BENCH MARKING. Bench Marking. Bench marking would help appropriate interventions. Transparency in irrigation sector Improvements in Irrigation efficiency Equitable distribution Additional area under irrigation. Bench Marking (contd.). Benchmarking is a systematic process
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Benchmarking is a systematic process
for securing continual improvement
through comparison with relevant
and achievable internal or external norms
Benchmarking implies comparison, either
internally with previous performance and
desired future targets or externally against
Annual irrigation water supply for unit irrigated area.
Potential utilised and created
Out put for unit irrigated area
Out put for unit of irrigation water supply
Cost recovery ratio
Total O & M cost per unit area
Total O & M cost per unit water supply
Revenue for unit water supply
Assessment recovery ratio
Land damage index
Man days for O & M per unit area.
Section Officers should submit the water
account of the season within 15 days to the
Sub-Division level consolidation section wise
within 7 days and analyse the performance at
Division level consolidation of sub-divisions
to be completed in 3 days and analyse the
performance at SDN level by EE
Circle level consolidation of divisions to be completed
in 2 days and analysis of performance at Division
level will be done by SE.
Annual water account prepared at Division
level and submit to the CE/CADA
CE will submit the report to CADA
Project wise analysis will be done at CADA in
comparison with the previous years performance, avg.
during the last 5 years and the best performance
achieved and comparisons will also be made across