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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

FAQs for Administrative Branch

What are the Legal classes of Forest ?

Forests are mainly of three legal classes, i.e.

  • Reserved forest
  • Protected forest
  • Un-classed forest
What is Reserved Forest ?

Reserved Forest is forest area declared under Section -20 of Indian Forest Act-1927 (IFA) after following due process of settlement of Rights under Sec-4 to Sec-19 of IFA and enjoys highest protection and status amongst Legal Classes of forests.

What is Protected Forest ?

Protected Forest is forest area declared under Section -29 of Indian Forest Act-1927 (IFA) pending due process of settlement of Rights under IFA and enjoys second highest protection and status amongst Legal Classes of forests.

What is un-classed Forest ?

Un-Classed Forest is forest area over which State Government has declared its intention to constitute such area as forest under Indian Forest Act-1927 (IFA) pending due process of settlement of Rights under IFA and enjoys least protection and status amongst Legal Classes of forests.

What are Forest types ?

The Agro-climatic zones in the State reflect the diversity of Ecosystems in the state which develop in to different types of Forest Types (Habitats).

As per the Champion and Seth Classification system, out of 16 major forest types found in the country, Four Main types of Forests are found in Gujarat.

What major Forest types are found in the state of Gujarat ?

Following four main types of forest ecosystems are found in Gujarat.

  • Type 3B Tropical Moist Deciduous Forests
  • Type 4B Littoral and Swamp Forests
  • Type 5A Tropical Dry Deciduous Forests
  • Type 6B Northern Tropical Thorn Forests
How Forests are classified into types ?

Forests are classified into various types and sub-types based on broad characteristics of vegetation supported by them.

What are the major sub-types of forests found in the state ?

The forests areas of the State have been broadly classified in 11 categories as follows :

  • Moist Deciduous Forests
  • Slightly Moist Teak Forests
  • Dry Teak Forests
  • Very Dry Teak Forests
  • Dry Deciduous Forests
  • Dry Deciduous Scrub Forests
  • Tropical Dry Deciduous Forests
  • Dry Mixed Deciduous & tropical Forests
  • Desert Thorn Scrub Forests
  • Savannah Forests
  • Mangrove Forests
What is Forest cover ?

Forest Survey of India carry-out assessment of Forest cover and its changes at the interval of two years. The forest cover as assessed by Forest Survey of India includes all lands which has a tree canopy density of 10 percent and above and have a minimum area of one hectare. The forest cover reported by FSI encompasses all types of lands irrespective of their ownership, land use and legal status.

How Forest cover assessment is done ?

The forest cover is assessed using satellite based remote sensing data of LISS-III by FSI.

It includes all lands which has a tree canopy density of 10 percent and above and have a minimum area of one hectare.

What are major reasons of change in Forest area ?

Change in forest area takes place mainly due to diversion of forest area for non-forest purposes (Negative Changes) and Inclusion of new area in forest (Positive Changes).

What are important changes in Forest cover in recent years in the state ?

The changes in forest area in the State is positive over the years. The change in the Forest Area of the State during the period from the year 1985 to 2013. It has increased from 19318.30 Square KMs in 1985 (9.86 %) to 21664.99 Square KMs in 2013 (11.05 %).

What is a Working Plan ?

Management of forests is carried out through Working plan of the forests. Working plans are documents prescribing detailed management of forest area of an unit. Working plans are prepared as per Working plan code and approved by Government of India.

Why working plans are necessary ?

Working plans are necessary for scientific management of forests on sustainable basis.

What are mangroves ?

Mangroves are a group of trees and shrubs that live in the coastal intertidal zone.

Where these Mangrove forest are located in the state ?

Mangrove forests are found in the Intertidal areas of the 15 districts of the State. These forests are represented by 15 mangrove species and more than 100 mangrove associates.

What is importance of Mangroves ?

Mangroves are very important source of various non-timber forest products for coastal communities such as fodder, fire wood, honey, gum etc. Therefore, conservation and protection of these ecosystems is very important for the sustainable growth and development of the State. Mangroves protect the shoreline against erosion caused by wind and water currents and also mitigate the impact of natural calamities such as cyclones and tsunamis. They are one of the most important carbon sinks in coastal and intertidal regions and are the major producers of intertidal areas. Thus, it is very important to have a developed and healthy mangrove cover for the socio- economic security of coastal areas.

What is status of mangroves in Gujarat ?

Gujarat is the only state which has registered an increase of 45 sq km of mangrove cover. (FSI, 2013) in last decade. Gujarat hosts the second largest(after WB) mangrove cover (1103 sq km) of the country (4628 sq km). It is spread over Districts of the state, i.e. Kachchh, Jamnagar, Rajkot, Porbandar, Devbhoomi Dwarika, Amreli, Junagadh, Gir- Somnath, Bhavnagar, Ahmedabad, Anand, Bharuch, Surat, Navsari and Valsad districts.

What are major changes in last decade in Mangrove cover of Gujarat?

Change in mangrove cover of Gujarat over the last decade is as follows :

Year Mangrove cover (sq km)
2001 911
2003 916
2005 991
2009 1046
2011 1058
2013 1103
What is role of Mangroves in Protection against Natural calamities ?

Mangroves protect the shoreline against erosion caused by wind and water currents and also mitigate the impact of natural calamities such as cyclones and tsunamis by acting as shelter belt for the shore line.

What is role of Mangroves in Livelihood for coastal communities ?

Mangroves are very important source of various non-timber forest products for coastal communities such as fodder, fire wood, honey, gum etc. Thus, these ecosystems are very important for the sustainable growth and development of the State.

What are major mangrove species found in Gujarat ?

Following are major Mangrove species found in Gujarat.

Avicennia marina Ceriops tagal
Avicennia officinalis Excoecaria agallocha
Avicennia alba Kandelia candel
Acanthus ilicifolius Lumnitzera racemosa
Aegiceras corniculatum Rhizophora mucronata
Bruguiera cylindrica Sonneratia apetala
Bruguiera gymnorrhiza
What are Grass vidis ?

Grass lands of Saurashtra, Kachchh and Central Gujarat region, managed by Gujarat Forest Department for grass production are known as "Vidis” in local vernacular.

What are major types of Grass vidis in Gujarat ?

There are mainly two types of vidis in Gujarat, i.e.

  • Reserved Grass Vidis
  • Non- Reserved Grass Vidis
What is Annual Grass production from Grass vidis in the state ?

Average Annual Grass production from the Grass vidis of the state at present is approximately 100 lac KGs.

What is capacity of storage of Grass Godowns in the state ?

Grass storage capacity of the Grass Godowns of the state at present is approximately 400 lac KGs.

Why grass storage is important?

Gujarat State is prone to frequent Draughts and scarcity conditions. Cattle breeding is one of the major occupations in this region. In fact, there are communities which solely depend on cattle breeding in the state. Since the animal husbandry is very important in the state, the storage of Grass is also very important to save cattle during frequent Scarcity periods in the state.

What is method of Grass distribution ?

The grass collected from the reserved grasslands by the Forest Department is stored as buffer stock to meet the fodder requirement during scarcity conditions as per the state Government order of Agriculture Department PRY/102004/grass/1/G dated 31/8/2006. This grass is distributed by the Revenue Department during scarcity conditions as per the latest rate sanctioned by the Government of Gujarat.

What is joint Forest Management (JFM)?

Joint Forest Management (JFM) is a programme in which the forest areas are jointly managed by the local communities along with Forest Department on a care and share basis. The local people help in the development and protection of forests and, in return, they get bamboos, small timbers, and a share in the final harvest of timber in addition to the Non-Timber Forest Products (NTFPs).

When JFM was started in the state?.

Joint Forest Management is being implemented in the Gujarat State since the year 1991.

What is present status of JFM in in the state?

Continuous efforts are made to involve more and more people in JFM. As a result of these efforts, as many as 3414 Joint Forest Management Committees (JFMCs) are registered in the State covering an Forest area of 458303.20 ha. under JFM.

What is E-Auction of Timber?

E-Auction is an method of online auction where registered bidders (in this case timber merchants) submit their offers electronically for the timber lots from various depots put for auction and displayed on the website. It is a Gujarat Forest Departments’ novel initiative using of Information and communications technology (ICT) to improve efficiency, effectiveness, transparency and the accountability of the entire timber auction process.

What are advantages of E-Auction of Timber?

E-Auction of Timber is impartial, transparent and more effective method of Timber Auction. It does not require presence of auctioneer or bidder at the site of Timber depot and one can participate in it from practically anywhere. It removes likelihood of human error and possibilities of rigging in the traditional open auction.

How one can take part in E-Auction?

E-Auctions are hoisted by (n) Code Solutions on behalf of Gujarat Forest Department. One needs to get registered with (n) Code Solutions by paying necessary registration fee and deposits for E-Auction. Once authorization and digital signature is obtained from (n) Code Solutions, one can take part in E-auctions.

FAQs for Social Forestry Branch

What exactly is social forestry ?

Social Forestry is a wing of forest department which undertakes and promotes forestation activities outside forest areas. This wing undertakes plantation departmentally but more emphasis is on promoting afforestation activities by people in general.

What are the main activities / schemes from which people can be benefited ?

This wing undertakes lot of activities and all of them are people centric but the main schemes benefiting individual beneficiaries are as follows

  • Van Mahotsav
  • Farm Land plantation
  • Decentralized People’s Nurseries
What are the details of the Van Mahotsav scheme ?
  • This is a scheme through which the department raises large number of seedlings with the sole purpose of distributing among people.
  • In very limited cases like gram Panchayat, schools, government departments etc these seedlings are given free of cost. For others it is given with cost. But the cost is also very nominal.
  • The cost of the seedlings depend on the size :
    • 10X 20 Cm - Rs 0.75 Per Plant
    • 15X25 Cm - Rs 1.00 Per Plant
    • 20X30 Cm - Rs 2.00 Per Plant
  • Any one can take the seedlings raised under this scheme ,after paying their prescribed cost , directly from the departmental nurseries as a matter of right as long as seedlings are actually available. There is no need for any recommendation from anyone. The payment can be made at the nurseries itself.
  • In addition to this if few villagers decide to buy at least 1200 plants of 15X25 cm size or 2500 plants of 10X20 cm size, and they deposit the cost of plants in nursery then the plants will be transported to the village free of cost.
Where should I approach to get the seedlings ?

You can visit any of the nurseries select the seedlings and take them after paying the cost then and there itself.

Why is government not giving the seedling free of cost ?

Government can very well give the seedlings free of cost but it is proved beyond doubt that while doing so lot of seedlings are wasted and people never develop any belongingness to the plants. Moreover the cost of seedling is so nominal that it can never be a deterrent. This way we can distinguish between genuinely interested person from one who wants to just show off. Just imagine a simple cup tea also cost Rs 5.00 where a seedling which can grow into a tree is costing just Rs 1.00. So is the cost really deterrent?

What is "Farm Land " plantation scheme?
  • Under this scheme the department undertakes plantation on the fields of small and marginal farmers. The species selection is as per the choice of the farmer. The ownership of thus raised plants remain with the farmer.
  • The activities of raising nursery, plantation, weeding etc. are done by the department. On top of this compensation is also provided if the survival percentage is more than 50%.
  • Anyone seeking to take benefit of this scheme should apply by October.
What is " Decentralized Peoples Nursery” ?
  • In this scheme we give target to anyone to raise the seedling. Compensation of Rs 1.15 per plant raised is given in three instalments. Usually the target is kept as 20000. So if the applicant can raise the all the 20000 seedlings then he can get Rs 23000 over a period of 7-8 months.
  • The ownership of the seedlings raised remains with the beneficiary. He can sell it or use it without any permission from anyone.
  • Though the scheme is open to all but preference is given to a person who can keep a piece of land reserved for the purpose of nursery for minimum twelve months. In other words preference is given to one who plans to undertake the nursery activity as a commercial activity and not just a seasonal activity on that piece of land.
  • Anyone seeking to take benefit of this scheme should apply by October.
Is there any scheme of giving grants to NGO for undertaking afforestation activity ?

As of now there is no scheme of giving grant to NGO or for that matter anyone for undertaking afforestation activity. All the plantation activity is done departmentally. Nevertheless there are many ways NGOs and other such institution can take advantage of the schemes and get mutually benefited.

  • They can promote the "Farm land” plantation activities in their project area. All they have to do is to motivate and put an application to the division. This way they can get the benefit of convergence.
  • Similarly they can educate someone in there project area and motivate him to take up DCP. It could be a very good income generating activity.
  • NGO’s can take seedlings from our nurseries with cost, transport them and sell them to the villagers at higher costs.
  • Nevertheless you can meet personally or at least send your contact address so that whenever there is any possibility for any association you may be contacted.
I am a school / college going student. How can I contribute in the cause of tree planting ?
  • You must have heard lot about various problems like global warming, might have written essays, took part in debates but now it is time for some real action.
  • Planting trees by your own hand is not the only way to help environment. You can very well educate the people living near you regarding the above mentioned schemes of forest department.
  • You can also form a small group and visit the villagers and educate them.
  • You can at least send a link of this website to all your friends and request them to propagate the schemes. So never undermine your potential in this endeavour.
I have visited your nurseries and found that there are mainly seedlings of big trees which grow slowly. Why don’t forest department raises flowering plants which have more demand just like other private nurseries ?
  • Big trees and small flowering plants have different roles to play in our environment. Whereas small plants provide beauty big plants provide much more vital oxygen in the environment. You must have read in your school days that plants by photosynthesis take in carbon dioxide. While all plants undertake photosynthesis but in trees only the sequestered carbon is stored in form of wood and hence can be stored for a longer period. A complete note "Importance of tree in combating Global Warming." on this topic is kept on this site and the same can be downloaded.
  • Department does raise flowering plants but in a very small quantity. Our main aim is to promote tree planting.
I am a teacher. How can I help in this cause ?

You are probably the best person to impart this sensitivity in your students. Apart from simply making them aware you can encourage them to propagate the schemes to villagers. You can have some kind of competition as to who can motivate maximum number of villagers to take seedlings under Van Mahotsav scheme.

I am a common man. How can I help in this effort ?

Every person however common he may think of himself will have something by which he can contribute in this effort. Some will have money, some will have land, some will have social standing, some will have time etc. You are the best judge to judge your strengths. The message that has to be spread is very simple. A time has come when tree should be planted in every possible place and Forest Department is providing the seedlings to general public at nominal costs. People should take them and plant them.

What will I get out of it if i promote your schemes ?
  • Kindly do not look at this as if you are promoting schemes of forest department. Forest department does not gain anything commercially from this nor is this the motive. You are in fact helping a common man by helping him to grow trees by educating him of the schemes which is for him only.
  • It is also not necessary that you talk about our schemes. You can very well encourage them to take seedlings from any place of their choice from any agency. That is totally secondary issue. The main issue is promotion of planting trees. If you feel that someone can benefited from these schemes tell him else just motivate him to grow more trees.
  • We do not plan to give any monetary incentive for this. We are looking for people who are really genuinely interested in protecting environment. But though we are not giving monetary incentive, we guarantee you that you will get immense satisfaction and happiness which no amount of money would have given. Just pause and think.

FAQs for Land Branch

What is Forest Conservation Act 1980, (FCA)? Since when the act had been enacted?

Forest Conservation Act, 1980 was passed in Parliament by Government of India in the year 1980 in order to conservation of forests and to regulate the use of forest land for Non-forestry purpose. This act came into force on 25th October, 1980.

What types of Forest land are covered under Forest Conservation Act, 1980?

The land/area declared as forest under various sections of Indian Forest Act, 1927, registered in Government records, as well as any areas as forest, as per dictionary meaning, as per order of Hon’ble Supreme Court, in the writ petition No.202/1995 is covered under Forest Conservation Act, 1980.

What is Non-forest use?

Mining in forest land, collection of sand, stones and minerals from rivers, ravines and from any other parts of Forest land, laying of Electric line/ Cable/ optic fibres / Telephones line/ Gas pipeline, in the forest area; any construction activities, storage of goods for commercial purpose, construction of Dams for irrigation, construction of retaining wall to stop entering Sea-water etc. are examples of activities, considered as Non-forest use.

Who can demand diversion of forest land under FCA?

Any Indian citizen, Voluntary origination, Industrial unit or company, any Government/Semi-Government origination which has no alternative for use of forest land may demand forest land.

At what level the permission of proposal for diversion of forest land, are granted?

The permission of proposal for diversion of forest land is granted by Ministry of Environment and Forests and Climate Change, Government of India.

  • If the proposal for diversion of forest land is up to 5 hactare, subject to specific conditions, powers to grant permission lies with Additional Principal chief conservator of forests, Regional Office, Bhopal under Ministry of Environment and Forests and Climate Change, Government of India.
  • For the proposal of diversion of forest land between 5 ha. and 40 ha., subject to specific conditions, powers to grant permission lies with Regional Office Bhopal, Ministry of Environment and Forests and Climate Change, Government of India. Additional Principal chief conservator of forests, Regional Office, Bhopal MOEFCC, Government of India, issues order on the basis of recommendations of regional committee.
  • For the proposal of diversion of forest land beyond 40 ha and all proposals of mining and irrigation dams, the proposal is submitted to Ministry of Environment and Forests and Climate Change, Government of India, New delhi.
Has State Government been delegated powers to accord permission under FCA?

Yes, General Approvals have been granted to the State Government for undertaking following public utility projects in the forest land subject to various parameters/conditions.

  • Underground laying of Optical Fiber cables.
  • Underground laying of Electric cables.
  • Underground laying of Telephones lines.
  • Laying of Drinking Waters supplies pipelines.
  • Underground laying of PNG/CNG pipelines.


  • No tree felling of tree is involved;
  • The area should be outside the National Parks/Wild Life sanctuary;
  • Diversion of forest land for widening should be within the Right of way ( ROW),
  • The work should be carried out within maximum size of trench of two meters depth and one meter width.

For developing infrastructure facilities, 13 basic amenities have been identified under FRA, ( eg. Pertaining to health, education, drinking water, approach roads, drainage, water tanks etc), for which forest land up to 1 hectare, can be diverted at state level.

Where and which types of Non-Forest Land is to be selected and proposed for Compensatory Afforestation against diverted forest land?

As per GoI guidelines selection of Non-Forest land for Compensatory Afforestation is to be done in the district in which diversion of forest land has been proposed.

Besides above, following priorities for selection of Non-forest area has been decided by Government of Gujarat.

  • Whenever any forest land for diversion in Kutch District is proposed, land useful for conservation of Great Indian Bustard as well as Non-forest land in proximity of forest land should be given priority for Compensatory Afforestation.

    Whenever any forest land for diversion in the lion habitat districts Junagadh, Amreli & Bhavnagar is proposed for Non-forest use, Non-forest land useful for habitat & movement of lions in the broad Gir area should be given priority.
  • Whenever Non-forest land is not available in the forest land diverted districts, Non-forest land useful for conservation of Great Indian Bustard in Abdasa Taluka in Kutch District is to be given priority in selection.
  • Priority should be given for Non-forest land in Junagadh, Amreli and Bhavnagar districts which is useful for lion corridor in broad Gir area.
  • Priority should be given for Non-forest land in the other districts of the circle in which forest land for diversion is proposed.
  • Priority should be given for Non-forest land in proximity of existing forest land in the other districts of the State.
  • Priority should be given for Non-forest land in proximity to existing National Park and Wildlife Sanctuary or useful for the corridor links to Wildlife Sanctuaries.
  • state government has established land bank for providing land for compensatory afforestation for government development projects in districts of Surendranagar, Jamnagar, Kutch.
Is there any exemption from giving Non-forest land for Compensatory Afforestation?

Non-forest land for Compensatory Afforestation in lieu of diversion of forest land is not required to be given in the following circumstances.

  • For diversion of forest land up to 1 hectare under FRA,
  • For laying of Transmission line upto 220KV.
  • In cases where tree plantation is done along both the sides of public main Roads, Railway lines and Canal and is declared as Protected Forest for expansion and widening of Roads/Railway lines/Canal.
  • For laying of Telephone/Optical Fiber lines,
  • Diversion of forest land for the projects of departments of Government of India/Public undertakings owned by Government of India.
  • For the renewal of Mining lease for which there is no need to use or break any new forest land.

For above, there is no need to give Non-forest land for Compensatory Afforestation but, the user agency has to deposit money for caring out Compensatory Afforestation to raised or degraded forest land twice in extent of the forest area being diverted/de-reserved. While for above, no Compensatory Afforestation is to be carried out.

How much amount is to be deposited as per general conditions for diversion of forest land?

The user agency has to deposit amount as NPV as per types of forest for diverted forest land and the amount for Compensatory Afforestation and its maintenance in Non-forest land/degraded forest area. In addition to this, the user agency has to deposit amount for any other additional Compensatory Afforestation or the actives as per conditions laid down by Government of India.

What is N.P.V.?

N.P.V. means "Net Present Value”. It is the monetized value of services flowing from the forest area. It is different for different forest types.

At what rate is N.P.V. recovered?

N.P.V. has been scientifically calculated on the basis of various parameters. At present the rates fixed for different forest types range from Rs.4.38 lacs and Rs.10.43 lacs per hector. New rates for NPV are under consideration by MOEFCC, GoI

Has any exemption been given from recovery of N.P.V.?

Exemption from N.P.V. recovery has been allowed for the activities in the following categories:

Certain Categories of projects exempted from payment of NPV as per Hon’ble SC orders dated April 24, 2008 and May 9, 2008, as given below:

Sr. No. List of activities/ Projects Exemption levels for NPV (as % of full chargeable NPV)
1. Schools, Hospitals, Children’s playground of non-commercial nature, Community centers in rural areas, Overhead tanks, Village tanks, Laying of underground drinking water pipeline upto 4” diameter; and, Electricity distribution line upto 22 kv in rural areas Full exemption upto one ha of forest land provided:
  • No felling of trees is involved
  • Alternate forest land is not available
  • Project is of non- commercial nature and is part of the plan/non-plan scheme of Government; and
  • The area is outside NP/WLS
2 Relocation of villages from the NPs/WLSs to alternate forest land Full exemption
3 Collection of boulders/silts from the river belts in the forest area Full exemption provided :
  • Area is outside NP/WLS
  • No mining lease is approved/signed in respect of this area
  • The works including the sale of boulders/silt are carried out departmentally or through Government undertaking or through the EDC or JEMC;
  • The activity is necessary for conservation and protection of forests, and
  • The sale proceeds are used for protection/conservation of forests
4 Laying of underground optical fiber cable Full exemption provided :
  • No felling of trees is involved, and
  • Areas fall outside NP/WLS
5 Pre-1980 regularization of encroachments and conversion of forest villages into revenue villages Full exemption provided : These area strictly in accordance with MoEF’s guidelines dated September 18, 1990
6 Underground mining 50% of the NPV of the entire area
7 Field firing range Full exemption provided :
  • No felling of trees is involved, and
  • No likelihood of destruction of forest is involved
8 Wind energy projects 50% of the minimum rate of NPV irrespective of the eco class in which the project lies provided minimum tree felling is involved

FAQs for Vigilance and Protection

What kind of units need licence for wood based industries?

The license is needed for following type of units: Saw mill (both horizontal and vertical), a veneer unit, a particle board, a block board unit, a MDF unit, a plywood (hot press) unit with or without slicer, Katha factory, Khair Gadhtari unit or any unit using any combination of more than one such unit.The details are available in GR dtd 8-8-2011.

Where to apply for the licence for wood based industries?

The license should be be applied at the office concerned DCF of the district. The contact address of the offices are available on the site.

What is the time expected in getting the license?

The issuance of new license is given only after thorough scrutiny of Centrally Empowered committee. CEC permits license based on the prevailing policy of the state subject to availability of growing stock. Since at present new licences are pending for even very old applications dating even before 2002 it is difficult to provide any timeframe. But whenever it is given it will be given as per the seniority based on the earliest application date.

Can I buy a license from another person? If yes what are the restrictions?

License which have been approved by CEC due to the fact that the units existed before 30-10-2002 can be bought or sold after five years of the original date of issuance of license. The officers having power to transfer licenses is provided in GR dated 9-6-2008. Other than such cases new licenses have been given or will be given as per GR dtd 1-10-2012. Such licenses can not be sold or bought.

What are the license conditions?

The license conditions are specified in the GR dtd 23-11-2006

When should the renewal be applied? What happens if there is any delay in applying for the renewal?

The issue has been comprehensively handled in GR dated 18-4-2012

What is SITCZ?

SITCZ means "Special Imported Timber Conversion Zone”. It basically comprises of 4 talukas of Kutch i.e. Gandhidham, Bhachau, Anjar and Mundra. Since these units basically work on imported timber the new licenses are not being restricted by growing stock availability. The licenses in these talukas can be obtained without much wait. The license fee etc are different for this zone. The details are covered by GR dated 9-6-2008, GR dated 1-12-2011 and GR dated 1-10-2012 for SITCZ.

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