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Title: Salinity control and reclamation consulting services
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Title: Salinity control and reclamation consulting services
Series Title: Progress report - Salinity control and reclamation consulting services - 65-C
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Language: English
Creator: West Pakistan Water and Power Development Authority
Publisher: Tipton and Kalmbach, Inc.
Publication Date: January-March 1966
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Spatial Coverage: Asia -- Pakistan
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Table of Contents
    Front Cover
        Front Cover
    Title Page
        Title Page 1
        C 1
    Preface
        C 2
    Map
        C 2a
    Table of Contents
        C 3
    Introduction
        C 4
    Description of plates
        C 5
    General organizational chart - ground water and reclamation program
        C 6
    Wapda orgainzational chart - technical operating divisions and consultants
        C 7
    Description of projects
        C 8
        C 9
    Schedule of tubewell projects
        C 10
    Financial summary
        C 11
    Staffing table for thrid quater 1965-66
        C 12
    Planning division
        C 13
        Organizational chart: supervisory personnel
            C 14
        Technical staff
            C 15
            C 16
        Planning
            C 17
            C 18
            Regional planning
                C 19
                C 20
                C 21
            Project planning
                C 22
                C 22a
                C 23
                C 24
                C 25
                C 26
        Planning activities for fourth quater of fiscal year 1965-66
            C 27
            C 27a
            C 27b
    Reclamation engineering division
        C 28
        Supervisory personnel
            C 29
        Technical staff
            C 30
        Reclamation engineering activities for third quater 1965-66
            C 31
            C 32
            Surface drainage section
                C 33
                C 34
            Field engineering section
                C 35
                C 36
            Design engineering section
                C 37
                C 38
            Data and mapping section
                C 39
                C 40
        Reclamation engineering activities for fourth quater 1965-66
            C 41
            C 42
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WEST PAKISTAN
WATER AND POWER DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY
LAHORE, WEST PAKISTAN






-069-
PROGRESS REPORT
NO. 65-C


SALINITY CONTROL AND RECLAMATION
CONSULTING SERVICES


THIRD QUARTER
1965-66
(January through March)






TIPTON AND KALMBACH, INC.
ENGINEERS







WEST PAKISTAN
WATER AND POWER DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY
LAHORE, WEST PAKISTAN







-069-
PROGRESS REPORT
NO. 65-C


SALINITY CONTROL AND RECLAMATION

CONSULTING SERVICES


THIRD QUARTER
1965-66
(January through March)






TIPTON AND KALMBACH, INC.
ENGINEERS





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WEST PAKISTAN
WATER AND POWER DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY
Lahore, WeCit Pa!:irtan







GROUND WATER AND RECLAMATION PROGRAMS

(UPPER INDUS BASI,!)

PROGRESS REPORT

No. 65-C

THIRD QUARTER

1965 66


SALINITY CONTROL AND RECLAMATION CONSULTING SERVICES


PLANNING

AND

RECLAMATION ENGINEERING


TIPTON" AND KALMBACH, INC.
Engineers


Denvr, Colo ado USA


APRIL 1 9 0 6


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WEST PAKISTAN
WATER AND POWER DEVELOP PMENT AUTHORITY'
Lahore, West Pr istjn


GROUND WATER AND RECLAMATION PROGRAMS

(UPPER INDUS BASIN)

SALINITY CDON'TRCL AND RECLAvMAVTI, N CONSULTING SERVICES

PROGRESS REPORT N.,. 65 C

THIRD QUARTER

1965 66

(Janucai, tnirough March)



P reface

Progress Report No. 65-C is a sumr-eiary of the work performed by the Planning and
Reclamation Engineering Divisions, and the progress of that woi!- during the Third Quarter
of the Fiscal Year 1965-66, Januaryi, t'-,rou Maug rch.
These offices are a part of the Projects Preparation Division of the WVAPDA Ground
Water and Reclamation Prooram. Their activities cover all Phases of investiaa! ion and
p ojict planning for the development of irrigation and drainage programs in ii,; IUpper Indus
Basin.
The 20 million acres involved in these procirams are vitally i nportant to the future of
Pakistan. The purpose of WAPDA's Ground Water and Reclamation Projects is to enhance
tihe agricultural economy of Pakistan.
The Upper Indus Basin's agricultural lands lie beriween the out.vash plains of the
foothills of the Hi:alayas and the comrnand of Panjnad Headworkl. These lands have
become tie agricultural complex of West Pakistan. They are fed by the waters of the Indus
River and its tributaries, t;ie Jhelum, Chenab, Rovi, Sutlej, Beas, and Paninad Rivers.
The probier,:s within the doabs are both regional and unique. Whether the solutions to
thise problems of salinity control and rcl'an tion involve additional water supplies, ade-
quatc drainage, : r agricultural planning, thei y all require a great deal of investigation and
ana lysis.
In rhese investigational and ana itical phases evolve the project planning and reclama-
tion engineering activities of the Engineer Ti"ton and Kalmbach, Inc., and the Project
Preparation Circle of WAPDA. From investisj -ions and analyses come the recommendations,
reports, design criteria for tubewells, tic encli.iec ering of new irrigation and drainage channels,
and thie remodellingr of existing systems .
From conception to completion, all of tnese project require the delicate balance of
enagneeri ng, economics, and agricultural planning .




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WATER AND POWER DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY
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SALINITY CONTROL AND RECLAMATION
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TA/ LE F C, N T E N T S

itlte Page C.
Pre IIcc C.
TrI le of Content- Lilt of II l. r .tili C '
'nt ri~du ct'i. n C. 4
Decrip! ion of Plates C.5
General OI aniL'tron Cha;rt Ground Water and Reclam'ti. Piogram C .65
'VA.da OrgaC ni. i I';in Chi rt Tccnincul OperoIatin Divi ions anl( CO:nsulant C.'
De scr )tion .I f Projectf C. 3
Sc edule of Tobcvwcllc Projecit C. 10
Finance ; I Sumirrr.r C. '
Stuffing Ti.ble foi the Third Qur rter 1965-66 C.12
PLANNING DIVISiON C.13
Oranizctiona I Chart Supervi.sol Personnel C. 14
T.echnical Staff C. 5
Planning Activ;ties fur t ,e T;ild Quarter C.17
REGIONAL PLANNING C.19
PROJECT PLANNING C. 2
Planning Activities for the F:r.ti, Quarter of Fiscal Year 1965-66 C. /
RECLAMATION ENGINEERING DIVISION C.28
Supervisoriy Personnel C.29
Technical Staff C.30
Recirmation Engineering Activities for the Third Quarter 1965-66 C.31
Surface Drainage Section C.33
Field Engineering Section C.35
D csi-i Fngineering Section C.37
Data and Mapping Section C.39
Recklamation Engineering Activities for the Fourth Quarter of C.41
FiscaI Year 1965-66


1 L L U S T R A I 0 N S
ILLUSTRATION NS

Plate 1 Map of Indus Plains Following page C.2
Plate 2 Progress of Regiona I Planning Operations C.21
Plate 3 Ground Water and Reclamation Program Location Map C.27
Plate 4 Ground Water and Reclamation Proaram Index Map C.41

Table 1 Ground Water and Reclamation Program Project C.27
Subdivisions




65-C.4


INTRODUCTION

The PLANNING and RECLAMATION ENGINEERING Sections of Projects Preparation
function independently and conc-mitantl Each produces vital information for the other, and,
together they formulate project reports, design criteria, and the engineering basis for fortn-
corning ground water and reclama-tion projects. The Sections are composed of indigenous and
expatriate personnel whose assignments cover all phases of investigation anj planning in the
Ground Water and Reclamat i n Programs.
The first group, PLANNING, is concerned primarily wit;I the regional planning
activities, ground water and surface water balance, soil and water studies, and tie planning
of new projects It is also an agency of investigation; ; not onl/ f,- r the details concerned with
future surface and gr und water programs, but also into tie operation of present andc past
reclamation schemes It provides tie guidance for feasible and economical ground water and
reclamation projects.
Tile second group, RECLA'MATION ENGINEERING, concerns itself vwit tne physical
aspects of reclamation programs. It is t;iis group which provides the working data for the loca-
tion of irrigation and drainage tubwe lls, the survey and design of drainage and irrigation
w'irks, tile production of drawingCs for construction and planning purposes, and tie assembly of
information from various sources for all phases of the ground water and reclamation programs

The following is a brief outline of tie offices within each of tihe groups:

PLANNING RECLAMATION ENGINEERING
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Regional Planning Sections Surface Drainage Section

Engineering Field Engineering Section
Hydrol ogy
Agriculture Design Engineering Section
Economics
S Data and Mapping Section
Project Planning Sections


T'; Progress Report will summarize the wori performed by eacn Section during the
months of January, February, and March ir, the Third Quarter of the Ficcal Year 1965-66;
and the personnel involved in this portion of Projects Preparation.
These Divisions function under the direction of Robert C. Bolger, Projects M'anager,
Tipton and Kalnmbach, Inc., Ground Water and Reclamation Projects. The main office of the
Engineer is located at 27 E-1, Gulberg III, Lahore. The Chief of Planning is Dr. P.E.
Hildebrand. Tie Planning offices are located at 141 E-1, Gulberg 111. George H. Geil heads
thie Reclamation Engineering Division with offices located at 31-Main, Gulberg.

Sayyid Hamid, Chief Engineer WAPDA Ground Water and Reclamation Division,
coordinates the ground water and reclamation programs through the Consultants and the Deputy
Chief Engineer Sardar Allah Bakhsh, and the Project Director of Planning and Projects Prepara-
tion, Khan Abdul Hamid Khan. The Project Director's central offi is located at 141 E-1,
Gulberg III, Lahore. The Deputy Chief Engineer's offices are located at 41 G, Gulberg. The
offices of tne Chief Engineer are located at Sunny View Estate, the main headquarters of the
West Pakistan Water and Power Development Authority.





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Througa.out Progress Repoit No 65-C ore a series Jf fo,.ir Plates wv ich depict -he
progress and -he scope and the boundarieC of active ies for the Ground Water rnd Rcclairr-
tion Piorram in the Upper Ihndus Basin. These illusthtitons sh'cow the magnitude of the
overall prograor to reclaO n and to er.rich the agricultural economy of Pakistan.
Plate 1 is a general r.ap of West Paki:ran and border areas, ihov.ing tie exteIt
of tbC Indus PInins in VWe: Paki.tan. The area of inrelS:t fGr tiis progress report is princi-
pally that land v,/ich lie; above the Gudu Barr ge, and. it reptLecl ts the lcrgest single
reclamation undertaking in the world.
Plote 2 is a chart of piogrcss prepared by tnc Plarnning Division to show th'e bac -
ground and subject studies involved in the preparation of the Re.i nal Plan Report for
iec lartnatIn and works in the Upper indu: Basi;. At present, the st dics cae teO; ing the
-orni;la ion and analytical stages, in preparation n fi completion of the Report during the
ast months of 1966. Stat..s of progress and subjects of investigation are shown on Plate 2.
Plate 3 is an indicarion or f the pi;jcct areas in general, and pher position: in
the devclopmeni roroarr.. The progiss of project' preparat;on and 'ou; Trction con be
seen from this miap. Acco;'p:any;,;; PWl'te 23 ; FI :rc wi viici) gives a detailed li. tinr oi
the Projects, Subprojects, and Unirs in tie tbevwell construction phases of ti:e Ground
WaVter and Recla ration Progra r:.
Plate 4 is an Index Mnp to that portion of the Upper Indus Basin in v, which tie
Ground Water and Recla:.I tion P grarm iL concentrated.. T;:is ;.,ap gives a more detailed
analysis of the culture, cor-ImuniLations system s, and tIce irrigation s,/ters of the area.
The Projects, Subprojects, and Units of the Ground WatoI and Reclamation Program 0(re
also hovw on this r:.<









General Organization Chart
Ground Water and Reclamation Programs


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ENGINEERS


PROJECTS
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GOVERNOR
WEST PAKISTAN

SECRETARY TO GOVT CF WEST PAKISTAN
IRRIGATION AND POWER DEPARTMENT

WEST PAKISTAN WATER AND POWER DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY
CHAIRvMAN AND MEMBERS
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DESCRIPTION OF PROJECTS

The following Table, "Planning, Preparation and Construction Schedule foa T 'ewcll
Piojcts ', gives the outline of project phasing for the calendar years 1965 and 1966 fuli rie
WAPDA Project: 2, ', 4, and 5. More than 7,300 tbcvwells fai irrigation ad, drainage
iec la action c,e involved to various degrees of completion ove t I is two-veat per iod. T: is
alsu represents about 75 percent of tfe tubewell Irog ram plaon ed fao t!e Thitd Five- car
Plan.
The total numr er of tube,.vc lls planner d for each Pirject isr given, 'also te .reakdowns
for nie SubpLrjects, Unit,W and Contracts are shown w"ith reii resoectiv' tubewell reqrire-
mncts.. Planning has been completed for Projects 2, 3, and 4. T o P.. ject 5 Re. irt is tf ,e
publ i:nd d. Cing the next .i .. r, and wor .has begun on thie plannig of P-rojct 6. TYie
Projects of the WAPDA Ground Water and Reclamation Proortam are as follows:

Project 1 1, 400,000 acres in Cen trial Rechna Doab ;,i which 1,800 tubewvels
vere installed by Wapda. The project v;as co'.plC ted i. 19?.


Project 2 -







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Project 4 -












Project 5 -


2,250, 000 acres in Chaj Doab. This project was started ti Construction
phases in early 1962 and approximately 500 wells have been co -:leted
in the Lower Jielurn Sctbproect (Mona, Lalian and Khadir Units), and
,oarly 500 wells in the Upper Jhelum Subproject.have been drilled.
Approy im-tely 2,500 irrigation tbewel ls are scheduled for construction
in Project 2 by WAPDA.

1,300,000 acres in Lower Thal Doab in which approx' -atel., 1,500
tubewells will be installed. Tiis area along thle southern port;io of
Thai Doab is roughly the lands under command from Trim:mu Bairage
on the Chenab River and Taunsa Barrane on the Indu.. Rivc Construction
is underway for 500 tubewells in the Aiipur Unit, and international Tenders
were received on March 16, 1966 for the Kot Adu Unit at a Bid Opening
held at WAPDA headquarters, Sunny View, Lahore.

2,000,000 acres in Upper Recina Doab, bounded by Project 1 and teo
M'iAala-Ravi Link Canal comnmnd,, in wnich 3,300 tubewells have been
planned to be installed by WAPDA. Contract Documents were prepared
for the 300 tubewells to be drilled in the Marala-Ravi Unit and conistruc-
tion Iad just begun when the National Emergency occurred in Septerrber
1966. Since that time, field siting and preparation has shifted to other
areas of Project 4: in particular to the that portion of iCe project arec
which lies between Degh Na!lahi, the Ravi River and, tne BRBD Link Conal.
Approxi nmate 900 tubewells are proposed to be installed in this area in
conjunction with the "Greenbelt" proposals for establishing firm farmr
commodity produce areas around high ly populated mun icip al cent' rs.

2,740,000 acres in Lower Rechna Doab, bounced y Pro jeci 1, tie Ravi
River and the Chenab-Panjnad Rivet Planning is nearly co':e;ited and
the Project Report is scheduled for publication durinit the next report
period. Approx.i natel 3,500 tubowells a: t- be installed for irrigation.
Construction is to begin during the last potr. 1966 and the early mo nths
of 1967.




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Project 6 1,600,000 acrs in hie Bahawalpur Region under the conumand o the
Panjinad Hoeadvwor. Tie Abbosa iCh na and t. Panjnod Canml cr the
primary d stribution s's'tems for !e uQrea, and an active io, .r na; eoon
st ited to collect dora rlk:rive to canal deliveries and .wo/:: i .t. irnments
f-,i tle Project 6 Repor .

For details i to the relative locit ions of tlie project areas and local ctifcir sec
Plcae 3 and Plate 4.

Regional Planning is cuh lminating a number of subject studies on water use, design
criteria, agricultural studio s, ana related investigation pertainii to t ie Ground W ter and
Reclrnatioi n Program into tie fortlico: ing Re'.iioial Pla;niq Report tfo t:e Nort'ern / nr '.
Many f t'ie st.jdies have been cu;pleted for correlarkio wif ,i related data. Draft c.pie.., of
M.ject ;:''ort have been prepared and the data are being reviewed. T is cul i, nrion of
subject repo to on a regional basis is scheduled for .id-1966. For deils concerning t:e
areas ,O inv\sigation and concentr'ed Vtudy, see thei c hart, "Proprots o cf Regiunal Planning
Operation", included as Plate- 2 i!! this proses report Plute 2 sho 's thie .oroGres.: If
regional planning up to tihe end of the Third Quarter of the Fiscal Year 1965-66, January
i ,rough M 'rchr .







GROUND WATER AND RECLAMATION PROGRAM
(UPPER INDUS bASIN)


PLANNING, PREPARATION AN

TUBE W ELL


ID CONSTRUCTION SCHEDULE
FOR
PROJECTS


PRC JECT NO 2 CHAJ DGAB
SUpper Jhelum Subproject
** Kiadir Unit

Lower Jhelum Subpioject


PROJECT NO. 3 LOWER THAL DOAB
Unit 1 Alipur Unit
Unit 2 Kot Adu Unit
Unit 3


PROJECT NO. 4 UPPER RECHNA DOAB
** Mcr la-Ravi Unit
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PROJECT NO. 5 LOWER RECHNA DOAB


REGIONAL PLANNING


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FINANCIAL SUMMARY 1

DOLLAR AND RUPEE EXPENDITURES

Third Quarter 1965-66
(Januar t- rough : Marc,)


EXPENDITURES
It e m Period of Report Expenditule During Period T,'tals To Date
DOLLARS RUPEES DOLLARS RUPEES

TIPTON AND KALMBACH, INC. Fiscal Year 63-64 480,624 700,500 480,624 700,500
July 1963 through June 1964
Letters of Commitments
391-H-069-3 Fiscal Year 64-65 664,892 553, 103 1: 145,516 1,253,603
issued June 11, 1964 July 1964 through June 1965
TDD
Fiscal Year 65-66
S 1,037,000 July 1965 through June 1966
116.5O0 (Aug. 30, 1965)
S7, 153,SCu st Quarter (July Sent.) 106,472 112,576 1,251,988 1,366,179
+ 500,500 (.January 1966)
5 ,64,000 2nd Quarter (Oct. Dec.) 111,642 115,778 1,363,63C' 1,481,957

3i1d Quatcr (Ja:.. Mcic ) 109,346*" 97,366 1,472,97'- 1,579,323
() Janar 34,976 29,536
Includes S329,596 paid direct to Febita; / 37, 183" 38,538
Wapda for period July 1963 March 37, 180' 29,292
t;trough March 1964._ -

1. Dollar components are actual expe ditures for the periods as reported by Ti.to-, and Kalmoiac I, c.
Rupee components cre local expenditLres, prcvisional fcr the pcri:ods; not i.:cluJ:ig payments made by other Wapda
agencies.
Figures prev;cusi-' pcrted have been rev. ed aftet adjustment t of add"tio. ex nd itrs rcl- n t: te e o. .

SEstirated expenditures based on average a anticipated expenditures for t oe report period.





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WEST PAKISTAN
WATER AND POWER DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY
Lahore, West Pakistan

GRG UND WATER AND RECLAMATION N PRO GRAMS

STAFFING TABLE FOR TH;RD QUARTER 1965-66
Januuary t:rr.ugh March

Authorized Average Actual Nwn bet Toti Man-Houis
Full Strength Number at the End of the Worked during
Report;ilg T;i:d Quartc; T: ir Oucrter

PRO FESSIONAL
Expatriate 15 9 9 7,000
Pak l tan; 72 68 69 26,50(.t
Engince s
Geologists
Agrunoiists
Econo 'i:t
Hydroloui ts

SUBPROFESS I NAL
Expatriate 0 0 0 1
Pakistani 88 81 83 37,500
Oversecrs
Zi I ladars
Patwaris
Dra lj smen
Tracers

GENERAL SERVICES
Expatriafte" 4 3 3 1,800

NONPROFESSIONAL
Pakistani 105 101 100 48, 00
Superintendent
Senior Clerks
Stenotypists
T/pists
Stenographers
Juni ,I Clerks
Peons

Tota l s :
Expatriate 19 12 13 7,900
Pakistani 765 250 252 112,000


"50 percent charge to "069" activities.





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P L A N N I N G

D I V I S I N




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SALINITY CONTROL AND RECLAMATION CONSULTING SERVICES*


PLANNING
Dr, P. E. Hildebrand


REGIONAL PLANNING
S. V Mao


Economics Seclion
Dr. P. E. Hildebrand


* Personnel shown as departmental neads at the close of the Third Quorter of the
Fiscal Year 1965-66, January through March.


H ydrology
John Logan

Engineering
Gilbert N. Havcock

Agriculture


H/drology Section
Ben M, Petitt, Jr.

Agriculture Section
Niel A. Dimick


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S :. sc ,
1< a'-ul-Haq
Sccd N. Nasii
Mo;.d, Kialid Khan
Moid. Alan

Tm i"- S nhai,
Mi:. S!haf .at Sultana


HYDR( I 'GY SECTI[". N
H A OP
Sc ~; r Enl,; cei~
S, 1 r -Engkoere


S aq I iwer
Geo bobcr

Ge) ii c
ci. Remonrihi Oft iccr
a~.. h A:i ~3.i~tcI,


M-~. R. pelirt, J1:

F. A. Z uLbri
At. SUACMDU
A6L-jtul LHnnrid
Abcol uIR(Lut

I\i(jl Siaec Hu-,ain
A& Azi
V'-. SadiV7 Hasoar
A' it I N


AClkULTLJRE SECTION

i' rIicucltura-cli t
ri eadin Pe-'circ-h O ffi cer
ronomhvt
*: lo ro '.I ;t
A aroncrr~ivt
A ymnomist
A yrmnoarist
Soil and \Natcer Che(mist
Jr Enai,ucr
Jr. E 1 igw re
Zii11 kda rs
1I Pahval is


Niel A. Di'mci.*

D i. M d, j- iui- 1 .
Nazir Ahimad Kisama
tMohsi.i Nnwa:
Mohd. Akram Khan
Rahmat Ali
Najmul Hasan
Mohd. Aslcra
Shahid Malik
Abdul Rashid


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TECHNICAL STAFF
P LA N N I N G D I V I S I N
Pcrsonlel Cloas:.il ,.stion


\Continued')
PROJECT PLANNING

ECONOMICS SECTION
Economist
Se,or Rcsc(.-i Office,
Ji. O officer (Ecuno: ist)
J O -icer tE (conor'i:
Ji Officer (Econ.i; :'
Jr. O officer (Stati ti
i Rose o-ic; As it: ,;t
J;r. Researclr AsitaLnt
C p ,.uter
C o ,pute o
Co; !ute
Co .;putei
T;,.'cc
6 Pa.,' rais


To t a I


Chief of Plann in;.-'
Regional Pianl'nO Clhicef
Project Planni!- Chief*
Section Head-'
Agricult' ral ist
Superintending Researclh Officer
Seniou Research Officer
Senior En.ineers
Juni,r Enuineers
Geologist
Junior Geo loaists


Di. P. E. Hildellunoi
K. R. Q ,rnshi
'. i a K ;,ai
M. Kualid
Rinu NasiJ K-.an
M. Fazil SaLir
Cl,. M iid Saddi:-
Ki K Hossin
SaurJa Mi: m arnl W. :
Ata MAohar nad
I.K Gul-Ahmad
Giulam M.urta:-a
Miss Dil Fayya;' Nas; n


Soil and Water C,'mi .-.ts
Aqronorists
Research Assistants
Junior Reseairch Assistants
Junior Research Officer
Junior Officers (Statistics)
Junior Officers (Econo.ists)
Tracer
Co mputers
Z i ladars
Patta ris


79 Technical personnel position, at the end of the Third Quarter of the Fiscal Year
1965-66 (January through March).





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PLAN ING

Duiing the Tiird Quarte-r of the Fiscal Year 1965-66, January t ,rough March, tile
Planih: g personnel worked on t ,e pr-cessing of data arid the re!puaraIki of text and illustra-
tions for the forthcon i.iC Project 5 Report. T:e group wred *c n many rcicted studies and
investigti tions for the Rea.ional Plan Rcpoai which i -cheduled for uubli -raioi dui ing the la.;
months of 1966.
Data and paracters w/eire precipitated fro;i concentrated anal tical reviews by t)e
group, and tir(ogh tieir coo,'i i; ted fj o rs ::: I t VW rid tBank OrganiTza:in, WAPDA,
WASID, :1nd ; dPc usi.,s i .. ;t, various th'ei co:ver.uiiclt.l uC1 enicies comica r i- .titn tie
prooleno cof ecu;,' .;. s and engi~ erl ing in deve oping t 1w various phiase- o *.' : r.n',n water
and e c Ia at ion roara rrs.
In adciition to tho I.rogroe. on the Project 5 Report and the Regiorna Plan Report,
dat. were assembled for tic Wri / i nvesti :ationc a pic s t t. e Proicc: 6 are- (i:O e Pnijnad
Comrrmand of the Baiova l'ju region).
VMonitoring work continued on Project 1 and Project 2, and the Planning
group wc. rked wit;i toe Water and Soils Investigation Divia.n o" f WViAPDA o, the piepar-ltion
of soils dcta and maps for the Nort-ic-r Zn ;.. I:.is cooperative worki vwitn V/ASID was also
done iin arcas of study concerning ground watcr characteristics and it;e collection of data
for ater quai ty and wateI supply/ st.dies.
Throughout the Qua cedures for the culm-ination of data for regio~;al and project planning reports. Data were
collected from governmental agencies, suci as tie Irrigation Department, the Bureau of
Statistics, field offices of various subdivisions of r.i l government concerning economics and
welfare of the farmers and industrial development. Ifor nation was obtained by exchange of
data in cooperative agencies and other invesitigational organizations.
Many/ special studies were made in the fields of economics for planning and for the
daily requirements of vital i-iforration for the functions of the Projiects Manager. Meetings
were held to determine the effectiveness of the scope of investigations for regional and
project studies, and decisions were made on the methods of developing the saline and the
non-sa lie zones of the project areas.
Dr. Milton Fireman of the Denver Planning Office worked in Lahore during the Third
Quarter to aid in the co ::pletion oi f the Project 5 Report, and as an advisor f..r tne; functioning
of the Mona Exp',ri ,enta I Unit
Four junior cn:ineers ftro the Reclanation Engineerin ,; Division w/ n temporaryy
duty with Planning to ass it in the data col lect :, ro-lnam and to work on Projec. 5 and
Regional Planning. Muci of tie effort put forth by the Planning group during the Third
Quarter was directed toward the completion of the Project 5 Report
Further work was done in computer programming of data for project and regional
analysis. Data on water requirements, climate, cropping patterns, etc., were sent to Texas
A&M for ma-chinie processing and tie results have been received. These tabulated data have
now been analyzed b, tfe Planning group to project tie requirements of the Project 5 area,
and to providhethe ;ic parameters f- r project evaluation.
The Plannring olii :e continued './ :- on several project analysis studies and made
illustrations that depict the water; supply a locations for tie Indus Systern showing natural
flow and st'-rage watei .isbursements according to the official ,water plans. Data were
collected for canal historical withdrawals from Irrigation Department recuris, and these data
are beino tabulated and analyzed for future water distribl',ion man-agemns-t purposes.





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Tie su mrnary of pruarss on the fo kI I; paes d iv ided into tv o parts: (1)
Regional Planing, and (") PFojct Plarn ;rg fLY thve report period of tke Ti-,.id Ouu rtc cif t,,
Fiscal Yccar 1965-66, .j,::tiuy touah Mtich. See Pate 2 for a tabulation of Regiunal
Plan ~ activitiesi, and refer to P nics 3 4 for details nt. rhe locations of the project
areas and thr osi ; o:s i te be Ground Water and Reclamation Prog irnm for a-e Nortiert
Are.





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R E G I O N A I. P L A N N I N G

The activities of the Regional Pla ni:ng group and the other mcrrbels of the Plan:nin
staff whIose investigations and data collection perrained pi i- foil / tiae oreioal aspects of
toc Ground Water and Recla,;ation Proriam aiae iven in detail foi the Third Quartei of the
Fiscal Year 1965-66 in this progress report. The Regional Planning group is headed by S.W.
Mao, and tle progress reported follows tie general trend of the special subject investiga-
tions and reports as shown on Plate 2.
The data collection ,roaram continued in. f. ce, but with reduced activities reported
in the field collection of a;iw dat: Historic canal supplies, surface dri:.iage data, and
information from: private tubev.ell s.:!ve s were actively/ bCei compiled.
Several leional planning paper; were revised during te quarter in lreos of economic
interest, as follows: (i) Populution estimates, (2) Land holdings, (3) Fertilizeri distribition
and consumption, (4) Crop acreages, cropping patterns and inte;;sliics, and (' ) Industriali:a-
ti n .
Ground water data were furnished to Parsons, Inc., for use in !pinning the munici-
pal wa ter supplies for tie cit/ of Multal. Data cuncer,'i,; g the subsoil and aroundd water
coniitionxs were detailed to assist in the development of industrial I and domestic supplies of
water from a-ound water sources.
Plate 2 shows the def-iiition of background studies for t'e Regional Pia;i Report, and
tie progress of developi.:eit of data for compilation and anal/si. The Rerort i. sche led
for publicationn during the last of 1966. The re:o;aiiing progress reported by Regional Planning
is described herein as the vworki undertaken or completed during t!-he report ;,erio by the
Planni ig group in connection v.with regional planning studies according to the outline of the
"Progress of Regional P!anning Opciations", Plate 2, and the pri cary topics th erein.

1. Collection, Pr liminar'l Analysis, and Compilation of Basic Data:

Data collection coiitinued i: tihe scveinl field such as the gathering of raw data
from ficid offices and observations, the acquisition of maps and charts of interest to tie
develop nent of data fur the Regional Plan, and the procurement of records fur use in the
anaIyses of water distribution practices and present and future requirements.
Soils data and maps were acquired from i! ai l'pu Regio,., and Irirs were nmode
and transmitted to the Denver Office. Tlis information included soils marn for Dalian
Subdiv ision: and salinity, topography, and chemical characti istics fiaps for Abbasia,
Ahlrnadpur, Baghdad, and Qaimpur Subdivision, of the Bahawalpur. Irrigation Circle.
Data concerning consumptive-use for rice crops were computed for Zones 'A", "B",
and "C". These are climatological divisions for the Northerr Zone.
WASID data concerning soil classification and soil salinity fur several subdivisions
of Bari Doab and the Bahawalp-ur area were obtained and copies were transmitted to Denver.
Chernical analysis report: on the current work done by the WASID office \vre received by
the Planning group. An exchange of data concerning soils, soil classification, and soil
salinity, is being carried out by WASID to assist the WAPDA Giound Water and Reclamation
Program in the effective planning of reclamation and drainage Vwori.?.
Data were collected on a distribute ar basis for Lake N1aimnal cnd Pind Dadan Khan
di.tributcries of Upper Thai Doab. A trogmram for the collection of missing dwta for canals
of the Punjab was canied oua t,' roughout the report period, aind questionable data were
verified or revised for the fo lowinii canc( systcmrs on the distr:b it'ry I'/el:





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PahaLioi Central Bai Doau Lower bari Doab
D. G. Kiian S;i( nai Thal
Muv\ ff rgar Dipalpur Rang
Upper Cnendab Lowar C!ernab Ea. reti Sadiia
Fo rwah B.R.b.D. Pa Jattan
M::r la-Ravi BLa w.:i Haveli
Abbasnia Pa i.ad Q. ;m
MaI ;! ii

Tie coM)piatio'.n of cioppi;ip patter:n and cro ping t ;:tE.; Kt- f! t:ic entire. Northern
Zone was completed ond copies of tede data ,;'vr.'. re it to th'. DcI'eor O1f fr furt.'r iro-
cc-s;., and one lJsi.

Canal and di. tr-iurary '.,itid ...1 iata w( Ie collected '"ioua'hoi:t toe report period
and several ciarts v..cre pepared to siow -rfia e '.wte supplies" o,1d )'t i;.' io
practices. Water taule contours wvce studied !:;d evaluated in tl'iei rol *ii. ti' tf:e
developuiient of future water supplies: anrd the for' cast of fuli.ec v., a br bl ; o.Ii d ti .

Meteorlonical data vre c3,-'n,'!Pted ffo the Regional Plan Repcri, ua, Tiel data vwere
surnyvir ,erld for detailiig clir'wtological zones f-. t'e Punjab for a._!-cu!r! al rpla;.nning
purposes .

WASID prepay red additional soil s nap and data concern inc so is sa," les and analyst o .
Tic Planiiing group assisted in the preparation of data and the production of rints of e
soil details and s. Ive,, sets for VWasid. Sepias vere man e of t!ie Wa.id data for ::'c i'. the
Planning offices i': Lai,, re and Denvci .

Agricultural data for canal command areas, to be used as units of physical
water di:triuitio. ,were ai iyzeu in r ,cecn t their sui.:io 'ater re0lc;itc- ,ele s, utility
sale ground vwter, and future water supplies.


2. Pro li-'ninary SRAdics and DevclopIpneit of Desi qn Cricria:a

Studi'"- were completed on the use of concentrated leaching to utiLize ground watei
of higher sali-it .
Desig: study for a "skirnnming well tc be used ini areas underlain by highly saline
ground waters was completed, and details of the design requirements are being reviewed.
A draft co :pletion of the "Tubewc ll Design Report" for irrigation wells iii the
Punjab was trans-'itted to the Denver Office for further analysis and review. This report
embodies the functional tubewCll design requirerrents and specific adaptationis of construction
parameters to meet the looal conditions of the reservoir soalnity and pumping conditions
:'ore effectively, .
C ioppiin patterns were analyzed to reflect the soil :groupingis and the cli, iatologica
zoning for regional and project areas.
D iscussions were held with H3rr-a -Ind the Waorld i.-'.. on t!e conFsumptive U,(e water
requirement studies and the applicatiw. of t.ie dcta to project planninta.. Proceedings have
Leen initiated to generalize irrigation water require ,ents for future c:upping patterns and





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intensities.
Work was done with WASID on aciq fe: icharctae istics, and th;e new data re e bing
welig ted in regional and local adaptatio s rr far r; se tai ive fig;t'.es tiat can be used for
different areass of tie Punjai .
D :ta concerninir slL, it' of ground waters oLtained fru ti newly drilled welI were
conveyed to Wasid, and tie nfor: f :t .ion is eing uLed to guide tli' drilling program in areas
\c, ,rc; i.laoanal aIuund v.ater condition: exist
Analytical w\orl was co'pnleted ful the "Canal Seepage Loss" st.;dy, and a surni.a-
tion of tie subject data i: 'i progr e .


3. S ecial Ta-ch:ical St dirs:

Canal scepayg a.nd ccoveyonce system awos studio s are final zed on the, basis of
theuvy and data ,. the poi'ift of anal /se and coa location to rol,. ide moi l fiu ctioial
canal secoao e loss and ai i;ot in rechaoroe estimate's ova tr a canal coiu,:n;and a c'.
I. t;e field of tjubca. ll design, the dr.,ift report .i'as completed and it is under review
by tie Denver Office. T:Ce rerurt conta ins .ydrauli c design ci teri, and social studies in
tubewell orrflr nr nce. THe effects of :ex trn eiA s.' all 'uibev e i it fte recovery of tolerable
Around waters in saliui c'i eas .-ere also a part of tie special technical stjdic Tie icsult
of tnese st ,iies are inc i.pr: -ated into tie so-c tled "' inl. i n :ll; ''eview anti. :comrenda-
tionr .
The physics of the arou.'J water 'niniing i.rou '.s essentially have been
completed and pertinient poaramo ters are bei;- n selected for analytical studio .

The Chaj 2-B Analog Model study vwa r-evised to reflect new i;.ut data, and those
data were sent to the U:ited States Geoio-ical Sc rey at Pneon;:-:, Ari.-ona, USA, for
analysis of regional dato. WASID :,.:s received tle ditao and they are now being evaluated.
Water distributioon' and a locctio: studio. foi tfe Northern: Zcne are beia done in
cooperation with the Denver Planning Office, and t ,e program is being set up in detail.
Allocations of Treaty waters, and the di&. trii;l.tol of ,uilace and grIJund wafer supVlies were
studied during the report period.





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P RO J E C T P LA NNI N G

Feasibility Reports have been prepared for Projects 1, 2, 3, and 4. The project
studies for the uartfr v/ere centered around the Ipreparation of text and data for t\Ie Project
5 Report which is scheduled to be publised during the next quarter. Work was also being
done on the background studies for Project 6, the area coirmmanded by Panjnad Hoadwortts
in the Bahawalpur Region (Panjnad-Abbasia Canals). Data collection and field investiga-
tions were made in Barl Doub for agricu ltura I production and private tube ll development.
General review and specific interest studies were rnde in the other projects, and the
following is a brief discussion of the work that was directed by the Plannitg group toward
the development and operational surveillance of tae tubewell proiec s.

PROJECT ONE Central Recina Doab.

Additional anal sis was done on the performance of itrigaoion tulewels i., tlhe
Project 1 area for th!e benefit of tubewell design, studies, and the operational data were
analyzed to update e e tubewell records. Data collection contained on water levels,
drawdown, and water quality. .
Collection of operational data continued, and the data necessary for ieview of
overall and specific project performance were analyzed along vith construction records
to evaluate the adequacy of design and the status of corrosion of the tubewells.
The 1965 waier contour data were received from Was;d for the perform vance of the
Project 1 drawdown. These data are undergoing analyses to determine anticipated draw-
downs for future projects.

A plan of work to be carried out in the Khangah Dogran area pertaining to yield
estiete studies was detailed for Rabi 1965-66.
Effective precipitation values were prepared for the Project 1 area, and consumptive-
use calculations were nmde by the Blaney-Criddle method for the following crops:
Rice Cotton Sugarcane Maize Millets Cereals
Oilseeds Gram Kharif and Rabi Fodders Kharif and RaLi Vegetables
Orcnarcis and Miscellaneous Crops.


PROJECT TWO Chai Doaib.

Basic data collection for all distributaries and canal withdrawals for the Upper
Jhelum Canal and the Lower Jhelum Canal continued throughout th, quarter. Monitoring
records were initiated for it e Project 2 tubewells, and thi; nom ulinal itview and posting of
tubewell development and performance data continued Postings of drawdowns, specific
capacities, conductivities, and other pertinent data on the new wells were completed at
the time of drilling and development and testing. An ana I ,;is was r:adc of all wells that
have been completed to date for the Upper Jhelurn Subp it-, Khacir Unit, Lalian Unit,
and Mona Unit in an attempt to establish a relaf ionship l .-', ren len',tl of screen and
specific capacity .
Data were- assembled for the modification of the C'' 2-B Ai.alog Model. This
information was transmitted to the USGS Data Processing Center at P:ieonix, Ari,:orn, for






PROGRESS OF REGIONAL PLANNING OPERATIONS


1. COLLECTION, PRELIMINARY ANALYSIS, AND COMPILATION OF BASIC DATA

A. HYDROLOGY
Surface Water Supplies
Historic Canal Deliveries
Groundwater Levels
Groundwater Quality
Surface Drainage
Geologic Data

B.. CLIMATE
Precipitation
Temperature
Wind and Humidity

C. AGRICULTURE
Land Area
Soil Classification and Land Use
Salinity and Alkali Compilations
Crop Patterns ana Intensities
Soil Management Practices
Irrigation Practices
Crop Management Practices
Soil Reclamation Practices

D. ECONOMICS AND SOCIOLOGY
Transportation and Communication
Location and Description of Industry
Population
Consumption Patterns and Requirements
Social and Economic Conditions of Farmers
Marketing of Agricultural Products and Inputs
Land Holdings
Capital Accumulation Potential
Credit and Finance of Agriculture
Prices of Agricultural Products
Cost of Crop Production and Use of Inputs
Crop Acreages, Yield and Production

E. PRIVATE TUBEWELLS
Inventory and Location
Use and Cost

F. ANIMAL HUSBANDRY
Inventory and Feed Consumption
Projection of Numbers
Feed Requirements


2. PRELIMINARY STUDIES AND DEVELOPMENT OF DESIGN CRITERIA

Terms of Reference
Water Quality Standards
Consumptive Water Requirements
Leaching Requirements
Cropping Patterns
Target Intensities
Aquifer Characteristics
Ground Water Replenishment and Hydrologic Balance
Canal Command Water Requirements


3. SPECIAL TECHNICAL STUDIES

Duty of Water
Groundwater Hydraulics
Horizontal vs. Vertical Drainage
River Gains and Losses
Value of Water
Canal Remodelling Criteria
Feasibility of Canal Lining
Tubewell Design
Shallow vs. Deep Tubewells
Economics of Mining
Management of Salo; e Groundwater Areas
Performance of Opercrga Projects


4. FINAL INTEGRATED STUDIES

Definition of Project Areas
Allocation of Water Supplies and Systems Operation Studies
Regional Hydrologic Balance
Corollary Development
Project Works
Cost of Works
Schedule of Development and Budgets
Economic Analysis


5. PREPARATION OF REGIONAL PLAN REPORT

Initial Draft (by Sections)
Semi-Final Draft
Final Report
Maps, Charts and Figures


1965


I I t I I r T i 7


Oct Nov IDec


Jan Feb Mar


1966


Apr I May June July Aug


__ __ __ __ __ _


, -


LI


March 31, 1966


Percent of Completion


- i I _


- I ~I -


________________ I __________


I ,


PROGRESS OF REGIONAL PLANNING


OPERATIONS


1


c





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further analysis, T'e c'sult: of t i anal; s. will be used to shape tihe policy of developticont
in th!e Lov.'er J elurm Canal con:;:uad area of C;lai Doab. The USGS office at Lahore received
tie results of the Analog Mt-- el Studies, and wven the d:ta are turned over to the Planning
group or aniilysL i ;ll be o f de of the cv rueiro p iroc i am inc for planning the saline zone
develop l enr. These data 0v:l have regional i nplicK tions for planning purposes
Daf'- were collected 'rom shallow private tubv ells fcr ite "skimming well" design
rei.C re -en. .

I: tihe K!hadir UnIt. dielid Oar / fi.:, :he A r;ccult ;re S 'crion v-orked cdri ing the
report period to collect dc C: on soil.. The soi! survey was ;,i ',e co.:i .:!nd area of tabewell
No. 14 r.n tie Lalian Di-reotary 'coai R.D. 16 456-L i Chak H 60 SB. L:is survey ,-,s
nrde to deter'. in; e te soil types and drainage characteristics for i e 'ubeCwell cormimand.
T.venlt seven .xtieholes ,s ne a: ; t'ic atcua, and the u ,icultiral topo riaphic condition
and o -' er si.il fac '..rs c',: deter, in .

Il the Mona Ex.peimen-al Unit cop cuti i:; c.~Pj, enri: vee un.lcr.>ay thrtouaigho
the rI-port Derioc. A complete survey of 't e acrCeF ; .ders each d;Iriourt' ; //as made
and the data wore ,.-o,:pnred w.ti,h the outlet resist. rs ;ointai.ea Uy t.' I:r[i:ation Depcrt-!! .c
Tw'o nac s snowit( villages and oitiletr .o.:-rpnnd': wpe prepared T i:. is a prcl;: inary :r .d/
and w,--. o to ,n e ;a:ps i subject to revision.
C op yield experi ients were cca;ied out on 75 sugarcane plots and 70 turnip ploi:-
T' -', cr.o- s w-/ere harvrted a -ariC ci d ram rIecC ded. The fh:t install I lme t of 74 soil samples
a;c' ...,t ro W csii f,.r anial :. T 'c agri.. ui .re r., i ,:iated iore crop cutting experi .int:
and several ( ilCm ers off : sti ;ee iv_ :Relyv ena d ci n ;e ccti. ities of rite KM an!
E.per; rneime al Sc'e-,e and !t: o ..' '" : i functions. Hi: i 's : f crops a id 'present ::ripp ing
patteiIns were analy ved, aloni ";ai um u: eme:soi and vwate deliveries. The cbserve:-
tions frioa tis e ;pel'-enric, a'.ev.cll unit ill be used to modify and to implement future
devc op ment.
Data concerning ti.,biwel! I!.rfor once and developing and testing procedures were
olbtained troi : th-j Kha:iir Ui;: a.id r' ec i.:ns:truction areas of the Upper Jhelum Subproject.
Wi-'er 'uaiit!. data and strti:.r,, ,ere! a aiy d ifr the UJC area in conjunction with the
tubcwell construction Drcrunran


PROJECT THREE Li'owr T'i l Doc:.

Data on a few wells wv-re obtained en elec-tric logs were received from Wasid for
some of the wells in the Aliour Unit icc .
Tubewell supplies, c',.n! supplies :and hisrtric deliveries were tabulated in con-
junction with the regional and C project water supply analyses. The related problems of the
development of ground water supplies and the proxi iity of the saline :ones were studied
in detail along wit h drainage and can i! recharge investigations.


PROJECT FOUR Upier Recl.ia DoaL .

The Planning group suLbrniiied to WAPDA a "Me n-orand..m for a Greenbelt Proposal
for Lah-:.re" ,hichi would establish a .sta le far co' r dity are near the highly populated







!mun-icipal center. T' is are: ro -e considered is the o -. n 'po rtion of Project 4, that portion
between the Rav Ri ;;,v Dega, No!lah ad trie dRBD Lin:- Cana!. Some 900 tube,,ells are
tentatively sicheduced tfo development of tKi aea T o populati ow of Lahore, along
with projected rea :cmr cnts for farn commodities, make te develop eat of this aiea a civic
necessity: .
A ma r p portion of thi s arca wrV cpored for bar ei negotiate ions ith t-he Socialist
Federal Republic of Yugoslavia under the trr.s of ite hManjtanwala Contract Docurment: in
which about 500 tubecwells were under cosideation in the area south tro- tne La-'.cre-
Sheikliiupurao i;,ah.-a See Plate 3 and Plate 4 fo:r te location of the proposed MangtaNi/ala
Unit of 900 tjubCwell:.


PROJECT FIVE Low," Rc..:ira DOa.:a

WV/a!e-r Veo ;remeits for tie Project 5 aiea wele prepared, along witl a map
showv.inc t',e boulnda' is of the "I 're .'.ediate" and saline'" .one:. A around water salinity
1nap fur tie Project 5 ;:ea ..a. irep.ired, sil~wing pi.i ;cal p.opei ties of toe ground wvatoi
of Lower: Reciinc Du-, .
Text and i:l str:i. ns for nc hydr logy p r"1ion of i-e Pr.ject 5 Report were
c0.plcted Wa-tei i'uiri0.Cns 0er c empured and th er mi-.cell.cneou-: ccrnputati.,n were
niude o canal dai veries, pi. sert and past operations, and for f i,!e deliver,, pattern .
C anal reniodell in ; require ents fi tl,e "saline" and "inter-.ediate z one. ncre
initiated. Tie study is approximately 50 percent completed. Data nave been collected
and quantities and cost figures are now being fi ializied.
Fut ,re arouiund wcter projections f tle water : table conditions were being
prepa ed. No cal .;stud is available and riaphic analyia c : beinr used through out the
enti;. reject area. These wclt-i balance studies will be i:,cluded in the Pi-iect :) Repot.
Re.llocation of canal supplies were i de for tie project ai a based on the
"no~saline", "hitci odiaie e and "saliVe" -one analyses for estimating tubewell eeuirements
and surface watoi canal deliver es, aind to deter ine -'ixinig procedures.
Most of tre concentrated efo At by the Planning staff centered around the
development of the Project 5 Repoit. Additional i!lur a t ion:s ..,ere completed and nost of
tie calculations w ere completed during the ouarrer. Collection of out lt register data
vas comp leted and checked.
Soil, and area data for Pro ect 5 'Aere assembled and computed by dis ibutary
and by high and low rainfall zones, and by salinitv area. Caral emnodelling rcauirements
and costs were nearly cor' pleted, t,'is was also the case for surface diain iage studies,
A II c.i reactions were made to the Project 5 maps, and final corrected copies
vere sent to Derve Lineni sepias are under preparation for photographic rcductiuo. and
color offset prin;tir n ct Lahore.
Four junior engineers from the Reclamation Engineering Division worked on the
data collection and compilation pogram for the project area. Tihey are on temporary
transfer to help expedite the project preparation schedule of the Planning Division.
Numerous background studies w re mode to supply data and parameters for the
Project 5 Report in ti e fields of econo ics, hydrology and agricult :re.
Tables for publishing water require ments data by distri t'tary for the project
area on a inti hlyl basis were prepared. These date will be a pjari of the Project Report.
Effective precipitation tables in acre feet per 1000 acres of CCA were prepared
for the project area. Additional investigations were made into tie field operations for
wheat and sugarcane The Project 5 Report will be published during tf'e next quarter.





65-C .25


PROJFCT SIX Paiiad Command.

The collection of data for the Project 6 area progressed throughout the report
period. The private tubcvwell i'..ve team for the Panjnad area ;i being :.Hoined in the
Montgom r- / District survey The data collection program to supple:-rient pifer-- tiun pre-
viosl' collected for the Project 6 area should be underway early next quarter. This --ioject
area is that portion of tfhe Bahawvalpcur Pla.i wvii c ~tcei,'es irrigation ,'aters fr omi tlhe Panjnad
Hcadwv/' This is the sout:er.imost i;ioject in t- Upper Indus Basi development program.
Mops vwere ipr epred for r. e b, the so.e. vc tear, and oii-. has begun on the
collection of irrigation c.jotlet register d ta The data collected cunccercT in the canal systers,
'wate u supplies, and water .;alitv were reviewed d,.in the qcartei A project base : ,0 of
t'e area is being prepared for field use and planning purposes.


LOWER BARI DOAB.

The i ivate tu oewell sa;'.v y was conilted in Muitan District. Agricultural
statistics vere gathered fro.': te lower portion of itri Doab by Tehsil foi information vital
to project and regional planninig. Survey data were co p leted in Venari, Kihanewal and
Kabir, I-la Tetsils and tie data ./ure correlated w-it: Union Co ojncll statistics for the area.
The data concerned private supplemental water development related tu numrncr
of tubewevlls, tore analysis, Persion wheels, average diareters of tubeNvcl s; data on installa-
tion and com mence -:c.t{ of tube-iell operations, tubewell poI pulation on a distributary c.sis,
cultivated area per tue.well, and the actual area cs ved b/ the private tubewells.
Te following table is a summary of power supplies fo0 private tubevwells ,.
ihese Tcsikl of Lower ktnii Doab:

Tehsil Diesel Electlic Tractor Drawn Total
Tubewell Tubewe Il T;juewe Il
Si ja bad 434 12 4 450
Multan 878 202 21 1,101
Mails; 1,209 4 1 1,214
Vehar; 835 529 0 1,364
Lodhran 1,088 0 1 1,089
Khanewal 1,254 302 12 1,568
Kabirwvala* 773 14 2 789

'Excludes that portion of Kablr-ovala Tahsil in the Project 5 area.

Maps showing location of private tubewell doveloprent were prepared for
Multan District by Tehsil.

Field personnel were actively engaged in the collection of irrigation maps, data
concerning roads, communications, and agricultural development. Information concerning
fcnrr:ing methods, far-.in tcls and farmi animralis was gathered from all sources.
Ground w'ver data were reviewed for KBai Doab, and iifornuation received froW
WASID was reproduced and the data were trans' tted to the Denver Office. Soil survey
reports, as well as chemical ainal ses of shall anri deep vwate sources, topographic conditions,
and soil classification maps were obtained f. much of the area in Bari Doab south of
VMoni: go mer; .





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eocj1i e ec :;ic C Vrid NIur(r a nd Rcc I ri cGui-, Pt I dex. M!vp of Pt c.,
r9)*cc I,,. c(v J Unit cIiIuded At Pi -(e 4 PI- I1 9 i'II COoX t





65-C.27


P L A N r I N G

ACTIVITIES FOR THE FOURTH QUARTER OF THE FISCAL YEAR 1965 66

The Foctith Q a-t-'! : ctivitics i II include t h comno letio i and publication of the
Project f Report, draft co,r plc 'ion cr much of t:: Regional Plan Rep; rt, and detailed in-
vestigation: into the Project 6 arc':. Addition al computer prog;ranmr il, will be done, and
the Planning -taff w Il remain active in the data collection program for trcject und regionair
p lnnI ryi .
Dawa collection v ill continue in rari Doab, and the private tubevell :. rveyv cam
being trained in thjr survey of Montaonomcry Di trict will transfer to the Project o area foi
tne development of a survey on private tubewe ll in the Panijad-Abbasia region. These
-.r oer .'ill include sources of supplemental water, tubevicll operation and maintenance,
po,'e. supplies, apc i cultural development and econorri:.
V/irk w,'ill co,:.inuue 't. WASID on thli preparation and publication of soil', data
for tihe Northern Zone and in tn int'-iretntior of around .a-/tei and saliityi data.
Thie nionit: rina piogrcam wiv i I c.H tinue for Project 1 and Project 2, and agricultural
observa-' iont and crop cutting experiments will be pb rt of the activity ies fir the next -quarter.
The v;wo being done in the A la Expelircienal Sctheie of Project 2 will continue, and
dat.'. i'. i 'i he collected concerning rhe operation of tJbew ells, valer deliveries, and land
usE .
CanCal errodell ig and drainage e t.di ic 'i' c, ir:inuc ', :long .' ith t d ilC development
of vater rc, uire' e::t data for the N.. iZno; ZoTi. Tie supple, e:t:'l d'ta collection pro-
gam'. will be active& to acqnu;ie additional data on econo; ics, acp:' :ru i7 c, and ground water
cond ion .
vMost of the Regional econorn:ic anal/seo should be completed foi tole Regionl Plan
Report. The Tuboewell Design Report will be completed and additional eci e ical studies
will be ui-C'er)at enr.









LEGEND
PROJECT AND SUBDIVISION BOUNDARIES

PROJECT NO. I CENTRAL RECHNA DOA8

PROJECT NO.2 CHAJ OOAB

PROJECT NO. 3 LOWER THAL DOAS

] PROJECT NO.4- UPPER RECHNA DOAS

PROJECT O.5 LOWER RECHNA DOAS

















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STATUS OF CONSTRUCTION

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COMPLETED


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WATER AND POWER DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY
TIPTON AND KALMBACH, INC.- ENGINEERS

GROUND WATER AND RECLAMATION PROGRAM

LOCATION MAP


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TABLE I
GROUND WATER AND RECLAMATION PROGRAM
PROJECT SUBDIVISIONS

COLOR PROJECT PROJECT TITLE AND SUBDIVISIONS SERIAL IDENTIFYING
CODE NUMBER NUMBER NUMBER

|I I CENTRAL RECHNA DOAB 1
Pindi Bhattian Unit 1 101
Chichoki Mallian Unit 2 102
Chuharkana Unit 3 103
Jaranwala Unit 4 104
Shahkot Unit 5 105
Zafarwal Unit 6 106
Khangah Dogran Unit 7 107
Sangla Hill Unit 8 108
Beranwala Unit 9 109
Harse Sheikh Unit 10 1010
Hafizabad Unit 11 1011
Shadman Unit 12 1012

2 CHAJ DOAB 2
Lalian Unit 1 201
Mona Unit 2 202
Khadir Unit 3 203
Upper Jhelum Subproject 21
Sohawa Unit 4 214
Busal Unit 5 215
Phalia Unit 6 216
Lower Jhelum Subproject 22
F-1 Unit 7 227
F-2 Unit 8 228
L-1 Unit 9 229
Gujrat Plain Unit 10 2010

3 LOWER THAL DOAB 3
Kot Adu Unit 1 301
Alipur Unit 2 302
Rangpur Unit 3 303
Saline Zone 4 304


W U 4 UPPER RECHNA DOAB 4
Marala-Ravi Unit 1 401
Mangtanwala Unit 2 402




S5 LOWER RECHNA DOAB 5






























R E C L A M A T I O N


D IV ISIO N


(Only the time spent on Regional and Project Planning is chargeable to tic Loon.)


E N G I N E E R I N G





65-C.29


SALINITY CONTROL AND RECLAMATION CONSULTING SERVICES


L A M AT I N


ENGINE
George H. Geil


RING 1


REC


1. Surface Drainage Section
M.S. Chaudiry

2. Field Engineering Section
Robert J. Crowley

3. Design Engineering Section
George H. Geil

4. Data and Mapping Section
Clarence E. Erickson, Jr


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65-C.30


TECHNICAL STAFF
RECLAMATION ENGINEERING
Personnel Classiiication


Third Quarter
1965-66


(Pa i ; und E,,,-arriate")


CHIEF RECLAMATION ENGINEER

SURFACE DRAINAGE SECTION
Drainage Engineer
Senicr Engineer
5 Junior Engineers
2 Junior Engineers (vacancies)
O, erscc r; vacancies)
FIELD ENGINEERING SECTION
Field Encinee
Senior Engineer
11 Junior Ena ineers
Land Reclo-nralon Officer
3 Assistant Land Reclamation Officer;
8 Zilladar:
19 Patwari;
12 Overreers
DESIGN ENGINEERING SECTION
Design Engineer
Senior Enginecr
5 Junior Engineerc
Ovelseei

DATA AND MAPPING SECTION
Of fice Engineer
Senior Engineer
Junior Engineer
Circle Head Draftsrman
5 Drafts.,-a
18 Tracers


To a ls :


George H. Geil"


(vacancy' )
M. S. Chaudhry





Robert J. Crowle>
Syed Mehboob Hussain Shah








George H. Goil'
Ijaz Ahmrad Hurmayun





Clarence E. Eric'son, Jr.
liaz Ahmad Humayun
Sharaf Sultan
(Vacancy)


1 Chief Reclamation Engin*er' 13 Overseers
2 Section Heaod, 5 Dr;:ftsn;en
3 Seniol Engine.r. (4 posirtii 18 Tracers
22 Jul:i, r Enginjner 8 Z .ludors
1 Land Recla actionn Officer 19 Patwaris
3 Asst Land Reclarat on Officers

9 5 Technical personn., t t!,e end of the T 'ird Quarter 1965-66,
(Januar/ through Mi. :,0).





65-C.31


RECLAMATION ENGINEERING

During the T.ird Qua ter of the Fiscal Year 1965-66, Janua:iy through Malc, the
activities of the Recliati .n Engineering Division were directed toward tihe preparation
and publication of engineeii g drawings for drainage and reclanation works, the assembly
of design data, and survey and inspection of drainage :tructures and wuri.. Data collection
remained a major part of to activities of the field crews, an.I field and office siting of
tubewells continued to be a responsible part of the progress shown for the Division.
Contract Documents were prepared for the Mangtanwala Unit, which is proposed
to contain 900 tubewells in me Irea between Degh Nallah, the Ravi River, and the BRBD
Link Canal. Draft copies were completed and given to the Con-tr -ctilon Division for
aistibiution to WAPDA and the Contractor, Ge istrazivanja of Zagreb, Yugoslavia. Office
siting and field siting of tbewells in t is area wv in progress, and preliminary sites have
been prepared in anticipation of the construction program .
Preparations were ni;,de foi the publication of the contract documents for the
construction of vwri s frc the Khadir Unit distribution syste,;, and ails. for tie Soha.wa Unit
of Project 2.
Field investigations vee made at the site of -onstruction of tie Fall St: tore cum
V.R. Lridg!e on . na Da-in at R.D. 1-900. VWork w/as in program' and the devwat'ling
mi-tfnods were observed. Meetings were field with the Deputy Chief Engineer, Sardur
Allah Bakhsh, on const action policy and cedu and t!ine ubewe sit;, ,crogiran .
Design production nscedules were prepared for each nonti and submitted to the
Authority tiKrougi the Pioject Director, Khan Abdul Hamid Khan,.
MeetinuH h .eiae held with tie Consuitant staff, Planning Dii:ion and the Con-
struction Division in coordination of the tubewell and dLainage *. r.s, tle production cf
drawings for field use, and a review of the field condition; Consihution dr.'wings were
reproduced to meet t:e needs of the field supervisor, personnel and the demands of the
Contractor .
Field rip's vere rrade to the Upper Jnllun; Subproject, the Kiiadir Unit, and other
parts of the Project 2 area for field siting of tubewv l ..:nd inspection of .jrainau e /cr!ks.
VWork was i rtor in Alipur Unit of Projec: 3, WKth :ubeoell siting and construction of
vwrl-: showed a man ied increase during the Wquarter. Field siting of ru bewells was done in
the Kot Adu Unit in prepcraiion of construction :ires for the Conrstractor. Bid Opening
w.,: held at Sunny. View/ in tie conference room on the 16th of March V'/hn the Contract
is avwaded, a good number of advance construction sites v ill be ready. Fol infor:-ot ion
concerning the tubowell iting progaium ee the plogies: reported under the Field Engireering
Section for Prlects 2 and 3.
The Recla:nation En ineering Division w..rked with the Planning Division on the
preparation of illustrations and data collection for, for the P-rject 5 Report and the
Regional Plan Re, port. Estimates were made on the- costand time req ire rr.ents for the ipre-
:Irotion and printing of the Pr:ject 5 Report
Policy and planning m- eeiia is were le i: wl oersonnr el of the P;. nn'. ; ::
Construction Div; :,ion., ian wIv;, t.e P -jcct': Mat i Rob.irt C. Bolger Muci of the
concentrated effort during toie report period was directed toar t the immediate needs of
Wapdo and the Consultant in providing data and field information for the flexible tubew'el
siting and construction program. Data required by Planning were furnished on a prlorit/









lasis o meet e e ro c.e. o"f ;we cc lIcraid piojecr and regional pinning sc edules.
The progr. .oi d cy rTe Rec :.iailon Eni; .neeiin DIvi.un is given in dei til by
Section on Oic i f!0. :; puge Re~f' ce io ie r 'jci c c c;', be ouboilcned frorf
Pi'otc, 3 e'nd -- aind f!Ic pWou .- of coi:.: Cil f Or : iubewell prormani cand drainage wuorKs
fLr ie period can be obri.:e iron, Conshucrio, Pi o rs, Reporis rc 40, 41 and 42
Published by Ce C uc'.. I.n Dvision iur the monh s of J riuai /, FeLuri r/ and MA;.rc ,
respectivel/ .





65-C.33


SURFACE DRAINAGE SECT I N

Tie. p-ouirre es poi ed by r'ie SC face Drainage Seal ion ,.r the report r period I.
leccrded by Doab fur ihe ccieo ls of (i ) Office engineieing and i; Field elnineeri ig
aciiviTies.
Several field t hio were rrode by the Senioi Engineer, .S. Chaud i/ and i. raff
to siudy drainage alinents and to do fiied siting f rubwev : The Section worked un
lie siiig for ;,e v;Aigraini. a i Unit nd prepared tubo.well location maps for thati areas .
Prourless for ihe Sectioi i i- reported as rollo.::

Cl AJ DOAB
PRO JECT 2
( ) O office En ineer;ny:
Plan and Profile dai gakvis of ':ie Chenau Escape Cianiel were reviewed a'nd
data f. tnhe rea v,/ee checked.
O office .;ii..."s of rie foilov"i;ng proposed drai:;s uiiicder tiie UJC airca were
studied and supple iemtar i ;:f(r :;ction added on a-.sk banal pL;..is anid pie; inari/
drawigs: Dino. M a:!d Drain, Mati a Drain, Siw.a< Drai:'., Di'aiul Drai;', Toitai Pul
Draini, i-L Bra,,ci of D:iunoia Drain, iid I-L, 2-R and -R iR ;,i :aric; tcu Ti:aitc
Pui Drai;;.
EnrJirinering drawiLs foi Gujia Drain, Bheki Drcin, Crenab Escape, and Ran
Drain were reviewed during thie Wuarter. A study was mcide of the P.i .E Drnin
from chak bandi pia, i le.:ode i pi i ourpose..
Structi;res io be re.iod-elIcd or constructed aiong Bahauddin Ko! Baluch Drain
were fi " n-ited to tiie Deilg:-i Secri,,.
The office si ing of Majra and P.R.K. Drains were completed. SSWL data
for Ajcowal, liar;a and Miana Gooida Drainis vere added !:. the Pit:n and Profile
sneers.
Plan oand Profile drawings for 32 nilleb of the Horia Drain were submitted to
the Design Section for design of the drainage system and works.
Data concerning bench marks, profile and survey cuives were reviewed.
Data for the extension of Bahauddin Kot Baluch Diain were checked and
plotted for iprfile and curve di tensions,
Work toward the cromnletion of tie ioc.ation of strucitres aloni Miana Gondal
Drain was in progress and check prints were completed for 1-L and 1-R Branches.


(2) Field Ergineering:
Bench narks were fixed along the proposed Diaul Drain alignment frum R.D.
0-000 io R.D. 31+967. Design alignment and SSWL surveys were completed.
Tie design profile survey was completed for Dhaul Drain, and structures along
the Bahauddin Kot Baluch Drain were checked and finalized.
Dcepi to water table observations vere made in the Chut-Rukan runoff measure-
ment siudy area.

Work in the Project 2 area was primarily done in the Upper Jhelum Canal command
area in survey and design of tie drainage siyser: netwoi for that region.





65-C. 34



LOWER THAL DOAB
PR( JECT 3
( ) Office Enoinioc i'i
Coili ucti'n dfiv in s for Gha '1 Ghut Ma in Dici, charinel e. cvation were
co''plertd cr', tain,,s ',o d I. tc Deputy Chi;f Engineer for i uplme t-' irn
Revisions were :ade io Budh Baicn Duiin f iiio Kut Adu system to c ,nd
t;.e bianch ani C, 3,200 leet.

(2 Field Engin uue i :
A fi ,, :. Ti he Lower Thi c -o vwus n.de by the Seniol Engineer, /W.
CKud y;. He rv iwe',d 0e additions t te rainag;e system and the eliminations
of some of the structures alung Kut Adu and Budh Brarch Drains.
Cros -sectionr. the eOraining sites fo si : .' a lo ig Gha. Ghart M .ii
Dr;ai; wee r.', .owed in n fie.l Rev i s w; ne ;do u c drawins and t'.'
'., e subm.L ttod to the Desi ,i' Section.

UPPER RECIIHA DOAB
PRO JECT 4
) Office Engineering:
OuCtMt register data for M/nytarno!i a Unilt were printed and copies at. ,no'bied
for use in oUi ce and fi Id siting.
Outlet eogister dato for the area of Sheikhupura were reproduced and 200
outlets w'me, rolec Ced on the aerial pihotoiaphs. Office sibling f1r field locations of
tubewells have ocen coyp leted fr near ly 500 wel I in the area of Sheikhuplra and
M' ianaw The proposed Mangtanv'a la Unit will cI I..pri e about 900 wells in
the orea between Degh Nallah, the Ravi Rivor and the BRBD Link Canal. Thil
Unit will contain about 25 percent of the tubewells planned fur the project area.

(2) Field E:gineering:
Field siting uf tubewells in the project. area was in progress in t'he Mangtanwala
Unit and the Sheikhupura Unit. Site sketch maps were prepared and data collection
continued throughout tie report period.





65-C.35


F IE L.D ENG INEER I N G SEC T IO N

The progress reported by the Field Engineering Section co- es from the Lahboe office
and the Multan office. Robert Crowley directed the field and office siting of tubcv.ells in
Project 2 and Project 4, assisted by Sycd Mehboob Hussain Soha, Senia Enginieer. The wor
done in Project 3 vwas under the direction of Project Engineer, Gene Wnite, assisted by
Senior Engineer M. Ataur-Rehman.
Tubewell location ma-I iHve been i epvred foi all ureas where the tubewell con-
struction program in progress, and for areos v/iwere construction is forthcoming. Progress,
for tubewell siiing and ditriitition works is given by project area, as follows:

PROJECT NC. 2 (Chaj Doab)
UPPER JHELUM SUBPROJECT

BUSAL UNIT (250 tuibcel s)
A tota of 250 s;etc and data foirns concerning tube'well sites and well data
have Leon transinitted to the Construction Divisior,.
PHALIA UNIT (377 tubewellk)
A total of 322 sketch and data fo :,s concerning tfbewelk, sites and well data
have been transm''itted to the Construction Division. During tne quarter 15
for"s were completed. Field sit in di' t ibution and office proceFsing of data
were reviewed, and nmot of the work for the Phalia Unit was done on relocation
of field sites to m-eet construction conditions.
SOHAWA UNIT (250 i be'wlcli)
A t.ta I of 250 site siet h and data for-' have been trans fitted to the Construc-
tion Division.

PRCJECT NO. 3 (Lover T.,al Doab)

KOT ADU UNIT (';00 tubewells)
Field 'nappii if existing watercourses has been completed fur 900 channels.
During the quarter i00 channels were surveyed. Chak Bandi siting has been
completed foi 4/5 sites. Final office siting has been done for 150 sites, and
Field Siting and Distribution have been completed for 110 sites. Bidders for
t;ce Kot Adu Unit were in the area to investigate field conditions, construction
methods, supply, housing, etc., in preparation for the opening of the Tenders
to be submitted the Autnoiity. Proqualified Bidders were shown the contract
area by the Project Three engineering staff. Representatives froni the following
co ,'ii anies w ie on inspection tours of t'ie project area:
(1'. Co apao nie Industriolle de TIravaux (France'
(!. Harold T. Snith, Inc. (USA)
(3). Deutsche Schachtbau-und Tifibohr G.r-i. .H. (V/. Gernrny)
(-). Soutieastern Asia Drilling, Inc. (USA)
(5). Soc. An. Fondedile, S.p.A. (!' y)
(6). Johann Kellor G. Ig. ('V. C rmnny)
(I. Swissboring Overseas C rori r:ltionr Ltd. (Switz:-erland)

Bids were opened by the Authority on the 16th of March, and field siting of
tubcwells is in ,iogresc in anticipation of the construction program following Award of
Contract.





65-C.36


ALIPUR UNIT (500 Tubevells)
Field mapping of existing water court ses has been completed. Dtta collection and
chak band office sitig iare completed. Fiua office siting as been completed
for 420 sites, an increase of 210 sites dur ing the quarter. Anld, 210 additional
Field Siting and Di tribution Plans inave been made to bring the total to 370 sites
comp leted.

RANGPUR UNIT (500 tubewell')
Data collection and preli rinry site locations on chak band :m ps have been
completed for the Rangpui Unit.


PROJECT NO. 4 (Upper Rechna Doab)

MARALA RAVI UNIT (300 tubewells)
Field sitina of tubewells for the Marala-Ravi Unit has been completed for about
50 construction site Work in the unit area was stopped in September 1965,
and construction is scheduled to resume in September 1966. (See Plate 3).
Siting and Di.tribution work resumed in March foi the Marala-Ravi Unit, and
10 field sites ,.c e completed during the report period.

MANGTANWALA UNIT (900 tubewells)
This is the area bet.veen Degh Nallah, the Ravi River and the BRBD Link Canal.
Some 900 tubewells are scheduled for construction About 500 preliminary sites
were completed for tois area. (See Plate 4 for location of the proposed Unit.)
And. 180 locations have been field sited along the tail of Syedwala Distributaor
and its minors to the end of the report period.


The field personnel which were transferred to the Pioject 5 area to assist in the data
collection program remained on duty with the Planning group. They worked with the field
personnel of Planning in gathering data for the Lower Rechna area and Regional Planning.

Office processing of field data continued throughout the report period. Tubewell
siting data were checked and tabulated, and the results were given to the Projects Manager
and the Construction Division for equipment requirements and Contract information.

Much of the activity during the Third Quarter was directed to'vard review of field
siting and making relocations for the Upper Jhelum Subprojcct. Tubewell location maps
were revised, and data were recorded and tabulated for all areas active in the tubewell
siting program.

Seven field crews, each containing one junior engineer, one overseer and three
laborers are active in the Project 4 area. Five crews are working in the Mangtanwala
Unit, and two crews are working in the Marala-Ravi Unit on the tubewell siting program.









ENGINEERING SECTION


Contract Documents were prepared f r construction and drainage projects, and
reviews were made of engineering drawings and contract conditions. Fiekl investigations
were .,ade for design purposes and for infer actionn concerning construction procedures.
Progress for i:oa Design Engineering Section includes the activities of tie Ciief
Reclamation Engineer :.:d the functions of tie Design group. The progress for this Section
is reported by doab, as follows:

CHAJ DOAB
Contract No. 2-209 for construction of the Fall Structure cum V.R. Bridge on
Mona Drain at R.D. 1 -900 was awarded to M.S. Mahmood and Soleem Akhtal .
A preconstiuction conference was held at the site on January 27, 1966. It was
attended by the Contractor and representatives of the Authiority and the Engineer.
Field investigations were late ;.iade to study the dewatering methods used in the
construction of the fall structicre foundations. The status of construction was
discussed with the Deputy Chief Engineer, Sardar Allah Bakhsh Twenty five
additional copies of the fall structure contract were prepared and transmitted to
the Construction Division.

Design work on the New Bhera Drain outfall was revised by raise ina the bed level
and eli 'iiating fhe fall structure This was necessary because of the silting
problems that w.'uld be caused by the Jlelum River.

Channel cross-sections for Kot Baluch Drain were finalized for the Link Canal
office of Tipton and Kalmbach, Inc., so that the siphon crossing tie Rasul-
Qadiroaad Link canal might be designed properly.

Award of Contract was nade on Jansar,' 20, 1966 to Messrs. Abdusalam Mohd.
Ihiaque and C for construction of t:ie structures for Chot and Rukan Drains,
Contract No. 2-203.

Construction drawings for the Shahpur Branch Culvert were approved by the
Irrigation Branch on January 31, 1966 and WAPDA has been given notice to
proceed with the construction.

Design engineering drawings were ieviev.ed for the drainage works proposed in
tne Upper Jhelum Canal command, ad design work wa: done for I-..,ihoddin Kot
Baluch Drain, Haria Drain, and the Miana Gondal Draiin. Depth to water table
and pertinent observations were reviewed for the dato collected in the Chot-Rukan
runoff measure menlit study area.

THAL DOAB
Ghar::i Ghat Main Drain conni action drawings for the proposed channel excavation
were completed and the data we a transmitted to tie Deputy Chief Engineer for
implementation .

An inspection trip was madc: oy the Chief Reclarmation Engineer, George H. Goil,
to the area of Kot Adu Main Drain for the purpose of checking the quantities


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rubr itted for monthly payment by t;e Contrractor for structures on that drain .
In addition concrete tests were mnad by Swiss Ha:-imer on structure at
vhich the ;:..: cylinders showed lowv-str:,;t;i concrete.

Construction drawinm' for tHe "Aqdjeduct cum Foot Briidee" were revised rind
trans 'itted t.o ap 1 ; rite offices.


Prepor'ition was being made for the publication of documents for construction of tce wori s
fmr the Khadir Unit Distributi on S/stem. Quantiri..s were calculated and tie cnc;ineciing
drawings were being p'eparcd for publication in t;ie documents. About 50 copies of the
distribution documents are under preparation .

Enginceiing dravkinaw for Contiact N 2-203 were reproduced for the pireiparatioi of 40
copies of i:c contract docu:'aents for "Chct-Rukan Drain Struct ,rcs The documents were
r-xund and transmitted to the Construction Division.





The Design Engineering Section nicita:iied thie prooress chorts and tice n.roram
schedules for the en in eering office. Monthly progress reports wv'c: e iubirittld to the
Authority t'irough t'e Project Director concerning the progress. of wor-s undertaken and
personnel rcquiremer:t These reports were also submitted to the De;iver Office of the
Enaineer.





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DATA AND MAPPING SECTION

Tic Data and Mapping Section functioned as a ge nal service unit for the Planning
Division, the Reclau- nation Engi:nr iing Division and the Constr. action Division in providing
the drawings and data needed for their activities on a direct dWily basis. Tie wui of t.e
Section f.i t re report period i n recorded by the following categoric :: (!) Publication of
Documents, (2) Data Cullclion, and () Office Engineering.

(i) PUBLICATION OF DOCUMENTS:

Progress Report No. 65-B .as completed and copies weei distributed to WAPDA and
the Consultants. The report contained the sum i/ry of Iroogess f.r t:c Planning and Recla-
: nation Engineering Divi ions for too Second Quarter of tie Fiscal Year 1965-66, October
i';i.uc,' December, and the work done applicable to the "Salinit y Control and Reclamation
Cons itino Services" covered under the "069" AID agreement The copies given to Wopda
G: Jund Water and Reclar motion Division vwere trainsmitted to the Director General, Planning
and Invest igtions, which office assembled a composite piogies0 repo t w ith ttoe progress
.um 'i:'-y front. Harza for t!at same period. The two reports weie published under a single
COver .

For it:e Constru.ction Divibion, Pr'igress Reports 39 and 40 w.ree curn:k;leted and pub-
lished for t.ie months of Decembern and Junu ,r /, respectively Te Tw :1 for t:ese reports
was ,-roep, red by tie Constr.uction Division. Composition anid co: pletiu; of t:e constrJcilion
reports veredone by tie Data and Mapping Section. The illustratk'ni, color plates, offset
printing, printing of cover stock, and biindiog were also done by thii Section. Appioxi :tely
90 copies of each report were prepared for distribution and office use. Tie bound vol rnes
were handed over to the Construction Division for distribution.

About 40 copies of the Contrrct Documents for t!e Stroctures for Chot-Rukan Drain
were cornileted by the Design Erngineeinn Section, arid tie document t were bound and
trao s is itted to the Construction Division.

Arrangements were made for tie proci.rreent of pre-cul papc stock foi publication
of the numerous tables and data sheets fur the documents for construction of tire Khadir Unit
Distribution S.'ste; Covers have been printed by offset and t'e docu'oents are to be
completed ;i Aprli.

Twenty five copies of the contract documents for tlh '"F ll S, uct re cumn V.R. Bri dge,
Mona Drain, R.D. 1 900", were bound ad returned to the Design Section for transmissi on
to the Construction Division.

Contract Documents for the Construction and Electrifi-:ction of Tubowells for the
MangtarnvnIa Unit of Project 4, Upper Rochna Doab, were prepared and 15 copies were
handed over to the Construct ion Division for distribution to the Authority and tie Contractor.
As soon as the contract is approved, about 150 copies of the documents will be prepared for
distribution.

Bid Tabulation sheets and Bid Comparison sheets fio the Kot Adu Unit were completed
and returned to the Construction D;vision. Bid d::ta fro the Tenders opened at tne Bid





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Openi;n) held o,- 16 March at t-ie headquarters of the Autho it; v/ile drafted on the Bid
Coun-ptison, and copies of t ese documents have been made for publication and disi ri.jution
ouru0joss This work : wvus done under the direction of the Construction Division.


(2) DATA COLLECTION :

Data were collected from Irrigation Department offices in Lla Doab, Bahawalpur,
Rechna Doob and from the Canil Offices in Lahore. Data concerning iirigation subdivisions
and Tehsil and Union Council boundaries were acquired for the Plconningl Division. The
data collection programm is under t e supcrvi: ion of t ie Junior Enciineei, Shia of Sultan, and
rost of this n/oi during the ou rter was onl a specific request basis for c( rtoin information
of pri-: c ry i importance to regional and project planning.
T:ie imer;ods used for field copy of reproducikie data are basically that of making
sunboard sepias and stopping t e developmeri stages until the sepias ore brought back to
LaIore to be developed by tne ammo control blueprinting machine'. Results have been
satisfactory, and during the quortp:v copies were made of L-scctions, C 'ak Bandi maps,
Index Maps for irrigation subdivisions, District, Tehsil and Union Council .naps, and other
surnial7i data w ..ir-h could be le- oduced .
Data vcrie assembled fro: EBW ia al pt ur region for t;io piear i- n of Project 6, the
Paminad Abbosio co rTnd Indec-. tsm~s and other supplemc ial d';r for t'e area were
reproduced and trans: itted to the Planning office.


(.) OFFICE ENGINEERING:

The drafting room personnel prepared engineering drawings and made revisions to
drawings for existing and proposed drainage systems. Tjbewell oc ti .n maps were traced
and phiot:-reductions were :nade f-.r publication in documents. Charts and data collection
forms were I repared for Planning, Construction and Reclamaticn Englineering Divisions.
Work continued on the tracing of soil, data and the making of blueprints for the
soil surveys prepared by WASID. Tie thacing walo< is being supervised by the Wasid personnel
and the draftsmen of the Data and Mrp,'ing Section.
Preparations were made for the publication of the Project 5 Report, and tie cost
estimates were gJiven to Planning and the Piojects Manage, .
The blueprinting machine at 31-Main was sent back to tie company from which it
was purchased for repairs and replacement of certain parts in the development stage. The
big machine at 27 E-1 was in wcri ing order throughout the qucilter, and copying service
-was ;rov.ded for Project Prepor! n ion n a doily reanii-rrment basis. Work was also done for
the Wapda Project offices of Pi -je"t ? and Project 3; and some Hi hinting work vwas done for
the Liink Canal office wihicn had transfol:ncr failure in twmo machines during the quarter.
Through .i t the report peo ii tie Section acted as a specii service unit- fo all of
the deportiments concerning the collection of data and the production of engineering
drawings.
O offset printing work done during the quarter was supervised oy Abdul Rashid,
Draftsman. The holio and deep-erch plates w-"e urcpared and printed at Israq Lal Press.
This wovr included the prepaition of tne C. r.jctio n Proigress Reports, photograpiic
reduce ,trion, ill hIstritions for project and ryop: a t panning, atd tle plinling of data
co election f ,:ri: .









R EC LAMAT I N


EN G I N E E RING


ACTIVITIES FOR THE FOURTH QUARTER OF FISCAL YEAR 1965-66

The schedule of activities fr tihe Fourth Quarter will be a continuation of the work
in progress during tie Third Qucrter, and t-i production of engineering drawings and drata
to meet the requirements of tie GOtund Water and Reclamation Program.
Activities generally to be included ure the following:

PRC JECT 2. WuVrk will continue on the supervision of the con-iract for the Fall
Structure on Mvana Draini. Supervision of the work on the structures
for the Cho -Rukan Drainr system will be done, and office processing
of dceat for design and detail of drainage works will continue to be
a major pait of the engineering program. Field siting of tubewells
in the Upper Jhelum Subproject will continue, and data on well
locations will be made available. Preparation cf site sketches and
construction data for tubewells and rccoids will be continued.

PROJECT 3. Work v.ill continue on the contracts in tie Lower T:hal area for
drainage wori-s, principally in the reas of Kot Adu Maiin Drain and
Ghazi Ghat Main Dr'inr. Field ond office it;ic, of tubewclls will
continue in the Aliour Unit and the Kot Adu Unii .

PROJECT 4. Field and office siting of tubewells in the Mwingtonwalai Unit will be
on the schedule, along with field and office siting of tubewells for
the PA.rala-Ravi Unit. Preparation of siting data for the test of the
project area will evol e as the Units are defi -;d Field and office
siting vill continue to be done in anticipation of tne construction
phases scheduled to begin durin,t; ,ne last half of 1966.

PROJECT 5. The Project 5 Report will be published by offset printing and copie-
will be assembled and bound. Final revisions will be r:ade to ihe
illustrations and text, and the preparation and printing of the report
will be closely supervised. Preliminary siting of tubewells will be
made in anticipation of the constr ,-.tion program scheduled for the
early part of 1967.

PROJECT 6. Work will begin on the preparation of illustrations for the Project 6
Report. Data collection will continue for information vital to project
planning .

Cooperative wori with WASID on the reproduction of soil survey data will continue';,
and dci o Iollection for regional studies and the preparation of engineering drawings will be
a vital part of the activities for the ne.xt report period. The preparation of illustrations for
the Regional Plan Report will be scheduled actively during the quarter.


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