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Ministry of Water Resources
04-August-2016 18:05 IST
National Projects

 

            Sixteen (16) Projects have been declared as National Project. The progress of work of National Project is monitored by Central Water Commission (CWC). A High Powered Steering Committee headed by Secretary, Ministry of Water Resources, River Development and Ganga Rejuvenation also reviews the implementation of National Projects.

          As per information available, Seventeen more project proposals have been received for inclusion under the scheme of National Projects. However, these proposals were not in the prescribed format, or did not qualify to be included under the scheme of National Project as per the guidelines.  Some of these projects were later proposed for funding from other agencies.

State & Project–wise status of the National Project

 


Sl.

No

State/ Name of the Project

Latest Estimated Cost of the Project

(Rs. in cr.)

Central Assistance Released under scheme of National Project

(Rsin Cr.)

1)      Irrigation (ha.)

 

2)      Power (MW)

 

3) Storage (MAF)

Remarks

1.

Kulsi Dam Project (Assam)

 

1139.27

(PL 2014)

Nil

1)  20,500 ha.

2)  55 MW

3)  0.28 MAF

Appraisal stage

2

Polavaram Project (Andhra Pradesh)

 

10,151.04

(PL 2005-06)

Revised cost - 16010.45

(PL 2010-11)

Before N.P.-562.47

 

After N.P.:-

2014-15 = 250

2015-16 = 600

         Total    850

1) 4.68Lakh

2) 960 MW

3) 23.44 TMC of water to Vizag city for drinking and industrial purpose and Diversion of 84.70 TMC to Krishna basin

Ongoing

3.

Noa-Dihing Dam Project (Arunachal Pradesh)

1086.06

(PL 2013)

Nil

1)  3605 ha.

2)  71 MW

3)  0.26 MAF

Appraisal stage

4.

Upper Siang Project(Arunachal Pradesh)

 

-

Nil

1) Indirect

2) 9500 MW

3) 1.44 MAF

4) Flood moderation

Pre-Feasibility Report (PFR) Stage

5

Renuka Dam Project(Himachal Pradesh)

5242.89

(PL 2015)

Nil

1)  Drinking water

2)  40 MW

3)  0.404 MAF

Appraisal stage

 

6.

Gyspa HE Project (Himachal Pradesh)

 

-

Nil

1)  0.50 lakh ha

2)  300 MW

3)  0.74 MAF

Detailed Project Report (DPR) Stage

7.

Kishau Multipurpose Project (Himachal Pradesh/ Uttarakhand)

7193.24

(PL 2010)

Nil

1)  0.97 Lakh

2)  660 MW

3)  1.04 MAF

Appraisal stage

 

8

Ujh Multipurpose project (Jammu & Kashmir)

3630.73

(PL 2013)

Nil

1)  0.32 lakh

2)  212 MW

3)  0.82 MAF

Appraisal stage

 

9.

Bursar HE Project(Jammu & Kashmir)

 

-

Nil

1)  1 lakh (indirect)

2)  1230 MW

3)  1 MAF

DPR Stage

10.

Gosikhurd Irrigation Project (Maharashtra)

 

 

7777.85

(PL 2007-08);

2008-09 = 450

2009-10 = 720

2010-11 =1412.94

2012-13 =405

Total = 2987.94.

1)  2.50 lakh

2)   3 MW

3)   0.93 MAF

ongoing

11.

Ken Betwa Link Project Phase-I (Madhya Pradesh & Uttar Pradesh)

 

18057.08

(PL 2015-16)

 

Nil

1) 6.35 lakh

2) 78 MW

3)2.18 MAF

Appraisal stage

 

12.

Shahpurkandi Dam Project (Punjab)

 

2285.81

(PL 04/08)

2009-10 = 10.80

2010-11 =15.236

Total = 26.036

1)  0.37 lakh

2)  168 MW

3)  0.012MAF

ongoing

13.

2nd Ravi Vyas Link Project (Punjab)

 

 

-

Nil

Harness water flowing across border (about 0.58 MAF in non-monsoon period)

PFR Stage

14.

SaryuNaharPariyojna(Uttar Pradesh)

 

.

 

7270.32

(PL 2008-09)

2012-13=67.98

2013-14= 380.75

2014-15=210.85

2015-16 = 500

Total =1159.58

1) 14.04(NP Component:4.73)

2) –

3) Barrage

ongoing

15..

Lakhwar Multipurpose Project (Uttarakhand)

 

 

3966.51

(PL 2012)

Nil

1) 33,780 lakh.

2) 300 MW

3) 0.267 MAF

Appraisal stage

16.

Teesta Barrage Project (West Bengal)

 

 

2988.61

(PL 2008)

2010-11=81

2011-12= 97.20

Total = 178.20

1)  9.23 lakh (NP component:5.27)

2)  1000 MW

3)  Barrage

ongoing

 

 

This information was given by Union Minister of State for Water Resources, River Development and Ganga Rejuvenation Dr Sanjeev Kumar Balyan in a written reply in Lok Sabha today.

 

Samir/jk