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Telangana State to scale up Mission Kakatiya scheme with institutional help

Telangana State to scale up Mission Kakatiya scheme with institutional help

The State Government entered into an arrangement with three esteemed associations of IIT-H, BITS Pilani (Hyd) and National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development (Nabard) towards supplying technical assistance for the main programme of Mission Kakatiya seeking to restore water bodies across Telangana.

The MoUs were signed here on Thursday in the existence of Irrigation Minister T. Harish Rao at his chambers here in the Secretariat. Special Chief Secretary S.K Joshi traded the deal files with IIT Hyd Director Prof. Desai, BITS-Hyd Director Prof. V.S. Rao and Nabard’s C.V.V. Satyanarayana.

The associations were brought into the programme in order to supply a third party test in the performance of works occasionally moreover additionally addressing technical problems renovating the forgotten tanks, said Mr. Rao, including that it’d help in more efficient preservation of water bodies.

The Minister sought IIT-Hyd BITS Pilani and -Hyd help to produce an integrated knowledge database training camps for the engineers of the section on the technology trends globally besides upgradation of official web site, for each irrigation job for ensuring more transparency.

Pupils of these associations can take up pilot projects involving pupils pursuing PhD and M.Tech and additionally the teaching staff on the irrigation projects in the State and analyse the irrigation facilities. Nabard submit the reports to his section to take corrective measures, if required and overly on its part can undertake studies on Mission Kakatiya.

Afterwards, participating in a video conference to talk about the programme execution with officials across the districts, the Irrigation Minister pointed out a total of 10,000 lakes have been selected for the Assignment. second stage under the Since approximations were received for just 6,000 lakes thus far the officials concerned should that the price of taking up the remaining works should be finalised before February16. Local farmers, Agriculture Department officials and public representatives’ support ought to be required for carrying the silt dredged from the water bodies where the works were occurring, he included. Job Manager Malsur was not absent.

The Minister helped by advisor Vidyasagar Rao and Mr. Joshi also socialized with KRMB member-Secretary R. K. Gupta on the on-going irrigation projects and tanks restoration programme.