Height of Collimation?

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Height of collimation and rise and fall are two distinct methods of Levelling. The height of collimation method is normally used where more number of readings is taken with less number of change points for profile levelling and constructional work while the rise and fall method is preferred for check levelling where the number of change points is more.
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