TRG

 

2012-13

Sl. No. Organization   Title of Training /Capacity Building No. of participants Remarks
1 NWA, Pune 21 days TOT program on ‘Increasing Water Use Efficiency (WUE) in Irrigation Sector” 16 Participants from Maharashtra, Tamilnadu, Andhra Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh and Haryana
Total 16

 

2013-14

Sl. No. Organization Title of Training /Capacity Building No. of participants Remarks
1 NWA, Pune Five days TOT program on ‘Increasing Water Use Efficiency (WUE) in Irrigation Sector(held at Tezpur, Assam in collaboration with NERIWALM, Tezpur) 33 Trainees were from Assam
2 NWA, Pune Five days TOT program on ‘Increasing Water Use Efficiency (WUE) in Irrigation Sector(held at Hyderabad, AP in collaboration with WALAMTARI, Hyderabad) 27 Trainees were from Andhra Pradesh
3 NWA, Pune Five days TOT program on ‘Increasing Water Use Efficiency (WUE) in Irrigation Sector(held at Kurukshetra in collaboration with HIRMI, Tezpur) 28 Trainees were from Haryana

 

2014-15

Sl. No. Organization Title of Training /Capacity Building No. of participants Remarks
1 NWA, Pune Five days TOT program on ‘Increasing Water Use Efficiency (WUE) in Irrigation Sector(held at Aurangabad, in collaboration with WALMI, Aurangabad) 16 Trainees were from Maharashtra
2 ICAR-IIWM, Bhubaneshwar Training program on ‘Increasing WUE in Irrigation Sector 16 Trainees were from Maharashtra, Tamilnadu, Andhra Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh and Haryana
3 NIRD & PR, Hyderabad Regional Training on “PIM in different Hydrological Areas fir Replication of Best Practices”(March 2015) 18 Participants includes five women.Issues concerning WUE, agricultural production and food security were discussed. Participants were exposed to suitable options of Integrated Water Resources Management (IWRM).
4 IndiaNPIM, New Delhiat Central Soil Materials Research Station, New Delhi.(Strategy: 1) National Convention on Participatory Irrigation Management for WUA Presidents (November 2014) 120

• Capacity building of Water Users Associations (WUAs) and improving women’s participation.

• Equity issues, protecting interest of weak and marginal farmers and water use efficiency improvement through WUAs.

• Convergence of farmer friendly government scheme at WUA level and scope of private sector participation.

• Incentive structure for WUA and line agency officials

• Financial sustainability and scope of conjunctive use implementation

 

2015-16

Sl. No. Organization Title of Training /Capacity Building No. of participants Remarks
1 NIRD & PR, Hyderabad Workshop on Integrated Water Resource Management: Issues & Options(April 2015) 26 Participants include five wmenIssues concerning WUE, agricultural production and food security were discussed. Participants were exposed to suitable options of Integrated Water Resources Management (IWRM).
2 NIRD & PR, Hyderabad Workshop on Impact of Climate Change on Water Resources(May 2015) 35 Includes four women Factors responsible for impact of climate change and mitigation measures were discussed. Options for future plan of action to combat the effect of climate change on water resources also discussed through three groups formed from the participants
3 NERIWALM, Tezpur(Strategy: 1) ToT programme on “Water Use Efficiency and Irrigation Water Management”(July 2015) 30 The process and skills in increasing WUE in irrigation project and maintenance activities particularly de‐siltation of canals were discussed.
4 NERIWALM, Tezpur(Strategy: 1) ToT programme (District level) on “Water Use Efficiency and Irrigation Water Management” conducted by NERIWALM at Bhwanaipur, Barpeta district, Assam(July 2015) 35

• More knowledge about irrigation water management, efficient use of water and smooth functioning of WUAs.

• The field visit at Pahumara medium irrigation project and interaction with officers of Irrigation Department

• Adoption of cropping pattern to cover the command area whole the years (Kharif andRabi seasons)

5 NERIWALM, Tezpur(Strategy: 1) ToT programme for women on “Water Use Efficiency and Water Productivity”(August 2015) 35

All 35 were women participants.

• Government policies on water related issues and technical knowhow on water conservation, increasing efficiency of water use at domestic activities and

• Supplementing participant’s income through various activities related to water productivity.

6 NERIWALM, Tezpur(Strategy: 1) National Workshop on “Enhancement of Irrigation Water Use Efficiency andIrrigation Water Productivity”(January 2016) 50

Six women participants

• Climatic parameters should be measured regularly in all types of water resources projects to create a database for appropriate analysis from time to time.

• Strengthening of PIM in North Eastern Region (NER) of India, especially in Tripura and Arunachal Pradesh

• Strengthen WUAs for all major-medium and minor irrigation projects (PIM or cooperative Acts).

• Proper data base creation and management by the State Governments/project authorities.

• Micro irrigation can enhance WUE up to 90% and suitable for hilly states

• Rejuvenation of irrigation projects/irrespective of their size and location.

• State level workshops/ capacity building programme may be organised in all the NER states.

• All research institutions be involved in selection of region-wise cropping pattern for increasing water productivity.

• Documentation of best practices for improving WUE and water productivity.

7 IndiaNPIM, New Delhiat Punjab Agricultural University, Ludhiana(Strategy: 1) Regional Convention on Participatory Irrigation Management for WUA Presidents of Northern States (Punjab, Himachal Pradesh, J&K, Rajasthan, Haryana and Uttarakhand) (August 2015) 130

• Discussed equitable distribution of water, creating awareness about conservation of water, minimizing wastage, depletion of ground water table and adoption of on-farm water efficient techniques, etc. in the command areas.

• All States from North India agreed that Participatory Irrigation Management Act/Law may be made applicable and enforced in true spirit in these States.

• Operation and Maintenance of water distribution, dispute resolution, recovery of water tax, etc. shall be under the WUAs.

• Administrative actions for Operation and

Maintenance of canal and distribution network may be kept under the State Government.

8 IndiaNPIM, New Delhiat WALMI, Aurangabad(Strategy: 1) Regional Convention on Participatory Irrigation Management for WUA Presidents of Western States (Maharashtra, Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh and Goa)(January 2016) 180

Covering States of Maharashtra, Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh and Goa.

1. Capacity building of Water Users Associations (WUAs) and improving women’s participation.

2. Equity issues, protecting interest of weak and marginal farmers and water use efficiency improvement through WUAs.

3. Convergence of farmer friendly government scheme at WUA level and scope of private sector participation.

4. Incentive structure for WUA and line agency officials

5. Financial sustainability and scope of conjunctive use implementation

9 NIRD & PR, Hyerabad(Strategy-II) Regional Training Programme on Exchange Programme on Participatory Irrigation Management, Advocating, Adoption/Enactment and Motivation of WUAs at SIRD, Chennai(February 2016) 20

Participants from Telangana / Andhra Pradesh

1. Enabled participants to understand management of water resources for conservation, distribution, augmentation and efficient use.

2. Equipped them with skills for operation and maintenance of the system in tune to pool resources (both financial and human resources), delivery mechanism and repair, restoration and renovation of the system

3. Comprehensive assessment of the Water User Associations ( WUA) legislation and identifying its feasibility and practicability in terms of implementation

10 CGWB, Reg. Office, AP Training of Elected representatives on “Water conservation, Augmentation and Prevention” through Rural Development, AP 15 Participants from Telangana and Andhra Pradesh
11 IGNB, Rajasthan (through Hydrology and Water Management Institute, Bikaner)

One day Mass Awareness Programme for Farmers/WUA members in IGNP Command

• Shawa Lift, Rawatsar; Shawa Lift, Taranagar; Amarpura Gajner Lift Pumping Stn. (3 programmes in April 2015)

• Pokran Lift, Nachna; Gajner Lift, Nokha Daiyya Canal Colony, Surjada; Phalodi Lift, Nokh, Jaisalmer (3 programmes in May 2015)

• Mohangargh; Phalodi Lift, Kanasar; Kolayat Lift, Nagarasar (3 programmes in June, 2015) Gajner Lift, Bhanipura; Ramgarh; Bangarsar lift (3 programmes in July 2015)

• Kailash Minor; Meghsar, Sahwa Distt; Punsisar Minor (3 programmes in August 2015)

• Nethava, Taranagar; Dheervas Bada, Taranagar; Baniyala, Taranagar (3 programmes in September 2015)

• Gajner Lift, Kawani, Bikaner (one programme in October 2015)

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All participants from Rajasthan
12 NIH, Roorkee Training Workshop on “Hydrological modelling using RS/GIS with Special Reference to climate change”. 33  
13 WALMI, Aurangabad Training Course of Water Use Efficiency in Irrigation Water ad Water productivity for women (SHG)Management for Office Bearers of Water User Associations  1089 Total 21 training programme conducted for the period of September, 2015 to Mach 2016.

 

2016-17

Sl. No. Organization Title of Training /Capacity Building No. of participants Remarks
1 HIRMI, Kurukshetra

Two Training courses on Participatory Irrigation Management and Water conservation programme.
(held during 14-16, June 2016 and 28-30 Sept. 2016) 
  

LIST OF PARTICIPANTS-HIRMI

70 Training emphasized about background of Participatory Management, farmers participation through Water User Associations their role in water management at field level through their water courses.
2 WALAMTARI, Hyderabad
(3 trainings)
Training of Trainers on Water use efficiency and Water Productivity  100 The topics covered and methodology followed was well appreciated.
3 NIRD, Hyderabad Training courses on PIM/Climate change, water resources and impact on agriculture/surface irrigation/ ground water management/ Difficult and Over exploited areas/ operation and maintenance, delivery, repair, restoration and renovation of water resources system / Water use efficiency etc. 264 Trainees were from Haryana
4 IndiaNPIM, New Delhi

Regional Convention for WUA Presidents on PIM at Bangalore

LIST OF PARTICIPANTS.

51  
5 CWPRS, Pune One day seminar on Water Environment in Hindi    
6 NIH Regional Centre, Kakinada National Conference on “Water Resources Management in Coastal Regions” 105 Discussion on eight themes were held.