- whole complex printed at 1:2000 along with
electronic copy These are all minimum requirements and teams
are free to provide additional materials should
3. Landscape Plan for Capital Complex
they wish
Public Space Network - printed at 1:2000 along
with electronic copy

4. Site Sections – printed at 1:2000 along


with electronic copy
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Submissions will be assessed under the following


categories:

1. Functionality and adherence to program

2. Environmental fitness - integration of local


context and landscape

3. Aesthetics & Architectural Expression

4. Overall impact and vibrancy

5. Distinct identity of the design and iconic quality

6. People friendliness of the design

7. Designs responsiveness to people’s / cultural


aspirations of the state

8. Proposed construction techniques and


appropriateness of materiality

9. Durability and maintenance of the design if


realized
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11.1 Applicable Codes and 11.2 council of


Design Standards architecture registration
In addition to applicable International planning On declaration of the competition results,
& design standards/norms/codes, Planning & the winning Architect would have to make
Design of Capital Complex shall conform to latest arrangements to get registered with CoA or get
Indian guidelines/ norms like National Building associated with an architect who is registered with
code (NBC) INDIA, MORT&H, IRC Codal Practices, CoA, as a per-requisite to work further on taking
CPHEEO manual, Bureau of Indian Standards the concept design to detailed design.
(BIS) etc. The reference list of standards and codes
adopted in concept design shall be submitted
to CRDA. Some of the codes and standards are
listed below, these are indicative : 11.3 team composition
• National Building Code of India
• URDPFI Guidelines
• Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) for
1. Active involvement is expected from the
Engineering
principal architect / Master Architect of the
• Indian Road Congress (IRC) Codes
firm, in the conceptualization and design
• Town and Country Planning Act
process of the proposals. The Master
• Municipal and applicable by-laws of state/
Architect’s participation is also solicited in the
local governing bodies.
presentations of the competition submission.
• MoEF - Minestry of Environment, Forest and
Climate Change (Government of India), for 2. The team composition is kept open to the
environmental considerations in development competing Architects, which may include
projects Team Leader, Project Manager, Architects
• GO No.168 - Andhra Pradesh Building Rules (Senior, Mid-level, Juniors), Engineers,
2012 GO.Ms.No.168 MA, Dated 07.04.2012 Landscape Architects, Urban Designers,
• Riverfront Development Guidelines - Graphic Artist etc. It is recommended that
prescribed particularly in GO No.168 the competing Architects to provide the team
• LEED India (Leadership for Environment and members involved in the project, their role
Development) and respective Curriculum vitae.
• GRIHA - (Green Buildings Rating System India)
3. Participating firms are required to engage a
world class landscape architect as part of their
team or as a collaborator, to contribute to the
significant landscape design demands of the
competition.

4. Participating firms could choose to collaborate


a local / Indian architect, if necessary. Apart
from this, local collaborating architects can
also be involved if the participant feels the
need to have local architectural expertise.
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11.4 parameters of the


competition
The following outlines the degree to which
aspects of the competition are fixed, regulated
and which are free to interpretation.

Fixed by CRDA Flexible / Free

• Site Extents • Interpretation of symbolic values in the design


concept
• Arterial roads of Masterplan
• Choice of Spatial narratives in the design
• Project Components & Requirements
• Spatial interpretation of area statements of
• Project timeline ; project components

• Design strategies to create vibrant public


Regulated by Law realm in the Capital Complex making it
attractive to visitors, tourists and public at
• Interpretation of byelaws, guidelines other large
than fire fighting, environmental regulations;
framing of project specific guidelines • Prescriptions for the site and immediate
context from the masterplan
• Fire fighting, Environmental regulations
• Ceremonial Axis and it’s continuity with
respect to rest of the city

• High court location as part of Justice City

• Design response to culture and heritage of


the state

• Choice of material, construction techniques,


workmanship with local relevance

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