Eptisa carries out a survey and design for the modernization of irrigation infrastructure in the Uttar Pradesh State in India

The project will be implemented during twelve months

January 27 2014

The Government of Uttar Pradesh State, through the Irrigation Department, has awarded to Eptisa a consultancy services contract to carry out a survey and redesign for the rehabilitation and modernization of irrigation infrastructure of main delivery canal in Lower Ganges Canal System, which provides irrigation facility to the entire lower part of the Ganges Yamuna Basin.

The Lower Ganges Canal System includes the Lower Ganges Canal (length 99.36 km) and Parallel Lower Ganges Canal (length 89.14km), both taking from the right bank of Narora Barrage. There are also five branch systems taking off from the left bank of the Lower Ganges Canal including Farrukhabad Branch (at km 41.45), Bewar Branch (at km 63.517), Kanpur Branch (at km 89.36), Etawah and Bhognipur Branch (at km 99.80).

During twelve months Eptisa will review the existing data, designs, studies, design manuals, institutions and initial field visits to optimize and prepare water allocation plan for various sub systems both for Kharif and Rabi Crops. It will also carry out a survey for Lower Ganges Main Canal, Parallel Lower Ganges Main Canal, Farrukhabad Branch and Bewar Branch and the design, including construction planning and economic and financial analysis. Preparation of bid documents will be also undertaken.


 
 Eptisa carries out a survey and design for the modernization of irrigation infrastructure in the Uttar Pradesh State in India