DRIP

DRIP

Dam Rehabilitation & Improvement Project (DRIP) (Phase - II & III)

General Note on DRIP (Duration: April 2020 to March 2030)

Background

Dam Rehabilitation & Improvement Project (DRIP) is one of the flagship projects of the Ministry of Water Resources, River Development & Ganga Rejuvenation. DRIP is a State sector scheme with Central component. DRIP II & III is implemented in 18 States & 2 Central Organisations with a duration of 10 years (April 2020 to March 2030) i.e. each phase having 6 years duration with 2 years overlap. DRIP II & III covers around 600 numbers of dams all over entire country availing fund of Rs.10, 200 Cr and out of these dams, 140 numbers of dams are funded with Rs.940 Cr. Out of this Rs.940 Cr., world bank funded Rs.658 Cr (70%) and Rs.282 Cr.(30%) is funded by State Government of Maharashtra.

DRIP II Proposal of Maharashtra State of Rs. 1170.75 Cr comprising of Rehabilitation & Improvement of 173 No. of Dams (Class I- 58, Class II- 72 & Class III- 43) was submitted vide GoM WRD Letter Dated.28/08/2017.

After approval of Ministry of Finance & Concurrence from the World Bank Ministry of Water Resources, River Development & Ganga Rejuvenation informed Government of Maharashtra regarding Financial Outlay of  Rs. 940 Crores for 167 No. of Dams vide Letter Dated 07/03/2019. Government of Maharashtra has approved 140 No. of Dams for inclusion in DRIP 2 & 3, vide GoM Marathi Letter Dated 29/08/2019

Objective

Objectives of the project are as follows;

  • Dam Safety Improvement
  • Operational performance Improvement
  • Institutional strengthening
  • Sustainable Operation

 

Region Wise Abstract of Dams in DRIP (Phase 2 & 3)

Sr. No.

Name of Region

No. of Dams under DRIP- 2 & 3

DRIP 2

DRIP 3

Total

1

Konkan

7

9

16

2

Pune

15

13

28

3

Nashik

21

8

29

4

Aurangabad

13

20

33

5

Amravati

13

9

22

6

Nagpur

11

1

12

 

Total

80

60

140

In accordance with the Department of Economic Affairs, “Readiness” Criteria for World Bank's loan approval, Bids of at least 30% of the total loan amount must be at Work Order Stage by May 2020. For this purpose, 30 dams have been selected on priority basis

 

Region Wise Abstract of 30 Priority Dams

Sr. No.

Name of Region

No. of priority Dams

1

Konkan

3

2

Pune

9

3

Nashik

2

4

Aurangabad

5

5

Amravati

6

6

Nagpur

5

Total

30

 

Dams under Vidarbha Irrigation Development Corporation (VIDC) on priority.

Chief Engineer

Superintending Engineer

Project

Special Project, Amravati

Akola Irrigation Circle, Akola

  • Wan
  • Dnyanganga

Water Resources, Amravati

Upper Wardha Irrigation Circle, Amravati

  • Chandrabhaga
  • Sapan
  • Upper Wardha

Yavatmal Irrigation Circle, Yavatmal

  • Arunavati

Water Resources, Nagpur

Bhandara Irrigation Circle, Bhandara

  • Shirpur
  • Pujari Tola

Catchment Area Development Authority, Nagpur

  • Lower Vaina (Vadgaon)

Chandrapur Irrigation Project Circle, Chandrapur

  • Dongargaon
  • Dina

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    11 Nos. of Dams

In accordance with above mentioned project, payment of Rs.9.09 Lacs to National Institute of Hydrology, Roorkee for carrying out Hydrological Study is done by Executive Director, VIDC Nagpur on 30/11/2019. Our of above mentioned project, Hydrological Study is completed for Wan Project and study for rest of projects are going to be completed by December end.

Dam Safety Review Panels are formed for VIDC, Nagpur as per following.

Sr.No.

Dam Safety Review Panels

Chairman

1.

D.S.R.P. -1 (Nagpur)

Shri. C.N. Hangekar

2.

D.S.R.P. -4 (Amravati)

Shri. B.C.Kunjir

 

Formation of SPMU

State Project Monitoring Unit is formed for implementation of Dam Rehabilitation & Improvement Project vide GoM, WRD, GR Dated.11/04/2019 on the line of Central Project Monitoring Unit (CPMU) established by Director, DSO, CWC, New Delhi.

Formation of State Level Steering Committee

State Level steering Committee is formed under the Chairmanship of Secretary CAD & WRM for effective implementation of Dam Rehabilitation & Improvement Project vide GoM, WRD, GR Dated.12/04/2019.

Formation of DSRP

Four Dam Safety Review Panels, No. 1 for Nagpur, No. 2 for Aurangabad, no. 3 for Pune & No. 4 for Konkan, Nashik & Amravati are formed for implementation of Dam Rehabilitation & Improvement Project vide GoM, WRD, GR Dated.11/04/2019

Hydrological Review (Design Flood) Study

Priority 30 dams Hydrological Review Study was allotted. Out of 30 Priority Dams 20 Dams Hydrological Review Study is completed by CWC by May 2020

DSRP Visits

DSRP visits were completed for 24 dams. Remaining 06 dams DSRP Visits will be completed by June, 2020.

Appointment of Environment & Social Expert

Appointment of Experts is planned by July 31, 2020

Status of Dam Rehabilitation & Improvement Project ( Phase- 2)

To satisfy 30% Readiness Criteria i.e., at least Bid Costing Rs. 146.00 Cr. Must be progressed to work order Level by June 2020, 9 projects viz. Bhatsa, Bhandardara ,Wan, Sapan, Dimbhe, Koyna, Kanher, Dyanganga& Upper Wardha in first round for submission to CPMU, CWC, New Delhi are   sorted out of 30 Priority Projects.
9 SBD costing 295.04 Cr are submitted for approval; 6 SBD / PST are approved costing Rs. 198.57 Cr.

Proposed Works under Dam Rehabilitation and Improvement Project (DRIP)

  • Civil Works
  • Mechanical Works
  • Electrical Works
  • Dam Campus Development and Beautification
  • Revenue Generation related works

 

It is expected that all Dams in Maharashtra shall be safe for coming 50 years after implementing all above mentioned points as per necessity



Last Modified on : 24 May, 2021