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There are two Methods of Levelling:
  1. Height of Collimation Method
  2. Rise and Fall Method

Height of Collimation Method

This method is simple and easy.

Reduction of levels is easy.

Visualization is not necessary regarding the nature of the ground.

There is no check for intermediate sight readings;

This method is generally used where more number of readings can be taken with less number of change points for constructional work and profile levellings.

Rise and Fall Method

This method is complicated and is not easy to carry out.

Reduction of levels takes more time.

Visualization is necessary regarding the nature of the ground.

Complete check is there for all readings.

This method is preferable for check levelling where number of change points are more


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