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Central Water and Power Research Station, Pune World Bank's Final Supervision and Completion Mission Central Water and Power Research Station, Pune World Bank's Final Supervision and Completion Mission Progress Review

Central Water and Power Research Station (CWPRS), Khadakwasla, Pune q CWPRS, established in 1916, Central Water and Power Research Station (CWPRS), Khadakwasla, Pune q CWPRS, established in 1916, is a premier hydraulic research institute in India, under Government of India Ministry of Water Resources q Excellence in providing technological solutions of practical utility for optimal and safe design of water resources structures through a combination of applied research and effective utilisation of latest technology for sustainable development and management of the country’s water resources q Work methodologies- physical and mathematical model studies, desk studies, field and laboratory experiments q Few specialised areas- river training and flood control, hydraulic structures, harbours, coastal protection, foundation engineering, construction materials, pumps and turbines, ship hydrodynamics, hydraulic design of bridges, earth sciences, cooling water intakes, environmental studies, water resources development, management and planning etc MAJOR DISCIPLINES River Engineering Coastal and Offshore Engineering River and Reservoir Systems Modelling Foundation and Structures Reservoir & Appurtenant Structures Applied Earth Sciences Instrumentation, Calibration and Testing Services 2

Role of CWPRS in HP-II Ø As a central implementing agency, CWPRS primarily plays Role of CWPRS in HP-II Ø As a central implementing agency, CWPRS primarily plays a role as facilitator in R&D. Ø Achievements, developments and capacity building of CWPRS during HP-II are summarized as below: v Technical Advancements v Infrastructure Development v Research Activities under HP-II 3

Technical Advancements Capacity Building Trainings Received by CWPRS Officers (in India) Year 2006 -07 Technical Advancements Capacity Building Trainings Received by CWPRS Officers (in India) Year 2006 -07 2007 -08 Number of training programmes 7 5 Number of officers received training 13 11 2008 -09 2009 -10 2010 -11 2011 -12 2012 -13 2013 -14 6 6 6 7 3 5 11 12 10 30 6 11 4

Technical Advancements (Contd. . . ) Participation of CWPRS officers in international training Sl. Technical Advancements (Contd. . . ) Participation of CWPRS officers in international training Sl. Training Course Title No. 1 Water Resources Planning 2 3 Venue IIHE, Netherlands DHI, Denmark Use of Developed DSS in Water Resources Management Climate Change: Earth System Newcastle Future Scenarios and Threats University, UK No. of Officers 1 1 1 5

Technical Advancements (Contd. . . ) Trainings course conducted by CWPRS No Training Course Technical Advancements (Contd. . . ) Trainings course conducted by CWPRS No Training Course Title 1 Prediction of Hydrologic Variables for Ungauged Basins 2 Optimisation of Gauge & Discharge network in Maharashtra (3 workshops) 3 Calibration of current meters and their usage in rivers 4 Application of Statistics in Hydrology 5 Application of Arc. GIS in Water Resources Studies (3 courses) 6 Water quality data analysis, reporting and presentation 7 Canal Automation using SCADA Venue Pune Number of Participants 21 Nasik 100 (40 in 1 st course, 35 in 2 nd and 25 in 3 rd) 35 Goa Pune 21 23 (6 in 1 st course, 5 in 2 nd and 12 in 3 rd) 13 20 expected (20 -22 May 2014) 6

Infrastructure Development Upgradation of Research facilities No. Facility Description 1 Supervisory Control And Data Infrastructure Development Upgradation of Research facilities No. Facility Description 1 Supervisory Control And Data Acquisition (SCADA) 2 Civil works for upgradation of model canal 3 Upgradation of current meter rating trolley facility (up-gradation of Cost (Rs Lakhs) 82. 51 16. 33 1. 15 certain identified hardware spare parts/ software component 7

Infrastructure Development Upgradation of Research facilities Model Canal ADCP SCADA Screenshot of software Data Infrastructure Development Upgradation of Research facilities Model Canal ADCP SCADA Screenshot of software Data Acquisition System SCADA System Infrastructure Developed at CWPRS 8

Infrastructure Development IT hardware and Software Sl. No. Description Hardware 1 Desktop PC 2 Infrastructure Development IT hardware and Software Sl. No. Description Hardware 1 Desktop PC 2 Laptop PC 3 Workstations 4 Printers 5 Scanners 6 7 8 9 Photocopy Machines Computer Furniture Handheld GPS Multi-media projector Quantity Sl. No. Description Software 7 1 Arc. GIS 2 Utility software 2 1 MS-Office 5 Windows 7 3 Quick. Heal Antivirus 2 3 SCADA Quantity 1 2 2 3 1 1 9

Infrastructure Development of CWPRS Physical Infrastructure comprising the buildings and allied structures were renovated Infrastructure Development of CWPRS Physical Infrastructure comprising the buildings and allied structures were renovated and modified as the case may be to boost the image of institute in both national and international perspectives. No. Facility Description 1 2 3 4 Modernisation of Library Building Renovation of VIP suites in Guest House Renovation of Conference Hall Up-gradation of two Lecture Halls Cost (Rs in lakh) 32. 05 60. 80 34. 76 50. 87 10

Infrastructure Development of CWPRS Physical 11 Infrastructure Development of CWPRS Physical 11

Research Activities under HP-II Purpose Driven Study (PDS) Ø PDS on “Optimisation of stream Research Activities under HP-II Purpose Driven Study (PDS) Ø PDS on “Optimisation of stream gauge and rain gauge network for Upper Bhima basin in Maharashtra” was carried out by CWPRS in association with Govt. of Maharashtra (Go. M). Ø Bhima basin up to Ujjani reservoir was chosen as a pilot basin for the study. Scope of the work included reviewing the preliminary work done by Go. M and providing additional technical inputs. Ø Three workshops on the study were conducted during 2008 -09 and 2010 -11 jointly by CWPRS and Government of Maharashtra (Go. M) at Jal Vigyan Bhawan, Nasik; with about 100 officials trained through the workshops. 12

Research Activities under HP-II (Contd. . . ) Purpose Driven Study (PDS) Ø Technical Research Activities under HP-II (Contd. . . ) Purpose Driven Study (PDS) Ø Technical Report based on the study was submitted to WRD, Go. M and PCS in December 2010. Ø Five technical papers were published in international/ national journals based on the results of PDS. 13

Research Activities under HP-II (Contd. . . ) Purpose Driven Study (PDS) q For Research Activities under HP-II (Contd. . . ) Purpose Driven Study (PDS) q For Hydrographic survey for Tawa reservoir CWPRS completed field survey jointly with the WRD officials of Govt of Madhya Pradesh during Feb. -Mar, 2014. Report on the study under preparation. 14

Research Activities under HP-II DSS (Planning) Ø CWPRS representives actively participated in all the Research Activities under HP-II DSS (Planning) Ø CWPRS representives actively participated in all the meetings and workshops, training programmes of DSS (P) during conceptualisation of DSS (P) model, customisation and scenario simulation stages of DSS (P) Ø CWPRS is a member of `Maharashtra State Decision Support System (DSS) Expert Group’ Ø Generic DSS solutions software developed by the DSS (P) consultants, (DHI, Denmark) is installed on the workstation computer procured for the purpose by CWPRS. 15

Research Activities under HP-II DSS (Planning) Participation of Dr. C. Ramesh, SRO, CWPRS in Research Activities under HP-II DSS (Planning) Participation of Dr. C. Ramesh, SRO, CWPRS in the 3 -weeks training course on “Use of DSS in Water Resources Management and Application of the Developed DSS Software”, organised by DHI, Denmark during 19 th September to 7 th October 2011 16

Financial Achievements In accordance with WB document of HP-II, the budgetary cost allocated for Financial Achievements In accordance with WB document of HP-II, the budgetary cost allocated for CWPRS is about 3. 69 crore initially and subsequently revised to 4. 64 crore during various RCTs. Details of component-wise expenditure under HP-II for the period April, 2006 – March, 2014 No. 1 2 3 4 5 Component Civil Works Goods Consultancy’s Services Training Operating Costs Total Expenditure (Rs) 2, 75, 48, 386 49, 40, 293 0 6, 29, 256 85, 29, 229 4, 16, 47, 164 17

Post project plan for implementation of HP-II activities Ø SCADA system developed at CWPRS Post project plan for implementation of HP-II activities Ø SCADA system developed at CWPRS under HP II will be utilised to carry our research in this field, to demonstrate automated control of canal operations and impart training of officials from various state and central agencies. Ø Trainings received by CWPRS officers in DSS(P) and the infrastructure developed at CWPRS for DSS(P) would be useful during the sustenance of DSS(P), for arranging trainings in this field and also basin specific studies can be undertaken. Ø Physical and IT infrastructure strengthened during HP-II would be effectively utilised for undertaking client sponsored studies and research in the field of Hydrology and Water Resources Analysis. 18

Lessons learnt from HP-II Ø Periodical (internal and external) review was helped in achieving Lessons learnt from HP-II Ø Periodical (internal and external) review was helped in achieving the physical and financial targets of the project. Ø Collaboration with state/ central agencies was helped CWPRS to know about their activities and its implementation schemes in water resources projects. Ø Better technical exchange of ideas with national/ international experts would be helpful. Ø Training on procurement procedures and reimbursement during the implementation period of the project from to time was helpful to CWPRS. 19

Plan for information Dissemination • CWPRS had shared its experience in hydrological and water Plan for information Dissemination • CWPRS had shared its experience in hydrological and water resources studies through organising 10+1 training programmes on various technical aspects. • Further CWPRS officials had participated in various National/ International training programmes and workshops organised at different institutes under HP II. • CWPRS can play active role in R&D activities under the proposed HP III. 20

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