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1 Ešlc a pðå u LR abé 1z Ešlc a l e j 2z Sm l e j 3z Ešlc a l WL e J k N k Nl hhle (NË j, b e, hôl, fe L X, j h Cm eðl CaÉ c pçf ZÑ b L A a BhnÉL) WL e g e eðl (STD Code pq) j h Cm eðl C- jm 4z Hm L - 1z enl 2z NË j 5z Ešlc a L - 1z NË X L el VXÚ 2z Ag NË X 6z L dl el NË ql 1z NªqÙÛ NË ql 2z Lj nñu m NË ql 3z L«o r œl NË ql 4z Cä ØVÊu m NË ql 5z AeÉ e 7z Ešlc a l m - 1z f l o 2z j qm 8z nr Na k NÉa 1z elrl 2z n ra L ¹ EµQ-j dé j Ll e Q 9z h oñl Bu 1z h fhm 2z V L fkñ ¹ 3z 10,000-20,000 V L 4z V L b L V L fkñ ¹ 5z V L b L V L fkñ ¹ 3z EµQ-j dé jl J pà al Hl j dé 4z EµQ n ra (pà alšl) 6z V L l F ÜÑ 7z 1 mr b L 5 mr V L l j dé 8z 5 mr b L 10 mr V L l j dé 9z 10 mr V L l F ÜÑ 1 P a g e

2 10z S hl 1z hl l 2z ü eiñl 3z pll l LjÑQ l 4z hpll l pwùû l L jñ 5z He SJ pwùû l L jñ 6z AeÉ e (E õm Ll e) fë aù el SeÉ 11z Ešlc a l e j 12z fë aù el e j 13z fc jkñ c 14z Sm l e j 15z fë aù el WL e J k N k Nl hhle WL e g e eðl (STD Code pq) j h Cm eðl C- jm 16z fë aù e V La hr ll 17z L dl el fë aù e 1z nòf/r â nòf 2z pll l 3z hpll l 4z nr fë aù e 5z LjÑ nu m 6z He. S.J 7z BeÉ e (E õm Ll e) 2 P a g e

3 SECTION - I: fë Sƒ pðå u 1.1) Bf e e Q cju L e L e fkñ u (HL V i V) AwnNËqe L l Re? (e Q cju fë p L AfÚne m L Q q²a Ll e) 1z V l V lu m VÊ ew k V LmL a u q u Rm 2z hpm Ce p iñ 3z NË f XpÚL neú 4z LeSÉ j l C¾V l gp j Vw k V Bfe l Hm L u hs L l B u Se Ll q u Rm 1.2) L L L l Z Bf e JC j Vw h NË f XpÚL neú-h AwnNËqe L l R me? (e Q cju fë p L AfÚne m L Q q²a Ll e ) 1z hcé v ho u h iæ pjpé l pj d el SeÉ 2z h hæ ho u S e l SeÉ - Eo ue, hcé al p WL héhq l, AfËQ ma hcé v n š² CaÉ c 3z f m p HÉXÚ i L p pð å S e a 4z AeÉ eé ( hù¹ la i h hm e) 1.3) JC j Vw h NË f XpÚL neú-h AwnNËqe L l k S e Re a c u L Bf e EfL«a q u Re? 1.4) hù¹ la i h S e e - 1.5) Bf e L i hoé aj HC llj j Vw-H AwnNËqe Ll a Evp q q he? 1.6) hù¹ la i h S e e - 3 P a g e

4 SECTION - II: ph l SeÉ 3.1) Bf e hañj e L e L e AfËQ ma n š² héhq l Ll Re hcé al SeÉ? 1z p m l 2z h u 3z h u j p 4z h u NÉ p 5z AeÉ eé 3.2) e Q cju L e L e EfLle Bf e héhq l Ll Re? 1z p m l q j m C Vw p ØVj 2z p m l mãe 3z p m l L L l 4z l æ l SeÉ h u NÉ p fôé ¾V 5z p m l f Çf pv 6z AeÉ eé 3.3) La ce d l q j p m l m C Vw p ØVj héhq l Ll Re? 1z HL hr ll Lj 2z HL hr ll hn La ce ) NË Xl hcé al p b a me Ll m p m l q j m C Vw p ØVj b L Evfæ hcé a L Bf e L hm he? 1z p m l ilp k NÉ 2z LMeJ LMeJ p m l c u i m L S qu e 3z AeÉ eé ( hù¹ la i h hm e) 3.5) p m l/h u NÉ p c u Q ma EfLle m k c M l f q u k u ame L L pjpé l pçj M e q a qu? 1z Bnf n LE p s u e 2z p s a A el pju m N...(j p) 3z HL h l M l f q u N m Bl p s e k u e 4 P a g e

5 3.6) Bfe l L j e qu hna HL hr l LR V q mj HC pjpé l pj d e q u R? 3.7) hù¹ la i h Bfe l ja ja S e e 3.8) Bfe l L j e qu HC pjpé l pj d e L q a f l? 3.9) k c p k N B p p r œ L Bf e p m l R s NË X k he? 3.10) L lz m hù¹ la i h hm e 3.11) p m l L e L e hcé aeú EfLle Qm m Bf e NË Xl hcé v héhq l Ll a BNËq q he e? 5 P a g e

6 SECTION - IV: L«o r œl NË ql cl SeÉ 5.1) Q o Sm c a Bf e k f Çf héhq l L le p V L p Q m? 1z X Sm / fvêm / L l pe 2z hcé v 3z AeÉ eé ( hù¹ la i h hm e) 5.2) Bf e L He SÑ H g p u¾v f Çf pv (BEE m hm cju ) Abh p m l f Çf pv pð å S ee? 1z BEE m hm cju He SÑ H g p u¾v f Çf pv 2z p m l f Çf pv 3z L ejv C S e ec 5.3) Bf e L He SÑ H g p u¾v f Çf pv (BEE m hm cju ) Abh p m l f Çf pv héhq l L le? 1z BEE m hm cju He SÑ H g p u¾v f Çf pv héhq l L l 2z p m l f Çf pv héhq l L l 3z L ejv C héhq l L l e 5.4) héhq l Ll /e Ll l L le m L L? ( hù¹ la i h S e e) 5.14) Bf e L h l Q o L le? 5.15) h l ps e X Sm / fvêm / L l p el fr e Bfe l La V L MlQ qu? 5.10) Bfe l L j e qu e Q cju L L héhq l L l Sm a m m hnä Eo u el Jfl a l fëi h fs h? 1z hcé v 2z X Sm/ L l pe/ fvêm 3z Ef ll c V 4z L ejv C eu 6 P a g e

7 5.15) Cc ew L m ki h hcé al j öm h s R Hhw HLC p b X Sm / fvêm / L l pe c j h s R a a L Bfe l j e qu e k p m l f Çf pv m N m Bf e m ih e q he? 5.16) hù¹ la i h S e e ( L dl el p q kél fë u Se k f m Bf e p m l f Çf héhq l Ll he) - 7 P a g e

8 Section V: R V R V c L el SeÉ k l X Sm Jf lvl cl L R b L hcé a f u 6.13) Bf e c L e L L hcé ae EfLle héhq l L le? 6.14) Bfe l j p La V L MlQ qu? 6.15) Bf e p.hg.hm - Hl hc m Hm.C. X héhq l L le e Le? 6.16) Cc ew L m ki h X Sm / fvêm / L l pe c j h s R a a L Bfe l j e qu e k p m l q j m C Vw m N m Bf e m ih e q he? 6.17) hù¹ la i h hm e ( L L Ap hd q a f l) - 8 P a g e

9 Section VI: He. S.J / p.hp.j - cl SeÉ 7.1z Bfe l pwùû B N LM e He SÑ ho u L e L S L l R? 1z qyé 2z e hù¹ la i h S e e 7.2z He SÑ H g p u ¾p h AfËQ ma hcé v n š²l Eæu el L S Bfe l pwùû L dl el i jl e a f l h m Bf e j e L le? hù¹ la i h S e e - 7.3z e Ql pwùû ml j dé f ÕQjh l hcé a r œ L e V eu»l pwùû (Regulatory Body)? 1z WBERC/GERC 2z WBREDA/GEDA 3z WBSEDCL/ Torrent Power 4z H cl j dé LE e 5z ph C 7.4) Bfe l j a hcé a r œ eu jl pwùû (Regulatory body) Hhw He. S.J h p.hp.j - cl i jl L? hù¹ la i h S e e - 7.5) DREC fë S ƒl p k š² q u Bfe l L EfL«a q u Re? hù¹ la i h S e e - 7.6) Le SEj l C¾V l gp j Vw (CIM) H cju VÊ ew jé e u m V L Bf e f s c M Re? 3z f s cm qu e 7.7) hù¹ la i h S e e - 9 P a g e

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11 7.8) hcé a r œ L e l mne a l a Bf e h Bfe l pwùû L dl el i jl f me Ll a f l? hù¹ la i h S e e - 7.9) Le SEj l C¾V l gp j Vw (CIM) H AwnNËqe Ll l fl Bf e h Bfe l pwùû hcé v n š² pwlre J l eeh hm He SÑ ho u L L E cé N e u Re? hù¹ la S e e ) Bfe l pwùû k k dl el L S Ll R a l p b L He SÑl hou V L k š² L l Re? hù¹ la S e e ) hcé a r œ L e l mne a l a p d le œ²a h Ef i š² l L AwnNËqe Ll a f l? 3z S e e 7.12) k c Bfe l Ešl qyé qu, a h hm e Li h? 1z e a edñ le houl p hñs ee h ç a a cl hš²hé S e u 2z Seöe e a AwnNËqe L l 3z f Vne S e e 4z AeÉ L ei h, ( hù¹ la S e e) 11 P a g e

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