The Process of Constructing Roads in India


If in our country most money is invested then it is spent on the construction of the road, whether it’s a Village road or a national Highway. Today 130 kilometres of road is built in our country daily, and you should know what the procedure to make a road is and its verifications requirements. 


  1. The first action of a road begins with the junior executive who estimates the road budget and prepares its report and submits it to the assistant executive.
  2. After which Assistant Executive prepare a report and submit it to the executive Engineer for the further process. 
  3. So far, in the report, Budget Estimates are done after which this report is submitted in the head office after getting the verified by Senior executive and chief executive.
  4. Then the report is sent to the head office where the report is analysed and the government fix an amount and permits it. 
  5. Then this approval is sent to the public work department under which the road comes, like if the road is to be constructed in Gurgaon, then first report will be sent to Chandigarh for approval and then they send approval from Chandigarh to the public work department of Gurgaon. 
  6. After that, the public work department prints advertisement, in which they mention the road details, online auction time and date where the contractor can submit their bid to get the work. 
  7. The contractor who makes the lowest bid gets the contact but the contractor has to pay 10% security money of the total budget amount. 
  8. At the same time, he has to sign contract which includes that he/she will take responsibility for this road for particular years and if the road get damaged during the period then he/she will repair it on its own expenses. 
  9. After that, the junior executive gives the bill to the contractor, whom the contractor takes to clerk who verifies it and passes it to the executive who makes payment to the contractor, after which the contractor started the work.

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