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TO ALL THE PARTICIPANTS AT NATIONAL SEMINAR NPTI NAGPUR 19 th January 2012 1 TO ALL THE PARTICIPANTS AT NATIONAL SEMINAR NPTI NAGPUR 19 th January 2012 1

PRESENTATION ON PROJECT MANAGEMENT By R L WAIKAR Vice President - HNPCL Mumbai 19 PRESENTATION ON PROJECT MANAGEMENT By R L WAIKAR Vice President - HNPCL Mumbai 19 th January 2012 2

GOOD LEADERSHIP IS THE ART OF GETTING EXTRA ORDINARY WORK DONE THROUGH ORDINARY PEOPLE GOOD LEADERSHIP IS THE ART OF GETTING EXTRA ORDINARY WORK DONE THROUGH ORDINARY PEOPLE 3

PROJECT MANAGEMENT CONCEPT AS PER BRITISH STANDARD BS 6079 : 1996, PROJECT MANAGEMENT IS PROJECT MANAGEMENT CONCEPT AS PER BRITISH STANDARD BS 6079 : 1996, PROJECT MANAGEMENT IS DEFINED AS: 1. PROJECT (CLAUSE NO. 1. 3. 6) A UNIQUE SET OF COORDINATED ACTIVITIES, WITH DEFINITE STARTING AND FINISHING POINTS UNDERTAKEN BY AN INDIVIDUAL OR ORGANIZATION TO MEET SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES WITHIN DEFINED SCHEDULE, COST AND PERFORMANCE PARAMETERS. 4

PROJECT MANAGEMENT CONCEPT 2. MANAGEMENT PLANNING, MONITORING AND CONTROL OF THE FUNCTIONS SUPPORTING THE PROJECT MANAGEMENT CONCEPT 2. MANAGEMENT PLANNING, MONITORING AND CONTROL OF THE FUNCTIONS SUPPORTING THE COMPLETE CYCLE (FLOW) OF ACTIVITIES, AND THE ASSOCIATED FLOW OF INFORMATION. . 5

PROJECT MANAGEMENT CONCEPT 3. PROJECT MANAGEMENT (CLAUSE 1. 3. 9) PLANNING, MONITORING AND CONTROL PROJECT MANAGEMENT CONCEPT 3. PROJECT MANAGEMENT (CLAUSE 1. 3. 9) PLANNING, MONITORING AND CONTROL OF ALL ASPECTS OF A PROJECT AND THE MOTIVATION OF ALL THOSE INVOLVED IN IT TO ACHIEVE THE PROJECT OBJECTIVES ON TIME AND TO THE SPECIFIED COST, QUALITY AND PERFORMANCE. 6

PROJECT MANAGEMENT CONCEPT 4. PROJECT MANAGEMENT ACTIVITY (PMA) (CLAUSE 1. 3. 9) AN OPERATION, PROJECT MANAGEMENT CONCEPT 4. PROJECT MANAGEMENT ACTIVITY (PMA) (CLAUSE 1. 3. 9) AN OPERATION, WITHIN A WORK PACKAGE OF A WORK BREAKDOWN STRUCTURE, THAT IS A SPECIFIC ACTION TO BE COMPLETED TO AID THE FULFILLMENT OF THE PROJECT AS A WHOLE. 5. PROJECT MANAGER (CLAUSE 1. 3. 10) THE INDIVIDUAL OR BODY WITH RESPONSIBILITY FOR MANAGING A PROJECT TO ACHIEVE SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES. 7

PROJECT MANAGEMENT CONCEPT 5. PROJECT MANAGER THE INDIVIDUAL OR BODY WITH RESPONSIBILITY FOR MANAGING PROJECT MANAGEMENT CONCEPT 5. PROJECT MANAGER THE INDIVIDUAL OR BODY WITH RESPONSIBILITY FOR MANAGING A PROJECT TO ACHIEVE SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES. IT CAN BE ELABORATED AS THE INDIVIDUAL OR BODY WITH THE RESPONSIBILITY FOR MANAGING A CONTRACTED PROJECT BY CO ORDINATING PROJECT MANAGEMENT FUNCTIONS AMONG CUSTOMER, CONSULTANT, SUPPLIERS, AND PROJECT SITE IN THE FIELD OF ENGINEERING, MANUFACTURING, SUPPLIES, ETC FROM CONCEPT TO COMPLETION OF THE PROJECT IN LINE WITH THE CONTRACT AGREEMENT. 8

PROJECT MANAGEMENT CONCEPT 6. PROJECT LIFE CYCLE (CLAUSE 1. 3. 8) THE SEQUENTIAL PHASES PROJECT MANAGEMENT CONCEPT 6. PROJECT LIFE CYCLE (CLAUSE 1. 3. 8) THE SEQUENTIAL PHASES THROUGH WHICH A PROJECT PASSES TO REACH ITS OBJECTIVES. a) b) c) d) Define phase Plan phase Implement phase Close phase 9

1. DEFINE PHASE 1 DEFINE PHASEa) Project strategy – Project (Goal) is defined If 1. DEFINE PHASE 1 DEFINE PHASEa) Project strategy – Project (Goal) is defined If the Goal is S pecific M easurable A ttractive R ealistic and it’s T imeline is clear 1 then it is a SMART Goal 10

PROJECT MANAGEMENT CONCEPT SUCCESS IS BEST ACHIEVED WHEN WE ARE CLEAR ABOUT THE GOAL PROJECT MANAGEMENT CONCEPT SUCCESS IS BEST ACHIEVED WHEN WE ARE CLEAR ABOUT THE GOAL AND FLEXIBLE ABOUT THE PROCESS OF GETTING THERE 11

2. PLAN PHASE Planning Setting a Direction for a System and then Guiding the 2. PLAN PHASE Planning Setting a Direction for a System and then Guiding the systems to follow the Direction 12

2. PLAN PHASE 2 2. 1 PLAN PHASEa) Product Break down Structure (PBD) - 2. PLAN PHASE 2 2. 1 PLAN PHASEa) Product Break down Structure (PBD) - Decide the Packages / Sub packages Group them according to strategy Define the scope clearly and award the job b) Work Break down Structure (WBD) - Estimate all the works to be done in order to create the packages / sub packages Estimate the duration for each work Make mile stone schedule Make L-1 schedule 13

2. PLAN PHASE 2. 2 PLAN INFRASTRUCTURAL PACKAGES 2. 3 IDENTIFY UNREALISTIC DEAD LINE 2. PLAN PHASE 2. 2 PLAN INFRASTRUCTURAL PACKAGES 2. 3 IDENTIFY UNREALISTIC DEAD LINE IF POSSIBLE REMOVE THEM OR HAVE ALTERNATE PLAN TO NULLIFY THEIR EFFECT. 2. 4 PLAN TAKING INTO ACCOUNT FESTIVALS, HOLIDAYS, SEASONAL EFFECTS 2. 5 IDENTIFY MAJOR MILESTONES TO BE ACHIEVED 2. 6 IDENTIFY STATUTORY AND NON STATUTORY CLEARANCES 14

2. PLAN PHASE POOR PLANNING DOCUMENTS ARE ONE IMPORTANT REASON FOR BAD PROJECT RESULTS 2. PLAN PHASE POOR PLANNING DOCUMENTS ARE ONE IMPORTANT REASON FOR BAD PROJECT RESULTS IN TERMS OF ADDITIONAL, UNPLANNED WORK, TIME DELAY AND COST OVER RUN 15

2. PLAN PHASE 2. 6 A) STATUTORY CLEARANCES 1. POLLUTION CLEARANCE WATER AND AIR 2. PLAN PHASE 2. 6 A) STATUTORY CLEARANCES 1. POLLUTION CLEARANCE WATER AND AIR GOI / GOS 2. PROJECT IMPORT REGISTRATION MOP, GOI 3 ENVIRONMENTAL CLEARANCE MOEF, GOI 4 AVIATION CLEARANCE AAI, GOI 16

2. PLAN PHASE 2. 6 B) NON-STATUTORY CLEARANCES 1 2 LAND AVAILABILITY AT PLANT 2. PLAN PHASE 2. 6 B) NON-STATUTORY CLEARANCES 1 2 LAND AVAILABILITY AT PLANT AREA 3 TRANSPORTATION OF FUEL (SECONDARY FUEL) 4 FOR TRANSPORTATION OF COAL AND USE OF SITE, INCLUDING RIGHT OF WAY FOR ALL CORRIDORS TO THE FACILITY FROM NEAREST STATE HIGHWAY, R&R 5 MEGA POWER PROJECT STATUS 6 DEFENCE CLEARANCE 17

2. PLAN PHASE 2. 6 1 2 C) OTHER CLEARANCES APPROVAL AS PER EXPLOSIVES 2. PLAN PHASE 2. 6 1 2 C) OTHER CLEARANCES APPROVAL AS PER EXPLOSIVES ACT AND RULES APPROVAL AND REGISTRATION OF STEAM GENERATOR AS PER INDIAN BOILER REGULATION 18

2. PLAN PHASE 2. 6 C) OTHER CLEARANCES 6 A) COLLECTION, STORAGE AND DISPOSAL 2. PLAN PHASE 2. 6 C) OTHER CLEARANCES 6 A) COLLECTION, STORAGE AND DISPOSAL OF WASTE B) SITE CLEARANCES, SAFE REPORT AND SAFETY AUDIT 7 CONFIRMATION OF COLLECTOR / DIRECTORATE OF TOWN AND PLANNING FOR THE USE OF THE SITE FOR THE CONSTRUCTION AND OPERATION OF THE POWER STATION AND FUEL FACILITY 8 CONSENT OF RELEVANT PANCHAYAT FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF PROJECT SITE AND THE TOWNSHIP SITE • APPROVAL OF CHIEF INSPECTOR OF FACTORIES OF THE PROPOSED DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION OF 19 POWER STATION AND FUEL FACILITY

2. PLAN PHASE 2. 6 C) OTHER CLEARANCES 10 SUPPLY FOR BULK CONSTRUCTION POWER 2. PLAN PHASE 2. 6 C) OTHER CLEARANCES 10 SUPPLY FOR BULK CONSTRUCTION POWER 11 NO OBJECTION CERTIFICATE REGARDING AIR & FUGITIVE EMISSIONS 12 NO OBJECTION CERTIFICATE PLANT FOR LAYOUT WITH REGARD TO ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT, OPERATIONAL SAFETY TORAGE 13 OBJECTION CERTIFICATE FOR NO CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS, ETC. TILL COD OF THE PROJECT 14 NO OBJECTION CERTIFICATE FOR STORAGE OF CONSTRUCTION MATERIAL, FUEL OILS AND CHEMICALS, ETC. IN THE SCOPE OF THE 20 CONTRACTOR, TILL COD OF THE PROJECT

2. PLAN PHASE 2. 6 C) OTHER CLEARANCES 15 NOC FOR STORAGE OF DISTILLATE 2. PLAN PHASE 2. 6 C) OTHER CLEARANCES 15 NOC FOR STORAGE OF DISTILLATE OIL 16 LOCAL APPROVAL FOR OPERATING THE PLANT 17 LOCAL APPROVAL OF ARCHITECTURAL PLANS FOR TOWNSHIP 18 CLEARANCE FOR LIFTS ABOUR APPROVALS CLEARANCES FOR / 19 POWER LIKE LICENSE FROM LABOUR COMMISSIONER FOR CONSTRUCTION LABOUR, REGISTRATION OF WORKERS 20 EXPORT AUTHORISATION (EXPORT LICENSE) 21 CLEARANCE FOR EOT CRANE / OTHER BUILDING 21 CRANES

3. IMPLEMENTATION PHASE 3. 1. KICK-OFF MEETINGS KICK-OFF MEETING IS THE BEGINNING OF IMPLEMETATION 3. IMPLEMENTATION PHASE 3. 1. KICK-OFF MEETINGS KICK-OFF MEETING IS THE BEGINNING OF IMPLEMETATION PHASE. 3. 2 A TYPICAL AGENDA FOR KICK-OFF MEETING – 1 2 3 4 5 6 Detail scope of works Identification of packages and detail of respective LOIs List of terminal points of contract List of exclusions in the contract Proposed date of signing of contract. Allocation of works for various mfg units 22

3. IMPLEMENTATION PHASE 3. 2 TYPICAL AGENDA FOR KICK-OFF MEETING CONTD…. 7 Detail of 3. IMPLEMENTATION PHASE 3. 2 TYPICAL AGENDA FOR KICK-OFF MEETING CONTD…. 7 Detail of co ordinators for all the agencies concerned with postal addresses, contact persons area wise, phone numbers, fax number, e-mail address, mobile number etc 8 Contract coordination procedure with Customer, Consultant, inter units etc. 9 Document numbering and trasmittal modalities. 10 Data for preparation of L 1 / L 2 networks 11 List of drawings to be approved by customer for all the packages. Schedule of submission and approvals with dates. 12 List of Quality plans to be approved by customer for all the packages. Schedule of submission and approvals with dates. 23

3. IMPLEMENTATION PHASE 3. 2 TYPICAL AGENDA FOR KICK-OFF MEETING CONTD…. 13 List of 3. IMPLEMENTATION PHASE 3. 2 TYPICAL AGENDA FOR KICK-OFF MEETING CONTD…. 13 List of Sub vendors to be approved by customer for all the packages. Schedule of submission and approvals with dates. 14 Nomenculature of auxiliaries like fans, mills , pumps etc. ( Numbering from left to right or from right to left ) 15 List of mandatory spares to be supplied under each package and unitwise allocation of the same. 16 List of special tools and tackles to be supplied for each package and unitwise allocation of the same. 17 List of commissioning spares to be supplied for each package. 18 List of recommended spares if any 24

3. IMPLEMENTATION PHASE 3. 2 TYPICAL AGENDA FOR KICK-OFF MEETING CONTD…. 19 20 21 3. IMPLEMENTATION PHASE 3. 2 TYPICAL AGENDA FOR KICK-OFF MEETING CONTD…. 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 List of customer inputs with schedule dates Clarity on Guarantee data schedule. Detail regarding applicability of Liquidated damages clause. Detail regarding Insurance coverage for transportation, storage, E&C Clarity on Zero date of contract Clarity on mode of material despatches Address of the customer for despatching the materials, Name of the Rly siding, List of transporters available and their addresses with contact person and phone numbers Project schedule milestone wise. 25

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3. IMPLEMENTATION PHASE 3. 2 TYPICAL AGENDA FOR KICK-OFF MEETING CONTD…. 27 28 29 3. IMPLEMENTATION PHASE 3. 2 TYPICAL AGENDA FOR KICK-OFF MEETING CONTD…. 27 28 29 30 31 32 Clarity regarding commissioning, trial operation, final acceptance, defect liability period etc. Clarity on scope of consumables to be supplied during and after commissioning. Clarity on taxes and duties Clarity on Terms of payment Site office/ space requirement. Requirement of construction power and construction water 27

3. IMPLEMENTATION PHASE 3. 3 PREPARE L-1 NETWORK 3. 4 GET L-2 NETWORK DULY 3. IMPLEMENTATION PHASE 3. 3 PREPARE L-1 NETWORK 3. 4 GET L-2 NETWORK DULY MATCHED WITH L-1 3. 5 FINALISE ENGINEERING INFORMATION FLOW SCHEDULE AND DISTRIBUTE TO CONCERNED 3. 6 FINALISE QUALITY PLAN / FIELD QUALITY PLAN SCHEDULE AND DISTRIBUTE TO CONCERNED. 3. 7 FINALISE BROAD BILLING BREAKUP IN LINE WITH LOA 3. 8 FINALISE BILLING BREAK UP FOR INDIVIDUAL UNITS 28

3. IMPLEMENTATION PHASE 3. 9 PREPARE CONTRACT HAND BOOK : IT SHALL CONTAIN THE 3. IMPLEMENTATION PHASE 3. 9 PREPARE CONTRACT HAND BOOK : IT SHALL CONTAIN THE FOLLOWING – 1. INDEX MAP SHOWING LOCATION OF THE PROJECT (ROAD MAP AS WELL AS RAIL MAP) 2. PROJECT INFORMATION – POSTAL ADDRESS, CONTACT POINTS OF CUSTOMER, CONSULTANTS, SITE, FOR TECHNICAL AND FINANCIAL MATTERS 3. ALLOCATION OF SUPPLIES & SERVICES. 4. MILESTONES TO BE MONITORED 5. LIST OF MAJOR INPUTS FROM CUSTOMER 6. CONTRACT CO-ORDINATION PROCEDURE. 29

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3. IMPLEMENTATION PHASE 3. 9 CONTRACT HAND BOOK CONTD…. . 7. CORRESPONDENCE/DOCUMENT TRANSMITTAL PROCEDURE. 3. IMPLEMENTATION PHASE 3. 9 CONTRACT HAND BOOK CONTD…. . 7. CORRESPONDENCE/DOCUMENT TRANSMITTAL PROCEDURE. 8. EXTRACT OF SALIENT TERMS & CONDITIONS OF CONTRACT. 9. LIST OF SPARES TO BE SUPPLIED. 10. TRIAL OPERATION DETAILS AS PER CONTRACT. 11. GUARANTEED PARAMETERS FOR PG TEST. 12. TESTS TO BE CARRIED OUT 13. LD / PENALTY / BONUS DETAILS 32

3. IMPLEMENTATION PHASE 3. 9 CONTRACT HAND BOOK CONTD…. . 14. LIST OF EXCLUSIONS 3. IMPLEMENTATION PHASE 3. 9 CONTRACT HAND BOOK CONTD…. . 14. LIST OF EXCLUSIONS 15. STATUTORY APPROVAL DETAIL 16. L-1 NETWORK 17. FACILITIES TO BE PROVIDED BY CUSTOMER 18. CONSIGNEE ADDRESS 19. INDEX OF TENDER / OFFER DOCUMENTS 20. LIST OF TERMINAL POINTS 33

3. IMPLEMENTATION PHASE 3. 10 REVIEW PROGRESS ON INFRASTURE, EXPEDITE AND FOLLOW UP ENABLING 3. IMPLEMENTATION PHASE 3. 10 REVIEW PROGRESS ON INFRASTURE, EXPEDITE AND FOLLOW UP ENABLING WORKS 3. 11 EXPEDITE SUPPLY OF ERECTION DRAWINGS QUALITY PLANS TO SITE 3. 12 EXPEDITE MATERIAL SUPPLY TO SITE 3. 13 MAKE A ROLING PLAN OF 3 MONTHS MATERIAL REQUIREMENT. 3. 14 ORGANISE MONTHLY REVIEW MEETING TO MONITOR AND CONTROL PROGRESS AS PER L-2 SCHEDULE 34

 Monitoring and Control A Management process in which (1) Actual performance is compared Monitoring and Control A Management process in which (1) Actual performance is compared with planned performance, (2) Difference between the two is measured, (3) Causes contributing to the difference are identified, and (4) Corrective Action is taken to eliminate or minimize the difference 35

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3. IMPLEMENTATION PHASE 3. 15 PREPARE PHYSICAL AND FINANCIAL TURN OVER FOR THE ENTIRE 3. IMPLEMENTATION PHASE 3. 15 PREPARE PHYSICAL AND FINANCIAL TURN OVER FOR THE ENTIRE CONTRACT PERIOD AND MONITOR THE SAME 3. 11 PLAN, MONITOR AND CONTROL OF INFRASTRUCTURE AND ENABLING WORKS. 37

4. PROJECT LIFE CYCLE 4 CLOSURE PHASEa) Finalise documentation “As build” / “As done” 4. PROJECT LIFE CYCLE 4 CLOSURE PHASEa) Finalise documentation “As build” / “As done” b) Collect and evaluate all lessons learnt. Data Banking It will be useful for next project c) Close the project officially 38

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ACTION PLAN FOR COMPLETING THE WORK IN SPECIFIED TIME USE OF INTEGRATED PROJECT MGMT. ACTION PLAN FOR COMPLETING THE WORK IN SPECIFIED TIME USE OF INTEGRATED PROJECT MGMT. SYSTEM 1. 2. 3. PROJECT MANAGEMENT FROM CONCEPT TO COMMISSIONING. USE OF LEVEL 1, LEVEL 2 AND LEVEL 3 NETWORKS FOR MANUFACTURING, ERECTION & COMMISSIONING. EXPEDITING INTERFACE REQUIREMENTS FOR CUSTOMER’S SCOPE OF WORKS. 49

ACTION PLAN FOR COMPLETING THE WORK IN SPECIFIED TIME 4. RESOURCE PLANNING ON - ACTION PLAN FOR COMPLETING THE WORK IN SPECIFIED TIME 4. RESOURCE PLANNING ON - SITE INFRASTRUCTURE - MAJOR TOOLS AND PLANTS - CONSUMABLES 5. 6. 7. EXPEDITING FEEZING OF DRWINGS, DOCUMENTS & MANUALS. MONITORING & EXPEDITING BOUGHT OUT ITEMS. MONITORING AND CONTROLLING PROGRAMMES. 50

ACTION PLAN FOR COMPLETING THE WORK IN SPECIFIED TIME 8. 9. CONSTRUCTION PLANNING AT ACTION PLAN FOR COMPLETING THE WORK IN SPECIFIED TIME 8. 9. CONSTRUCTION PLANNING AT SITE. WORKING OUT PROPER SEQUENCES OF ERECTION 10. MANAGEMENT INTERVENTION & FOLLOW UP 11. WORKING ON PARALLEL ACTIVITIES. 51

EXTENSION OF CONTRACT PERIOD 1 PREPARE GROUND FOR GETTING CONTRACT PERIOD EXTENDED WITHOUT LEVY EXTENSION OF CONTRACT PERIOD 1 PREPARE GROUND FOR GETTING CONTRACT PERIOD EXTENDED WITHOUT LEVY OF LD 2 REASONS FOR DELAY BY CUSTOMER, CONSULTANTS AND MANUFACTURING UNITS TO BE RECORDED WITH DOC. EVIDENCE 3 REASONS FOR DELAY BEYOND CONTROL OF CONTRACTOR OR OWNER TO BE RECORDED WITH DOCUMENTARY EVIDENCE LIKE – A. NATURAL CALAMITY – FLOOD, DROUGHT, EARTHQUAKES, EPIDAMICS, CYCLONE, HURRICANE, NUCLEAR DISASTER ETC B. ACTS OF ANY GOVT. DOMESTIC OR FOREIGN – DECLARED OR UNDECLARED WAR, EMBARGOES ETC C. REBELLION, REVOLUTION, USURPATION OF CIVIL OR MILITARY GOVT. CONSPIRACY AND TERRORIST ACTS D. FAILURE OF ANY LOCAL, STATE OR NATIONAL GOVT AUTHORITY IN PROTECTING THE PROJECT 4 ANY ACTION BY CUSTOMER OR CONSULTANTS WHICH RESULTED IN ANY INCREASE IN COST TO BE RECORDED WITH DOC. EVIDENCE 52 TO GET COMPENSATION

PROJECT MANAGEMENT : PSWR : NAGPUR STATISTICAL ANALYSIS SHOWS DELAY IN CONTRACT CLOSING IS PROJECT MANAGEMENT : PSWR : NAGPUR STATISTICAL ANALYSIS SHOWS DELAY IN CONTRACT CLOSING IS DUE TO THE FOLLOWING WHICH NEEDS TO BE ADDRESSED : 1. DELAY IN ENGINEERING. 2. DELAY IN ENGINEERING AND APPROVALS OF DRAWINGS FOR B. O. Is. 3. DELAY DUE TO LATE RESOLUTION OF ENGINEERING INTERFACES BETWEEN UNIT TO UNIT, UNIT TO VENDORS AND DIFFERENT PRODUCT GROUPS. 4. DELAY IN ORDERING. 5. DELAY IN PIPING ENGINEERING. 53

PROJECT MANAGEMENT : PSWR : NAGPUR STATISTICAL ANALYSIS SHOWS DELAY IN CONTRACT CLOSING IS PROJECT MANAGEMENT : PSWR : NAGPUR STATISTICAL ANALYSIS SHOWS DELAY IN CONTRACT CLOSING IS DUE TO THE FOLLOWING WHICH NEEDS TO BE ADDRESSED : 6. DELAY IN PREPARATION OF CABLE SCHEDULE AND TERMINATION DETAILS. 7. DELAY IN APPROVAL OF VENDOR DRGS & DATA SHEETS. 8. DELAY IN INSPECTION. 9. EXTRAORDINARY DELAY IN RETIREMENT OF DOCUMENTS FOR BOIs 10. DELAY IN COMPLETION OF TRIAL OPERATION 11. DELAY IN CONDUCTING PG TEST. 12. DELAY IN SUBMISSION OF TIME EXTENSION CASE. 54

PROJECT MANAGEMENT : PSWR : NAGPUR STATISTICAL ANALYSIS SHOWS DELAY IN CONTRACT CLOSING IS PROJECT MANAGEMENT : PSWR : NAGPUR STATISTICAL ANALYSIS SHOWS DELAY IN CONTRACT CLOSING IS DUE TO THE FOLLOWING WHICH NEEDS TO BE ADDRESSED : 13. DELAY IN RECONCILIATION OF MAIN SUPPLIES. 14. DELAY IN HANDING OVER OF INITIAL SPARES TO CUSTOMER AND RECONCILIATION THEREOF. 15. DELAY IN HANDING OVER OF SPECIAL TOOLS & TACKLES 16. DELAY IN SUBMISSION OF DRAWINGS , DOCUMENTS O&M MANUALS AND AS BUILT DRAWINGS. 17. DELAY IN LIQUIDATION OF PENDING POINTS. 18. DELAY IN COMPLETION OF STATUTORY REQUIREMENTS. 55

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