STUDY OF GAP BETWEEN IRRIGATION POTENTIAL CREATED AND IRRIGATION POTENTIAL UTILIZED

Authors

  • Vrushali Bhalchandra Patil PG Student, Civil Engineering (WRE) STBCE, Tuljapur, Maharashtra, India
  • Hangargekar P.A. HOD, Civil Engineering, STBCE, Tuljapur, Maharashtra, India
  • Poul D.C. Professor, Civil Engineering, STBCE, Tuljapur, Maharashtra, India

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.17605/OSF.IO/EY74H

Abstract

Many irrigation projects had been constructed in India put up-Independence length spending hug resources.
However, there's a gap between irrigation Potential created (IPC) and irrigation Potential Utilized (IPU). This file
argues that the reasons lie in problems of postpone in creation of distribution networks, more diversion of water
for home or commercial water deliver, miscalculations, design troubles, bad renovation of irrigation structures,
trouble of water tax series and power interruption, non-availability of required infrastructure, violation of cropping
sample, seepage losses, unequal distribution of water, insufficient resources to enhance irrigation performance.
This file shows that the periodical reassessment of the IPC & advent of proper distribution system avoids seepage
loss, lining of canal, implementation of rotational water supply device& water harvesting. This facts is beneficial
for taking remedial measures to reap full I.P. Utilization.

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References

Kendriya jal aayog, august 2017 Guidelines for preparation and submission of detailed project

report (DPR) and CADWM project under the proposed incentivization scheme for bridging

irrigation gap(ISBIG)

Jilhawar Pustika 2017 Latur and Nanded District

Study related to gap between the irrigation potential created and utilized by Indian Institute of

Management Bangalore (IIMB) December 2008

Planning Commission Report

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Published

01-12-2022

How to Cite

[1]
Vrushali Bhalchandra Patil, Hangargekar P.A., and Poul D.C., “STUDY OF GAP BETWEEN IRRIGATION POTENTIAL CREATED AND IRRIGATION POTENTIAL UTILIZED”, IEJRD - International Multidisciplinary Journal, vol. 7, no. 6, p. 6, Dec. 2022.