RFP for City Surveillance System for Capital City of Telangana

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REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL (RFP)
FOR
SELECTION OF AN AGENCY
FOR
DESIGN, IMPLEMENTATION AND
MANAGEMENT OF CLOUD BASED IP CCTV
SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM IN AP
APSFL/Surveillance Cloud/89/2016,
DATED-21/12/2016
Andhra Pradesh State FiberNet Limited,
Plot No.5,6,15&16, 1st Floor, KKR Square, Kavuri Hills, PhaseI, Jubilee Hills, Hyderabad – 500 033, India.
Tel: +91 040 2339 1165
www.apsfl.in
DISCLAIMER
The information contained in this RFP or subsequently provided to bidders, whether verbally or in
documentary or any other form by or on behalf of the Authority or any of its employees or
advisers, is provided to bidders on the terms and conditions set out in this RFP and such
other terms and conditions subject to which such information is provided.
This RFP is issued by the Office of the Managing Director, APSFL. This RFP is not an agreement and
is neither an offer nor invitation by the Authority to the prospective bidders or any other person. The
purpose of this RFP is to provide interested parties with information that may be useful to them in the
formulation of their Bid pursuant to this RFP. This RFP includes statements, which reflect various
assumptions and assessments arrived at by the Authority in relation to the State wide Surveillance
System solutions. Such assumptions, assessments and statements do not purport to contain all the
information that each Applicant may require. This RFP may not be appropriate for all persons, and it
is not possible for the Authority, its employees or advisers to consider the objectives, technical
expertise and particular needs of each party who reads or uses this RFP. The assumptions,
assessments, statements and information contained in this RFP, may not be complete, accurate,
adequate or correct. Each Applicant should, therefore, conduct its own investigations and analysis
and should check the accuracy, adequacy, correctness, reliability and completeness of the
assumptions, assessments and information contained in this RFP and obtains independent advice
from appropriate sources.
Information provided in this RFP to the bidders is on a wide range of matters, some of which depends
upon interpretation of law. The information given is not an exhaustive account of statutory
requirements and should not be regarded as a complete or authoritative statement of law. The
Authority accepts no responsibility for the accuracy or otherwise for any interpretation or opinion on
the law expressed herein.
The Authority, its employees and advisers make no representation or warranty and shall have no
liability to any person including any Applicant under any law, statute, and rules or regulations or tort,
principles of restitution or unjust enrichment or otherwise for any loss, damages, cost or expense
which may arise from or be incurred or suffered on account of anything contained in this RFP or
otherwise, including the accuracy, adequacy, correctness, reliability or completeness of the RFP
and any assessment, assumption, statement or information contained therein or deemed to form
part of this RFP or arising in any way in this Selection Process.
The Authority also accepts no liability of any nature whether resulting from negligence Or
otherwise however caused arising from reliance of any Bidder upon the statements contained in this
RFP . The Authority may in its absolute discretion, but without being under any obligation to do so,
update, amend or supplement the information, assessment or assumption contained in this RFP. The
issue of this RFP does not imply that the Authority is bound to select an Bidder or bidders, as
the case may be, for the selection of Surveillance System solutions and the Authority reserves the right
to reject all or any of the Proposals without assigning any reasons whatsoever.
The Bidder shall bear all its costs associated with or relating to the preparation and submission of its
Proposal including but not limited to preparation, copying, postage, delivery fees, expenses associated
with any demonstrations or presentations which may be required by the Authority or any other costs
incurred in connection with or relating to its Proposal. All such costs and expenses will remain with
the Bidder and the Authority shall not be liable in any manner whatsoever for the same or for
any other costs or other expenses incurred by a Bidder in preparation or submission of the Bid,
regardless of the conduct or outcome of the Selection Process.
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Table of Contents
DISCLAIMER ....................................................................................................................... 2
Table of Contents ............................................................................................................... 3
Abbreviations ...................................................................................................................... 7
Definitions .......................................................................................................................... 12
A. [Part 1] Bidding Data Sheet ............................................................................... 16
B. Fact Sheet ................................................................................................................... 17
1.
Procedure for Bid Submission ....................................................................................... 19
2.
Background .................................................................................................................... 22
3.
Introduction.............................................................................................................. 23
3.1.
3.2.
3.3.
3.4.
4.
Project Vision ............................................................................................................................ 23
Project Beneficiaries .............................................................................................................. 24
Project Coverage ...................................................................................................................... 24
Overall Project Scope ............................................................................................................. 25
Instructions to the Bidder ................................................................................... 29
4.1. Pre-Bid Queries ........................................................................................................................ 29
4.2. Language of the Bid ................................................................................................................ 29
4.3. Hand written documents, Erasures or Alterations ................................................... 29
4.4. Earnest Money Deposit (EMD) / Bid Security ............................................................. 29
4.5. Bid Prices .................................................................................................................................... 30
4.6. Firm Prices ................................................................................................................................. 30
4.7. Amendment of the RFP Document ................................................................................... 30
4.8. Inspection of Site and sufficiency of RFP ...................................................................... 31
4.9. Qualifying Criteria for Technical Bid .............................................................................. 31
4.10. Evaluation Framework ......................................................................................................... 32
4.10.1.
Pre-Qualification Bid Evaluation Criteria ....................................................... 32
4.10.2.
Technical Bid Evaluation Criteria ...................................................................... 35
4.10.3.
Price Bid Evaluation Criteria ............................................................................... 38
4.11. Conditional bids/Offers by the bidders .......................................................................... 39
4.12. Late Tender bids ...................................................................................................................... 39
4.13. Bid Validity Period .................................................................................................................. 39
4.14. Address for Communication ............................................................................................... 39
4.15. Opening of Bids ........................................................................................................................ 39
4.16. Clarification of Bids ................................................................................................................ 39
4.17. Right to accept any Bid and reject any or all Bids ...................................................... 40
4.18. Notification of Award ............................................................................................................ 40
4.19. Performance Bank Guarantee ............................................................................................ 40
4.20. Signing of Contract ................................................................................................................. 40
4.21. Rejection criteria ..................................................................................................................... 40
4.21.1.
General rejection criteria ...................................................................................... 41
4.21.2.
Pre-Qualification rejection criteria ................................................................... 41
4.21.3.
Technical rejection criteria ................................................................................... 41
4.21.4.
Price Bid Rejection Criteria .................................................................................. 41
4.22. Concessions permissible under statutes ........................................................................ 42
4.23. Taxes ............................................................................................................................................. 42
4.24. Right to vary the scope of Work ......................................................................................... 42
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4.24.1.
Right to vary the scope of the work at the time of award .......................... 42
4.24.2.
Cost Control ................................................................................................................. 42
4.25. Fraud and corruption ............................................................................................................ 43
4.26. Terms and conditions of the RFP ...................................................................................... 44
5.
Service Level Agreement ..................................................................................... 45
5.1. Definitions .................................................................................................................................. 45
5.2. Measurement of SLA .............................................................................................................. 46
5.3. SLA Holiday Period, Planned Downtime ....................................................................... 46
5.4. Pre Implementation SLA ...................................................................................................... 47
5.5. SLA Matrix for Post Implementation SLAs ................................................................... 48
5.5.1. General Instructions related to SLAs mentioned above .......................................... 54
5.5.2.
Security Breach SLA ................................................................................................ 54
5.5.3.
Breach in supply of Technical Manpower ....................................................... 55
5.5.4.
Explanation Notes for SLA Matrix ..................................................................... 55
6.
Annexure 1 – Formats for Pre-Qualification Bid ...................................... 57
6.1. Indicative Check-list for the Documents to be included in the PreQualification Bid ...................................................................................................................... 57
6.2. Bid Cover Letter ....................................................................................................................... 58
6.3. Particulars of the bidders .................................................................................................... 60
6.4. Format to share Organizational Profiles (Consortium Members) ...................... 61
6.5. Formats to share Bidder and Consortium member details .................................... 62
6.6. Format for Power of Attorney for signing the Application & Bid ........................ 63
6.7. Summary of Response to the Pre-Qualification requirements (to be enclosed
with Pre-qualification bid) .................................................................................................. 65
7.
Annexure 2 – Formats of Technical Bid ........................................................ 67
7.1. General Instructions for the Technical Bid .................................................................. 67
7.2. Format for Sharing Financial Capability of Bidder ................................................... 70
7.3. Format for submitting details on experience of Bidder (in case of Consortium
please provide the details of lead member and other members separately)... 71
7.3.1. Format for submitting details on experience of executing government
projects in IP based CCTV Surveillance systems domain having minimum
value of project as 10 crores each since 01/01/2010.................................................. 71
7.3.2.
Format for submitting details on experience of implementing traffic
management system (which shall include RLVD/ANPR/e-challan features)
since 01/01/2010 ...................................................................................................................... 72
7.3.3.
Format for submitting details on setting up Command and Control
Centers (CCCs) with a project cost of at least INR 1 Cr in each case since
01/01/2010 ................................................................................................................................. 73
7.3.4.
Format for submitting details on experience of setting up tier 3 or
above level data centers with a project cost of at least INR 5 Cr in each case
since 01/01/2010. .................................................................................................................... 74
7.4. Format for sharing details of the Resources/Personnel to be deployed in this
Project .......................................................................................................................................... 75
7.5. Format for specifying Compliance to the benchmark / minimum
Specifications ............................................................................................................................ 76
7.6. Format for Authorization Letters from OEMs ............................................................. 77
7.7. Summary of Response to the Technical requirements (to be enclosed with
Technical bid) ........................................................................................................................... 79
8.
Annexure 3 – Formats of Price Bid ................................................................. 81
8.1. Price Bid - Format 1 ................................................................................................................ 81
8.2. Price Bid - Format 2 – Unit Rates ..................................................................................... 83
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8.2.1.
Schedule A: Edge Devices (camera, poles, labour, etc.) and Fiber
Connectivity ............................................................................................................................... 84
8.2.2.
Schedule B: Data Center Infrastructure .......................................................... 85
8.2.3.
Schedule C: Infrastructure at State level Command and Control
Center 88
8.2.4.
Schedule D: Infrastructure for State level Viewing Centers .................... 89
8.2.5.
Schedule E: Infrastructure at District/Commissionerate level
Command and Control Centers ......................................................................................... 90
8.2.6.
Schedule F: Mobile Command Center .............................................................. 91
8.2.7.
Schedule G: Miscellaneous (Survey, Training, Project, Management,
etc.) 92
8.2.8.
Schedule H: Operations & Maintenance Costs for IT / Non-IT
Infrastructure ........................................................................................................................... 92
8.2.9.
Schedule I: Technical Manpower ........................................................................ 93
8.2.10.
Schedule L: Additional Components (not to be considered in total bid
price, this is for rate discovery only) ............................................................................... 94
8.2.10.1.
Schedule L.1 for Additional Edge Devices ....................................................... 94
8.2.10.2.
Schedule L.2 for Software for additional edge devices .............................. 94
8.2.10.3.
Schedule L.3 for Vehicle Mounted Cameras .................................................. 95
8.2.10.4.
Schedule L.4 for Operation & Maintenance of IT/Non IT
Infrastructure for additional components (Incremental) ...................................... 95
8.3. Price Bid - Format 3 – Plan for Monetization of the Cloud based IP CCTV
Surveillance System Infrastructure and the Estimated Revenue ........................ 96
8.4. General instructions .............................................................................................................. 97
9. Annexure 4 -Format for EMD ............................................................................ 99
10. Annexure 5 - Format of Performance Bank Guarantee ....................... 100
11. Annexure 6 - Master Service Agreement (MSA) ...................................... 102
12. Annexure 7 - Consortium Agreement Format .......................................... 149
13. [Part-2] Scope of Work for System Integrator ........................................ 157
13.1. Prepare & Assess ................................................................................................................... 162
13.2. Implement ................................................................................................................................ 171
13.3. Phase wise Implementation .............................................................................................. 174
13.3.1.
Phase 1 ......................................................................................................................... 175
13.3.2.
Phase 2 ......................................................................................................................... 175
13.4. Additional Components ...................................................................................................... 176
13.4.1.
Vehicle Mounted Cameras ................................................................................... 176
13.4.2.
4K Ultra High Definition Cameras ................................................................... 177
13.4.3.
Offline Facial Recognition Software ................................................................ 177
13.5. Preparation and implementation of the Information security policy,
including policies on backup ............................................................................................ 177
13.6. Training to the Police Personnel for operationalization of the system ........... 177
13.7. Partial Acceptance Testing & Final Acceptance Testing of Project phase wise
....................................................................................................................................................... 178
13.7.1.
Partial Acceptance Test......................................................................................... 178
13.7.2.
Final Acceptance Test ............................................................................................ 179
13.8. System Documents, User Documents ........................................................................... 179
13.9. Post Implementation Services ......................................................................................... 180
13.9.1.
Helpdesk and Facilities Management Services ........................................... 180
13.9.2.
Hand-over of the system at the end of contractual period along with
all documentation required to operate and maintain the system ..................... 181
14. Responsibility Matrix ......................................................................................... 182
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15. Common guidelines / comments regarding the compliance of
equipment/systems ...................................................................................................... 185
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
Annexure 8: Functional Requirements ....................................................... 187
Annexure 9: Surveillance Equipment Technical Specifications ...... 196
Annexure 10: IT Equipment Technical Specifications .......................... 205
Annexure 11: Non-IT Requirements Specifications ............................... 246
[Part-3] List of indicative site locations ..................................................... 255
20.1. List of indicative site locations – Proposed Cameras ............................................. 255
20.2. List of site locations – Existing Cameras ..................................................................... 957
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Abbreviations
Abbreviation
Description
ACB
Anti-Corruption Bureau: The Agency specialised in fighting corruption in various
departments of the Government against Public Servants and Private Persons who
abet the offences under the Prevention of Corruption Act, 1988.
ACP
Assistant Commissioner of Police
Addl.
Additional
ALPR
Automatic License Plate Recognition: is a mass surveillance method that uses
optical character recognition on images to read vehicle registration plates.
AMF
Auto Main Failure: for automatic changeover from mains to stand-by generator
at the time of power failure.
ANPR
Automatic Number Plate Recognition: is a mass surveillance method that uses
optical character recognition on images to read vehicle registration plates.
APSFL
Andhra Pradesh State FiberNet Limited
BMS
Building Management System
BoM
Bill of Material
C4I
Command, Control, Communications, Computers, and Intelligence
CAD
Computer Aided Dispatch
CAPEX
Capital Expenditure: The Capital expenditure is incurred when a business spends
money either to buy fixed assets or to add to the value of an existing fixed asset
CB
Capacity Building
CCC
Command and Control Center: single, scalable graphical user interface to
integrate, manage and maintain all existing physical security systems and assets.
CCS
Central Crime Station
CCTNS
Crime and Criminal Tracking Network & Systems : CCTNS aims at creating a
comprehensive and integrated system for enhancing the efficiency and
effectiveness of policing through adopting of principle of e-Governance and
creation of a nationwide networking infrastructure for evolution of IT-enabledstate-of-the-art tracking system around 'Investigation of crime and detection of
criminals'
CCTV
Closed Circuit Television: use of video cameras to transmit a signal to a specific
place, on a limited set of monitors
CID
Crime Investigation Department: The Investigation and Intelligence wing of the
Indian State Police
CIF
Common Intermediate Format
CLI
Command Line Interface : Interaction with a computer program where the user
(or client) issues commands to the program in the form of successive lines of text
(command lines)
COTS
Commercial Off The Shelf: Commercial items, including services, available in the
commercial marketplace that can be bought and used under government
contract.
CP
Commissioner of Police
CPE
Customer Premises Equipment
DC
Data Center
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Abbreviation
Description
DCP
Deputy Commissioner of Police
DGP
Director General of Police
DIT
Department of IT
DR
Disaster Recovery: Recovery and Protection of a business IT infrastructure in the
event of a disaster
eCOPS
Enterprise Electronic Computerized Operations for Police Services:
This application is a part of Crime Criminal Tracking Network and Systems
(CCTNS) and gives an advantage to the police to have multiple options with
single ID on a secured VPN
EMS
Enterprise Management System
EDT
Executive Director - Technical
EOC
Emergency Operation Center: The central command and control facility
responsible for carrying out the principles of emergency preparedness and
emergency management, or disaster management functions at a strategic level in
an emergency situation, and ensuring the continuity of operation in an
organization.
FAR
False Acceptance Ratio: The probability that the system incorrectly authorizes a
non-authorized person/thing, due to incorrectly matching the input with a
template.
FAT
Final Acceptance Test
FIR
First Information Report: The written document prepared by police
organizations when they receive information about the commission of a
cognizable offence.
FMS
Field Management Services
FPS
Frame Per Second: is the frequency (rate) at which an imaging device produces
unique consecutive images called frames.
FRD
Functional Requirement Document
FRS
Facial Recognition System: The computer application for automatically
identifying or verifying a person from a digital image or a video frame from a
video source.
GIS
Geographic Information System: The system designed to capture, store,
manipulate, analyse, manage, and present all types of spatial or geographical
data
GoAP
Government of Andhra Pradesh
GPON
Gigabit Passive Optical Networks
GPRS
General Packet Radio Service: The packet oriented mobile data service on the 2G
and 3G cellular communication system's global system for mobile
communications.
GPS
Global Positioning System: The space-based navigation system that provides
location and time information
GSM
Global System for Mobile Communications
GUI
Graphical User Interface: The type of interface that allows users to interact with
electronic devices through graphical icons and visual indicators
HD
High Definition
HDPE
High Density Polyethylene: a polyethylene thermoplastic made from petroleum
known for its large strength-to-density ratio
ICT
Information and Communication Technology
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Abbreviation
Description
IDC
International Data Corporation
IEC
Information, Education and Communication
IMS
IMS Research is a leading independent market research organization for the
global electronics industry
INR
Indian Rupee
IP
Internet Protocol: The principal communications protocol for relaying datagrams
across network boundaries. Its routing function enables internetworking, and
essentially establishes the Internet
IR
Infra-Red
ISDN
Integrated Services Digital network: The set of communication standards for
simultaneous digital transmission of voice, video, data, and other network
services over the traditional circuits of the public switched telephone network.
ISP
Internet Service Provider
ITMS
Integrated Traffic Management System
KPI
Key Performance Indicator: The business metric used to evaluate factors that are
crucial to the success of an organization/project.
KVM
Keyboard, Video display unit and Mouse unit
LAN
Local Area Network: A computer network that interconnects computers within a
limited area such as a residence, school, laboratory, or office building.
LCS
Local Control Station
LED
Light Emitting Diode
MCS
Main Control Station
MIS
Management Information System: The computerized database of financial
information organized and programmed in such a way that it produces regular
reports on operations for every level of management in a company.
MPLS
Multi-Protocol Label Switching: The mechanism in high-performance
telecommunications networks that directs data from one network node to the
next based on short path labels rather than long network addresses, avoiding
complex lookups in a routing table.
MTTR
Mean time to recovery: The average time that a device will take to recover from
any failure
NAS
Network Attached Storage: The file-level computer data storage server connected
to a computer network providing data access to a heterogeneous group of clients
NSP
Network Service Provider
OCR
Optical Character Recognition: The technology that enables you to convert
different types of documents, such as scanned paper documents, PDF files or
images captured by a digital camera into editable and searchable data.
OEM
Original Equipment Manufacturer
OPEX
Operating Expenditure: The ongoing cost for running a product, business, or
system
OSP
Other Service Provider
PAS
Public Address System: The electronic sound amplification and distribution
system with a microphone, amplifier and loudspeakers, used to allow a person to
address a large public
PB
Peta Byte: is 1015bytes of data, 1,000 terabytes (TB) or 1,000,000 gigabytes (GB).
PCR
Police Control Room
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Abbreviation
Description
PD
Andhra Pradesh State Police Department
PDA
Personal Digital Assistant: mobile device that functions as a personal information
manager
PIU
Picture Intelligence Unit: This will be a video forensic unit. It will use live camera
feeds, criminal and crime scene photographs/ videos etc. as evidence. It will
ensure video-analytics, continuous time stamp and non-tampering of electronic
evidence as per laws
PMU
Project Management Unit
PoC
Proof of Concept / Pilot Demonstration
PSTN
Public Switched Telephone Network: The aggregate of the world's circuitswitched telephone networks that are operated by national, regional, or local
telephone operators, providing infrastructure and services for public
telecommunication
PTZ
Pan Tilt Zoom: The PTZ camera that is capable of remote directional and zoom
control
QCIF
Quarter Common Intermediate Format
RDBMS
Relational Database Management System: The program that lets you create,
update, and administer a relational database.
RLVD
Red Light Violation detection
ROW
Right of Way: "the legal right, established by usage or grant, to pass along a
specific route through grounds or property belonging to another", or "a path or
thoroughfare subject to such a right".
RTA
Road Transport Authority
SAN
Storage Area Network: The dedicated network that provides access to
consolidated, block level data storage. SANs are primarily used to enhance
storage devices, such as disk arrays, tape libraries, and optical jukeboxes,
accessible to servers so that the devices appear like locally attached devices to the
operating system
SDD
System Design Document
SI
System Integrator : Successful Bidder who will undertake the work as mentioned
in the scope of this RFP
SLA
Service Level Agreement
SNMP
Simple Network Management Protocol: It is a way that servers can share
information about their current state, and also a channel through which an
administer can modify pre-defined values
SOP
Standard Operating Procedures
SRS
System Requirements Specifications: The description of a software system to be
developed, laying out functional and non-functional requirements, and may
include a set of use cases that describe interactions the users will have with the
software
SSH
Secure Shell: The UNIX-based command interface and protocol for securely
getting access to a remote computer. It is widely used by network administrators
to control Web and other kinds of servers remotely
TCCC
Traffic Command & Control Center
TPA
Third Party Auditor
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Abbreviation
Description
UAT
User Acceptance Testing: The process of verifying that a solution works for the
user. It ensures that the solution will work for the user i.e. test the user accepts
the solution (Also known as "Beta testing").
UHF
Ultra-High Frequency
UID
Unique Identification Number
UMTS
Universal Mobile Telecommunications System: The third generation mobile
cellular system for networks based on the GSM standard
UPS
Uninterrupted Power Supply
VMB
Variable Messaging Signboards
VMS
Video Management System
VEMS
Violation Evidence Management System
VHF
Very High Frequency
VLAN
Virtual Local Area Network: The local area network with definitions that map
workstations based on anything except geographic location. It is the broadcast
domain that is partitioned and isolated in a computer network at the data link
layer.
VoIP
Voice over IP: The methodology and group of technologies for the delivery of
voice communications and multimedia sessions over Internet Protocol (IP)
networks, such as the Internet
VPN
Virtual Private Network: The method for the extension of a private network
across a public network, such as the Internet. It enables users to send and receive
data across shared or public networks as if their computing devices were directly
connected to the private network, and thus are benefiting from the functionality,
security and management policies of the private network
VSAT
Very Small Aperture Terminal
VTS
Vehicle Tracking System: The system combines the use of automatic vehicle
location in individual vehicles with software that collects these fleet data for a
comprehensive picture of vehicle locations
Wi-Fi
Wireless Fidelity
WiMAX
Worldwide Interoperability for Microwave Access: WiMAX (Worldwide
Interoperability for Microwave Access) is a wireless communications standard
designed to provide 30 to 40 megabit-per-second data rates, with the 2011
update providing up to 1 Gbit/s for fixed stations
WS
Work Station
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Definitions
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Term
Definition
1.
Agreement/
Contract
The Agreement entered between Authority and the Systems Integrator
including all attachments, schedules, annexure thereto and all documents
incorporated by reference therein and all amendments, corrigendum
/corrigenda, changes thereto
2.
Authority
Andhra Pradesh State FiberNet Limited, an entity of Government of Andhra
Pradesh
3.
Bidder
The use of the term “Bidder” in the RFP means the Single Service Provider /
firm or the Lead Member of the consortium of firms not exceeding three, who
participate in the bidding process.
4.
Bid/Proposal Offer by the Bidder to fulfil the requirement of the Client/Authority under the
RFP/Contract for an agreed price. It shall be a comprehensive technical and
commercial response to the RFP
5.
Breach
6.
Client/APSFL Refers to Andhra Pradesh State FibreNet Ltd / Andhra Pradesh State Police
/Police
department or any other authority acting for and on behalf of the Government
Department of Andhra Pradesh
7.
Confidential
Information
All information including Police Dept. data and APSFL data (whether in
written, oral, electronic or other Format) which relates to the technical,
financial and business affairs, dealers, suppliers, products, developments,
operations, processes, data, trade secrets, design rights, know-how, plans,
budgets and personnel of each department and its affiliates which is disclosed
to or otherwise learned by the other Party in the course of or in connection
with this Agreement (including without limitation such information received
during negotiations, location visits and meetings in connection with this
Agreement);
8.
Consortium
The consortium consist of multiple members (not more than 3 parties
including the lead bidder) entering into a Consortium Agreement for a
common objective of satisfying the Authority’s requirements & represented by
Lead Member of the consortium
9.
Control
In relation to any business entity, the power of a person to secure
a) by means of the holding of shares or the possession of voting power in or
in relation to that or any other business entity, or
b) by virtue of any powers conferred by the articles of association or other
document regulating that or any other business entity, that the affairs of
the first mentioned business entity are conducted in accordance with that
person’s wishes and in relation to a partnership, means the right to a share
of more than one half of the assets, or of more than one half of the income,
of the partnership;
A breach by Bidder of any of its obligations under this Agreement
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Term
Definition
10. Deliverables
Products, infrastructure and services agreed to be delivered by the Bidder in
pursuance of the agreement as defined more elaborately in the RFP
Implementation and the Maintenance phases and includes all documents
related to the user manual, technical manual, design, process and operating
manuals, service mechanisms, policies and guidelines (such as security related,
data migration related), inter alia payment and/or process related etc., source
code and all its modifications;
11. Go-Live
The date of commencement of Operations and Maintenance phase after the
successful completion of Implementation Phase(FAT and acceptance of the
overall solution by the Authority)
12. Intellectual
Property
Rights
All rights in written designs and copyrights, moral rights, rights in databases
and Bespoke Software / Pre-existing work including its up-gradation systems
and compilation rights (whether or not any of these are registered and
including application for registration);
13. Net Project
Cost
Net Project Cost is the effective cost (inclusive of all applicable taxes,
annual/recurring support charges or any other charges) of the Project arrived
after deducting the anticipated net revenue by monetization of project
infrastructure over period of contract from the Total Project cost as offered by
the Bidder.
14. Month/
Week
The Month shall mean calendar month & Week shall mean calendar week
15. Operating
Cost
Operating Cost is the cost incurred by Authority after the Go-Live of the State
wide Surveillance project
16. Parties
Authority and Bidder for the purposes of this Agreement and “Party” shall be
interpreted accordingly.
17. Performance Unconditional
guarantee
provided
by
the
Bidder
from
a
Bank
Nationalized/Scheduled Commercial Bank in favour of the Authority for 5% of
Guarantee
the Total Project Cost.
18. Police
Department
Refers to Andhra Pradesh State Police Department
19. Project
Design, Implementation and Management of Cloud based IP CCTV
Surveillance System in AP. The project consists of setting up this system in a
timeframe of 2 years and three months from the date of award of contract and
inherently involves O&M for a further period of 5 years from the Go-live of
Phase 2.
20. Project
Implementat
ion
Project Implementation as per the testing standards and acceptance criteria
prescribed by Authority or its nominated agencies;
21. Request for
Proposal/
RFP
Document
Written solicitation that conveys to the Bidder, requirements for products/
services that the Authority intends to buy and implement
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#
Term
Definition
22. Service Level The level of service and other performance criteria which will apply to the
Services delivered by the Bidder;
23. SLA
Performance and Maintenance SLA executed as part of this Master Service
Agreement;
24. Software
Software designed, developed / customized, tested and deployed by the Bidder
for the purposes of the Project and includes the source code (in case of
Bespoke development) along with associated documentation, which is the
work product of the development efforts involved in the Project and the
improvements and enhancements effected during the term of the Project, but
does not include the third party software products (including the COTS
products used for the product), proprietary software components and tools
deployed by the Bidder;
25. Surveillance
System
The Project-Selection of an Agency for Design, Implementation and
Management of Cloud based IP CCTV Surveillance System in AP
26. Successful
Bidder
The bidder who is qualified & successful in the bidding process and is given the
award of Contract and will be referred to as System Integrator(SI)
27. Warranty
Warranty is for a period of sixty months from the date of 'Go-Live' (Warranty
Period) of each phase starting from Phase 1, for all the components,
equipment, software and hardware manufactured, developed or supplied by it
or any third party for the purpose of providing Services under "Service Level
Agreement" as per the Agreement.
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Part - 1
Bidding Instructions and Terms & Conditions
A. [Part 1] Bidding Data Sheet
Purpose of this RFP
Purpose of this RFP is for Selection of an Agency for Design, Implementation and Management of
Cloud based IP CCTV Surveillance System in AP
RFP Format: Single Volume
The intent of this RFP is to invite proposals from the prospective bidders and the contents are
provided in single volume in three parts:

Part 1: Bidding Instructions and Terms & Conditions
Part 1 of the RFP details the instructions with respect to the bid process management,
technical evaluation framework, Technical & Price Bid forms and contractual and legal
terms & conditions.

Part 2: Scope of Services and Specifications
Part 2 of the RFP provides information regarding the Project Implementation Plan,
requirements and corresponding documentation, scope of work.

Part 3: An indicative list of proposed site locations
Part 3 of the RFP provides an indicative list of proposed site locations for installation of
camera and other equipment’s in all 13 district and towns in AP.
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B. Fact Sheet
1
Name of the Authority
2
Name of the Assignment
Andhra Pradesh State FiberNet Limited
Selection of an Agency for Design, Implementation and
Management of Cloud Based IP CCTV Surveillance System in AP
3
RFP Number
APSFL/Surveillance Cloud/89/2016, Dated 21/12/2016
4
Last date and time for
submission
of
Proposal
(Proposal Due Date)
18/01/2017 at 3:00 PM
5
Date and
Meeting
time
of
Pre-Bid
The proposal is to be submitted on www.apeprocurement.gov.in
on e-procurement portal.
30/12/2016 at 11:00 AM
Andhra Pradesh State FiberNet Limited
H. NO 48-13-1C, 1st Floor,
Nithya Kalyani Building,
Near Ayush Hospital, Ramachandra Nagar
Vijayawada – 520 008
6
Last date and time for receiving
queries/clarifications
02/01/2017 at 05:00 PM
7
Date and time of opening of Prequalification
and
technical
proposals on e-procurement
platform
18/01/2017 at 4:00 PM
Andhra Pradesh State FiberNet Limited
Plot No.5, 6, 15&16, 1st Floor,
KKR Square (Opp: Hotel Jubilee Ridge)
Jubilee Hills, Hyderabad – 500 033, India.
Telephone No: 040-23391165
Fax: 040-23391164
8
Date and time of opening of
financial proposal
To be intimated to the technically qualified agencies at a later
date
9
Bid Processing
refundable)
INR 1,00,000 (Indian Rupees One Lac only)
Fee
(Non-
In the form of Demand Draft issued by one of the Nationalized /
Scheduled Commercial Banks in India drawn in favour of
Andhra Pradesh State FiberNet Ltd’, payable at
Hyderabad.
The DD hardcopy must be submitted in APSFL office at
Hyderabad before proposal due date.
10
Bid
Security
(Refundable)
/
EMD
INR 5,00,00,000 (Indian Rupees Five Crore only)
In the form of Bank Guarantee issued by one of the Nationalized
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/ Scheduled Commercial Banks in India drawn in favour of
Andhra Pradesh State FiberNet Ltd, payable at
Hyderabad.
Bid Security / EMD should be valid for a period of 180 (One
Eighty) days from Proposal Due Date. The Bid Security / EMD
will be refunded to unsuccessful Applicant agencies within 30
(Thirty) days of completion of selection process.
11
Performance Bank Guarantee
5% of the Total Project Cost, to be submitted by the successful
bidder only.
In the form of Bank Guarantee issued by one of the Nationalized
/ Scheduled Banks in India drawn in favour of Andhra
Pradesh State FiberNet Ltd, payable at Hyderabad.
12
For
any
enquiries
and
clarifications, please contact:
The Executive Director Technical (EDT),
Andhra Pradesh State FiberNet Limited,
Plot No.5,6,15&16, 1st Floor, KKR Square, Kavuri Hills, PhaseI, Jubilee Hills, Hyderabad – 500 033, India.
Tel: +91 040 2339 1165
Email: [email protected]
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Validity of the Proposal
Bidder proposals shall remain valid for a period of 180 days from
the Proposal Due Date
Important Note: Proposals/Bids submitted without Bid processing fee/Bid Security
shall summarily be rejected.
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1. Procedure for Bid Submission
The bidder shall submit his response through Bid submission to the RFP on e-Procurement
platform at www.apeprocurement.gov.in by following the procedure given below:
The bidder would be required to register on the e-procurement market place
www.apeprocurement.gov.in or https://tender.apeprocurement.gov.in and submit their bids
online. Offline bids shall not be entertained by the RFP Inviting Authority for the RFP s published
in e-Procurement platform.
The bidders shall submit their Pre-Qualification Bid, Technical bid and financial bid online in eProcurement web site. The bidders shall upload the scanned copies of all the relevant certificates,
documents etc., in support of their Pre-Qualification, Technical bids and other
certificates/documents with clear readability, in the e-Procurement web site. The bidder should
sign on all the statements, documents, certificates uploaded in the e-Procurement website,
owning responsibility for their correctness/authenticity.
Registration with e-Procurement platform:
For registration and online bid submission bidders may contact HELP DESK on
www.apeprocurement.gov.in or https://tender.apeprocurement.gov.in
Digital Certificate authentication:
The bidder shall authenticate the bid with the agency’s Digital Certificate for submitting the bid
electronically on e-Procurement platform and the bids not authenticated by digital certificate of
the bidder will not be accepted on the e-Procurement platform.
For obtaining Digital Signature Certificate, you may please contact:
Andhra Pradesh Technology Services Limited, Vijayawada/Hyderabad
www.apts.gov.in
(OR)
You may please contact any Registration Authorities of Certifying Authorities in India. The list of
CAs is available in the link provided below.
https://RFP .apeprocurement.gov.in/DigitalCertificate/signature.html
Hard copies:
i) All the bidders shall submit the hardcopy of the DD towards the bid processing fee in
APSFL office at Hyderabad before proposal due date. They shall invariably upload the
scanned copies of DD/BG in e-Procurement system and this will be the primary requirement
to consider the bid responsive.
ii) APSFL shall carry out the technical evaluation solely based on the uploaded
certificates/documents, DD/BG towards EMD in the e-Procurement system and open the
Price Bids of the responsive bidders.
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iii) APSFL will notify the successful bidder for submission of original hardcopies of all the
uploaded documents and DD/BG towards EMD prior to entering into agreement.
iv) The successful bidder shall invariably furnish the original DD/BG towards EMD,
Certificates/Documents of the uploaded scanned copies to the RFP Inviting Authority before
entering into agreement, either personally or through courier or post and the receipt of the
same within the stipulated date shall be the responsibility of the successful bidder. APSFL
will not take any responsibility for any delay in receipt/non-receipt of original DD/BG
towards EMD, Certificates/Documents from the successful bidder before the stipulated time.
On receipt of documents, APSFL shall ensure the genuinity of the DD/BG towards EMD and
all other certificates/documents uploaded by the bidder in e-Procurement system in support
of the qualification criteria before concluding the agreement.
Deactivation of Bidders
Vide Ref GO Ms. No.174 – I&CAD dated 1-9-2008, if any successful bidder fails to submit
the original hard copies of uploaded certificates/documents, DD/BG towards EMD within
stipulated time or if any variation is noticed between the uploaded documents and the
hardcopies submitted by the bidder, the successful bidder will be suspended from
participating in the RFP on the e-Procurement platform for a period of 3 years. The eProcurement system would deactivate the user ID of such defaulting bidder based on the
trigger/recommendation by the RFP Inviting Authority in the system. Besides this, APSFL
shall invoke all processes of law including criminal prosecution of such defaulting bidder as
an act of extreme deterrence to avoid delays in the RFP process for execution of the
development schemes taken up by the government. Other conditions as per RFP document
are applicable.
The bidder is requested to get a confirmed acknowledgement from the RFP Inviting
Authority a proof of Hardcopies submission to avoid any discrepancy.
a) Payment of Transaction Fee:
It is mandatory for all the participant bidders from 1st January 2006 to electronically pay a
prescribed non-refundable Transaction fee to M/s. APTS, the service provider through
"Payment Gateway Service on E-Procurement platform". The Electronic Payment Gateway
accepts all Master and Visa Credit Cards issued by any bank and Direct Debit facility/Net
Banking to facilitate the transaction. This is in compliance as per G.O.Ms. 13 dated
07.05.2006.
b) Corpus Fund:
As per GO MS No.4, user departments shall collect 0.04% of ECV (estimated contract value)
with a cap of Rs.10,000 (Rupees ten thousand only) for all works with ECV up too Rs.50
Crores, and Rs.25,000/- (Rupees twenty five thousand only) for works with ECV above
Rs.50 Crores, from successful bidders on e-Procurement platform before entering into
agreement / issue of purchase orders, towards e-procurement fund in favour of Managing
Director, APTS. There shall not be any charge towards e-Procurement fund in case of works,
goods and services with ECV less than and up to Rs. 10 lakhs
c) RFP Document:
The bidder is requested to download the RFP document and read all the terms and
conditions mentioned in the RFP Document and seek clarification if any from the RFP
Inviting Authority. Any offline bid submission clause in the RFP document could be
neglected.
The bidder has to keep track of any changes by viewing the Addendum/Corrigenda issued by
the RFP Inviting Authority from time-to-time in the e-Procurement platform. The
Department calling for RFP s shall not be responsible for any claims/issues arising out of
this.
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d) Bid Submission Acknowledgement:
The bidder shall complete all the processes and steps required for Bid submission. The
system will generate an acknowledgement with a unique bid submission number after
completing all the prescribed steps and processes by the bidder. Users may also note that the
bids for which an acknowledgement is not generated by the e-procurement system are
treated as invalid or not saved in the system. Such invalid bids are not made available to the
RFP Inviting Authority for processing the bids. The Government of AP is not responsible for
incomplete bid submission by users.
1.
The bidders may contact the Executive Director Technical (EDT), APSFL for any further
information / clarifications on e-procurement.
2. The bidders need to register on the electronic procurement market place of Government of
Andhra Pradesh i.e., www.eprocurement.gov.in. On registration in the e-procurement
market place they will be provided with a user ID and password by the system using which
they can submit their bids on line.
3. While registering on the e-procurement market place, bidders need to scan and upload the
required documents as per the RFP requirements on to their profile. The e-procurement
market place provides an online self-service registration facility to such of the Contractors
who are already registered with respective participating departments for supply of specified
goods and services.
4. All the bidders shall invariably upload the scanned copies of DD/BG in e-Procurement
system and this will be the primary requirement to consider the bid as responsive. The
Department shall carry out the Technical bid evaluation solely based on the uploaded
certificates/documents, DD/BG towards EMD in the e-procurement system and open the
Price Bids of the eligible and responsive bidders. The Department will notify the successful
bidder for submission of original hard copies of all uploaded documents and DD/BG towards
EMD prior to entering into agreement.
5. The bidders shall furnish a declaration in online stating that the soft copies uploaded by
them are genuine. Any incorrectness/deviation noticed will be viewed seriously and apart
from cancelling the work duly forfeiting the EMD, criminal action will be initiated including
suspension of business.
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2. Background
AP State FiberNet Limited (APSFL) has been incorporated under the Companies Act, 2013 in the
month of October, 2015. It is a fully owned entity of the Government of AP under the control of
Energy, Infrastructure & Investment (E,I&I) Department. This Corporation is responsible for
undertaking the works of AP Fiber grid, its operations & maintenance and business activities duly
partnering with various stakeholders for the benefit of all.
Vision of AP State FiberNet Ltd.
“To establish a highly scalable network infrastructure, accessible on a non-discriminatory basis;
to provide on demand, affordable and end-to-end broadband connectivity of 15 to 20 Mbps for
households and 100 Mbps to 1 Gbps for institutions & enterprises, to enable realization of the
Vision of Digital AP, in partnership with the Government of India and the private sector”.
AP State FiberNet is the means through which the vision of Hon’ble Chief Minister, Sri N.
Chandrababu Naidu to make available highly qualitative and affordable digital services (data,
voice and video etc..) to households, Government Offices and private agencies on demand in the
State of AP. This endeavour can truly turn the State of AP as Digital AP in the direction of
realising the dream of Digital India. APSFL aims to promote Digital inclusiveness by providing
affordable, high-speed broadband connectivity to households, deepening the reach of Internet in
the rural areas. It throws up immense possibilities for enhancing the quality of life of the people.
The services from AP State FiberNet system can effectively be utilised in education, health, law
enforcement, agriculture and allied sectors and also open up new vistas in e-governance and
enables delivering citizen-centric services in an efficient & transparent way.
AP Fiber Grid as foundation of AP state-wide Surveillance Cloud
As part of the AP Fiber Grid Project, a state-wide high speed optical fiber network infrastructure
has been established. A 24-core optical fibre cable has been pulled over the electrical poles
covering approximately 23,000 kms route across the 13 districts of Andhra Pradesh. Its back end
electronics system have been set-up at 2445 identified electrical sub-stations as PoPs (Points of
Presence). This entire network infrastructure is being operated and controlled from Network
Operations Centre (NOC) set-up in the Andhra University Campus in Vishakhapatnam (Vizag).
The state-wide fiber optic network infrastructure (over GPON) and the NOC can be leveraged to
set up AP Surveillance cloud which can be utilized effectively for the purposes of security, traffic
control, monitoring cleanliness and other governance purposes.
The broad contour of the AP Surveillance Cloud is that each cameras will be connected to optical
Network Terminals (ONT) which will further be connected by optical fiber to their nearest point
of Presence (PoPs).
The feed from these cameras will be transmitted through a hierarchy of PoPs to the NOC, where
the back-end supporting infrastructure for processing such as servers, storage, analytics and other
requisite customized software will be made available on a common cloud platform. Apart from the
central command & control center, the live feeds will also be monitored at 13 District Command &
Control Center and offices of the 3 Police Commissionerates at Vijayawada, Tirupati & Vizag.
State-wide viewing centres are also planned at CM office, CS office and DGP office.
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3. Introduction
3.1. Project Vision
Vision of Hon. Chief Minister is to develop all towns in the state and thereby the whole state into a
leading Smart State with a special emphasis on safety and security. A Smart State refers to states
where urban transformation leverages innovative technology and existing ICT investments across
departments to enrich its resident’s standards of living, provides positive investment climate for
businesses, and equips government to sustain, maximize resource utilization, and provide
transparency.
As a significant step towards transforming Andhra Pradesh into a Smart State, the Andhra
Pradesh State FiberNet Limited (APSFL) has decided to leverage its current optical fiber network
infrastructure combined with leading technology-based tools and be able to deliver policing
services that are on par across leading Smart cities. The vision of the project is to implement a
citizen friendly, holistic, integrated, and responsive CCTV based surveillance cloud for all districts
of AP. The proposed surveillance cloud shall help to meet the following objectives:
Live surveillance through a network of CCTV cameras
Live alerts in case of an event/ incident
Security & Safety
Help to identify, apprehend and prosecute offenders
Monitoring of suspicious people, vehicles, objects etc. with respect to
protecting life & property
Improved
Responsiveness
Access to police by the Citizens for quick and effective response, improved
visibility and transparency
Provide assistance to emergency services and fast turn-around time
Address threats from Terrorist attacks
Effective Policing
Assist in the management and policing of large-scale events (political,
religious etc.)
Aid to investigation by Police department by integration of analytic tools
Providing evidence for criminal and civil action in the courts
Help in maintaining Law & Order situations
Improved
Management
Help in improving traffic discipline
Act as a tool for Municipalities and other government agencies in
monitoring cleanliness and also effective management of their functions
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The proposed CCTV surveillance cloud shall enable the above by:

Providing trigger based any form of alerts/ feedback to the Central Command & Control
Center about abnormal movements/ suspicious objects etc.

Providing live feed and alerts to all stake holders/ departments.

Better Management of Security breaches based on alerts received from the system.

Improved turnaround time in responding to any investigation case, faster access to
evidence in case of security breach, law violation in the prescribed areas.

Minimizing the journey time by ensuring 24 x 7 video surveillance to handle any
bottlenecks and create a sense discipline within citizens by enforcing integrated traffic
management system at identified locations ensuring the inevitability of being caught and
punished.
3.2. Project Beneficiaries
The project creates permanent benefits and provides value to three key beneficiaries:

Citizens

Businesses

Government Departments
3.3. Project Coverage
The Government of AP intends to implement the city surveillance system across all the 13 districts
of the State. Typical locations to be kept under surveillance as part of the project include:

Entry and Exit points of the Cities and Districts

Important Chowks and Traffic Junctions

Important Road Stretches (accident prone areas)

Approach Roads to Important buildings- Govt. buildings, Major Hospitals, Major
School/Colleges, Major Banks, Shopping Malls

Approach Roads to Key Travel Stations- Railway Stations, Airports, Bus Stands, Taxi
stands etc.

Entry/Exit of Schools, Key Residential Places, Market Places

Vital installations in the city- Flyovers / Bridges, Power plants, Power distribution
stations/towers, Water Supply and Pumping Stations, Water Filtration Plants

Near/Around Public Places with high footfall
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An assessment has been done by the Police Department, in the areas under jurisdiction of
respective police stations covering above-mentioned nodes for identifying the locations to be
covered with CCTV cameras and a list of all such locations identified/ proposed for CCTV cameras
along with cameras types is being finalised. An indicative list of proposed site locations is
provided under Part 3 of this RFP document.
3.4. Overall Project Scope
The Government of AP intends to implement the project in well-planned phased manner with
each phase clearly demonstrating value to all beneficiaries of the project. A phased agile approach
with each phase clearly demonstrating standalone benefits also ensures:

Timely integration with other planned and future resilient, smart, safe and secure
initiatives

Early gains for the benefit of all beneficiaries of the project

Preparedness for downstream impact with resource and internal capacity building
The proposed video surveillance system will involve setting up of IP based security surveillance
cameras across various locations across all districts in AP. The video surveillance data from
various cameras deployed will be monitored at the Central Command & Control centers, District
Command & Control Centers, special viewing centers, Mobile Command and Control Center and
the handheld smartphone devices.
Key highlights of the project scope of the successful System Integrator are as follows:
Scope Item
Details
 Approx. 14200 new cameras (Full HD 1920 X 1080)
Cameras
 Approx. 3800 existing cameras to be integrated with the new
surveillance cloud platform.
 Inclusive of approx. 4500 ANPR Cameras for traffic enforcement
 Community surveillance cameras integration to view feeds on need basis
 Red Light Violation detection system for 1000 locations (lanes)
 Core backbone (GPON) network connectivity by APSFL
 Last mile connectivity to be provided by the successful bidder.
Last mile
Connectivity/
Network
 Last mile as part of the successful bidder’s scope shall include optical
fiber cable connectivity of camera locations with the nearest PoP
provided by APSFL.
 It is assessed about 13,000 km OFC (min. 2 Core Fiber as per prescribed
specifications) to be pulled for connecting the field equipments
(cameras/network switches) to their nearest POP of AP fiber grid.
 In case of Multicast based video streaming, the entire multicast traffic is
to be managed by the bidder. Bidder to consider the suitable network
equipments in their proposed solution.
Smart City
Components
 Provisions for connectivity of Smart City Sensors – All locations
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Scope Item
Details
 Basic video analytics such as temper detection etc. for all cameras
Analytics
 Advanced Video Analytics such as Wrong way detection, Crowd analysis
etc. – Approx. 2000 Licenses
 Facial Recognition System- 1000 cameras & 20 viewing locations
State level
Central
Command
Control
Center
State of the art Command & Control Center at Amaravati
District level
/Commissione
rate level
Command and
Control
Centers

District Command & Control Centers (13)

Mobile Command and Control Center (1)

Command and Control Centers at Police Commissionerate level at
Vijayawada, Tirupati and Vizag

Handheld smartphone devices
State level
viewing/moni
toring centers

Chief Minister’s Office

Chief Secretary’s Office

DGP’s Office
Data Center
Primary data center at Amaravati and Secondary/DR data center at
Vizag
 30 days storage of video feeds
 Viewing at 25 FPS
Storage of
feeds
 Storage Frames - 18 FPS during day/movement period & 8 FPS during
no movement period
 60 days storage for flagged data
 60 days storage for ANPR video feeds
 Specific data as notified by police department will be stored for long
term records
Collaborative
Monitoring
Implementati
on Timelines
Maintenance
& Operations
Support
Integration with Community Surveillance System and other Public/ Private
CCTV systems for viewing on need basis (feeds from these cameras shall be
aggregated at District Command & Control Center/Police stations for
integration)
Phase 1: 15 Months from the date of Signing of Contract
Phase 2: 12 Months from the Go-Live of Phase 1
Project Go-Live: Date of Go-Live of Phase 2
For 5 years from the Go Live date of Phase 2
The licenses for software/hardware as required shall be obtained by the selected Systems
Integrator in the name of the Authority/APSFL.
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The detailed Project scope and functional requirements are mentioned in Part 2 of this RFP.
Bidders are advised to go through the detailed phase wise scope of Project and the major
components in the Part 2 of RFP.
Note:
1.
Core (backbone) network connectivity is out of Bidder's scope and shall be provided by
APSFL through existing AP FiberNet’s GPON based state wide network infrastructure.
Last mile connectivity i.e. from the nearest Point of Presence (PoP) to the camera/field
location to be provided by the Bidder.
2.
It is assessed about 13,000 km OFC (min. 2 Core Fiber as per prescribed specifications) to
be pulled by selected SI for connecting the field equipments (cameras/network switches)
to their nearest POP of AP fiber grid.
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Figure 1: Overall Network Architecture
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4. Instructions to the Bidder
4.1. Pre-Bid Queries
All enquiries from the Bidders relating to this RFP must be submitted to the Executive Director
(Technical), APSFL, Hyderabad. These queries should be e-mailed in non-editable Format
document to [email protected] The queries should necessarily be submitted in the following
Format:
#
RFP
Part
No.
Section
No.
Page
no.
Content of the RFP
requiring clarification
Clarification Sought
4.2. Language of the Bid
The bids prepared by the Bidder and all subsequent correspondence and documents relating to
the bids exchanged by the Bidder and APSFL shall be written in English language. Any printed
literature furnished by the Bidder, written in another language, shall be accompanied by an
accurate English translation, in which case, for purposes of interpretation of the Bid, the English
translation shall govern.
4.3. Hand written documents, Erasures or Alterations
The offers containing erasures or alterations will not be considered. There should be no handwritten material, corrections or alterations in the offer. Filling up of the information using terms
such as “OK”, “noted”, “as given in brochure/manual” is not acceptable and may lead to the
disqualification of the Bid.
4.4. Earnest Money Deposit (EMD) / Bid Security
Bidders should submit EMD of Rs. 5,00,00,000 (Rs. Five Crore Only), in the form of a Demand
Draft / Bank Guarantee issued by any Nationalized bank or Scheduled Commercial Bank, in
favour of the “Andhra Pradesh State FiberNet Limited” which should be valid for 180 days from
the last date of submission of bids. Format of the Bank Guarantee is given in Annexure 4 of this
RFP (Part I).
The Bid security of all unsuccessful bidders would be refunded by APSFL within 120 days of the
Bidder being notified as being unsuccessful. The Bid security amount is interest free and will be
refundable to the unsuccessful bidders without any accrued interest on it. Bid Security shall be
returned to the Successful Bidder upon signing of contract and submission of 5% Performance
Bank Guarantee (i.e. 5% of Total Project Cost).
The Bid submitted without Bid Security, mentioned above, will be summarily rejected. The Bid
Security may be forfeited:

If a Bidder withdraws its Bid during the period of bid validity
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
If the Successful Bidder fails to sign the contract and submit Performance Bank
Guarantee within the stipulated period.

In case the documents submitted or the information furnished by the bidder are found to
be not genuine/false.
4.5. Bid Prices
The Bidder shall indicate in the proforma prescribed, the unit rates and total Bid Prices for the
equipment / services, it proposes to provide under the Contract. Prices should be shown
separately for each item as detailed in this document.
The Bidder shall prepare the Bid based on details provided in the RFP document. It must be
clearly understood that the Scope of Work is intended to give the Bidder an idea about the order
and magnitude of the work and is not in any way exhaustive and guaranteed by the Bidder. The
Bidder shall carry out all the tasks in accordance with the requirement of the RFP document &
with due diligence. It shall be the responsibility of the Bidder to fully meet all the requirements of
the RFP document and to meet objectives of the Project. If during the course of execution of the
project any minor revisions to the work requirements like technical specifications, equipment
sizing, etc. are to be made to meet the goals of the Project; such changes shall be carried out
within the proposed price. If any deviation has a major impact on the Project Cost, the Authority
shall take appropriate decision and such decisions would be binding on the Bidder.
4.6. Firm Prices
Prices quoted in the Bid must be firm and final and shall not be subject to any modifications, on
any account whatsoever. The Bid Prices shall be indicated in Indian Rupees (INR) only.
The Price Bid should clearly indicate the price quoted without any ambiguity / qualifications
whatsoever and should include all applicable taxes, duties, fees, levies, and other charges as may
be applicable in relation to the activities proposed to be carried out. Should there be a change in
applicable taxes, the actual taxes on the date of billing would prevail.
Prices in any form or by any reason before opening the Price Bid should not be revealed, failing
which the offer shall be liable for rejection. If price change is inevitable due to any factor external
to the bidders, the bidders may be given chance to submit revised Bids in a separate sealed cover.
Decisions of the Authority shall be final in this regards.
4.7. Amendment of the RFP Document
At any time prior to the submission of bids, Authority for any reason whatsoever, may, modify any
element of the RFP Document by issuing a corrigendum. For the sake of interpretation, the
content of any corrigenda issued by the Authority shall be read as a part of the original RFP
Document. In each instance in which provisions of the Corrigenda contradict or are inconsistent/
inapplicable with the provisions of the RFP, the provisions of the Corrigenda shall prevail and
govern, and the contradicted or inconsistent/inapplicable provisions of the RFP shall be deemed
amended accordingly.
The Authority may in its sole discretion consider extension of deadlines for submission of the
bids, in order to allow prospective bidders reasonable time in which to take the amendment into
account while preparing their bids. All the communications with regards to the clarifications /
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corrigendum shall be uploaded in the website of APSFL on www.apsfl.in and on e-procurement
platform.
4.8. Inspection of Site and sufficiency of RFP
Bidder is expected to work out their own rates based on the detailed description of scope of work
items, the specifications, SLA conditions, etc. and should judiciously arrive at the commercials.
The Bidder shall be deemed to have satisfied itself before Bid submission as to correctness and
sufficiency of its RFP. The rates and prices quoted shall cover all its obligations under the contract
necessary for proper completion and maintenance of the Works/Services.
If necessary, before submitting its Bid the Bidder should inspect and examine various sites and its
surroundings and shall satisfy itself about form and nature of the Sites (including camera
locations), means of access to the Sites, and in general, obtain all necessary information which
may influence or affect Project implementation and operationalization. No extra charges
consequent on any misunderstanding or otherwise shall be allowed.
4.9. Qualifying Criteria for Technical Bid
Prior to the detailed evaluation of the Technical Bids, Authority shall determine whether each Bid
is

complete,

is accompanied by the required information and documents and

is substantially responsive to the requirements set forth in the RFP Documents.
The technical committee of the Authority will evaluate both technical & Price Bids received in
response to this RFP. The findings of the said Committee and subsequent decision of the
Authority shall be final and binding on all the bidders. Only those bidders, who fulfil all the
criteria / requirements mentioned in the RFP, shall be eligible and qualified for technical scrutiny
as per the Evaluation Framework given below.
Bidders should obtain minimum 70 marks in the overall technical evaluation to qualify for
opening of the Price Bid. In case, none of the bidder achieves the min. qualifying marks, the
Evaluation Committee may revise the min. qualification marks to 60 as per the case in the
interest of this RFP. Evaluation Committee’s decision in this regard shall be final and binding on
the Bidders.
Authority may in its sole discretion, waive any informality or non-conformity or irregularity in a
Bid document, which does not constitute a material deviation, provided such a waiver does not
prejudice or affect the relative ranking of any Bidder.
The bidders are expected to propose one make and model for each requirement in Technical
Proposal e.g. all PTZ cameras must belong to a single OEM and must be of the same model etc.
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4.10.
Evaluation Framework
4.10.1.
Pre-Qualification Bid Evaluation Criteria
Note: Only the bids of those Bidders, who submitted the prescribed Bid processing fee and EMD
shall be considered for evaluation. The bids not accompanied with a valid Bid processing
fee/EMD towards the security deposit shall summarily be rejected.
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Criteria
In case of Single
Bidder
In
case
of
Consortium Bidding
In
case
of
Single Bidder
In
case
of
Consortium
Bidding
1
LEGAL ENTITY
LEGAL ENTITY
a.
a.
The Bidder should be
a Company registered
in India under the
Indian
Companies
Act 1956 / 2013
existing for the past 3
years
as
on
31/03/2016
Only 3 members are
allowed as part of the
Consortium
(including
lead
member).
All
members
should
be
registered in India under
the Indian Companies
Act 1956 / 2013 existing
for the past 3 years as on
31/03/2016. One of the
members
shall
be
designated as the Lead
member.
A copy of the
a.
Certificate
of
Incorporation.
Copies of
Certificate of
Incorporation for
all members of
the Consortium.
VAT, SERVICE TAX
REGISTRATION
VAT, SERVICE
REGISTRATION
2
The bidder should
have valid Service tax
and VAT registration
in India
3
POWER OF
ATTORNEY /
BOARD
RESOLUTION
The bidder should
Supporting documents required
TAX
Lead member should
have valid Service tax
and VAT registration in
India.
POWER OF ATTORNEY
/ BOARD RESOLUTION
The bidders should
submit an authorization
letter for authorizing the
b. A notarized
agreement or
registered
agreement
between the
Consortium
members duly
detailing their
strengths,
respective roles
and
responsibilities
has to be
submitted.
Certified copy of
valid service tax
and
VAT
registration
certificates issued
by
competent
authority.
Certified copy of
valid service tax
and
VAT
registration
certificates issued
by
competent
authority in India
for
the
Lead
partner.
A Board
Resolution /
authorization
letter from the
board of directors
or Power of
Attorney
For the lead
member - A
Board Resolution
/ authorization
letter from the
board of
directors or
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4
submit an
authorization letter
for authorizing the
tender signing
authority for signing
and submission of the
tender.
tender signing authority
i.e., Lead Member for
signing and submission
of the tender.
EXPERIENCE
EXPERIENCE
a. Experience of
b.
executing min. 3 govt.
projects
(Central/State
Govt./any Govt.
PSU/Local Bodies) in
IP based CCTV
Surveillance systems
domain having
minimum project
value of Rs.10 croresc.
each since
d.
01/01/2010.
5
Experience of executing a.
min. 3 govt. projects
(Central/State Govt./any
Govt. PSU/Local Bodies)
in IP based CCTV
Surveillance systems
domain having minimum
project value of Rs.10
crores each since
01/01/2010.
Power of
Attorney
authorizing the
tender signing
authority (as per
the Format
provided under
Annexure-1)
Copy of Work Orders / Contracts /
Work Completion Certificates from
Clients (or) Certificate(s) from
statutory auditor with all relevant
details.
In case of Consortium the
combined experience of
all members will be
considered.
FINANCIAL
CAPABILITY
FINANCIAL
CAPABILITY
i) The Bidder should
have overall average
annual turnover of at
least Rs.500 Cr in last
3 financial years as
on 31/03/2016.
i) The Bidder should have
overall average annual
turnover of at least
Rs.500 Cr. The sum of
the average annual
turnovers of all the
consortium members will
be considered. However
the lead member shall
necessarily have an
overall average annual
turnover of at least 300
Cr in last 3 financial
years. as on 31/03/2016
ii) Out of the total
turnover as stated
above, the bidder
should have min.
total turnover of
Rs.60 Cr from IP
based CCTV
Surveillance systems
related projects in
last three FYs as on
31/03/2016.
authorizing the
tender signing
authority (as per
the Format
provided under
Annexure-1)
Certificate(s) from statutory auditor
with all relevant details from the
bidder/the respective consortium
members.
ii) Out of the total
turnover as stated above,
the bidder (inclusive of
all the consortium
members) should have
min. total turnover of
Rs.60 Cr from IP based
CCTV Surveillance
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systems related projects
in last three FYs as on
31/03/2016.
6
NONBLACKLISTING
The Bidder should
not
have
been
blacklisted by any
Government (Central
/ State / PSU)
Organization in India
as on the date of bid
Submission
NON-BLACKLISTING
Any of the Consortium
members should not
have been blacklisted by
any Government (Central
/
State
/
PSU)
Organization in India as
on the date of bid
Submission
Self-Certification from the authorized
signatory of the Bidder and respective
Consortium member
Important Note:




Bidders are required to provide the aforementioned information as per the Formats provided at
ANNEXURE 1 – Formats for Pre-Qualification Bid along with the required supporting documents
for each of the criteria.
Proposals without necessary supporting documents or without meeting the prescribed
qualification criteria will be treated as ineligible and will not be considered for further evaluation.
In case of Consortium, one of the members should expressly be designated as the Lead member
and all correspondence should be through the Lead member only.
Only 3 members are allowed in the Consortium including the lead member.
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4.10.2.
Technical Bid Evaluation Criteria
Technical bids of only those bidders who are found responsive and eligible as per the Pre-Qualification
Criteria will be evaluated. Eligible bidders will be evaluated on the following criteria:
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1
Parameter
FINANCIAL
CAPACITY
(OVERALL)
Average Annual
Turnover in the last 3
financial years (i.e. FY
13-14, 14-15 and 15-16).
In case of Consortium,
the combined average
annual turnover of all
members will be
considered.
2
Criteria
Max.
marks
Average Annual
Turnover in last 3
FYs.
Marks
INR 500 Cr to 750 Cr
5
> INR 750 Cr to 1000 Cr
10
> INR 1000 Cr
15
FINANCIAL
CAPACITY
(EXCLUSIVELY
FROM IP BASED
CCTV
SURVEILLANCE
BUSINESS)
Total Annual
Marks
Turnover of last 3
FYs. (Exclusively
from IP based
CCTV Surveillance
systems business)
INR 60 Cr to 75 Cr
10
Total Annual Turnover
exclusively from
projects related to IP
based CCTV
Surveillance systems
business in last 3
financial years (i.e. FY
13-14, 14-15 and 15-16).
> INR 75 Cr to 100 Cr
15
> INR 100 Cr
20
EXPERIENCE OF
THE BIDDER
WITH GOVT. IN
RELATED
PROJECTS
No. of Projects
(min. value INR 10
Cr each)
Marks
3-5
5
Experience of
executing government
projects in IP based
CCTV Surveillance
systems domain having
minimum value of
project as 10 crores
each since 01/01/2010.
6-8
10
>8
15
Supporting Docs
15
Certificate(s)
from
statutory
auditor
with relevant details.
20
Certificate(s) from
statutory auditor
with relevant details.
In case of Consortium,
the combined exclusive
annual turnovers of all
members will be
considered.
3
e.
15
Copies of Work
Orders/Client’s
certificates/
Certificate(s) from
statutory auditor
with all relevant
details
f.
g.
4
In case of Consortium,
the combined
experience of all
members will be
considered.
MANPOWER
Manpower/Resources
to be deployed for
Design,
Implementation and
O&M of this Project



5
All resources
to have a min.
of 3 years of
relevant
experience
At least 1
relevant
project should
have been
implemented
by each
proposed
resource
Each proposed
resource has to
be exclusive
and should not
be part of any
other criteria.
e.g. A resource
proposed for
design cannot
be proposed as
implementatio
n resource.
EXPERIENCE OF
IMPLEMENTING
TRAFFIC
MANAGEMENT
SYSTEM (WHICH
SHALL INCLUDE
RLVD/ANPR/ECHALLAN
FEATURES) since
01/01/2010.
Minimum
Manpower
Criteria
No.
of
reso
urces
Mar
ks
Design (B.Tech
or equivalent)
3-5
2
6-8
3
>8
5
15
5
16-20
7
>20
10
Implementation
& O&M
(B.Tech /
equivalent (or)
MBA – as per
the role of
proposed
resource)
Certified
by
the
authorized signatory
with all relevant
details as per the
prescribed Format –
Annexure 2.
15
In number of distinct towns:
Criteria
Marks
3-5
5
6-8
10
>8
15
Copies of Work
Orders/Clients
certificates with all
relevant details.
15
In case of consortium,
the combined
experience of all the
members will be taken
into consideration.
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EXPERIENCE OF
SETTING UP
COMMAND AND
CONTROL
CENTERS (CCCS)
with a project cost of at
least INR 1 Cr in each
case since 01/01/2010.
In number of distinct CCCs:
Criteria
Marks
3-5
5
6-8
7
>8
10
Copies of Work
Orders/Clients
certificates with all
relevant details.
10
In case of consortium,
the combined
experience of all the
members will be taken
into consideration.
7
EXPERIENCE OF
SETTING UP TIER
3 OR ABOVE
LEVEL DATA
CENTERS with a
project cost of at least
INR 5 Cr in each case
since 01/01/2010.
In case of consortium,
the combined
experience of all the
members will be taken
into consideration.
In number of distinct Data
Centers:
Criteria
Marks
2-5
5
6-8
7
>8
10
TOTAL MARKS
Copies of Work
Orders/Clients
certificates with all
relevant details.
10
100
Important Notes:






The Bidders shall submit the Technical Solution Proposed and compliance to the min.
specifications for IT/non-IT components for the Project as detailed under Section 7.1. The Bids
submitted without these documents are liable to be rejected. The Technical/Evaluation
Committee’s decision shall be final and binding on all.
Bidders should obtain minimum 70 marks in the overall technical evaluation to qualify for
opening of the Price Bid.
In case, none of the bidder achieves the min. qualifying marks, the Technical Evaluation
Committee may revise the min. qualification marks to 60 as per the case in the interest of this
RFP. The Technical Evaluation Committee’s decision in this regard shall be final and binding on
the Bidder.
Bidders are required to provide the aforementioned information as per the Formats provided at
ANNEXURE 2 – Formats of technical bid along with the required supporting documents for each
of the criteria. Proposals without necessary supporting documents will be treated as ineligible and
will not be awarded any marks.
Bidders should submit necessary proofs towards experience claimed such as work orders / work
completion certificates from clients/certificate from Auditors etc. as per the case as explained
above.
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4.10.3.
Price Bid Evaluation Criteria
Price Bids of only those bidders who are found eligible and obtain the minimum prescribed qualifying
marks as per the Technical Evaluation Criteria as detailed under Section 4.10.2 above will be
evaluated. Eligible and qualified bidders will be evaluated on the following criteria:
#
Description
Value in INR (Inclusive of
all applicable taxes /
charges etc.)
Total Project Cost (Towards the Design, Implementation and
Management of the Project, inclusive of 5 years O&M of the
Project from the Go-Live date of Phase 2 as detailed in the
Project scope)
Estimated Net Revenue by monetization of project
infrastructure through various means over the entire time
period of the contract as mentioned under ‘A’ above.
Net Project Cost Quoted (i.e. A minus B) in Numeric
Value
A
B
C
Net Project Cost Quoted (i.e. A minus B) in Words
* Monetization of project infrastructure can be explored for generation of revenues through e-traffic
challans, digital advertisement boards, Wi-Fi services or any other innovative monetization measures.
The permission of the Authority shall be taken before finalising such schemes/methodology.
Net Project Cost: Net Project Cost is the effective cost (inclusive of all applicable taxes,
annual/recurring support charges or any other charges) of the Project arrived after deducting the
anticipated net revenue by monetization of project infrastructure over period of contract from the
Total Project cost as offered by the Bidder.
The Bidder offering the lowest Net Project Cost (inclusive of all applicable taxes,
annual/recurring support charges or any other charges) will be selected as an agency
for design, implementation and management of cloud based IP CCTV Surveillance
System in AP.
The selected agency shall be paid only to the extent of Net Project Cost (subject to any
deviations/modifications in the scope of work in due course) as per the Payment
Schedule mentioned in this RFP document.
The Authority or any other government agency shall not have any liability of paying any taxes
(including GST)/charges/levies as part of this project. The bidder has to quote their Price duly
factoring in all these costs over the project life period.
If there is any discrepancy in the Price Bid, it will be dealt as per the following:

If, in the price structure quoted for the required goods/ services/ works, there is discrepancy
between the unit price and total price (which is obtained by multiplying the unit price by the
quantity), only the total price/cost as quoted in the table in the Price Bid Format 1 shall
prevail. The unit prices quoted in the Price Bid Format 2 shall be considered only in case of
any deviations/modifications in the scope of the work in due course.

If there is a discrepancy between words and figures, the amount in words shall prevail.
Note:
i.
Total cost should be inclusive of all applicable taxes / charges, annual support charges or any
other recurring charges such as license fees etc.(for hardware as well as software components)
as applicable.
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ii.
The bidder has to quote the unit rates of various components as per Format 2 of the Price Bid,
without which the bid is liable to be rejected by the technical/ evaluation committee. The
decision of the committee shall be final and binding on all in this regard.
4.11.
Conditional bids/Offers by the bidders
The Bidder should abide by all terms and conditions specified in the RFP Document. Conditional
bids/offers shall be liable for disqualification.
4.12.
Late Tender bids
Any tender offer received by APSFL after the deadline for submission of tender offer prescribed by the
Authority, will be summarily rejected.
4.13.
Bid Validity Period
Bids shall be valid for a period of 180 days (One hundred and eighty days) from the date of opening of
the bids. A Bid valid for shorter period may be considered as non-responsive. In exceptional
circumstances, at its discretion, Authority may solicit the bidder's consent for an extension of the
validity period. The request and the responses thereto shall be made in writing or by fax or email.
4.14.
Address for Communication
Bids should be addressed to the Authority and submitted at below given address:
The Executive Director – Technical,
Andhra Pradesh State FiberNet Limited,
Plot No.5,6,15&16, 1st Floor, KKR Square.
Kavuri Hills, Madhapur, Hyderabad - 500033
Contact No: 040 2339 1165
Email Id: [email protected]
4.15.
Opening of Bids
Bids received within the prescribed closing date and time will be opened on the e-procurement
platform, on the date, time and at the address mentioned in the RFP Documents.

Technical bid of only those Bidders shall be opened who meet the Pre-Qualification
requirements.

Price Bid of only those Bidders shall be opened who obtain minimum 70 marks in the overall
technical evaluation.

In case, none of the bidder achieves the min. qualifying marks, the Technical Evaluation
Committee may revise the min. qualification marks to 60 as per the case in the interest of this
RFP. Evaluation Committee’s decision in this regard shall be final and binding on the Bidder.
4.16.
Clarification of Bids
To assist in the scrutiny, evaluation and comparison of bids, Authority may, at its discretion, ask some
or all bidders for clarifications with regards to their Bid. The request for such clarifications and the
response will necessarily be in writing (by letter / fax / email). Failure of a Bidder to submit additional
information or clarification as sought by Authority within the prescribed period will be considered as
non-compliance and the Proposal may get evaluated based on the limited information furnished along
with the bids.
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4.17.
Right to accept any Bid and reject any or all Bids
Authority reserves the right to accept or reject any Bid, and to annul the RFP process and reject all
bids at any time prior to award of contract, without thereby incurring any liability to the affected
Bidder(s) or any obligation to inform the affected Bidder(s) of the grounds for such action.
4.18.
Notification of Award
Authority will notify the Successful Bidder via letter / fax /email of its intent of accepting the bid.
Within 7 days of receipt of the Letter of Intent (LOI) issued by the Authority, the Successful Bidder
shall be required to sign the LOI and return the same to the address specified above as a token of
acceptance of the LOI.
4.19.
Performance Bank Guarantee
As a condition precedent to execution of the Agreement, the Successful Bidder shall ensure
submission of the requisite unconditional irrevocable Bank Guarantee, in the prescribed Format
within 15 days of receipt of the LOI as a Performance Bank Guarantee (PS) for the services to be
performed under the resultant Agreement. The Bank Guarantee shall be equivalent to 5% of the Total
Project Cost and must be issued by a Nationalized/Scheduled Commercial Bank. The Performance
Bank Guarantee shall be valid for the term of the resultant Agreement, and shall be renewed and
maintained as necessary by the SI for the term of the resultant Agreement, and extensions if any.
Earnest Money Deposits (EMD) submitted by the bidders along with their bids shall be refunded to all
bidders, except the Successful Bidder, within 120 days of issuance of the LOI. EMD of the Successful
Bidder & the second ranked Bidder shall be returned on submission of Performance Bank Guarantee
by Successful Bidder after successful execution of the Agreement.
The Performance Bank Guarantee may be liquidated by the Authority as penalty/liquidated damages
resulting from the System Integrator’s (SI) failure to complete its obligations under the resultant
Agreement. The Performance Bank Guarantee shall be returned by Authority to the Bidder within 120
days of the term/expiration of the resultant Agreement after applicable deductions as per the
Agreement, if any.
4.20.
Signing of Contract
Subsequent to Authority notification to the Successful Bidder by way of a LOI, acceptance of the LOI
and submission of the Performance Guarantee, the Successful Bidder shall execute the Agreement
with the APSFL. Failure of the Successful Bidder to furnish the Performance Guarantee or execute the
Agreement within the prescribed time shall cause the EMD of the Successful Bidder to be liquidated.
In such event, APSFL shall negotiate with the next eligible bidder. The Successful Bidder will be liable
to indemnify APSFL for any additional cost or expense, incurred on account of failure of the
Successful Bidder to execute the Agreement.
Notwithstanding anything to the contrary mentioned above, the Authority at its sole discretion shall
have the right to extend the timelines for execution of Agreement on the request of the Successful
Bidder, provided the same is bonafide.
The Draft Agreement between the Authority and the Successful Bidder has been given as Annexure 6
in the current part of the RFP.
4.21.
Rejection criteria
Besides other conditions and terms highlighted in the RFP Document, bids may be rejected under
following circumstances:
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4.21.1.
General rejection criteria
a) Conditional Bids;
b) If the information provided by the Bidder is found to be incorrect / misleading / fraudulent at
any stage / time during the RFP Evaluation Process;
c) Any effort on the part of a Bidder to influence the bid evaluation, bid comparison or contract
award decisions;
d) Bids received after the prescribed time & date for receipt of bids;
e) Bids without signature of person (s) duly authorized on required pages of the bid;
f)
Bids without power of attorney/ board resolution or its certified true copy.
g) Bids received without submission of the prescribed Bid processing fee/EMD.
4.21.2.
Pre-Qualification rejection criteria
a) Bidders not complying with the Eligibility Criteria given in this RFP ;
b) Revelation of prices in any form or by any reason before opening the Price Bid;
c) Failure to furnish all information required by the RFP Document or submission of a Bid not
substantially responsive to the RFP Document in any aspect;
4.21.3.
Technical rejection criteria
a) Technical Bid containing Price details;
b) Revelation of Prices in any form or by any reason before opening the Price Bid;
c) Failure to furnish all information required by the RFP Document or submission of a Bid not
substantially responsive to the RFP Document in any aspect;
d) Bidders not quoting for the complete scope of work as indicated in the RFP Documents,
addendum /corrigendum (if any) and any subsequent information given to the Bidder;
e) Bidders not complying with the Technical and General Terms and conditions as stated in the
RFP Documents;
f)
The Bidder not confirming unconditional acceptance of full responsibility of providing
services in accordance with the scope of work and Service Level Agreements of this RFP ;
4.21.4.
Price Bid Rejection Criteria
a) Incomplete Price Bid;
b) Price Bids that do not conform to the RFP ’s Price Bid Format;
c) If there is an arithmetic discrepancy in the Price Bid calculations the RFP Evaluation
Committee shall rectify the same. If the Bidder does not accept the correction of the errors, its
Bid may be rejected.
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4.22.
Concessions permissible under statutes
Bidder, while quoting against this RFP, must take cognizance of all concessions permissible, if any,
under the statutes and ensure the same is passed on to the Authority, failing which it will have to bear
extra cost. In case Bidder does not avail concessional rates of levies like customs duty, excise duty,
sales tax, etc. APSFL will not take responsibility towards this. However, the Authority may provide
necessary assistance, wherever possible, in this regard.
4.23.
Taxes
The Bidders shall fully familiarize themselves about the applicable domestic taxes (such as value
added or sales tax, service tax, income taxes, duties, fees, levies, GST etc.) on amounts payable by
APSFL under the Agreement. All such taxes must be included by Bidders in the Price Bid. (Bidder
needs to find out applicable taxes for the components being proposed.)
4.24.
Right to vary the scope of Work
4.24.1.
Right to vary the scope of the work at the time
of award
The Authority reserves its right to make changes to the scope of the work at the time of execution of
the resultant Agreement. If any such change causes an increase or decrease in the cost of, or the time
required for the SI’s performance of any part of the work under the Agreement, whether changed or
not changed by the order, an equitable adjustment (if required) shall be made in the Contract Value or
time schedule, or both, and the Agreement shall accordingly be amended. Any claims by the SI for
adjustment under this Clause must be asserted within thirty (30) days from the date of the SI’s receipt
of the APSFL changed order.
4.24.2.
4.24.2.1.
Cost Control
Bill of Quantities:
4.24.2.1.1. The Bill of Quantities will contain the requisite items and their estimated
quantities for the project work to be done by the contractor.
4.24.2.2.
Changes in the Quantities
4.24.2.2.1. The selected Bidder is bound to execute all the supplemental works that
are found essential, incidental and inevitable during execution of project
works.
4.24.2.2.2. The payment of rates for any supplemental items beyond the quantities
estimated in the BoQ will be regulated as under:
i.
For quantities in excess of the proposed BoQ, the Authority/PMA or any
authorized official/agency nominated by the Authority shall validate the
requirements and necessity of variations in quantity or extra items after due
diligence, based on site conditions and work contingencies.
ii.
The recommendations of the PMA or any authorized official/ agency
nominated by the Authority will be submitted to the Authority for its
consideration and necessary approval.
iii.
For variation in quantities excess or less of the proposed quantity in BoQ, the
unit rates quoted by the bidder in his Price Bid under Format 2 of Annexure 3
(section 8.3) / on mutually agreed terms and conditions shall be applicable.
4.24.2.3.
Extra (New) Items
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4.24.2.3.1. Extra items of work shall not vitiate the contract. The reimbursement for
extra items shall be validated by the Project Management Agency (PMA)
and cleared by the Authority. The Contractor shall be bound to execute
extra items of work as directed by the Authority. The rates for extra items
shall be worked out based on the unit rates quoted by the Bidder in Price
Bid/as per mutually agreed terms and conditions.
4.24.2.3.2. For new items which are beyond the scope of the BoQ, the Project
Management Agency (PMA) or any authorized official/ agency shall
validate the requirements and necessity of such new/extra items after due
diligence, based on site conditions and work contingencies.
4.24.2.3.3. The bidder shall submit in writing well in advance at least 14 days before
the Authority a statement of extra items f any that they need to initiate
during the course of project works.
4.24.2.4.
Payment Certificates:
4.24.2.4.1. The Bidder shall submit to the Authority monthly statements of the
estimated value of the work completed less the cumulative amount
certified previously.
4.24.2.4.2. The value of work executed shall be determined by the Authority.
4.24.2.4.3. The value of work executed shall comprise the value of the quantities of
the items in the Bill of Quantities completed.
4.24.2.4.4. The Authority may exclude any item certified in a previous certificate or
reduce the proportion of any item previously certified in any certificate in
the light of later information.
4.25.
Fraud and corruption
Authority requires that Bidder must observe the highest standards of ethics during the entire process
of RFP evaluation and during execution of the contract. In pursuance of this policy, APSFL defines, for
the purpose of this provision, the terms set forth as follows:
a.
“Corrupt practice” means the offering, giving, receiving or soliciting of anything of value to
influence the action of the Authority in contract executions.
b. "Fraudulent practice" means a misrepresentation of facts, in order to influence a procurement
process or the execution of a contract, to the Authority, and includes collusive practice among
bidders (prior to or after Proposal submission) designed to establish Proposal prices at artificially
high or non-competitive levels and to deprive the Authority of the benefits of free and open
competition.
c.
“Unfair trade practices” means supply of services different from what is ordered on, or change in
the Scope of Work which is given by the Authority in Part 2 of the RFP.
d. “Coercive Practices” means harming or threatening to harm, directly or indirectly, persons or
their property to influence their participation in the execution of contract.
Authority shall reject the Bid proposal for award of contract, if it determines that the Bidder
recommended for award, has been found to have been engaged in corrupt, fraudulent of unfair trade
practices. Once the contract is signed and if it is noticed that the SI has indulged into the Corrupt /
Fraudulent / Unfair / Coercive practices, it will be a sufficient ground for APSFL for termination of the
contract and initiate black-listing of the Bidder.
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4.26.
Terms and conditions of the RFP
Bidder is required to refer to the draft Master Service Agreement, attached as Annexure 6 in this RFP,
for all the terms and conditions (including project timelines) to be adhered by the Successful Bidder
during project implementation and post implementation period. Please note that one needs to read
the Master Service Agreement as a whole document; and the Annexures mentioned therein may not
correspond to the RFP Annexures. Please refer to the Interpretation Section of the Agreement
(Section 2 of draft Master Service Agreement) for reference of the Annexures.
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5. Service Level Agreement
Service Level Agreement (SLA) shall become the part of Agreement between Authority and the
Successful Bidder. SLA defines the terms of the Successful Bidder’s responsibility in ensuring the
timely delivery of the deliverables and the correctness of the same based on the agreed Performance
Indicators as detailed in this section. The Successful Bidder has to comply with Service Levels
requirements to ensure adherence to Project timelines, quality and availability of services.
The Successful Bidder has to supply software/automated tools to monitor all the SLAs mentioned
below.
Note: Penalties shall not be levied on the Successful Bidder in the following cases:

There is a Force Majeure event effecting the SLA which is beyond the control of the Successful
Bidder

The non-compliance to the SLA has been due to reasons beyond the control of the Bidder.

Theft cases by default would not be considered as "beyond the control of Bidder". However,
certain cases, based on circumstances & certain locations, Authority may agree to qualify as
"beyond the control of Bidder". Damages due to any accident / mishap shall be considered as
"beyond the control of Bidder". However, Power shut down or deliberate damage to camera or
other equipments would not be considered as "beyond the control of Bidder".
The purpose of this Service Level Agreement (hereinafter referred to as SLA) is to clearly define the
levels of service which shall be provided by the System Integrator to Authority for the duration of this
Agreement.
5.1. Definitions
For the purposes of this service level agreement, the definitions and terms are specified in the contract
along with the following terms shall have the meanings set forth below :
a.
“Uptime” shall mean the time period for the specified services / components with the specified
technical service standards are available to the user department. Uptime, in percentage, of any
component (Non IT & IT) can be calculated as:
Uptime = {1- [(Downtime) / (Total Time – Maintenance Time)]} * 100
b. “Downtime” shall mean the time period for which the specified services / components with
specified technical and service standards are not available to the user department and excludes
downtime owing to Force Majeure & Reasons beyond control of SI.
c.
“Incident” refers to any event / abnormalities in the functioning of the Services specified as part of
the Scope of Work of the Systems Integrator that may lead to disruption in normal operations of
the Surveillance System.
d. “Helpdesk Support" shall mean the 24x7x365 based support center which shall handle Fault
reporting, Trouble Ticketing and related enquiries during this contract.
e.
“Resolution Time” shall mean the time taken (after the incident has been reported at the
helpdesk), in resolving (diagnosing, troubleshooting and fixing) or escalating (to the second level
or to respective vendors, getting the confirmatory details about the same from the vendor and
conveying the same to the end user), the services related troubles during the first level escalation.
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5.2. Measurement of SLA
The SLA metrics provided specifies performance parameters as baseline performance, lower
performance and breach. All SLA calculations will be done on quarterly basis. The SLA also specifies
the liquidated damages for lower performance and breach conditions.
Payment to the Successful Bidder is linked to the compliance with the SLA metrics. The matrix
specifies three levels of performance, namely,

The Agency will get 100% of the Contracted value (Net Project Cost) if all the baseline
performance metrics are compiled and the cumulative credit points are 100

The Agency will get lesser payment in case of the lower performance. (For e.g. if SLA point
score is 80 then the SI will get 20% less on the quarterly payment)

If the performance of the Agency in respect of any parameter falls below the prescribed lower
performance limit, debit points are imposed for the breach.
The credit (+) points earned during the quarter will be considered for computing penalty. The
quarterly payment shall be made after deducting the liquidated damages as mentioned above.
The aforementioned SLA parameters shall be measured per the individual SLA parameter
requirements and measurement methods, through appropriate SLA Measurement tools to be
provided by the SI and audited by the Authority or its appointed Consultant for accuracy and
reliability.
The Authority shall also have the right to conduct, either itself or through any other agency as it may
deem fit, an audit/revision of the SLA parameters. The SLAs defined, shall be reviewed by the
Authority on an annual basis after consulting the SI, Project Management Consultants and other
experts. All the changes would be made by the Authority after consultation with the SI and might
include some corrections to reduce undue relaxation in Service levels or some corrections to avoid
unrealistic imposition of liquidated damages, which are noticed after project has gone live.
Total liquidated damages to be levied on the SI shall be capped at 10% of the Net Project Cost.
However, the Authority would have right to invoke termination of the contract in case the overall
liquidated damages equals 10% of Net Project Cost. Liquidated damages to be levied during Post
Implementation period shall be capped at 10% of the Net Project Cost. The Authority would also have
right to invoke termination of contract in case cumulative debit point (breach points) are above 30 in
2 consecutive quarters.
5.3. SLA Holiday Period, Planned Downtime
First quarter, post Go Live of the project shall be termed as holiday period for SLAs, wherein the SLAs
shall not be applicable on the SI (but it must be monitored and measured). This SLA holiday period is
only for the purpose of streamlining the operations and monitoring of the systems and processes.
Any planned application / server downtime would not be included in the calculation of application /
server availability. However, the Successful Bidder should take at least 10 days prior approval from
Authority in writing for the planned outage, which should not be for more than 30 minutes, would be
in lean period (non-movement period, like post mid-night) and limited to maximum four outages in a
year. In case of planned outages at Data Centre level, services of other Data Centre services to be used
to service the clients, while there would be no planned outages for cameras.
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5.4. Pre Implementation SLA
Timely delivery of the Scope of Work
Definition
Timely delivery of deliverables would comprise entire bill
of material and the application systems, and as per
successful UAT of the same.
Service Level
Requirement
All the deliverables defined in the contract has to be submitted Ontime on the date as mentioned in the contract with no delay.
Measurement of Service
Level Parameter
To be measured in Number of weeks of delay from the timelines
mentioned in the section “Project Timelines”
Penalty for nonachievement of SLA
Requirement
Any delay in the delivery of the project deliverables would attract a
liquidated damage per week of 0.1% of the Net Project Cost for first 2
weeks and 0.5% per week for every subsequent week. If the
liquidated damage reaches 10% of the Net Project Cost, Authority
may invoke termination clause. Liquidated damage will be computed
on Net Project Cost only.
Note: Net Project Cost is the effective cost (inclusive of all applicable
taxes, annual/recurring support charges or any other charges) of the
Project arrived after deducting the anticipated net revenue by
monetization of project infrastructure over period of contract from
the Total Project cost as offered by the Bidder.
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5.5. SLA Matrix for Post Implementation SLAs
#
Performance Area
Baseline
Lower Performance
Breach
Metric
Points
Metric
Point
s
Metric
Points
1. Camera, Video Feed Uptime and Quality
1
Uptime per camera (live feed available
irrespective of network/power/etc. issues)
98%
10
>= 96% to <98%
5
< 96%
0
2
Ratio of Live cameras v/s Total number of
cameras at any point of time (To be
measured every 1 hour) #
97%
5
>= 93% to <97 %
2.5
< 93%
0
3
At Amaravati Command Centre : Live
camera feed available from selected cameras
for viewing) at any given time
98%
4
>= 96% to <98%
2
< 96%
0
4
At Traffic Command Centre: Live
camera feed available from set of Trafficcameras at any time
98%
3
>= 96% to <98%
1.5
< 96%
0
5
At District/Commissionerate level
Command & Control Center: Live
camera feed available from respective
district jurisdiction cameras at any time
98%
7
>= 96% to <98%
3.5
< 96%
0
6
At State level Viewing Centres : Live
camera feed available from respective
district jurisdiction cameras at any time
97%
7
>= 94% to <97%
3.5
< 94%
0
7
Quality of Video feeds (Bad feeds due to
Video Jitter, dim, blurred, unfocused,
obstructed, non-aligned feeds)
99%
5
>= 97% to < 99%
2.5
< 97%
0
8
Average Frame rate maintained for viewing
88%
4
80.01 to 88 %
2
Less than 80%
0
9
Average Frame
recording
95%
4
90 to 95 %
2
Less than 90%
0
rate
maintained
for
#
Performance Area
Baseline
Metric
Lower Performance
Points
Metric
Breach
Point
s
Metric
Points
1.50
< 96.5 %
0
2. Application Performance (includes any user/system application related to the project)
1
Overall application(s) availability
99%
3.0
>= 96.5 % to <99%
2
Maximum time for Surveillance Application(s) opening, this includes any application deployed for the project
2a
At Central Command & Control Center
<5 secs
1.0
5.01 - 10.0 secs
0.50
> 10 secs
0
2b
At District Command & Control Center
&other Viewing Centers
< 8 Secs
1.0
8.01 - 12 Sec
0.50
> 12 secs
0
3
Maximum time for User Login
3a
At Central Command & Control Center
< 2 sec
0.5
2.01 - 4.0 secs
0.25
> 4 sec
0
3b
At District Command & Control Center
&other Viewing Centers
< 4 sec
0.5
4.01 - 7.0 secs
0.25
>7 secs
0
4
Menu Navigation, Window/Screen Opening, Screen Navigation (Average)
4a
At Central Command & Control Center
<2 sec
0.5
2.01 - 5.0 secs
0.25
>5 secs
0
4b
At District Command & Control Center
&other Viewing Centers
<4 secs
0.5
4.01 - 7.0 secs
0.25
>6 secs
0
5
Change of Screen from one camera Source to another
5a
At Central Command & Control Center
<2 sec
0.5
2.01 - 6.0 secs
0.25
>6 secs
0
5b
At District Command & Control Center &
other Viewing Centers
<4 secs
0.5
4.01 - 7.0 secs
0.25
>7 secs
0
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#
6
7
Performance Area
Video Feed Query Retrieval Response
Time
Reports Generation Response Time
(Alerts/MIS/Logs etc.)
Baseline
Lower Performance
Breach
Metric
Points
Metric
Point
s
Metric
Points
Simple query <5secs
Medium complexity
query - < 10 secs
High Complexity
query - < 15secs
1
Simple Complexity
Query: 5.01-10 secs
0.5
Simple Complexity
Query: > 10 secs
0
Simple query - <
5secs
1
Medium Complexity
Query: 10.01-15 secs
High Complexity
Query: 15.01-20 secs
Medium complexity
query - <30 secs
Simple complexity
Query = 5.01 - 10 secs
Medium complexity
query = 30.01 - 60
secs
High Complexity
query - < 1min
High Complexity query
= < 60.1 sec - 2 min
Medium Complexity
Query: > 15 secs
High Complexity
Query: > 20 secs
0.5
Simple complexity
Query = > 10 secs
0
Medium complexity
query = > 60 secs
High Complexity query
= > 2 min
8
PTZ
Lag
time
(movement
at
keyboard/joystick
keyboard
and
actual moving indication through
video feed viewed
< 2 sec
1
2.01 - 4.0 secs
0.5
>4 secs
0
9
Maximum time for successful camera
settings modification
< 4 secs
0.5
4.01 - 6.0 secs
0.25
>6 secs
0
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#
Performance Area
Baseline
Lower Performance
Breach
Metric
Points
Metric
Point
s
Metric
Points
3. Video Analytics Performance
1
ANPR for Standard Roman Number
plates (3 wheelers & above)
80%
1
79.99% to 70%
0.5
< 70 %
0
2
ANPR for Non-Standard Roman
Number plates (3 wheelers & above)
50%
0.5
49.99% to 40%
0.25
< 40 %
0
3
ANPR for Standard Roman Number
plates (2 wheelers)
70%
0.3
69.99% to 60%
0.15
< 60 %
0
4
ANPR for Non-Standard
Number plates (2 wheelers)
Roman
50%
0.2
49.99% to 40%
0.1
< 40%
0
5
Any other analytics (SLA detailing to
be defined in discussion with
Successful Bidder)
80%
1
79.99% to 70%
0.5
< 70%
0
4. Mobile Command Center Van and GPS-Enabled vehicles
1
VSAT Link uptime for the Mobile
Command Center Vans, Data Centers
& Command Centers
99.50%
2
>= 97 % to <99.5%
1
< 97 %
0
2
Uptime of GPS-tracked vehicles /
Vans at central command center (in
GIS application) including uptime of
GPS-tracking unit
99.50%
2
>= 97 % to <99.5%
1
< 97 %
0
3
Availability (road worthiness) of the
Mobile Van
99.50%
1
>= 97 % to <99.5%
0.5
< 97 %
0
99%
3
>= 96 % to <99%
2
< 96 %
0
99%
1
>= 96 % to <99%
0.5
< 96 %
0
5. End-User Equipment Uptime
1
Monitoring
workstations
Command Centers
2
Video walls
at
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#
Performance Area
Baseline
Lower Performance
Breach
Metric
Points
Metric
Point
s
Metric
Points
3
IP Phones
98%
1
>= 96 % to <98%
0.5
< 96 %
0
4
Monitoring workstations at Viewing
Stations and mobile Vans
95%
1
>= 90 % to <95 %
0.5
< 90 %
0
5
TV/Display
screens
at
District/Commissionerate
level
Command and Control Center, State
level Viewing Centers and Mobile
Command Center
95%
1
>= 90 % to <95 %
0.5
< 90 %
0
6. Underlying IT Infrastructure Uptime/Availability at Data Centers
1
Production Servers Uptime
99.95%
5
>= 99.5 % to <99.94%
3
< 99.5%
0
2
Storage System Uptime
99.95%
4
>= 99.5 % to <99.94%
2.0
< 99.5%
0
3
Fire
detection
system uptime
100%
1
>=99.95% to 100%
0.5
<99.95%
0
4
Physical Security
Fully compliant
1
Lacunae shown in
compliance
procedures
0.5
For every Noncompliance instance
0
5
CCTV surveillance of data center area
100%
1
98%-100%
0.5
< 98%
0
100%
1
97 % to 99.99%
0.5
< 97%
0
and
suppression
7. Security /Patch Services for IT Infrastructure
1
Firewall and any
appliance Uptime
other
security
2
Security rules update within 2 hours
of approved change management
request
0 violations of
service parameters
0.5
1 – 4 violations
0.25
> 4 violations
0
3
Anti-virus, Anti-spyware, Anti-spam
updates within 24 hrs. of request
0 violations of
service parameters
0.5
1 – 4 violations
0.25
> 4 violations
0
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#
Performance Area
Baseline
Lower Performance
Breach
Metric
Points
Metric
Point
s
Metric
Points
4
Critical Patches – within 48 hours of
patch release.
0 violations of
service parameters
0.5
1 – 4 violations
0.25
> 4 violations
0
5
Non Critical Patches - within 15 days
of patch release.
Up-to 1 violations of
service parameters
0.5
2 – 5 violations
0.25
> 5 violations
0
<= 10 secs
0.5
10 to 14 secs
0.25
> 14 sec
0
0 – 0.1
1
0.1 - 2.00%
0.5
>2%
0
8. Technical Helpdesk, Trouble Ticketing, Issue Resolution
1
Average Speed of Answer
2
Average Call Lost Rate
3
Resolution of Critical Issue (that
impacts more than one production
services & higher management( call)
60 minutes
1.5
60.01 to 75 min
0.75
> 75 min
0
4
Resolution of Medium Level Issue
(that does not impact production
services)
120 minutes
1
120.01 to 240 min
0.5
> 240 min
0
5
Resolution
of
low
level
Issue
(upgrade, shifting and preventive
maintenance
(of
non-production
items))
2 days
1
>2 to 3 days
0.5
> 3 days
0
Total Score
100
50
# Live cameras should be discovered every hour, by a probe sent to all cameras from Data Center
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0
5.5.1. General Instructions related to SLAs mentioned
above

Theft cases by default would not be considered as "beyond the control of Bidder". However,
certain cases, based on circumstances & certain locations, police may agree to qualify as
"beyond the control of Bidder".

Power shut down would not be considered as "beyond the control of Bidder".

Damages due to Road Accident / Mishap shall be considered as "beyond the control of
Bidder".

Deliberate damage to camera / Pole would not be considered as "beyond the control of
Bidder"

Bidder is advised to have stronger poles & proper housing to protect from such damages.

Bidder is also required to note that in case of SLAs not being made applicable for cases
considered as "beyond the control of bidders", Bidder would be still need to replace the
component (if it is not functional as per SLA) within the SLA defined for Resolution of Critical
Level / Medium Level / Low level issues. In case bidder doesn't adhere to the Issue Resolution
SLA timelines, the original SLA shall be made applicable.
5.5.2. Security Breach SLA
Note – This SLA for Security Breach is applicable over and above the SLAs mentioned in above table.
Security of the video feeds and the overall system is quite important and
Successful Bidder shall be required to ensure no compromise is done on the
same. Security Breach types considered for this SLA are–
Definition

Availability of Video feeds to any other user than those authorized by
APSFL or the AP Police Dept., and provided passwords

Availability of any report / data to any other user than those
authorized by the Police Dept., and provided passwords

Successful hacking of any active component on the network by any
unauthorized user

Or any other privacy rule is broken as per Govt. of India guidelines
Service Level
Requirement
Security compliance of the system should be 100%
Measurement of
Level Service
Parameter
Any reported security breach shall be logged into the SLA Management
solution as a security breach
Penalty for nonachievement of
SLA Requirement
For every security breach reported and proved, there shall be a penalty of
INR 200,000/-.
5.5.3. Breach in supply of Technical Manpower
Note – This SLA for supply of Technical Manpower is applicable over and above the SLAs mentioned
in the above table.
Definition
Bidder is required to propose the details of the required technical manpower (as
mentioned in Scope of work Section). It is vital that such manpower is available
to Authority and performs to the expected levels. The current SLA breach shall
specify penalty amount for non-availability of these man-power.
Service Level
Requirement
Availability of the required man-power should be 100%
Following instances would be considered as SLA non-compliances:
Measurement
of Service
Level
Parameter
Penalty for
nonachievement of
SLA
Requirement

Replacement of a profile by the Bidder (only one replacement per profile
would be permitted per year)

Non-deployment of the profile for more than 1 month. Authority reserves
the right to ask SI to replace the profile if the performance / commitment
are not up to the mark
Note: Replacement due to reasons not in control of SI (like resignation of
the resource, accident, etc.) would not be counted in the permissible 1
replacement.
For every SLA non-compliance reported and proved, there shall be a penalty of
INR 100,000/-.
5.5.4. Explanation Notes for SLA Matrix
A) Camera Availability
Definition
“Camera Availability” means availability of the camera feed to the Command
Centers/Viewing centres.
Measurement of
Service level
Parameter
[(Total average Uptime of all the Cameras in a quarter)/(Total Time in a
quarter)]*100
B) Application Availability
Definition
Application availability refers to the total time when the Application is
available to the users for performing all activities and tasks.
Measurement of
Service level
Parameter
[(Total Uptime of the Application in a quarter) / (Total Time in a
quarter)]*100
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C) Quality of feed
Definition
“Poor quality video feed” means blurred, jiggered, dim or unclear video.
Camera Feed Error Resolution time is the time taken to improve the feed to
satisfactory levels after it has been detected & logged by the Surveillance
System / administrative officials. Logging of such calls would be through
helpdesk system.
Service Level
Requirement
The average availability of the quality of feed should be at 99.94%. This
period is excluding the period of unavailability of camera. (i.e. the camera
video quality would be judged for the period it’s available).
Measurement of
Service level
Parameter
[(Total average Uptime of all the Cameras in a quarter – Total time logged
for poor quality video feed) / (Total average Uptime of all the Cameras in a
quarter)]*100
D) Issue Resolution
Explanation
Issue Resolution SLA shall monitor the time taken to resolve a complaint /
query after it has been reported by APSFL to the Successful Bidder.
Different Issues/Queries shall be classified as in following three categories
as defined above.
Service Level
Requirement
Critical : Issue that impacts more than one production services / is raised
by higher management / is impacting high importance areas
Medium: Issue that doesn’t impact more than one production services but
has a potential to impact or may get escalated to top management if not
resolved quickly
Low: Upgrades, shifting, preventive maintenance. Issues which don’t have
impact on services.
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6. Annexure 1 –
Qualification Bid
Formats
for
Pre-
6.1. Indicative Check-list for the Documents to be included
in the Pre-Qualification Bid
#
Documents to be submitted
Submitted
(Y / N)
1.
Bid Cover Letter and Particulars of organizations
2.
Power of attorney / board
authorized Signatory of the Bid
3.
Consortium agreement (if applicable)
4.
E.M.D. of INR 5,00,00,000/-
5.
Bid processing fee of INR 1,00,000/-
6.
Particulars of the bidders (in the Format given in
Section 6.3 & 6.4)
7.
Copy of Certificate(s) of Incorporation
8.
Certificate(s) from the statutory auditor towards overall
average Turnover of the entity/entities in last 3 financial
years as on 31/03/2016
9.
Certificate(s) from the statutory auditor towards total
Turnover of the entity/entities exclusively from IP based
CCTV Surveillance related business in last 3 financial
years as on 31/03/2016
10.
Certified copies of valid PAN documents
11.
Copy of Sales Tax / VAT registration
12.
Proof for Project Citations on experience of executing
Govt. projects in IP based CCTV Surveillance related
business having a min. value of INR 10 Cr each (copy of
work order, certification(s) from end client)
13.
Self-declaration by the Bidder and each member of
consortium (if applicable) duly signed by the authorized
signatory confirming they have not been blacklisted by
any Govt. department or any PSU in India as on the date
of bid submission.
resolution
to
Documentary
Proof (Page No.)
the
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6.2. Bid Cover Letter
(To be submitted on the letterhead of the Bidder)
To
The Executive Director – Technical,
Andhra Pradesh State FiberNet Limited,
Plot No.5, 6, 15 & 16, 1st Floor, KKR Square.
Kavuri Hills, Madhapur, Hyderabad - 500033
Contact No: 040 2339 1165
Subject: Selection of an Agency for Design, Implementation and Management of Cloud based IP
CCTV Surveillance System in AP
Ref: RFP No: APSFL/Surveillance Cloud/89/2016, Dated: 21/12/2016
Sir/ Madam,
Having examined the RFP, the receipt of which is hereby duly acknowledged, we, the undersigned,
offer to provide the professional services as required and outlined in the RFP for the Selection of an
Agency for Design, Implementation and Management of Cloud based IP CCTV Surveillance System in
AP covering areas of all the thirteen districts in Andhra Pradesh.
We attach here to our responses to pre-qualification requirements, Technical and Price Bids as
required by the RFP. We confirm that the information contained in these responses or any part
thereof, including the exhibits, and other documents and instruments delivered or to be delivered
APSFL is true, accurate, verifiable and complete. This response includes all information necessary to
ensure that the statements therein do not in whole or in part mislead the department in its shortlisting process.
We fully understand and agree to comply that on verification, if any of the information provided here
is found to be misleading the selection process, we are liable to be dismissed from the selection
process or termination of the contract during the project, if selected to do so.
We agree for unconditional acceptance of all the terms and conditions set out in the RFP Document
and also agree to abide by this RFP response for a period of 180 days from the date fixed for bid
opening. We hereby declare that in case the contract is awarded to us, we shall submit the contract
performance guarantee bond in the form prescribed in the RFP.
We agree that you are not bound to accept any RFP response you may receive. We also agree that you
reserve the right in absolute sense to reject all or any of the bids and also all or any of the products/
services specified in the RFP response.
It is hereby confirmed that I/We are entitled to act on behalf of our company/ corporation/ firm/
organization and empowered to sign this document as well as such other documents, which may be
required in this connection.
Dated this
(Signature)
Day of
2016
(In the capacity of)
(Name)
Duly authorized to sign the RFP response for and on behalf of:
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(Name and Address of Company) seal/stamp of Bidder
Witness Signature:
Witness Name:
Witness Address:
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6.3. Particulars of the bidders
#
Details (to be filled by
the bidder)
Description
1.
Name of the company
2.
Title of the Project
3.
State whether applying as Sole Firm or Lead member of a
consortium
4.
Official address
5.
Phone No. and Fax No.
6.
Corporate Headquarters Address
7.
Phone No. and Fax No.
8.
Web Site Address
9.
Details of Company’s Registration (Please enclose copy of
the company registration document)
10.
Name of Registration Authority
11.
Registration Number and Year of Registration
12.
Quality Certificates (ISO 9001/SEI CMMI) and its validity
13.
CST/LST/VAT registration No.
14.
Service Tax Registration No.
15.
Permanent Account Number (PAN)
16.
Company’s Revenue for last 3 years (Year wise)
17.
Company’s Profitability for the last 3 years (Year wise)
If Lead Member, state the following details of other
member firms:
18.
i)
Name of firm:
ii) Details of Company’s Registration
iii) Official address and principal place of business
Note : Consortium members have to provide their organization details in the Format
6.4 and 6.5. Please submit the relevant proofs for all the details mentioned above along
with your Bid response.
Details
Authorized Signatory
Secondary Contact
Name
Title
Company Address
Phone /Fax
Mobile
Email
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6.4. Format to share Organizational Profiles (Consortium
Members)
#
Description
Details (to be filled by
the responder to the
RFP )
1
Name of the company
2
Official address
3
Phone No. and Fax No.
4
Corporate Headquarters Address
5
Phone No. and Fax No.
6
Web Site Address
7
Details of Company’s Registration (Please enclose copy of the
company registration document)
8
Name of Registration Authority
9
Registration Number and Year of Registration
10
Quality Certificates (ISO 9001/SEI CMMI) and its validity
11
CST/LST/VAT registration No.
12
Service Tax Registration No.
13
Permanent Account Number (PAN)
14
Company’s Revenue for last 3 years (Financial Year wise)
15
Company’s Profitability for the last 3 years (Financial Year
wise)
Please submit the relevant proofs for all the details mentioned above along with your
Bid response.
Contact Details of officials for future correspondence regarding the bid process:
Details
Authorized Signatory
Secondary Contact
Name
Title
Company Address
Phone
Mobile
Fax
E-mail
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6.5. Formats to share Bidder and Consortium member details
Name of the
Bidder/Consortium
member
FY 2013-14
Overall turnover (in INR
crores)
Financial Capability
* List the Projects
considered for IP based
CCTV surveillance
systems related business
turnover for the last 3
years
FY 2014-15
FY 2015-16
Turnover exclusively from IP
based CCTV surveillance
systems related business (in
INR crores) #
FY 2013-14
FY 2014-15
FY 2015-16
1
2
3…
# Submit Certification from statutory auditor as proof for the overall Turnover and also Turnover
exclusively from IP based CCTV surveillance systems related business for the last three financial years;
FY 2013-14, FY 2014-15, FY 2015-16.
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6.6.
Format for Power of Attorney for signing the
Application & Bid
(On INR 100.00 Non judicial Stamp Paper and duly notarised)
KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS,
We _____________________________________________ (name of the firm and address of
the registered office) do hereby irrevocably constitute, nominate, appoint and authorize Mr./ Ms.
(name),_________________________________ son/daughter/wife of and presently residing
at _____________________________, who is presently employed with us and holding the
position of ____________________________, as our true and lawful attorney (hereinafter
referred to as the “Attorney”) to do in our name and on our behalf, all such acts, deeds and things as
are necessary or required in connection with or incidental to submission of our application for
qualification and submission of our bid for the Project proposed by the ___________________
(the “APSFL”) including but not limited to signing and submission of all applications, bids and other
documents and writings, participate in pre-applications and other conferences and providing
information/ responses to the APSFL, representing us in all matters before the APSFL, signing and
execution of all contracts including the Agreement and undertakings consequent to acceptance of our
bid, and generally dealing with the APSFL in all matters in connection with or relating to or arising out
of our bid for the said Project and/ or upon award thereof to us and/or till the entering into of the
Agreement with the APSFL.
AND we hereby agree to ratify and confirm and do hereby ratify and confirm all acts, deeds and things
done or caused to be done by our said Attorney pursuant to and in exercise of the powers conferred by
this Power of Attorney and that all acts, deeds and things done by our said Attorney in exercise of the
powers hereby conferred shall and shall always be deemed to have been done by us.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF WE, _____________________________, THE ABOVE NAMED
PRINCIPAL HAVE EXECUTED THIS POWER OF ATTORNEY ON THIS DAY OF_______.
For ____________________________
(Signature, name, designation and address)
Witnesses:
1. (Notarized)
2.
Accepted
(Signature, Name, Title and Address of the Attorney)
Notes:

The mode of execution of the Power of Attorney should be in accordance with the procedure, if any,
laid down by the applicable law and the charter documents of the executant(s) and when it is so
required, the same should be under common seal affixed in accordance with the required procedure.

Wherever required, the Bidder should submit for verification the extract of the charter documents
and documents such as a board or shareholders’ resolution/ power of attorney in favour of the
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person executing this Power of Attorney for the delegation of power hereunder on behalf of the
Bidder.

In case the Application is signed by an authorized Director / Partner or Proprietor of the Bidder, a
certified copy of the appropriate board resolution / document conveying such authorization to APSFL
may be enclosed in lieu of the Power of Attorney.
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6.7. Summary
of
Response
to
the
Pre-Qualification
requirements (to be enclosed with Pre-qualification bid)
Summary of response to the Pre-Qualification requirements specified in the RFP is given below:
Sl.
No
Criteria [Bidders are expected to keep the
relevant parts only as applicable]
In case
Bidder
1
2
of
Single
4
c.
LEGAL ENTITY
LEGAL ENTITY
The Bidder should be b.
a
Company registered in
India under the Indian
Companies Act 1956 /
2013 existing for the past
3 years as on 31/03/2016
Only 3 members are
allowed as part of the
Consortium
(including
lead
member).
All
members
should
be
registered in India under
the Indian Companies Act
1956 / 2013 existing for
the past 3 years as on
31/03/2016. One of the
members
shall
be
designated as the Lead
member.
VAT,
SERVICE
REGISTRATION
VAT,
SERVICE
REGISTRATION
TAX
The bidder should have
valid Service tax and VAT
registration in India
3
In case of Consortium
Bidding
TAX
Lead member should
have valid Service tax and
VAT registration in India.
POWER OF ATTORNEY
/ BOARD RESOLUTION
POWER OF ATTORNEY
/ BOARD RESOLUTION
The bidder should submit
an authorization letter for
authorizing the tender
signing authority for
signing and submission of
the tender.
The bidders should
submit an authorization
letter for authorizing the
tender signing authority
i.e., Lead Member for
signing and submission of
the tender.
EXPERIENCE
EXPERIENCE
h. Experience of executing i.
min. 3 govt. projects
(Central/State Govt./any
Govt. PSU/Local Bodies)
in IP based CCTV
Surveillance systems
domain having minimum
project value of Rs.10
crores each since
01/01/2010.
j.
k.
Experience of executing
min. 3 govt. projects
(Central/State Govt./any
Govt. PSU/Local Bodies)
in IP based CCTV
Surveillance systems
domain having minimum
project value of Rs.10
crores each since
01/01/2010.
Reference to the Bid Document
[Mention the page number range
here providing reference to the
detailed response in PreQualification bid document]
[Mention the page number range
here providing reference to the
detailed response in PreQualification bid document]
[Mention the page number range
here providing reference to the
detailed response in PreQualification bid document]
[Mention the page number range
here providing reference to the
detailed response in PreQualification bid document]
In case of Consortium the
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combined experience of
all members will be
considered.
5
FINANCIAL
CAPABILITY
FINANCIAL
CAPABILITY
i) The Bidder should have
overall average annual
turnover of at least
Rs.500 Cr in last 3
financial years as on
31/03/2016.
i) The Bidder should have
overall average annual
turnover of at least
Rs.500 Cr. The sum of the
average annual turnovers
of all the consortium
members will be
considered. However the
lead member shall
necessarily have an
overall average annual
turnover of at least 300
Cr in last 3 financial
years. as on 31/03/2016
ii) Out of the total
turnover as stated above,
the bidder should have
min. total turnover of
Rs.60 Cr from IP based
CCTV Surveillance
systems related projects
in last three FYs as on
31/03/2016.
6
[Mention the page number range
here providing reference to the
detailed response in PreQualification bid document]
ii) Out of the total
turnover as stated above,
the bidder (inclusive of all
the consortium members)
should have min. total
turnover of Rs.60 Cr from
IP based CCTV
Surveillance systems
related projects in last
three FYs as on
31/03/2016.
NON-BLACKLISTING
NON-BLACKLISTING
The Bidder should not
have been blacklisted by
any Government (Central
/
State
/
PSU)
Organization in India as
on the date of bid
Submission
Any of the Consortium
members should not have
been blacklisted by any
Government (Central /
State
/
PSU)
Organization in India as
on the date of bid
Submission
[Mention the page number range
here providing reference to the
detailed response in PreQualification bid document]
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7. Annexure 2 – Formats of Technical Bid
7.1. General Instructions for the Technical Bid
Bidders have to submit a very structured and organized Technical Bid, which will be analysed by the
Technical/Evaluation Committee for different compliances with regards to the requirements of the
project. Since the Price Bid shall be opened for only those bidders who qualify the minimum criteria for
technical bid evaluation, the quality and completeness of the information submitted by the Bidder will
matter a lot while finalizing the technical scores.
Bidder is expected to divide its proposal in following five Sections / Documents:
A. Bidder’s Competence to execute the project
This document should bring about the capability of the firm to execute this project. Some of the
required documents are as follows:

Financial Capability of the Bidder in required Formats and supporting documents;

Experience of Bidder in Executing Surveillance Projects in required Formats and supporting
documents;

Details of IT, Surveillance Domain Manpower in the firm;

Other parameters as required
B. Proposed Team for the Project
As specified in the Technical Bid Evaluation Framework, APSFL would like to give lot of importance on
the right people proposed for the project. Bidder may propose different people for different skill-sets
required & different responsibilities (during Design, Project Implementation & Post-Implementation).
Following documentation is expected in this section:

Overall Project Team (for Design, Project Implementation & Maintenance phases)

Escalation Chart for the entire Project Duration

Summary Table giving Qualification, Experiences, Certifications, Relevance

Detail of the proposed resources in the Format attached
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C. Technical Solution Proposed for the Project
Broad areas to be covered in the Technical Solution documentation are given below:
1.
Describe the proposed Technical Solution in a structured manner. Following points should be
captured in the same:
i.
Clear articulation and description of the design and technical solution and various components
including make of equipment or sizing of infrastructure (including diagrams and calculations
wherever applicable)
a. Reasoning for selection of the proposed technology over other options.
b. Extent of compliance to technical requirements specified in the scope of work
c. Technical Design and clear articulation of benefits to Police Department of various
components of the solution vis-à-vis other options available.
d. Strength of the Bidder to provide services including examples or case-studies of similar
solutions deployed for other clients
ii.
The overall technical solution should be structured in following sub-sections, which are being
evaluated by Technical Committee for technical scores:
a. Surveillance Equipment
b. Last Mile Connectivity & Collaborative Monitoring
c. Other IT Infrastructure (should cover Data Center Infrastructure including Storage,
Vehicle
Tracking System, Mobile Vans and User lever Infrastructure like Video Walls,
TVs, etc.)
d. Application Portfolio (e.g. VMS, C4I, ANPR, etc.)
e. Picture Intelligence Unit
f. External System Integrations and other systems as mentioned in the scope of work.
2. Provide detailed approach and methodology for Pre-Implementation, Implementation & PostImplementation periods.
3. Clearly articulate the Strategy and Approach & Methodology for installation, Configuration &
Operationalization of all the key components of the project
4. Approach & Methodology for Management of SLA Requirements specified in the RFP. Bidder is
required to clearly articulate how each of the SLA requirements would be adhered in a table
Format as per the example given below :
#
Performance Area
Baseline
Performance
Synopsis of the solution
specifically meant to address
the corresponding SLA
requirement
1. Camera, Video Feed Uptime and Quality
Uptime per camera (live feed
1 available
irrespective
of 98%
network/power/etc. issues)
Ratio of Live cameras v/s Total
2 number of cameras at any point of 97%
time (To be measured every 1 hour) #
<include all SLAs specified in the
RFP >
5.
Insight on Implementation of different Best Practices like ITIL, BS7799, Security Policy, etc.
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6. Strategy to cater to specific requirements of this Surveillance project like Picture Intelligence
Unit, Integration with Community Surveillance, CCTNS, other IT systems, other dept. eGovernance initiatives etc.
7.
Detailed Project Plan with timelines, resource allocation, milestones etc. in for supply,
installation and commissioning of the physical and IT components for the Surveillance project.
D. Compliance Table to the IT / Non- IT Components
The RFP (Part 2) has specified the benchmark / minimum specifications for various components.
Bidder is expected to give a comprehensive compliance sheet for the equipment / software proposed by
them. The Format to be used for this compliance matrix is as given in Format 7.5.
All above mentioned documents shall have an index page with page numbers specified
for all the key information / headers. (Not applicable for last document type).
IMPORTANT NOTE: The Bidders shall submit the Technical Solution Proposed and compliance to
the min. specifications for IT/non-IT components for the Project as detailed under Section 7.1. The
Bids submitted without these documents are liable to be rejected. The Technical/Evaluation
Committee’s decision shall be final and binding on all.
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7.2. Format for Sharing Financial Capability of Bidder
#Certificate from the statutory auditor stating the following:
Sub Criteria
FY
Criteria
Total
Financ
ials (in
case of
Sole
Bidder
)
Financial details of Bidder in case of consortium. Mention
financial details for each member as applicable
Lead
member/mem
ber 1
member 2
FY 2013-14
Overall turnover (in INR
crores)#
Financial
Capability
FY 2014-15
FY 2015-16
Turnover exclusively
from IP based CCTV
Surveillance projects (in
INR crores) #
FY 2013-14
FY 2014-15
FY 2015-16
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member 3
Total of
financials
(considering
all members
of the
consortium)
7.3. Format for submitting details on experience of Bidder (in case of Consortium please provide
the details of lead member and other members separately)
7.3.1. Format for submitting details on experience of executing government projects in IP
based CCTV Surveillance systems domain having minimum value of project as 10
crores each since 01/01/2010
(In case of Consortium please provide the details of lead member and other members separately)
Sl. no.
l.
m.
n.
o.
p.
Project Name(s),
Location and brief
details about Project
Scope
Client Name(s)
Start-date
& Enddate
Project
Value(s)
1.
2.
3.
...
…
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Supporting
Document(s)
Certifications from
client(s)
(Completion/appreciation
etc.)
7.3.2. Format for submitting details on experience of implementing traffic management
system (which shall include RLVD/ANPR/e-challan features) since 01/01/2010
(In case of Consortium please provide the details of lead member and other members separately)
Sl. no.
q.
r.
s.
t.
u.
Project Name(s),
Location and brief
details about Project
Scope
Client Name(s)
Start-date
& Enddate
Project
Value(s)
1.
2.
3.
...
…
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Supporting
Document(s)
Certifications from
client(s)
(Completion/appreciation
etc.)
7.3.3. Format for submitting details on setting up Command and Control Centers (CCCs)
with a project cost of at least INR 1 Cr in each case since 01/01/2010
(In case of Consortium please provide the details of lead member and other members separately)
Sl. no.
v.
w.
x.
y.
z.
Project Name(s),
Location and brief
details about Project
Scope
Client Name(s)
Start-date
& Enddate
Project
Value(s)
1.
2.
3.
...
…
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Supporting
Document(s)
Certifications from
client(s)
(Completion/appreciation
etc.)
7.3.4. Format for submitting details on experience of setting up tier 3 or above level data
centers with a project cost of at least INR 5 Cr in each case since 01/01/2010.
(In case of Consortium please provide the details of lead member and other members separately)
Sl. no.
aa.
bb.
cc.
dd.
ee.
Project Name(s),
Location and brief
details about Project
Scope
Client Name(s)
Start-date
& Enddate
Project
Value(s)
1.
2.
3.
...
…
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Supporting
Document(s)
Certifications from
client(s)
(Completion/appreciation
etc.)
7.4. Format for sharing details of the Resources/Personnel to be deployed in this Project
Criteria
Sl.N
o
Names of
the
resources/
personnel
Propo
sed
Role
Educational
Qualification
s
Relevant
Certification
s (if any)
Total
Experience
(In Years)
Experience
related to IP
based CCTV
Surveillance
projects
(In Years)
Design
1
2
.
N
Implementatio
n and O&M
1
2
.
N
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Please
mention
names of 2
relevant
projects
handled
Sign
atur
e of
the
reso
urce
7.5. Format for specifying Compliance to the benchmark /
minimum Specifications
Bidder is required to submit compliance to the required benchmark / minimum specifications for
various IT / Non-IT components as detailed below.
i) Cameras ii) Active network equipment iii) Servers (compute/storage) iv) Workstations v) Video wall
vi) UPS vii) Video management Software viii) Video Analytics software and ix) Command and Control
application with relevant features
This compliance would be need in two Formats – 1) Summary table given below for all the items, 2)
Compliance tables for each of the line item against the benchmark specifications specified in the RFP
(Part 2)
1) Summary Table of the Compliance of Requirements
#
Component
1.
.............
2.
.............
3.
.............
Description
OEM
Make &
Model
Compliance to
Required
Specifications?
(Yes / No)
2) Detailed compliance tables for each of the above mentioned items
against the benchmark specifications specified in the RFP (Part 2)
Name of the Equipment:
#
Parameter
1.
.............
2.
.............
3.
.............
Minimum Specification /
Requirement mentioned in the
RFP
Compliance
(Yes / No)
Remarks
(If compliance is
No) – state
clearly if the
deviation is
having a +ve or –
ve impact
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7.6. Format for Authorization Letters from OEMs
Date: dd/mm/yyyy
To
The Executive Director – Technical,
Andhra Pradesh State FiberNet Limited,
Plot No.5,6,15&16, 1st Floor, KKR Square.
Kavuri Hills, Madhapur, Hyderabad - 500033
Contact No: 040 2339 1165
Subject: Authorization Letter to M/s. -------------- for the participation in the Bid for Selection of an
Agency for Design, Implementation and Management of Cloud based IP CCTV Surveillance System in
AP
Ref: RFP No: APSFL/Surveillance Cloud/89/2016 Dated: 21/12/2016
Sir,
We _______________________, (name and address of the manufacturer) who are established
and
reputed
manufacturers
of
__________________
having
factories
at
__________________ (addresses of manufacturing / development locations) do hereby authorize
M/s _______________________ (name and address of the Bidder) to bid, negotiate and
conclude the contract with you against the above mentioned RFP for the above equipment / software
manufactured / developed by us.
We herewith certify that the above mentioned equipment / software products will be supplied to
M/s________________ [name of the bidder] as part of the subject project and we hereby
undertake to support these equipment / software for the duration of minimum 7.5 years from the date
of entering into the agreement.
Yours faithfully,
For and on behalf of M/s __________________________(Name of the manufacturer)
Signature :
Name :
Designation :
Address :
Date :
Note:
1) This letter of authority should be on the letterhead of the concerned manufacturer and should be
signed by an authorized signatory of the manufacturer. The same would need to be submitted by
the Bidder as a part of Technical Bid.
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2) The letters from OEMs shall be submitted for the major components of hardware/software such
as i) Cameras ii) Active network equipment iii) Servers (compute/storage) iv) Workstations v)
Video wall vi) UPS vii) Video management Software viii) Video Analytics software and ix)
Command and Control application with relevant features.
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7.7. Summary of Response to the Technical requirements (to
be enclosed with Technical bid)
Summary of response to the Technical requirements specified in the RFP is given below:
Sl.
No
1
Parameter
FINANCIAL CAPACITY
(OVERALL)
Average Annual Turnover in the last 3
financial years (i.e. FY 13-14, 14-15 and
15-16). In case of Consortium, the
combined average annual turnover of
all members will be considered.
2
FINANCIAL CAPACITY
(EXCLUSIVELY FROM IP BASED
CCTV SURVEILLANCE
BUSINESS)
Response
by the
Bidder
Reference to the Bid
Document
[Mention the page number range
here providing reference to the
detailed response in PreQualification bid document]
[Mention the page number range
here providing reference to the
detailed response in PreQualification bid document]
Total Annual Turnover exclusively
from projects related to IP based
CCTV Surveillance systems business in
last 3 financial years (i.e. FY 13-14, 1415 and 15-16).
In case of Consortium, the combined
exclusive annual turnovers of all
members will be considered.
3
EXPERIENCE OF THE BIDDER
WITH GOVT. IN RELATED
PROJECTS
ff. Experience of executing government
projects in IP based CCTV Surveillance
systems domain having minimum
value of project as 10 crores each since
01/01/2010.
gg.
hh. In case of Consortium, the combined
experience of all members will be
considered.
4
MANPOWER
Manpower/Resources to be deployed
for Design, Implementation and O&M
of this Project


[Mention the page number range
here providing reference to the
detailed response in PreQualification bid document]
[Mention the page number range
here providing reference to the
detailed response in PreQualification bid document]
All resources to have a min. of
3 years of relevant experience
At least 1 relevant project
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
5
should have been
implemented by each
proposed resource
Each proposed resource has to
be exclusive and should not be
part of any other criteria. e.g.
A resource proposed for
design cannot be proposed as
implementation resource.
EXPERIENCE OF
IMPLEMENTING TRAFFIC
MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
(WHICH SHALL INCLUDE
RLVD, ANPR AND E-CHALLAN
FEATURES) since 01/01/2010.
[Mention the page number range
here providing reference to the
detailed response in PreQualification bid document]
In case of consortium, the combined
experience of all the members will be
taken into consideration.
6
EXPERIENCE OF SETTING UP
COMMAND AND CONTROL
CENTERS (CCCS) with a project
cost of at least INR 1 Cr in each case
since 01/01/2010.
[Mention the page number range
here providing reference to the
detailed response in PreQualification bid document]
In case of consortium, the combined
experience of all the members will be
taken into consideration.
7
EXPERIENCE OF SETTING UP
TIER 3 OR ABOVE LEVEL DATA
CENTERS with a project cost of at
least INR 5 Cr in each case since
01/01/2010.
[Mention the page number range
here providing reference to the
detailed response in PreQualification bid document]
In case of consortium, the combined
experience of all the members will be
taken into consideration.
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8. Annexure 3 – Formats of Price Bid
8.1. Price Bid - Format 1
To,
The Executive Director – Technical,
Andhra Pradesh State FiberNet Limited,
Plot No.5,6,15&16, 1st Floor, KKR Square.
Kavuri Hills, Madhapur, Hyderabad - 500033
Contact No: 040 2339 1162 / 63 / 65
Subject: Price Bid for Selection of an Agency for Design, Implementation and Management of Cloud
based IP CCTV Surveillance System in AP
Ref: RFP No: APSFL/Surveillance Cloud/89/2016, Dated: 21/12/2016
We, the undersigned Bidder, having read and examined in detail all the RFP Documents in respect of
Selection of an Agency for Design, Implementation and Management of Cloud based IP CCTV
Surveillance System in AP covering areas in all the thirteen districts in Andhra Pradesh, do hereby
propose to provide services as specified in the RFP Documents number APSFL/Surveillance
Cloud/89/2016, Dated 21/12/2016
We offer our Price Bid as mentioned below:
#
Description
Value in INR (Inclusive of
all applicable taxes /
charges etc.)
Total Project Cost (Towards the Design, Implementation and
Management of the Project, inclusive of 5 years O&M of the
Project from the Go-Live date of Phase 2 as detailed in the
Project scope)
Estimated Net Revenue by monetization of project
infrastructure through various means over the entire time
period of the contract as mentioned under ‘A’ above.
Net Project Cost Quoted (i.e. A minus B) in Numeric
Value
A
B
C
Net Project Cost Quoted (i.e. A minus B) in Words
1. PRICE AND VALIDITY

All the prices mentioned by us in this Price Bid are in accordance with the terms as specified
in the RFP Documents. All the prices and other terms and conditions of this RFP are valid for
a period of 180 calendar days from the date of opening of this Price Bid.

We hereby confirm that our prices include all taxes, charges, levies etc. to be payable to
various govt./non-govt./local authorities.

We understand and agree that the finalization/selection of the agency is solely on the basis of
the lowest Net Project Cost quoted under ‘C’ in the above table, subject to fulfilment of
other requisite eligible criteria.
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2. UNIT RATES
We also understand and agree that the unit rates of various components as per Format 2 of the Price
Bid also should be quoted, without which the bid is liable to be rejected by the technical/ evaluation
committee. The decision of the committee shall be final and binding on all in this regard.
We have indicated in the Format 2 of the Price Bid, the unit rates for the purpose of payment as well
as for price adjustment in case of any increase to / decrease from the scope of work or quantities
under the contract. We understand and agree that the unit rates will not be considered for evaluation,
finalization/selection of the agency under this RFP.
3. QUALIFYING DATA
We confirm having submitted the information as required by you in your Instruction to Bidder. In
case you require any other further information/documentary proof in this regard before evaluation of
our RFP, we agree to furnish the same in time to your satisfaction.
4. BID PRICE
We declare that our Bid Price is for the entire scope of the work as specified in the RFP Document.
The relevant unit prices are indicated in the Format 2 of the Price Bid.
5. CONTRACT PERFORMANCE BANK GUARANTEE
We hereby declare that in case the contract is awarded to us, we shall submit the contract
Performance Bank Guarantee in the form prescribed in the RFP.
We hereby declare that our RFP is made in good faith, without collusion or fraud and the information
contained in the RFP is true and correct to the best of our knowledge and belief.
We understand that our response to the RFP is binding on us and that you are not bound to accept a
RFP you receive.
Thanking you,
Yours faithfully,
(Signature of the Bidder)
Name
Designation
Seal.
Date:
Place:
Business Address:
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8.2. Price Bid - Format 2 – Unit Rates
Note: Please note that all unit rates quoted as per this Format 2 is for the sole purpose of
price adjustment in case of any increase to/decrease from the scope of work or quantities
under the contract. These rates will not be considered for evaluation or finalisation of the
bid. However, based on the market trends, Authority retains the right to negotiate this rate
for future requirement.
Total for respective schedules is to be calculated only for the unit rates irrespective of the
quantities needed in actual.
#
Item
Ref.
Schedule
Total Price
(INR)
Capital Expenditure for the project
1
Edge Devices (Cameras, Poles, Labour, etc.) and Fibre A
Connectivity
2
Data Centers Infrastructure (Servers, Storage, Application B
Software, etc.)
3
Infrastructure at State level Command and Control Center C
4
Infrastructure at State level Viewing Centers
D
5
Infrastructure
at
District/Commissionerate
level E
Command and Control Centers
6
Mobile Command Center
F
7
Integration of Community CCTV (Feeds aggregated at
Police Station/District Control Room level)
8
Miscellaneous
Costs
(Survey,
Training,
Project G
Management, etc.)
(I) CAPEX
Operational Expenditure for 5 years post “Go Live” of Phase 2
9
Operations & Maintenance for IT / Non-IT Infrastructure
H
10
Technical Manpower
I
(II) OPEX for 5 Years
Grand Total in INR (I+II)
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8.2.1. Schedule A: Edge Devices (camera, poles, labour, etc.)
and Fiber Connectivity
#
Description
1
Outdoor Box Cameras (Normal)- 2MP
2,000
2
Outdoor Box Cameras (for ANPR & its processing
unit)- 2MP
4,500
3
Outdoor Box Cameras (for Video Analytics)- 2MP
4,500
4
Outdoor PTZ Cameras- 2MP
3,200
5
IR Illuminators
Actuals quantity arrived for
the solution (Please Specify)
6
Poles for Cameras and other Equipment at
junctions
Actuals quantity arrived for
the solution (Please Specify)
7
Cantilevers at select locations
Actuals quantity arrived for
the solution (Please Specify)
8
Switches
Actuals quantity arrived for
the solution (Please Specify)
9
Junction Box (including
networking, earthing, etc.)
10
UPS- (1KVA with 60 minutes battery backup.
Battery to be replaced every 3 years)
~7500
11
Digging, Piping & Re-filling (if required, in case of
non-availability of aerial connectivity)
Actuals quantity arrived for
the solution (Please Specify)
12
Red Light Violation Detection System – location
13
Cost per kilometre for pulling fiber cable for
connecting the field equipments (cameras,
switches, ANPR LPU, etc.) with nearest POP of AP
fiber grid
14
Any Additional Components (Please Specify)
Indicative Quantities
last
mile
passive
Unit rate
(INR)
Actuals quantity arrived for
the solution (Please Specify)
1000
Approx. 13,000 km
Actuals quantity arrived for
the solution (Please Specify)
Total for Schedule A
Total for all respective schedules is to be calculated only for the unit rates irrespective of the quantities
needed in actual.
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8.2.2. Schedule B: Data Center Infrastructure
8.2.2.1. Schedule for Data Center – IT Components
#
Description
1
Servers
System)
(inclusive
Indicative Quantities
of
rate
Operating
1.a
Application Servers
Actuals quantity arrived for
the solution (Please Specify)
1.b
Recording Server
Actuals quantity arrived for
the solution (Please Specify)
1.c
Analytics Servers
Actuals quantity arrived for
the solution (Please Specify)
1.d
Database Server
Actuals quantity arrived for
the solution (Please Specify)
1.e
Management Server
Actuals quantity arrived for
the solution (Please Specify)
1.f
Enterprise Backup Server
Actuals quantity arrived for
the solution (Please Specify)
1.g
Domain Controller
Actuals quantity arrived for
the solution (Please Specify)
1.h
Antivirus Server
Actuals quantity arrived for
the solution (Please Specify)
1.i
Server load balancer
Actuals quantity arrived for
the solution (Please Specify)
1.j
Desktop for mgmt. staff
2
Unit
(INR)
Actuals quantity arrived for
the solution (Please Specify)
Application & System Software
2.a
C4I Enterprise application Software
Actuals quantity arrived for
the solution (Please Specify)
2.b
Video Management System
Actuals quantity arrived for
the solution (Please Specify)
2.c
Incidence Management System
Actuals quantity arrived for
the solution (Please Specify)
2.d
Advanced Video Analytics
2.e
Updated Base Map for Andhra Pradesh (to
be provided by APSFL/AP Police
department)
2.f
Viewing Software for GIS
Actuals quantity arrived for
the solution (Please Specify)
2.g
RDBMS (if required)
Actuals quantity arrived for
the solution (Please Specify)
2.h
Enterprise Management System (give
breakup of SLA Mngt., Helpdesk Mngt,
Actuals quantity arrived for
the solution (Please Specify)
2000
Free issue by APSFL/AP
Police department
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#
Indicative Quantities
Description
Unit
(INR)
rate
Network Mngt, BMS, etc. if applicable)
2.i
Anti-virus Software
Actuals quantity arrived for
the solution (Please Specify)
2.j
LDAP Software
Actuals quantity arrived for
the solution (Please Specify)
Customised Software
2.k

Dashboard for Police Department
(for various levels)

Integration
with
CCTNS,RTA
Database, Mobile App, CAD based
Dial100 etc.
2.m
Any other Server side Software required to
cater to the scope of work mentioned in
Part2 of this RFP
2.n
ANPR (software + license)
Actuals quantity arrived for
the solution (Please Specify)
Actuals quantity arrived for
the solution (Please Specify)
4500
3
Storage for 30 days
Actuals quantity arrived for
the solution (Please Specify)
4
Core Router
Actuals quantity arrived for
the solution (Please Specify)
5
Switches
Actuals quantity arrived for
the solution (Please Specify)
6
Firewall
Actuals quantity arrived for
the solution (Please Specify)
7
Intrusion Prevention System
Actuals quantity arrived for
the solution (Please Specify)
8
Racks (Caged)
Actuals quantity arrived for
the solution (Please Specify)
9
Networking Cost (Passive Components) (
Please specify details)
Actuals quantity arrived for
the solution (Please Specify)
10
Data Backup
Actuals quantity arrived for
the solution (Please Specify)
11
Installation , Configuration etc., and overall
management
Actuals quantity arrived for
the solution (Please Specify)
12
Any Additional
Specify)
Actuals quantity arrived for
the solution (Please Specify)
Components
(Please
Total for Schedule B.I.1
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8.2.2.2. Schedule for Data Center – Non IT Components
#
Description
1
Space
Indicative Quantity
1.a
Indoor fixed dome cameras
Actuals quantity arrived for
the solution (Please Specify)
1.b
Access Control System
Actuals quantity arrived for
the solution (Please Specify)
1.c
Flooring & Ceiling for Rack Space
Actuals quantity arrived for
the solution (Please Specify)
1.d
Fire Alarm & Detection System
Actuals quantity arrived for
the solution (Please Specify)
1.e
Fire proof enclosures for media
storage
Actuals quantity arrived for
the solution (Please Specify)
1.f
Rodent Repellent System
Actuals quantity arrived for
the solution (Please Specify)
2
Electrical Power
Actuals quantity arrived for
the solution (Please Specify)
3
DG set
Actuals quantity arrived for
the solution (Please Specify)
4
UPS (60 minutes backup)
Actuals quantity arrived for
the solution (Please Specify)
5
Any Additional Components (Please
Specify)
Actuals quantity arrived for
the solution (Please Specify)
Unit rate (INR)
Total for Schedule B.I.2
Total for Schedule B.I = (B.I.1 + B.I.2)
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8.2.3. Schedule C: Infrastructure at State level Command and
Control Center
#
Description
1
Video Wall Solution- 70” cubes in a 10 X 3
arrangement
1
2
Additional LED Displays- for different
functions/ sub-command centers
10
3
Touch Monitors for Facial Recognition
System
6
4
Monitoring Workstations (3 monitors) for
Live and Playback (60 operators)
60
5
Network Colour Laser Printers
6
IP Phones for each operator
60
7
Indoor Fixed Dome Cameras for internal
surveillance
20
8
Switches / Routers
Actuals quantity arrived for
the solution (Please Specify)
9
Networking/IT Racks
Actuals quantity arrived for
the solution (Please Specify)
10
Networking Cost (Passive Components)
Actuals quantity arrived for
the solution (Please Specify)
11
UPS (60 minutes backup)
Actuals quantity arrived for
the solution (Please Specify)
12
DG Set as per requirement
Actuals quantity arrived for
the solution (Please Specify)
13
Electrical Cabling & Necessary Illumination
Devices
Actuals quantity arrived for
the solution (Please Specify)
14
Fire Safety System with alarms
Actuals quantity arrived for
the solution (Please Specify)
15
Access Control System (RFID/ Proximity
based, for all staff)
Actuals quantity arrived for
the solution (Please Specify)
16
Office Workstations
Fixtures)
Actuals quantity arrived for
the solution (Please Specify)
17
Comfort AC
Actuals quantity arrived for
the solution (Please Specify)
18
Establishment of 40 seater conference hall
Actuals quantity arrived for
the solution (Please Specify)
19
Any Additional
Specify)
Actuals quantity arrived for
the solution (Please Specify)
Indicative Quantity
3
(Furniture
Components
Unit rate
(INR)
and
(Please
Total for Schedule C
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8.2.4. Schedule D: Infrastructure for State level Viewing
Centers
#
Description
Indicative Quantity
(per location)
Unit rate
(INR)
1
Monitoring Workstations
2
LED Displays (55” LED Display) in 3x2 matrix
3
IP Phones for each operator
10
4
PDA for Remote Viewing of CCTV Feeds
2
5
Customised Mobile Application for PDA / tablets
for remote viewing of CCTV feeds and alerts
(unlimited devices)
6
Switches
Actuals quantity arrived for
the solution (Please Specify)
7
Router
Actuals quantity arrived for
the solution (Please Specify)
8
Networking Cost (Passive Components)
Actuals quantity arrived for
the solution (Please Specify)
9
Office Workstations (Furniture)
10
Civil Work
11
UPS (with 60 minutes backup)
12
Any Additional Components (Please Specify)
10
1
1 (one time cost)
10
Actuals quantity arrived for
the solution (Please Specify)
1
Actuals quantity arrived for
the solution (Please Specify)
Total for Schedule D
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8.2.5. Schedule E: Infrastructure at District/Commissionerate
level Command and Control Centers
#
Description
Indicative Quantity
(per location)
1
LED Displays (70" LED display) in 4*3 matrix
2
Monitoring Workstations
3
Network Colour Laser Printers
4
IP Phones for each operator
5
Indoor Fixed
surveillance)
6
Switches
Actuals quantity arrived for the
solution (Please Specify)
7
Networking/IT Racks
Actuals quantity arrived for the
solution (Please Specify)
8
Networking Cost (Passive Components)
Actuals quantity arrived for the
solution (Please Specify)
9
Electrical Cabling & Necessary Illumination
Devices
Actuals quantity arrived for the
solution (Please Specify)
10
Fire Safety System with alarms
Actuals quantity arrived for the
solution (Please Specify)
11
Access Control System (RFID/ Proximity
based, for all staff)
Actuals quantity arrived for the
solution (Please Specify)
12
Office Workstations (Furniture and Fixtures)
Actuals quantity arrived for the
solution (Please Specify)
13
Comfort AC
Actuals quantity arrived for the
solution (Please Specify)
14
Establishment of 30 seater conference hall
Actuals quantity arrived for the
solution (Please Specify)
15
UPS (with 60 minutes backup)
16
Any Additional Components (Please Specify)
Dome
Unit rate
(INR)
1
30
Cameras
2
30
(internal
10
1
Actuals quantity arrived for the
solution (Please Specify)
Total for Schedule E
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8.2.6. Schedule F: Mobile Command Center
#
Description
Indicative Quantity
(per location)
1
Vehicle Subsystem - Includes the Vehicle
Interiors, Console stations & Chairs (Vehicle
van to be provided by the AP Police Dept.)
Free issue by AP Police
department
2
Interoperable Communication Server with
Software License
1
3
Desktop with Touch Panel Display
2
4
Min. 70” display wall in 1x2 matrix
1
5
Outdoor PTZ Camera with Camera Mounting
Accessories (1 no.)
1
6
Outdoor Fixed Box Cameras with Camera
Mounting Accessories (2 nos.)
1
7
Full HD Handycam (meeting all the basic
parameters of Fix Box Camera) with wireless
capability
1
8
Local Server with Storage for 7 Days
1
9
Equipment for fixing Camera & Wireless
Connectivity
Actuals quantity arrived for
the solution (Please Specify)
10
Switch ,Router, modem
Actuals quantity arrived for
the solution (Please Specify)
11
LAN , GSM Modems , VSAT Setup for the Van,
with capability to create a Wi-Fi / WiMAX
network
Actuals quantity arrived for
the solution (Please Specify)
12
Public Address System
Actuals quantity arrived for
the solution (Please Specify)
13
Satellite TV
Actuals quantity arrived for
the solution (Please Specify)
14
Petrol Generator- 3 KVA or better as per
requirement
Actuals quantity arrived for
the solution (Please Specify)
15
UPS - 3KVA or better with min. 60 min.
backup
1
16
Fire Extinguisher
Actuals quantity arrived for
the solution (Please Specify)
17
Any Additional Components (Please Specify)
Actuals quantity arrived for
the solution (Please Specify)
Unit rate
(INR)
Total for Schedule F
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8.2.7. Schedule G: Miscellaneous (Survey, Training, Project,
Management, etc.)
#
Description
Indicative Quantity
(per location)
1
1.a
1.b
1.c
2
Training Costs (per batch)
Functional Training
Administrative Training
Sr. Management Training
Hardware, Software for supporting creation of
legal evidence on CDs / DVDs in an untampered
manner
3
PDAs for the Officers
4
Project Management by SI
5
GH & other OPE Costs
6
Survey Cost (if any)
7
Any Additional Components (Please Specify)
Total for Schedule G
Unit rate
(INR)
To be proposed by the
Bidder as per details
given in Part 2
Please Specify
10
Please specify
Please specify
Please Specify
10
8.2.8. Schedule H: Operations & Maintenance Costs for IT /
Non-IT Infrastructure
Amount in INR
#
Description
1
Edge Devices
Labour, etc.)
2
Data Center Infrastructure (Servers,
Storage, Application Software, etc.)
3
Infrastructure
for
State
Command and Control Center
4
District / Commissionerate level
Command and Control Centers
5
3 State level Viewing Centers
6
Surveillance System on Mobile
Command Centers (give break-up for
all the components)
7
Networking and fiber connectivity
8
Miscellaneous
Costs
(Training,
Project Management, etc.)
1st Year
(Cameras,
2nd Year
3rd Year
4th Year
5th
Year
Poles,
level
Any Additional Components (Please
Specify)
Total for Schedule H
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8.2.9. Schedule I: Technical Manpower
#
Description
Quantity
Amount in Rs
1st
Year
1
Project Manager (Manager: State
level Command and Control
Center)
Please Specify
2
Deputy Manager: State level
Command and Control Center
Please Specify
3
Manager:
District/City
Police
Commissionerate level Command
and Control Centers
Please Specify
4
Manager:
Centers
Viewing
Please Specify
5
Manager: Mobile Command Center
Please Specify
6
Technical Executive – Network
Please Specify
7
Technical Executive – Security
Please Specify
8
Technical Executive – Server
Please Specify
9
Technical Executive – Storage
Please Specify
10
Technical Executive – EMS
Please Specify
11
Technical Executive – VMS
Please Specify
12
BMS Support
Please Specify
13
Helpdesk Manager
Please Specify
14
Helpdesk Staff
Please Specify
15
Field Management Staff for other
viewing centers
Please Specify
16
Electrician
Please Specify
17
Video Technician
Please Specify
State
wide
2nd
Year
3rd
Year
4th
Year
5th
Year
Sub Total
Total for Schedule I
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8.2.10. Schedule L: Additional Components (not to be
considered in total bid price, this is for rate
discovery only)
8.2.10.1. Schedule L.1 for Additional Edge Devices
#
Description
1
Edge Device – Emergency Call Box
2
Edge Device – PA System
3
Edge Device – Variable Messaging Signboards
4
Fixed Box cameras (4k Ultra High Definition)
Unit rate (INR)
Total for Schedule L.1
8.2.10.2. Schedule L.2 for Software for additional edge
devices
#
Description
1
Emergency Call Box
2
PA System
3
Variable Messaging Signboards
4
Additional software needed to decode and handle feds from
Fixed Box cameras (4k Ultra High Definition)
5
Offline facial recognition to identify images within large
streams of video data
Unit rate (INR)
Total for Schedule L.2
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8.2.10.3. Schedule L.3 for Vehicle Mounted Cameras
Unit rate (INR)
#
Description
1
Vehicle Top Mounted PTZ Cameras
2
Vehicle Top Mounted Fixed Cameras
3
Vehicle Top Mounted ANPR Cameras
4
In-Vehicle Mounted Fixed Cameras
5
8-port built-in NVR & Switch with Joystick
6
Periscopic Camera Lift Unit up to 2 meters with fixtures
for PTZ camera - Anti-vibration mounting with standard
load withstand features with flexible operating features
(Provide design for approval)
Total Schedule L.3
8.2.10.4. Schedule L.4 for Operation & Maintenance of
IT/Non IT Infrastructure for additional
components (Incremental)
#
Description
1
Edge Devices (Emergency Call Box, PA System ,
Variable Messaging Signboards, Vehicle Mount
Cameras, Fixed Box Cameras)
2
Software for the additional components
Amount in INR
1st
Year
2nd
Year
3rd
Year
4th
Year
5th
Year
Total for Schedule L.4
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8.3.
Price Bid - Format 3 – Plan for Monetization of the Cloud
based IP CCTV Surveillance System Infrastructure and the
Estimated Revenue
Subject: Plan for Monetization of the Cloud based IP CCTV Surveillance System Infrastructure and
the Estimated Revenue therefrom
Ref: APSFL/Surveillance Cloud/89/2016, DATED-21/12/2016
With reference to the subject and RFP cited above we submit our planned proposals for and the
revenue estimates from the monetization of Cloud based IP CCTV Surveillance System Infrastructure
during the period of implementation and O&M as per this RFP.
Sl.
No.
Proposed means/scheme for Monetization
Estimated Net Revenue over
the Project lifetime (INR)
1.
2
3
4
5
…
…
…
…
TOTAL
Note:
i.
The Means can include digital advertisement boards, digital displays, public Wi-Fi, providing
infrastructure/platform as service, IP CCTV on demand to private enterprises or any other
innovative monetization measures/schemes. The permission of the Authority shall be taken
before finalizing such schemes/methodology.
ii.
The estimated net revenue as quoted above will not be considered for finalization/selection of
the agency.
iii.
The finalization/selection of the agency will be based on Net Project Cost as quoted in Format
1 of the Price Bid only subject to fulfillment of all other conditions as per this RFP.
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8.4. General instructions
a.
Monetization of project infrastructure can be done by the Systems Integrator for generation of
revenues through e-traffic challans, digital advertisement boards, Wi-Fi services or any other
innovative monetization measures. The Bidder has to furnish the proposed scheme/means
through which the monetisation of this infrastructure is proposed and the estimated revenues
in Format 3 of the Price Bid. The permission of the Authority shall be taken before finalising
such schemes/methodology.
b.
Net Project Cost: Net Project Cost is the effective cost (inclusive of all applicable taxes,
annual/recurring support charges or any other charges) of the Project arrived after deducting
the anticipated net revenue by monetization of project infrastructure over period of contract
from the Total Project cost as offered by the Bidder.
c.
The Bidder offering the lowest Net Project Cost (inclusive of all applicable taxes,
annual/recurring support charges or any other charges) will be selected as an agency for design,
implementation and management of cloud based IP CCTV Surveillance System in AP.
d.
The selected agency shall be paid only to the extent of Net Project Cost (subject to any
deviations/modifications in the scope of work in due course) as per the Payment Schedule
mentioned in this RFP document.
e.
The Authority or any other government agency shall not have any liability of paying any taxes
(including GST)/charges/levies as part of this project. The bidder has to quote their Price duly
factoring in all these costs over the project life period.
f.
Bidder should provide all prices as per the prescribed Format under this Annexure.
g.
All the prices are to be entered in Indian Rupees (INR) only
h.
Prices indicated in the schedules shall be inclusive of all taxes, GST, Levies, duties etc. The
prices should also specify any recurring charges and five year support cost as per provided
Formats.
i.
Authority reserves the right to ask the Bidder to submit proof of payment against any of the
taxes, duties, levies indicated.
j.
The Bidder needs to account for all Out of Pocket expenses due to Boarding, Lodging and other
related items.
k.
The Unit Rate as mentioned in the prescribed Formats may be used for the purpose of ‘Change
Order’ for respective items, if any. However, based on the market trends, Authority retains the
right to negotiate this rate for future requirement
l.
Bidder shall ensure that the future products supplied are of latest specifications as per the OEM
roadmap.
m.
APSFL intends to utilize various rates obtained through this RFP for requirements across
various departments. Bidders are requested to factor this larger demand and give the best
possible bid.
n.
Bidder should refer Part 2 of the RFP for details on the functional requirements of the system
and the benchmark minimum specifications for the items mentioned in the Price Formats.
o.
If there is any discrepancy in the Price Bid, it will be dealt as per the following:
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i.
If, in the price structure quoted for the required goods/ services/ works, there is
discrepancy between the unit price and total price (which is obtained by multiplying the
unit price by the quantity), only the total price/cost as quoted in the table in the Price Bid
Format 1 shall prevail. The unit prices quoted in the Price Bid Format 2 shall be
considered only in case of any deviations/modifications in the scope of the work in due
course.
ii.
If there is a discrepancy between words and figures, the amount in words shall prevail.
p.
Total cost should be inclusive of all applicable taxes / charges, annual support charges or any
other recurring charges such as license fees etc.(for hardware as well as software components)
as applicable.
q.
No escalation of prices will be considered during the normal course of the project
implementation and O&M.
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9. Annexure 4 -Format for EMD
(Either DD or BG from Nationalized / Scheduled Bank on INR 100/- Stamp Paper)
To
The Executive Director – Technical,
Andhra Pradesh State FiberNet Limited,
Plot No.5,6,15&16, 1st Floor, KKR Square.
Kavuri Hills, Madhapur, Hyderabad - 500033
Contact No: 040 2339 1165
WHEREAS M/s <Name of the Bidder, having it’s registered office at < ------------ address ----------- >,
hereinafter called "the Bidder", has submitted its proposal for Selection of an Agency for Design,
Implementation and Management of Cloud based IP CCTV Surveillance System in AP
AND WHEREAS it has been stipulated by you in the said RFP (Request for Proposal) Document that
the Bidder shall furnish you with a Demand Draft or the Bank Guarantee issued by any Nationalized /
Scheduled bank, for the sum of INR 5,00,00,000/- (Rupees Five Crore Only), specified therein as
security for compliance with the Bidder’s obligations in accordance with the RFP;
AND WHEREAS we <Name of the Bank>, hereinafter referred to as “the Bank” have agreed to give
the Bidder the said guarantee.
THEREFORE WE, the Bank, hereby affirm that we are Guarantors and responsible to you, on behalf
of the Bidder, up to a total of INR 5,00,00,000/- (Rupees Five Crore Only) and we undertake to pay
you, upon your first written demand declaring the Bidder to be in default under the terms and
conditions of the RFP and without cavil or argument, any sum or sums within the limit of INR
5,00,00,000/- (Rupees Five Crore Only), without your needing to prove or to show the grounds or
reasons for your demand or the sum specified therein.
The Bank shall not be discharged or released from liability under this Guarantee by reason of:
i.
any change in the Constitution of the Bank or
ii.
any arrangement entered into between the You and the Bidder with or without our consent;
iii.
any forbearance or indulgence shown to the Bidder,
iv.
any variation in the terms, covenants or conditions contained in the said RFP ;
v.
any time given to the Bidder, OR
vi.
Any other conditions or circumstances under which in a law a surety would be discharged.
This guarantee is valid up to <180 days from date of submission> and shall be governed and
construed in accordance with Indian Laws.
Signature and Seal of Guarantors
______________________________________
Date:
Address:
______________________________________________________________________
___________
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10. Annexure 5 - Format of Performance
Bank Guarantee
(To be printed on Rs. 500/- Stamp Paper)
IN CONSIDERATION OF…………………………………………………………….The Andhra Pradesh State
FiberNet Limited (APSFL)
through…………………………………., (hereinafter referred to as “the
Authority”) for selecting Agency for Design, Implementation and Management of Cloud Based IP
CCTV Surveillance System in AP ( hereinafter referred to as the “said work”) on the terms and
conditions of the Agreement dated the………………….day of …………………….2016 ……….executed
between the Authority on the one part and the Company (Name of the Company) on the other part
(hereinafter referred to as “ the said Agreement) and on the terms and conditions specified in the
Contract, Form of Offer and Form of acceptance of Offer, true and complete copies of the offer
submitted by the Company, the said Acceptance of Offer and the said Agreement are annexed hereto.
The Company has agreed to furnish the Government in Guarantee of the Nationalized/Scheduled
Commercial Bank for the sum of Rs…………………………….. (Agreement in Words and Figures) only
which shall be the Security Deposit for the due performance of the terms covenants and conditions of
the said Agreement. We ………………………….. Bank Registered in India under …………………………………..
Act and having one of our Local Head Office at ………………………………………… do hereby guarantee to
the APSFL
(i) Due performance and observances by the Company of the terms covenants and conditions on the
part of the Company contained in the said Agreement, AND
(ii) Due and punctual payment by the Company to the Authority of all sum of money, losses, damages,
costs, charges, penalties and expenses that may become due or payable to the Authority by or
from the Company by reason of or in consequence of any breach, non-performance or default on
the part of the Company of the terms covenants and conditions under or in respect of the said
Agreement.
AND FOR THE consideration aforesaid, we do hereby undertake to pay to the Authority on demand
without delay demur the said sum of Rs……………………. (Rupees ……………………………….. only) together
with interest thereon at the rate prescribed under………………… from the date of demand till payment
or such lesser sum, as may be demanded by the Authority from us as and by way of indemnity on
account of any loss or damage caused to or suffered by the Authority by reason of any breach, nonperformance or default by the Company of the terms, covenants and conditions contained in the said
Agreement or in the due and punctual payment of the moneys payable by the Company to the
Authority thereunder and notwithstanding any dispute or disputes raised by the Company in any suit
or proceeding filed before the Court relating thereto our liability hereunder being absolute and
unequivocal and irrevocable AND WE do hereby agree that –
a.
The guarantee herein contained shall remain in full force and effect during the subsistence of the
said Agreement and that the same will continue to be enforceable till all the claims of the
Authority are fully paid under or by virtue of the said Agreement and its claims satisfied or
discharged and till the Authority certifies that the terms and conditions of the said Agreement
have fully and properly carried out by the Company.
b. We shall not be discharged or released from liability under this Guarantee by reason of
i. any change in the Constitution of the Bank or
ii. any arrangement entered into between the Authority and the Company with or without our
consent;
iii. any forbearance or indulgence shown to the Company,
iv. any variation in the terms, covenants or conditions contained in the said Agreement;
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v. any time given to the Company, OR
vi. Any other conditions or circumstances under which in a law a surety would be discharged.
c.
Our liability hereunder shall be as if we were the principal debtors in respect of the said sum of
Rs………………………. (Rupees ……………………………………. Only)
d. We shall not revoke this guarantee during its currency except with the previous consent of the
Authority in writing;
e.
Provided always that notwithstanding anything herein contained our liabilities under this
guarantee shall be limited to the sum of Rs……………………….. (Rupees………………… only) and shall
remain in force until the Authority certifies that the terms and conditions of the said Agreement
have been fully and properly carried out by the Company.
f.
Bank hereby agrees and covenants that if at any stage default is made in payment of any
instalment or any portion thereof due to the Authority under the said Agreement or if the
Company fails to perform the said Agreement or default shall be made in fulfilling any of the
terms and conditions contained in the said Agreement by the Company, the Bank shall pay to the
Authority on demand without any demur, such sum as may by demanded, not exceeding
Rs…………………………. (Rupees…………………………………) and that the Bank will indemnify and keep
the Authority indemnified against all the losses pursuant to the said Agreement and default on the
part of the Company. The decision of the Authority that the default has been committed by the
Company shall be conclusive and final and shall be binding on the Bank/Guarantor. Similarly, the
decision of the Authority as regards the Agreement due and payable by the Company shall be final
and conclusive and binding on the Bank /Guarantor.
g.
The Authority shall have the fullest liberty and the Bank hereby gives its consent without any way
affecting this guarantee and discharging the Bank/Guarantor from its liability hereunder, to vary
or modify the said Agreement or any terms thereof or grant any extension of time or any facility or
indulgence to the Company and Guarantee shall not be released by reason of any time facility or
indulgence being given to the Company or any forbearance act or omission on the part of the
Authority or by any other matter or think whatsoever which under the law, relating to sureties so
releasing the guarantor and the Guarantor hereby waives all suretyship and other rights which it
might otherwise be entitled to enforce.
h. That the absence of powers on the part of the Company or the Authority to enter into or execute
the said Agreement or any irregularity in the exercise of such power or invalidity of the said
Agreement for any reason whatsoever shall not affect the liability of the Guarantor/Bank and
binding on the bank notwithstanding any abnormality or irregularity,
The Guarantor agrees and declares that for enforcing this Guarantee by………………… against it, the
Courts at Andhra Pradesh only shall have exclusive jurisdiction and the Guarantor hereby submits to
the same
1…………………………………………………………………………..
2…………………………………………………………………………..
Being respectively the Director of the Company, who in token thereof, has hereto set his respective
hands in the presence of –
1…………………………………………………………….
2…………………………………………………………….
Note: If the duration of the Bank Guarantee needs to be reduced due to RBI Guidelines, then decision
to that effect shall be taken by Authority.
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11. Annexure 6 - Master Service Agreement
(MSA)
(To be printed on Stamp Paper of appropriate value)
This Master Services AGREEMENT is made at ____________, on this ____ day of _____, 2017,
BETWEEN
Andhra Pradesh FiberNet Limited (APSFL), Hyderabad, for and on behalf of the Government of
Andhra Pradesh, represented by the Managing Director hereinafter referred to as “Authority” or the
“APSFL” (which expression unless repugnant to the context therein shall include its administrator and
permitted assignees) of the FIRST PART;
AND
-----------------------------, a company registered under the Companies Act, 1956, having its registered
office at -----------------------------, hereinafter referred to as “Systems Integrator” or “SI”, (which
expression unless repugnant to the context therein, shall include its successors, administrators,
executors and permitted assignees), of the SECOND PART.
Whereas Authority has envisaged to setup a comprehensive Sate-wide Cloud based IP CCTV
Surveillance System in AP (hereinafter referred to as the “Surveillance Project”);
And whereas Authority published the RFP to seek services of a reputed IT firm as a System Integrator
for Design, Implementation and Management of Cloud based IP CCTV Surveillance System in AP.
And whereas M/s. ------------------------- has submitted its proposal to Design, Implementation and
Management of Cloud based IP CCTV Surveillance System in AP;
And whereas Authority has selected M/s………………………as Successful Bidder on the basis of the
proposal submitted in response to the RFP and issued Letter of Intent dated ………………..to the
Successful Bidder who in turn signed and returned the same as a token of acceptance of Letter of
Intent.
And whereas Authority and M/s. --------------------------- have decided to enter into this Agreement to
govern their mutual rights and obligations with respect to provision of goods and services and
implementation of the Surveillance Project on the terms and conditions stipulated hereinafter.
NOW, THEREFORE, in consideration of the premises covenants and promises contained herein and
other good and valuable considerations, the receipt and adequacy of which is hereby acknowledged,
the parties intending to be bound legally, IT IS HEREBY AGREED between the Parties as follows:
1) Definitions
Terms and expressions used in this Agreement shall have the meanings set out herein below. Other
terms used in this Agreement are defined where they are used and have the meanings there indicated.
Unless otherwise specifically defined, those terms, acronyms and phrases in this Agreement that are
utilized in the information technology services industry or other pertinent business context shall be
interpreted in accordance with their generally understood meaning in such industry or business
context.
a.
Applicable Laws” means all laws, brought into force and effect by the Government of India or the
Government of Andhra Pradesh including rules, regulations and notifications made thereunder,
and judgements, decrees, injunctions, writs and orders of any court of record, applicable to this
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Agreement and the exercise, performance and discharge of the respective rights and obligations of
the Parties hereunder, as may be in force and effect during the subsistence of this Agreement;
b. “Contract” or “Agreement” means this Master Services Agreement entered into between Authority
and the Systems Integrator including all attachments, schedules, annexure hereto and all
documents incorporated by reference herein and all amendments, corrigendum /corrigenda,
changes hereto;
c.
“Systems Integrator” means M/s. ----------------- interchangeably referred to as “SI” in the
Agreement; and
d. “Tender” or “RFP” means the Tender or RFP dated 21/12/2016 Published by the Authority (Ref.
No. APSFL/Surveillance Cloud/89/2016) and the subsequent Corrigenda / Clarifications issued
thereunder.
e.
"Go Live Date” means the day after the date on which the proposed solution or Phase becomes
operational after successful conclusion of all acceptance tests to the satisfaction of Authority.
f.
"Deliverable" means Goods, Services, Software, applications, feeds, analytics, information and all
other products, infrastructure and services etc. to be delivered by the System Integrator in
pursuance of the Agreement as defined more elaborately in the RFP and includes any action /
output generated by the SI while discharging its contractual obligations.
g.
"Assets" means all the hardware / Software / network or any other information technology
infrastructure components/ data / documentations / manuals / catalogues / brochures /
Deliverables used for the Surveillance Project and or any other facilities leased/owned/operated
by the System Integrator or by the Authority, in terms of ensuring their usability for the delivery
of the Deliverables/Services as per this Agreement;
h. “Control” means, in relation to any business entity, the power of a person to secure:
(i)
by means of the holding of shares or the possession of voting power in or in relation to that or
any other business entity, or
(ii)
by virtue of any powers conferred by the articles of association or other document regulating
that or any other business entity,
that the affairs of the first mentioned business entity are conducted in accordance with that
person’s wishes, and in relation to a partnership, means the right to a share of more than one half
of the assets, or of more than one half of the income, of the partnership;
i.
Effective Date shall have the same meaning ascribed to it in Clause 4;
j.
Force Majeure shall have the same meaning ascribed to it in Clause 20;
k.
“Intellectual Property Rights” or “IPR” means all copyright (including rights in computer
software) , patents, trademarks, trade secrets, and all other intellectual property rights including
all service marks, logos, get-up, trade names, internet domain names, blue prints, programmes
and manuals, drawings, semi-conductor, topography rights, utility models, rights in know-how,
rights in written designs, rights in databases and Bespoke Software / Pre-existing work including
its up-gradation and compilation rights (whether or not any of these are registered and including
application for registration) and all rights or forms of protection having equivalent or similar
effect anywhere in the world;
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l.
“Parties” means Authority and the System Integrator for the purposes of this Agreement and
“Party” shall be interpreted accordingly;
m. “Performance Bank Guarantee” means the performance bank guarantee to be provided by SI from
any nationalised/scheduled commercial bank in favour of the Authority, as provided in Clause 30
(h) of this Agreement;
n. “Proposal” shall mean the System Integrator’s “Technical Bid” and “Price Bid” submitted in
response to the RFP.
o. “Timelines” means the timelines for performance of scope of work as described in Clause 9 of this
Agreement including the RFP;
p. “Services” means the services delivered or to be delivered by the System Integrator under this
Agreement using the tangible and intangible assets created, procured, installed, managed and
operated by the System Integrator including the tools of information and communications
technology and includes but is not limited to the list of services specified in the RFP;
q. “Service Level” means the level of service and other performance criteria applicable to the Services
delivered by the System Integrator and as described in the Agreement including the RFP;
r.
“SLA” means the Performance and Maintenance Service Level Agreement mentioned in the
Agreement including the RFP;
s.
“Term” shall have the same meaning ascribed to it in Clause 4;
t.
“Goods” means and includes all hardware, equipment, instruments, machinery, material,
electronic items, networking equipment, cameras, switches, routers, cables and other tangible
goods/ items etc., and includes their user manuals, technical manuals, operating manuals, service
mechanisms, policies and guidelines (such as security related, data migration related) and all its
modifications, provided or to be provided by System Integrator to Authority under this
Agreement;
u. “COTS” mean Commercial off-the-shelf product(s).
v.
“Total Value of Project” means [_________] i.e. the amount quoted by the System Integrator
(inclusive of taxes) in its Price Bid.
w. ‘Replacing System Integrator’ shall mean any third party that the Authority or its nominated
agencies appoint to replace the System Integrator upon expiry of the Term or earlier termination
of this Agreement to undertake the Services or part thereof and all other obligations of the System
Integrator under this Agreement;
x.
“Net Project Cost” means [_________] i.e. the amount quoted by the System Integrator
(inclusive of taxes) in its Price Bid.
2) Interpretation
In this Agreement, unless otherwise specified:
a) references to Clauses, Sub-Clauses, Paragraphs, Schedules and Annexures are to clauses, subclauses, paragraphs, schedules and annexures to this Agreement;
b) words denoting the singular include the plural and vice versa and use of any gender includes
the other genders;
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c) references to a ‘company’ shall be construed so as to include any company, corporation or
other body corporate, wherever and however incorporated or established;
d) references to a ‘person’ shall be construed so as to include any individual, firm, company,
government, state or agency of a state, local or municipal authority or government body or
any joint venture, association or partnership (whether or not having separate legal
personality) and shall include successors and assigns;
e) a reference to any statute or statutory provision shall be construed as a reference to the same
as it may have been, or may from time to time be, amended, modified or re-enacted;
f) unless otherwise specified, any reference to a ‘day’ (including within the phrase ‘business day’)
shall mean a period of 24 hours running from midnight to midnight;
g) references to times are to Indian Standard Time;
h) a reference to any other document referred to in this Agreement is a reference to that other
document as amended, varied, novated or supplemented at any time; and
i) All headings and titles are inserted for convenience only. They are to be ignored in the
interpretation of this Agreement.
3) Priority of documents
The following documents shall form and be read and construed as part of this Agreement and shall be
mutually explanatory of one another and in the event of a conflict between various documents, the
following order shall govern the priority of documents constituting this Agreement:
i)
this Agreement along with its schedules;
ii) Scope of Services for the System Integrator (hereby annexed as Annexure I)
iii) RFP Document issued by the Authority together with the Clarification & Corrigendum Documents
published by the Authority subsequent to the RFP for this work (hereby annexed as Annexure
II)
iv) LoI issued by the Authority to the System Integrator (hereby annexed as Annexure III);
v) System Integrator’s “Technical Bid” and “Price Bid” submitted in response to the RFP (hereby
annexed as Annexure IV).
vi) Format of Change Control Notice (Annexure V)
vii) Schedule for Audit, Access And Reporting (Schedule 1); and
viii) Exit Management Schedule
4) Term of the Agreement
Subject to the provisions of Clause 5, this Agreement shall come into effect on <***> 20--- (insert the
same date as ‘T’ in timelines) (hereinafter the ‘Effective Date’) and shall continue, unless terminated
earlier in accordance with the terms hereof, till the expiry of a period of 60 months from the successful
Go-Live Date of Phase 1 (‘Term’). It is agreed between the Parties that the period for implementation
of Phase 1 of the project is 15 months from the Effective Date and the maintenance and support period
shall be for a period of 5 years from the successful Go Live Date for Phase 2.
In the event of implementation period getting extended beyond 15 months for Phase 1 & 12 months for
Phase 2, for reasons not attributable to the Systems Integrator, Authority may at its sole discretion
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extend the Term of the Agreement by corresponding period to allow validity of contract for 5 years
from the Go Live Date of Phase 2 or such lesser period as the Authority may deem fit under the
circumstances.
Authority also reserves the right to extend the Term at its sole discretion and option for a total period
of 2 years (optional for 2 periods of 1 year each).
5) Conditions Precedent to Payment
5.1 Provisions to take effect upon fulfilment of Conditions Precedent
The rights of Systems Integrator to receive any payments, and obligation of Authority to make any
payments under this Agreement, shall take effect only upon satisfaction in full of all the Conditions
Precedent set out below. Provided that the Authority may at any time at its sole discretion, waive fully
or partially any of the Conditions Precedent for the System Integrator.
5.2 Conditions Precedent for the System Integrator
The System Integrator shall fulfil the following conditions (“Conditions Precedent”):
i. Within 30 days of issuance of Letter of Award, to provide an unconditional, irrevocable and
continuing bank guarantee as the Performance Bank Guarantee for an amount equal to 5% of
the Net Project Cost from any Nationalized/Scheduled Commercial bank in the Format as
provided in the RFP and in accordance with Clause 30 (h) hereof;
and
ii. within 15 days of issuance of Letter of Award, the Systems Integrator to provide Authority
certified true copies of its constitutional documents and board resolutions authorizing the
execution, delivery and performance of this Agreement by the System Integrator.
5.3 In the event the System Integrator fails to fulfil the Conditions Precedent provided in Clause 5.2
(i) above, the Authority shall be entitled to encash the Bid Security and appropriate the proceeds
thereof as damages, and thereupon this Agreement shall be deemed to have been terminated by
mutual agreement of the Parties.
6) Obligations of the System Integrator
6.1 Under the Agreement
(i) The System Integrator shall design, develop, implement, [operate] and maintain the Surveillance
Project in accordance with the provisions of this Agreement. As part of its scope of work under this
Agreement, the System Integrator shall deliver all Goods and Deliverables and perform all Services as
envisaged under this Agreement including as detailed in the RFP and the Proposal.
(ii) In addition to the other obligations of the System Integrator stated in the Agreement elsewhere
and in the RFP, the System Integrator shall:
a) Maintain 3% of installed camera quantity as spare inventory at all times, for all types of cameras;
b) Ensure the integration of the software with hardware to be installed and the Assets in order to
ensure the smooth operations of the entire solution architecture to provide efficient services to
Authority of this Surveillances Project in an efficient and speedy manner;
c) Ensure that the Mobile Vans mentioned in RFP are registered (if applicable) under the provisions
contained u/s 39 of Motor Vehicle Act, 1988 in the name of Police Department and comply with
all conditions laid down under Applicable Law including under Section 149(2) of the Motor
Vehicle Act, 1988;
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d) Without prejudice to the provisions of Clause 30, the System Integrator shall not use Authority’s
data to provide services for the benefit of any third party, as a service bureau or in any other
manner and treat such data as strictly confidential.
6.2 Completion of scope of work
The System Integrator shall accomplish the scope of work under this Agreement as per the Timelines
and as per the Service Level Agreements. If the Systems Integrator fails to achieve the Timelines due
to reasons attributable to the System Integrator, or if it fails to achieve the Service Levels (in the SLAs)
for any reason attributable to the System Integrator, the System Integrator shall be liable to pay
liquidated damages as mentioned in the RFP. In case the System Integrator is not solely liable for the
breach of Timelines or SLAs, amount of liquidated damages shall be deducted on proportionate / pro
rata basis depending upon the Systems Integrator’s extent of fault in such breach of Timelines or
SLAs. Authority shall have the right to determine such extent of fault and liquidated damages in
consultation with System Integrator.
The Parties agree that the liquidated damages amounts as specified in the RFP are a genuine estimate
as of the date hereof of damages likely to be incurred and shall be applicable, without requiring
further proof of such reduction in value or costs actually incurred by the Authority. The Authority
may, at its option, recover liquidated damages or part thereof from any amounts payable by the
Authority to the System Integrator or from any securities/ guarantees including Performance Bank
Guarantee provided by the System Integrator.
The Systems Integrator shall not be relieved from any obligations by virtue of payment of such
liquidated damages. The liquidated damages will be capped as mentioned in RFP. If the liquidated
damages payable cross the cap on liquidated damages mentioned in the RFP, Authority shall have the
right to terminate the Agreement for breach by the System Integrator and consequences for such
termination as provided in this Agreement shall be applicable.
6.3 Change of Control
i. The SI shall inform the Authority well in advance of any Change of Control proposed to
be undertaken by SI or any of the consortium members in the Format set out as
Annexure V of this Agreement along with the other details related to all entities involved
in such Change of Control and the terms of such Change of Control. The SI or any of the
consortium members shall not undertake any Change of Control without prior written
consent of the Authority. The Authority may not give its consent for any Change of
Control in case the Authority feels that such Change of Control may lead to threat to
national security or public interest. In case the SI or any of consortium members effects
any Change of Control without prior consent of the Authority, the Authority shall have
the right to terminate the Agreement.
ii. In the event that the net worth of the surviving entity is less than that of the System
Integrator prior to the Change of Control, the Authority may within 30 (thirty) days of
becoming aware of such change in control, require a in addition to the existing
Performance Bank Guarantee another guarantee (with same or higher value) furnished
by the System Integrator from a guarantor acceptable to Authority (which may or may
not be any of the System Integrator’s associated entities).
iii. If such a guarantee is not furnished within 30 days of Authority requiring the
replacement, Authority may exercise its right to terminate this Agreement upon expiry of
the said 30 (thirty) days by written notice, to become effective as specified in such notice.
iv. Pursuant to termination under this Clause, the consequences of termination as set out in
this Agreement shall follow.
For the avoidance of doubt, it is expressly clarified that the internal reorganization of the
System Integrator shall not be deemed an event of a change of control for purposes of this
Clause unless the surviving entity is of less net worth than the predecessor entity.
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6.4 Final testing
Except as otherwise provided in the RFP, the Surveillance Project shall be governed by the mechanism
of final acceptance testing to be put into place by the Parties as under:
i.
ii.
iii.
Final testing and certification criteria will lay down a set of guidelines following internationally
accepted norms and standards for testing and certification for all aspects of implementation
covering software, hardware and networking including the processes relating to the installation,
commissioning, running of the cameras, design of systems and sub- systems, testing, business
process description, documentation, version control, change management, security, service
oriented architecture, performance in relation to compliance with SLA metrics, interoperability,
scalability, availability and compliance with all the technical and functional requirements of the
RFP and this Agreement;
Final testing and certification criteria will consider conducting specific tests on the software,
hardware, networking, security and all other aspects;
Final testing and certification criteria will establish appropriate processes for notifying the
Systems Integrator of any deviations from the norms, standards or guidelines at the earliest
instance after taking cognizance of the same to enable the System Integrator to take corrective
action; etc. Final acceptance test criteria will also adhere to the requirements as detailed in the
RFP.
7) Obligations of the Authority
Without prejudice to any other undertakings or obligations of Authority under this Agreement or RFP,
Authority shall perform the following:
a) To provide any reasonable support through personnel to test the system during the Term;
b) To provide any reasonable support through personnel and/or test data during development,
rollout, steady state operation, as well as, for any changes/enhancements in the system whenever
required due to scope change that may arise due to business, delivery or statutory/regulatory reasons,
provided that any enhancement/changes etc. to the system shall always be subject to prior written
approval of Authority;
c) To authorize on a case to case basis the System Integrator to interact for implementation of the
Surveillance Project with external entities to the extent deemed necessary by Authority.
8) Acceptance of Deliverables and Testing
8.1 Acceptance of Deliverables
The successful completion of the Surveillance Project requires the acceptance by Authority of all
Deliverables prepared and delivered pursuant to the Surveillance Project. The acceptance procedure
described in this Clause is in addition to, and not in derogation of, the acceptance procedure laid down
in the RFP and the testing procedure to be agreed as per clause 6.4 above, and the three are to be read
harmoniously. In case of conflict between the acceptance procedures laid down in RFP and this clause
8, the Authority shall decide which procedure will prevail. Upon completion of a Deliverable, System
Integrator will notify Authority, within [2] days, in writing that the Deliverable has been completed
and, in the case of Deliverables constituted of software and/or equipment (“Operational
Deliverables”), tested and/or certified as being ready for acceptance (“Ready for Acceptance”) by
Authority. Promptly after receiving such notice, Authority will evaluate the Deliverable for acceptance
in accordance with this Clause 8 or clause 6.4 above or any specific provision for such Deliverable
provided in the RFP. The acceptance process outlined below shall not be deemed to extend the
Timelines/scheduled completion date for any Deliverable specified in the RFP.
8.2 Acceptance Procedure
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Acceptance by Authority (“Acceptance”) requires that the Deliverables be confirmed in writing by
Authority to meet applicable acceptance criteria (“Acceptance Criteria”) which, in the case of
Operational Deliverables, will include the successful completion of agreed acceptance and
performance testing and, in the case of the System as a whole, will include meeting the specifications,
performance standards and functional requirements set out in the RFP. In the case of Deliverables
that are component parts of the System, in addition to Acceptance of the component Deliverables, the
System will also be subject to Acceptance in its entirety. [System Integrator shall prepare and propose
the test procedures as per clause 6.4, which shall be described in the Acceptance Criteria for each
Deliverable and shall be subject to agreement by Authority. While designing the acceptance test
procedures the requirements as mentioned in the RFP need to be adhered. The Acceptance tests and
test procedures shall be sufficiently broad in scope and rigorous so as to verify that the System and all
other Deliverables meet all applicable specifications, any acceptance criteria and all performance
requirements, including assurance that the Deliverables and the System meet such tests of operational
integrity as may be required by Authority. In the case of the System, the Acceptance tests shall consist
of unit tests and/or a system test. Acceptance procedures for written Deliverables (which are all
Deliverables other than Operational Deliverables) and Operational Deliverables are as follows:
(a) Written Deliverables:
(i) The System Integrator shall submit interim drafts of written Deliverables (e.g., system
designs and documentation) to Authority for review. Authority may review each interim draft
within a reasonable period of time after receiving it from the System Integrator. When the
System Integrator delivers a final written Deliverable to Authority, Authority will have the
opportunity to review such written Deliverable for an acceptance period of at least seven (7)
days or such other period may be agreed in the Project Plan (the “Acceptance Period”). In all
cases, Authority’s obligation to review a written Deliverable within the applicable Acceptance
Period will be contingent on such written Deliverable being delivered to Authority as
scheduled. If and to the extent any written Deliverable is delivered earlier or later than
scheduled, the Acceptance Period for such written Deliverable shall be extended as reasonably
necessary to accommodate the availability of Authority personnel responsible for reviewing
such Deliverable. Similarly, if and to the extent multiple written Deliverables are delivered to
Authority within an Acceptance Period, the Acceptance Period for all such written
Deliverables shall be extended as reasonably necessary to accommodate the availability of
Authority personnel responsible for reviewing them.
(ii) Authority may notify the System Integrator in writing by the end of the Acceptance Period
either stating that the applicable written Deliverable is accepted / rejected in the form
delivered by the System Integrator or describing any deficiencies that must be corrected prior
to acceptance of such written Deliverable. If the System Integrator does not receive any such
notice from Authority by the end of the Acceptance Period, the System Integrator shall
promptly notify Authority in writing that no such notice has been received. Acceptance shall
not be unreasonably withheld by Authority. If the System Integrator does not receive the
required notice within 30 (thirty) days after Authority receives such written notification from
the System Integrator, such written Deliverable will be deemed to be accepted by Authority.
(iii) If Authority delivers to the System Integrator a timely notice of rejection/ deficiencies, the
System Integrator will correct the described deficiencies as quickly as possible and, in any
event, within ten (10) days after Authority notifies the System Integrator of the
rejection/deficiencies (unless otherwise specified in the agreed Project Plan/ RFP). Upon
receipt of a corrected written Deliverable from the System Integrator, Authority will have a
period of at least 15 (fifteen) days to review the corrected written Deliverable.
(b) Operational Deliverables:
(i) To the extent not already specified in the RFP or agreed Project Plan, prior to the date on
which the System Integrator is scheduled to deliver each Operational Deliverable to
Authority, both the System Integrator and Authority will agree upon the testing
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procedures for the Operational Deliverable, including without limitation detailed test
cases and expected results (the “Acceptance Tests”) as described in Clause 6.4. The
Acceptance Tests will be designed to determine whether the Operational Deliverable
contains any defects. Authority will have the opportunity during the Acceptance Period to
evaluate and test each Operational Deliverable in accordance with the following
procedures by executing the Acceptance Tests.
(ii) When the System Integrator has completed an Operational Deliverable, it will deliver the
Operational Deliverable at the Installation Site (if not already there), install such
Deliverable (if not already installed), and perform installation tests acceptable to
Authority to verify and certify that the Deliverable has been properly delivered and
installed. The System Integrator shall notify Authority when the Operational Deliverable
is ‘Ready for Acceptance’, provided that, unless otherwise agreed, such notice shall not
occur prior to the successful completion by the System Integrator of all installation tests
and certifications. Such notice will start the Acceptance Period, which will be at least
fifteen (15) days or such other period as is agreed in the Project Plan. Authority’s
obligation to review any Operational Deliverable within the applicable Acceptance Period
will be contingent on such Operational Deliverable being delivered to Authority as
scheduled. If and to the extent any Operational Deliverable is delivered earlier or later
than scheduled, the Acceptance Period for such Operational Deliverable shall be extended
as reasonably necessary to accommodate the availability of the Authority personnel
responsible for reviewing such Operational Deliverable. Similarly, if and to the extent
multiple Operational Deliverables are delivered to Authority within an Acceptance Period,
the Acceptance Period for all Operational Deliverables shall be extended as reasonably
necessary to accommodate the availability of the Authority personnel responsible for
reviewing them.
(iii) Authority shall notify the System Integrator in writing by the end of the Acceptance
Period stating that the Operational Deliverable is accepted/rejected in the form delivered
by the System Integrator or describing the defects as provided in sub clause 8.2 (b) (iv)
below. If the System Integrator does not receive any notice of defects from Authority by
the end of the Acceptance Period, the System Integrator shall promptly notify Authority in
writing that no such notice was received. If System Integrator does not receive a notice of
defects within 30 (thirty) days after Authority receives such written notification from the
System Integrator, such Operational Deliverable will be deemed accepted by Authority.
(iv) If Authority determines during the Acceptance Period that the Operational Deliverable as
delivered by the System Integrator deviates from its approved specifications, does not
meet the Acceptance Criteria or otherwise fails to successfully complete applicable
Acceptance Tests, Authority will inform the System Integrator in writing, describing the
defect(s) in sufficient detail to allow the System Integrator to rectify them. The System
Integrator will correct any defects in an Operational Deliverable as quickly as possible
after receiving Authority’s notice of the defects and, in any event, within ten (10) days
after receiving such notice (unless otherwise specified in the Project Plan/RFP), and
provide within such ten (10) day period the corrected Operational Deliverable to
Authority for re-testing.
(v) Authority will have a reasonable additional period of time after receipt of the corrected
Operational Deliverable to re-test it so as to confirm its proper functioning. The System
Integrator will correct any further defects identified by Authority during the re-test as
quickly as possible, but in no event more than ten (10) days after Authority notifies the
System Integrator of the further defects, unless otherwise specified in the agreed Project
Plan or RFP or agreed by Authority.
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(c) Correction of Deficiencies in Deliverables.
If the System Integrator is unable to correct all deficiencies preventing Acceptance of a
Deliverable for which it is responsible after a reasonable number of repeated efforts (but
not more than three (3)) as per Clause 8.2 (a) or Clause 8.2 (b), as may be applicable,
Authority may at its election:
(i) without prejudice to its right to terminate this Agreement under Clause 8.2 (c) (iii),
allow the System Integrator to continue its efforts to make corrections till such time
as the Authority deems fit; or
(ii) accept the Deliverable with its Deficiencies and deduct such proportionate amounts
from the System Integrator’s fees as deemed appropriate by Authority; or
(iii) terminate this Agreement for cause in accordance with the procedures set forth in
Clause 28(except that Authority shall be under no obligation to provide the System
Integrator any further opportunity to cure) and recover its damages and related costs
and expenses.
8.3 (i) Neither the submission of any Written Deliverables or Operational Deliverables or any other
designs/ documentation etc. nor its approval or disapproval, nor the raising of queries, or the
making of comments, suggestions or recommendations on the same by the Authority shall
prejudice or affect any of the System Integrator’s obligations under this Agreement.
(ii) No approval or acceptance pursuant to Clause 6 or Clause 8 or otherwise, shall relieve the
System Integrator from any liability or obligation under this Agreement. Any inspection and
approval or similar act by the Authority (including absence or disapproval) shall not relieve the
System Integrator from any responsibility, liability or obligation under this Agreement, including
responsibility and liability for the System Integrator’s errors, omissions and discrepancies under
this Agreement.
9) Schedule of Payment / Payment Terms
#
Milestone
Phases
Payment Milestone Description
Implementation
Phase 1
Acceptance of Site Survey
reports, Design documents (FRS,
SRS, SDD) and Technical
Architecture
Establishment of State level
Command and Control Center,
District/ Commissionerate level
Command and Control Center
(at least 6 mutually agreed
District locations) and
installation & commissioning of
4000 Cameras (2000 new
cameras and integration of 2000
existing cameras)
Establishment of District /
Commissionerate level
Command and Control Center
(remaining 7 District locations),
State level Viewing Centers and
installation & commissioning of
M1 Milestone 1
M2 Milestone 2
M3 Milestone 3
Expected
Timeline
Payment
T+3
months
2% of Net
Project
Cost
T+9
months
10% of Net
Project
Cost
T+15
months
10% of Net
Project
Cost
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#
Milestone
Phases
M4 Milestone 4
Implementation
Phase 2
M5 Milestone 5
M6 Milestone 6
O&M
Payment Milestone Description
4000 Cameras (2200 new
cameras and integration of 1800
existing cameras)
Installation and Commissioning
of 6000 new cameras and
Mobile Command & Control
Center
Installation and Commissioning
of remaining 4000 new cameras
and overall system integration
testing and Project Go-Live
Periodic quarterly payment on
meeting the post
implementation SLA as per
defined benchmarks
Expected
Timeline
Payment
T+21
months
10% of Net
Project
Cost
T+27
months
8% of Net
Project
Cost
D+60
months
60% of the
Net
Project
Cost, to be
paid on
quarterly
basis
during the
O&M
period, i.e.
till 20
Quarters
from the
Go-Live of
Phase 2
Note:
1) “T” stands for the date of signing of the agreement and “D” stands for date of “Go Live” of overall
integrated solution i.e. Go-live of Phase 2.
2) Net Project Cost is the effective cost (inclusive of all applicable taxes, annual/recurring support
charges or any other charges) of the Project arrived after deducting the anticipated net revenue by
monetization of project infrastructure over period of contract from the Total Project cost as
offered by the Bidder..
3) APSFL will release the payment within 30 days of submission of valid invoice subject to the
condition that invoice and all supporting documents produced are in order and work is certified
by the Project management Agency (PMA)/any authorized agency. APSFL shall be entitled to
delay or withhold the payment of any invoice or part of it delivered by SI, where APSFL disputes
such invoice or part of it provided that such a dispute is bonafide. The disputed amount shall be
settled in Resolution of dispute as per Clause 21 hereof.
4) Any delay in the delivery of the project deliverables would attract a liquidated damage per week of
0.1% of the Net Project Cost for first 2 weeks and 0.5% per week for every subsequent week. If the
liquidated damage reaches 10% of the Net Project Cost, Authority may invoke termination clause.
Liquidated damage will be computed on Net Project Cost only.
5) Penalties shall not be levied on the Successful Bidder in the following cases:
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a) There is a Force Majeure event effecting the SLA which is beyond the control of the Successful
Bidder
b) The non-compliance to the SLA has been due to reasons beyond the control of the Bidder.
c) Theft cases by default would not be considered as "beyond the control of Bidder". However,
certain cases, based on circumstances & certain locations, Authority may agree to qualify as
"beyond the control of Bidder". Damages due to any accident / mishap shall be considered as
"beyond the control of Bidder". However, Power shut down or deliberate damage to camera or
other equipments would not be considered as "beyond the control of Bidder".
6) However Damages due to Road Accident / Mishap shall be considered as "beyond the control of
Bidder".
7) Deliberate damage to camera/Pole/any other field equipment would not be considered as "beyond
the control of Bidder".
8) Bidder is advised to have stronger poles & proper housing to protect from such damages.
9) Bidder is also required to note that in case of SLAs not being made applicable for cases considered
as "beyond the control of bidders", Bidder would be still need to replace the component (if it is not
functional as per SLA) within the SLA defined for Resolution of Critical Level / Medium Level /
Low level issues. In case bidder doesn't adhere to the Issue Resolution SLA timelines, the original
SLA shall be made applicable.
The O&M phase payments shall be made only if the SLA during the corresponding period is met as per
SLA table. No deduction will be made if 80% of the baseline score as per the SLA table is achieved.
However, if the score is less than 80%, deductions will be made proportionately.
The quarterly payment shall be due at the end of every three months with first such period of three
months commencing from the Go Live Date and shall be subject to strict adherence of the respective
SLAs. If the Systems Integrator is liable for any penalty/liquidated damages as per the SLAs (refer to
the Clause 6 of this Agreement), the same shall be adjusted from quarterly payments due to the
System Integrator.
[The payment shall be inclusive of Value Added Tax or Sales Tax, Service Tax, duties, fees, levies,
charges, and commissions as applicable under the relevant Laws of India. Should there be a change in
applicable taxes / levies, the actual taxes / levies on the date of billing would prevail.]
9.3 Scope Extension
Authority reserves the right to extend the scope of services for the price & timelines as provided in this
Agreement. The SLAs applicable to this Agreement shall be liable for the additional items too.
9.4 Work Completion Timelines
List of the broad activities to be carried out by the Systems Integrator and the timelines from the date
of Work Order are given in the table below. “T” stands for the date of issuance of the Work Order and
“D” stands for date of acceptance of Integrated User Acceptance Test (UAT) and “Go Live” overall
integrated solution.
T= Date of signing of the Agreement
#
Activity
Timelines
Design Phase
1
Mobilization of Resources and preparation of the Inception Report
(including detailed project plan)
T+2 Weeks
2
Setting up of Document Cum Approval Management System
T+4 Weeks
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T= Date of signing of the Agreement
#
Activity
Timelines
Design Phase
3
Preparation of detailed Technical Architecture of the Overall System in
consultation with all the Stakeholders
4
Requirement gathering for envisaged external systems for integration
5
Preparation of FRS & Site Survey reports
6
Prepare SRS & SDD for the Entire Video Surveillance System
7
Preparation and implementation of the Surveillance system & information
security policy including policies on backup
T+10 Weeks
8
Submission of engineering drawings for approvals from various authorities
for construction
T+12 Weeks
T+8 Weeks
Phase I : Operationalization
9
Supply & Installation of Phase I edge devices and other field equipment
T+20 Weeks
10
Establishment of connectivity for Phase I Edge devices from Nearest POP
location as provided by APSFL
T+30 Weeks
11
Development, Installation and Commissioning of the Command Centers,
District Command & Control Center and viewing centers for Phase I
T +42 Weeks
12
Set up for Mobile Command Center for Phase I
T+44 Weeks
13
Integration of designated Community Surveillance & Dial 100-CAD system
& existing police CCTV cameras
T+ 46 Weeks
14
Training and Capacity Building for the Police Personnel for Phase I
15
Final Acceptance Testing for Phase I Edge devices, viewing centers Setup &
Police Station Setups
T+48 Weeks
16
Go Live for the Phase I system after Acceptance Testing (PAT & FAT)
T+51 Weeks
17
Phase II : Operationalization and Integration
Supply & Installation of Edge Devices and other field equipment for PhaseII
Establishment of connectivity for Phase I Edge devices from Nearest POP
location as provided by APSFL
T+52 Weeks
19
Addition of Incremental Items for Data Centers Infrastructure
T+66 Weeks
20
Addition of Incremental Items for Command Center Infrastructure
T+66 Weeks
21
Integration of designated other relevant IT systems
T +70 Weeks
22
Integration of designated Community Surveillance
23
Training and Capacity Building for the Police Personnel for Phase II
Final
Acceptance
Testing
(AT)
for
Phase
II
Cameras,
District/Commissionerate level Command and Control Centers, State level
Viewing Centers Setups,
18
24
25
Go Live for Phase II systems after Acceptance Testing (FAT)
27
Integrated User Acceptance Test (UAT) and “Go Live” overall integrated
solution
Commencement of Operations and Maintenance (O&M) period
28
Completion of contract period and end of O&M period
26
T+55 Weeks
T+76 Weeks
T+86 Weeks
T+100
Weeks
T+108
Weeks
D+1 Week
D+260
Weeks
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9.5 Service Level Agreement (SLA)
The System Integrator agrees and commits to a completely professional approach in the project
implementation and its operations. System Integrator shall ensure and procure compliance of each of
the service levels provided in Annexures II and IV of this Agreement. For any non-adherence or
shortfall in the SLAs, it shall pay liquidated damages as provided in Annexure II to this Agreement.
10) Use of Assets during the term
10.1 During the Term of the Agreement System Integrator shall
a) take all reasonable & proper care of the Assets which includes the entire hardware & software,
network or any other information technology infrastructure components, Deliverables used for
the Surveillance Project & other facilities leased/owned by the System Integrator (for itself or for
Authority or on behalf of Authority) exclusively in terms of their usability for the delivery of the
Deliverables/Services as per this Agreement.
b) keep all the tangible Assets in good & serviceable condition (reasonable wear & tear excepted) and
the intangible Assets suitably upgraded subject to the relevant standards as stated in the RFP to
meet the SLAs on and from the date the System Integrator acquires, takes control of and/or first
uses the Assets and during the entire Term of the Agreement.
c) ensure that any instructions or manuals supplied by the manufacturer of the Assets for use of
Assets & which are provided to the System integrator will be followed by the System Integrator &
any other person who will be responsible for the use of the Asset;
d) take such steps as may be recommended by the manufacturer of the Assets & notified to the
System Integrator or as may, in the reasonable opinion of the System Integrator, be necessary to
use the Assets in a safe manner;
e) provide a well-prepared documentation for users in the manual, a clear plan for training,
education & hand holding of the users & shall form part of hand holding phase until bringing up
the users to use software solution with speed & efficiency;
f)
To the extent that the Assets are under the control of the System Integrator, keep the Assets
suitably housed & in conformity with the Applicable Law;
g) Provide and facilitate access to Authority or its nominated agencies & any persons duly authorized
by Authority to enter any land or premises on which the Assets are for the time being sited so as to
inspect the same;
h) Not permit any of the Assets to be used in contravention of any statutory provisions or regulation
or in any way contrary to the Applicable Law;
i)
Use the Assets exclusively for the purpose of providing the Services as defined in the Agreement;
j)
Not to sell, offer for sales, assign, mortgage, encumber, pledge, sub-let or lend out any of the
Assets. System Integrator agrees that System Integrator will inform Authority immediately if
System Integrator feels or comes to know that a charge may be / has been created over any
Asset(s). In the event a charge is created over any of the Assets / Goods, Authority shall have the
right to get the charge removed at the risk, cost, expense of the System Integrator and System
Integrator shall make good all losses, damages, costs, fees, cess, duties, etc. borne or suffered by
Authority due to creation of such charge and/or in removal of such charge and/or in discharging
the obligations for removal of such charge.
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k) Use the Assets only in accordance with the terms hereof & those contained in the SLAs;
10.2
There shall be joint inspection by a team of Authority and System Integrator 18 (eighteen)
months prior to the expiry of the Term of the Agreement to assess the damages to the Assets, if
any. If damage to the Assets is found unacceptable to the Authority, the System Integrator shall
repair or rectify, at its own cost, all defects and deficiencies observed by Authority in the Assets, to
the satisfaction of the Authority. In the event that the System Integrator fails to repair or rectify
such defect or deficiency within a period of [15 (fifteen) days] from the date of notice issued by the
Authority in this regard, the Authority shall be entitled to get the same repaired or rectified at the
System Integrator’s risk and cost so as to make the Assets conform to the specifications,
performance standards and all other requirements under this Agreement. All costs incurred by the
Authority hereunder shall be reimbursed by the System Integrator to the Authority within 15
(fifteen) days of receipt of demand thereof, and in the event of default in reimbursing such costs,
the Authority shall be entitled to deduct the same from the amounts payable to the System
Integrator or recover the same through invocation of the Performance Bank Guarantee.
10.3
The System Integrator shall, at its own cost and expense, in addition to and not in derogation
of its obligations elsewhere set out in this Agreement make, or cause to be made, necessary
applications to the relevant Government Instrumentality with such particulars and details as may
be required for obtaining Applicable Permits, and obtain and keep in force and effect such
Applicable Permits in conformity with the Applicable Laws.
11) Access To Authority To Certain Locations
11.1 During the Term of the Agreement, as long as the System Integrator provides services to
Authority’s location, Authority shall, on a non-permanent basis and to the extent necessary, subject to
compliance by the System Integrator with any safety and security guidelines which may be provided
by Authority and notified to the System Integrator in writing, provide the System Integrator with:
(a) reasonable access to the location from where services are to be performed so as to enable them to
effectively carry out their obligations hereunder;
(b) subject to 11.1 (a) above, reasonable work space, access to office equipment as mutually agreed
and other related support services in such location and at such other locations Authority, if any, as
may be reasonably necessary for the System Integrator to perform its obligations hereunder.
11.2 Access to locations, office equipment and services shall be made available to the System
Integrator on an “as is, where is” basis by Authority. The System Integrator shall ensure that its
employees, agents and contractors/sub-contractors shall not use the location, services and
equipment or any component of the Surveillance Project for the following purposes:
(a) for the transmission of any material which is defamatory, offensive or abusive or of an
obscene or menacing character; or
(b) in a manner which constitutes violation of any Applicable Law or a violation or infringement
of the rights of any person (including but not limited to rights of copyright or confidentiality);
or
(c) in violation of the Authority’s code of conduct and/or internal policies.
11.3 The System Integrator shall ensure that any location, services and equipment used by its
employees, agents and contractors/ sub-contractors shall be dealt with utmost care and following
appropriate safety procedures such that no damage is caused and no untoward incident occurs. The
System Integrator shall ensure that any location and equipment made available for its use by the
Authority shall be returned in the same state as first made available.
12) Insurance Cover
12.1 Obligation to maintain insurance.
a) During the Term System Integrator must maintain standard forms of comprehensive
insurance including but not limited to public liability insurance, personal indemnity, product
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liability, workers compensation as required by Applicable Law and any other insurance that
may be necessary to protect the Surveillance Project;
b) The above insurance policies shall be for appropriate values but in any event not less than the
value of Goods and Assets, so as to cover risks of the Surveillance Project and the System
Integrator under this Agreement.
c) System Integrator shall be liable to pay premium for the insurance policy at its cost and
expense and shall ensure that each policy is renewed from time to time;
d) Insurance of Goods: The System Integrator shall take insurance for the Goods and System for
the Term at its own cost and expense for appropriate value in consultation with Authority but
in any event not less than the value of the Assets and shall apprise Authority of the premium
paid and claims made under the insurances on every 6 monthly basis. The System Integrator
shall also ensure that the Authority is a co-insured in each insurance policy.
In the event of any failure by the System Integrator to comply with the insurance requirements set out
in this Agreement, Authority may, without in any way compromising or waiving any right or remedy,
at law or in equity, upon five (5) days’ written notice to the System Integrator, purchase such
insurance, at the System Integrator’s expense, provided that Authority shall have no obligation to do
so and if Authority shall do so, the System Integrator shall not be relieved of or excused from the
obligation to obtain and maintain such insurance amounts and coverages. All such costs incurred by
Authority shall be promptly reimbursed by the System Integrator and/or may be withheld from any
payment due to System Integrator. None of the requirements contained herein as to types, limits or
Authority’s approval of insurance coverage to be maintained by the System Integrator are intended to
and shall not in any manner limit, qualify or quantify the liabilities and obligations assumed by the
System Integrator under this Agreement, or otherwise provided by law.
12.2 Certificates of currency
The System Integrator shall, on request by the Authority, provide current relevant confirmation of
insurance documentation from its insurance brokers certifying that it has insurance as required by
this Clause. The System Integrator agrees to replace any coverage prior to the date of
expiry/cancellation.
12.3 Non-compliance
Authority may, at its election, terminate this Agreement upon the failure of the System Integrator, to
maintain the required insurance coverage. Inadequate insurance coverage for any reason shall not
relieve the System Integrator of any of its obligations under this Agreement.
13) Ownership and IPRs
13.1
(i)
The System Integrator shall, at its own cost, ensure that it has all necessary rights (including
licences) in and to the Intellectual Property subsisting in the System and all Deliverables and all
matters, things or processes (including documentation, drawings and software) used or to be
used by or on behalf of the System Integrator in connection with the Surveillance Project and/or
this Agreement. The System Integrator shall not incorporate any materials, technology or any
item or thing that involves the use of Intellectual Property Rights or proprietary rights that the
System Integrator does not have right to use or license to the Authority or that may result in
claims or suits against the Authority or the System Integrator arising out of claims of
infringement of any Intellectual Property Rights or other proprietary rights.
(ii) Products and fixes: All COTS products and related solutions and fixes provided pursuant to this
Agreement shall be licensed according to the terms of the license agreement packaged with or
otherwise applicable to such product. Such licenses shall be bought on behalf of and in the name
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of Authority or mentioning Authority as the end user of such licenses. The System Integrator
shall arrange for all licenses associated with Products and Fixes. “Product” means any computer
code, web-based services, or materials comprising commercially released, pre-release or beta
products (whether licensed for a fee or no charge) and any derivatives of the foregoing which are
made available to Authority for license which is published by product owner or its affiliates, or a
third party. “Fixes” means product fixes that are either released generally (such as commercial
product service packs) or that are provided to you when performing services (such as
workarounds, patches, bug fixes, beta fixes and beta builds) and any derivatives of the foregoing.
All Intellectual Property Rights in any development/enhancement/customization etc. done on
the COTS products pursuant to this Agreement shall be owned by Authority.
13.2 Bespoke development: Upon acceptance of any bespoke development as per this Agreement or
RFP, the ownership of all IPR in any and all bespoke development done during the Term for
implementation of the Surveillance Project under this Agreement will lie with Authority. The
System Integrator shall provide source code, object code and all other relevant materials,
artefacts etc. of all bespoke development to Authority and Authority shall own all IPRs in them.
All material related to such bespoke development shall be treated as Confidential Information by
the System Integrator. This will also include any developments on COTS.
13.3 Deliverables and Pre-existing work of the System Integrator: The ownership of all IPR in any
and all documents, artefacts, etc. (including all training material) made during the Term for
implementation of the Surveillance Project under this Agreement shall lie with Authority.
Deliverables provided to APSFL by System Integrator during the course of its performance
under this Agreement, in which subject to the foregoing provisions of this Article, all right, title
and interest in and to such Deliverables, shall, as between System Integrator and APSFL,
immediately upon creation, vest in APSFL/or any other authorized department. The System
Integrator and its employees engaged hereby grant to APSFL/or any other authorized
department a worldwide, perpetual, irrevocable, non-exclusive, royalty-free, transferable, paidup right and license (including the right to grant sub-licences) to use, copy, modify (or have
modified) reproduce, adapt, transport to APSFL/or any other authorized department facilities
all Intellectual Property Rights subsisting in or in relation to the System, all Deliverables and
the Surveillance Project for the purposes of this Surveillance Project only, and prepare from
them, use and copy derivative works for the benefit of and internal use of APSFL/or any other
authorized department, such licence to survive expiry or termination of this Agreement without
limitation as to duration. APSFL/or any other authorized department rights pursuant to the
preceding sentence include the right to disclose such Intellectual Property including System
Integrator Proprietary Information to third party contractors solely for use on the Surveillance
Project provided that all such third party contractors execute, deliver and comply with any
customary confidentiality and non-disclosure agreements reasonably required by APSFL.
13.4
Third Party Products: The System Integrator shall perform all acts necessary to obtain and
continue to have all necessary licenses, approvals, consents of third Parties free from any
encumbrances and all necessary technology, hardware and software to enable it to provide the
Services and perform all its obligations under this Agreement. If license agreements are
necessary or appropriate between the System Integrator and third parties for purposes of
enabling/ enforcing/ implementing the provisions hereinabove, the System Integrator shall be
under an obligation to enter into such agreements at its own sole cost, expense and risk. The
System Integrator shall notify the Authority within [five (5)] days of entering into such
agreements and provide copies thereof to the Authority.
14) Transfer of risk and ownership in goods
a) Subject to the terms of this Agreement, System Integrator shall sell, assign, convey, transfer
and deliver to Authority, and the Authority shall purchase, receive and accept from the System
Integrator, all right, title and interest in and to the Goods required to be provided by the
System Integrator as per the RFP. The System Integrator shall not make any substitute for the
Goods of any other model, capacity, or manufacturer without the prior written consent of
Authority.
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b) The System Integrator shall arrange for delivery of the Goods to the delivery site identified by
Authority (the “Delivery Site”) as per the Timelines provided in the RFP unless otherwise
notified by Authority. In addition to paying all transportation charges for the Goods, the
System Integrator shall insure, and pay all insurance charges for the Goods.
c) Title to and Ownership of the Goods hereunder shall remain vested in System Integrator until
written Acceptance and on Go Live of the Surveillance Project by Authority under the terms
hereof, at which time title to and ownership of such Goods shall transfer to the Authority. In
the event this Agreement is terminated prior to expiry of its Term in accordance with the
provisions hereof, the title to and ownership of the Goods shall transfer automatically to the
Authority on the date of such termination. Upon transfer of ownership of the Goods to
Authority, the System Integrator shall treat such Goods as Assets as detailed above in this
Agreement.
d) Notwithstanding the transfer of ownership of the Goods to Authority, the risk of loss in Goods
shall remain with the System Integrator during the Term of the Agreement or till effective
date of earlier termination of this Agreement.
15) Security and safety
a) The System Integrator shall comply with the directions issued from time to time for Design,
Development, Implementation and Management of Cloud based IP CCTV Surveillance System
in AP and follow the best industry standards related to the security and safety (including those
as specified by Authority from time to time) in so far as it applies to the provision of the
Services.
b) System Integrator shall also comply with the Authority’s information technology security and
standard policies in force from time to time as applicable.
c) System Integrator shall report forthwith in writing to the Authority all identified attempts
(whether successful or not) by unauthorised persons either to gain access to or interfere with
Authority’s data, facilities or Confidential Information.
d) The System Integrator shall upon reasonable request by Authority or its nominee(s)
participate in regular meetings when safety and information technology security matters are
reviewed.
e) As per the provisions of this Agreement, System Integrator shall promptly report in writing to
the Authority any act or omission which they are aware that could have an adverse effect on
the proper conduct of safety and information technology security at Authority’s APSFL/State
Police department facilities.
f)
The System Integrator understands the sensitivity of the Surveillance Project and shall not, by
act or omission, put at risk or cause to be put at risk the security of the Confidential
Information.
g) The System Integrator shall ensure the security and safety of all Confidential Information in
accordance with Clause 30 (a) of this Agreement and any and all Applicable Laws, including,
but not limited to the Information Technology Act, 2000 and the Rules thereunder, as may be
modified from time to time.
h) Specifically, and without limiting the generality of the foregoing, the System Integrator
undertakes to implement such reasonable security practices and procedures as prescribed
under Rule 8 of the Information Technology (Reasonable Security Practices and Procedures
and Sensitive Personal Data or Information) Rules, 2011, read with Section 43A of the
Information Technology Act, 2000, and any other similar practices and procedures which
may come into force at a later date.
16) Indemnity
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16.1 The System Integrator undertakes to indemnify, save, hold harmless and defend Authority and its
officers, servants, employees and agents promptly upon demand and at its expense, any time and from
time to time, from and against any and all suits, proceedings, actions, demands, losses, claims,
damages, liabilities, costs (including reasonable attorney’s fees and disbursements) and expenses
(collectively, “Losses”) to which the Authority may become subject, in so far as such Losses arise out
of, in any way relate to, arise or result from
(i) claims by third Parties that any Deliverable (or the access, use or other rights thereto) or any
equipment, Software, information, Service, methods of operation or other intellectual property
used, created, submitted etc. by System Integrator or sub-contractors pursuant to this Agreement
or incorporated in or related to the Surveillance Project infringes any Intellectual Property Right
(including, without limitation, a copyright, patent, trade mark, trade name, trade design etc.) of
any third party provided the System Integrator will not indemnify the Authority, if such claim is
caused by (a) the Authority’s misuse or modification of the Deliverables; (b) the Authority’s failure
to use corrections or enhancements made available by the System Integrator; (c) the Authority’s
use, without prior written intimation to the System Integrator, of the Deliverables in combination
with any product or information not owned or developed or supplied by the System Integrator or
its subcontractors. In addition to the foregoing indemnity obligations, if any of the Deliverables is
or likely to be held to be infringing, the System Integrator shall at its expense and option either (i)
procure the right for the Authority to continue using it, (ii) replace it with a non-infringing
equivalent, (iii) modify it to make it non-infringing and the System Integrator agrees and confirms
that any such action shall not constitute a change of scope under this Agreement.
(ii) any compensation/ claim or proceeding by any third party against Authority arising out of any act,
deed or omission by the System Integrator;
(iii) claim filed by a workman or employee engaged by the System Integrator for carrying out work related
to this Agreement;
(iv) any breach by the System Integrator of any of its obligations under this Agreement or from any
negligence under the Agreement, including any errors or deficiencies in the design documents, or
tort or on any other ground whatsoever;
(v) failure of the System Integrator to comply with Applicable Laws and Applicable Permits;
(vi) payment of taxes required to be made by the System Integrator in respect of the income or other taxes
of the sub-contractors, suppliers and representatives; or
(vii)
non-payment of amounts due as a result of goods, materials or services furnished to the System
Integrator or any of its sub-contractors which are payable by the System Integrator or any of its
sub-contractors.
16.2 General Indemnity
The System Integrator shall keep the Authority and it’s officers, servants and agents indemnified from
and against all suits, proceedings, actions, demands, losses, claims, damages, compensation, litigation
etc. including attorney’s fees and damages on account of bodily injury, death or damage to tangible
personal property arising in favour of any person, corporation or other entity (including the
Authority) attributable to the System Integrator's or any of its sub-contractors’ performance or nonperformance under this Agreement or Systems Integrator’s or any of its sub-contractors’ gross
negligence, wilful default, lack of due care or breach of terms of this Agreement or failure to comply
with Applicable Laws.
16.3 Notice and contest of claims
16.3.1
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i. The Authority, as promptly as practicable, shall inform the System Integrator in writing upon
receipt of any notice of claim or proceedings setting out in reasonable particulars, the details
of such notice of claim;
ii. Immediately upon receipt of notification of any claim from the Authority, the System
Integrator shall within a period of 5 (five) days from date of receipt of such notice from the
Authority, notify the Authority whether the System Integrator wishes to take the lead in the
defence in relation to such claim. Thereafter, the System Integrator shall be entitled in
consultation with the Authority, and only to the extent such action does not in any manner
compromise, prejudice or adversely affect the interests of the Authority, to take such action as
mutually agreed upon by System Integrator and the Authority to avoid, dispute, deny, resist,
appeal, compromise or consent such claim, within a period of 30 (thirty) days from the date of
receipt of such claim notification. Provided that the System integrator’s right to take lead on
the defence in relation to any claim as envisaged hereunder shall be subject to Applicable
Laws;
iii. Upon notice by the System Integrator, the Authority shall reasonably co-operate with the
System Integrator at the sole costs of the System Integrator, only to the extent the same does
not in any manner compromise, prejudice or adversely affect the rights of the Authority. The
Authority shall have the right, at its option, to participate in the defence of such claim;
iv. The Authority shall, at the cost and expenses of the System Integrator, give the System
Integrator reasonable assistance in the defence of such claim including reasonable access to
all relevant information, documentation and personnel. The System Integrator shall bear cost
and expenses and fees of the Attorney on behalf of the Authority in the proceedings.
16.3.2 If the System Integrator fails to take any action as per the Clause 16.3.1 above within the time
period as specified therein, the Authority shall have the right, in its absolute discretion, to
take such action as it may deem necessary to avoid, dispute, deny, resist, appeal, compromise
or contest or settle any claim (including without limitation, making claims or counterclaims
against third parties). If the System Integrator does not take lead on the defense of a claim as
provided in this Clause, the entire defense, negotiation or settlement of such claim by the
Authority shall be deemed to have been consented to by, and shall be binding upon, System
Integrator as fully as though the System Integrator alone had led the defense thereof and a
judgement had been entered into by the System Integrator, for such claim in respect of the
settlement or judgement.
16.3.3 All settlements or compromise of claims subject to indemnification under this Clause 16 will:
(a) be entered into only with the consent of the Authority and include an unconditional
release to the Authority from the claimant for all liability in respect of such claim; & (b)
include appropriate confidentiality agreement prohibiting disclosure of the terms of such
settlement;
16.3.4 In the event that the System Integrator is obligated to indemnify the Authority pursuant to
this Clause 16, the System Integrator will, upon payment of such indemnity amount in full, be
subrogated to all rights & defences of the Authority with respect to the claims to which such
indemnification relates;
16.3.5
In the event that the System Integrator is obligated to indemnify the Authority pursuant to
this Clause 16, the Authority shall be entitled to invoke the Performance Bank Guarantee if
such indemnity amount is not paid, either in full or in part. Upon the invocation of the
Performance Bank Guarantee and appropriation of proceeds thereunder by the Authority, the
System Integrator shall be subrogated to all rights & defence of the Authority with respect to
the claims to which such indemnification relates.
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16.3.6 The provisions of this Clause 16 shall survive termination of this Agreement.
17) Publicity
Except as required by law, System Integrator shall not publish or permit to be published either along
or in conjunction with any other person any press release, information, article, photograph,
illustration or any other material of whatever kind relating to the Surveillance Project, this Agreement
or the SLA without the explicit written permission of the Authority.
18) Representations
18.1
Representations of the System Integrators
The System Integrator warrants and represents to the Authority that:
i. it is duly organized and validly existing under the laws of India and it has full capacity and
authority and all necessary approvals to enter into and to perform its obligations under this
Agreement and to carry out the transactions contemplated hereby;
ii. it has taken all necessary corporate and other actions under laws applicable to its business to
authorize the execution and delivery of this Agreement and to validly exercise its rights and
perform its obligations under this Agreement;
iii. it has the financial standing and capacity to undertake the Surveillance Project and obligations in
accordance with the terms of this Agreement;
iv. in providing the Services, it shall use reasonable endeavours not to cause any unnecessary
disruption to Authority’ normal business operations;
v. This Agreement is executed by a duly authorized representative of the System Integrator and
constitutes a legal, valid and binding obligation, enforceable against it in accordance with the
terms hereof, and its obligations under this Agreement shall be legally valid, binding and
enforceable against it in accordance with the terms hereof;
vi. the information furnished in the Proposal is true and accurate in all respects as at the date of this
Agreement;
vii. the execution, delivery and performance of this Agreement shall not conflict with, result in the
breach of, constitute a default of any of the terms of its Memorandum and Articles of Association
or any Applicable Laws or any covenant, contract, agreement, arrangement, understanding,
decree or order to which it is a party or by which it or any of its properties or assets is bound or
affected;
viii. there are no material actions, suits, proceedings, or investigations pending or, to its knowledge,
threatened against it at law or in equity before any court or before any other judicial, quasijudicial or other authority, the outcome of which may result in the breach of this Agreement or
which individually or in the aggregate may result in any impairment of its ability to perform any of
its obligations under this Agreement;
ix. there is no violation or default with respect to any order, writ, injunction or decree of any court or
any legally binding order of any Government Instrumentality which may result in any adverse
effect on its ability to perform its obligations under this Agreement and no fact or circumstance
exists which may give rise to such proceedings that would adversely affect the performance of its
obligations under this Agreement;
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x. it has complied with Applicable Laws in all material respects and has not been subject to any fines,
penalties, injunctive relief or any other civil or criminal liabilities which individually or in the
aggregate have or may have an adverse effect on its ability to perform its obligations under this
Agreement;
xi. no sums, in cash or kind, have been paid or shall be paid, by it or on its behalf, to any person by
way of fees, commission or otherwise for entering into this Agreement or for influencing or
attempting to influence any officer or employee of Authority in connection therewith.
xii. The System Integrator is experienced in managing and providing works similar to the Services
and Deliverables and that it will perform the Services and provide, operate and maintain the
Deliverables with all due skill, care and diligence so as to comply with service level agreement;
xiii. The Services will be provided and rendered by appropriately qualified, trained and experienced
personnel as mentioned in the RFP ;
xiv. System Integrator has and will have all necessary licenses, approvals, consents of third Parties
free from any encumbrances and all necessary technology, hardware and software to enable it to
provide the Services and perform all its obligations under this Agreement;
xv. it shall undertake the Surveillance Project and obligations thereto in accordance with Applicable
Laws;
19) Warranty
19.1
(i) The System Integrator represents, warrants and covenants that:
(a) the System Integrator is the lawful owner of the Goods (including those Goods and Deliverables
that are to be transferred to Authority as per the RFP and this Agreement) and the lawful owner or
licensee of the materials used in the performance of the Services and delivery of Deliverables,
(b) the bespoke development and such materials have been lawfully developed or acquired by the
System Integrator, and
(c) The System Integrator has the right to sell the Goods to Authority and to grant Authority the
rights to the bespoke development and such materials, including the rights of access to and use of the
bespoke development, which it grants under this Agreement, without the consent of any other person
or entity.
(ii) The System Integrator shall provide a warranty for a period of sixty months from the Go-Live Date
(“Warranty Period”), for all the components, equipment, Goods, Software and hardware
manufactured, developed or supplied by it or any third party for the purpose of performing its
obligations under this Agreement including delivering the Deliverables and providing Services
under "Service Level Agreement" as per the provisions of this Agreement. The System Integrator
represents warrants and covenants that during the Warranty Period it will promptly provide
Authority with any and all maintenance modifications, enhancements, and related documentation
which the System Integrator or its OEM makes available to any other person or entity.
iii. The System Integrator shall ensure defect free operation of the entire System and shall replace
any such components, equipment, software and hardware which are found defective and during
the entire Warranty Period, the System Integrator shall apply all the latest
upgrades/patches/releases and Fixes for the software after appropriate testing. No additional
costs shall be paid separately for the warranty other than what are the costs quoted by the System
Integrator as included in the Net Project Cost and specified in the Agreement.
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iv. If the System Integrator uses in the course of the provision of the Services, components,
equipment, software and hardware manufactured by any third party and which are embedded in
the Deliverables or are essential for the successful use of the Deliverables, it will pass through
third party manufacturer's Warranties relating to those components, equipment, Software and
hardware to the extent possible.
v. In the event certain obligations extended by a subcontractor or vendor to the System Integrator
(including any warranties) should extend beyond the Warranty Period specified in the Agreement,
the Authority shall automatically be entitled to the benefit thereof.
vi. The overall system design shall be such that there is no choking point/ bottleneck anywhere in the
System (end-to-end) which can affect the performance/ SLAs.
19.2 Warranty for Goods
i. System Integrator warrants that the Goods supplied under the Agreement and all of its parts and
components are new, unused, of the most recent higher version /models and incorporate all
recent improvements in design and materials unless provided otherwise in the Agreement.
ii. The System Integrator further warrants that the Goods supplied under this Agreement shall have
no defects arising from design, materials or workmanship under normal use and that the Goods
shall remain in good working order during the Warranty Period.
iii. That the Goods are and shall remain throughout the Warranty Period eligible for maintenance
under the OEM’s standard maintenance agreement.
iv. That System Integrator shall acquire and continue to have good and clear title on the Goods, free
and clear of any and all charges and encumbrances and shall have right to uninterrupted use of
such Goods;
19.3 Warranties for Software
i.
The System Integrator represents warrants and covenants that on and from the Go-Live Date and
for the Warranty Period, the Software will be free of material programming errors and will
operate and conform to the respective Software’s Documentation including, inter alia, SRS
(System Requirement Specification) and other manuals. The System Integrator also represents
warrants and covenants that the medium on which the Software is contained when delivered to
Authority will be free from defects in material or workmanship and shall be free from any
viruses, bugs etc.
ii.
The System Integrator represents warrants and covenants that the technical Documentation
delivered to Authority for the system will be sufficient to allow a reasonably knowledgeable
information technology professional to maintain and support such Software. The System
Integrator represents warrants and covenants that the user Documentation for the System will
accurately describe in terms understandable to a typical end user the functions and features of
the System and the procedures for exercising such functions and features.
19.4
Warranty for Services
The System Integrator represents warrants and covenants that all services under this Agreement will
be performed with promptness and diligence and will be executed in a workmanlike and professional
manner, in accordance with the practices and high professional standards used in well-managed
operations performing services similar to the services under this Agreement. The System Integrator
represents warrants and covenants that it shall use adequate numbers of qualified individuals with
suitable training, education, experience and skill to perform the services hereunder.
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19.5 If during the Warranty Period of any component mentioned above, any of the warranties are
found breached, the System Integrator shall promptly (but in no event more than 7 (seven) days), in
consultation and agreement with Authority, and at the System Integrator’s sole cost, repair, replace,
or otherwise make good such default, defect or deficiency as well as any damage to the Surveillance
Project caused by such default, defect or deficiency. Any component that has been repaired or
replaced by the System Integrator shall be delivered at the Authority’s designated place without any
additional costs to the Authority. Ownership of any component that has been replaced under this
clause by the System Integrator shall upon acceptance by the Authority be transferred to the Authority
and become the property of the Authority as all other Goods in accordance with the provisions of this
Agreement. The System Integrator shall use best efforts to ensure that such repair, replacement etc.
shall be accomplished through a “hot” swap without any loss of production time or stoppage of or
adverse impact on Authority’s or System’s operations. If the System cannot be used by reason of such
default, defect or deficiency and/or making good of such default, defect or deficiency, the Warranty
Period for the System shall be extended by a period equal to the period during which the System or
any of its components could not be used by Authority because of such defect and/or making good of
such default, defect or deficiency. Notwithstanding the foregoing, these are not the sole and exclusive
remedies available to Authority in case of breach of any warranty and are also not the sole and
exclusive obligations on the System Integrator in case of breach of any warranty.
Further, subject to the fulfilment of the obligations of the System Integrator as provided hereinabove,
in the event that such warranties cannot be enforced by Authority, the System Integrator will enforce
such warranties on behalf of Authority and pass on to Authority, the benefit of any other remedy
received in relation to such warranties.
19.6 Notwithstanding what has been stated elsewhere in this Agreement, in the event the System
Integrator is unable to meet the obligations pursuant to the implementation of the Project, Operations
and Maintenance Services and any related scope of work as stated in this Agreement and the
Schedules attached herein, Authority shall have the right to invoke the Performance Bank Guarantee.
20) Force Majeure
20.1 Neither Party shall be liable for delay in performing its obligations or for failure to perform its
obligations under this Agreement to the extent such delay or failure results from any event of Force
Majeure. For purposes of this Clause, “Force Majeure” means any act, event or circumstances, or
combination of acts, events or circumstances, which materially and adversely affects the affected
Party’s performance of its obligations pursuant to the terms of this Agreement, but only if and to the
extent that such acts, events or circumstances are not within the affected Party’s reasonable control,
were not the fault of the affected Party, were not foreseeable by the affected Party, and could not have
been prevented or reasonably overcome or mitigated by the affected Party through the exercise of
reasonable skill or care. Force Majeure will include the following events or circumstances to the extent
they or their consequences satisfy the foregoing requirements: acts of God such as earthquakes, floods
etc., acts or omissions of Government Instrumentality (provided that such acts or omissions are not
attributable to any default or negligence of the Party claiming Force Majeure), fire, explosion,
epidemics, quarantine, labour strikes (other than those labour strikes limited to the System
Integrator’s or its subcontractor’s personnel), civil commotion; provided that under no circumstances
shall shortages of labour or materials, increase in material costs or labour disputes be considered
Force Majeure.
20.2 Any Party claiming relief on account of an event of Force Majeure shall, as a condition precedent
to any entitlement to such relief,
(a) notify in writing the other Party (along with all relevant details) of the existence of such Force
Majeure event as soon as possible but in any event within [2 (two) days] of the occurrence of such
Force Majeure event;
(b) shall, along with the notice, provide reasonable proof of the adverse effect of the Force Majeure
event on the performance of its obligations under the Agreement, and that the delay/ adverse effect on
its performance is not attributable to any act or default on its own account; and
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(c) shall take all reasonable endeavours (including through expenditure of reasonable sums of money)
to minimize any such delay in performance.
20.3 If the other Party disputes the claim for relief under Force Majeure it shall give the claiming
Party written notice of such dispute within 30 (thirty) days of such notice. Such dispute shall be dealt
with in accordance with the dispute resolution mechanism in accordance with Clause 21. Unless
otherwise directed by the Authority in writing, the System Integrator shall continue to perform its
obligations under the resultant Agreement as far as it is reasonably practical, and shall seek all
reasonable alternative means for performance of services not prevented by the existence of a Force
Majeure event.
20.4 Upon cessation of the Force Majeure event, the Parties shall within [2 (two) days thereof] notify
Authority in writing of the cessation and the Parties shall as soon as practicable under the
circumstances, continue performance of their respective obligations under this Agreement.
20.5 In the event of delay in performance attributable to the presence of a Force Majeure event,
Authority reserves the right to extend the time for performance by a period(s) equivalent to the
duration of such delay. Any extension of time granted by the Authority shall neither entitle the System
Integrator to claim any increase in the Total as well as Net Project Cost, or any additional costs nor
shall it release the System Integrator from performing any of the obligations under this Agreement.
20.6 If the performance of the Agreement is delayed by reason of the effects of Force Majeure events
continuing to persist for a continuous period of 30 (thirty) days, the Authority and the System
Integrator shall hold consultations with each other [to decide whether to terminate this Agreement,
subject to discharge of accrued liabilities until the date of termination, or to continue its execution on
such terms as may be mutually agreed upon].
20.7 System Integrator shall at its own cost, take all steps reasonably required to remedy and mitigate
the effects of the Force Majeure event and restore its ability to perform its obligations under this
Agreement as soon as reasonably practicable.
20.8 Notwithstanding anything to the contrary mentioned above, the decision of the Authority shall
be final and binding on the System Integrator.
21) Resolution of Disputes
21.1 The Authority and the System Integrator shall make every effort to amicably settle all disputes or
claims arising out of, under, in connection with or relating to this Agreement or the breach,
interpretation, termination or validity thereof (“Dispute”). If within 30 (thirty) days from the
commencement of such amicable settlement process, the Authority and the System Integrator are
unable to resolve amicably such dispute, the matter will be referred to the Managing Director, APSFL,
and his / her opinion shall be taken.
21.2 If the System Integrator doesn’t agree with the opinion of the Managing Director, APSFL, the
matter shall be referred by either Party for arbitration to a panel of three Arbitrators: one Arbitrator to
be nominated by Authority, the other one to be nominated by the System Integrator and a third
Arbitrator to be appointed by the two arbitrators jointly. If the Parties fail to appoint their respective
arbitrators and/ or if the appointed arbitrators fail to appoint a third arbitrator within 30 days of the
notice referring the Dispute for arbitration, then the appointment of the arbitrators shall be in
accordance with the Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996. The award of the Arbitrators shall be final
and binding on the parties. Proceedings under this clause shall be subject to relevant provisions of the
Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996. The arbitration proceedings shall be in the English language
and the venue of such arbitration shall be in Andhra Pradesh only. Cost of arbitration and the fees of
the third arbitrator shall be borne by equally by each Party. However, expenses incurred by each party
in connection with the preparation and presentation of its case before the arbitral panel and the fees
of its respective arbitrator shall be borne by the Party itself. The provisions of this clause shall survive
termination of this Agreement.
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22) Risk Purchase Clause
In the event System Integrator fails to execute the Surveillance Project as stipulated in the Timelines,
or to the satisfaction of the Authority or fails to perform its obligations (or any part thereof) under this
Agreement or if the Agreement is terminated by the Authority due to breach of any obligations of the
System Integrator under this Agreement, Authority reserves the right to procure similar or equivalent
services/ Deliverables from the next eligible Bidder or from another alternate source at the risk, cost
and responsibility of the System Integrator. Any incremental cost borne by the Authority in procuring
such services/ Deliverables shall be borne by the System Integrator. Any such incremental cost
incurred in the procurement of the such services/ Deliverables from alternative source shall be
recovered from the undisputed pending due and payable payments, the Performance Bank Guarantee
provided by the System Integrator under this Agreement and if the value of the services/Deliverables
under risk purchase exceeds the amounts, recoverable from pending due and payable payments, the
Performance Bank Guarantee the same may be recovered if necessary by due legal process.
23) Limitation of Liability towards the Authority
23.1
The System Integrator shall be liable to the Authority for loss or damage occurred or caused
or likely to occur on account of any act of omission on the part of the System Integrator and
its employees, including loss caused to Authority on account of defect in Goods or deficiency
in Services or any other Deliverables on the part of System Integrator or its agents or any
person / persons claiming through or under said System Integrator. However, such liability of
System Integrator under this Agreement shall not exceed 100% of the Total Project Cost.
23.2
Except as otherwise provided herein, in no event shall either Party be liable for any
consequential, incidental, indirect, special or punitive damage, loss or expenses (including but
not limited to business interruption, lost business, lost profits, or lost savings) nor for any
third party claims, even if it has been advised of their possible existence.
23.3
This limitation of liability provided in Clause 23.1 and Clause 23.2 shall not limit the System
Integrator’s liability for the indemnity obligations of the System Integrator as agreed in this
Agreement. Notwithstanding the foregoing, the overall liability under indemnity for damage
to tangible personal property arising in favor of any person, corporation or other entity
(including the Authority) attributable to the Indemnifying Party's performance or nonperformance under this Agreement shall be limited to 100% of the Total Project Cost.
24) Data Ownership
All the data, including but not limited to Confidential Information, created as the part of the
Surveillance Project shall be owned by Authority. The System Integrator shall take utmost care in
maintaining security, confidentiality, integrity and backup of this data, in accordance with Applicable
Law. Access to the data / systems shall be given by the System Integrator strictly only to the personnel
working on the Surveillance Project who have a need to know such data for accomplishing the
Surveillance Project and who are bound by obligations of confidentiality no less restrictive as provided
in this Agreement and their names & contact details shall be shared with Authority in advance.
Authority / its authorized representative(s) shall have the right to conduct periodic / surprise security
reviews and audits, to ensure the compliance by the System Integrator to data / system security.
25) Conflict of Interest
25.1
A “Conflict of Interest” is any situation that might cause an impartial observer to
reasonably question whether System Integrator actions are influenced by considerations of
your firm’s interest at the cost of Government. The System Integrator agrees that it shall hold
the Authority’s interest paramount, without any consideration for future work, and strictly
avoid any Conflict of Interest with other assignments of a similar nature. In the event the
System Integrator foresees a Conflict of Interest, the System Integrator shall notify the
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Authority forthwith and seek its approval prior to entering into any arrangement with a third
party which is likely to create a Conflict of Interest.
25.2
The System Integrator shall disclose to the Authority in writing, all actual and potential
Conflicts of Interest that exist, arise or may arise (either for the System Integrator or its team)
during the term of the Agreement as soon as it becomes aware of such a conflict.
26) Fraud and Corruption
The SI shall observe the highest standards of ethics during the execution of the Agreement. For the
purpose of this provision, the following terms shall have the meaning set forth as follows:
a.
“Corrupt Practice” means the offering, giving, receiving or soliciting of anything of value to
influence the action of the Authority in contract executions.
b. "Fraudulent Practice" means a misrepresentation of facts, in order to influence a procurement
process or the execution of a contract to APSFL, and includes collusive practice among bidders
(prior to or after Proposal submission) designed to establish Proposal prices at artificially high or
non-competitive levels and to deprive APSFL of the benefits of free and open competition.
c.
“Unfair Trade Practices” means supply of services different from what is ordered on, or change in
the Scope of Work which is provided in [Part 2].
d. “Coercive Practices” means harming or threatening to harm, directly or indirectly, persons or their
property to influence their participation in the execution of the Agreement.
In the event the System Integrator or any of the System Integrator’s personnel or the System
Integrator’s sub-contractors or such sub-contractor’s personnel indulges or is found to have indulged
in any Corrupt Practice, Fraudulent Practice, Unfair Trade Practices or Coercive practices, the
Authority shall have the right to terminate the Agreement and initiate black-listing of the SI.
27) Exit Management
(i) Exit Management Purpose
This clause sets out the provisions, which will apply during Exit Management period. The Parties shall
ensure that their respective associated entities carry out their respective obligations set out in this Exit
Management Clause.
The exit management period starts, in case of expiry of the Agreement, at least 6 (six) months prior to
the expiry of the Term of the Agreement or in case of termination of Agreement, on the effective date
of termination of the Agreement. In the case of termination of any part of the Agreement or Services,
the provisions of this Clause shall, mutatis mutandis, apply to the part of Agreement or Services
terminated. The exit management period shall end on the date agreed upon by the Authority or Six
months after the beginning of the exit management period, whichever is earlier.
(ii) Confidential Information, Security and Data
Systems Integrator will promptly on the commencement of the exit management period, supply to the
Authority or its nominated agencies the following:
a)
Information relating to the current services rendered and performance data relating to the
performance of the Services; Documentation relating to Surveillance Project, Project’s Intellectual
Property Rights; any other data and Confidential Information related to the Surveillance Project
including but not limited to documentation relating to sub-contractors;
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b)
All current and updated Surveillance Project data as is reasonably required for purposes of the
Surveillance Project or for transitioning of the Assets and Services to its Replacing System
Integrator in a readily available Format.
c)
All other information (including but not limited to documents, records and agreements) relating
to the services reasonably necessary to enable the Authority and its nominated agencies, or its
Replacing System Integrator to carry out due diligence in order to transition the provision of the
Assets and Services to Authority or its Replacing System Integrator (as the case may be).
d)
Before the expiry of the exit management period, the System Integrator shall deliver to the
Authority or its nominated agency all new or up-dated materials from the categories set out
above (or any other information and data requested by the Authority) and shall not retain any
copies thereof, except that the System Integrator may be permitted to retain one copy of such
materials for archival purposes only as approved by the Authority.
e)
The System Integrator is prohibited from retaining any and all Confidential Information upon
expiry of the exit management period. On completion of the exit management period, the System
Integrator shall completely wipe all Confidential Information and data from the System
Integrator’s system s, in a manner which renders such Confidential Information and data
irretrievable, and provide a certificate to the Authority stating the completion of wiping of all
such data and information. The Authority shall have the right to ensure and verify, on its own or
through an independent agency, all confidential information and data has been deleted from the
System Integrator’s system.
(iii) Employees
Promptly on reasonable request at any time during the exit management period, the System
Integrator shall, subject to Applicable Laws (including in particular those relating to privacy) provide
to the Authority a list of all employees (with job titles and communication address) of the System
Integrator, dedicated to providing the services at the commencement of the exit management period;
Authority or Replacing System Integrator may make an offer of contract for services to such employee
of the System Integrator and the System Integrator shall not enforce or impose any contractual
provision that would prevent any such employee from being hired by the Authority or any Replacing
System Integrator.
(iv) Cooperation And Provision Of Information
(i)
During the exit management period:
a)
The System Integrator will allow the Authority or its nominated agency access
to information reasonably required to define the then current mode of operation
associated with the provision of the Services to enable the Authority to assess the existing
services being delivered;
b)
The System Integrator, on reasonable request by the Authority, shall promptly
provide access to and copies (hard and soft copies as deemed necessary by the Authority)
of all information held or controlled by the System Integrator which it has prepared or
maintained in accordance with this Agreement relating to any material aspect of the
Services (whether provided by the previous System Integrator, the System Integrator or
sub-contractors appointed by the System Integrator). The Authority shall be entitled to
copy of all such information. Such information shall include details pertaining to the
services rendered and other performance data. The System Integrator shall permit the
Authority and/or its nominated agencies to have reasonable access to the employees
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engaged for providing services and facilities as reasonably required by the Authority to
understand the methods of delivery of the services employed by the System Integrator
and to assist appropriate knowledge transfer.
(ii)
During the exit management period, the Replacing System Integrator shall submit periodic
reports on the progress of the transition with the Authority and the System Integrator. The
System Integrator shall ensure that any deficiencies highlighted in such reports shall be
resolved to the satisfaction of the Authority.
(v) Transfer Of Certain Agreements
On request by the Authority or its nominated agency the System Integrator shall effect such
assignments, transfers, licences and sub-licences as the Authority may require in favour of the
Authority or its nominated agencies or its Replacing System Integrator in relation to any equipment
lease, maintenance or service provision agreement between the System Integrator and third party
lessors, and which are related to the services and reasonably necessary for the carrying out of
replacement services by the Authority or its nominated agency or its Replacing System Integrator.
(vi) Rights of Access to Information
At any time during the exit management period, the System Integrator will be obliged to provide
access of information to Authority and / or any Replacing System Integrator in order to make an
inventory of the Assets (including hardware / Software / Active / passive), documentations, manuals,
catalogues, archive data, Live data, policy documents or any other material related to the Surveillance
Project.
(vii)
Rights of Access To Premises
(i) At any time during the exit management period, where Assets are located at the System
Integrator’s premises, the System Integrator will be obliged to give reasonable rights of
access to (or, in the case of Assets located on a third party's premises, procure reasonable
rights of access to) the Authority or its nominated agency and/or any Replacing System
Integrator in order to make an inventory of the Assets.
(ii) The System Integrator shall also give the Authority or its nominated agency or its
nominated agencies, or any Replacing System Integrator right of reasonable access to the
System Integrator’s premises and shall procure the Authority or its nominated agency or its
nominated agencies and any Replacing System Integrator rights of access to relevant third
party premises during the exit management period and for such period of time following
termination or expiry of the Agreement as is reasonably necessary to migrate the services to
the Authority or its nominated agency, or a Replacing System Integrator.
(viii)
General Obligations of the SI
(i) The System Integrator shall provide all such information as may reasonably be necessary to
effect as seamless handover as practicable in the circumstances to the Authority or its
nominated agency or its Replacing System Integrator and which the System Integrator has
in its possession or control at any time during the exit management period.
(ii) For the purposes of this Clause, anything in the possession or control of any System
Integrator, associated entity, or sub-contractor is deemed to be in the possession or control
of the System Integrator.
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(iii) The System Integrator shall commit adequate resources to comply with its obligations under
the Exit Management Schedule.
28) Termination of Contract
28.1
Events of Default by the System Integrator
i. The following events shall constitute an events of default by the System Integrator (“Event of
Default”):
 If the System Integrator fails to deliver any or all of the project requirements /
operationalization / go-live of the project within the Timelines specified in the Agreement;
or
 the System Integrator has failed to remedy a failure to perform its obligations in
accordance with the specifications issued by the Authority, despite being served with a
default notice which laid down the specific deviance on the part of the System Integrator to
comply with any stipulations or standards as laid down by the Authority; or
 the System Integrator fails to conform with any of the service specifications as set out in
the RFP or this Agreement or has failed to adhere to any amended direction, modification
or clarification as issued by the Authority during the term of this Agreement and which the
Authority deems proper and necessary for the execution of the scope of work under this
Agreement;
 the System Integrator fails to demonstrate or sustain any representation or warranty made
by it in this Agreement, with respect to any of the terms of its [Proposal], the RFP and this
Agreement; the System Integrator’s ability to survive as an independent corporate entity is
threatened or is lost owing to any reason whatsoever, including inter-alia the filing of any
proceedings for bankruptcy, insolvency or winding up against the System Integrator or an
appointment of receiver, liquidator, assignee, or similar official against or in relation to the
System Integrator, any failure by the System Integrator to pay any of its dues to its
creditors, the institution of any winding up proceedings against the System Integrator or
the happening of any such events that are adverse to the commercial viability of the System
Integrator;
 where it comes to the Authority’s attention that the System Integrator (or the System
Integrator’s Team) is in a position of actual Conflict Of Interest with the interests of the
Authority, in relation to any of terms of the System Integrator’s Proposal, the RFP or this
Agreement.
 The System Integrator or its team has failed to comply with or is in breach or
contravention of any Applicable Laws;
 The System Integrator fails to comply with any material terms and conditions of this
Agreement;
 The Authority’s right to terminate the Agreement under Clause 6.3 hereof having
triggered;
 The Authority’s right to terminate the Agreement under Clause 26 hereof having triggered;
ii. Where there has been an occurrence of such Event of Default, inter alia as stated above,
Authority shall provide the System Integrator with a written notice of 30 (thirty) days setting
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out specific defaults / deviances / omissions and instructing the System Integrator to cure any
breach/ default of the Contract, if the Authority is of the view that the breach may be rectified.
Provided that no notice from the Authority shall be required in case of an Event of Default
mentioned under Clause 28.1 (i) (g) and (h) above.
iii. Where despite the issuance of a default notice to the System Integrator by the Authority the
System Integrator fails to remedy the default to the satisfaction of the Authority, the Authority
may, proceed to adopt such remedies as may be available to the Authority including but not
limited to the remedies provided herein below in Clause 29.2.
28.2 Consequences for Events of Default
Where an Event of Default subsists or remains uncured beyond the thirty (30) days period specified in
Clause 28.1 (ii), the Authority shall be entitled to:
i.
Impose any such obligations and conditions and issue any clarifications as may be necessary to,
inter alia, ensure smooth continuation of the Services and the Surveillance Project which the
System Integrator shall be obliged to comply with, which may include consideration payable to
the System Integrator under this Agreement. The System Integrator shall in addition take all
available steps to minimize loss resulting from such Event of Default.
ii.
Suspend all payments to the System Integrator under the Agreement.
iii.
Where the Authority deems it necessary, it shall have the right to require replacement of any of
the sub-contractors with another suitable sub-contractor. The sub-contractor/ System
Integrator shall in such case terminate forthwith all their agreements/contracts, other
arrangements with such sub-contractor and find out the suitable replacement for such outgoing
subcontractor with another sub-contractor to the satisfaction of the Authority, who shall execute
such contracts with the Authority as the Authority may require. Failure on the part of the
System Integrator to find a suitable replacement and/or terminate all agreements/contracts
with such member, shall amount to a breach of the terms hereof and the Authority in addition
to all other rights, have the right to claim damages and recover from the System Integrator all
losses/ or other damages that may have resulted from such failure.
iv.
Terminate this Agreement in full or in part.
v.
Retain such amounts from the payment due and payable by the Authority to the System
Integrator as may be required to offset any losses caused to the Authority as a result of such
Event of Default and the System Integrator shall compensate the Authority for any such loss,
damages or other costs, incurred by the Authority in this regard. Nothing herein shall effect the
continued obligation of the subcontractor / other members of its Team to perform all their
obligations and responsibilities under this Agreement in an identical manner as were being
performed before the occurrence of the default.
vi.
Invoke the Performance Bank Guarantee furnished hereunder, enforce indemnity provisions,
recover such other costs/losses and other amounts from the System Integrator may have
resulted from such default and pursue such other rights and/or remedies that may be available
to the Authority under law.
28.4 Termination for Convenience
The Authority may, by written notice of 60 (sixty) days sent to the System Integrator, terminate the
Agreement, in whole or in part at any time for its convenience. The notice of termination shall specify
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that termination is for the Authority’s convenience, the extent to which performance of work under
the Agreement is terminated, and the date upon which such termination becomes effective.
28.5 Consequences of Termination
i. In the event of termination of this Agreement, Authority is entitled to impose any such
obligations and conditions and issue any clarifications as may be necessary to ensure an efficient
transition and effective continuity of the services which the SI shall be obliged to comply with
and take all available steps to minimize the loss resulting from that termination/ breach, and
further allow and provide all such assistance to the Authority and/ or Replacing System
Integrator, as may be required, to take over the obligations of the SI in relation to the execution /
continued execution of the requirements of this Agreement.
ii. Upon expiry of the Term of this Agreement or in the event that the Agreement is terminated
prior to the expiry of the stipulated Term, the System Integrator herein shall be obliged to
provide all such assistance to the successor System Integrator or any other person as may be
required and as the Authority may specify including training, where the successor(s) is a
representative/personnel of the Authority to enable the successor to adequately provide the
Services hereunder, even where such assistance is required to be rendered for a reasonable
period that may extend beyond the Term/earlier termination hereof. Without prejudice to the
foregoing, upon termination (or upon expiry of the Term) of this Agreement, the Parties will
comply with the Exit Management Schedule/ Plan.
iii. In the event the Agreement is terminated prior to expiry of its stipulated Term on account of an
Event of Default, the Authority shall pay the System Integrator for that part of the Services which
have been authorized by the Authority and satisfactorily performed by the System Integrator up
to the date of termination. Without prejudice any other rights, the Authority may retain such
amounts from the payment due and payable by the Authority to the System Integrator as may be
required to offset any losses caused to the Authority as a result of any act/omissions of the
System Integrator. In case of any loss or damage due to default on the part of the System
Integrator in performing any of its obligations with regard to executing the Scope of Work under
this Agreement, the System Integrator shall compensate the Authority for any such loss, damages
or other costs, incurred by the Authority. Additionally, the subcontractor / other members of its
team shall perform all its obligations and responsibilities in an identical manner as were being
performed before the collapse of the System Integrator as described above in order to execute an
effective transition and to maintain business continuity. All third parties shall continue to
perform all/any functions as stipulated by the Authority and as may be proper and necessary to
execute the Scope of Work under the Agreement in terms of the System Integrator’s Proposal, the
RFP and this Agreement.
iv. Nothing herein shall restrict the right of the Authority to invoke the Performance Bank
Guarantee and other Guarantees furnished hereunder and pursue such other rights and/or
remedies that may be available to the Authority under law.
v. Any and all payments under this clause shall be payable only after the System Integrator has
complied with and completed the transition and exit management as per the Exit Management
Plan to the satisfaction of the Authority. In case of expiry of the Agreement, the last due payment
shall be payable to the System Integrator after the System Integrator has complied with and
completed the transition and exit management as per the Exit Management Plan to the
satisfaction of the Authority.
vi. All Assets, Goods, plans, drawings, specifications, designs, reports and other documents
prepared by the SI in the execution of the Agreement shall become and remain the property of
Authority and before termination or expiration of this Agreement the System Integrator shall
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deliver all such documents, prepared under this Agreement along with a detailed inventory
thereof, to Authority. All rights, title, interest and ownership of all Assets, Goods and
Deliverables provided by the SI to the Authority shall be deemed to be transferred to the
Authority without any further action required for such transfer.
vii. Transfer Cost
On premature termination of the contract for reasons other than those mentioned herein
(Termination for Default), the Successful Bidder (SI) shall be paid the depreciated book value of
the infrastructure cost and the other assets (as per the Asset Register). The depreciation rates and
method followed will be as per Income Tax Rules.
28.6 Rights other than Termination
The termination hereof shall not affect any accrued right or liability of either Party nor affect the
operation of the provisions of this Agreement that are expressly or by implication intended to come
into or continue in force on or after such termination. The termination provisions set out in this
Clause are in addition to any termination rights that the Authority may have under this
Agreement/RFP and are in addition to, and without prejudice to, other rights that the Authority may
have under law and this Agreement.
29) AUDIT, ACCESS AND REPORTING
The System Integrator shall allow access to Authority or its nominated agencies to all information
which is in the possession or control of the System Integrator or its subcontractors, agents, suppliers
etc. and which relates to the provision of the Services/Deliverables as set out in the Audit, Access and
Reporting Schedule and which is reasonably required by Authority to comply with the terms of the
Audit, Access and Reporting Schedule set out as Schedule I of this Agreement.
30) Miscellaneous
a) Confidentiality
i.
“Confidential Information" means all information including Project Data (whether in written,
oral, electronic or other Format) which relates to the technical, financial and operational
affairs, business rules, citizen information, video footages, alert information, any
APSFL/police department data, products, processes, data, crime / criminal secrets, design
rights, know-how and personnel of each Party which is communicated, transferred or
disclosed to, or otherwise learned, by the other Party or its consortium partners or
subcontractors (whether a Party to the contract or to the SLA) or comes into the possession of
a Party in the course of or in connection with or pursuant to or during the performance of this
Agreement (including without limitation such information received during negotiations,
location visits and meetings in connection with the Agreement or to the SLA) or pursuant to
the contract to be signed subsequently.
ii.
The System Integrator recognizes that during the Term of the Agreement, Confidential
Information and sensitive data will come into possession of, and be procured & made
available to, the System Integrator, its Sub contractors & agents & others working for or under
the System Integrator. The System Integrator shall keep confidential all the details and
information with regard to the Surveillance Project, including systems, facilities, operations,
management and maintenance of the systems/facilities. The System Integrator shall use the
information only to execute the Surveillance Project. The System Integrator acknowledges and
agrees that disclosure or usage of such data other than as permitted under this Clause 30 may
constitute a breach of Applicable Law including the Information Technology Act, 2000 and
the rules and regulations made thereunder, causing harm not only to the Authority whose
data is used but also to its stakeholders. The function of Authority requires the System
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Integrator, its Subcontractors & agents to demonstrate utmost care, sensitivity & strict
confidentiality. The Authority retains all rights to prevent, stop and if required take the
necessary punitive action against the System Integrator regarding any forbidden or restricted
disclosure. Any breach of this Clause will result in irreparable loss to the Authority and the
Authority reserves the right to seek injunctive relief & damages from the System Integrator.
Such remedies shall not be deemed to be the exclusive remedies for a breach by a Party of this
clause, but shall be in addition to all other remedies available at law or equity to the Authority.
iii.
The System Integrator shall within [•] days from the date hereof execute a corporate nondisclosure agreement with Authority in the Format provided by the Authority and shall ensure
that all its employees, agents and sub-contractors forthwith execute individual non-disclosure
agreements, which have been duly approved by the Authority with respect to this Surveillance
Project.
iv.
System Integrator agrees as to any Confidential Information disclosed by Authority (the
"Discloser") to, or coming into the possession of, the System Integrator (the "Recipient")
under or pursuant to or during the course of the performance of this Agreement
a.
to take such steps necessary to protect the Confidential Information from unauthorized
use, reproduction & disclosure, as the Recipient takes in relation to its own Confidential
Information of the same type, but in no event less than stringent care;
b. not to disclose Confidential Information to any person except who have a need to know
such Confidential Information to carry out the Services under this Agreement and who
are bound by obligations of confidentiality no less restrictive as provided in this
Agreement;
c.
to use such Confidential Information only for the purposes of this Agreement or as
otherwise expressly permitted or expressly required by this Agreement or as otherwise
permitted by the Discloser in writing;
d. Not, without the Discloser's prior written consent, to copy the Confidential Information
cause or allow it to be copied, directly or indirectly, in whole or in part, except as
otherwise expressly provided or required under this Agreement, or as required in
connection with Recipient's use as permitted under this Article, or as needed for the
purposes of this Agreement, provided that any proprietary legends & notices (whether of
the Discloser or of a Third Party) are not removed or obscured;
e.
v.
Not, to disclose, transfer, publish or communicate the Confidential Information in any
manner, without the Discloser's prior written consent, to any person except as permitted
under this Agreement.
The restrictions of this Clause 30 shall not apply to Confidential Information that:
a.
Is or becomes generally available to the public through no breach of this Article by the
Recipient;
b. Was lawfully and demonstrably in Recipient's possession free of any obligation of
confidence prior to the time of receipt of it by the Recipient hereunder;
c.
Is developed by the Recipient independently of any of Discloser's Confidential
Information;
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d. Is rightfully obtained by the Recipient from third Parties authorized at that time to make
such disclosure without restriction;
vi.
e.
Is identified in writing by the Discloser as no longer proprietary or confidential;
f.
Is required to be disclosed by Applicable Law, provided that the Recipient gives prompt
written notice to the Discloser of such requirement to disclose so as to allow the Discloser
reasonable opportunity to contest such disclosure.
To the extent that such disclosure is required for the purposes of this Agreement, Recipient
may disclose Confidential Information to:
a.
Its employees, agents & independent contractors in order to carry out the Services under
this Agreement, and
b. Its professional advisors & auditors, who require access for the purposes of this
Agreement,
whom the Recipient has informed of its obligations under this Clause & Recipient has
used commercially reasonable efforts to ensure that they are contractually obliged to keep
such Confidential Information confidential on terms substantially the same as set forth in
this Article.
The System Integrator may also disclose Confidential Information to any entity with the
Authority’s prior written consent.
vii.
The provisions of this Clause shall survive the expiration or any earlier termination of this
Agreement.
viii.
Confidential Information shall be and remain the property of the Discloser and nothing in this
Clause shall be construed to grant either Party any right or license with respect to the other
Party's Confidential Information otherwise than as is expressly set out in this Agreement,
ix.
Save as otherwise expressly provided in this Agreement, all Confidential information in
tangible or electronic form under the control of the Recipient shall either be destroyed, erased
or returned to the Discloser promptly upon the earlier of: (i) the written request of the
Discloser, or, (ii) termination or expiry of this Agreement and the Recipient shall provide a
signed declaration by its authorized representative in this regard confirming compliance with
this Clause. Notwithstanding the forgoing, both Parties may retain, subject to the terms of this
Article, reasonable number of copies of the other Party's Confidential Information solely for
confirmation of compliance with the confidentiality obligations of this Agreement.
x.
Neither Party is restricted by the provisions of this Clause from using (including using to
provide products or perform services on behalf of third Parties) any ideas, concepts, knowhow & techniques that are related to the Recipient's employees or agents (and not
intentionally memorized for the purpose of later recording or use) (collectively, the
"Residuals"). This Clause shall not permit the disclosure or use by either Party of any financial
(including business plans), statistical, product, personnel or customer data of the other Party.
Each party agrees not to disclose the source of the Residuals.
b) Delegation of Authority
The Authority may delegate any office functions or authority to any other competent person or a
subordinate official or supervision consultant, from time to time, as the Authority deems appropriate
for effective administration of the Agreement. It is clarified that such delegations will not diminish the
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overall power or authority of the Authority. The delegation of function/authority by the Authority
shall be intimated to the Applicant in writing.
The SI shall designate and authorize a representative to deal with the Authority. The name of the SI’s
representative shall be notified by the SI to the Authority in writing.
c) Sub Contracts
i. All the personnel working on the Surveillance Project and having access to the Servers / data
should be on payroll of the Systems Integrator. Sub-contracting / out sourcing shall be allowed
only for
 Passive Networking & Civil Work during implementation,
 Viewing manpower at Command and Control Centers / Viewing Centers & Mobile Vans
during post-implementation
 FMS staff for non- IT support during post-implementation
 Services of professional architect for design of Command and Control Centers / Viewing
Centers
ii. The System Integrator shall provide details of the sub-contractors for the work which is allowed
as mentioned in this Clause 30 (c). Use of personnel not on payroll of the System Integrator
shall be considered as sub-contracting.
iii. The System Integrator shall take prior approval from Authority for sub-contracting any allowed
work as mentioned in Clause, if not already specified in the Proposal and approved by
Authority. Such sub-contracting shall not relieve the System Integrator from any liability or
obligation under the Agreement. The System Integrator shall be solely responsible for the work
carried out by its subcontractors under this Agreement and shall remain solely liable for any
action, deficiency, and or negligence on the part of its subcontractor, including in the
specifications not being met with and the quality of services not being maintained by the
subcontractors. It is clarified that the System Integrator shall be the principal employer for all
claims arising from the liabilities statutory or otherwise, concerning the sub-contractors.
iv. Save as provided in Sub- Clause (iii) above, the System Integrator shall immediately upon
execution of the contract(s) entered into with such sub-contractor provide a copy of the same
(prices blanked) to the Authority within 15 (fifteen) days from the date of signing the Agreement
and shall not amend, modify or terminate the terms of such contracts without the prior written
consent of the Authority.
v. Prior to executing any contract or entering into any contract or understanding with a
delegate/sub-contractor, the System Integrator shall ensure that each sub-contractor appointed
by the System Integrator executes a Deed of Adherence, a performance Undertaking and nondisclosure agreements in the manner and form prescribed by the Authority. The System
Integrator shall ensure that all agreements entered into by the System Integrator with any
subcontractor shall be assignable to the Authority or to a nominee of the Authority or the
Replacing System Integrator and contain appropriate provisions enabling the Authority to stepin to such agreements in place of the System Integrator. A copy of the detailed executed
agreement with prices blanked shall be submitted to the Authority within 15 (fifteen) days from
the date of signing the Agreement.
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vi. The System Integrator shall ensure that the sub-contractor(s) appointed is competent and
professional and possess the requisite qualifications and experience appropriate to the tasks
they will perform under this Agreement.
vii. Any change of the sub-contractor(s), after the arrangement is firmed up, will be made by the
System Integrator only with the prior written approval of the Authority which approval shall not
be unreasonably withheld and only from amongst those sub-contractor(s), as proposed by the
System Integrator in its Proposal.
viii. The Authority shall notify its decision to the System Integrator within fourteen (14) working
days of receipt of request for such change along with all necessary documents in support of the
requested change provided, provided that request for change is received at least one (1) month
prior to the scheduled start of the relevant activity.
ix. The System Integrator shall be responsible and shall ensure the proper execution and
performance of the services or tasks so sub-contracted and shall be liable for any nonperformance or breach by such sub-contractor. The System Integrator indemnifies and shall
keep indemnified the Authority against any losses, damages, claims or such other implications
arising from or out of the acts and omissions of such sub-contractor. The System Integrator
shall be responsible for making all payments to the sub-contractor as may be necessary, in
respect of any work performed or task executed, and the Authority shall not be responsible for
any part or full payment, which is due to such sub-contractor.
x. All rights of use of any process, service or facility developed or any other task performed by the
subcontractor for the System Integrator for the purposes of this Agreement, under a
subcontract/agreement would lie exclusively with the Authority in perpetuity free from all liens,
encumbrances and other third party rights and the System Integrator shall, wherever required
take all steps that may be necessary to ensure the use of such rights by the Authority. Ownership
and all rights of use of all deliverables / documents/ reports etc. supplied by the System
Integrator and/or by authorized subcontractor for the System Integrator for the purposes of this
Agreement, under a subcontract/agreement would lie exclusively with the Authority in
perpetuity free from all liens, encumbrances and other third party rights and the System
Integrator shall, wherever required take all steps that may be necessary to ensure the ownership
and use of such rights by the Authority. Authority shall own and have a right in perpetuity to use
all newly created Intellectual Property Rights which have been developed by the subcontractor
solely during execution of this Agreement. The System Integrator shall provide the undertakings
given by the subcontractor within 30(thirty) days from the date of appointment of
subcontractor to disclose all such Intellectual Property Rights arising in performance of the
Services to the Authority and execute all such agreements/documents and file all relevant
applications, effect transfers and obtain all permits and approvals that may be necessary in this
regard to effectively transfer and conserve the Intellectual Property Rights of the Authority.
xi. Nothing in this Agreement or any delegation/subcontract agreement hereunder shall relieve the
System Integrator from its liabilities or obligations under this Agreement to provide the Services
in accordance with this Agreement.
xii. Where the Authority deems necessary, it shall have the right to require replacement of any subcontractor with another sub-contractor and the System Integrator shall in such case terminate
forthwith all agreements/contracts other arrangements with such delegate/sub-contractor and
find of the suitable replacement for such delegate/sub-contractor to the satisfaction of the
Authority at no additional charge. Failure on the part of the System Integrator to find a suitable
replacement and/or terminate all agreements/contracts with such sub-contractor, shall amount
to a breach of the terms hereof and the Authority in addition to all other rights, have the right to
claim damages and recover from the System Integrator all losses/ or other damages that may
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have resulted from such failure. Further, in case the System Integrator terminates any
contract/arrangement or agreement with a sub-contractor for any reason whatsoever, the
System Integrator shall ensure the smooth continuation of Services by providing forthwith, a
suitable replacement which is acceptable to the Authority at no additional charge. In case of a
replacement of the sub-contractor, the new sub-contractor shall meet the technical and financial
qualifications
xiii. In the event of termination of this Agreement, the Authority reserves the right to require the
continued performance or execution of all sub-contracts or contracts which the System
Integrator had originally entered into with any delegate/sub-contractor, irrespective of whether
the System Integrator continues to perform its designated role. The above obligation of the
delegate/sub-contractor shall be in accordance with the Deed of Adherence and Undertaking
provided by the delegate/sub-contractor to the System Integrator. The System Integrator shall
ensure that the contracts/ arrangements with the subcontractors and other third parties bind
the said entities such that they shall perform all of their respective obligations and
responsibilities in an identical manner as were being performed before the termination of this
Agreement in order to execute an effective transition and to maintain business continuity.
d) Care to be taken while working at Public Place
System Integrator should follow instructions issued by Authority or its nominated Agency from time
to time for carrying out work at public places. System Integrator should ensure that there is no
damage caused to any private or public property. In case such damage is caused, System Integrator
shall immediately bring it to the notice of concerned organization and the Authority in writing and at
the discretion of the Authority, either promptly rectify/ repair at its own cost and expenses the
damage caused, or promptly pay necessary charges towards rectifying/ fixing of the damage. System
Integrator should also ensure that no traffic congestion/public inconvenience is caused while carrying
out work at public places.
Without prejudice to the provisions of Clause 30 (a), the System Integrator shall ensure that its
employees/representatives don’t breach privacy of any citizen or establishment during the course of
execution or maintenance of the Surveillance Project.
e) Compliance with Laws
The System Integrator shall provide the Services and carry out their obligations under the Agreement
with due diligence, efficiency and professionalism/ethics in accordance with generally accepted
professional standards and practices. The System Integrator shall always act as faithful advisors in
respect of any matter relating to this Agreement. The System Integrator shall abide by and fully
comply with all Applicable Laws including without limitation the Information Technology Act, 2002
and all rules and regulations made thereunder and all applicable labour laws. The System Integrator
shall also conform to the standards laid down by Authority, Government of India and the Government
of Andhra Pradesh as notified from time to time.
f) Independent Contractor
Nothing in this Agreement shall be construed as establishing or implying any partnership or joint
venture or employment relationship or joint venture between the Parties to this Agreement or impose
any partnership obligation or liability upon either Party. Except as expressly stated in this Agreement
nothing in this Agreement shall entitle the other Party to any right, power or authority to enter into
any agreement or undertaking for, or on behalf of, or to act as or be an agent or representative of, or
otherwise bind the other Party inter alia:
i.
To incur any expenses on behalf of the other Party,
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ii.
iii.
To enter into any engagement or make any representation or warranty on behalf of the other
Party,
To pledge the credit of or otherwise bind or oblige the other Party,
iv.
To commit the other Party in any manner whatsoever, in each case without obtaining the other
Party's prior written consent.
g) Waiver
A waiver of any provision or breach of this Agreement must be in writing and signed by an authorized
official of the Party executing the same. No such waiver shall be construed to affect or imply a
subsequent waiver of the same provision or subsequent breach of this Agreement.
Notices
Any notice or other document, which may be given by either Party under this Agreement, shall be
given in writing in person or by pre-paid recorded delivery post.
In relation to a notice given under this Agreement, any such notice or other document shall be
addressed to the other Party's principal or registered office address as set out below
Government of Andhra Pradesh:
Andhra Pradesh State FiberNet Limited,
Plot No.5,6,15&16, 1st Floor, KKR Square.
Kavuri Hills, Madhapur, Hyderabad - 500033
Contact No: 040 2339 1162 / 63 / 65
Systems Integrator:
----------------------------------------------------------Tel: -----------------------Fax: ----------------------Any notice or other document shall be deemed to have been given to the other Party when delivered (if
delivered in person) if delivered between the hours of 9.30 am and 5.30 pm at the address of the other
Party set forth above or on the next working day thereafter if delivered outside such hours, and 7
calendar days from the date of posting (if by letter).
Either Party to this Agreement may change its address and contact details by giving the other
reasonable prior written notice of the new information and its effective date.
h) Performance Bank Guarantee
i. The System Integrator shall submit within 30 days from the receipt of Letter of Award an
unconditional and irrevocable bank guarantee to the Authority, as a Performance Bank
Guarantee (“Performance Bank Guarantee”) for due and faithful performance of its
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obligations under this Agreement, for an amount equivalent to 5% (five percent) of the Total
Project Cost in the Format prescribed in the RFP from a nationalised/scheduled commercial
bank acceptable to the Authority. The Performance Bank Guarantee shall be valid for the
entire Term of the Agreement (including any extension) and 6 months thereafter. If the
Performance Bank Guarantee is liquidated/ encashed, in whole or in part, during the currency
of the Performance Bank Guarantee, the System Integrator shall replenish the Performance
Bank Guarantee with the same amount as has been encashed within 15 days of such
encashment without demur.
ii. The Performance Bank Guarantee shall, if required, be extended at least [30 (thirty)] days
before the expiry of the period of validity thereof so that the Performance Bank Guarantee
remains in full force and effect throughout the required term as per the provisions of this
Agreement. The Authority shall be entitled to make a demand under the Performance Bank
Guarantee where the System Integrator fails to extend the validity of such guarantee as
aforesaid and hold the proceeds as security for the System Integrator’s outstanding
obligations and liabilities hereunder.
iii. The Authority shall also be entitled to make recoveries from the System Integrator’s bills,
Performance Bank Guarantee, or from any other amount due to him, an equivalent value of
any payment made to him due to inadvertence, error, collusion, misconstruction or
misstatement.
i)
(i) The Authority shall have the right to claim under the Performance Guarantee provided by the
System Integrator and appropriate the proceeds, or recover from any sums due to the System
Integrator, upon occurrence of any of the following:
(a) any Event of Default;
(b) failure by the System Integrator to fulfil any of its obligations under this Agreement or
any breach of the terms hereof; and/or
(c) without prejudice to paragraph (b) above, if the System Integrator fails to replenish,
increase and/or extend the validity of any such guarantee in accordance with this
Agreement.
(ii) The System Integrator agrees that the Authority may, at its option deduct and set-off against
any part of the balance due or to become due to the System Integrator under this Agreement
any amount that has become due or may become due from the System Integrator to the
Authority under this Agreement.
(iii) The Authority shall also be entitled to recover all sums that are due under the terms of this
Agreement including any liquidated damages and any other amounts which it is entitled to
recover under this Agreement, by way of deductions from the payments due to the System
Integrator or that may become due to the System Integrator in future or from any securities/
guarantees under this Agreement and/ or otherwise.
j)
Personnel/Employees
i.
Personnel/ employees assigned by System Integrator to perform the services shall be
employees of System Integrator or its sub-contractors and under no circumstances will such
personnel be considered as employees of Authority. System Integrator shall have the sole
responsibility for supervision and control of its personnel and for payment of such
personnel's employee's entire compensation, including salary and all statutory deductions and
other applicable benefits and shall be responsible for all employer obligations under
Applicable Laws. It is clarified that the Authority shall have no liability towards the personnel
of System Integrator.
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ii.
System Integrator shall use its best efforts to ensure that sufficient System Integrator
personnel are employed to perform the Services, & that, such personnel have appropriate
qualifications to perform the Services. Authority or its nominated agencies shall have the right
to require the removal or replacement of any System Integrator personnel performing work
under this Agreement. In the event that Authority requests that any System Integrator
personnel be replaced, the substitution of such personnel shall be accomplished upon
clearance of the personnel based on profile review & personal interview by Authority or its
nominated agencies, within 30 working days from the date of Authority’s notice for
replacement of any System Integrator personnel. System Integrator shall depute quality team
for the project and as per requirements; Authority shall have the right to ask System
Integrator to change the team.
iii. Management (Regional Head / VP level officer) of System Integrator needs to be involved in
the project monitoring & should attend the review meeting at least once in a month.
iv. The profiles of resources proposed by System Integrator in the Proposal, which are considered
for Technical Bid evaluation, shall be construed as 'Key Personnel' & the System Integrator
shall not remove such personnel without the prior written consent of Authority. For any
changes to the proposed resources, System Integrator shall provide equivalent or more
experienced resources in consultation with Authority.
v. Except as stated in this clause, nothing in this Agreement will limit the ability of System
Integrator freely to assign or reassign its employees; provided that System Integrator shall be
responsible, at its expense, for transferring all appropriate knowledge from personnel being
replaced to their replacements. Authority shall have the right to review & approve System
Integrator's plan for any such knowledge transfer. System Integrator shall maintain the same
standards for skills & professionalism among replacement personnel as in personnel being
replaced.
vi. Each Party shall be responsible for the performance of all its obligations under this Agreement
& shall be liable for the acts & omissions of its employees & agents in connection therewith.
k) Variations & Further Assurance
i. No amendment, variation or other change to this Agreement or the SLAs shall be valid unless
made in writing & signed by the duly authorized representatives of the Parties to this
Agreement.
ii. Each Party to this Agreement or the SLAs agree to enter into or execute, without limitation,
whatever other agreement, document, consent & waiver & to do all other things which shall or
may be reasonably required to complete & deliver the obligations set out in the Agreement or
the SLAs.
l)
Severability & Waiver
i. If any provision of this Agreement or the SLAs, or any part thereof, shall be found by any
court or administrative body of competent jurisdiction to be illegal, invalid or unenforceable
the illegality, invalidity or unenforceability of such provision or part provision shall not affect
the other provisions of this Agreement or the SLAs or the remainder of the provisions in
question which shall remain in full force & effect. The relevant Parties shall negotiate in good
faith in order to agree to substitute for any illegal, invalid or unenforceable provision a valid &
enforceable provision which achieves to the greatest extent possible the economic, legal &
commercial objectives of the illegal, invalid or unenforceable provision or part provision
within 7 (seven) working days.
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ii. No failure to exercise or enforce & no delay in exercising or enforcing on the part of either
Party to this Agreement or the SLAs of any right, remedy or provision of this Agreement or the
SLAs shall operate as a waiver of such right, remedy or provision in any future application nor
shall any single or partial exercise or enforcement of any right, remedy or provision preclude
any other or further exercise or enforcement of any other right, remedy or provision.
m) Entire Agreement
This Agreement, the SLAs & all Schedules appended thereto & the contents &specifications of Parts I,
II & III of the RFP and subsequent corrigenda issued thereon & clarification (undertakings) accepted
by the Authority constitute the entire agreement between the Parties with respect to their subject
matter.
n) Survivability
The termination or expiry of this Agreement or the SLAs for any reason shall not affect or prejudice
any terms of this Agreement, or the rights of the Parties under them which are either expressly or by
implication intended to come into effect or continue in effect after such expiry or termination.
o) The stamp duty payable for the contract shall be borne by the Systems Integrator.
p) Applicable Law
The Agreement shall be governed by the laws and procedures prescribed by the laws prevailing and
in force in India (the “Applicable Law”). All legal disputes are subject to the jurisdiction of Andhra
Pradesh courts only. The parties expressly agree to exclude the application of the U.N. Convention on
Contracts for the International Sale of Goods (1980) to this Agreement and the performance of the
parties contemplated under this Agreement, to the extent that such convention might otherwise be
applicable.
IN WITNESS whereof the parties hereto have signed this on the day, month and year first herein
above written.
Signed, sealed and delivered
By ------------------------For and on behalf of the Government of the State of Andhra Pradesh.
Signed, sealed and delivered
By ----------------------------For and on behalf of the [Insert name of the System Integrator]
Witnesses:
(1)
(2)
Attachments to the Agreement:
i)
Scope of Services for the Systems Integrator (Annexure I)
ii) RFP Document issued by the Authority together with the Clarification & Corrigendum Document
published by APSFL subsequent to the RFP for this work (Annexure II)
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iii) LoI issued by the Authority to the System Integrator (Annexure III)
iv) System Integrator’s “Technical Bid” and “Price Bid” submitted in response to the RFP (Annexure
IV)
v) Format of Change Control Notice (Annexure V)
vi) Schedule for Audit, Access And Reporting (Schedule 1)
vii) Exit Management Schedule
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Annexure V: FORMAT FOR CHANGE COTROL NOTICE
CCN Number: <<Number>>
Change of Control Details:
Before Change of Control
After Change of Control (Surviving Entity)
Legal Name of Entity:
Legal Name of Entity:
Registered Office Address:
Registered Office Address:
Date of Incorporation (as per Companies Act,
1956):
Date of Incorporation of Surviving Entity (as per
Companies Act, 1956):
Annual Turnover (in INR) during last three
Financial Years
Annual Turnover (in INR) during last three
Financial Years
Entity Financial Net worth (measured as paidup capital plus free reserves)
Entity Financial Net worth (measured as paid-up
capital plus free reserves)
Name & Designation:
Signature
Name:
Designation:
Date:
Note: All the information provided above should be supported by documentary evidences signed by
concerned authorized signatories and the client may ask for any additional information as desired in
case of occurrence of a Change of Control event.
SCHEDULE- I - AUDIT, ACCESS AND REPORTING
1. PURPOSE
This Schedule details the audit, access and reporting rights and obligations of Authority and/or its
nominated agency and the System Integrator and its subcontractors, agents, supplier etc. This
Schedule is in addition to, and in derogation of, the audit rights and process provided in the RFP.
2. AUDIT NOTICE AND TIMING
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2.1 As soon as reasonably practicable after the Effective Date, the Parties shall use their best
endeavours to mutually agree to a timetable for routine audits (Other than those mentioned as
part of the mandatory requirements for successful delivery and acceptance of the System) during
the Project Implementation Phase and the Operation and Maintenance Phase. Authority shall
conduct routine audits in accordance with such agreed timetable and shall not be required to give
the System Integrator any further notice of carrying out such audits.
2.2 Authority may conduct unscheduled audits at its own discretion if it reasonably believes that such
unscheduled audits are necessary as a result of a misconduct or an act of fraud by the System
Integrator, a security violation, or breach of confidentiality obligations by the System Integrator,
provided that the requirement for such an audit is notified in writing to the System Integrator a
reasonable period time prior to the audit (taking into account the circumstances giving rise to the
reasonable belief) stating the reasons for the requirement. If the System Integrator considers that
the unscheduled audit was not appropriate, the matter shall be referred to the escalation
procedure as set out in the Project Governance and Management section of RFP.
2.3 Except as provided in Para 2.1 and 2.2 above, audits shall be conducted with adequate notice of 2
weeks to the System Integrator.
3. ACCESS
The System Integrator shall provide to Authority and/ or its nominated agency reasonable access to
employees, subcontractors, suppliers, agents and third party facilities as detailed in the RFP,
documents, records and systems reasonably required for audit and shall provide all such persons with
routine assistance in connection with the audits and inspections. Authority or its nominated agency
shall have the right to copy and retain copies of any relevant records. The System Integrator shall
make every reasonable effort to co-operate with them.
4. AUDIT RIGHTS
Authority and/or its nominated agency shall have the right to audit and inspect suppliers, agents,
subcontractors and third party facilities (as detailed in the RFP), data centre, documents, records,
procedures and systems relating to the provision of the services, but only to the extent that they relate
to the provision of the services, as shall be reasonably necessary to verify:
a) The security, integrity and availability of all data processed, held or conveyed by the [System
Integrator] on behalf of Authority and documentation related thereto;
b) That the actual level of performance of the services is the same as specified in the SLA;
c) That the System Integrator has complied with the relevant technical standards, and has adequate
internal controls in place; and
d) The compliance of the System Integrator with any other obligation under the Agreement.
e) Unless otherwise provided in the RFP, Security audit and implementation audit of the system
shall be done once each year, the cost of which shall be borne by Authority.
For the avoidance of doubt the audit rights under this Schedule shall not include access to (i) the
System Integrator’s profit margins or overheads, (ii) any Confidential Information relating to the
System Integrator’s employees, or (iii) minutes of its internal Board or Board committee meetings
including internal audit, or (iv) such other information of commercial-in-confidence nature which are
not relevant to the Services associated with any obligation under the Agreement.
5. AUDIT RIGHTS OF SUBCONTRACTORS, SUPPLIERS AND AGENTS
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5.1
The System Integrator shall use reasonable endeavours to achieve the same audit and access
provisions as defined in this Schedule with subcontractors, suppliers and agents who supply
labour, services, equipment or materials related to performance of obligations by System
Integrator under this Agreement. Without prejudice to its other obligations under the
Agreement, the System Integrator shall inform Authority and/or its nominated agency prior to
concluding supply/ subcontract agreements of any failure to achieve the same rights of audit or
access.
5.2
REPORTING: The System Integrator will provide quarterly reports to Authority and/or its
nominated agency regarding any specific aspects of the Surveillance Project and in context of
the audit and access information as required by Authority or its nominated agency.
6. ACTION AND REVIEW
6.1
Any change or amendment to the systems and procedures of the System Integrator, where
applicable arising from the audit report shall be agreed within thirty (30) calendar days from
the submission of the said report.
6.2
Any discrepancies identified by any audit pursuant to this Schedule shall be immediately
notified to Authority or its nominated agency and the System Integrator Project Manager who
shall determine what action should be taken in respect of such discrepancies in accordance with
the terms of this Agreement.
7. TERMS OF PAYMENT
Except as otherwise provided in RFP, Authority shall bear the cost of any audits and inspections. The
System Integrator shall bear all costs for all reasonable assistance and information provided under
this Agreement, the Project Implementation, Operation and Maintenance SLA by the System
Integrator OR pursuant to this Schedule.
8. RECORDS AND INFORMATION
For the purposes of audit in accordance with this Schedule, the System Integrator shall maintain true
and accurate records in connection with the provision of the services and the System Integrator shall
handover all the relevant records and documents upon the termination or expiry of this Agreement.
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12. Annexure 7 - Consortium Agreement
Format
(To be printed on Rs. 100/- Stamp Paper)
This Consortium Agreement (hereinafter the "Consortium Agreement") entered into this
_______________ day of __________ Two Thousand and sixteen (“Date of Signing”)
BETWEEN____________________________
through
Authorised
Signatory
____________________________ having their principal place of business at
____________________________
in
India
for
and
on
behalf
of
____________________________ (hereinafter called "the Consortium Member 1") of the ONE
PART;
AND____________________________
through
Authorised
Signatory
____________________________ having their principal place of business at
____________________________
in
India
for
and
on
behalf
of
____________________________ (hereinafter called "the Consortium Member 2") of the
SECOND PART;
AND____________________________
through
Authorised
Signatory
____________________________ having their principal place of business at
____________________________
in
India
for
and
on
behalf
of
____________________________ (hereinafter called "the Consortium Member 3") of the
THIRD PART
The Consortium Member 1, Consortium Member 2 and Consortium Member 3 are individually
referred to as the “Party” and collectively referred to as the “Parties” or “Consortium Members”.
WHEREAS
A. Andhra Pradesh State FibreNet Ltd, Government of Andhra Pradesh, herewith called as
Authority, has issued a RFP No. -------- (hereinafter the “RFP Document”), inviting bids for
Design, Development, Implementation and Management of Cloud based IP CCTV
Surveillance System in AP(hereinafter the “Surveillance Project”);
B. As specified in Pre-Qualification criteria of the RFP Document, the Bidders have formed a
consortium and hereby enter into this Agreement and the Parties have agreed to participate as
members of the Consortium subject to said terms and conditions of this Agreement.
NOW THEREFORE, in consideration of the mutual covenants of the Parties and other good
valuable consideration, the sufficiency whereof is hereby acknowledged the Parties agree as follows:
1. Definitions and Interpretation
Definitions
Capitalized terms used in this Consortium Agreement shall have their respective defined meanings,
and/or shall have the meaning specified in the Contract and the RFP Document and subsequently
signed Contract between Authority and Bidder, unless the context expressly or by necessary
implication otherwise requires.
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“Contract” shall mean the Contract entered into between the Parties hereto and Authority for
Design, Development, Implementation and Management of Cloud based IP CCTV Surveillance System
in AP Interpretation
a) For the purpose of this Consortium Agreement, where the context so admits, (i) the singular shall
be deemed to include the plural and vice-versa, and (ii) masculine gender shall be deemed to
include the feminine gender and vice-versa.
b) References to a “person” if any shall, where the context so admits, include references to natural
persons, partnership firms, companies, bodies corporate and associations, whether incorporated
or not or any other organisation or entity including any governmental or political subdivision,
ministry, department or agency thereof;
c) The headings and sub-headings are inserted for convenience only and shall not affect the
construction and interpretation of this Agreement.
d) References to the word “include” and “including” shall be construed without limitation.
e) any reference to day shall mean a reference to a calendar day;
2. Consortium
a) The Parties do hereby irrevocably constitute a consortium (the “Consortium”) for the purposes of
jointly participating in the selection process for the Surveillance Project.
b) The Parties hereby undertake to participate in the Bidding process only through this Consortium
and not individually and/ or through any other consortium constituted for this Surveillance
Project, either directly or indirectly or through any of their affiliates.
3. Purpose of Consortium Agreement
The purpose of this Agreement is to specify the responsibilities of the Parties towards the Authority,
supplement the provisions of the Contract and the RFP Document concerning the Surveillance Project
and to set out further rights and obligations of the Parties supplementing but not conflicting with
those present in the Contract and the RFP Document.
The Parties hereby undertake to perform the roles and responsibilities as described below:
a) The Consortium Member 1 shall be the Lead Partner of the Consortium and shall be
responsible for performance of the below services under the Surveillance Project;
 [Bidder to Insert details]
b) Consortium Member 2 responsible for performance of the below services under the
Surveillance Project;
 [Bidder to Insert details]
c) Consortium Member 3 responsible for performance of the below services under the
Surveillance Project; and,
 [Bidder to Insert details]
4. Duration
This Agreement shall come into force as of the Date of Signing hereof and shall continue in full force
and effect until the complete discharge of all obligations, concerning the carrying out of the
Surveillance Project, which are to be taken on by the Parties under the Contract, RFP Document and
under this Agreement.
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5. Coordinator
5.1 The Parties hereby understand and agree that there shall be a “Lead Partner” who shall be the
point of contact for the purpose of the Surveillance Project. It is hereby agreed by the Parties
that for the purpose of the Agreement M/s. ______________________ have been
appointed as Lead Partner. The Lead Partner is hereby authorised by the Parties to make
representations and declarations on their behalf. Provided that every member of the
consortium shall be equally responsible and jointly and severally liable for the successful
completion of the entire Surveillance Project.
5.2 For the purpose of this Consortium Agreement, the RFP Document and the Contract, the Lead
Partner shall be the single point of contact for the Authority, shall have the overall
responsibility of the management of the Surveillance Project and shall have single point
responsibility for ensuring that all members of the consortium are complying with the terms
and conditions set out in the Contract and the RFP Document.
5.3 All instructions/communications from Authority to the Lead Partner shall be deemed to have
been duly provided to all the Consortium Members.
5.4 For the avoidance of doubt it is hereby clarified that the all Consortium Members shall be
individually, jointly & severally liable and responsible for the obligations under the RFP
Document, Contract and this Agreement, irrespective of the specific roles/responsibilities
undertaken by them.
6. Rights and Obligations
6.1 For delivery of all services as per the agreement with Authority, Lead Partner shall be
primarily accountable and responsible.
6.2 The Lead Partner shall be responsible for the transmission of any documents and information
connected with the Surveillance Project to the Parties concerned.
6.3 It is hereby clarified that representations and declarations made by the Lead Partner shall be
legally binding on all the Parties of the Agreement.
6.4 Each Party shall perform and fulfil, promptly, actively and on time, all of its obligations under
the RFP Document, Contract and this Agreement.
6.5 The Parties hereby acknowledge and agree that any payments received by the Lead Partner
from the Authority shall constitute complete, full and final discharge of the Authority’s
obligations to all the Consortium Members under the Contract without requirement of any
further action or verification by the Authority regarding the distribution or appropriation of
such payments made by the Authority.
6.6 The Parties hereby acknowledge and agree that the Authority may rely on the provisions
agreed by the Parties under this Consortium Agreement.
7. Responsibilities towards each other
Each Party undertakes:
7.1 To promptly notify each of the Parties about any significant delay in fulfilment of milestones
in relation to the Surveillance Project;
7.2 To inform other Parties of relevant communications it receives from third parties in relation
to the Surveillance Project.
7.3 Each Party shall ensure the accuracy of any information or materials it supplies hereunder or
under the Contract and promptly to correct any error that came to its knowledge.
7.4 Each Party shall act in good faith. When a Party believes that for carrying out the Surveillance
Project or use of knowledge from the Surveillance Project it might require access rights to
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another Party’s pre-existing know-how or to another Party's knowledge and material which is
not from the Surveillance Project, it shall obtain written permission from the Party prior to
the use of such material.
7.5 Each Party shall abide and strictly comply with all the terms and conditions of the Contract
and the RFP Document including obligations relating to confidentiality.
7.6 Each Party shall share and disclose information including Confidential Information and
documents as may be necessary for the Surveillance Project. The Parties hereby understand
and agree that the information shall be used solely for the purpose of the Surveillance Project
and not for its own use or for any third party benefit.
8. Liabilities
Liability towards each other
The Parties hereby understand and agree that all the Parties shall be jointly and severally liable for
any default with regard to the deliverables as per the RFP Document.
Indemnification of a Party to other
Each Party shall indemnify each of the other Parties, in respect of liability resulting from acts or
omissions of it.
Liability towards Third Parties
Subject to such other undertakings and warranties as are provided for in this Consortium
Agreement and the Contract, each Party shall be solely liable for any loss, damage or injury to
third parties resulting from its carrying out its parts of the Surveillance Project and from its use of
knowledge and/or know how.
9. Assignment
No Party shall, without the prior written consent of the Authority and of the other Parties, assign
or otherwise transfer partially or totally any of its rights and obligations under this Consortium
Agreement.
10. Representation and Warranties
The Parties hereby represents and warrants that: (a) They are duly organised and validly existing under the laws of India and have full power and
authority to enter into this Agreement and to perform its obligations under this Agreement. The
execution and validity of this Agreement and the consummation of the transactions contemplated
by this Agreement have been duly authorised by all necessary action on the part of the Parties;
(b) This Agreement constitutes a valid and binding obligation of the Parties, enforceable against them
in accordance with the terms hereof, and the execution, delivery and performance of this
Agreement and all instruments or agreements required hereunder do not contravene, violate or
constitute a default of or require any consent or notice under any provision of any agreement or
other instrument to which the Consortium Member is a party or by which the Consortium
Member are or may be bound.
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(c) Each of the representations and warranties shall be construed as a separate representation,
warranty, covenant or undertaking, as the case may be, and shall not be limited by the terms of
any other representation or warranty or by any other term of this Agreement.
(d) The Parties have read, understood and agree with the terms of this Agreement and the RFP
Document.
11. Miscellaneous
(a) This Agreement shall be specifically enforceable at the instance of any of the Parties.
(b) Notices, demands or other communication required or permitted to be given or made under this
Agreement shall be in writing in the English language and delivered personally or sent by prepaid
post with recorded delivery addressed to the intended recipient at its address set forth below:
If to Consortium Member 1
[Add name]
[Add address]
Attention: [add name of the person]
If to Consortium Member 2
[Add name]
[Add address]
Attention: [add name of the person]
If to Consortium Member 3
[Add name]
[Add address]
Attention: [add name of the person]
(c) Any such notice, demand or communication shall, unless the contrary is proved, be deemed to
have been duly served at the time of delivery in the case of service by delivery in person or by
registered post.
(d) Each Party shall bear its own legal, accounting, professional and advisory fees, commissions and
other costs and expenses incurred by it in connection with this Consortium Agreement and the
transactions contemplated herein.
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(e) This Consortium Agreement supersedes all prior discussions and agreements (whether oral or
written, including all correspondence) if any, between the Parties with respect to the subject
matter of this Agreement. In the event of any conflict between the terms of this Agreement and
the Contract and the RFP Document, the terms of the Contract and the RFP Document shall
prevail in that order.
(f) Any provision of this Agreement, which is invalid or unenforceable, shall be ineffective to the
extent of such invalidity or unenforceability, without affecting in any way the remaining
provisions hereof.
a.
Any and all disputes or differences between the Parties arising out of or in connection
with this Agreement or its performance shall, so far as it is possible, be settled
amicably through consultation between the Parties
b. If after 30 (thirty) days of consultation, the Parties have failed to reach an amicable
settlement, on any or all disputes or differences arising out of or in connection with
this Agreement or its performance, such disputes or differences shall be submitted to
final and binding arbitration. The arbitration panel shall consist of three arbitrators:
one nominated by __________ [add name of Party of the First Part], one
nominated by ______________ [add name of Party of the Second Part] and the
third nominated jointly by both the parties. The arbitration shall be governed by the
Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996. The place of arbitration shall be Hyderabad,
India. The language to be used in the arbitration proceedings shall be English. The
award of the arbitration proceedings will be final and binding on both Parties to the
Agreement.
(g) This Agreement shall be governed by the laws of India.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the Parties have entered into this Agreement the day and year first
above written.
[add name of the Party of the First Part]
Authorised Signatory
Name:
Designation:
In the presence of:
Name:
Address:
[add name of the Party of the Second Part]
Authorised Signatory
Name:
Designation:
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In presence of:
Name:
Address:
[add name of the Party of the Third Part]
Authorised Signatory
Name:
Designation:
In presence of:
Name:
Address:
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Part - 2
Scope of Services and Specifications
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13. [Part-2] Scope of Work for System
Integrator
The selected Systems Integrator (SI) shall have the overall responsibility to design, build, implement,
operate, and maintain the Andhra Pradesh (AP) state-wide Surveillance cloud. Entire project is
envisaged to be implemented in two Phases, Phase 1 is envisaged to be completed in 15 months
including 3 months of design engineering while Phase 2 is expected to be completed in another 12
months. The SI will have to maintain the implemented system for a period of five years from the date
of successful Go-Live of Phase 2 of the project.
The details of work to be undertaken by the Successful Bidder for setting up &operationalization of the
Project is given in subsequent sections and is to be performed as per the specifications and conditions
mentioned in this RFP, any further amendments issued and the contract to be signed with the
Successful Bidder subsequently.
The proposed surveillance system will involve setting up of Cloud based IP based cameras across
various locations in the 13 districts of Andhra Pradesh. An indicative list of locations is given in Part 3
of this RFP document.
The broad components of the overall scope of work for the Project are given below for quick reference:
#
Category
Summary Scope Description
1
Locations
 About 9,500 (new-7,500 and existing-2000) locations across 13
districts in Andhra Pradesh
2
Surveillance Cameras
/ Edge Equipment’s
 Approx. 14200 new cameras (Full HD 1920 X 1080) cameras
 Approx. 3800 existing cameras to be integrated with the new
surveillance cloud platform.
 Inclusive of approx. 4500 ANPR Cameras for traffic enforcement
 Community surveillance cameras integration to view feeds on need
basis
 Advance Video Analytics for about 2000 cameras
 Facial Recognition by 1000 Cameras and Viewing at 20 locations
(13 District level CCCs, 3 City Police Commissionerate level CCCs,
3 State level Viewing Centers, 1 Mobile CCC and State level CCC.
 Red Light Violation detection system for 1000 locations (lanes)
 Lawful interception of video feed from Community surveillance
cameras to view feeds on need basis
 Provision for connectivity/integration of Smart City Sensors and
Systems
3
Last mile
Connectivity/Network
 Core backbone (GPON) network connectivity by APSFL
 Last mile connectivity to be provided by the successful bidder.
 Last mile as part of the successful bidder’s scope shall include
optical fiber cable connectivity of camera locations with the nearest
PoP provided by APSFL.
 It is assessed about 13,000 km OFC (min. 2 Core Fiber as per
prescribed specifications) to be pulled for connecting the field
equipments (cameras/network switches) to their nearest POP of
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#
Category
Summary Scope Description
AP fiber grid.
 In case of Multicast based video streaming, the entire multicast
traffic is to be managed by the bidder. Bidder to consider the
suitable network equipments in their proposed solution.
4
Enterprise
Computing(Data
centers)
 Primary Datacentre at Amaravati (DR for DC at Vizag)
 Secondary Datacentre at Vizag (DR for DC at Amaravati)
 Each one capable of handling 100% of cameras and acting DR to
each other
 30 days storage of all the normal camera feeds and 60 days for
ANPR camera at both Data Centers.
 Flagged data (critical incidents) will be stored for approximately
60 days, permanent storage envisaged on Tapes
5
Application Portfolio
 Video Management and Recording System
 Customized Dashboard for surveillance at different levels
 Application for ANPR, Red Light Violation Detection System and
other analytics , including face recognition
 C4I, RDBMS, GIS Applications
 Software for Picture Intelligence Recording and Investigation
System (PIU) - Data Mining application
 Application for Enterprise
Helpdesk, SLA Management)
Management
(Asset,
Network,
 Video management tools/apps in a mobile application market
place on cloud
 Integration with existing IT enabled systems like Vehicle Tracking
System, e-Challan, CCTNS, Community Surveillance, social media
platforms and analytics and other government e-Governance
initiatives etc.
6
Command / Viewing
Centers

A world class Cloud infrastructure and State level Command &
Control Center (CCC) at Amaravati
 Mobile Command and Control Center – 1 number
 District level Command & Control Center- 13 numbers
 City Police Commissionerate level Command & Control Centers at
Vizag, Vijayawad and Tirupati – 3 numbers
 State-wide viewing centers at Chief Minister’s Office, Chief
Secretary’s Office and DGP’s Office – 3 numbers
 Remote viewing on handheld smartphone devices/PDA’s
7
Picture Intelligence
Unit (PIU)
 Setup of an R&D Center for Video Forensic Lab at Amaravati
8
Collaborative
Monitoring
 Incidence based viewing access to the Surveillance System setup by
public and private institutions
 Need based viewing access to the Community Surveillance
Cameras and recording at Data Centers for selective cameras
9
Helpdesk & FMS
 Provision of 24/ 7 Help Desk System for technical / operational
support
 Maintenance of IT/ Non-IT Infrastructure
 Providing Technical & Operational Manpower for seamless system
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#
Category
Summary Scope Description
operations
10
11
Implementation
Timelines
Maintenance &
Operations
Support
Phase 1: 15 Months from the date of Signing of Contract
Phase 2: 12 Months from the Go-Live of Phase 1
Project Go-Live: Date of Go-Live of Phase 2
For 5 years from the Go Live date of Phase 2
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Indicative Network Architecture for bidders’ reference:
Please note that this architecture is indicative in nature and is given in the RFP to bring clarity to
prospective bidders on the scope of Project and its intended use. The Successful Bidder shall carry out
the detail requirement analysis and prepare the Technical Architecture in consultation with APSFL.
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The overall scope of the Project is expected to be implemented in two phases. Summary details of
these two phases for above mentioned key categories of scope elements are given in the table below:
#
1
Category
Implementation Phases
Surveillance Cameras
Phase I
Phase II
 Total about 8000 (Fixed &
PTZ) cameras
 Total about 10000 (Fixed &
PTZ) cameras
 Includes
Cameras
 Includes
Cameras
2000
ANPR
2500
ANPR
 Integration of 3800 existing
police cameras
 Advance Video Analytics for
camera about 1000
 Advance Video Analytics for
camera about 1000
 Facial Recognition cameras
500
 Facial Recognition cameras
500
 Red light violation detection
for about 500 locations /
lanes
 Red light violation detection
for about 500 locations /
lanes
2
Last Mile Network
3
Enterprise
Computing
(Data Centers)
4
Application Portfolio
5
State
level
Command &
Center
Central
Control
 Basic Infrastructure required
for Phase I
6
District/Commissionerate
level Command & Control
Center/State
level
Viewing Centers
 District Command & Control
Centers (13)

 Integration with existing
other relevant IT Systems

 Basic Infrastructure required
for Phase I
 Incremental

7
Mobile Command
Control Center
8
Picture Intelligence Unit
(PIU)
9
Helpdesk & FMS
 Incremental
 Mobile Command Center (1)
 City Police Commissionerate
level Command & Control
Centers at Vizag, Vijayawad
and Tirupati
and


 Provision of 24/ 7 Help Desk
System for technical /
operational support
 Incremental
 Maintenance of IT/ Non-IT
Infrastructure
 Providing
Technical
&
Operational Manpower for
seamless system operations
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10
Integration
with
Community Surveillance
and other relevant IT
Systems
 Integration with Community
Surveillance cameras over
ONVIF / similar open
standard
 Integration
with
relevant IT Systems
other
From the perspective of project implementation, the scope has been categorised as follows:
A) Implementation Services

Assess and Prepare for each phase

Implement in each phase
B) Post-Implementation Services

Maintenance of each phase along with Helpdesk and facility management services
13.1. Prepare & Assess
A.I
Finalise the camera distribution and exact locations of the cameras at different
junctions in consultation with AP Police Department/APSFL
Bidders are required to note that while executing the Project, the Successful Bidder shall prepare the
final camera distribution plan at all the camera locations in discussion with Police Department. Actual
location for placement of pole & number of cameras at each location, type of cameras, fixation of
height & angle for the cameras would be done carefully to ensure optimum coverage. Based on the site
survey, there could be some variation in types/number of the cameras at certain locations compared
to the indicative site list given in Part 3 of this RFP. Payments to be made to the Systems Integrator
shall also be based on actual number of cameras and type of cameras installed and unit rates quoted
by the Successful Bidder shall be used to arrive at the same.
A.II Finalise the Bill of Material for the number and type of the cameras to be
implemented at about 9500 locations (new-7,500 and existing-2000)
As per the current plan of APSFL and AP Police Department, about 9,500 locations (new-7,500 and
existing-2000) needs to be covered through the surveillance cameras. Indicative list of these locations
along with the Police Department’s assessment of the indicative camera requirements is given in Part3 of the RFP. SI shall prepare the detail report on Edge level requirements – cameras (types &
numbers), camera mounting requirements, power requirements, and connectivity requirements.
Indicative list of the edge level hardware / services is as follows:

Cameras (Fixed Box Cameras, PTZ Cameras)

IR Illuminators

Managed switches

Junction boxes

Pole/ Mast

Digging & trenching
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
Networking cables and other related infrastructure

Provisioning of electrical power/backup
During the course of the Project, if some camera requires change of field of view, it should be done by
SI without any extra cost, in consultation with APSFL and Police Department. However, number of
such instances would be kept in check and are expected to be rare. Successful Bidder is expected to
accommodate such efforts in the regular post implementation support.
Bidder shall also prepare the detailed bill of material for supply & operationalisation of required
Mobile Vans fitted with Cameras. Feed from the mobile van cameras needs to be streamed through
Wireless Network & VSAT to the Command Centers and Data Centers and integrated into central
VMS.
Note:

Any change in scope of work finalised at the stage of contract finalisation or after shall be dealt
with in the ambit of the principles mentioned in the RFP.

APSFL/Police Department shall extend necessary support to SI (in terms of documentations,
meetings with concerned authorities, etc.) for getting the approvals / licenses from concerned
authorities, if all the necessary requirements are in place.
A.III Finalisation and submission of a detailed technical architecture and submission
of a detailed project plan
Within 1 week of the work order, the Systems Integrator needs to deploy the team proposed for the
Project and ensure that a Project inception report (phase I –deliverable) is submitted to APSFL which
should cover following aspects:

Names of the project team members, their roles & responsibilities

Approach & methodology to be adopted to implement the Project (which should be in line with
what has been proposed during bidding stage, but may have value additions / learning in the
interest of the Project).

Responsibility matrix for all stakeholders

Risks the Bidder anticipates and the plans they have towards their mitigation.

Detailed Project Plan, specifying dependencies between various Project activities / sub-activities
and their timelines.
Thereafter, within 2 weeks from submission of inception report, SI shall submit the detailed Technical
Architecture, which should take into consideration following guiding principles:

Scalability - Important technical components of the architecture must support scalability to
provide continuous growth to meet the growing demand of APSFL/Police Department. The
system should also support vertical and horizontal scalability so that depending on changing
requirements from time to time, the system may be scaled upwards. There must not be any
system imposed restrictions on the upward scalability in number of cameras or other edge
devices. Main technology components requiring scalability are storage, bandwidth, computing
performance (IT Infrastructure), Software/application performance and advancement in
camera features. In quantitative terms, there may not be major change in number of
District/Commissionerate level Command and Control Center and State level Viewing
Centers. However, number of cameras could be even increased over 18,000 in 5 years’ time.
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
Availability - The architecture components should be redundant and ensure that are no single
point of failures in the key solution components. Considering the high sensitivity of the system,
design should be in such a way as to be resilient to technology sabotage. To take care of remote
failure, the systems need to be configured to mask and recover with minimum outage. The Bidder
shall make the provision for high availability for all the services of the system. Redundancy has to
be considered at the core / data center components level.

Security - The architecture must adopt an end-to-end security model that protects data and the
infrastructure from malicious attacks, theft, natural disasters etc. Successful Bidder must make
provisions for security of field equipment as well as protection of the software system from
hackers and other threats. Using Firewalls and Intrusion Prevention Systems such attacks and
theft should be controlled and well supported (and implemented) with the security policy. The
virus and worm attacks should be well defended with gateway level Anti-virus system, along with
workstation level Anti-virus mechanism. There should also be an endeavour to make use of the
SSL/VPN technologies to have secured communication between Applications and its end users.
Furthermore, all the system logs should be properly stored & archived for future analysis and
forensics whenever desired. APSFL would carry out the security audit of the entire system in
approx. 3 months of Acceptance / operationalisation through a Third Party Auditor (TPA). The
following guidelines need to be observed for security:

Build a complete audit trail of all activities and operations using log reports, so that errors in
system – intentional or otherwise – can be traced and corrected.

The most appropriate level of security commensurate with the value to that function for which
it is deployed must be chosen

Access Controls must be provided to ensure that the system is not tampered or modified by
the system operators or unauthorized persons.

Implement data security to allow for changes in technology and business needs.
Field equipment installed through this Project would become an important public asset. During the
implementation phase of the Project the SI shall be required to repair / replace any equipment if
stolen / damaged. Appropriate insurance cover must be provided to all such field equipment.

Manageability - Ease of configuration, ongoing health monitoring, and failure detection are
vital to the goals of scalability, availability, and security and must be able to match the growth of
the environment.

Interoperability - The system should have capability to take feed from cameras installed by
private / Govt. at public places, digitize (if required) & compress (if required) this feed & store as
per requirements. Also system should have integration capabilities between various IT systems of
the APSFL/Police Department/or any other authorized agency as indicated in scope of work. The
system can integrate with social media platforms for social media monitoring. It may be noted
that most of the systems deployed by these large private / public/community establishments use
open standards. Bidder may carry out further study on the same. APSFL/Police Department shall
facilitate to get cooperation from the private / public establishments for community monitoring.

Open Standards - Systems should use open standards and protocols to the extent possible.
All the personnel working on the Project and having access to the Servers / Data Center should be on
payroll of the Systems Integrator. The Bidder would not be allowed to sub-contract / outsource work,
except for following:

Passive networking & civil work during implementation,
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
Viewing manpower at Command / viewing centers & Mobile Vans during post-implementation

FMS staff for non- IT support during post-implementation

Services of professional architect for design of command / viewing centers
Sub-contracting / outsourcing shall be allowed for each such need as mentioned in the clause with
prior written approval from the Authority. However, even if the work is sub-contracted / outsourced,
the sole responsibility of the work shall lie with the Bidder. The Bidder shall be held responsible for
any delay/error/non-compliance etc. of its sub-contracted vendor. The details of the sub-contracting
agreements (if any) between both the parties would be required to be submitted to APSFL/Police
Department/or any other authorized agency as nominated by the Authority.
A.IV Finalise the detailed Technical Architecture for the network
The Successful Bidder will be required to review the Technical Architecture suggested in the RFP and
finalize the detailed architecture for the overall system, incorporating findings of site survey exercise.
The network so envisaged should be able to provide real time video stream to the Command Centers
and viewing centers, Tablets for select officials through Data Centers. All the components of the
Technical Architecture should be of leading industry standards.
A.V Design the LAN connectivity requirements at locations
The Successful Bidder shall be responsible for gathering the LAN connectivity requirements at
junctions, Data Centers, Command Centers, and viewing centers. The LAN connectivity may involve
setting up the structured cabling, commissioning of active and passive components for
operationalization of the Surveillance System. The core (backbone) network connectivity is out of
Bidder’s scope, last mile connectivity i.e. from junction aggregation points to edge devices, is to be
provided by the Bidder. The details of the core connectivity will be shared with the Successful Bidder.
It is assessed about 13,000 km OFC (min. 2 Core Fiber as per prescribed specifications) to be pulled
by the selected SI for connecting the field equipments (cameras/network switches) to their nearest
POP of AP fiber grid.
Bidders are also required to do the estimation of bandwidth & storage requirements considering
following benchmark parameters:
Parameter
PTZ Camera
Resolution
Fix Box Camera
1920 X 1080
1920 X 1080
FPS (for Storage)
Normal Time
22 FPS
18 FPS
* Live viewing shall be at
25 FPS
No Movement Period
/ Night Period
12 FPS
8 FPS
With advancement of technology, if at the same bandwidth higher resolution can be transmitted, the
same shall be adopted. SI shall make available such technological benefits to the Authority within 120
days of when such advancements are made available in the open market. If such advancements are
available without any additional cost impact to the SI, these would be made available to APSFL
without any extra cost.
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The actual bandwidth requirement and storage parameters required to meet SLAs should be
calculated by the Bidder and the same shall be clearly proposed in the Technical Bid with detailed
calculations. The Authority also requires the Bidder to meet the parameters of video feed quality;
security & performance and bidders should factor the same while designing the solution.
Bidders are also required to estimate the bandwidth requirement for other connectivity (between Data
Centers, State level Command Centers, District/Commissionerate level Command and Control Center,
State level Viewing Centers) and propose in the Technical Bid.
For bandwidth estimation bidders can refer to below table:
Number
of
locations
Bandwidth calculation considerations
1
Amaravati
Command
and Control
Center
1
Amaravati CCC is designed for simultaneous viewing & event
Management capability for about 1500 cameras (about 15% of
total new cameras which are approx. 10000), approx. 200 Video
Analytics camera data (10% of 2000 video analytics cameras), 500
community CCTV cameras and 100 Mbps for other Data
management.
2
Vizag
Datacentre
(DR
for
Amaravati
DC)
1
Feed from all 18,000 cameras (new-14,200 and existing-3,800) &
2000 Community Surveillance cameras
3
Amaravati
Datacentre
(DR for Vizag
DC)
1
Feed from all 18,000 cameras (new-14,200 and existing-3,800)&
2000 Community Surveillance cameras
4
Bandwidth
DC- DR
1
Data replication link Between DC & DR
5
District
Command
Control
Center
13
These CCCs are designed for simultaneous viewing for about 192
cameras at District HQ.
6
Mobile
Command
Center
1
This CCC is designed for simultaneous viewing of around 16
cameras
7
CP
Offices
(Vijayawada,
Tirupati and
Vizag)
3
These CCCs are designed for simultaneous viewing for about 96
cameras at the Commissionerates.
8
Chief Minister
Office
1
This viewing center is designed for simultaneous viewing of
around 96 cameras
9
Chief
Secretary
Office
1
This viewing center is designed for simultaneous viewing of
around 96 cameras
#
Description
&
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#
Description
Number
of
locations
Bandwidth calculation considerations
1
0
DGP Office
1
This viewing center is designed for simultaneous viewing of
around 96 cameras
A.VI Finalise the Bill of Material for the Tier-3 Data Center Infrastructure
As part of preparing the final bill of material for the physical Data Centers, the Successful Bidder will
be required to list all passive & active components required in the Data Centers. The bill of material
proposed by the Successful Bidder will be approved by APSFL for its supply and installation.
Indicative equipment to be commissioned as part of Server Side infrastructure at Data Centers is as
under:


Servers (inclusive of OS)
o
Application Servers
o
Recording Server
o
Analytics Server
o
Database Server
o
Management Server
o
Enterprise Backup Server
o
Domain Controller
o
Antivirus Server
o
Server Load Balancer
o
Any other Server required to cater to the scope of work mentioned in this RFP volume
Application & system software
o
Video Management System
o
Updated Base Map of Andhra Pradesh State (Min 1:1000)
o
Viewing Software for GIS
o
Backup Solution
o
Enterprise Management System including SLA Management, Helpdesk Management,
Network Management & BMS
o
Anti-virus Software
o
LDAP Software
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o
Custom Software as needed to fill gaps, from open commercial market , to cater to the Project
requirements
o
ANPR (Software & License)

Workstation for Administrative Staff

Storage and storage management solution

Tape Library (as per requirement)

Core Router

Switches (L2 & L3 Switches)

Firewall

Intrusion Prevention System

Racks (Caged from all sides except data center floor)

Indoor Fixed Dome Cameras

Fire Proof Enclosure for Media Storage

All required Passive Components

Data Backup Solution
The above are only indicative requirements of IT Infrastructure requirements at Data Centers. The
Bidder may propose virtualization. The exact quantity and requirement would emerge after the
Project Design Document, prepared by the Successful Bidder and is approved by APSFL. Benchmark
specifications for various items mentioned above are given in the Annexures to this RFP Document.
A.VII Prepare roll-out plan for deployment & operationalisation of equipment
The Successful Bidder shall prepare the overall Data Center establishment & their operational plan for
this Project. The plan shall comprise deployment of all the equipment required under the Project. The
implementation roll-out plan for setting up the Data Center shall be approved by the Authority. The
detailed plan shall also comprise of the scalability, expandability and security that the Data Center will
implement under this Project.
A.VIII Preparation of Detailed FRD, SRD and SDD for the Surveillance System and for
integration with other systems
The present RFP Document covers the key expectations from the Project and various scope elements.
However, it is required that the Successful Bidder documents the requirements in detail before the
work on execution begins. Following documents are expected to be delivered as part of this
documentation:

Functional Requirements Documentation, giving complete details of the functional
aspects of the Project. Some of the key functional requirements for designing the system are
given in Annexure 8.

System Requirements Documentation, giving complete details of the entire system
components and their inter relationships to execute the Project once operational
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
System Design Documentation, detailing out the design of the Surveillance System,
Command Control Centers in particular, including integration with various IT enabled systems
like Vehicle Tracking, e-Challan system, CCTNS, Community Surveillance, etc. currently
available or being implemented by the AP Police Department. The document should also detail
out the social media monitoring and integration with social media platforms.
The Successful Bidder shall prepare above mentioned documents in discussion with all key
stakeholders (Client, Project Management Agency etc.). It is expected that the Successful Bidder
brings in leading international best practices in this field and ensures that a progressive system is
implemented for the IP CCTV Surveillance System in AP.
GIS Integration
System Integrator shall undertake detail assessment for integration of the Surveillance System with
the Geographical Information System (GIS) so that physical location of cameras, GPS fitted police
vehicles (Vehicle Tracking) are brought out on the GIS map. SI is required to carry out the seamless
integration to ensure ease of use of GIS in the Surveillance System Applications/Dashboards in State
level Command Control Centers, District/Commissionerate level Command and Control Center, State
level Viewing Centers, Police Stations & by other authorized senior officials. GIS Base Map shall be
developed or procured, supplied and integrated by the Systems Integrator at 1:1000 scale or better
with all surveillance cameras located on the map apart from the updated map of all buildings, utilities
and roads. If this requires field survey, it needs to be done by Successful Bidder. Bidder is to check the
availability of such data and it's suitability for the project.
NOTE: The GIS base map for this project shall be provided by APSFL/AP Police
department which needs to be integrated with the proposed solution.
Geographical coverage of the Project is under the jurisdiction of AP. SI shall supply viewing software
for GIS Maps and shall ensure that GIS application is integrated with VMS to support the Command
Centers to navigate on the map and use it for better spatial understanding. It should also help higher
management of Police Department to analyses the events on a spatial perspective.
GPS integration with GIS is required to locate all police vehicles (on which GPS units are fitted) on
GIS Map. Vehicle tracking should happen even while any vehicle is parked/stationary/ignition-off.
A.IX SMS Gateway Integration
SI shall carry out SMS Gateway Integration with the Surveillance System and develop necessary
applications to send mass message or SMS to groups/individuals, which can be either manual or
system generated. Any external/third party SMS gateway can be used.
A.X Detailed assessment of infrastructure requirements at Command Control Centers
– State, District/Commissionerate level & Mobile, and State wide Viewing Centres
Command Control Centers – State, District/Commissionerate level & Mobile, and State wide Viewing
Centres would be equipped with state of the art equipment to support monitoring and analysis of
video feeds.
The Command Control Centers will also have a room identified for IT Analytics and Forensic Experts
where they will analyze the incriminating video footage and certify its integrity & chain of custody.
These experts shall oversee the integration of ANPR with the other relevant databases and also
undertake R&D to evaluate and analyze various analytics related technologies and their
implementation over the years. SI shall engage services of a professional architect to prepare
appropriate design layout at the location finalized by the Authority.
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A.XI Finalise the Bill of Material for Command Control Centers –
District/Commissionerate level & Mobile, and State wide Viewing Centres
State,
Broad level indicative Bill of Material for IT Infrastructure at different command/viewing centers is
given below:
Command Control Centers


IT Components
o
Video Wall
o
Monitoring Workstations (Computers)
o
Additional Displays (Full HD viewing capacity)
o
Network Color Laser Printers
o
Indoor Fixed Dome Cameras for Internal Surveillance
o
Active Networking Components (Switches, Routers)
o
Passive Networking Components
Non-IT Components
o
Electrical Cabling and Necessary Illumination Devices
o
Fire Safety System with Alarm
o
Access Control System (RFID/ Proximity based, for all staff)
o
Full Biometric System to control entry / exit
o
Office Workstations (Furniture and Fixtures)
o
Comfort AC
o
UPS (1 hour backup)
o
Automatic DG Set to provide power backup for 12 hours to the Command Control Center
Viewing centers at District Control Room, CM office, CS office and DGP office
Broad level Bill of Material required is as follows:


IT Components
o
LED Displays (Full HD viewing capacity)
o
Monitoring Workstation (Computers)
o
Switches / Routers
Non-IT Components
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o
Office Workstations (Furniture and Fixtures)
o
UPS (60 minutes backup)
A.XII Plan to integrate the Community Surveillance
The technical solution of the SI should be able to integrate the community surveillance camera
systems spread across the state of AP as per the need/demand. The prime monitoring of community
cameras will be done at District/Commissionerate level Command & Control Center. As the
community cameras are located at sensitive areas hence it is important that these cameras are
integrated as a part of this new Surveillance System.
VMS should have provision to ensure that such video feeds can be streamed to the Command Control
Centers, District Command & Control Center and if required to viewing centers too.
As specified in the Price Bid Format 2 of Part 1, for commercial cost discovery, bidder may assume
integration of approx. 2000 community cameras. However, bidder would need to cater to specific
requirements of monitoring the feeds for more number of cameras/for longer duration, if the situation
/ security requirement demands. Such feeds would need to be stored as per the policy used for other
video feeds.
Note: For further details on Community Surveillance bidders are requested to refer to the AP Public
Safety (Measures) Enforcement Act -2013.
13.2. Implement
B.I
Supply, install, commission & configure cameras
The Successful Bidder will be required to supply, install, configure and integrate the surveillance
cameras at the identified locations and then undertake necessary work towards their commissioning.
The Successful Bidder will also be commissioning the surveillance cameras required in the Mobile
Vans.
It is a must that the poles erected to house cameras are good, both qualitatively and aesthetically.
Benchmark specifications for the poles are given in Annexure 9. Benchmark specifications for various
types of cameras to be supplied & operationalised as part of this project are given in Annexure 9.
Bidders are required to ensure that cameras proposed are capable to meet these benchmark
specifications and are also able to adhere to the functional requirements specified in Annexure 8.
SI should use the industry best practices while positioning and mounting the cameras. Some of the
check-points which need to be adhered by the SI while installing / commissioning cameras are as
follows:

Ensure Project objectives are met while positioning the cameras, creating the required field of
view

Ensure appropriate housing is provided to protect camera from the on field challenges

Carry out proper adjustments to have the best possible image

Ensure that the pole / mast implementation is vibration resistant

During implementation period, in case any camera is damaged by a vehicular accident (or due to
any other reason outside the control of SI) and needs repair, then the SI will need to repair / have
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the new camera within 15 days of the incidence. Damages are to be borne by SIs in such cases
through proper insurance.
B.I .1 Obtain all necessary legal/statutory clearances for erecting poles
Successful Bidder will have to identify and obtain necessary legal / statutory clearances for erecting
the poles and installing cameras, for provisioning of the required power, etc. It is important to
mention that a timely communication and required follow-up will be required by the Successful
Bidder for the clearances.
The Authority and the AP Police Department shall extend necessary support to the Successful Bidder
(in terms of documentations, meetings with concerned authorities, etc.) for getting the approvals from
concerned authorities, if all the necessary requirements are in place. It would be responsibility of
Successful Bidder to obtain these permissions from concerned authorities. All the possible support in
expediting such permissions would be provided from the Police Department. Delay caused due to any
reason not in control of the Successful Bidder would be considered appropriately for the project
timelines.
SI will have to then supply & erect poles at these locations well in advance to meet the camera
installation timelines.
During implementation period, in case the pole is damaged by a vehicular accident (or due to any
other reason outside the control of SI) and needs repair, then the SI will need to repair / have the new
pole within 15 days of the incident. Damages are to be borne by SIs in such cases through proper
insurance.
B.I .2 Provision of the Electricity
For the successful commissioning & operationalisation of the edge devices and to provide the video
feeds to State/District/Commissionerates level Command Control Center and Viewing Centres, the
Successful Bidder will be required to provide electricity to the edge devices through the aggregation
points. Bidder has to plan the power backup based upon the power situation across the state,
especially the district headquarters.
Since this component has dependency on approval from other agencies, it is recommended that SI
plans this requirement well in advance & submits the application to the concerned electricity
distribution agency. Registration of electrical connections is to be done in the name of APSFL. The SI
has to carry out study and identify locations to provide UPS backup, depending upon power situation
across city, so as to meet the camera uptime requirements. APSFL & AP Police Department shall
extend necessary support to the Successful Bidder (support in terms of documentations, meetings
with concerned authorities, etc.) for getting the approvals from concerned authorities, if all the
necessary requirements from the Successful Bidder are in place.
The initial cost to apply for the new connection shall be borne by SI. The recurring cost of the
electricity bills at Command and Control Centers, Viewing Centers, and Edge Devices shall be borne
by the SI during the project implementation period i.e. till the period of Go-Live of Phase 2.
Subsequently i.e. during the O&M period of the project shall be borne by the APSFL/any other
authorized agency.
B.II
Deploy / Develop, Test and Commission the Surveillance System
The Successful Bidder will be responsible for the solution deployment / customisation for
implementing end-to-end Surveillance System including its integration with other systems as
mentioned above. The application will be customised to meet the Project objectives and the
requirements of Police Department. The Bidder will ensure that the best practices for software
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development and customisation are used during the software development/customisation and
implementation exercise. This would at a minimum include:
(a) Software development/customisation based on the functional requirement specifications, system
requirement specifications, software requirement specifications and solution designs as finalised
and approved by APSFL. Wherever necessary, the Successful Bidder shall develop additional
functionality/modules on top of COTS products, in order to meet the Project requirements.
(b) Delivering the Surveillance System, along with all of the necessary modules and additional
functionalities/ integrated products, utilities, system drivers and documentation consistent with
proven standards, including product updates, technology upgrades and patches to run on the
selected operating system(s) and hardware according to the solution.
(c) Deployment and commissioning of Surveillance System with all the necessary solution elements
at the Data Center. It is pertinent to mention that application hosted at the Data Center shall be
accessible by the intended users as desired under this Project.
(d) Provision for Police Department officers to login into the system remotely from any location via a
secure private network.
B.III Supply, Install & Configure all the User Level components (Active & Passive) at
Command Center
The System Integrator shall develop a plan to procure, install, and configure all the necessary items
for the Command Control Centers, viewing centers and Police Stations in a timely fashion in different
phases. There should be a tracker created and shared with the Authority & AP Police Department that
would track all the commissioning of the equipment, the timelines adhered to and the compliance to
the requirements.
B.IV
Supply, install, configure & commission Server Side Infrastructure
The Successful Bidder shall provide system integration services to procure and commission the
required software and hardware infrastructure at the Data Centers and deploy the complete
surveillance management applications. The SI shall be completely responsible for the sourcing,
installation, commissioning, testing and certification of the necessary software licenses and
infrastructure required to deploy the solution at the Data Centers. The SI shall be responsible for
provisioning of connectivity from cameras to Data Centers and Data Centers to the Command and
Control Centers, excluding the core backbone connectivity.
The System Integrator shall be required to submit a detailed installation report post installation of all
the equipment at approved locations. The report shall be utilized during the acceptance testing period
of the Project to verify the actual quantity of the equipment supplied and commissioned under the
Project.
B.V
Procure & configure the required Mobile Command Centers
Mobile vans would be used as and when the situation demands to capture the real-time video feed of
an incident. These will be built on 4x4 rugged vehicles and will house communications equipment that
may be required to stream video feeds to Command and Control Center. It is proposed to deploy one
such van. SI shall provide the required manpower for supporting operations and maintenance of the
cameras & associated equipment’s in the vehicle on 24 / 7 basis. Ownership for provisioning of vans
for fabrication would be with AP Police Department. Detail operational guideline document shall be
prepared during implementation phase, which shall specify detail responsibilities of these resources
and their Do’s & Don’ts for the personnel.
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Mobile vans shall have the appropriate wireless connectivity to connect to the nearest Command
Control Center through the Data Centers, local storage for storing at least 24 hour video feed for 4
cameras (7 days), local computing and processing capabilities & a seating capability for minimum four
people. It is also proposed to have VSAT (min. 2 MBPS bandwidth) as a backup connectivity for these
mobile vans so that these vans are able to stream at least one camera feed at a time to the Command
and Control Centers even if the terrestrial network is down. The satellite antenna for VSAT
connectivity will be deployed on the roof of the van.
Indicative list of the Bill of Material for Mobile Command Center Van is as follows:

1 rugged Laptop with 18.5” Screen (for local viewing on multiple/rugged terrains meeting Mil/EN
standards )

Display unit

Wireless Connectivity with backup VSAT connectivity

GPS Equipment to connect to the Vehicle Tracking System

1 Full HD PTZ Camera; 2 Fixed Box Cameras (No. of cameras could be increased to 6 in future)

Local Storage for all cameras of Mobile Van for 24 hours (Video storage from Mobile Vans also
required to be stored on Primary storage for 7 days & on Secondary Storage for 23 days at Data
Centers)

1 IP Phone

Local Area Network connecting Cameras, Laptop, Storage, Wireless Base Station, VSAT
equipment, IP Phone and Handheld Device

1 Video Full HD Handheld Camera with capability to stream videos through Wi-Fi / WiMAX

Bidder to propose a Handheld camera meeting the common benchmark specifications specified
for Fixed Box cameras
Please note that the mobile van component (including all the related components) is optional, the
Authority shall decide upon its inclusion or exclusion at a later date. APSFL’s decision in this regard
shall be final and binding upon the Successful Bidder.
APSFL/AP Police department would also want to setup viewing centers where video feeds from
wireless CCTV cameras can be captured. These cameras shall transmit video feeds over Wi-Fi / 3G /
4G connectivity to the temporary viewing center in the Police vans. Viewing in these Police vans will
be done over Laptops. The video feeds may be stored locally in the Police van and if necessary, later
archived for investigation purposes.
13.3. Phase wise Implementation
The entire implementation of this project and its maintenance is divided into two phases. The detailed
work to be undertaken in each phase by the Successful Bidder for setting up & operationalisation of
the Project is given in subsequent sections and is to be performed as per the specifications and
conditions mentioned in this RFP and as per any further amendments issued and the contract to be
signed with the Successful Bidder subsequently. However, each phase shall be fully functional and
independent of the subsequent phases.
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13.3.1. Phase 1
Implementation Tasks
1.
Preparation of location wise layout of all assets envisaged to be part of Phase I
2.
Getting necessary permissions from various local authorities to carry out the work at site.
3.
Dispatch clearance to be taken from the departments before supply of any items at store.
4.
Store processes to be completed for all the material before using it at site.
5.
Installation of Poles as per the specifications provided in RFP.
6.
Digging / trenching, conduiting (where aerial laying may not be feasible for any reason)
cabling and make good.
7.
Taping the necessary power from the source power approved by electricity board.
8.
Installation of junction boxes, switches, cameras, IR illuminators and other location devices.
9.
Configuration of all the equipment and testing at the junction level along with camera settings
so that it meet the technical and functional requirements.
10. Set-up of State level Command and Control Center and Data Centers as per specifications
provided in RFP.
11. Data Centers will act as the backup Data Centers for each other.
12. Set-up of District/City Police Commissionerate level Command and Control Center
13. Set-up of State-wide viewing centers at Chief Minister’s Office, Chief Secretary’s Office and
DGP’s Office
14. Establishing the network connectivity (inclusive of integration with Core backbone network
provided by APSFL) of field devices, District/Commissionerate level Command and Control
Center, State level Viewing Centers, State level CCC and DC.
15. Video wall solution set-up at Command Control Center for viewing feeds from the edge devices
16. Installation and commissioning of systems at District Command & Control Center for live
viewing of feeds under their jurisdiction.
17. Installation and commissioning of systems at viewing centers at CM, CS and DGP offices for
live viewing of feeds under their jurisdiction
18. Integration of existing Police cameras for viewing at District Command & Control Center, CM,
CS, DGP offices and CCC.
19. Provisioning of viewing of community cameras at District Command & Control Center, CM,
CS, DGP offices and CCC on need basis.
20. PAT for Phase I
21. Hand-over of all documentation required to operate and maintain the system.
22. Provision of the Operational Manpower to view the feeds at Command Control Center, District
Command & Control Center, Mobile Command Centers.
23. Training for all the operators on operations of system
24. FAT & Go-Live for Phase I
13.3.2. Phase 2
Implementation Tasks
1.
Preparation of location wise layout of all assets envisaged to be part of Phase II
2. Getting necessary permissions from various local authorities to carry out the work at site.
3. Dispatch clearance to be taken from the departments before supply of any items at store.
4. Store processes to be completed for all the material before using it at site.
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Implementation Tasks
5.
Installation of Poles as per the specifications provided in RFP.
6. Set up for Mobile Command Center
7.
Digging / trenching, conduiting (where aerial laying may not be feasible for any reason) cabling
and make good Taping the necessary power from the source power approved by electricity board.
8. Installation of junction boxes, switches, cameras, IR lights and other location devices.
9. Configuration of all the equipment’s and testing at the junction level along with camera settings
so that it meet the technical and functional requirements.
10. Addition of incremental items at Data Centers
11. Establishing the connectivity of Phase II edge devices and additional viewing centers with the
Data Centers and Command Control Centers and Police Stations.
12. Provisioning of viewing of additional community cameras at District Command & Control
Center, CM, CS, DGP offices and CCC on need basis.
13. Integration of Dial-100 CAD and other relevant IT Systems.
14. Integration of the systems of Phase 1 with Phase II.
15. PAT for Phase II.
16. Hand-over of the system at the end of contractual period along with all documentation required
to operate and maintain the system.
17. Training for the additional systems.
18. FAT & Go-Live for Phase II.
19. Integrated User Acceptance Testing for Phase I & Phase II & Go Live.
20. Commencement of Maintenance period for Phase II
13.4. Additional Components
APSFL/AP Police department wants to leverage several additional features included below and will
make a decision on the phase to include the same based on responses received from the proposals.
The Authority shall decide upon its inclusion or exclusion at a later date. The Authority’s decision in
this regard shall be final and binding upon the Successful Bidder.
13.4.1. Vehicle Mounted Cameras
The video cameras are to be mounted on police vehicles and should capture the live video stream,
store, retrieve and analyse video images to enable centralize surveillance & monitoring thus increase
operational efficiency.
These vehicle mounted video camera system should consists of vehicle top mounted cameras; invehicle camera; mobile NVR and Switch; and Camera lift unit in each vehicle. ANPR camera system
will be mounted on roofs of police vehicles. Installing ANPR systems must be integrated into the
overall ALPR system and infrastructure and must be compatible.
The system is meant for day/night viewing and recording, Successful Bidder is responsible to provide
clear night vision videos where the object is visible and clearly identified. It is in the scope of the SI to
provide extra illumination if required to enable the clarity & quality of the night images for object
visibility. As an example, it should be possible to see the vehicle number plate or a person face in
complete darkness.
SI should survey and evaluate the provided vehicle and is responsible to design the vehicle accessories
and fixtures for fixing the Vehicle mounted video camera surveillance system including all necessary
cabling, wiring and other related accessories including power supply to the equipment.
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The NVR should be equipped with at least 8-day video recording space. The retention of the video
recording images is 7-days and it will be uploaded to the designated center for further processing.
NVRs to be connected using 3G/4G/Wi-Fi to enable on demand viewing at the command control
centers.
SI shall supply and install automated video syncing software and along with the required hardware,
licenses and infrastructure to upload the video recorded feeds to central command center. The
technical specifications for cameras are provided in Annexure 9 under Vehicle mounted cameras. The
NVR specification is provided in Annexure 9.
13.4.2. 4K Ultra High Definition Cameras
Cameras that are 8 megapixel and above delivering 4K ultra HD resolution videos and detailed
viewing when zoomed-in to allow viewing of larger areas as well as moving objects in higher
resolutions without distortions.
13.4.3. Offline Facial Recognition Software
An offline facial recognition analytic software/ server to identify criminals from the database. This
database will contain variety of images including sketches, historic images, masked images etc. within
large streams of video data.
13.5. Preparation and implementation of the Information
security policy, including policies on backup
The Successful Bidder shall prepare the Information Security Policy for the overall Project and the
same would be reviewed and then finalised by APSFL & the AP Police Department & its authorized
committees. The Security policy needs to be submitted by the Systems Integrator within 1st quarter of
the successful Final Acceptance Tests.
The Systems Integrator should then obtain ISO 27001 certification for all the viewing centers and the
Command and Control Centers within 2 quarters of Final Acceptance Test. Payment from 3rd Quarter
onwards shall be withheld till this certification is obtained by the Successful Bidder.
13.6. Training to the Police Personnel for operationalization
of the system
Training is an important aspect of this Project, and Government expects the Successful Bidder to
undertake it in a very professional manner. Bidder has to conduct a proper training need analysis of
all the concerned staff and draw up a systematic training plan in line with the overall Project plan. For
all these training programs the Bidder has to provide necessary course material and reference
manuals (user/maintenance/ administration) along with training schedules for all phases. The
training shall held at various office/department locations as finalised by the Police Department
Trainings would be of three types as per time line defined in Part 1 of RFP for different phases of the
Project:
1. Functional Training: This training would focus on the use of the surveillance software at
Command and Control Centers, so that the users are aware of all the operations of the
Surveillance System and are able to implement the overall process defined by the Police
Department for optimum use of the system. Broad training requirement defined for the purpose
of calculation of effort is as follows:

Initial training of approx. 400 police personnel, i.e. about 20 batches of 20 personnel each
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
Additional training programme of 1 batch (of 20 personnel) of 2 days every month

Expected training time of 24 hours (3 days of 8 hours each)
2. Administrative Training: This training would focus on the administration of Surveillance
System and server infrastructure and would be imparted to about 8 – 10 staff identified by the
Police Department for administration of the system from Police Department’s side. SI shall also
provide additional training programme of 1 batch (of 8 - 10 personnel) of 5 days every 6 months.
Expected training time would be 40 hrs (5 days of 8 hrs each).
3. Senior Management Training: This training would focus on how to use the Surveillance
System for day-to-day monitoring by the Sr. Management and access various exception reports.
Broad training requirement defined for the purpose of calculation of effort is as follows:

Initial Training of approx. 40 police officers (i.e. about 4 batches of 10 officers each)

Additional training programme of 1 batch (of 10 personnel) of 2 days every 3 months

Expected training time of 8 hrs
Note: Additional Training requirements will be assessed by Police Department along with SI when
such requirements arise.
Other requirements to be fulfilled by the Successful Bidder with respect to training are as follows:

Prepare the training material in consultation with APSFL and AP Police Department& its
authorized committees. Detailed training manuals would be prepared by the Systems Integrator
prior to the start of the training. Master copies of all training material should be submitted to the
Authority for approval.

One Hard Copy & One Soft Copy of the training material shall be given by the Systems Integrator
to all the trainees. Functional training shall be delivered at each of the Viewing Centers, while
location for the Administrative & Sr. Management Training would be decided subsequently.

Successful Bidder should ensure that the knowledge transfer to the Police Department staff
happens effectively post training.
13.7. Partial Acceptance Testing & Final Acceptance Testing
of Project phase wise
The acceptance test for the Project shall be carried as per the phases by the Authority or any other
authorized Agency/Committee. The Successful Bidder should cooperate with Client to ensure
successful completion of acceptance tests.
The acceptance test shall consist of a Partial Acceptance Test (PAT) and Final acceptance test (FAT)
for Phase 1. For remaining phases the FAT shall be issued after PAT of the respective phase along with
integration of the scope of work for earlier phases.
The Successful Bidder shall submit a detailed acceptance testing document at the stage of planning
and APSFL and the Successful Bidder shall mutually agree upon the same.
13.7.1. Partial Acceptance Test
Partial Acceptance Test shall involve scrutiny of documents for various IT / Non-IT components to
verify if the specifications conform to the technical and functional requirements mentioned in the RFP
and subsequent corrigendum. APSFL reserves right to conduct physical inspection of the equipment
delivered to ensure that they arrive at the sites in good condition and are free from physical damage
and incomplete shipments and shall return the products to the supplier at the supplier’s expenses if
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required quality is not maintained. Physical inspection of hardware will also include physical checking
and counting of the delivered equipment in presence of the Successful Bidder. This equipment will
only be acceptable as correct when each received item corresponds with the checklist that will be
prepared by the Successful Bidder prior to shipment. Any shortfalls in terms of number of items
received may render the delivered equipment incomplete. SI shall submit TPA test reports on
performance for the critical components like cameras, active network equipment’s, servers, video wall,
etc. The TPA should be approved by APSFL. Physical verification of the individual items would be
undertaken as part of FAT for Server Side equipment & Mobile Vans.
13.7.2. Final Acceptance Test
After successful installation of equipment in accordance with the requirements in the RFP, the
Successful Bidder would need to carry out Final Acceptance Testing in 2 different phases - (a) Unit
Testing and (b) Integration Testing. These tests would be carried out based on the test cases
developed and validated by the Authority. Apart from the functional testing of the entire system
components, the testing would also verify following aspects:

Configuration Testing (to ensure that all the components are configured properly)

Security Testing (to review & evaluate security controls)
Final acceptance certificate shall be issued by APSFL to the Successful Bidder after successful testing
in a real time condition for at least 15 days of trouble free operation. The date on which final
acceptance certificate is issued for final phase shall be deemed date of the successful commissioning of
the Project. APSFL shall consider implementation of 95 percent cameras of the phase as a sufficient
condition for the overall Project Go-Live for that phase. Any delay by the Successful Bidder in the
performance of its contracted obligations shall render the Successful Bidder liable to the imposition of
appropriate liquidated damages or termination, unless agreed otherwise by the Authority.
13.8. System Documents, User Documents
The Successful Bidder will provide documentation, which should follow the ITIL (Information
Technology Infrastructure Library) standards. This documentation should be submitted as the Project
undergoes various stages of implementation. Indicative list of documents include:

Project Commencement Documentation: Project Plan in giving out micro level activities
with milestones & deadlines.

Cabling Layout: Systems Integrator shall submit the detailed cabling layout including cable
routing, telecommunication closets and telecommunication outlet/ connector designations. The
layout shall detail locations of all equipment and indicate all wiring pathways.

Equipment Manuals: Original Manuals from OEMs.

Installation Manual: For all the application systems

Training Material: Training Material will include the presentations used for trainings and also
the required relevant documents for the topics being covered. Training registers should be
submitted for same.

User Manuals: For all the application software modules, required for operationalisation of the
system.

System Manual: For all the application software modules, covering detail information required
for its administration.
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
Standard Operational Procedure (SOP) Manual: The Bidder shall be responsible for
preparing SOP Manual relating to operation and maintenance of each and every service as
mentioned in this RFP. The draft process (SOP) document shall be formally signed off by APSFL
& AP Police Department before completion of Final Acceptance Test. This SOP manual will be
finalised by the Bidder within 2 months of operationalisation of each phase, in consultation with
the APSFL and formally signed off by the AP Police Department.
Note: The Successful Bidder will ensure upkeep & updation of all documentation and manuals during
the contractual period. The ownership of all documents, supplied by the Successful Bidder, will be
with APSFL. Documents shall be submitted in two copies each in printed (duly hard bound) & in
softcopy Formats.
13.9. Post Implementation Services
Success of the Project would lie on how professionally and methodically the entire Project is managed
once the implementation is completed. From the Systems Integrator perspective too this is a critical
phase since the quarterly payments are linked to the SLA’s in the post implementation phases. System
Integrator thus is required to depute a dedicated team of professionals to manage the Project and
ensure adherence to the required SLAs.
13.9.1. Helpdesk and Facilities Management Services
The Successful Bidder will be required to establish the helpdesk and provide facilities management
services to support the APSFL & AP Police Department officials in performing their day-to-day
functions related to this system.
The Successful Bidder shall setup a central helpdesk dedicated (i.e. on premise) for the Project, which
shall be supported by their field units, proposed to be setup at Command Control Centers and various
Viewing Centers. This helpdesk would be operational upon implementation of the Phase 1 of the
Project and will further be increased during the subsequent phase. The successful Bidder is required
to provide the O&M manpower for the period contract at each of the State level/District level/City
Police Commissionerate level Command and Control Center (CCC), Mobile CCC and State wide
viewing centers.
Providing helpdesk/support services from a shared facility of any other party/provider
is not permitted.
Functional requirements of the helpdesk management system, fully integrated with the enterprise
monitoring and network management system, are provided in Annexure 8. The system will be
accessed by APSFL & AP Police Department officials for raising their incidents and logging calls for
support. The detailed service levels and response time, which the Successful Bidder is required to
maintain for provisioning of the FMS services are described in the Service Level Agreement of this
RFP. Systems Integrator is also required to depute a dedicated, centralised project management &
technical team for the overall Project management and interaction with Sr. Police Dept. personnel.
Planning, suggesting and submitting the Surveillance System up-grade plan(s) for five years from the
date of acceptance along with detailed specifications
As we are aware, constant changes / updates happen in technology, and it is very important that the
Surveillance System implemented by the authority keeps its pace with the technology. APSFL and AP
Police Department would want the Successful Bidder to submit a report, every 6 months, on the
advancements available in technology to make the best use of the existing infrastructure. In this
report, the SI can suggest certain improvements in the Software to make the operations more
effective. Any upgradation / augmentation suggested by the SI would be analysed by the Authority
and appropriate decision would be taken. After "Go-Live" the major modifications or additions in the
application shall be done through change management requests.
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Over the period of the contract, even after the Go-Live of the system, department may require certain
modifications or additions in the application or the development of new modules. In such a situation,
the selected Bidder shall be responsible for carrying out software enhancement/development
activities, as requested by the Department. Any Software development / modification will need to pass
through the following envisaged phase:

Feasibility study / proposal for change

Conceptualization of solution

Requirement study

Design

Development

Unit and Integration testing

Regression Testing

User acceptance testing

Roll out
At each of the above phases, the Successful Bidder would have the deliverables (including
documentation) reviewed and approved by the authority or its nominated agencies/ representatives.
ASFL will approve all the deliverables; only then should the Successful Bidder shall commence with
the next course of action. Software modifications / development will be considered completed only
after formal acceptance provided by APSFL.
13.9.2. Hand-over of the system at the end of contractual
period along with all documentation required to
operate and maintain the system
System Integrator will supply to the authority the following before the expiry of the contract:

Information relating to the current services rendered and data relating to the performance of the
services; Entire documentation relating to various components of the Project, any other data and
confidential information related to the Project;

All other information (including but not limited to documents, records and agreements) relating
to the products & services related to the project to enable APSFL and its nominated agencies, or
its replacing Successful Bidder to carry out due diligence in order to transition the provision of the
Project Services to APSFL or its nominated agencies, or its replacing Successful Bidder (as the
case may be).
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14. Responsibility Matrix
The roles of the stakeholders shall change over a period of time as the Project will evolve from design
to implementation and enter the operations phase. Stakeholders’ responsibilities, illustrative
organisational structure for the design & implementation phase, operational phase is given below:
Various stakeholders identified for the Project are as below:
APSFL : AP State FiberNet Limited / AP Police Department / Any other authorized agency as
nominated by the Authority
OS
: Other Stakeholders (Municipalities, Power Department, Water Works Department, etc.)
PMA
: Project Management Agency
SI
: Systems Integrator (Successful Bidder to be selected for the Project’s Implementation)
Responsibilities are shown using RACI Matrix which splits Project tasks down to four participatory
responsibility types that are then assigned to different stakeholders in the Project.
R (Responsible)- Those who do work to achieve the task
A (Approve)
- The Stakeholder that ultimately approves the task
C (Consulted) - Those whose opinions are sought (2 way communications)
#
Activity
OS
PMA
SI
- Those who are kept up-to-date on progress (1 way communication)
APSFL
I (Informed)
1.
Preparation of the Draft RFP
C
C
R
-
2.
Review of the Draft RFP
R
C
C
-
3.
Preparation of the Final RFP
C
C
R
-
4.
Publishing of RFP
A
I
C
I
5.
Bid Evaluation & Bid Management
A
I
R
I
6.
Signing of the Contract
R
I
C
R
7.
Preparation of the Inception Report
C
I
C
R
8.
Finalize the List of Locations for Edge Devises in consultation
with APSFL and Police Department & Prepare the detailed
plan for Camera Connectivity with Command Centers
A
C
C
R
9.
Prepare SRS documentation for the Video Surveillance
Solution & the Video Analytics Solution, Finalize Reporting
Formats / Base Rules
I
-
C
R
10.
Validate the Technical Design and Review SRS documentation
A
-
R
C
11.
Submission of the Partial Acceptance Testing & Final
Acceptance Testing Formats
A
-
C
R
12.
Supply, Installation, Configuration and Commissioning of
various equipment, components, systems
I
I
C
R
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#
Activity
APSFL
OS
PMA
SI
13.
Supply, Installation of other facilities such as Interiors,
Electrical, UPS, DG Sets, Access Control System, BMS Fire
detection and suppression System, etc.
I
I
I
R
14.
Provisioning of Connectivity between Cameras, Control
Center, Viewing Centers
C
I
I
R
15.
Preparing and implementing the Surveillance system,
information security policy, including policies on backup
A
I
C
R
16.
Preparation of the Policy Documents for Use & Operations of
Surveillance System for the Andhra Pradesh CCTV
Surveillance System
A
C
C
R
17.
Guideline document / manual to standardize file Formats,
compression types, interfaces, to be used by various agencies
concerned with video / photograph recording & storage.
A
I
C
R
18.
Guidelines for video data handling for submission of the video
data to judiciary as legal evidence
A
I
C
R
19.
Guideline document / manual for setting up of Video
Surveillance System by Private and Public institutions within
the city
A
C
C
R
20.
Preparation of the Guideline Documents for allowing CCTV
Feed of Public / Private Organizations to the Project
A
I
C
R
21.
Training and Capacity Building for the Andhra Pradesh Police
Department for operation of the system
R
I
C
R
22.
Partial Acceptance Testing & Final Acceptance Testing of IT &
Non-IT Equipment
A
I
C
R
23.
System Documents, User Documents as per ITIL (Information
Technology Infrastructure Library) standards
I
I
C
R
24.
Review and Validation of the Documentation submitted by
System Integrator
A
I
R
C
25.
Providing technically qualified manpower for maintenance of
the entire system
A
-
C
R
26.
On-Site Facilities Management service
A
I
I
R
27.
Comprehensive warranty maintenance of the supplied
equipment/Services
I
I
I
R
28.
Provision of on-site spares/Services
I
I
I
R
29.
Weekly Progress Reports
I
I
C
R
30.
Monthly Progress Reports
I
I
C
R
31.
Penalty for breach of SLA
A
I
C
R
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#
Activity
APSFL
OS
PMA
SI
32.
Completion certificate after each phase
A
I
R
R
33.
Hand-over of the system at the end of contractual period along
with all documentation required to operate and maintain the
system
A
C
I
R
NOTE: The Authority reserves the right to make appropriate modifications to the above mentioned
responsibility matrix based on the project requirements/field conditions in the interest of the Project.
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15. Common
guidelines
/
comments
regarding
the
compliance
of
equipment/systems

The specifications mentioned for various IT / Non-IT components are indicative requirements
and should be treated for benchmarking purpose only. Bidders are required to undertake their
own requirement analysis and may propose higher specifications that are better suited to the
requirements.

Any manufacturer and product name mentioned in the RFP should not be treated as a
recommendation of the manufacturer / product.

None of the IT / Non-IT equipment’s proposed by the Bidder should be End of Life product. It is
essential that the technical proposal is accompanied by the OEM certificate in the Format given in
Volume I of this RFP, where-in the OEM will certify that the product is not end of life product &
shall support for at least 7.5 years from the date of Bid Submission.

All IT Components should support IPv4 and IPv6.

Technical Bid should be accompanied by OEM’s product brochure / datasheet. Bidders should
provide complete make, model, part numbers and sub-part numbers for all equipment/software
quoted, in the Technical Bid.

Bidder should ensure that only one make and model is proposed for one component in Technical
Bid for example all PTZ cameras must belong to a single OEM and must be of the same model etc.

Bidders should ensure complete warranty and support for all equipment from OEMs. All the backto-back service agreements should be submitted along with the Technical Bid.

All equipment, parts should be original and new.

The user interface of the system should be a user friendly Graphical User Interface (GUI).

Critical core components of the system should not have any requirements to have proprietary
platforms and should conform to open standards.

For custom made modules, industry standards and norms should be adhered to for coding during
application development to make debugging and maintenance easier. Object oriented
programming methodology must be followed to facilitate sharing, componentizing and multipleuse of standard code. Before hosting the application, it shall be subjected to application security
audit (by any of the CERTIN empanelled vendors) to ensure that the application is free from any
vulnerability; and approved by the APSFL/Police Department.

All the Clients Machines / Servers shall support static assigned IP addresses or shall obtain IP
addresses from a DNS/DHCP server.

The Successful Bidder should also propose the specifications of any additional servers / other
hardware, if required for the system.

The indicative architecture of the system is given in this volume. The Successful Bidder must
provide the architecture of the solution it is proposing.
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
The system servers and software applications will be hosted in Data Centers as specified in the
Bid. It is important that the entire set of Data Center equipment are in safe custody and have
access from only the authorized personnel and should be in line with the requirements & SLAs
defined in the RFP .

The Servers provided should meet industry standard performance parameters (such as CPU
Utilisation of 60 percent or less, disk utilisation of 75 percent or less). In case any non-standard
computing environment is proposed (such as cloud), detail clarification needs to be provided in
form of supporting documents, to confirm (a) how the sizing has been arrived at and (b) how SLAs
would be met.

SI is required to ensure that there is no choking point / bottleneck anywhere in the system (endto-end) and enforce performance and adherence to SLAs. SLA reports must be submitted as
specified in the Bid without fail.

All the hardware and software supplied should be from the reputed Original Equipment
Manufacturers (OEMs). APSFL/Police Department/or any other authorized agency as nominated
by the Authority reserves the right to ask replacement of any hardware / software if it is not from
a reputed brand and conforms to all the requirements specified in the RFP documents.

Cameras and the Video Management / Video Analytics Software should be ONVIF Core
Specification ‘2.X’ or ‘S’, ‘G’ compliant and provide support for ONVIF profiles such as Streaming,
Storage, Recording, Playback, retrieval of local stored video and Access Control.

System Integrator shall place orders on various OEMs directly and not through any subcontractor / partner.

All licenses should be in the name of the APSFL.
NOTE: For all supply equipment’s, registered service/support center of the respective OEM should be
existing or established in India within 30 days of award of contract. The Bidder should submit an
undertaking from the OEM to that effect.
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16. Annexure 8: Functional Requirements
Functional Requirement of the overall Surveillance System can be categorised into following
components:
 Information to be Captured by Edge Devises
 Information to be analysed at the Command and Control Centers
 Role Based Access to the Entire System
 Information to be made available to different Police Stations
 Storage / Recording Requirements
 Other General Requirements
 Information to be captured by Edge Devices
Cameras being the core of the entire Surveillance System, it is important that their selection is
carefully done to ensure suitability & accuracy of the information captured on the field and they are
rugged, durable & compact. These cameras need to work on 24 X 7 basis and transmit quality video
feeds to the centralized Data Center and would capture the video feeds at 18 FPS for majority of the
time and at 8 FPS for the lean period. However, APSFL may take the regular review of the
requirements for video resolution, FPS and may change these numbers to suit certain specific
requirements (for example, there could be a situation when certain cameras are required to be viewed
at higher FPS for specific period. It is estimated that not more than 5% of the cameras would be
required to be viewed at higher FPS at a given point of time). Video feeds may be stored at higher FPS
(i.e. 18), for recorded evidence for future investigation, even for lean time.
Vehicle number detection is to be made possible on the ANPR cameras. ANPR cameras should also
have capability to detect Red Light Violation. The complete tracking of the vehicle is to be made
possible on the GIS map to locate any suspicious / identified vehicle. The identified or suspicious
vehicle may be flagged by any police personnel or sensed by ANPR or through other analytics like
vehicle tracking based on colour & shape of the vehicle. Bidder to consider the real life situation
prevalent in the city, for various types of vehicle number plates while proposing the solution, to meet
the requirement specified in the RFP. If any specific intervention is required w.r.t. to lane control
(which has to practical in the field) to improve the effectiveness. APSFL shall discuss with SI and take
necessary decisions during the implementation period.
Benchmark camera specifications are mentioned in the Annexure 9 in Part 2 of RFP. It is
recommended to clearly identify in SLAs that cameras need to transmit quality video feed
(appropriately focused, clear, un-blurred, jitter free, properly lit, unobstructed, etc.). Packet loss is to
be less than 0.5 percent.
Information to be analysed at the Command and Control Centers:
The proposed Video Management System should provide a complete end-to-end solution for security
surveillance application. The control center shall allow an operator to view live / recorded video from
any camera on the IP network. The combination of control center and the IP network would create a
virtual matrix, which would allow switching of video streams around the system.
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As informed in the RFP, not all the cameras would be simultaneously viewed at Command Control
Centers This shall from time to time help take decisions on utilization of Alerts / Exceptions / Triggers
generated by cameras, and specify the client machines where these would get populated automatically.
Role Based Access to the Entire System
Various users should have access to the system using single sign on and should be role based.
Different roles which could be defined (to be finalized at the stage of SRD) could be Administrator,
Supervisor, Officer, Operator, etc. Apart from role based access, the system should also be able to
define access based on location. Other minimum features required in the role based authentication
systems are as follows:

The management module should be able to capture basic details (including mobile number &
email id) of the APSFL and Police Personnel & other personnel requiring Viewing /
Administration rights to the system. There should be interface to change these details, after
proper authentication.

Rights to different modules / sub-modules / functionalities should be role based and proper log
report should be maintained by the system for such access.

Biometric standardized coupled with login name & password should be enabled to ensure that
only the concerned personnel are able to login into the system.

Surveillance System should have capability to map the cameras to the police personnel from
different Police Stations. There should be interface to change these mappings too.

For PTZ cameras, there should be provision to specify hierarchy of operators / officers for control
of the cameras from various locations.

The number of users shall increase as per phase wise implementation. SI is expected to estimate
and provision the same based on the phase wise requirements given in RFP.

Windows Active Directory/LDAP or any such system can be used to design role based access.
Information to be made available to different Police Stations
The proposed Video Management System shall provide a complete end-to-end solution for security
surveillance application. The Command & Control Centers shall allow an operator of any Police
Station to view live / recorded video from any camera on the IP network. The combination of control
center and the IP network would create a virtual matrix, which would allow switching of video streams
around the system.
Authority personnel shall have following access to the video feeds of the cameras of their jurisdiction:

Viewing rights to all the live Camera Feeds

Viewing rights to the stored feeds, stored on Primary / Secondary Storage

Ability to view stored feeds from collaborative public CCTV surveillance system

Access to view Alerts / Exceptions / Triggers raised (as per requirements defined by PIU from
time to time)

Trail Report on specific person / object / vehicle for a specific period / location
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
Personalized Dashboard (depending upon grade of police officer, detailed requirement
finalization will be done during Pre-Implementation stage)

Accessibility to advanced analytics on recorded footages (as per requirements defined by PIU
from time to time)

Provide search of recorded video. Advanced search should be possible based on various filters like
alarm / event, area, camera, etc.
Storage/Recording Requirements
It is proposed that the storage solution is modular enough to ensure compliance to the changes in
storage / recording policy, to be evolved upon initial deployment of the system. As discussed during
the meetings with APSFL & AP Police Department, following storage requirements are proposed for
the project:

There will be 2-DC at Vizag and Amaravati

Both the DC will be in active-active mode

Each DC will act as DR for each other

30 days of storage for all camera feeds

Archival/Backup to be done on NAS / Scale-out NAS / SAN / Unified or equivalent storage
solution

Data on storage would be over-written automatically by newer data after the stipulated time
period. If some data is flagged by police personnel (or by designated personnel) as important data
/ evidence data due to some reporting of crime in the area or due to court order or due to
suspicious activity, it would need to be stored for longer duration, as per requirements. Police
Department would analyse such flagged data every 3 months to take such decisions for
preservation of the flagged data beyond 90 days on secondary storage.

Full audit trail of reports to be maintained for 90 days.

Please refer Annexure 10 in Part2 of RFP for specifications for storage.

Retrieval time for any data stored on secondary storage should be max. 4 hours for critical data &
8 hours for other data.

The recording servers / system, once configured, shall run independently of the Video
Management system and continue to operate in the event that the Management system is off-line.

The system shall support the use of separate networks, VLANs or switches for connecting the
cameras to the recording servers to provide physical network separation from the clients and
facilitate the use of static IP addresses for the devices.

The system shall support H.264 or better, MPEG-4 and MJPEG compression Formats for all
analog cameras connected to encoders and all IP cameras connected to the system.

The system shall record the native frame rate and resolution supplied by the camera or as
configured by the operator from the system administration server.

The system should not limit amount of storage to be allocated for each connected device.
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
The on-line archiving capability shall be transparent and allow designated personnel to browse
and archive recordings without the need to restore the archive video to a local hard drive for
access.

The system shall allow for the frame rate, bit rate and resolution of each camera to be configured
independently for recording. The system shall allow the user to configure groups of cameras with
the same frame rate, bit rate and resolution for efficient set-up of multiple cameras
simultaneously.

The system shall support archiving or the automatic transfer of recordings from a camera’s default
database to another location on a time-programmable basis without the need for user action or
initiation of the archiving process. Archiving shall allow the duration of the camera’s recordings to
exceed the camera’s default database capacity. Archives shall be located on either the recording
server or on a connected network drive. If the storage area on a network drive becomes
unavailable for recording the system should have the ability to trigger actions such as the
automatic sending of email alerts and sound alerts to necessary personnel.

Bandwidth optimisation
o
The Recording Server / System shall offer different codec (H.264, MJPEG, MPEG-4, etc.) and
frame rate (CIF, 4CIF, QCIF) options for managing the bandwidth utilisation for live viewing
on the Client systems. (through use of multiple systems such as transcoding server)
o
From the Department systems, the user shall have the option of having video images
continually streamed or only updated on motion to conserve bandwidth between the Client
systems and the Recording Server.

The Recording Server / System shall support camera (analogue and IP cameras) devices from
various manufacturers.

The Recording Server / System shall support the PTZ protocols of the supported devices listed by
the camera OEMs.

The system shall support full two-way audio between Client systems and remote devices. (Audio
from certain set of cameras can be recorded in future).

Failover Support

o
The system shall support automatic failover for recording servers. This functionality shall be
accomplished by failover server as a standby unit that shall take over in the event that one of a
group of designated recording servers fails. Recordings shall be synchronized back to the
original recording server once it is back online.
o
The system shall support multiple failover servers for a group of recording servers.
SNMP Support
o
The system shall support Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) in order for thirdparty software systems to monitor and configure the system.
o
The system shall act as an SNMP agent which can generate an SNMP trap as a result of rule
activation in addition to other existing rule actions.
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Other General Requirements
Management/Integration functionality

The Surveillance System shall offer centralised management of all devices, servers and users.

The Surveillance System should not have any limit on the number of cameras to be connected for
Surveillance, Monitoring and recording. Any increase in the no. of cameras should be possible by
augmentation of Hardware components.

The Surveillance System should have ability to knit the video streams from multiple cameras,
based on the date/time stamp. Every video stream shall have date, time, source camera location,
FPS etc. water-marked. These attributes shall be finalised at the System Design time. There shall
be a centralised NTP server, from which all devices shall synchronise the date and time.

The Surveillance System shall support distributed viewing of any camera in the system using
Video walls or big screen displays.

The Surveillance System shall support alarm management. The alarm management shall allow for
the continuous monitoring of the operational status and event-triggered alarms from system
servers, cameras and other external devices.

It should be possible to integrate the Surveillance System with 3 rd-party software, to enable the
users to develop customized applications for enhancing the use of video surveillance solution. For
e.g., integrating alarm management to initiate SMS, E-Mail, VoIP call etc.

It should be possible to integrate social media platforms to Surveillance System to enable Police
Department to track and monitor certain trending incident or crime.

The Management system shall store the overall network elements configuration in central
database, either on the management server computer or on a separate DB Server on the network.

System should be able to be integrated with Event Management / Incident Management System,
if implemented by Police Department in future.
System Administration functionality

The System Administration Server shall provide a feature-rich administration client for system
configuration and day-to-day administration of the system

The System Administration Server shall support different logs related to the Management Server

o
The System Log
o
The Audit Log
o
The Alert Log
o
The Event Log
Rules
The system shall support the use of rules to determine when specific actions occur. Rules shall
define what actions shall be carried out under specific conditions. The system shall support rule
initiated actions such as:
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o
Start and stop recording
o
Set non-default live frame rate
o
Set non-default recording rate
o
Start and stop PTZ patrolling
o
Send notifications via email
o
Pop-up video on designated Client Monitor recipients
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Client System
The Client system shall provide remote users with rich functionality and features as described below.

Viewing live video from cameras on the surveillance system

Browsing recordings from storage systems

Creating and switching between multiple of views.

Viewing video from selected cameras in greater magnification and/or higher quality in a
designated hotspot.

Controlling PTZ cameras.

Using digital zoom on live as well as recorded video.

Using sound notifications for attracting attention to detected motion or events.

Getting quick overview of sequences with detected motion.

Getting quick overviews of detected alerts or events.

Quickly searching selected areas of video recording for motion (also known as Smart Search).
Remote Web Client
The web-based remote client shall offer live view of up to 16 cameras, including PTZ control and event
/ output activation. The Playback function shall give the user concurrent playback of multiple
recorded videos with date, alert sequence or time searching.

User Authentication – The Remote Client shall support logon using the user name and password
credentials
Matrix Monitor

Matrix Monitor – The Matrix Monitor feature shall allow distributed viewing of multiple camera
on the system on any monitor

The Matrix Monitor feature shall access the H.264/MJPEG/MPEG4 stream from the connected
camera directly and not sourced through the recording server
Alarm Management Module

The alarm management module shall allow for continuous monitoring of the operational status
and event-triggered alarms from various system servers, cameras and other devices. The alarm
management module shall provide a real-time overview of alarm status or technical problems
while allowing for immediate visual verification and troubleshooting.

The alarm management module shall provide interface and navigational tools through the client
including;
o
Graphical overview of the operational status and alarms from servers, network cameras and
external devices including motion detectors and access control systems.
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o
Intuitive navigation using a map-based, hierarchical structure with hyperlinks to other maps,
servers and devices or through a tree-view Format.

The module shall include flexible access rights and allow each user to be assigned several roles
where each shall define access rights to cameras.

Basic VMS should be capable to accept third party generated events / triggers

Based on alarms/alerts, customised/standard alert messages should be published on VMB/PA,
after authorisation by a supervisor/operator.
Other Miscellaneous Requirements

System should have a facility to create CDs or other storage media for submission to Judiciary,
which can be treated evidence for legal matters. Such storage media creation should be tamper
proof and SI to provide appropriate technology so that integrity and quality of evidence is
maintained as per requirements of the judiciary. Bidder is required to specify any additional
hardware / software required for this purpose & the same can be listed in miscellaneous section of
the Price Bid. SI will also prepare the guideline document to be followed by the APSFL& AP Police
Personnel for the retrieval of Video / images from the CCTV System so as to maintain integrity of
the evidence. Such a guideline document should include methods of retrieval of data, check-list to
be followed and flowchart of the entire process to be followed.

All the systems proposed and operationalisation of Video Management System should comply
with requirements of IT Acts.

Any hardware or software required to achieve the functional requirement and technical solution
of the overall Project (may not be not specified in the schedule) is to be proposed in the Bid and
borne by the SI.

Bidder shall be required to provide a standardized Mobile Application to integrate smart phones
and tablets for 2-way communication with the Surveillance System in a secure manner. Police
Department may provide such tablets / smart phones to the designated Police Personnel. It will be
responsibility of SI to configure such tablets / Smartphone, for the Surveillance System being
implemented a part of this project, and ensure that all the necessary access is given to these
mobile users. Functionalities to be provided through mobile application: Viewing of any video
steam from Central VMS, uploading of video / pictures central VMS, Location based GIS Map
access, tagging of mobile device/location information for all relevant functionalities.

There would be the provision for Third party audit periodically, paid by the Authority separately

The authority reserves the right to appoint any Technical Evaluation Agency/Committee at any
time during the phases of the project.
Helpdesk Management
It is envisaged that the centralized helpdesk, functioning as proposed below, would be managed by the
Systems Integrator and shall serve following objectives:

Act as the Point of Contact for the users of Surveillance System

Own an Incident throughout its Lifecycle

Communicate effectively with Police Dept. Officers and IT support teams.

Maintain high user satisfaction levels
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
Maintain the SLA statistics & submit quarterly report to APSFL.
A general process flow for the helpdesk management is depicted in the flowchart given as follows.
Systems Integrator shall prepare a detailed Help-Desk Policy in consultation with APSFL & the AP
Police Department & its authorized representatives prior to the Go Live date.
System Integrator shall deploy a State-of-Art Enterprise Management System to handle the
complexity of Operations & SLA Management defined in the RFP .
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17. Annexure 9: Surveillance Equipment
Technical Specifications
1. Fixed Box cameras (High Definition)
#
Parameter
Minimum Specifications or better
1.
Video Compression
H.264
2.
Video Resolution
1920 X 1080
3.
Frame rate
Min. 25 fps
4.
Image Sensor
1/3” Progressive Scan CCD / CMOS
5.
Lens Type
Varifocal, C/CS Mount, IR Correction
6.
Lens#
Auto IRIS
8 – 40 mm, F1.4
7.
Minimum Illumination
Colour: 0.5 lux, B/W: 0.1 lux (at 30 IRE)
8.
IR Cut Filter
Automatically Removable IR-cut filter
9.
Day/Night Mode
Colour, Mono, Auto
10.
S/N Ratio
≥ 50 Db
11.
Auto
adjustment
+
Remote Control of Image
settings
Colour, brightness, sharpness, contrast, white balance, exposure
control, backlight compensation, Gain Control, Wide Dynamic
Range
12.
Audio
Audio Capture Capability
13.
Local storage
Minimum 128 GB Memory card in a Memory card slot
14.
Interoperability
ONVIF Profile S/G (with support for retrieving video stored in
local memory card)
15.
Protocol
IPV4, IPV6, HTTP, HTTPS, FTP, RTSP, RTP, TCP, UDP, RTCP,
DHCP, UPnP, QoS
16.
Security
Password Protection, IP Address filtering, User Access Log,
HTTPS encryption
17.
Operating conditions
0 to 50°C (temperature), 50 to 90% (humidity)
18.
Casing
NEMA 4X / IP-66 rated
19.
Certification
UL/EN, CE,FCC
# At few places 2.8mm – 11 mm lens would be required depending upon the location of the camera
and area to be covered. 2.8mm - 11mm lens requirement can be assumed as 15%. However the
actual type of lens required would depend upon the field-specific user requirement & percentages
may vary to some extent.
** Initial monitoring would be done with 720P resolution at 15 / 8 FPS. With advancement of
technology, if at the same bandwidth higher resolution can be transmitted, the same shall be
adopted. SI shall make available such technological benefits to the client, within 120 days of such
advancements are available in open market.
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2. Pan, Tilt and Zoom cameras (PTZ)
#
Parameters
Minimum Specifications or better
1.
Video Compression
H.264
2.
Video Resolution
1920 X 1080
3.
Frame rate
Min. 25 fps
4.
Image Sensor
1/3” OR ¼” Progressive Scan CCD / CMOS
5.
Lens
Auto-focus, 4.7 - 94 mm (corresponding to 20x)
6.
Minimum Illumination
Colour: 0.5 lux, B/W: 0.1 lux (at 30 IRE)
7.
Day/Night Mode
Colour, Mono, Auto
8.
S/N Ratio
≥ 50Db
9.
PTZ
Pan: 360° endless/continuous, 0.2 to 300°/s (auto), 0.2 to
100°/s (Manual)
Tilt: 90°, 0.2 to 100°/s (Auto), 0.2 to 40°/s (Manual)
20x optical zoom and 10x digital zoom
64 pre-set positions, Auto-Tracking and Pre-set tour
10.
Auto
adjustment
Remote
Control
Image settings
+
of
Colour, brightness, sharpness, contrast, white balance, exposure
control, backlight compensation, Gain Control, Wide Dynamic
Range
11.
Local storage
Minimum 128 GB Memory card in a Memory card slot
12.
Interoperability
ONVIF Profile S/G (with support for retrieving video stored in
local memory card)
13.
Protocol
HTTP, HTTPS, FTP, RTSP, RTP, TCP, UDP, RTCP, DHCP,
UPnP, QoS, IPV4, IPV6
14.
Security
Password Protection, IP Address filtering, User Access Log,
HTTPS encryption
15.
Operating conditions
0 to 50°C (temperature), 50-90% humidity
16.
Casing
NEMA 4X / IP-66 rated
17.
Certification
UL/EN,CE,FCC
3. Infrared Illuminators
The infrared illuminators are to be used in conjunction with the Fixed Box / PTZ cameras specified
above to enhance the night vision.
#
Parameter
Minimum Specifications or better
1.
Range
Min. 100 meters, with adjustable angle to cover the complete
field of view at specified locations
2.
Minimum Illumination
High sensitivity at Zero Lux
3.
Power
Automatic on/off operation
4.
Casing
NEMA 4X / IP-66 rated
5.
Operating conditions
-5° to 50°C
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#
Parameter
Minimum Specifications or better
6.
Certification
UL/EN/CE/FCC
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4. Field Junction Box
#
Parameter
Minimum Specifications
1.
Size
Suitable size as per site requirements to house the field equipment
2.
Cabinet Material
Powder coated CRCA sheet/ Stainless steel
3.
Material Thickness
Min 1.2mm
5.
Number of Locks
Two
6.
Protection
Min. IP55 or better suitable for operations of field equipment’s
7
Mounting
On Camera Pole / Ground mounted on concrete base
8.
Form Factor
Rack Mount/DIN Rail
9.
Other Features
Rain Canopy, Cable entry with glands and Fans/any other
accessories as required for operation of equipment’s within junction
box.
5. Camera Poles
#
Parameter
Minimum Specifications
1.
Pole type
Unipole Hot Dip Galvanized after Fabrication with Silver coating of
86 micron as per IS:2629; Fabrication in accordance with IS-2713
(1980)
2.
Height
3-10 Meters, as-per-requirements for different types of cameras &
Site conditions
3.
Pole Diameter
Min. 10 cm diameter pole (bidder to choose larger diameter for
higher height)
4.
Cantilevers
Based on the location requirement suitable size cantilevers to be
considered with the pole
5.
Bottom base plate
Minimum base plate of size 30x30x1.5 cm
6.
Mounting facilities
To mount CCTV cameras, Switch, etc.
7.
Pipes, Tubes
All wiring must be hidden, through tubes/pipes. No wires shall be
visible from outside.
8.
Foundation
Casting of Civil Foundation with foundation bolts, to ensure
vibration free erection (basic aim is to ensure that video feed quality
is not impacted due to winds in different climatic conditions).
Expected foundation depth of min. 100cms.
Please refer to earthing standards mentioned elsewhere in the
document.
9.
Protection
Lightning arrester at select sites as per the requirements
10.
Sign-Board
A sign board describing words such as “This area under
surveillance”
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6. Standardized Signs for CCTV Camera Locations
It is necessary that the CCTV Camera locations put some standardized signs informing the public of
the existence of CCTV cameras. This will bring about the transparency on installation of CCTV
cameras and no one would be able to later complaint for breach of privacy. The international
standards with respect to sign types need to be adhere to for all camera locations.
7. Sign Specifications
#
Item
Minimum Specifications
1
Size
Board Width = 8” / 12” (For type A and B)
Board Width = 12” / 18” / 24” (For type C and D)
2
Plate Material
Corrosion resistant Aluminium Alloy as per IRC 67:2001 (Code of
Practice for Road signs)
3
Plate Thickness
Minimum 1.5 mm
4
Retro-Reflective
sheeting for sign-plate
Weather-resistant, having colour fastness
5
Other Specifications
As per IRC 67:2001 (Code of Practice for Road signs)
6
Mounting
Can be mounted on wall or pole (appropriate mounting brackets to
be provided)
7
Design
As per following signage diagrams
8. In-Vehicle Fixed Camera
#
Parameters
Specifications
1.
Image Sensor
1/3” 2 Megapixel CCD/CMOS with dual stream
2.
Effective Pixels
1920(H)x1080(V)
3.
Scanning System
Progressive with Multiple Simultaneous Streaming
4.
Electronic Shutter
Speed
Auto/Manual 1/3~1/10000
5.
Min. Illumination
Color: 0.2 Lux / F1.6, B/W: 0.01 Lux/F1.6
6.
S/N Ratio
>50dB
7.
Day/Night
Auto(Electronic)/Color/B/W
8.
Backlight
Compensation
BLC / HLC / DWDR
9.
White Balance
Auto
10.
Gain Control
Auto/Manual
11.
Noise Reduction
Noise reduction technology for vehicular use
12.
Local Storage
Minimum 128 GB SD Card
13.
Focal Length
As per solution offered
14.
Focus Control
Fixed lens
15.
Mount Type
Board-in Type
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#
Parameters
Specifications
16.
Compression
H.264 / MJPEG
17.
Resolution
1080P (1920×1080) / 720P (1280×720)/ D1(704×576) /
CIF(352×288)
18.
Main Stream
1080P / 720P (1 ~ 25/30fps)
Sub Stream
720p (1 ~ 25/30 fps) and below
19.
Frame
Rate
20.
Bit Rate
H.264: 32K ~ 8192Kbps, MJPEG: 32K ~ 20480Kbps
21.
Ethernet
RJ-45 (10/100Base-T)
22.
Protocol
IPv4/IPv6, HTTP, HTTPS, SSL, TCP/IP, UDP, UPnP, ICMP, IGMP,
SNMP, RTSP, RTP , NTP, DHCP, DNS, DDNS, IP Filter, QoS,
23.
Interoperability
ONVIF Profile S/G (with support for retrieving video stored in local
memory card)
24.
Max. User Access
More than 10 users
25.
Power Supply
DC 12V, PoE (802.3af)
26.
Working Environment
-10°C ~ +60°C, 10% ~ 90%
27.
Certification
UL/EN, CE, FCC
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9. Vehicle Top Mounted PTZ Camera Specifications
#
Parameters
Minimum Specifications or better
1.
Video Compression
H.264
2.
Video Resolution
1920 X 1080
3.
Frame rate
Min. 25 fps
4.
Image Sensor
1/3” OR ¼” Progressive Scan CCD / CMOS
5.
Lens
Auto-focus, 4.7 - 94 mm (corresponding to 20x)
6.
Minimum
Illumination
Colour: 0.5 lux, B/W: 0.1 lux (at 30 IRE)
7.
Day/Night Mode
Colour, Mono, Auto
8.
S/N Ratio
≥ 50Db
9.
PTZ
Pan: 360° endless/continuous, 0.2 to 300°/s (auto), 0.2 to 100°/s
(Manual)
Tilt: 90°, 0.2 to 100°/s (Auto), 0.2 to 40°/s (Manual)
20x optical zoom and 10x digital zoom
64 pre-set positions
Auto-Tracking
Pre-set tour
10.
Auto adjustment +
Remote Control of
Image settings
Colour, brightness, sharpness, contrast, white balance, exposure
control, backlight compensation, Gain Control, Wide Dynamic
Range
11.
Interoperability
ONVIF Profile S/G (with support for retrieving video stored in
local memory card)
12.
Protocol
HTTP, HTTPS, FTP, RTSP, RTP, TCP, UDP, RTCP, DHCP, UPnP,
QoS, IPV4, IPV6
13.
Security
Password Protection, IP Address filtering, User Access Log, HTTPS
encryption
14.
Operating conditions
0 to 50°C (temperature), 50-90% humidity
15.
Casing
NEMA 4X / IP-66 rated with vehicle mounted hardware
16.
Local Storage
Minimum 128 GB SD Card
17.
Certification
UL/EN,CE,FCC
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10. Vehicle Top Mounted Fixed Camera Specifications
#
Parameter
Minimum Specifications or better
1.
Video Compression
H.264
2.
Video Resolution
1920 X 1080
3.
Frame rate
Min. 25 fps
4.
Image Sensor
1/3” Progressive Scan CCD / CMOS
5.
Lens Type
Varifocal, C/CS Mount, IR Correction
6.
Lens#
Auto IRIS
8 – 40 mm, F1.4
7.
Minimum Illumination
Colour: 0.5 lux, B/W: 0.1 lux (at 30 IRE)
8.
IR Cut Filter
Automatically Removable IR-cut filter
9.
Day/Night Mode
Colour, Mono, Auto
10.
S/N Ratio
≥ 50 Db
11.
Auto
adjustment
+
Remote Control of Image
settings
Colour, brightness, sharpness, contrast, white balance, exposure
control, backlight compensation, Gain Control, Wide Dynamic
Range
12.
Audio
Audio Capture Capability
13.
Local storage
Minimum 128 GB SD Card
14.
Interoperability
ONVIF Profile S/G (with support for retrieving video stored in
local memory card)
15.
Protocol
IPV4, IPV6, HTTP, HTTPS, FTP, RTSP, RTP, TCP, UDP, RTCP,
DHCP, UPnP, QoS
16.
Security
Password Protection, IP Address filtering, User Access Log,
HTTPS encryption
17.
Operating conditions
0 to 50°C (temperature), 50 to 90% (humidity)
18.
Casing
NEMA 4X / IP-66 rated with vehicle mounted hardware
19.
Certification
UL/EN, CE,FCC
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11. Fixed Box cameras (4k Ultra High Definition)
#
Parameter
Minimum Specifications or better
1.
Video Compression
H.264
2.
Video Resolution
4K UHD, 3840 X 2160 (at 30fps) or better
3.
Frame rate
Min. 25 fps
4.
Image Sensor
½.5” CMOS
5.
Lens Type
Varifocal, C/CS Mount, IR Correction
6.
Lens#
8 – 70 mm, F1.6
7.
Minimum Illumination
Colour: 0.5 lux, B/W: 0.1 lux (at 30% IRE)
8.
IR Cut Filter
Automatically Removable IR-cut filter
9.
Day/Night Mode
Colour, Mono, Auto
10.
S/N Ratio
≥ 50 Db
11.
Auto
adjustment
+
Remote Control of Image
settings
Colour, brightness, sharpness, contrast, white balance, exposure
control, backlight compensation, Gain Control, Wide Dynamic
Range
12.
Audio
Audio Capture Capability
13.
Local storage
Minimum 128 GB SD Card
14.
Protocol
IPV4, IPV6, HTTP, HTTPS, FTP, RTSP, RTP, TCP, UDP, RTCP,
DHCP, UPnP, QoS
15.
Security
Password Protection, IP Address filtering, User Access Log,
HTTPS encryption
16.
Power Supply
12 VDC; Power-over-Ethernet 48 VDC nominal
17.
Interoperability
ONVIF Profile S/G (with support for retrieving video stored in
local memory card)
18.
Operating conditions
0 to 50°C (Temp), (0-90)% Humidity
19.
Casing
NEMA 4X / IP-66 rated
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18. Annexure 10: IT Equipment Technical
Specifications
1. Edge Level Switch (at Camera locations)
#
Parameter
1. Type
2.
Total Ports
Minimum Specifications
Managed Outdoor Industrial grade switch
 Minimum 4 10/100/TX PoE/PoE+, 2x SFP Ports (can have 4xSFP Ports
in certain locations)
 May require higher port density at some locations, depending upon site
conditions
 May require FiberNet ports at some locations, depending upon site
conditions/distances.
3.
PoE Standard
IEEE 802.3af/IEEE 802.3at or better
4.
Protocols
 IPV4,IPV6
 Support 802.1Q VLAN
 DHCP support
 IGMP
 SNMP Management
 Should support Loop protection and Loop detection
 Should support Ring protection
 End point Authentication
 Should support NTP
5.
Access Control
 Support port security
 Support 802.1x (Port based network access control).
 Support for MAC filtering
6.
PoE Power per port
Sufficient to operate the CCTV cameras/edge devices connected
7.
Enclosure Rating
IP 30 or equivalent Industrial Grade Rating(to be housed in Junction box)
8.
Operating
Temperature
0-50 deg. C or better Industrial Grade Rating
9.
Multicast support
IGMP Snooping V1, V2, V3
MLD Snooping V1, V2
10. Management
Switch needs to have RS-232/USB/RJ45 console port for management via
a console terminal or PC
Web GUI
NTP
Syslog for log capturing
SNMP V1,V2,V3
11. Compliance
UL/EN/IEC or equivalent
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2. Aggregation/ Data center Switches (L3 Manageable)
(To be used for (a) Aggregation switch (b) Data Centers switch (c) Core switch for any command
center / viewing center)
#
Parameter
Minimum Specifications
1.
Ports
 24 or 48 (as per requirements) 10/100/1000 Base-TX Ethernet ports/FX and extra
2 numbers of Base-SX/LX ports
 FX/TX Splits for a switch as per location requirement
 All ports can auto-negotiate between 10Mbps/ 100Mbps/ 1000Mbps, half-duplex
or full duplex and flow control for half-duplex ports.
2.
Switch type
Layer 3
3.
MAC
Support 8K or 16K MAC address. (as per solution offered)
4.
Backplane
56 Gbps or more Switching fabric capacity for 24 ports.
104 Gbps or more Switching fabric capacity for 48 ports
5.
Forwarding
rate
Packet Forwarding Rate should be 70.0 Mbps or better
6.
Port Features
Must support Port Mirroring, Port Trunking and 802.3ad LACP Link Aggregation port
trunks
7.
Flow Control
Support IEEE 802.3x flow control for full-duplex mode ports.
8.
Protocols
 Support 802.1D, 802.1S, 802.1w, Rate limiting
 Support 802.1X Security standards
 Support 802.1Q VLAN encapsulation, IGMP v1, v2 and v3 snooping
 802.1p Priority Queues, port mirroring, DiffServ
 Support based on 802.1p priority bits with at least 8 queues
 DHCP support & DHCP snooping/relay/optional 82/ server support
 Shaped Round Robin (SRR) or WRR scheduling support.
 Support for IPV6 ready features with dual stack
 Support up to 255 VLANs and up to 4K VLAN IDs
 Support IGMP Snooping, IGMP Querying and Multicasting
 Should support Loop protection and Loop detection, Should support Ring
protection (when used in aggregation location)
9.
Access Control
 Support port security
 Support 802.1x (Port based network access control).
 Support for MAC filtering.
 Should support TACACS+ and RADIUS authentication
10. VLAN
 Support 802.1Q Tagged VLAN and port based VLANs and Private VLAN
 The switch must support dynamic VLAN Registration or equivalent
 Dynamic Trunking protocol or equivalent
11. Protocol and
Traffic
 Network Time Protocol or equivalent Simple Network Time Protocol support
 Switch should support traffic segmentation
 Traffic classification should be based on user-definable application types: TOS,
DSCP, Port based, TCP/UDP port number
12. Management
 Switch needs to have RS-232/USB console port for management via a console
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terminal/PC
 Must have support SNMP v1,v2 and v3
 Should support 4 groups of RMON
 Should have accessibility using Telnet, SSH, Console access, easier software
upgrade through network using TFTP etc. Configuration management through CLI,
GUI based software utility and using web interface
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3. Aggregation Level Routers (if required)
#
Item
Minimum Specifications
1.
Ports
As per overall network architecture proposed by the bidder, the
router should be populated with required number of LAN/WAN
ports/modules, with cable for connectivity to other network elements.
2.
Speed
As per requirement, to cater to the entire bandwidth requirement of
the project.
3.
Multi-services
Should deliver multiple IP services over a flexible combination of
interfaces
4.
Interface modules
Must support 10G interfaces, Must have capability to interface with
various interfaces
5.
Protocol Support
Must have support for TCP/IP, PPP, X.25, Frame relay and HDLC
Must support MPLS,VPN
Must have support for integration of data and voice services
Routing protocols of RIP, OSPF, and BGP.
Support IPV4 & IPV6
6.
Manageability
Must be SNMP manageable
7.
Scalable
The router should be scalable. For each slot multiple modules should
be available.
8.
Traffic control
Traffic Control and Filtering features for flexible user control policies
9.
Bandwidth
Bandwidth
on
demand
performance enhancement
10.
Remote Access
Remote access features
11.
Redundancy
Redundancy in terms of Power supply.
12.
Security features

MD5 encryption for routing protocol

NAT

URL based Filtering

RADIUS Authentication/AAA Authentication

Management Access policy

IPSec / Encryption

L2TP

RSVP

Priority Queuing

Policy based routing

Traffic Engineering

Traffic shaping

Time-based QoS Policy

Bandwidth Reservation / Committed Information Rate
13.
QOS Features
for
cost
effective
connection
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4. Central (Core) Router (if required)
#
Item
Minimum Specifications
1.
Multi-Services
Should deliver multiple IP services over a flexible combination of
interfaces
2.
Ports
As per overall network architecture proposed by the bidder, the router
should be populated with required number of LAN/WAN
ports/modules, with cable for connectivity to other network elements.
3.
Speed
As per requirement, to cater to entire bandwidth requirement of the
project.
4.
Interface
modules
Must support up to 10G interfaces as per the design. Must have
capability to connect with variety of interfaces.
5.
Protocol
Support
Must have support for TCP/IP, PPP, X.25, Frame relay and HDLC
Must support VPN
Must have support for integration of data and voice services
Routing protocols of RIP, OSPF, and BGP.
Support IPV4 & IPV6
Support load balancing
6.
Manageability
Must be SNMP manageable
7.
Scalable

The router should be scalable. For each slot multiple modules should
be available.

The chassis offered must have free slots to meet the scalability
requirement of expansion of the project in the future.
8.
Traffic control
Traffic Control and Filtering features for flexible user control policies
9.
Bandwidth
Bandwidth on demand for cost effective connection performance
enhancement
10.
Remote Access
Remote access features
11.
Redundancy
e

Redundancy in terms of Power supply(s). Power supply should be
able to support fully loaded chassis

All interface modules, power supplies should be hot-swappable

MD5 encryption for routing protocol

NAT

URL based Filtering

RADIUS/AAA Authentication

Management Access policy

IPSec / Encryption

L2TP
12.
Security
features
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5. Firewall
#
Item
Minimum Specifications
1.
Physical attributes

Should be mountable on 19” Rack

Modular Chassis

Internal redundant power supply

4 x GE, upgradable to 8 GE

Console Port 1 number

Encrypted throughput: minimum 1 Gbps

Concurrent connections: up to 100,000

Simultaneous VPN tunnels: 2000

Static Routes

RIPv1, RIPv2

OSPF

TCP/IP

RTP

IPSec, DES/3DES/AES

FTP, HTTP, HTTPS

SNMP, SMTP

DHCP, DNS

Support for IP v4 & IPv6

IPSEC
2.
3.
4.
5.
Interfaces
Performance
Availability
Routing Protocols
Protocols
and
6.
Other support

802.1Q, NAT, PAT, IP Multicast support, Remote Access VPN,
Time based Access control lists, URL Filtering, support VLAN,
Radius/ TACACS, Support multilayer firewall protection,
Traffic shaping, Bandwidth monitoring
7.
QoS

QoS features like traffic prioritisation, differentiated services,
committed access rate. Should support for QoS features for
defining the QoS policies.
8.
Management

Console, SSHv2, Browser based configuration

SNMPv1, SNMPv2, SNMPv3
9.
Certifications
ICSA
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6. Intrusion Prevention System
This can be offered as separate unit or as a module in firewall
#
Item
Required Specifications
1.
Performance
Should have an aggregate throughput of no less than 200Mbps
Total Simultaneous Sessions – 500,000
2.
Features
IPS should have Dual Power Supply
IPS system should be transparent to network, not default gateway to
Network
IPS system should have Separate interface for secure management
IPS system should be able to protect Multi Segment in the network, should
be able to protect 4 segments.
3.
4.
Real
Time
Protection
Stateful
Operation

Web Protection

Mail Server Protection

Cross Site Scripting

SNMP Vulnerability

Worms and Viruses

Brute Force Protection

SQL Injection

Backdoor and Trojans

TCP Reassembly

IP Defragmentation

Bi-directional Inspection

Forensic Data Collection

Access Lists
5.
Signature
Detection
Should have provision for Real Time Updates of Signatures, IPS Should
support Automatic signature synchronization from database server on web
Device should have capability to define User Defined Signatures
6.
Block attacks
in real time

Drop Attack Packets

Reset Connections

Packet Logging

Action per Attack

Alerting SNMP

Log File, Syslog

E-mail

SNMP v1, v2, v3

HTTP, HTTPS

SSHv2, Console

IPS Should support 24/7 Security Update Service

IPS Should support Real Time signature update

IPS Should support Provision to add static own attack signatures

System should show real-time and History reports of Bandwidth

IPS should have provision for external bypass Switch
7.
8.
9.
Alerts
Management
Security
Maintenance
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7. Emergency Calling Box

A high quality digital transceiver, to be placed at certain locations determined by the
Police Department (mostly at junction boxes / camera poles to avoid any additional
investments)

Key is to make it easily accessible by public

The unit shall preferably have a single button which when pressed, shall connect to the
APSFL/Police Department/other locations over the existing network infrastructure setup
for CCTV Surveillance system.

At some of the locations, this can be also used for Public Address

These are to be placed only a select locations such as ADD/Traffic islands or pedestals or
within the vicinity of constant Police supervision or CCTV field of view to avoid misuse
and vandalism of the call box.
#
Parameter
Minimum Specifications or better
1.
Construction
Cast Iron/Steel Foundation, Sturdy Body for equipment
2.
Call Button
Watertight Push Button, Visual Feedback for button press
3.
Speaker
To be used for Public Address System
4.
Connectivity
GSM/PSTN/Ethernet as per solution offered
5.
Sensors
For tempering/Vandalism
6.
Battery
Internal Battery with different charging options (Solar/Mains)
7.
Power
Automatic on/off operation
8. Casing
IP-55 rated for housing
9.
0° to 50°C
Operating conditions
8. Public Address System
#
Parameter
Minimum Specifications or better
1
PAS system
Should have the capability to control individual PAS i.e. to make an
announcement at select location (1:1) and all locations (1: many)
simultaneously.
The PAS should also support both, Live and Recorded inputs
2
Speaker
Minimum 2 speakers, To be used for Public Address System
3
Connectivity
IP Based
4
Access Control
Access control mechanism would be also required to establish so that
the usage is regulated.
5
Integration
With VMS and Command and Control Center
6
Construction
Cast Iron Foundation and M.S. Pole, Sturdy Body for equipment
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#
Parameter
Minimum Specifications or better
7
Battery
Internal Battery with different charging options (Solar/Mains)
8
Power
Automatic on/off operation
9
Casing
IP-55 rated for housing
10
Operating conditions
0° to 50°C
9. Variable Messaging Signboards (VMB)
#
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
Parameter
Minimum Specifications or better
Location
To be installed at locations identified by Police and the text on the sign
must be readable even in broad daylight
Standards
As per EN12966

To be read even in broad daylight without any shade
Brightness and
Legibility

The displayed image shall not appear to flicker to the normal
human eye
Display
Fully programmable, full color, full matrix, LED displays (dual sided)
Display
Language
To support both pictograms and bilingual (English, Telugu and
Devanagari) text
Display size
Each side of min. 32 sq. ft.
Display style
Steady, flash, partial flash, right entry, left entry, top entry, bottom
entry, canter spread, blank, and dimming.
Display Surface
It shall utilize a front face that is smooth, flat, scratch-resistant, wipeclean and anti-glare
Message
Creation
Through both a Central Control Room Application and a local
Laptop/Device loaded with relevant software
Interface
GPRS or Ethernet (as per solution)
VMB Controller
SNMP Manageable Local VMS controller with can be controlled from
remote.
Message
Validity
If the controller is unable to connect to the server for the next message,
it shall not display the old message, which has passed its expiry time.
Instead it shall be programmed to display a default message.
Message storage
To store minimum 100 messages internally
Internal Clock
Each VMB shall have its own clock, which will be synced with a central
clock at Data Centers using Network Time Protocol (NTP). The clock
shall be powered by a local battery and function all the time
independent of a regular power supply
Pole
To be of required height, so that bottom edge of display is at least 5
metres height
15.
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16.
17.
18.
Parameter
Minimum Specifications or better
Power Supply
230VAC+ 15%, 50Hz, Single Phase (automatically re-start in the event
of an electricity supply failure)
Enclosure
Operating
conditions
Weather-proof Display for VMB.
IP-66 rated for housing all control equipment
0° to 50°C
Application Software for VMB (Control Messaging Application at Data Center)
The Control Messaging Application for VMB shall be deployable over multiple (3 to 4) workstations.
1. Ensure that provision for feeding/updating the following information:
a. VMB messages and information
b. Types of possible scenarios per VMB
c. Types of possible messages to be displayed on each VMB during various scenarios
2. Ensure that the normal operator users are not able to publish any custom message and
shall only display predefined sets of messages.
3. The application shall have an option for Supervisor (someone with appropriate authority)
to bypass the control during certain situations and to write in free-text mode.
4. Ensure that users can publish specific messages for managing traffic and also general
inFormative messages.
5. Allow an operator to seamlessly toggle between multiple VMB points at each workstation
in order to send specific messages to specific locations.
6. Accommodate different access rights to various control unit functionalities depending on
operator status and as agreed with the client.
10. Application / Database/ Recording / Viewing / Other Servers
#
Parameter
Minimum Specifications
1.
Processor
Latest series/ generation of 64 bit x86/RISC/EPIC/CISC processor(s)
with Four or higher Cores
Minimum 2 processors per each physical server)
2.
RAM
Minimum 64 GB Memory per physical server
3.
Internal Storage
2x300 GB SAS / SATA (10k rpm) hot swap disk with extensible bays
4.
Network
interface
Dual Integrated Gigabit Ethernet ports (10
required/provided for certain types of servers)
G
ports
may
be
(Minimum 2 Integrated Gigabit Ethernet ports)
Optional : Fiber channel adapter (if required)
5.
Power supply
Dual Redundant Power Supply
6.
RAID support
As per requirement/solution
7.
Operating
System
Licensed version of 64 bit latest version of Linux/ Unix/Microsoft®
Windows based Operating system)
8.
Form Factor
Rack mountable/ Blade
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#
Parameter
Minimum Specifications
9.
Virtualisation
Shall support Industry standard virtualisation hypervisor like Hyper-V,
VMWARE
11. Storage
Estimated Storage requirement for Surveillance system as below:
#
Phase
Location
Duration
Storage calculation assumptions
No. of days
Total
Storage
(TB)
1
I
Vizag Data Center
30
21372
18 FPS during daytime, 8 FPS during
night time, 25 FPS for Video Analytics.
50% of total storage at Vizag. Also
provision for last 7 days storage at both
DC & DR.
2
I
Data Backup at
Vizag DC
90
8548
10% of total storage considered for
backup for 90 days
3
I
Amaravati Data
Center
30
21372
18 FPS during daytime, 8 FPS during
night time, 25 FPS for Video Analytics.
50% of total storage at Velagapudi.
Also provision for last 7 days storage at
both DC & DR.
4
I
Data Backup at
Amaravati DC
(DR)
90
8548
10% of total storage considered for
backup for 90 days
Note:
 Bidder is expected to carry out the storage requirement estimation and supply as per the solution
proposed. Bidder may also refer the bandwidth estimation as provided in this Part.

Bidder may supply the storage in modular manner during the implementation (i.e. initially to
cater to Phase I cameras, then to the further phase & then entire state requirement)
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12. Storage Specifications:
#
Parameter
Minimum Specifications
1.
Solution/Type



2.
Storage


Bidder is expected to provide Unified storage solution (or a
Combination of NAS/Scale-out NAS/SAN) supporting required
protocols (IP Based/iSCSI/FC/NFS/CIFS etc.) for the offered storage
solution, meeting benchmark performance parameters specified in SLA
Solution proposed should yield low cost per TB, while meeting the
performance parameters
Licenses for the actual protocols used in the storage solution must be
provided from day 1.

Disks should be preferably minimum of 3 TB capacity
Primary Storage to have 100% capacity for all cameras of the project for
7 Days as per recording parameters
To store video stream and other data as required, to meet the archival
requirement for different type of video feeds
The storage design must be based on the expected data volume from the
project, including the expansion requirement of 5 years
Storage solution should be capable of scaling vertically & horizontally


3.
Hardware
Platform


Rack mounted form-factor
Modular design to support controllers and disk drives expansion
4.
Connectivity

The storage system shall be capable of providing host connectivity as
per solution offered (Unified/SAN/NAS/Scale out NAS) as to meet
operational SLA requirements.
5.
Controllers


At least 2 Controllers in active/active mode
The controllers / Storage nodes should be upgradable seamlessly,
without any disruptions / downtime to production workflow for
performance, capacity enhancement and software / firmware upgrades.
6.
RAID support

Should support various RAID levels (Minimum RAID6 or equivalent)

Minimum 128 GB of useable cache spread across all controllers of the
storage system. If cache is provided in additional hardware for unified
storage solution, then cache must be over and above 128 GB.
7.
Cache
8.
Redundancy
and High
Availability

The Storage System should be able to protect the data against single
point of failure with respect to hard disks, connectivity interfaces, fans
and power supplies
9.
Storage
Management
software

All the necessary software (GUI Based) to configure and manage the
storage space, RAID configuration, logical drives allocation, snapshots
etc. are to be provided for the entire system proposed.
Licenses for the storage management software should include disk
capacity/count of the complete solution and any additional disks to be
plugged-in in the future, up to the max disk capacity of the existing
controllers/units.
A single command console for entire storage solution.
Should also include storage performance monitoring and management
software
Should provide the functionality of proactive monitoring of Disk drive
and Storage system for all possible disk failures
Should be able to take "snapshots" (or equivalent feature) of the stored
data to another logical drive for backup purposes





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#
Parameter
Minimum Specifications
10.
Data
Protection
The storage array must have complete cache protection mechanism either by destaging data to disk or providing complete cache data protection with battery
backup for up to 4 hours
13. Secondary Storage
#
Parameter
Minimum Specifications
1.
Solution/Typ
e
 Secondary Storage (Archival/Backup) can be on any media such as Tapes,
Disks, Disk systems, etc. or its combination. (so as to arrive at lower cost
per TB)
 May or may not use de-duplication technology
 Compatible with primary storage (at DC1 and DC2)
2.
Backup Size
To store data as required, to meet the archival requirement for different type
of video feeds, as follows:
 30 days of storage for camera feeds on secondary storage (these days
inclusive of 7 days of primary storage)
Hardware
Platform
 Rack mounted,
4.
Software
Platform
Must include backup/archive application portfolio required
5.
Retrieval
time
 Retrieval time for any data stored on secondary storage should be max. 4
hours for critical data & 8 hours for other data. This would be taken into
account for SLA calculation. (Critical data means any data needing urgent
attention by the Judicial System or by Police Dept. for investigation /
terrorist treat perception).
3.
 Rack based Expansion shelves
14. NVR for Vehicle Mounted cameras
#
Parameter
Minimum Specifications
1.
Channels / Ports
1080p/720p 8-Ch / Port built-in NVR-cum-Switch with Active alert
mechanism
2.
Input
Min 8 channel IP camera inputs
3.
Output
1 channel
4.
Support for Twoway Talk
1 channel Input, 1 channel Output
5.
OSD
Camera title, Time, Video loss, Camera lock, Motion detection, Recording
6.
Video/Audio
Compression
H.264 / MJPEG / PCM
7.
Resolution
1080P (1920×1080) / 720P(1280×720) / D1 (704×576 / 704×480)
8.
Record Rate
as per solution offered
9.
Bit Rate
48~8192Kb/s
10. Record Mode
Manual, Schedule(Regular(Continuous), MD, Alarm), Stop
11. Record Interval
1~120 min (default: 60 min), Pre-record: 1~30 sec, Post-record: 10~300 sec
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12. Search Mode
13.
Playback
Functions
Time/Date, Alarm, MD & Exact search (accurate to second), Smart search
Play, Pause, Stop, Rewind, Fast play, Slow play, Next file, Previous file, Next
camera, Previous camera, Full screen, Repeat, Shuffle, Backup selection,
Digital zoom
14. Ethernet
RJ-45 port (10/100/1000M)
15. Wireless Network
3G, 4G and Wi-Fi module option
16.
Network
Functions
TCP/IP, UDP, DHCP, DNS, IP Filter, PPPOE, DDNS, FTP, Email, Alarm
Server
17. Access
For all users of the mobile Van
18. Internal HDD
Minimum 2 with at least 2 extended slots
19. USB
Minimum 1 port
20.
Working
Environment
21. Certification
0°C to 50°C / 0% to 90% RH
UL/EN, CE, FCC, EN 50155/6137 or equivalent, Rugged for vehicular/mobile
use.
15. Video Wall / Video Screen
#
Parameter
Minimum Specifications
1.
Technology
Solid state LED illumination technology or Direct LED IPS based
Technology or equivalent
2.
Display Unit
The Visual Display Unit / Rear Projection Module must be based on
Single Chip Rear Projection Technology. Should have the scalability
and upgradeability to be made up of multiple rear projection modules
stacked up in columns to achieve a display wall for better viewing
ability in linear or curved configuration.
3.
Screen Size
As specified in the Scope of Work section for different Command /
Viewing Centers
4.
Resolution
Full high definition (1920X1080)
5.
Brightness
Uniformity of 85%
6.
Contrast Ratio
Min. 1400 : 1
7.
Wall Uptime
Min. 60,000 hours of rated life (Expected to be operational 24X7)
8.
Viewing Angle
180 degree viewing angle
9.
Screen to Screen
gap
- The inter screen gap should be <0.6mm.
10.
Other Features
- RS232 control (with loop-through)
- On Screen Display (OSD)
- IR remote control
- flicker free image on the Large Screen Graphics Wall
- Should be supplied with necessary display controller (if required), to
support viewing of the video feeds of multiple cameras
11.
Input
Analog D-sub/Digital DVI/Digital HDMI (as per solution)
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16. LED Display
#
Parameter
Minimum Specifications
1.
Technology
HD IPS LED Display , Direct LED Backlight
2.
Screen Size
As specified in the Scope of Work section for different Command /
viewing centers (40/42/55 inch diagonal)
3.
Resolution
Full high definition (Min 1920 x 1080) 16:9 Widescreen
4.
Contrast ratio
5000:1
5.
Brightness
350 nit
6.
Viewing angle
178 degree/178 degree (H/V)
7.
Response time
8ms
8.
Control
- RS232 control
- On Screen Display (OSD)
- IR remote control
9.
Operations
24x7
17. LCD Projector
#
Item
Minimum Specifications
1.
Display Technology
Poly-silicon TFT LCD
2.
Resolution
HD 1080p
3.
Colours
16.7 million Colours
4.
Brightness
2500 or more ANSI lumens (in Normal Mode)
5.
Contrast Ratio
2000:1 or more
6.
Video Input
One computer (D-Sub, Standard 15 pin VGA connector)
One S-Video, One HDMI
7.
Audio
Internal speaker
8.
Output ports
External Computer Monitor port, audio ports
9.
Remote Operations
Full function Infrared Remote Control
10.
Other features
Auto source detect, Auto-synchronisation, Keystone Correction
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18. Workstation with Joystick Controller
#
Parameter
Minimum Specifications
1.
Processor
Latest generation 64bit X86 Quad core processor(3Ghz) or better
2.
Chipset
Latest series 64bit Chipset
3.
Motherboard
OEM Motherboard
4.
RAM
Minimum 8 GB DDR3 ECC Memory @ 1600 Mhz. Slots should be free for future
upgrade
5.
Graphics card
Minimum Graphics card with 2 GB video memory (non shared)
6.
HDD
2 TB SATA-3 Hard drive @7200 rpm
7.
Media Drive
NO CD / DVD Drive
8.
Network
interface
10/100/1000 Mbps autosensing on board integrated RJ-45 Ethernet port.
9.
Audio
Line/Mic IN, Line-out/Spr Out (3.5 mm)
10. Ports
Minimum 6 USB ports (out of that 2 in front)
11. Keyboard
104 keys minimum OEM keyboard
12. Mouse
2 button optical scroll mouse (USB)
13. PTZ joystick
controller
• PTZ speed dome control for IP cameras
• Minimum 10 programmable buttons
• Multi-camera operations
• Compatible with all the camera models offered in the solution
• Compatible with VMS /Monitoring software offered
14. Monitor
Min. 22” (or 21.5”) TFT LED monitor, Minimum 1920 x1080 resolution, 5 ms or
better response time, TCO 05 (or higher) certified
For command Control Centers : 3 LED Monitors attached to the same workstation
(multi monitor)
For viewing centers : 1 LED Monitor
15. Certification
Energy star 5.0/BEE star certified
16. Operating
System
64 bit pre-loaded OS with recovery disc
17. Security
BIOS controlled electro-mechanical internal chassis lock for the system.
18. Antivirus
feature
Advanced antivirus, antispyware, desktop firewall, intrusion prevention (comprising
of a single, deployable agent) which can be managed by a central server. (Support,
updates, patches and errata for the entire contract/ project period)
19. Power supply
SMPS;. Power supply should be 90% efficient with EPEAT Gold certification for the
system.
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19. IP Phone Specifications
#
Parameter
Minimum Specifications
1.
Display
2 line or more, Monochrome display for viewing features like
messages, directory etc.
2.
Integral switch
10/100 mbps for a direct connection to a 10/100BASE-T Ethernet
network through an RJ-45 interface
3.
Speaker Phone
Yes
4.
Head set
Port for Head set (Headset also to be provided)
5.
VoIP Protocol
SIP V2
6.
PoE
IEEE 802.3af or better
7.
Supported Protocols
SNMP, DHCP, DNS
8.
Codecs
G.711, G.722 including handset and speakerphone
9.
Speaker Phone
Full duplex speaker phone with echo cancellation
Speaker on/ off button, microphone mute
10.
Volume control
Easy decibel level adjustment for speaker phone, handset and ringer
11.
Phonebook/Address
book
Minimum 100 contacts
12.
Call Logs
Access to missed, received, and placed calls. (Minimum 20 overall)
13.
Clock
e
Time and Date on display
14.
Ringer
Selectable Ringer tone
15.
Directory
e
Access
LDAP standard directory
IP PBX to support minimum 500 IP Phones with at least 100 concurrent sessions with features like –
 Provide reports for calls based on records, calls on a user basis, calls through gateways etc.
 Able to add bulk add, delete, and update operations for devices and users
 Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) Trunk support
 Centralized, configuration database, Web based management
 Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) directory interface
 Facilities to users like Call Back, Call Forward, Directory Dial, Last number Redial, etc.
 Calling Line Identification
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20. Network Laser Colour Printer
#
Parameter
Minimum Specifications
1
Print Speed
Black : 15 ppm or above on A3, 24 ppm or above on A4
Color : 8 ppm or above on A3, 12 ppm or above on A4
2
Resolution
600 X 600 DPI
3
Memory
Min. 8 MB or more
4
Paper Size
A3, A4, Legal, Letter, Executive, custom sizes
5
Paper Capacity
250 sheets or above on standard input tray, 100 Sheet or above on
Output Tray
6
Duty Cycle
25,000 sheets or better per month
7
OS Support
Linux, Windows 2000, Vista, 7, 8, 8.1
8
Interface
Ethernet Interface
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21. Fixed Dome Camera for Indoor Surveillance
#
Parameter
Minimum Specifications
1.
Video Compression
H.264
2.
Video Resolution
1920x1080
3.
Frame rate
25 fps in all resolutions
4.
Image Sensor
1/4” / 1/3” Progressive Scan CMOS
5.
Lens Type
Varifocal, C/CS Mount, IR Correction
6.
Lens
Fixed IRIS 2.8-10mm, F1.7, 10x digital zoom
7.
Minimum
Illumination
0.9 lux
8.
Image settings
Compression, colour, brightness, sharpness, contrast, white
balance, exposure control, backlight compensation, rotation
9.
Protocol
HTTP, HTTPS, FTP, SMTP, RTSP, RTP, TCP, UDP, RTCP, DHCP,
UPnP, QoS, IPV4, IPV6
10.
Security
Password Protection, IP Address filtering, User Access Log
11.
Operating conditions
0 to 50°C
12.
Casing
Tamper Resistant casing for Indoor Environment
22. KVM Module
#
Item
Minimum Specifications
1.
KVM Requirement
Keyboard, Video Display Unit and Mouse Unit (KVM) for the IT
Infrastructure Management at Data Center
2.
Form Factor
19” rack mountable
3.
Ports
minimum 8 ports
4.
Server Connections
It should support both USB and PS/2 connections.
5.
Auto-Scan
It should be capable to auto scan servers
6.
Rack Access
It should support local user port for rack access
7.
SNMP
The KVM switch should be SNMP enabled. It should be operable from
remote locations
8.
OS Support
It should support multiple operating system
9.
Power Supply
It should have dual power with failover and built-in surge protection
10.
Multi-User support
It should support multi-user access and collaboration
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23. Server/Networking Rack
#
Parameter
Minimum Specifications
1.
Type

19” 42U racks mounted on the floor

Floor Standing Server Rack - 42U with Heavy Duty Extruded Aluminium
Frame for rigidity. Top cover with FHU provision. Top & Bottom cover
with cable entry gland plates. Heavy Duty Top and Bottom frame of MS.
Two pairs of 19" mounting angles with 'U' marking. Depth support
channels - 3 pairs with an overall weight carrying Capacity of 500Kgs.

All racks should have mounting hardware 2 Packs, Blanking Panel.

Stationery Shelf (2 sets per Rack)

All racks must be lockable on all sides with unique key for each rack

Racks should have Rear Cable Management channels, Roof and base cable
access
2.
Wire
managers
Two vertical and four horizontal
3.
Power
Distribution
Units

2 per rack

Power Distribution Unit - Vertically Mounted, 32AMPs with 25 Power
Outputs. (20 Power outs of IEC 320 C13 Sockets & 5 Power outs of 5/15
Amp Sockets), Electronically controlled circuits for Surge & Spike
protection, LED readout for the total current being drawn from the
channel, 32AMPS MCB, 5 KV AC isolated input to Ground & Output to
Ground
Doors

The racks must have steel (solid / grill / mesh) front / rear doors and side
panels. Racks should NOT have glass doors / panels.

Front and Back doors should be perforated with at least 63% or higher
perforations.

Both the front and rear doors should be designed with quick release
hinges allowing for quick and easy detachment without the use of tools.
Fans and
Fan Tray

Fan 90CFM 230V AC, 4" dia (4 Nos. per Rack)

Fan Housing Unit 4 Fan Position (Top Mounted) (1 no. per Rack) Monitored - Thermostat based - The Fans should switch on based on the
Temperature within the rack. The temperature setting should be factory
settable. This unit should also include - humidity & temperature sensor
6.
Metal
Aluminium extruded profile
7.
Side Panel
Detachable side panels (set of 2 per Rack)
4.
5.
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24. Online UPS
#
Parameter
Minimum Specifications
1.
Capacity
Adequate capacity to cover all above IT Components at
respective location
2.
Output Wave Form
Pure Sine wave
3.
Input Power Factor at
Full Load
>0.90
4.
Input
Three Phase 3 Wire for over 5 KVA
5.
Input Voltage Range
305-475VAC at Full Load
6.
Input Frequency
50Hz +/- 3 Hz
7.
Output Voltage
400V AC, Three Phase for over 5 KVA UPS
8.
Output Frequency
50Hz+/- 0.5% (Free running); +/- 3% (Sync. Mode)
9.
Inverter efficiency
>90%
10.
Over All AC-AC Efficiency
>85%
11.
UPS shutdown
UPS should shutdown with an alarm and indication on following
conditions 1)Output over voltage 2)Output under voltage
3)Battery low 4)Inverter overload 5)Over temperature 6)Output
short
12.
Battery Backup
30 minutes in full load
13.
Battery
VRLA (Valve Regulated Lead Acid) SMF (Sealed Maintenance
Free) Battery
14.
Indicators & Metering
Indicators for AC Mains, Load on Battery, Fault, Load Level,
Battery Low Warning, Inverter On, UPS on Bypass, Overload,
etc.
Metering for Input Voltage, Output Voltage and frequency,
battery voltage, output current etc.
15.
Audio Alarm
Battery low, Mains Failure, Over temperature, Inverter overload,
Fault etc.
16.
Cabinet
Rack / Tower type
17.
Operating Temp
0 to 50 degrees centigrade
18.
Management Protocol
SNMP Support through TCP/IP
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25. DG Set
#
Item
Minimum Specifications
1
General
Specifications

Auto Starting DG Set mounted on a common base frame with AVM
(Anti-Vibration)
pads, residential silencer with exhaust piping,
complete conforming to ISO 8528 specifications and CPCB certified for
emissions.

KVA rating as per the requirement
2
Engine
Radiator cooled,
multi cylinder, 1500 RPM diesel engine, with
electronic/manual governor and electrical starting arrangement complete
with battery, conforming to BS 5514/ ISO 3046/ IS 10002
3
Fuel
High Speed Diesel (HSD)
5
Alternator
Self-exciting, self-regulating type alternator rated at 0.8 PF or better, 415
Volts, 3 Phase, 4 wires, 50 cycles/sec, 1500 RPM, conforming to IS 4722/
BS 5000, Windings of 100% Copper, class H insulation, Protection as per
IP 23.
6
AMF
(Auto
Main Failure)
Panel
AMF Panel fitted inside the enclosure, with the following:
7
8
Acoustic
Enclosure
Fuel
Tank
Capacity
It should have the following meters/indicators

Incoming and outgoing voltage

Current in all phases

Frequency

KVA and power factor

Time indication for hours/minutes of operation

Fuel Level in fuel tank, low fuel indication

Emergency Stop button

Auto/Manual/Test selector switch

MCCB/Circuit breaker for short-circuit and overload protection

Control Fuses

Earth Terminal

Any other switch, instrument, relay etc. essential for Automatic
functioning of DG set with AMF panel

The DG set shall be provided with acoustic enclosure / canopy to reduce
the sound level and to house the entire DG set (Engine & Alternator set)
assembly outside (open-air).

The enclosure must be weather resistant powder coated, with insulation
designed to meet latest MOEF/CPCB norms for DG sets, capable to
withstand Vishakhapatnam & Velagapudi climate. The enclosure must
have ventilation system, doors for easy access for maintenance, secure
locking arrangement, complete and
It should be sufficient and suitable for containing fuel for minimum 12
hours continuous operation, Complete with level indicator, fuel inlet and
outlet, air vent, drain plug, inlet arrangement for direct filling and set of fuel
hoses for inlet and return.
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26. Mobile Vans & Related Equipment’s
#
Parameter
Minimum Specifications
1.
Mobile Vans

4 x 4 Vehicle (to be provided by AP police department)

Cushioned seats for 5 personnel plus driver & co-driver

Siren unit and revolving light on body roof

500W floodlight

Observation hatch

Mobility : High

Gradeability : 20º

Maximum Speed : at least 100 kmph

Ground Clearance: 175mm or better.

The vehicle should be pre-fabricated with fitments for all IT equipment,
VSAT equipment and racks required.

Ku-Band

Should be fully controlled from the central NMS

Should Support DVB-S2, RIP V1, RIP V2, IGMP, IP Multicast.

The VSAT should have a single compact enclosure supporting LAN
interface.

The VSAT must have uplink data rate of minimum 2Mbps

Automatic satellite acquisition and tracking

Low profile antennae

SLA for VSAT connectivity Latency shall be at 1 Sec (from Mobile Van to
the Command Center)
2.
VSAT
27. Structured Cabling Components
#
Parameter
Minimum Specifications
1.
Standards
ANSI TIA 568 C for all structured cabling components
2.
OEM Warranty
OEM Certification and Warranty of 15-20 years as per OEM standards
3.
Certification
UL Listed and Verified
28. 2 Core Fibre Cable
#
Item
Minimum Specifications
1
General details
2F Single Mode Unitube Single Jacket Embedded FRP ADSS Lite
Optical Fibre Cable (ITU.T - G.657A1)
2
Physical details
Fibre Count: 02
Fibres Per Tube: 02
No of Tube: 01
Diameter of Cable: 4.0 x 6.4 Nominal (mm) +/- 1.0 mm
Weight of Cable: 25 ±5 kg/km
3
Maximum Cabled
Fibre Attenuation
1310nm : < 0.36 & 1550nm : < 0.23
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dB/Km
5
Loose Tube
Water Blocking Compound: Thixotropic jelly to prevent water
ingress in loose tube
Tube: Thermoplastic Material (PBTP)
6
Cable
Embedded Strength Member: Fibre Reinforce Plastic(FRP) on either
side of loose tube for tensile & anti-buckling
Sheathing: UV Proof Black HDPE Outer Sheath
7
Mechanical
Max. Tensile strength: 750 N
Crush Resistance: 1500N/100*100 mm
Minimum Bend Radius: 20 D
Impact strength: 25 Nm
Torsion: ±180⁰
8
Environmental
Temp. Performance:
Installation: -20ºC to +70º C
Operation: -30ºC to +70º C
Storage: -30ºC to +70º C
Note: Tests should be carried out as per IEC Standards. Change in attenuations should be
< 0.05 dB/km.
29. Electrical cabling component
#
Parameter
Minimum Specifications
1.
Standards
All electrical components shall be design manufactured and tested in
accordance with relevant Indian standards IEC’s
30. Video Management System
Video management system shall constitute of a platform which will be designed for viewing, recording
and replaying acquired video as part of overall project solution. This platform will be based on the
Internet Protocol (IP) open platform concept. Major functionalities are described here:
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VMS Overview

VMS shall be used for centralized management of all field camera devices, video servers and client
users.

VMS server shall be deployed in a clustered server environment for high availability and failover.

VMS shall support a flexible rule-based system driven by schedules and events.

VMS shall be supported for fully distributed solution for monitoring and control function,
designed for limitless multi-site and multiple server installations requiring 24/7 surveillance with
support for devices from different vendors.

VMS shall support ONVIF compliant internet protocol (IP) cameras.

The bidder shall clearly list in their proposal the make and models that can be integrated with the
VMS, additionally all the offered VMS and cameras must have Open Network Video Interface
Forum (ONVIF) compliance.

VMS shall be enabled for any standard storage technologies and video wall system integration.

VMS shall be enabled for integration with any external Video Analytics Systems.

VMS shall be capable of being deployed in a virtualized server environment without loss of any
functionality.

All CCTV cameras locations shall be overlaid in graphical map in the VMS Graphical User
Interface (GUI). The cameras selection for viewing shall be possible via clicking on the camera
location on the graphical map. The graphical map shall be of high resolution enabling operator to
zoom-in for specific location while selecting a camera for viewing.

VMS shall have an administrator interface to set system parameters, manage codecs, manage
permissions and manage storage.

VMS day to day control of cameras and monitoring on client workstations shall be controlled
through the administrator interface.

Whilst live control and monitoring is the primary activity of the monitoring workstations, video
replay shall also be accommodated on the GUI for general review and also for pre- and post-alarm
recording display.

The solution design for the VMS shall provide flexible video signal compression, display, storage
and retrieval.

All CCTV camera video signal inputs to the system shall be provided to various command control
center(s), viewing center etc., and the transmission medium used shall best suit the relative
camera deployments and access to the CCTV Network.

VMS client shall have the capability to work with touch enabled multi-monitor workstations. It
shall be capable of displaying videos in up to three (3) monitors simultaneously.

VMS shall be capable of transferring recorded images to recordable media (such as CD/DVD
and/or tapes) in tamper evident and auditable form. All standard Formats shall be supported
including, but not limited to:
o
o
AVI files
Motion- Joint Photographic Experts Group (M-JPEG)
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o
Moving Picture Expert Group-4 (MPEG-4)

The bidder shall provide capability to transfer recorded images only at the Storage Area Network
(SAN) administration terminal where a suitable video printer shall be supplied to create video
prints from snapshots of the recorded footage.

All streams to the above locations shall be available in real-time and at full resolution. Resolution
and other related parameters shall be configurable by the administrator in order to provide for
network constraints.

The VMS shall support field sensor settings. Each channel configured in the VMS shall have an
individual setup for the following settings, the specific settings shall be determined according to
the encoding device:

o
Brightness
o
Contrast
o
Colour
o
Sharpness
o
Saturation
o
Hue
o
White balance
The VMS shall support the following operations:
o
Adding an IP device
o
Updating an IP device
o
Updating basic device parameters
o
Adding/removing channels
o
Adding/removing output signals
o
Updating an IP channel
o
Removing an IP device
o
Enabling/disabling an IP channel
o
Refreshing an IP device (in case of firmware upgrade)
o
Multicast at multiple aggregation points

The VMS shall support retrieving data from edge storage. Thus when a lost or broken connection
is restored, it shall be possible to retrieve the video from SD card and store it on central storage.

The VMS shall support bookmarking the videos. Thus, allowing the users to mark incidents on live
and/or playback video streams.

The VMS shall allow the administrator to distribute camera load across multiple recorders and be
able shift the cameras from one recorder to another by simple drag and drop facility.
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
VMS shall support automatic failover for recording.

VMS shall support manual failover for maintenance purpose.

VMS shall support access and view of cameras and views on a smartphone or a tablet (a mobile
device).

VMS shall support integration with the ANPR application.

VMS shall support integration with other online and offline video analytic applications.

VMS shall be able to accept alerts from video analytics built into the cameras, other third party
systems, sensors etc.
Client System
The Client system shall provide remote users with rich functionality and features as described below:

Viewing live video from cameras on the surveillance system.

Browsing recordings from storage systems.

Creating and switching between multiple of views.

Viewing video from selected cameras in greater magnification and/or higher quality in a
designated hotspot.

Using digital zoom on live as well as recorded video.

Using sound notifications for attracting attention to detected motion or events.

Getting quick overview of sequences with detected motion.

Getting quick overviews of detected alerts or events.

Quickly searching selected areas of video recording for motion (also known as Smart Search).
Remote Web Client

The web-based remote client shall offer live view of up to 16 cameras, including PTZ control (if
applicable) and event / output activation. The Playback function shall give the user concurrent
playback of multiple recorded videos with date, alert sequence or time searching.

User Authentication – The Remote Client shall support logon using the user name and password
credentials
Mobile Client

The bidder shall be required to provide a standardised Mobile Application to integrate smart
phones and tablets for 2-way communication with the Video Management System in a secure
manner. It will be responsibility of SI to configure such tablets / Smartphone with the
Surveillance System and ensure that all the necessary access is given to these mobile users.
Matrix Monitor

Matrix Monitor – The Matrix Monitor feature shall allow distributed viewing of multiple cameras
on the system on any monitor.

The Matrix Monitor feature shall access the H.264/MJPEG/MPEG4 stream from the connected
camera directly and not sourced through the recording server.
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Alarm Management Module

The alarm management module shall allow for continuous monitoring of the operational status
and event-triggered alarms from various system servers, cameras and other devices. The alarm
management module shall provide a real-time overview of alarm status or technical problems
while allowing for immediate visual verification and troubleshooting.

The alarm management module shall provide interface and navigational tools through the client
including;

Graphical overview of the operational status and alarms from servers, network cameras and
external devices including motion detectors and access control systems.

Intuitive navigation using a map-based, hierarchical structure with hyperlinks to other maps,
servers and devices or through a tree-view Format.

The module shall include flexible access rights and allow each user to be assigned several roles
where each shall define access rights to cameras.

Basic VMS should be capable to accept third party generated events / triggers.
Management / Integration Functionality

The Surveillance System shall offer centralised management of all devices, servers and users.

The Surveillance System should not have any limit on the number of cameras to be connected for
Surveillance, Monitoring and Recording. Any increase in the no. of cameras should be possible by
augmentation of Hardware components.

The Surveillance System shall support distributed viewing of any camera in the system using
Video walls or big screen displays.

The Surveillance System shall support alarm management. The alarm management shall allow for
the continuous monitoring of the operational status and event-triggered alarms from system
servers, cameras and other external devices.

It should be possible to integrate the Surveillance System with 3rd-party software, to enable the
users to develop customized applications for enhancing the use of video surveillance solution. For
e.g., integrating alarm management to initiate SMS, E-Mail, VoIP call, etc.

The Management system shall store the overall network elements configuration in central
database, either on the management server computer or on a separate DB Server on the network.

System should be able to be integrated with Event Management / Incident Management System.
System Administration Functionality

The System Administration Server shall provide a feature-rich administration client for system
configuration and day-to-day administration of the system.

The System Administration Server shall support different logs related to the Management Server.
o
The System Log
o
The Audit Log
o
The Alert Log
o
The Event Log
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
Rules: The system shall support the use of rules to determine when specific actions occur. Rules
shall define what actions shall be carried out under specific conditions. The system shall support
rule initiated actions such as:
o
Start and stop recording
o
Set non-default live frame rate
o
Send notifications via email
o
Pop-up video on designated Client Monitor recipients
Other Miscellaneous Requirements

System should have a facility to create CDs or other storage media for submission to Judiciary,
which can be treated evidence for legal matters. Such storage media creation should be tamper
proof and SI to provide appropriate technology so that integrity and quality of evidence is
maintained as per requirements of the judiciary. Bidder is required to specify any additional
hardware / software required for this purpose & the same can be listed in miscellaneous section of
the Price Bid. The bidder will also prepare the guideline document to be followed by the Police
Personnel for the retrieval of Video / images from the CCTV System so as to maintain integrity of
the evidence. Such a guideline document should include methods of retrieval of data, check-list to
be followed and flowchart of the entire process to be followed.

All the systems proposed and operationalisation of Video Management System should comply
with requirements of IT Acts.
Major Server components for VMS
Video Management
Server(s)
Video Management System Servers will maintain coherent operations between all
servers and workstations. It will host Control Center, where the system is
administered, and System database. It will monitor one or more Recorder servers on
separate dedicated computers, storage devices, IP-compatible devices, and one or
more workstation. All network communication will also be is performed via the
Video Management servers.
Video Recording
Server(s)
The Video Recorder Server will be a dedicated server that will store and processes
video with the help of Video Management System
Video Analytics
Server (s)
Video Analytics Software will be installed in the Video Analytics Server, Video
Analytics is a software product that will analyse live video in real-time to detect,
identify, and track objects of interest. It will automatically issue alerts to the
appropriate personnel and initiate appropriate follow-up action according to predefined rules. This software will also manage sensors; each sensor will monitor a
single video feed for security events. The video feeds will be connected over the
network to the Video Analytics Server. Sensors on the Video Analytics Server will
perform all event detection functions.
Web Server(s)
It will be used to launch the client application remotely through web browsers.
Gateway Server
(s) – If required
A Media Gateway server will be used to establish remote connections to review and
transcode the video. Standalone Media Gateway servers can also be installed on
separate machines. Standalone servers will be recommended for such large systems
that will transfer video data to remote clients.
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31. ANPR
The ANPR System shall enable monitoring of vehicle flow at strategic locations. The system shall
support real-time detection of vehicles at the deployed locations, recording each vehicle, reading its
number plate, database lookup from central server and triggering of alarms/alerts based on the
vehicle status and category as specified by the database. The system usage shall be privilege driven
using password authentication.
Vehicle Detection and Video Capture Module:
 The System should automatically detect a vehicle in the camera view using video detection and
activate license plate recognition
 The System shall automatically detect the license plate in the captured video feed in real-time.
 The system shall perform OCR (optical character recognition) of the license plate characters
(English alpha-numeric characters in standard fonts).
 The System shall store JPEG image of vehicle and license plate and enter the license plate number
into DBMS solution (The Application should be based on Standard DBMS Solution)
 System should be able to detect and recognize the English alpha numeric License plate in
standard fonts and Formats of all four wheelers including cars, HCV, and LCV.
 The system shall be robust to variation in License Plates in terms of font, size, contrast and colour
and should work with good accuracy
Vehicle Detection by Colour
 The system shall detect the colour of all vehicles in the camera view during daytime and label
them as per the predefined list of configured system colours. The system will store the colour
information of each vehicle along with the license plate information for each transaction in the
database.
 The system shall have options to search historical records for post event analysis by the vehicle
colour or the vehicle colour with license plate and date time combinations
Alert Generation
 The system should have option to input certain license plates according to the hot listed categories
like “Wanted”, “Suspicious”, “Stolen”, etc. by authorized personnel.
 The system should be able to generate automatic alarms to alert the control room personnel for
further action, in the event of detection of any vehicle falling in the hot listed categories.
Vehicle Status Alarm Module
 On successful recognition of the number plate, system should be able generate automatic alarm to
alert the control room for vehicles which have been marked as "Wanted", "Suspicious", "Stolen",
"Expired". (System should have provision/expansion option to add more categories for future
need).
 The Instantaneous and automatic generation of alarms. In case of identity of vehicle in any
category which is define by user.
Vehicle Log Module
 The system shall enable easy and quick retrieval of snapshots, video and other data for post
incident analysis and investigations.
 The system should be able to generate suitable MIS reports that will provide meaningful data to
concerned authorities and facilitate optimum utilization of resources.
These reports shall include.
- Report of vehicle flow at each of the installed locations for Last Day, Last Week and
Last Month.
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Report of vehicles in the detected categories at each of the installed locations for Last
Day, Last Week and Last Month.
- Report of Vehicle Status change in different Vehicle Categories.
The system shall have Search option to tune the reports based on license plate number, date and
time, site location as per the need of the authorities.
The system shall have option to save custom reports for subsequent use. The system shall have
option to export report being viewed to common Format for use outside of the ANPRS or
exporting into other systems.
The system should provide advanced and smart searching facility of License plates from the
database. There should be an option of searching number plates almost matching with the specific
number entered (up to 1 and 2 character distance)
-



Vehicle Category Editor
 The system should have option to input certain license plates according to category like "Wanted",
"Suspicious", "Stolen", “Expired" etc. by Authorized personnel.
 The system should have an option to add new category by authorized personnel.
 The system should have option to update vehicle status in specific category by authorized
personnel. e.g. on retrieval of stolen vehicle, system entry should be changed from "Stolen" to
"Retrieved".
 System should have option to specify maximum time to retain vehicle records in specific
categories.
Central Management Module
 The Central Management Module shall run on the ANPRS Central Server in control booth. It
should be possible to view records and edit hotlists from the Central Server.
ANPR Specification
 Base Specification of Fixed Box Cameras (Part 2, Annexure 3) must be part of the ANPR
specifications.
Camera Housing
 IP66 standard with sunshield vandal proof Housing
Systems requirement
 Local Server at Intersection: The system must run on a Commercial Off the Shelf Server (COTS).
Outdoor IP 66 Quad core processor based server should be able to cover at least 8 lanes.
 Operating system: The system must be based on open platform and should run on Linux or
windows Operating system.
 Network Bandwidth: The system should work with 4 fps video per ANPR camera.

Workstation: Workstation must run on latest available O S.
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32. Functional Requirements of C4I
A C4I platform will provide seamless integration to multi-vendor devices and disparate system across
the enterprise platform to provide a holistic view of the situation. Some of the design consideration for
the same includes the following:
#
Parameter
Functional Requirement
1
Situational
Awareness
C4I will be designed to provide complete situational awareness to ensure
that incident response policies are implemented without technical
restrictions.
It will address the need to rapidly change and adapt these security process
and policies, especially when managing disparate security systems,
sensors and devices. To ensure a holistic Police management system, C4I
will have:
 Seamless integration to multi-vendor devices
 Single view of incidents and events (via dashboards and role-specific
graphical user interfaces).
 Pre-plan process event management (via customized alarm, GUI
workflow tools and response plans).
 Analytics, Correlation and information management
Thus, the C4I will be able to provide complete situational awareness on
ground, covering a set percentage of the overall surveillance cameras,
readiness Status, vehicle movements, open incidents etc.
2
Decision making
The C4I will be designed to enable decision making, Planning, allocation
of resources and after action review.
3
Command
Control
The C4I center will monitor, manage and disseminate alerts (sound
based, email based etc.) and information from all of the disparate video
and security systems. The operations center will also conduct intelligent
video analytics processing and third party data mining analysis. The C4I
software will provide the following capabilities in order to support the
operator.
 Data Mining – The system will be integrated with the data mining
services that connect to CCTNS, Prisons, Courts or any similar
database available from the State Government. The data mining
services running at the standard will provide information on:
 Match a suspect/criminal photograph with these databases
 Match a suspected Criminal face with Video Feeds of specific
camera locations or with the feed received from private or other
public organisation’s video feeds
 Network Video Recorder (NVR) – The NVR’s used as part of the
community surveillance system will capture images and videos from
the community surveillance cameras and the same must be accessible
from the Command and Control Center. Videos relating to such
physical security alert could be tagged and stored for future use.
 Analytics – The system will alert the operator when configured video
analytics event occur. They include:
 Unidentified object detection
 Motion / intrusion detection
 Noise level detection (gunshot, explosion, shattering of glass etc.)
 Vandalism and tamper detection
 Virtual Fence / Tress Passing / Tripwire
 People / Mass movement
 Car
Traffic
Events
(Start/Stop/Illegal
parking/wrong
direction/Speed)
 Physical Security – All physical security systems and sensors will be
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#
Parameter
Functional Requirement
monitored with the intelligent agent software’s. Specific parameters
will be identified by the operator and the applications will provide
automatic sound-alerts, email-alerts, etc. when anomalous
information is detected. Alerts will be instantaneously distributed
throughout the network to the appropriate responding agency.
The command and control is thus envisaged to help communicate,
dispatch resources, coordinate response and carry out the complete
incident management.
4
Integration
The C4I is recommended to have a complete integration with the
following
1. CCTV System from different manufactures
2. Integration with Access Control , Fire Detection & Biometrics
3. GIS Mapping
4. SMS Gateway- Unidirectional SMS support, for Alarm
notifications.
5. Intelligent Directory Gateway – C4I shall integrate with the
supplied Intelligent Directory Server.
6. Centralized helpdesk Gateway
7. Video Wall Gateway
8. ANPR Gateway
9. RLVD Gateway
10. VoIP Gateway
11. Third party database integration Gateway
12. GPS Gateway
13. Face Recognition Gateway
14. Data Mining – Dashboard Gateway
15. Video Analytics integration
16. Private & Public VMS Integration
17. Integration with Intelligent Traffic Management Systems
18. Integration with Picture Intelligence Recording and Investigation
System (PIU)
19. Integration with external related IT Systems
33. Enterprise Management System
The Enterprise Management System (EMS) is an important requirement of this Project. Various key
components of the EMS are:

SLA & Contract management System

Network Monitoring System

Server Monitoring System

Helpdesk System
Proposed EMS Solution shall be based on industry standard best practice framework such as ITIL etc.
SLA & Contract management System
The SLA & Contract Management solution should enable APSFL to capture all the System based SLAs
defined in this RFP and then calculate quarterly (or for any duration) penalty automatically.
Measuring service performance requires incorporation of a wide variety of data sources of the
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Surveillance project. The SLA solution should support the collection data from various sources in
order to calculate Uptime / Performance / Security SLAs. Various features required in this component
to EMS are 
It must be a centralized monitoring solution for all IT assets (including servers, network
equipment etc.)

The solution must have integrated dashboard providing view of non performing components /
issues with related to service on any active components

The solution must follow governance, compliance and content validations to improve
standardisation of service level contracts

Application should be pre-configured so as to allow the users to generate timely reports on the
SLAs on various parameters.

The solution must support Service Level Agreements & Lifecycle Management including Version
Control, Status Control, Effectively and audit Trail to ensure accountability for the project.

The solution must have the ability to define and calculate key performance indicators from an End
to End Business Service delivery perspective related to Surveillance Project under discussion.

The solution should support requirements of the auditors requiring technical audit of the whole
system

The solution most have an integrated dashboard, view of Contract Parties & current SLA delivery
levels and view of Services & current SLA performance

The solution should support SLA Alerts escalation and approval process.

Solution should support effective root cause analysis, support capabilities for investigating the
root causes of failed service levels and must make it possible to find the underlying events that
cause the service level contract to fail.

Accept Data from a variety of Formats; provide pre-configured connectors and adapters, Ability to
define Adapters to data source in a visual manner without coding.

Support for Defining and Calculating service Credit and Penalty based on clauses in SLAs.
Reporting

Ability to generate reports on penalty and credit due, to check on non-compliance of SLAs for the
surveillance project

Monetary penalties to be levied for non-compliance of SLA, thus the system must provide Service
Level Performance Report over time, contract, service and more.

The solution should provide historical and concurrent service level reports for the surveillance
project in order to ensure accountability of the service provider’s performance

Automatic Report creation, execution and Scheduling, must support variety of export Formats
including Microsoft Word, Adobe PDF etc.

The solution must support Templates for report generation, Report Filtering and Consolidation
and Context sensitive Drill-down on specific report data to drive standardisation and governance
of the surveillance project
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
The solution must support security for drill-down capabilities in dashboard reports ensuring
visibility for only relevant personnel of the surveillance project

Support real-time reports (like at-a-glance status) as well as historical analysis reports (like Trend,
TopN, Capacity planning reports etc.)
o
Resource utilisation exceeding or below customer-defined limits
o
Resource utilisation exceeding or below predefined threshold limits
An indicative List of SLAs that need to be measured centrally by SLA contract management system are
given in the RFP Document. These SLAs must be represented using appropriate customisable reports
to ensure overall service delivery.
Network Management System
Solution should provide Fault, Configuration & Performance management of the entire datacentre
infrastructure and should monitor IP\SNMP enabled devices such as Routers, Switches, Cameras,
Online UPS, etc. Proposed Network Management shall integrate with SLA & Contract Management
system in order to supply KPI metrics like availability, utilisation in order to measure central SLA’s
and calculate penalties. Following are key functionalities that are required, which will help measuring
SLA’s as well as assist administrators to monitor network faults & performance degradations in order
to reduce downtimes, increase availability and take proactive actions to remediate & restore network
services.

The proposed solution must automatically discover manageable elements connected to the
infrastructure and map the connectivity between them. Solution should provide centralized
monitoring console displaying network topology map from central location to
Central/District/Commissionerate level Command and Control Center and State level
Viewing Centers.

Proposed solution should provide customizable reporting interface to create custom reports for
collected data.

The system must use advanced root-cause analysis techniques and policy-based condition
correlation technology for comprehensive analysis of infrastructure faults.

The system should be able to clearly identify configuration changes as root cause of network
problems and administrators should receive an alert in case of any change made on routers spread
across surveillance project.

Network Performance management system should provide predictive performance monitoring
and should be able to auto-calculate resource utilisation baselines for the entire managed systems
and networks and allow user to set corresponding upper and lower threshold limits based on
baseline data instead of setting up manual thresholds for monitored devices.

The system must support the ability to create reports that allow the surveillance administrators to
search all IP traffic over a specified historical period, for a variety of conditions for critical router
interfaces.

The proposed system must be capable of providing the following detailed analysis across
surveillance domain:
o
Top utilised links (inbound and outbound) based on utilisation of link
o
Top protocols by volume based on utilisation of link
o
Top host by volume based on utilisation of link
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

Server Performance Monitoring System
o
The proposed tool should integrate with network performance management system and
support operating system monitoring for various platforms supplied as part of the
Surveillance Project.
o
The proposed tool must provide information about availability and performance for target
server nodes.
o
The proposed tool should be able to monitor various operating system parameters such as
processors, memory, files, processes, file systems, etc. where applicable.
o
The solution should provide a unified web based console, which consolidates all aspects of
role based access under a single console.
o
Proposed Network Management shall integrate with SLA & Contract Management system in
order to supply KPI metrics like availability, utilisation, and performance in order to measure
central SLA’s and calculate penalties.
Centralised Helpdesk System
o
The proposed helpdesk solution must provide flexibility of logging, viewing, updating and
closing incident manually via web interface for issues related to surveillance project.
o
Helpdesk system should provide incident management, problem management templates
along with helpdesk SLA system for tracking SLA’s pertaining to incident resolution time for
priority / non-priority incidents.
o
The proposed helpdesk solution must have a built-in workflow engine to define escalations or
tasks to be carried out after issues or change order are logged pertaining to surveillance
project.
o
Centralized Helpdesk System should have integration with Network/Server Monitoring
Systems so that the Helpdesk Operators can to associate alarms with Service Desk tickets to
help surveillance operators that for what particular alarms corresponding helpdesk tickets got
logged.
o
Surveillance Network admin should be able to manually create tickets through Fault
Management GUI.
o
System should also automatically create tickets based on alarm type
o
System should provide a link to directly launch a Service Desk view of a particular ticket
created by alarm from within the Network Operation console.
34. Picture Intelligence Unit
This is envisaged to be a video forensic unit/ R&D Setup for Video Content Analysis. It will use live
camera feeds, criminal and crime scene photographs/ videos etc. as evidence. It will ensure videoanalytics, continuous time stamp and non-tampering of electronic evidence as per laws.
Picture Intelligence Unit (PIU) shall be given access to the databases of Passport, CCTNS, Prisons,
AMBIS or any similar database available with the State Government and Central Government. It shall
also create a repository of photographs obtained from various police sources like Newspapers, Photos
during raids, Photos sent by people, etc. Such photographs would be tagged for sex, age, scars, tattoos,
etc. so that these become searchable. Some of the approaches to be used by the Picture Intelligence
Unit for implementation of Facial Recognition System would be as follows:
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
Match a suspect / criminal photograph with these databases
Search photographs from the database meeting certain suspect features
Match a suspected Criminal face with Video Feeds of specific camera locations or with the
feed received from private or other public organization’s video feeds
Whenever there is a requirement at any of the District Police HQ to check the identity of an individual,
Police Station would make such a request to PIU, who in turn would search the databases available
with it to match the individual. Such databases would either be accessed through web services or in a
downloaded manner. Full audit trail of reports and data provided will be maintained.
PIU would also try to access information from third parties — for example, banks, telecom companies,
credit companies, etc. PIU shall also liaison with other institutes & agencies doing R&D work on Facial
Recognition & related technologies. It is expected that the Systems Integrator look at this Picture
Intelligence Unit as a Research & Development Center to test the best and latest technologies and
ensure its continuous enhancement. SI is required to analyse the futuristic requirements for the
effective functioning of PIU and propose tools like Data mining (application of statistical techniques
and programmatic algorithms to discover previously unnoticed relationships within the data). SI
needs to propose one of the most advanced (+ tried & tested) Facial Recognition System. Uptime SLA
would be applicable to this application, but no performance SLA is fixed since the technology is still
under R&D. SI needs to customise the application to the local conditions & carry out continuous
enhancements during operational phase. SI shall also undertake GAIT Analysis and work on new
proposed standards like H.265.
PIU shall oversee the integration of ANPR with the other relevant databases. Further the PIU shall
also evaluate the use of various emerging technologies and also customize these solutions for effective
deployments. Such technologies shall include:
 Unidentified object detection
 Motion / intrusion detection
 Noise level detection (gunshot, explosion, shattering of glass etc.)
 Camera Vandalism and tamper detection
 Virtual Fence / Tress Passing / Tripwire
 People / Mass movement
 Car Traffic Events (Start/Stop/Illegal parking/wrong direction/Speed)
Experts in PIU Team
SI has to provide adequate team to operationalize PIU and train the Police Personnel to make
optimum utilization of the same. Minimum requirement of the team to be proposed by SI for PIU is as
follows:
 1 Facial Recognition Analyst (with min. 1 year of relevant experience)
 1 video Analytic Analyst (with min. 1 year of experience in video analytics (other than facial
recognition)
 1 IT Forensic Expert (with min. 2 years of experience in IT Forensic). Forensic Experts shall
be responsible for preparing the incriminating video clips and shall also certify its integrity &
chain of custody.
 Above experts would be deployed for a period of 2 years, from the starting of PIU in phase III
of the project.
It may also be required from time to time for these experts to depose in the court of law. These experts
will analyse the incriminating video footage and certify its integrity & chain of custody. These experts
shall oversee the integration of ANPR with the other relevant databases and also undertake R&D to
evaluate and analyse various analytics related technologies and their implementation during the
project period.
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All the necessary software, tools required for undertaking this activity should be provided by the
bidder.
Publishing of Guideline Documents by PIU
PIU shall be responsible for preparing various guideline documents / manuals for the appropriate use
of video data and for uniform operationalisation of Surveillance systems across the city at different
private / public institutions. Indicative list of such guideline documents / manuals to be prepared by
the PIU is given below:
 Guideline document / manual to standardize file Formats, compression types, interfaces, to
be used by various agencies (such as Fire Dept., Ambulance Dept., Other Public Institutions,
Pvt. Institutions, etc.) concerned with video / photograph recording & storage.
 Guidelines for video data handling for submission of the video data to judiciary as legal
evidence.
 Guideline document / manual for setting up of Video Surveillance System by Private and
Public institutions within the city.
SI is expected to adhere to the industry best practice & build upon the learning’s to improve the
performance & accuracy of the system.
Location of PIU
PIU operational center shall be located at Amaravati to maintain the operational integrity and to
coordinate with senior police officers in delivering the tactical, operational and strategic information
derived from PIU system.
Other requirements in PIU
 Adequate User Licenses for the Facial Recognition System, Data Mining System/Application
 Hardware, Software for supporting creation of legal evidence on CDs / DVDs in an
untampered manner. It is necessary that creating such evidence on CD / DVD / any other
storage media is done as per legal requirements so that the evidence is considered as untampered in the court of law.
 Connectivity from the Data Center (if housed at different place other than already connected)
The required servers, storage and application software will be hosted in Data centers.
35. Video Analytics
1000 channel licenses are requested and are not tied to specific cameras. The minimal functionality
expected includes:
 Vehicles:
a. ANPR
b. Tailgating
c. Wrong way detection
d. Stopped vehicle
e. Traffic violation
 Objects:
a. Object classification
b. Left suspicious object
c.
Asset protection
d. Traffic obstacle

People:
a.
Facial Recognition
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b. Entering a restricted area, Loitering
c.
Grouping and crowding
d. People Counting

Cameras:
a.
Camera tampering detection
b. Cameras pre-set
c.
Camera offline
d. Scene change
36. Database Licenses

Bidder needs to provide Licensed RDBMS, enterprise/full version as required for the proposed
Surveillance System and following all standard industry norms for performance, data security,
authentication and database shall be exportable in to XML.
37. Backup Software

The software shall be primarily used to back up the video feed from the servers onto SAN and
backup tapes (when required). The other data that would require backing up would include the
various databases that shall be created for the surveillance system. Details of data that would be
created are available in the table at section ‘Data Requirements’

Scheduled unattended backup using policy-based management for all Server and OS platforms

The software should support on-line backup (transparent to the real time operations of the
system) and restore of various applications and Databases

The backup software should be capable of having multiple back-up sessions simultaneously

The backup software should support different types of backup such as Full back up, Incremental
back up, Differential back up, Selective back up, Point in Time back up and Progressive
Incremental back up

The backup software should support different types of user interface such as GUI, Web-based
interface

SI shall prepare backup policy for all Server and Storage systems of the project, in order to meet
the SLA and DR requirements and apply backup window accordingly.
38. Anti-virus Software

Shall be able to scan through several types of compression Formats.

Must update itself over internet for virus definitions, program updates etc. (periodically as well as
in push-updates in case of outbreaks)

Able to perform different scan Actions based on the virus type (Trojan/ Worm, Joke, Hoax, Virus,
other)

Shall be able to scan only those file types which are potential virus carriers (based on true file
type)

Shall be able to scan for HTML, VBScript Viruses, malicious applets and ActiveX controls
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
Shall provide Real-time product Performance Monitor and Built-in Debug and Diagnostic tools,
and context- sensitive help.

The solution must support multiple remote installations

Shall provide for virus notification options for Virus Outbreak Alert and other configurable
Conditional Notification.

Should be capable of providing multiple layers of defence

Shall have facility to clean, delete and quarantine the virus affected files.

Should support scanning for ZIP, RAR compressed files, and TAR archive files

Should support online update, where by most product updates and patches can be performed
without bringing messaging server off-line.

Should use multiple scan engines during the scanning process

Should support in-memory scanning so as to minimize Disk IO.

Should support Multi-threaded scanning

Should support scanning of nested compressed files

Should support heuristic scanning to allow rule-based detection of unknown viruses

Updates to the scan engines should be automated and should not require manual intervention

All binaries from the vendor that are downloaded and distributed must be signed and the
signature verified during runtime for enhanced security

Updates should be capable of being rolled back in case required

File filtering should be supported by the proposed solution; file filtering should be based on true
file type.

Should support various types of reporting Formats such as CSV, HTML and text files

Shall scan at least HTTP, FTP traffic (sending & receiving) in real time and protect against viruses,
worms & Trojan horse attacks and other malicious code.
39. Directory services

Should be compliant with LDAP v3

Support for integrated LDAP compliant directory services to record information for users and
system resources

Should provide integrated authentication mechanism across operating system, messaging services

Should provide directory services for ease of management and administration/replication

Should provide support for Group policies and software restriction policies

Should support security features, such as Kerberos, Smart Cards, Public Key Infrastructure (PKI),
etc.
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
Should provide support for X.500 naming standards

Should support Kerberos for logon and authentication

Should support that password reset capabilities for a given group or groups of users can be
delegated to any nominated user

Should support that user account creation/deletion rights within a group or groups can be
delegated to any nominated user

Should support directory services integrated DNS zones for ease of management and
administration/replication. (through directory server and/or DNS server)
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19. Annexure 11:
Specifications
Non-IT
Requirements
The selected bidder should adhere to the specifications given below for Non-IT components. It is
essential that Fire Proof material be used as far as possible and Certification from Fire Department be
taken for Command Centers before Go-Live.
1. Civil and Architectural work
a. False Ceiling (at Command Centers)

Providing and fixing metal false ceiling with powder coated 0.5mm thick hot dipped
galvanised steel tiles 595 x 595 mm with regular edge (10mm) suitable for 25mm grid
supported on suitable powder coated galvanised steel grid as per manufacturer
specification. The same shall be inclusive of cut outs for lighting, AC grills, Fire detectors,
nozzles, etc.

Providing and fixing 12 mm thick fire line Gypsum false ceiling and lighting troughs 300
mm as per design including 100 mm high cornices as lighting pelmets on G.I. frame work,
in G.I. vertical supports at every 450mm c/c and horizontal runners at every 900mm c/c
self-taping metal screws to proper line and level. The same shall be inclusive of making
holes and required framing for fixing electrical fixtures, A.C. grills etc. GI vertical
supports to be anchored to slab by means of anchor fasteners.
b. Furniture and Fixture

Workstation size of min. 18” depth made with 1.5mm thick laminate of standard make
over 18mm thick commercial board complete with wooden beading including cutting
holes & fixing of cable manager etc. complete with French polish. Edges shall be factory
post-formed. The desk shall have the necessary drawers, keyboard trays, cabinets etc.
along with sliding / opening as per approved design with quality drawer slides, hinges,
locks etc.

Providing & making of storage unit with 18 mm thick MDF board along with 1.5 mm
approved laminate colour outside and 2 coat of enamel paint inside the storage of size
1'6"x1'6"x2'4". The same should be provided with all the required accessories including
the handle, lock, sliding channel and necessary hardware, etc. complete with French
polish

Cabin table of min. depth 2’ made with 1.5mm thick laminate of standard make over
19mm thick commercial board complete with wooden beading including cutting holes &
fixing of cable manager etc. complete with French polish.

Providing, making & fixing 6" high laminated strip using 1.5mm thick laminate over
10mm thick commercial board on all vertical surface in the entire server & ancillary areas
including low height partition, brick wall, partition wall, cladding etc. complete with
French polish in all respect.

Providing, making & fixing an enclosure for gas cylinder of Shutters and Partitions along
with wooden support and 18 mm thick MDF board along with 1.5 mm approved laminate
colour outside and 2 coat of enamel paint inside the shutter. The same should be provided
with all the required accessories including the handle, lock, loaded hinges, tower bolt and
necessary hardware etc. complete with French polish.
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c. Partitions (wherever required as per approved drawing)

Providing and fixing in position full height partition wall of 125 mm thick fire line gypboard partition using 12.5 mm thick double fire line gyp-board on both sides with GI steel
metal vertical stud frame of size 75 mm fixed in the floor and ceiling channels of 75 mm
wide to provide a strong partition. Glass wool insulation inside shall be provided as
required. Fixing is by self-tapping screw with vertical studs being at 610 mm intervals.
The same should be inclusive of making cut-outs for switch board, sockets, grill etc. It
shall also include preparing the surface smoothly and all as per manufacture’s
specification etc. finally finishing with one coat of approved brand of fire resistant
coating.

With glazing including the framework of 4" x 2" powder coated aluminium section
complete (in areas like partition between server room & other auxiliary areas).

Providing & fixing Fire Rated Wire Glass minimum 6 mm thick for all glazing in the
partition wall complete. (External windows not included in this).

All doors should be minimum 1200 mm (4 ft.) wide.
d. Painting
2.

Providing and applying Fire retardant paint of pre-approved make and shade to give an
even shade over a primer coat as per manufacturers’ recommendations after applying
painting putty to level and plumb and finishing with 2 coats of fire retardant paint. Base
coating shall be as per manufacturer’s recommendation for coverage of paint.

For all vertical Plain surface.

For fire line gyp-board ceiling.

Providing and laying POP punning over cement plaster in perfect line and level with
thickness of 10 - 12 mm including making good chases, grooves, edge banding, scaffolding
pockets etc.

Applying approved fire retardant coating on all vertical surfaces, furniture etc. as per
manufacturer's specification.
PVC Conduit

The conduits for all systems shall be high impact rigid PVC heavy-duty type and shall
comply with I.E.E regulations for non-metallic conduit 1.6 mm thick as per IS 9537/1983.

All sections of conduit and relevant boxes shall be properly cleaned and glued using
appropriate epoxy resin glue and the proper connecting pieces, like conduit fittings such
as Mild Steel and should be so installed that they can remain accessible for existing cable
or the installing of the additional cables.

No conduit less than 20mm external diameter shall be used. Conduit runs shall be so
arranged that the cables connected to separate main circuits shall be enclosed in separate
conduits, and that all lead and return wire of each circuit shall be run to the same circuit.

All conduits shall be smooth in bore, true in size and all ends where conduits are cut shall
be carefully made true and all sharp edges trimmed. All joints between lengths of conduit
or between conduit and fittings boxes shall be pushed firmly together and glued properly.

Cables shall not be drawn into conduits until the conduit system is erected, firmly fixed
and cleaned out. Not more than two right angle bends or the equivalent shall be permitted
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between draw and junction boxes. Bending radius shall comply with I.E.E regulations for
PVC pipes.

Conduit concealed in the ceiling slab shall run parallel to walls and beams and conduit
concealed in the walls shall run vertical or horizontal.

The chase in the wall required in the recessed conduit system shall be neatly made and
shall be of angle dimensions to permit the conduit to be fixed in the manner desired.
Conduit in chase shall be hold by steel hooks of approved design of 60cm center the
chases shall be filled up neatly after erection of conduit and brought to the original finish
of the wall with cement concrete mixture 1:3:6 using 6mm thick stone aggregate and
course sand.
Wiring
3.

PVC insulated copper conductor cable shall be used for sub circuit runs from the distribution
boards to the points and shall be pulled into conduits. They shall be stranded copper
conductors with thermoplastic insulation of 650 / 1100 volts grade. Colour code for wiring
shall be followed.

Looping system of wring shall be used, wires shall not be jointed. No reduction of strands is
permitted at terminations.

Wherever wiring is run through trunking or raceways, the wires emerging from individual
distributions shall be bunched together with cable straps at required regular intervals.
Identification ferrules indication the circuit and D.B. number shall be used for sub main, sub
circuit wiring the ferrules shall be provided at both end of each sub main and sub-circuit.

Where, single phase circuits are supplied from a three phase and a neutral distribution board,
no conduit shall contain wiring fed from more than one phase in any one room in the
premises, where all or part of the electrical load consists of lights, fans and/or other single
phase current consuming devices, all shall be connected to the same phase of the supply.

Circuits fed from distinct sources of supply or from different distribution boards or M.C.B.s
shall not be bunched in one conduit. In large areas and other situations where the load is
divided between two or three phases, no two single-phase switches connected to difference
phase shall be mounted within two meters of each other.

All splicing shall be done by means of terminal blocks or connectors and no twisting
connection between conductors shall be allowed.

Metal clad sockets shall be of die cast non-corroding zinc alloy and deeply recessed contact
tubes. Visible scraping type earth terminal shall be provided. Socket shall have push on
protective cap.

All power sockets shall be piano type with associate’s switch of same capacity. Switch and
socket shall be enclosed in a M. S. sheet steel enclosure with the operating knob projecting.
Entire assembly shall be suitable for wall mounting with Bakelite be connected on the live
wire and neutrals of each circuit shall be continuous everywhere having no fuse or switch
installed in the line excepting at the main panels and boards. Each power plug shall be
connected to each separate and individual circuit unless specified otherwise. The power
wiring shall be kept separate and distinct from lighting and fan wiring. Switch and socket for
light and power shall be separate units and not combined one.

Balancing of circuits in three phases installed shall be arranged before installation is taken up.
Unless otherwise specified not more than ten light points shall be grouped on one circuit and
the load per circuit shall not exceed 1000 watts.
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4.
Earthing
All electrical components are to be earthen by connecting two earth tapes from the frame of the
component ring and will be connected via several earth electrodes. The cable arm will be earthen
through the cable glands. Earthling shall be in conformity with provision of rules 32, 61, 62, 67 & 68 of
Indian Electricity rules 1956 and as per IS-3043. The entire applicable IT infrastructure in the Control
Rooms shall be earthed.

Earthing should be done for the entire power system and provisioning should be there to earth
UPS systems, Power distribution units, and AC units etc. so as to avoid a ground differential. State
shall provide the necessary space required to prepare the earthing pits.

All metallic objects on the premises that are likely to be energized by electric currents should be
effectively grounded.

The connection to the earth or the electrode system should have sufficient low resistance in the
range of 0 to 25 ohm to ensure prompt operation of respective protective devices in event of a
ground fault, to provide the required safety from an electric shock to personnel & protect the
equipment from voltage gradients which are likely to damage the equipment.

Recommended levels for equipment grounding conductors should have very low impedance level
less than 0.25 ohm.

In case of a UPS and Transformer equipment, the Earth resistance shall be automatically
measured on an online basis at a pre-configured interval and corrective action should be initiated
based on the observation. The automatic Earthing measurements should be available on the UPS
panel itself

There should be enough space between data and power cabling and there should not be any cross
wiring of the two, in order to avoid any interference, or corruption of data.

The earth connections shall be properly made.

A complete copper mesh earthing grid needs to be installed for the server farm area, every rack
need to be connected to this earthing grid. A separate earthing pit needs to be in place for this
copper mesh.

Provide separate earthing pits for servers, UPS & generators as per the standards.
5.
Cable Work

Cable ducts should be of such dimension that the cables laid in it do not touch one another. If
found necessary the cable shall be fixed with clamps on the walls of the duct. Cables shall be laid
on the walls/on the trays as required using suitable clamping/ fixing arrangement as required.
Cables shall be neatly arranged on the trays in such manner that a criss-crossing is avoided and
final take off to switch gear is easily facilitated.

All cables will be identified close to their termination point by cable number as per circuit
schedule. Cable numbers will be punched on 2mm thick aluminium strips and securely fastened
to the. In case of control cables all covers shall be identified by their wire numbers by means of
PVC ferrules. For trip circuit identification additional red ferrules are to be used only in the switch
gear / control panels, cables shall be supported so as to prevent appreciable sagging. In general
distance between supports shall not be greater than 600mm for horizontal run and 750mm for
vertical run.

Each section of the rising mains shall be provided with suitable wall straps so that same the can be
mounted on the wall.
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
Whenever the rising mains pass through the floor they shall be provided with a built-in fire proof
barrier so that this barrier restricts the spread of fire through the rising mains from one section to
the other adjacent section.

Neoprene rubber gaskets shall be provided between the covers and channel to satisfy the
operating conditions imposed by temperature weathering, durability etc.

Necessary earthling arrangement shall be made alongside the rising mains enclosure by Mean of a
GI strip of adequate size bolted to each section and shall be earthed at both ends. The rising mains
enclosure shall be bolted type.

The space between data and power cabling should be as per standards and there should not be any
criss-cross wiring of the two, in order to avoid any interference, or corruption of data.
6.
Fire Detection and Control Mechanism
Fire can have disastrous consequences and affect operations of a Control Room. It is required that
there is early-detection of fire for effective functioning of the Control Room.
System Description

The Fire alarm system shall be an automatic 1 ton (e.g. 8) zone single loop addressable fire
detection and alarm system, utilizing conventional detection and alarm sounders.

Detection shall be by means of automatic heat and smoke detectors located throughout the
Control Room (ceiling, false floor and other appropriate areas where fire can take place) with
break glass units on escape routes and exits.
Control and Indicating Component

The control panel shall be a microprocessor based single loop addressable unit, designed and
manufactured to the requirements of EN54 Part 2 for the control and indicating component and
EN54 Part 4 for the internal power supply.

All controls of the system shall be via the control panel only.

The system status shall be made available via panel mounted LEDs and a backlit 8 line x 40character alphanumeric liquid crystal display.

All system controls and programming will be accessed via an alphanumeric keypad. The control
panel will incorporate form fill menu driven fields for data entry and retrieval.

The system will include a detection verification feature. The user shall have the option to action a
time response to a fire condition. This time shall be programmable up to 10 minutes to allow for
investigation of the fire condition before activating alarm outputs. The operation of a manual call
point shall override any verify command.
Manual Controls

Start sounders

Silence sounders

Reset system

Cancel fault buzzer

Display test
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
Delay sounder operation

Verify fire condition

Disable loop
Smoke detectors
Smoke detectors shall be of the optical or ionisation type. Devices shall be compatible with the CIE
conforming to the requirements of EN54 Part 7 and be LPCB approved. The detectors shall have twin
LEDs to indicate the device has operated and shall fit a common addressable base.

Heat detectors

Heat detectors shall be of the fixed temperature (58° C) or rate of temperature rise type with a
fixed temperature operating point.

Devices shall be compatible with the CIE conforming to the requirements of EN54 Part 5 and be
LPCB approved.

The detectors shall have a single LED to indicate the device has operated and shall fit a common
addressable base.
Addressable detector bases

All bases shall be compatible with the type of detector heads fitted and the control system
component used. Each base shall comprise all necessary electronics including a short circuit
isolator.

The device shall be automatically addressed by the CIE on power up of the loop without the need
of the insertion of a pre-programmed EPROM or setting of DIL switches.

Detector bases shall fit onto an industry standard conduit box.
Audible Alarms
Electronic sounders shall be coloured red with adjustable sound outputs and at least 3 sound signals.
The sounders should be suitable for operation with a 24V DC supply providing a sound output of at
least 100dBA at 1 meter and 75 dBA min, for a bed head or sounder base type device. The sounder
frequency shall be in the range of 500Hz to 1000Hz.
Commissioning

7.
The fire detection and alarm system will be programmable and configurable via an alpha numeric
keypad on the control panel.
High Sensitivity Smoke Detection System
General – The HSSD system shall provide an early warning of fire in its incipient stage, analyse the
risk and provide alarm and actions appropriate to the risk. The system shall include, but not be
limited to, a Display Control Panel, Detector Assembly and the properly designed sampling pipe
network. The system component shall be supplied by the manufacturer or by its authorized
distributor.
Regulatory Requirements

National Electrical Code (NEC)
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
Factory Mutual

Local Authority having Jurisdiction
8.
Access Control System
The Access Control System shall be deployed with the objective of allowing entry and exit to and from
the premises to authorized personnel only. The system deployed shall be based on Biometric
Technology. An access control system consisting of a central PC, intelligent controllers, power
supplies and all associated accessories is required to make a fully operational on line access control
system. Access control shall be provided for doors. These doors shall be provided with electric locks,
and shall operate on fail-safe principle. The lock shall remain unlocked in the event of a fire alarm or
in the event of a power failure. The fire alarm supplier shall make potential free contacts available for
releasing the locks in a fire condition especially for staircase and main doors. Entry to the restricted
area shall be by showing a proximity card near the reader and exit shall be using a push button
installed in the secure area. The system shall monitor the status of the doors through magnetic reed
contacts. The system should be designed and implemented to provide following functionality:

Controlled Entries to defined access points

Controlled exits from defined access points

Controlled entries and exits for visitors

Configurable system for user defined access policy for each access point

Record, report and archive each and every activity (permission granted and / or rejected) for each
access point.

User defined reporting and log Formats

Fail safe operation in case of no-power condition and abnormal condition such as fire, theft,
intrusion, loss of access control, etc.

Day, Date, Time and duration based access rights should be user configurable for each access
point and for each user.

One user can have different policy / access rights for different access points.
9.
Rodent Repellent
The entry of Rodents and other unwanted pests shall be controlled using non-chemical, non-toxic
devices. Ultrasonic pest repellents shall be provided in the false flooring and ceiling to repel the pests
without killing them. However periodic pest control using Chemical spray can be done once in 3
months as a contingency measure to effectively fight the pest menace.

Configuration
:
Master console with necessary transducer

Operating Frequency
:
Above 20 KHz (Variable)

Sound Output
:
50 dB to 110 dB (at 1 meter)

Power output
:
800 mW per transducer

Power consumption
:
: 15 W approximately

Power Supply
:
230 V AC 50 Hz
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
Mounting
:
Wall / Table Mounting
10. Camera Lift Unit for Vehicle Mounted Cameras
Bidder should provide the standard design that is suitable for the vehicle to fix the cameras to get the
desired results. The standard design off-shelf is preferred and the priority is given to such design.
Bidder should showcase the demo with the suggested unit to meet the objective of no vibration and
shock requirements as defined in this document.
11. Equipment / Item Standards for Vehicle Mounted Cameras
Any equipment / Items supplied should meet the following standards:

IP66; EN-50155 / 61373, IEC-60571, or equivalent

CE, FCC, RoHS Certified; ONVIF Profile S Compliant; vandal proof

ARI/JASo DO 609-75AN for cabling standards

AIS 052 Standard for Cable for UPS charging
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Part – 3
List of indicative site locations
December 2016
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20. [Part-3] List of indicative site locations
Part 3 is divided into two subsections i.e. first section will provide list of indicative site locations where the proposed cameras are to be installed and second
section will provide list of locations where existing cameras are already installed.
20.1.
List of indicative site locations – Proposed Cameras
Please note that the below list of locations and estimated cameras are indicative only and may change during the detail engineering of the project hence the
successful bidder is expected to consult with the Authority before finalizing the site locations/BoQ.
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District
Mandal/
Taluq
Area
Proposed Location for
Installation
Quantity
Fix
ed
PT
Z
Coordinates
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
1
Ananthapu
ram
Kalyandurg
ATP-KLD Road
Akkamma temple by-pass
1
1
77.123
43
14.563
24
Kalyandurg
2
Ananthapu
ram
Kalyandurg
Paravathi Nagar
Power office
1
1
77.119
14
14.558
74
Kalyandurg
3
Ananthapu
ram
Kalyandurg
Revenue colony
Sai Baba temple
1
1
77.115
49
14.556
89
Kalyandurg
4
Ananthapu
ram
Kalyandurg
T circle area
Old bus stand entrance near NTR
Stature
1
1
77.111
51
14.552
05
Kalyandurg
5
Ananthapu
ram
Kalyandurg
RDT Hospital colony
RDT hospital
1
1
77.108
7
14.559
52
Kalyandurg
6
Ananthapu
ram
Kalyandurg
RDG-KLD road
Rayadurg by-pass ( near Gandhi
statue)
1
1
77.106
34
14.563
53
Kalyandurg
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Mandal/
Taluq
Quantity
Proposed Location for
Installation
Area
Fix
ed
PT
Z
Coordinates
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
7
Ananthapu
ram
Kalyandurg
T circle Colony
Old bus stand exit
1
1
77.110
76
14.551
3
Kalyandurg
8
Ananthapu
ram
Kalyandurg
Kota area
Kota area Junction
1
1
77.109
16
14.549
87
Kalyandurg
9
Ananthapu
ram
Kalyandurg
Valmiki circle
Kollapuramma temple
1
1
77.111
27
14.548
67
Kalyandurg
10
Ananthapu
ram
Kalyandurg
RTC bus stand
RTC bus stand
1
1
77.111
9
14.545
19
Kalyandurg
11
Ananthapu
ram
Kalyandurg
Setturu road junction
Setturu road junction
1
1
77.108
43
14.538
68
Kalyandurg
12
Ananthapu
ram
Kalyandurg
Kambadur junction (near
Eswaramma temple )
Kambadur
junction
Eswaramma temple )
1
1
77.115
2
14.535
77
Kalyandurg
13
Ananthapu
ram
Kalyandurg
Mallapuram junction (
ring road)
Mallapuram junction ( ring road)
1
1
77.115
2
14.535
77
Kalyandurg
14
Ananthapu
ram
Kalyandurg
Kurlapalli Village
Haily B.Ed Collage
2
4
77.130
31
14.493
6
Kalyandurg
15
Ananthapu
ram
Anantapruamu
Prasannaapalli road
Naik Nagar railway gate (entry
point)
4
4
77.594
5
14.056
6
Penukonda
16
Ananthapu
ram
Penukonda
MPDO office
MPDO office
2
2
4
77.596
74
14.093
74
Penukonda
17
Ananthapu
ram
Penukonda
Govt.
Penukonda
Govt. Hospital, Penukonda
4
4
8
77.596
23
14.088
5
Penukonda
Hospital,
(near
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Mandal/
Taluq
Area
Proposed Location for
Installation
Quantity
Coordinates
Fix
ed
PT
Z
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
18
Ananthapu
ram
Penukonda
Madakasira cross road
Madakasira cross road
1
1
2
77.596
09
14.089
2
Penukonda
19
Ananthapu
ram
Penukonda
RDO office
RDO office
1
1
2
77.596
28
14.087
23
Penukonda
20
Ananthapu
ram
Penukonda
MRO office
MRO office
1
1
2
77.596
6
14.086
86
Penukonda
21
Ananthapu
ram
Penukonda
Head post office
Head post office
1
1
2
77.595
96
14.086
68
Penukonda
22
Ananthapu
ram
Penukonda
Ambedkar circle
Ambedkar circle
2
2
4
77.596
6
14.086
52
Penukonda
23
Ananthapu
ram
Penukonda
Dargha circle
Dargha circle
2
2
4
77.597
41
14.084
77
Penukonda
24
Ananthapu
ram
Penukonda
RTC bus stand premises
RTC bus stand premises
3
3
6
77.596
89
14.067
09
Penukonda
25
Ananthapu
ram
Penukonda
Old Vyshali Hotel,
Old Vyshali Hotel,
2
2
4
77.596
92
14.085
27
Penukonda
26
Ananthapu
ram
Penukonda
Jai Krishna Hotel
Jai Krishna Hotel
1
1
2
77.597
12
14.084
73
Penukonda
27
Ananthapu
ram
Penukonda
Cinema theater complex
Cinema theater complex
3
3
6
77.597
43
14.084
73
Penukonda
28
Ananthapu
ram
Penukonda
Uruvakili
Anjineya
swamy temple area
Uruvakili Anjineya swamy temple
area
3
3
6
77.594
94
14.084
78
Penukonda
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Mandal/
Taluq
Proposed Location for
Installation
Area
swamy
Quantity
Coordinates
Nearest APSFL
PoP
Fix
ed
PT
Z
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Venkateswara swamy temple
2
2
4
77.594
83
14.082
64
Penukonda
29
Ananthapu
ram
Penukonda
Venkateswara
temple
30
Ananthapu
ram
Penukonda
Shiridi Sai temple
Shiridi Sai temple
2
2
4
77.594
71
14.081
87
Penukonda
31
Ananthapu
ram
Penukonda
Govt. degree college
Govt. degree college
3
3
6
77.589
72
14.099
19
Penukonda
32
Ananthapu
ram
Penukonda
Govt. Jr. College
Govt. Jr. College
3
3
6
77.596
44
14.087
97
Penukonda
33
Ananthapu
ram
Penukonda
New Vyshali Hotel
New Vyshali Hotel
2
2
4
77.608
46
14.061
72
Penukonda
34
Ananthapu
ram
Penukonda
Sub-Register office
Sub-Register office
2
2
4
77.595
47
14.086
35
Penukonda
35
Ananthapu
ram
Penukonda
Vasista Eng School
Vasista Eng School
2
2
4
77.597
34
14.099
05
Penukonda
36
Ananthapu
ram
Penukonda
Pragathi school,
Pragathi school,
1
1
2
77.594
29
14.085
84
Penukonda
37
Ananthapu
ram
Penukonda
Brilliance Eng School
Brilliance Eng School
1
1
2
77.592
52
14.093
28
Penukonda
38
Ananthapu
ram
Penukonda
Sathyasai College
Sathyasai College
2
2
4
77.598
74
14.092
63
Penukonda
39
Ananthapu
ram
Penukonda
Vivekananda college
Vivekananda college
3
3
6
77.592
71
14.087
52
Penukonda
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District
Mandal/
Taluq
Area
Proposed Location for
Installation
Quantity
Coordinates
Fix
ed
PT
Z
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
40
Ananthapu
ram
Penukonda
SKD Y junction(NH-44
road)
SKD Y junction(NH-44 road)
3
3
6
77.612
68
14.059
57
Penukonda
41
Ananthapu
ram
Penukonda
Siddartha school,
Siddartha school,
1
1
2
77.594
18
14.090
61
Penukonda
42
Ananthapu
ram
Penukonda
Ravinda Bharathi school
Ravinda Bharathi school
1
1
2
77.598
66
14.094
85
Penukonda
43
Ananthapu
ram
Narpala PS
Narpala village
Narpala cross road
4
4
77.796
11
14.711
26
Narpala
44
Ananthapu
ram
Narpala PS
Narpala village
Gandhi circle
4
4
77.791
17
14.711
26
Narpala
45
Ananthapu
ram
Guntakal
Guntakal
NTR Circle
4
5
77.376
06
15.168
04
Guntakal (Amplifier)
46
Ananthapu
ram
Guntakal
Guntakal
Anjuman Circle
3
3
77.374
3
15.168
96
Guntakal (Amplifier)
47
Ananthapu
ram
Guntakal
Guntakal
Railway Station Circle
4
1
5
77.368
33
15.174
96
Guntakal (Amplifier)
48
Ananthapu
ram
Guntakal
Guntakal
R & B Circle
3
1
4
77.369
85
15.166
81
Guntakal (Amplifier)
49
Ananthapu
ram
Anantapruamu
BKS road
BKS cement elec poli
2
2
77.633
8
14.692
2
B.K.Samudram
50
Ananthapu
ram
B.K. Samudram
B.K. Samudram, Town
Near RTC Bus stand
0
0
77.634
39
14.692
56
B.K.Samudram
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Taluq
Quantity
Proposed Location for
Installation
Area
Fix
ed
51
Ananthapu
ram
B.K. Samudram
Siddarampuramu Cross
Naer Siddaramupuramu Arch
52
Ananthapu
ram
Bukkapatnam
Teru Bazar
Wazid kirana
Bukkapatnam
53
Ananthapu
ram
Bukkapatnam
Janakampalli cross
RTC Bus shelter T junction
54
Ananthapu
ram
Bukkapatnam
Near Chodeswari temple
Near Chowdeswari
junction
55
Ananthapu
ram
Puttaparthy
Mandal
Mamillakunta cross
56
Ananthapu
ram
Puttaparthi
Prasanthi
Puttaparthi
57
Ananthapu
ram
Peddapappuru
58
Ananthapu
ram
Amadaguru
59
Ananthapu
ram
60
61
0
Bazar,
Nearest APSFL
PoP
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
0
77.635
85
14.692
1
B.K.Samudram
1
3
4
77.800
54
14.199
93
Bukkapatnam
1
3
4
77.808
86
14.197
12
Bukkapatnam
1
3
4
77.777
44
14.193
89
Kothacheruvu
Petrol bunk
0
1
1
77.759
12
14.158
46
Kothacheruvu
SSS Hospital c) Main Gate
1
1
77.776
89
14.153
28
Kothacheruvu
RTC Bus stand
1
1
2
78.154
44
14.788
09
Kondapuram
Amadaguru village
Bus stand
1
1
2
78.021
13
13.887
42
Amadagur
Amarapuram
Sira cross
Sira cross, Amarapuram village
0
1
1
76.978
3
14.128
05
Amarapuram
Ananthapu
ram
Amarapuram
Bus stand
Bus stand, Amarapuram village
0
1
1
76.980
5
14.123
8
Amarapuram
Ananthapu
ram
Atmakur
Atmakur Village
UP Bus Stop
1
1
77.355
2
14.645
45
Atmakur
Gram,
shop,Teru
PT
Z
Coordinates
temple
Y
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Mandal/
Taluq
Area
Quantity
Proposed Location for
Installation
Coordinates
Fix
ed
PT
Z
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
62
Ananthapu
ram
MANDAL
BATHALAPALLI
Opposite RDT Hospital Bathalapalli
1
1
2
77.772
16
14.513
54
Bathalapalli
63
Ananthapu
ram
MANDAL
BATHALAPALLI
Bathalapalli SBI Bank
NH 42 road covered
1
1
2
77.766
76
14.515
54
Bathalapalli
64
Ananthapu
ram
MANDAL
BATHALAPALLI
Near MRO
Bathalapalli
1
1
2
77.767
84
14.513
54
Bathalapalli
65
Ananthapu
ram
Garladinne
Dam Road, Garladinne
Village and Mandal.
Dam Road, Garladinne Village and
mandal.
0
2
2
77.597
74
14.820
41
Garladinne
66
Ananthapu
ram
Garladinne
On NH-44, near Happy
Dhaba,
Garladinne
Village and Mandal.
On NH-44, near Happy Dhaba,
Garladinne Village and Mandal.
0
2
2
77.598
71
14.809
53
Garladinne
67
Ananthapu
ram
Garladinne
On NH-44, Guddalapalli
Cross,Garladinne
Mandal.
On
NH-44,
Guddalapalli
Cross,Garladinne Mandal.
0
2
2
77.591
46
14.866
12
Garladinne
68
Ananthapu
ram
Garladinne
On NH-44, Talagasipalli
Sanjeeva Reddy Circle,
Kalluru
Village,
Garladinne Mandal.
On NH-44, Talagasipalli Sanjeeva
Reddy Circle, Kalluru Village,
Garladinne Mandal.
0
2
2
77.599
55
14.836
97
Garladinne
69
Ananthapu
ram
Singanamala
Loluru Cross
Jaya Naidu Hotel
2
0
2
77.598
35
14.800
69
Garladinne
70
Ananthapu
ram
Gorantla
Palasamudramu village
Palsamudramu cross
0
5
5
77.679
25
13.963
95
Gorantla
office,
opposite,
02
Way
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Mandal/
Taluq
Area
Quantity
Proposed Location for
Installation
Coordinates
Nearest APSFL
PoP
Fix
ed
PT
Z
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
5
3
77.768
08
13.984
13
Gorantla
3
77.786
05
13.977
94
Gorantla
3
76.840
58
14.547
93
Gummagatta
71
Ananthapu
ram
Gorantla
Main road , Gorantla
Chowdeswari temple
0
72
Ananthapu
ram
Gorantla
Near Kasireddy palli
village, Gorantla mandal
SAPS collage, Kadiri-Gorantla road,
Singireddypalli village.
0
73
Ananthapu
ram
Gummagatta P.S
Kasthuriba Girls School,
BTP
village,
Gummagatta mandal
Kasthuriba Girls School,
0
74
Ananthapu
ram
Itukalapalli PS
Akuthotapalli
Akuthotapalli Cross
0
4
77.638
17
14.618
27
Itikalapalli
75
Ananthapu
ram
Itukalapalli PS
S.V. Puram
In front of S.K.University main
Gate.
0
4
77.646
39
14.609
38
Itikalapalli
76
Ananthapu
ram
Itukalapalli PS
Itukalapalli Village
Near Ananthalakshmi college
0
4
77.657
79
14.598
Itikalapalli
77
Ananthapu
ram
Kadiri Rural PS
Kummaravandlapalli on
SH-34 road
Space Junior collage
0
2
2
78.174
05
14.109
76
Kadiri
78
Ananthapu
ram
Kadiri Rural PS
Near Gatlu on KadiriHindupur SH-34 road
Near Gatlu Beside Bharath Petrol
Bunk
0
2
2
78.121
08
14.105
93
Kadiri
79
Ananthapu
ram
Kadiri Town
Kadiri Town on NH 42
road
SAnjaneyaswamy
Town
0
2
2
78.155
95
14.121
06
Kadiri
80
Ananthapu
ram
Kadiri Town
Kadiri ΓÇô ODC road
Check post
0
2
2
78.149
35
14.109
82
Kadiri
81
Ananthapu
ram
Kadiri Town
On NH 42 road
Tamoto Market
0
2
2
78.162
88
14.100
01
Kadiri
temple,
Kadiri
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Proposed Location for
Installation
Area
Quantity
Coordinates
Nearest APSFL
PoP
Fix
ed
PT
Z
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Railway bridge
0
2
2
78.167
17
14.109
99
Kadiri
Malleswara Swamy Temple
1
1
2
77.233
04
14.351
29
Kambadur
Kasturibua School, Kambadur
1
1
2
77.220
56
14.336
49
Kambadur
82
Ananthapu
ram
Kadiri Town
Rayachoti road
83
Ananthapu
ram
Kambadur
Mandal
Malleswara
Temple
Swamy
84
Ananthapu
ram
Kambadur
Mandal
Kasturibua
Kambadur
School,
85
Ananthapu
ram
Kambadur
mandal
Check
Post
Area,
Kambadur Village
Check Post Area, Kambadur Village
1
1
2
77.226
7
14.342
97
Kambadur
86
Ananthapu
ram
Kanekal
Near SBI and Andra
bank area
Opposite Andhara Bank.
0
1
1
77.074
98
14.804
94
Kanekal
87
Ananthapu
ram
Kanekal
At Garamina
Bank
Near Bassappa temple
0
1
77.075
32
14.805
54
Kanekal
88
Ananthapu
ram
Bommanahal
Darga Honnur village of
Bommanahal Mandal
Vannurswamy Darge (Temple)
0
1
77.074
98
14.804
94
Kanekal
89
Ananthapu
ram
Kuderu Mandal
YSR statue circle area
Opp. To statue of YSR
0
0
77.430
69
14.730
8
Kuderu
90
Ananthapu
ram
Madakasira
Madhugiri Circle
Madhugiri Circle, Madakasira town
0
1
1
77.274
45
13.938
32
Madakasira
91
Ananthapu
ram
Madakasira
NTR Circle
NTR Circle, Madakasira town
0
1
1
77.274
73
13.941
55
Madakasira
92
Ananthapu
ram
Madakasira
Ambedkar Circle
Ambedkar circle
0
1
1
77.275
76
13.938
58
Madakasira
Andra
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Quantity
Coordinates
Fix
ed
PT
Z
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
93
Ananthapu
ram
Madakasira
Valmiki Circle
Valmiki Circle, Madakasira town
0
1
1
77.275
42
13.940
84
Madakasira
94
Ananthapu
ram
Madakasira
Main Bazar
Main Bazar, Madakasira town
0
1
1
77.270
24
13.940
58
Madakasira
95
Ananthapu
ram
Dharmavaram
Dharmavaram town
At Kadirigate Circle, Sivanagar
1
1
2
77.729
13
14.425
12
Market Yard Dmm
96
Ananthapu
ram
Dharmavaram
Dharmavaram town
Thikkaswamy Temple Road Circle
(Facing Eastern Side)
1
1
77.728
38
14.423
45
Market Yard Dmm
97
Ananthapu
ram
Dharmavaram
Dharmavaram town
At Theru Bazar
1
1
77.725
52
14.414
05
Market Yard Dmm
98
Ananthapu
ram
Dharmavaram
Mandal
Gotluru Bus Stand
At Bus Stand, Gotluru
0
1
1
77.739
9
14.452
24
Market Yard Dmm
99
Ananthapu
ram
CK Palli Mandal
Yarrampalli cross
1 Cemara
0
1
1
77.627
09
14.291
95
N.S.Gate
100
Ananthapu
ram
CK Palli Mandal
Babulal Dhaba Cross
1 Cemara
0
1
1
77.627
65
14.279
26
N.S.Gate
101
Ananthapu
ram
CK Palli Mandal
N.S Gate T.Circle
1 Cemara
0
1
1
77.633
15
14.314
25
N.S.Gate
102
Ananthapu
ram
Nallacheruvu
Nallacheruvu Village
Nallacheruvu Bus Stop
0
2
2
78.180
36
13.987
54
Nallacheruvu
103
Ananthapu
ram
Nallacheruvu
Nallacheruvu Village
Old Railway Station,
0
2
2
78.177
98
14.020
95
Nallacheruvu
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104
Ananthapu
ram
NPKunta
NPKunta PS
In front of PS
0
2
2
78.413
85
14.055
7
NP Kunta
105
Ananthapu
ram
NPKunta
Near kottha road cross
Junction
0
4
4
78.426
09
14.052
28
NP Kunta
106
Ananthapu
ram
Nallamada
Nallamada
Nallamada Bus stand
1
0
1
77.983
76
14.141
51
NSG Palli
107
Ananthapu
ram
Nallamada cross
YSR circle
1
0
1
77.990
73
14.140
62
NSG Palli
108
Ananthapu
ram
Pamidi
Pamidi
Eddulapalli circle
0
1
1
77.591
28
14.947
3
Pamidi
109
Ananthapu
ram
Pamidi
Pamidi
Valmiki Circle
0
1
1
77.590
68
14.945
59
Pamidi
110
Ananthapu
ram
Pamidi
Pamidi
Main Bazar
0
1
1
77.590
34
14.944
05
Pamidi
111
Ananthapu
ram
Pamidi
Pamidi
New RTC Bus stand
2
0
2
77.592
41
14.949
16
Pamidi
112
Ananthapu
ram
Pamidi
Pamidi
Near Speed Breakers On NH 44 road
0
1
1
77.597
39
14.946
15
Pamidi
113
Ananthapu
ram
Parigi
Y.S.R Circle, Parigi
village, Hindupur
Y.S.R Circle,Parigi village
0
1
2
77.455
87
13.929
09
Parigi
114
Ananthapu
ram
Parigi
At
near
Bus-stop,
Honnampalli village, on
Hindupur-Madakasira
Road, of Parigi Mandal.
At near Bus-stop, Honnampalli
0
1
2
77.426
39
13.893
18
Parigi
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Ananthapu
ram
Gooty Town
Gooty town
NTR Circle
4
2
2
77.634
52
15.122
Gooty Industrial Park
116
Ananthapu
ram
Gooty Town
Gooty town
Gandhi Circle
0
3
3
77.636
92
15.115
97
Gooty Industrial Park
117
Ananthapu
ram
Gooty Town
Gooty town
Rajiv Gandhi Circle
2
2
77.637
18
15.112
1
Gooty Industrial Park
118
Ananthapu
ram
Putlur
KGBV school, Putlur
-
0
0
77.961
12
14.816
36
Putluru
119
Ananthapu
ram
Kothacheruvu
Near Mamillakunta
In front of SSPN railway station
3
1
4
77.761
9
14.121
14
Puttaparthy
120
Ananthapu
ram
Puttaparthi
Prasanthi
Puttaparthi
Gram,
SSS Hospital a) Beedupalli Circle
0
1
1
77.778
11
14.153
39
Puttaparthy
121
Ananthapu
ram
Puttaparthi
Prasanthi
Puttaparthi
Gram,
SSS Hospital b) Patient Gate
1
0
1
77.778
83
14.151
64
Puttaparthy
122
Ananthapu
ram
Puttaparthi
Puttaparthi Town
Prasanthi Petrol Bunk
0
1
1
77.800
56
14.150
5
Puttaparthy
123
Ananthapu
ram
Puttaparthi
Puttaparthi Town
Police Guest House
2
1
1
77.812
47
14.154
36
Puttaparthy
124
Ananthapu
ram
Puttaparthi
Puttaparthi Town
Eswaramma School (Opp)
1
1
77.812
22
14.160
06
Puttaparthy
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125
Ananthapu
ram
Puttaparthi
Puttaparthi Town
Vidyagiri Arch
1
1
77.812
06
14.163
08
Puttaparthy
126
Ananthapu
ram
Puttaparthi
Puttaparthi Town
SBI
1
1
77.811
36
14.167
33
Puttaparthy
127
Ananthapu
ram
Puttaparthi
Puttaparthi Town
Sai Super Bazar
1
1
77.811
03
14.168
56
Puttaparthy
128
Ananthapu
ram
Puttaparthi
Puttaparthi Town
Municipal Office (Opp)
1
1
77.811
64
14.169
22
Puttaparthy
129
Ananthapu
ram
Puttaparthi
Puttaparthi Town
Karnatakanagepalli Bridge Circle
0
1
77.814
75
14.168
67
Puttaparthy
130
Ananthapu
ram
Puttaparthi
Puttaparthi Town
Harathi Ghat (Pump House)
1
1
77.815
25
14.164
14
Puttaparthy
131
Ananthapu
ram
Puttaparthi
Puttaparthi Town
Hanuman
Road)
1
1
77.813
06
14.165
06
Puttaparthy
132
Ananthapu
ram
Puttaparthi
Puttaparthi Town
Enumalapalli
Temple)
1
1
77.813
28
14.148
31
Puttaparthy
133
Ananthapu
ram
Rayadurg
Rayadurg to Kanekal
Road entrance
Rayadurg to Kanekal Road entrance
4
4
76.854
43
14.696
94
Rayadurg
134
Ananthapu
ram
Rayadurg
YSR Cross
YSR Cross
0
2
2
76.854
43
14.696
94
Rayadurg
135
Ananthapu
ram
Rayadurg
Molkalmur Road
Molkalmur Road
0
2
2
76.847
86
14.697
67
Rayadurg
Hillrock
Circle
(Chithravathi
(Hanuman
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ude
Latitu
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Santhi Nagar
0
2
2
76.850
57
14.712
28
Rayadurg
Near Boddurai of Bellary Road
4
4
76.849
47
14.706
1
Rayadurg
R& B Gust House
4
4
76.857
57
14.695
76
Rayadurg
Tower clock near Visitable Market
0
3
3
76.850
01
14.698
88
Rayadurg
136
Ananthapu
ram
Rayadurg
Santhi Nagar
137
Ananthapu
ram
Rayadurg
Near
Boddurai
Bellary Road
138
Ananthapu
ram
Rayadurg
R& B Gust House
139
Ananthapu
ram
Rayadurg
Tower
clock
Visitable Market
140
Ananthapu
ram
Rayadurg
Molkalmur Check-post
Molkalmur Check-post
0
2
2
76.850
01
14.698
88
Rayadurg
141
Ananthapu
ram
Yadiki
Near Old Police Station,
Yadiki town.
Near Old Police Station
1
1
2
77.884
46
15.050
63
Rayalacheruvu
142
Ananthapu
ram
Yadiki
Near Chenna Kesava
swamy temple, Yadiki
town.
Temple
1
1
2
77.873
32
15.049
81
Rayalacheruvu
143
Ananthapu
ram
Roddam
Bus stand
YSR Circel, Roddam
1
1
77.427
06
14.092
98
Roddam
144
Ananthapu
ram
Roddam
Bus stand
Venkataramana Swamy temple
1
1
77.429
91
14.094
38
Roddam
145
Ananthapu
ram
Roddam
Two ways
MDO office
0
1
1
77.416
02
14.093
58
Roddam
146
Ananthapu
ram
Rolla
IVth road junction
IV th road Junction, Rolla village
0
1
1
77.101
04
13.842
96
Rolla
of
near
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Ananthapu
ram
Settur mandal
AP Model School
Model School Back side, and Hostel
0
2
2
76.974
96
14.441
42
Settur
148
Ananthapu
ram
Settur mandal
K.G.B.V School
Front side of School and Hostel
Back side
0
2
2
76.976
15
14.441
42
Settur
149
Ananthapu
ram
Settur mandal
MRO office
Near MRO Office
0
1
1
76.980
67
14.458
69
Settur
150
Ananthapu
ram
Settur Mandal
Main Bazaar
Near Ramana Hotel
0
1
1
76.981
4
14.450
01
Settur
151
Ananthapu
ram
Singanamala
Maruvakomma cross
Kondaiah Setty hotel
2
2
77.710
33
14.800
11
Singanamala
152
Ananthapu
ram
Somandepalli
Mandal
Somandepalli Town
N.T.R Circle
0
1
1
77.607
9
14.010
8
Somandepalli
153
Ananthapu
ram
Somandepalli
Mandal
Somandepalli Town
YSR Circle
1
0
1
77.608
1
14.017
5
Somandepalli
154
Ananthapu
ram
Somandepalli
Mandal
Somandepalli Town
Ambedkar Circle
2
0
1
77.608
14.011
7
Somandepalli
155
Ananthapu
ram
Somandepalli
Mandal
Somandepalli Town
Kothapalli Cross
0
1
1
77.600
9
14.013
2
Somandepalli
156
Ananthapu
ram
Somandepalli
Mandal
Somandepalli Town
Valmiki Circle
0
1
1
77.61
14.009
7
Somandepalli
157
Ananthapu
ram
Somandepalli
Mandal
Somandepalli Town
Near Anjaneya Swamy Temple
0
1
1
77.609
8
14.006
8
Somandepalli
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Nearest APSFL
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158
Ananthapu
ram
Somandepalli
Mandal
Somandepalli Town
D.L Road Near Dr.Sreedhar Hospital
0
1
1
77.608
6
14.007
7
Somandepalli
159
Ananthapu
ram
Somandepalli
Mandal
Somandepalli Town
Near Grampanchayath office
0
1
1
77.608
9
14.010
1
Somandepalli
160
Ananthapu
ram
Somandepalli
Mandal
Somandepalli Town
MRO office
1
0
1
77.609
2
14.015
6
Somandepalli
161
Ananthapu
ram
Somandepalli
Mandal
Somandepalli Town
Near Papireddypalli
Hostel
0
1
1
77.631
14.004
6
Somandepalli
162
Ananthapu
ram
Tadimarri
Tadimarri
Bus stop
0
1
1
77.858
87
14.561
51
Tadimari
163
Ananthapu
ram
Tadimarri
Tadimarri
Petrol Bunk
0
1
1
77.865
71
14.563
11
Tadimari
164
Ananthapu
ram
Tadimarri
Dadithota
Bus stop
0
1
1
77.876
34
14.571
32
Tadimari
165
Ananthapu
ram
Tadipatri Town
Tadipatri Town
Near Govt Hospital
1
1
2
78.005
11
14.910
23
Tadipatri
166
Ananthapu
ram
Tadipatri Town
Tadipatri Town
Near Tadipatri Samachar Office
0
2
2
77.999
26
14.909
76
Tadipatri
167
Ananthapu
ram
Tadipatri Town
Tadipatri Town
Near new Municipal Office
0
2
2
77.997
11
14.905
31
Tadipatri
168
Ananthapu
ram
Tadipatri Town
Tadipatri Town
Near Court
0
2
2
77.995
85
14.909
48
Tadipatri
Kasthuribha
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de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
169
Ananthapu
ram
Tadipatri Town
Tadipatri Town
Railway station road , On CB Road
0
3
3
77.983
55
14.908
73
Tadipatri
170
Ananthapu
ram
Tadipatri Town
Tadipatri Town
Near Railway station
0
2
2
77.977
69
14.908
68
Tadipatri
171
Ananthapu
ram
Tadipatri Town
Tadipatri Town
New Penna Bridge bypass circle
0
3
3
78.001
39
14.912
66
Tadipatri
172
Ananthapu
ram
Tadipatri Town
Tadipatri Town
Near Andhara Bank
0
2
2
78.004
73
14.913
13
Tadipatri
173
Ananthapu
ram
Tadipatri Town
Tadipatri Town
Ammavarisala Cross
0
2
2
78.007
51
14.913
03
Tadipatri
174
Ananthapu
ram
Tadipatri Town
Tadipatri Town
Sanjeev Nagar zero road way to
Gayathri Temple
0
3
3
78.005
61
14.904
89
Tadipatri
175
Ananthapu
ram
Tadipatri Town
Tadipatri Town
Near Siridi Sai baba temple, Pappur
Road
0
2
2
77.983
28
14.911
59
Tadipatri
176
Ananthapu
ram
Kadiri Rural PS
Talupula
Petrol Bunk
0
2
2
78.241
62
14.245
71
Talupula
177
Ananthapu
ram
Kadiri Rural PS
Talupula
Bus stand
1
2
3
78.259
13
14.241
16
Talupula
178
Ananthapu
ram
Tanakal
Tanakal Bus stop
Near Ambedkar circle and Eethodu
road
0
2
2
78.193
86
13.920
08
Tanakallu
179
Ananthapu
ram
Uravakonda
UKD Town
Kanekal Crass
0
4
4
77.254
96
14.947
12
Uravakonda
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Nearest APSFL
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180
Ananthapu
ram
Uravakonda
UKD Town
Janda Veedhi
0
2
2
77.254
49
14.948
28
Uravakonda
181
Ananthapu
ram
Uravakonda
UKD Town
CVV Nagar
0
2
2
77.261
13
14.939
9
Uravakonda
182
Ananthapu
ram
Uravakonda
UKD Town
Old SBI area
0
2
2
77.255
77
14.942
89
Uravakonda
183
Ananthapu
ram
Uravakonda
UKD Town
Near Veankateswara Theater
0
2
2
77.254
97
14.947
12
Uravakonda
184
Ananthapu
ram
Uravakonda
UKD Town
Near Gavimatam area
0
2
2
77.260
36
14.941
53
Uravakonda
185
Ananthapu
ram
Uravakonda
UKD Town
Jainabi durga area
0
2
2
77.260
57
14.947
75
Uravakonda
186
Ananthapu
ram
Vajrakarur
Mandal
Vajrakarur Sri Sai Baba
Temple
Vajrakarur Sri Sai Baba Temple
0
6
6
77.380
81
15.023
07
Vajrakarur
187
Ananthapu
ram
Beluguppa
Mandal
Beluguppa Village
YSR Statue bus stop
2
2
77.134
78
14.714
8
Beluguppa
188
Ananthapu
ram
Beluguppa
mandal
Beluguppa Village
NTR Statue ,Thashildar office
2
2
77.134
69
14.714
94
Beluguppa
189
Ananthapu
ram
Beluguppa
mandal
Beluguppa village
Main circle
2
2
77.134
63
14.714
94
Beluguppa
190
Ananthapu
ram
Agali
Bus stand circle
Bus stand circle, Agali village
0
1
77.054
1
13.785
05
Agali
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Ananthapu
ram
192
Ananthapu
ram
193
Ananthapu
ram
194
PT
Z
Coordinates
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
O.D.Cheruvu,
On
Kadiri- Hindupur road
Bus-stand
1
1
78.000
3
14.025
49
O.D.Cheruvu
O.D.Cheruvu
Reception counter, Police station,
O.D.Cheruvu
1
1
77.995
14.022
63
O.D.Cheruvu
Chilamathur
mandal
Tekulodu cross
On Chilamathaur
road
0
2
2
77.674
4
13.832
37
Chilamathur
Ananthapu
ram
Lepakshi
MRO Office, Lepakshi
Opp. MRO Office
0
1
1
77.703
47
13.840
2
Chilamathur
195
Ananthapu
ram
Lepakshi
Veerabadra
Swamy
Temple Arch, Lepakshi
Opp. VBS Temple. Arch
0
1
1
77.600
42
13.805
58
Lepakshi
196
Ananthapu
ram
Vidapanakal
Kottakota village cross
road Vidapanakal
Kottakota
village
Vidapanakal
0
2
2
77.184
54
15.569
73
197
Ananthapu
ram
Kundurpi
Kundurpi main road
Syndicate bank main
1
1
77.035
75
17.290
89
198
Ananthapu
ram
Guntakal
Guntakal
Masthanaiah Darga
2
2
77.380
89
16.507
41
199
Ananthapu
ram
Yellanur
Yellanur
Kasthurba School Yellanur Village
and Mandal
0
2
78.084
44
14.728
09
Pottipadu
200
Ananthapu
ram
Anantapruamu
Neeruganti street
Ganga, Gowri cirlce
2
2
77.602
3
14.683
1
Arts College
201
Ananthapu
ram
Anantapruamu
Kamalanagar
Police guest house
2
2
77.597
14.682
1
Arts College
O.D.Cheruvu
to
Hindhupur
cross
road
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al
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ude
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de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
202
Ananthapu
ram
Anantapruamu
Kamalangar
DEO office, Kamala nagar
2
2
77.601
4
14.679
6
Arts College
203
Ananthapu
ram
Anantapruamu
Sapthagiri circle
Municipal office
2
2
77.602
1
14.677
Arts College
204
Ananthapu
ram
Anantapruamu
3rd road
PRK Junior College, 3rd road, near
GRK Function hall
3
3
77.593
2
14.690
1
Arts College
205
Ananthapu
ram
Anantapruamu
Tower clock
MRO office, RDO office area, near
Clock Tower entry, Exit points and
PTC bridge to Clock Tower
6
6
77.593
3
14.681
4
Arts College
206
Ananthapu
ram
Anantapruamu
3rd road
Auto stand, 3rd road 4th cross
3
3
77.591
14.685
2
Arts College
207
Ananthapu
ram
Anantapruamu
3rd road
Chandini masjid in front of PTC
1
1
77.589
4
14.683
3
Arts College
208
Ananthapu
ram
Anantapruamu
Near PTC flyover
Arts college hostel
2
2
77.593
8
14.681
9
Arts College
209
Ananthapu
ram
Anantapruamu
Subash road
Chandini Chowk
4
4
77.6
14.678
8
Arts College
210
Ananthapu
ram
Anantapruamu
Subash road
Infront of PTC
2
2
77.589
3
14.683
2
Arts College
211
Ananthapu
ram
Anantapruamu
2nd road
Mithra hotel
4
4
77.594
3
14.689
6
Arts College
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PT
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Coordinates
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
212
Ananthapu
ram
Anantapruamu
Revenue colony
Yerranela Kottala Junction
3
3
77.599
5
14.683
9
Arts College
213
Ananthapu
ram
Anantapruamu
Rani nagar
Rani Nagar Cross
3
3
77.609
1
14.683
Arts College
214
Ananthapu
ram
Anantapruamu
Venugopal Nagar
Kranthi Hospital
4
4
77.601
2
14.687
8
Arts College
215
Ananthapu
ram
Anantapruamu
4th road, besides More
GR Function hall,4 th road (entry
point)
4
4
77.590
9
14.690
8
Arts College
216
Ananthapu
ram
Anantapuramu
town PS
I
Rani Nagar
Near Meena Mosque
3
3
77.609
58
14.683
22
Arts College
217
Ananthapu
ram
Anantapuramu
town PS
I
Venugopal Nagar
Parvathamma Hotel Circle
2
2
77.607
56
14.684
52
Arts College
218
Ananthapu
ram
Anantapuramu
town PS
I
Venugopal Nagar
Shanti Nursing Home circle, 80 feet
road
3
3
77.601
26
14.687
6
Arts College
219
Ananthapu
ram
Anantapuramu
town PS
I
Khaja Nagar
Near Naryan E- Techno School
2
2
77.601
48
14.685
85
Arts College
220
Ananthapu
ram
Anantapuramu
town PS
I
Neeruganti Street,
Oxford School, Near Big C Road,
2
2
77.603
87
14.682
29
Arts College
221
Ananthapu
ram
Anantapuramu
town PS
I
Khaja Nagar
Ganga Gowri circle
2
2
77.602
24
14.683
19
Arts College
222
Ananthapu
ram
Anantapuramu
town PS
I
Neeruganti Street,
Mabu Subahani Janda Katta, Near
Venkateswara Theatre,
2
2
77.605
01
14.682
69
Arts College
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Ananthapu
ram
Anantapuramu
town PS
I
224
Ananthapu
ram
Anantapuramu
town PS
I
225
Ananthapu
ram
Anantapuramu
town PS
I
226
Ananthapu
ram
Anantapuramu
town PS
I
227
Ananthapu
ram
Anantapuramu
town PS
I
228
Ananthapu
ram
229
PT
Z
Coordinates
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
Tower Clock
Govindu Reddy Petrol Bunk
2
2
77.597
24
14.680
73
Arts College
Kamala Nagar
Police Guest House
2
2
77.597
06
14.682
25
Arts College
Towards Sapthagiri Circle, Opp:
R.K.Colour Lab,
1
1
77.598
04
14.680
21
Arts College
Kamala Nagar,
Near DCMS office
2
2
77.598
31
14.682
66
Arts College
, Raju Road
Bride Store, Wheel Aliment Shop
2
2
77.601
68
14.679
76
Arts College
ATP III TOWN
PS
Opp.PTC
Opposite
ATP
0
0
77.592
47
14.682
26
Arts College
Ananthapu
ram
ATP III TOWN
PS
Mithra circle
2nd road
0
0
77.594
36
14.689
69
Arts College
230
Ananthapu
ram
ATP III TOWN
PS
NTR Circle
Near Arts College
0
0
77.596
61
14.684
08
Arts College
231
Ananthapu
ram
ATP IV town PS
PTC East gate
PTC turning
3
3
77.592
3
14.681
32
Arts College
232
Ananthapu
ram
Tadipatri
Tadipatri Mandal
Sajjaladinne Crass
0
1
1
78.014
48
14.927
07
Avt Palli
233
Ananthapu
ram
Tadipatri
Tadipatri Mandal
Bugga crass
1
1
2
78.017
81
15.009
14
Bugga
Kamala
Cross,
Nagar,
1st
PTC Masjid, 4th road,
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PoP
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
1
77.715
8
14.409
52
Chennakesavapuram
2
77.711
08
14.407
46
Chennakesavapuram
1
77.706
47
14.396
56
Chennakesavapuram
234
Ananthapu
ram
Dharmavaram
Dharmavaram town
RTC Bus Stand Circle -
0
235
Ananthapu
ram
Dharmavaram
Dharmavaram town
At Sai Baba temple Arch Gate
(facing Northern side)
1
236
Ananthapu
ram
Dharmavaram
Dharmavaram town
ΓÇ£YΓÇ¥ Junction
0
237
Ananthapu
ram
Dharmavaram
Mandal
Regatipalli Village
In front of the school entrance
0
1
1
77.676
85
14.401
34
Chennakesavapuram
238
Ananthapu
ram
Gandlapenta
Rekkamanu village
Rekkamanu Cross
0
3
3
78.314
65
14.093
35
Gajulavari Palli
239
Ananthapu
ram
Kalyandurg
Mandal
Borampalli Village
Govt polytechnic Collage
2
3
5
77.174
59
14.586
7
Gangavaram
240
Ananthapu
ram
Kalyandurg
Mandal
Pathacheruvu Village
Anjineyaswamy Temple
2
2
77.195
74
14.593
86
Gangavaram
241
Ananthapu
ram
Bramhasamudra
m Mandal
Ranganatha
swamy
temple at Vepulaparthi
village
In front of Temple
0
1
1
76.531
38
14.335
54
242
Ananthapu
ram
Bommanahal
Govindawada cross
Govindawada cross
0
1
1
77.060
95
14.952
44
Govindawada
243
Ananthapu
ram
Mudigubba
Pamudurthy
Mudigubba
Pamudurthy cross
1
1
77.593
81
14.216
05
Gutturu
244
Ananthapu
ram
On NH-42 road, Mudigubba
1
1
77.595
11
14.205
71
Gutturu
Syndicate bank
cross,
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al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
245
Ananthapu
ram
HP Petrol bunk
On NH-42 road, Mudigubba
1
1
77.595
99
14.205
01
Gutturu
246
Ananthapu
ram
Railway station
Railway station, Mudigubba
1
1
77.594
21
14.210
04
Gutturu
247
Ananthapu
ram
Old town, Mudigubba
Peddamma temple
1
1
77.592
7
14.204
5
Gutturu
248
Ananthapu
ram
Rapthadu PS
Raminepalli
Ramineaplli Bus stop
1
1
77.619
9
14.576
81
Hampapuram
249
Ananthapu
ram
Rapthadu PS
Hampapuramu
Hampapuramu
1
1
77.623
97
14.555
64
Hampapuram
250
Ananthapu
ram
CK Palli Mandal
Nyamaddala Cross
1 Cemara
0
1
77.626
56
14.270
97
Hariyancheruvu
251
Ananthapu
ram
Anantapruamu
Silparamam NH.44
National Park and Shilpa Ramam
covering out view
4
4
77.602
2
14.712
2
HLC Colony
252
Ananthapu
ram
Anantapruamu
Somaladoddi.NH.44
Somuladoddi Junction
5
5
77.604
4
14.725
2
HLC Colony
253
Ananthapu
ram
Anantapruamu
4nd road
Santhi nagar junction
4
4
77.591
3
14.693
2
HLC Colony
254
Ananthapu
ram
Anantapruamu
Ramachandra nagar
Metro Apartment, Andhra Bank,
ATM, TTD to Tapovanam road
circle.
2
2
77.596
6
14.691
7
HLC Colony
255
Ananthapu
ram
ATP III TOWN
PS
Shanthi Nagar, ATP
IV road extension
0
0
77.591
39
14.693
16
HLC Colony
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al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
256
Ananthapu
ram
ATP III TOWN
PS
HLC Colony
HLC colony areas
0
0
77.598
2
14.697
12
HLC Colony
257
Ananthapu
ram
ATP RURAL
Somuladoddi
Juvenile justice Board
0
2
77.604
56
14.725
19
HLC Colony
258
Ananthapu
ram
Gudibanda
Jambulabanda cross
Jambulabanda cross, Jambulabanda
village
0
1
77.155
66
13.984
78
Jammalabanda
259
Ananthapu
ram
Anantapruamu
NH.44
Naik Nagar Cross road, NH 44 road
(PKD 68, CDP-181, BGL-208
Board) Entry Point
4
4
77.586
9
14.636
6
Kakkalapalli
260
Ananthapu
ram
Anantapruamu
Sakshi office, NH.44
Kakkalapalli cross road
3
3
77.581
14.653
3
Kakkalapalli
261
Ananthapu
ram
Anantapruamu
Alamuru road,
PVVK Collage ΓÇô Kattakindapalli
cross, alamuru Road
4
4
77.566
4
14.659
9
Kakkalapalli
262
Ananthapu
ram
Anantapruamu
NH.44 road
Raptadu tri road Junction
3
3
77.605
2
14.613
6
Kakkalapalli
263
Ananthapu
ram
Rapthadu PS
Rapthadu
Rapthadu ΓÇ£YΓÇÖ junction
1
1
77.605
74
14.616
48
Kakkalapalli
264
Ananthapu
ram
Rapthadu PS
Rapthadu
Rapthadu Buss top
1
1
2
77.605
87
14.617
37
Kakkalapalli
265
Ananthapu
ram
Rapthadu PS
Ahoka lay land
Ashoka lay Land
1
1
2
77.586
95
14.635
88
Kakkalapalli
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ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
Garladinne
On NH-44, Illuru Cross,
Kalluru
Village,
Garladinne Mandal.
On NH-44, Illuru Cross, Kalluru
Village, Garladinne Mandal.
0
2
2
77.590
78
14.921
93
Kallur
267
Ananthapu
ram
Garladinne
On NH-44, Ambedkar
Circle,
kalluru
Village,Garladinne
Mandal.
On NH-44, Ambedkar Circle,
kalluru Village,Garladinne Mandal.
0
2
2
77.584
86
14.920
95
Kallur
268
Ananthapu
ram
Garladinne
Sanjeeva Reddy Circle,
Kalluru
Village,
Garladinne Mandal.
Sanjeeva Reddy Circle, Kalluru
Village, Garladinne Mandal.
0
2
2
77.585
23
14.923
8
Kallur
269
Ananthapu
ram
Chilamathur
Mandal
Koduru thopu
On kopduru thopu to Gorentla road
0
2
2
77.721
37
13.870
49
Kodikonda
270
Ananthapu
ram
Tanakal
Kokkanti cross
Amadagur road
0
2
2
78.217
5
13.880
36
Kokanti Cross
271
Ananthapu
ram
Yadiki
Rayalacheruvu
Petrol bunk
1
1
2
77.822
31
15.050
71
Kristipadu
272
Ananthapu
ram
Yadiki
Rayalacheruvu
Chandana gate
1
1
2
77.813
59
15.059
7
Kristipadu
273
Ananthapu
ram
Kadiri Town
Kadiri Town on NH 42
road
Kutagulla village, Kadiri Town
0
3
3
78.151
22
14.144
6
Kutagulla
274
Ananthapu
ram
MANDAL
BATHALAPALLI
Malyavantam SH road covered
1
1
2
77.779
43
14.563
51
Lingareddy Pally
275
Ananthapu
ram
Rapthadu PS
Maruru
Maruru Bus stop
0
1
77.631
26
14.488
62
M.Cherlopalli
266
Ananthapu
ram
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Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
1
1
77.669
8
14.434
8
Mamillapalli
1
77.628
57
14.437
65
Mamillapalli
276
Ananthapu
ram
Dharmavaram
Mandal
Kunuthuru Village
At Main raod, at YSR statue
0
277
Ananthapu
ram
Kanaganapalli
Mamillapalli
Mamillapalli junction
0
278
Ananthapu
ram
Hindupur
PS
Rural
Manesamudram
Stand
Manesamudram Bus Stand
0
3
3
77.524
77
13.881
74
Manesamudram
279
Ananthapu
ram
Hindupur
PS
Rural
BITS Collage
BITS Collage
0
2
2
77.543
76
13.865
53
Manesamudram
280
Ananthapu
ram
Peddavaduguru
Miduturu
On NH-44 Road miduturu Bridge
0
1
1
77.619
55
15.018
6
Miduthuru
281
Ananthapu
ram
Madakasira
YSR Circle
YSR Circle, Madakasira town
0
1
1
77.266
12
13.937
84
Neelakantapuram
282
Ananthapu
ram
Vidapanakal
Palthur
APG Bank of Palthur Branch
1
2
3
77.147
1
14.973
Palthuru
283
Ananthapu
ram
Vidapanakal
Palthur
Bus stop of Palthur village
1
1
2
77.147
14
14.974
1
Palthuru
284
Ananthapu
ram
Vidapanakal
Palthur
Havaligi Bus stop of Palthur village
1
1
2
77.146
8
14.975
6
Palthuru
285
Ananthapu
ram
Vidapanakal
Syndicate
Bank
Vidapanakal Village and
Mandal.
Near Syndicate Bank Vidapanakal
Village and Mandal.
0
1
1
77.184
16
15.056
77
Palthuru
Bus
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Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
1
1
77.142
8
15.102
39
Palthuru
Vidapanakal
Model
School
near
Andhra State Border
Near NH-42 AnantapurBellary Road.
Model School near Andhra State
Border Near NH-42 AnantapurBellary Road.
0
Ananthapu
ram
Roddam
Four ways
P.Roppala
1
1
77.437
75
14.007
79
Peddamanthur
288
Ananthapu
ram
Singanamala
Nayanapalli cross
In front of Syndicate Bank
2
2
77.801
04
14.797
03
Peravali
289
Ananthapu
ram
Gooty mandal
Gooty RS
Near Railway Arch,
1
1
77.623
99
15.143
09
Puligutta
290
Ananthapu
ram
Dharmavaram
Dharmavaram town
Anjuman Circle
(Facing Theru
Bazar Street- Facing Eastern side)
0
1
77.722
75
14.414
21
Ramnagar DMM
291
Ananthapu
ram
Dharmavaram
Dharmavaram town
Anjuman Cicrle (main Circle)
1
1
77.722
28
14.414
11
Ramnagar DMM
292
Ananthapu
ram
Dharmavaram
Dharmavaram town
I.N.G. Vysya Bank (Facing Southern
Side )
0
1
77.721
79
14.413
67
Ramnagar DMM
293
Ananthapu
ram
Dharmavaram
Dharmavaram town
Near Panduranga Swamy Temple
(facing Anjuman Circle Side)
1
1
77.720
21
14.414
6
Ramnagar DMM
294
Ananthapu
ram
Dharmavaram
Dharmavaram town
Near BR Lodge (facing
Side)
0
1
77.720
21
14.414
6
Ramnagar DMM
295
Ananthapu
ram
Dharmavaram
Dharmavaram town
Gandhi Nagar Circle
1
77.719
94
14.416
64
Ramnagar DMM
286
Ananthapu
ram
287
Southern
1
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PoP
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
1
77.718
35
14.412
08
Ramnagar DMM
1
77.721
02
14.412
8
Ramnagar DMM
1
77.715
44
14.422
74
Ramnagar DMM
296
Ananthapu
ram
Dharmavaram
Dharmavaram town
Collage Circle (Vasavi Circle)
1
297
Ananthapu
ram
Dharmavaram
Dharmavaram town
Near Old Municipal Office, Opp:
Govt. Hospital
0
298
Ananthapu
ram
Dharmavaram
Dharmavaram town
Kothapeta Circle
1
299
Ananthapu
ram
Dharmavaram
Dharmavaram town
Fly Over Bridge (Starting Point)
0
1
1
77.716
48
14.412
58
Ramnagar DMM
300
Ananthapu
ram
Dharmavaram
Dharmavaram town
Fly Over Bridge (Ending Point)
0
1
1
77.712
12
14.414
11
Ramnagar DMM
301
Ananthapu
ram
Hindupur
Town
Hindupur
Rahamathpur Circle
0
4
4
77.225
4
13.497
302
Ananthapu
ram
Anantapruamu
Pilli Gundla colony KLD
road
Saint
Annas
Junior
Pilligundla colony,
2
2
77.559
2
14.683
1
Rudrampeta
303
Ananthapu
ram
Anantapruamu
Service road near Ravi
petrol bunk
Ravi Petrol Bunk
2
2
77.582
4
14.678
2
Rudrampeta
304
Ananthapu
ram
Anantapruamu
KLD road
Peddamma Temple, KLD road Entry
point
2
2
77.575
9
14.683
5
Rudrampeta
305
Ananthapu
ram
Anantapruamu
KLD road
Raja Hotel
4
4
77.581
3
14.683
7
Rudrampeta
306
Ananthapu
ram
-do-
Kalyandurg road
OVR colony petrol bunk
2
2
77.559
25
14.683
14
Rudrampeta
II
College,
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Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
307
Ananthapu
ram
ATP RURAL
Rachanapalli
Roots Public School
0
5
5
77.552
85
14.701
92
Rudrampeta
308
Ananthapu
ram
ATP RUAL
Rachanapalli
TATA Motor show room
0
5
5
77.548
04
14.703
02
Rudrampeta
309
Ananthapu
ram
Kanekal
At Ambapuram gate
Near YSR statue
1
1
76.991
46
14.871
22
S.R.Gatta
310
Ananthapu
ram
Bommanahal
Uddehal village
of
Bommanahal Mandal
Main road
0
1
1
76.974
23
14.943
85
S.R.Gatta
311
Ananthapu
ram
Bommanahal
L.B. Nagar T Juction.
L.B. Nagar To Godisalapalli road
T Juncion,
0
1
1
76.983
73
14.893
87
S.R.Gatta
312
Ananthapu
ram
Tadipatri Town
Tadipatri Town
Near Sivalayam Junction
0
3
3
78.010
04
14.916
3
Sajjaladinne
313
Ananthapu
ram
Tadipatri
Tadipatri Mandal
Chukkaluru Crass
0
1
1
77.993
04
14.931
27
Sajjaladinne
314
Ananthapu
ram
Hindupur
PS
Rural
Vinayaka Nagar
Vinayaka Nagar
0
2
2
77.489
36
13.773
22
Sugur
315
Ananthapu
ram
Hindupur
PS
Rural
Auto Nagar Junction
Auto Nagar Junction
0
3
3
77.488
89
13.792
95
Sugur
316
Ananthapu
ram
Hindupur
PS
Rural
Layola Collage
Layola Collage
0
3
3
77.503
5
13.786
22
Sugur
317
Ananthapu
ram
Hindupur
Town
II
Hindupur
Opp Railway Station, Rahamathpur
0
2
2
77.499
81
13.818
82
Sugur
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Ananthapu
ram
Hindupur
Town
II
319
Ananthapu
ram
Hindupur
Town
II
320
Ananthapu
ram
Hindupur
Town
II
321
Ananthapu
ram
Hindupur
Town
II
322
Ananthapu
ram
Hindupur
Town
II
323
Ananthapu
ram
Hindupur
Town
II
324
Ananthapu
ram
325
Quantity
Proposed Location for
Installation
Coordinates
Fix
ed
PT
Z
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
Hindupur
D.R. Colony Cross Road, Lepakshi
Road
0
2
2
77.504
4
13.816
97
Sugur
Hindupur
Lakshmipuram, Opp Railway Station
0
2
2
77.502
78
13.811
5
Sugur
Hindupur
II Town PS Circle
0
3
3
77.490
76
13.825
15
Sugur
Hindupur
Valmiki Circle (East, West, South)
0
3
3
77.488
85
13.821
47
Sugur
Hindupur
Model Colony ( Near Park, Main
Road, Auto stand)
0
2
2
77.500
81
13.811
5
Sugur
Hindupur
Sreekantapuram, Auto stand circle (
Pulamathi
Road)(HUP
Road)(Lepakshi Road)
0
3
3
77.496
45
13.818
07
Sugur
Tadipatri Town
Tadipatri Town
Sree Rama
Road,
2
2
78.015
56
14.911
93
Tadipatri - 2
Ananthapu
ram
Tadipatri Town
Tadipatri Town
NTR Circle near Vijaya Bar,
road
326
Ananthapu
ram
Tadipatri Town
Tadipatri Town
Near Gandhi Katta
327
Ananthapu
ram
Tadipatri Town
Tadipatri Town
Near Chinthala
Swmay circle
328
Ananthapu
ram
Tadipatri Town
Tadipatri Town
Tailors colony Junction Janda Katta
Temple,
Nandayala
Venkata
CB
Raman
0
2
2
78.012
83
14.907
9
Tadipatri - 2
0
2
2
78.010
28
14.912
48
Tadipatri - 2
0
3
3
78.010
51
14.911
64
Tadipatri - 2
1
2
3
78.008
7
14.904
33
Tadipatri - 2
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Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
329
Ananthapu
ram
Tadipatri Town
Tadipatri Town
Yallanur Road, near Vijaya Lakshmi
theater junction
0
3
3
78.011
48
14.906
38
Tadipatri - 2
330
Ananthapu
ram
Tadipatri Town
Tadipatri Town
Near Pappulabatti yellaur Road
0
2
2
78.012
81
14.897
3
Tadipatri - 2
331
Ananthapu
ram
Tadipatri Town
Tadipatri Town
APSRTC Bus stand entrance
1
1
2
78.015
34
14.907
24
Tadipatri - 2
332
Ananthapu
ram
Tadipatri rural
Tadipatri Mandal
In front of Police station
0
1
1
78.020
01
14.904
51
Tadipatri - 2
333
Ananthapu
ram
Tadipatri
Tadipatri Mandal
Iswarya Villas
0
1
1
78.022
8
14.901
84
Tadipatri - 2
334
Ananthapu
ram
Tadipatri
Tadipatri Mandal
Yallanur road after railway track
0
1
1
78.014
61
14.887
69
Tadipatri - 2
335
Ananthapu
ram
Singanamala
Tarimela
Rangaiah hotel, Opp. Whine shop
1
1
77.655
02
14.924
94
Tarimala
336
Ananthapu
ram
Singanamala
Kallumadi
Sudakar hotel
1
1
77.639
94
14.899
23
Tarimala
337
Ananthapu
ram
Anantapruamu
NH.44 road
Pamurai NH-44 road (entry point)
2
2
77.605
1
14.736
5
Thaticherla
338
Ananthapu
ram
B.K. Samudram
On NH 44 Road
Vadiyampeta Circe.
0
0
77.604
9
14.737
56
Thaticherla
339
Ananthapu
ram
Kambadur
mandal
APSWR School (Girls),
Thimmapuram village
2
77.185
45
14.377
3
Thimmapuram
APSWR
School
Thimmapuram village
(Girls),
1
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Ananthapu
ram
Hindupur
PS
Rural
341
Ananthapu
ram
Hindupur
PS
Rural
342
Ananthapu
ram
Hindupur
PS
Rural
343
Ananthapu
ram
Hindupur
PS
Rural
344
Ananthapu
ram
Hindupur
Town
II
345
Ananthapu
ram
Hindupur
Town
II
346
Ananthapu
ram
347
Proposed Location for
Installation
Quantity
Coordinates
Fix
ed
PT
Z
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
Gollapuram Circle
Gollapuram Circle
0
3
3
77.497
92
13.722
47
Thumukunta
SBI Circle
SBI Circle
0
3
3
77.498
37
13.724
89
Thumukunta
Santhebidanur gate
Santhebidanur gate
0
3
3
77.498
95
13.732
28
Thumukunta
Kirikera Gate
Kirikera Gate
0
4
4
77.490
8
13.764
57
Thumukunta
Hindupur
Kasturi Bai Hostel
0
1
1
77.294
1
13.485
Hindupur
Maruthi Lay out, Bangalore road
0
1
1
77.291
9
13.484
8
Roddam
Four ways
L.G.B Nagar
1
1
77.519
81
14.088
02
Thurukalapatnam
Ananthapu
ram
Nallacheruvu
Jogannapeta Village
Railway Gate
0
2
2
78.171
98
14.050
25
Ubicherla
348
Ananthapu
ram
ATP RURAL
Kurugunta
Divya Nursing Hostel
0
2
2
77.518
93
14.683
2
Vaddulapalli
349
Ananthapu
ram
ATP RURAL
Kurugunta
APSRWS School and College
0
4
4
77.513
91
14.681
83
Vaddulapalli
350
Ananthapu
ram
Penukonda
Haripuram Y junction
(NH-44 road)
Haripuram Y junction (NH-44 road)
3
3
6
77.603
66
14.140
02
Venkatareddypalli
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Coordinates
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
351
Ananthapu
ram
Beluguppa
mandal
Ramasagram village
Budigumma Anjinaya swamy temple
2
2
77.274
35
14.728
45
Y.Rampuram
352
Ananthapu
ram
Beluguppa
Mandal
Gundlapalli Village
Gundlapalli Cross
4
4
77.050
82
14.704
44
Bramhanapalli
353
Ananthapu
ram
Vidapanakal
Gadekal Bus stop at
Gadekal village
Gadekal Bus stop at Gadekal village
0
2
2
77.244
82
15.117
31
Chabala
354
Ananthapu
ram
Guntakal
Guntakal
Beerappa Circle
4
1
5
77.379
18
15.156
62
Guntakal
Yard
Market
355
Ananthapu
ram
Guntakal
Guntakal
RTC In Gate (opposite)
2
1
3
77.378
92
15.161
43
Guntakal
Yard
Market
356
Ananthapu
ram
Guntakal
Guntakal
Lepakshi Circle
3
1
4
77.377
53
15.164
19
Guntakal
Yard
Market
357
Ananthapu
ram
Guntakal
Guntakal
KLR Rao Cool Drink Circle
3
3
77.376
78
15.166
72
Guntakal
Yard
Market
358
Ananthapu
ram
Guntakal
Guntakal
Maruthi Cricle
4
5
77.378
91
15.167
31
Guntakal
Yard
Market
359
Ananthapu
ram
Guntakal
Guntakal
Rural PS Circle
3
3
77.392
5
15.160
2
Guntakal
Yard
Market
360
Ananthapu
ram
Guntakal
Guntakal
Ambedkhar Circle
4
4
77.377
37
15.163
45
Guntakal
Yard
Market
361
Ananthapu
ram
Guntakal
Guntakal
TV Station Circle
3
3
77.387
25
15.158
58
Guntakal
Yard
Market
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Ananthapu
ram
PT
Z
Coordinates
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
Guntakal
Guntakal
Rural
PS
limits, YSR Circle, near
TV Tower, Guntakal to
Bellary Road, Guntakal
Town.
YSR Circle, near TV Tower.
1
1
77.390
25
15.159
3
Guntakal
Yard
Market
Guntakal
Guntakal
Rural
PS
limits, Valmiki Circle,
Old Guntakal, Guntakal
to
Bellary
Road,
Guntakal Town.
Valmiki Circle, Old Guntakal.
1
1
77.386
01
15.154
2
Guntakal
Yard
Market
Guntakal
Kasapuram PS limts,
S.N.Peta bridge, on
Guntakal to Pathikonda
Road.
S.N.Peta bridge.
1
1
77.379
65
15.169
79
Guntakal
Yard
Market
Guntakal
Kasapuram PS limts,
Ramalinga complex, on
Guntakal to Pathikonda
Road.
Ramalinga complex
1
1
77.380
21
15.173
26
Guntakal
Yard
Market
Pallavi E.M. school.
1
1
77.381
24
15.178
75
Guntakal
Yard
Market
2
77.661
06
15.110
79
Thondapadu
2
77.458
36
13.833
43
Peddareddypalli
363
Ananthapu
ram
364
Ananthapu
ram
365
Ananthapu
ram
366
Ananthapu
ram
Guntakal
Kasapuram PS limts,
Pallavi E.M. School, on
Guntakal to Pathikonda
Road.
367
Ananthapu
ram
Gooty mandal
Kothepeta bridge
Near Kothapeta fly over bridge
2
368
Ananthapu
ram
Parigi
Sevamandir
cross,Kodigenahalli
Sevamandir cross
1
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ed
PT
Z
Coordinates
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
village
369
Ananthapu
ram
Kanekal
At
Malyam
Junction
370
Ananthapu
ram
Kanekal
371
Ananthapu
ram
372
village
At Junction
1
1
77.100
84
14.802
44
Malyam
At Sollapuram junction
At Junction
1
1
77.156
21
14.816
29
Malyam
Anantapruamu
Ashok Nagar
Ashok nagar circle
3
3
77.602
3
14.668
1
Hospital Road
Ananthapu
ram
Anantapruamu
Bhairavanagar
RTO office
2
2
77.604
7
14.656
3
Hospital Road
373
Ananthapu
ram
Anantapruamu
Housing Board
Ram Naresh Function hall, Housing
Board
3
3
77.601
6
14.665
2
Hospital Road
374
Ananthapu
ram
Anantapruamu
ZP office area
R&B Guest House
2
2
77.599
7
14.675
Hospital Road
375
Ananthapu
ram
Anantapruamu
Srinagar colony
Water tank, Srinagar colony (Sweat
out fitness centre)
2
2
77.596
2
14.663
9
Hospital Road
376
Ananthapu
ram
Anantapruamu
Sainagar
Medical College junction
3
3
77.597
9
14.673
5
Hospital Road
377
Ananthapu
ram
Anantapruamu
Aravindanagar
Judge Bungalow cross
4
4
77.593
7
14.671
3
Hospital Road
378
Ananthapu
ram
Anantapruamu
Aravinda Nagar
Ramnagar Railway Gate
4
4
77.591
4
14.670
7
Hospital Road
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Installation
Quantity
Fix
ed
379
Ananthapu
ram
Anantapuramu
town PS
380
Ananthapu
ram
381
I
PT
Z
Coordinates
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
Ashok Nagar
Ashok Nagar Circle
4
4
77.602
25
14.668
78
Hospital Road
ATP II town PS
Aravind nagar
Judge Bunglow
3
3
77.593
84
14.671
43
Hospital Road
Ananthapu
ram
-do-
Vidyuth nagar
Near DMM MLA house
2
2
77.599
09
14.666
03
Hospital Road
382
Ananthapu
ram
-do-
Juses nagar
SV Degree College
3
3
77.599
26
14.670
31
Hospital Road
383
Ananthapu
ram
ATP IV town PS
Ram Nagar
ATP MLA House
3
3
77.589
32
14.672
32
Hospital Road
384
Ananthapu
ram
ATP IV town PS
Ram Nagar
MLC Keshav House
2
2
77.589
84
14.670
5
Hospital Road
385
Ananthapu
ram
ATP IV town PS
Ram Nagar
80 feet road
3
3
77.586
24
14.664
04
Hospital Road
386
Ananthapu
ram
Anantapuramu
Bhagyanagar
Gooty road, 80 feet road cross (
Bhagya nagar )
3
3
77.607
2
14.687
5
Market Yard (ATP)
387
Ananthapu
ram
Anantapruamu
Gooty road
Indian Oil Petrol Bunk, Gooty road
3
3
77.607
8
14.7
Market Yard (ATP)
388
Ananthapu
ram
Anantapruamu
Gooty road
Market Yard Y Junction
3
3
77.607
7
14.692
9
Market Yard (ATP)
389
Ananthapu
ram
Anantapuramu
town PS
Gooty road
Mirchiyard, Near Canal
3
3
77.607
83
14.693
18
Market Yard (ATP)
I
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Proposed Location for
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390
Ananthapu
ram
Anantapuramu
town PS
I
391
Ananthapu
ram
Anantapuramu
town PS
I
392
Ananthapu
ram
Anantapuramu
town PS
I
393
Ananthapu
ram
394
PT
Z
Coordinates
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
Tarakarama kottalu
Mabu Subani Darga,
3
3
77.605
24
14.687
6
Market Yard (ATP)
Bhavani Nagar
80 feet road circle, Near KR wines
2
2
77.616
23
14.685
31
Market Yard (ATP)
Bindala Colony Circle,
near Bindala Seena House, Bindala
Colony,
2
2
77.609
06
14.692
01
Market Yard (ATP)
Hindupur I town
PS
Reliance Petrol Bunk,
Reliance Petrol Bunk,
0
1
1
77.500
52
13.833
97
Hindupur
Ananthapu
ram
Hindupur I town
PS
Dharmapuram Circle
Dharmapuram Circle
0
1
1
77.500
09
13.827
86
Hindupur
395
Ananthapu
ram
Hindupur I town
PS
Near Municipal Office
Near Municipal Office
0
1
1
77.499
74
13.825
32
Hindupur
396
Ananthapu
ram
Hindupur I town
PS
Near
Astalakshmi
temple, D.B. colony
Near Astalakshmi
colony
0
1
1
77.504
55
13.821
01
Hindupur
397
Ananthapu
ram
Hindupur I town
PS
Near Balaji Ortho Clinic,
Hasnabad
Near Balaji Ortho Clinic, Hasnabad
0
1
1
77.493
93
13.834
75
Hindupur
398
Ananthapu
ram
Hindupur I town
PS
Al-Hilal School
Al-Hilal School
0
1
1
77.493
72
13.833
97
Hindupur
399
Ananthapu
ram
Hindupur I town
PS
Near L.G.Bala Krishna
Statue,
Near L.G.Bala Krishna Statue,
0
1
1
77.497
46
13.836
97
Hindupur
400
Ananthapu
ram
Hindupur I town
PS
Near
MlA
House,
Chowdeswari Colony
Near MlA House, Chowdeswari
Colony
0
1
1
77.503
5
13.840
78
Hindupur
temple,
D.B.
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Z
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
401
Ananthapu
ram
Hindupur I town
PS
K.L.Road Circle
K.L.Road Circle
0
1
1
77.490
43
13.832
04
Hindupur
402
Ananthapu
ram
Hindupur I town
PS
K.K.Cricle
K.K.Cricle
0
1
1
77.489
85
13.833
32
Hindupur
403
Ananthapu
ram
Hindupur I town
PS
Infront
stand
Infront of RTC Bus stand
0
1
1
77.496
58
13.836
09
Hindupur
404
Ananthapu
ram
Hindupur I town
PS
Siva
Bala
Yogi
Asramam, M.R.Palli
Siva Bala Yogi Asramam, M.R.Palli
0
1
1
77.499
33
13.847
9
Hindupur
405
Ananthapu
ram
Hindupur I town
PS
Z.P.H.School
M.R.Palli
Z.P.H.School (Girls) M.R.Palli
0
1
1
77.501
74
13.852
47
Hindupur
406
Ananthapu
ram
Hindupur I town
PS
Nandi Circle, M.R.Palli
Nandi Circle, M.R.Palli
0
1
1
77.502
65
13.855
85
Hindupur
407
Ananthapu
ram
Hindupur
PS
Rural
Pulakunta Cicle
Pulakunta Cicle
0
3
3
77.527
39
13.823
42
Hindupur
408
Ananthapu
ram
Hindupur
PS
Rural
Kagallu gate
Kagallu gate
0
3
3
77.529
92
13.852
8
Hindupur
409
Ananthapu
ram
Hindupur
Town
II
Hindupur
Panduranga Nagar Cross-1
0
2
2
77.495
86
13.825
3
Hindupur
410
Ananthapu
ram
Kundurpi
Bandameedapalli road ,
Kundurpi village
Kasturbai school
1
1
77.025
04
14.288
56
Kundurpi
411
Ananthapu
ram
Kundurpi
Police station Kundrupi
Police station
1
1
77.028
4
14.291
67
Kundurpi
of
RTC
Bus
(Girls)
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Fix
ed
PT
Z
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
Parigi
infront of Navagraha
temple, Near Kalavapalli
Village, Hindupur Madakasira Road.
infront of Navagraha temple,
0
1
1
77.471
32
13.873
56
kottunur
Ananthapu
ram
Tadipatri Town
Tadipatri Town
Bypass road Anantapuramu, Bridge
starting (Auto Nagar cross)
1
3
4
77.979
55
14.903
8
Autonagar
414
Ananthapu
ram
Tadipatri Town
Tadipatri Town
Near TTD Kalyanamantapam
0
3
3
78.002
89
14.902
15
Autonagar
415
Ananthapu
ram
Tadipatri
Tadipatri Mandal
Auto Nagar crass Anantapuramu
road
0
2
2
77.979
76
14.903
82
Autonagar
416
Ananthapu
ram
Tadipatri
Tadipatri Mandal
Putlur road after railway track
0
1
1
77.998
31
14.896
48
Autonagar
417
Ananthapu
ram
Gudibanda
Bus stand
Bus stand, Gudibanda village
0
1
1
77.105
9
13.971
4
Mandalapalli
418
Ananthapu
ram
Anantapruamu
Bangalore road
T.V. Tower, near NTR colony, Lenin
nagar
2
2
77.619
3
14.645
8
Collectrate
419
Ananthapu
ram
Anantapruamu
Housing board
Rajiv Children park, Housing Board
Colony
3
3
77.604
4
14.662
53
Collectrate
420
Ananthapu
ram
Anantapuramu
Rudrampeta
Chandra Babu Kottala, near Mosque
and School
4
4
77.604
6
14.662
5
Collectrate
421
Ananthapu
ram
Anantapruamu
Sainagar
Y.Junction
3
3
77.601
8
14.676
3
Collectrate
412
Ananthapu
ram
413
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Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
422
Ananthapu
ram
Anantapruamu
DMM/Bangalore road
Pangal Road Junction
3
3
77.622
5
14.633
9
Collectrate
423
Ananthapu
ram
Anantapruamu
Raptadu road
Chinmai Nagar, JNTU road
4
4
77.608
9
14.638
5
Collectrate
424
Ananthapu
ram
Anantapruamu
Raptadu road
JNTU
3
3
77.610
2
14.649
3
Collectrate
425
Ananthapu
ram
Anantapruamu
SBI colony
SBI Colony 2nd cross, Circle,JNTU
road
4
4
77.611
8
14.656
9
Collectrate
426
Ananthapu
ram
Anantapuramu
town PS
I
Sunnamgeri
Sunnamgeri Circle
2
2
77.606
49
14.678
33
Collectrate
427
Ananthapu
ram
Anantapuramu
town PS
I
Boya Street
Vijaya Cloth Circle, Near Shiridi sai
sweets House
2
2
77.606
43
14.677
15
Collectrate
428
Ananthapu
ram
Anantapuramu
town PS
I
Munna Nagar
Flour Mill Circle,
2
2
77.609
71
14.676
18
Collectrate
429
Ananthapu
ram
Anantapuramu
town PS
I
Ashok Nagar
Chenappa
kalyanamadapam
(ΓÇ£TΓÇ¥ Cross)
1
1
77.609
64
14.671
03
Collectrate
430
Ananthapu
ram
Anantapuramu
town PS
I
Navodaya Colony
Govt. ST Girls Hostel
2
2
77.608
6
14.659
91
Collectrate
431
Ananthapu
ram
-do-
Sai nagar
Church Circle
3
3
77.601
7
14.676
09
Collectrate
432
Ananthapu
ram
Rapthadu PS
Chinmayanagar
Chinmayanagar
1
2
77.608
98
14.638
33
Collectrate
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Fix
ed
PT
Z
Coordinates
Nearest APSFL
PoP
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
4
77.622
59
14.634
06
Collectrate
433
Ananthapu
ram
Itukalapalli PS
Panngal road
ΓÇ£YΓÇ¥ Junction
4
434
Chittoor
Madanapalle
Ambedkar circle
Ambedkar circle
2
2
4
78.509
2
13.558
4
Madanapalle
435
Chittoor
Madanapalle
NTR Circle
NTR Circle
3
1
4
78.498
64
13.559
46
Madanapalle
436
Chittoor
Madanapalle
Market yard, Neerugattu
vari palle
Market yard, Neerugattu vari palle
2
1
3
78.499
85
13.571
82
Madanapalle
437
Chittoor
Madanapalle
Chowdeswara
kalyanamandapam
Chowdeswara kalyanamandapam
3
1
4
78.512
06
13.563
97
Madanapalle
438
Chittoor
Madanapalle
Mandal
Thattuvaripalli X road
Junction
Thattuvaripalli X road Junction
4
0
4
78.521
09
13.580
78
Madanapalle
439
Chittoor
Palamaner
Mandal
NH-69 Palamaner
Jagamarla cross
3
1
4
78.803
7
13.196
34
Palamaner
440
Chittoor
Palamaner
Mandal
NH-69 Palamaner
Gandhinagar Bus-stop
3
0
3
78.744
68
13.198
74
Palamaner
441
Chittoor
Palamaner
Mandal
NH-69 Palamaner
Mannarnayanapalle Cross
3
0
3
78.746
13.205
5
Palamaner
442
Chittoor
Palamaner
Mandal
NH-69 Palamaner town
APSRTC Depot
2
1
3
78.796
86
13.240
85
Palamaner
443
Chittoor
Palamaner
Mandal
NH-42, Mini Bypass,
Palamaner town
Dandapalle Road, Palamaner town
2
0
2
78.744
5
13.200
1
Palamaner
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Coordinates
Nearest APSFL
PoP
Fix
ed
PT
Z
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
2
1
3
78.744
4
13.190
7
Palamaner
444
Chittoor
Palamaner
Mandal
near
Govt.,
Degree
College, Palamaner town
Gadduru Cross
town
445
Chittoor
Palamaner
Mandal
SH-32 Gudiyatham road
Pengarigunta road
3
1
4
78.756
9
13.174
7
Palamaner
446
Chittoor
Puttur
Near Punnami Hotel
Punnami Circle
4
0
4
79.545
13.459
Puttur
447
Chittoor
Puttur
Rachapalem
Rachapalem
2
0
2
79.546
13.455
4
Puttur
448
Chittoor
Puttur
Bharathi Petrol Bunk
Bharathi Petrol Bunk
1
0
1
79.548
13.451
7
Puttur
449
Chittoor
Puttur
Over Bridge beginning
towards Puttur
Over Bridge
Puttur
2
0
2
79.549
13.449
Puttur
450
Chittoor
Puttur
Middle of the Fly over
Bridge (Both sides)
Middle of the Fly over Bridge (Both
sides)
4
0
4
79.55
13.45
Puttur
451
Chittoor
Puttur
HP Petrol Bunk
HP Petrol Bunk
2
0
2
79.551
9
13.440
7
Puttur
452
Chittoor
Puttur
Railway
Station/Subramanyam
Swamy Temple
Railway
Station/Subramanyam
Swamy Temple
2
0
2
79.552
13.440
2
Puttur
453
Chittoor
Puttur
Infront of Police station
Infront of Police station
2
0
2
79.552
13.439
5
Puttur
454
Chittoor
Puttur
Mandi Street
Mandi Street
1
0
1
79.552
13.438
6
Puttur
455
Chittoor
Puttur
Ambethkar circle
Ambethkar circle
1
0
4
79.552
13.438
Puttur
beginning
towards
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Coordinates
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Nearest APSFL
PoP
Latitu
de
1
456
Chittoor
Puttur
Eswaraswamy Temple
Eswaraswamy Temple
3
0
3
79.551
2
13.438
Puttur
457
Chittoor
Puttur
Jandamanu Street
Jandamanu Street
2
0
2
79.551
3
13.437
9
Puttur
458
Chittoor
Puttur
Jeevarathnam
Kalyanamandapam
Jeevarathnam Kalyanamandapam
2
0
2
79.543
13.478
Puttur
459
Chittoor
Puttur
In front of CI office
In front of CI office
2
0
2
79.552
13.437
Puttur
460
Chittoor
Puttur
Pillaripattu Junction
Pillaripattu Junction
2
0
2
79.56
13.445
Puttur
461
Chittoor
Puttur
Konadalacheruvu Cross
Konadalacheruvu Cross
2
0
2
79.556
13.452
Puttur
462
Chittoor
Puttur
Govindhapalyam
Govindhapalyam
2
0
2
79.56
13.435
Puttur
TRAFFIC ISLAND
OPP: TO
ANDHRA
BANK
AT
YOGIMALLAVARAM
CROSS,
NEAR SINDHU HOTEL
5
1
6
79.443
23
13.611
1
CORPORATE
OFFICE
463
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
VIP ENROUTE
&
IMPORTANAT
IDENTIFIED PLACES
464
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
VIP ENROUTE
&
IMPORTANAT
IDENTIFIED PLACES
THANAPALLI CROSS
4
4
79.437
24
13.608
94
CORPORATE
OFFICE
465
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
VIP ENROUTE
&
IMPORTANAT
IDENTIFIED PLACES
OTERU CROSS
2
2
79.430
21
13.606
32
CORPORATE
OFFICE
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ed
PT
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Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
466
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
VIP ENROUTE
&
IMPORTANAT
IDENTIFIED PLACES
N.T.R COLONY CROSS NEAR
NIRAMALA MEDICAL SHOP
4
4
79.424
4
13.618
23
CORPORATE
OFFICE
467
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
VIP ENROUTE
&
IMPORTANAT
IDENTIFIED PLACES
KESAVAYANAGUNTA
JUNCTION
2
2
79.426
53
13.618
33
CORPORATE
OFFICE
468
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
VIP ENROUTE
&
IMPORTANAT
IDENTIFIED PLACES
RAGHAVENDRA
JUNCTION AT
COLLEGE
4
4
79.428
71
13.618
46
CORPORATE
OFFICE
469
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
VIP ENROUTE
&
IMPORTANAT
IDENTIFIED PLACES
LV KALYANA
JUNTCION
470
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
VIP ENROUTE
&
IMPORTANAT
IDENTIFIED PLACES
URBAN HATT
471
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
VIP ENROUTE
&
IMPORTANAT
IDENTIFIED PLACES
OPP. TO NAVAJEEVAN
HOSPITAL
472
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
VIP ENROUTE
&
IMPORTANAT
IDENTIFIED PLACES
VASUNDARA NAGAR
ΓÇô TIRUCHANUR
473
Chittoor
Panjani PS
Near Kallupalli village
474
Chittoor
Gangavaram PS
Gangavaram Village and
Mandal
SGS
NAGAR
ARTS
MANDAPAM
2
0
2
79.434
74
13.616
78
CORPORATE
OFFICE
2
0
2
79.439
33
13.612
58
CORPORATE
OFFICE
2
0
2
79.446
39
13.609
95
CORPORATE
OFFICE
2
0
2
79.445
22
13.606
33
CORPORATE
OFFICE
Kogileru check post
2
0
2
78.718
7
13.273
91
Peddapanjani
Keelapatla cross
2
0
2
78.737
63
13.216
57
Melimai
EYE
ARCH
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Fix
ed
PT
Z
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
475
Chittoor
Gangavaram PS
Near
Gangavaram
Village and Mandal
Kurnipalli cross
2
0
2
78.733
44
13.223
32
Melimai
476
Chittoor
Gangavaram PS
Near
village
Melumai cross
2
0
2
78.727
68
13.236
22
Melimai
477
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
SRIKALAHASTHI
TOWN
KUMARASWAMY THIPPA
3
3
79.704
46
13.752
19
S.D.K.Nagar
478
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
SRIKALAHASTHI
TOWN
R.T.C. BUS STAND
0
1
79.706
67
13.752
7
S.D.K.Nagar
479
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
SRIKALAHASTHI
TOWN
THETTU JUCTION
3
3
79.709
54
13.761
08
S.D.K.Nagar
480
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
SRIKALAHASTHI
TOWN
SRIKALAHASTHI II TOWN PS
0
1
79.718
46
13.766
31
S.D.K.Nagar
481
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
SRIKALAHASTHI
TOWN
SEETHALAMMA TEMPLE
2
2
79.706
09
13.756
78
S.D.K.Nagar
482
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
SRIKALAHASTHI
TOWN
FIRE STATION CIRCLE
2
2
79.705
97
13.755
03
S.D.K.Nagar
483
Chittoor
Bangaupalem PS
Andareddypali
Ragimanupenta cross road
2
0
2
78.906
16
13.194
36
Bangarupalem
484
Chittoor
Bangarupalem PS
Boyakonda temple
Infront of Boyakonda temple
2
0
2
78.917
95
13.210
97
Bangarupalem
TPT URBAN
RED
SANDAR
MOVEMENT
at
CHANDRAGIRI
PS
LIMITS
NOOR HOTEL JN
4
4
79.313
73
13.579
1
Chandragiri
485
Chittoor
Mabbuvallapeta
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Area
Proposed Location for
Installation
Quantity
Fix
ed
486
487
488
489
490
Chittoor
Chittoor
Chittoor
Chittoor
Chittoor
PT
Z
Coordinates
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
TPT URBAN
RED
SANDAR
MOVEMENT
at
CHANDRAGIRI
PS
LIMITS
MALLIAHPALLI CROSS
3
3
79.309
77
13.578
8
Chandragiri
TPT URBAN
RED
SANDAR
MOVEMENT
at
CHANDRAGIRI
PS
LIMITS
FORT
3
3
79.304
46
13.582
3
Chandragiri
TPT URBAN
RED
SANDAR
MOVEMENT
at
CHANDRAGIRI
PS
LIMITS
KOTA TURNING CGR TOWN
3
3
79.314
22
13.583
5
Chandragiri
TPT URBAN
RED
SANDAR
MOVEMENT
at
CHANDRAGIRI
PS
LIMITS
MULASTHANA
TEMPLE CROSS
3
3
79.314
61
13.584
4
Chandragiri
TPT URBAN
RED
SANDAR
MOVEMENT
at
CHANDRAGIRI
PS
LIMITS
OPP CHEGU SUPERMARKET
2
2
79.315
61
13.586
6
Chandragiri
TOWER CLOCK JUNCTION
4
4
79.315
95
13.587
9
Chandragiri
PUTTALAMMA TEMPLE
2
2
79.317
02
13.592
5
Chandragiri
491
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
RED
SANDAR
MOVEMENT
at
CHANDRAGIRI
PS
LIMITS
492
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
RED
SANDAR
MOVEMENT
at
YELLAMMA
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Fix
ed
CHANDRAGIRI
LIMITS
493
494
495
496
Chittoor
Chittoor
Chittoor
Chittoor
PT
Z
Coordinates
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
PS
TPT URBAN
RED
SANDAR
MOVEMENT
at
CHANDRAGIRI
PS
LIMITS
M.G.BROTHERS TURNING
3
3
79.317
67
13.594
9
Chandragiri
TPT URBAN
RED
SANDAR
MOVEMENT
at
CHANDRAGIRI
PS
LIMITS
BRAMHAMGARI TEMPLE
3
3
79.321
16
13.594
8
Chandragiri
TPT URBAN
RED
SANDAR
MOVEMENT
at
CHANDRAGIRI
PS
LIMITS
KOTAPETA BUS STOP
3
3
79.319
23
13.589
5
Chandragiri
TPT URBAN
RED
SANDAR
MOVEMENT
at
CHANDRAGIRI
PS
LIMITS
VIJAYNAGAR COLONY
3
3
79.322
97
13.590
3
Chandragiri
CHANDRAGIRI
STATION
4
4
79.317
01
13.588
5
Chandragiri
497
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
RED
SANDAR
MOVEMENT
at
CHANDRAGIRI
PS
LIMITS
498
Chittoor
Gudipala
Mandikrishnapuram
Border to TN
Mandikrishnapuram Border to TN
2
1
3
79.174
7
13.033
2
Gudipala
499
Chittoor
Gudipala
Bommasamudram
Bommasamudram
2
0
2
79.162
7
13.059
9
Gudipala
POLICE
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ed
PT
Z
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
500
Chittoor
Gudipala
CPF Factory
CPF Factory
2
0
2
79.157
6
13.061
9
Gudipala
501
Chittoor
Gudupalli
other road
Dravidan University Main gate Near
1
0
1
78.309
1
12.794
9
Gudipalle
502
Chittoor
Gudupalli
other road
Gudipalli Cross
2
1
3
78.273
1
12.801
3
Gudipalle
503
Chittoor
Gudupalli
other road
Gudipalli Railway Cross
1
1
2
78.272
9
12.801
2
Gudipalle
504
Chittoor
Gudupalli
other road
Gudupalli Saptagiri Grameena bank
1
0
1
78.280
7
12.792
Gudipalle
505
Chittoor
Gudupalli
other road
Gudupalli Bus Stand
2
0
2
78.279
12.793
2
Gudipalle
506
Chittoor
Gudupalli
other road
Sanganapalli Village
1
0
1
78.254
8
12.769
7
Gudipalle
507
Chittoor
Gudupalli
other road
Bisanatham Village
1
0
1
78.262
7
12.852
7
Gudipalle
508
Chittoor
Gudupalli
other road
Dasumanupalli Cross
1
0
1
78.298
6
12.819
4
Gudipalle
509
Chittoor
Gudupalli
other road
O.N.Kotturu
2
0
2
78.214
9
12.704
2
Gudipalle
510
Chittoor
Irala
Irala
Irala
2
0
2
78.984
4
13.385
8
Irala
511
Chittoor
Irala
Thellagundlpalle cross
Thellagundlpalle cross
2
0
2
78.984
13.385
Irala
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ed
PT
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Coordinates
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
2
5
Nearest APSFL
PoP
512
Chittoor
KVB Puram
Rajulakandriga
Rajulakandriga ATM
1
1
2
79.750
27
13.567
81
K.V.B.Puram
513
Chittoor
KVB Puram
K.V.B.PURAM
Petrol Bunk
1
1
2
79.737
23
13.530
85
K.V.B.Puram
514
Chittoor
Kalikiri
Indiramma Colony
Indiramma colony entrance
3
0
3
78.797
18
13.652
98
Kalikiri
515
Chittoor
Kalikiri
Cross roads
04 roads justion
4
0
4
78.803
73
13.653
03
Kalikiri
516
Chittoor
Kalikiri
RTC bus stand
Bus stand entrance
3
0
3
78.803
72
13.645
66
Kalikiri
517
Chittoor
Kalikiri
Railway budge
Railway bridge
1
0
1
78.803
42
13.644
42
Kalikiri
518
Chittoor
Kalikiri
near post office
near post office
1
0
1
78.801
72
13.643
51
Kalikiri
519
Chittoor
Kalikiri
Morava Cross
Morava Cross
3
0
3
78.801
51
13.641
18
Kalikiri
520
Chittoor
Kuppam
NH 42
Govt. Area Hospital, Krishnagiri NH
By-pass road
3
1
4
78.351
2
12.764
7
Kuppam
521
Chittoor
Kuppam
town
R & B Guest House,
2
0
2
78.35
12.763
1
Kuppam
522
Chittoor
Kuppam
town
Gudipalli Cross
4
1
5
78.347
12.753
Kuppam
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Proposed Location for
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ed
PT
Z
Coordinates
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
74
97
Nearest APSFL
PoP
523
Chittoor
Kuppam
town
Sri. Tirupathi Prasanna Gangamma
vari temple.
0
1
1
78.346
4
12.751
23
Kuppam
524
Chittoor
Kuppam
town
Lakshmi Movie Land Circle, Palace
Road (Co-operative Bank)
1
1
2
78.343
5
12.750
7
Kuppam
525
Chittoor
Kuppam
town
Palace Road junction
3
1
4
78.345
8
12.750
3
Kuppam
526
Chittoor
Kuppam
town
Police Station
1
1
2
78.345
7
12.750
1
Kuppam
527
Chittoor
Kuppam
town
Palace Junction, Front of Old Palace
1
0
1
78.340
5
12.750
9
Kuppam
528
Chittoor
Kuppam
town
Palace Road Extension (Kuppam
College of Education)
1
0
1
78.336
6
12.749
6
Kuppam
529
Chittoor
Kuppam
town
DK Palli Railway Junction (Near
Railway gate)
1
0
1
78.330
8
12.748
2
Kuppam
530
Chittoor
Kuppam
town
Court road, In front
Kalyanamandapam
0
0
0
78.345
12.749
2
Kuppam
531
Chittoor
Kuppam
town
RTC (outside)
1
1
2
78.345
12.749
2
Kuppam
532
Chittoor
Kuppam
town
RTC (inside)
2
0
2
78.345
12.75
Kuppam
533
Chittoor
Kuppam
town
C.I Office
1
0
1
78.342
12.746
Kuppam
of
TTD
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47
3
Nearest APSFL
PoP
534
Chittoor
Kuppam
town
Railway Gate (Towards Track)
1
1
2
78.340
8
12.747
Kuppam
535
Chittoor
Kuppam
town
Railway Station
7
0
7
78.340
8
12.747
Kuppam
536
Chittoor
Kuppam
town
Chilepalli Cross, Kothapeta.
1
0
1
78.342
3
12.744
4
Kuppam
537
Chittoor
Kuppam
NH 42
Krishnagiri Circle,
Degree College
3
0
3
78.345
3
12.745
1
Kuppam
538
Chittoor
Kuppam
NH 42
Towards Flyover end, near AL-Taj
hotel NH.
2
0
2
78.345
4
12.739
7
Kuppam
539
Chittoor
Kuppam
NH 42
Bypass road, Near Flyover (Flower
Market). PVT bus stand.
1
0
1
78.347
5
12.747
3
Kuppam
540
Chittoor
Kuppam
NH 42
Kamathamur cross NH road
1
0
1
78.350
2
12.751
7
Kuppam
541
Chittoor
Kuppam
NH 42
Vijalapuram cross, NH road
1
0
1
78.351
5
12.756
2
Kuppam
542
Chittoor
Kuppam
town
Indra Colony
0
1
1
78.342
3
12.744
3
Kuppam
Chittoor
Kurabalakota
Mandal.
(Mudivedu
P.S
limits).
Angallu Junction
Angallu Junction
3
0
3
78.485
34
13.629
93
Kurabalakota
543
Near
Vikas
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ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
Chittoor
Kurabalakota
Mandal.
(Mudivedu
P.S
limits).
Angallu Junction
In front of Suri wines, Angallu
2
0
2
78.485
86
13.629
03
Kurabalakota
Chittoor
Kurabalakota
Mandal.
(Mudivedu
P.S
limits).
Angallu Junction
Bharath Hotel, Angallu
2
0
2
78.485
97
13.628
12
Kurabalakota
Chittoor
Kurabalakota
Mandal.
(Mudivedu
P.S
limits).
Angallu Junction
Bharath
Kalyanamandapam, Angallu
2
0
2
78.486
05
13.626
47
Kurabalakota
Chittoor
Kurabalakota
Mandal.
(Mudivedu
P.S
limits).
Angallu Junction
Near
Angallu
2
0
2
78.484
62
13.630
32
Kurabalakota
548
Chittoor
Kurabalakota
Mandal.
(Mudivedu
P.S
limits).
Angallu Junction
Near
Angallu
2
0
2
78.484
08
13.630
53
Kurabalakota
549
Chittoor
NINDRA
9TH MILE
9TH MILE CROSS ROAD
1
0
1
79.706
26
13.381
65
Mittakandriga
550
Chittoor
Molakalacheruvu
Main Road, Kadiri
MPL Road
HP Petrol pump- Ramakrishna F/S
2
0
2
78.257
05
13.800
94
Mulakalacheruvu
544
545
546
547
to
Bavaji
Hotel,
Meseva
center,
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al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
551
Chittoor
Molakalacheruvu
Main Road, Kadiri
MPL Road
to
Syndicate Bank ATM, Main Road,
beside Meesava.
3
0
3
78.262
81
13.803
96
Mulakalacheruvu
552
Chittoor
Molakalacheruvu
Main Road, Kadiri
MPL Road
to
Super Market ΓÇônear Police Sation
1
0
1
78.257
05
13.800
94
Mulakalacheruvu
553
Chittoor
Molakalacheruvu
Main Road, Kadiri
MPL Road
to
Saiteja Jewelers shop
1
0
1
78.264
65
13.800
84
Mulakalacheruvu
554
Chittoor
Molakalacheruvu
Main Road, Kadiri
MPL Road
to
Syndicate Bank- Balaji Lodge
1
0
1
78.267
84
13.797
33
Mulakalacheruvu
555
Chittoor
Molakalacheruvu
Main Road, Kadiri
MPL Road
to
1
0
1
78.264
61
13.801
39
Mulakalacheruvu
556
Chittoor
Molakalacheruvu
Main Road, Kadiri
MPL Road
to
Sri Sai Jewelers Shop
2
0
2
78.264
61
13.801
39
Mulakalacheruvu
557
Chittoor
Molakalacheruvu
Main Road, Kadiri
MPL Road
to
Sri Veerabramhendra Jewelers Shop
2
0
2
78.264
61
13.801
39
Mulakalacheruvu
558
Chittoor
Molakalacheruvu
Main Road, Kadiri
MPL Road
to
Aruna Jewelers Shop
1
0
1
78.264
61
13.801
39
Mulakalacheruvu
559
Chittoor
Molakalacheruvu
Main Road, Kadiri
MPL Road
to
SLV Mobil Shop
2
0
2
78.264
61
13.801
39
Mulakalacheruvu
560
Chittoor
Molakalacheruvu
Main Road, Kadiri
MPL Road
to
B.A. Padamnaba Setty & Sons Shop
1
0
1
78.264
61
13.801
39
Mulakalacheruvu
561
Chittoor
Molakalacheruvu
Main Road, Kadiri
MPL Road
to
Sri Sairam Pretilizer- Try Road
Junction
1
0
1
78.264
61
13.801
39
Mulakalacheruvu
KGN ΓÇô Super Market
Tirumalesa Jewelers Shop
-
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ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
562
Chittoor
Molakalacheruvu
Main Road, Kadiri
MPL Road
to
Rajyalaksmi Jewelers Shop- PTM
Road.
1
0
1
78.263
58
13.801
79
Mulakalacheruvu
563
Chittoor
Molakalacheruvu
Main Road, Kadiri
MPL Road
to
Rajyalakshmi Cloths stores - PTM
Road.
1
0
1
78.263
58
13.801
79
Mulakalacheruvu
564
Chittoor
Molakalacheruvu
Main Road, Kadiri
MPL Road
to
Siddratha Lodge- PTM Road.
1
0
1
78.263
58
13.801
79
Mulakalacheruvu
565
Chittoor
Molakalacheruvu
Main Road, Kadiri
MPL Road
to
SSB Fancy shop-Kadiri Road
2
0
2
78.263
58
13.801
79
Mulakalacheruvu
566
Chittoor
Molakalacheruvu
Main Road, Kadiri
MPL Road
to
RR Wines shop- PTM Road.
2
0
2
78.264
19
13.801
56
Mulakalacheruvu
567
Chittoor
Molakalacheruvu
Main Road, Kadiri
MPL Road
to
T.V.S. Show Room
1
0
1
78.266
15
13.799
3
Mulakalacheruvu
568
Chittoor
Molakalacheruvu
Main Road, Kadiri
MPL Road
to
Bharathpetrol Bunk- Kadiri Road.
1
0
1
78.268
17
13.796
73
Mulakalacheruvu
569
Chittoor
Nagalapuram
Nagalapuram
side arch
To identify existing vehicles from
Nagalapuram Town and Road
accidents
2
2
4
79.802
5
13.379
4
Nagalapuram
570
Chittoor
Nagalapuram
Nagalapuram East HW
Junction
for any illegal Activities
1
0
1
79.793
6
13.393
2
Nagalapuram
571
Chittoor
Nagalapuram
Nagalapuram west near
BC Hostel
for any illegal Activities
2
0
2
79.793
6
13.393
2
Nagalapuram
Eastern
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PoP
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Tot
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Longit
ude
Latitu
de
To identify existing vehicles from
Nagalapuram to Uthukotta Town
and Road accidents
2
0
2
79.786
13.393
4
Nagalapuram
Therani Junction
2
0
2
79.573
61
13.317
95
Nagari
2
0
2
79.583
39
13.318
18
Nagari
OG Kuppam cross, Bypass road
2
0
2
79.589
05
13.315
92
Nagari
572
Chittoor
Nagalapuram
Nagalapuram
Arch
573
Chittoor
Nagari
Therani Junction
574
Chittoor
Nagari
Srinjaneyaswamy
temple, Bypass
Near Kellapattu
575
Chittoor
Nagari
OG
Kuppam
Bypass road
576
Chittoor
Nagari
MPDO office
MPDO office
1
0
1
79.584
3
13.331
3
Nagari
577
Chittoor
Nagari
Govt Hospital junction
Govt Hospital junction
1
0
1
79.578
4
13.342
3
Nagari
578
Chittoor
Pakala
Pakala bus stand
RTC bus stand
2
2
4
79.114
6
13.449
4
Pakala
579
Chittoor
Pakala
Railway station
Railway station entrance
1
1
2
79.114
7
13.450
6
Pakala
580
Chittoor
Pakala
Nendragunta
3 roads junction
2
1
3
79.159
8
13.453
8
Pakala
581
Chittoor
Pakala
Nendragunta
Near Venkateswara temple, on
Chittoor-Tirupathi (NH-140) road
2
1
3
79.157
4
13.453
3
Pakala
road,
cross,
Srinjaneyaswamy temple,
road, Near Kellapattu
Bypass
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PoP
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Longit
ude
Latitu
de
2
0
2
79.205
13.385
7
Penumur
582
Chittoor
Penumuru
Chipparapalle
on
road
583
Chittoor
Piler
Piler P.s. opposite-1
Piler P.s. opposite-1
1
0
1
78.936
02
13.655
25
Piler
584
Chittoor
Piler
Piler P.s. opposite-2
Piler P.s. opposite-2
1
0
1
78.936
02
13.655
25
Piler
585
Chittoor
Piler
Kondareddy cross-1
Kondareddy cross-1
1
0
1
78.932
83
13.656
75
Piler
586
Chittoor
Piler
Kondareddy cross-2
Kondareddy cross-2
1
0
1
78.932
94
13.656
79
Piler
587
Chittoor
Piler
Ajanthamitta road
Ajanthamitta road
1
0
1
78.936
86
13.656
51
Piler
588
Chittoor
Piler
Railway
road)
Railway gate (MPL road)
1
0
1
78.938
8
13.656
25
Piler
589
Chittoor
Piler
Ambethkar Circle
Ambethkar Circle
1
0
1
78.941
98
13.655
49
Piler
590
Chittoor
Piler
Panchayathy
opposite
Panchayathy office opposite
1
0
1
78.941
65
13.655
28
Piler
591
Chittoor
Piler
RTC Bus stand-1
RTC Bus stand-1
1
0
1
78.944
55
13.655
54
Piler
592
Chittoor
Piler
RTC Bus stand-2
RTC Bus stand-2
1
0
1
78.944
55
13.655
54
Piler
593
Chittoor
Piler
Cross road, Piler-1
Cross road, Piler-1
1
0
1
78.947
13.654
Piler
gate
(MPL
office
Vedurukuppam-Chipparapalle
Quantity
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Tot
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Longit
ude
Latitu
de
13
93
Nearest APSFL
PoP
594
Chittoor
Piler
Cross road, Piler-2
Cross road, Piler-2
1
0
1
78.947
13
13.654
93
Piler
595
Chittoor
Piler
Cross road, Piler-3
Cross road, Piler-3
1
0
1
78.947
13
13.654
93
Piler
596
Chittoor
Piler
Cross road, Piler-4
Cross road, Piler-4
1
0
1
78.947
13
13.654
93
Piler
597
Chittoor
Piler
Old MVI office, in-front
of Chennareddy street.
Old MVI office,
Chennareddy street.
1
0
1
78.946
41
13.657
51
Piler
598
Chittoor
Piler
Old Bajaj Show room
Old Bajaj Show room
1
0
1
78.946
28
13.658
08
Piler
599
Chittoor
Piler
Sainik Nagar
Sainik Nagar
1
0
1
78.946
24
13.658
36
Piler
600
Chittoor
Piler
Yellamanda cross-1
Yellamanda cross-1
1
0
1
78.944
82
13.661
99
Piler
601
Chittoor
Piler
Yellamanda cross-2
Yellamanda cross-2
1
0
1
78.944
82
13.661
99
Piler
602
Chittoor
Piler
Kotapalli
Factory-1
Beruvala
Kotapalli Beruvala Factory-1
1
0
1
78.950
14
13.662
55
Piler
603
Chittoor
Piler
Kotapalli
Factory-2
Beruvala
Kotapalli Beruvala Factory-2
1
0
1
78.950
08
13.662
51
Piler
604
Chittoor
Piler
Kotapalli Cross-1
Kotapalli Cross-1
1
0
1
78.950
71
13.653
83
Piler
in-front
of
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al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
605
Chittoor
Piler
Kotapalli Cross-2
Kotapalli Cross-2
1
0
1
78.950
66
13.653
82
Piler
606
Chittoor
Piler
Oil seed Factory (Rakesh
stone crusher road) -1
Oil seed Factory (Rakesh stone
crusher road) -1
1
0
1
78.962
57
13.654
29
Piler
607
Chittoor
Piler
Oil seed Factory (Rakesh
stone crusher road) -2
Oil seed Factory (Rakesh stone
crusher road) -2
1
0
1
78.962
57
13.654
29
Piler
608
Chittoor
Piler
Oil seed Factory (Rakesh
stone crusher road) -3
Oil seed Factory (Rakesh stone
crusher road) -3
1
0
1
78.962
58
13.654
5
Piler
609
Chittoor
Piler
New TVS show room
New TVS show room
1
0
1
78.947
59
13.653
38
Piler
610
Chittoor
Piler
Old TVS show room
Old TVS show room
1
0
1
78.947
87
13.651
96
Piler
611
Chittoor
Piler
Suzuki show room
Suzuki show room
1
0
1
78.947
86
13.650
36
Piler
612
Chittoor
Piler
RTC Nallagutta
RTC Nallagutta
1
0
1
78.947
58
13.652
58
Piler
613
Chittoor
Piler
Bodumalluvaripalli
(Kadapa road outskates)
Bodumalluvaripalli
outskates)
1
0
1
78.942
86
13.665
88
Piler
614
Chittoor
Piler
In-front of Padmavathi
nagar (Pandu Medical
shop)
In-front of Padmavathi nagar (Pandu
Medical shop)
1
0
1
78.943
08
13.655
61
Piler
615
Chittoor
Piler
SV Deluxe theater road
SV Deluxe theater road
1
0
1
78.943
21
13.655
72
Piler
(Kadapa
road
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Fix
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PT
Z
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
616
Chittoor
Piler
Sivalam road
Sivalam road
1
0
1
78.937
22
13.653
81
Piler
617
Chittoor
Piler
Old Bus stand.
Old Bus stand.
1
0
1
78.936
97
13.654
81
Piler
618
Chittoor
Pichatur
Near Pichatur PS
At YSR Junction
2
0
2
79.741
99
13.398
61
Pitchatur
619
Chittoor
Pichatur
Pichatur Bypass
Vellore Circle
2
0
2
79.737
4
13.395
77
Pitchatur
620
Chittoor
Pichatur
II Town Area
Sri Kalahasthi Circle
3
0
3
79.738
3
13.399
94
Pitchatur
621
Chittoor
Pichatur
Pichatur Town
Bazzar Street
2
0
2
79.742
51
13.400
57
Pitchatur
622
Chittoor
Pichatur
Pichatur Bypass
JBR School
2
0
2
79.741
37
13.392
42
Pitchatur
623
Chittoor
Pichatur
Pichatur Bypass
Pichatur Entrance
2
0
2
79.733
37
13.394
33
Pitchatur
624
Chittoor
Pichatur
Ramagiri
Ramagiri Entrance
2
0
2
79.767
16
13.396
17
Pitchatur
625
Chittoor
Pichatur
Ramagiri
Ramagiri Temple
1
0
1
79.765
84
13.399
16
Pitchatur
626
Chittoor
Pichatur
Vengalathur
at Boys Hostel
1
0
1
79.730
94
13.394
39
Pitchatur
627
Chittoor
Pichatur
C.R. Kandriga
BSNL Telephone Exchange
1
0
1
79.729
13.400
Pitchatur
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Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
06
49
Nearest APSFL
PoP
1
0
1
79.729
06
13.394
45
Pitchatur
1
0
1
78.581
74
13.383
54
Punganur
Chadalla bus stop
1
0
1
78.602
51
13.383
56
Punganur
Chowdepalle road,
Raganipalle road at Town
1
0
1
78.572
97
13.370
9
Punganur
Punganur town
Punganur Town
Vinayaka Nagar Junciton
0
1
1
78.572
2
13.372
47
Punganur
Chittoor
Punganur town
Punganur Town
Suryanagar Junction
0
1
1
78.571
86
13.374
47
Punganur
634
Chittoor
Punganur town
Punganur Town
Gandhinagar MBT road T-Junciton
0
1
1
78.572
13
13.363
53
Punganur
635
Chittoor
Punganur town
Punganur Town
Kummara Street Junction
0
1
1
78.571
99
13.361
22
Punganur
636
Chittoor
Punganur town
Punganur Town
Venkateswara
swamy
(Mangalam road)
0
1
1
78.565
35
13.362
19
Punganur
637
Chittoor
Punganur town
Punganur Town
UB compound
0
1
1
78.573
89
13.365
83
Punganur
638
Chittoor
Punganur town
Punganur Town
Nakkabanda Entrance T-Junction
1
0
1
78.579
26
13.355
83
Punganur
628
Chittoor
Pichatur
Karoor
MPUP School
629
Chittoor
Punganur town
Chowdepalle road,
Bhagathsingh colony
(Tirupathi road)
630
Chittoor
Punganur
Mandal
Chowdepalle road,
631
Chittoor
Punganur town
632
Chittoor
633
T-Junction
Temple
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Tot
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Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
639
Chittoor
Punganur town
Punganur Town
Nakkabanda Exit
1
0
1
78.579
26
13.355
83
Punganur
640
Chittoor
Punganur
Mandal
Palamaner road
Nekkundi road
1
0
1
78.590
9
13.355
65
Punganur
641
Chittoor
Punganur
Mandal
Palamaner road
Gudurupalle Temple Point
1
0
1
78.592
71
13.348
81
Punganur
642
Chittoor
Punganur town
Court road,
In-front of JFCM court
0
1
1
78.568
99
13.369
97
Punganur
643
Chittoor
Punganur town
Town
Dhobi Colony
1
0
1
78.566
95
13.373
27
Punganur
644
Chittoor
Puthalapattu
Rangampeta Cross
Rangampet Cross
0
3
3
79.084
7
13.360
2
Puthalpattu
645
Chittoor
Puthalapattu
Bus stand, Puthalapattu
Over SBI ATM
2
1
3
79.093
1
13.346
2
Puthalpattu
646
Chittoor
Ramasamudram
Town
Bus stand, Check post
Ramasamudram Town
2
1
3
78.423
6
13.367
36
Ramasamudram
647
Chittoor
Ramasamudram
Town
In front of Police
Ramasamudram Town
1
0
1
78.422
6
13.367
4
Ramasamudram
648
Chittoor
Ramasamudram
Rural
Miniki
Village
Ramasamudram Mandal
1
0
1
78.440
7
13.366
1
Ramasamudram
649
Chittoor
Sodam
Town
Nethaji Circle, Sodam Town
2
1
3
78.907
4
13.546
6
Sadum
circle,
station,
circle,
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Proposed Location for
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Area
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Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
650
Chittoor
Sodam
Town
Infront of Police Station-College
road, Sodam Town
2
1
3
78.908
1
13.546
7
Sadum
651
Chittoor
Sodam
Town
Infron of Lordge
Sodam Town
1
0
1
78.907
8
13.544
8
Sadum
652
Chittoor
Sodam
Town
Govt., Hospital, Sodam Town
1
0
1
78.906
3
13.549
5
Sadum
653
Chittoor
Sathyavedu
Gandhi road, entrance of
Allaswamy street
near chamundeswara theater
2
0
2
79.959
3
13.435
97
Sathyavedu
654
Chittoor
Sathyavedu
Pallapu Street, entrance
of CHC, Hospital
Near CHC
Town
2
0
2
79.956
3
13.437
4
Sathyavedu
655
Chittoor
Sathyavedu
Saibaba Temple,
Sricity road
Near Saibaba Temple
2
0
2
79.958
3
13.441
3
Sathyavedu
656
Chittoor
Sathyavedu
BC colony Entrance
Sathyavedu Town
Near BC colony
1
0
1
79.955
3
13.439
Sathyavedu
657
Chittoor
N.Vanam
opposite to
Collage
1.parking place of motor cycles &
entrance of college
2.
covering towards puttur road
2
0
2
79.342
6
13.253
3
Sindurajapuram
658
Chittoor
N.Vanam
YSR Circle
Arch of SKVS temple
3
0
3
79.345
2
13.252
4
Sindurajapuram
659
Chittoor
N.Vanam
In front of Temple
opposite to SKVS temple
4
0
4
79.352
1
13.252
9
Sindurajapuram
660
Chittoor
N.Vanam
Bazaar Street
1.Near NTR statue
sorakayalaswamy temple
2
0
2
79.352
5
13.252
4
Sindurajapuram
on
Siddhartha
and
hospital
Theater,
Sathyavedu
2. near
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Quantity
Proposed Location for
Installation
Coordinates
Fix
ed
PT
Z
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
661
Chittoor
N.Vanam
MDO office
1.In fornt of new police staton
2
0
2
79.355
9
13.242
1
Sindurajapuram
662
Chittoor
Somala
Town
Bus stand Circle, Somala Town
2
1
3
78.808
6
13.476
6
Somala
663
Chittoor
Thavanampalle
Thavanampalle village,
near T.Puttur cross
Thavanampalle village, near T.Puttur
cross
2
0
2
79.008
3
13.262
6
Thavanampalli Puttur
664
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
VIP ENROUTE
&
IMPORTANAT
IDENTIFIED PLACES
CHADALAWADA
RAMANAMMA ENG. COLLEGE
2
0
2
79.478
58
13.632
56
Thukivakam
665
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
VIP ENROUTE
&
IMPORTANAT
IDENTIFIED PLACES
GAJULAMANDYAM 4 ROAD JN
4
1
5
79.506
75
13.615
33
Thukivakam
666
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
VIP ENROUTE
&
IMPORTANAT
IDENTIFIED PLACES
RAILWAY BRIDGE
2
0
2
79.500
79
13.616
28
Thukivakam
667
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
VIP ENROUTE
&
IMPORTANAT
IDENTIFIED PLACES
TUKIVAKAM CROSS
3
0
3
79.491
86
13.616
85
Thukivakam
668
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
GAJULAMANDYAM
KLM
HOSPITAL
JUNCTION
6
1
7
79.506
61
13.615
35
Thukivakam
669
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
RENIGUNTA RURAL
PS LIMITS
WESTERN SIDE OF RAILWAY
FLY OVER BRIDGE, (NEAR
EENAADU PRESS)
2
0
2
79.491
08
13.634
29
Thukivakam
4
ROAD
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Proposed Location for
Installation
Area
Coordinates
Fix
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PT
Z
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
670
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
VADAMALPETA
VADAMALPETA ΓÇô 3 ROAD
JUNCTION
3
1
4
79.518
55
13.554
67
Vadamalapeta
671
Chittoor
Thamballapalle
Main Road, TBP to MPL
Road
Petrol Bunk , opp Police Station
2
0
2
78.448
33
13.819
22
Kannemadugu
672
Chittoor
Thamballapalle
near RTC Bus
Thamballapalle
Indian Bank- Viswantha colony
2
0
2
78.442
91
13.821
25
Kannemadugu
673
Chittoor
Thamballapalle
near court
State Bank- Opp Govt. Hospital
2
0
2
78.442
91
13.821
25
Kannemadugu
674
Chittoor
Thamballapalle
Main Road, TBP to MPL
Road
Ragava
Reddy
-Wine
ΓÇôPeddamandyam Road
2
0
2
78.442
91
13.821
25
Kannemadugu
675
Chittoor
Thamballapalle
Main Road, TBP to MPL
Road
Dhana Wine Shop- Peddamandyam
Road
2
0
2
78.442
91
13.821
25
Kannemadugu
676
Chittoor
Varadaiahpalem
Kaduru
Balijapalem
covered
Near Saint Anns School
2
0
2
79.940
6
13.602
3
Varadaiah palem
677
Chittoor
Varadaiahpalem
Covered border check
post
Kadur Checkpost
2
0
2
79.959
1
13.603
Varadaiah palem
678
Chittoor
Varadaiahpalem
Covered MRO offece,
MPDO office,Hospital,
Junior college.
MRO Office
1
1
2
79.924
9
13.606
9
Varadaiah palem
679
Chittoor
Varadaiahpalem
Govt high school and
hostel, stcolony covered
Near Police Quarters
2
0
2
79.932
4
13.596
7
Varadaiah palem
680
Chittoor
Varadaiahpalem
Covered Water falls road
Avanthi Colony
2
0
2
79.925
1
13.607
5
Varadaiah palem
stop,
H/W,
viilages
Shop
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Quantity
Proposed Location for
Installation
Coordinates
Fix
ed
PT
Z
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
681
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
SANDAR MOVEMENT
at RENIGUNTA PS
LIMITS
RAILWAY
TRACK
NEAR
KRISHNA PURAM SC COLONY
2
1
3
79.557
93
13.677
81
Yerpedu
682
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
YERPEDU
YERPEDU ΓÇô VENKATAGIRI
CROSS
3
1
4
79.593
99
13.693
72
Yerpedu
683
Chittoor
Yadamari
Kasiralla
Kasiralla
2
0
2
79.013
8
13.126
1
Jodichinthala
684
Chittoor
Yadamari
Yadamari town
Yadamari town
2
0
2
79.039
7
13.159
9
Jodichinthala
685
Chittoor
Palasamudram
Rural
Matavalam
2
0
2
79.397
7
13.189
3
SBR Puram
686
Chittoor
N.Vanam
Kasilaskona cross road
1. covering road to kailasakona
2. covering road to Narayanavanam
side
2
0
2
79.392
8
13.241
7
SBR Puram
687
Chittoor
N.Vanam
Kailasakona Water Falls
1.visitor vechile
2. falls point
2
0
2
79.375
6
13.232
SBR Puram
688
Chittoor
Chowdepalle
Town
Santhagat, Chowdepalle Town
0
1
1
78.692
1
13.438
9
Chowdepalle
689
Chittoor
Chowdepalle
Town
Infront
of
Circle
Chowdepalle Town
1
0
1
78.692
8
13.433
3
Chowdepalle
690
Chittoor
GD Nellore
Rural
GD Nellore bus-stand
3
0
3
79.180
8
13.230
7
G.D.Nellore
parking place,
Office,
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Proposed Location for
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Coordinates
Fix
ed
PT
Z
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
691
Chittoor
Chittoor Mandal
NR Pet PS limits
Bangareddipalle
2
0
2
79.190
9
13.210
7
G.D.Nellore
692
Chittoor
Chittoor Mandal
NR Pet PS limits
Thalambedu cross
3
0
3
79.169
2
13.204
1
G.D.Nellore
693
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
VIP ENROUTE
&
IMPORTANAT
IDENTIFIED PLACES
GANTASALA
TIRUCHANUR.
3
1
4
79.448
14
13.609
09
DAMINEEDU
694
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
VIP ENROUTE
&
IMPORTANAT
IDENTIFIED PLACES
SBI ATM , NEAR TIRUCHANUR
PANCHAYAT OFFICE
3
3
79.448
34
13.607
27
DAMINEEDU
695
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
VIP ENROUTE
&
IMPORTANAT
IDENTIFIED PLACES
THOLAPPA
JUNCTION
3
3
79.452
01
13.607
26
DAMINEEDU
696
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
VIP ENROUTE
&
IMPORTANAT
IDENTIFIED PLACES
MAIN GATE OF AMMAVARI
TEMPLE
1
1
79.451
82
13.607
84
DAMINEEDU
697
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
VIP ENROUTE
&
IMPORTANAT
IDENTIFIED PLACES
SAMAJAM
STREET
KOTRAMANAGALAM
JUNCTION
4
4
79.451
84
13.608
28
DAMINEEDU
698
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
VIP ENROUTE
&
IMPORTANAT
IDENTIFIED PLACES
VAARTHA
CROSS/
HARIJANAWADA CROSS
4
5
79.453
01
13.612
62
DAMINEEDU
699
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
VIP ENROUTE
&
IMPORTANAT
IDENTIFIED PLACES
R.K.KALYANA
JUNCTION
3
3
79.449
54
13.605
43
DAMINEEDU
CIRCLE,
GARDEN
TO
ROAD
MANDAPAM
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Area
Proposed Location for
Installation
Quantity
Coordinates
Fix
ed
PT
Z
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
700
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
VIP ENROUTE
&
IMPORTANAT
IDENTIFIED PLACES
PANNERRKALVA CROSS
3
0
3
79.482
17
13.616
44
DAMINEEDU
701
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
VIP ENROUTE
&
IMPORTANAT
IDENTIFIED PLACES
MARK
VIDYALAYA
3
0
3
79.478
61
13.616
24
DAMINEEDU
702
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
VIP ENROUTE
&
IMPORTANAT
IDENTIFIED PLACES
INDIRAMMA HOUSE
3
0
3
79.468
81
13.615
89
DAMINEEDU
703
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
SRIKALAHASTHI
TOWN
VMC CIRCLE
0
1
1
79.707
59
13.748
75
SRIKALAHASTI
704
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
SRIKALAHASTHI
TOWN
MUNICIPAL OFFICER
3
3
79.709
32
13.746
95
SRIKALAHASTI
705
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
SRIKALAHASTHI
TOWN
NEAR MGM HOTEL
3
3
79.719
88
13.740
73
SRIKALAHASTI
706
Chittoor
K.Nagar Town
Gandla mitta junctin
4
4
0
4
79.446
86
13.421
72
Karvetinagar
707
Chittoor
Kuppam
town
Ramachandra road, junction, near
Canara bank.
1
0
1
83.717
5
12.749
2
TPT URBAN
RED
SANDAR
MOVEMENT
IN
TIRUPATI
SOUROUNDING
AREAS
THADA
KALVA
BRIDGE
THUMBURA THEERTHAM SIGN
BOARD
2
1
3
79.432
67
13.768
67
708
Chittoor
CHINMAYA
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710
District
Chittoor
Chittoor
Mandal/
Taluq
Area
Proposed Location for
Installation
Quantity
Coordinates
Nearest APSFL
PoP
Fix
ed
PT
Z
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
2
1
3
79.428
26
13.772
45
SETTIGUNTA
TPT URBAN
RED
SANDAR
MOVEMENT
IN
TIRUPATI
SOUROUNDING
AREAS
THUMBURA
BRIDGE
TPT URBAN
RED
SANDAR
MOVEMENT
IN
TIRUPATI
SOUROUNDING
AREAS
THATIMANUVANKA BRIDGE
2
1
3
79.425
14
13.775
03
SETTIGUNTA
MADHAVA NAIDU THOTA OPP.
TO KESAVA REDDY SCHOOL
2
1
3
79.421
83
13.778
SETTIGUNTA
THEERTHAM
711
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
RED
SANDAR
MOVEMENT
IN
TIRUPATI
SOUROUNDING
AREAS
712
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
RENIGUNTA RURAL
PS LIMITS
KUKKALADODDI VILLAGE
2
0
2
79.420
38
13.781
21
SETTIGUNTA
713
Chittoor
Gudipala
197 Ramapuram cross
Border to TN
197 Ramapuram cross Border to TN
2
0
2
79.184
13.092
6
197-Ramapuram
TPT URBAN
RED
SANDAR
MOVEMENT
IN
TIRUPATI
SOUROUNDING
AREAS
SRI VARI METTU ( KANCHI
BODU )
2
1
3
79.295
83
13.642
22
A.Rangampeta
714
Chittoor
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716
717
718
719
District
Chittoor
Chittoor
Chittoor
Chittoor
Chittoor
Mandal/
Taluq
Area
Quantity
Proposed Location for
Installation
Coordinates
Fix
ed
PT
Z
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
TPT URBAN
RED
SANDAR
MOVEMENT
IN
TIRUPATI
SOUROUNDING
AREAS
KUKKALA KONA CHECK POST
2
1
3
79.286
68
13.645
33
A.Rangampeta
TPT URBAN
RED
SANDAR
MOVEMENT
IN
TIRUPATI
SOUROUNDING
AREAS
CHEEKUMANU KONA
DUPPALA GADDA
2
1
3
79.260
37
13.658
27
A.Rangampeta
TPT URBAN
RED
SANDAR
MOVEMENT
IN
TIRUPATI
SOUROUNDING
AREAS
KALYANI DAM EAST POINT
(PEDDA KONDA)
2
1
3
79.272
43
13.658
47
A.Rangampeta
TPT URBAN
RED
SANDAR
MOVEMENT
IN
TIRUPATI
SOUROUNDING
AREAS
NEAR
SRIVIDYANIKETHAN
ENGINEERING
COLLEGE
CURVE
2
1
3
79.294
53
13.624
14
A.Rangampeta
TPT URBAN
RED
SANDAR
MOVEMENT
IN
TIRUPATI
SOUROUNDING
AREAS
WELL
2
1
3
79.272
61
13.612
17
A.Rangampeta
(OR)
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721
722
723
724
725
District
Chittoor
Chittoor
Chittoor
Chittoor
Chittoor
Chittoor
Mandal/
Taluq
Area
Quantity
Proposed Location for
Installation
Coordinates
Nearest APSFL
PoP
Fix
ed
PT
Z
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
1
3
79.288
69
13.620
7
A.Rangampeta
TPT URBAN
RED
SANDAR
MOVEMENT
IN
TIRUPATI
SOUROUNDING
AREAS
MOHAN BABU COLLEGE
2
TPT URBAN
RED
SANDAR
MOVEMENT
at
CHANDRAGIRI
PS
LIMITS
WAY TO NAGAIAHGARIPALLI
3
3
79.301
52
13.621
1
A.Rangampeta
TPT URBAN
RED
SANDAR
MOVEMENT
at
CHANDRAGIRI
PS
LIMITS
VIDYANIKETHAN
RAMIREDDIPALLI
WAY
TO
3
3
79.289
2
13.623
7
A.Rangampeta
TPT URBAN
RED
SANDAR
MOVEMENT
at
CHANDRAGIRI
PS
LIMITS
VIDYANIKETHAN
BANDARLAPALLI
WAY
TO
3
3
79.284
8
13.623
5
A.Rangampeta
TPT URBAN
RED
SANDAR
MOVEMENT
at
CHANDRAGIRI
PS
LIMITS
A.RANGAMPETA
4
4
79.278
16
13.623
7
A.Rangampeta
TPT URBAN
RED
SANDAR
MOVEMENT
at
CHANDRAGIRI
PS
LIMITS
WAY TO K.DAM TURNING
3
3
79.275
75
13.639
8
A.Rangampeta
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Area
Proposed Location for
Installation
Quantity
Fix
ed
726
727
728
729
730
Chittoor
Chittoor
Chittoor
Chittoor
Chittoor
PT
Z
Coordinates
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
TPT URBAN
RED
SANDAR
MOVEMENT
at
CHANDRAGIRI
PS
LIMITS
PTC K.DAM
3
3
79.269
61
13.645
1
A.Rangampeta
TPT URBAN
RED
SANDAR
MOVEMENT
at
CHANDRAGIRI
PS
LIMITS
THELLAMORALADARI
2
2
79.263
32
13.643
A.Rangampeta
TPT URBAN
RED
SANDAR
MOVEMENT
at
CHANDRAGIRI
PS
LIMITS
GAJENDRA REAL ESTATES
3
3
79.269
13
13.625
6
A.Rangampeta
TPT URBAN
RED
SANDAR
MOVEMENT
at
CHANDRAGIRI
PS
LIMITS
NARAVARIPALLI
6
6
79.263
37
13.623
6
A.Rangampeta
TPT URBAN
RED
SANDAR
MOVEMENT
at
CHANDRAGIRI
PS
LIMITS
KOTALA VILLAGE
3
3
79.279
38
13.603
3
A.Rangampeta
WAY TO N.V.PALLI
3
3
79.271
23
13.613
6
A.Rangampeta
PULLAIAHGARIPALLI
2
2
79.275
41
13.617
2
A.Rangampeta
731
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
RED
SANDAR
MOVEMENT
at
CHANDRAGIRI
PS
LIMITS
732
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
RED
SANDAR
MOVEMENT
at
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Taluq
Area
CHANDRAGIRI
LIMITS
733
734
735
736
737
Chittoor
Chittoor
Chittoor
Chittoor
Chittoor
Quantity
Proposed Location for
Installation
Coordinates
Fix
ed
PT
Z
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
PS
Penumuru
Raja indlu
On Nendragunta-Penumuru road
2
0
2
79.182
1
13.383
3
Achamma
Agraharam
TPT URBAN
RED
SANDAR
MOVEMENT
IN
TIRUPATI
SOUROUNDING
AREAS
KOTALA
CROSS
2
1
3
79.277
09
13.595
94
Agarala
TPT URBAN
RED
SANDAR
MOVEMENT
IN
TIRUPATI
SOUROUNDING
AREAS
NADIM PALLE BUS STOP
2
1
3
79.269
47
13.572
57
Agarala
TPT URBAN
RED
SANDAR
MOVEMENT
IN
TIRUPATI
SOUROUNDING
AREAS
MAMANDUR VILLAGE
2
1
3
79.246
34
13.557
99
Agarala
TPT URBAN
RED
SANDAR
MOVEMENT
IN
TIRUPATI
SOUROUNDING
AREAS
NEAR ITHE PALLE VILLAGE
2
1
3
79.279
5
13.579
03
Agarala
RAILWAY
LEVEL
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739
740
741
742
District
Chittoor
Chittoor
Chittoor
Chittoor
Chittoor
Mandal/
Taluq
Area
Proposed Location for
Installation
Quantity
Coordinates
Fix
ed
PT
Z
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
TPT URBAN
RED
SANDAR
MOVEMENT
IN
TIRUPATI
SOUROUNDING
AREAS
PULITLA VARI PALLE
2
1
3
79.281
81
13.583
78
Agarala
TPT URBAN
RED
SANDAR
MOVEMENT
IN
TIRUPATI
SOUROUNDING
AREAS
PULITLA VARI PALLE MAMIDI
THOTA 1.8 KM STONE
2
1
3
79.276
81
13.590
39
Agarala
TPT URBAN
RED
SANDAR
MOVEMENT
IN
TIRUPATI
SOUROUNDING
AREAS
KOTALA GATE
2
1
3
79.278
33
13.594
92
Agarala
TPT URBAN
RED
SANDAR
MOVEMENT
IN
TIRUPATI
SOUROUNDING
AREAS
AGARALA AKKAGARLA GUDI
2
1
3
79.294
72
13.577
72
Agarala
TPT URBAN
RED
SANDAR
MOVEMENT
IN
TIRUPATI
SOUROUNDING
AREAS
ITHE PALLE VILLAGE
2
1
3
79.281
23
13.581
99
Agarala
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744
745
746
747
District
Chittoor
Chittoor
Chittoor
Chittoor
Chittoor
Mandal/
Taluq
Area
Proposed Location for
Installation
Quantity
Coordinates
Fix
ed
PT
Z
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
TPT URBAN
RED
SANDAR
MOVEMENT
IN
TIRUPATI
SOUROUNDING
AREAS
COTTON MILL
2
1
3
79.276
22
13.575
14
Agarala
TPT URBAN
RED
SANDAR
MOVEMENT
IN
TIRUPATI
SOUROUNDING
AREAS
NADIM PALLE
2
1
3
79.258
18
13.570
33
Agarala
TPT URBAN
RED
SANDAR
MOVEMENT
IN
TIRUPATI
SOUROUNDING
AREAS
PRATHAP
REDDY
MANGO
PLANT ( NADIM PALLE )
2
1
3
79.263
19
13.565
36
Agarala
TPT URBAN
RED
SANDAR
MOVEMENT
IN
TIRUPATI
SOUROUNDING
AREAS
NADIM PALLE
2
1
3
79.259
19
13.565
13
Agarala
TPT URBAN
RED
SANDAR
MOVEMENT
IN
TIRUPATI
SOUROUNDING
AREAS
NADIM PALLE
2
1
3
79.262
18
13.569
25
Agarala
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749
750
751
752
753
District
Chittoor
Chittoor
Chittoor
Chittoor
Chittoor
Chittoor
Mandal/
Taluq
Area
Proposed Location for
Installation
Quantity
Coordinates
Fix
ed
PT
Z
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
TPT URBAN
RED
SANDAR
MOVEMENT
IN
TIRUPATI
SOUROUNDING
AREAS
RELIENCE TOWER ( NADIM
PALLE )
2
1
3
79.254
75
13.558
92
Agarala
TPT URBAN
RED
SANDAR
MOVEMENT
IN
TIRUPATI
SOUROUNDING
AREAS
KONGARAVARI PALLE
2
1
3
79.239
04
13.551
55
Agarala
TPT URBAN
RED
SANDAR
MOVEMENT
at
CHANDRAGIRI
PS
LIMITS
KOTA TURNING
3
3
79.298
95
13.579
1
Agarala
TPT URBAN
RED
SANDAR
MOVEMENT
at
CHANDRAGIRI
PS
LIMITS
OPP SISTINE FACTORY
3
3
79.293
32
13.579
2
Agarala
TPT URBAN
RED
SANDAR
MOVEMENT
at
CHANDRAGIRI
PS
LIMITS
ITHEPALLI
3
3
79.281
09
13.579
6
Agarala
TPT URBAN
RED
SANDAR
MOVEMENT
at
CHANDRAGIRI
PS
LIMITS
AMERICAN GUEST HOUSE
2
2
79.274
55
13.577
2
Agarala
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Taluq
Area
Proposed Location for
Installation
Quantity
Fix
ed
754
755
756
757
758
Chittoor
Chittoor
Chittoor
Chittoor
Chittoor
PT
Z
Coordinates
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
TPT URBAN
RED
SANDAR
MOVEMENT
at
CHANDRAGIRI
PS
LIMITS
MAMANDUR VILLAGE
2
2
79.268
55
13.574
86
Agarala
TPT URBAN
RED
SANDAR
MOVEMENT
at
CHANDRAGIRI
PS
LIMITS
H.P. PUNJABI DHABA
2
2
79.265
55
13.569
9
Agarala
TPT URBAN
RED
SANDAR
MOVEMENT
at
CHANDRAGIRI
PS
LIMITS
NADIMPALLI
2
2
79.262
13.567
3
Agarala
TPT URBAN
RED
SANDAR
MOVEMENT
at
CHANDRAGIRI
PS
LIMITS
KODANDARAMAPURAM
PANJABI DHABA
2
2
79.254
94
13.562
3
Agarala
TPT URBAN
RED
SANDAR
MOVEMENT
at
CHANDRAGIRI
PS
LIMITS
MUNGILIPATTU
2
2
79.247
96
13.559
Agarala
WAY TO A G PALLI
3
3
79.275
1
13.59
Agarala
RAILWAY GATE
0
3
79.277
12
13.595
9
Agarala
759
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
RED
SANDAR
MOVEMENT
at
CHANDRAGIRI
PS
LIMITS
760
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
RED
SANDAR
MOVEMENT
at
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Proposed Location for
Installation
Area
Quantity
Fix
ed
CHANDRAGIRI
LIMITS
PT
Z
Coordinates
Nearest APSFL
PoP
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
3
79.298
96
13.581
Agarala
PS
761
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
RED
SANDAR
MOVEMENT
at
CHANDRAGIRI
PS
LIMITS
762
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
Alipiri Footpath
ALIPIRI
MANDAPAM
763
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
Alipiri Footpath
DFMD CHECK POINT
764
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
Alipiri Footpath
GALIGOPURAM
DIVYADARSANAM
ISSUE COUNTER.
765
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
766
Chittoor
767
KOTA INSIDE
3
PAADAALA
2
1
3
79.404
92
13.647
28
Alipiri
2
1
3
79.404
59
13.647
76
Alipiri
TICKET
2
0
2
79.398
96
13.655
64
Alipiri
Alipiri Footpath
MM
OP
NEAR
ANJANEYASWAMY STATUE
2
0
2
79.384
17
13.660
04
Alipiri
TPT URBAN
Upghat Road
ALIPIRI CHECK POINT
2
0
2
79.402
42
13.646
97
Alipiri
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
Down Ghat Road
NEAR DEER PARK
2
1
3
79.388
94
13.659
54
Alipiri
768
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
Down Ghat Road
AT 35TH TURNING (NEAR
AMBULANCE PARKING PLACE)
1
0
1
79.391
52
13.659
8
Alipiri
769
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
Down Ghat Road
MALWAADI GUNDAM
1
0
1
79.417
81
13.656
86
Alipiri
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Taluq
Area
Proposed Location for
Installation
Quantity
Coordinates
Fix
ed
PT
Z
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
770
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
Down Ghat Road
VINAYAKASWAMY TEMPLE
2
0
1
79.413
53
13.655
53
Alipiri
771
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
VIP ENROUTE
&
IMPORTANAT
IDENTIFIED PLACES
NEW METERNITY JUNCTION
2
1
3
79.410
2
13.639
72
Alipiri
772
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
VIP ENROUTE
&
IMPORTANAT
IDENTIFIED PLACES
OLD MATERNITY JUNCION
4
1
5
79.413
41
13.638
76
Alipiri
773
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
VIP ENROUTE
&
IMPORTANAT
IDENTIFIED PLACES
VIVEKANANDA CIRCLE
4
1
5
79.409
26
13.642
42
Alipiri
774
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
VIP ENROUTE
&
IMPORTANAT
IDENTIFIED PLACES
WAY TO BVB SCHOOL
3
0
3
79.401
02
13.644
14
Alipiri
775
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
VIP ENROUTE
&
IMPORTANAT
IDENTIFIED PLACES
SVIMS HOSPITAL CIRCLE
2
0
2
79.405
09
13.637
78
Alipiri
OPP. TO DHYANARAMAM
2
1
3
79.413
59
13.650
14
Alipiri
776
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
RED
SANDAR
MOVEMENT
IN
TIRUPATI
SOUROUNDING
AREAS
777
Chittoor
Thavanampalle
Matyam cross
Matyam cross
2
0
2
78.98
13.265
2
Aragonda
778
Chittoor
Thavanampalle
A.Gollapalle
A.Gollapalle
2
0
2
78.943
13.270
Aragonda
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Area
Proposed Location for
Installation
Quantity
Fix
ed
PT
Z
Coordinates
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Nearest APSFL
PoP
Latitu
de
8
779
Chittoor
KVB Puram
Mareppareddy Kandriga
@ Srinivasapuram
FOREST Check Post
1
1
2
79.729
84
13.488
25
Arai
780
Chittoor
GD Nellore
Rural
Thugundram
3
0
3
79.267
1
13.190
8
Avalakonda
781
Chittoor
GD Nellore
Rural
Mittakothur cross
2
0
2
79.258
7
13.179
9
Avalakonda
782
Chittoor
Palasamudram
Rural
Rangapuram cross
3
0
3
79.296
64
13.193
28
Avalakonda
783
Chittoor
Chittoor Mandal
NR Pet PS limits
Ananthapuram
2
0
2
79.190
9
13.179
7
B.N.R.Peta
784
Chittoor
Palasamudram
Rural
Balijakandriga Junction
3
0
3
79.443
7
13.222
1
BALIJAKANDRIG
A
785
Chittoor
GD Nellore
Rural
Nellepalle cross
2
0
2
79.208
13.265
8
Bandarlapalli
TPT URBAN
RED
SANDAR
MOVEMENT
at
CHANDRAGIRI
PS
LIMITS
1ST TURNING
2
2
79.227
79
13.644
6
BHEEMAVARAM
TPT URBAN
RED
SANDAR
MOVEMENT
at
CHANDRAGIRI
PS
LIMITS
GANGAMMA TEMPLE
2
2
79.225
32
13.648
6
BHEEMAVARAM
786
787
Chittoor
Chittoor
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Taluq
Area
Proposed Location for
Installation
Quantity
Fix
ed
788
789
790
791
792
Chittoor
Chittoor
Chittoor
Chittoor
Chittoor
PT
Z
Coordinates
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
TPT URBAN
RED
SANDAR
MOVEMENT
at
CHANDRAGIRI
PS
LIMITS
SHESHAPURAM TEMPLE
3
3
79.252
97
13.622
8
BHEEMAVARAM
TPT URBAN
RED
SANDAR
MOVEMENT
at
CHANDRAGIRI
PS
LIMITS
B.KONGARAVARIPALLI
3
3
79.242
91
13.619
3
BHEEMAVARAM
TPT URBAN
RED
SANDAR
MOVEMENT
at
CHANDRAGIRI
PS
LIMITS
C.RAMAPURAM
3
3
79.232
38
13.614
8
BHEEMAVARAM
TPT URBAN
RED
SANDAR
MOVEMENT
at
CHANDRAGIRI
PS
LIMITS
BHEEMAVARAM VILLAGE
3
3
79.231
63
13.609
9
BHEEMAVARAM
TPT URBAN
RED
SANDAR
MOVEMENT
at
CHANDRAGIRI
PS
LIMITS
WAY TO KONREDDIKANDRIGA
3
3
79.221
14
13.610
4
BHEEMAVARAM
YELLAMPALLI CHERUVU
3
3
79.200
59
13.605
4
BHEEMAVARAM
MOOLAPALLI CROSS
3
3
79.215
88
13.598
7
BHEEMAVARAM
793
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
RED
SANDAR
MOVEMENT
at
CHANDRAGIRI
PS
LIMITS
794
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
RED
SANDAR
MOVEMENT
at
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Area
CHANDRAGIRI
LIMITS
Quantity
Proposed Location for
Installation
Coordinates
Fix
ed
PT
Z
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
PS
795
Chittoor
Chittoor Mandal
Rural
Gopalapuram Mitta
2
0
2
79.109
5
13.146
1
C.K.PALLI
796
Chittoor
Gudipala
Gudipala PS
Gudipala PS
2
0
2
79.133
6
13.092
6
C.K.PALLI
797
Chittoor
Gudipala
Gudipala cross
Gudipala cross
2
0
2
79.125
1
13.099
6
C.K.PALLI
798
Chittoor
Gudipala
Cheelapalle cross
Cheelapalle cross
2
0
2
79.120
9
13.121
7
C.K.PALLI
799
Chittoor
Palamaner
Mandal
NH-69 Palamaner
Charan Daba Hotel
3
0
3
78.722
5
13.199
9
CATTLE FORM
800
Chittoor
Palamaner
Mandal
NH-69 Palamaner town
Near Emmaus School, NH 42 Road
2
1
3
78.701
13.191
1
CATTLE FORM
801
Chittoor
Gangavaram PS
RTO checkpost
Near RTO check post, Kuppam T
junction, On Palamaner to Bangalore
road
3
0
3
78.705
2
13.195
9
CATTLE FORM
802
Chittoor
Gangavaram PS
Marrimakalapalil
Marrimakulapalli cross
2
0
2
78.704
02
13.195
44
CATTLE FORM
803
Chittoor
Ramasamudram
Rural
Chembakur bus stand
Ramasamudram Mandal
1
1
2
78.409
4
13.432
7
Chembakur
circle,
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Area
Proposed Location for
Installation
Quantity
Coordinates
Fix
ed
PT
Z
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
804
Chittoor
Ramasamudram
Town
Vasavi
Kalyana
mandapam,
Ramasamudram Town & Mandal
1
0
1
78.407
6
13.431
4
Chembakur
805
Chittoor
Ramasamudram
Rural
chembakurMadanapalleRamasamudram
road,
Ramasamudram Mandal
2
1
3
78.417
3
13.431
8
Chembakur
806
Chittoor
Sathyavedu
Cherivi Check post,
Sricity, Sathyavedu
Near Sri city
2
0
2
79.949
1
13.529
Chinnapandur
807
Chittoor
Irala
Y.S.Gate
Y.S.Gate
2
0
2
79.011
1
13.344
2
ChinnaVenkatamPall
i
808
Chittoor
Pulicherla
Pulicherla junction
3 roads junction
2
1
3
79.022
9
13.355
9
ChinnaVenkatamPall
i
809
Chittoor
Pakala
Damalacheruvu
High school gate
2
1
3
79.043
13.482
Damalacheruvu
810
Chittoor
Pakala
Railway station
Railway station exit
1
0
1
79.055
7
13.450
4
Damalacheruvu
811
Chittoor
Pakala
Mango nagar
Damalacheruvu-Mogarala road
2
1
3
79.055
7
13.475
1
Damalacheruvu
812
Chittoor
Sathyavedu
Dasukupam Panchayat
office,
Dasukupam
Village, Sathyavedu
Near Tamilnadu border
2
0
2
79.892
4
13.337
5
Dasukuppam
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Area
Proposed Location for
Installation
Quantity
Coordinates
Fix
ed
PT
Z
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
To identify Uthukotta
to
Nagalapuram Entering and Existing
vehicles Accidents and some other
illegal Activities
2
2
4
79.875
8
13.334
4
Dasukuppam
813
Chittoor
Nagalapuram
Surutupalli Temple main
gate
814
Chittoor
Puttur
Marati Gate
Marati Gate
4
0
4
79.561
13.418
Diguvaputtur
815
Chittoor
Puttur
KKC Collage
KKC Collage
2
0
2
79.562
13.401
9
Diguvaputtur
816
Chittoor
Puttur
Vepagunta cross
Vepagunta cross
2
0
2
79.568
13.387
Diguvaputtur
817
Chittoor
Nagari
Mittapalem Junction
Mittapalem Junction
2
0
2
79.567
19
13.316
62
Ekambarakuppam
818
Chittoor
Nagari
Sathrawada
Vinayaka
Temple, Near Water tank
Sathrawada Vinayaka Temple, Near
Water tank
2
0
2
79.531
84
13.322
54
Ekambarakuppam
819
Chittoor
Nagari
Sathrawada colony road
Near Sri Karivaradaraja
swamy temple, Nagari
Sathrawada
colony
road
Near Sri Karivaradaraja swamy
temple, Nagari
2
0
2
79.567
19
13.316
62
Ekambarakuppam
820
Chittoor
Nagari
Sathrawada
Grampanchayath office,
Sathrawada Grampanchayath office,
2
0
2
79.567
1
13.316
6
Ekambarakuppam
821
Chittoor
NINDRA
NETTERI CROSS
NETTERI CROSS ROAD
1
0
1
79.671
99
13.343
96
ELAKATUR
822
Chittoor
Punganur
Mandal
Ramasamudram road
Eatavakili T-Junction
1
1
2
78.524
48
13.363
69
Etavakili
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Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
823
Chittoor
Chittoor
District Court
Court Junction
3
0
3
79.102
13.221
Gandhi Road
824
Chittoor
Chittoor
Kattamanchi
Railway Bridge
0
0
3
79.102
5
13.221
89
Gandhi Road
825
Chittoor
Chittoor
Kanipakam Cross
Kanipakam Cross Junction
4
0
4
79.083
81
13.239
39
Gandhi Road
826
Chittoor
Chittoor
Poniyaman koil street
Arcot junction
1
0
1
79.099
13.216
11
Gandhi Road
827
Chittoor
Chittoor
Thotapalyam
Thotapalyam Junction
1
0
1
79.099
64
13.221
79
Gandhi Road
828
Chittoor
Chittoor
Thotapalyam
Lakshmi Theature
1
0
1
79.096
79
13.222
04
Gandhi Road
829
Chittoor
Chittoor
Govt.Hospital
Govt.Hospital Junction
2
0
2
79.093
6
13.217
2
Gandhi Road
830
Chittoor
Chittoor
MGR Street
MGR Street Junction
1
0
1
79.098
97
13.214
24
Gandhi Road
831
Chittoor
Chittoor
Santhpeta
Santhpeta Junction
1
0
1
79.095
24
13.228
67
Gandhi Road
832
Chittoor
Chittoor
Chittoor - Puttur Road
Durga Lodge Junction
3
0
3
79.102
1
13.216
7
Gandhi Road
833
Chittoor
Chittoor
Chittoor - Puttur Road
NTR Circle
4
0
4
79.101
7
13.216
8
Gandhi Road
834
Chittoor
Chittoor
Chittoor - Puttur Road
PCR Junction
4
0
4
79.100
7
13.216
7
Gandhi Road
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Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
835
Chittoor
Chittoor
Chittoor - Puttur Road
Gandhi Junction
4
0
4
79.100
5
13.216
5
Gandhi Road
836
Chittoor
Chittoor
Chittoor- Tirupathi Road
Chandhana Ramesh Junction
4
0
4
79.101
13.218
9
Gandhi Road
837
Chittoor
Chittoor
Chittoor- Tirupathi Road
Court Junction
3
0
4
79.102
13.221
Gandhi Road
838
Chittoor
Chittoor
Chittoor- Tirupathi Road
Railway Under Bridge Junction
2
0
2
79.102
5
13.221
9
Gandhi Road
839
Chittoor
Chittoor
Chittoor- Tirupathi Road
RR Lodge Recidency
4
0
4
79.104
4
13.223
3
Gandhi Road
840
Chittoor
Chittoor
Chittoor
Road
DEO office
2
0
2
79.098
13.213
8
Gandhi Road
841
Chittoor
Chittoor
INTERNAL JUNCTION
OF
CHITTOOR
I
TOWN PS LIMITS
MGR street Junction(near KMC
Chicken center)
4
0
4
79.093
4
13.213
8
Gandhi Road
842
Chittoor
Chittoor
INTERNAL JUNCTION
OF
CHITTOOR
I
TOWN PS LIMITS
Chintahmanu Junction
3
0
3
79.092
2
13.213
8
Gandhi Road
843
Chittoor
Chittoor
INTERNAL JUNCTION
OF
CHITTOOR
I
TOWN PS LIMITS
Hospital Junction
4
0
4
79.092
1
13.215
7
Gandhi Road
844
Chittoor
Chittoor
INTERNAL JUNCTION
OF
CHITTOOR
I
TOWN PS LIMITS
Khadhar Meran street
2
0
2
79.094
5
13.214
1
Gandhi Road
-
Palamaner
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Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
845
Chittoor
Chittoor
INTERNAL JUNCTION
OF
CHITTOOR
I
TOWN PS LIMITS
Shesa piran street
4
0
4
79.094
8
13.216
4
Gandhi Road
846
Chittoor
Chittoor
INTERNAL JUNCTION
OF
CHITTOOR
I
TOWN PS LIMITS
D.N.R.Cycle shop Junction
4
0
4
79.097
4
13.217
4
Gandhi Road
847
Chittoor
Chittoor
INTERNAL JUNCTION
OF
CHITTOOR
I
TOWN PS LIMITS
Sundaraiah street Junction
2
0
2
79.098
5
13.217
2
Gandhi Road
848
Chittoor
Chittoor
INTERNAL JUNCTION
OF
CHITTOOR
I
TOWN PS LIMITS
Agarwal Junction
4
0
4
79.098
9
13.217
3
Gandhi Road
849
Chittoor
Chittoor
INTERNAL JUNCTION
OF
CHITTOOR
I
TOWN PS LIMITS
Flower market
2
0
2
79.099
5
13.217
2
Gandhi Road
850
Chittoor
Chittoor
INTERNAL JUNCTION
OF
CHITTOOR
I
TOWN PS LIMITS
Town Bank
2
0
2
79.099
8
13.217
2
Gandhi Road
851
Chittoor
Chittoor
INTERNAL JUNCTION
OF
CHITTOOR
I
TOWN PS LIMITS
Arkadu building Junction
4
4
79.098
9
13.216
2
Gandhi Road
852
Chittoor
Chittoor
INTERNAL JUNCTION
OF
CHITTOOR
I
TOWN PS LIMITS
IFO Church
2
2
79.096
8
13.217
3
Gandhi Road
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Z
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
853
Chittoor
Chittoor
INTERNAL JUNCTION
OF
CHITTOOR
I
TOWN PS LIMITS
Vepamanu street
2
0
2
79.095
5
13.217
2
Gandhi Road
854
Chittoor
Chittoor
INTERNAL JUNCTION
OF
CHITTOOR
I
TOWN PS LIMITS
Market showk
2
0
2
79.095
2
13.217
2
Gandhi Road
855
Chittoor
Chittoor
INTERNAL JUNCTION
OF
CHITTOOR
I
TOWN PS LIMITS
Kainikattu street`
2
0
2
79.092
9
13.214
4
Gandhi Road
856
Chittoor
Chittoor
INTERNAL JUNCTION
OF
CHITTOOR
I
TOWN PS LIMITS
Kummaravedi Junction
3
0
3
79.098
5
13.215
1
Gandhi Road
857
Chittoor
Chittoor
Bans Hotel
TPT- BNGL bye pass road
2
1
3
79.082
7
13.236
1
Gandhi Road
858
Chittoor
Chittoor
Kanipakam Junction
TPT- BNGL bye pass road
2
2
4
79.083
8
13.239
4
Gandhi Road
859
Chittoor
Chittoor
Tenebanda cross
TPT- BNGL bye pass road
2
0
2
79.088
4
13.218
2
Gandhi Road
860
Chittoor
Chittoor
Hospital Road
Lord Sivaalayam
2
0
2
79.093
3
13.219
Gandhi Road
861
Chittoor
Chittoor
Bazar Junction
Bazaar street
2
0
2
79.097
4
13.219
2
Gandhi Road
862
Chittoor
Chittoor
Lakshmi
Junction
Chittoor- Kanipakam road
2
0
2
79.097
7
13.222
4
Gandhi Road
Theatre
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Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
863
Chittoor
Chittoor
Gandhi road Junction
Chittoor- Kanipakam road
2
0
2
79.100
5
13.221
4
Gandhi Road
864
Chittoor
Chittoor
Janda Manu street
Internal road
2
0
2
79.099
13.220
4
Gandhi Road
865
Chittoor
Chittoor
Brahman Street
Internal road
2
0
2
79.096
7
13.220
7
Gandhi Road
866
Chittoor
Chittoor
Rama Koil street
Internal road
2
0
2
79.097
4
13.218
2
Gandhi Road
867
Chittoor
Chittoor
Old Market street
Internal road
2
0
2
79.094
5
13.218
4
Gandhi Road
868
Chittoor
Chittoor
OTK road
Internal road
2
0
2
79.099
13.218
6
Gandhi Road
869
Chittoor
Chittoor
Pathi Junction
Internal road
2
0
2
79.099
1
13.219
3
Gandhi Road
870
Chittoor
Chittoor
Santhapet
Ragimanu Junction
2
1
3
79.095
3
13.228
6
Gandhi Road
871
Chittoor
Chittoor
Santhapet
Mangasamudram Cross
2
0
2
79.084
3
13.239
1
Gandhi Road
872
Chittoor
Chittoor
Yellamma Street
T Junction
2
0
2
79.097
1
13.228
7
Gandhi Road
873
Chittoor
Chittoor
Ganganapalli
Camford School
2
0
2
79.088
6
13.214
9
Gandhi Road
874
Chittoor
Chittoor
Ramnagar Colony
Vinayaka Temple
2
0
2
79.087
13.215
Gandhi Road
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Coordinates
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Nearest APSFL
PoP
Latitu
de
3
875
Chittoor
Chittoor
RTC 1 Depo Road
T junction
2
0
2
79.093
4
13.214
9
Gandhi Road
876
Chittoor
Chittoor Mandal
Rural
SITAMS college
2
0
2
79.097
3
13.25
Gandhi Road
877
Chittoor
Gangavaram PS
Thathireddpali village
Thathireddypalli cross
2
0
2
78.598
03
13.188
36
GUNDIGAL
878
Chittoor
Gangavaram PS
Near Gandrajupalli
Gorreladoddi cross
2
0
2
78.580
5
13.193
3
GUNDIGAL
879
Chittoor
Gangavaram PS
PeddaUggini cross
Peddaugni cross
2
0
2
78.580
75
13.193
56
GUNDIGAL
880
Chittoor
Gangavaram PS
Jangalapalli village
Jangalapalli cross
2
0
2
78.553
4
13.194
2
GUNDIGAL
881
Chittoor
Gangavaram PS
Bandindlu village
Bandindlu cross
2
0
2
78.567
4
13.193
6
GUNDIGAL
882
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
VIP ENROUTE
&
IMPORTANAT
IDENTIFIED PLACES
AIRPORT
GATE
2
0
2
79.542
56
13.636
56
Guravarajupalli
883
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
VIP ENROUTE
&
IMPORTANAT
IDENTIFIED PLACES
AIRPORT "T" JUNCTION
3
0
3
79.535
64
13.635
01
Guravarajupalli
884
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
VIP ENROUTE
&
IMPORTANAT
IDENTIFIED PLACES
PAPANAIDUPET CROSS
3
0
3
79.516
62
13.633
93
Guravarajupalli
COMPOUND
WALL
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PT
Z
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
885
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
VIP ENROUTE
&
IMPORTANAT
IDENTIFIED PLACES
RAMAKRISHNAPURAM
JUNCTION
4
1
5
79.512
5
13.639
13
Guravarajupalli
886
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
VIP ENROUTE
&
IMPORTANAT
IDENTIFIED PLACES
YOGANANTHA ENGG.COLLEGE
3
0
3
79.514
24
13.622
07
Guravarajupalli
887
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
VIP ENROUTE
&
IMPORTANAT
IDENTIFIED PLACES
IT PARK ROAD
3
1
4
79.533
25
13.643
48
Guravarajupalli
888
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
VIP ENROUTE
&
IMPORTANAT
IDENTIFIED PLACES
VINSARI CROSS ROAD
3
0
3
79.531
79
13.648
58
Guravarajupalli
889
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
VIP ENROUTE
&
IMPORTANAT
IDENTIFIED PLACES
GURAVA RAJU PALLE CIRCLE
4
1
5
79.520
16
13.643
28
Guravarajupalli
890
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
VIP ENROUTE
&
IMPORTANAT
IDENTIFIED PLACES
RAMANA VILAS CIRCLE
8
1
9
79.513
94
13.642
64
Guravarajupalli
891
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
VIP ENROUTE
&
IMPORTANAT
IDENTIFIED PLACES
OLD RENIGUNTA CIRCLE
3
0
3
79.509
29
13.642
79
Guravarajupalli
892
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
RENIGUNTA RURAL
PS LIMITS
ANNASWAMY PALLI CROSS
2
1
3
79.502
68
13.637
06
Guravarajupalli
893
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
RENIGUNTA RURAL
PS LIMITS
N.T.R. CIRCLE
3
1
4
79.503
95
13.637
25
Guravarajupalli
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STATUE
(RTC BUS
Coordinates
Nearest APSFL
PoP
Fix
ed
PT
Z
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
3
1
4
79.505
42
13.636
81
Guravarajupalli
2
0
2
79.505
01
13.633
94
Guravarajupalli
2
0
2
79.506
13
13.637
89
Guravarajupalli
894
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
RENIGUNTA RURAL
PS LIMITS
GANDHI
STAND)
895
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
RENIGUNTA RURAL
PS LIMITS
PADMA THEATER
896
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
RENIGUNTA RURAL
PS LIMITS
RAILWAY RESERVATION
ENTRANCE
897
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
RENIGUNTA RURAL
PS LIMITS
OLD CHECK POST
3
1
4
79.509
26
13.642
8
Guravarajupalli
898
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
RENIGUNTA RURAL
PS LIMITS
JYOTHI NAGAR CIRCLE
3
1
4
79.509
26
13.639
Guravarajupalli
899
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
RENIGUNTA RURAL
PS LIMITS
RAMAKRISHNA
CIRCLE
3
1
4
79.512
51
13.639
13
Guravarajupalli
900
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
RENIGUNTA RURAL
PS LIMITS
RAMANA VILAS CIRCLE
8
1
5
79.513
97
13.642
65
Guravarajupalli
901
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
RENIGUNTA RURAL
PS LIMITS
GURAVARAJUPALLI CROSS
2
0
2
79.519
72
13.643
06
Guravarajupalli
902
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
RENIGUNTA RURAL
PS LIMITS
VINSARI JUICE FACTORY NEAR
ΓÇ£TΓÇ¥ JUNCTION, AIRPORT
CIRCLE
3
1
4
79.531
78
13.648
62
Guravarajupalli
903
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
RENIGUNTA RURAL
PS LIMITS
GUTHIVARIPALLI
VILLAGE
(ANJANEYA SWAMY TEMPLE)
2
0
2
79.542
67
13.651
19
Guravarajupalli
904
Chittoor
Bangarupalem PS
KG satram village
KG Satram, On
Palamaner road
2
0
2
78.989
69
13.197
44
K.G.Satram
AT
PURAM
Chittoor
to
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Fix
ed
PT
Z
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
905
Chittoor
Bangarupalem PS
Near
Thumbakuppam
village
Thumbakuppam
cross,
On
Bangarupalem to thavanampalli road
Via Aragonda road
2
0
2
78.978
87
13.197
6
K.G.Satram
906
Chittoor
Palamaner
Mandal
SH-32 Gudiyatham road
M.Koturu Cross
Road
2
0
2
78.774
4
13.120
5
Kadirimadugu
907
Chittoor
Palamaner
Mandal
SH-32 Gudiyatham road
Musalimadugu villge
2
0
2
78.777
7
13.154
2
Kadirimadugu
908
Chittoor
Palamaner
Mandal
SH-32 Gudiyatham road
Kalavapalli village
2
0
2
78.774
3
13.126
2
Kadirimadugu
909
Chittoor
Palamaner
Mandal
TN Border, Palamaner
Mandal
Dommaripapamma Temple SH 32
Road
3
0
3
78.785
5
13.110
2
Kadirimadugu
910
Chittoor
Vijaypuram
KV Puram Check post
KV Puram Check post
2
0
2
79.645
8
13.307
6
Kalikapuram
911
Chittoor
Gangavaram PS
Near Malleru village
Appinapalli cross
2
0
2
78.724
42
13.254
04
KALLUPALLI
912
Chittoor
Gangavaram PS
Budidapalli cross
2
0
2
78.720
92
13.268
25
KALLUPALLI
913
Chittoor
Puttur
Vishnumahal
Vishnumahal
2
0
2
79.548
13.437
Kalyana puram
914
Chittoor
Puttur
Chick Ban Hotel
Chick Ban Hotel
2
0
2
79.55
13.433
Kalyana puram
915
Chittoor
Puttur
Himaja School
Himaja School
2
0
2
79.544
6
13.437
7
Kalyana puram
SH-32
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Fix
ed
PT
Z
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
916
Chittoor
Puttur
Aretamma temple
Aretamma temple
2
0
2
79.543
3
13.438
Kalyana puram
917
Chittoor
Puttur
Saibaba Temple Street
Saibaba Temple Street
2
0
2
79.552
13.436
Kalyana puram
918
Chittoor
Puttur
RTC Bus Stand
RTC Bus Stand
1
0
3
79.553
13.435
Kalyana puram
919
Chittoor
Puttur
NGOΓÇÖs colony
NGOΓÇÖs colony
2
0
2
79.555
13.432
Kalyana puram
920
Chittoor
Puttur
RDM Gate
RDM Gate
3
0
3
79.556
13.431
Kalyana puram
921
Chittoor
Puttur
N.Vanam junction
N.Vanam junction
4
0
4
79.56
13.43
Kalyana puram
922
Chittoor
Somala
Rural
Kanduru village, Somala mandal
3
1
4
78.773
8
13.554
9
Kandur
923
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
VIP ENROUTE
&
IMPORTANAT
IDENTIFIED PLACES
SV
COLLEGE
COLLEGE
2
0
2
79.485
84
13.661
14
Karakambadi
924
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
VIP ENROUTE
&
IMPORTANAT
IDENTIFIED PLACES
RAIWAY LEVEL CROSS
2
0
2
79.512
29
13.655
24
Karakambadi
925
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
VIP ENROUTE
&
IMPORTANAT
IDENTIFIED PLACES
KATTA PUTTALAMMA TEMPLE
3
0
3
79.513
71
13.667
11
Karakambadi
OF
ENG.
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Area
Proposed Location for
Installation
Quantity
Coordinates
Fix
ed
PT
Z
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
926
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
VIP ENROUTE
&
IMPORTANAT
IDENTIFIED PLACES
RAIWAY UNDER BRIDGE
5
0
5
79.513
28
13.669
73
Karakambadi
927
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
VIP ENROUTE
&
IMPORTANAT
IDENTIFIED PLACES
INFRONT OF KARAKAMBADI
SCHOOL
3
0
3
79.511
61
13.669
91
Karakambadi
928
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
VIP ENROUTE
&
IMPORTANAT
IDENTIFIED PLACES
VENKATA PURAM CROSS
3
0
3
79.496
26
13.665
27
Karakambadi
929
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
VIP ENROUTE
&
IMPORTANAT
IDENTIFIED PLACES
LIC TRAINING CENTER
3
0
3
79.487
74
13.662
93
Karakambadi
930
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
VIP ENROUTE
&
IMPORTANAT
IDENTIFIED PLACES
SVC ENGINEERING COLLEGE
CIRCLE
2
0
2
79.487
58
13.662
12
Karakambadi
931
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
SANDAR MOVEMENT
at RENIGUNTA PS
LIMITS
ANNAMACHARYA
FRONT SIDE
2
1
3
79.496
99
13.666
84
Karakambadi
932
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
SANDAR MOVEMENT
at RENIGUNTA PS
LIMITS
AMARA RAJA FACTORY BACK
SIDE
2
1
3
79.500
43
13.672
4
Karakambadi
933
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
SANDAR MOVEMENT
at RENIGUNTA PS
LIMITS
TARAKA
RAMA
COLONY BACK SIDE
2
1
3
79.495
62
13.680
94
Karakambadi
COLLEGE
NAGAR
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934
935
936
937
938
939
District
Chittoor
Chittoor
Chittoor
Chittoor
Chittoor
Chittoor
Mandal/
Taluq
Area
Quantity
Proposed Location for
Installation
Coordinates
Nearest APSFL
PoP
Fix
ed
PT
Z
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
2
1
3
79.485
31
13.691
14
Karakambadi
TPT URBAN
SANDAR MOVEMENT
at RENIGUNTA PS
LIMITS
CHAITANYA
PURAM
COLONY BACK SIDE
TPT URBAN
RED
SANDAR
MOVEMENT
IN
TIRUPATI
SOUROUNDING
AREAS
LIC TRAINING CENTER
3
1
3
79.485
69
13.662
79
Karakambadi
TPT URBAN
RED
SANDAR
MOVEMENT
IN
TIRUPATI
SOUROUNDING
AREAS
POULTRY FORM
2
1
3
79.491
39
13.663
61
Karakambadi
TPT URBAN
RED
SANDAR
MOVEMENT
IN
TIRUPATI
SOUROUNDING
AREAS
KANUMA
DARI
AT
SUB
STATION - KARAKAMBADI
ROAD - VENKATA PURAM
2
1
3
79.510
83
13.681
94
Karakambadi
TPT URBAN
RED
SANDAR
MOVEMENT
IN
TIRUPATI
SOUROUNDING
AREAS
CHAITANYA PURAM
2
1
3
79.489
72
13.697
78
Karakambadi
TPT URBAN
RED
SANDAR
MOVEMENT
IN
TIRUPATI
SOUROUNDING
LIC DONGALA DAARI
2
1
3
79.484
22
13.662
42
Karakambadi
ST
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Area
Quantity
Proposed Location for
Installation
Coordinates
Nearest APSFL
PoP
Fix
ed
PT
Z
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
2
1
3
79.493
33
13.664
25
Karakambadi
AREAS
940
941
942
943
944
Chittoor
Chittoor
Chittoor
Chittoor
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
RED
SANDAR
MOVEMENT
IN
TIRUPATI
SOUROUNDING
AREAS
SHESHACHALA
SECOND
POULTRY
MIDDLE WAY
TPT URBAN
RED
SANDAR
MOVEMENT
IN
TIRUPATI
SOUROUNDING
AREAS
ANNAMACHARYA
HOSTEL
CHINTHAMANU WAY
2
1
3
79.502
42
13.667
34
Karakambadi
TPT URBAN
RED
SANDAR
MOVEMENT
IN
TIRUPATI
SOUROUNDING
AREAS
SUB
STATION
KARAKAMBADI
2
1
3
79.506
8
13.668
53
Karakambadi
TPT URBAN
RED
SANDAR
MOVEMENT
IN
TIRUPATI
SOUROUNDING
AREAS
CHINTHAKONA
WAY
AMARARAJA FACTORY WAY
2
1
3
79.509
71
13.672
02
Karakambadi
TPT URBAN
RED
SANDAR
MOVEMENT
IN
TIRUPATI
SOUROUNDING
MUGGURALLA RIVULET WAY
AT THARAKARAMA NAGAR
2
1
3
79.498
64
13.677
64
Karakambadi
NAGAR
FORM
AT
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Area
Proposed Location for
Installation
Quantity
Coordinates
Fix
ed
PT
Z
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
AREAS
945
946
947
948
949
Chittoor
Chittoor
Chittoor
Chittoor
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
RED
SANDAR
MOVEMENT
IN
TIRUPATI
SOUROUNDING
AREAS
ELAKAMANU
WAY
THARAKARAMA NAGAR
2
1
3
79.495
22
13.682
56
Karakambadi
TPT URBAN
RED
SANDAR
MOVEMENT
IN
TIRUPATI
SOUROUNDING
AREAS
THENDRAGUNTA BRIDGE WAY
LEADS TO KRISHNA PURAM
2
1
3
79.490
85
13.700
32
Karakambadi
TPT URBAN
RED
SANDAR
MOVEMENT
IN
TIRUPATI
SOUROUNDING
AREAS
THENDRAGUNTA - CHAKRALA
WAY
2
1
3
79.487
07
13.709
53
Karakambadi
TPT URBAN
RED
SANDAR
MOVEMENT
IN
TIRUPATI
SOUROUNDING
AREAS
MAMANDURU
RAILWAY BRIDGE
2
1
3
79.485
78
13.716
17
Karakambadi
TPT URBAN
RED
SANDAR
MOVEMENT
IN
TIRUPATI
SOUROUNDING
KODUR 30 KM STONE NEAR
BRIDGE
2
1
3
79.485
19
13.719
97
Karakambadi
BORDER
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Area
Proposed Location for
Installation
Quantity
Coordinates
Fix
ed
PT
Z
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
AREAS
950
951
952
Chittoor
Chittoor
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
RED
SANDAR
MOVEMENT
IN
TIRUPATI
SOUROUNDING
AREAS
IN BETWEEN 31 & 30 KM STONE
BRIDGE
2
1
3
79.471
28
13.736
49
Karakambadi
TPT URBAN
RED
SANDAR
MOVEMENT
IN
TIRUPATI
SOUROUNDING
AREAS
PRAKRUTHI BATA BRIDGE
2
1
3
79.469
88
13.736
98
Karakambadi
TPT URBAN
RED
SANDAR
MOVEMENT
IN
TIRUPATI
SOUROUNDING
AREAS
MAMANUDUR FOREST OFFICE
2
1
3
79.460
79
13.746
85
Karakambadi
OPP. TO
COLLEGE
2
1
3
79.500
19
13.666
59
Karakambadi
KATTAPUTTALAMMA TEMPLE
ON RGT-KODUR MAIN ROAD
3
1
4
79.513
79
13.667
03
Karakambadi
953
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
RED
SANDAR
MOVEMENT
IN
TIRUPATI
SOUROUNDING
AREAS
954
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
RENIGUNTA RURAL
PS LIMITS
ANNAMACHARYA
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Area
Proposed Location for
Installation
Quantity
Coordinates
Fix
ed
PT
Z
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
955
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
RENIGUNTA RURAL
PS LIMITS
DODLAMITTA B.C. COLONY
2
0
2
79.512
49
13.676
51
Karakambadi
956
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
RENIGUNTA RURAL
PS LIMITS
RASS
BUILDING
NEAR
CHAITHANYA PURAM CROSS
2
0
2
79.490
86
13.700
91
Karakambadi
957
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
RENIGUNTA RURAL
PS LIMITS
MAMANDURU VILLAGE
2
0
2
79.458
81
13.748
82
Karakambadi
958
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
RENIGUNTA RURAL
PS LIMITS
VENKATAPURAM
CROSS ROAD
3
1
4
79.496
29
13.665
33
Karakambadi
959
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
RENIGUNTA RURAL
PS LIMITS
NEAR
KARAKAMBADI
RAILWAY GATE (TOWARDS
AMARA RAJA FACTORY)
3
1
4
79.512
96
13.671
66
Karakambadi
960
Chittoor
S.R.Puram
Kothapallimitta Junctin
4
4
0
4
79.254
9
13.292
95
Katikapalle
961
Chittoor
Chittoor
Kattamanchi
Kattamanchi Y Junction
3
0
3
79.110
5
13.228
31
KATTAMANCHI
962
Chittoor
Chittoor
Kongareddi Palli
Udipi junction
2
0
2
79.107
91
13.216
KATTAMANCHI
963
Chittoor
Chittoor
Chittoor - Puttur Road
Industrial estate 3rd cross
3
0
3
79.125
2
13.221
7
KATTAMANCHI
964
Chittoor
Chittoor
Chittoor - Puttur Road
Giravani Degree college, opposite
FCI Gowdown
3
0
3
79.124
6
13.222
2
KATTAMANCHI
965
Chittoor
Chittoor
Chittoor - Puttur Road
Vijayanaar Junction
3
0
3
79.121
4
13.220
5
KATTAMANCHI
VILLAGE
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Area
Proposed Location for
Installation
Quantity
Coordinates
Fix
ed
PT
Z
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
966
Chittoor
Chittoor
Chittoor - Puttur Road
ITI Junction
3
0
3
79.120
7
13.219
7
KATTAMANCHI
967
Chittoor
Chittoor
Chittoor - Puttur Road
SBI Colony
3
0
3
79.118
6
13.218
6
KATTAMANCHI
968
Chittoor
Chittoor
Chittoor - Puttur Road
Showkar suleman colony
2
0
2
79.118
4
13.218
5
KATTAMANCHI
969
Chittoor
Chittoor
Chittoor - Puttur Road
Commissioner Banglaw road
1
0
1
79.118
3
13.218
5
KATTAMANCHI
970
Chittoor
Chittoor
Chittoor - Puttur Road
Kongareddy palli, karimariayamman
Temple Junction
1
0
1
79.114
3
13.216
KATTAMANCHI
971
Chittoor
Chittoor
Chittoor - Puttur Road
State Bank of Mysore Junction
1
0
1
79.112
28
13.215
68
KATTAMANCHI
972
Chittoor
Chittoor
Chittoor - Puttur Road
Shermon school Junction
3
0
3
79.112
3
13.215
7
KATTAMANCHI
973
Chittoor
Chittoor
Chittoor - Puttur Road
Lakshminagar Junction
4
0
4
79.110
1
13.215
5
KATTAMANCHI
974
Chittoor
Chittoor
Chittoor - Puttur Road
Udepi Hotel Junction
3
0
3
79.107
9
13.215
5
KATTAMANCHI
975
Chittoor
Chittoor
Chittoor - Puttur Road
Collector bungalow junction
3
0
3
79.107
13.216
2
KATTAMANCHI
976
Chittoor
Chittoor
Chittoor - Puttur Road
RTC Junctions
3
0
3
79.105
9
13.216
6
KATTAMANCHI
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Area
Proposed Location for
Installation
Quantity
Coordinates
Fix
ed
PT
Z
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
977
Chittoor
Chittoor
Chittoor - Puttur Road
Muncipal office Junction
3
0
3
79.104
3
13.215
8
KATTAMANCHI
978
Chittoor
Chittoor
Chittoor - Puttur Road
Over bridge
2
0
2
79.103
5
13.216
7
KATTAMANCHI
979
Chittoor
Chittoor
Chittoor- Tirupathi Road
Lawers colony Junction
3
0
3
79.108
6
13.226
9
KATTAMANCHI
980
Chittoor
Chittoor
Chittoor- Tirupathi Road
Sai baba Temple
1
0
2
79.108
8
13.227
1
KATTAMANCHI
981
Chittoor
Chittoor
Chittoor- Tirupathi Road
Kattamanchi Y-Junction
3
0
3
79.108
8
13.227
1
KATTAMANCHI
982
Chittoor
Chittoor
Chittoor- Tirupathi Road
Chowtapalli Junction
3
0
3
79.110
9
13.232
6
KATTAMANCHI
983
Chittoor
Chittoor
Chittoor- Tirupathi Road
Dhoddipalli Junction
3
0
3
79.114
1
13.234
9
KATTAMANCHI
984
Chittoor
Chittoor
INTERNAL JUNCTION
OF
CHITTOOR
I
TOWN PS LIMITS
Forest office Opp Judge quarters
2
0
2
79.107
1
13.214
5
KATTAMANCHI
985
Chittoor
Chittoor
INTERNAL JUNCTION
OF
CHITTOOR
I
TOWN PS LIMITS
B.V.Reddy junction
2
0
2
79.107
1
13.213
8
KATTAMANCHI
986
Chittoor
Chittoor
INTERNAL JUNCTION
OF
CHITTOOR
I
TOWN PS LIMITS
1st Railway gate road
2
0
2
79.107
3
13.212
8
KATTAMANCHI
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Area
Proposed Location for
Installation
Quantity
Coordinates
Fix
ed
PT
Z
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
987
Chittoor
Chittoor
INTERNAL JUNCTION
OF
CHITTOOR
I
TOWN PS LIMITS
L.N.Colony
2
0
2
79.111
2
13.212
6
KATTAMANCHI
988
Chittoor
Chittoor
INTERNAL JUNCTION
OF
CHITTOOR
I
TOWN PS LIMITS
CMT road
2
0
2
79.110
9
13.215
4
KATTAMANCHI
989
Chittoor
Chittoor
INTERNAL JUNCTION
OF
CHITTOOR
I
TOWN PS LIMITS
Venkateswara Colony
2
0
2
79.114
9
13.214
KATTAMANCHI
990
Chittoor
Chittoor
INTERNAL JUNCTION
OF
CHITTOOR
I
TOWN PS LIMITS
Mangala Colony
2
0
2
79.116
9
13.211
8
KATTAMANCHI
991
Chittoor
Chittoor
INTERNAL JUNCTION
OF
CHITTOOR
I
TOWN PS LIMITS
Saibaba temple
0
0
2
79.116
4
13.211
9
KATTAMANCHI
992
Chittoor
Chittoor
INTERNAL JUNCTION
OF
CHITTOOR
I
TOWN PS LIMITS
B.V.Reddy Bungalow
2
0
2
79.107
8
13.213
3
KATTAMANCHI
993
Chittoor
Chittoor
INTERNAL JUNCTION
OF
CHITTOOR
I
TOWN PS LIMITS
Comford School Junction
3
0
3
79.115
8
13.215
1
KATTAMANCHI
994
Chittoor
Chittoor
INTERNAL JUNCTION
OF
CHITTOOR
I
TOWN PS LIMITS
RK Model school
2
0
2
79.108
3
13.218
KATTAMANCHI
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Quantity
Proposed Location for
Installation
Area
Coordinates
Fix
ed
PT
Z
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
995
Chittoor
Chittoor
INTERNAL JUNCTION
OF
CHITTOOR
I
TOWN PS LIMITS
Muruganipalli
3
0
3
79.119
1
13.220
2
KATTAMANCHI
996
Chittoor
Chittoor
INTERNAL JUNCTION
OF
CHITTOOR
I
TOWN PS LIMITS
Municipal Bus stand
2
0
2
79.107
7
13.218
8
KATTAMANCHI
997
Chittoor
Chittoor
INTERNAL JUNCTION
OF
CHITTOOR
I
TOWN PS LIMITS
RTC Bus stand
1
0
6
79.106
2
13.219
8
KATTAMANCHI
998
Chittoor
Chittoor
INTERNAL JUNCTION
OF
CHITTOOR
I
TOWN PS LIMITS
Suryaprathap Kalyana mandapam
2
0
2
79.106
3
13.224
9
KATTAMANCHI
999
Chittoor
Palamaner
Mandal
Kuppam Road
road
NH 42
Moram village road,
2
1
3
78.688
2
13.167
Kolamasanapalle
1000
Chittoor
Palamaner
Mandal
Kuppam Road
road
NH 42
3
0
3
78.673
1
13.152
9
Kolamasanapalle
1001
Chittoor
Palamaner
Mandal
Kuppam Road
road
NH 42
Belupalli cross, NH42 road
2
0
2
78.645
1
13.148
4
Kolamasanapalle
1002
Chittoor
N.Vanam
Palamangalam junction
1.opposite
to
elakatoor
road
2. opposite to Palamangalam north
road
2
0
2
79.681
99
13.410
55
Koppedu
1003
Chittoor
Pichatur
Keelapudi
Jalakanteswara Swamy Temple
1
0
1
79.717
21
13.397
75
Koppedu
Kolamasanapalle village,
road
NH 42
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Area
Proposed Location for
Installation
Quantity
Coordinates
Fix
ed
PT
Z
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
1004
Chittoor
NINDRA
NINDRA
NINDRA CROSS ROAD, NEAR
SUGAR FACTORY
2
0
2
79.713
97
13.398
58
Koppedu
1005
Chittoor
NINDRA
NINDRA
KOPPEDU
1
0
1
79.705
28
13.409
68
Koppedu
1006
Chittoor
Vijaypuram
Kanakammasatram
Kanakammasatram
2
0
2
79.753
6
13.206
7
Kosalanagaram
1007
Chittoor
Vijaypuram
Patha archot
Patha archot
2
0
2
79.709
4
13.226
5
Kosalanagaram
1008
Chittoor
Punganur
Mandal
Punganur ΓÇô MPL road
Bodevaripalle Cross
1
0
1
78.542
04
13.481
34
KOTAGADDA
1009
Chittoor
Punganur
Mandal
Madanapalle road
Edigapalle T-Junction, Chembakur
road
0
1
1
78.540
98
13.468
75
KOTAGADDA
1010
Chittoor
Punganur
Mandal
Madanapalle road, near
Edigapalle
Edigapalle AMC Check post
1
0
1
78.541
07
13.471
25
KOTAGADDA
1011
Chittoor
Gudupalli
NH 42
PES Medical college. And Hospital NH 219
2
0
2
78.363
2
12.790
2
Laxmipuram
1012
Chittoor
Gudupalli
other road
Settipalli Village
2
0
2
78.359
8
12.783
4
Laxmipuram
1013
Chittoor
Irala (Kanipakam
PS limits)
Chigarapalle cross
Chigarapalle cross
2
0
2
79.038
6
13.293
6
Madhipatlapalle
1014
Chittoor
Irala (Kanipakam
PS limits)
Maddipatlapalle cross
Maddipatlapalle cross
2
0
2
79.029
4
13.318
5
Madhipatlapalle
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Proposed Location for
Installation
Area
Coordinates
Fix
ed
PT
Z
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
1015
Chittoor
Irala (Kanipakam
PS limits)
Chintagubbalapalle cross
Chintagubbalapalle cross
2
0
2
79.021
5
13.318
5
Madhipatlapalle
1016
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
VIP ENROUTE
&
IMPORTANAT
IDENTIFIED PLACES
BONTHALAMMA TEMPLE
4
1
5
79.440
94
13.646
08
Mangalam
1017
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
VIP ENROUTE
&
IMPORTANAT
IDENTIFIED PLACES
UPADHYA
NAGAR
CROSS
(GRAND WORLD CROSS)
3
0
3
79.438
88
13.645
31
Mangalam
1018
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
VIP ENROUTE
&
IMPORTANAT
IDENTIFIED PLACES
JEEVAKONA TEMPLE
2
0
2
79.429
23
13.657
17
Mangalam
1019
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
VIP ENROUTE
&
IMPORTANAT
IDENTIFIED PLACES
NEW BALAJI COLONY (ALIPIRI
PS LIMITS)
2
0
2
79.432
4
13.657
33
Mangalam
1020
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
VIP ENROUTE
&
IMPORTANAT
IDENTIFIED PLACES
RAGHAVENDRA
JUNCTION
2
0
2
79.432
4
13.648
79
Mangalam
1021
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
VIP ENROUTE
&
IMPORTANAT
IDENTIFIED PLACES
RAJIV GANDHI COLONY
2
0
2
79.431
92
13.654
49
Mangalam
1022
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
VIP ENROUTE
&
IMPORTANAT
IDENTIFIED PLACES
AMBEDKAR
JEEVA KONA
2
0
2
79.429
75
13.652
4
Mangalam
1023
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
VIP ENROUTE
IMPORTANAT
GURUKRUPA VIDYA MANDIR
2
0
2
79.429
53
13.654
66
Mangalam
&
NAGAR
STATUE
ΓÇô
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Proposed Location for
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Nearest APSFL
PoP
Fix
ed
PT
Z
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
2
0
2
79.427
51
13.656
63
Mangalam
2
0
2
79.427
62
13.655
54
Mangalam
IDENTIFIED PLACES
1024
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
VIP ENROUTE
&
IMPORTANAT
IDENTIFIED PLACES
VISWAM HIGH SCHOOL
1025
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
VIP ENROUTE
&
IMPORTANAT
IDENTIFIED PLACES
BIO ACQUA
CIRCLE
KRANTHI NAGAR
1026
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
VIP ENROUTE
&
IMPORTANAT
IDENTIFIED PLACES
VENKATA GIRI HIGH SCHOOL
CROSS ROAD
2
0
2
79.431
91
13.654
49
Mangalam
1027
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
VIP ENROUTE
&
IMPORTANAT
IDENTIFIED PLACES
SLV NAGAR NEAR HILL
2
0
2
79.433
2
13.657
28
Mangalam
1028
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
VIP ENROUTE
&
IMPORTANAT
IDENTIFIED PLACES
SLV NAGAR 4TH STREET
2
0
2
79.434
2
13.655
85
Mangalam
1029
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
VIP ENROUTE
&
IMPORTANAT
IDENTIFIED PLACES
TEMPLE BELLS APARTMENTS
CROSS
ROAD.
OPP.
TO
SAROVAR HOTEL
2
0
2
79.436
39
13.655
02
Mangalam
1030
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
VIP ENROUTE
&
IMPORTANAT
IDENTIFIED PLACES
SAROVAR HOTLE TURNING
ΓÇô UPADYA NAGAR
2
0
2
79.438
99
13.655
11
Mangalam
ΓÇô
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District
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Mandal/
Taluq
Area
Proposed Location for
Installation
Quantity
Coordinates
Fix
ed
PT
Z
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
TPT URBAN
VIP ENROUTE
&
IMPORTANAT
IDENTIFIED PLACES
ACQUA CHOICE WATER POINT
ΓÇô REDDI GUNTA
2
0
2
79.445
21
13.650
18
Mangalam
ROUTE TO
WORLD
2
1
3
79.439
32
13.657
73
Mangalam
1032
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
RED
SANDAR
MOVEMENT
IN
TIRUPATI
SOUROUNDING
AREAS
1033
Chittoor
Bangarupalem PS
Doracheruvu
Doracheruvu turning
2
0
2
78.817
3
13.192
7
Mogili
1034
Chittoor
Bangarupalem PS
Near Indira Nagar
Gandhi dabha, near, On Chittoor to
Palamaner road
2
0
2
78.869
77
13.188
53
Mogili
1035
Chittoor
Yadamari
Kammarayanimitta
Kammarayanimitta
2
0
2
79.060
2
13.183
8
MORDHANAPALLI
1036
Chittoor
Yadamari
Lakshmaiahkandiga
Lakshmaiahkandiga
2
0
2
79.048
13.195
MORDHANAPALLI
1037
Chittoor
Yadamari
PES School
PES School
2
0
2
79.039
5
13.194
3
MORDHANAPALLI
1038
Chittoor
Yadamari
Amara Raja
Amara Raja
2
0
2
79.032
5
13.193
9
MORDHANAPALLI
BESIDE
GRAND
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Proposed Location for
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Quantity
Coordinates
Fix
ed
PT
Z
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
1039
Chittoor
Bangarupalem
Near mittapalli village
Asha dabha, near Mittapalli village,
On Chittoor to Palamaner road
2
0
2
79.016
61
13.194
97
MORDHANAPALLI
1040
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
RENIGUNTA RURAL
PS LIMITS
R. MALLAVARAM
(SAIBABA TEMPLE)
2
0
2
79.557
92
13.661
23
Munagalapalem
1041
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
RENIGUNTA RURAL
PS LIMITS
DIGUVA
VILLAGE
2
0
2
79.564
21
13.662
96
Munagalapalem
1042
Chittoor
Yadamari
Kannikapuram
check
post Border to TN
Kannikapuram check post Border to
TN
2
1
3
78.984
4
13.086
2
Muthuramapuram
1043
Chittoor
Yadamari
Kottalam
Kottalam
2
0
2
79.000
8
13.064
1
Muthuramapuram
1044
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
RC PURAM
RC PURAM ΓÇô AMC CHECK
POST
3
1
4
79.401
48
13.552
56
Nadavalur
1045
Chittoor
Irala
Polakala
Polakala
2
0
2
78.973
5
13.447
5
Nampalle
1046
Chittoor
Somala
Rural
Peddaupparapalle Village, Bus stand
circle, Somala Mandal
2
1
3
78.849
4
13.446
2
Nanjampeta
1047
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
VIP ENROUTE
&
IMPORTANAT
IDENTIFIED PLACES
TANDLAM CROSS
2
0
2
79.468
53
13.596
48
Padipeta
VILLAGE,
MALLAVARAM
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Area
Proposed Location for
Installation
Quantity
Coordinates
Fix
ed
PT
Z
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
1048
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
VIP ENROUTE
&
IMPORTANAT
IDENTIFIED PLACES
GOSALA AND GRAVE YARD
JUNCTION NEAR SAPTHAGIRI
GRAMEENA BANK.
4
1
5
79.450
97
13.604
63
Padipeta
1049
Chittoor
Thavanampalle
Mynagundlapalle cross
Mynagundlapalle cross
2
0
2
79.069
13.262
2
Paipalli
1050
Chittoor
Thavanampalle
Patnam cross
Patnam cross
2
1
3
79.057
8
13.262
6
Paipalli
1051
Chittoor
Irala (Kanipakam
PS limits)
Agarampalle cross
Agarampalle cross
3
0
3
79.042
13.276
9
Paipalli
TPT URBAN
RED
SANDAR
MOVEMENT
IN
TIRUPATI
SOUROUNDING
AREAS
GOLLA PALLE - BUGGAM
GUNTA
BASE
CAMP
TOWARDS DEVUDI KONA - 5
KM
2
1
3
79.510
42
13.816
97
Pallam
TPT URBAN
RED
SANDAR
MOVEMENT
IN
TIRUPATI
SOUROUNDING
AREAS
YEALKU
MANU
ROUTE
TOWARDS
UPPU
KONA
PUTRALA GUNDAM - YELIMI
GUDDU KONA - BALA PALLE SETTI GUNTA
2
1
3
79.512
86
13.828
67
Pallam
1052
1053
Chittoor
Chittoor
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Quantity
Coordinates
Fix
ed
PT
Z
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
1054
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
RED
SANDAR
MOVEMENT
IN
TIRUPATI
SOUROUNDING
AREAS
1055
Chittoor
Gangavaram PS
Mamadugu cross
Mamadugu cross, On Palamaner to
Bangalore NH 69
2
0
2
78.668
51
13.191
83
Pathikonda
1056
Chittoor
Gangavaram PS
Govinda settee palli
Govinda settypalli cross
2
0
2
78.668
2
13.192
09
Pathikonda
1057
Chittoor
Gangavaram PS
Pathikonda village
Pathikonda village, nedigunta cross
2
0
2
78.637
3
13.182
8
Pathikonda
1058
Chittoor
Gangavaram PS
Ponnumakalapalli
village
Ponnumakalapalli village
2
0
2
78.620
2
13.181
Pathikonda
TPT URBAN
RED
SANDAR
MOVEMENT
IN
TIRUPATI
SOUROUNDING
AREAS
LAKSHMI PURAM
LEVEL CROSS
2
1
3
79.343
62
13.616
13
PERUMALLAPALL
I
TPT URBAN
RED
SANDAR
MOVEMENT
IN
TIRUPATI
SOUROUNDING
AREAS
RAILWAY
UNDER
BRIDGE
NEAR
NALLAGANGAMMA
TEMPLE
2
1
3
79.339
81
13.615
46
PERUMALLAPALL
I
1059
1060
Chittoor
Chittoor
KALAM
PALLE
TOWARDS
YADARAIAH GUNDU BASE
CAMP - UTHALA KONA KANAM BAVI RASTA - BALA
PALLE - SETTI GUNTA
2
1
3
79.510
86
13.849
47
Pallam
RAILWAY
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1062
1063
1064
1065
1066
District
Chittoor
Chittoor
Chittoor
Chittoor
Chittoor
Chittoor
Mandal/
Taluq
Area
Proposed Location for
Installation
Quantity
Coordinates
Fix
ed
PT
Z
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
TPT URBAN
RED
SANDAR
MOVEMENT
IN
TIRUPATI
SOUROUNDING
AREAS
RAILWAY
UNDER
BRIDGE
NEAR AKKAGARLA TEMPLE
2
1
3
79.336
13.614
76
PERUMALLAPALL
I
TPT URBAN
RED
SANDAR
MOVEMENT
IN
TIRUPATI
SOUROUNDING
AREAS
LAKSHMI PURAM CHERUVU
LOADING POINT ( PERUMALA
PALLE )
2
1
3
79.341
56
13.609
22
PERUMALLAPALL
I
TPT URBAN
RED
SANDAR
MOVEMENT
IN
TIRUPATI
SOUROUNDING
AREAS
SRINI VASA MANGA PURAM &
KALURU JUNCTION
2
1
3
79.333
5
13.609
47
PERUMALLAPALL
I
TPT URBAN
RED
SANDAR
MOVEMENT
at
CHANDRAGIRI
PS
LIMITS
NEW CHERLOPALLI CIRCLE
3
3
79.332
16
13.610
8
PERUMALLAPALL
I
TPT URBAN
RED
SANDAR
MOVEMENT
at
CHANDRAGIRI
PS
LIMITS
HEERA COLLAGE
3
3
79.333
65
13.592
71
PERUMALLAPALL
I
TPT URBAN
RED
SANDAR
MOVEMENT
at
CHANDRAGIRI
PS
LIMITS
THONDAWADA ARCH
3
3
79.337
1
13.593
7
PERUMALLAPALL
I
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Quantity
Proposed Location for
Installation
Area
Fix
ed
1067
Chittoor
PT
Z
Coordinates
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
TPT URBAN
RED
SANDAR
MOVEMENT
at
CHANDRAGIRI
PS
LIMITS
MUKKOTI TEMPLE
2
2
79.341
31
13.597
5
PERUMALLAPALL
I
PLR CANDY
3
3
79.340
22
13.599
7
PERUMALLAPALL
I
1068
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
RED
SANDAR
MOVEMENT
at
CHANDRAGIRI
PS
LIMITS
1069
Chittoor
Irala
Patoor cross
Patoor cross
3
0
3
79.030
8
13.428
9
Polakala
1070
Chittoor
Irala
Gundlapalle
Gundlapalle
2
0
2
79.035
7
13.447
5
Polakala
1071
Chittoor
Punganur
Mandal
Madanapalle road
Sugalimitta Junction Point
1
0
1
78.546
09
13.433
65
RAMPALLI
1072
Chittoor
Punganur
Mandal
Madanapalle road
M.C. Palle, Junction Point
1
0
1
78.548
34
13.420
31
RAMPALLI
1073
Chittoor
Punganur
Mandal
Madanapalle road
Poojaganipalle T-Junction
1
0
1
78.549
34
13.416
65
RAMPALLI
1074
Chittoor
Punganur
Mandal
Nallaguttapalle
village
Sugar
factory
Y-Junction
(Nallagutlapalle Thanda)
1
0
1
78.558
91
13.429
41
RAMPALLI
1075
Chittoor
Punganur
Mandal
Gadadesi
Sugar Factory
Gadadesi
1
0
1
78.570
75
13.428
26
RAMPALLI
1076
Chittoor
Punganur
Mandal
Sugar factory area
Sugar Factory
0
1
1
78.574
91
13.423
77
RAMPALLI
thanda
Y-Junction
at
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Area
Quantity
Proposed Location for
Installation
Fix
ed
PT
Z
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
0
1
1
78.574
57
13.420
3
RAMPALLI
Chittoor
Punganur
Mandal
Sugar factory area
Sugar Factory
Raganipalle
1078
Chittoor
Punganur
Mandal
Madanapalle road
Rampalle
1
0
1
78.554
43
13.397
65
RAMPALLI
1079
Chittoor
Punganur
Mandal
Madanapalle road
Bhimaganipalle
1
0
1
78.551
71
13.405
17
RAMPALLI
TPT URBAN
RED
SANDAR
MOVEMENT
at
CHANDRAGIRI
PS
LIMITS
THONDAWADA CIRCLE
4
4
79.340
02
13.587
3
Sanambatla
THONDAWADA VILLAGE
3
3
79.338
4
13.591
8
Sanambatla
Chittoor
at
Nearest APSFL
PoP
1077
1080
Y-Junction
Coordinates
1081
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
RED
SANDAR
MOVEMENT
at
CHANDRAGIRI
PS
LIMITS
1082
Chittoor
Punganur
Mandal
Palamaner road
Kondasamudram T-Junction
1
0
1
78.599
53
13.342
51
Sri Ramapuram
1083
Chittoor
Punganur
Mandal
Palamaner road
Gudisibanda T-Junction
1
0
1
78.616
78
13.337
44
Sri Ramapuram
1084
Chittoor
Punganur
Mandal
Ethuru village
Eathuru Junction
1
0
1
78.612
24
13.357
69
Sri Ramapuram
1085
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
TIRUMALA TOWN
PEDESTRIAN ENTRANCE
2
1
3
79.351
82
13.672
38
Tirumala
1086
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
TIRUMALA TOWN
GNC ENTRANCE CHECKING
5
1
6
79.351
24
13.673
12
Tirumala
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Proposed Location for
Installation
Quantity
Coordinates
Fix
ed
PT
Z
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
1087
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
TIRUMALA TOWN
ANNAMAIAH BHAVAN
3
1
4
79.348
82
13.674
51
Tirumala
1088
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
TIRUMALA TOWN
ASWINI HOSPITAL CIRCLE
4
1
5
79.348
11
13.676
91
Tirumala
1089
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
TIRUMALA TOWN
SPGH TIRUMALA
4
1
5
79.345
86
13.677
45
Tirumala
1090
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
TIRUMALA TOWN
VAIKUNTAM 1 QUE COMPLEX
3
1
4
79.345
98
13.680
19
Tirumala
1091
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
TIRUMALA TOWN
GOKULAM JUNCTION
4
0
4
79.344
87
13.678
33
Tirumala
1092
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
TIRUMALA TOWN
SREE VARI METTU
3
1
4
79.342
74
13.676
76
Tirumala
1093
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
TIRUMALA TOWN
SVGH JUNCTION
3
1
4
79.341
58
13.679
2
Tirumala
1094
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
TIRUMALA TOWN
VAIKUNTAM 2 QUE COMPLEX
3
1
4
79.343
71
13.682
9
Tirumala
1095
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
TIRUMALA TOWN
WAY TO SILA THORANAM
3
0
3
79.343
97
13.685
26
Tirumala
1096
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
TIRUMALA TOWN
MEDARAMITTA RING ROAD
3
1
4
79.345
91
13.685
52
Tirumala
1097
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
TIRUMALA TOWN
VARAHA SWAMY CIRCLE
4
1
5
79.348
79
13.686
68
Tirumala
1098
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
TIRUMALA TOWN
PAPAVINASANAM CIRCLE
3
1
4
79.349
13.686
Tirumala
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Area
Quantity
Proposed Location for
Installation
Fix
ed
1099
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
TIRUMALA TOWN
PAPAVINASANAM
CIRCLE
1100
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
TIRUMALA TOWN
1101
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
1102
Chittoor
1103
OUTER
PT
Z
Coordinates
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
95
44
Nearest APSFL
PoP
3
1
4
79.351
94
13.689
12
Tirumala
PACHI KALAVA JUNCTION
3
1
4
79.354
29
13.683
22
Tirumala
TIRUMALA TOWN
NEAR
BALAJI
JUNCTION
3
1
4
79.353
66
13.679
18
Tirumala
TPT URBAN
TIRUMALA TOWN
PAC III JUNCTION
3
1
4
79.353
36
13.677
92
Tirumala
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
TIRUMALA TOWN
HVDC CROSS
3
1
4
79.351
32
13.671
8
Tirumala
1104
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
TIRUMALA TOWN
RTC BUS STAND
1
1
4
79.350
59
13.677
46
Tirumala
1105
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
TIRUMALA TOWN
SNC CIRCLE
3
1
4
79.350
52
13.677
96
Tirumala
1106
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
TIRUMALA TOWN
VAARTHA OFFICE POINT
2
0
2
79.349
91
13.678
Tirumala
1107
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
TIRUMALA TOWN
POST OFFICE TURNING
2
0
2
79.348
35
13.678
19
Tirumala
1108
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
TIRUMALA TOWN
NAAMALU CIRCLE
3
1
4
79.348
63
13.678
93
Tirumala
1109
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
TIRUMALA TOWN
SMC JUNCTION
4
1
5
79.348
91
13.680
08
Tirumala
COLONY
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Proposed Location for
Installation
Quantity
Coordinates
Fix
ed
PT
Z
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
1110
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
TIRUMALA TOWN
SOUTH - WEST MADA CORNER
2
1
3
79.345
99
13.682
68
Tirumala
1111
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
TIRUMALA TOWN
NORTH - WEST MADA CORNER
2
1
3
79.345
74
13.684
83
Tirumala
1112
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
TIRUMALA TOWN
NEAR LADDU COUNTER
2
1
3
79.346
74
13.683
61
Tirumala
1113
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
TIRUMALA TOWN
LADDU COUNTER
2
1
3
79.346
74
13.683
87
Tirumala
1114
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
TIRUMALA TOWN
SOUTH - EAST CORNER
2
1
3
79.348
14
13.682
89
Tirumala
1115
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
TIRUMALA TOWN
TEMPLE ENTRANCE
2
1
3
79.347
99
13.683
38
Tirumala
1116
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
TIRUMALA TOWN
NORTH - EAST CORNER
2
1
3
79.348
4
13.685
03
Tirumala
1117
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
TIRUMALA TOWN
COCONUT BREAK POINT
4
1
5
79.349
09
13.683
38
Tirumala
1118
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
TIRUMALA TOWN
KALYANAKATTA ARCH
3
0
3
79.349
3
13.682
81
Tirumala
1119
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
TIRUMALA TOWN
ASTANA MANDAPAM CROSS
2
1
3
79.349
99
13.683
46
Tirumala
1120
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
TIRUMALA TOWN
KALYANAKATTA JUNCTION
4
0
4
79.349
59
13.681
82
Tirumala
1121
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
TIRUMALA TOWN
SHOPPING COMPLEX ARCH
3
1
4
79.350
13.681
Tirumala
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ed
PT
Z
Coordinates
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
18
91
Nearest APSFL
PoP
1122
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
TIRUMALA TOWN
DMB ROAD JUNCTION
3
1
4
79.350
11
13.680
73
Tirumala
1123
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
TIRUMALA TOWN
CRO OFFICE
3
1
4
79.350
8
13.678
71
Tirumala
1124
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
TIRUMALA TOWN
FILTER HOUSE CIRCLE
5
1
6
79.351
02
13.680
65
Tirumala
1125
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
TIRUMALA TOWN
SAPTAGIRI GUEST HOUSE
3
1
4
79.350
78
13.681
92
Tirumala
1126
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
TIRUMALA TOWN
RBGH BUS STAND
5
1
6
79.351
63
13.684
54
Tirumala
1127
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
TIRUMALA TOWN
SRIVATSAVA RESTAURENT
3
1
4
79.350
08
13.685
37
Tirumala
1128
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
TIRUMALA TOWN
NEAR SUPATHAM ENTRANCE
3
1
4
79.347
86
13.682
78
Tirumala
1129
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
TIRUMALA TOWN
NEAR
POINT
2
0
2
79.347
44
13.682
74
Tirumala
1130
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
TIRUMALA TOWN
SOUTH
MIDDLE
GALLERY GATE
2
1
3
79.346
88
13.682
69
Tirumala
1131
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
TIRUMALA TOWN
WEST MIDDLE PTZ + GALLERY
GATE
7
1
8
79.345
96
13.683
66
Tirumala
1132
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
TIRUMALA TOWN
NORTH
MIDDLE
GALLERY GATE
9
1
10
79.347
05
13.685
03
Tirumala
FOOTOVER
BRIDGE
PTZ
PTZ
+
+
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Proposed Location for
Installation
Quantity
Coordinates
Fix
ed
PT
Z
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
1133
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
TIRUMALA TOWN
EAST MIDDLE PTZ + GALLERY
GATE
11
1
12
79.348
23
13.683
95
Tirumala
1134
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
TIRUMALA TOWN
ATC CAR PARKING
2
1
3
79.344
64
13.681
31
Tirumala
1135
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
TIRUMALA TOWN
ENTRY TO NARAYANAGIRI
PARK NEAR MBC
2
1
3
79.340
36
13.681
29
Tirumala
1136
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
TIRUMALA TOWN
SV MUSEUM POINT
2
1
3
79.343
79
13.683
91
Tirumala
1137
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
TIRUMALA TOWN
LUGGAGE COLLECTION POINT,
OLD ANNADAANAM CENTRE
2
1
3
79.350
25
13.682
58
Tirumala
1138
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
TIRUMALA TOWN
NEAR RAAVICHETTU , OLD
ANNADANAM CIRCLE
2
1
3
79.350
44
13.682
97
Tirumala
1139
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
TIRUMALA TOWN
GOLLAMANDAPAM TO COVER
OPEN PLACE
2
1
3
79.348
26
13.683
31
Tirumala
1140
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
TIRUMALA TOWN
INSIDE OF PAC-I (AT LEAST 2
CAMERAS IN EACH HALL)
2
0
2
79.351
84
13.677
73
Tirumala
1141
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
TIRUMALA TOWN
INSIDE OF PAC-II (AT LEAST 2
CAMERAS IN EACH HALL)
2
0
2
79.352
24
13.676
48
Tirumala
1142
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
TIRUMALA TOWN
INSIDE OF PAC-III (AT LEAST 2
CAMERAS IN EACH HALL)
2
0
2
79.352
77
13.677
22
Tirumala
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Proposed Location for
Installation
Coordinates
Fix
ed
PT
Z
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
1143
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
TIRUMALA TOWN
IN
FRONT
OF
NADANEERAJANAM TO COVER
ENTIRE OPEN PLACE
2
1
3
79.348
96
13.682
98
Tirumala
1144
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
TIRUMALA TOWN
IN FRONT OF KALYANAKATTA
OPEN PLACE
2
1
3
79.349
44
13.682
39
Tirumala
1145
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
TIRUMALA TOWN
PAC-III PARKING PLACE
2
1
3
79.352
66
13.678
6
Tirumala
1146
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
TIRUMALA TOWN
RAMBAGEECHA
PLACE
PARKING
2
1
3
79.352
29
13.684
55
Tirumala
1147
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
TIRUMALA TOWN
MALLAKUNTA
PLACE
PARKING
2
1
3
79.349
74
13.680
17
Tirumala
1148
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
TIRUMALA TOWN
ATC CAR PARKING PLACE
2
1
3
79.345
52
13.681
18
Tirumala
1149
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
TIRUMALA TOWN
MBC-34 PARKING PLACE
2
1
3
79.342
17
13.678
49
Tirumala
1150
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
TIRUMALA TOWN
BOARDING POINTS IN RTC BUS
STAND
2
1
3
79.350
16
13.676
88
Tirumala
1151
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
TIRUMALA TOWN
ENTRANCE
NANDAKAM
PLACE
OF
2
1
3
79.350
94
13.685
36
Tirumala
1152
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
TIRUMALA TOWN
ENTRANCE
PLACE
KOUSTHUBHAM
OF
2
1
3
79.352
96
13.679
72
Tirumala
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Proposed Location for
Installation
Coordinates
Nearest APSFL
PoP
Fix
ed
PT
Z
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
2
1
3
79.353
01
13.698
51
Tirumala
1153
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
TIRUMALA TOWN
PARVETI MANDAPAM WAY
LEEDS TO OLD ANNAMAIAH
ROUTE
THROUGH
SREEGANDHAM PLANTATION
AREA
1154
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
TIRUMALA TOWN
VEDHA PATASAL ENTRY
2
1
3
79.337
8
13.687
31
Tirumala
1155
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
TIRUMALA TOWN
WAY TO ALL INDIA RADIO
JUNCTION
3
1
4
79.341
12
13.685
91
Tirumala
1156
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
TIRUMALA TOWN
ENTRANCE
PAADAALU
2
1
3
79.328
78
13.684
4
Tirumala
1157
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
TIRUMALA TOWN
NEAR VENUGOPAL
TEMPLE
2
1
3
79.345
13
13.704
05
Tirumala
1158
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
TIRUMALA TOWN
AAKASAGANGA ENTRANCE
2
1
3
79.341
23
13.706
15
Tirumala
1159
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
TIRUMALA TOWN
JAAPALI
POINT
2
1
3
79.340
71
13.701
19
Tirumala
1160
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
TIRUMALA TOWN
FOREST CHECK POST
2
0
2
79.345
88
13.717
2
Tirumala
1161
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
ALL
ROOMS
ALLOTMENT PLACES
SUB-ENQUIRIES
HVC
2
0
2
79.351
01
13.675
02
Tirumala
1162
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
ALL
ROOMS
ALLOTMENT PLACES
ANC
2
0
2
79.350
82
13.676
34
Tirumala
OF
SREEVARI
TEMPLE
SWAMY
ENTRY
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Area
Proposed Location for
Installation
Quantity
Coordinates
Fix
ed
PT
Z
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
SUB-ENQUIRIES
1163
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
ALL
ROOMS
ALLOTMENT PLACES
SUB-ENQUIRIES
GNC
2
0
2
79.350
14
13.673
39
Tirumala
1164
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
ALL
ROOMS
ALLOTMENT PLACES
SUB-ENQUIRIES
SNC
2
0
2
79.349
66
13.678
42
Tirumala
1165
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
ALL
ROOMS
ALLOTMENT PLACES
SUB-ENQUIRIES
SMC
2
0
2
79.348
79
13.679
79
Tirumala
1166
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
ALL
ROOMS
ALLOTMENT PLACES
SUB-ENQUIRIES
MBC
2
0
2
79.340
88
13.678
18
Tirumala
1167
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
ALL
ROOMS
ALLOTMENT PLACES
SUB-ENQUIRIES
NANDAKAM
2
0
2
79.350
53
13.685
8
Tirumala
1168
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
ALL
ROOMS
ALLOTMENT PLACES
SUB-ENQUIRIES
KOUSTUBHAM
2
0
2
79.353
43
13.680
2
Tirumala
1169
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
Alipiri Footpath
NARSIMHASWAMY TEMPLE
2
0
2
79.365
71
13.664
69
Tirumala
1170
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
Alipiri Footpath
MOKAALIMITTA
2
1
3
79.354
89
13.666
51
Tirumala
1171
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
Srivari Footpath
DFMD CHECK POINT
2
1
3
79.342
13.675
Tirumala
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Area
Proposed Location for
Installation
Quantity
Fix
ed
PT
Z
Coordinates
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
97
53
Nearest APSFL
PoP
2
0
2
79.337
26
13.661
8
Tirumala
2
0
2
79.341
53
13.672
72
Tirumala
STAMPING POINT
2
1
3
79.342
76
13.674
17
Tirumala
Upghat Road
AT 12TH KM
1
0
1
79.354
74
13.647
17
Tirumala
TPT URBAN
Upghat Road
AT 6TH KM
1
0
1
79.345
38
13.655
07
Tirumala
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
Upghat Road
AT HARINI
2
1
3
79.347
88
13.658
12
Tirumala
1178
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
Upghat Road
LINK ROAD
1
0
1
79.353
7
13.665
61
Tirumala
1179
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
Upghat Road
WAY TO
SANNIDHI
1
0
1
79.353
72
13.667
32
Tirumala
1180
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
Upghat Road
NEAR 2ND KM
1
0
1
79.347
38
13.669
Tirumala
1181
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
Upghat Road
DIVYARAAMAM
2
1
3
79.350
42
13.669
13
Tirumala
1182
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
Down Ghat Road
MOKAALIMITTA
2
0
1
79.352
49
13.670
2
Tirumala
1172
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
Srivari Footpath
LUGGAGE CENTRE
1173
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
Srivari Footpath
DIVYADARSANAM
ISSUE COUNTER.
1174
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
Srivari Footpath
1175
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
1176
Chittoor
1177
TICKET
BASHYAKAARLA
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Proposed Location for
Installation
Quantity
Coordinates
Fix
ed
PT
Z
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
1183
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
Down Ghat Road
AKKAGAARLA TEMPLE
1
0
1
79.358
7
13.664
88
Tirumala
1184
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
Down Ghat Road
NARSIMHA SWAMY TEMPLE
1
0
1
79.362
55
13.664
51
Tirumala
1185
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
Down Ghat Road
ELEPHANT ARCH
1
0
1
79.367
81
13.666
97
Tirumala
SRIVARI METLU
2
2
79.336
58
13.660
1
Tirumala
1186
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
RED
SANDAR
MOVEMENT
at
CHANDRAGIRI
PS
LIMITS
1187
Chittoor
Penumuru
Kotha road
On Chittoor-Penumuru road
2
0
2
79.195
6
13.339
2
UGRANAM PALLI
1188
Chittoor
Pulicherla
KK Peta
4 roads junction
2
1
3
79.088
28
13.550
03
Vallivedu
1189
Chittoor
Madanapalle
Mandal
Madanapalle - Bangalore
road
Cheekala Baillu Check post,
3
0
3
78.397
47
13.540
94
Vempalli
1190
Chittoor
Punganur
Mandal
Nallaguttapalle village
Nallgutlapalle Y-Junction
0
1
1
78.620
53
13.360
72
A.Kothakota
1191
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
SRIKALAHASTHI
TOWN
OPPOSITE RAILWAY STATION
3
3
79.683
6
13.745
72
BHARDWAJA
1192
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
SRIKALAHASTHI
TOWN
URANDURU CROSS
1
1
79.686
24
13.748
57
BHARDWAJA
1193
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
SRIKALAHASTHI
TOWN
A.P.SEEDS ARCH
2
3
79.688
85
13.749
31
BHARDWAJA
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Fix
ed
PT
Z
Coordinates
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
1194
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
SRIKALAHASTHI
TOWN
PONNALAMMA TEMPLE
1
1
79.692
82
13.750
31
BHARDWAJA
1195
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
SRIKALAHASTHI
TOWN
NEAR
AMARAJYOTHI
KALYANAMANDAPAM
2
2
79.694
62
13.752
75
BHARDWAJA
1196
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
SRIKALAHASTHI
TOWN
B.P.AGRAHARAM
3
3
79.695
49
13.754
22
BHARDWAJA
1197
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
SRIKALAHASTHI
TOWN
JALAVINAYAKA
3
3
79.697
51
13.749
36
BHARDWAJA
1198
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
SRIKALAHASTHI
TOWN
RAMALAYAM TEMPLE CIRCLE
3
3
79.698
37
13.751
1
BHARDWAJA
1199
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
SRIKALAHASTHI
TOWN
SUPER BAZAAR
3
3
79.699
78
13.752
96
BHARDWAJA
1200
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
SRIKALAHASTHI
TOWN
GALIGOPURAM
0
1
79.699
53
13.750
97
BHARDWAJA
1201
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
SRIKALAHASTHI
TOWN
BERIVARI MANDAPAM
3
3
79.701
63
13.750
43
BHARDWAJA
1202
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
SRIKALAHASTHI
TOWN
PENDLIMANDAPAM
0
1
1
79.702
14
13.752
41
BHARDWAJA
1203
Chittoor
NINDRA
ARURU CROSS
ARURU CROSS ROAD
1
0
1
79.654
42
13.341
98
IRUGUVAI
1204
Chittoor
Chittoor
Dharga
Dharga Junction
4
0
4
79.094
25
13.211
94
Mittoor
1205
Chittoor
Chittoor
Chittoor- Vellore Road
Nandi bar
2
0
2
79.098
13.213
Mittoor
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Proposed Location for
Installation
Area
Quantity
Fix
ed
PT
Z
Coordinates
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
9
7
Nearest APSFL
PoP
1206
Chittoor
Chittoor
Chittoor- Vellore Road
Municipal Park
2
0
2
79.098
9
13.213
2
Mittoor
1207
Chittoor
Chittoor
Chittoor- Vellore Road
Shakthimariyamman Temple Near
Gangineni Cheruvu Road
2
0
2
79.098
2
13.206
9
Mittoor
1208
Chittoor
Chittoor
Chittoor
Road
-
Palamaner
MSR Junction
4
0
4
79.099
13.213
9
Mittoor
1209
Chittoor
Chittoor
Chittoor
Road
-
Palamaner
Indian oil Petrol bunk
2
0
2
79.097
1
13.213
5
Mittoor
1210
Chittoor
Chittoor
Chittoor
Road
-
Palamaner
New Hindusthan Tyres
2
0
2
79.096
4
13.213
3
Mittoor
1211
Chittoor
Chittoor
Chittoor
Road
-
Palamaner
Chittoor Club
2
0
2
79.096
8
13.213
3
Mittoor
1212
Chittoor
Chittoor
Chittoor
Road
-
Palamaner
Padavetamma Temple
2
0
2
79.095
2
13.212
8
Mittoor
1213
Chittoor
Chittoor
Chittoor
Road
-
Palamaner
Dharga Junction
4
0
4
79.094
2
13.211
9
Mittoor
1214
Chittoor
Chittoor
INTERNAL JUNCTION
OF
CHITTOOR
I
TOWN PS LIMITS
Ambethkar bavan
2
0
2
79.106
9
13.212
Mittoor
1215
Chittoor
Chittoor
INTERNAL JUNCTION
OF
CHITTOOR
I
TOWN PS LIMITS
Mesanicla Ground Junction
2
0
2
79.106
4
13.211
5
Mittoor
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Taluq
Area
Proposed Location for
Installation
Quantity
Coordinates
Fix
ed
PT
Z
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
1216
Chittoor
Chittoor
INTERNAL JUNCTION
OF
CHITTOOR
I
TOWN PS LIMITS
Forest west range office
2
0
2
79.104
13.206
8
Mittoor
1217
Chittoor
Chittoor
INTERNAL JUNCTION
OF
CHITTOOR
I
TOWN PS LIMITS
Deer park
2
0
2
79.102
3
13.205
2
Mittoor
1218
Chittoor
Chittoor
INTERNAL JUNCTION
OF
CHITTOOR
I
TOWN PS LIMITS
Bharath nagar Cross
2
0
2
79.111
7
13.207
9
Mittoor
1219
Chittoor
Chittoor
INTERNAL JUNCTION
OF
CHITTOOR
I
TOWN PS LIMITS
3rd Railway gate
2
0
2
79.112
4
13.206
5
Mittoor
1220
Chittoor
Nagari
Thadukupeta check post
Thadukupeta check post
2
0
2
79.582
31
13.274
29
Nethamkandriga
1221
Chittoor
Pakala
Thotapalle cross
On Chittoor-Tirupathi road
2
1
3
79.130
1
13.430
7
P.Kothakota
1222
Chittoor
Puthalapattu
P.Kothakota
On Chittoor-Tirupathi road
2
2
3
79.108
6
13.409
6
P.Kothakota
1223
Chittoor
Piler
Railway station road-1
Railway station road-1
1
0
1
78.926
6
13.660
59
Piler
Deg.College(Vepulab
ylu)
1224
Chittoor
Piler
Railway station road-2
Railway station road-2
1
0
1
78.926
26
13.660
73
Piler
Deg.College(Vepulab
ylu)
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Area
Proposed Location for
Installation
Quantity
Coordinates
Fix
ed
PT
Z
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
1225
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
VIP ENROUTE
&
IMPORTANAT
IDENTIFIED PLACES
MANGALAM JUNCTION (RTO
OFFICE JUNCTION)
4
1
5
79.463
91
13.653
62
SETTIPALLI
1226
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
VIP ENROUTE
&
IMPORTANAT
IDENTIFIED PLACES
BTR COLONY 1ST LINE
2
0
2
79.463
2
13.657
76
SETTIPALLI
1227
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
VIP ENROUTE
&
IMPORTANAT
IDENTIFIED PLACES
VENKATESWARA
JUNCTION
2
0
2
79.457
86
13.656
83
SETTIPALLI
1228
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
VIP ENROUTE
&
IMPORTANAT
IDENTIFIED PLACES
TIRUMALA NAGAR
2
0
2
79.466
64
13.658
32
SETTIPALLI
1229
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
VIP ENROUTE
&
IMPORTANAT
IDENTIFIED PLACES
BTR COLONY 9TH LINE
2
0
2
79.459
38
13.657
09
SETTIPALLI
1230
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
VIP ENROUTE
&
IMPORTANAT
IDENTIFIED PLACES
BHUPAL HOUSING COLONY
2
0
2
79.456
23
13.654
15
SETTIPALLI
1231
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
VIP ENROUTE
&
IMPORTANAT
IDENTIFIED PLACES
TN PALYAM ARCH
2
0
2
79.453
48
13.651
01
SETTIPALLI
1232
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
VIP ENROUTE
&
IMPORTANAT
IDENTIFIED PLACES
BHUPAL
ARCH
2
0
2
79.456
5
13.651
88
SETTIPALLI
COLONY
HOUSING
COLONY
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Taluq
Area
Quantity
Proposed Location for
Installation
Coordinates
Fix
ed
PT
Z
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
1233
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
VIP ENROUTE
&
IMPORTANAT
IDENTIFIED PLACES
BTR COLOY 20TH LINE
2
0
2
79.458
28
13.658
32
SETTIPALLI
1234
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
VIP ENROUTE
&
IMPORTANAT
IDENTIFIED PLACES
TUDA QUARTERS OF ALIPIRI
PS LIMITS
2
0
2
79.471
04
13.661
44
SETTIPALLI
1235
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
VIP ENROUTE
&
IMPORTANAT
IDENTIFIED PLACES
HARITHA COLONY
2
0
2
79.478
89
13.660
56
SETTIPALLI
1236
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
VIP ENROUTE
&
IMPORTANAT
IDENTIFIED PLACES
TIRUMALA
NAGAR
HANUMAN TEMPLE
ΓÇô
2
0
2
79.466
36
13.660
51
SETTIPALLI
1237
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
VIP ENROUTE
&
IMPORTANAT
IDENTIFIED PLACES
RICKSHAW
COLONY
ALIPIRI PS LIMITS
ΓÇô
2
0
2
79.475
6
13.661
81
SETTIPALLI
1238
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
VIP ENROUTE
&
IMPORTANAT
IDENTIFIED PLACES
KRISHNA
FORM
2
0
2
79.479
1
13.658
36
SETTIPALLI
TPT URBAN
RED
SANDAR
MOVEMENT
IN
TIRUPATI
SOUROUNDING
AREAS
BEHIND WALLMART
BHAVAN
2
1
3
79.446
77
13.651
9
SETTIPALLI
1239
Chittoor
REDDY
POULTRY
REDDY
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1241
1242
1243
1244
District
Chittoor
Chittoor
Chittoor
Chittoor
Chittoor
Mandal/
Taluq
Area
Proposed Location for
Installation
Quantity
Coordinates
Nearest APSFL
PoP
Fix
ed
PT
Z
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
2
1
3
79.454
75
13.654
63
SETTIPALLI
TPT URBAN
RED
SANDAR
MOVEMENT
IN
TIRUPATI
SOUROUNDING
AREAS
ROUTE
BEHIND
HOUSING COLONY
TPT URBAN
RED
SANDAR
MOVEMENT
IN
TIRUPATI
SOUROUNDING
AREAS
BTR COLONY 1ST LINE, WATER
TANK ROAD
2
1
3
79.457
78
13.656
11
SETTIPALLI
TPT URBAN
RED
SANDAR
MOVEMENT
IN
TIRUPATI
SOUROUNDING
AREAS
HARITHA COLONY
2
1
3
79.479
72
13.662
5
SETTIPALLI
TPT URBAN
RED
SANDAR
MOVEMENT
IN
TIRUPATI
SOUROUNDING
AREAS
ERRADHOVA ROUTE
2
1
3
79.476
94
13.660
83
SETTIPALLI
TPT URBAN
RED
SANDAR
MOVEMENT
IN
TIRUPATI
SOUROUNDING
AREAS
OOTA KALAVA BRIDGE
2
1
3
79.445
39
13.758
05
SETTIPALLI
BHUPAL
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1246
1247
1248
1249
1250
District
Chittoor
Chittoor
Chittoor
Chittoor
Chittoor
Chittoor
Mandal/
Taluq
Area
Proposed Location for
Installation
Quantity
Coordinates
Fix
ed
PT
Z
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
TPT URBAN
RED
SANDAR
MOVEMENT
IN
TIRUPATI
SOUROUNDING
AREAS
YETHA GUNTA CHERUVU
2
1
3
79.320
83
13.653
89
SREENIVASA
MANGAPURAM
TPT URBAN
RED
SANDAR
MOVEMENT
IN
TIRUPATI
SOUROUNDING
AREAS
YETHA GUNTA CHERUVU
2
1
3
79.323
02
13.652
03
SREENIVASA
MANGAPURAM
TPT URBAN
RED
SANDAR
MOVEMENT
IN
TIRUPATI
SOUROUNDING
AREAS
SRINIVASA MANGA PURAM
RAILWAY LEVEL CROSS
2
1
3
79.326
17
13.612
82
SREENIVASA
MANGAPURAM
TPT URBAN
RED
SANDAR
MOVEMENT
at
CHANDRAGIRI
PS
LIMITS
SKVST TEMPLE
4
4
79.328
77
13.611
1
SREENIVASA
MANGAPURAM
TPT URBAN
RED
SANDAR
MOVEMENT
at
CHANDRAGIRI
PS
LIMITS
SRIVARIMETTU CIRCLE
4
4
79.326
36
13.611
3
SREENIVASA
MANGAPURAM
TPT URBAN
RED
SANDAR
MOVEMENT
at
CHANDRAGIRI
PS
LIMITS
NARASINGAPURAM RAILWAY
GATE
2
2
79.320
74
13.612
2
SREENIVASA
MANGAPURAM
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Area
Quantity
Proposed Location for
Installation
Fix
ed
1251
1252
1253
1254
Chittoor
Chittoor
Chittoor
Chittoor
PT
Z
Coordinates
Nearest APSFL
PoP
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
3
3
79.316
77
13.614
5
SREENIVASA
MANGAPURAM
2
2
79.306
87
13.618
1
SREENIVASA
MANGAPURAM
2
2
79.326
07
13.613
SREENIVASA
MANGAPURAM
TPT URBAN
RED
SANDAR
MOVEMENT
at
CHANDRAGIRI
PS
LIMITS
WAY TO
COLONY
TPT URBAN
RED
SANDAR
MOVEMENT
at
CHANDRAGIRI
PS
LIMITS
KMM
INSTITUTE
TECHNOLOGY
TPT URBAN
RED
SANDAR
MOVEMENT
at
CHANDRAGIRI
PS
LIMITS
S.MANGAPURAM
GATE
TPT URBAN
RED
SANDAR
MOVEMENT
at
CHANDRAGIRI
PS
LIMITS
MANDAPAM
3
3
79.331
21
13.631
5
SREENIVASA
MANGAPURAM
ANJANEYASWAMI TEMPLE
3
3
79.331
04
13.647
7
SREENIVASA
MANGAPURAM
SATHYA
SAI
ST
OF
RAILWAY
1255
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
RED
SANDAR
MOVEMENT
at
CHANDRAGIRI
PS
LIMITS
1256
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
VIP ENROUTE
&
IMPORTANAT
IDENTIFIED PLACES
THUMMALA GUNTA CROSS
3
1
4
79.390
84
13.615
99
VIDYA
COLONY
NAGAR
1257
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
VIP ENROUTE
&
IMPORTANAT
IDENTIFIED PLACES
CHAMUNDESWARI TEMPLE
3
1
4
79.389
24
13.623
14
VIDYA
COLONY
NAGAR
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Area
Proposed Location for
Installation
Quantity
Coordinates
Fix
ed
PT
Z
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
1258
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
VIP ENROUTE
&
IMPORTANAT
IDENTIFIED PLACES
VIDYANAGAR COLONY
3
1
4
79.385
69
13.622
06
VIDYA
COLONY
NAGAR
1259
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
VIP ENROUTE
&
IMPORTANAT
IDENTIFIED PLACES
JAG JEEVAN RAM
(STAFF QUARTERS)
2
0
2
79.381
76
13.620
89
VIDYA
COLONY
NAGAR
BEHIND NCC FIRING RANGE
2
1
3
79.384
36
13.631
18
VIDYA
COLONY
NAGAR
STATUE
1260
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
RED
SANDAR
MOVEMENT
IN
TIRUPATI
SOUROUNDING
AREAS
1261
Chittoor
Madanapalle
Gollapalle Circle
Gollapalle Circle
3
1
4
78.503
32
13.554
13
KVMDPalle(SubColtor
Off)SUBSTATION
1262
Chittoor
Madanapalle
Banglore Bus stand
Banglore Bus stand
3
1
4
78.507
79
13.551
79
KVMDPalle(SubColtor
Off)SUBSTATION
1263
Chittoor
Madanapalle
Mallikarjuna Circle
Mallikarjuna Circle
3
1
4
78.504
15
13.555
97
KVMDPalle(SubColtor
Off)SUBSTATION
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Mandal/
Taluq
Proposed Location for
Installation
Area
1264
Chittoor
Madanapalle
Besant Circle
1265
Chittoor
Madanapalle
Chittoor
Circle
1266
Chittoor
Madanapalle
Town bank Circle
1267
Chittoor
Madanapalle
Nimmanaplle
Road
1268
Chittoor
Madanapalle
Punganur Road,
Municipal arch
1269
Chittoor
Madanapalle
Mandal
Madanapalle - Punganur
road, near wine shop
Bus
stand
Cross
Near
Quantity
Coordinates
Nearest APSFL
PoP
Fix
ed
PT
Z
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Besant Circle
3
1
4
78.501
02
13.556
01
KVMDPalle(SubColtor
Off)SUBSTATION
Chittoor Bus stand Circle
4
1
5
78.505
96
13.550
87
KVMDPalle(SubColtor
Off)SUBSTATION
Town bank Circle
3
1
4
78.505
94
13.552
15
KVMDPalle(SubColtor
Off)SUBSTATION
Nimmanaplle Cross Road
3
1
4
78.511
99
13.549
88
KVMDPalle(SubColtor
Off)SUBSTATION
Punganur Road, Near Municipal arch
2
1
3
78.523
58
13.541
37
KVMDPalle(SubColtor
Off)SUBSTATION
"Y"
Junction
New Bypass road,Punganur road
2
0
2
78.531
28
13.539
27
KVMDPalle(SubColtor
Off)SUBSTATION
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Area
Quantity
Proposed Location for
Installation
Coordinates
Fix
ed
PT
Z
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
1270
Chittoor
Yadamari
Varigapalle
Varigapalle
4
0
4
79.060
3
13.196
9
Cherlopalli
1271
Chittoor
Chittoor
Sambaiah Kandiga
Sambaiah Kandiga Junction
3
0
3
79.130
5
13.224
19
Doddipalli
1272
Chittoor
Chittoor
Chittoor - Puttur Road
Sambaiahkandriga junction
3
0
3
79.130
5
13.224
2
Doddipalli
1273
Chittoor
Chittoor
Chittoor- Tirupathi Road
J.C. Colony ΓÇô I
1
0
1
79.114
3
13.237
4
Doddipalli
1274
Chittoor
Chittoor
Chittoor- Tirupathi Road
J.C. Colony ΓÇô II
1
0
1
79.114
5
13.237
7
Doddipalli
1275
Chittoor
Chittoor
Chittoor- Tirupathi Road
Dhoddipalli railway Gate
1
0
1
79.115
13.239
2
Doddipalli
1276
Chittoor
Chittoor Mandal
Rural
Murukambat junction
3
0
3
79.118
1
13.246
6
Doddipalli
1277
Chittoor
Chittoor Mandal
Rural
Penumur junction
3
0
3
79.120
7
13.259
3
Doddipalli
1278
Chittoor
GD Nellore
Rural
Tana check-post
3
0
3
79.143
2
13.222
5
Doddipalli
1279
Chittoor
Palasamudram
Rural
TVNR puram cross
2
0
2
79.341
3
13.144
2
T.V.N.R.PURAM
TPT URBAN
RED
SANDAR
MOVEMENT
IN
TIRUPATI
SOUROUNDING
PANAPAKAM
POINT
2
1
3
79.196
84
13.481
24
Panapakam
1280
Chittoor
CHECK
POST
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Taluq
Area
Quantity
Proposed Location for
Installation
Fix
ed
PT
Z
Coordinates
Nearest APSFL
PoP
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
3
3
79.237
49
13.549
9
Panapakam
AREAS
1281
1282
1283
1284
Chittoor
Chittoor
Chittoor
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
RED
SANDAR
MOVEMENT
at
CHANDRAGIRI
PS
LIMITS
M.KONGARAVARIPALLI
TO ST COLONY
TPT URBAN
RED
SANDAR
MOVEMENT
at
CHANDRAGIRI
PS
LIMITS
BODIMBAI
2
2
79.232
96
13.543
8
Panapakam
TPT URBAN
RED
SANDAR
MOVEMENT
at
CHANDRAGIRI
PS
LIMITS
MORAVAPALLI TURNING
2
2
79.228
75
13.539
7
Panapakam
TPT URBAN
RED
SANDAR
MOVEMENT
at
CHANDRAGIRI
PS
LIMITS
KASIPENTLA
3
3
79.224
87
13.531
3
Panapakam
TURNING
2
2
79.220
7
13.526
5
Panapakam
KOTHAINDLU
2
2
79.216
57
13.518
6
Panapakam
1285
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
RED
SANDAR
MOVEMENT
at
CHANDRAGIRI
PS
LIMITS
1286
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
RED
SANDAR
MOVEMENT
at
CHANDRAGIRI
PS
WAY
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Taluq
Area
Quantity
Proposed Location for
Installation
Fix
ed
PT
Z
Coordinates
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
LIMITS
1287
1288
1289
1290
1291
1292
Chittoor
Chittoor
Chittoor
Chittoor
Chittoor
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
RED
SANDAR
MOVEMENT
at
CHANDRAGIRI
PS
LIMITS
KALRAOD PALLI RAILWAY
GATE
WAY
TO
AMUDALAKONA
3
3
79.212
65
13.514
9
Panapakam
TPT URBAN
RED
SANDAR
MOVEMENT
at
CHANDRAGIRI
PS
LIMITS
KALROAD
BREAKER
2
2
79.210
62
13.510
9
Panapakam
TPT URBAN
RED
SANDAR
MOVEMENT
at
CHANDRAGIRI
PS
LIMITS
PANAPAKAM
STATION
3
3
79.204
36
13.499
9
Panapakam
TPT URBAN
RED
SANDAR
MOVEMENT
at
CHANDRAGIRI
PS
LIMITS
KONANGIVARIPALLI TURNING
2
2
79.198
48
13.486
8
Panapakam
TPT URBAN
RED
SANDAR
MOVEMENT
at
CHANDRAGIRI
PS
LIMITS
PAKALAVARIPALLI VILLAGE
2
2
79.192
53
13.480
8
Panapakam
TPT URBAN
RED
SANDAR
MOVEMENT
at
CHANDRAGIRI
PS
LIMITS
PAKALAVARIPALLI
BUNK
2
2
79.188
55
13.478
6
Panapakam
PALLI
SPEED
RAILWAY
PETROL
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Taluq
Area
Proposed Location for
Installation
Quantity
Coordinates
Fix
ed
PT
Z
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
1293
Chittoor
Vedurukuppam
mandal
Pachikapalam junction
4
4
0
4
79.360
23
13.446
27
Pachikapalem
1294
Chittoor
Punganur town
Punganur Town
N.S.Peta Junction
0
1
1
78.563
04
13.359
38
N.S. Peta
1295
Chittoor
Punganur town
Punganur Town
Govt., Hospital
1
0
1
78.559
71
13.367
57
N.S. Peta
1296
Chittoor
K.Nagar Town
Kollagunta junctin
3
3
0
3
79.431
58
13.342
86
Kollagunta
KANDRI GUNTA ( KALAVA
GUNTA
PARK)
TOWARDS
TUMMA KOA - BALA PALLE SETTI GUNTA
2
1
3
79.526
11
13.875
81
Vampalli
1297
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
RED
SANDAR
MOVEMENT
IN
TIRUPATI
SOUROUNDING
AREAS
1298
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
VIP ENROUTE
&
IMPORTANAT
IDENTIFIED PLACES
AUTO NAGAR
3
0
3
79.459
06
13.630
11
Auto Nagar
1299
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
VIP ENROUTE
&
IMPORTANAT
IDENTIFIED PLACES
VAARTHA CROSS (RENIGUNTA
OLD ROAD)
3
0
3
79.463
03
13.628
82
Auto Nagar
1300
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
VIP ENROUTE
&
IMPORTANAT
IDENTIFIED PLACES
AUTO NAGAR JUNCTION
0
0
2
79.455
54
13.630
68
Auto Nagar
1301
Chittoor
Chittoor Mandal
Rural
Thummindapalem
2
0
2
79.062
2
13.086
9
Thummindapalem
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Proposed Location for
Installation
Area
Quantity
Coordinates
Nearest APSFL
PoP
Fix
ed
PT
Z
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Sivalayam turning
1
0
1
78.818
99
13.642
04
Thummalapeta
Indian Bank, opp Police Station
1
0
1
78.249
03
13.802
02
Chikatimanipalli
Gaithri Jewelers shop
2
0
2
78.249
03
13.802
02
Chikatimanipalli
Probu Bekari- Marketyard Complex
1
0
1
78.249
03
13.802
02
Chikatimanipalli
1302
Chittoor
Kalikiri
Sivalayam turning
1303
Chittoor
Molakalacheruvu
Main Road, Kadiri
MPL Road
to
1304
Chittoor
Molakalacheruvu
Main Road, Kadiri
MPL Road
to
1305
Chittoor
Molakalacheruvu
Main Road, Kadiri
MPL Road
to
1306
Chittoor
Chittoor
Iruvaram
Iruvaram Junction
2
0
2
79.078
39
13.196
81
Greamspet
1307
Chittoor
Chittoor
Greamspet
CB Road Junction
1
0
1
79.093
81
13.206
19
Greamspet
1308
Chittoor
Chittoor
Old Collector Office
Old Collector Office Junction
1
0
1
79.093
69
13.197
31
Greamspet
1309
Chittoor
Chittoor
New Collectorate Office
New Collectorate Junction
3
0
3
79.097
13.183
5
Greamspet
1310
Chittoor
Chittoor
Chittoor- Vellore Road
Reliance Mart
2
0
2
79.097
2
13.204
3
Greamspet
1311
Chittoor
Chittoor
Chittoor- Vellore Road
Chowdeswaramma Temple
5
0
5
79.094
6
13.202
48
Greamspet
1312
Chittoor
Chittoor
Chittoor- Vellore Road
Old Collectarate Junction
4
0
4
79.094
2
13.201
4
Greamspet
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Area
Proposed Location for
Installation
Quantity
Coordinates
Fix
ed
PT
Z
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
1313
Chittoor
Chittoor
Chittoor- Vellore Road
Vijaya Durga Klyanamandapam
2
0
2
79.093
7
13.196
4
Greamspet
1314
Chittoor
Chittoor
Chittoor- Vellore Road
Vijaya Durga petrol Buml
2
0
2
79.093
6
13.196
5
Greamspet
1315
Chittoor
Chittoor
Chittoor- Vellore Road
PVKN Degree college
3
0
3
79.094
8
13.193
2
Greamspet
1316
Chittoor
Chittoor
Chittoor- Vellore Road
New Collectorate Junction
3
0
3
79.097
1
13.183
4
Greamspet
1317
Chittoor
Chittoor
Chittoor- Vellore Road
Collectorate Complex
2
0
2
79.097
4
13.182
4
Greamspet
1318
Chittoor
Chittoor
Chittoor- Vellore Road
Reddugunta
2
0
2
79.099
4
13.174
8
Greamspet
1319
Chittoor
Chittoor
Chittoor- Vellore Road
Mapakshi road
2
0
2
79.103
8
13.162
7
Greamspet
1320
Chittoor
Chittoor
Chittoor- Vellore Road
Reliance Petrol Bunk
2
0
2
79.104
6
13.160
5
Greamspet
1321
Chittoor
Chittoor
INTERNAL JUNCTION
OF
CHITTOOR
I
TOWN PS LIMITS
Savithramma College
2
0
2
79.094
1
13.195
3
Greamspet
1322
Chittoor
Chittoor
INTERNAL JUNCTION
OF
CHITTOOR
I
TOWN PS LIMITS
PVKN College
2
0
2
79.094
3
13.194
5
Greamspet
1323
Chittoor
Chittoor
INTERNAL JUNCTION
OF
CHITTOOR
I
ZP quarters
2
0
2
79.099
2
13.195
6
Greamspet
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Taluq
Area
Proposed Location for
Installation
Quantity
Coordinates
Fix
ed
PT
Z
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
TOWN PS LIMITS
1324
Chittoor
Chittoor
Greamspet
Durgamma Temple
2
0
2
79.093
7
13.197
3
Greamspet
1325
Chittoor
Chittoor
Greamspet
VJK Kalyanamandapam
2
0
2
79.093
7
13.196
5
Greamspet
1326
Chittoor
Chittoor
Gangasagaram
RMM Food Products
2
0
2
79.101
2
13.167
7
Greamspet
1327
Chittoor
Chittoor
Gangasagaram
CTR- Vellore road
2
0
2
79.103
4
13.163
9
Greamspet
1328
Chittoor
Chittoor
Palamaner Road
Sri Balaji Auto mobiles
2
0
2
79.091
1
13.208
5
Greamspet
1329
Chittoor
Chittoor
Bhavani temple
Opposite Nuitrine Factory
2
0
2
79.085
5
13.203
8
Greamspet
1330
Chittoor
Chittoor
Kajoor Junction
HP Petrol bunk
2
0
2
79.084
7
13.202
8
Greamspet
1331
Chittoor
Chittoor
Kajoor Junction
Near BV Reddy petrol bunk
2
0
2
79.083
9
13.202
2
Greamspet
1332
Chittoor
Chittoor
Iruvaram cross
Chittoor ΓÇô Palamaner road
2
0
2
79.078
4
13.196
8
Greamspet
1333
Chittoor
Chittoor
Telephone colony
Internal road
2
0
2
79.090
7
13.210
3
Greamspet
1334
Chittoor
Chittoor
Telephone colony
Kings School
2
0
2
79.088
13.213
Greamspet
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Proposed Location for
Installation
Area
Quantity
Fix
ed
PT
Z
Coordinates
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
1
4
Nearest APSFL
PoP
1335
Chittoor
Chittoor
Kajoor Junction
BV Reddy Nutrine Factory
2
0
2
79.087
7
13.205
5
Greamspet
1336
Chittoor
Chittoor
Prasanth nagar
Chittoor ΓÇô Vellore road
2
0
2
79.089
2
13.182
4
Greamspet
1337
Chittoor
Chittoor
Sreenagar colony
Internal road
2
0
2
79.089
4
13.201
1
Greamspet
1338
Chittoor
Chittoor
Sreenagar colony
EB Quarters
2
0
2
79.091
13.201
4
Greamspet
1339
Chittoor
Chittoor
Sreenagar colony
Dist. Jail
2
0
2
79.092
2
13.201
5
Greamspet
1340
Chittoor
Chittoor
Durganagar
entrance
Chittoor ΓÇô Vellore road
2
0
2
79.093
8
13.197
7
Greamspet
1341
Chittoor
Chittoor
Durganagar Colony
Vinayaka Temple
2
0
2
79.088
1
13.195
7
Greamspet
1342
Chittoor
Chittoor
Rosi Nagar
Gaddam Ramana House
2
0
2
79.085
7
13.191
3
Greamspet
1343
Chittoor
Chittoor
Leprosy Colony
Leprosy colony
2
0
2
79.085
9
13.190
3
Greamspet
1344
Chittoor
Chittoor
DTC Entrance
DTC
2
1
3
79.088
13.188
7
Greamspet
1345
Chittoor
Chittoor
CB Road
Litle Flower School
2
0
2
79.093
8
13.206
2
Greamspet
Colony
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Area
Proposed Location for
Installation
Quantity
Coordinates
Fix
ed
PT
Z
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
1346
Chittoor
Chittoor Mandal
Rural
Mapakshi cross
3
0
3
79.106
13.152
7
Greamspet
1347
Chittoor
Piler
Railway gate (Chittoor
road )-1
Railway gate (Chittoor road )-1
1
0
1
78.947
95
13.649
43
Piler ITI
1348
Chittoor
Piler
Railway gate (Chittoor
road )-2
Railway gate (Chittoor road )-2
1
0
1
78.947
83
13.649
4
Piler ITI
1349
Chittoor
Piler
Sodum road Bridge
Sodum road Bridge
1
0
1
78.936
59
13.652
43
Piler ITI
1350
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
VIP ENROUTE
&
IMPORTANAT
IDENTIFIED PLACES
JYOTHI JUNCTION
4
1
5
79.412
53
13.635
83
Balaji Colony
1351
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
VIP ENROUTE
&
IMPORTANAT
IDENTIFIED PLACES
SVU 1ST GATE
3
1
4
79.404
03
13.627
62
Balaji Colony
1352
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
VIP ENROUTE
&
IMPORTANAT
IDENTIFIED PLACES
VENGAMAMBA CIRCLE
4
1
5
79.409
18
13.625
76
Balaji Colony
1353
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
VIP ENROUTE
&
IMPORTANAT
IDENTIFIED PLACES
RC ROAD
4
4
79.415
68
13.628
88
Balaji Colony
1354
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
Down Ghat Road
AT 22ND TURNING
1
0
1
79.418
43
13.659
59
Bhavani Nagar
1355
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
Down Ghat Road
AT 10TH TURNING
1
0
1
79.420
11
13.659
98
Bhavani Nagar
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Taluq
Area
Quantity
Proposed Location for
Installation
Coordinates
Nearest APSFL
PoP
Fix
ed
PT
Z
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
1
5
79.427
84
13.636
81
Bhavani Nagar
2
79.427
77
13.639
41
Bhavani Nagar
1356
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
VIP ENROUTE
&
IMPORTANAT
IDENTIFIED PLACES
KORLAGUNTA JUNCTION
4
1357
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
VIP ENROUTE
&
IMPORTANAT
IDENTIFIED PLACES
SK FAST FOODS
2
1358
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
VIP ENROUTE
&
IMPORTANAT
IDENTIFIED PLACES
MUNICIPAL PARK
2
1
4
79.426
08
13.647
75
Bhavani Nagar
1359
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
VIP ENROUTE
&
IMPORTANAT
IDENTIFIED PLACES
CHANDANA RAMESH
4
1
5
79.420
58
13.637
Bhavani Nagar
1360
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
VIP ENROUTE
&
IMPORTANAT
IDENTIFIED PLACES
VARADA
JUNCTION
2
0
2
79.418
76
13.642
67
Bhavani Nagar
1361
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
VIP ENROUTE
&
IMPORTANAT
IDENTIFIED PLACES
DEVENDRA THEATRE
2
0
2
79.423
71
13.638
3
Bhavani Nagar
1362
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
VIP ENROUTE
&
IMPORTANAT
IDENTIFIED PLACES
RAILWAY
COLONY
MATRUSRI SCHOOL
2
0
2
79.423
47
13.640
1
Bhavani Nagar
1363
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
VIP ENROUTE
&
IMPORTANAT
IDENTIFIED PLACES
RAILWAY COLONY ΓÇô PARK
2
0
2
79.423
33
13.640
94
Bhavani Nagar
RAJA
NAGAR
ΓÇô
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Taluq
Area
Proposed Location for
Installation
Coordinates
Nearest APSFL
PoP
Fix
ed
PT
Z
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
2
0
2
79.421
48
13.638
46
Bhavani Nagar
1364
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
VIP ENROUTE
&
IMPORTANAT
IDENTIFIED PLACES
BHAVANI
STAND
SCHOOL)
1365
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
VIP ENROUTE
&
IMPORTANAT
IDENTIFIED PLACES
SCAVENGERS COLONY (FISH
MARKET)
2
0
2
79.426
45
13.641
29
Bhavani Nagar
1366
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
VIP ENROUTE
&
IMPORTANAT
IDENTIFIED PLACES
SUNDARAIAH NAGAR CROSS
2
0
2
79.425
31
13.640
33
Bhavani Nagar
1367
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
VIP ENROUTE
&
IMPORTANAT
IDENTIFIED PLACES
SANJAY GANDHI COLONY ΓÇô
MASEED AREA
2
0
2
79.429
07
13.639
34
Bhavani Nagar
1368
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
VIP ENROUTE
&
IMPORTANAT
IDENTIFIED PLACES
CHERLO PALLE CHECK POST
3
1
4
79.363
43
13.614
5
Peruru
1369
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
VIP ENROUTE
&
IMPORTANAT
IDENTIFIED PLACES
PERURU CROSS
2
0
2
79.377
06
13.619
43
Peruru
TPT URBAN
RED
SANDAR
MOVEMENT
IN
TIRUPATI
SOUROUNDING
AREAS
SRIHARIDHAMAM BOARD
2
1
3
79.378
67
13.629
22
Peruru
1370
Chittoor
NAGAR
AUTO
(VENKATESWARA
Quantity
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District
Chittoor
Mandal/
Taluq
Proposed Location for
Installation
Area
Quantity
Coordinates
Fix
ed
PT
Z
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
TPT URBAN
RED
SANDAR
MOVEMENT
IN
TIRUPATI
SOUROUNDING
AREAS
BIHIND ZOO PARK
2
1
3
79.363
58
13.622
5
Peruru
CHERLO PALLE JUNCTION OLD
BRICKS FACTORY
2
1
3
79.363
09
13.616
43
Peruru
1372
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
RED
SANDAR
MOVEMENT
IN
TIRUPATI
SOUROUNDING
AREAS
1373
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
Upghat Road
VINAYAKASWAMY TEMPLE
2
0
2
79.393
71
13.647
21
S.V University
1374
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
VIP ENROUTE
&
IMPORTANAT
IDENTIFIED PLACES
NO. 1 T.C. POINT
3
1
4
79.400
15
13.626
43
S.V University
1375
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
VIP ENROUTE
&
IMPORTANAT
IDENTIFIED PLACES
SWETHA BUILDING
4
1
5
79.398
59
13.626
01
S.V University
1376
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
VIP ENROUTE
&
IMPORTANAT
IDENTIFIED PLACES
WAY TO SPGH TPT
3
0
3
79.400
34
13.625
1
S.V University
1377
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
VIP ENROUTE
&
IMPORTANAT
IDENTIFIED PLACES
SVU ADMIN BUILDING
3
0
3
79.397
85
13.628
56
S.V University
1378
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
VIP ENROUTE
IMPORTANAT
AUDITORIUM CROSS
3
0
3
79.399
79
13.629
13
S.V University
&
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Taluq
Area
Proposed Location for
Installation
Quantity
Coordinates
Fix
ed
PT
Z
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
IDENTIFIED PLACES
1379
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
VIP ENROUTE
&
IMPORTANAT
IDENTIFIED PLACES
4 ROAD JUNCTION
4
0
4
79.399
39
13.630
29
S.V University
1380
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
VIP ENROUTE
&
IMPORTANAT
IDENTIFIED PLACES
GANAPATHI RESIDENCE
2
0
2
79.398
45
13.633
32
S.V University
1381
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
VIP ENROUTE
&
IMPORTANAT
IDENTIFIED PLACES
WAY TO VEDIC UNVERSITY
ROAD
2
0
2
79.394
48
13.632
38
S.V University
1382
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
VIP ENROUTE
&
IMPORTANAT
IDENTIFIED PLACES
4 ROAD JUNCTION
4
0
4
79.393
93
13.634
63
S.V University
1383
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
VIP ENROUTE
&
IMPORTANAT
IDENTIFIED PLACES
BYE PASS ROAD ( WAY TO
VEDIK UNIVERSITY)
3
1
4
79.394
27
13.638
13
S.V University
1384
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
VIP ENROUTE
&
IMPORTANAT
IDENTIFIED PLACES
SCIENCE CENTER
3
0
3
79.399
01
13.642
28
S.V University
1385
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
VIP ENROUTE
&
IMPORTANAT
IDENTIFIED PLACES
NCC QUARTERS CROSS ROAD
2
0
2
79.389
29
13.634
2
S.V University
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Mandal/
Taluq
Area
Quantity
Proposed Location for
Installation
Coordinates
Fix
ed
PT
Z
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
1386
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
RED
SANDAR
MOVEMENT
IN
TIRUPATI
SOUROUNDING
AREAS
1387
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
VIP ENROUTE
&
IMPORTANAT
IDENTIFIED PLACES
SRINIVASA
MANDAPAM
1388
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
VIP ENROUTE
&
IMPORTANAT
IDENTIFIED PLACES
PADMAVATHI PURAM
1389
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
VIP ENROUTE
&
IMPORTANAT
IDENTIFIED PLACES
OPP. TO MRF TYRES
TIRUCHANUR ROAD
1390
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
VIP ENROUTE
&
IMPORTANAT
IDENTIFIED PLACES
KOMAL REDDY CIRCLE
4
1
5
79.412
85
13.622
57
Radio
1391
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
VIP ENROUTE
&
IMPORTANAT
IDENTIFIED PLACES
FIRST SBI LEFT
4
1
5
79.418
8
13.622
54
Radio
1392
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
VIP ENROUTE
&
IMPORTANAT
IDENTIFIED PLACES
AVILALA JUNCTION
4
1
5
79.416
88
13.615
41
Radio
OPP. TO NCC OFFICERS MESS
BOARD
2
1
3
79.389
56
13.634
39
S.V University
3
1
4
79.432
59
13.619
25
Srinivasapuram
3
1
4
79.433
89
13.617
82
Srinivasapuram
2
0
2
79.430
43
13.623
88
Srinivasapuram
KALYANA
ΓÇô
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Taluq
Area
Proposed Location for
Installation
Quantity
Fix
ed
PT
Z
Coordinates
Nearest APSFL
PoP
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
4
79.417
23
13.617
79
Radio
1393
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
VIP ENROUTE
&
IMPORTANAT
IDENTIFIED PLACES
ESI HOSPITAL JUNCTION AT
THE END OF BAIRAGIPATTEDA
4
1394
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
VIP ENROUTE
&
IMPORTANAT
IDENTIFIED PLACES
LINGESWARA NAGAR CROSS
AT BAIRAGIPATTEDA PARK
4
1
5
79.422
44
13.618
13
Radio
1395
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
VIP ENROUTE
&
IMPORTANAT
IDENTIFIED PLACES
PALANI THEATRE CIRCLE
2
0
2
79.417
1
13.625
16
Radio
1396
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
VIP ENROUTE
&
IMPORTANAT
IDENTIFIED PLACES
HDFC BANK AIR BYE PASS
ROAD
2
0
2
79.419
3
13.622
61
Radio
1397
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
VIP ENROUTE
&
IMPORTANAT
IDENTIFIED PLACES
R.C.PURAM JUNCTION.
4
4
79.411
77
13.604
99
R Colony
1398
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
VIP ENROUTE
&
IMPORTANAT
IDENTIFIED PLACES
MAHILA UNIVERSIRTY CROSS
ROAD (VAIKUNTA PURAM
CROSS)
2
0
2
79.402
55
13.614
25
R Colony
1399
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
VIP ENROUTE
&
IMPORTANAT
IDENTIFIED PLACES
MAHILA UNIVERSITY GATE-2
2
0
2
79.402
05
13.617
39
R Colony
1400
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
VIP ENROUTE
&
IMPORTANAT
IDENTIFIED PLACES
VAIKUNTA PURAM ARCH
3
1
4
79.407
92
13.615
81
R Colony
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Proposed Location for
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PT
Z
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
1401
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
VIP ENROUTE
&
IMPORTANAT
IDENTIFIED PLACES
VP AGRAHARAM JUNCTION
ΓÇô RC PURAM ROAD
2
0
2
79.410
08
13.601
36
R Colony
1402
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
VIP ENROUTE
&
IMPORTANAT
IDENTIFIED PLACES
RALLAPALLE CIRCLE
3
1
4
79.401
8
13.622
57
Tuda guest house
(Tirupati
district
node)
1403
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
VIP ENROUTE
&
IMPORTANAT
IDENTIFIED PLACES
RAMANUJAM
POST
3
0
3
79.395
47
13.604
93
Tuda guest house
(Tirupati
district
node)
1404
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
VIP ENROUTE
&
IMPORTANAT
IDENTIFIED PLACES
UPPAR PALLI CROSS
2
0
2
79.398
98
13.614
21
Tuda guest house
(Tirupati
district
node)
1405
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
VIP ENROUTE
&
IMPORTANAT
IDENTIFIED PLACES
RAILWAY LEVEL CROSS
2
0
2
79.400
58
13.622
78
Tuda guest house
(Tirupati
district
node)
1406
Chittoor
Nagari
Nagalapuram junction
Nagalapuram junction
2
0
2
79.592
9
13.320
7
M. Kothur
1407
Chittoor
Vijaypuram
Pannuru
Pannuru road junction
4
0
4
79.698
13.329
Pannur
PALLE
CHECK
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Proposed Location for
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Fix
ed
PT
Z
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
1408
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
VIP ENROUTE
&
IMPORTANAT
IDENTIFIED PLACES
HONDA SHOW ROOM
2
1
3
79.439
96
13.630
13
Srinivasam(TTD)
1409
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
VIP ENROUTE
&
IMPORTANAT
IDENTIFIED PLACES
GROUP THEATRE
3
1
4
79.423
75
13.629
89
Srinivasam(TTD)
1410
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
VIP ENROUTE
&
IMPORTANAT
IDENTIFIED PLACES
OPP. TO TTD CHOULTRIES ΓÇô
DR MAHAL ROAD
2
0
2
79.423
93
13.627
18
Srinivasam(TTD)
1411
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
VIP ENROUTE
&
IMPORTANAT
IDENTIFIED PLACES
POOJITHA RESIDENCY ΓÇô OLD
TIRUCHANUR ROAD
2
0
2
79.426
63
13.627
92
Srinivasam(TTD)
1412
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
VIP ENROUTE
&
IMPORTANAT
IDENTIFIED PLACES
POSTAL COLONY CIRCLE
2
0
2
79.435
68
13.627
99
Srinivasam(TTD)
1413
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
VIP ENROUTE
&
IMPORTANAT
IDENTIFIED PLACES
BANDLA STREET CIRCLE
2
0
2
79.421
44
13.631
22
Srinivasam(TTD)
1414
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
VIP ENROUTE
&
IMPORTANAT
IDENTIFIED PLACES
SANDYA THEATRE JUNCTION
2
0
2
79.425
53
13.630
49
Srinivasam(TTD)
1415
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
VIP ENROUTE
&
IMPORTANAT
IDENTIFIED PLACES
PK
LAYOUT
VANDANA
2
0
2
79.425
55
13.631
99
Srinivasam(TTD)
ΓÇô
HOTEL
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Quantity
Coordinates
Fix
ed
PT
Z
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
1416
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
VIP ENROUTE
&
IMPORTANAT
IDENTIFIED PLACES
HEAD POST OFFICE CIRCLE
2
0
2
79.422
95
13.632
21
Srinivasam(TTD)
1417
Chittoor
TPT URBAN
VIP ENROUTE
&
IMPORTANAT
IDENTIFIED PLACES
TATAIAH
GUNTA
(TIRUMALA DAIRY)
2
0
2
79.424
04
13.633
57
Srinivasam(TTD)
1418
East
Godavari
Ramachandrapura
m PS
Chodavaram, Bypass Road
3
1
4
82.051
26
16.850
26
Ramachandrapuram
1419
East
Godavari
Ramachandrapura
m PS
Market Center
4
1
5
82.028
24
16.836
29
Ramachandrapuram
1420
East
Godavari
Ramachandrapura
m PS
Rajagopal Center
3
1
4
82.034
74
16.832
34
Ramachandrapuram
1421
East
Godavari
Ramachandrapura
m PS
Old Bus Stand Center
2
2
82.032
83
16.832
81
Ramachandrapuram
1422
East
Godavari
Ramachandrapura
m PS
Vella Bridge
2
2
82.037
61
16.824
57
Ramachandrapuram
1423
East
Godavari
Ramachandrapura
m PS
Janda Vedhi jn
2
2
82.027
83
16.832
79
Ramachandrapuram
1424
East
Godavari
Ramachandrapura
m PS
Housing Board Colony
2
2
82.022
16
16.841
64
Ramachandrapuram
1425
East
Godavari
Ramachandrapura
m PS
Ratnampeta High School center
2
2
82.023
64
16.838
16
Ramachandrapuram
1426
East
Godavari
Ramachandrapura
m PS
Lalitha Nagar Center, Mutchmulli
Road
2
2
82.024
05
16.835
06
Ramachandrapuram
CIRCLE
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Proposed Location for
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Quantity
Fix
ed
PT
Z
Coordinates
Nearest APSFL
PoP
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
2
82.035
52
16.834
75
Ramachandrapuram
1427
East
Godavari
Ramachandrapura
m PS
Modern Hidgh School Center, Surya
Nagar
2
1428
East
Godavari
Ramachandrapura
m PS
Annapurna Center
2
1
3
82.029
19
16.837
93
Ramachandrapuram
1429
East
Godavari
Ramachandrapura
m PS
Sivalayam centre
3
1
4
82.029
73
16.835
47
Ramachandrapuram
1430
East
Godavari
RJVMU
I Town
Vijaya durga College centre
1
0
1
81.784
69
17.011
32
GODAVARI
1431
East
Godavari
RJVMU
I Town
12 Tap Centre
1
0
1
81.787
31
17.012
57
GODAVARI
1432
East
Godavari
RJVMU
I Town
16 tap centre
1
0
1
81.787
55
17.011
91
GODAVARI
1433
East
Godavari
RJVMU
I Town
Arts college, rythu Bazar
1
0
1
81.786
03
17.015
01
GODAVARI
1434
East
Godavari
RJVMU
III Town
Arts college west side
1
0
1
81.783
59
17.013
62
GODAVARI
1435
East
Godavari
RJVMU
III Town
Arts college 2nd Gate
0
1
1
81.782
57
17.015
42
GODAVARI
1436
East
Godavari
RJVMU
III Town
Arts college Main Gate
0
1
1
81.785
57
17.014
87
GODAVARI
1437
East
Godavari
RJVMU
III Town
R & B Guest House Centre
0
1
1
81.787
59
17.016
23
GODAVARI
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Proposed Location for
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temple
near
Nearest APSFL
PoP
Fix
ed
PT
Z
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
1
0
1
81.787
98
17.008
85
GODAVARI
1438
East
Godavari
RJVMU
1439
East
Godavari
Peddapuram PS
Near Chacha School
2
2
82.149
18
17.076
27
Peddapuram
1440
East
Godavari
Peddapuram PS
Near Excise Office
2
2
82.135
22
17.080
73
Peddapuram
1441
East
Godavari
Peddapuram PS
Sivalayamgudi
3
1
4
82.141
31
17.076
58
Peddapuram
1442
East
Godavari
Peddapuram PS
Two Theater Center
4
1
5
82.134
13
17.077
5
Peddapuram
1443
East
Godavari
Peddapuram PS
VenkateswaraSwamy Temple
3
1
4
82.135
55
17.077
31
Peddapuram
1444
East
Godavari
Peddapuram PS
Vemulavali Center
4
1
5
82.136
6
17.077
19
Peddapuram
1445
East
Godavari
Peddapuram PS
Suryarao Hotel
3
1
4
82.138
99
17.076
64
Peddapuram
1446
East
Godavari
Peddapuram PS
Near ICICI Bank
3
1
4
82.139
64
17.076
84
Peddapuram
1447
East
Godavari
Peddapuram PS
Maridamma Temple
4
1
5
82.139
93
17.078
71
Peddapuram
1448
East
Godavari
Peddapuram PS
KrishnudiGudi
2
2
82.138
73
17.079
18
Peddapuram
1449
East
Peddapuram PS
Darga Center
4
5
82.135
17.080
Peddapuram
Prkngr
Anjaneya swamy
Jakkampudi
Coordinates
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Fix
ed
PT
Z
Coordinates
Tot
al
Godavari
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
63
55
Nearest APSFL
PoP
1450
East
Godavari
Peddapuram PS
Lalitha Theater Root
3
1
4
82.132
11
17.080
72
Peddapuram
1451
East
Godavari
Peddapuram PS
Jaggampeta Center
3
1
4
82.128
31
17.081
29
Peddapuram
1452
East
Godavari
Peddapuram PS
Gayathri Gas Agencies
3
1
4
82.141
68
17.076
48
Peddapuram
1453
East
Godavari
Peddapuram PS
Municipal Office Center
3
1
4
82.143
38
17.075
28
Peddapuram
1454
East
Godavari
RJVMU
Prkngr
Venkateswara Nagar Park
1
0
1
81.804
4
17.011
05
VENKATESWARA
NAGAR
1455
East
Godavari
RJVMU
Prkngr
Near Sai baba temple, Thilak Road
0
1
1
81.795
07
17.004
74
VENKATESWARA
NAGAR
1456
East
Godavari
RJVMU
Prkngr
Near Venkteswara Swamy temple,
At AVA Road
0
1
1
81.799
56
17.013
66
VENKATESWARA
NAGAR
1457
East
Godavari
RJVMU
Prkngr
Opp: Best Prize, RTC Colony
1
0
1
81.809
76
17.006
71
VENKATESWARA
NAGAR
1458
East
Godavari
RJVMU
Prkngr
Jayasri Gardens
1
0
1
81.795
17.009
88
VENKATESWARA
NAGAR
1459
East
Godavari
RJVMU
Prkngr
Mallena Nagar
1
0
1
81.792
87
17.006
73
VENKATESWARA
NAGAR
1460
East
Godavari
Sarpavaram PS
2
82.258
32
17.005
86
Sarpavaram
YSR Statue Centre
( vakalapudi)
2
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Quantity
Proposed Location for
Installation
Coordinates
Fix
ed
PT
Z
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
1461
East
Godavari
Sarpavaram PS
Valasapakala, T-Junction
3
1
4
82.258
93
16.994
Sarpavaram
1462
East
Godavari
Sarpavaram PS
Gaigolupadu Junction
3
1
4
82.238
42
16.995
4
Sarpavaram
1463
East
Godavari
Sarpavaram PS
Ramanayyapeta Market
3
1
4
82.245
53
16.994
98
Sarpavaram
1464
East
Godavari
Thimmpuram PS
Avanthinagar ( near bridge)
3
3
82.243
84
17.009
71
Sarpavaram
1465
East
Godavari
Addateegala PS
Addategala Center
3
4
82.023
14
17.480
1
Addateegala
1466
East
Godavari
Addateegala PS
Opposite Police Station
2
2
82.022
07
17.478
44
Addateegala
1467
East
Godavari
Addateegala PS
Bus stand
1
2
82.024
02
17.477
21
Addateegala
1468
East
Godavari
Addateegala PS
D.Bhimavaram Road
Shandy Market)
1469
East
Godavari
Addateegala PS
1470
East
Godavari
1471
1472
Juntiion
(
1
3
1
4
82.023
86
17.479
97
Addateegala
Y.Junctionaddategala
3
1
4
82.022
14
17.474
73
Addateegala
Addateegala PS
Ventamamidi Junction
3
1
4
82.000
07
17.478
32
Addateegala
East
Godavari
Addateegala PS
Bus Stand Junction
3
3
82.023
62
17.476
73
Addateegala
East
Alamuru PS
Jonnada Center
4
5
81.864
16.793
Alamuru
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Proposed Location for
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Quantity
Fix
ed
PT
Z
Coordinates
Tot
al
Nearest APSFL
PoP
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
92
51
4
81.951
55
16.930
53
Anaparthy
3
81.959
26
16.932
09
Anaparthy
Godavari
1473
East
Godavari
Anaparthi PS
Devi center near Bus stand
3
1474
East
Godavari
Anaparthi PS
Red bridge center
3
1475
East
Godavari
Anaparthi PS
Gangi Reddy Nursing Home Center
3
1
4
81.954
65
16.935
22
Anaparthy
1476
East
Godavari
Anaparthi PS
Railway Station
7
1
3
81.954
05
16.936
05
Anaparthy
1477
East
Godavari
Anapathi PS
I LTD Fly over Bridge Entrance
3
1
4
81.951
51
16.930
56
Anaparthy
1478
East
Godavari
Gollaprolups
Vajrakutam Junction
4
1
5
82.272
41
17.220
04
Cheborlu
1479
East
Godavari
Gollaprolups
Chendurthi Junction at NH-16 road
4
1
5
82.301
13
17.174
37
Cheborlu
1480
East
Godavari
Gollaprolups
A.K.Mallavaram Road
3
1
4
82.314
74
17.191
68
Cheborlu
1481
East
Godavari
Gollaprolups
RamalayamChebrolu
2
2
82.315
4
17.195
07
Cheborlu
1482
East
Godavari
Gollaprolups
Sattemathalli temple
2
2
82.320
23
17.215
15
Cheborlu
1483
East
Godavari
Gollaprolups
Pendurthijn
3
3
82.311
39
17.233
18
Cheborlu
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Proposed Location for
Installation
Quantity
Fix
ed
PT
Z
Coordinates
Nearest APSFL
PoP
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
3
82.298
83
17.171
29
Cheborlu
1484
East
Godavari
Gollaprolups
Thateparthjn
3
1485
East
Godavari
Gollaprolups
Vannepudi Junction NH-16 Road
4
1
5
82.272
77
17.219
85
Cheborlu
1486
East
Godavari
RJVMU
Goakavaram
Old Busstand centre
0
1
1
81.850
24
17.255
95
GOKAVARAM
1487
East
Godavari
RJVMU
Goakavaram
Kothapalli centre
0
1
1
81.894
21
17.287
54
GOKAVARAM
1488
East
Godavari
RJVMU
Goakavaram
RTC complex
4
1
2
81.849
83
17.262
71
GOKAVARAM
1489
East
Godavari
RJVMU
Goakavaram
Devi Chowk
1
1
2
81.848
64
17.262
59
GOKAVARAM
1490
East
Godavari
RJVMU
Goakavaram
Anajaneya Swamy temple centre
0
1
1
81.848
98
17.260
31
GOKAVARAM
1491
East
Godavari
Jaggampeta PS
JVR complex centre near SBI
4
1
5
82.060
74
17.174
16
Jaggampeta
1492
East
Godavari
Jaggampeta PS
Under pass bridge, Jaggampeta near
NTR statue RTC complex
2
2
82.057
11
17.173
Jaggampeta
1493
East
Godavari
Jaggampeta PS
Shandy
market
Peddapuram road
2
2
82.057
99
17.171
Jaggampeta
1494
East
Godavari
Jaggampeta PS
Opposite police station, Gokavaram
road
2
2
82.056
96
17.173
31
Jaggampeta
Jaggampeta,
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Installation
Quantity
Coordinates
Nearest APSFL
PoP
Fix
ed
PT
Z
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Adithyahospitl, Z.Ragampeta on NH
-16
4
1
5
82.051
18
17.172
55
Jaggampeta
1495
East
Godavari
Gandepalli PS
1496
East
Godavari
RJVMU
Korukonda
Busstand centre
0
1
2
81.830
94
17.169
36
KORUKONDA
1497
East
Godavari
RJVMU
Korukonda
Lakshmi narasimha swamy temple
1
0
1
81.824
78
17.172
48
KORUKONDA
1498
East
Godavari
RJVMU
Korukonda
Srirangapatnam
2
0
2
81.805
83
17.181
53
KORUKONDA
1499
East
Godavari
RJVMU
Korukonda
Kapavaram centre
0
1
1
81.830
09
17.164
84
KORUKONDA
1500
East
Godavari
RJVMU
Goakavaram
Gummaladoddi
1
0
1
81.841
01
17.194
94
KORUKONDA
1501
East
Godavari
Angara PS
Kapileswarapuram Bus stand
3
1
4
81.921
45
16.741
51
Kothapeta
1502
East
Godavari
Kothapeta PS
Yenugumahal
2
2
81.893
78
16.723
08
Kothapeta
1503
East
Godavari
Kothapeta PS
Bodipalem
2
2
81.891
69
16.727
8
Kothapeta
1504
East
Godavari
Kothapeta PS
Post Office centre, Kothapeta
2
2
81.892
37
16.723
91
Kothapeta
1505
East
Godavari
Kothapeta PS
Old Bus stand Kothapeta
2
1
3
81.895
44
16.717
94
Kothapeta
1506
East
Kothapeta PS
Market centre, Kothapeta
2
1
3
81.896
16.714
Kothapeta
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Taluq
Area
Proposed Location for
Installation
Quantity
Fix
ed
PT
Z
Coordinates
Tot
al
Godavari
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
03
24
Nearest APSFL
PoP
1507
East
Godavari
Kothapeta PS
Maruthicentre, Kothapeta
2
2
81.895
29
16.709
88
Kothapeta
1508
East
Godavari
Kothapeta PS
Manna church centre, Kothapeta
2
2
81.894
75
16.710
93
Kothapeta
1509
East
Godavari
Kothapeta PS
Palivela Bridge, Kothapeta
2
2
81.895
45
16.699
4
Kothapeta
1510
East
Godavari
Mandapeta Town
PS
Maredubaka Center
4
4
81.938
59
16.860
98
Mandapeta
1511
East
Godavari
Mandapeta Town
PS
Gold Market Center
6
1
7
81.928
46
16.862
24
Mandapeta
1512
East
Godavari
Mummidivaram
PS
High School Center
3
1
4
82.107
91
16.644
18
Mummidivaram
1513
East
Godavari
Mummidivaram
PS
Vishnulayam Center
2
2
82.106
64
16.643
74
Mummidivaram
1514
East
Godavari
Mummidivaram
PS
Near Register Office Center
2
2
82.102
16
16.641
26
Mummidivaram
1515
East
Godavari
Mummidivaram
PS
Balagate Center
3
1
4
82.103
54
16.643
3
Mummidivaram
1516
East
Godavari
Mummidivaram
PS
Kondalammachinta
3
1
4
82.095
65
16.636
85
Mummidivaram
1517
East
Godavari
Razole PS
Tatipaka Centre
3
1
4
81.879
98
16.496
47
Nagaram
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Daily
market,
PT
Z
Coordinates
Nearest APSFL
PoP
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
2
2
81.879
06
16.496
11
Nagaram
1518
East
Godavari
Razole PS
Victory Bazar,
Tatipaka
1519
East
Godavari
Razole PS
Andra Bank, Tatipaka
2
2
81.875
85
16.495
1
Nagaram
1520
East
Godavari
Razole PS
SBI, Bank, Tatipaka
2
2
81.874
81
16.494
69
Nagaram
1521
East
Godavari
Pithapuram PS
Kotagummam Center
4
4
82.252
25
17.114
52
Pithapuram
1522
East
Godavari
Pithapuram PS
Market Center
4
4
82.254
99
17.116
2
Pithapuram
1523
East
Godavari
Pithapuram PS
Municipality Office
2
2
82.253
73
17.117
86
Pithapuram
1524
East
Godavari
Pithapuram PS
Church Center
2
3
82.255
94
17.117
69
Pithapuram
1525
East
Godavari
Pithapuram PS
Agraharam Cattle Sandy Center
3
3
82.259
51
17.128
3
Pithapuram
1526
East
Godavari
Pithapuram PS
Y.Junction
3
4
82.259
91
17.128
6
Pithapuram
1527
East
Godavari
Pithapuram PS
Tarakarama Naga Junction
4
4
82.258
61
17.121
86
Pithapuram
1528
East
Godavari
Pithapuram PS
Rama Theater Center
4
4
82.257
88
17.117
91
Pithapuram
1529
East
Pithapuram PS
S.B.I Center
4
5
82.257
17.116
Pithapuram
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ed
PT
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Tot
al
Godavari
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
75
6
Nearest APSFL
PoP
1530
East
Godavari
Pithapuram PS
Indira Nagar Center
4
4
82.253
92
17.113
02
Pithapuram
1531
East
Godavari
Pithapuram PS
StuvartPeta Center
4
4
82.258
61
17.112
33
Pithapuram
1532
East
Godavari
Pithapuram PS
Siva Durga Theater
3
1
4
82.256
48
17.112
5
Pithapuram
1533
East
Godavari
Pithapuram PS
Radhalapetaambedkar Center
4
1
5
82.252
51
17.109
03
Pithapuram
1534
East
Godavari
Pithapuram PS
Government Hospital Center
3
3
82.249
28
17.108
22
Pithapuram
1535
East
Godavari
Pithapuram PS
Police Station Center
4
4
82.248
42
17.109
21
Pithapuram
1536
East
Godavari
Pithapuram PS
Pedda Bazar Center
3
3
82.251
91
17.114
39
Pithapuram
1537
East
Godavari
Rangampeta PS
Main Road Center Rangampeta
2
2
82.000
13
17.091
73
Rangampeta
1538
East
Godavari
Rangampeta PS
Rangampeta P.S
2
2
81.998
12
17.091
58
Rangampeta
1539
East
Godavari
Rangampeta PS
Vadisaleru Village, ADB, Road
2
2
81.985
98
17.088
92
Rangampeta
1540
East
Godavari
Gandepalli PS
Ramesampeta village junction
2
2
82.049
17
17.084
76
Rangampeta
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Fix
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PT
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Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
1541
East
Godavari
Ravulapalem PS
High School Centre, Kothapeta Road
3
1
4
81.844
24
16.761
1
Ravulapalem
1542
East
Godavari
Ravulapalem PS
Govt., Junior college
4
1
5
81.844
95
16.767
73
Ravulapalem
1543
East
Godavari
Ravulapalem PS
KVR center
4
1
5
81.842
39
16.762
41
Ravulapalem
1544
East
Godavari
Ravulapalem PS
Maruthi Center
4
1
5
81.841
8
16.761
4
Ravulapalem
1545
East
Godavari
Ravulapalem PS
Balarama Reddy Hospital center
4
1
5
81.839
04
16.756
29
Ravulapalem
1546
East
Godavari
Ravulapalem PS
WHY-NOT showroom center
3
1
4
81.840
16
16.763
49
Ravulapalem
1547
East
Godavari
Ravulapalem PS
MRO office center
3
1
4
81.841
97
16.761
31
Ravulapalem
1548
East
Godavari
Ravulapalem PS
Anjaneyaswamy temple
2
1
4
81.843
41
16.765
06
Ravulapalem
1549
East
Godavari
Ravulapalem PS
Market center
4
1
5
81.833
32
16.772
64
Ravulapalem
1550
East
Godavari
Ravulapalem PS
Ankalamma Temple center near
Essar Petrol bunk
3
1
4
81.833
32
16.772
64
Ravulapalem
1551
East
Godavari
Ravulapalem PS
Sai Baba temple, Ubalanka
4
1
5
81.822
2
16.781
91
Ravulapalem
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Proposed Location for
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Nearest APSFL
PoP
Fix
ed
PT
Z
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
1
4
81.838
2
16.476
94
Razole
1552
East
Godavari
Razole PS
Area Hospital
3
1553
East
Godavari
Razole PS
RTC Complex inside
2
2
81.836
12
16.469
Razole
1554
East
Godavari
Razole PS
RTC Complex, Main Road at out
Gate
2
2
81.836
21
16.467
8
Razole
1555
East
Godavari
Razole PS
Razole Z Centre
4
1
5
81.840
76
16.478
48
Razole
1556
East
Godavari
Razole PS
MusalammaTalli Temple, Sivkodu
3
1
4
81.836
28
16.462
53
Razole
1557
East
Godavari
Razole PS
High School Centre
3
3
81.831
45
16.462
61
Razole
1558
East
Godavari
Razole PS
Narayana
School
Sivakodu-V
2
2
81.836
2
16.464
94
Razole
1559
East
Godavari
Razole PS
SBI, Razole Branch
2
2
81.843
11
16.478
78
Razole
1560
East
Godavari
Razole PS
SBI, ADB, Razole
2
2
81.836
21
16.472
98
Razole
1561
East
Godavari
Razole PS
Podalada lakula center
2
2
81.860
66
16.489
86
Razole
1562
East
Godavari
Razole PS
Petrol Bunk , razole
2
2
81.836
77
16.473
9
Razole
1563
East
Razole PS
MRO office, Razole
2
2
81.837
16.474
Razole
&
College
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ed
PT
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Coordinates
Tot
al
Godavari
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
37
8
Nearest APSFL
PoP
1564
East
Godavari
Razole PS
Razole one way Junction
3
1
4
81.844
48
16.481
56
Razole
1565
East
Godavari
Rampachodavara
m PS
Ambedhkar Center
3
1
4
81.782
43
17.435
83
RC Varam
1566
East
Godavari
Rampachodavara
m PS
Rampa Road (opp state bank)
2
2
81.777
05
17.437
85
RC Varam
1567
East
Godavari
Rampachodavara
m PS
DevipatnamRaod (oppgovtJn collage
Road)
2
2
81.777
91
17.436
19
RC Varam
1568
East
Godavari
Rampachodavara
m PS
Opposite ASP Office
3
4
81.778
47
17.438
74
RC Varam
1569
East
Godavari
Rampachodavara
m PS
Opposite Area Hospital
2
2
81.777
35
17.431
32
RC Varam
1570
East
Godavari
Rampachodavara
m PS
Opposite ITDA office
2
2
81.776
62
17.438
04
RC Varam
1571
East
Godavari
Rampachodavara
m PS
Devi Temple, MaredumilliRaod
2
2
81.777
12
17.439
92
RC Varam
1572
East
Godavari
Rampachodavara
m PS
Opposite Andhra Bank
2
2
81.777
05
17.437
88
RC Varam
1573
East
Godavari
U.Kothapalli PS
Uppada Center
4
1
5
82.334
25
17.081
41
U.Kothapalli
1574
East
Godavari
Tuni Town PS
LIC Building
3
1
4
82.534
35
17.355
71
Veeravarapupeta
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Proposed Location for
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Quantity
Coordinates
Nearest APSFL
PoP
Fix
ed
PT
Z
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
1
4
82.539
03
17.357
31
Veeravarapupeta
1575
East
Godavari
Tuni Town PS
Rama theater Center
4
1576
East
Godavari
Tuni Town PS
P.S. Center
3
3
82.541
68
17.358
86
Veeravarapupeta
1577
East
Godavari
Tuni Town PS
Sub Registrar Office
2
2
82.542
12
17.359
24
Veeravarapupeta
1578
East
Godavari
Tuni Town PS
E-Seva Center
3
1
4
82.542
95
17.359
84
Veeravarapupeta
1579
East
Godavari
Tuni Town PS
Railway Station
7
1
4
82.543
23
17.360
62
Veeravarapupeta
1580
East
Godavari
Tuni Town PS
GollaApparao Center
4
1
5
82.545
76
17.361
56
Veeravarapupeta
1581
East
Godavari
Tuni Town PS
Thalupulammatalli Center
3
1
4
82.546
13
17.360
61
Veeravarapupeta
1582
East
Godavari
Tuni Town PS
Masjid Center
2
2
82.545
99
17.358
82
Veeravarapupeta
1583
East
Godavari
Tuni Town PS
Bellapu Street
2
2
82.545
71
17.358
31
Veeravarapupeta
1584
East
Godavari
Tuni Town PS
Balaji Center
4
1
5
82.545
43
17.357
51
Veeravarapupeta
1585
East
Godavari
Tuni Town PS
Balaji Road
4
1
5
82.541
19
17.358
56
Veeravarapupeta
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Quantity
Fix
ed
PT
Z
Coordinates
Nearest APSFL
PoP
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
2
82.544
12
17.357
33
Veeravarapupeta
1586
East
Godavari
Tuni Town PS
Anjaneyaswamy Temple
2
1587
East
Godavari
Tuni Town PS
Park Center
4
1
5
82.543
05
17.356
32
Veeravarapupeta
1588
East
Godavari
Tuni Town PS
Govt Area Hospital
3
1
4
82.544
02
17.354
47
Veeravarapupeta
1589
East
Godavari
Tuni Town PS
Market Yard
2
2
82.540
87
17.353
26
Veeravarapupeta
1590
East
Godavari
Tuni Town PS
Srinivasa Center
3
4
82.545
5
17.361
67
Veeravarapupeta
1591
East
Godavari
Tuni Town PS
Seetarampuram Junction
2
2
82.539
28
17.365
28
Veeravarapupeta
1592
East
Godavari
Tuni Town PS
RTC Complex
4
1
5
82.543
14
17.368
02
Veeravarapupeta
1593
East
Godavari
Tuni Town PS
Kottam Center
3
1
4
82.545
7
17.367
81
Veeravarapupeta
1594
East
Godavari
Yeleswaram PS
BalajicentreYeleswaram
4
1
5
82.106
35
17.288
18
Yeleswaram
1595
East
Godavari
Yeleswaram PS
RTC complex Yeleswaram
2
2
82.106
06
17.286
34
Yeleswaram
1596
East
Godavari
Rayavaram PS
Rayavaram Bus stop center
4
5
82.000
92
16.904
7
Rayavaram
1597
East
Biccavole PS
VoolapalliBridge Center
3
3
82.048
16.930
Rayavaram
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Proposed Location for
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Fix
ed
PT
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Coordinates
Tot
al
Nearest APSFL
PoP
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
08
85
5
82.011
22
16.924
47
Rayavaram
2
82.097
44
17.200
05
Krishnavaram
Godavari
1598
East
Godavari
Biccavole PS
Thossipudi Bridge Center
4
1599
East
Godavari
Kirlampudi PS
Burugupudi village centre
2
1600
East
Godavari
Kirlampudi PS
Goneda village bridge centre
4
1
5
82.115
53
17.175
1
Krishnavaram
1601
East
Godavari
Yeleswaram PS
Yerravaramcentre NH-16
Yeleswaram
3
1
4
82.126
16
17.230
28
Krishnavaram
1602
East
Godavari
RJVMU
RJNM
Opp: GSL College, NH-16
0
1
1
81.881
33
17.065
49
RAJANAGARAM
1603
East
Godavari
RJVMU
RJNM
Kanakadurga
NH-16
1
0
1
81.890
95
17.068
95
RAJANAGARAM
1604
East
Godavari
RJVMU
RJNM
Narendrapuram Junction, NH-16
0
1
1
81.896
12
17.079
19
RAJANAGARAM
1605
East
Godavari
RJVMU
RJNM
Kalavacharla Junction
0
1
1
81.904
62
17.083
31
RAJANAGARAM
1606
East
Godavari
RJVMU
RJNM
Market center
4
0
1
81.899
99
17.077
68
RAJANAGARAM
1607
East
Godavari
Angara PS
Angara Center near Bus stand
2
2
81.935
7
16.773
76
Angara
1608
East
Godavari
Angara PS
Teki Center
4
5
81.955
86
16.769
38
Angara
road ,
Junction,
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Proposed Location for
Installation
NH-16
road,
Coordinates
Nearest APSFL
PoP
Fix
ed
PT
Z
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
4
1
5
82.415
73
17.294
74
Annavaram
1609
East
Godavari
Annavaram PS
Mandapam center,
Annavaram
1610
East
Godavari
Annavaram PS
High Temple, NH-16, Annavaram
2
2
82.414
12
17.274
61
Annavaram
1611
East
Godavari
Annavaram PS
Old Bus stand, Annavaram
2
2
82.405
97
17.284
49
Annavaram
1612
East
Godavari
Annavaram PS
Temple Out Gate, Annnavaram
2
2
82.405
31
17.284
03
Annavaram
1613
East
Godavari
Annavaram PS
Temple Steps Annavaram
2
2
82.405
06
17.283
11
Annavaram
1614
East
Godavari
Annavaram PS
RTC complex, Annavaram
2
2
82.403
27
17.280
46
Annavaram
1615
East
Godavari
Annavaram PS
Temple In gate
2
2
82.401
26
17.278
74
Annavaram
1616
East
Godavari
Thondnagi PS
Bendapudi Y-junction
3
4
82.390
48
17.270
95
Annavaram
1617
East
Godavari
Pithapuram PS
Satya Township
2
2
82.277
45
17.144
02
B.Prathipadu
1618
East
Godavari
Gollaprolups
Rayavaram Centre
3
4
82.286
13
17.153
08
B.Prathipadu
1619
East
Godavari
Gollaprolups
Ramalayamcentre
2
2
82.286
41
17.154
22
B.Prathipadu
1620
East
Gollaprolups
Balla Market
2
2
82.286
17.153
B.Prathipadu
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Quantity
Fix
ed
PT
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Tot
al
Godavari
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
13
43
Nearest APSFL
PoP
1621
East
Godavari
Gollaprolups
M.D.O. Office
2
2
82.288
64
17.157
24
1622
East
Godavari
Sarpavaram PS
D Mart 4 Road junction
4
4
82.246
53
16.092
63
1623
East
Godavari
RJVMU
Burugupudi gate
0
1
1
81.834
01
17.138
16
BURUGUPUDI
1624
East
Godavari
Tuni Rural PS
Jagannadagiricentre
4
1
5
82.522
77
17.351
74
Chamavaram
1625
East
Godavari
Tuni Rural PS
Velampeta center
2
2
82.515
98
17.343
44
Chamavaram
1626
East
Godavari
Tuni Rural PS
Chepurucentre
4
1
5
82.502
18
17.336
54
Chamavaram
1627
East
Godavari
RJVMU
Dowleswaram
Busstand centre
0
1
1
81.782
21
16.950
12
COTTON
1628
East
Godavari
RJVMU
Dowleswaram
SBI, Dowleswaram
1
0
1
81.783
37
16.952
95
COTTON
1629
East
Godavari
RJVMU
Dowleswaram
Saibaba temple
0
1
1
81.784
07
16.956
08
COTTON
1630
East
Godavari
RJVMU
Dowleswaram
Quarry canel road
0
1
1
81.788
74
16.952
16
COTTON
1631
East
Godavari
RJVMU
Dowleswaram
Girls High School
1
0
1
81.782
23
16.945
71
COTTON
Korukonda
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al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
1632
East
Godavari
RJVMU
Dowleswaram
Irrigation Quarters
0
1
1
81.788
85
16.942
36
COTTON
1633
East
Godavari
RJVMU
Bommuru
Beejapuri Township
1
0
1
81.836
57
17.039
59
DIWANCHERUVU
1634
East
Godavari
RJVMU
RJNM
Giet College, NH-16
0
1
1
81.867
9
17.057
88
DIWANCHERUVU
1635
East
Godavari
RJVMU
Prkngr
Alla Banks Colony
1
0
1
81.803
07
17.103
23
GADALA
1636
East
Godavari
RJVMU
Korukonda
Airport main gate
2
0
2
81.826
38
17.100
33
GADALA
1637
East
Godavari
I Town PS
V.M.Junction.
4
1
5
82.232
9
16.937
01
Jaganadapuram
1638
East
Godavari
I Town PS
Chinna Market Centre, Kakinada.
4
1
5
82.234
74
16.936
1
Jaganadapuram
1639
East
Godavari
Indrapalem PS
TurangiRavindranagarcentre(karapa
road)
3
3
82.225
27
16.933
62
Jaganadapuram
1640
East
Godavari
Indrapalem PS
Turangi DRK Bunk centre (karapa
road)
3
3
82.223
6
16.932
38
Jaganadapuram
1641
East
Godavari
Indrapalem PS
TurangiAyappaswami temple(karapa
road)
2
2
82.218
24
16.928
25
Jaganadapuram
1642
East
Godavari
Indrapalem PS
TurangiBodducheruvu
2
2
82.228
36
16.926
97
Jaganadapuram
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Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
1643
East
Godavari
Indrapalem PS
Pagadalapeta Fish market
2
2
82.238
63
16.916
99
Jaganadapuram
1644
East
Godavari
Indrapalem PS
Mahalaxminagarcentre
3
3
82.234
96
16.927
76
Jaganadapuram
1645
East
Godavari
Pamarru PS
Kotipalli Bathing Ghat
2
2
82.036
53
16.698
38
K.Gangavaram
1646
East
Godavari
Pamarru PS
K.Gangavaram Center
3
4
82.050
24
16.732
95
K.Gangavaram
1647
East
Godavari
Pamarru PS
India no-1 ATM center
2
2
82.050
13
16.732
34
K.Gangavaram
1648
East
Godavari
RJVMU
Kadiam
Devi centre
3
0
3
81.817
44
16.911
45
KADIYAPULANKA
1649
East
Godavari
RJVMU
Kadiam
Kadiayapulanka Flower market
2
0
2
81.806
12
16.888
92
KADIYAPULANKA
1650
East
Godavari
RJVMU
Kadiam
SBI ATM, High school Raod
1
0
1
81.817
86
16.909
26
KADIYAPULANKA
1651
East
Godavari
RJVMU
Korukonda
Gadarada temple
1
1
2
81.888
12
17.158
23
KALAVACHARLA
1652
East
Godavari
Amalapuram
Town PS
Red Bridge
2
2
82.018
63
16.585
78
Kamanagaruvu
1653
East
Godavari
Pithapuram PS
Padagaya Center NH 216
4
5
82.244
73
17.106
85
Kandarada
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Fix
ed
PT
Z
Coordinates
Nearest APSFL
PoP
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
2
82.355
06
17.244
15
Kathipudi
1654
East
Godavari
Annavaram PS
Seethammapeta, NH-16 road
2
1655
East
Godavari
Annavaram PS
MVI Office, Kathipudi
3
1
4
82.346
94
17.243
07
Kathipudi
1656
East
Godavari
Annavaram PS
Nellipudi Center, Kathipudi
4
1
5
82.335
68
17.243
13
Kathipudi
1657
East
Godavari
Annavaram PS
RTC complex, Kathipudi
4
1
5
82.330
85
17.242
78
Kathipudi
1658
East
Godavari
Thondnagi PS
Bendapudicentre
2
2
82.377
07
17.263
58
Kathipudi
1659
East
Godavari
Mandapeta Rural
PS
Kesavaram Center
4
1
5
81.880
44
16.935
23
Kesavaram
1660
East
Godavari
RJVMU
Kadiam
Jegurupadu centre
1
0
1
81.857
31
16.907
75
MURAMANDA
1661
East
Godavari
RJVMU
Kadiam
Muramanda Busstand
1
0
1
81.857
31
16.882
45
MURAMANDA
1662
East
Godavari
RJVMU
Kadiam
Dulla NTR Statue centre
2
0
2
81.859
76
16.859
89
MURAMANDA
1663
East
Godavari
RJVMU
Kadiam
Chintalamma temple, Veeravaram
0
1
1
81.827
63
16.877
41
MURAMANDA
1664
East
Godavari
II Town L&O PS
Ashoknagar ( Andhra Bank centre)
3
3
82.231
43
16.982
59
Nagamallithota
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Coordinates
Nearest APSFL
PoP
Fix
ed
PT
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Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
3
1
4
82.237
3
16.987
25
Nagamallithota
1
4
82.239
97
16.986
71
Nagamallithota
1665
East
Godavari
Sarpavaram PS
SV Rangarao Statue
centre)
1666
East
Godavari
Sarpavaram PS
Tower clock Radhakrishna Petrol
bunk junction ( Near Asram Public
School)
3
1667
East
Godavari
Indrapalem PS
Janachaitanya
S.Atchutapuram
3
3
82.222
1
16.984
01
Nagamallithota
1668
East
Godavari
II Town L&O PS
Mother Teresa statue
2
2
82.245
16.967
32
New Kakinada
1669
East
Godavari
II Town L&O PS
Suresh Chicken centre
3
1
4
82.240
04
16.970
79
New Kakinada
1670
East
Godavari
II Town L&O PS
Recharlapeta( NTR statue)
3
1
4
82.238
5
16.962
33
New Kakinada
1671
East
Godavari
II Town L&O PS
Santhinagar (Water tank centre)
3
1
4
82.245
39
16.970
18
New Kakinada
1672
East
Godavari
Ramachandrapura
m PS
Pasalapapudi Bypass Road
3
1
4
82.011
63
16.844
53
Pasalapudi
1673
East
Godavari
Rayavaram PS
Someswaram Bridge Center
4
1
5
81.981
07
16.854
Pasalapudi
1674
East
Godavari
Rayavaram PS
PasalapudiCentner
3
1
4
82.006
03
16.843
13
Pasalapudi
1675
East
Godavari
Amalapuram
Town PS
Peruru ΓÇÿYΓÇÖ Junction
3
1
4
81.989
28
16.550
12
Peruru
Bridge
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Proposed Location for
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ed
Bridge
(towards
PT
Z
Coordinates
Nearest APSFL
PoP
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
2
82.219
15
16.970
99
Pratapnagar
4
82.219
17
16.961
38
Pratapnagar
1676
East
Godavari
II Town L&O PS
Pratapnagar
Samalkot)
1677
East
Godavari
Indrapalem PS
IndrapalemMusalammathalli temple
centre
3
1678
East
Godavari
Indrapalem PS
Kovvadavinayakudigudi
2
2
82.196
88
16.965
64
Pratapnagar
1679
East
Godavari
Indrapalem PS
Ganganapalli village centre
3
3
82.204
62
16.966
82
Pratapnagar
1680
East
Godavari
Indrapalem PS
IndrapalemBrahminaAgraharamcent
re
2
2
82.219
16
16.965
83
Pratapnagar
1681
East
Godavari
Indrapalem PS
Bannygari church Madhuranagar
2
2
82.223
85
16.979
49
Pratapnagar
1682
East
Godavari
RJVMU
Bommuru
Satelite city, D-Block
1
0
1
81.830
45
16.974
86
SATILITE CITY
1683
East
Godavari
RJVMU
Bommuru
Satelite city, 13th Street
1
0
1
81.841
8
16.989
62
SATILITE CITY
1684
East
Godavari
RJVMU
III Town
Rythubazar, Quary market
1
0
1
81.788
55
17.032
54
SUBBARAONAGA
R
1685
East
Godavari
RJVMU
III Town
Gammon Bridge, Katheru
2
0
2
81.774
84
17.049
14
SUBBARAONAGA
R
1686
East
Godavari
Tuni Rural PS
Tetaguntacentre
3
1
4
82.440
99
17.305
6
Tetagunta
1687
East
Tuni Rural PS
RTA check post
3
1
4
82.424
17.299
Tetagunta
2
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ed
PT
Z
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Tot
al
Godavari
1688
East
Godavari
RJVMU
1689
East
Godavari
1690
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
35
81
Nearest APSFL
PoP
Santhi Puram
1
0
1
81.785
09
16.996
87
THADITHOTA
Sarpavaram PS
Rayudupalem Junction
3
1
4
82.248
38
17.013
7
Thimmapuram
East
Godavari
Thimmpuram PS
Unduru Junction( ADB Road)
4
1
5
82.240
2
17.023
28
Thimmapuram
1691
East
Godavari
Thimmpuram PS
Pandurucentre-NH 216
3
1
4
82.250
78
17.055
25
Thimmapuram
1692
East
Godavari
Thimmpuram PS
Nemam Guest house (beach road)
3
3
82.301
23
17.038
94
Vakalapudi
1693
East
Godavari
Ravulapalem PS
Mallayyadoddi center
4
4
81.834
57
16.736
25
Ethakota
1694
East
Godavari
Ravulapalem PS
Ethakota
4
1
5
81.832
13
16.726
93
Ethakota
1695
East
Godavari
Ravulapalem PS
Gopalapuram center
4
1
5
81.824
46
16.706
14
Ethakota
1696
East
Godavari
Kothapeta PS
Mandapalli
2
2
81.870
66
16.740
17
Ethakota
1697
East
Godavari
Drakharama PS
BosuBomma Center (near police
station)
3
4
82.065
14
16.792
58
Draksharama
1698
East
Godavari
Drakharama PS
RTC Bus Complex
2
2
82.064
24
16.790
36
Draksharama
Bommuru
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Fix
ed
PT
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Nearest APSFL
PoP
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
2
82.064
95
16.791
98
Draksharama
1699
East
Godavari
Drakharama PS
Ranga Statue
2
1700
East
Godavari
Drakharama PS
Yanam Center
3
1
4
82.064
76
16.791
24
Draksharama
1701
East
Godavari
Drakharama PS
SBI Bank Center
2
1
3
82.060
9
16.792
41
Draksharama
1702
East
Godavari
Drakharama PS
Sri
Lord
Temple
3
1
4
82.063
65
16.792
07
Draksharama
1703
East
Godavari
Drakharama PS
Gandhi Statue
1
2
82.060
57
16.793
41
Draksharama
1704
East
Godavari
Gandepalli PS
Tallurudaba hotel centre
4
1
5
82.022
61
17.161
05
Borrampalem
1705
East
Godavari
Kirlampudi PS
Kirlampudi village centre
4
1
5
82.181
09
17.201
Velanka
1706
East
Godavari
Yeleswaram PS
Chinnampetacentre, Yeleswaram
3
1
4
82.152
34
17.238
3
Velanka
1707
East
Godavari
RJVMU
Seethanagaram
Bobbillilanka
0
1
1
81.749
37
17.092
23
Mitthipadu
1708
East
Godavari
RJVMU
II Town
5 cots market
0
1
1
81.784
08
16.981
1
Gouthami
1709
East
Godavari
RJVMU
Dowleswaram
Lakshminarasimha nagar
1
0
1
81.784
07
16.964
19
Gouthami
BheemeswaraSwamy
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Fix
ed
PT
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Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
1710
East
Godavari
RJVMU
Bommuru
Murali Konda near Water Tank
1
0
1
81.805
77
16.965
33
Hukumpeta
1711
East
Godavari
RJVMU
Bommuru
Balajipeta Near Durgamma temple
0
1
1
81.787
86
16.981
99
Hukumpeta
1712
East
Godavari
RJVMU
Bommuru
Rama krishna Nagar
1
0
1
81.795
59
16.981
31
Hukumpeta
1713
East
Godavari
RJVMU
Bommuru
Saraswathi School
1
0
1
81.800
01
16.990
39
Hukumpeta
1714
East
Godavari
Peddapuram PS
Petrol Bunk
0
2
82.147
76
17.072
96
IDA
1715
East
Godavari
Peddapuram PS
Drakhovali Church (Near BoyΓÇÖs
Govt., Hostel) (YSRCP Office PDP)
3
4
82.152
71
17.072
84
IDA
1716
East
Godavari
Peddapuram PS
Near Girls Hostel (Park Back Side)
2
2
82.149
68
17.074
29
IDA
1717
East
Godavari
Peddapuram PS
RamaraoPeta, Near MDO Office
3
4
82.144
76
17.074
04
IDA
1718
East
Godavari
Peddapuram PS
Near MeeSeva
2
2
82.143
86
17.074
74
IDA
1719
East
Godavari
Peddapuram PS
Shoba Theater Back side
3
1
4
82.139
17
17.073
43
IDA
1720
East
Godavari
RJVMU
Syamala Centre
1
0
1
81.774
81
16.994
9
AC GARDENS
II Town
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Fix
ed
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Z
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
1721
East
Godavari
RJVMU
II Town
Gowthami Ghat entrance
1
0
1
81.775
51
16.989
85
AC GARDENS
1722
East
Godavari
RJVMU
II Town
Sarswathi Ghat
1
1
2
81.772
11
16.993
42
AC GARDENS
1723
East
Godavari
RJVMU
II Town
T.Nagar, Idea Showroom
0
1
1
81.773
07
16.993
72
AC GARDENS
1724
East
Godavari
RJVMU
III Town
Vambey Houses Jn
0
1
1
81.775
98
17.018
65
ARYAPURAM
1725
East
Godavari
RJVMU
III Town
Aaryapuram Jn.
2
0
2
81.772
14
17.014
78
ARYAPURAM
1726
East
Godavari
RJVMU
III Town
Chintalamma ghat
0
1
1
81.769
88
17.017
9
ARYAPURAM
1727
East
Godavari
II Town L&O PS
Gantasala statue
3
1
4
82.244
81
16.958
41
Dairyfarm
1728
East
Godavari
III Town L&O PS
Kalpana
Bridge
End,
Sambamurthynagar 5TH Street
2
1
3
82.244
38
16.956
05
Dairyfarm
1729
East
Godavari
Port PS
Dummulapeta ( Durgamma temple
centre)
2
1
3
82.255
17
16.956
51
Dairyfarm
1730
East
Godavari
Port PS
Kumbabishekam Centre jn
3
1
4
82.268
35
16.957
26
Dairyfarm
1731
East
Godavari
Port PS
Sanjay Nagar Junction
4
1
5
82.249
13
16.949
88
Dairyfarm
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Fix
ed
PT
Z
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
1732
East
Godavari
RJVMU
I Town
Jeevan T-shirt Jn
0
1
1
81.782
74
17.003
87
GORAKSHANA
PETA
1733
East
Godavari
RJVMU
I Town
Gorakshanapeat Jn
1
0
1
81.784
27
17.003
25
GORAKSHANA
PETA
1734
East
Godavari
RJVMU
I Town
Raju Neuro Hosp. Jn
0
1
1
81.785
58
17.005
62
GORAKSHANA
PETA
1735
East
Godavari
RJVMU
I Town
Kandula Sai Hosp. Jn
1
0
1
81.782
93
17.007
89
GORAKSHANA
PETA
1736
East
Godavari
RJVMU
I Town
Shadikana Centre
1
0
1
81.780
09
17.000
45
GORAKSHANA
PETA
1737
East
Godavari
RJVMU
Prkngr
Gandhipuram -3 Park
1
0
1
81.787
54
17.003
18
GORAKSHANA
PETA
1738
East
Godavari
II Town L&O PS
Ramcosacentre
2
1
3
82.243
9
16.974
55
JNTU
1739
East
Godavari
Sarpavaram PS
GodariguntaAmbedkar Statue
4
1
5
82.248
74
16.975
56
JNTU
1740
East
Godavari
RJVMU
Prkngr
Aksharasri School
1
0
1
81.797
16
17.002
53
MORAMPUDI
1741
East
Godavari
RJVMU
Prkngr
V.L Puram Park
1
0
1
81.795
93
17.001
12
MORAMPUDI
1742
East
Godavari
RJVMU
Prkngr
Raitu Bazar, LIC office back side
1
0
1
81.799
97
16.999
23
MORAMPUDI
1743
East
RJVMU
Prkngr
DON BOSCO School
1
0
1
81.792
17.003
MORAMPUDI
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ed
PT
Z
Coordinates
Tot
al
Godavari
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
57
45
Nearest APSFL
PoP
1744
East
Godavari
RJVMU
Bommuru
Yamaha Showroom at V.L Puram
0
1
1
81.794
1
17.000
38
MORAMPUDI
1745
East
Godavari
RJVMU
Bommuru
Sai Nagar Near Durgamma temple
0
1
1
81.805
66
16.994
28
MORAMPUDI
1746
East
Godavari
RJVMU
Kadiam
Aadadhani Revu, Jegurupadu
2
0
2
81.858
01
16.922
2
SAMPATHNAGAR
AM
1747
East
Godavari
II Town L&O PS
Atchutapuram Railway gate
2
2
82.226
16
16.973
44
Saradamba
1748
East
Godavari
II Town L&O PS
Gandhinagar Market jn
4
1
5
82.227
19
16.968
15
Saradamba
1749
East
Godavari
Indrapalem PS
Prakasam Convent S.Atchutaputram
3
1
4
82.225
41
16.979
61
Saradamba
1750
East
Godavari
Sarpavaram PS
RTO Office Junction
4
1
5
82.249
46
16.981
42
Sasikanthnagar
1751
East
Godavari
RJVMU
III Town
Judges Quarters
0
1
1
81.787
59
17.020
36
Market Yard
1752
East
Godavari
RJVMU
III Town
Paper Mill Main gate
0
1
1
81.775
18
17.024
81
Market Yard
1753
East
Godavari
RJVMU
III Town
Market yard, korukonda Rd.
2
0
2
81.782
74
17.021
22
Market Yard
1754
East
Godavari
Amalapuram
Town PS
Gandhi Centre
3
1
4
82.003
19
16.577
47
Amalapuram
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al
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ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
1755
East
Godavari
Amalapuram
Town PS
High School Centre
3
1
4
82.004
16
16.575
47
Amalapuram
1756
East
Godavari
Amalapuram
Town PS
Mummidivaram Gate
3
1
4
82.004
74
16.580
22
Amalapuram
1757
East
Godavari
Amalapuram
Town PS
Black Bridge
4
4
82.008
91
16.589
35
Amalapuram
1758
East
Godavari
Amalapuram
Town PS
Edarapalli Bridge
4
4
81.994
85
16.582
19
Amalapuram
1759
East
Godavari
Amalapuram
Town PS
SubbarayuduCherucu Junction
3
4
82.000
87
16.570
76
Amalapuram
1760
East
Godavari
Amalapuram
Town PS
RTC Complexingate
2
2
81.998
38
16.579
81
Amalapuram
1761
East
Godavari
Amalapuram
Town PS
RTC Complex outgaate
2
2
81.998
41
16.579
36
Amalapuram
1762
East
Godavari
Amalapuram
Town PS
Outside of RTC Complex
2
2
81.999
06
16.578
88
Amalapuram
1763
East
Godavari
Amalapuram
Town PS
KuchimanchiAgraharam
3
1
4
82.000
43
16.573
1
Amalapuram
1764
East
Godavari
Amalapuram
Town PS
SKBR College
2
0
2
81.998
32
16.567
53
Amalapuram
1765
East
Godavari
Amalapuram
Town PS
Gokhale Centre
3
1
4
82.001
39
16.571
48
Amalapuram
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ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
1766
East
Godavari
Amalapuram
Town PS
Gold Market
3
0
3
82.004
43
16.579
8
Amalapuram
1767
East
Godavari
Amalapuram
Town PS
Devi Temple, Muslim Street
4
1
5
82.006
09
16.577
59
Amalapuram
1768
East
Godavari
RJVMU
Seethanagaram
Seethanagaram centre
0
1
1
81.696
03
17.178
01
MUGGALLA
1769
East
Godavari
RJVMU
Seethanagaram
4 Statue centre
0
1
1
81.693
2
17.179
93
MUGGALLA
1770
East
Godavari
RJVMU
Seethanagaram
Muggalla
0
1
1
81.701
29
17.147
32
MUGGALLA
1771
East
Godavari
RJVMU
Seethanagaram
Raghudevapuram
0
1
1
81.703
84
17.169
9
MUGGALLA
1772
East
Godavari
Sarpavaram PS
Maharastra Bank Sarpavaram
3
3
82.222
3
17
MALLAYYAPETA
1773
East
Godavari
Indrapalem PS
Madhavapatnamcentre
3
4
82.210
18
16.993
27
MALLAYYAPETA
1774
East
Godavari
Indrapalem PS
V.K.Rayapuramcentre
3
3
82.193
07
17.015
MALLAYYAPETA
1775
East
Godavari
RJVMU
Prkngr
Sattemma talli temple
1
0
1
81.797
83
17.019
14
LALACHERUVU
1776
East
Godavari
RJVMU
Prkngr
Barma Colony
0
1
1
81.807
83
17.014
88
LALACHERUVU
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al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
1777
East
Godavari
RJVMU
Prkngr
Narayanapuram, Wambay colony
0
1
1
81.799
71
17.017
36
LALACHERUVU
1778
East
Godavari
RJVMU
Bommuru
500 Bus stop at Housing Board
Colony
0
1
1
81.810
67
17.031
37
LALACHERUVU
1779
East
Godavari
RJVMU
Bommuru
Vinayaka temple at Housing Board
Colony
1
0
1
81.813
19
17.031
81
LALACHERUVU
1780
East
Godavari
Peddapuram PS
Prasannajaneya Near Ist Street
3
1
4
82.163
82
17.061
66
SAMALKOTA
1781
East
Godavari
Peddapuram PS
Ammavari
Temple
DurgaMalleswaraSwamy)
2
2
82.165
49
17.060
98
SAMALKOTA
1782
East
Godavari
Peddapuram PS
Anjaneyswamy Temple
2
2
82.162
23
17.062
56
SAMALKOTA
1783
East
Godavari
Peddapuram PS
Home Minister Camp Office
2
2
82.153
43
17.069
49
SAMALKOTA
1784
East
Godavari
Samalakota PS
Prathipadu Centre
4
1
5
82.172
36
17.061
47
SAMALKOTA
1785
East
Godavari
Samalakota PS
PrasannaAnjaneyaswamy Temple
3
1
4
82.162
28
17.062
55
SAMALKOTA
1786
East
Godavari
Samalakota PS
Brown pet Centre
3
1
4
82.176
08
17.060
43
SAMALKOTA
1787
East
Godavari
Samalakota PS
Old MRO Office
2
2
82.175
39
17.057
06
SAMALKOTA
1788
East
Samalakota PS
Balla market centre
4
5
82.175
17.055
SAMALKOTA
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al
Godavari
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
28
32
Nearest APSFL
PoP
1789
East
Godavari
Samalakota PS
Gandibommacentre
3
1
4
82.171
95
17.047
06
SAMALKOTA
1790
East
Godavari
Samalakota PS
Ring Centre
4
1
5
82.172
17
17.047
44
SAMALKOTA
1791
East
Godavari
Samalakota PS
Police Out post, Rly Station In gate
and Out gate
4
1
5
82.168
53
17.045
85
SAMALKOTA
1792
East
Godavari
Samalakota PS
Fly over Bridge
3
1
4
82.164
7
17.045
29
SAMALKOTA
1793
East
Godavari
Samalakota PS
Matam Centre
2
2
82.165
97
17.050
69
SAMALKOTA
1794
East
Godavari
Samalakota PS
Mehar Complex Centre
3
4
82.164
61
17.058
28
SAMALKOTA
1795
East
Godavari
Samalakota PS
NeelammaCheruvuGattu
2
2
82.171
47
17.050
38
SAMALKOTA
1796
East
Godavari
Samalakota PS
Ayodyarampuram, near Tandrapaparayudu statue( ganapathinagar side)
2
2
82.163
12
17.061
01
SAMALKOTA
1797
East
Godavari
Samalakota PS
SBI main Branch/Post office
2
2
82.166
59
17.054
32
SAMALKOTA
1798
East
Godavari
Samalakota PS
Mutyalamma temple,
Kakinada Road
2
2
82.165
11
17.061
15
SAMALKOTA
Samalkot-
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al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
1799
East
Godavari
RJVMU
I Town
Pushpa Lodge
1
0
1
81.767
67
17.005
85
WATER WORKS
1800
East
Godavari
RJVMU
I Town
Beside Saibaba temple, Subhash
chandrabose street
1
0
1
81.767
7
17.004
85
WATER WORKS
1801
East
Godavari
RJVMU
I Town
Sand Ramp Curve
1
0
1
81.766
7
17.004
56
WATER WORKS
1802
East
Godavari
RJVMU
I Town
Makandeya ghat inside
2
0
2
81.767
03
17.003
37
WATER WORKS
1803
East
Godavari
RJVMU
I Town
Sadanam School centre
0
1
1
81.767
88
17.001
85
WATER WORKS
1804
East
Godavari
RJVMU
I Town
vankayala vari veedhi
Godavari bund raod
1
0
1
81.768
05
17.000
91
WATER WORKS
1805
East
Godavari
RJVMU
I Town
Kandukuri viresalingam house jn
1
0
1
81.769
89
17.001
23
WATER WORKS
1806
East
Godavari
RJVMU
I Town
Venugopala Swamy temple street
0
1
1
81.769
04
17.005
58
WATER WORKS
1807
East
Godavari
RJVMU
I Town
Kambam vari satram street, kedari
hair styles
1
0
1
81.769
71
16.999
75
WATER WORKS
1808
East
Godavari
RJVMU
II Town
P V Narasimharao park
1
0
1
81.768
43
16.999
09
WATER WORKS
1809
East
Godavari
RJVMU
III Town
Kotagumma Park centre
0
1
1
81.772
49
17.005
93
WATER WORKS
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al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
1810
East
Godavari
RJVMU
III Town
Anam Kalakendram centre
0
1
1
81.770
78
17.008
35
WATER WORKS
1811
East
Godavari
RJVMU
III Town
RDO office centre
0
1
1
81.772
6
17.007
82
WATER WORKS
1812
East
Godavari
RJVMU
III Town
Dist judge court centre
0
1
1
81.770
35
17.010
14
WATER WORKS
1813
East
Godavari
RJVMU
III Town
3 Town ps centre
0
1
1
81.769
77
17.009
37
WATER WORKS
1814
East
Godavari
Biccavole PS
Biccavole Bridge center
3
1
4
82.045
69
16.964
28
BICCAVOLU
1815
East
Godavari
Biccavole PS
Y.S.R.Statue, mainroad
3
3
82.048
38
16.960
19
BICCAVOLU
1816
East
Godavari
Biccavole PS
BalabhdrapuramBrdge Center
3
1
4
82.006
63
16.952
84
BICCAVOLU
1817
East
Godavari
I Town PS
Church Square Centre
3
1
4
82.235
84
16.939
79
INDOOR PORT
1818
East
Godavari
I Town PS
St.anns School
2
2
82.235
81
16.938
14
INDOOR PORT
1819
East
Godavari
Port PS
Anchorage Port
2
2
82.256
26
16.94
INDOOR PORT
1820
East
Godavari
Port PS
Old Police Station Junction
2
2
82.248
7
16.940
33
INDOOR PORT
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ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
1821
East
Godavari
I Town PS
Ambedkarbhavan old bus stand
3
1
4
82.226
51
16.955
8
POWER
Kakinada
HOUSE
1822
East
Godavari
II Town L&O PS
N Temple
4
1
5
82.234
36
16.962
93
POWER
Kakinada
HOUSE
1823
East
Godavari
II Town L&O PS
Faloship( Pottisriramulu statue)
4
1
5
82.228
2
16.960
64
POWER
Kakinada
HOUSE
1824
East
Godavari
II Town L&O PS
Elvinpet Gandhi statue
3
1
4
82.224
71
16.964
64
POWER
Kakinada
HOUSE
1825
East
Godavari
III Town L&O PS
Salipeta Girls high school centre
3
1
4
82.233
23
16.956
13
POWER
Kakinada
HOUSE
1826
East
Godavari
III Town L&O PS
Town Hall LIC building Jn.
4
1
5
82.234
99
16.955
95
POWER
Kakinada
HOUSE
1827
East
Godavari
Indrapalem PS
Indrapalem Market
2
2
82.222
25
16.959
86
POWER
Kakinada
HOUSE
1828
East
Godavari
Anaparthi PS
Black Canal Bridge
3
3
81.926
82
16.865
03
MANDAVYAPURA
M
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Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
1829
East
Godavari
Mandapeta Town
PS
Bridge center
4
1
5
81.927
82
16.869
32
MANDAVYAPURA
M
1830
East
Godavari
Mandapeta Town
PS
K.P.Center
9
1
10
81.926
36
16.862
71
MANDAVYAPURA
M
1831
East
Godavari
Mandapeta Town
PS
Toll Gate
4
1
5
81.926
52
16.863
41
MANDAVYAPURA
M
1832
East
Godavari
Mandapeta Town
PS
Rajaratnam Center
4
1
5
81.926
52
16.863
41
MANDAVYAPURA
M
1833
East
Godavari
Mandapeta Town
PS
Karachi Center
4
4
81.926
52
16.863
22
MANDAVYAPURA
M
1834
East
Godavari
Mandapeta Town
PS
Yeditha Center Bypass Road
4
5
81.919
79
16.874
97
MANDAVYAPURA
M
1835
East
Godavari
Mandapeta Town
PS
Santhi Children Hospital center
4
4
81.927
33
16.863
22
MANDAVYAPURA
M
1836
East
Godavari
Mandapeta Town
PS
Boragunta Tank
4
1
5
81.927
63
16.863
77
MANDAVYAPURA
M
1837
East
Godavari
Mandapeta Town
PS
New Bridge
4
1
5
81.928
09
16.880
81
TAPESWARAM
1838
East
Godavari
Mandapeta Town
PS
VijayaLaxminagar,Mandapeta
4
1
5
81.925
74
16.876
54
TAPESWARAM
1839
East
Godavari
Mandapeta Rural
PS
Z.Medapadu Center
3
1
4
81.915
29
16.926
94
DWARAPUDI
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Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
1
4
81.924
66
16.928
89
DWARAPUDI
2
81.925
66
16.924
72
DWARAPUDI
1840
East
Godavari
Mandapeta Rural
PS
DwarapudiRaily Gate
3
1841
East
Godavari
MandapetaRual
PS
Dwarapudi Temple
2
1842
East
Godavari
Mandapeta Rural
PS
Yeditha Center
3
1
4
81.927
53
16.924
76
DWARAPUDI
1843
East
Godavari
I Town PS
Chandrika Theatre
4
1
5
82.230
57
16.941
69
Kakinada_District
node
1844
East
Godavari
I Town PS
Gold Market Centre
4
1
5
82.233
74
16.946
84
Kakinada_District
node
1845
East
Godavari
I Town PS
Gnajamvari Street
4
4
82.236
49
16.950
44
Kakinada_District
node
1846
East
Godavari
I Town PS
Old SRMT Jn. (Cinema Road)
4
1
5
82.234
55
16.953
72
Kakinada_District
node
1847
East
Godavari
I Town PS
J.RamaraoPetaJenda Centre
4
1
5
82.234
66
16.943
74
Kakinada_District
node
1848
East
Godavari
I Town PS
Devalayam Street, VibavJewellers
4
1
5
82.231
97
16.948
88
Kakinada_District
node
1849
East
Godavari
I Town PS
Warf road Petrol bunk
3
3
82.230
09
16.947
53
Kakinada_District
node
1850
East
Godavari
III Town L&O PS
S.R.K.Center
4
5
82.236
5
16.950
4
Kakinada_District
node
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ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
1851
East
Godavari
III Town L&O PS
SatyaGowri Center jn
4
1
5
82.236
04
16.945
18
Kakinada_District
node
1852
East
Godavari
III Town L&O PS
Peda Market, Rajaji Street Jn
2
1
3
82.234
95
16.946
76
Kakinada_District
node
1853
East
Godavari
Kothananduru PS
Kotanandurucentre
4
1
5
82.494
96
17.481
79
China
peta
1854
East
Godavari
Chinturu PS
Edugurallapalli
Edugurallapalli)
3
1
4
81.178
72
17.743
46
Kunavaram
1855
East
Godavari
Chinturu PS
Y Junction (Commercial Tax office)
3
1
4
81.370
73
17.755
36
Chinthuru
1856
East
Godavari
Chinturu PS
Yarrampeta-tember depo Jn
3
3
81.403
37
17.749
87
Chinthuru
1857
East
Godavari
Chinturu PS
Market
Statue)
1858
East
Godavari
Chinturu PS
1859
East
Godavari
Chinturu PS
1860
Guntur
Rural
Piduguralla PS
1861
Guntur
Rural
Piduguralla PS
Center(
Center(
Rajeev
AOP
Gandhi
golugonda
3
1
4
81.393
02
17.746
17
Chinthuru
Police Station Barricade
3
1
4
81.394
43
17.745
3
Chinthuru
SBH Road
3
3
81.392
73
17.747
34
Chinthuru
Piduguralla Town
Sivalayam Bazaar, Opp. Shadikhana,
Pillutla Road
2
0
2
79.889
48
16.480
66
Piduguralla
Piduguralla Town
Back ZPH School
2
0
2
79.890
08
16.478
48
Piduguralla
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0
2
79.891
09
16.477
89
Piduguralla
0
1
1
79.889
56
16.480
28
Piduguralla
1862
Guntur
Rural
Piduguralla PS
Piduguralla Town
Chitanya Balakuteer School
1863
Guntur
Rural
Piduguralla PS
Piduguralla Town
Opp Police
Kondamodu
1864
Guntur
Rural
Piduguralla PS
Piduguralla Town
Over Bridge Entrance
0
1
1
79.897
79
16.478
11
Piduguralla
1865
Guntur
Rural
Piduguralla PS
Piduguralla Town
Opp. HP Petrol Bunk & Court
0
1
1
79.896
09
16.478
74
Piduguralla
1866
Guntur
Rural
Piduguralla PS
Piduguralla Town
Dr. Anji reddy Hospital Area
0
1
1
79.893
86
16.479
26
Piduguralla
1867
Guntur
Rural
Piduguralla PS
Piduguralla Town
Opp. Jayalashmi Theater
0
1
1
79.891
1
16.479
98
Piduguralla
1868
Guntur
Rural
Piduguralla PS
Piduguralla Town
MLA Party office and Residency,
Piduguralla Town.
4
0
4
79.895
29
16.478
29
Piduguralla
1869
Guntur
Rural
Rajupalem
Kondamodu Junction
Kondamodu Junction
4
0
4
79.918
27
16.461
36
Piduguralla
1870
Guntur
Rural
Tenali Town
Gadibhavi Center, Tenali
Gadibhavi Center
4
4
80.646
11
16.238
33
Tenali
1871
Guntur
Rural
Tenali Town
Telephone
Exachange
Raod, Tenali
Open Maseed Center
2
2
80.648
06
16.235
Tenali
1872
Guntur
Rural
Tenali Town
Jayaprakash
Tenali
RTC, Bus stand, Tenali
3
4
80.643
89
16.243
61
Tenali
Nagar,
Station
Towards
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4
80.646
67
16.239
44
Tenali
4
80.645
28
16.243
06
Tenali
1873
Guntur
Rural
Tenali Town
Ganganammapet, Tenali
Ganganammapet, Tenali
4
1874
Guntur
Rural
Tenali Town
Ganganammapet, Tenali
Sthupam Center
3
1875
Guntur
Rural
Tenali Town
ET.Colony, Tenali
NTR Staue
2
2
80.652
22
16.245
28
Tenali
1876
Guntur
Rural
Tenali Town
Middle of the Fly Over
Bridge, Tenali
2
2
80.641
39
16.238
33
Tenali
1877
Guntur
Rural
Tenali Town
Pinapadu
Cheruvu
Center (Out Skirts)
2
2
80.636
67
16.230
83
Tenali
1878
Guntur
Rural
Tenali Town
Parimi Donka, Near Sri
Krishna IIT Concepts
School
2
2
80.645
16.231
94
Tenali
1879
Guntur
Rural
Tenali Town
Balajiraopet
Center, Tenali
2
2
80.639
72
16.245
83
Tenali
1880
Guntur
Rural
Tenali Town
Railway Gate,
near
Yadlalingaiah Colony,
Tenali
3
3
80.637
5
16.250
83
Tenali
1881
Guntur
Rural
Tenali Town
Near Indore Stadium
Amaravathi Plots, Tenali
2
2
80.633
61
16.247
22
Tenali
1882
Guntur
Rural
Tenali Town
Mark
Apartments
Center,
Amaravathi
Plots, Tenali
3
3
80.636
67
16.242
22
Tenali
Masid
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1883
Guntur
Rural
Tenali Town
Sulthanabad, Ajnajeya
Swamy Temple Area,
Tenali
2
2
80.629
17
16.240
28
Tenali
1884
Guntur
Rural
Tenali Town
Sri
Krishna
Statue
Center, Pinapadu
2
2
80.640
56
16.227
22
Tenali
1885
Guntur
Rural
Tenali Town
Sai
Baba
Temple,
Alapati Nagar, Tenali
2
2
80.627
5
16.238
61
Tenali
1886
Guntur
Rural
Tenali Town
Giri Road, Priya Theatre
Center
2
2
80.643
33
16.24
Tenali
1887
Guntur
Rural
Tenali Town
Nallkatta
Footware
Bridge, Tenali
2
2
80.645
56
16.231
94
Tenali
1888
Guntur
Rural
Tenali Town
Ayyaswamy
Mahendra
Tenali
2
2
80.640
83
16.251
11
Tenali
1889
Guntur
Rural
Tenali Town
Sivalayam
Temple,
Marriespet, Tenali
2
2
80.639
72
16.233
33
Tenali
1890
Guntur
Rural
Tenali Town
Edga,
Tenali
2
2
80.636
94
16.240
28
Tenali
1891
Guntur
Rural
Tenali Town
Sri Umesh
Statue Center
1892
Guntur
Rural
Tenali Town
in front of Tenali
Railway
Station,
incomming & out going
Temple,
Colony,
Chenchupet,
Chandra
2
1
3
80.636
94
16.238
89
Tenali
1
1
2
80.635
56
16.242
33
Tenali
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1893
Guntur
Rural
SDPO
Tenali
1894
Guntur
Rural
1895
Office,
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PoP
SDPO Office, Tenali
1
1
80.641
67
16.249
72
Tenali
Tenali II Town
P.S.
Tenali II Town P.S.
1
1
80.645
56
16.245
83
Tenali
Guntur
Rural
Tenali III Town
P.S.
Tenali III Town P.S.
1
1
80.643
06
16.238
33
Tenali
1896
Guntur
Rural
Bapatla Rural
Bapatla
College
Bapatla Engineering College
1
1
80.439
72
15.891
11
Bapatla
1897
Guntur
Rural
Bapatla Rural
Hyderpet
Near Ambedkar Statue, Main Centre
1
1
80.513
06
15.927
22
Bapatla
1898
Guntur
Rural
Bapatla Town
Vidya Nagar
Vidya Nagar (RTC Depot. Cross
road)
2
2
80.486
11
15.911
94
Bapatla
1899
Guntur
Rural
Bapatla Town
Cheelu road Centre
Cheelu road Centre (New bus stand)
2
1
3
80.479
17
15.908
06
Bapatla
1900
Guntur
Rural
Bapatla Town
Murthy Rakshana Nagar
Murthy Rakshana Nagar
2
1
3
80.487
22
15.925
28
Bapatla
1901
Guntur
Rural
Bapatla Town
Thufan nagar
Thufan nagar
2
2
80.477
22
15.901
11
Bapatla
1902
Guntur
Rural
Bapatla Town
near Travva Canal
At YSR Statue (near Travva Canal)
3
3
80.477
22
15.905
83
Bapatla
1903
Guntur
Rural
Bapatla Town
Old bus stand centre
Old bus stand centre
1
1
80.471
39
15.904
72
Bapatla
Engineering
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1904
Guntur
Rural
Bapatla Town
At Anjaneya
Temple
1905
Guntur
Rural
Bapatla Town
1906
Guntur
Rural
1907
Swamy
PT
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Tot
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Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
At Anjaneya Swamy Temple
1
1
80.468
89
15.901
39
Bapatla
At Indira gandhi Statue
At Indira gandhi Statue (Suryalanka
Road)
2
2
80.47
15.897
5
Bapatla
Bapatla Town
Suryalanka Road
Indian Gas Godown (Suryalanka
Road)
1
1
80.473
61
15.889
44
Bapatla
Guntur
Rural
Bapatla Town
Vijayalakshmipuram
Near
Sathyanarayana
Swamy
Temple (Vijayalakshmipuram)
2
2
80.468
61
15.895
28
Bapatla
1908
Guntur
Rural
Bapatla Town
Near Maa Cable Office
Near
Maa
Cable
(Asodivaripalem road)
3
3
80.466
11
15.895
83
Bapatla
1909
Guntur
Rural
Bapatla Town
Kankapalem Junction
Kankapalem Junction
1
1
80.451
67
15.898
89
Bapatla
1910
Guntur
Rural
Bapatla Town
At SBH Bank (One way
point)
At SBH Bank (One way point)
1
1
80.465
15.903
61
Bapatla
1911
Guntur
Rural
Bapatla Town
Pedanandipadu flyover
bridge "T" Junction
Pedanandipadu flyover bridge "T"
Junction
1
1
80.467
22
15.904
17
Bapatla
1912
Guntur
Rural
Bapatla Town
Rajeev Gandhi Colony
Pedanandipadu flyover bridge down
(Rajeev Gandhi Colony)
3
3
80.462
22
15.910
56
Bapatla
1913
Guntur
Rural
Bapatla Town
Clock Tower Centre
Clock Tower Centre
1
2
80.468
33
15.904
17
Bapatla
1914
Guntur
Rural
Bapatla Town
Sharaf Bazar
At Sharaf Bazar, GBC road
1
1
80.466
11
15.903
89
Bapatla
Office
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ude
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Upparapalem near Indira Gandhi
Statue
3
1
4
80.471
39
15.910
83
Bapatla
At Railway Station Centre
1
1
80.468
89
15.907
78
Bapatla
1915
Guntur
Rural
Bapatla Town
Upparapalem
1916
Guntur
Rural
Bapatla Town
At
Railway
Centre
1917
Guntur
Rural
Bapatla Town
At
Bhavannarayana
Swamy Temple
At Bhavannarayana Swamy Temple
2
2
80.468
06
15.905
56
Bapatla
1918
Guntur
Rural
Bapatla Town
Patel Nagar 1st lane
Patel Nagar 1st lane
1
1
80.476
94
15.907
22
Bapatla
1919
Guntur
Rural
Bapatla Town
Vivekananda
centre
Vivekananda Colony centre
1
1
80.471
39
15.894
17
Bapatla
1920
Guntur
Rural
Bapatla Town
Islampet Centre
Islampet Centre
1
1
80.465
83
15.900
28
Bapatla
1921
Guntur
Rural
Bapatla Town
Market
PN padu flyover bridge down (at
Market)
0
1
1
80.466
11
15.906
11
Bapatla
1922
Guntur
Rural
Bellamkonda
Bellamkonda Village
Bellmkonda Center
2
0
2
80.007
67
16.488
76
Bellamkonda
1923
Guntur
Rural
Bellamkonda
Bellamkonda Village
Machayapalem X Road
3
0
3
80.000
74
16.501
26
Bellamkonda
1924
Guntur
Rural
Amaravathi
Amaravathi Village
Sattenapalli X road, Amaravathi
0
1
1
80.358
36
16.570
55
Amaravathi
1925
Guntur
Rural
Amaravathi
Amaravathi Village
Madduru Juction, Amaravathi
0
1
1
80.355
64
16.573
74
Amaravathi
Station
Colony
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PoP
1926
Guntur
Rural
Amaravathi
Amaravathi Village
Durga Vilas Centre, Amaravathi
1
0
1
80.358
84
16.576
66
Amaravathi
1927
Guntur
Rural
Amaravathi
Amaravathi Village
Near Petrolbunk, in front of Police
Station, Amaravathi.
1
0
1
80.358
29
16.570
04
Amaravathi
1928
Guntur
Rural
Amaravathi
Amaravathi Village
Krosuru Junction, Amaravathi
2
0
2
80.358
77
16.577
26
Amaravathi
1929
Guntur
Rural
Amaravathi
Amaravathi Village
Amaralingeswara Temple Entrance,
Amaravathi
2
1
3
80.358
98
16.580
5
Amaravathi
1930
Guntur
Rural
Amaravathi
Amaravathi Village
Amaralingeswara
Amaravathi
1
1
2
80.359
79
16.581
4
Amaravathi
1931
Guntur
Rural
Amaravathi
Amaravathi Village
Amaralingeswara Bathing Ghat
2
0
2
80.360
12
16.581
46
Amaravathi
1932
Guntur
Rural
Amaravathi
Amaravathi Village
Opposite Dhyana Buddha
2
1
3
80.353
58
16.578
98
Amaravathi
1933
Guntur
Rural
Amaravathi
Amaravathi Village
Dhyana Buddha Bathing Ghat
2
0
2
80.353
58
16.578
98
Amaravathi
1934
Guntur
Rural
Amarthaluru P.S.
Amarthaluru P.S.
1
1
80.662
22
16.12
Amarthaluru
1935
Guntur
Rural
BHATTIPROLU
Camera-1 at bhattiprolu
petrol bunk center
Camera-1 at bhattiprolu petrol bunk
center
1
1
80.784
44
16.097
5
Bhattiprolu
1936
Guntur
Rural
BHATTIPROLU
Camera-3
pedapulivarru
center
Camera-3 at
center
0
1
80.784
44
16.097
5
Bhattiprolu
at
bridge
Temple
Exit,
pedapulivarru bridge
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ude
Latitu
de
1
80.781
94
16.103
06
Bhattiprolu
1
80.801
11
16.061
94
Bhattiprolu
1937
Guntur
Rural
BHATTIPROLU
Camera-4 at bhattiprolu
chavali center center
Camera-4 at
center center
1938
Guntur
Rural
BHATTIPROLU
Camera-5 at pallikona
main center
Camera-5 at pallikona main center
0
1939
Guntur
Rural
Cherukupalli
Mandal
Cherukupalli
Isaland Center (Towards Tenali,
Gullapalli and Chandolu side)
3
3
80.680
83
16.049
44
Cherukupalli
1940
Guntur
Rural
Cherukupalli
Mandal
Cherukupalli
Santha Bazaar in 2 directions
2
2
80.678
89
16.047
22
Cherukupalli
1941
Guntur
Rural
Cherukupalli
Mandal
Gullapalli
Koti Center Gullapalli in 2 directions
3
3
80.683
89
16.052
22
Cherukupalli
1942
Guntur
Rural
Cherukupalli
Mandal
Gullapalli
Gullapalli - Arepalli road in 3
directions.
3
3
80.689
72
16.055
83
Cherukupalli
1943
Guntur
Rural
Cherukupalli
Mandal
Cherukupalli
Khadar Khan Center in 3 directions
2
2
80.676
94
16.045
Cherukupalli
1944
Guntur
Rural
Cherukupalli
Mandal
Cherukupalli
Near Black Fish Resturant in 2
directions.
2
2
80.671
94
16.043
06
Cherukupalli
1945
Guntur
Rural
Duggirala
Duggirala
center
1
1
80.629
44
16.327
22
Duggirala
1946
Guntur
Rural
Duggirala
HP
GAS
Duggirala
1
1
80.630
83
16.332
22
Duggirala
1947
Guntur
Rural
Duggirala
Grateknowledge school,
Morampudi
1
1
80.625
83
16.355
28
Duggirala
Sivalayam
Gowdn,
bhattiprolu chavali
PT
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ude
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Nearest APSFL
PoP
1948
Guntur
Rural
Duggirala
Emani Center
1
1
80.657
5
16.330
56
Duggirala
1949
Guntur
Rural
Duggirala
Kantamraju Konduru
2
2
80.602
5
16.348
33
Duggirala
1950
Guntur
Rural
Duggirala P.S.
Duggirala P.S.
1
1
80.629
17
16.324
44
Duggirala
1951
Guntur
Rural
Durgi PS
Durgi Town
Busstand centre, Durgi
1
1
79.540
56
16.424
56
Durgi
1952
Guntur
Rural
Edlapadu P.S
Edlapadu village
Edlapadu Village, Near Edlapadu
P.S
0
1
1
80.224
97
16.169
94
Edlapadu
1953
Guntur
Rural
Edlapadu P.S
Edlapadu village
Police station road side and inside
the premisses
2
0
2
80.227
06
16.171
03
Edlapadu
1954
Guntur
Rural
Gurazala PS
Gurazala Town
Madugula road, Gurazala
2
2
79.627
53
16.556
64
Gurazala
1955
Guntur
Rural
Gurazala PS
Gurazala Town
Gandhibomma centre, Gurazala
2
2
79.634
39
16.555
67
Gurazala
1956
Guntur
Rural
Gurazala PS
Gurazala Town
SBH, Centre, Gurazala
2
2
79.637
53
16.555
17
Gurazala
1957
Guntur
Rural
Gurazala PS
Gurazala Town
Brahmanaidu Statue centre, Gurazala
2
2
79.637
11
16.557
97
Gurazala
1958
Guntur
Rural
Gurazala PS
Gurazala Town
Pulipadu cross road, Gurazala
2
2
79.646
97
16.559
47
Gurazala
1959
Guntur
Gurazala PS
Gurazala Town
SBI Centre, Gurazala
2
2
79.634
16.557
Gurazala
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ude
Latitu
de
86
53
Nearest APSFL
PoP
1960
Guntur
Rural
Gurazala PS
Gurazala Town
Patapateswari Ammavari Temple,
Gurazala
2
2
79.637
03
16.556
53
Gurazala
1961
Guntur
Rural
Gurazala PS
Gurazala Town
Court centre, Gurazala
2
2
79.637
83
16.558
31
Gurazala
1962
Guntur
Rural
Gurazala PS
Gurazala Town
Kotla bazar, Gurazala
2
2
79.635
78
16.556
28
Gurazala
1963
Guntur
Rural
Gurazala PS
Gurazala Town
Satyanarayana
Gurazala
2
2
79.637
75
16.552
83
Gurazala
1964
Guntur
Rural
Kakumanu ps
kakumanu
Camera-1 at Sivalayam
kakumanu
center
1965
Guntur
Rural
Kakumanu ps
kakumanu
Camera-2 at Bustand
kakumanu
center
1966
Guntur
Rural
Kakumanu ps
kakumanu
Camera-3 at S.B.I Bank
kakumanu
center
1967
Guntur
Rural
Kakumanu ps
kakumanu
Camera-4 at church
(Sc.colony) kakumanu
center
1968
Guntur
Rural
Karempudi PS
Karempudi Town
1969
Guntur
Rural
Karempudi PS
1970
Guntur
Rural
Karempudi PS
Inox
theatre,
0
1
1
80.400
56
16.052
5
Kakumanu
0
1
1
80.398
06
16.053
06
Kakumanu
0
1
1
80.398
33
16.054
72
Kakumanu
0
1
1
80.398
33
16.056
67
Kakumanu
Busstand centre, Karempudi
0
1
1
79.723
89
16.427
22
Karampudi
Karempudi Town
Check post centre, Karempudi
1
1
79.721
67
16.427
5
Karampudi
Karempudi Town
Opposite Police Station, Karempudi
1
1
79.711
94
16.433
33
Karampudi
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1
1
79.690
56
16.446
11
Karampudi
1
1
79.690
58
16.446
17
Karampudi
1
1
79.735
19
16.430
44
Karampudi
1971
Guntur
Rural
Karempudi PS
Karempudi Town
Oppicherla "Y" Junction
1972
Guntur
Rural
Karempudi PS
Karempudi Town
Ankalamma
Karempudi
1973
Guntur
Rural
Karempudi PS
Karempudi Town
H.P
petrol
bunk
Petasannegandla
1974
Guntur
Rural
Karempudi PS
Karempudi Town
Chinthapalli X road, Karempudi
1
1
79.733
17
16.429
61
Karampudi
1975
Guntur
Rural
Karempudi PS
Karempudi Town
Bharat petrol bunk, Karempudi
1
1
79.738
33
16.431
39
Karampudi
1976
Guntur
Rural
Karlapalem
Camera-1 at East facing
at I Land Center
Camera-1 at East facing at I Land
Center
1
0
1
80.549
17
15.945
83
Karlapalem
1977
Guntur
Rural
Karlapalem
Camera-2 at
South
facing at I Land Center
Camera-2 at South facing at I Land
Center
1
0
1
80.549
17
15.945
83
Karlapalem
1978
Guntur
Rural
Karlapalem
Camera-3 at West facing
at I Land Center
Camera-3 at West facing at I Land
Center
1
0
1
80.549
17
15.945
83
Karlapalem
1979
Guntur
Rural
Karlapalem
Camera-3
Center
Camera-3 at Yazali Center
1
0
1
80.573
06
15.967
5
Karlapalem
1980
Guntur
Rural
Pittalavanipalem
Pittalavanipalem center
Camera-5 at Pittalavanipalem center
0
1
1
80.632
22
15.980
83
PITTALAVANIPAL
EM
1981
Guntur
Rural
Kollipara P.S.
Police staiton centre,
main road Kollipara
1
1
80.749
44
16.285
56
Kollipara
1982
Guntur
Kollipara P.S.
Davuluru Cross road
1
1
80.745
16.272
Kollipara
at
Yazali
Temple
centre,
outskirts,
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28
22
Nearest APSFL
PoP
1983
Guntur
Rural
Kollipara P.S.
Kollipara P.S.
1
1
80.749
72
16.285
83
Kollipara
1984
Guntur
Rural
Kolluru PS
Bus stop center
4
4
80.796
94
16.182
5
Kolluru
1985
Guntur
Rural
Kolluru PS
Gold shops and Cloth
shops street
2
2
80.798
06
16.182
78
Kolluru
1986
Guntur
Rural
Kolluru PS
Krishna
turning,
Kolluru
1
1
80.795
56
16.182
5
Kolluru
1987
Guntur
Rural
Kolluru PS
lock center, Kolluru
1
1
80.798
89
16.188
06
Kolluru
1988
Guntur
Rural
Kolluru P.S.
Kolluru P.S.
1
1
80.800
28
16.182
78
Kolluru
1989
Guntur
Rural
Machavararam
Machavaram Village
Bus stop centre
1
1
79.864
93
16.569
51
Machavaram
1990
Guntur
Rural
Dachepalli PS
Dachepalli Town
Karempudi cross road, Dachepalli
1
1
79.740
28
16.593
89
Nadikudi
1991
Guntur
Rural
Dachepalli PS
Dachepalli Town
Mutyalampadu road, Dachepalli
1
1
79.742
5
16.592
78
Nadikudi
1992
Guntur
Rural
Dachepalli PS
Dachepalli Town
Bunglow centre, Nadikudi
1
1
79.734
44
16.594
44
Nadikudi
1993
Guntur
Rural
Dachepalli PS
Dachepalli Town
Macherla Cross road, Nadikudi
1
1
79.725
28
16.601
11
Nadikudi
Rao hospital
Main road,
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Nearest APSFL
PoP
1994
Guntur
Rural
Dachepalli PS
Dachepalli Town
opposite Naveena Dhaba restaurant,
Dachepalli village
1
1
79.733
19
16.595
69
Nadikudi
1995
Guntur
Rural
Dachepalli PS
Dachepalli Town
Kotlabazaar, Dachepalli village
1
1
79.738
61
16.595
28
Nadikudi
1996
Guntur
Rural
Dachepalli PS
Dachepalli Town
Library center, Dachepalli village
1
1
79.738
33
16.597
5
Nadikudi
1997
Guntur
Rural
Dachepalli PS
Dachepalli Town
opposite Nadikudi Railway station,
Nadikudi village
1
1
79.724
72
16.591
11
Nadikudi
1998
Guntur
Rural
Dachepalli PS
Dachepalli Town
Kranthikumar
Narayanapuram village
1
1
79.730
28
16.593
06
Nadikudi
1999
Guntur
Rural
Dachepalli PS
Dachepalli Town
Dachepalli Bus Stand center
1
1
79.738
06
16.594
17
Nadikudi
2000
Guntur
Rural
Nagaram
Camera-1 at
center
Camera-1 at Nagaram center
1
1
80.724
44
16.018
33
Nagaram
2001
Guntur
Rural
Pedanandipadu
Old Bus stand centre
Old Bus stand centre
1
0
1
80.33
16.073
33
Pedanandipadu
2002
Guntur
Rural
Pedanandipadu
near SBI Pedanandipadu
near SBI Pedanandipadu
1
0
1
80.33
16.070
83
Pedanandipadu
2003
Guntur
Rural
Pedanandipadu
Gandhi Statue
Gandhi Statue
1
0
1
80.332
22
16.069
72
Pedanandipadu
2004
Guntur
Rural
Pedanandipadu
Venu computers
Venu computers
1
0
1
80.329
72
16.070
83
Pedanandipadu
Nagaram
Hospital,
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Longit
ude
Latitu
de
1
0
1
80.328
06
16.071
39
Pedanandipadu
1
80.336
11
16.066
11
Pedanandipadu
2005
Guntur
Rural
Pedanandipadu
Pedanandipadu Arts &
Science
College,
Pedanandipadu.
Pedanandipadu Arts &
College, Pedanandipadu.
2006
Guntur
Rural
Ponnur Town
Ponnuru Town
REPALLI BUS STAND AREA
1
2007
Guntur
Rural
Phirangipuram PS
Phirangipuram village
Sattenapalle Bus Stand Centre
0
2
2
80.262
06
16.291
53
Phirangipuram
2008
Guntur
Rural
Phirangipuram PS
Phirangipuram village
Solasa Bus Stand Centre
0
2
2
80.264
19
16.291
39
Phirangipuram
2009
Guntur
Rural
Phirangipuram PS
Phirangipuram village
Police station road side and inside
the premisses
2
0
2
80.259
89
16.290
42
Phirangipuram
2010
Guntur
Rural
Ponnur Rural PS
Camera-3 at Kattempudi
Cross Road
Kattempudi Cross road towards,
Kattempudi village,
Munipalle
village, Ponnur side
1
1
80.544
44
16.095
83
Ponnuru1
2011
Guntur
Rural
Ponnur Town
Ponnuru Town
OPP
MUNICIPAL
OFFICE
TOWARDS RTC BUS Depot.
1
1
80.548
89
16.078
61
Ponnuru1
2012
Guntur
Rural
Ponnur Town
Ponnuru Town
OPP RURAL P.S
1
1
80.549
72
16.072
22
Ponnuru1
2013
Guntur
Rural
Ponnur Town
Ponnuru Town
TOWARDS
STATION
1
1
80.549
44
16.078
89
Ponnuru1
2014
Guntur
Rural
Ponnur Town
Ponnuru Town
MAMILLAPALLI
AREA
1
1
80.550
56
16.067
5
Ponnuru1
OLD
Science
POLICE
BUS
STAND
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Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
2015
Guntur
Rural
Ponnur Town
Ponnuru Town
CHIRALA BUS STAND AREA
1
1
80.551
11
16.065
83
Ponnuru1
2016
Guntur
Rural
Ponnur Town
Ponnuru Town
GUNTUR BUS STAND AREA.
1
1
80.550
83
16.066
94
Ponnuru1
2017
Guntur
Rural
Ponnur Town
Ponnuru Town
OPP
RAILWAY
PONNUR
STATION
1
1
80.556
67
16.067
22
Ponnuru1
2018
Guntur
Rural
Ponnur Town
Ponnuru Town
OPP
RAILWAY
NIDUBROLU
STATION
1
1
80.556
67
16.067
22
Ponnuru1
2019
Guntur
Rural
Ponnur Town
Ponnuru Town
TOWARDS RAILWAY STATION
AREA
1
1
80.556
67
16.067
22
Ponnuru1
2020
Guntur
Rural
Ponnur Town
Ponnuru Town
OPP ST.ANNS SCHOOL
1
1
80.549
72
16.061
67
Ponnuru1
2021
Guntur
Rural
Ponnur Town
Ponnuru Town
VYSYA BANK ROAD
1
1
80.548
33
16.067
22
Ponnuru1
2022
Guntur
Rural
Ponnur Town
Ponnuru Town
TOWARDS
MANNA
KOTESWARA RAO HOSPITAL
1
1
80.550
56
16.076
67
Ponnuru1
2023
Guntur
Rural
Ponnur Town
Ponnuru Town
OPP
ANJANEYA
TEMPLE
1
1
80.549
72
16.073
33
Ponnuru1
2024
Guntur
Rural
Ponnur Town
Ponnuru Town
TOWARDS
TEMPLE
1
1
80.548
61
16.068
33
Ponnuru1
2025
Guntur
Rural
Ponnur Town
Ponnuru Town
OLD
PONNUR
ATEMPLE
1
1
80.541
11
16.064
44
Ponnuru1
SWAMI
THOTAMMA
SAI
BAB
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PoP
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
1
80.549
44
16.067
22
Ponnuru1
1
80.548
06
16.068
61
Ponnuru1
2026
Guntur
Rural
Ponnur Town
Ponnuru Town
RAMA
TELAGAPALEM
2027
Guntur
Rural
Ponnur Town
Ponnuru Town
TOWARDS SHARAF BAZAR
0
2028
Guntur
Rural
Ponnur Town
Ponnuru Town
TOWARDS KASUKARRU ROAD
1
1
80.547
5
16.067
78
Ponnuru1
2029
Guntur
Rural
Ponnur Town
Ponnuru Town
OLD
PONNUR
AMBADKER
COMMUNITY HALL
1
1
80.546
11
16.065
56
Ponnuru1
2030
Guntur
Rural
Ponnur Town
Ponnuru Town
ISLAND CENTER.
0
1
80.551
11
16.066
39
Ponnuru1
2031
Guntur
Rural
Ponnur Town
Ponnuru Town
VEGITABLE MARKET
1
1
80.55
16.067
78
Ponnuru1
2032
Guntur
Rural
Ponnur Town
Ponnuru Town
VEGITABLE
JUNDA CEHTTU
1
1
80.551
11
16.068
06
Ponnuru1
2033
Guntur
Rural
Ponnur Town
Ponnuru Town
RANGA STATUE
2
1
80.550
83
16.067
5
Ponnuru1
2034
Guntur
Rural
Ponnur Town
Ponnuru Town
TOWARDS FLY OVER
1
1
80.552
22
16.065
83
Ponnuru1
2035
Guntur
Rural
Ponnur Town
Ponnuru Town
TOWARDS KOKILA BAR ROAD
1
1
80.551
67
16.065
56
Ponnuru1
2036
Guntur
Rural
Ponnur Town
Ponnuru Town
SPP ROAD OPP A1 BIRYANA
POINT
1
1
80.549
72
16.066
94
Ponnuru1
2037
Guntur
Ponnur Town
Ponnuru Town
DVC COLONY
1
1
80.551
16.074
Ponnuru1
MARKET
1
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Rural
2038
Guntur
Rural
Ponnur Town
Ponnuru Town
2039
Guntur
Rural
Tenali
P.S.
Tenali I Town P.S.
2040
Guntur
Rural
Rajupalem
Rajupalem Village
2041
Guntur
Rural
Bellamkonda
Bellamkonda
Road
2042
Guntur
Rural
Thulluru
2043
Guntur
Rural
2044
2045
I
Town
ITIKAMPADU
SANGAM
ROAD
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
67
17
Nearest APSFL
PoP
1
1
80.544
72
16.065
83
Ponnuru1
1
1
80.391
11
16.141
39
Prathipadu
Rajupalem Village Center
1
1
2
80.015
79
16.461
61
Rajupalem
Bellamkonda X Road
3
0
3
80.004
74
16.466
65
Rajupalem
Thulluru Village
Library centre, beside Azad Fancy
stores, Thulluru (Four road junction),
Thulluru
0
1
1
80.469
5
16.527
28
Rayapudi
Thulluru
Harischandrapuram
Sadanala Rosaiah House Facing
towards
Amaravathi,
Harischandrapuram
1
1
80.439
95
16.570
13
Rayapudi
Guntur
Rural
Thulluru
Borupalem Village
Andhara Ivangikal Church Facing
towards Abbarajupalem, Borupalem
1
1
80.458
15
16.561
67
Rayapudi
Guntur
Rural
Thulluru
Dondapadu Village
Nelluri Veeraiah House Facing
towards Thulluru side, Dondapadu
1
1
80.453
69
16.546
13
Rayapudi
Cross
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Longit
ude
Latitu
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Nearest APSFL
PoP
2046
Guntur
Rural
Thulluru
Thulluru Village
Amaravathi Junction Road (Facing
towards Amaravathi), Thulluru
1
1
80.469
5
16.527
28
Rayapudi
2047
Guntur
Rural
Thulluru
Thulluru Village
CRDA Office Guard (Near sentry
post), Thulluru
1
1
80.471
06
16.529
7
Rayapudi
2048
Guntur
Rural
Thulluru
Rayapudi
Shaik Galisha House, Rayapudi
beside
electrical
Sub-Station,
Rayapudi
2
2
80.481
29
16.546
51
Rayapudi
2049
Guntur
Rural
Rentachinthala
PS
Rentachinthala town
Rentachinthala Main centre
1
1
79.552
22
16.554
44
Rentachintala
2050
Guntur
Rural
Tsundur P.S.
Tsundur P.S & Circle
Office
1
1
80.584
72
16.156
67
Tsunduru
2051
Guntur
Rural
Veldurthy PS
Veldurthy Town
1
1
79.368
61
16.346
39
Veldurthy
2052
Guntur
Rural
Veldurthy PS
Veldurthy Town
Near Kasturba school, Veldurthy
1
1
79.374
69
16.350
89
Veldurthy
2053
Guntur
Rural
Vemuru
Vemuru
Vemuru Center
1
1
80.738
89
16.176
94
Vemuru
2054
Guntur
Rural
Vemuru
Jampani
Jampani Center
1
1
80.709
72
16.194
44
Vemuru
Veldurthy main centre, main road,
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PoP
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
1
1
80.741
11
16.178
06
Vemuru
1
1
80.737
78
16.182
5
Vemuru
3
80.165
61
16.094
78
Chilakaluripet
2
80.163
67
16.090
86
Chilakaluripet
3
80.161
31
16.086
14
Chilakaluripet
2055
Guntur
Rural
Vemuru
Chavali
2056
Guntur
Rural
Vemuru P.S.
Vemuru P.S.
2057
Guntur
Rural
Chilakaluripet
Town PS
Chilakaluripet Town
NRT center
2
2058
Guntur
Rural
Chilakaluripet
Town PS
Chilakaluripet Town
Vijaya Bank
2
2059
Guntur
Rural
Chilakaluripet
Town PS
Chilakaluripet Town
P. Patnam X road
2
2060
Guntur
Rural
Chilakaluripet
Town PS
Chilakaluripet Town
Opposite MRO office
1
1
80.164
86
16.086
19
Chilakaluripet
2061
Guntur
Rural
Chilakaluripet
Town PS
Chilakaluripet Town
V. V. Ranga statue center
1
1
80.163
69
16.085
64
Chilakaluripet
2062
Guntur
Rural
Chilakaluripet
Town PS
Chilakaluripet Town
Clock tower center
1
1
80.167
75
16.086
39
Chilakaluripet
2063
Guntur
Rural
Chilakaluripet
Town PS
Chilakaluripet Town
Kalamandir center
2
3
80.169
69
16.086
64
Chilakaluripet
2064
Guntur
Rural
Chilakaluripet
Town PS
Chilakaluripet Town
Police Station Junction
1
1
80.170
33
16.089
64
Chilakaluripet
2065
Guntur
Rural
Chilakaluripet
Town PS
Chilakaluripet Town
Chirala one way
1
1
80.167
89
16.085
64
Chilakaluripet
Chavali Center
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al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
2066
Guntur
Rural
Chilakaluripet
Town PS
Chilakaluripet Town
Police outpost Pedanandipadu road
1
1
80.173
72
16.084
Chilakaluripet
2067
Guntur
Rural
Chilakaluripet
Town PS
Chilakaluripet Town
Krishna Mahal center
2
2
80.170
31
16.090
75
Chilakaluripet
2068
Guntur
Rural
Chilakaluripet
Town PS
Chilakaluripet Town
Anjaneya Swamy temple
1
1
80.168
14
16.091
25
Chilakaluripet
2069
Guntur
Rural
Chilakaluripet
Town PS
Chilakaluripet Town
Opposite Orange building
1
1
80.166
61
16.093
56
Chilakaluripet
2070
Guntur
Rural
Chilakaluripet
Town PS
Chilakaluripet Town
RTC bus stand area
4
1
5
80.167
69
16.098
92
Chilakaluripet
2071
Guntur
Rural
Chilakaluripet
Town PS
Chilakaluripet Town
AMG Check post
0
1
1
80.170
39
16.104
36
Chilakaluripet
2072
Guntur
Rural
Chilakaluripet
Town PS
Chilakaluripet Town
Opposite Santha
0
1
1
80.163
03
16.098
19
Chilakaluripet
2073
Guntur
Rural
Chilakaluripet
Town PS
Chilakaluripet Town
Chowtra center
1
1
80.167
89
16.090
08
Chilakaluripet
2074
Guntur
Rural
Chilakaluripet
Town PS
Chilakaluripet Town
Sarada High School junction
1
1
80.173
69
16.086
92
Chilakaluripet
2075
Guntur
Rural
Chilakaluripet
Town PS
Chilakaluripet Town
New P.S junction
1
1
80.167
53
16.094
69
Chilakaluripet
2076
Guntur
Rural
Chilakaluripet
Town PS
Chilakaluripet Town
Opposite RVS CVS high school road
1
1
80.165
89
16.090
33
Chilakaluripet
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2077
Guntur
Rural
Chilakaluripet
Town PS
Chilakaluripet Town
SBI ATM Subbaiahthota
1
1
80.164
86
16.090
61
Chilakaluripet
2078
Guntur
Rural
Chilakaluripet
Town PS
Chilakaluripet Town
Minister House premises
2
2
80.163
14
16.093
58
Chilakaluripet
2079
Guntur
Rural
Chilakaluripet
Town PS
Chilakaluripet Town
CR Colony, 1st lane
1
1
80.170
75
16.095
75
Chilakaluripet
2080
Guntur
Rural
Chilakaluripet
Town PS
Chilakaluripet Town
Bhavanarushi Nagar
1
1
80.156
94
16.090
39
Chilakaluripet
2081
Guntur
Rural
Chilakaluripet
Town PS
Chilakaluripet Town
Audi Andhra colony
1
1
80.158
28
16.092
03
Chilakaluripet
2082
Guntur
Rural
Chilakaluripet
Town PS
Chilakaluripet Town
Sugali colony main road
1
1
80.159
53
16.092
64
Chilakaluripet
2083
Guntur
Rural
Chilakaluripet
Town PS
Chilakaluripet Town
RR Show room
1
1
80.168
39
16.087
14
Chilakaluripet
2084
Guntur
Rural
Chilakaluripet
Town PS
Chilakaluripet Town
Bank colony
1
1
80.160
06
16.098
67
Chilakaluripet
2085
Guntur
Rural
Chilakaluripet
Town PS
Chilakaluripet Town
Singh Nagar
1
1
80.154
86
16.098
14
Chilakaluripet
2086
Guntur
Rural
Chilakaluripet
Town PS
Chilakaluripet Town
Ayyappa Swamy temple 22nd ward
1
1
80.167
89
16.085
25
Chilakaluripet
2087
Guntur
Rural
Chilakaluripet
Town PS
Chilakaluripet Town
AJCJ Court complex
1
1
80.166
19
16.095
17
Chilakaluripet
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ude
Latitu
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1
80.158
17
16.095
81
Chilakaluripet
Guntur
Rural
Chilakaluripet
Town PS
Chilakaluripet Town
PJCJ Court complex
1
2089
Guntur
Rural
Chilakaluripet
Rural
Circle
Office,
Chilakaluripet
town
Chilakaluripet Town
chpet rural circle office premisess
1
0
1
80.170
56
16.089
11
Chilakaluripet
2090
Guntur
Rural
Chilakaluripet
Town PS
Chilakaluripet Town
Police station road side and inside
the premisses
2
0
2
80.169
03
16.094
58
Chilakaluripet
2091
Guntur
Rural
Ch.Pet Rural PS
Chilakaluripet Town
Police station road side and inside
the premisses
1
0
1
80.170
67
16.089
39
Chilakaluripet
2092
Guntur
Rural
Nadendla PS
Nadendla village
Police station road side and inside
the premisses
2
0
2
80.169
06
16.094
58
Chilakaluripet
2093
Guntur
Rural
Nagaram
Camera-2
sajjavaripalem
post center
Camera-2 at sajjavaripalem check
post center
1
1
80.784
17
16.000
83
SS-II Repalle
2094
Guntur
Rural
Macherla
PS
Town
Macherla Town
RTC Busstand entrance, Macherla
1
1
79.439
17
16.476
11
Macherla 2
2095
Guntur
Rural
Macherla
PS
Town
Macherla Town
Lorry Stand Macherla town
2
2
79.439
44
16.475
28
Macherla 2
2096
Guntur
Rural
Macherla
PS
Town
Macherla Town
Kanneganti Hanumanth
Macherla Town
2
2
79.428
89
16.475
28
Macherla 2
2097
Guntur
Rural
Macherla
PS
Town
Macherla Town
Railway
Town
1
1
79.438
61
16.470
56
Macherla 2
2088
at
check
Station
entre,
Statue,
Macherl
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Guntur
Rural
Macherla
PS
Town
2099
Guntur
Rural
Macherla
PS
Town
2100
Guntur
Rural
Macherla
PS
Town
2101
Guntur
Rural
Macherla
PS
Town
2102
Guntur
Rural
Macherla
PS
Town
2103
Guntur
Rural
Macherla
PS
Town
2104
Guntur
Rural
Macherla
PS
Town
2105
Guntur
Rural
Macherla
PS
Town
2106
Guntur
Rural
Macherla
PS
Town
2107
Guntur
Rural
Macherla
PS
Rural
2108
Guntur
Rural
Atchampet
PT
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Nearest APSFL
PoP
Tot
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Longit
ude
Latitu
de
2
79.433
89
16.472
22
Macherla 2
Macherla Town
Mother Theresa statue, Macherla
town
2
Macherla Town
Ring road centre, macherla town
2
1
3
79.431
39
16.468
61
Macherla 2
Macherla Town
Archi point, Macherla Town
1
1
2
79.436
11
16.475
28
Macherla 2
Macherla Town
Ravi Sweets point, Macherla Town
2
2
79.436
11
16.475
28
Macherla 2
Macherla Town
Pottisreeramulu
town
2
2
79.436
11
16.475
28
Macherla 2
Macherla Town
Ramatalkie line entrance, Macherla
Town
1
1
79.436
11
16.475
28
Macherla 2
Macherla Town
Ramatalkies centre, Macherla town
2
2
79.434
17
16.477
78
Macherla 2
Macherla Town
Nehrunagar main road, Macherla
twon
2
2
79.446
11
16.473
06
Macherla 2
Macherla Town
Sri Lakshmi Chennakesava swamy
temple, Macherla Town
2
2
79.432
78
16.480
28
Macherla 2
Rayavaram Junction
Rayavaram Junction
2
2
79.470
17
16.468
53
Macherla 2
Atchampeta Village
Anjaneya swamy statue, main centre,
Atchampet
0
1
80.119
36
16.629
52
ACTHAMPETA
statue,
Macherla
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2109
Guntur
Rural
Atchampet
Atchampeta Village
Main road, opposite MRO Office,
Atchampet
1
1
80.123
21
16.627
86
ACTHAMPETA
2110
Guntur
Rural
Atchampet
Atchampeta Village
Main road, Near Saibaba Temple,
Atchampet
1
1
80.118
91
16.620
3
ACTHAMPETA
2111
Guntur
Rural
Atchampet
Atchampeta Village
Thallacheruvu
Atchampet
1
1
80.120
1
16.639
02
ACTHAMPETA
2112
Guntur
Rural
BANDLAMOTT
U PS
Bollapalli village
Police station road side and inside
the premisses
2
2
79.686
64
16.192
06
Bandlamottu
2113
Guntur
Rural
IPURU PS
ipur village
Ipuru main centre (Vinukonda Karempudi road)
1
1
79.776
44
16.228
72
Epuru
2114
Guntur
Rural
IPURU PS
Bommarajupalli village
Bommarajupalli ΓÇÿYΓÇÖ Junction
(Vinukonda - Karempudi road)
1
1
79.785
42
16.275
72
Epuru
2115
Guntur
Rural
IPURU PS
Muppalla village
A.Muppalla main centre [Ipuru ΓÇô
Narasaraopet road]
1
1
79.841
47
16.243
47
Epuru
2116
Guntur
Rural
Ipur PS
ipur village
Police station road side and inside
the premisses
2
0
2
79.779
78
16.216
92
Epuru
2117
Guntur
Rural
Krosuru
Krosuru Village
Four Roads Center, Krosuru
0
1
1
80.136
57
16.547
33
KROSUR
2118
Guntur
Rural
Krosuru
Krosuru Village
Amaravathi
Krosuru
0
1
1
80.138
21
16.540
56
KROSUR
cross
Bus
Stop
road,
Centre,
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PoP
2119
Guntur
Rural
Nakarikal PS
Nakarikal village
Nekarikallu Bus stop center
1
1
2
79.942
56
16.370
78
Nekarikallu
2120
Guntur
Rural
Nakarikal PS
Near Nakarikal villlage
Karampudi road Nekarikallu
1
1
2
79.941
33
16.375
86
Nekarikallu
2121
Guntur
Rural
Nakarikal PS
Challagundla Addaroad (
Near Anjaneya swamy
temple)
Challagundla Addaroad
Anjaneya swamy temple)
1
2
3
79.949
08
16.338
08
Nekarikallu
2122
Guntur
Rural
Nekarikallu PS
Nakarikal village
Police station road side and inside
the premisses
2
0
2
79.942
39
16.370
08
Nekarikallu
2123
Guntur
Rural
Rompicherla P.S.
Rompcherla village
On Addanki to Narketpalli state
highway road near cross road of
Rompicherla Village.
2
0
2
79.915
61
16.212
61
Rompicharla
2124
Guntur
Rural
Rompicherla P.S.
Rompcherla village
Police station road side and inside
the premisses
2
0
2
79.906
64
16.212
19
Rompicharla
2125
Guntur
Rural
Savalyapuram PS
Savalaypuram village
Police station road side and inside
the premisses
2
0
2
79.812
83
16.100
44
Savalyapuram
2126
Guntur
Rural
Muppalla
Madala Cross Road
Madala Cross Road
1
0
1
80.126
59
16.365
99
Muppalla
2127
Guntur
Rural
Muppalla
Bollavaram Cross Road
Bollavaram Cross Road
1
0
1
80.111
57
16.346
13
Muppalla
2128
Guntur
Rural
Vinukonda PS
Vinukonda Town
Masjid Manyam, Railpet, Vinukonda
0
1
1
79.745
15
16.048
97
Vinukonda-I
(
Near
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Latitu
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1
1
79.749
9
16.046
94
Vinukonda-I
2129
Guntur
Rural
Vinukonda PS
Vinukonda Town
Market Yard, Yenugupalem Road,
Vinukonda
0
2130
Guntur
Rural
Vinukonda PS
Vinukonda Town
Bosubomma Centre, Vinukonda
1
1
79.739
68
16.049
1
Vinukonda-I
2131
Guntur
Rural
Vinukonda PS
Vinukonda Town
Dabba Centre, Vinukonda
1
1
79.736
12
16.052
91
Vinukonda-I
2132
Guntur
Rural
Vinukonda PS
Vinukonda Town
Seetharama Towers,
Road, Vinukonda
2133
Guntur
Rural
Vinukonda PS
Vinukonda Town
2134
Guntur
Rural
Vinukonda PS
2135
Guntur
Rural
2136
Guntur
Rural
Karampudi
0
1
1
79.739
73
16.058
5
Vinukonda-I
Vishnukundi Nagar, Vinukonda
0
1
1
79.736
1
16.061
02
Vinukonda-I
Vinukonda Town
Gangineni Kalyana Mandapam,
Narasaraopet Road, Vinukonda
0
1
1
79.748
59
16.056
1
Vinukonda-I
Vinukonda PS
Vinukonda Town
Balaji Estates, Vitamrajupalli (V)
0
1
1
79.772
44
16.076
46
Vinukonda-I
Vinukonda PS
Vinukonda Town
Railway
Station
Road,
Panchayath Raj Guest House
0
1
1
79.744
08
16.052
04
Vinukonda-I
near
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Latitu
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1
79.753
83
16.111
72
Vinukonda-I
2137
Guntur
Rural
IPURU PS
kondaramutla village
Kondramutla ΓÇô Bollapalli road
junction (Y junction divides from
Vinukonda - Karempudi road)
1
2138
Guntur
Rural
Vinukonda P.S
Vinukonda Town
Police station road side and inside
the premisses
2
0
2
79.743
25
16.052
33
Vinukonda-I
2139
Guntur
Rural
INAVOLU PS
Vinukonda Town
Police station road side and inside
the premisses
2
0
2
79.743
06
16.051
86
Vinukonda-I
2140
Guntur
Rural
Sattenapalli Town
Sattenapalli Town
Nandigama Donka Road Nagarjuna
Colony
2
0
2
80.160
23
16.398
24
Sattenapalli -3
2141
Guntur
Rural
Sattenapalli Town
Sattenapalli Town
Near second
Road,
1
1
2
80.153
16.394
51
Sattenapalli -3
2142
Guntur
Rural
Sattenapalli Town
Sattenapalli Town
Near
Poolice
Sattenapalli Town
3
0
3
80.151
6
16.394
46
Sattenapalli -3
2143
Guntur
Rural
Sattenapalli Town
Sattenapalli Town
Near Sattenapalli Town PS
0
1
1
80.149
44
16.394
57
Sattenapalli -3
2144
Guntur
Rural
Sattenapalli Town
Sattenapalli Town
Taluka Center, Sattenapalli Town
3
0
3
80.150
2
16.394
54
Sattenapalli -3
2145
Guntur
Rural
Sattenapalli Town
Sattenapalli Town
Hon'ble Speaker's
Road, Sattenapalli
4
0
4
80.156
42
16.389
96
Sattenapalli -3
2146
Guntur
Rural
Nizampatnam
Bus
Stand
Nizampatnam
(Camera-1)
Bus Stand centre
Village. (Camera-1)
1
0
1
80.665
56
15.906
67
Nizampatrnam
centre
Village.
Petrolbunk, Guntur
Petrol
House
Bunk,
Cross
Nizampatnam
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2147
Guntur
Rural
Nizampatnam
Nizampatnam Harbour
Cross Road (Camera-2)
Nizampatnam Harbour Cross Road
(Camera-2)
1
0
1
80.663
61
15.901
67
Nizampatrnam
2148
Guntur
Rural
Nizampatnam
Nizampatnam
Main
Bazzar. (Camera-3)
Nizampatnam
(Camera-3)
1
0
1
80.668
33
15.903
89
Nizampatrnam
2149
Guntur
Rural
Pedakurapadu
Pedakurapadu Village
Near Registrar Office, Pedakurapadu
1
0
1
80.261
66
16.475
53
Pedakurapadu
2150
Guntur
Rural
Pedakurapadu
Pedakurapadu Village
Near Pedakurapadu Railway Station
1
0
1
80.254
25
16.459
59
Pedakurapadu
2151
Guntur
Rural
Pedakurapadu
Pedakurapadu Village
Guntur
Road
Pedakurapadu
0
1
1
80.258
46
16.467
57
Pedakurapadu
2152
Guntur
Rural
Pedakurapadu
Pedakurapadu Village
Lingamguntla Junction
0
1
1
80.258
53
16.467
94
Pedakurapadu
2153
Guntur
Rural
Pedakurapadu
Pedakurapadu Village
Priya Hotel Center, Pedakurapadu
0
1
1
80.259
01
16.468
92
Pedakurapadu
2154
Guntur
Rural
Pedakurapadu
Pedakurapadu Village
75-Tyalluru Centre, Pedakurapadu
2
0
2
80.290
38
16.512
54
Pedakurapadu
2155
Guntur
Rural
Pedakurapadu
Pedakurapadu Village
Parasa Junction, Pedakurapadu
2
0
2
80.302
5
16.515
88
Pedakurapadu
2156
Guntur
Rural
Pedakurapadu
Pedakurapadu Village
Podapadu Junction, Pedakurapadu
1
0
1
80.293
09
16.438
29
Pedakurapadu
2157
Guntur
Rural
Pedakurapadu
Pedakurapadu Village
Railway Gate, Pedakurapadu
1
0
1
80.256
91
16.458
73
Pedakurapadu
Main
Bazzar.
Entrance,
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Nearest APSFL
PoP
2158
Guntur
Rural
Pedakurapadu
Lagadapadu Village
Lagadapadu Village Center
1
0
1
80.226
6
16.482
78
Pedakurapadu
2159
Guntur
Rural
Pedakurapadu
Pedakurapadu Village
Pedakurapadu Bus Stand
0
1
1
80.258
06
16.467
56
Pedakurapadu
2160
Guntur
Rural
Vedullapalli
Stuvartpuram
Camera-2 at salvation army high
school Stuvartpuram
1
1
80.404
17
15.865
Eepurupalem
2161
Guntur
Rural
Vedullapalli
Stuvartpuram
Camera-3 at Pedagang Stuvartpuram
village
1
1
80.405
83
15.868
61
Eepurupalem
2162
Guntur
Rural
Vedullapalli
Petole Bunk
Policde partol bunk, beside Police
Station
2
2
80.405
83
15.866
39
Eepurupalem
2163
Guntur
Rural
Ponnur Rural PS
Camera-1
Brahmanakoduru
Road
at
X-
Brahmanakodur X- Road towards,
Brahmanakodur village, Manchala,
Tsundurpalli and Ponnur side
1
1
80.519
72
16.147
78
Mamillapalli
2164
Guntur
Rural
Ponnur Rural PS
Camera-2 at Munipalle
Main center
Muniapalle Main center towards
Vellaluru village and Ponnur side
1
1
80.541
11
16.126
94
Mamillapalli
2165
Guntur
Rural
Ponnur Rural PS
Camera-4 at Dandamudi
village
Dandamudi
towards
Munipalle
village and Aremanda village
1
1
80.549
17
16.113
06
Mamillapalli
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Taluq
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Proposed Location for
Installation
Quantity
Fix
ed
PT
Z
Coordinates
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
2166
Guntur
Rural
Ponnur Rural PS
Camera-5 at Kasukarru
Y-Road Junction
Kasukarru towards Pedanandipadu
road and Kakumanu road and Ponnur
side
1
1
80.536
11
16.063
33
Chintalapudi
2167
Guntur
Rural
Ponnur Town
Ponnuru Town
SHANTHI NAGAR ROAD
1
1
80.546
67
16.058
06
Chintalapudi
2168
Guntur
Rural
Duggirala
Chiluvuru Railway Gate
1
1
80.617
22
16.378
89
Chiluvuru
2169
Guntur
Rural
Duggirala
Revendrapadu Center
1
1
80.622
5
16.406
67
Chiluvuru
2170
Guntur
Rural
Rajupalem
Reddygudem Village
Reddygudem Junction
3
0
3
80.049
06
16.438
Ganapavaram
2171
Guntur
Rural
Thulluru
Pedaparimi
Back side of NTR statue (Four road
junction), Pedaparimi
0
1
1
80.455
06
16.463
98
MOTHADAKA
2172
Guntur
Rural
Thulluru
Pedaparimi Village
Petrol Bunk, Outskirts of Pedaparimi
village
2
2
80.454
83
16.456
43
MOTHADAKA
2173
Guntur
Rural
Veldurthy PS
Veldurthy Town
1
1
79.401
67
16.358
33
Uppalapadu
R.T.C Bus stop centre, Upalappadu
Village
main
road,
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ed
PT
Z
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
2174
Guntur
Rural
Bapatla Rural
Suryalanka Beach
Police Watch Tower
0
1
1
80.508
89
15.839
72
Adavi
2175
Guntur
Rural
Bapatla Rural
Suryalanka Beach
Haritha Resorts Top
0
1
1
80.508
06
15.839
72
Adavi
2176
Guntur
Rural
Bapatla Rural
Suryalanka Beach
Entrance Gate
1
1
80.508
61
15.839
72
Adavi
2177
Guntur
Rural
Bapatla Rural
Suryalanka Beach
Near Bathrooms
1
1
80.508
89
15.84
Adavi
2178
Guntur
Rural
Thulluru
Vykuntapuram Village
Kasaiah House, Vykuntapuram
0
1
80.413
05
16.568
47
Ananthavaram
2179
Guntur
Rural
Thulluru
Nekkallu
Darla Siva Kumar House, Nekkalu
(Welding Shop) Facing towards
CRDA office side, Nekkallu
1
1
80.439
11
16.492
24
Ananthavaram
2180
Guntur
Rural
Thulluru
Ananthavaram Village
Panchayathi Office, Ananthavaram
(Facing
towards
School),
Anathavaram
1
1
80.432
65
16.512
29
Ananthavaram
2181
Guntur
Rural
Thulluru
Ananthavaram Village
Near Venkateswara Swami Temple
(Facing
towards
Karlapudi),
Ananthavaram
1
1
80.429
02
16.509
68
Ananthavaram
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ed
K.James House (Three cross road)
Facing
towards
Amaravathi,
Vaddamanu
PT
Z
Coordinates
Nearest APSFL
PoP
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
1
1
80.422
18
16.531
1
Ananthavaram
2182
Guntur
Rural
Thulluru
Vaddamanu Village
2183
Guntur
Rural
Tenali Taluka PS
Angalakuduru T-Road
Junction
towards
Tsunduru village
1
1
80.609
44
16.237
78
Angalakuduru
2184
Guntur
Rural
Tenali Taluka PS
Angalakuduru Center
1
1
80.614
44
16.242
22
Angalakuduru
2185
Guntur
Rural
Chilakaluripet
Rural PS
NH 16, Near Boppudi
village
Sri Boppudi Anjaneyaswami Temple
Junction.of Chilakaluripet ® P.S
4
4
80.148
19
16.059
78
Boppudi
2186
Guntur
Rural
Chilakaluripet ®
P.S
boppudi village
Boppudi/ Subway on NH-16
2
2
80.148
14
16.059
83
Boppudi
2187
Guntur
Rural
Karempudi PS
Karempudi Town
Lakshmipuram main centre
1
1
79.670
14
16.480
03
Charlagudipadu
2188
Guntur
Rural
Karempudi PS
Karempudi Town
Near Sub Station, Naramalapadu
1
1
79.643
75
16.441
69
Adigoppala
2189
Guntur
Rural
Durgi PS
Durgi Town
Nidanampadu cross road
1
1
79.604
72
16.436
11
Adigoppala
2190
Guntur
Rural
Durgi PS
Durgi Town
Goddes
Nidanampati
Lakshmi
Ammavari temple, Nidanampadu
1
1
79.590
56
16.407
22
Adigoppala
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Nearest APSFL
PoP
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
2
2
79.618
61
16.437
22
Adigoppala
2191
Guntur
Rural
Durgi PS
Durgi Town
Bus stop center,
Adigoppula village
2192
Guntur
Rural
Karempudi PS
Karempudi Town
Pedakodamagundla Main centre
1
1
79.709
64
16.493
28
Gadevaripalli
2193
Guntur
Rural
Karempudi PS
Karempudi Town
Inuparajupalli main centre
1
1
79.714
47
16.524
22
Gadevaripalli
2194
Guntur
Rural
Bapatla Rural
Muthayapalem Village
Muthayapalem Main Centre
1
1
80.878
06
15.878
06
Gangadipalem
2195
Guntur
Rural
Nizampatnam
(Adavuladeevi
PS)
Kothapalem
Camera-3 at
kothapalem
1
1
80.798
89
15.883
61
Gangadipalem
2196
Guntur
Rural
Piduguralla PS
Piduguralla Town
Mayabazaar Entrance, Piduguralla
1
0
1
79.886
05
16.480
89
Janapadu
2197
Guntur
Rural
Piduguralla PS
Piduguralla Town
Janapadu
Piduguralla
1
0
1
79.886
16.480
71
Janapadu
2198
Guntur
Rural
Piduguralla PS
Piduguralla Town
Opp. SBI Macherla
Piduguralla
1
0
1
79.883
57
16.481
87
Janapadu
2199
Guntur
Rural
Piduguralla PS
Piduguralla Town
Opp. Railway Station, Piduguralla
1
0
1
79.878
28
16.478
55
Janapadu
2200
Guntur
Rural
Piduguralla PS
Piduguralla Town
Vasavi Nagar Entrance, Piduguralla
2
0
2
79.881
35
16.478
52
Janapadu
2201
Guntur
Rural
Piduguralla PS
Piduguralla Town
Near Gandhinagar
Piduguralla
3
0
3
79.881
68
16.478
55
Janapadu
Main
road,
PT
Z
Coordinates
Center
Road
at
Entrance,
Bus
Water
Stop,
Tank,
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Nearest APSFL
PoP
Fix
ed
PT
Z
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
2
0
2
79.882
61
16.478
72
Janapadu
2202
Guntur
Rural
Piduguralla PS
Piduguralla Town
Municipal
Piduguralla
2203
Guntur
Rural
Piduguralla PS
Piduguralla Town
Yallarao Bazaar Entrance and Exit,
2
0
2
79.882
41
16.478
89
Janapadu
2204
Guntur
Rural
Piduguralla PS
Piduguralla Town
Gela Annamma Notary Office
2
0
2
79.883
85
16.479
49
Janapadu
2205
Guntur
Rural
Piduguralla PS
Piduguralla Town
Akshara School
3
0
3
79.884
07
16.480
07
Janapadu
2206
Guntur
Rural
Piduguralla PS
Piduguralla Town
Dr.Seetharamanjaneyacharyulu
House.
2
0
2
79.883
06
16.480
43
Janapadu
2207
Guntur
Rural
Piduguralla PS
Piduguralla Town
Yallarao
Entrance
2
0
2
79.883
63
16.481
73
Janapadu
2208
Guntur
Rural
Piduguralla PS
Piduguralla Town
Guntur Bus stop Center
4
0
4
79.884
48
16.481
52
Janapadu
2209
Guntur
Rural
Piduguralla PS
Piduguralla Town
TS Reddy
Exit
2
0
2
79.884
71
16.479
39
Janapadu
2210
Guntur
Rural
Piduguralla PS
Piduguralla Town
Opp. SBI E Corner
2
0
2
79.884
99
16.478
6
Janapadu
2211
Guntur
Rural
Piduguralla PS
Piduguralla Town
Kanyaka Parameswary Temple
2
0
2
79.884
65
16.478
08
Janapadu
2212
Guntur
Rural
Piduguralla PS
Piduguralla Town
Gunda Srinivasa Rao Bazaar
1
0
1
79.884
48
16.477
89
Janapadu
Bazaar
Junction,
Coordinates
Main
Road
Collage Entrance and
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Quantity
Coordinates
Fix
ed
PT
Z
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
2213
Guntur
Rural
Piduguralla PS
Piduguralla Town
Gandhinagar Entrance Janapadu road
2
0
2
79.884
29
16.477
37
Janapadu
2214
Guntur
Rural
Piduguralla PS
Piduguralla Town
Ravilla Hotel Besides Bazaar
2
0
2
79.886
78
16.480
76
Janapadu
2215
Guntur
Rural
Piduguralla PS
Piduguralla Town
Mayabazaar Milk Dairy
2
0
2
79.886
2
16.481
87
Janapadu
2216
Guntur
Rural
Piduguralla PS
Piduguralla Town
YCP Office Junction Nemili Reddy
Bazaar
2
0
2
79.888
9
16.479
26
Janapadu
2217
Guntur
Rural
Piduguralla PS
Piduguralla Town
Opp. Masque Center
0
1
1
79.887
76
16.480
55
Janapadu
2218
Guntur
Rural
Piduguralla PS
Piduguralla Town
Island Center
0
1
1
79.885
98
16.480
74
Janapadu
2219
Guntur
Rural
Piduguralla PS
Piduguralla Town
RTC Deport
0
1
1
79.877
68
16.481
51
Janapadu
2220
Guntur
Rural
Piduguralla PS
Piduguralla Town
Railway Station Road
1
1
1
79.879
26
16.481
66
Janapadu
2221
Guntur
Rural
Vedullapalli
Vedullapalli village
Camera-1 at Vedullapalli center
1
1
80.42
15.874
17
Kankatapalem
2222
Guntur
Rural
Bapatla Rural
Narasayapalem
Main Centre
1
1
80.392
22
15.950
28
Kankatapalem
2223
Guntur
Rural
Pittalavanipalem
Chandole petrole bunk
Camera-2 at Chandole Petrol Bunk
0
1
80.607
22
16.034
72
NIDUBROLU
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Fix
ed
PT
Z
Coordinates
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
2224
Guntur
Rural
Ponnur Town
Ponnuru Town
RAMALYAM Temple, NETHAJI
NAGAR
1
1
80.553
06
16.063
61
NIDUBROLU
2225
Guntur
Rural
Ponnur Town
Ponnuru Town
KONDAMUDI ROAD
1
1
80.566
39
16.073
61
NIDUBROLU
2226
Guntur
Rural
Tenali Taluka PS
Kolakaluru
Center
1
1
80.618
06
16.303
89
Kolakaluru
2227
Guntur
Rural
Nizampatnam
(Adavuladeevi
PS)
Adavuladeevi
Camera-1 at Adavuladeevi
Stand center
1
1
80.773
06
15.912
5
Kuchinapudi
2228
Guntur
Rural
Nizampatnam
(Adavuladeevi
PS)
Kuchinapudi
Camera-2 at Bommala Center ,
kuchinapudi
1
1
80.749
17
15.962
5
Kuchinapudi
2229
Guntur
Rural
Chilaklauripet ®
P.S
Lingamguntala village
Lingamguntla village Bridge, Chpet
to NRT road
1
1
80.131
42
16.136
56
Maddirala
2230
Guntur
Rural
Thulluru
Velagapudu Village
Secretariat 5th block (North ΓÇô
West corner), Velagapudi
0
1
1
80.515
94
16.515
04
Mandadam
2231
Guntur
Rural
Thulluru
Secretariat
Secretariat 1st block (South-east
corner), Velagapudi
0
1
1
80.515
48
16.515
02
Mandadam
2232
Guntur
Rural
Thulluru
Secretariat
Opp. Assembly, Velagapudi
0
1
1
80.515
68
16.514
99
Mandadam
village
Bus
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Fix
ed
PT
Z
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
2233
Guntur
Rural
Thulluru
Malkapuram
Malkapuram Junction (Three way
road
ΓÇô
Z.P.High
School,
Mandadam), Mandadam
0
1
1
80.520
89
16.521
63
Mandadam
2234
Guntur
Rural
Thulluru
Thallayapalem
Thallayapalem Junction (Four ways
road ΓÇô Back side of Mandadam
outpost), Mandadam
0
1
1
80.524
89
16.519
4
Mandadam
2235
Guntur
Rural
Thulluru
Venkatapalem
Check Post of Venkatapalem (Front
side of Arch), Venkatapalem
0
1
1
80.541
23
16.504
03
Mandadam
2236
Guntur
Rural
Thulluru
Uddandrayunipalem
Kesavapatnam
Venkateswara
Charulu (Pujari) UD Palem (View of
UDPalem Karakatta and Foundation
stone area), Uddandarayunipalem
0
1
1
80.513
65
16.542
Mandadam
2237
Guntur
Rural
Thulluru
Malkapuram Outskirts
Secretariat L & T entrance road,
Velagapudi
1
1
80.518
23
16.514
81
Mandadam
2238
Guntur
Rural
Thulluru
Velagapudi Village
Secretariat Shapoorji & Pallonji
entrance road, Velagapudi
1
1
80.518
05
16.513
83
Mandadam
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Proposed Location for
Installation
Fix
ed
PT
Z
Coordinates
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
2239
Guntur
Rural
Thulluru
Inavolu Village
Palakayala Venkateswara House
Front side (cross road of Kuragalla
and Sakamuru, Inavolu
2
2
80.502
8
16.485
98
Mandadam
2240
Guntur
Rural
Thulluru
Sakhamuru Village
Church 1st floor (Facing towards
Nelapadu), Sakamuru
1
1
80.478
2
16.492
Mandadam
2241
Guntur
Rural
Thulluru
Thallayapalem
Shivakestharam
Thallayapalem
1
1
80.536
07
16.536
57
Mandadam
2242
Guntur
Rural
Thulluru
Modulingayapalem
Krishna House, Modulingapalem
centre Facing towards Rayapudi,
Modulingayapalem
1
1
80.508
47
16.531
31
Mandadam
2243
Guntur
Rural
Veldurthy PS
Veldurthy Town
R.T.C Bus stop centre, Mandadi
Village
main
road,
1
1
79.403
06
16.408
89
Mandadi
2244
Guntur
Rural
Bapatla Rural
Appikatla
Appikatla Main Cetre on GBC Road
1
1
80.506
67
15.975
28
Mulukuduru
Arch,
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Proposed Location for
Installation
Fix
ed
Mulukuduru village in Machavaram
Cross road towards Bapatla road,
Ponnur Road and Machavaram road
PT
Z
Coordinates
Nearest APSFL
PoP
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
1
1
80.528
61
16.020
56
Mulukuduru
1
1
80.719
72
16.352
5
Munnangi
2245
Guntur
Rural
Ponnur Rural PS
Camera-6 at Mulukuduru
village
Machavaram
Cross road
2246
Guntur
Rural
Kollipara P.S.
Vallabhapuram Centre
2247
Guntur
Rural
N. Sagar PS
N.Sagar Town
T Road Junction, VP south, N.Sagar
1
1
79.333
33
16.567
22
N S Dam
2248
Guntur
Rural
N. Sagar PS
N.Sagar Town
Launch station, VP south, N.Sagar
1
1
79.307
22
16.561
67
N S Dam
2249
Guntur
Rural
N. Sagar PS
N.Sagar Town
Sagarmatha
N.Sagar
1
1
79.301
39
16.556
67
N S Dam
2250
Guntur
Rural
N. Sagar PS
N.Sagar Town
Launch station centre, V.P South
1
1
79.307
31
16.561
64
N S Dam
2251
Guntur
Rural
N. Sagar PS
N.Sagar Town
Ambetkar centre, V.P South
0
1
79.311
11
16.561
94
N S Dam
2252
Guntur
Rural
N. Sagar PS
N.Sagar Town
River view guest House, V.P South
1
1
79.315
36
16.569
72
N S Dam
2253
Guntur
Rural
Machavararam
Machavaram Village
Pillutla bus stop centre
0
1
79.905
6
16.538
33
P.G. Padu
2254
Guntur
Rural
Rentachinthala
PS
Rentachinthala town
Paluvoy Junction
1
1
79.515
61
16.544
36
Paluvai Gate
temple,
VP
south,
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PoP
Fix
ed
PT
Z
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
1
1
80.177
92
16.080
44
Pasumarru
2255
Guntur
Rural
Chilakaluripet
Town PS
Chilakaluripet Town
Opposite Maddi Lakshmaiah house
0
2256
Guntur
Rural
Edlapadu PS
Thimmapuram village
Thimmapuram village NH 16 road
Junction of Edlapadu P.S
4
4
80.203
31
16.148
92
Polireddy Palem
2257
Guntur
Rural
Nadendla PS
Ganapavaram village
Main center, Ganapavaram village,
on NH 16 of Nadendla P.S
4
4
80.178
17
16.119
69
Polireddy Palem
2258
Guntur
Rural
Nadendla P.S
Ganapavaram village
Ganapavaram Village Main Center
1
2
80.178
08
16.119
75
Polireddy Palem
2259
Guntur
Rural
Nadendla P.S
Ganapavaram village
Ganapavaram Village, Cinem hall
center
1
1
80.181
31
16.126
36
Polireddy Palem
2260
Guntur
Rural
Edlapadu P.S
thimmapuram village x
road NH 16
Thimmapuram Village, Nadendla to
Timmapuram village X road
1
2
80.203
22
16.149
06
Polireddy Palem
2261
Guntur
Rural
Veldurthy PS
Veldurthy Town
RTC Busstand centre, Sirigiripadu
1
1
79.328
89
16.306
11
Sirigiripadu
2262
Guntur
Rural
Dachepalli PS
Dachepalli Town
Pondugala bridge
2
2
79.660
75
16.680
17
Srinagar
2263
Guntur
Rural
Tenali Town
BC Colony, Burripalem
Raod, Tenali
Petrol Bunk,
2
2
80.663
89
16.237
78
Tenali II
2264
Guntur
Rural
Tenali Taluka PS
Burripalem
center
1
1
80.701
39
16.246
67
Tenali II
village
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2265
Guntur
Rural
Tenali Town
Chinaravuru, Tenali
Railway station road junction
3
1
4
80.655
56
16.223
89
Tenali4
2266
Guntur
Rural
Tenali Town
Chinaravuru Park, Tenali
Chinaravuru Park
3
1
4
80.651
67
16.228
06
Tenali4
2267
Guntur
Rural
Tenali Town
M.C.Palem, Tenali
Kabel Center
2
2
80.646
94
16.231
11
Tenali4
2268
Guntur
Rural
Tenali Town
Kothapet, Tenali
in front of Sri Astalakshmi Temple
2
2
80.652
5
16.235
28
Tenali4
2269
Guntur
Rural
Tenali Town
Chinaravuru, Tenali
Church Center
2
2
80.654
72
16.225
Tenali4
2270
Guntur
Rural
Tenali Town
Vykuntapuram Temple,
Main Road, Tenali
2
2
80.647
22
16.228
61
Tenali4
2271
Guntur
Rural
Tenali Taluka PS
Pedaravuru Center
1
1
80.655
56
16.210
28
Tenali4
2272
Guntur
Rural
Tenali Rural P.S.
Tenali
Rural
Circle Office
1
1
80.653
61
16.236
94
Tenali4
2273
Guntur
Rural
Kollipara P.S.
Athota Centre
1
1
80.68
16.290
28
Auto Nagar
2274
Guntur
Rural
Tenali Taluka PS
Nandivelugu Junction
2
3
80.636
94
16.292
22
Auto Nagar
2275
Guntur
Rural
Tenali Taluka PS
Nandivelugu
Center
1
1
80.644
44
16.289
72
Auto Nagar
P.S.&
village
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ude
Latitu
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0
1
1
80.813
61
16.116
11
SS-Juvvalapalem
2276
Guntur
Rural
BHATTIPROLU
Camera-2 at vellaturu
check post center
Camera-2 at
center
2277
Guntur
Rural
Pittalavanipalem
Chandole center
Camera-1 at Chandole Market center
1
0
1
80.612
22
16.002
22
Khazipalem
2278
Guntur
Rural
Pittalavanipalem
Reddypalem center
Camera-3 at Reddypalem center
1
0
1
80.595
56
15.988
61
Khazipalem
2279
Guntur
Rural
Pittalavanipalem
Khajipalem center
Camera-4 at Khajipalem center
0
1
1
80.605
28
15.966
67
Khazipalem
2280
Guntur
Rural
REPALLE
PENUMUDI
CHECKPOST
Cam-1 Towards Repalle, Cam-2
Towards Vellaturu, Cam-3 Towards
Chatragadda,
Cam-4
Towards
Puligadda,
4
0
4
80.841
39
16.024
72
Peteru
2281
Guntur
Rural
Repalle
Penumudi Waradhi
Cam-1 Towards Penumudi Village,
Cam-2
Towards
Raavi
Ananthavaram,
2
0
2
80.872
78
16.037
5
Peteru
2282
Guntur
Rural
Tenali Taluka PS
Sangamjagarlamudi
Center
1
80.583
33
16.238
89
Mudi
2283
Guntur
Rural
Pedakurapadu
Kambampadu
Outskirts
2284
Guntur
Rural
Sattenapalli
Nandigama Cross Road
Village
vellaturu check post
Quantity
1
Kambampadu Village Outskirts
1
0
1
80.323
66
16.505
04
UNGUTURU
Nandigam Cross Road, Gutur Macherla Highway
3
0
3
80.187
01
16.381
76
NANDIGAMA(Chri
stianpet)
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factory,
PT
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Nearest APSFL
PoP
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
1
79.722
75
16.380
94
Chakrayapalem
2285
Guntur
Rural
Karempudi PS
Karempudi Town
Srichekra
Karempudi
2286
Guntur
Rural
NARASARAOP
ET TOWN 1 & 2
PSs
Narasaraopet Town
Clock Tower Centre
1
1
2
80.049
69
16.235
92
Narasaraopet-VI
(Prakashnagar)
2287
Guntur
Rural
NARASARAOP
ET TOWN 1 & 2
PSs
Narasaraopet Town
More Centre
1
1
2
80.046
72
16.234
72
Narasaraopet-VI
(Prakashnagar)
2288
Guntur
Rural
NARASARAOP
ET TOWN 1 & 2
PSs
Narasaraopet Town
1st Railway Gate Centre
1
1
2
80.042
92
16.231
78
Narasaraopet-VI
(Prakashnagar)
2289
Guntur
Rural
NARASARAOP
ET TOWN 1 & 2
PSs
Narasaraopet Town
Pavuluri Subbarao School (Hindu
school) Navodhayanagar
1
1
80.039
14
16.230
61
Narasaraopet-VI
(Prakashnagar)
2290
Guntur
Rural
NARASARAOP
ET TOWN 1 & 2
PSs
Narasaraopet Town
Anandh Bhavan, Ramireddypet
1
1
80.041
14
16.234
64
Narasaraopet-VI
(Prakashnagar)
1
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al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
1
2
80.041
94
16.238
42
Narasaraopet-VI
(Prakashnagar)
2291
Guntur
Rural
NARASARAOP
ET TOWN 1 & 2
PSs
Narasaraopet Town
Palanadu road T Junction
1
2292
Guntur
Rural
NARASARAOP
ET TOWN 1 & 2
PSs
Narasaraopet Town
Mayuri lodge centre, palanadu road
1
1
80.044
83
16.237
5
Narasaraopet-VI
(Prakashnagar)
2293
Guntur
Rural
NARASARAOP
ET TOWN 1 & 2
PSs
Narasaraopet Town
N.G.O.Colony
1
1
80.042
56
16.241
39
Narasaraopet-VI
(Prakashnagar)
2294
Guntur
Rural
NARASARAOP
ET TOWN 1 & 2
PSs
Narasaraopet Town
Bus Stand
1
3
80.050
89
16.227
25
Narasaraopet-VI
(Prakashnagar)
2295
Guntur
Rural
NARASARAOP
ET TOWN 1 & 2
PSs
Narasaraopet Town
60 feet Road Entrance
2
2
80.049
56
16.224
81
Narasaraopet-VI
(Prakashnagar)
2296
Guntur
Rural
NARASARAOP
ET TOWN 1 & 2
PSs
Narasaraopet Town
Sateesh road entrance
1
1
80.049
03
16.227
86
Narasaraopet-VI
(Prakashnagar)
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PoP
Fix
ed
PT
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Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
1
2
80.045
67
16.228
81
Narasaraopet-VI
(Prakashnagar)
2297
Guntur
Rural
NARASARAOP
ET TOWN 1 & 2
PSs
Narasaraopet Town
Rikshaw Centre, Prakash Nagar
1
2298
Guntur
Rural
NARASARAOP
ET TOWN 1 & 2
PSs
Narasaraopet Town
Rajiv Gandhi Statue, 60 Feet Road
1
1
80.043
28
16.226
83
Narasaraopet-VI
(Prakashnagar)
2299
Guntur
Rural
NARASARAOP
ET TOWN 1 & 2
PSs
Narasaraopet Town
Near Indhira Gandhi Statue, Bipass
Turning, Pedda Cheruvu
1
1
80.047
39
16.244
69
Narasaraopet-VI
(Prakashnagar)
2300
Guntur
Rural
NARASARAOP
ET TOWN 1 & 2
PSs
Narasaraopet Town
RDO Office Junction
2
2
80.046
39
16.234
08
Narasaraopet-VI
(Prakashnagar)
2301
Guntur
Rural
NARASARAOP
ET TOWN 1 & 2
PSs
Narasaraopet Town
Municipal Office Junction
1
2
80.049
08
16.235
42
Narasaraopet-VI
(Prakashnagar)
2302
Guntur
Rural
NARASARAOP
ET TOWN 1 & 2
PSs
Narasaraopet Town
Pathuru Sivalayam Road
1
1
80.047
89
16.237
69
Narasaraopet-VI
(Prakashnagar)
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Tot
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Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
2303
Guntur
Rural
NARASARAOP
ET TOWN 1 & 2
PSs
Narasaraopet Town
SS Hospital Road Junction
1
1
80.038
64
16.236
28
Narasaraopet-VI
(Prakashnagar)
2304
Guntur
Rural
NARASARAOP
ET TOWN 1 & 2
PSs
Narasaraopet Town
Old Post Office Junction
1
1
80.040
97
16.233
75
Narasaraopet-VI
(Prakashnagar)
2305
Guntur
Rural
NARASARAOP
ET TOWN 1 & 2
PSs
Narasaraopet Town
Check post Junction Nekarikallu
Road
1
1
80.032
11
16.243
42
Narasaraopet-VI
(Prakashnagar)
2306
Guntur
Rural
Sub-divisional
Police
office,
Narasaraopet
Narasaraopet Town
SDPO Camp office Main road and in
side of campus
3
0
3
80.047
97
16.232
53
Narasaraopet-VI
(Prakashnagar)
2307
Guntur
Rural
Narasaraopet
Town PS
I
Narasaraopet Town
Police station road side and inside
the premisses
2
0
2
80.049
44
16.234
33
Narasaraopet-VI
(Prakashnagar)
2308
Guntur
Rural
Narasaraopet
Town PS
II
Narasaraopet Town
Police station road side and inside
the premisses
2
0
2
80.045
03
16.238
75
Narasaraopet-VI
(Prakashnagar)
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Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
2309
Guntur
Rural
Narasaraopet
Rural P.S
Narasaraopet Town
inside the premisses
1
0
1
80.044
97
16.238
58
Narasaraopet-VI
(Prakashnagar)
2310
Guntur
Rural
Pedakurapadu
Garapadu Village
Garapadu Village Center
1
0
1
80.210
23
16.508
1
Utukuru
2311
Guntur
Rural
Krosuru
Bayyavaram
Outskirts
Village
Petrol Bunk centre, Bayyavaram
1
0
1
80.210
46
16.551
83
Utukuru
2312
Guntur
Rural
Rompicherla P.S.
Veeravatnam
nearest
village
On Addanki to Narketpalli state
highway road near Railway bridge at
Veeravatnam Temple
2
0
2
79.926
11
16.153
53
Subbaiahpalem
2313
Guntur
Rural
Sattenapalli
Dhulipalla Main Road
Center
Dhulipalla Main Road Center,
Guntur - Macherla Highway
2
0
2
80.089
71
16.417
85
Dhulipalla
2314
Guntur
Rural
Narasaraopet
Rural PS
kottappakonda
Steps way entrance of Kotappakonda
near Vinayaka Temple
0
1
1
80.038
5
16.143
11
KOTAPPAKONDA
2315
Guntur
Rural
Narasaraopet
Rural PS
kottappakonda
Middle of steps,Kotappakonda
1
1
80.037
72
16.145
19
KOTAPPAKONDA
2316
Guntur
Rural
Narasaraopet
Rural PS
kottappakonda
4 Road Juction, Kotappakonda
0
1
80.039
08
16.141
89
KOTAPPAKONDA
2317
Guntur
Rural
Narasaraopet
Rural PS
kottappakonda
Ghat
road
gate)Kotappakonda
1
1
80.033
17
16.139
17
KOTAPPAKONDA
Arch(Toll
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Tot
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Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
2318
Guntur
Rural
Narasaraopet
Rural PS
kottappakonda
Park, Kotappakonda
1
1
80.028
33
16.146
33
KOTAPPAKONDA
2319
Guntur
Rural
Narasaraopet
Rural PS
kottappakonda
Main Gate at Top of the hill,
Kotappakonda
1
1
80.035
61
16.146
94
KOTAPPAKONDA
2320
Guntur
Rural
Narasaraopet
Rural PS
kottappakonda
Two wheeler Parking, Kotappakonda
1
1
80.036
16.146
19
KOTAPPAKONDA
2321
Guntur
Rural
Narasaraopet
Rural PS
kottappakonda
Vinayaka Idol Arch, Kotappakonda
1
1
80.033
75
16.145
KOTAPPAKONDA
2322
Guntur
Rural
Sattenapalli Town
Sattenapalli Town
Sattenapalli to Narasaraopet X Road
agricultural check post
3
1
4
80.142
59
16.396
38
Sattenapalli -2
2323
Guntur
Rural
Sattenapalli Town
Sattenapalli Town
Sattenapalli to Krosuru Road,
2
1
2
80.144
99
16.398
42
Sattenapalli -2
2324
Guntur
Rural
Sattenapalli Town
Sattenapalli Town
Atchampet Road Railway Gate to
4
0
4
80.148
04
16.406
01
Sattenapalli -2
2325
Guntur
Rural
Muppalla
Irukupalem Village
Bus Stop Center, Irukupalem
0
1
1
80.132
32
16.376
39
Sattenapalli -2
2326
Guntur
Rural
Vinukonda PS
Vinukonda Town
Chikatigalapalem
Vinukonda
0
1
1
79.731
47
16.041
45
Vinukonda-II
2327
Guntur
Rural
Rompicherla P.S.
Vipparla village
On Addanki to Narketpalli state
highway road near cross road
Vipparla Village.
2
0
2
79.936
39
16.302
5
V.R.Palem
X
roads,
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ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
2328
Guntur
Rural
Muppalla
Muppalla Village
Bus Stop Center, Muppalla
0
1
1
80.091
79
16.320
34
Kandlagunta
2329
Guntur
Rural
Muppalla
Safe Factory
Safe Factory, Gollapadu
1
0
1
80.077
32
16.295
79
Kandlagunta
2330
Guntur
Rural
Muppalla
Gollapadu
Bus Stop Center, Gollapadu
0
1
1
80.081
83
16.304
54
Kandlagunta
2331
Guntur
Rural
Krosuru
Dodleru
Village Centre, Dodleru
1
0
1
80.064
05
16.548
27
Dodleru
2332
Guntur
Rural
Atchampet
Madipadu Ballakattu
Madipadu Ballakattu
1
1
80.076
07
16.815
59
Madipadu
2333
Guntur
Rural
Atchampet
Pulichinthala Project
Pulichintha project left side
0
1
1
80.058
57
16.769
17
Madipadu
2334
Guntur
Rural
Atchampet
Pulichinthala Project
Pulichintha project right side
0
1
1
80.057
57
16.770
02
Madipadu
2335
Guntur
Rural
IPURU PS
kothcherla village
Kotcherla main centre (Vinukonda Karempudi road)
1
1
79.759
14
16.148
67
Kocherla
2336
Guntur
Rural
IPURU PS
vanikunta adda road
Vanikunta
Junction
Point
(Vinukonda - Karempudi road)
1
1
79.782
69
16.204
86
Kocherla
2337
Guntur
Rural
Atchampet
Putlagudem Ballakattu
Putlagudem Ballakattu
1
1
80.139
74
16.713
72
Gudimetla
2338
Guntur
Rural
Nagaram
Camera-2 at Dhulipudi
center
Camera-2 at Dhulipudi center
1
1
80.761
94
16.350
56
Pamula lanka
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Fix
ed
PT
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Coordinates
Nearest APSFL
PoP
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
3
3
80.435
16.248
33
Etukuru Road
1
1
80.051
56
16.239
19
Narasaraopet-III
2339
Guntur
Rural
Tenali Town
Yanadi Colony Center,
Amaravathi Plots, Tenali
2340
Guntur
Rural
NARASARAOP
ET TOWN 1 & 2
PSs
Narasaraopet Town
Current Office, near
Kalyana Mandapam
2341
Guntur
Rural
NARASARAOP
ET TOWN 1 & 2
PSs
Narasaraopet Town
Vinayaka Temple, Sattenapalli road
1
1
80.055
22
16.242
86
Narasaraopet-III
2342
Guntur
Rural
NARASARAOP
ET TOWN 1 & 2
PSs
Narasaraopet Town
Ayyappa Temple, Sattenapalli
1
1
80.057
89
16.253
42
Narasaraopet-III
2343
Guntur
Rural
NARASARAOP
ET TOWN 1 & 2
PSs
Narasaraopet Town
Kota Centre
1
2
80.054
61
16.238
11
Narasaraopet-III
2344
Guntur
Rural
NARASARAOP
ET TOWN 1 & 2
PSs
Narasaraopet Town
Water Tank Centre, Guntur Road
1
1
80.058
36
16.237
25
Narasaraopet-III
2345
Guntur
Rural
NARASARAOP
ET TOWN 1 & 2
PSs
Narasaraopet Town
Mallamma Centre
1
1
2
80.054
16.235
94
Narasaraopet-III
2346
Guntur
Rural
NARASARAOP
ET TOWN 1 & 2
PSs
Narasaraopet Town
Siva Statue Centre
2
1
3
80.051
58
16.236
58
Narasaraopet-III
2347
Guntur
Rural
NARASARAOP
ET TOWN 1 & 2
Narasaraopet Town
Kakumanu Street Entrance
1
1
80.052
89
16.236
14
Narasaraopet-III
Srirasthu
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ed
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Tot
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Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
PSs
2348
Guntur
Rural
NARASARAOP
ET TOWN 1 & 2
PSs
Narasaraopet Town
Market centre
2
2
80.053
44
16.233
69
Narasaraopet-III
2349
Guntur
Rural
NARASARAOP
ET TOWN 1 & 2
PSs
Narasaraopet Town
Chitralaya Centre
2
2
80.053
97
16.232
61
Narasaraopet-III
2350
Guntur
Rural
NARASARAOP
ET TOWN 1 & 2
PSs
Narasaraopet Town
Chandra Shopping Mall Centre
2
2
80.053
06
16.237
08
Narasaraopet-III
2351
Guntur
Rural
NARASARAOP
ET TOWN 1 & 2
PSs
Narasaraopet Town
S.R.K.T. Junction By - pass
2
2
80.066
72
16.226
11
Narasaraopet-III
2352
Guntur
Rural
NARASARAOP
ET TOWN 1 & 2
PSs
Narasaraopet Town
Madina Masque,
Barampet
1
1
80.053
47
16.243
17
Narasaraopet-III
2353
Guntur
Rural
NARASARAOP
ET TOWN 1 & 2
PSs
Narasaraopet Town
Prasannanjaneya Temple, Barampet
1
1
80.054
39
16.244
64
Narasaraopet-III
2354
Guntur
Rural
NARASARAOP
ET TOWN 1 & 2
PSs
Narasaraopet Town
Kodela stadium, Opp, CBN Colony
1
1
80.056
42
16.247
33
Narasaraopet-III
Bipass
road,
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ude
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2
2
80.051
47
16.237
25
Narasaraopet-III
2355
Guntur
Rural
NARASARAOP
ET TOWN 1 & 2
PSs
Narasaraopet Town
Pandu Ranga Swamy
Geetha Mandir Road
2356
Guntur
Rural
NARASARAOP
ET TOWN 1 & 2
PSs
Narasaraopet Town
BM Centre
1
1
80.055
36
16.235
61
Narasaraopet-III
2357
Guntur
Rural
NARASARAOP
ET TOWN 1 & 2
PSs
Narasaraopet Town
Cloth Market Centre
2
2
80.054
33
16.237
36
Narasaraopet-III
2358
Guntur
Rural
NARASARAOP
ET TOWN 1 & 2
PSs
Narasaraopet Town
State Bank Centre, Market
2
2
80.052
31
16.234
33
Narasaraopet-III
2359
Guntur
Rural
Sattenapalli Town
Sattenapalli Town
Holy family School Sattenapalli to
guntur Road
2
2
80.160
43
16.392
84
Sattenapalli -1
2360
Guntur
Rural
NARASARAOP
ET TOWN 1 & 2
PSs
Narasaraopet Town
Venkateswara
Swamy
Srinivasa Nagar
2
2
80.052
94
16.223
14
Narasaraopet II
2361
Guntur
Rural
Thulluru
Venkatapalem
MSR Asharam 1st building terrace
(Overall view), Venkatapalem
1
80.561
28
16.511
67
Undavalli
Temple,
Temple,
0
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PoP
Venkatapalem Village
Electrical pole, Opp. APSP Guard,
near MSR Asharam (Facing towards
Venkatapalem, Facing CM office
side), Venkatapalem
2
2
80.559
42
16.513
97
Undavalli
Pedakakani PS
Namburu
Namburu Road Entrance
1
1
80.500
83
16.361
11
Pedakakani
Guntur
Urban
Tadepalli PS
Near Tadepalli
Road
Sai Baba Temple
1
1
80.598
83
16.473
73
Tadepalli ss-I
2365
Guntur
Urban
Lalapet PS
Market Centre
Palnadu Bus Stand
0
1
80.437
96
16.286
58
Nallacheruvu
2366
Guntur
Urban
Lalapet PS
Sangadiguntta Road
Communist
Bommala
Towards Etukuru Road
2
2
80.440
34
16.280
24
Nallacheruvu
2367
Guntur
Urban
Nagarampalem
PS
Corporation Bank Area
Athu Road Centre
1
1
80.441
79
16.290
88
Nallacheruvu
2368
Guntur
Urban
Pedakakani PS
Auto Nagar
Opp.Reliance Petrol Bunk, Auto
Nagar
2
2
80.471
62
16.318
69
Auto nagar
2369
Guntur
Urban
Pedakakani PS
Pedakakani
Pedakakani Y-Junction
2
2
80.482
96
16.326
52
Auto nagar
2362
Guntur
Rural
Thulluru
2363
Guntur
Urban
2364
Cross
Centre
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ude
Latitu
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Nearest APSFL
PoP
2370
Guntur
Urban
Pattabhipuram PS
SVN Colony
SVN
Colony,
Gujjanagundla
Centre(Kortipadu Road, Palakaluru
Road, Pattabhipuram)
0
1
1
80.417
5
16.325
83
Swarna
Nagar
Bharathi
2371
Guntur
Urban
Nallapadu PS
Vidya Nagar first line
Journalist Colony (Vidya Nagar first
line extension)
0
1
1
80.420
39
16.335
81
Swarna
Nagar
Bharathi
2372
Guntur
Urban
Medikonduru PS
Perecherla Centre
Perecherla Junction(Four Roads)
4
4
80.343
26
16.321
76
PERUCHERLA
2373
Guntur
Urban
Tadepalli PS
Tadepalli
Varadhi Outpost
2
2
80.620
63
16.484
64
krishnalanka
2374
Guntur
Urban
Pattabhipuram PS
SVN Colony
Venkateswara Swamy Temple, SVN
Colony
1
1
80.397
5
16.328
89
Pedda Palakalaru
2375
Guntur
Urban
Nagarampalem
PS
Near Indian
Company
Srinivasaraopet 60 feet Road
towards KVP Colony and Highway
1
1
80.431
59
16.291
84
KVP Colony
2376
Guntur
Urban
Nagarampalem
PS
Syamala Nagar, Railway
Gate
Mahatma Gandhi
Agraharam
1
1
80.412
37
16.303
88
A.T. Agraharam
2377
Guntur
Urban
Nallapadu PS
HB Colony
HB
colony
Centre
Perecherla Road
1
1
80.405
85
16.294
99
A.T. Agraharam
2378
Guntur
Urban
Nallapadu PS
Y-Junction
Chilakaluripeta Y-Junction
3
3
80.400
91
16.287
61
A.T. Agraharam
Tobacco
College,
AT
towards
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Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
2379
Guntur
Urban
Nallapadu PS
HB Colony
HB Colony Sai Baba Temple
1
1
80.406
41
16.298
24
A.T. Agraharam
2380
Guntur
Urban
Nallapadu PS
NGO Colony
NGO Colony, Venugopala Swamy
Temple
1
1
80.411
04
16.301
6
A.T. Agraharam
2381
Guntur
Urban
Kothapet PS
Railway Station, Guntur
Railway Station Exit Gate at prepaid
Auto Centre
1
1
80.443
05
16.300
09
Brodipet
2382
Guntur
Urban
Arundalpet PS
Brodipet, 4th line
Sankar Vilas Centre
0
1
80.439
06
16.301
9
Brodipet
2383
Guntur
Urban
Nallapadu PS
Etukuru Junction
Etukuru Junction
2
2
80.435
07
16.271
58
Etukuru Road
2384
Guntur
Urban
Kothapet PS
Sanjeeva Nagar,
Railway Station
Sanjeeva Nagar Railway Gate(New
Railway
Station)
Minibypass
towards Vijayawada side
1
1
80.451
42
16.306
86
Kakumanu varithota
2385
Guntur
Urban
Arundalpet PS
Near
Centre
Donka Road(Near Bongaralabeedu
Centre)
1
1
80.446
44
16.304
13
Kakumanu varithota
2386
Guntur
Urban
Nagarampalem
PS
KVP
Colony,
Chilakaluripeta
&
Narasaraopet Road
Chuttugunta Centre(KVP Colony,
Mirchiyard, Perecherla Road)
0
1
1
80.425
62
16.291
03
Lalpuram
2387
Guntur
Urban
Pattabhipuram PS
Syamala Nagar
Syamala Nagar turning near petrol
bunk
0
1
1
80.418
06
16.308
61
Pattabhipuram
2388
Guntur
Urban
Pattabhipuram PS
Brundavan Gardens
BR Garden Centre
4
4
80.422
22
16.312
78
Pattabhipuram
New
Bongaralabeedu
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PoP
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
1
80.424
44
16.301
94
Pattabhipuram
2389
Guntur
Urban
Pattabhipuram PS
Vidya Nagar, 1st line
Neelampati Lakshmi Ammavari
Temple, Vidya Nagar, 1st line
1
2390
Guntur
Urban
Old Guntur PS
Kollisarada
Market
towards,
Nandivelugu
Road
Kollisarada
Market
Nandivelugu Road
0
1
1
80.457
22
16.294
88
R.T.C., Guntur
2391
Guntur
Urban
Old Guntur PS
Near RTC Bus Stand
RTC Bustand NTR Circle
0
1
1
80.454
87
16.295
43
R.T.C., Guntur
2392
Guntur
Urban
Old Guntur PS
Near Chowtra Centre
Kodiguddu Satram
1
1
80.453
08
16.291
79
R.T.C., Guntur
2393
Guntur
Urban
Pattabhipuram PS
Sthambalagarru
Hanumayya
Gujjanaguntla
1
80.431
67
16.317
22
Koritepadu
2394
Guntur
Urban
Pattabhipuram PS
JKC College
JKC
College
towards
Swarnabharathi Nagar, Ponnekallu
and Minibyepass, Vijayawada
1
1
80.431
94
16.320
28
Koritepadu
2395
Guntur
Urban
Pattabhipuram PS
Pattabhipuram
Best Kids School Outside
1
1
80.426
94
16.326
19
Koritepadu
2396
Guntur
Urban
Arundalpet PS
Near Velangini Nagar
Opp.Hindu Pharmacy College(Near
Velangini Nagar) Centre , Middle of
the Road
0
1
1
80.437
59
16.319
22
Koritepadu
2397
Guntur
Urban
Arundalpet PS
Near Gandhi Statue
Koritapadu Junction
0
1
1
80.432
75
16.313
46
Koritepadu
Statue
towards,
Centre,
0
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Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
2398
Guntur
Urban
Old Guntur PS
Near Kanaga Durgamma
Temple, Ponnuru Road
Sangadigunta YSR Statue Centre,
Ponnuru Road
1
1
80.454
15
16.282
61
Sangadigunta
2399
Guntur
Urban
Nallapadu PS
Budampadu
Budampadu Junction
2
2
80.463
27
16.270
66
Sangadigunta
2400
Guntur
Urban
Nallapadu PS
Mini Bye Pass Junction
Mini Bye-Pass Chillies Restaurant
4
4
80.438
35
16.334
53
Gorantla
2401
Guntur
Urban
Nallapadu PS
New RTO office
RTO office, Centre
Junction)
2
2
80.439
18
16.336
72
Gorantla
2402
Guntur
Urban
Old Guntur PS
RTC Bus Stand
RTC Bus Stand IN and OUT
2
2
80.454
4
16.296
01
R R THOTA
2403
Guntur
Urban
Kothapet PS
Near- 3
Bridges,
Kanumuri Hospital
Sanakkayala Factory
0
1
80.447
98
16.302
56
R R THOTA
2404
Guntur
Urban
Kothapet PS
Near Kothapet PS
Bosubomma Centre
4
4
80.449
31
16.299
39
R R THOTA
2405
Guntur
Urban
Pattabhipuram PS
Vidya Nagar
Bommidala Guest main Road
0
1
80.421
39
16.318
61
Womens Polytechnic
College
2406
Guntur
Urban
Tadepalli PS
PW Work Shop
CM Road
1
1
80.602
46
16.499
65
RTC Complex
2407
Guntur
Urban
Tadepalli PS
Seetha Nagaram
Praksham Barrage Entrance
0
1
80.602
97
16.500
87
RTC Complex
2408
Guntur
Urban
Tadepalli PS
Seetha Nagaram
Middle of Praksham Barrage
1
1
80.604
65
16.506
04
RTC Complex
(3 Road
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al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
2409
Guntur
Urban
Tadepalli PS
Seetha Nagaram
Seeta Nagaram Ghat, 4th Pole
1
1
80.610
33
16.512
59
RTC Complex
2410
Guntur
Urban
Tadepalli PS
Seetha Nagaram
Boat Yard
2
2
80.604
17
16.489
49
RTC Complex
2411
Guntur
Urban
Tadepalli PS
Prathuru Cross Road
NH-5, Kunchanapalli High Way
2
2
80.614
49
16.476
85
Kunchanapalli
2412
Guntur
Urban
Tadepalli PS
Royal forms, Opposite
Model Dairy
Model Dairy, both service Roads
2
2
80.608
71
16.458
95
Kunchanapalli
2413
Guntur
Urban
Tadepalli PS
Undavalli
Undavalli Centre
2
2
80.601
42
16.491
09
Undavalli
2414
Guntur
Urban
Nagarampalem
PS
Opposite Collector office
Collectorate Junction
0
1
1
80.431
95
16.297
9
APCRDA
2415
Guntur
Urban
Arundalpet PS
Amedkar Statue
Lodge Centre
0
1
1
80.436
53
16.306
45
APCRDA
2416
Guntur
Urban
Arundalpet PS
Lakshimipuram
Kalamandhir Centre, Lakshmipuram
0
1
1
80.435
5
16.308
7
APCRDA
2417
Guntur
Urban
Nallapadu PS
Near
road
Inner Ring Road, YSR Statue
0
1
1
80.463
9
16.326
57
Reddypalem
2418
Guntur
Urban
Lalapet PS
Near
Complex
Himani Centre
0
1
1
80.448
01
16.293
11
Kothapeta
2419
Guntur
Urban
Lalapet PS
Near Chandana Brothers
RKT Centre (Radha Krishna Theatre
Centre)
2
2
80.448
94
16.293
42
Kothapeta
Agathavarappadu
Municipal
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PoP
Fix
ed
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Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
0
1
1
80.442
72
16.294
7
Kothapeta
1
0
1
78.460
28
14.366
11
VEMPALLI
2420
Guntur
Urban
Nagarampalem
PS
Municipal
Bangalow
2421
Kadapa
Chekrayapeta
Vempalli t
main road
2422
Kadapa
Vempalli
RTC BUS STAND,
Vempalli town
RTC bus stand, Vempalli town
1
1
2
78.458
61
14.370
56
VEMPALLI
2423
Kadapa
Vempalli
GANDHI
ROAD,Vempalli town
Gandhi road entrance ,Vempalli
town
1
0
1
78.457
78
14.367
22
VEMPALLI
2424
Kadapa
Vempalli
GANDI
ROAD,Vempalli town
on
Gandi
Anjaneya
arch,Vempalli town
1
0
1
78.455
28
14.363
61
VEMPALLI
2425
Kadapa
Vempalli
PULIVENDULA
ROAD,Vempalli town
at Kandula complex,Vempalli town
1
0
1
78.453
33
14.364
44
VEMPALLI
2426
Kadapa
Vempalli
KADAPA
ROAD,Vempalli town
near PS,Vempalli town
1
0
1
78.456
11
14.364
44
VEMPALLI
2427
Kadapa
Vempalli
SBI
town
SBI Bank , Vempalli town
1
0
1
78.456
11
14.364
17
VEMPALLI
2428
Kadapa
Vempalli
RAVI REDDY PETROL
BUNK,Vempalli town
Ravireddy reddy petrol
entrance, Vempalli town
1
0
1
78.454
72
14.359
44
VEMPALLI
2429
Kadapa
Vempalli
OLD
MARKET,
Vempalli town
old market entrance , Vempalli town
1
0
1
78.460
28
14.366
67
VEMPALLI
2430
Kadapa
Vempalli
HUNMAN
JUCTION,Vempalli
town
in front of Hanuman
Vempalli town
1
0
1
78.458
61
14.380
28
VEMPALLI
rayachoti
BANK,Vempalli
MTB Centre
Gandi Pancha
swammi temple
mukki
Anjaneya
swamy
bunk
junction,
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Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
2431
Kadapa
Vempalli
JUMMA
MAGJEED,Vempalli
town
at mosque entrance arch,Vempalli
town
1
0
1
78.461
67
14.367
78
VEMPALLI
2432
Kadapa
Vempalli
4
ROUD
JUNCTION,Vempalli
town
infront of arch,Vempalli town
3
1
4
78.458
89
14.366
39
VEMPALLI
2433
Kadapa
Vempalli
BALA
SETTY
STREET,Vempalli town
near iron shop ,Vempalli town
1
0
1
78.457
5
14.365
28
VEMPALLI
2434
Kadapa
Vempalli
PANCHAYATH
OFFICE,Vempalli town
in front of
,Vempalli town
1
0
1
78.461
39
14.368
89
VEMPALLI
2435
Kadapa
Vempalli
KAPU
STREET,Vempalli town
Kapu street entrance ,Vempalli town
1
0
1
78.461
67
14.371
11
VEMPALLI
2436
Kadapa
Vempalli
SC COLONY, Vempalli
town
near Babu house ,Vempalli town
1
0
1
78.461
67
14.371
67
VEMPALLI
2437
Kadapa
Vempalli
PYRAMID
NAGAR,Vempalli town
near
Choudeswari
temple,Vempalli town
1
0
1
78.454
44
14.367
5
VEMPALLI
2438
Kadapa
Vempalli
RMS
COLONY,Vempalli
town
RMS colony entrance, Vempalli
town
1
0
1
78.458
61
14.368
33
VEMPALLI
2439
Kadapa
Vempalli
BIDALA
MITTA,Vempalli town
near SK Mahammad ghouse house ,
Vempalli town
1
0
1
78.458
33
14.362
22
VEMPALLI
2440
Kadapa
Vempalli
SREERAM
NAGAR,
Vempalli town
near V Malli house ,Vempalli town
1
0
1
78.454
72
14.359
44
VEMPALLI
panchayat
office
devi
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ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
2441
Kadapa
Vempalli
CHAITHANYA
SCHOOL,Vempalli
town
School entrance ,Vempalli town
1
0
1
78.456
94
14.368
06
VEMPALLI
2442
Kadapa
Vempalli
SANTENNA
STREET,Vempalli town
Santenna street entrance,Vempalli
town
1
0
1
78.455
56
14.368
33
VEMPALLI
2443
Kadapa
Vempalli
USHAKIRN SCHOOL,
Vempalli town
Sbchool opposite side
,Vempalli town
1
0
1
78.454
17
14.368
33
VEMPALLI
2444
Kadapa
Vempalli
BANDLAUTHANNA
STREET, Vempalli town
street entrance ,Vempalli town
1
0
1
78.456
11
14.362
5
VEMPALLI
2445
Kadapa
L.R.Palli
L.R.Palli to Gangamma
Jathara Road
Infront of the Temple
0
1
1
78.727
3
14.178
06
CHITLOOR
2446
Kadapa
PRODDATUR
PRODDATURJ.MADUGU ROAD
NEAR YS RAJASEKHAR REDDY
STATUE
4
1
5
78.527
16
14.763
25
RAMESWARAM
2447
Kadapa
PRODDATUR
PUTTAPARTHY
CIRCLE
PUTTAPARTHY CIRCLE
3
3
78.553
1
14.749
02
RAMESWARAM
2448
Kadapa
PRODDATUR
RAJIV CIRCLE
RAJIV CIRCLE
3
3
78.554
15
14.752
62
RAMESWARAM
2449
Kadapa
PRODDATUR
VIJAYA
CIRCLE
VIJAYA KUMAR CIRCLE
3
3
78.549
57
14.755
51
RAMESWARAM
2450
Kadapa
PRODDATUR
UMESHCHANDRA
CIRCLE
UMESHCHANDRA CIRCLE
0
0
78.547
02
14.744
83
RAMESWARAM
2451
Kadapa
PRODDATUR
MAIN BAZAAR
KALAMANDIR JUNCTION
3
4
78.551
24
14.746
19
RAMESWARAM
KUMAR
on pole
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Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
2452
Kadapa
PRODDATUR
MAIN BAZAAR
GAVINI
3
3
78.550
45
14.743
18
RAMESWARAM
2453
Kadapa
PRODDATUR
KORRAPADU ROAD
OLD BUS STAND
1
2
78.554
81
14.753
44
RAMESWARAM
2454
Kadapa
PRODDATUR
YMR COLONY
ANJANEYA SWAMY TEMPLE
JUNCTION
4
4
78.551
06
14.758
07
RAMESWARAM
2455
Kadapa
PRODDATUR
LIGHTPALEM
CENTRE
LIGHTPALEM CENTRE
3
3
78.552
75
14.748
28
RAMESWARAM
2456
Kadapa
PRODDATUR
T.B. ROAD
PETROL BUNK
0
3
78.552
72
14.753
87
RAMESWARAM
2457
Kadapa
PRODDATUR
KORRAPADU ROAD
VIVEKANANDA
MARKET
4
4
78.556
05
14.754
72
RAMESWARAM
2458
Kadapa
PRODDATUR
GANDHI ROAD
GANDHI STATUE
1
4
78.549
05
14.754
22
RAMESWARAM
2459
Kadapa
PRODDATUR
GANDHI ROAD
VINAYAKA NAGAR
0
2
78.547
87
14.750
04
RAMESWARAM
2460
Kadapa
PRODDATUR
SIVALAYAM ROAD
VEGETABLE MARKET
3
4
78.553
22
14.749
74
RAMESWARAM
2461
Kadapa
PRODDATUR
RAMESHWARAM
ROAD
NEAR RAMESHWARA SWAMY
TEMPLE
4
4
78.536
06
14.744
97
RAMESWARAM
2462
Kadapa
Porumamilla
Mandal
Village area
Tekurupaeta forest Chekporst
1
1
78.992
4
15.011
1
Porumamilla
CLOTH
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ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
2463
Kadapa
Porumamilla
Mandal
Village area
Govt degree collage of Porumamilla
1
0
1
78.989
44
14.978
89
Porumamilla
2464
Kadapa
Porumamilla
town&Mandal
Porumamilla Town
Reddy Nagar
1
0
1
78.990
56
15.001
11
Porumamilla
2465
Kadapa
Porumamilla
town&Mandal
Porumamilla Town
Andgra bank
1
0
1
78.988
33
14.977
22
Porumamilla
2466
Kadapa
Kamalapuram PS
Kamalapuram town
X Roads, Kamalapuram
3
3
78.655
94
14.582
58
Kamalapuram
2467
Kadapa
Kamalapuram PS
Kamalapuram town
Cheppali road
2
2
78.654
94
14.582
71
Kamalapuram
2468
Kadapa
Kamalapuram PS
Kamalapuram town
Railway gate
0
2
78.669
26
14.591
93
Kamalapuram
2469
Kadapa
Kamalapuram PS
Kamalapuram town
SBI
1
2
78.669
6
14.595
51
Kamalapuram
Palannagaripalli Bus stop
1
1
78.753
25
15.650
2
2470
Kadapa
Ramapuram
Ramapuram
to
Rayachoty Main Road,
On NH-40 Kadapa to
Rayachoty
2471
Kadapa
Vemula
UCIL
OFFICERS
QUTARS,On
PVDLUCIL road
UCIL OFFICERS QUTARS
2
1
3
79.517
09
14.223
1
2472
Kadapa
Vemula
Bhumayyagari palli Arch
kdp-pvdl
Road,On
PVDL- KDP main road
Bhumayyagari palli Arch kdp-pvdl
Road
1
0
1
79.518
49
14.224
9
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M.CPalli
Triangle
PVDL-
Coordinates
Nearest APSFL
PoP
Fix
ed
PT
Z
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
1
0
1
79.517
49
14.223
3
1
1
78.598
78
14.948
42
Chagalamarri
2473
Kadapa
Vemula
K.K. Kotal
Velpula
junction,On
UCIL road
2474
Kadapa
Duvvur
Chagalamarri cross road,
Near Chagalamarri town
Chagalamarri cross
Chagalamarri town
2475
Kadapa
Chitvel
Chitvel
New RTC Bus stand
2
1
79.326
22
14.174
6
CHITVEL
2476
Kadapa
Chitvel
Chitvel
Near SBI ATM
1
1
79.329
17
14.172
29
CHITVEL
2477
Kadapa
Chitvel
Chitvel
Old Bus Stand
1
2
79.331
46
14.171
44
CHITVEL
2478
Kadapa
Chitvel
Chitvel
Rapur cross Road
4
1
79.339
94
14.167
99
CHITVEL
2479
Kadapa
B.Kodur Mandal
Near B.Kodur village
B. Kodur 4 roads circle
0
1
78.990
58
14.887
83
B.Kodur
2480
Kadapa
B. Mattam
Near TGP Dam park
Near TGP Dam park at Y junction
3
3
78.880
28
14.807
25
B.Mattam
2481
Kadapa
B. Mattam
Upon the TGP Dam
Upon the TGP Dam, Visulas of the
inside dam and other road sides.
4
4
78.873
36
14.807
33
B.Mattam
2482
Kadapa
B. Mattam
Guest house of TGP
Dam
Guest house of TGP Dam, and Y
junction of that place
2
2
78.889
81
14.803
31
B.Mattam
K.K. Kotal M.CPalli
Triangle junction
Velpula
road,
Near
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PoP
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
2
2
78.869
72
14.816
53
B.Mattam
3
3
78.887
67
14.820
83
B.Mattam
2
2
78.854
78
14.805
25
B.Mattam
2483
Kadapa
B. Mattam
Residential college
Residential college,
Mittamanupalli road
Mattam
to
2484
Kadapa
B. Mattam
Poleramma temple
Poleramma temple,
Badvel road
Mattam
to
2485
Kadapa
B. Mattam
Eswaridevi Gruha
Eswaridevi Gruha
Mittamanupalli road
Mattam
to
2486
Kadapa
Badvel
Badvel-Sidhout Road
Badvel town CSI church
2
2
79.059
64
14.734
22
Badvel
2487
Kadapa
Badvel
Badvel-Sidhout Road
Market yard
2
2
79.059
64
14.725
83
Badvel
2488
Kadapa
Badvel
Main Bazar
2
2
79.062
56
14.744
53
Badvel
2
79.062
44
14.747
14
Badvel
1
78.493
61
14.285
86
C.K.Peta
1
1
78.496
63
14.265
13
C.K.Peta
PML
road
Gandhi
status
circle
2489
Kadapa
Badvel
Old Market centre
PML road Masid
2
2490
Kadapa
Chekrayapeta
Vempalli t
main road
B.C.Colony
1
2491
Kadapa
Chakrayapeta
Chakrayapeta Mandal
Chakrayapeta Town,
Rayachoty road
2492
Kadapa
Chakrayapeta
Chakrayapeta Mandal
Chilekampalli cross raod, VempalliRayachoty road
1
1
78.509
61
14.252
49
C.K.Peta
2493
Kadapa
Chinnamandem
Old petrol bunk
Old petrol bunk, Devagudipalli,
1
1
78.687
88
13.948
14
Chinnamandyam
rayachoti
Vempalli-
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Bus-stand,
on
Nearest APSFL
PoP
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
1
1
78.684
2
13.941
45
Chinnamandyam
1
1
78.682
04
13.941
9
Chinnamandyam
2494
Kadapa
Chinnamandem
Chinnamandem
stand
2495
Kadapa
Chinnamandem
SLV.theatre junction
SLV.theatre
Chinnamandemvillagel
2496
Kadapa
Chinnamandem
Z.P.High School cross
road
Z.P.High School cross road and
Girls Hostel, Chinnamandem
1
1
78.679
37
13.942
24
Chinnamandyam
2497
Kadapa
Chinnamandem
Peerlamakan circle
Peerlamakan circle, Chinnamandem
main bazaar
1
1
78.678
8
13.942
08
Chinnamandyam
2498
Kadapa
Chinnamandem
Model school cross and
nearby Urdu School
Model school cross and nearby Urdu
School, Chinnamandem village
1
1
78.675
81
13.939
76
Chinnamandyam
2499
Kadapa
Chinnamandem
In
front
Chinnamandem P.S
In front of Chinnamandem P.S on
NH.340 road
1
1
78.683
13
13.937
51
Chinnamandyam
2500
Kadapa
Chinnamandem
Devapatla cross road
Devapatla cross road, on NH.340
road
1
1
78.681
38
13.934
54
Chinnamandyam
2501
Kadapa
Duvvur
Near SBI, Duvvur
Near SBI, Duvvur
1
1
78.653
47
14.843
25
Duvvur
2502
Kadapa
Duvvur
Masjid, Duvvur
Masjid, Duvvur
1
1
78.653
81
14.841
39
Duvvur
2503
Kadapa
Duvvur
Bus stand, Proddatur
road, Duvvur
Bus stand, Proddatur road, Duvvur
1
1
78.653
89
14.840
03
Duvvur
of
Chinnamandem
NH.340 road
PT
Z
Coordinates
junction,
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Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
2504
Kadapa
Duvvur
Near Highway dhabha,
ON NH-40
Near Highway dhabha, ON NH-40
1
1
78.667
69
14.830
31
Duvvur
2505
Kadapa
Duvvur
Near
Anjaneyaswamy
temple, On NH-40
Near Anjaneyaswamy temple, On
NH-40
1
1
78.651
97
14.850
78
Duvvur
2506
Kadapa
Jammalamadugu
Old bus stand
Old bus stand
1
1
78.382
54
14.844
66
Jammalamadugu
2507
Kadapa
Jammalamadugu
Towards Proddatur side
Towards Proddatur side
1
1
78.382
7
14.844
37
Jammalamadugu
2508
Kadapa
Jammalamadugu
Old buss stand towards
Market side
Old buss stand towards Market side
1
1
78.382
26
14.844
91
Jammalamadugu
2509
Kadapa
Jammalamadugu
At SBI Main branch
At SBI Main branch
0
1
1
78.383
35
14.847
12
Jammalamadugu
2510
Kadapa
Jammalamadugu
At Sanjamala Motu
At Sanjamala Motu
0
1
1
78.384
51
14.848
72
Jammalamadugu
2511
Kadapa
Jammalamadugu
At KKL Cross road
At KKL Cross road
0
1
1
78.384
88
14.857
66
Jammalamadugu
2512
Kadapa
Jammalamadugu
At Jinna motu (Main
bazaar) (2)
At Jinna motu (Main bazaar) (2)
1
1
78.379
41
14.845
89
Jammalamadugu
2513
Kadapa
Jammalamadugu
At Palgadi centre
At Palgadi centre
0
1
78.382
24
14.848
76
Jammalamadugu
2514
Kadapa
Muddanuru
Old bus stand, Muddanur
village & Mandal
Old bus stand, Muddanur village &
Mandal
1
1
78.382
2
14.844
1
Jammalamadugu
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Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
2515
Kadapa
Kalasapadu
kalasapadu
Town/mandal
At St. Peter and St. Paul old church
main gate
0
1
1
78.939
17
15.113
33
Kalasapadu
2516
Kadapa
Kalasapadu
kalasapadu
Town/mandal
At St. Peter and St. Paul old church
entrance
0
1
1
78.939
17
15.113
33
Kalasapadu
2517
Kadapa
Kalasapadu
kalasapadu
Town/mandal
At RTC bus stand
0
1
1
78.943
89
15.105
Kalasapadu
2518
Kadapa
Kalasapadu
kalasapadu
Town/mandal
At three roads junction
0
1
1
78.943
61
15.103
89
Kalasapadu
Khajipet
Khajipet to Mydukur
Highway approach road,
Near
Buddayapalli
village,
Khajipet to Mydukur Highway
approach road, Near Buddayapalli
village,
2
2
78.760
83
14.667
78
KHAJIPET
Khajipet to Kadapa Highway
approach road, Near Pathuru HP
Petrol Bunk
2
2
78.776
94
14.641
67
KHAJIPET
2
2
78.770
28
14.649
72
KHAJIPET
2519
Kadapa
2520
Kadapa
Khajipet
Khajipet to Kadapa
Highway approach road,
Near Pathuru HP Petrol
Bunk
2521
Kadapa
Khajipet
Maszid, Ammavarisala
street, Khajipet town
Maszid,
Ammavarisala
Khajipet town
2522
Kadapa
Khajipet
BC Colony 4 road
junction, Khajipet town
BC Colony 4 road junction, Khajipet
town
3
3
78.768
33
14.648
06
KHAJIPET
2523
Kadapa
Khajipet
Ambedkar Circle
Ambedkar Circle
2
2
78.776
67
14.651
39
KHAJIPET
2524
Kadapa
Khajipet
Khajipet ΓÇô Badvel,
Highway approach road,
Khajipet ΓÇô
approach road,
2
3
78.777
22
14.655
56
KHAJIPET
Badvel,
street,
Highway
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PT
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Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
2525
Kadapa
Atlur Mandal
Badvel-Sidhout Road
Atlur cross road SH 4801
2
2
79.030
97
14.557
53
Kondur
2526
Kadapa
Atlur Mandal
Badvel-Sidhout Road
Reddypalli village cross
2
2
79.037
19
14.573
75
Kondur
2
2
79.043
14
14.598
28
Kondur
1
78.701
55
14.184
89
L.R.Palli
1
78.696
86
14.185
44
L.R.Palli
1
78.699
83
14.185
51
L.R.Palli
S.venkatapuram
2527
Kadapa
Atlur Mandal
Badvel-Sidhout Road
kumbhagiri
cross
village
road
SH
48012
2528
Kadapa
L.R.Palli
L.R.Palli to Ramapuram
Road
Near MRO Office
0
2529
Kadapa
L.R.Palli
Rayachoty to Vempalli
Main Road
Three road junction
0
2530
Kadapa
L.R.Palli
L.R.Palli to Ramapuram
Road
Blind curve infront of L.R.Palli PS
1
2531
Kadapa
Lingala PS
Lingala Bus stand
Lingala Bus stand
1
0
1
78.117
42
14.498
94
Lingala
2532
Kadapa
Lingala PS
Peddakudala Village
Peddamma Temple
1
0
1
78.161
83
14.486
44
Lingala
2533
Kadapa
Lingala PS
Lingala Village
APG Bank
1
0
1
78.117
33
14.498
72
Lingala
2534
Kadapa
Lingala PS
Lingala Village
Post Office
0
0
1
78.115
5
14.497
83
Lingala
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al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
2535
Kadapa
Lingala PS
Lingala Village
Junior College
1
0
1
78.120
47
14.495
08
Lingala
2536
Kadapa
Lingala PS
Lingala Village
ZPH School
1
0
1
78.115
31
14.498
61
Lingala
2537
Kadapa
Mydukur
Nandyala side Byepass
road, (NH-40)
At the joining to kadapa ΓÇô
Kurnool byepass road from Mydukur
town.
2
2
78.723
78
14.738
96
Mydukur
2538
Kadapa
Mydukur
Mydukur ΓÇô Proddaturl
main road (NH-67)
Near Bridge (NH-40)
2
2
78.722
45
14.727
34
Mydukur
2539
Kadapa
Mydukur
Kadapa road, Mydukur
town
Pedda Masque.
3
3
78.732
83
14.721
8
Mydukur
2540
Kadapa
Mydukur
Kadapa road, Mydukur
town
Saibaba Cloth Market
1
1
78.732
64
14.725
46
Mydukur
2541
Kadapa
Mydukur
Badvel
town
Saibaba Cloth Market
1
1
78.732
99
14.725
81
Mydukur
2542
Kadapa
Mydukur
Nandyal road, Mydukur
town
Sandy Market
3
3
78.726
7
14.732
73
Mydukur
2543
Kadapa
Mydukur
Kadapa road, Mydukur
town
New Sai Baba Temple
2
2
78.734
22
14.716
25
Mydukur
2544
Kadapa
Rajampet
Rajampet
Near Saibaba Temple,Gundlur
1
1
79.115
1
14.255
43
Nandalur
2545
Kadapa
Nandalur PS
Kadapa to
Main Road
Nandalur Y Junction
2
2
79.112
05
14.269
31
Nandalur
road, Mydukur
Rajampet
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ed
PT
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Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
2546
Kadapa
Nandalur PS
Nadalur to Rly Station
Road
Infront of Nandalur Police Station
2
2
79.110
78
14.269
57
Nandalur
2547
Kadapa
Nandalur PS
Kadapa to
Main Road
Rajampet
Bridge
0
2
79.112
3
14.262
97
Nandalur
2548
Kadapa
Pulivendula
COURT
Junction
CIRCLE
COURT CIRCLE
0
1
1
78.231
83
14.428
44
PULIVENDULA
2549
Kadapa
Pulivendula
Muddanur Road
JUBLI BUS STOP
0
1
1
78.227
8
14.424
16
PULIVENDULA
2550
Kadapa
Pulivendula
RTC BUS STAND
Circle Junction
RTC BUS STAND Circle
0
1
1
78.225
52
14.415
2
PULIVENDULA
2551
Kadapa
Pulivendula
RAMANAPPA
SATRAM SCHOOL
RAMANAPPASATRAMSCHOOL
Main Gate
1
1
78.23
14.428
33
PULIVENDULA
2552
Kadapa
Pulivendula
AUTO NAGAR
LOYOLA COLLEGE Main Gate
1
1
78.230
22
14.416
82
PULIVENDULA
2553
Kadapa
Pulivendula
LOYOLA
POLYTECHNIC
COLLEGE
LOYOLA
COLLEGE
1
1
78.233
18
14.414
45
PULIVENDULA
2554
Kadapa
Pulivendula
Guntha Bazaar
VANKABADI
1
1
78.227
58
14.420
67
PULIVENDULA
2555
Kadapa
Pulivendula
Kadapa
-Pulivendula
main Road
BAKRAPURAM CROSS
1
1
78.226
68
14.412
71
PULIVENDULA
2556
Kadapa
Pulivendula
Kadiri Cross Road
NEAR PETROL BUNK
1
1
78.227
45
14.411
82
PULIVENDULA
POLYTECHNIC
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Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
2557
Kadapa
Pulivendula
Jandamanu Street
VEERABHADRASWAMY
TEMPLE
1
1
78.233
61
14.421
38
PULIVENDULA
2558
Kadapa
Pulivendula
Maruthi hall Street
MARUTHIHALL
1
1
78.223
63
14.421
08
PULIVENDULA
2559
Kadapa
Pulivendula
Old By pass road
SBI COLONY ATM
1
1
78.222
97
14.418
82
PULIVENDULA
2560
Kadapa
Pulivendula
Old By pass road
BYPASS MAIN
MASJID
1
1
78.222
95
14.418
4
PULIVENDULA
2561
Kadapa
Pulivendula
Old By pass road
PUALREDDY FUNCTIONHALL
1
1
78.220
65
14.414
62
PULIVENDULA
2562
Kadapa
Pulivendula
PARNAPALLI Road
PARNAPALLI
MARKET
1
1
78.220
97
14.423
31
PULIVENDULA
2563
Kadapa
Pulivendula
KADAPA RING ROAD
Circle
KADAPARINGROAD
KADAPA SIDE
1
1
78.237
97
14.400
07
PULIVENDULA
2564
Kadapa
Pulivendula
KADAPA RING ROAD
Circle
KADAPARINGROAD TO TOWN
SIDE
1
1
78.237
97
14.400
07
PULIVENDULA
2565
Kadapa
Pulivendula
KADAPA RING ROAD
Circle
KADAPARINGROAD TO KADIRI
RING ROAD SIDE
1
1
78.237
97
14.400
07
PULIVENDULA
2566
Kadapa
Pulivendula
KADAPA RING ROAD
Circle
KADAPARINGROAD
MUDDANOOR SIDE
1
1
78.237
97
14.400
07
PULIVENDULA
2567
Kadapa
Pulivendula
KADIRI RING ROAD
Circle
KADIRI RINGROAD TO TOWN
SIDE
1
1
78.224
04
14.403
19
PULIVENDULA
ROAD
NEAR
SANTHA
TO
TO
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Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
2568
Kadapa
Pulivendula
KADIRI RING ROAD
Circle
KADIRI RINGROAD TO KADIRI
SIDE
1
1
78.224
04
14.403
19
PULIVENDULA
2569
Kadapa
Pulivendula
KADIRI RING ROAD
Circle
KADIRI
RINGROAD
KADAPA RINGROAD SIDE
TO
1
1
78.224
04
14.403
19
PULIVENDULA
2570
Kadapa
Pulivendula
KADIRI RING ROAD
Circle
KADIRI
RINGROAD
NLRPALLI SIDE
TO
1
1
78.224
04
14.403
19
PULIVENDULA
2571
Kadapa
Pulivendula
Parnapalli
Circle
Ring
Road
LINGALA RINGROAD TO TOWN
SIDE
1
1
78.215
07
14.426
8
PULIVENDULA
2572
Kadapa
Pulivendula
Parnapalli
Circle
Ring
Road
LINGALA
RINGROAD
LINGALA SIDE
TO
1
1
78.215
07
14.426
8
PULIVENDULA
2573
Kadapa
Pulivendula
Parnapalli
Circle
Ring
Road
LINGALA
RINGROAD
MUDDANOOR SIDE
TO
1
1
78.215
07
14.426
8
PULIVENDULA
2574
Kadapa
Pulivendula
Parnapalli
Circle
Ring
Road
LINGALA RINGROAD TO NLR
PALLI SIDE
1
1
78.215
07
14.426
8
PULIVENDULA
2575
Kadapa
Pulivendula
Nallapureddy palli Ring
Road Circle
NALLAPUREDDYPALLI
TOWN SIDE
TO
1
1
78.211
1
14.410
88
PULIVENDULA
2576
Kadapa
Pulivendula
Nallapureddy palli Ring
Road Circle
NALLAPUREDDYPALLI
KADIRI SIDE
TO
1
1
78.211
1
14.410
88
PULIVENDULA
2577
Kadapa
Pulivendula
Nallapureddy palli Ring
Road Circle
NALLAPUREDDYPALLI
NLRPALLI SIDE
TO
1
1
78.211
1
14.410
88
PULIVENDULA
2578
Kadapa
Pulivendula
Nallapureddy palli Ring
Road Circle
NALLAPUREDDYPALLI
LINGALA SIDE
TO
1
1
78.211
1
14.410
88
PULIVENDULA
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al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
2579
Kadapa
Pulivendula
INFRONT OF GOVT
HOSPITAL
INFRONT OF GOVT HOSPITAL
1
1
78.231
16
14.424
78
PULIVENDULA
2580
Kadapa
Pulivendula
OLD GANGIREDDY
HOSPITAL
OLD GANGIREDDY HOSPITAL
1
1
78.229
45
14.423
06
PULIVENDULA
2581
Kadapa
Pulivendula
CONGRESS
OFFICE
CONGRESS PARTY OFFICE
1
1
78.230
26
14.423
76
PULIVENDULA
2582
Kadapa
Pulivendula
FLOWER
Circle
MARKET
FLOWER MARKET TOWARDS
TO STATION
1
1
78.226
79
14.422
85
PULIVENDULA
2583
Kadapa
Pulivendula
FLOWER
Circle
MARKET
FLOWER MARKET TOWARDS
TO BUSSTAND
1
1
78.226
79
14.422
85
PULIVENDULA
2584
Kadapa
Pulivendula
FLOWER
Circle
MARKET
FLOWER MARKET TOWARDS
TO PARNAPAALI
1
1
78.226
79
14.422
85
PULIVENDULA
2585
Kadapa
Pulivendula
FLOWER
Circle
MARKET
FLOWER MARKET TOWARDS
TO JUBLI BSSTOP
1
1
78.226
79
14.422
85
PULIVENDULA
2586
Kadapa
Pulivendula
AMMAVARISALA
STREET to Alavalapadu
Road
AMMAVARISALA STREET
2
1
78.227
3
14.422
06
PULIVENDULA
2587
Kadapa
Pulivendula
Alavalapadu Road
AMMAVARISALA
STREET
AMMAVARISALA STREET
2
1
78.229
71
14.422
1
PULIVENDULA
2588
Kadapa
Pulivendula
SBI BANK
Infront of SBI BANK
1
1
78.226
66
14.420
77
PULIVENDULA
PARTY
to
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Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
2589
Kadapa
Pulivendula
SYNDICATE BANK
Infront of SYNDICATE BANK
1
1
78.224
21
14.422
6
PULIVENDULA
2590
Kadapa
Pulivendula
RISHI SCHOOL
Infront of RISHI SCHOOL
1
1
78.220
07
14.423
93
PULIVENDULA
2591
Kadapa
Pulivendula
SARASWATHIVIDYA
MANDIR
Infront
of
SARASWATHIVIDYAMANDIR
1
1
78.219
14.424
43
PULIVENDULA
2592
Kadapa
Pulivendula
MARUTHIHALL
AT
RATHNAM DIGITALS
Infront of RATHNAM DIGITALS
1
1
78.223
76
14.421
29
PULIVENDULA
2593
Kadapa
Pulivendula
MARUTHIHALL
CHOWDAMMA
TEMPLE
Infront of
TEMPLE
CHOWDAMMA
1
1
78.221
17
14.420
19
PULIVENDULA
2594
Kadapa
Pulivendula
RANGANATHA
SWAMI STREET
Infront of
SWAMI
RANGANATHA
1
1
78.211
66
14.415
54
PULIVENDULA
2595
Kadapa
Pulivendula
DHARANI
PLANT
Infront of
PLANT
1
1
78.226
32
14.419
69
PULIVENDULA
Kadapa
Pulivendula
BUSSTAND
AMBAKAPALLI
ROAD
TO
2596
BUSSTAND TO AMBAKAPALLI
ROAD
1
1
78.225
18
14.415
14
PULIVENDULA
2597
Kadapa
Pulivendula
BUSSTAND
KADAPA ROAD
TO
BUSSTAND TO KADAPA ROAD
1
1
78.225
18
14.415
14
PULIVENDULA
2598
Kadapa
Pulivendula
BUSSTAND TO TOWN
BUSSTAND TO TOWN
1
1
78.225
18
14.415
14
PULIVENDULA
AT
WATER
DHARANI WATER
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Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
2599
Kadapa
Pulivendula
PRASANTHINAGAR
NEAR TULASAMMA
HOSPITAL
PRASANTHINAGAR
NEAR
TULASAMMA HOSPITAL
1
1
78.224
02
14.417
34
PULIVENDULA
2600
Kadapa
Pulivendula
NEAR
SUJATHA
HALL SRROUNDINGS
NEAR
SUJATHA
SRROUNDINGS
1
1
78.223
53
14.416
89
PULIVENDULA
2601
Kadapa
Pulivendula
SUJATHAHALL BACK
SIDE STREET
SUJATHAHALL
STREET
1
1
78.223
53
14.416
89
PULIVENDULA
2602
Kadapa
Pulivendula
SBI
MARKET
SBI COLONY MARKET
1
1
78.223
14
14.419
53
PULIVENDULA
2603
Kadapa
Pulivendula
SBI COLONY WATER
PLANT
SBI COLONY WATER PLANT
1
1
78.223
14
14.419
53
PULIVENDULA
2604
Kadapa
Pulivendula
NAGALAKATTA
NAGALAKATTA
1
1
78.216
59
14.419
98
PULIVENDULA
2605
Kadapa
Pulivendula
MANOHARREDDY
COLONY
MANOHARREDDY COLONY
1
1
78.221
08
14.415
02
PULIVENDULA
2606
Kadapa
Pulivendula
NEAR HDFC BANK
Infront of HDFC BANK
1
1
78.222
05
14.414
43
PULIVENDULA
2607
Kadapa
Pulivendula
GOPIVIHAR STREET
GOPIVIHAR STREET
1
1
78.226
25
14.423
47
PULIVENDULA
2608
Kadapa
Pulivendula
FISH MARKET
FISH MARKET Junction
1
1
78.224
17
14.421
23
PULIVENDULA
2609
Kadapa
Pulivendula
SRIRAMAHALL
ROAD
STRARTING
POINT
SRIRAMAHALL
STRARTING POINT
1
1
78.224
11
14.419
5
PULIVENDULA
COLONY
BACK
HALL
SIDE
ROAD
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Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
2610
Kadapa
Pulivendula
GIRLS COOLEGE
Infront of GIRLS COOLEGE
1
1
78.224
36
14.418
92
PULIVENDULA
2611
Kadapa
Pulivendula
MITTAMALLESWARS
WAMY TEMPLE
Infront
of
MITTAMALLESWARSWAMY
TEMPLE
1
1
78.228
16
14.419
73
PULIVENDULA
2612
Kadapa
Pulivendula
SAPTHAGIRI LODGE
Infront of SAPTHAGIRI LODGE
1
1
78.226
07
14.419
07
PULIVENDULA
2613
Kadapa
Rajampet
Rajampet
Yarraballi Cross at Byapass Road
1
3
79.162
02
14.191
42
Rajampet
2614
Kadapa
Ramapuram
Ramapuram
to
Guvvalacheruvu Road,
On NH-40 Mian road
YSR Circle, Ramapuram town
1
1
78.750
47
14.215
15
Ramapuram
2615
Kadapa
Ramapuram
Ramapuram
to
Guvvalacheruvu Road,
On NH-40 Mian road
Opposite SBI Bank, Old Ramapuram
1
1
78.749
9
14.219
81
Ramapuram
Near Ganganeru Cross Road
1
1
78.754
14.194
48
Ramapuram
Infront of Sambepalli police station
on NH.40 road
1
1
78.752
89
13.954
94
Sambepalli
2616
Kadapa
Ramapuram
Ramapuram
to
Rayachoty Main Road,
On NH-40 Kadapa to
Rayachoty
2617
Kadapa
Sambepalli PS
Infront of Sambepalli
police station
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Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
2618
Kadapa
Sambepalli PS
Sambepalli
village,
Adavikampalli cross
Sambepalli village, Adavikampalli
cross, On N.H.40 road.
1
1
78.919
19
13.958
94
T.Sundupalli
2619
Kadapa
Tsundupalli
Rachamollapalli village
Rachamollapalli
village,
Rayachoty-Tsundupalli road
1
1
78.894
42
13.999
06
T.Sundupalli
2620
Kadapa
Tsundupalli
Tsundupalli Bus-stop
Tsundupalli Bus-stop
1
1
78.915
61
13.981
19
T.Sundupalli
2621
Kadapa
Tsundupalli
SBI. T. Sundupalli Town
SBI.
T.
Sundupalli
Town,
Tsundupalli- Rayavaram road
1
1
78.918
44
13.981
69
T.Sundupalli
2622
Kadapa
Tsundupalli
Peddamadigapalli village
Peddamadigapalli
village,
Tsundupalli --Guntarachapalli
1
1
78.916
31
13.997
86
T.Sundupalli
2623
Kadapa
Tsundupalli
BirvaguttaChekpos
BirvaguttaChekpost
1
1
78.927
67
13.984
17
T.Sundupalli
2624
Kadapa
Tsundupalli
Agraharam village
Agraharam village, Tsundupalli
ΓÇôThimmasamudram road,
1
1
78.912
39
13.976
58
T.Sundupalli
2625
Kadapa
Tsundupalli
Thimmasamudram
village
Thimmasamudram
village,
TsundupalliΓÇöThimmasamudramar
oad,
1
1
78.913
42
13.965
T.Sundupalli
On
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al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
2626
Kadapa
Vallur PS
Ganeshpuram Bustop
Main road State high way
3
3
78.720
71
14.562
63
Vallur
2627
Kadapa
Veeraballi PS
Gadikota bus stop
Gadikota bus stop, Veeraballi Town
1
1
78.851
17
14.167
97
Veeraballi
2628
Kadapa
Veeraballi PS
Gadikota check post near
Thurpupalli
Gadikota
check
post
near
Thurpupalli, H/o Veeraballi Village
1
1
78.871
06
14.153
11
Veeraballi
2629
Kadapa
Veeraballi PS
Near Bandlavanka
Near
Bandlavanka
Near
Pullaguragandi H/o Veeraballi
1
1
78.876
28
14.178
78
Veeraballi
2630
Kadapa
Veeraballi PS
Bandamanikanam
Bandamanikanam,
Village
1
1
78.860
31
14.182
44
Veeraballi
2631
Kadapa
Pendlimarry PS
Main road
Bus stop
0
2
78.639
86
14.444
19
Yellaturu
2632
Kadapa
Yerraguntla PS
RTC bus-stand,
RTC bus-stand, Yerraguntla
3
3
78.541
06
14.637
03
Yerraguntla Town
2633
Kadapa
Yerraguntla PS
4 roads junction
4 roads junction
2
1
5
78.540
78
14.637
33
Yerraguntla Town
2634
Kadapa
Vontimitta PS
Kadapa to
Main Road
Rajampet
Vontimitta Y Juction
3
0
3
79.025
68
14.393
94
SALABAD
2635
Kadapa
Vontimitta PS
Kadapa to
Main Road
Rajampet
Infront of Vontimitta Police Station
2
2
79.023
17
14.394
33
SALABAD
2636
Kadapa
Vontimitta PS
Kadapa to
Main Road
Rajampet
Kothamadhavaram Village
2
2
79.009
37
14.402
48
SALABAD
Vangimalla
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Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
2637
Kadapa
Vontimitta PS
Vontimitta to Darjipalli
Road
Ammavarisala Junction
2
2
79.025
96
14.395
95
SALABAD
2638
Kadapa
Chennur PS
Middle of old bus stand
Old town Chennur
4
4
78.802
57
14.564
57
CHENNUR
2639
Kadapa
Chennur PS
Three roads junction
Kotha Road
3
3
78.792
44
14.565
52
CHENNUR
2640
Kadapa
Sidhout PS
Bhakarapet
Road
Sidhout Y Junctons and police
station Road
2
2
78.961
72
14.468
31
Siddavatam
2641
Kadapa
Muddanuru
Four roads junction, on
Kadapa-Tadipatri main
road (NH-67)
Four roads junction, on KadapaTadipatri main road (NH-67)
1
1
78.392
8
14.689
7
Muddanur
2642
Kadapa
Pullampet
YSR Strsch
no cc cameras
0
0
79.206
68
14.121
97
DALUVAYAPALL
2643
Kadapa
Gopavaram
Mandal
Badvel-Nellore Road
PP Kunta cross road NH 40
2
2
79.155
97
14.706
94
Peddapolukunta
2644
Kadapa
Gopavaram
Mandal
P.P
KuntaBramhanapalle Road
S.Ramapuram village
2
2
79.156
92
14.646
03
Peddapolukunta
2645
Kadapa
Vemula
7th
Day
Adventist
school on PVDL- KDP
main road
7th Day Adventist school on PVDLKDP main road
1
0
1
78.223
7
14.223
4
Vemula
Mopuribairavaswami
temple,On
PVDLNarepalli
road,On
PVDL- Narepalli road
Mopuribairavaswami temple
1
0
1
78.222
5
14.291
1
2646
Kadapa
to
Badvel
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Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
0
1
78.222
3
14.290
8
Nearest APSFL
PoP
2647
Kadapa
Vemula
Narepalli Village
Narepalli Village
1
2648
Kadapa
Penagalur PS
Indlur bustand
Indlur circle
1
1
79.283
22
14.295
33
Penagalur
2649
Kadapa
Obulavaripalli
Reddipalli
Reddipalli Ghot raod
1
1
79.245
55
14.083
57
CHINNA
ORAMPADU
2650
Kadapa
Ramapuram
Guvvalacheruvu Road
Bus stand
1
1
78.751
96
14.293
46
GUVVALACHERU
VU
2651
Kadapa
Ramapuram
Guvvalacheruvu Ghatt
Near Sivalayam Temple
1
1
78.763
38
14.309
18
GUVVALACHERU
VU
2652
Kadapa
C.K. Dinne PS
Kadapa Ring road
Sakshi YSR circle, on Pulivendula
road, C.K.Dinne Mandal.
4
4
78.783
33
14.481
94
KRISHNA PURAM
2653
Kadapa
C.K. Dinne PS
NH-40,
Chittoor road
Utukuru
Railway
Raychoty-Kadapa road,
2
2
78.783
39
14.462
5
KRISHNA PURAM
2654
Kadapa
C.K. Dinne PS
Pulivendula-Kadapa
Road
KSRM College area
2
2
78.765
83
14.479
44
KRISHNA PURAM
2655
Kadapa
Rajampet
Rajampet
SBI Main Branch
0
1
3
79.157
7
14.198
97
MANNURU
2656
Kadapa
Rajampet
Rajampet
Usman Nagar Main Road
3
0
3
79.157
14.203
55
MANNURU
2657
Kadapa
Rajampet
Rajampet
Edigapalem Entrance
3
0
3
79.150
6
14.208
21
MANNURU
Kadapa-
gate,
on
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2658
Kadapa
Rajampet
Rajampet
Balijapalli Cross Road, Mannur
1
1
79.149
02
14.204
04
MANNURU
2659
Kadapa
Rajampet
Rajampet
Munakkayalapalli Cross Road
1
1
79.146
93
14.205
32
MANNURU
2660
Kadapa
Rajampet
Rajampet
Sai baba Temple , Sai Nagar
1
1
79.153
13
14.200
37
MANNURU
2661
Kadapa
Rajampet
Rajampet
Near Anjaneyaswamy Temple, Poli
1
1
79.170
33
14.205
52
MANNURU
2662
Kadapa
Mydukur
Kadapa side
road, (NH-40)
At the joining to kadapa ΓÇô
Kurnool byepass road from Mydukur
town.
2
2
78.740
93
14.703
77
MUTTALURUROA
D
2663
Kadapa
Lingala PS
Near
village
Mudigubba cross road
1
0
1
78.099
28
14.420
19
AMBAKAPALLI
2664
Kadapa
Lingala PS
Ambakapalli Village
Aula Swamy Temple,
1
0
1
78.121
78
14.414
75
AMBAKAPALLI
2665
Kadapa
Chinnamandem
Devalampet Check post
Devalampet Check post on NH.340
road
1
1
78.656
66
13.900
34
BONUMALLA
2666
Kadapa
Chinnamandem
Bonamala
Bonamala village.
1
1
78.693
42
13.896
BONUMALLA
2667
Kadapa
Chinnamandem
Tsakibanda village
Tsakibanda village
1
1
78.649
74
13.994
55
DIGUVA
GOTTIVEEDU
2668
Kadapa
Chinnamandem
Ramapuram cross road
Ramapuram
cross
road,
GaliveeduΓÇöRayachoty main road.
1
1
78.610
11
14.008
61
DIGUVA
GOTTIVEEDU
Byepass
Ambakapalli
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PoP
2669
Kadapa
Lingala PS
On PVDL ΓÇô Lingala
main road
Chinnkudala cross road
1
0
1
78.160
94
14.462
36
GUNAGANAPALLI
2670
Kadapa
Lingala PS
Near Ippatla Village on
PVDL-ATP main road
Gurukula Pathasala
1
0
1
78.171
36
14.453
06
GUNAGANAPALLI
2671
Kadapa
Lingala PS
Gunakanapalli Village
Ramula Swamy Temple
1
0
1
78.115
39
14.451
83
GUNAGANAPALLI
2672
Kadapa
L.R.Palli
Rayachoty to Vempalli
Main Road
Marrimanu Cross Road
0
1
1
78.707
5
14.167
84
MADDIREVULA
2673
Kadapa
Jammalamadugu
At APSRTC Bus stand
At APSRTC Bus stand
0
1
1
78.386
45
14.841
19
MUNICIPAL
JMD
SBI
2674
Kadapa
Jammalamadugu
At Kanneluru
roads
cross
At Kanneluru cross roads
1
1
78.388
79
14.839
28
MUNICIPAL
JMD
SBI
2675
Kadapa
Jammalamadugu
At Municipal
cross
Office
At Municipal Office cross
1
1
78.393
03
14.835
96
MUNICIPAL
JMD
SBI
2676
Kadapa
Jammalamadugu
At RDO Office
At RDO Office
1
1
78.381
79
14.843
14
MUNICIPAL
JMD
SBI
2677
Kadapa
Galiveedu
Galiveedu - Kadiri Main
Road
Galiveedu Project entry Point
1
0
1
78.810
44
14.058
51
RAJULA COLONY
2678
Kadapa
Galiveedu
Galiveedu - Kadiri Main
Road
Veligallu Project view Point
0
1
1
78.802
84
14.053
24
RAJULA COLONY
2679
Kadapa
Galiveedu
Galiveedu - Kadiri Main
Road
Veligallu Project Suicide Point
1
0
1
78.801
92
14.055
01
RAJULA COLONY
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ude
Latitu
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Nearest APSFL
PoP
2680
Kadapa
Veeraballi
Odiveedu
Odiveedu,
Yerramrajugaripalli,
Rayachoty-Rajampeta road
1
1
78.813
64
14.066
03
RAJULA COLONY
2681
Kadapa
Rayachoty
Rayachoty
Rajampeta Ring road
4
4
78.771
67
14.059
17
RAJULA COLONY
2682
Kadapa
Rayachoty
Rayachoty
Near RTC depot.
2
2
78.768
61
14.058
89
RAJULA COLONY
2683
Kadapa
Sambepalli PS
Z.P.H.School, Settipalli
Z.P.H.School, Settipalli
1
1
78.821
53
13.924
89
SETTIPALLI
2684
Kadapa
Sambepalli PS
Peddabidiki
Peddabidiki H/o Settipalli
1
1
78.828
44
13.922
67
SETTIPALLI
2685
Kadapa
Sambepalli PS
NarasareddigaripalliH.W
ada
NarasareddigaripalliH.Wada
Settipalli
1
1
78.823
03
13.941
17
SETTIPALLI
2686
Kadapa
Sambepalli PS
Yerramorampalli village
Yerramorampalli village
1
1
78.860
67
13.915
42
SETTIPALLI
2687
Kadapa
Chekrayapeta
Vempalli t
main road
Marellamadaka
1
1
78.484
94
14.287
78
SIDDAREDDY
GARIPALLI
2688
Kadapa
Chakrayapeta
Chakrayapeta Mandal
Siddareddygaripalli Village
1
1
78.462
4
14.264
9
SIDDAREDDY
GARIPALLI
2689
Kadapa
Gopavaram
Mandal
Badvel- Nellore Road
Srinivasapuram village NH 40
2
2
79.098
14
14.742
17
SRINIVASA
PURAM
2690
Kadapa
Rly Kodur
Kodur town
Tollgate
2
2
79.352
74
13.953
99
Mango yard
rayachoti
H/o
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PoP
2691
Kadapa
Rly Kodur
Koudr town
Old bus stand cirlce
3
3
79.350
43
13.959
78
Mango yard
2692
Kadapa
Rly Kodur
Koudr town
Sivalayam Center
4
4
79.350
93
13.957
72
Mango yard
2693
Kadapa
Rly Kodur
Koudr town
Mangomarket Yard
2
2
79.358
26
13.943
36
Mango yard
2694
Kadapa
Rly Kodur
Koudr town
SBI
1
2
79.348
78
13.951
35
Mango yard
2695
Kadapa
Rly Kodur
Koudr town
Venkateswaraswami Temple
2
2
79.353
27
13.952
73
Mango yard
2696
Kadapa
Rly Kodur
Koudr town
Mayura Hotel Cross
2
2
79.352
53
13.954
66
Mango yard
2697
Kadapa
G.R. Palli PS
G.R.Palli centre
V.N.Palli Center
3
3
78.472
32
14.472
51
SANGALAPALLI
2698
Kadapa
Badvel
Badvel-Sidhout Road
Bhakarapeta main road
2
2
79.058
36
14.713
RTA Office, Badvel
2699
Kadapa
Gopavaram
Mandal
Badvel-Sidhout Road
2
2
79.053
61
14.697
61
RTA Office, Badvel
Venkatasettipalli
village
cross
SH 4801
2700
Kadapa
Rajampet
Rajampet
Near Veera Brahmam Temple
4
0
4
79.100
7
14.217
14
Akepadu
2701
Kadapa
Rajampet
Rajampet
DBN Palli Cross
4
0
4
79.101
14.218
9
Akepadu
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Nearest APSFL
PoP
2702
Kadapa
Rajampet
Rajampet
Near Bhuvanagiripalli Arch
4
0
4
79.102
14.221
Akepadu
2703
Kadapa
Rajampet
Rajampet
Y-Junction , Near Bhuvanagiripalli
Arch
2
0
2
79.102
5
14.221
9
Akepadu
2704
Kadapa
Rajampet
Rajampet
S.V Nagar
2
0
2
79.098
91
14.213
71
Akepadu
2705
Kadapa
Porumamilla
Mandal
Village area
RameswaramChek post
1
0
1
79.016
94
15.161
39
Akkalareddy Palli
2706
Kadapa
Penagalur PS
Chakrampet
Chakrampet
1
1
79.244
01
14.245
TG Palli
2707
Kadapa
Vemula
UCIL entrance gate,On
PVDL- UCIL road
UCIL entrance gate
2
1
3
79.368
68
14.192
8
Bhakarapuram
2708
Kadapa
Lingala PS
Kamasamudram Village
ZPH School
1
0
1
78.160
36
14.544
64
Bonala
2709
Kadapa
Lingala PS
Bonala Village
Sai Baba Temple
1
0
1
78.136
11
14.529
36
Bonala
2710
Kadapa
Kadapa I Town
U/G PS
Kadapa city
Sandya circle
4
4
78.823
61
14.463
89
Chemmumiahpeta
2711
Kadapa
Kadapa I Town
U/G PS
Kadapa city
Dwarakanagar, Krishna temple circle
4
4
78.818
06
14.463
06
Chemmumiahpeta
2712
Kadapa
Kadapa I Town
U/G PS
Kadapa city
Puspagiri school, Nagarajuepta,
2
2
78.822
5
14.470
56
Chemmumiahpeta
2713
Kadapa
Kadapa Taluk PS
Beside Darga
Kagithalapenta junction
3
3
78.818
43
14.470
16
Chemmumiahpeta
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2714
Kadapa
Kadapa Taluk PS
Balaji Nagar Cross road
Balaji Nagar cross
2
2
78.819
11
14.465
02
Chemmumiahpeta
2715
Kadapa
Kadapa Taluk PS
Near ATM
Alamkhanpalli
2
2
78.792
58
14.500
66
SATILITE CITY
2716
Kadapa
Chennur PS
Middle of the circle
Ircon circle
4
5
78.792
25
14.508
29
SATILITE CITY
2717
Kadapa
Vallur PS
Chaitanya Chemicals
In front of Air port
3
3
78.768
21
14.518
51
SATILITE CITY
2718
Kadapa
Vempalli
JANGAN
PETROL
BUNK,Vempalli town
Devi restarant , Vempalli town
1
0
1
78.456
39
14.356
94
Chintarampalli
2719
Kadapa
Vempalli
RAJEEVNAGAR
COLONY,
Vempalli
town
in front of
,Vempalli town
1
0
1
78.437
22
14.370
83
Chintarampalli
2720
Kadapa
B. Mattam
Lingaladinnepalli
road
Lingaladinnepalli cross road . State
highway of Myd to Porumamilla
3
3
78.871
19
14.882
72
MALLEPALLI
2721
Kadapa
B. Mattam
Dudemmakona
Dudemmakona State highway of
Myd to Porumamilla
2
2
78.846
5
14.870
36
MALLEPALLI
2722
Kadapa
Khajipet
Chemullapalli-Kothapeta
Bustop
Chemullapalli-Kothapeta Bustop
3
3
78.788
61
14.606
94
DUMPALAGATTU
2723
Kadapa
Galiveedu
Galiveedu - Konampeta
Road
Nuliveedu Bus stop
1
1
78.927
72
14.167
19
GADIKOTA
cross
mosque
entrance
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ude
Latitu
de
0
1
78.925
46
14.165
12
GADIKOTA
2724
Kadapa
Galiveedu
Galiveedu - Konampeta
Road
Nuliveedu vigitable market
1
2725
Kadapa
Veeraballi PS
Yadaballi Village
Yadaballi Village, H/o Gadikota, on
Rayachoty ΓÇô Gadikota road
1
1
78.910
2
14.190
6
GADIKOTA
2726
Kadapa
Veeraballi PS
GadikotaPedduru
Village
GadikotaPedduru
Village,
Rayachoty ΓÇô Gadikota road
1
1
78.933
52
14.197
2
GADIKOTA
2727
Kadapa
Gopavaram
Mandal
Badvel-Kaluvapalle
Village
lakkavaripalli village
2
2
79.063
97
14.826
5
Ganugapenta
2728
Kadapa
Porumamilla
Mandal
Village area
Ganugapenta village at Rajasekhar
Reddy statue
1
1
79.092
75
14.859
09
Ganugapenta
2729
Kadapa
RIMS U/G
KADAPA
PS
Central Jail
Central jail entrance towards main
road
4
4
78.875
56
14.457
22
I.D.A.
2730
Kadapa
RIMS U/G
KADAPA
PS
Industrial Estate
Four road junction
0
2
78.861
39
14.444
72
I.D.A.
2731
Kadapa
RIMS U/G
KADAPA
PS
Singapoor city inside 4
directions Vivekananda
statue
Singapoor city inside 4 directions
Vivekananda statue
4
4
78.871
67
14.438
33
I.D.A.
2732
Kadapa
RIMS U/G
KADAPA
PS
Near RTC Work shop
Industrial Estate
Near RTC Work shop Industrial
Estate
2
2
78.885
83
14.453
61
I.D.A.
2733
Kadapa
Vempalli
AP
IIIT
University
IIIT Academic block
1
1
78.537
25
14.334
72
IDUPULAPAYA
college
on
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ude
Latitu
de
IIIT rajeev Gnadhi Statues circle
1
0
1
78.536
06
14.329
89
IDUPULAPAYA
Main Gate
1
0
1
78.535
89
14.334
81
IDUPULAPAYA
IIIT Academic Block-II
1
0
1
78.539
86
14.334
64
IDUPULAPAYA
AP IIIT Old Campus
1
0
1
78.535
81
14.338
56
IDUPULAPAYA
RK Valley PS Circle
1
0
1
78.535
92
14.337
81
IDUPULAPAYA
AP IIIT College Mess-1
1
0
1
78.538
58
14.333
69
IDUPULAPAYA
AP IIIT College Mess-2
1
0
1
78.538
58
14.333
69
IDUPULAPAYA
2734
Kadapa
Vempalli
AP
IIIT
University
college
2735
Kadapa
Vempalli
AP
IIIT
University
college
2736
Kadapa
Vempalli
AP
IIIT
University
college
2737
Kadapa
Vempalli
AP
IIIT
University
college
2738
Kadapa
Vempalli
AP
IIIT
University
college
2739
Kadapa
Vempalli
AP
IIIT
University
college
2740
Kadapa
Vempalli
AP
IIIT
University
college
2741
Kadapa
Pulivendula
Pulivendula - Muddanur
Main Road
JNTU College Main gate
1
1
78.233
98
14.449
41
IGCARL
2742
Kadapa
Pulivendula
Ulimella ring road to
kadapa Ring road
SILPARAMAM
1
1
78.245
88
14.429
69
IGCARL
2743
Kadapa
Pulivendula
Ulimella
Circle
Ring Road
VNPALLI RINGROAD TO TOWN
SIDE
1
1
78.240
33
14.434
26
IGCARL
2744
Kadapa
Pulivendula
Ulimella
Circle
Ring Road
VNPALLI RINGROAD TO VN
SIDE
1
1
78.240
33
14.434
26
IGCARL
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Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
2745
Kadapa
Pulivendula
Ulimella
Circle
Ring Road
VNPALLI RINGROAD TO TOWN
SIDE
1
1
78.240
33
14.434
26
IGCARL
2746
Kadapa
Pulivendula
Ulimella
Circle
Ring Road
VNPALLI RINGROAD TO TOWN
SIDE
1
1
78.240
33
14.434
26
IGCARL
2747
Kadapa
Pulivendula
Muddanur
Circle
Ring Road
MUDDANOOR RINGROAD TO
TOWN SIDE
1
1
78.231
62
14.437
02
IGCARL
2748
Kadapa
Pulivendula
Muddanur
Circle
Ring Road
MUDDANOOR RINGROAD TO
MUDDANOOR SIDE
1
1
78.231
62
14.437
02
IGCARL
2749
Kadapa
Pulivendula
Muddanur
Circle
Ring Road
MUDDANOOR RINGROAD TO
VNPALLI SIDE
1
1
78.231
62
14.437
02
IGCARL
2750
Kadapa
Pulivendula
Muddanur
Circle
Ring
Road
MUDDANOOR RINGROAD TO
LINGALA SIDE
1
1
78.231
62
14.437
02
IGCARL
2751
Kadapa
Lingala PS
On PVDL-ATP
road
main
Ippatla Cross road
1
1
78.187
17
14.443
17
IGCARL
2752
Kadapa
SAKN Mandal
Near Itukulapadu village
Itukulapadu village main road
1
1
78.895
22
14.946
17
K.N. Kotala
2753
Kadapa
Chakrayapeta
Chakrayapeta Mandal
K.Yerragudi village,
1
1
78.427
4
14.201
8
K.Rajupalli
2754
Kadapa
Porumamilla
Mandal
Village area
Markapuram Junction
1
1
78.990
8
15.034
66
Kalavakatta
2755
Kadapa
Kadapa I Town
U/G PS
Kadapa city
TDP office road, APHB Colony
2
2
78.828
06
14.458
89
LIC
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Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
2756
Kadapa
Kadapa I Town
U/G PS
Kadapa city
Railway station
7
1
5
78.828
89
14.451
67
LIC
2757
Kadapa
Kadapa I Town
U/G PS
Kadapa city
New collectorate
4
1
5
78.829
44
14.455
LIC
2758
Kadapa
Kadapa I Town
U/G PS
Kadapa city
Infront of New collectorate
4
4
78.829
72
14.455
28
LIC
2759
Kadapa
Chinnachowk
U/G PS
Viswearaiah circle
Visweswaraiah circle
4
4
78.827
65
14.459
28
LIC
2760
Kadapa
Chinnachowk
U/G PS
Old bye pass circle
Old Bye Pass junction
3
3
78.832
02
14.465
57
LIC
2761
Kadapa
Chinnachowk
U/G PS
Omsanthi Arch board
Om Santhi Nagar
3
3
78.834
39
14.463
08
LIC
2762
Kadapa
Chinnachowk
U/G PS
RTC Bus stand out gate
RTC Bus stand out gate
1
3
78.831
82
14.464
98
LIC
2763
Kadapa
Chinnachowk
U/G PS
RTC Bus stand in gate
RTC Bus stand in gate
3
3
78.832
26
14.465
16
LIC
2764
Kadapa
C.K. Dinne PS
Angadiveedi four road
junction
Angadiveedi
,
YSR
C.K.Dinne Mandal.
5
78.828
06
14.449
17
LIC
2765
Kadapa
RIMS U/G
KADAPA
YSR Circle
YSR Circle junction
1
1
78.864
44
14.462
78
Lingampalli
2766
Kadapa
Chinnamandem
Thurpupalli
Thurpupalli Bus-stop on NH.340
road
1
1
78.713
23
14.011
15
Malluru
PS
statue,
4
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Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
2767
Kadapa
Chinnamandem
Vandadi
Vandadi cross road on NH.340 road
1
1
78.707
1
13.998
59
Malluru
2768
Kadapa
Chinnamandem
Mallur cross
Mallur cross road on NH.340 road
1
1
78.705
31
13.986
15
Malluru
2769
Kadapa
Rayachoty
Rayachoty
Kadapa ring road
4
4
78.755
83
14.091
94
Masapeta
2770
Kadapa
Rayachoty
Rayachoty
Galiveedu ring road
4
4
78.732
5
14.054
72
Masapeta
2771
Kadapa
Rayachoty
Rayachoty
Lakkireddypalli Ring road
4
4
78.745
56
14.085
56
Masapeta
2772
Kadapa
Rayachoty
Rayachoty
Market X roads (Old Rayachoty )
4
4
78.750
28
14.061
11
Masapeta
2773
Kadapa
Rayachoty
Rayachoty
Near Veerabadra swamy temple
2
2
78.749
72
14.061
11
Masapeta
2774
Kadapa
Rayachoty
Rayachoty
Bramhana street ( Sialayam
2
2
78.748
33
14.059
72
Masapeta
2775
Kadapa
Rayachoty
Rayachoty
Masapeta ( Veeraballi cross road
3
3
78.753
06
14.070
56
Masapeta
2776
Kadapa
Rayachoty
Rayachoty
Lakshmi Hall (Kadapa road)
2
2
78.753
61
14.064
44
Masapeta
2777
Kadapa
Rayachoty
Rayachoty
Near Preetam lodge
2
2
78.743
33
14.057
22
Masapeta
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PT
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Nearest APSFL
PoP
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
2
2
78.748
61
14.061
11
Masapeta
2778
Kadapa
Rayachoty
Rayachoty
Patha Rayachoty
Ameen Hospital)
2779
Kadapa
Rayachoty
Rayachoty
Sadik rice mill
2
2
78.739
72
14.056
94
Masapeta
2780
Kadapa
Rayachoty
Rayachoty
Patha Rayachoty Sivalayam
2
2
78.744
44
14.061
67
Masapeta
2781
Kadapa
Rayachoty
Rayachoty
Old Post office road
4
4
78.749
17
14.06
Masapeta
2782
Kadapa
Rayachoty
Rayachoty
Nayab saab street
2
2
78.750
28
14.062
22
Masapeta
2783
Kadapa
Rayachoty
Rayachoty
Saraswathi Nagar
2
2
78.740
56
14.056
67
Masapeta
2784
Kadapa
Rayachoty
Rayachoty
Bandlapenta
2
2
78.751
67
14.063
89
Masapeta
2785
Kadapa
Rayachoty
Rayachoty
Lakshmipuram
4
4
78.736
67
14.055
Masapeta
2786
Kadapa
Veeraballi PS
Sikarupalem,
Sikarupalem, Rayachoty- Rajamepta
road
1
1
78.845
94
14.069
Matli
2787
Kadapa
Veeraballi PS
MatliYellampalli cross
MatliYellampalli cross, Rayachoty
ΓÇô Veeraballi road
1
1
78.806
06
14.102
72
Matli
2788
Kadapa
Veeraballi PS
MatliThogatapalli cross
MatliThogatapalli cross, RayachotyVeeraballi road
1
1
78.810
06
14.103
83
Matli
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2789
Kadapa
Veeraballi PS
Yelakachetlapalli
road
2790
Kadapa
Chakrayapeta
2791
Kadapa
2792
cross
PT
Z
Coordinates
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
Yelakachetlapalli cross road, On
Rayachoty ΓÇô Veeraballi road
1
1
78.820
25
14.127
67
Matli
Chakrayapeta Mandal
Nagulaguttapalli,
Rayachoty road
Vempalli-
1
1
78.536
68
14.222
4
Nagulaguttapalli
Chakrayapeta
Chakrayapeta Mandal
B.T.Palli Cross road,
Rayachoty road
Vempalli-
1
1
78.551
9
14.219
65
Nagulaguttapalli
Kadapa
Chakrayapeta
Chakrayapeta Mandal
Batlopalli Village
1
1
78.517
19
14.206
14
Nagulaguttapalli
2793
Kadapa
Pendlimarry PS
Main road
Nandi Mandalam
2
2
78.524
58
14.407
14
NANDIMANDALA
M
2794
Kadapa
Chinnamandem
Kalibanda village
Kalibanda village
1
1
78.595
75
13.941
45
Padamati Kona
2795
Kadapa
B.Kodur Mandal
Near Yerra Obanna Bavi
YerriObannabavi Cross road
0
1
1
79.014
06
14.891
Payalakuntla
2796
Kadapa
PRODDATUR
RING ROAD (Bye pass
road)
TVR PETROL BUNK
4
1
5
78.564
49
14.767
24
Proddatur IDA
2797
Kadapa
PRODDATUR
KORRAPADU ROAD
PEDDAMMA CHETTU, NEAR
BHAGATH SINGH COLONY
3
3
78.562
49
14.761
53
Proddatur IDA
2798
Kadapa
Kadapa II Town
PS
Kadapa city
Chilakalabavi centre
3
3
78.816
4
14.483
8
R.R.PALLI
2799
Kadapa
Kadapa II Town
PS
Kadapa city
Agadi junction.
4
4
78.811
7
14.486
R.R.PALLI
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Quantity
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PoP
Fix
ed
PT
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Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
1
4
78.810
84
14.475
95
R.R.PALLI
2800
Kadapa
Kadapa Taluk PS
Vinayaka circle
Vinayaka Nagar
0
2801
Kadapa
Kadapa Taluk PS
Church compound right
corner
Mariapuram cross road
3
3
78.807
94
14.487
48
R.R.PALLI
2802
Kadapa
Kadapa Taluk PS
Opposite APGP Bank
head office
Chowtapalli cross
2
2
78.811
61
14.473
65
R.R.PALLI
2803
Kadapa
Kalamalla PS
kalamalla
Colony Main entrance gate
2
2
78.469
1
14.711
7
RTPP
2804
Kadapa
Kalamalla PS
kalamalla
TDP office road, APHB Colony
2
2
78.477
11
14.709
56
RTPP
2805
Kadapa
Kalamalla PS
kalamalla
C.E. Office, inside R.T.P.P. Plant
2
2
78.460
11
14.699
33
RTPP
2806
Kadapa
Kalamalla PS
kalamalla
New gate of Tankers entrance
3
3
78.477
11
14.708
72
RTPP
2807
Kadapa
Duvvur
Near Church,
Gudipadu village
Near Church,
village
1
1
78.687
58
14.807
33
CHINTHAGUNTA
2808
Kadapa
Duvvur
Near
Electrical
Substation,
Near
Gudipadu village
Near Electrical Substation, Near
Gudipadu village
1
1
78.686
47
14.805
94
CHINTHAGUNTA
2809
Kadapa
Mydukur
Vonipenta
Near Out Post Police Station
2
2
78.778
05
14.794
11
LEKKALAVARIPA
LLI
2810
Kadapa
Mydukur
Vonipenta
Near Mittamanupalli cross road
1
2
78.777
57
14.789
83
LEKKALAVARIPA
LLI
Near
Near Gudipadu
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PoP
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
2
79.081
47
14.582
67
MADAPUR
1
79.020
55
14.978
1
Tekuripeta
1
1
78.149
3
14.839
4
Thallaprodduturu
1
1
79.328
05
14.029
84
MANGAMPET
1
1
78.833
89
14.202
14
Vangimalla
2811
Kadapa
Atlur Mandal
Atlur-Muthukuru Road
Vemulur village cross
2
2812
Kadapa
Porumamilla
Mandal
Village area
Kondugaripalli village
1
2813
Kadapa
Talla Proddaturu
village,
Kondapuram
Mandal
Yeturu bus stop, on
Kadapa-Tadipatri main
road
(NH-67),
Kondapuram Mandal.
Yeturu bus stop,
Tadipatri main road
2814
Kadapa
Obulavaripalli
Mangampeta
Mangampeta ghot road
2815
Kadapa
Veeraballi PS
Near Aggirevulakona
Near
Aggirevulakona,
Kavaligadda
2816
Kadapa
Veeraballi PS
Vanamkadapalli
post
Vanamkadapalli
check
post,
Upparapalli Village on Vongimalla
ΓÇô Rayachoty road
1
1
78.832
44
14.180
92
Vangimalla
2817
Kadapa
Veeraballi PS
Puttavandlapalli Village
Puttavandlapalli Village
1
1
78.834
86
14.169
11
Vangimalla
2818
Kadapa
Veeraballi PS
Ragimanidinnepalli
Village
Ragimanidinnepalli Village
1
1
78.820
97
14.149
53
Vangimalla
2819
Kadapa
Sri
Avadhutha
kasinayana
mandal
Jyothi kshetram
At check post
0
1
78.755
15.010
28
Varikuntla
check
on
Kadapa-
Near
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al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
2820
Kadapa
Sri
Avadhutha
kasinayana
mandal
Jyothi kshetram
At Nithaya anna dana satram
0
1
1
78.794
17
15.060
83
Varikuntla
2821
Kadapa
Sri
Avadhutha
kasinayana
mandal
Jyothi kshetram
At temple entrance
0
1
1
78.794
17
15.060
83
Varikuntla
2822
Kadapa
Vempalli
Kadapa - vempalli to
rayachoti main road
Verannagattupalli Cross road
1
0
1
78.485
72
14.335
19
Veernagattu Palli
2823
Kadapa
Vempalli
aruthi nagar road
Maruthi Nagar
1
0
1
78.491
08
14.333
69
Veernagattu Palli
2824
Kadapa
Vempalli
aruthi nagar road
Maruthi Nagar Church
1
0
1
78.493
64
14.333
14
Veernagattu Palli
2825
Kadapa
Vempalli
aruthi nagar road
Maruthi Nagar Sub-Station Road
1
0
1
78.491
14.333
64
Veernagattu Palli
2826
Kadapa
Vempalli
Veerannagattupalli
Village
Veerannagattupalli School
1
0
1
78.485
83
14.336
33
Veernagattu Palli
2827
Kadapa
Vempalli
Veerannagattupalli
Village
Veerannagattupalli Ending
1
0
1
78.485
83
14.336
33
Veernagattu Palli
2828
Kadapa
Vempalli
Idupulapaya Village
Idupulapaya school
1
0
1
78.495
83
14.338
03
Veernagattu Palli
2829
Kadapa
Vempalli
Idupulapaya Village
Idupulapaya Ending
1
0
1
78.495
89
14.340
31
Veernagattu Palli
2830
Kadapa
Chekrayapeta
Vempalli t
main road
Gandi Temple
1
0
1
78.487
33
14.323
06
Veernagattu Palli
rayachoti
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PoP
Fix
ed
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Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Gandi temple inside
1
0
1
78.487
06
14.323
78
Veernagattu Palli
Addalamarri cross check post
1
0
1
78.493
97
14.309
86
Veernagattu Palli
A.P.tourisam fornt
1
0
1
78.486
28
14.326
33
Veernagattu Palli
Gandi rooms entrance
1
0
1
78.487
06
14.323
78
Veernagattu Palli
Kondavandlapalli
1
0
1
78.495
25
14.297
36
Veernagattu Palli
Gurukula Patashala
1
0
1
78.495
06
14.301
33
Veernagattu Palli
Kondavandlapalli Centre
1
0
1
78.495
25
14.297
36
Veernagattu Palli
Bhakarapet Y Junction
2
0
2
78.968
6
14.408
89
Vontimitta
Madahvaram 1
2
2
78.981
9
14.409
57
Vontimitta
2831
Kadapa
Chekrayapeta
Vempalli t
main road
rayachoti
2832
Kadapa
Chekrayapeta
Vempalli t
main road
rayachoti
2833
Kadapa
Chekrayapeta
Vempalli t
main road
rayachoti
2834
Kadapa
Chekrayapeta
Vempalli t
main road
rayachoti
2835
Kadapa
Chekrayapeta
Vempalli t
main road
rayachoti
2836
Kadapa
Chekrayapeta
Vempalli t
main road
rayachoti
2837
Kadapa
Chekrayapeta
Vempalli t
main road
rayachoti
2838
Kadapa
Sidhout PS
Kadapa to
Main Road
Rajampet
2839
Kadapa
Sidhout PS
Kadapa to
Main Road
Rajampet
2840
Kadapa
Obulavaripalli
Y.kota
Y, Kota Chavadi
1
1
79.276
56
13.961
88
Y.KOTA
2841
Kadapa
Yerraguntla PS
Railway station
Railway station
7
4
78.537
06
14.642
61
Yerraguntla
Industrial Estate
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PT
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Coordinates
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
2842
Kadapa
Yerraguntla PS
ZP High school cum
Govt.
Jr.
College,
Muddanur
road,
Yerraguntla.
2843
Kadapa
Yerraguntla PS
ICL
Lorry
Muddanur road
2844
Kadapa
Lingala PS
Kommannuthala Village
SBI Bank
0
2845
Kadapa
Chinnachowk
U/G PS
Y junction circle
Y Junction
2
3
78.835
72
14.465
94
Pakkir Palli
2846
Kadapa
Chinnachowk
U/G PS
near Kunta sivalam
Bhagya Nagar colony
1
1
78.835
35
14.467
9
Pakkir Palli
2847
Kadapa
Galiveedu
Galiveedu - Kadiri Main
Road
Velugillu project park
1
0
1
78.479
47
14.029
74
Veligallu
2848
Kadapa
Galiveedu
Galiveedu - Kadiri Main
Road
Velugallu project
1
0
1
78.476
96
14.031
13
Veligallu
2849
Kadapa
Sambepalli PS
Mitta
at
Settipalli
ΓÇÿYΓÇÖ cross road
Mitta at Settipalli ΓÇÿYΓÇÖ cross
road, on NH.40 road
1
1
78.757
31
13.926
47
Devapatla
2850
Kadapa
Sambepalli PS
Devapatla
to
Chinnamandem cross
Devapatla to Chinnamandem cross,
on NH.40 road.
1
1
78.761
92
13.911
03
Devapatla
stand,
ZP High school cum Govt. Jr.
College,
Muddanur
road,
Yerraguntla.
2
2
78.533
56
14.640
56
Yerraguntla
Industrial Estate
ICL Lorry stand, Muddanur road
2
2
78.529
83
14.641
33
Yerraguntla
Industrial Estate
1
78.041
08
14.525
58
KOMANUTHALA
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Fix
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PT
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Coordinates
Nearest APSFL
PoP
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
1
1
78.754
44
13.941
86
Devapatla
2851
Kadapa
Sambepalli PS
Nallgangamma
cross
road, Sambepalli village
and Mandal
Nallagangamma
NH.40 road.
2852
Kadapa
Sambepalli PS
Dinnemeedipalli
Dinnemeedipalli, H/o Routhukunta
1
1
78.736
08
13.942
67
Devapatla
2853
Kadapa
Sambepalli PS
Kattuguttapalli Village
Kattuguttapalli Village
1
1
78.744
92
13.912
92
Devapatla
2854
Kadapa
Galiveedu
Galiveedu
main road
-Rayachoty
Galiveedu Gate
1
0
1
78.862
77
14.036
81
DUDYALA
2855
Kadapa
Galiveedu
Galiveedu
circle
four
Galiveedu four road circle
0
1
1
78.862
73
14.036
74
DUDYALA
2856
Kadapa
Galiveedu
Back side of Galiveedu
Bus stand
Galiveedu vigitable market
1
0
1
78.847
67
14.040
1
DUDYALA
2857
Kadapa
Galiveedu
Galiveeduraod
In front of Z.P.H.School, Galiveedu
1
0
1
78.850
78
14.037
38
DUDYALA
2858
Kadapa
Sambepalli PS
Vaddepalli cross,
Vaddepalli cross, H/o Dudyala,
1
1
78.841
69
13.993
39
DUDYALA
2859
Kadapa
Sambepalli PS
Chinnakodivandlpalli
cross Sub Station
Chinnakodivandlapalli
Dudyala village
1
1
78.848
75
14.007
61
DUDYALA
2860
Kadapa
Tsundupalli
Near Anumpalli
Near Anumpalli
1
1
78.862
08
14.020
75
DUDYALA
2861
Kadapa
Chakrayapeta
Chakrayapeta Mandal
Lakshmi
puram
cross
Vempalli-Rayachoty road
1
1
78.609
99
14.216
75
KONAMPETA
road
Rayachoty
cross
road,
,
on
H/o
road,
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PT
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Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
2862
Kadapa
Tsundupalli
Krishnareddycheruvu
Krishnareddycheruvu,
TsundupalliΓÇöSanipaya road
1
1
78.933
61
14.017
61
MADITHADU
2863
Kadapa
Tsundupalli
Nayanivaripalli cross
Nayanivaripalli
cross,
near
G.K.Rachapalli, Tsundupalli ΓÇô
Rayavaram road
1
1
78.945
17
13.985
83
MADITHADU
2864
Kadapa
Tsundupalli
Vayaloddubidiki cross,
near Vayaloddubidiki,
Vayaloddubidiki
cross,
near
Vayaloddubidiki,
Katarumuduku
ΓÇôVayaloddubidiki road,
1
1
79.001
08
13.959
81
MUDUMPADU
2865
Kadapa
Tsundupalli
Yanadi colony,
Katarumudu
Yanadi colony, near Katarumudu,
Tsundupalli ΓÇô Katarumuduku
road,
1
1
79.010
81
13.944
31
MUDUMPADU
2866
Kadapa
Tsundupalli
Mudumpadu cross
Mudumpadu
cross,
ΓÇôArogyapuram road.
1
1
79.013
61
13.928
53
MUDUMPADU
2867
Kadapa
Tsundupalli
Pincha Check post
Pincha Check post
ΓÇôTsundupalli road,
1
1
79.004
33
13.911
69
MUDUMPADU
2868
Kadapa
Tsundupalli
Pincha village
Pincha village, Tsundupalli ΓÇô
Pincha road.
1
1
78.999
44
13.912
06
MUDUMPADU
2869
Kadapa
Tsundupalli
Manyamvaripalli village
Manyamvaripalli
village,
Tsundupalli ΓÇôPincha road
1
1
78.970
92
13.949
31
MUDUMPADU
near
Nagiri
,
Pincha
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PoP
2870
Kadapa
Tsundupalli
Near Kammaguttapalli
Near Kammaguttapalli, Tsundupalli
ΓÇôGuntarachapalli road
1
1
78.907
44
14.026
58
Pujarivandlapalli
2871
Kadapa
Tsundupalli
Mopalakunta cross
Mopalakunta cross, near Peddapalli,
TsundupalliΓÇöGuntarachapalli
road,
1
1
78.909
69
14.049
Pujarivandlapalli
2872
Kadapa
Tsundupalli
GuntarachpalliCheruvu
,near Edigapalli,
Guntarachpalli
Cheruvu,
near
Edigapalli,
on
TsundupalliΓÇöGuntarachapalli road
1
1
78.917
56
14.064
36
Pujarivandlapalli
2873
Kadapa
Tsundupalli
Reddivaripalli
Polimerapalli
Reddivaripalli H/o Polimerapalli,
AnumpalliΓÇöPeddapalli road.
1
1
78.876
47
14.041
11
Pujarivandlapalli
2874
Kadapa
Tsundupalli
Near Kolimitta village
Near Kolimitta village, Tsundupalli
ΓÇô Sanipaya road
1
1
78.941
44
14.060
69
Pujarivandlapalli
2875
Kadapa
Tsundupalli
Subbaiahkuntacheruvu
cross
Subbaiahkuntacheruvu cross
VanarachpalliBidiki,
TsundupalliΓÇöSanipaya road
1
1
78.938
33
14.039
03
Pujarivandlapalli
H/o
near
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2876
Kadapa
Veeraballi PS
Seethampeta cross road
Seethampeta cross road, RayachotyRajamepta road
1
1
78.865
75
14.066
56
Pujarivandlapalli
2877
Kadapa
Veeraballi PS
Kotha Road Check post
Kotha Road Check post, RayachotyRajamepta road
1
1
78.893
89
14.076
44
Pujarivandlapalli
2878
Kadapa
Tsundupalli
Jangampallivillage,
Jangampallivillage,
RayachotyΓÇöRajampet road,
2
2
78.917
28
14.086
14
SANIPAI
2879
Kadapa
Tsundupalli
Chinnagollapalli village
Chinnagollapalli village, Tsundupalli
ΓÇô Sanipaya road
1
1
78.944
44
14.082
56
SANIPAI
2880
Kadapa
Veeraballi PS
Tsundupalli cross
Tsundupalli
cross,
Rajamepta road
Rayachoty-
1
1
78.942
19
14.095
69
SANIPAI
2881
Kadapa
Veeraballi PS
SanipayaKothapeta
SanipayaKothapeta,
Rajamepta road
Rayachoty-
1
1
78.953
22
14.110
19
SANIPAI
2882
Kadapa
Veeraballi PS
NoothikonaOppKommu
NoothikonaOppKommuMadigapalli,
H/o Sanipaya
1
1
78.943
36
14.123
89
SANIPAI
2883
Kadapa
Veeraballi PS
Peddakona/Sironikanam
Peddakona/Sironikanam,
MadireddigaripalliDasugaripalli
H/o Gurrappagaripalli
1
1
78.907
28
14.096
61
SANIPAI
on
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ude
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de
ITI College
1
0
1
78.108
14.503
92
Chinnakudala
Bonala Cross Road
1
0
1
78.107
89
14.505
61
Chinnakudala
2884
Kadapa
Lingala PS
Lingala Village
2885
Kadapa
Lingala PS
On PVDL-ATP
road
2886
Kadapa
Lingala PS
Near Velidandla Village
Varadarajula Swamy Temple
1
0
1
78.052
36
14.545
17
Velidandla
2887
Kadapa
Lingala PS
Karnapapayapalli
Village
Ramula Swamy Temple
1
0
1
78.073
44
14.537
69
Velidandla
2888
Kadapa
Kadapa II Town
PS
Kadapa city
Nakash Junction
4
4
78.824
5
14.484
5
Devuni Kadapa
2889
Kadapa
Kadapa II Town
PS
Kadapa city
Sivalingam Beedi centre
3
3
78.824
5
14.487
Devuni Kadapa
2890
Kadapa
Kadapa II Town
PS
Kadapa city
Ameenpeer Darga
2
2
78.823
6
14.484
6
Devuni Kadapa
2891
Kadapa
Mydukur
Mydukur ΓÇô Badvel
main road (NH-67)
Near Kudali, Thuvvapalli Panchayat,
Mydukur Mandal
2
1
3
78.852
05
14.705
73
UPPAGUNTAPALL
I
2892
Kadapa
Mydukur
Mydukur ΓÇô Badvel
main road (NH-67)
At G.V Satharam village, Mydukur
Mandal
3
1
4
78.813
88
14.716
33
UPPAGUNTAPALL
I
2893
Kadapa
Pullampet
Appaiahrajupeta
bunk
no cc cameras
0
0
79.216
33
14.105
32
Reddypalli
2894
Kadapa
Pullampet
Reddipalli
no cc cameras
0
0
79.226
74
14.093
16
Reddypalli
main
Petrol
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PoP
2895
Kadapa
Penagalur PS
Bestapalli circle
Bestapalli Circle
1
1
79.112
5
14.157
Bramhanapalli
2896
Kadapa
Rajampet
Rajampet
Hatyarala
1
1
79.164
3
14.244
13
MANDARAM
2897
Kadapa
Rajampet
Rajampet
Maruthi Prasanna Centre
3
0
3
79.121
37
14.220
5
Thallapaka
2898
Kadapa
Rajampet
Rajampet
PVR Complex (R.S Road)
3
0
3
79.110
9
14.232
6
Thallapaka
2899
Kadapa
Rajampet
Rajampet
In front of GMC Club
3
0
3
79.114
1
14.234
9
Thallapaka
2900
Kadapa
Rajampet
Rajampet
Deep Lodge
1
0
1
79.114
3
14.237
4
Thallapaka
2901
Kadapa
Rajampet
Rajampet
Sathupalli Cross
1
0
1
79.115
14.239
2
Thallapaka
2902
Kadapa
Rajampet
Rajampet
Choppavaripalli Cross Road
1
1
79.117
83
14.247
06
Thallapaka
2903
Kadapa
Rajampet
Rajampet
Near Ramapuram check post
1
1
79.120
24
14.238
81
Thallapaka
2904
Kadapa
Lingala PS
On PVDL-ATP
road
Velidandla cross road
1
0
1
77.975
5
14.553
22
PARNAPALLI
2905
Kadapa
Lingala PS
Parnapalli
stand
Parnapalli village bus stand
1
0
1
77.971
39
14.567
56
PARNAPALLI
village
main
bus
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2906
Kadapa
Lingala PS
Parnapalli village
Konamalleswara swamy Temple,
1
0
1
77.979
67
14.549
86
PARNAPALLI
2907
Kadapa
Lingala PS
Parnapalli Village
Chitravathi Dam,
1
0
1
77.957
36
14.562
64
PARNAPALLI
2908
Kadapa
Lingala PS
Parnapalli Village
SBI Bank
0
0
1
77.971
78
14.568
86
PARNAPALLI
2909
Kadapa
Gopavaram
Mandal
Badvel-Sidhout Road
Bayanapalli village SH 4801
2
2
79.043
69
14.661
Venkatasettypalli
2910
Kadapa
Atlur Mandal
Badvel-Sidhout Road
Lingalakunta village
2
2
79.046
47
14.618
64
Venkatasettypalli
2911
Kadapa
Jammalamadugu
At Gandikota cross roads
At Gandikota cross roads
0
1
78.374
19
14.821
12
Ambavaram
2912
Kadapa
Kamalapuram PS
Kamalapuram town
SambaturBustand Circle
3
3
78.669
94
14.600
52
Kopporivaripalli
2913
Kadapa
Kamalapuram PS
Kamalapuram town
Chaowk (4roads junction)
4
5
78.670
11
14.600
45
Kopporivaripalli
2914
Kadapa
Kamalapuram PS
Kamalapuram town
Chavidi
3
3
78.670
62
14.601
97
Kopporivaripalli
2915
Kadapa
Tsundupalli
Rayavaram cross
Rayavaram cross, Tsundupalli ΓÇô
Rayavaram road
1
1
78.968
31
13.986
03
Rayavaram
2916
Kadapa
Tsundupalli
Rayavaram outskirts
Rayavaram outskirts,
ΓÇôKavalipalli road
1
1
78.995
19
13.992
06
Rayavaram
Rayavaram
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ude
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PoP
2917
Kadapa
Tsundupalli
Chinevandlapalli village
Chinevandlapalli
village,
RayavaramΓÇöKavalipalli road,
1
1
79.002
25
14.005
5
Rayavaram
2918
Kadapa
Tsundupalli
Chappidivandlapalli
cross
Chappidivandlapalli
Tsundupalli ΓÇôPiler road
1
1
78.906
67
13.894
94
CHENEPALLI
2919
Kadapa
Sambepalli PS
Gudiyavandlapalli cross
road
Gudiyavandlapalli cross road
Guttapalli, on NH.40 road.
1
1
78.774
5
13.867
97
GUDIBANDA
2920
Kadapa
Chinnamandem
Subbareddi
garden
Subbareddi Mango
NH.340 road
1
1
78.647
12
13.876
75
Cherlopalli
Mango
2921
Kadapa
Vemula
Bestavaripalli
Cross
Roads on PVDL- KDP
main road, On PVDLKDP main road
2922
Kadapa
Vemula
Vemula Bus stand,On
PVDL- KDP main road
cross,
at
garden,
on
Bestavaripalli Cross Roads
PVDL- KDP main road
on
1
1
2
78.150
9
14.225
8
Vemula Bus stand
1
1
2
78.193
2
14.222
1
Pernapadu
cross
roads
on
Pulivendual ΓÇô Alavalapadu road
1
0
1
78.211
1
14.243
7
2923
Kadapa
Vemula
Pernapadu cross roads
on Pulivendual ΓÇô
Alavalapadu
road,On
PVDL- Vempalli road
2924
Kadapa
Vemula
Chagaleru
Cross
Road,On PVDL- KDP
main road
Chagaleru Cross Road
1
0
1
78.214
14.241
6
2925
Kadapa
Vemula
GodiPalli Cross Road
,petrol bunk,On PVDL-
GodiPalli Cross Road ,petrol bunk
1
0
1
78.195
7
14.221
4
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KDP main road
2926
Kadapa
Vemula
V.Kotha
palli
stop,On PVDLmain road
bus
KDP
V.Kotha palli bus stop
1
0
1
78.211
7
14.221
2927
Kadapa
Vemula
Vemula
mini
stop,On PVDLmain road
bus
KDP
Vemula mini bus stop
2
1
3
78.191
5
14.244
2928
Kadapa
Vemula
KondreddiPalli
Road,On
Vempalli road
cross
PVDL-
KondreddiPalli cross Road
1
0
1
78.215
3
14.274
2929
Kadapa
Vemula
Nallacherupalli
Road,On
Vempalli road
cross
PVDL-
Nalacherupalli cross Road
1
0
1
78.204
7
14.273
6
2930
Kadapa
Vemula
Akkapappuramma
temple,On
PVDLNarepalli road
Akkapappuram temple
1
0
1
78.214
8
14.290
9
2931
Kadapa
Vemula
Gollaguduru
cross,On
PVDL- Vempalli road
Gollaguduru cross
1
0
1
78.191
9
14.245
4
2932
Kadapa
Vemula
Vemula PS (KADAPA
ROAD),On PVDL- KDP
main road
Vemula PS (KADAPA ROAD)
2
1
3
78.193
1
14.221
9
2933
Kadapa
Vemula
Vemula PS (Pulivendula
ROAD),On PVDL- KDP
main road
Vemula PS (Pulivendula ROAD)
2
1
3
78.193
1
14.221
9
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ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
2934
Kadapa
Vemula
Govt
Jr
collage
Vemula,On PVDL- KDP
main road
Govt Jr collage Vemula
2
0
2
78.193
6
14.222
5
2935
Kadapa
Vemula
M.R.O M.DO. OFFICE,
Vemula village
M.R.O M.DO. OFFICE Vemula
2
0
2
78.193
2
14.221
9
2936
Kadapa
Vemula
R.G. Bank Vemula, On
PVDL- KDP main road
R.G. Bank Vemula
2
0
2
78.193
1
14.242
2937
Kadapa
Vemula
Chintalajutur Village
Chintalajutur Village
1
0
1
78.180
7
14.245
2
2938
Kadapa
Vemula
Pedda jutur Village
Pedda jutur Village
1
0
1
78.173
14.241
3
2939
Kadapa
Vemula
Rachakunta
baba gudi
Rachakunta Palli sai baba gudi
2
0
2
78.180
7
14.173
6
2940
Kadapa
C.K. Dinne PS
NH-40
Utukur YSR Junction, C.K.Dinne
Mandal.
4
1
5
78.805
83
14.443
89
Moolavanka
2941
Kadapa
Sambepalli PS
Narayanareddipalli
village, On N.H.40 road.
Narayanareddipalli
N.H.40 road.
1
1
78.744
42
14.016
44
Motakatla
2942
Kadapa
Sambepalli PS
Yerraguntla cross road
Yerraguntla cross road, On N.H.40
road.
1
1
78.745
94
14.002
61
Motakatla
2943
Kadapa
Sambepalli PS
Motakatla
junction
Motakatla four road junction,
NH.40 road
1
1
78.749
33
13.989
33
Motakatla
2944
Kadapa
Sambepalli PS
Prakashnagar colony
1
1
78.750
39
13.980
14
Motakatla
Palli
four
sai
road
village,
On
on
Prakashnagar colony, On N.H.40
road.
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Kadapa
PT
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ude
Latitu
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Nearest APSFL
PoP
Sambepalli PS
.P.H.School,
Vangimallavandlapalli
Z.P.H.School,
Vangimallavandlapalli
Motakatla
H/o
1
1
78.753
9
13.990
28
Motakatla
Kasturiba High School and College,
Model
school
and
College,
Yerraguntla,
1
1
78.745
94
14.002
61
Motakatla
2946
Kadapa
Sambepalli PS
Kasturiba High School
and College, Model
school and College,
Yerraguntla,
2947
Kadapa
Sambepalli PS
Gunnikunta village
Gunnikunta village
1
1
78.786
5
14.002
94
Motakatla
2948
Kadapa
RIMS U/G
KADAPA
PS
RIMS Hospital
RIMS Main gate,
3
3
78.862
78
14.432
78
RIMS(Kadapa)
2949
Kadapa
RIMS U/G
KADAPA
PS
RIMS Hospital
before RIMS OP building
4
4
78.862
78
14.432
78
RIMS(Kadapa)
2950
Kadapa
RIMS U/G
KADAPA
PS
RIMS Hospital
before RIMS IP building
2
2
78.862
78
14.432
78
RIMS(Kadapa)
2951
Kadapa
RIMS U/G
KADAPA
PS
Jakaraiah mill
Jakaraiah mill cross
4
4
78.861
39
14.441
39
RIMS(Kadapa)
2952
Kadapa
RIMS U/G
KADAPA
PS
Silparamam Entrance
Silparamam Entrance
2
2
78.858
33
14.44
RIMS(Kadapa)
2953
Kadapa
Rajampet
Rajampet
Markert in side
3
0
3
79.119
14
14.218
84
H.Cherlopalli
2954
Kadapa
Rajampet
Rajampet
Gaddi Street
Temple
3
0
3
79.118
64
14.218
64
H.Cherlopalli
2955
Kadapa
Rajampet
Rajampet
Bandralla Street Entrance
2
0
2
79.118
14.218
H.Cherlopalli
near
Ramalayam
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52
Nearest APSFL
PoP
2956
Kadapa
Rajampet
Rajampet
Bandralla Street 4 road Junction
1
0
1
79.118
32
14.218
48
H.Cherlopalli
2957
Kadapa
Rajampet
Rajampet
Jouli Bazar Entrance
1
0
1
79.114
25
14.215
97
H.Cherlopalli
2958
Kadapa
Rajampet
Rajampet
Usman Nagar cross at Bypass Road
1
0
1
79.112
28
14.215
68
H.Cherlopalli
2959
Kadapa
Rajampet
Rajampet
Old Police line Near Gandi Statue
4
0
4
79.110
09
14.215
47
H.Cherlopalli
2960
Kadapa
Rajampet
Rajampet
Boyapalem-I
3
0
3
79.107
94
14.215
99
H.Cherlopalli
2961
Kadapa
Rajampet
Rajampet
Boyapalem-II
3
0
3
79.106
98
14.216
2
H.Cherlopalli
2962
Kadapa
Rajampet
Rajampet
Tirumala Bar & Restaurent
3
0
3
79.105
92
14.216
6
H.Cherlopalli
2963
Kadapa
Rajampet
Rajampet
Ramnagar Saibaba Temple
3
0
3
79.104
31
14.215
8
H.Cherlopalli
2964
Kadapa
Rajampet
Rajampet
Near Venugopala Swamy Temple
3
0
3
79.102
11
14.216
74
H.Cherlopalli
2965
Kadapa
Rajampet
Rajampet
Near
Sumo
Compex)
4
0
4
79.101
7
14.216
84
H.Cherlopalli
2966
Kadapa
Rajampet
Rajampet
Rayachoti Road
2
0
2
79.103
14.216
H.Cherlopalli
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Area
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Installation
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49
69
Nearest APSFL
PoP
2967
Kadapa
Rajampet
Rajampet
B.S Hall Cross
4
0
4
79.100
46
14.216
45
H.Cherlopalli
2968
Kadapa
Rajampet
Rajampet
Four Road Junction DBN Palli
4
0
4
79.104
4
14.223
3
H.Cherlopalli
2969
Kadapa
Rajampet
Rajampet
Galivaripalli Road
3
0
3
79.108
6
14.226
9
H.Cherlopalli
2970
Kadapa
Rajampet
Rajampet
Mukundaragadda Cross
2
0
2
79.108
8
14.227
1
H.Cherlopalli
2971
Kadapa
Rajampet
Rajampet
Bandralla Street Cross(R.S Road)
3
0
3
79.110
5
14.228
3
H.Cherlopalli
2972
Kadapa
Rajampet
Rajampet
Near B.S Hall
1
0
1
79.114
3
14.191
42
H.Cherlopalli
2973
Kadapa
Rajampet
Rajampet
Krishna Nagar
2
0
2
79.098
77
14.213
25
H.Cherlopalli
2974
Kadapa
Rajampet
Rajampet
Balijaplli Cross
2
0
2
79.098
78
14.213
26
H.Cherlopalli
2975
Kadapa
Rajampet
Rajampet
Rly Station Main Entrace
2
0
2
79.094
73
14.202
45
H.Cherlopalli
2976
Kadapa
Rajampet
Rajampet
Saraswathi Puram
5
0
5
79.094
72
14.202
45
H.Cherlopalli
2977
Kadapa
Rajampet
Rajampet
T.Agraharam
4
0
4
79.094
72
14.202
45
H.Cherlopalli
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Latitu
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Nearest APSFL
PoP
2978
Kadapa
Rajampet
Rajampet
Fly over Bridge ending
2
0
2
79.095
83
14.186
99
H.Cherlopalli
2979
Kadapa
Rajampet
Rajampet
Govt. Degree College
3
0
2
79.093
68
14.196
65
H.Cherlopalli
2980
Kadapa
RIMS U/G
KADAPA
Ring road Junction 4
sides near DTC
Ring road Junction 4 sides near DTC
2
2
78.874
72
14.427
22
IT Park
2981
Kadapa
Kadapa I Town
U/G PS
Kadapa city
Chennur bus stand
2
2
78.820
56
14.48
POWER HOUSE
2982
Kadapa
Kadapa I Town
U/G PS
Kadapa city
Old Bus stand,
4
4
78.821
94
14.475
56
POWER HOUSE
2983
Kadapa
Kadapa I Town
U/G PS
Kadapa city
Nehru park, C-o-Operative colony,
near Gajjala Ramakrsihna Reddy
lane
2
2
78.829
72
14.475
83
POWER HOUSE
2984
Kadapa
Kadapa I Town
U/G PS
Kadapa city
NTR Circle
4
4
78.823
33
14.474
17
POWER HOUSE
2985
Kadapa
Kadapa I Town
U/G PS
Kadapa city
B.K.M Street
4
4
78.822
5
14.481
11
POWER HOUSE
2986
Kadapa
Kadapa I Town
U/G PS
Kadapa city
Women degree college
3
3
78.822
78
14.471
39
POWER HOUSE
2987
Kadapa
Chinnachowk
U/G PS
at More market
At More market circle
4
4
78.836
55
14.473
79
POWER HOUSE
2988
Kadapa
Chinnachowk
U/G PS
Near Petrol Bunk
At Bharathi bar street main road
Sankarapuram
2
2
78.835
37
14.476
31
POWER HOUSE
PS
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Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
2989
Kadapa
Chinnachowk
U/G PS
Namaste board
Sankara puram
3
3
78.833
96
14.480
72
POWER HOUSE
2990
Kadapa
Chinnachowk
U/G PS
Majeed street road
NGO Colony
3
3
78.835
65
14.474
39
POWER HOUSE
2991
Kadapa
Kadapa II Town
PS
Kadapa city
Municipal Stadium Main entrance
2
2
78.828
9
14.480
7
POWER HOUSE
2992
Kadapa
Kadapa II Town
PS
Kadapa city
Annamaiah circle
3
3
78.828
9
14.480
7
POWER HOUSE
2993
Kadapa
Kadapa II Town
PS
Kadapa city
Gandlaveedhi x roads
2
2
78.826
9
14.481
2
POWER HOUSE
2994
Kadapa
Kadapa II Town
PS
Kadapa city
Machupalli bus stand
2
2
78.826
9
14.481
2
POWER HOUSE
2995
Kadapa
Kadapa II Town
PS
Kadapa city
Masapeta circle
4
4
78.827
8
14.481
POWER HOUSE
2996
Kadapa
Kadapa II Town
PS
Kadapa city
Market Yard
2
2
78.828
4
14.480
8
POWER HOUSE
2997
Kadapa
Kadapa II Town
PS
Kadapa city
Ghouse Nagar
2
2
78.828
4
14.480
8
POWER HOUSE
2998
Kadapa
Kadapa II Town
PS
Kadapa city
Mattipeddapuli cross
3
3
78.825
14.483
POWER HOUSE
2999
Kadapa
Kadapa II Town
PS
Kadapa city
Maseema circle
4
4
78.827
14.482
5
POWER HOUSE
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Coordinates
Nearest APSFL
PoP
Fix
ed
PT
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Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
1
5
78.824
14.481
7
POWER HOUSE
3000
Kadapa
Kadapa II Town
PS
Kadapa city
BKM Street
4
3001
Kadapa
Kadapa II Town
PS
Kadapa city
near Balaji temple
4
4
78.824
3
14.482
6
POWER HOUSE
3002
Kadapa
Kadapa II Town
PS
Kadapa city
Mandi bazaaar
4
4
78.823
9
14.481
6
POWER HOUSE
3003
Kadapa
Kadapa II Town
PS
Kadapa city
BKM street
4
3
78.824
14.481
7
POWER HOUSE
3004
Kadapa
Kadapa II Town
PS
Kadapa city
Pasupu mandi street.
4
4
78.828
6
14.481
7
POWER HOUSE
3005
Kadapa
Chinnachowk
U/G PS
Aravindanagar entrance
from main road
Aravinda Nagar
3
3
78.849
49
14.484
57
UKKAYAPALLI
3006
Kadapa
PRODDATUR
RING ROAD (Bye pass
road)
PRODDATUR - YERRAGUNTLA
4 ROADS JUNCTION
4
1
5
78.550
52
14.738
18
ProddaturTownSubSt
a werHou)
3007
Kadapa
PRODDATUR
PRODDATUR
MYDUKUR ROAD
RELIANCE PETROL BUNK
2
1
4
78.568
13
14.740
94
ProddaturTownSubSt
a werHou)
3008
Kadapa
PRODDATUR
MYDUKUR ROAD
RAJASEKHAR REDDY STATUE
NEAR ANWAR HALL
2
1
3
78.554
72
14.748
14
ProddaturTownSubSt
a werHou)
3009
Kadapa
PRODDATUR
MYDUKUR ROAD
RTC BUS STAND
1
3
78.562
48
14.744
01
ProddaturTownSubSt
a werHou)
-
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Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
3010
Kadapa
PRODDATUR
MYDUKUR ROAD
VASTHRA BHARATHI
1
1
78.562
81
14.743
76
ProddaturTownSubSt
a werHou)
3011
Kadapa
Rajampet
Rajampet
Utukur near sivalayam
1
1
79.183
31
14.176
84
Kondlopalli
3012
Kadapa
Rajampet
Rajampet
Venkatarajampet Petrol Bunk
1
1
79.185
84
14.168
85
Kondlopalli
3013
Kadapa
Pullampet
Ananthaiahgaripalli
no cc cameras
0
0
79.190
36
14.159
74
Kondlopalli
3014
Kadapa
Kadapa I Town
U/G PS
Kadapa city
Rajiv park
3
3
78.827
78
14.461
67
Collectorate
3015
Kadapa
Kadapa I Town
U/G PS
Kadapa city
SP Bunglaw circle
4
4
78.826
94
14.466
67
Collectorate
3016
Kadapa
Kadapa I Town
U/G PS
Kadapa city
Nagarjuna Model school, Maruthi
nagar,
2
2
78.826
94
14.467
78
Collectorate
3017
Kadapa
Sambepalli PS
Kondavandlapalli cross
Kondavandlapalli cross, On N.H.40
road.
1
1
78.746
08
14.022
83
Rayachoty
3018
Kadapa
Rayachoty
Rayachoty
Gunikuntla ring road
4
4
78.760
56
14.043
61
Rayachoty
3019
Kadapa
Rayachoty
Rayachoty
Chittor ring road
4
4
78.748
33
14.032
22
Rayachoty
3020
Kadapa
Rayachoty
Rayachoty
Madanapalli ring road
4
4
78.737
22
14.038
33
Rayachoty
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ed
PT
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Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
3021
Kadapa
Rayachoty
Rayachoty
RTC bus stand Inside
2
2
78.748
61
14.057
22
Rayachoty
3022
Kadapa
Rayachoty
Rayachoty
TahasildarΓÇÖs office,
2
2
78.748
61
14.056
39
Rayachoty
3023
Kadapa
Rayachoty
Rayachoty
Jagadamba center
4
4
78.746
94
14.054
72
Rayachoty
3024
Kadapa
Rayachoty
Rayachoty
Church street, Kothapeta
2
2
78.747
22
14.053
33
Rayachoty
3025
Kadapa
Rayachoty
Rayachoty
Kothapeta X roads
2
2
78.747
78
14.046
39
Rayachoty
3026
Kadapa
Rayachoty
Rayachoty
Bose Nagar X road
2
2
78.747
5
14.052
5
Rayachoty
3027
Kadapa
Rayachoty
Rayachoty
NGO colony X roads
2
2
78.745
83
14.050
28
Rayachoty
3028
Kadapa
Rayachoty
Rayachoty
Galiveedu turning
2
2
78.748
61
14.058
61
Rayachoty
3029
Kadapa
Rayachoty
Rayachoty
Apollo circle
3
3
78.748
89
14.058
89
Rayachoty
3030
Kadapa
Rayachoty
Rayachoty
Navarang circle
4
4
78.750
56
14.058
89
Rayachoty
3031
Kadapa
Rayachoty
Rayachoty
Nethaji Junction
4
4
78.751
67
14.056
94
Rayachoty
3032
Kadapa
Rayachoty
Rayachoty
Gandhi Bazar
4
4
78.751
14.059
Rayachoty
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Longit
ude
Latitu
de
11
72
Nearest APSFL
PoP
3033
Kadapa
Rayachoty
Rayachoty
Kamsala street,
2
2
78.749
72
14.058
89
Rayachoty
3034
Kadapa
Rayachoty
Rayachoty
Thana Junction
4
4
78.751
67
14.058
33
Rayachoty
3035
Kadapa
Rayachoty
Rayachoty
Ravi Hall area
4
4
78.756
94
14.058
89
Rayachoty
3036
Kadapa
Rayachoty
Rayachoty
Harinatha swamy temple (Galiveedu
road)
2
2
78.747
78
14.058
89
Rayachoty
3037
Kadapa
Rayachoty
Rayachoty
Gunikuntla cross road
3
3
78.750
83
14.05
Rayachoty
3038
Kadapa
Rayachoty
Rayachoty
Forest check post
2
2
78.750
56
14.048
61
Rayachoty
3039
Kadapa
Rayachoty
Rayachoty
Near
Chowdeswari
(k.Ramapuram)
2
2
78.741
39
14.050
83
Rayachoty
3040
Kadapa
Rayachoty
Rayachoty
Naj Hall area
4
4
78.756
11
14.055
83
Rayachoty
3041
Kadapa
Rayachoty
Rayachoty
Near State bank of India
2
2
78.751
39
14.051
11
Rayachoty
3042
Kadapa
Rayachoty
Rayachoty
Sai Baba Temple
1
2
78.751
39
14.050
28
Rayachoty
3043
Kadapa
Rayachoty
Rayachoty
Kothapalli Banda Hotel
2
2
78.754
44
14.060
28
Rayachoty
temple
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al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
3044
Kadapa
Rayachoty
Rayachoty
HDFC Bank ( T.Sundupalli road
2
2
78.753
33
14.058
61
Rayachoty
3045
Kadapa
Rayachoty
Rayachoty
Four taps junction.
2
2
78.744
44
14.054
72
Rayachoty
3046
Kadapa
Rayachoty
Rayachoty
Rajula colony
2
2
78.760
83
14.059
17
Rayachoty
3047
Kadapa
Rayachoty
Rayachoty
Fruit market
2
2
78.753
33
14.057
5
Rayachoty
3048
Kadapa
Rayachoty
Rayachoty
Krishnapuram cross road
2
2
78.748
89
14.046
39
Rayachoty
3049
Kadapa
Rayachoty
Rayachoty
Rayudu colony
4
4
78.731
39
14.033
33
Rayachoty
3050
Kadapa
Rayachoty
Rayachoty
Bethal colony
3
3
78.756
11
14.057
78
Rayachoty
3051
Kadapa
Rayachoty
Rayachoty
S.N.Colony
4
4
78.751
94
14.049
17
Rayachoty
3052
Kadapa
Rayachoty
Rayachoty
Govt. Degree college Junction
4
4
78.749
17
14.036
67
Rayachoty
3053
Krishna
Bantumilli
Bantumilli
Lakshmipuram
Center, Bantumilli
1
1
2
81.272
22
16.369
44
Bantumilli
3054
Krishna
Bantumilli
Bantumilli
Bantumilli RTC Bus Stand Center
1
0
1
81.273
06
16.37
Bantumilli
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Proposed Location for
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Fix
ed
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Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
3055
Krishna
Bantumilli
Bantumilli
Court Center Bantumilli
1
0
1
81.278
33
16.374
44
Bantumilli
3056
Krishna
Bantumilli
Bantumilli
Peda Tummidi - T road Junction
1
0
1
81.229
44
16.392
5
Bantumilli
3057
Krishna
Bantumilli
Bantumilli
Bantumilli P.s
1
0
1
81.273
89
16.371
11
Bantumilli
3058
Krishna
Kruthivennu
Kruthivennu
Uppuluru
1
0
1
81.314
17
16.361
11
Bantumilli
3059
Krishna
Guduru
Guduru
Nagavaram
1
0
1
81.06
16.295
83
kowthavaram
3060
Krishna
Kruthivennu
Kruthivennu
Kruthivennu center
1
0
1
81.366
67
16.378
33
Krutivennu
3061
Krishna
Pedana
Pedana
Thotamula center ΓÇô Pedana town
1
0
1
81.16
16.264
17
Pedana
3062
Krishna
Pedana
Pedana
Petrol bunk Cross road, Nandamuru
1
0
1
81.201
94
16.288
89
Pedana
3063
Krishna
Pedana
Pedana
Engineering
Nandamuru
1
0
1
81.201
39
16.284
17
Pedana
3064
Krishna
Pedana
Pedana
Nadupur center
1
0
1
81.127
5
16.284
72
Pedana
3065
Krishna
Pedana
Pedana
Konkepudi
1
0
1
81.138
89
16.276
94
Pedana
college
center,
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Proposed Location for
Installation
Coordinates
Fix
ed
PT
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Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
3066
Krishna
Guduru
Guduru
Saradaipet Junction
1
0
1
81.088
33
16.220
83
Tarakaturu
3067
Krishna
Guduru
Guduru
Rayavaram
1
0
1
81.044
44
16.221
94
Tarakaturu
3068
Krishna
Kruthivennu
Kruthivennu
Yetipower
1
0
1
81.535
56
16.366
39
Kalipatnam
3069
Krishna
Kruthivennu
Kruthivennu
Matlam
1
0
1
81.395
56
16.420
28
SC Bose colony
3070
Krishna
Kruthivennu
Kruthivennu
Komallapudi
1
0
1
81.352
5
16.398
61
Moolanka
3071
Krishna
Machilipatnam
Machilipatnam
SP Camp Office Center
1
1
2
81.143
33
16.186
67
Bhaskarapuram
3072
Krishna
Machilipatnam
Machilipatnam
Near RK Mess
1
0
1
81.14
16.183
61
Bhaskarapuram
3073
Krishna
Machilipatnam
Machilipatnam
Noble college
1
1
2
81.14
16.178
89
Bhaskarapuram
3074
Krishna
Machilipatnam
Machilipatnam
Hindu college
1
0
1
81.141
11
16.184
44
Bhaskarapuram
3075
Krishna
Machilipatnam
Machilipatnam
Anjaneya
Swami
Musthkhanpet Port Road
1
1
2
81.151
94
16.174
72
Bhaskarapuram
3076
Krishna
Machilipatnam
Machilipatnam
Three Sakthi Petam arch
1
0
1
81.144
17
16.182
5
Bhaskarapuram
Temple
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Proposed Location for
Installation
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Coordinates
Nearest APSFL
PoP
Fix
ed
PT
Z
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
1
0
1
81.186
67
16.145
28
Bhaskarapuram
1
0
1
81.144
72
16.185
Bhaskarapuram
2
0
2
81.146
39
16.188
89
Bhaskarapuram
1
0
1
81.146
39
16.188
89
Bhaskarapuram
3077
Krishna
Machilipatnam
Machilipatnam
Fishning
Gilakaladindi
3078
Krishna
Machilipatnam
Machilipatnam
Registration office, MTM
3079
Krishna
Machilipatnam
Machilipatnam
Dimmala
Lakshmanarapuram
3080
Krishna
Machilipatnam
Machilipatnam
Radar
center,
Machilipatnam
3081
Krishna
Machilipatnam
Machilipatnam
Janasakthi Nagar
1
0
1
81.146
11
16.179
44
Bhaskarapuram
3082
Krishna
Machilipatnam
Machilipatnam
BSNL, Cell tower, Buttaipeta road
1
0
1
81.158
33
16.179
72
Bhaskarapuram
3083
Krishna
Inaguduru
Inaguduru
Circle pet
1
0
1
81.156
11
16.173
61
Bhaskarapuram
3084
Krishna
Chilakalapudi
Chilakalapudi
RTC bus stand out gate
1
0
1
81.160
28
16.188
33
Bhaskarapuram
3085
Krishna
Chilakalapudi
Chilakalapudi
Opp. Bell company
1
0
1
81.160
83
16.186
94
Bhaskarapuram
3086
Krishna
Chilakalapudi
Chilakalapudi
Panduranga swamy temple center
1
0
1
81.157
78
16.195
56
Bhaskarapuram
3087
Krishna
Chilakalapudi
Chilakalapudi
Infront of collectorate
1
1
2
81.148
06
16.193
61
Bhaskarapuram
Center
Adarsh
Nagar
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ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
3088
Krishna
Chilakalapudi
Chilakalapudi
Collectorate gate ΓÇô DEO office
1
0
1
81.154
17
16.193
89
Bhaskarapuram
3089
Krishna
Chilakalapudi
Chilakalapudi
ZP gate- collectorate
1
0
1
81.149
17
16.195
56
Bhaskarapuram
3090
Krishna
Chilakalapudi
Chilakalapudi
Parasupet center
1
1
2
81.146
67
16.188
89
Bhaskarapuram
3091
Krishna
Chilakalapudi
Chilakalapudi
Three temple center
1
0
1
81.155
16.194
17
Bhaskarapuram
3092
Krishna
Chilakalapudi
Chilakalapudi
CSR Nagar arch
1
0
1
81.153
33
16.193
89
Bhaskarapuram
3093
Krishna
Chilakalapudi
Chilakalapudi
Ganuga center, near bus stand
1
0
1
81.157
22
16.188
61
Bhaskarapuram
3094
Krishna
Chilakalapudi
Chilakalapudi
Panduranga temple to Navenmittal
colony road
1
0
1
81.159
17
16.193
89
Bhaskarapuram
3095
Krishna
Chilakalapudi
Chilakalapudi
Kobbarithota
1
0
1
81.157
22
16.195
Bhaskarapuram
3096
Krishna
Chilakalapudi
Chilakalapudi
Opp. Collector Bungalow
1
0
1
81.169
44
16.193
06
Bhaskarapuram
3097
Krishna
Robertsonpet
Robertsonpet
Municipal park
2
0
1
81.146
39
16.185
28
Bhaskarapuram
3098
Krishna
Robertsonpet
Robertsonpet
Navakala center
1
0
1
81.152
5
16.185
83
Bhaskarapuram
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Tot
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Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
3099
Krishna
Robertsonpet
Robertsonpet
5 road center, Chakirevupalem
1
1
2
81.140
28
16.182
5
Bhaskarapuram
3100
Krishna
Robertsonpet
Robertsonpet
Buttaiahpet center
1
1
2
81.152
5
16.180
56
Bhaskarapuram
3101
Krishna
Robertsonpet
Robertsonpet
Maha lakshmi temple center
1
0
1
81.141
39
16.185
56
Bhaskarapuram
3102
Krishna
Robertsonpet
Robertsonpet
BSNL tower ΓÇô Buttaiahpet
1
0
1
81.160
56
16.183
33
Bhaskarapuram
3103
Krishna
Pedana
Pedana
AMC check post chennuru
1
0
1
81.145
83
16.367
5
Chevendra
3104
Krishna
Kruthivennu
Kruthivennu
Lakshmipuram center ,
1
0
1
81.435
56
16.398
06
Lakshmipuram
(Kruthivennu)
3105
Krishna
Kruthivennu
Kruthivennu
Rangabomm center, Lakshmipuram
1
1
2
81.444
72
16.395
56
Lakshmipuram
(Kruthivennu)
3106
Krishna
Kruthivennu
Kruthivennu
Losara Bridge
1
0
1
81.468
61
16.398
89
Lakshmipuram
(Kruthivennu)
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ed
PT
Z
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
3107
Krishna
Kruthivennu
Kruthivennu
Chinnagollapalem bridge
1
0
1
81.477
78
16.379
17
Lakshmipuram
(Kruthivennu)
3108
Krishna
Kruthivennu
Kruthivennu
Orlagonditippa
1
0
1
81.417
5
16.351
39
Lakshmipuram
(Kruthivennu)
3109
Krishna
Kruthivennu
Kruthivennu
Nidamarru
1
0
1
81.417
5
16.351
39
Lakshmipuram
(Kruthivennu)
3110
Krishna
Guduru
Guduru
Mallavolu
1
0
1
81.065
16.164
17
Mallavollu
3111
Krishna
Guduru
Guduru
Ramannapeta
1
0
1
81.038
89
16.146
11
Mallavollu
3112
Krishna
Guduru
Guduru
Polavaram
1
0
1
81.037
5
16.179
72
Mallavollu
3113
Krishna
Guduru
Guduru
Guduru main center
1
0
1
81.245
16.254
44
Manginapudi Beach
3114
Krishna
Guduru
Guduru
Guduru PS center
1
0
1
81.245
16.254
44
Manginapudi Beach
3115
Krishna
Guduru
Guduru
Tarakaturu check post
1
0
1
81.245
16.254
44
Manginapudi Beach
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ed
PT
Z
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
3116
Krishna
Pedana
Pedana
Bypass road petrol bunk ΓÇô Pedana
1
0
1
81.144
44
16.246
11
Brahmapuram
3117
Krishna
Pedana
Pedana
Bus stand center ΓÇô Pedana
1
0
1
81.145
28
16.252
5
Brahmapuram
3118
Krishna
Pedana
Pedana
Guduru road ΓÇô Pedana
1
0
1
81.145
28
16.256
94
Brahmapuram
3119
Krishna
Pedana
Pedana
Bantumilli road center ΓÇô Pedana
town
1
0
1
81.145
28
16.257
78
Brahmapuram
3120
Krishna
Pedana
Pedana
Pedana PS
1
0
1
81.144
72
16.248
61
Brahmapuram
3121
Krishna
Pedana
Pedana
Railway gate ΓÇô Pedana
1
0
1
81.144
44
16.251
67
Brahmapuram
3122
Krishna
Inaguduru
Inaguduru
Opp. Sivaganga temple
1
0
1
81.106
11
16.163
06
Saradanagar
3123
Krishna
Inaguduru
Inaguduru
Kahelkhapet
1
1
2
81.106
67
16.163
06
Saradanagar
3124
Krishna
Chilakalapudi
Chilakalapudi
HB colony ring center
1
1
2
81.146
94
16.200
83
Jewelary park
3125
Krishna
Chilakalapudi
Chilakalapudi
ZP Center
1
1
2
81.148
33
16.198
61
Jewelary park
3126
Krishna
Chilakalapudi
Chilakalapudi
Chilakalapudi ring center
1
1
2
81.156
94
16.196
94
Jewelary park
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Proposed Location for
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Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
3127
Krishna
Chilakalapudi
Chilakalapudi
Near Railway gate Chilakalapudi
1
0
1
81.161
94
16.201
11
Jewelary park
3128
Krishna
Chilakalapudi
Chilakalapudi
Bypass road ΓÇô Pedana
1
1
2
81.141
94
16.207
78
Jewelary park
3129
Krishna
Chilakalapudi
Chilakalapudi
Pothepalli road
1
0
1
81.146
94
16.200
28
Jewelary park
3130
Krishna
Chilakalapudi
Chilakalapudi
Kotibomma center, Valandapalem
1
0
1
81.141
94
16.206
11
Jewelary park
3131
Krishna
Chilakalapudi
Chilakalapudi
Circarthota
1
0
1
81.157
5
16.198
06
Jewelary park
3132
Krishna
Chilakalapudi
Chilakalapudi
Srinivas Nagar 4 road junction
1
0
1
81.149
72
16.198
61
Jewelary park
3133
Krishna
Chilakalapudi
Chilakalapudi
New Housing board colony
1
0
1
81.144
44
16.204
17
Jewelary park
3134
Krishna
Bandar Taluka
Bandar Taluka
Chinnapuram
1
0
1
81.053
89
16.127
5
Chinnapuram
3135
Krishna
Bantumilli
Bantumilli
Venkateswaraswamy
Bantumilli
1
0
1
81.243
06
16.352
5
Arthamuru
3136
Krishna
Bantumilli
Bantumilli
Arthamuru 3 road Center, Bantumilli
1
0
1
81.253
89
16.341
94
Arthamuru
3137
Krishna
Bantumilli
Bantumilli
China Pandraka, (Narayanapuram
Turning)
1
0
1
81.26
16.343
33
Arthamuru
Temple,
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Quantity
Coordinates
Fix
ed
PT
Z
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
3138
Krishna
Chilakalapudi
Chilakalapudi
RTC bus stand Center
1
1
2
81.136
67
16.187
5
MDO Office
3139
Krishna
Chilakalapudi
Chilakalapudi
RTC bus stand in gate
1
1
2
81.136
94
16.188
06
MDO Office
3140
Krishna
Chilakalapudi
Chilakalapudi
Rythu Bazar
1
1
2
81.139
17
16.19
MDO Office
3141
Krishna
Chilakalapudi
Chilakalapudi
District court center
1
1
2
81.140
28
16.190
83
MDO Office
3142
Krishna
Chilakalapudi
Chilakalapudi
Lakshmi Talkies center
1
1
2
81.142
78
16.193
06
MDO Office
3143
Krishna
Chilakalapudi
Chilakalapudi
DPO gate
1
1
2
81.144
44
16.191
39
MDO Office
3144
Krishna
Chilakalapudi
Chilakalapudi
Sakthi temple
1
0
1
81.136
11
16.190
56
MDO Office
3145
Krishna
Chilakalapudi
Chilakalapudi
Bypass road near Lorry mechanic
sheds
1
0
1
81.13
16.196
39
MDO Office
3146
Krishna
Chilakalapudi
Chilakalapudi
District court out side
1
0
1
81.137
22
16.194
72
MDO Office
3147
Krishna
Chilakalapudi
Chilakalapudi
Gandhi Nagar road no.2
1
0
1
81.145
83
16.194
44
MDO Office
3148
Krishna
Chilakalapudi
Chilakalapudi
Hyny school , Market yard
1
0
1
81.145
28
16.196
11
MDO Office
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Coordinates
Fix
ed
PT
Z
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
3149
Krishna
Chilakalapudi
Chilakalapudi
Old housing board park area
1
0
1
81.131
39
16.200
83
MDO Office
3150
Krishna
Chilakalapudi
Chilakalapudi
Market yard road
1
0
1
81.144
44
16.197
22
MDO Office
3151
Krishna
Chilakalapudi
Chilakalapudi
YSR statue -Anandapet
1
0
1
81.138
06
16.197
78
MDO Office
3152
Krishna
Chilakalapudi
Chilakalapudi
Sukarlabad
1
0
1
81.140
83
16.186
94
MDO Office
3153
Krishna
Chilakalapudi
Chilakalapudi
Near Police kalyana Mandapam
1
1
2
81.142
5
16.188
06
MDO Office
3154
Krishna
Chilakalapudi
Chilakalapudi
Chilakalapudi PS
1
0
1
81.145
16.190
83
MDO Office
3155
Krishna
Chilakalapudi
Chilakalapudi
OPP. TTD Kalyana Mandapam
1
0
1
81.138
33
16.189
17
MDO Office
3156
Krishna
Chilakalapudi
Chilakalapudi
Englishpalem ΓÇô mosque center
1
0
1
81.138
06
16.184
72
MDO Office
3157
Krishna
Chilakalapudi
Chilakalapudi
Narasimha Nagar
1
0
1
81.144
44
16.194
72
MDO Office
3158
Krishna
Chilakalapudi
Chilakalapudi
Opp. District Judge house , Edepalli
1
0
1
81.137
78
16.191
94
MDO Office
3159
Krishna
Inaguduru
Inaguduru
Jai hind high school road center
1
0
1
81.122
22
16.170
28
MTM(old)
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Quantity
Coordinates
Fix
ed
PT
Z
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
3160
Krishna
Inaguduru
Inaguduru
Inaguduru Police station center
1
0
1
81.124
17
16.172
22
MTM(old)
3161
Krishna
Inaguduru
Inaguduru
New Mosque center
1
0
1
81.125
16.175
28
MTM(old)
3162
Krishna
Inaguduru
Inaguduru
Chinta chettu center
1
0
1
81.122
22
16.173
89
MTM(old)
3163
Krishna
Inaguduru
Inaguduru
Bypass road, near National college
1
0
1
81.114
44
16.190
56
MTM(old)
3164
Krishna
Inaguduru
Inaguduru
Rajupet- 3 temple center
1
0
1
81.125
28
16.178
33
MTM(old)
3165
Krishna
Inaguduru
Inaguduru
Chekkalameda center Rajupet
1
0
1
81.123
61
16.179
72
MTM(old)
3166
Krishna
Inaguduru
Inaguduru
Sankarmatam- Godugupet
1
0
1
81.123
61
16.179
72
MTM(old)
3167
Krishna
Robertsonpet
Robertsonpet
Three pillars center
1
1
2
81.127
5
16.193
33
MTM(old)
3168
Krishna
Robertsonpet
Robertsonpet
Balaramunipet
1
0
1
81.127
5
16.193
33
MTM(old)
3169
Krishna
Guduru
Guduru
Ramarajupalem X road
1
0
1
81.095
28
16.206
11
MTM(old)
3170
Krishna
Machilipatnam
Machilipatnam
Govt Hospital center
1
0
1
81.138
89
16.177
78
Ullingapalem
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Proposed Location for
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Nearest APSFL
PoP
Fix
ed
PT
Z
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
1
1
2
81.137
22
16.172
22
Ullingapalem
1
0
1
81.137
5
16.172
5
Ullingapalem
1
1
2
81.137
22
16.176
67
Ullingapalem
3171
Krishna
Machilipatnam
Machilipatnam
Port
road,
Railway
Center Machilipatnam
3172
Krishna
Machilipatnam
Machilipatnam
Railway Station, MTM
3173
Krishna
Machilipatnam
Machilipatnam
Gupta center,
Dist. Hospital
3174
Krishna
Inaguduru
Inaguduru
Chintaguntpalem center
1
0
1
81.140
83
16.168
33
Ullingapalem
3175
Krishna
Inaguduru
Inaguduru
Pataramannapet
1
0
1
81.131
11
16.174
44
Ullingapalem
3176
Krishna
Machilipatnam
Machilipatnam
Ramanaidupeta Center
1
1
2
81.136
94
16.180
83
Machilipatnam
3177
Krishna
Machilipatnam
Machilipatnam
Bandar kota
1
0
1
81.132
5
16.177
22
Machilipatnam
3178
Krishna
Machilipatnam
Machilipatnam
Gilkaladindi Center
1
0
1
81.136
39
16.182
5
Machilipatnam
3179
Krishna
Machilipatnam
Machilipatnam
Chaitanya college road
1
0
1
81.137
5
16.181
94
Machilipatnam
3180
Krishna
Machilipatnam
Machilipatnam
Govt. Hospital road
1
0
1
81.137
22
16.178
61
Machilipatnam
3181
Krishna
Inaguduru
Inaguduru
Javvaru pet center
1
0
1
81.128
06
16.175
56
Machilipatnam
back
station
Coordinates
side
of
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Quantity
Coordinates
Fix
ed
PT
Z
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
3182
Krishna
Inaguduru
Inaguduru
Kotavaritlla center
1
0
1
81.132
22
16.178
89
Machilipatnam
3183
Krishna
Inaguduru
Inaguduru
Nagapotharao center
1
1
2
81.126
39
16.177
5
Machilipatnam
3184
Krishna
Inaguduru
Inaguduru
Koneru center ΓÇô south
1
1
2
81.13
16.180
56
Machilipatnam
3185
Krishna
Inaguduru
Inaguduru
Vullingipalem center
1
1
2
81.125
28
16.173
61
Machilipatnam
3186
Krishna
Inaguduru
Inaguduru
Venkateswara talkies junction
1
0
1
81.128
33
16.179
44
Machilipatnam
3187
Krishna
Inaguduru
Inaguduru
Kanyaka Parameswari temple, Azad
road
1
0
1
81.129
44
16.180
28
Machilipatnam
3188
Krishna
Inaguduru
Inaguduru
Medara bazar
1
0
1
81.129
72
16.180
28
Machilipatnam
3189
Krishna
Inaguduru
Inaguduru
Diamond shop street -1
1
0
1
81.129
44
16.180
83
Machilipatnam
3190
Krishna
Inaguduru
Inaguduru
Diamond shop street -2
1
0
1
81.13
16.180
83
Machilipatnam
3191
Krishna
Inaguduru
Inaguduru
Near Bala sai degree college, Port
road
1
0
1
81.131
67
16.177
5
Machilipatnam
3192
Krishna
Inaguduru
Inaguduru
Library center
1
0
1
81.131
39
16.179
44
Machilipatnam
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Proposed Location for
Installation
Swmay
temple,
Coordinates
Nearest APSFL
PoP
Fix
ed
PT
Z
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
1
0
1
81.131
11
16.177
78
Machilipatnam
3193
Krishna
Inaguduru
Inaguduru
Nageswara
Kojjillipet
3194
Krishna
Inaguduru
Inaguduru
Narasimha Swamy temple- Jalapet
1
0
1
81.125
16.172
78
Machilipatnam
3195
Krishna
Chilakalapudi
Chilakalapudi
Pavithra college road
1
0
1
81.136
67
16.184
44
Machilipatnam
3196
Krishna
Robertsonpet
Robertsonpet
Koneru center ΓÇônorth
1
1
2
81.130
28
16.181
39
Machilipatnam
3197
Krishna
Robertsonpet
Robertsonpet
Jiggery shop street
1
0
1
81.131
39
16.180
83
Machilipatnam
3198
Krishna
Robertsonpet
Robertsonpet
Cloth merchant shop street -1
1
0
1
81.130
83
16.181
11
Machilipatnam
3199
Krishna
Robertsonpet
Robertsonpet
Cloth merchant shop street -2
1
0
1
81.130
56
16.181
67
Machilipatnam
3200
Krishna
Robertsonpet
Robertsonpet
Fish market
1
0
1
81.131
39
16.181
67
Machilipatnam
3201
Krishna
Robertsonpet
Robertsonpet
Robertson Pet PS
1
0
1
81.130
83
16.180
83
Machilipatnam
3202
Krishna
Robertsonpet
Robertsonpet
Rajagari center
1
0
1
81.133
06
16.183
89
Machilipatnam
3203
Krishna
Robertsonpet
Robertsonpet
Chalarasta center
1
1
2
81.128
06
16.183
61
Machilipatnam
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Krishna
Robertsonpet
Robertsonpet
Gandhi bomma Sivalyama
1
1
2
81.130
28
16.186
39
Machilipatnam
3205
Krishna
Robertsonpet
Robertsonpet
Whole sale market street
1
0
1
81.132
22
16.183
06
Machilipatnam
3206
Krishna
Robertsonpet
Robertsonpet
Chemmanagiri Pet- citi cable office
road
1
0
1
81.129
44
16.182
22
Machilipatnam
3207
Krishna
Robertsonpet
Robertsonpet
Nizampet
1
0
1
81.130
56
16.188
89
Machilipatnam
3208
Krishna
Robertsonpet
Robertsonpet
Near
Gupta
Jagannadapuram
1
0
1
81.133
06
16.179
44
Machilipatnam
3209
Krishna
Nuzvid Town
Potti Sriramulu Statue
Potti Sriramulu statue centre ΓÇô
China Gandhi side
1
0
1
80.845
56
16.787
22
Nuzivid
3210
Krishna
Nuzvid Town
Krishna Buddy Centre
Krishna Baddy centre ΓÇô Potti
Sriramulu statue side.
1
0
1
80.845
56
16.787
22
Nuzivid
3211
Krishna
Nuzvid Town
H. Junction Bus Stop
H.Junction bus stop ΓÇô china
Gandhi side
1
0
1
80.842
5
16.788
06
Nuzivid
3212
Krishna
Nuzvid Town
H. Junction Bus Stop
H.Junction bus stop ΓÇô H.Junction
side
1
0
1
80.842
5
16.788
06
Nuzivid
3213
Krishna
Nuzvid Town
Pothureddypalli Turning
Pothureddipalli
turning
Pothureddipalli side
ΓÇô
1
0
1
80.842
78
16.788
06
Nuzivid
3214
Krishna
Nuzvid Town
Pothureddypalli Turning
Pothureddipalli
H.Junction side
ΓÇô
1
0
1
80.842
78
16.788
06
Nuzivid
electrical,
turning
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ude
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Nearest APSFL
PoP
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Krishna
Nuzvid Town
Pothureddypalli Turning
Pothureddipalli turning ΓÇô Nuzvid
side
1
0
1
80.842
78
16.788
06
Nuzivid
3216
Krishna
Nuzvid Town
RDO Office turning
RDOs
office
Mylavaram side
1
0
1
80.839
44
16.793
89
Nuzivid
3217
Krishna
Nuzvid Town
RDO Office turning
RDOs office turning ΓÇô Nuzvid
side
1
0
1
80.839
44
16.793
89
Nuzivid
3218
Krishna
Nuzvid Town
Tiruvuru Bus Stop
Tiruvuru Bus
Gandhi side
1
0
1
80.845
83
16.793
89
Nuzivid
3219
Krishna
Nuzvid Town
Tiruvuru Bus Stop
Tiruvuru Bus stop ΓÇô Vissannapet
side
1
0
1
80.845
83
16.793
89
Nuzivid
3220
Krishna
Nuzvid Rural
Yanamadala
Yanamadala-Check
Mylavaram road
post
centre
1
0
1
80.806
94
16.786
11
Nuzivid
3221
Krishna
Nuzvid Rural
Yanamadala
Yanamadala-Check
Mylavaram road
post
centre
1
0
1
80.806
94
16.786
11
Nuzivid
3222
Krishna
Vissannapeta
Main Road
RTC
Bus
Vissannapeta
2
1
3
80.840
28
16.790
83
Nuzivid
3223
Krishna
Gudivada 1 Town
Vambay Colony
ANR college
0
1
1
80.970
56
16.428
89
Pedaparupudi
3224
Krishna
Pedaparupudi
Pedaparupudi
Pedaparupudi PS
1
0
1
80.956
94
16.431
11
Pedaparupudi
3225
Krishna
Pedaparupudi
Pedaparupudi
Dosapadu Railway station center
1
0
1
80.939
17
16.468
89
Pedaparupudi
turning
stop
ΓÇô
Stand
ΓÇô
China
Centre,
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ude
Latitu
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Nearest APSFL
PoP
3226
Krishna
Nandivada
Janardhanapuram
Main Center
1
0
1
80.974
72
16.48
Nandivada
3227
Krishna
Nandivada
Ambedkar Statue
Main center
1
0
1
80.966
39
16.475
28
Nandivada
3228
Krishna
Agiripalli
Agripalli Village
Peddakottayi Center
3
0
3
80.782
5
16.678
61
Agiripalli
3229
Krishna
Agiripalli
Agripalli Village
Bus Stand Center
1
0
1
80.782
78
16.679
72
Agiripalli
3230
Krishna
Agiripalli
Agripalli Village
Shobanapuram Kottayi Center
1
0
1
80.783
06
16.680
56
Agiripalli
3231
Krishna
Agiripalli
Agripalli Village
S.B.I Kottayi Center
3
0
3
80.784
17
16.678
89
Agiripalli
3232
Krishna
Agiripalli
Vadlamanu Village
Vadlamanu Village Center
1
0
1
80.796
67
16.698
33
Agiripalli
3233
Krishna
Chandarlapadu
Chandarlapadu
Chandarlapadu Main center
0
1
1
80.201
67
16.692
5
Chandarlapadu
3234
Krishna
Chandarlapadu
Chandarlapadu
Kodavatikallu
Chandarlapadu
1
0
1
80.198
61
16.689
72
Chandarlapadu
3235
Krishna
Chandarlapadu
Chandarlapadu
Near
Indian
Chandarlapadu.
1
0
1
80.201
67
16.692
5
Chandarlapadu
3236
Krishna
Chandarlapadu
Chandarlapadu
Ustepalli road, Chandarlapadu.
1
0
1
80.196
94
16.694
17
Chandarlapadu
road
junction,
Bank
street
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ude
Latitu
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Nearest APSFL
PoP
3237
Krishna
Chandarlapadu
Chandarlapadu
Near Artch Konayapalem village
1
0
1
80.202
5
16.744
17
Chandarlapadu
3238
Krishna
Chandarlapadu
Chandarlapadu
Veladi Kothapalem village center.
1
0
1
80.198
61
16.653
61
Chandarlapadu
3239
Krishna
G. Konduru
G.Konduru
Central bank Center Turninig
Towards Vijayawada road
1
0
1
80.572
78
16.677
5
G.Konduru
3240
Krishna
G. Konduru
G.Konduru
Central bank Center
Towards Mylavaram road
Turninig
1
0
1
80.572
78
16.677
5
G.Konduru
3241
Krishna
G. Konduru
G.Konduru
Central bank Center
Towards Gangineni road
Turninig
1
0
1
80.572
78
16.677
5
G.Konduru
3242
Krishna
G. Konduru
G.Konduru
Gudi
center
vijayawada road
towards
1
0
1
80.572
22
16.678
06
G.Konduru
3243
Krishna
G. Konduru
G.Konduru
Gudi
center
Mylavaram road
towards
1
0
1
80.572
22
16.678
06
G.Konduru
3244
Krishna
G. Konduru
G.Konduru
Gudi
center
Gangineni road
towards
1
0
1
80.572
22
16.678
06
G.Konduru
3245
Krishna
G. Konduru
G.Konduru
Kandulapadu
towards vijayawada road
center
1
0
1
80.588
89
16.645
G.Konduru
3246
Krishna
G. Konduru
G.Konduru
Kandulapadu
towards Mylavaram road
center
1
0
1
80.623
33
16.672
5
G.Konduru
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Longit
ude
Latitu
de
1
0
1
80.623
33
16.672
5
G.Konduru
1
0
1
80.579
17
16.684
44
G.Konduru
1
0
1
80.579
17
16.684
44
G.Konduru
3247
Krishna
G. Konduru
G.Konduru
Kandulapadu
towards G.Konduru road
center
3248
Krishna
G. Konduru
G.Konduru
G.Konduru
towards vijayawada road
P.S
3249
Krishna
G. Konduru
G.Konduru
G.Konduru
towards mylavaram ro
P.S
3250
Krishna
Gampalagudem
Main Road
Z.P.High school
2
0
2
80.518
89
16.990
56
Gampalagudem
3251
Krishna
Gampalagudem
Main Road
Police station
1
0
2
80.52
16.993
61
Gampalagudem
3252
Krishna
Gampalagudem
Main Road
Cinema Hall
2
0
2
80.519
17
16.991
11
Gampalagudem
3253
Krishna
Gampalagudem
Main Road
Saradhi hotel
2
0
2
80.506
39
17.005
83
Gampalagudem
3254
Krishna
Gampalagudem
Main Road
Bajana Mandir
2
0
2
80.522
22
16.997
22
Gampalagudem
3255
Krishna
Gampalagudem
Main Road
Ghandhi Centre
2
1
3
80.528
33
16.999
44
Gampalagudem
3256
Krishna
Gampalagudem
Main Road
SBI Bank street
2
0
2
80.528
33
17.003
33
Gampalagudem
3257
Krishna
Gampalagudem
Main Road
Saibaba temple
0
0
2
80.526
11
16.999
44
Gampalagudem
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Tot
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ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
3258
Krishna
Gampalagudem
Main Road
Visista college road
2
0
2
80.514
72
16.952
78
Gampalagudem
3259
Krishna
Gampalagudem
Main Road
Ramalayam street
2
0
2
80.520
56
17.014
44
Gampalagudem
3260
Krishna
Ghantasala
Ghantasala
Ghantasala, Satram Center
1
1
2
80.951
11
16.179
17
Ghantasala
3261
Krishna
Ghantasala
Ghantasala
Ghantasala, Bank center
1
1
2
80.945
28
16.17
Ghantasala
3262
Krishna
Ghantasala
Ghantasala
Ghantasala, Musium Area
1
0
1
80.948
89
16.170
28
Ghantasala
3263
Krishna
Ghantasala
Ghantasala
Ghantasala, Santha Market
0
1
1
80.951
11
16.179
17
Ghantasala
3264
Krishna
Ghantasala
Ghantasala
Ghantasala, MRO's
Offices Area
0
1
1
80.935
56
16.186
11
Ghantasala
3265
Krishna
Ghantasala
Ghantasala
Ghantasala, Police Station Opposite
1
0
1
80.935
28
16.176
67
Ghantasala
3266
Krishna
Nuzvid Rural
Seetharampuram
Seetarampuram
1
0
1
80.959
44
16.661
94
Hanumanjunction
3267
Krishna
Nuzvid Rural
Marribandam
(Marribandam centre)
1
0
1
80.959
44
16.661
94
Hanumanjunction
3268
Krishna
H.Junction
H.Junction
Four Road Junction at H.Junction
centre
2
0
2
80.969
44
16.640
28
Hanumanjunction
&
MDO's
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ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
3269
Krishna
H.Junction
H.Junction
Opp RTC bus stand, Hanuamn
Junction.
3
0
3
80.969
44
16.640
28
Hanumanjunction
3270
Krishna
Jaggaiahpet
NTR Circle
NTR Circle
4
1
3
80.097
5
16.892
22
Jaggaiahpeta
3271
Krishna
Jaggaiahpet
Kodad Road opp. To
Bethestha church
Axis bank
2
1
3
80.097
78
16.894
44
Jaggaiahpeta
3272
Krishna
Jaggaiahpet
Kodada Road
RTC Depot Center
2
1
3
80.099
44
16.899
17
Jaggaiahpeta
3273
Krishna
Jaggaiahpet
Kodada Road
Santhi Nagar Main Road
2
0
2
80.103
06
16.908
61
Jaggaiahpeta
3274
Krishna
Jaggaiahpet
Kodada Road
Court Center
2
0
2
80.097
22
16.913
89
Jaggaiahpeta
3275
Krishna
Jaggaiahpet
Kodada Road
S.M.Pet Bridge
2
1
3
80.105
56
16.914
72
Jaggaiahpeta
3276
Krishna
Jaggaiahpet
S.M.X road
S.M.X road
2
1
3
80.106
39
16.916
94
Jaggaiahpeta
3277
Krishna
Jaggaiahpet
Rao's School
Kakani Nagar
Rao's School Center, Kakani Nagar
2
0
2
80.103
61
16.899
44
Jaggaiahpeta
3278
Krishna
Jaggaiahpet
Y.Y.Colony,
Indira
Gandhi Statue Center
Y.Y.Colony, Indira Gandhi Statue
Center
2
0
2
80.122
22
16.895
83
Jaggaiahpeta
3279
Krishna
Jaggaiahpet
Seetharampuram Temple
Center
Seetharampuram Temple Center
2
1
3
80.102
78
16.895
56
Jaggaiahpeta
3280
Krishna
Jaggaiahpet
venkatigiri gutta
venkatigiri gutta
2
0
2
80.099
16.896
Jaggaiahpeta
Center,
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al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
17
11
Nearest APSFL
PoP
3281
Krishna
Jaggaiahpet
Opp:- Krishna Multi
Speciality Hospital
Seetharampuram Hospital Main road
4
0
4
80.099
17
16.893
89
Jaggaiahpeta
3282
Krishna
Jaggaiahpet
Vajramala
Center
Vajramala Hospital Center
4
0
4
80.099
44
16.893
89
Jaggaiahpeta
3283
Krishna
Jaggaiahpet
kamala Theatre Center
kamala Theatre Center
2
1
3
80.109
17
16.893
61
Jaggaiahpeta
3284
Krishna
Jaggaiahpet
YSR Statue Center
YSR Statue Center
2
1
3
80.106
94
16.893
89
Jaggaiahpeta
3285
Krishna
Jaggaiahpet
Dhanambodu Center
Dhanambodu Center
2
1
3
80.115
16.882
78
Jaggaiahpeta
3286
Krishna
Jaggaiahpet
Vidyanagar
Center
Vidyanagar temple Center
2
0
2
80.116
39
16.898
61
Jaggaiahpeta
3287
Krishna
Jaggaiahpet
VJA Road
R.T.C Bus stand center
2
1
3
80.098
06
16.892
5
Jaggaiahpeta
3288
Krishna
Jaggaiahpet
Kodada Road
Annapurna Center
2
0
2
80.098
33
16.896
94
Jaggaiahpeta
3289
Krishna
Jaggaiahpet
Ravindra
Bharathi
School zone center
Ravindra
center
2
0
2
80.096
94
16.897
78
Jaggaiahpeta
3290
Krishna
Jaggaiahpet
Ayyappa Swamy temple
center
Ayyappa Swamy temple center
4
1
5
80.096
39
16.896
11
Jaggaiahpeta
3291
Krishna
Jaggaiahpet
Saibaba Temple Center
Saibaba Temple Center
2
0
2
80.094
72
16.894
17
Jaggaiahpeta
Hospital
temple
Bharathi
School
zone
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Fix
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PT
Z
Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
3292
Krishna
Jaggaiahpet
Raithu
Bazar
road
cheruvu Bazar center
Raithu Bazar road cheruvu Bazar
center
2
0
2
80.097
22
16.891
11
Jaggaiahpeta
3293
Krishna
Jaggaiahpet
Ammani College Center
Ammani College Center
2
0
2
80.095
16.883
06
Jaggaiahpeta
3294
Krishna
Jaggaiahpet
Muktyalama
center
Muktyalama temple center
2
0
2
80.094
72
16.887
78
Jaggaiahpeta
3295
Krishna
Jaggaiahpet
balusupadu center
balusupadu
road,
Statue center
2
1
3
80.091
39
16.892
5
Jaggaiahpeta
3296
Krishna
Jaggaiahpet
Gold Market Center
Gold Market Center
2
1
3
80.093
89
16.889
72
Jaggaiahpeta
3297
Krishna
Jaggaiahpet
Sivalayam
Center
Sivalayam Temple Center
2
0
2
80.092
22
16.89
Jaggaiahpeta
3298
Krishna
Jaggaiahpet
VJA Road
Seetaramapuram Srikrishna Temple
Center
2
0
2
80.104
17
16.894
17
Jaggaiahpeta
3299
Krishna
Jaggaiahpet
Girls high school center
Girls high school center
2
0
2
80.091
11
16.89
Jaggaiahpeta
3300
Krishna
Jaggaiahpet
Pathagadda Center
Pathagadda Center
2
1
3
80.093
33
16.887
5
Jaggaiahpeta
3301
Krishna
Jaggaiahpet
mutyala road
Padmavathi Nagar Check post
2
1
3
80.092
22
16.877
22
Jaggaiahpeta
3302
Krishna
Jaggaiahpet
VJA Road
Dhanambod X road
2
0
2
80.098
61
16.891
94
Jaggaiahpeta
temple
Temple
Ambedhakar
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ude
Latitu
de
Telephone Colony Center
2
0
2
80.104
72
16.899
17
Jaggaiahpeta
3303
Krishna
Jaggaiahpet
Telephone
Center
3304
Krishna
Vatsavai
Mangollu Main center
Mangollu Main center
3
0
3
80.116
11
16.909
44
Jaggaiahpeta
3305
Krishna
Chillakallu
Jayanthipuram center
Jayanthipuram three road Juction
3
0
3
80.123
33
16.844
17
Jaggaiahpeta
3306
Krishna
Chillakallu
mutyala road
K.Agraharam village Center
2
0
2
80.097
5
16.862
22
Jaggaiahpeta
3307
Krishna
Pamarru
Pamarru
Near Menaka Studio, on Vijayawada
road, Pamarru village
1
0
1
80.960
28
16.323
06
Pamarru
3308
Krishna
Pamarru
Pamarru
Near State bank street, on
Vijayawada road, Pamarru village
1
0
1
80.959
72
16.323
06
Pamarru
3309
Krishna
Pamarru
Pamarru
Gandhi Nagar, on Vijayawada road,
Near Petrol bunk, Pamarru village
1
0
1
80.952
22
16.325
83
Pamarru
3310
Krishna
Kaikaluru Town
NH 214
Kaikaluru
Main
road,
Gandhi Statu Center
3
0
3
81.210
28
16.551
11
Kaikalur
3311
Krishna
Kaikaluru Town
NH 214
Kaikaluru
Main
road,
Adivinaidu T Road Junction Center
3
0
3
81.211
67
16.551
67
Kaikalur
3312
Krishna
Kaikaluru Town
Korukollu
Kaikaluru
road
area,
Seetaiah Hotal 4 Road Junction
Center
2
0
2
81.210
83
16.551
39
Kaikalur
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Longit
ude
Latitu
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3
0
3
81.216
67
16.553
33
Kaikalur
Kalidindi Road T junction
3
0
3
81.211
94
16.550
83
Kaikalur
3313
Krishna
Kaikaluru Town
Syamalamba
area, Kaikaluru
3314
Krishna
Kaikaluru Town
Korukollu
Kaikaluru
3315
Krishna
Kaikaluru Town
Gopavaram road area,
Kaikaluru
Panchyat office T junction
3
0
3
81.213
06
16.548
33
Kaikalur
3316
Krishna
Kaikaluru Town
Railway Station
Kaikaluru
Railway Station Entreince
2
0
2
81.222
5
16.547
22
Kaikalur
3317
Krishna
Kaikaluru Town
NGO's
Kaikaluru
3
0
3
81.216
11
16.552
5
Kaikalur
3318
Krishna
Kaikaluru Town
NH 214
Kaikaluru
Main
road,
Padda Mazeed Center Junction
3
0
3
81.213
06
16.552
5
Kaikalur
3319
Krishna
Kaikaluru Town
NH 214
Kaikaluru
Main
road,
Taluka Center Railway Station Road
3
0
3
81.220
56
16.555
83
Kaikalur
3320
Krishna
Kaikaluru Town
NH 214
Kaikaluru
Main
road,
Opp Bus Stand Center
2
0
2
81.220
56
16.555
83
Kaikalur
3321
Krishna
Kaikaluru Town
NH 214
Kaikaluru
Main
road,
Vijayalakshmi Theater Center
2
0
2
81.220
83
16.556
39
Kaikalur
3322
Krishna
Kaikaluru Town
By-Pass
road
Kaikaluru
area,
By Pass
Temple
3
0
3
81.208
61
16.550
83
Kaikalur
3323
Krishna
Kaikaluru Town
Manikantapuram
Kaikaluru
area,
Ayyapaswamy Temple Canal Bridge
2
0
2
81.216
67
16.553
33
Kaikalur
3324
Krishna
Mandavalli
Lokumudi village
Lokumudi Center
3
0
3
81.202
16.546
Kaikalur
road
area,
area,
colony,
Syamalambha
Street Junction
Temple
NGO's
Colony
T Road junction
Road
Entrence
Near
Vinayaka
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Longit
ude
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78
67
Nearest APSFL
PoP
3325
Krishna
Mandavalli
Manuguluru village
Manuguluru check post center
1
0
1
81.165
83
16.613
06
Kaikalur
3326
Krishna
Kalidindi
SH 73 main road,
Madvanigudem village
Maddavanigudem
Check post
2
0
2
81.332
22
16.515
Kalidindi
3327
Krishna
Kalidindi
Gurvaipalem Junction
Gurvapalem Centre
2
0
2
81.316
39
16.512
78
Kalidindi
3328
Krishna
Kalidindi
Arutegalapadu village
Arutegalapadu
Checkpost
1
0
1
81.253
89
16.525
83
Kalidindi
3329
Krishna
Kaikaluru Rural
Varahapatnam village
Varahapatnam centre
1
0
1
81.245
56
16.536
94
Kalidindi
3330
Krishna
Kanchikacherla
Kanchikacherla
Nehru Bomma Centre
0
1
1
80.388
89
16.685
83
Kanchincherla
3331
Krishna
Kanchikacherla
Kanchikacherla
Gottumukkala Road
1
0
1
80.389
44
16.687
22
Kanchincherla
3332
Krishna
Kanchikacherla
Kanchikacherla
RTC Bus Stand Entrance Exit
1
0
1
80.389
17
16.686
39
Kanchincherla
3333
Krishna
Kanchikacherla
Kanchikacherla
ICICI Bank , Su Register office
1
0
1
80.388
33
16.685
56
Kanchincherla
3334
Krishna
Kanchikacherla
Kanchikacherla
OPP MPDO Office
1
0
1
80.389
17
16.685
83
Kanchincherla
3335
Krishna
Kanchikacherla
Kanchikacherla
Raithu Bazar Centre
1
0
1
80.389
72
16.696
94
Kanchincherla
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ude
Latitu
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Nearest APSFL
PoP
3336
Krishna
Kanchikacherla
Kanchikacherla
Chevitikallu Centre
0
1
1
80.390
28
16.683
33
Kanchincherla
3337
Krishna
Kanchikacherla
Kanchikacherla
Central Bank & Navarang Tea Stall
1
0
1
80.390
83
16.684
72
Kanchincherla
3338
Krishna
Kanchikacherla
Kanchikacherla
Petrol Bunks Area -1
1
0
1
80.392
78
16.680
83
Kanchincherla
3339
Krishna
Kanchikacherla
Kanchikacherla
Petrol Bunk-2
1
0
1
80.392
78
16.680
83
Kanchincherla
3340
Krishna
Kanchikacherla
Kanchikacherla
Opp Honda Showroom
1
0
1
80.394
44
16.679
17
Kanchincherla
3341
Krishna
Kanchikacherla
Kanchikacherla
Paritala Centre -1
1
0
1
80.410
28
16.66
Kanchincherla
3342
Krishna
Kanchikacherla
Kanchikacherla
Paritala Centre- 2
1
0
1
80.410
56
16.659
17
Kanchincherla
3343
Krishna
Kanchikacherla
Kanchikacherla
Hanumanpeta
1
0
1
80.392
78
16.685
56
Kanchincherla
3344
Krishna
Kanchikacherla
Kanchikacherla
Cable Office center
1
0
1
80.388
33
16.692
22
Kanchincherla
3345
Krishna
Kanchikacherla
Kanchikacherla
Bavana Theater area
1
0
1
80.392
22
16.679
72
Kanchincherla
3346
Krishna
Kanchikacherla
Kanchikacherla
Jujjuru road Petrol Bunk
1
0
1
80.393
06
16.695
83
Kanchincherla
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Longit
ude
Latitu
de
1
0
1
80.387
22
16.685
28
Kanchincherla
1
0
1
80.385
83
16.687
22
Kanchincherla
3347
Krishna
Kanchikacherla
Kanchikacherla
Near YSR Stative Pedha Bazar
3348
Krishna
Kanchikacherla
Kanchikacherla
Opp Kanchalamm
Cheruvu Katta
3349
Krishna
Kanchikacherla
Kanchikacherla
Dr P. Prabhakara Hospital Road
1
0
1
80.387
22
16.683
33
Kanchincherla
3350
Krishna
Kanchikacherla
Kanchikacherla
Opp Police Station
1
0
1
80.39
16.684
44
Kanchincherla
3351
Krishna
Kanchikacherla
Kanchikacherla
Near Circle Office Office
1
0
1
80.381
11
16.684
72
Kanchincherla
3352
Krishna
Kanchikacherla
Kanchikacherla
Back Side of the P.S
1
0
1
80.389
72
16.685
Kanchincherla
3353
Krishna
Kanchikacherla
Kanchikacherla
Vasantha
Colony
ammavari Temple
1
0
1
80.388
33
16.692
22
Kanchincherla
3354
Krishna
Bandar Taluka
Bandar Taluka
KPT Palem
1
0
1
81.081
67
16.015
56
KODUR
3355
Krishna
Bandar Taluka
Bandar Taluka
Vadapalem
1
0
1
81.077
78
16.046
39
KODUR
3356
Krishna
Koduru
Viswanadhapallii
Village
Viswanadhapalli Village at Entrance
Arch
1
0
1
81.036
94
16.028
06
KODUR
3357
Krishna
Koduru
Koduru Entrance centre
Koduru Village at Ganganamma
Temple centre
1
1
2
81.021
94
16.006
39
KODUR
Temple
&
Nagalakshmi
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PoP
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PT
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al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Koduru Village at Main Centre
2
0
2
81.023
33
16.009
72
KODUR
3358
Krishna
Koduru
Koduru
Centr
3359
Krishna
Koduru
Palakayathippa Village
at Thufan Shulter
Palakayathippa Village at Thufan
Shulter
1
0
1
81.099
72
15.976
94
KODUR
3360
Krishna
Koduru
Palakayathippa Village
at Dolphin House
Palakayathippa Village at Dolphin
House
1
0
1
81.087
22
15.957
22
KODUR
3361
Krishna
Koduru
Hamsaladeevi four road
junction
Hamsaladeevi four road junction
1
0
1
81.095
83
15.992
22
KODUR
3362
Krishna
Koduru
Hamsaladeevi
Venugopla
Temple
Hamsaladeevi Sri Venugopla Swamy
Temple
2
0
2
81.087
22
15.991
67
KODUR
3363
Krishna
Koduru
Sagharasangham
Pushkar Ghat
Sagharasangham Pushkar Ghat
1
0
1
81.087
22
15.991
94
KODUR
3364
Krishna
Koduru
Ullipalem village at Sri
Srimanarayana Temple
Ullipalem
village
Srimanarayana Temple
1
0
1
81.058
89
16.027
22
KODUR
3365
Krishna
Gudlavalleru
Gudlavalleru
Near Railway gate, Engineering
college road, Gudlavalleru.
1
0
1
81.047
78
16.353
61
kowthavaram
3366
Krishna
Gudlavalleru
Gudlavalleru
Bose statue center, Gudlavalleru
Engineering
college
road,
Gudlavalleru.
1
0
1
81.048
33
16.350
83
kowthavaram
3367
Krishna
Gudlavalleru
Gudlavalleru
Gudlavalleru main center.
1
0
1
81.054
72
16.343
61
kowthavaram
Sri
Swamy
at
Sri
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Tot
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Longit
ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
3368
Krishna
Gudlavalleru
Gudlavalleru
YSR Bridge, Mudinepalli road
1
0
1
81.056
11
16.343
89
kowthavaram
3369
Krishna
Gudlavalleru
Gudlavalleru
YSR Bridge, Machilipatnam road
1
0
1
81.056
11
16.343
89
kowthavaram
3370
Krishna
Gudlavalleru
Gudlavalleru
YSR Bridge, Gudivada road
1
0
1
81.056
11
16.343
89
kowthavaram
3371
Krishna
Gudlavalleru
Gudlavalleru
Godess Kondalamma talli temple,
Near Anjaneyulu tent house,
Vemavaram.
1
0
1
81.096
11
16.314
17
kowthavaram
3372
Krishna
Gudlavalleru
Gudlavalleru
Godess Kondalamma talli temple,
Near Jogi Ramakrishna Function
hall, Vemavaram.
1
0
1
81.090
28
16.359
17
kowthavaram
3373
Krishna
Vatsavai
Wyra road
Makkapeta Main center
4
1
5
80.189
44
16.925
83
Lingala
3374
Krishna
Vatsavai
Wyra road
Makkapeta Vatsavai road turning
center
2
0
2
80.192
5
16.926
67
Lingala
3375
Krishna
Vatsavai
Wyra road
Vatsavai villae Main center
3
0
3
80.244
44
16.980
28
Lingala
3376
Krishna
Vatsavai
Wyra road
Vatsavai New Police Station center
2
1
3
80.243
33
16.976
94
Lingala
3377
Krishna
Chillakallu
Malkapuram village
Malkapuram village Main center
2
1
3
80.157
5
16.995
83
Lingala
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ude
Latitu
de
Nearest APSFL
PoP
3378
Krishna
Avanigadda
Puligadda
Puligadda NH 216 Junction
0
1
1
80.904
17
16.042
5
Mopidevi
3379
Krishna
Avanigadda
Mopidevi
Mopidevi Varpu
0
1
1
80.91
16.048
89
Mopidevi
3380
Krishna
Avanigadda
Mopidevi
Mopidevi Subramaneswara Swamy
Temple Center
0
1
1
80.924
44
16.063
33
Mopidevi
3381
Krishna
Avanigadda
Puligadda
Penumudi Bridge Entrance
0
1
1
80.896
67
16.040
28
Mopidevi
3382
Krishna
Kuchipudi
Kuchipudi
Venugopalaswamy
Temple-3
1
0
1
80.913
33
16.225
56
Movva
3383
Krishna
Kuchipudi
Kuchipudi
State bank
1
0
1
80.913
33
16.225
28
Movva
3384
Krishna
Kuchipudi
Kuchipudi
Police Station-2
1
0
1
80.913
61
16.225
Movva
3385
Krishna
Kuchipudi
Kuchipudi
Police Station-1
1
0
1
80.916
67
16.215
28
Movva
3386
Krishna
Kuchipudi
Nidumolu
Nidumolu-3
1
0
1
80.909
17
16.206
67
Movva
3387
Krishna
Kuchipudi
Nidumolu
Nidumolu-2
1
0
1
80.914
44
16.225
Movva
3388
Krishna
Kuchipudi
Nidumolu
Nidumolu-1
1
0
1
80.913
61
16.225
28
Movva
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PT
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Tot
al
Longit
ude
Latitu
de
1
0
1
80.913
61
16.225
28
Movva
1
0
1
80.914
72
16.225
28
Movva
3389
Krishna
Kuchipudi
Movva
Movva-3
3390
Krishna
Kuchipudi
Movva
Movva
Temple-1
3391
Krishna
Kuchipudi
Kuchipudi
Kuchipudi Center-2
1
0
1
80.913
89
16.250
28
Movva
3392
Krishna
Kuchipudi
Kuchipudi
Kuchipudi Center-1
1
0
1
80.915
56
16.250
28
Movva
3393
Krishna
Kuchipudi
Kuchipudi
Complex
1
0
1
80.912
22
16.249
17
Movva
3394
Krishna
Kuchipudi
Kuchipudi
Barlapudi Road arch
1
0
1
80.912
22
16.249
17
Movva
3395
Krishna
Musunuru
Musunuru
Musunuru centre Nuzvid road side
1
0
1
80.935
16.828
61
Musunuru
3396
Krishna
Musunuru
Musunuru
Musunuru centre- Valasapalli road
centre
1
0
1
80.936
67
16.828
33
Musunuru
3397
Krishna
Mylavaram
Mylavaram
Mylavaram center
0
3
3
80.644
17
16.756
11
Mylavaram
3398
Krishna
Mylavaram
Mylavaram
Mylavaram Bustard
1
0
1
80.641
11
16.761
67
Mylavaram
3399
Krishna
Mylavaram
Mylavaram
LHR School
0
3
3
80.641
94
16.761
94
Mylavaram
3400
Krishna
Mylavaram
Mylavaram
Sub- register officer
1
0
1
80.64
16.754
Mylavaram
Vnugopalaswamy
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ude
Nearest APSFL
PoP
Latitu
de
44
3401
Krishna
Mylavaram
Mylavaram
Post office center near Saideepu
Hospital
3
0
3
80.642
5
16.756
11
Mylavaram
3402
Krishna
Mylavaram
Mylavaram
Near Govt hospital
1
0
1
80.644
17
16.765
56
Mylavaram
3403
Krishna
Mylavaram
Mylavaram
Chandrababu Ring
0
3
3
80.648
61
16.758
06
Mylavaram
3404
Krishna
Mylavaram
Mylavaram
LBRC ΓÇ£YΓÇ¥ junction
0
3
3
80.636
94
16.747
78
Mylavaram
3405
Krishna
Mylavaram
Mylavaram
LBRC Boys Hostel
0
2
2
80.636
11
16.747
78
Mylavaram
3406
Krishna
Mylavaram
Mylavaram
Vignesh hotel
2
0
2
80.641
94
16.759
72
Mylavaram
3407
Krishna
Mylavaram
Mylavaram
Venkateswara Swami Temple
1
0
1
80.644
17
16.756
11
Mylavaram
3408
Krishna
Mylavaram
Mylavaram
Vijayawada Bus stop
0
3
3
80.641
39
16.756
94
Mylavaram
3409
Krishna
Nandigama
Nandigama
Gandhi Center
0
1
1
80.286
67
16.772
22
Nandigama
3410
Krishna
Nandigama
Nandigama
Bharat Takies to Old Bus Stand
Road
0
1
1
80.285
16.772
78
Nandigama
3411
Krishna
Nandigama
Nandigama
Main Bazar ATM S Center
0
1
1
80.286
39
16.774
17
Nandigama
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Nearest APSFL
PoP
3412
Krishna
Nandigama
Nandigama
Radham Center( Sivalayam Temple)
1
0
1
80.286
67
16.775
56
Nandigama
3413
Krishna
Nandigama
Nandigama
New Bus Stand center
1
0
1
80.289
17
16.773
89
Nandigama
3414
Krishna
Nandigama
Nandigama
Old Bus Stand center
2
0
1
80.285
83
16.776
94
Nandigama
3415
Krishna
Nandigama
Nandigama
CM Road Entrence
Bank)
1
1
2
80.290
83
16.767
5
Nandigama
3416
Krishna
Nandigama
Nandigama
Panchayethi office
Swami temple)
1
0
1
80.284
17
16.769
44
Nandigama
3417
Krishna
Nandigama
Nandigama
Madhira cross Road
1
0
1
80.29
16.771
67
Nandigama
3418
Krishna
Nandigama
Nandigama
Ambarupet Cross Road (Nh-65)
1
0
1
80.296
67
16.755
83
Nandigama
3419
Krishna
Nandigama
Nandigama
Chandapuram Cross Road (Nh-65)
1
0
1
80.276
11
16.768
06
Nandigama
3420
Krishna
Nandigama
Nandigama
D.V.R Colony Cross Road (Nh-65)
1
0
1
80.271
94
16.771
67
Nandigama
3421
Krishna
Chandarlapadu
Chandarlapadu
Muppalla main center, Muppalla
1
0
1
80.254
17
16.730
83
Nandigama
3422
Krishna
Chandarlapadu
Chandarlapadu
Turlapadu road, Muppalla
1
0
1
80.255
83
16.729
72
Nandigama
3423
Krishna
Penuganchiprolu
NDG Road
Sanagapadu
2
1
3
80.287
16.817
Nandigama
opp (Andhara
(
Vinayaka
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Nearest APSFL
PoP
3424
Krishna
Chatrai
Main Road
Chatrai Near Ramalayam Temple
4
0
4
80.863
89
16.992
5
Chatrai
3425
Krishna
Bandar Taluka
Bandar Taluka
Borrapothupalem
1
0
1
81.176
94
16.249
44
Pedana
3426
Krishna
Penuganchiprolu
Madhira Road
Mutchinthala X road
3
0
3
80.259
72
16.905
83
Penuganchiprolu
3427
Krishna
Penuganchiprolu
Lingagudem village
Lingagudem village Center
2
0
2
80.217
22
16.901
94
Penuganchiprolu
3428
Krishna
Penuganchiprolu
V.Vai Road
Penuganchiprolu to Regulagadda X
road
3
0
3
80.254
44
16.910
28
Penuganchiprolu
3429
Krishna
Mandavalli
NH
214
village
Kanukollu Center
2
0
2
81.136
94
16.464
72
PERIKIGUDEM
3430
Krishna
Mandavalli
NH 214 main
Mandavalli
Mandavalli Center
2
0
2
81.155
56
16.509
44
PERIKIGUDEM
3431
Krishna
Reddigudem
Mandal Limits
Indian oil bunk, Reddigudem
2
0
2
80.735
56
16.872
22
Rangapuram
3432
Krishna
Reddigudem
Mandal Limits
Grmapanachayathi
1
0
1
80.721
39
16.865
83
Rangapuram
3433
Krishna
Reddigudem
Mandal Limits
Reddigudem center
1
0
1
80.735
16.811
39
Rangapuram
3434
Krishna
Reddigudem
Mandal Limits
Mittagudem center
2
0
2
80.704
72
16.862
22
Rangapuram
Kanukollu
road,
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3435
Krishna
Tiruvuru
Main Road
Bose Bomma Center
2
0
2
80.609
44
17.110
56
Tiruvuru
(New)
Town
3436
Krishna
Tiruvuru
Main Road
S.R Towers
2
1
3
80.609
44
17.109
72
Tiruvuru
(New)
Town
3437
Krishna
Tiruvuru
Main Road
Madhira Road Center
2
0
2
80.609
17
17.109
72
Tiruvuru
(New)

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