WB Supervision & Completion Mission
ODISHA
HYDROLOGY PROJECT-II
Surface Water
By: Er. Mukul Ch. Bera, Deputy Director
HYDROLOGY PROJECT – II
Loan no. 4749-IN
Date of Commencement: April 5, 2006
Date of Completion: May 31, 2014
Project Cost ...
Financial Progress
Component Total Cost
(RCT-2013)
Expr.
during
2006-07 to
2012-13
Expr.
during
FY: 2013-
14
Tot. Expr. up...
Financial Management
Particulars Last 8 Yrs.
(06-07 to 13-14)
Probable cost
during FY: 2014-
15 up to May-14
Probable
Prog...
Physical Progress
• Real Time Data Acquisition
System (RTDAS)
– The Real Time Data
Acquisition System
(RTDAS) was planned
...
Physical Progress
• Decision Support System
(DSS-Planning)
– Decision Support System
(Planning) has two studies-
• Drought...
Physical Progress
• Purpose-driven Study
(PDS)
– The PDS study under HP-
II was completed during
2012. The study was-
• Wa...
Major Physical Achievements
• Concept of Real Time Data Acquisition System (RTDAS)
• DSS (Planning)-Development of Drought...
Post Project Plan
• Establishment of RTDAS
• Real time Data Information System through web
server
• Different applications...
Lessons Learnt
• To ensure the continuance of trained staff of the
organization
• Training courses imparted by NIH & NWA s...
Dissemination of HIS Data
• Under HP-2, data have been disseminated to
– 26 private agencies
– 19 Govt. agencies and
– 7 r...
Application of HIS
• DPR Studies of different river basins
• Hydro-Electric Projects
• Design of flood drainage system
• C...
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  1. 1. WB Supervision & Completion Mission ODISHA HYDROLOGY PROJECT-II Surface Water By: Er. Mukul Ch. Bera, Deputy Director
  2. 2. HYDROLOGY PROJECT – II Loan no. 4749-IN Date of Commencement: April 5, 2006 Date of Completion: May 31, 2014 Project Cost :10.124 Crore IBRD Loan : 7.396 Crore State share : 2.728 Crore Revised Project Cost : 13.460 Crore
  3. 3. Financial Progress Component Total Cost (RCT-2013) Expr. during 2006-07 to 2012-13 Expr. during FY: 2013- 14 Tot. Expr. up to Mar’14 Comp-I:Institutional Strengthening 1.I A. Consolidation of HP-I 524.31 96.43 1.42 97.85 2.I.B Awareness Raising, Dissemination & Knowledge sharing 54.88 49.38 2.18 51.56 3.I.C Implementation Support 564.38 519.07 28.05 547.12 Comp-II: Vertical Extension 1.II A. Hydrological Design Aids (HDA) 3.99 3.27 0.20 3.47 2.II B. Decision Support System (Planning)- DSS (P) 167.89 147.91 12.75 160.66 3.II.C Purpose Driven Studies (PDS) 30.55 30.32 0.06 30.38 Total 1346.00 846.38 44.66 891.04 SURFACE WATER Rs. in Lacs
  4. 4. Financial Management Particulars Last 8 Yrs. (06-07 to 13-14) Probable cost during FY: 2014- 15 up to May-14 Probable Progressive Total Remarks 1. PIP Cost Project Cost 1012.44 2. Revised Cost (RCT-2013) Revised Project Cost 1346.00 3. Revised Budget 891.04 3.40 894.44 4. Expenditure 891.04 * Expr.: 66.2% 5. Submission of Claim 890.92 6. Disbursement Amt. 698.77 Includes duplication Amt. – 31.81 (RF-76) 7. Budget for 2014-15 up to May-15 3.40 Rs. in Lacs * An amount of Rs. 423.50 Lacs has been kept in cost table for procurement of RTDAS system in Odisha. As the completion of the work is not possible by end of May-2014, it has been decided to complete procurement & installation of RTDAS from state budget.
  5. 5. Physical Progress • Real Time Data Acquisition System (RTDAS) – The Real Time Data Acquisition System (RTDAS) was planned under HP-II with • 64 Automated Rain Gauge, • 20 Automated Water Level and • 23 Automated Weather Stations covering all the river basin in Odisha. The civil works is about to complete and physical transport of equipment is on progress.
  6. 6. Physical Progress • Decision Support System (DSS-Planning) – Decision Support System (Planning) has two studies- • Drought monitoring & management in upper Tel basin • Conjunctive use of SW & GW in Hirakud command • Generalized interface developed for – Seasonal planning for Reservoir – Conjunctive use planning for various scenarios of cropping patterns and cropped area. – Development of dashboard for assessment of drought in Upper Tel basin considering SPI and SDI methods
  7. 7. Physical Progress • Purpose-driven Study (PDS) – The PDS study under HP- II was completed during 2012. The study was- • Water Quality Monitoring Modelling in Taldanda Canal Plates showing water pollution in Taldanda canal
  8. 8. Major Physical Achievements • Concept of Real Time Data Acquisition System (RTDAS) • DSS (Planning)-Development of Drought Dashboard • PDS-Development of RIWAQ software (River Water Quality Model)
  9. 9. Post Project Plan • Establishment of RTDAS • Real time Data Information System through web server • Different applications of DSS (Planning) • Strengthening of HIS Network
  10. 10. Lessons Learnt • To ensure the continuance of trained staff of the organization • Training courses imparted by NIH & NWA should continue. • Up-gradation of HP-I sites for error free data
  11. 11. Dissemination of HIS Data • Under HP-2, data have been disseminated to – 26 private agencies – 19 Govt. agencies and – 7 research fellows • Rs. 2,37, 807 has been collected towards the data dissemination to the private agencies..
  12. 12. Application of HIS • DPR Studies of different river basins • Hydro-Electric Projects • Design of flood drainage system • Carrying Capacity studies • Hydrological Analysis, • DRIP • Marine Cargo Terminal for Paradeep Fertilizer plant • Designing of launching apron • Study for Lower Suktel Project • Flood estimation of un-gauged catchments • Spiral study • Water Availability studies and Research purposes
  13. 13. THANK YOU
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