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    MINISTRY OF WATER RESOURCES ALLOCATION OF WORK IN THE MAIN SECTT.
    (As on 1.5.2008)


    I. ADMINISTRATION WING

    [WING HEAD: JOINT SECRETARY (ADMN)]

    1. DIVISIONAL HEAD : DEPUTY SECRETARY/ DIRECTOR (ADMN)

    a) ADMINISTRATION SECTION (INCLUDING SC/ST & OBC CELL)


    (i) Work relating to the cadre management of CSS/CSCS/CSSS posts in the Ministry of Water Resources and its attached/subordinate offices
    (ii) Establishment/Personnel matters relating to officers and staff in the Ministry of Water Resources.
    (iii) Matters relating to All India Service officers in the Ministry and its attached/subordinate Offices.
    (iv) Preparation of budget estimates in respect of salary of staff in the Ministry.
    (v) Vacancy circulars.
    (vi) Office Council of the Ministry.
    (vii) Sanction of all types of advances.
    (viii) Academic programmes and manpower development.
    (ix) Trainings of -

    (a) All India Services Officers
    (b) CSS Officers
    (c) CSSS officers
    (d) CSCS officers
    (e) Officers other than the above Services.
    (f) Official Language programmes.
    (g) Trainings in ISTM and other Govt./Private institutes.
    (h) In-house training of LDCs/ UDCs/ Steno Gr.D etc.

    (x) Completion and Scrutiny of CRs of all officers and staff of the Ministry proper and related action, thereon, like communication of adverse remarks, appeals, memorials etc.; and
    (a) Initiation, follow-up/ maintenance of confidential reports (CRs of officers and staff of Ministry proper; and
    (b) Maintenance of CRs of CSS/CSCS/CSSS employees of all attached and subordinate offices of the Ministry of Water Resources.
    (Maintenance of CRs of non-CWES officers and heads of attached and subordinate offices will be handled by the respective Subject-Matter Divisions.)

    (xi) Distribution of work among Sections and Officers of the Ministry.
    (xii) Transaction of Business Rules.
    (xiii) Pensionary and allied benefits in respect of officers retiring from the Ministry.

    b) SC/ST & OBC CELL

    Monitoring & implementation of reservation policy in the Government Service for SC/ST/OBC, through, inter-alia, various returns, reports and physical inspections.
    Rendering secretarial assistance to Liaison Officers for SC & ST; and for OBC, and giving advice to various SMDs on reservation matters.

    c) PARLIAMENT (PU) UNIT:

    (i) Coordination work regarding all Parliamentary matters including Parliament questions, matters raised in Lok Sabha under Rule 377 and Special Mentions in the Rajya Sabha, relating to Ministry of Water Resources.
    (ii) Consultative Committee meetings of the Ministry.

    2. DIVISIONAL HEAD : DIRECTOR (OFFICIAL LANGUAGE)

    a) HINDI SECTION:


    (i) Raj Bhasha Adhiniyam (Official Language Act) and its implementation.
    (ii) Implementation of orders relating to progressive use of Hindi.
    (iii) Translation - Hindi to English and vice-versa. Also the vetting of material
    (iv) Collection, compilation and submission of returns connected with Hindi work.
    (v) Inspection of offices regarding progress in use of Hindi.

    3. DIVISIONAL HEAD : DEPUTY SECRETARY/ DIRECTOR (GENERAL ADMINISTRATION)


    a) GENERAL ADMINISTRATION SECTION:

    (i) Stationery, including local purchase of furniture and various consumable items.
    (ii) Procurement and maintenance of office equipments like fax, telex, photo copiers, roneo machines, typewriters etc.
    (iii) Purchase / installation and maintenance of coolers, airconditioners, Water Coolers etc.
    (iv) Staff cars, motor cycles and other facilities.
    (v) Installation of telephones, settlement of telephone bills etc.
    (vi) Identity cards/CGHS cards.
    (vii) Printing work of the Ministry.
    (viii) Accommodation

    (a) Office accommodation.
    (b) Residential accommodation
    (c) Booking and maintenance of Committee Room.

    (ix) Distribution of diaries/ calendars and publicity materials.
    (x) Reimbursement of medical claims.
    (xi) Liaison with CPWD/NDMC/MCD and other civic bodies.
    (xii) Liveries/uniforms to Group 'C' and 'D' employees
    (xiii) Engagement of casual workers.
    (xiv) Passing of canteen bills pertaining to meetings taken by various officers.
    (xv) Staff welfare, amenities, canteen, benevolent fund, grant-in-aid to recreation club, sports activities etc.
    (xvi) Security, including industrial security, emergency measures and War Book.
    (xvii) Preparation of Budget estimates, revised estimates, reappropriation of funds in respect of plan and non-Plan Budget of the Main Secretariat.
    (xviii) Computerisation of Work in the Ministry of Water Resources
    (xiv) Family Welfare Matters

    b) CENTRAL REGISTRY (C.R.) SECTION:

    (i) Receipt and distribution of incoming dak.
    (ii) Dispatch of outgoing dak.
    (iii) Maintenance of Sunday and Holiday duty roster.
    (iv) Maintenance of uptodate list of both officials/ and residential addresses of the officers and staff of the Ministry.
    (v) Maintenance of Accounts of postage stamps.
    (vi) Duplicating work on Romeo machine, and Telex.
    (vii) Telex/FAX facilities.

    c) PSU SECTION

    (i) Rashtriya Pariyojna Nirman Nigam Limited (NPCC).
    (ii) Administrative matters relating to Water and Power Consultancy Service India (WAPCOS) Limited, a public sector undertaking under the Ministry.

    d) FOREIGN TRAINING

    (i) International technical conferences on water resource including international engineering conferences and FAO conferences. Seminars/symposia / workshops held in India about water resources, etc.
    (ii) Foreign assignments under Colombo Plan World Bank and Asian Development Bank.
    (iii) Training co-ordination and overseeing the formulation of a training perspective plan for irrigation sector as a whole
    (iv) Sponsoring of officers for foreign and domestic training in water resources sector.

    e) Public Private Partnership Cell

    To look after the Public Private Partnership in the Water Resources Sector.

    f) INFORMATION, EDUCATION AND COMMUNICATION (IEC) SECTION

    To look after media related work of the Ministry including residual work relating to Fresh Water Year.

    4. DIVISIONAL HEAD : DEPUTY SECRETARY/ DIRECTOR (E)

    a) ESTABLISHMENT I (E.I.) SECTION:


    (i) All administrative and organisational matters pertaining to Central Water Commission:-

    (a) Creation/continuation of posts in CWC other than schemes which do not provide for the external assistance or which are exclusively being handled by other sections, units and desks.
    (b) Recruitment rules.
    (c)Convening of DPCs for the promotion, confirmation and declaration of successful completion of probation period in respect of all Group 'A' posts.
    (d)Filling up Group 'A' posts by direct recruitment/ deputation/transfer.
    (e)Maintenance of CRs of CWES officers of the level of Chief Engineer and above (including Chairman, CWC).
    (f) Dereservation of all groups of posts.
    (g)Court cases related to the establishment matters in respect of Group 'A' officers.
    (h)Parliament questions and VIP references pertaining to establishment matters.
    (i)Sponsoring candidates for training/seminars/workshops within India (for periods not more than a month or in cases where cadre clearance is required).
    (j)Deputation of Group A officers to various organisations.
    (k)Matters regarding grant of leave, pension, CCA/HRA/DA, project allowance, sanction for making advance payments and other financial matters.
    (l)Cadre review of different cadres of Government.
    (m)Implementation of ACP Scheme.
    (n)Permission for air travel and allied matters.

    (ii) Cadre controlling function in respect of Central Water Engineering Service (CWES) Group ‘A'.
    (iii) Coordination matters relating to IES/ISS officers under the Ministry proper, attached and subordinate offices.
    (iv) Matters pertaining to Departmental Council of Ministry under Joint Consultative Machinery.

    b) VIGILANCE SECTION:

    (i) Receipt & scrutiny of complaints of vigilance nature addressed to Ministry.
    (ii) Forwarding vigilance complaints to the concerned administrative authority for disposal / action / comments.
    (iii) Appointment of Chief Vigilance Officer's in organizations under the Ministry, approving nominations of officers of attached and subordinate offices as vigilance officer with the approval of competent authority.
    (iv) Vigilance clearance in respect of Ministry’s employees and employees of its attached and subordinate offices.
    (v) Referring cases to Chief Vigilance Commission requiring their advice/ reconsideration of advice.
    (vi) Referring the cases to CBI for investigation and processing the reports received from them.
    (vii) Conduct the investigation into the vigilance complaints with the approvals of Chief Vigilance Officer.
    (viii) Sending of vigilance returns to Chief Vigilance Commission and Department of Personnel and Training etc.
    (ix) Maintenance and scrutiny of property returns folders of the employees of Group 'A' & 'B' of the Ministry

    5. DIVISIONAL HEAD: DEPUTY SECRETARY/ DIRECTOR (GROUND WATER ESTABLISHMENT)

    a) CENTRAL GROUND WATER BOARD (CGWB) DESK :


    (i) Establishment matters relating to Group ‘A’ officers of the CGWB/CGWA, including recruitment, promotion, confirmation, etc.
    (ii) Convening of Departmental Promotion Committee/ Board of Assessment meetings.
    (iii) Framing/amendment of Recruitment Rules for various posts in CGWB/CGWA.
    (iv) Cadre review of Group A,B,C,D officers of the Board.
    (v) Court cases concerning service/establishment matters of CGWB/CGWA where UOI is a party.
    (vi) Policy matters regarding Establishment issue including Transfer policy.
    (vii) Postings/transfers of officers of the level of Regional Director and above.
    (viii) Matters concerning Departmental Council of the Ministry (concerning CGWB).
    (ix) Meetings of the Office Council (JCM) of the CGWB.
    (x) Matters concerning recognition, etc., of service Associations of CGWB.
    (xi) Implementation of Flexible Complementing Scheme (FCS) for scientific officers of CGWB.
    (xii) Implementation of ACP Scheme.
    (xiii) Implementation of and matters arising out of the implementation of the recommendations of the 5th Pay Commission in respect of posts in CGWB.
    (xiv) Maintenance of ACRs, Seniority List etc., of officers of the level of Regional Director and above.

    Training Courses for the officers of Central Ground Water Board.
    (xvi) Court cases relating to accident of vehicles.

    b) BRAHMAPUTRA BOARD ESTT.
    Administrative matters pertaining to the Brahmaputra Board.

    c) FARAKKA BARRAGE PROJECT (FBP) SECTION :
    Matters relating to Farakka Barrage Project except work relating to operational issues.

    6. DIVISIONAL HEAD: DEPUTY SECRETARY/ DIRECTOR (INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT)

    a) Infrastructure Development


    i) Infrastructure Development
    ii) Coordination work relating to organizational study, manpower policy and planning especially the study of cadre structures in different establishments under the Ministry.

    Issues relating to capacity building (specially training) and preparation of a comprehensive plan of action for improving the efficiency and output of the human resources in various Organizations under the Ministry.
    iv) Work relating to work ethics.

    b) INTERNAL WORK STUDY UNIT:

    (i) Organisation Analysis.
    (ii) System/Procedure/Method studies.
    (iii) Work Measurement Study.
    (iv) Compliance of provisions of Manual of Office Procedure-
    (a) O&M inspections.
    (b) Record Management.
    (c) Checks on delays.

    (v) Staff Inspection Unit-- Liaison with and implementation of SIU reports.
    (vi) Liaison with Department of Administrative Reforms, National Archives of India.
    (vii) Allocation of Business Rules.
    (viii) Action Plan- Point of Twenty-Point Programme- Responsive Administrative.

    c) INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY CELL
    To look after the IT functions of this Ministry and E-governance.

    8. DIVISIONAL HEAD: DEPUTY SECRETARY/ DIRECTOR (WATER BODIES & COORDINATION)

    a) WATER BODIES :


    Work relating to the scheme of repair, renovation and restoration of water bodies.

    b) COORDINATION (COORD.) SECTION:

    (i) (a) Preparation of the Annual Report of the Ministry and its circulation.
    (b) Furnishing of material for the reports of other Ministries.

    (ii) Collection, compliation and furnishing of fortnightly, monthly, bi-monthly, quarterly, half-yearly and yearly reports to the concerned departments.
    (iii) Preparation of material for President’s Address to both the Houses of Parliament.
    (iv) Preparation of material for PM’s speech on the occasion of Independence Day celebrations.
    (v) Preparation of monthly summary and D.O. letter for the Cabinet.
    (vi) Nomination to various awards like Padma Awards etc.
    (vii) Preparation of materials on the achievements of the Ministry for I&B/ PIB etc.
    (viii) Collection/consolidation and furnishing of information in connection with:

    (a) Updation of India- A Reference Annual.
    (b) Administrative Year Book.
    (c) Various other publications brought out by other Ministries, as and when called for.

    (ix) Participation of the Ministry/ Organisations under it in various exhibitions/ fairs etc.
    (x) Monitoring of public grievances and follow-up action thereon and submission of periodic returns to the concerned authorities.
    (xi) Monitoring of staff grievances and follow-up action thereon and submission of periodic returns to the concerned authorities.
    (xii) Citizen’s Charter.
    (xiii) Media Committee – Preparation of a Media Policy for the Ministry and its organizations.
    (xiv) Collection, compilation and submission of daily/ weekly reports to the Secretary (WR).
    (xv) Zonal Council meetings convened by Ministry of Home Affairs.
    (xvi) Action Plan – formulation/ monitoring and implementation.
    (xvii) Republic Day/ Independence Day invitations/ passes.
    (xviii) Civil Defence Matters.
    (xix) Circulation of orders and general instructions received from other Ministries/ Departments.
    (xx) Optimisation of direct recruitment in respect of Group A posts in the Ministry and its organizations – collection, compilation and submission of proposals before the Screening Committee for Group A posts.
    (xxi) Optimisation of direct recruitment in respect of Group B,C and D posts in the Ministry and its organizations – collection, compilation and submission of proposals before the Screening Committee for Group B, C and D posts.
    (xxii) Senior Officers meetings.
    (xxiii) Monitoring of progress of settlement of pension and other terminal benefit cases.
    (xxiv) E-governance.

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    B and B Wing


    Wing Head: Commissioner (B&B)

    Brahmaputra and Barak (B&B) Wing deals the subject matters of Brahmaputra and Barak Basin and a World Bank Funded Hydrology Project Phase II. The B&B Wing has three units, viz.:

    1.Brahmaputra Board Unit.

    2.Unit dealing with the issues relating to Cooperation with Bhutan, China and development of Hydropower in North Eastern States.

    3.Project Co-ordination Secretariat (PCS) for Hydrology Project Phase-II.

    1. Brahmaputra Board Unit:


    Unit head -Sr Joint Commissioner (BB)

    Works allotted

    • Technical and financial matters related to the Brahmaputra Board except and flood management programme which is being dealt by Gaga wing.


    • Coordination of Matters related to North Eastern States and Ministry of DONER.


    • Release of funds to Brahmaputra Board.


    • Maters related to approval of Master Plan prepared by Brahmaputra Board.


    • Parliament matters related to Brahmaputra Board.


    • Matters related to Parliament standing Committee on working of Brahmaputra Board.

    About Brahmaputra Board

    The Brahmaputra Board is an autonomous statutory body was constituted in 1980 by an Act of Parliament (Act 46 of 1980 called “The Brahmaputra Board Act”) with the objective of planning and integrated implementation of measures for control of floods and bank erosion in Brahmaputra and for matters connected therewith. It started functioning since January 11, 1982 with headquarters at Guwahati, Assam. The jurisdiction of the Board includes the states of Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Meghalaya, Manipur, Mizoram, Nagaland, Tripura, Sikkim and a part of West Bengal falling within the Brahmaputra Basin

    The Board consists of the Chairman, Vice-Chairman, General Manager and Financial Adviser as Ex-officio members and 17 part time Members representing 7 States of the North Eastern Region, North Eastern Council, concerned Ministries of Government of India namely Water Resources, Finance, Agriculture, Power, Road Transport & Highways and Organizations of Government of India namely Central Water Commission, Central Electricity Authority, India Meteorological Department and Geological Survey of India.

    The main function of the Board as per the Act is survey and investigations in the Brahmaputra Valley and preparation of Master Plans for the control of flood and bank erosion and improvement of drainage giving due importance to the development and utilization of Water Resources of the Brahmaputra Valley for irrigation, hydropower, navigation and other beneficial purposes. Other functions include preparation of Detailed Project Reports (DPR) and estimates of projects proposed in the Master Plans as approved by the Central Government and construction of Multipurpose Dams and other works proposed in the Master Plans as approved by the Central Government.

    Ministry of Water Resources, Government of India provides grants to Brahmaputra Board to carrying out its functions.
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    1. Unit dealing with the issues relating to Cooperation with Bhutan, China and development of Hydropower in North Eastern States.

    INDIA- CHINA COOPERATION

    The main rivers originating from China entering into India are Brahmaputra in the North East and Indus & Sutlej in the Northern Part of the country. In the year 2002, the Government of India had entered into an MoU with China for provision of Hydrological information on Yaluzangbu/Brahmaputra River in flood season by China to India. In accordance with the provisions contained in the MoU, the Chinese side provided hydrological information (Water Level, Discharge and Rainfall) in respect of three stations, namely, Nugesha, Yangcun and Nuxia located on river Yaluzangbu/Brahmaputra from 1st June to 15th October every year, which was utilized in the formulation of flood forecasts by the Central Water Commission. This MoU expired in 2007.

    A new Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) upon Provision of Hydrological information of the Brahmaputra /Yaluzangbu river in flood season by China to India with a validity of five years has been signed with China on 5th June 2008 during the visit of Hon’ble External Affairs Minister of India to Beijing from June 4-7, 2008. China has provided the hydrological data of the three stations during the monsoon of 2010.

    Another Memorandum of Understanding has been signed during the visit of the Chinese Premier to India in April 2005 for supply of hydrological information in respect of Sutlej (Langquin Zangbu) in flood season. Chinese side is providing hydrological information in respect of their Tsada station on river Sutlej (Langquin Zangbu). A new MoU on supply of flood season hydrological information on River Sutlej has been agreed in August 2010 by both the countries for signature by the two countries.

    The Hon’ble President of the People’s Republic of China paid a state visit to the Republic of India from November 20-23, 2006. During the visit, it is was agreed to set up an Expert-Level Mechanism to discuss interaction and cooperation on provision of flood season hydrological data, emergency management and other issues regarding trans-border rivers as agreed between them. Accordingly, the two sides have set up the Joint Expert Level Mechanism. The Expert Group from Indian side is led by Joint Secretary level officers.

    The first meeting of the Joint Expert Level Mechanism was held on September 19-21, 2007 at Beijing wherein the issues related to bilateral cooperation on exchange of hydrological information between the two countries were discussed. The 2nd meeting of Expert Level Mechanism (ELM) on trans-Border Rivers was held at New Delhi from 10-12th April 2008. During the meeting, work regulations of the Expert Level Mechanism were agreed and signed by the two sides. It has been agreed that the Expert Level Mechanism shall meet once every year, alternatively in China and India. The third meeting of Expert Level Mechanism (ELM) was held at Beijing from 21st to 25th April 2009 which helped in understanding of each other’s position for smooth transmission of flood season hydrological data. The 4th meeting of ELM was held from 26-29 April, 2010 at New Delhi wherein implementation plan on provision of Hydrological information on Yaluzangbu/Brahmaputra River in flood season by China to India was signed between the two countries.

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    INDIA- BHUTAN COOPERATION

    During 1955, the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA), Govt. of India had sponsored a scheme for the purpose of flood warning measures in Bhutan. Accordingly, 19 Nos. of rain gauge stations and 8 Nos. of wireless stations were set up under the control of MEA and subsequently handed over to Royal Government of Bhutan. In July 1979, it was decided that a separate scheme may be drawn for setting up flood forecasting system on rivers common to India and Bhutan run by Ministry of Water Resources in Bhutan for the development of mutual cooperation between the two countries in the field of Hydro-meteorological data collection and flood forecasting activities on rivers common to Indian and Bhutan. Accordingly, the network was expanded to include more stations on common rivers under the funds provided by Ministry of Water Resources, Govt. of India.

    The present network in Bhutan comprises of 33 hydro-meteorological sites in the catchments of rivers Puthimari, Pagladiya, Sankosh, Manas, Raidak and Torsa, Raidak, Aie & Jaldhaka in Bhutan. These hydro-meteorological/ meteorological stations are being maintained by the Royal Government of Bhutan with funding from India.

    The data received from these stations are utilized in India by the Central Water Commission for formulating flood forecasts. A Joint Expert Team (JET) consisting of officials from the Government of India and Royal Government Bhutan continuously reviews the progress and other requirements of the network. Joint Expert Team (JET) on Indian side is led by Chief Engineer, Brahmaputra & Barak Basin (B&BB), CWC, Shillong. JET has so far met 25 times since its reconstitution in 1992.

    The matter relating to problem of floods created by the rivers originating from Bhutan and coming to India was taken up with the Royal Government of Bhutan. A Joint Group of Expert (JGE) on Flood Management has been constituted between India and Bhutan to discuss and assess the probable causes and effects of the recurring floods and erosion in the southern foothills of Bhutan and adjoining plains in India and recommend to both Governments appropriate and mutually acceptable remedial measures. Two meetings of JGE have been held so far. The first meeting of JGE was held in Bhutan from 1st to 5th November, 2004 and the second meeting was held on feb., 26-27, 2008 at New Delhi. Government of India is taking up the matter to fix up the 3rd meeting of JGE.

    In accordance with the decision taken during the first meeting of JGE, a joint Technical Team (JTT) on Flood Management between the two Countries was constituted. JTT held its first meeting in April, 2005 and submitted its report in January, 2006. The report of JTT was considered in the 2nd meeting of JGE. JGE reconstituted JTT with Chief Engineer, CWC, Shillong as its team leader (Indian Side). The 1st meeting of reconstituted JTT was held in Bhutan on 13-16 September, 2010.
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    1. Project Co-ordination Secretariat (PCS) for Hydrology Project Phase-II

    Sr. Joint Commissioner and Deputy Project Coordinator

    A Project Coordination Secretariat (PCS) has been created in the Brahmaputra & Barak (B&B) Wing of MoWR for monitoring and co-ordination of implementation of the project by the participating agencies of the project as a part of institutional arrangements for project implementation.

    Hydrology Project Phase II (HP-II) is the follow-up of HP-I. The EFC was approved on 22nd June, 2005 and the Cabinet Approval was obtained on 6th October, 2005. The Project started on 5th April, 2006 and the stipulated date of completion of the Project is 30th June, 2012. Hydrology Project Phase-II is being implemented in 13 participating States and 8 Central agencies as given below:

    States Agencies

    1. Andhra Pradesh
    2. Chhattisgarh
    3. Goa
    4. Gujarat
    5. Himachal Pradesh
    6. Karnataka
    7. Kerala
    8. Madhya Pradesh
    9. Maharashtra
    10. Orissa
    11. Punjab
    12. Pondicherry
    13. Tamil Nadu

    Central Agencies

    1. Bhakra Beas Management Board (BBMB)
    2. Central Water Commission (CWC)
    3. Central Ground Water Board (CGWB)
    4. Central Water & Power Research Station (CWPRS)
    5. Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB)
    6. Indian Meteorological Department (IMD)
    7. National Institute of Hydrology (NIH)
    8. Ministry of Water Resource (MoWR)


    Respective Implementing Agency is in-charge of the corresponding project implementation but the overall management and coordination for the Project is with the Ministry of Water Resources (MoWR), Government of India.

    Objectives of Hydrology Project Phase-II:

    Implementation of the activities carried out by the implementing Agencies (13 states and 8 central agencies) with the following objectives:

    • To extend and promote the sustained and effective use of the Hydrological Information System (HIS) by all implementing agencies concerned with water resources planning and management in the 13 states and 8 central agencies.


    • To extend the HIS to the four new state agencies of H.P, Punjab, Goa and Pondicherry.


    • Strengthening the capabilities of implementing agencies at state / central level in using HIS for efficient water resource planning and management.


    • Awareness building and outreach services about HIS use.

    Responsibilities:

    • Responsible for overall Management and Coordination, for the implementation of the Hydrology Project - II by the participating agencies. It is coordinating the technical and managerial support for operational, implementation and coordination aspects of the project at central level.


    • To co-ordinate with the Department of Economic Affairs (DEA), Ministry of Finance and the World Bank.


    • To resolve first level conflicts of the states; points that cannot be resolved at its level to be referred to HISMG/NLSC as required.


    • Providing secretarial support, in the capacity of HIS Coordination Secretariat (HISCS), to the National Level Steering Committee (NLSC), which is responsible for providing strategic supervision, policy guidance and steering support for the successful project implementation.


    • Providing secretarial support to the three Hydrological Information System Management Groups (HISMGs); namely HISMG (Technical), HISMG (Data Use & Data Dissemination) and HISMG (Institutional Strengthening & Training), which in turn provides advisory support to the NLSC on implementation relating to key functional areas of technical, institutional strengthening and data dissemination under the Hydrology Project-II.

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    Command Area Development and Water Management Wing

    WING HEAD: COMMISSIONER (CAD & WM)

    DIVISIONAL HEADS: SR. JOINT COMMISSIONERS (CAD/WM)/ JOINT COMMISSIONER (SOIL)/DEPUTY SECRETARY (CADWM)

    FUNCTIONS:


    • Release of central assistance to States for implementation of CADWM Programme. Five Year Plans and Annual Plans.
    • Monitoring and review of CADWM Projects and evaluation studies.
    • Examination of projects for inclusion in the CADWM programme-liaison with Planning Commission, Ministry of Agriculture, ICAR, etc.
    • Coordination on on-farm water management projects as and when proposed by ICAR and Ministry of Water Resources.
    • Participatory Irrigation Management in CADWM projects and Action Research programme.
    • Regional meeting of Secretaries-in-Charge of CADWM Programme in the States.
    • Examination and monitoring of CAD component of foreign-aided projects. Also preparation and scrutiny of projects on-

    Ø Reclamation of waterlogged areas and saline lands in CADWM commands.
    Ø Water management programmes under various cooperation programme as and when received.


    • Organising Trainings at national level on CADWM activities.
    • Technical aspects of the International Programme for Technological Research in Irrigation and Drainage (IPTRID)
    • Coordination in agricultural matters.
    • Monitoring of Water Resources Consolidation Project as and when received.
    • Matters related to International water Management Institute and Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO).
    • Nodal Wing for Promotion, facilitation, guidance and coordination of Participatory Irrigation Management (PIM) in the country.
    • Scrutiny and vetting of schemes for Central Government clearance.
    • Assisting the State Governments in identifying and preparation of summary and detailed project reports and scrutiny thereof in CADWM projects; Appraisal of sub-project and approval thereof.
    • Meetings with World Bank Officials/State Government officials to evolve remedial measures against bottlenecks in Restructured Projects as and when referred.
    • Use of modern technologies in water management.

    For CADWM Release for 2010-11 You Can Download This From PDF Format
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    Economic Wing

    WING HEAD : ADVISER (Economic)

    • Reviewing the impact study reports of different water, irrigation and agriculture related project
    • Review/ comments on report delivered by Agro Economic Research Centres (AERC), Agriculture ministry, Centre Water Commission, etc.
    • Interacting with Finance Ministry, Agriculture Ministry and other departments/ division and offices of Ministry for getting and supplying information/ data related to water resources.
    • Attending Technical Advisory Committee meetings of CWC
    • Making/providing presentation on water Resources Development and related matters, preparing profiles on water status in different states.
    • Preparation of Annual Report of the ministry, involving collection of data from departments/offices under Ministry of Water Resources, editing/ correction of drafts, proof reading, data review etc. Interaction with PIB for photographs/material etc.

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    Finance Wing

    [WING HEAD: JS & FA]

    1.DIVISIONAL HEAD: DEPUTY SECRETARY/ DIRECTOR (FINANCE) FINANCE DESK:

    • General coordination on financial matters of the Ministry.
    • Scrutiny of all plan schemes.
    • Scrutiny of all financial proposals.
    • Advise on all financial and allied matters referred by Subject Matter Divisions (SMDs).
    • Advise on sanction of cases for deputation to foreign countries and on foreign travel.

    2.DIVISIONAL HEAD : CA *

    (The work listed under CA/ Deputy CA is besides the normal Pay and Accounts functions. The work relating to Information System planning of the Ministry will be independently handled by CA).

    a) BUDGET & TECHNICAL SECTION

    • Examination/compilation of Demand for Grants/ Budget Estimates/ Revised Estimates/ Supplementary Grants.
    • Preparation of Ministry’s Performance Budget.
    • Final requirement of funds/surrender of funds/Supplementary Grants/ Coordination work related to Finance & Appropriation accounts/ Monitoring of outstanding paras/ action taken notes relating to CAG reports.
    • Work of Parliamentary Standing Committee (this work is to be reported to Deputy Secretary [Fin-I]).
    • Preparation of monthly budget advisories for Subject Matter Divisions of the Ministry relating to trends of expenditure and receipts.
    • Financial monitoring of externally aided projects.
    • Work of Technical Advisory Committee.
    • Work of Parliamentary Standing Committee.

    b) INTERNAL WORK STUDY UNIT:

    • Organisation Analysis.
    • System/Procedure/Method studies.
    • Work Measurement Study.
    • Compliance of provisions of Manual of Office Procedure-
    • O&M inspections.
    • Record Management.
    • Checks on delays.
    • Staff Inspection Unit-- Liaison with and implementation of SIU reports.
    • Liaison with Department of Administrative Reforms, National Archives of India.
    • Allocation of Business Rules.
    • Action Plan- Point of Twenty-Point Programme- Responsive Administrative.

    c) Deputy CA *

    • Preparation of monthly and annual (financial and appropriation) accounts.
    • Regular monitoring of expenditure and receipts.
    • Internal Budget.
    • Coordination of Ministry’s responses to external (CAG) audit.

    d) CASH SECTION

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    [WING HEAD: COMMISSIONER (GANGA)]

    (A) DIVISIONAL HEAD: SR. JOINT COMMISSIONER-I (GANGA)

    1. Secretariat work for the Indo-Bangladesh Joint River Commission (JRC) headed by Union Minister of Water Resources.

    · Secretariat work of Joint Committee of Experts (JCE) headed by Secretary (WR) for sharing of the available water resource common to India and Bangladesh.
    · Standing Committee of JRC headed by Commissioner (Ganga) for dealing with embankments and river training works on the border rivers.

    2. Implementation of Treaty on the sharing of Ganga/Ganges waters at Farakka during the lean season signed in 1996.

    · Joint Committee headed by Commissioner (Ganga) to oversee the implementation of the Treaty
    · Arrangements for Joint observations at Farakka (India) and Hardinge Bridge (Bangladesh) on river Ganga as per provisions of the Treaty.

    3. Implementation of recommendations of Task Force-2004.
    4. Implementation of State Sector Scheme “Flood Management Programme” for XI Five Year Plan.
    5. Coordination of Indo-Bangladesh cooperation programme on flood forecasting.
    6. Processing of SFCs/ EFCs/Cabinet Notes, release of funds and other related matters regarding various State Sector/Central Sector Schemes in the flood sector.
    7. Clearance of multipurpose major/medium irrigation project in Ganga, Brahmaputra and Meghna Basins from international (JRC) angle.

    (B) DIVISIONAL HEAD: SR. JOINT COMMISSIONER-II (GANGA)

    1. Technical Matters; EFC Memorandum and Advisory Committee of Farakka Barrage Project .
    2. Flood Sector Scheme namely, ‘Flood Forecasting’ in XI Five Year Plan
    3. General Flood situation in the country
    4. National Disaster Management Authority Matters
    5. National Executive Council
    6. National Flood Management Commission(NFMC)

    (C) DIVISIONAL HEAD: SR. JOINT COMMISSIONER-III (GANGA)

    1. India-Nepal Joint Committee on Water Resources (JCWR) headed by Secretary (WR).
    2. Implementation of Mahakali Treaty on the “Integrated Development of the Mahakali River including Sarda Barrage, Tanakpur Barrage and Pancheswar Project”.
    3. Matters related to India Nepal joint projects including Pancheswar Multipurpose Project, Sapta Kosi High Dam Multipurpose Project and Sunkosi Storage cum Diversion Scheme, Namure Hydroelectric Project, etc.
    4. Matters relating to inundation problems on Indo-Nepal border.
    5. Implementation of “Flood Forecasting and Warning System on rivers common to India and Nepal” including matters relating to India Nepal Standing Committee on Flood Forecasting.
    6. Matters relating to various joint India-Nepal Committees like Sub Committee on Embankment Construction for planning, design and construction of embankments, Joint Committee on Kosi and Gandak Projects in respect of operation and maintenance of Kosi and Gandak projects, Kosi High Level Committee, Gandak High Level Standing Committee, etc.
    7. Establishment matters of Ganga Flood Control Commission.
    8. Release of hydrological data of Ganga Basin to various organizations.
    9. RTI matters pertaining to Ganga Wing.
    10. Implementation of Central Sector Scheme “River Management Activities and Works related to Border Areas for XI Five Year Plan.”

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    [WING HEAD : COMMISSIONER (GW)]

    DIVISIONAL HEAD: DEPUTY SECRETARY/ DIRECTOR (GW)
    GROUND WATER DESK:


    • Procurement of equipment/ machinery including release of foreign exchange.
    • Budget (Plan & Non-Plan of the Central Ground Water Board).


    • Bilateral projects to be taken up by the Board/ Authority.


    • Formulation of new Plan proposals.


    • Parliament Questions on Central Ground Water Board/Authority (excluding service matters).


    • Procurement and condemnation of vehicles.


    • International Conferences/ Symposiums.


    • Write off losses in drilling operations.


    • Finalization/ implementation of the Field Season Programme of the Board.


    • Monitoring various Reports received from the Board on drilling/survey activities.


    • Monitoring of tour/inspection notes of senior officers of the Board.


    • Meeting of the Central Ground Water Board and its allied Sub-groups.


    • Hiring of accommodation of various offices of CGWB/ CGWA.

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    Notified Offices under Sub-Rule(4) of rule (10) of the official Language.

    No.1/1/2005-Hindi
    Government of India
    Ministry of Water Resources


    The following offices of the Ministry of Water Resources have been notified under Sub- Rule(4) of rule (10) of the Official Language (use for official purposes of the Union) from the dates shown against their names:-

    S.
    Name of office Notification N0. Date of
    No Notification
    1 Yamuna Basin, C.W.C., Kalindi Bhawan, New 1/1/2005-Hindi/1378-1510 28 June, 2005
    Delhi
    2 Planning Circle, C.W.C., Faridabad 1/1/2005-Hindi/1378-1510 28 June, 2005
    3 Monitoring Directorate, C.W.C., Faridabad 1/1/2005-Hindi/1378-1510 28 June, 2005
    4 Upper Yamuna Division, C.W.C., Kalindi Bhawan, 1/1/2005-Hindi/1378-1510 28 June, 2005
    5 Monitoring Directorate, C.W.C., Agara, Varansi 1/1/2005-Hindi/1378-1510 28 June, 2005
    6 Hydrological Observation Circle, C.W.C., Varansi 1/1/2005-Hindi/1378-1510 28 June, 2005
    7 Hydrological Observation Circle,C.W.C Dehradun. ., 1/1/2005-Hindi/1378-1510 28 June, 2005
    8 Upper Ganga Basin, C.W.C., Lucknow 1/1/2005-Hindi/1378-1510 28 June, 2005
    9 Narmada Basin, C.W.C., Bhopal 1/1/2005-Hindi/1378-1510 28 June, 2005
    10 Himalayan Ganga Division, C.W.C., Dehradun 1/1/2005-Hindi/1378-1510 28 June, 2005
    11 Indus Basin, C.W.C., Chandigarh 1/1/2005-Hindi/1378-1510 28 June, 2005
    12 Monitoring and Appraisal Directorate, C.W.C., 1/1/2005-Hindi/1378-1510 28 June, 2005
    Chandigarh
    13 Investigation Circle, C.W.C., Sikkim 1/1/2005-Hindi/1378-1510 28 June, 2005
    14 Lower Krishna Division, C.W.C., Hyderabad 1/1/2005-Hindi/1378-1510 28 June, 2005
    15 Sikkim Investigation Division, C.W.C., Sikkim 1/1/2005-Hindi/1378-1510 28 June, 2005
    16 Krishna and Godavari Basin, C.W.C., Hyderabad 1/1/2005-Hindi/1378-1510 28 June, 2005
    17 Lower Godavari Division, Hyderabad 1/1/2005-Hindi/1378-1510 28 June, 2005
    18 Chenab Division, C.W.C., Jammu 1/1/2005-Hindi/1378-1510 28 June, 2005
    19 C.G.W.B., Regional Director’s Office, Western 1/1/2005-Hindi/341 24/2/2006
    20 C.G.W.B., Regional Director’s Office, North 1/1/2005-Hindi/341 24/2/2006
    21 C.G.W.B., Regional Director’s Office, Central 1/1/2005-Hindi/341 24/2/2006
    Eastern Region, Patna
    22 C.G.W.B., Regional Director’s Office, North 1/1/2005-Hindi/341 24/2/2006
    Central Chattisgarh Region, Raipur
    23 C.G.W.B., Regional Director’s Office, North 1/1/2005-Hindi/341 24/2/2006
    Central Region, Bhopal
    24 C.G.W.B., Regional Director’s Office, North 1/1/2005-Hindi/341 24/2/2006
    Himalaya Region, Dharamshala
    25 C.G.W.B., Regional Director’s Office, Uttranchal 1/1/2005-Hindi/341 24/2/2006
    Region, Dehradun
    26 C.G.W.B., Executive Engineer’s Office, Division- 1/1/2005-Hindi/341 24/2/2006
    2, Ambala
    27 C.G.W.B., Executive Engineer’s Office, Division- 1/1/2005-Hindi/341 24/2/2006
    3, Varanasi
    28 C.G.W.B., Executive Engineer’s Office, Division- 1/1/2005-Hindi/341 24/2/2006
    5, Ranchi
    29 C.G.W.B., Executive Engineer’s Office, Division- 1/1/2005-Hindi/341 24/2/2006
    11, Jodhpur
    30 C.G.W.B., Executive Engineer’s Office, Division- 1/1/2005-Hindi/341 24/2/2006
    12, Bhopal
    31 C.G.W.B., Executive Engineer’s Office, Division- 1/1/2005-Hindi/341 24/2/2006
    13, Raipur
    32 C.G.W.B., Executive Engineer’s Office, Division- 1/1/2005-Hindi/341 24/2/2006
    16, Bareilly
    33 C.G.W.B., Executive Engineer’s Office, Division- 1/1/2005-Hindi/341 24/2/2006
    17, Dharamshala
    34 C.G.W.B., State’s Unit Office, Delhi 1/1/2005-Hindi/341 24/2/2006
    35 C.G.W.B., State’s Unit Office, Jodhpur 1/1/2005-Hindi/341 24/2/2006
    36 C.G.W.B., State’s Unit Office, Bareilly 1/1/2005-Hindi/341 24/2/2006
    37 C.G.W.B., State’s Unit Office, Allahabad 1/1/2005-Hindi/341 24/2/2006
    38 C.G.W.B., State’s Unit Office, Central Ground 1/1/2005-Hindi/341 24/2/2006
    Water Authority, New Delhi
    39 C.G.W.B., Regional Director’s Office, North West 1/1/2005-Hindi/341 24/2/2006
    Region, Chandigarh
    40 C.G.W.B., Regional Director’s Office, West 1/1/2005-Hindi/341 24/2/2006
    Central Region, Ahmadabad
    41 C.G.W.B., Regional Director’s Office, Central 1/1/2005-Hindi/341 24/2/2006
    Region, Nagpur
    42 C.G.W.B., Executive Engineer’s Office, Division- 1/1/2005-Hindi/341 24/2/2006
    1, Ahmadabad
    43 C.G.W.B., Executive Engineer’s Office, Division- 1/1/2005-Hindi/341 24/2/2006
    6, Nagpur
    44 C.G.W.B., State’s Unit Office, Pune 1/1/2005-Hindi/341 24/2/2006
    45 Middle Ganga Upper Ram Ganga, Sub Division, 1/1/2005-Hindi/1826 21/9/2006
    CWC, Muradabad, Uttar Pradesh
    46 Narmada Tapi Basin Organisation, CWC,Gandhi 1/1/2005-Hindi/1826 21/9/2006
    Nagar, Gujarat
    47 Hydrological Observation Circle, CWC,Dehradun, 1/1/2005-Hindi/1826 21/9/2006
    Uttranchal
    48 Brahamputra Board, Guwahati 1/1/2005-Hindi 5/5/2006
    49 Investigation Circle, NWDA, Gwalior 1/1/2005-Hindi/2813-3046 30.10.2006
    50 Investigation Division, NWDA, Gwalior 1/1/2005-Hindi/2813-3046 30.10.2006
    51 Sardar Sarovar Construction Advisory Committee, 1/1/2005- Hindi/353-452 02/01/2007
    Narmada Bhawan, A Block, IV Floor, Indira
    Avenue, Varodara-390001
    52 Assistant Engineer, South West Rivers Sub- 1/1/2005- Hindi/251-350 02/01/2007
    Division-3, CWC, Mangalore
    53 Monitoring and Appraisal Directorate, Central 1/1/2005- Hindi/913-1014 13/02/2007
    Water Commission, Vadodra-380002
    54 Chattishgarh Zone, NPCC Ltd. 1/1/2005-Hindi/213-1312 9/4/2007
    55 J & K and H.P. Zone, NPCC Ltd. 1/1/2005-Hindi/213-1312 9/4/2007
    56 Maneri Bhaili Unit, NPCC Ltd. 1/1/2005-Hindi/213-1312 9/4/2007
    57 Paras TPS Unit, NPCC Ltd. 1/1/2005-Hindi/213-1312 9/4/2007



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    WING HEAD: COMMISSIONER (Indus)

    DIVISIONAL HEAD: SR. JOINT COMMISSIONER/ I.T. SECTION:

    (i) Matters related to Indus Waters Treaty 1960

    • Tours of inspection and meetings of Permanent Indus Commission.
    • Collection and supply of data to Pakistan –


    • supply of daily Gauge & Discharge data of observed and listed sites of Indus Basin rivers to Pakistan
    • supply of Irrigated Crop Area Statistics for the Western Rivers of Indus Basin for Kharif and Rabi seasons on Village wise/ Tehsil wise
    • communication of Flood warning messages to Pakistan from 1st July to 10th of Oct every year on rivers Chenab, Jammu Tawi, Ravi and Sutlej.
    • Supply of Information of Hydro Electric (H.E.) & Storage Projects on Western Rivers as per Treaty, data collection from projects, analysis of consistency, review & supply.


    • Clearance of projects of Indus Basin from Treaty angle.


    • Dealing with issues raised on projects from Treaty angle from time to time. Currently active:
      • Kishenganga H.E. Project.
      • Nimoo Bazgo H.E. Project.
      • Tulbul Navigation Project.
      • Baglihar H.E. Project.
      • Other Projects/ Issues such as River Training works on river Ravi, pollution of river waters etc.


    • Work in connection with Secretary level meeting with Pakistan for talks with Govt. level.
    • Interaction with L&T, PAI Divisions of Ministry of External Affairs on issues arising under Treaty.
    • History of Irrigation in Indus Basin – works related to Report of International Commission on Irrigation and Drainage.


    • Meetings related to review of progress of Projects in J&K etc. from Treaty Angle and other matters arising from time to time.
    • Works related to Committee for preparation of Master Plan for Western Rivers.
    • Works related to Committee for optimal utilization of waters of Eastern Rivers.
    • Analysis of data from Pakistan to the extent needed from time to time

    (ii) Inter-State matters relating to Ravi-Beas waters

    • Ravi & Beas Waters Tribunal – filling up of vacancies of Member, Registrar and other such posts as referred by the Tribunal and other matters concerning the Tribunal.
    • Sutlej-Yamuna Link (SYL) Canal – Works related to its implementation, court cases, meetings, funding and release of grants-in-aid.
    • Water related issues among Punjab, Haryana and Rajasthan – Restoration of 0.6 MAF of Rajasthan’s share of surplus Ravi Beas waters, Transfer of Control of Headworks at Ropar, Ferozepur and Harike , BML-Hansi Branch- Butana Branch Multipurpose Link channel, court cases thereof etc..
    • Central Assistance for emergent counter protective works of rivers Ravi and Sutlej, works related to the Monitoring Committee thereof.
    • Matters relating to the progress of Indira Gandhi Nahar Project, Indira Gandhi Nahar Board and filling up of Financial Adviser’s post.
    • Matters relating to Bhakra Beas Management Board – references received under Rule 7 of the BBMB Rules, issues such as installation of G&D sites etc. of the Board needing interaction.
    • Northern Zonal Council meetings relating to Indus Basin matters.
    • Resettlement of Pong Dam oustees – High Level Committee and Sub-Committee meetings, interaction with Beas Construction Board and Ministry of Power on related matters including court cases.
    • Miscellaneous matters of Thein (Ranjit Sagar) & Shahpurkandi Dams, related to sharing of Ravi Beas waters or as referred to by the State Governments/ BBMB etc.

    (iii) Matters relating to Upper Yamuna River Basin

    • Upper Yamuna River Board and Upper Yamuna Review Committee


    • All administrative and other matters concerning functioning of the Upper Yamuna River Board.
    • Meetings of Upper Yamuna Review Committee
    • Follow up action of Yamuna Water Accord.


    • Issues in implementation of Lakhwar Vyasi, Kishau Dam, Renuka Dam and other projects in Yamuna Basin upto Okhla
    • Tehri Dam and Ganga Development upto Haridwar.
    • Matters related to Raw Water Supply to Delhi.
    • Matters related to Yamuna Standing Committee up to Okhla including Delhi flood control.

    (iv) Drought Management

    • Responses to the Ministry of Agriculture on the matters related to Drought Management in the country.

    (v) Ghaggar Standing Committee, Ghaggar matters

    (vi) Matters related to implementation of RTI Act, 2005 on all the above.

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    [WING HEAD: COMMISSIONER (PP)]

    1.DIVISIONAL HEAD: JOINT COMMISSIONER/SR. JOINT COMMISSIONER (POLICY & PLANNING)

    POLICY & PLANNING (PP)SECTION

    POLICY UNIT:

    • Coastal Area Protection and Development (including anti-sea measures).


    • Policy matters relating to Water Resources Development - National water Policy – implementation of.


    • Reservoir management and multiple use of water including afforestation and resettlement associated with reservoir formation. Also matters related to fisheries.


    • Environmental matters - coordination with Department of Environment.


    • Coordination and compilation of material for sect oral review by Minister (WR) / Prime Minister.


    • Central Utilization Team.


    • Remote Sensing techniques and applications to Water Resources sector-- Coordination with Indian Space Research Organisation.


    • Participation of Non - Resident Indians (NRI) in water resources development.


    • Matters relating to Scientific Advisory Committee.


    • National/ Regional Conferences of Irrigation/ Water Resources Ministers.


    • Legislation regarding use and development of water.

    PLANNING UNIT

    • Five year annual plans.


    • Advance plan assistance.


    • Irrigation potential-creation and utilisation.


    • 20 points programme.


    • Coordination of research and development (R& D ) programme in Water Resources Sector.


    • Matters relating to Centrally sponsored schemes.


    • Economic Survey.


    • Matters relating to Parliamentary Committee on Agriculture.


    • Water Resources Day Celebrations-Annual.


    • Matters related to International Commission on Irrigation and Drainage (ICID), Indian National Committee on Irrigation and Drainage (INCID) and Indian Water Resources Society.


    • SCP/TSP/Minority Welfare Programme including Irrigation Development for SC/ST.

    Policy & Planning Wing:

    All policy matters relating to the development of water resources including formulation of National Water Policy, matters/meetings of National Water Board, National Water Resources Council, etc; preparation of Five Year Plans & Annual Plans; Twenty Point Programme, are being handled in the Policy and Planning Wing. It also looks after the external assistance for water resources projects from the international funding agencies, and protection against coastal sea-erosion, research and development activities of the Ministry as well as activities of National Institute of Hydrology, Central Soil and Material Research Station and Central Water and Power Research Station.

    (b) DIVISIONAL HEAD : DEPUTY SECRETARY/ DIRECTOR (EXTERNAL ASSISTANCE)
    E II SECTION
    • All administrative and organisational matters relating to:-

    Ø Central Soil & Materials Research Station (CSMRS)
    Ø Central Water & Power Research Station (CWPRS)
    Ø National Institute of Hydrology (NIH).

    • Matters relating to International Association of Hydraulics Research (IAHR) International Committee on Hydraulic Research (ICHR), International Committee on Hydrology (INCOH), International Society on Rock Mechanics (ISRM), International Committee on Rock Mechanics and Tunneling Technology (INCRMTT) and International Commission on Large Dams (ICOLD), and Indian Water Resources Association (IWRA).


    • Matters relating to Indian National Committees on ---

    Ø Rock Mechanics and Tunneling Technology
    Ø Hydraulics as well as on Hydrology and other INCs.

    EXTERNAL ASSISTANCE (EA) DESK
    • Perspective policy and planning vis-à-vis international organisaions in water resources sector - overall coordination thereof.


    • International cooperation through Joint Commissions/ Trade Agreements.


    • Negotiations and reimbursements parts of all external assistance programmes relating to —

    Ø Foreign aid from sources other than World Bank but including UNDP, Ford Foundation

    Ø Matters relating to World Bank/International Fund for Agriculture and Development/ USAID/ Federal Republic of Germany and European Economic Community assistance to irrigation sector

    Ø International Programme for Technology Research in Irrigation and Drainage (IPTRID). (Technical contents of the IPTRID in CAD Wing and in IRMIC (CWC).


    • Natural resources sub-group of the ESCAP. All matters concerning the ESCAP secretariat.


    • Setting up of National Institute of Irrigation and Management.


    • Foreign exchange budget and release of foreign exchange.


    • Import licenses for import of equipment and scarce materials for organisations under the Ministry and State


    • Income Tax exemption for foreign technicians under UNDP and bilateral agreements.


    • Payment of subscriptions to international organisations.

    FOREIGN TRAINING
    • International technical conferences on water resource including international engineering conferences and FAO conferences. Seminars/symposia / workshops held in India about water resources, etc.


    • Foreign assignments under Colombo Plan World Bank and Asian Development Bank.


    • Training co-ordination and overseeing the formulation of a training perspective plan for irrigation sector as a whole


    • Sponsoring of officers for foreign and domestic training in water resources sector.
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