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Presentation by Ministry of Water Resources. National Conference on Agriculture for Rabi 15 th September 2005. Presentation Design. Irrigation Development in India Objectives, Achievements and Constraints of CAD programme Restructured CADWM Programme Features Financing Pattern

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presentation by ministry of water resources

Presentation by Ministry of Water Resources

National Conference on

Agriculture for Rabi

15th September 2005

presentation design
Presentation Design
  • Irrigation Development in India
  • Objectives, Achievements and Constraints of CAD programme
  • Restructured CADWM Programme Features
  • Financing Pattern
  • Reclamation of Waterlogging in Commands
  • Status of PIM in India
water as a resource
Water as a Resource
  • Total Surface Water Resource – 1869 BCM
  • Utilizable Water Resource (BCM)
      • Surface - 690
      • Ground - 432
      • Total - 1122
  • Storage (BCM)
      • Existing - 221
      • Pipeline - 84
      • Proposed - 113
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Objectives

  • Bridge the Gap Between Potential Created and that utilised through
    • Micro Level Infrastructure Development
    • Efficient Farm Water Management Practices
  • Optimization of Agricultural Productivity & Production and
  • Improvement in Socio-economic Conditions of Farmers
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Achievements

  • Initiated in 1974-75 & Restructured in 2004-05
  • Programme taken up in 310 projects 162 closed, 23 clubbed into 8 and now 133 continuing
  • CCA of 28.5 Mha Included – 17.05 completed
  • Warabandi included in 11.03 Mha
  • Field Drains covered in 1.54 Mha
  • Central Assistance of Rs. 2879 crores released till June 2005
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Need to Restructure

Constraints of OLD CAD Programme

  • Unreliability of water supply at outlet
  • Gap between available technology and Adoption
  • Lack of participation of farmers
  • Lack of Conjunctive use
  • Lack of sufficient Financial Outlay
  • Water logging / Drainage congestion
  • Absence of Link/Intermediate Drains
  • Administrative Reasons
restructuring
Restructuring
  • Renamed as Command Area Development and Water Management Programme
  • Retains components beneficial to farmers
  • Includes new components essential for correcting system deficiency and improving drainage
  • Excludes components which lost utility over time
restructuring contd
Continuing Components

Survey, Planning and Design

Field Channels (with 10% Beneficiary Contribution)

Full Package OFD Works (with 10 % Beneficiary Contribution)

Construction of Field, Intermediate and Link Drains

Enforcement of Warabandi

Restructuring Contd…
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Restructuring Contd…

Continuing Components ….

  • Reclamation of Waterlogged Areas (with 10% Beneficiary Contribution)
  • Training, Adaptive Trials, Demonstrations, Monitoring & Evaluation (75% Funding)
  • Institutional Support to WUAs
  • Establishment
  • R&D
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Restructuring Contd…

New Components

  • Correction of System Deficiencies
  • Renovation and Desilting of Tanks in CAD Commands for augmenting supplies
  • Bio-Drainage (Selective Areas)
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Components Deleted

Land Leveling & Shaping

Sprinkler & Drip Irrigation

Conjunctive Use

Crop Compensation

Restructuring Contd…
restructured programme thrust areas
Restructured Programme - Thrust Areas
  • Beneficiaries Participation in Construction and O&M
  • Water management above, at and below farm level
  • Reclamation of Waterlogged Areas
  • R&D on Bio-drainage
  • Adaptive Trials/Demonstrations and Training
  • Strengthened Monitoring and Evaluation Mechanism
  • Emphasis on Data Collection, Analysis and Dissemination
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Financing Pattern
  • Construction Activities - 50:50
  • Software Activities - 75:25
  • Minimum 10% contribution by beneficiaries
    • Construction of field channels
    • Reclamation of water logged areas
    • Desilting and renovation of MI tanks
  • Action Research on PIM through WALMIs /Other Central/State Agencies
  • Cost Norms Enhanced
reclamation of waterlogged areas in irrigated commands
Reclamation of Waterlogged Areas in Irrigated Commands
  • Total Area Affected by Water Logging – 2.46 Mha (1991)
objectives of pim
Objectives of PIM
  • To achieve equity in water distribution
  • To improve water use efficiency
  • To make best use of rain, surface and ground water conjunctively
  • To increase irrigation facility and cropping intensity
  • To develop community responsibility to collect water charges and raise internal resources
  • To create a sense of ownership of water and irrigation system among users
status of pim in states
Status of PIM in States
  • Advanced stage of implementation (Legislation Enacted)
    • Andhra Pradesh, Goa, Karnataka, Madhya Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, Rajasthan, Orissa, Kerala, Maharashtra, Bihar
  • Midway stage (Bills framed)
    • Gujarat, Chattisgarh
  • Some headway (Initial Stages)
    • UP
  • No headway
    • NE States, Punjab, Himachal Pradesh, J&K, Haryana, Uttranchal, Jharkhand, West Bengal

So far, more than 55,000 WUAs formed covering an area of about 10 mill. ha. all over the country