Presentation on theme: "Construction of Rural Roads in Benekot, Nepal Name: Khalid Bin Haider ID: Date: 28/7/2011 Course: WRI 102 Section 6 (12:30-1:45) Supervised."— Presentation transcript:
Construction of Rural Roads in Benekot, Nepal Name: Khalid Bin Haider ID: Date: 28/7/2011 Course: WRI 102 Section 6 (12:30-1:45) Supervised By: Jerald O. Cumbus American University Of Sharjah
Table Of Contents Introduction Definition & Background of the problem Problems of road infrastructure Planning Process Design & Development Evaluation Conclusion
Introduction What are the problems of road constructions in Benekot, Nepal? What are the solutions or steps provided to make peoples life easier and get access to private and public areas without any problems? How will the roads in Benekot affect them in future?
Definition & Background of the problem Benekot is a village in Nepal in which there is no electricity, water, or any other resources that helps in the survival of people. People in Benekot have to travel from one place to another to search for food, water, and electricity in order to maintain living standards to families and village people. The main problems that are involved in Benekot village are the following: 1.Womens Issues 2.Social Issues 3.Economy 4.Infrastructure
Major problems of road infrastructure in Benekot, Nepal No warning signs. Lanes are not organized. Income is low. No jobs for people to work for construction and supervision department. No sidewalks because pedestrians are crossing everywhere. People cannot access to areas such as farms, factories, clinics, supermarkets, schools, etc. Big accidents happen in Nepal.
Step 1: Planning Process
Stage 1: Planning Process Government has to hire new workers to begin construction of the roads. Government has to provide funds from organization to workers and every citizen has to participate for community work. Need vehicles and material supplies to initiate construction work at an early time. Blue prints and sketches of road construction has to be provided to every participant involved in the road development (infrastructure) project.
Stage 1: Planning Process Participants: 1.Gender: Males and Females 2.Workforce: Engineers, technicians, villagers, and local people.
Stage 2: Design & Development
Place warning signs on main streets and dirt roads to prevent accidents and traffic conditions from getting worse. Build sidewalks in Benekots cities to make people easily walk without being disturbed by oncoming and ongoing traffic. Build workshops and garages for people to fix their vehicles quickly. Construct lanes of different colors to make drivers even more aware of pedestrians, animals, or any objects obstructing their path.
Step 3: Evaluation
Stage 3: Evaluation The job has achieved its criteria and constraints in an organized way. The project has completed 100% and there are no problems to people who are contributed to the road development project. Test vehicles on any road condition and make sure that all drivers obey the laws of traffic. Evaluate the workforce of people in Benekot, update the progress, and maintain time schedule properly.
Conclusion To improve the lives of Nepalese people, we have to ask ourselves the following questions: 1.Will road infrastructure in Benekot village and its people created a new world of modern civilization and cultural habits? 2.Are there any more future project developments that can benefit the country and its people in future as well as other poor countries who need serious help? 3.Has the increase or decrease in economy and providing more resources of living standards changed the lifestyle of Benekot people who are contributed to the project?
Conclusion Things to really avoid contact and approach when road infrastructure is completely built and aware people while driving on any road condition: 1.Accidents: 2.Natural Disasters: