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Irrigation management transfer at Paliganj canal, Bihar, India

Irrigation management transfer at Paliganj canal, Bihar, India

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Published by International Irrigation Management Institute in Colombo .
Written in English

    Places:
  • India,
  • Bihar.
    • Subjects:
    • Irrigation -- Management -- India -- Bihar,
    • Water development resources -- India -- Bihar,
    • Agriculture -- Economic aspects -- India -- Bihar

    • Edition Notes

      StatementL.P. Srivastava and Jeffrey D. Brewer.
      SeriesShort report series on locally managed irrigation ;, report no. 7
      ContributionsBrewer, Jeffrey Daniel, 1947-
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsMicrofiche 97/63031 (H)
      The Physical Object
      FormatMicroform
      Paginationv, 20 p.
      Number of Pages20
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL322428M
      LC Control Number97903184

      India's irrigation is mostly groundwater well based. At 39 million hectares (67% of its total irrigation), India has the world's largest groundwater well equipped irrigation system (China with 19 mha is second, USA with 17 mha is third). India has spent ₹ 16, crore on irrigation development between and Author by: N. K. Singh Language: en Publisher by: Harper Collins Format Available: PDF, ePub, Mobi Total Read: 32 Total Download: File Size: 54,5 Mb Description: Well-known economists and policy makers look at the Bihar model of development and discuss the challenges ahead During the s, Bihar's development failed to benefit from the acceleration in India.

      Land tenure and its effect on water management in Bihar [India] and Nepal Fraser Sugden Water-energy nexus in the eastern Gangetic Plains: old issues and new options Tushaar Shah Improving the rural livelihoods through the development and management of smallscale water resources of East India and Nepal. This is the official Website of Irrigation & Water Resources Department, State Government of Uttar Pradesh, India. Content on this website is published and Managed by Irrigation & Water Resources Department, Uttar Pradesh. For any query regarding this website, Please contact the "Web Information Manager".

      From state to jointly managed irrigation systems: social mobilization and management transfer guidelines for large canal systems. Lahore, Pakistan: International Water Management Institute (IWMI). Pakistan National Program vii, 44p. Participatory GIS For Irrigation Management in Periyar Main Canal Command Area - A Case Study of Kumaram Village, Madurai District R. Manonmani, Dr. R. S. Suja Rose India toposheets comprising the numbers 58K/l, 58G/13, 58J/4, Author: R. Manonmani, R. S. Suja Rose.


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Irrigation management transfer at Paliganj Canal Bihar, India. By L. Srivastava and J. Brewer. Download PDF (1 MB) Abstract.

24p. + mapCanal irrigationIrrigation managementFarmer managed irrigation systemsMaintenanceWater distributionFarmers' associationsPrivatization Author: L. Srivastava and J. Brewer. Location of Repository Irrigation management transfer at Paliganj Canal Bihar, India By L.

Srivastava and J. Brewer Publisher: International Irrigation Management Institute (IIMI).Author: L. Srivastava and J. Brewer. Paliganj Distributary Canal in Bihar, India. In several cases, entire schemes have been transferred to farmer organizations (usually federated).

These range from hectare schemes in Indonesia to the ,hectare Columbia Basin Project in the USA (which was transferred to three districts serving an average area of 77, hectares).

There are 2, river lift-irrigation schemes, 5, deep tubewells, aboutshallow tubewells and aboutdug wells used for irrigation. Bihar’s gross sown irrigated area of around 50% is relatively low as compared to 95% in Punjab, 67% in Uttara Pradesh, and 60% for India as a whole. In Bihar, this was the first step towards democratic irrigation management in major canal irrigation systems.

Power might be a important demand for socio economic development. economic process depends on accessibility of adequate, reliable and quality power at competitive rate. international conference on irrigation management transfer.

wuhan, china. september 20 - 24, organized jointly by the. international irrigation management institute. and. wuhan university of hydraulic a nd electrical engineering. support provided by. hubei a ssociation of sci ence and technology h ubei hydrau li c engineeri ng society.

IMPROVING CANAL IRRIGATION PERFORMANCE WITH ON‐FARM WATER STORAGE: EVIDENCE FROM THE INDIRA GANDHI NAHAR PARIYOJANA PROJECT IN INDIA † Upali A. Amarasinghe. Corresponding Author. International Water Management Institute, New Delhi Office, New Delhi, India.

Upali A. Amarasinghe, Senior Researcher. Canal irrigation in India is one of the principal methods used for improving the growth of the crops. After wells and tube wells, canal irrigation is the second most important irrigation source.

However, this method is only extended to those areas that are large level plains of deep fertile soil and are drained by well distributed perennial rivers. ADVERTISEMENTS: Read this article to learn about the State-Wise Distribution of Canal Systems in India. Punjab and Haryana: Because of the favourable geographical location of rivers and scanty rainfall all over the years, emphasis on irrigation through canals were laid down in Punjab since the dawn of civilization.

Though numerous inundation canals were constructed in. Chapter 2 Bihar Agriculture: At a glance Chapter 3 Crop Production Chapter 4 Animal Husbandry, Dairy and Fisheries Chapter 5 Water Resources Chapter 6 Energy Chapter 7 Land Resource Management Chapter 8 Plantation & Green coverage Chapter 9 Approach Road File Size: KB.

Canal Irrigation in India circa That canal irrigation was an excellent business enterprise for the Colonial government is evident in the concluding paragraphs of Buckley Burton’s book: “ The capital cost of the works in operation of which capital accounts are kept was about £30, sterling at the end of the years File Size: KB.

Financing Irrigation Services: A Lirerafure Revia\' and Selecred Case Studies frm Asia lrrigaion development in Bihar. Before I, there was only one major scheme, the Sone Canal Irrigation System. The irrigation development achieved by 1 from major and medium schemes was million the yeara new barrage was commissioned at Inderpuri.

irrigation management transfer programs in many parts of Asia, the Pakistan experiment of moga- rehabilitat ion program offers an interesting contrast as an approach to. Introduction of an information system for facilitating canal operations M. Hafeezullah, M. Khan and P.

Vehmeyer Analyzing the impact of alternative operational rules on water distribution M. Kuper, X. Litrico and Z. Habib Types of irrigation management transfer in India J. Brewer and K. Raju. Past, Present, and the Future of Canal Irrigation in India 71 remained increasingly uncollected.

Aroundirrigation fees were the largest source of government revenue in Punjab, higher than even income tax (Islam ); but these declined rapidly after Bythe scenario throughout the country had changed dras-tically for the Size: KB.

Author by: N. Singh Languange: en Publisher by: Harper Collins Format Available: PDF, ePub, Mobi Total Read: 71 Total Download: File Size: 45,8 Mb Description: Well-known economists and policy makers look at the Bihar model of development and discuss the challenges ahead During the s, Bihar's development failed to benefit from the acceleration in India.

पिन-८०००१५. #N#Sinchai Bhawan, Patna, Bihar, India. E-mail: wrd-bih [at]nic [dot]in. Transfer of Ganga Water to South Bihar through Pump Canal Scheme at Barh with Multipurpose Development of these basins. 7 Nos.

Barrage, 1 no. Reservoir (Masathu) Lined canal- Km. CCA- Lakh Ha.-National Water Development Agency (NWDA) SOUTH: Multi Purpose: Patna, Nalanda, Nawadah, Gaya, Aurangabad, Jamui: Conventional Irrigation. ADVERTISEMENTS: Canals Irrigation in India: Get information about the canals of 1.

Uttar Pradesh 2. Punjab 3. Haryana 4. Andhra Pradesh 5. Bihar 6. West Bengal 7. Rajasthan 8. Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh 9. Orissa Karnataka Tamil Nadu Maharashtra Gujarat Canals used to be the most important source of irrigation up-to. A Scenario Testing of Canal Irrigation Cooperatives for ).

Irrigation management transfer or Participatory Irrigation Management has become a widespread strategy in Asia, Africa, and Latin America. It often includes demand management to encourage efficient ** Professor, Institute of Rural Management Anand, Gujarat, India.Participatory Irrigation Management: Paradigm for the 21st Century, Vol.

1, Rawat Publications, Jaipur, India. Downloaded by [North Dakota State University] at Author: Alok Sikka.water management, Net Irrigation Requirement and Irrigation Demand with canal running time. • Crop yield and C.C.A will increase with optimum Irrigation Scheduling also saving water.

• CROPWAT is a strong tool for Irrigation Scheduling. It is a computer interactive and handling of database is very much smooth. REFERENCES 1. Anonymous,().File Size: KB.