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GOVERNMENT OF NWFP,

SPORTS, CULTURE, TOURISM


ARCHAEOLOGY & MUSEUMS DEPARTMENT
13-A Khyber Road, Peshawar. Ph:9212086Fax:9210387
Email: stcnwfp@psh.paknet.com.pk

No.PO(ISC&T)Kalash/15/96/2003
Dated: Peshawar the January 16th, 2003
To,

SUBJECT:

1.The Additional Chief Secretary to GoNWFP,


Planning & Development Department, Peshawar
2. The Secretary to GoNWFP,
Planning & Development Department, Peshawar
3. The Secretary to GoNWFP,
Finance Department, Peshawar
4. The Secretary to GoNWFP,
Minorities Affairs Department (MBR Board Of Revenue), Peshawar
DDWP MEETING SCHEDULED TO BE HELD ON 28-01-2003
at1100AM regarding PC-I of ADP2002-03 scheme REFLECTED AT
S#392-20890 in the with a total cost Rs.5.000M and CFY allocation of
Rs.2.000M namely Kalash Valley Development of Minor Schemes.

Dear Sir,
I am directed to refer to letter of the Chief (RD), Planning & Development
Department, No.P&DD/RD/170/01/2191-94 dated 11/07/2002 regarding the captioned subject
and state that find enclosed the working paper and PC-I duly signed incorporating all three
proposals (Amounting to Rs.10.000 approx and to be executed through NGO Pak-CDP) of Ms.
Maurine Lines of Kalash Environmental Protection Society. A DDWP meeting is scheduled to be
held under the Chairmanship of the secretary Culture on 28-01-2003 at 11.00am in his office..

Kindly depute the concerned representative of your department to attend


the meeting on the date, time and venue indicated above .
Yours faithfully
Encl: as above.
(HAYAT ALI)
PLANNING OFFICER
Endorsement No. and date even.
1.P.S. to Chief Secretary to GoNWFP,
2.Chief Social Sector ,Planning & Development Department, Peshawar.
3.Chief Infrastructure, Planning & Development Department, Peshawar.
4.Chief R&D, Planning & Development Department, Peshawar.
5.Deputy Secretary (Development), Finance Department, Peshawar.
6.P.S to Secretary to GoNWFP Culture & Tourism Department, Peshawar.
7.Section Officer (Culture & Tourism), Culture & Tourism Department, Peshawar.
PLANNING OFFICER

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SPORTS, CULTURE, TOURISM, ARCHEOLOGY AND


MUSEUMS DEPARTMENT, GoNWFP
(13-A Khyber Road, Peshawar. Ph:9212086 Fax:9210387)

PC-1
FOR

ADP 2002-03 SCHEME REFLECTED ATS#392-20890 KALASH VALLEY


DEVELOPMENT OF MINOR SCHEMES .

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Code Number for Project


(ADP2002-03 #392-20890)
PART 'A'
PROJECT DIGEST
1.

Name of Project:

Kalash

Valley

Development

of

Minor

Schemes
2.

Authorities responsible for:(i)

Sponsoring

Planning & Development Department,


GoNWFP Peshawar

(ii)

Execution

Sports, Culture, Tourism Archeology and


Museums Department GoNWFP, Peshawar
Through

Kalash

Environmental

Protection Society & Pak CDP Programme.


(iii)
3.

Operation and Maintenance

Time required for completion


of project - (in months)

4.

Local Kalash Communities.

24 months. (after release of funds)

(a) Plan Provision:


(i)

If the project is
included in the
current plan 5-Year Plan
Specify actual allocation
and impact of the project

The

scheme is to be financed from Rs. 5.000 million


provided at S#392-20890 in the ADP 2002-03
of the Government of NWFP.
(ii)

If the project is not included in


the plan what warrants its inclusion
in the plan and how, and is it now
Proposed to be accommodated.
(Inter/Intra-sectoral adjustments in
allocation or other resources
may be indicated)

The

scheme is reflected in the ADP 2002-03 with a


total cost of Rs. 5.000 million provided at
S#392-20890 with an allocation of Rs.2.000M in
the ADP 2002-03 of the Government of NWFP.
Rs in Million
__________________________________________________________________
Total Block Amount Already
Amount proposed
Balance
Provision
committed
for the project
available
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__________________________________________________________________
5.000M
5.000M
10.000M
(-)5.000M
5.

Relationship of the project with the objectives of the sector. Indicate the contribution of the
project, quantified it possible, to the targets in the Five-Year Plan.
It is a multi sectoral participatory development project based on the experiences of the
Aga Khan Rural Support Programme. The local communities of the Kalash valley are to
be involved right from the planning stage through operation and maintenance of the small
scale development activities that aims to improve the quality of life

through social

mobilization and upgradation of human skills. The project involves

a handful of

professionals who shall mobilize and undertake skills upgradation of the communities to
activate their community based organizations at the grass root level. The Pak-Community
Development Programme (Non Government Organization registered under societies act
1860) in collaboration with Kalash Environmental Protection Society has conducted rapid
rural appraisal identifying the water supply & sanitation schemes in consultation with the
local communities who are willing to contribute in material or kind or labour towards the
small scale schemes after they receive education/skills upgradation. The kalash is a
pagan tribe living in Kafiristan which is also a geographical expression used to describe a
small tract of land in the Chitral District of the Northwest Frontier Province of Pakistan.
The land comprises of the following three valleys :
BHIRIR which lies at the southern most tip of Chitral at a distance of 34 k.m (21 miles)
and is easily accessible via Ayun. It is ideal for those not used to trekking.
BAMBURAT is 36kms (22miles) from Chitral and is the largest and most attractive of the
Kalash Velleys.
RAMBUR is located 32 kms (20 miles) from Chitral.
The climate of these valleys is alpine. The people live in small villages built o hill side, ear
streams. Their houses are made of rough hew logs. To accommodate the steepness of
the slopes the houses are usually double storeyed.

are made of rough hew logs. To accommodate the steepness of the slopes the houses are
usually double storeyed.

Certain Authors of the west have often referred to the tourist areas in northern
Pakistan as Asias best kept secret. This indicates that the destinations in Pakistan and
especially the NWFP tourists destinations are not very well known to the general tourists
around the world. In Pakistan the tourism industry generates approximately US$100
million per annum according to State Bank figures, however the World Tourism
Organization , UNDP and Ministry of Tourism in a study conducted recently i.e. in 99-2000
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estimated that over US$ 300 million are generated from foreign tourism out of which 60%
originates in NWFP. Thus besides the domestic tourism and multiplier effect the net
foreign exchange earnings from tourism only from NWFP are very encouraging and has
the potential to increase the coming years with promotion of Culture Heritage and
Sustainable Tourism in the Province. The recent developments in Central Asia are
expected to make Peshawar the hub of international trade and tourism in the coming
years. The 60% share of income from NWFP Tourism is expected to rise by a steady 5%
per annum after successful implementation of this project by attracting an additional
number of visitors through its website annually besides the 60% existing share of 428000
tourists that are estimated to have come to Pakistan in 1999. The project will also provide
an opportunity to enhance social contact with other cultures and civilizations.
6.

Capital cost of Project (detail included in PC-I at Serial No. 18b)


Local costs:
25% share to be provided by The Finance Department, GoNWFP
Rs. 1.073
75% share to be provided by The Information Technology Division, GoP. Rs. 3.217
--------------------------Total: Rs: 4.290M
-----------------------The amount of Rs. 0.233M is to be provided to the Department on yearly basis by the
Finance Department, from the regular budget on establishment side for integrating the
activity on permanent basis after the completion of the project.

7.

Exchange rate adjustment, if any, on the basis of latest information.


Not for seen or expected as apparently no foreign exchange is involved.

8.

Annual recurring (O&M) expenditure after completion and means of financing:

Local
Foreign Exchange

YEAR 2002-03-04
4.290
NIL

No recurring expenditures are involved since the Department of Sports , Culture,


Tourism , Archaeology & Museums is expected to internalize the system into its
normal routine functions.
9.

Objectives of the project preferably in quantitative terms:


The Sports Directorate of the Department is managing all sports related activities
in the public sector at the provincial level including regulating activities of sports
associations in NWFP. The Culture Wing of the department is responsible for
promoting Pakistani culture in NWFP besides preservation of the cultural heritage.
The Archaeology and Museums side caters for the domestic and international
tourists in the province. The Sarhad Tourism Corporation caters for tourism related
promotional and developmental activities. Since the literacy rate has improved in
the last decade it is estimated that almost 40% of the population in NWFP reads
News papers/magazines/journals etc. There is potential for the tourism industry in
the province . The potential needs to be appreciated properly and publicized
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Internationally. The development of infrastructure in the neighbouring Afghanistan


will provide an interesting opportunity for holiday makers to start from South Asia
go through Central Asia and ultimately either go to Europe via Russia or go to Gulf
states via Iran. Peshawar the capital of the Frontier Province is expected to
become important stop over

for Tourists in the coming years. The project is

expected to present NWFP as a possible destination for the tourists with the
advantage of better understanding of other cultures and civilizations inside
Pakistan, South & Central Asia as well as with rest of the world thereby improving
overall image of the country in comity of states.
The objectives of the project are to promote and market the sustainable tourism
and culture heritage of the province across the globe. The figures for 1999 tourists
arrival stand at 428000 to Pakistan out of which it is estimated approximately
256800 tourists visited NWFP (60 % of the total arrivals). The computerization of
data and its connectivity through updated website highlighting the sports, culture,
tourism, archeology and museums is expected to increase the flow tourists to
NWFP by 10% per year thereby increasing almost 25680 tourists if the figures of
1999 are taken into consideration.

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Department Organogram

Secretary Tourism
Government of NWFP
Deputy Secretary

Section Officer (I)

Directorate of Sports
Peshawar

Section Officer (II)

Sarhad Tourism Corporation


Peshawar

Section Officer (A)


Planning Officer

Sarhad Arts Council


Peshawar
Directorate of Archaeology & Museums,
Peshawar

The Provincial Government in the Sports, Culture, Tourism, Archaeology &


Museums Department and its attached Departments namely Directorate of Sports /
NWFP Sports Board, Sarhad Arts Council, Sarhad Tourism Corporation and
Directorate of Archaeology & Museums are expected to have improved record
keeping, operational systems with in time information that is effective as well as
more efficient, transparent, accountable and accessible to general public through
development of web site , computerization of all previous and current records and
placing computers in places that can be used by the users for retrieving
information especially the tourists.

Prepared by:

(Hayat Ali )
Planning Officer
Sports, Culture, Tourism, Archaeology & Museums
Department, GoNWFP, Peshawar.

Checked by :

(S. Hidayat Jan)


Deputy Secretary
Sports, Culture, Tourism, Archaeology &Museums
Department, GoNWFP, Peshawar

Approved by:

( Maj. Retd.SAHIBZADA MUHAMMAD KHALID)


Secretary Sports, Culture, Tourism, Archaeology &
Museums Department GoNWFP Peshawar.

Date:

August 31, 2002

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PART "II"
PROJECT DESCRIPTION AND FINANCING
10.

Location of Project: NWFP


a.

Give name of place and administrative district in which located.


Sports, Culture, Tourism, Archaeology & Museums Department, Government of
NWFP, Peshawar.

b.

Indicate total area to be served.


All Internet users.

11.

Project Status
a.

Is

the

project

aimed

at

expanding

and

or/modernizing

the

existing

facilities/services?
Yes the project aims to establish its data base and data sharing system by
modernizing and subsequently expanding its database accessibilities to all stake
holders and consumers through the website developed and linked to the database.
At present there are no existing facilities like computers, Internet connection etc. in
the Department whereby we can advertise our Touristic facilities.
b.

Is it designed to cover the gap by creation of new facilities/services?


Yes, the project aims to cover the gaps between the existing available slow
methods for record keeping and data transfer in the Provincial Sports, Culture,
Tourism, Archaeology & Museums Directorates respectively. The use of electronic
data maintenance and handling system will help to disseminate and collect
information in very efficient manner. The computerization of the department will
provide an opportunity for effective promotion of our cultural heritage and tourism
industry. In rest of the world the current most modern and new methods are used
thus after computerization we will be able to almost be at par with the rest of the
advanced world for the same purpose.

12.

Description of the Project:


The main responsibilities of the department are in the field of promotion of sports
activities, promotion of cultural heritage and sustainable tourism.

The department has a vast collection of data, on items relating to Sports, Tourism,
Culture, Archaeology & Museums in NWFP.

This information shall be first organized in a systematic manner to make it suitable for
presentation to the general public.
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Storage and retrieval shall be considered through various media sources including
print, audio, video, CD, DVD etc.

All items shall be made available on the WEB for global market consumption.

The department shall be interconnected to the rest of the government functionaries and
outside similar organization for sharing and collating its data base as well as website.
The proposed scheme is in line with the policy of the Federal Government, i.e. to make
available information to the general public and adopt E-Governance as well as intra net in
NWFP etc. The project will enable the department and its attached departments to
provide first hand information not only to the general public but also to the newspapers,
electronic media, tourists, planners, executors and all other national and international
agencies working in the sports, tourism, culture, archeology and museums sectors. This
will help to facilitate inter and intra government transformation of information and conduct
of business. It is also proposed that information centers are established initially on pilot
basis in information centers owned by the Sarhad Tourism Corporation / Tourism
Department, GoNWFP, for which complete computer sets one each are provided from this
project. The following are the list of Information Centers and guest houses / hotels &
motels of STC/Tourism Department:
Dongagali Information Center
Nathiagali 4 Chalets (Guest House)
Landakay Information Center, Swat.
Tanda Dam Restaurant, Kohat.
Flak Sair Hotel, Kalam.
Behrain Park, Swat.
Kund Park, Swabi.
Tourism Information Center, Head Office, Peshawar.
Peshawar Museum
Keeping in view the tourism potential of Malakand, Peshawar and Mardan Divisions, the
following sites numbering three are recommended to be equipped with Hi-tech
Information facility on the analogy of PTDC Hi-tech Information Center at Islamabad,
Lahore and Karachi established under Chief Executive Directives.
i.

STC Information Center, Peshawar Museum.

ii.

Kund Park, Swabi. (Information Counter on GT Road)

iii.

Landakay Information Center, Swat.

Subsequently on the successful completion and operationalization of the pilot phase of


theses Hi-tech Information Center have to be extended to the Frontier regions, FATA and
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rest of the districts in the province.


1. Abbotabad

2. Bannu

3. Battagram

4. Buner

5. Charsadda

6. Chitral

7. D.I.Khan

8. Dir Lower Timergara

9. Dir Upper

10. Hangu

11. Haripur

12. Karak

13. Kohat

14. Kohistan

15. Lakki Marwat

16. Malakand

17. Mansehra

18. Mardan

19. Nowshera

20. Peshawar21. Shangla

23. Swat

24. Tank

25. F.R. Peshawar

27. F.R. Bannu

28. F.R.DIKhan

29. F.R.Tank

30. Bajaur Agency Khar

31. Khyber Agency 32. Kurram Agency Parachinar

22. Swabi
26. F.R. Kohat

33. Mohmand Agency Ghallani

34. North Waziristan agency Miranshah

35. Orakzai Agency Hangu

36. South Waziristan Agency Tank

These Tourist facilitation centers or information centers are to be housed in collaboration


with the private sector hotels & Tour operators wherever feasible otherwise these are to
be opened up in the Government rest houses or in frequently visited public places such
as post offices or public call offices.
13.

Give date when capital expenditure estimates were prepared. If prepared more than one
year a go, confirm if they are still valid.
July 22, 2002. Based on Market rates.
14.

Capital Cost:Give year-wise break-down of capital cost covering the whole of the investment period, as
indicated below:

Rs. in million
_________________________________________________________________________
Total at
Item official rate
I year
II year and
of exchange
2002-03
subsequent years
-------- --------------------------------------------------------------------------Local FEC Import Total
Local FEC Total
Local FEC Total
Duties
NIL
NIL
NIL
4.290 NIL 4.290
NIL NIL
NIL
15.

Basis of cost estimates. (give full details).


July 22, 2002 open market rates. Details included in PC-I at Serial No18(b).

16.

Estimates of annual recurring (O&M) expenditure after completion of project according to


format in Annexure-2. Also indicate source of financing:

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Rs. in million
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------I
II
III
IV
V
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------NOT APPLICABLE
------------------------------- -----Total
=====

=====

=====

=====

======

The annual recurring is estimated at Rs.0.320M during life of the project to be financed
out of the project .While after completion of the project the recurring cost of Rs.0.233M
will be picked up by the department in regular budget.
17.

Unit cost for each category of service or output and how it compares with cost in other
projects, completed.
Unit cost for each category of service is based on the market rates and no such project
has been completed previously.
The following are the activities and its costs:
S
#
1
2
3

Human Resource Development


Development of data base driven web based site for the Department.
One Server and 14 Complete computer system for each office the Department
and its Directorates/Arts Council/ Corporation
Establishment of 3 Hi-Tech Information Facilities on pilot basis for area having
tourists potential comprising of computer systems with printers that can be
used by the General public and officials as well as they will be placed in STC /
Tourism Departments Tourists Information Center
Annual Recurring Expenditure During Life of Project to be financed by the
project.
GRAND TOTAL:

Cost
2002-03-04
(Rs.)

Activities

Annual Recurring Expenditure After Life of Project to be picked up by the


Department.
Grand Grand Total:

125,000
1,540,000
1,837,000

468,000

320,000

Rs.

4,290,000
233,000
4,523,000

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18.

(a)

Give expected income statement (profit and loss accounts) for five years with
realistic assumptions. Rate of depreciation and salvage value of property should
be given.

The activities under this PC-1 will enable the general public to have first have information
about the services, facilities and action etc. of the governments. In the beginning the
culture of e-government may take some time but ultimately it will enable the functionaries
of the government to be more accessible to the general public as well as to international
internet users.
(b)

Give

detailed

financial

statements

to

clearly

identify

the

elements

of

subsidies/profits on commercial lines.


The following are the detailed financial statements to clearly identify the elements of
activities under the scheme:Serial No. 1

HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT


Components

1.1

Serial No. 2

Four week training comprising of the course


contents in Ms-OfficeXP, Windows Operating
System, Internet Access, Email, and Browsing per
person charges @ Rs.5,000/- for 25 persons of the
Department & its Directorates/ Corporations/ Arts
Councils. It will be outs sourced.

125,000

Total:

125,000

DEVELOPMENT OF DATA BASE DRIVEN WEB BASED SITE FOR THE


DEPARTMENT.
Components

2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.5

System Analysts for (6) Six Man months @


Rs.60,000 per man month
Database Administrator/Specialists for(12) Twelve
man moths @ Rs. 35,000 per month
Hardware/Network Specialists for(4) Four man
months @ Rs. 30,000 per month
Programmers for (16) Sixteen man months @
Rs.25,000 per month
Key Punch Operators for 48 man moths @ 5,000
per month
Total:

Serial No. 3

Costs
2002-03-04

Costs
2002-03-04
360,000
420,000
120,000
400,000
240,000
1,540,000

One Server & 14 COMPLETE COMPUTER SYSTEM FOR EACH


OFFICE OF THE DEPARTMENT AND ITS DIRECTORATES / ARTS
COUNCIL / CORPORATION
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Components

Costs
2002-03-04

One No. Intel Designed Server @ Rs. 200,000


per unit with following specification
3.1

512MB DIMM, 1.44MB Floppy Drive, Casing for Server Imported,


64MB AGP VGA Card, Sound Card PCI Duplex, Keyboard (Full
Multimedia) , Mouse with Pad (Best quality) , Hard Disk 60 GB
Seagate, Speaker Set 120 Multimedia, DVD & CDR Drives (Best
Quality), SVGA Philips Color Monitor 15 Digital, US Robotics
External Modem from Authorized Dealer.

Rs. 200,000

14 Personal Computers @ Rs. 65,000 per unit with


following specification
3.2

3.3
3.4
3.5
3.6
3.7
3.8

Motherboard 850MVL Intel Original


Processor 2.2GHz Intel, 128MB DIMM, 1.44MB Floppy Drive,
Casing for P4 Imported, 64MB AGP VGA Card, Sound Card PCI
Duplex, Keyboard (Full Multimedia) , Mouse with Pad (Best
quality) , Hard Disk 60 GB Seagate, Speaker Set 120 Multimedia,
CD Drive (Best Quality), SVGA Philips Color Monitor 15 Digital,
56.6KBPS FAX Modem Intel from Authorized Dealer.

05 Laser Printers 1200dpi latest Model @


Rs.25,000 per unit, from Authorized Dealer.
05 UPS 500VA Imported @ Rs. 10,000 per unit,
from Authorized Dealer.
2 Scanner 1200dpi @ Rs. 6,000 per unit, from
Authorized Dealer.
Cabling, Networking, Hubs etc with in Tourism
Department, its attached Directorates and
Information centers)
1 Multimedia Projector, Minimum 1200 Lumens
Imported, Branded, with Large Screen @ 300,000
per unit.
2 window Air Conditioner (1 Tones) @ Rs. 30,000
per unit

3.9

14 Computer Tables & Chairs @ Rs. 6000 per set

3.10

1 Steel Cabinet for Server @ Rs. 6000

3.11

Telephone Charges (For using Internet etc.)

910,000

125,000
50,000
12,000
50,000
300,000
60,000
84,000
6,000
100,000
1,837,000

Total:

Serial No. 4

4.1

4.2
4.3
4.4

ESTABLISHMENT OF 3 HI-TECH INFORMATION FACILITIES ON


PILOT BASIS FOR AREA HAVING TOURISTS POTENTIAL
COMPRISING OF COMPUTER SYSTEMS WITH PRINTERS THAT CAN
BE USED BY THE GENERAL PUBLIC AND OFFICIALS AS WELL AS
THEY WILL BE PLACED IN STC/TOURISM DEPARTMENT GONWFPS
TOURISTS INFORMATION CENTER
Costs
Components
2002-03-04
03 Personal Computers @ Rs. 65,000 per unit with
following specification
Motherboard 850MVL Intel Original
Processor 2.2GHz Intel, 128MB DIMM, 1.44MB Floppy
Drive, Casing for P4 Imported, 64MB AGP VGA Card, Sound
Card PCI Duplex, Keyboard (Full Multimedia) , Mouse with
Pad (Best quality) , Hard Disk 60 GB Seagate, Speaker Set
120 Multimedia, CD Drive (Best Quality), SVGA Philips
Color Monitor 15 Digital, 56.6KBPS FAX Modem Intel from
Authorized Dealer.

03 Laser Printers 1200dpi latest Model @ Rs.


25,000 per unit, from Authorized Dealer.
03 UPS 500VA Imported @ Rs. 10,000 per unit,
from Authorized Dealer.
Networking (Cabling, Hubs, NIC etc with in
Tourism Department, its attached Directorates and
Information centers through Internet) @ Rs. 3000

195,000

75,000
30,000
18,000

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per center
4.5

3 Computer Tables and Chairs @ Rs. 6000 per set

18,000

4.6

Telephone Charges (For using Internet etc.) for 3


Information Centers

150,000

Total:

468,000

Keeping in view the tourism potential of Malakand, Peshawar and Mardan Divisions, the following sites
numbering 3 are recommended to be equipped with Hi-tech Information facility on the analogy of PTDC Hitech Information Center at Islamabad, Lahore and Karachi established under Chief Executive Directives.
i.
ii.
iii.

Serial No. 5

STC Information Center, Peshawar Museum.


Kund Park, Swabi. (Information Counter on GT Road)
Landakay Information Center, Swat.

ANNUAL RECURRING EXPENDITURE DURING LIFE OF PROJECT TO


BE FINANCED BY THE PROJECT.
Components

Costs
2002-03-04
50,000

5.1

Advertisement Charges

5.2

Photocopying

25,000

5.3

Binding of reports

20,000

5.4

Stationery (including papers, printer toners etc).

75,000

5.5

Diskette Boxes & Writeable CD

25,000

5.5

Internet Charges

25,000

5.6

Telephone Charges (For using internet)

100,000

Total:

320,000

Grand Total: Rs.


Rs.
4,290,000
ANNUAL RECURRING EXPENDITURE AFTER LIFE OF PROJECT TO
Serial No.6
BE PICKED UP BY THE DEPARTMENT.
Components

Costs
2002-03-04

6.1

30 Box Diskette Boxes 1.44mb @ Rs. 300

6.2

20 Box Writeable CD @ Rs. 1200

24,000

6.3

Stationery (including papers, printer toners etc)

75,000

6.4

Telephone Charges (For using Internet)

6.5

Internet Charges
Total:

9,000

100,000
25,000
233,000

The annual recurring expenditure is expected to the picked up by the department in its
establishment budget after the completion of the project.

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The District Head Quarters indicated with a black round

are the proposed 03 sites for Information Centers

Keeping in view the tourism potential of Malakand, Peshawar and Mardan Divisions, the following sites
besides the provincial head quarter at Peshawar, numbering 3 are recommended to be equipped with Hitech Information facility on the analogy of PTDC Hi-tech Information Center at Islamabad, Lahore and
Karachi established under Chief Executive Directives:
i.
ii.
iii.

STC Information Center, Peshawar Museum.


Kund Park, Swabi. (Information Counter on GT Road)
Landakay Information Center, Swat.

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19.

Financial Plan

Rs. in million

Amount for
Amount for
Capital
Recurring
Sources
Expenditure

(I)
(a)
Government sources:
(Federal/Provincial)

Federal (MST/IT & Telecom Division)

(i)

Grant

Rs. 4.290M

(ii)

Loan

--

(iii)

Equity Investment

--

(iv)

Direct Government
Expenditure

(b)

--

Sponsoring Agency's own


Contribution.

The Department after receiving the equipments


and training will continue the activity on its own
and it is estimated that Rs. 233,000 per year will
have to be picked up on the regular budget.

(c)

Private Investment

(d)

Local Body resources


if any.

--

(e)

Non-Government borrowing.

--

(f)

Other sources
(e.g. Recoveries)

II

--

(a)

--

Likely sources and amount of foreign exchange cost of the project.


Not applicable as its grant project.

(b)

Present position regarding availability, commitment of negotiations.


The proposed scheme is being formulated on the advice of Information Technology
cell GONWFP, Peshawar on the assumption that Ministry of Science and
Technology / IT-Division will provide financing.

20.

Foreign Exchange Expenditure.


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Year

Material Consultants

OthersTotal

No Foreign Exchange involved.


21.

Risk Analysis: List of assumptions and impact of changes in assumption in financial and
economic analysis such as discount rates, implementation time, increases/decreases of
costs etc.
Generally Tourism sector Projects are considered to be viable because there
EIRR/FIRR is normally higher then 15% and above in normal circumstances. The
execution of the proposed scheme should enhance the systems and information
more transparent, accountable and accessible to general public through egovernment.

22.

Annual phasing of physical work and financial requirements for the project. Activities-wiseBar-chart consistent with Annual Phasing should be attached.

Physical work

Financial requirements

Note: No F.E.C. is involved


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2
3
4
5
6

23.

Activities
Human Resource Development
Development of data base driven web based site for the Department.
One Server and 14 Complete computer system for each office the Department
and its Directorates/Arts Council/ Corporation
Establishment of 3 Hi-Tech Information Facilities on pilot basis for area having
tourists potential comprising of computer systems with printers that can be used
by the General public and officials as well as they will be placed in STC / Tourism
Departments Tourists Information Center
Annual Recurring Expenditure During Life of Project to be financed by the project.
GRAND TOTAL:
Rs.
Annual Recurring Expenditure After Life of Project to be picked up by the
Department.
Grand Grand Total:

Cost
2002-03-04
(Rs.)
125,000
1,540,000
1,837,000

468,000
320,000
4,290,000
233,000
4,523,000

Benefits from the project:


(a)

Socio-economic benefits which are likely to accrue as a result of the project.


The project is expected to make the government systems and information more
transparent, accountable and assessable to general public through e-government.

(b)

Approximate number and categories of job opportunities likely to be created by


gender as a result of:

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(i)

Implementation with a list of skilled manpower and equipments.


The existing staff of the department and its attached departments will
receive necessary training as mentioned at serial no 18(b).

(ii)

Operation of project including information on creation of skill.


The project will enhance the skills of the existing staff and will enable them
to operate the e-government system effectively

24.

Beneficiary Participation:
(i)

Is there

possibility

of beneficiary participation

in

meeting development

expenditure?
Yes the process encourages the beneficiaries to participate in various activities of
the Sports, Tourism, Culture, Archeology and Museums Departments.
(ii)

If so, please provide detailed mechanism for involving the beneficiary of the
completed project output.
As in (i) above.

25.

Assessment of the environmental aspects of the project.


(a)

External impact on ecology with particular reference to RF radiation.


No adverse impact on ecology is expected.

26.

Future Expansion.
(Has provision been made for future expansion?)
Yes Please. The principles of modern technology and expertise have been taken in to
consideration and the Provincial IT Cell will provide assistance in this regard in the
beginning during execution and after completion of the scheme.

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PART-C
PROJECT REQUIREMENTS
27.

(a)

(1)

Manpower required by gender.

Professional

For Execution
Total
Man-Months
and Number
----------Nil

For Operation
First Number
Year of
execution only
-------- --------Nil

and Technical
(2)

Administrative

Nil

Nil

Executive and
Management.
(3)

Clerical

Nil

Nil

(4)

Service

Nil

Nil

(5)

Skilled

Nil

Nil

(6)

Unskilled

Nil

Nil

(7)

Others.

Nil

Nil

The present staff strength of the Department and its attached Departments would take
care of the execution and operation of the scheme after receiving necessary training,
development of software and web site by the consultants as given in the following two
tables:Serial No. 1

HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT


Components

1.1

Serial No. 2

Four week training comprising of the course contents in Ms-OfficeXP,


Windows Operating System, Internet Access, Email, and Browsing per
person charges @ Rs.5,000/- for 25 persons of the Department & its
Directorates/ Corporations/ Arts Councils. It will be outs sourced.

125,000

Total:

125,000

DEVELOPMENT OF DATA BASE DRIVEN WEB BASED SITE FOR THE DEPARTMENT .
Components

2.1
2.2
2.3

Costs
2002-03-04

System Analysts for (6) Six Man months @ Rs.60,000 per man month
Database Administrator/Specialists for(12) Twelve man moths @ Rs. 35,000
per month
Hardware/Network Specialists for(4) Four man months @ Rs. 30,000 per
month

Costs
2002-03-04
360,000
420,000
120,000

2.4

Programmers for (16) Sixteen man months @ Rs.25,000 per month

400,000

2.5

Key Punch Operators for 48 man moths @ 5,000 per month

240,000

Total:

(b)

1,540,000

Likely shortage of manpower by occupation.


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Not valid as the Department and its attached Departments will undertake training
of its staff.
(c)

Steps to be taken to assure availability of manpower.


Proper training and allocation of funds has been made to ensure the operation of
the project.

(d)

Approximate number of reasons required to be trained per year (locally and


aboard) and the kind of skills to be learnt.
Not envisioned at this stage.

28.

Physical & Other Facilities required for the Project.


---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------To be provided
To be provided
Item
Total from the
from the
project itself
Public utility
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------The available facilities of the Department and its attached departments are to be dove
tailed to execute the project properly.

29.

Materials, Supplies and Equipment requirements:


The Details are given at serial No. 18-b above and the abstract is given as following:
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2
3
4
5
6

Activities
Human Resource Development
Development of data base driven web based site for the Department.
One Server and 14 Complete computer system for each office the Department
and its Directorates/Arts Council/ Corporation
Establishment of 3 Hi-Tech Information Facilities on pilot basis for area having
tourists potential comprising of computer systems with printers that can be used
by the General public and officials as well as they will be placed in STC / Tourism
Departments Tourists Information Center
Annual Recurring Expenditure During Life of Project to be financed by the project.
GRAND TOTAL:
Rs.
Annual Recurring Expenditure After Life of Project to be picked up by the
Department.
Grand Grand Total:

Cost
2002-03-04
(Rs.)
125,000
1,540,000
1,837,000

468,000
320,000
4,290,000
233,000
4,523,000

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In case of imported material and equipment for execution indicate:


The computers systems including printers, software etc are already imported and
available in the open market.

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Information Technology and Telecommunications Division


March 15, 2002
Subject:

Mandatory Requirements of PC-1 for Submission to Peer Review

There are certain essential requirements which shall be provided in the PC-Is. These issues must clearly be
addressed in the PC-Is before submission for Peer Review to facilitate and speed up the review/approval process.
Please review your PC-Is in the light of the requirements, listed below and accordingly completed form should be sent
along with the PC- Is for Peer Review.
Administrative Requirements:

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Requirement Detail

1.

The PC-1 should be properly signed, clearly


indicating the sponsoring the sponsorship of
administrative Ministry/Division. The cover letter of
the PC-1 should be from the Secretary of the Division
concerned formally forwarding the PC-1 for
consideration.

2.

Projected quarterly financial requirements over the


life of the project should be provided within the PC-1
as annexure.

3.

The economic self-sustainability of project (revenue


expenditure statement) should be provided in PC-1
explaining the expenditures, revenues, recurring
expenditures etc. The aim of getting selfsustainability statement is to ascertain that executing
agency will be able to run the project after
completion of the project.
A detailed statement should be provided by the
agency about the existing equipment, personnel and
other facilities available with the executing agency for
undertaking the project.

4.

5.

In case of revised PC-1, the date of approval of


original PC-1 should be clearly mentioned in the
revised PC-1, A table should be annexed with the
revised PC-1 in which the details of the changes that
are needed in revised PC-1 should be mentioned
against me items approved in the original PC-1.

6.

Date of preparation of cost estimation giving:


(i) Itemized comparison of original and revised cost
with justification.
(ii) Changes in physical scope of work with
justification.

Remarks from PC-Is


preparation Team.

Requirement provided at page &


Para of PC-1.

(B)Project Requirements.
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Requirement Detail

1.

Master Plan:
The organizations must prepare this master plans and
clearly indicate in PC-1 how the project fits into the
strategic plans of the agencies.
Project Plan:
The project Plan and implementation
schedule (time line, bar chart) should be included in
the PC-1 in annexure.
Quantitative Objectives:
Clearly defined goals, objectives and results (end
product) of the project in PC-1. The objectives and
results should be stated in quantitative terms not
as general statements.
Quarterly Deliverables. Quarterly deliverables
against which the project progress would be
measured should be annexed with the PC-1 as
annexure.

2.

3.

Remarks from PC-Is preparation


Team

Requirement at page of PC1.

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Implementation Methodology.
A detailed and comprehensive methodology for
implementation of the project should be mentioned in
PC-1. It includes how the executing agency would
hire the staff and what would be the procedure, how
the equipment would be purchased and what would
be the procedure, how the project would run, if project
is outsourced, how the project would be outsourced
and why etc.

Equipment Specifications:
Detailed specification (with minimum acceptable
option) of equipment etc. having flexibility for latest
technology should be provided in the PC-1.
Revenue/Expenditure Statement
Profit and loss and cash flow statements as
applicable.
Software
Software Need assessment of Software should be
given.
System Software.
The maximum efforts should be made to use open
source/share ware software. For server operating
system it is strongly proposed to use L1NEX
Application Software.
Functional specifications, estimated man-hours and
rational for costing of the application software to be
developed must be provided in the PC-1.
Funding Sources:
Financing plan with clear indication of source of
funding with their %age share.
Project Quality Measurement
Parameters.
Impact assessment of enhanced facilities should be
mentioned.

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8

8/A

8/B

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HRD Projects Requirements


1
2
3

Faculty to Student Ratio.


Student faculty ratio should be given for project
keeping in view the overall organizational plan
Equipment to Student Ratio. Student equipment
ratio must he given.
Plan to address Faculty/lT professional hiring
issue ,
How the faculty/professional will be arranged
considering prevailing shortage of IT professional?

Industrial Linkage
Does agency has any program for industrial
linkage? How this linkage will be adapted? Explain.

5.

National demand for the output.


How does your program fits in the national demand
scenario? Give supporting data to justify your claim.

National demand for the output.


How does your program fits in the national demand
scenario? Give supporting data to justify your claim.

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