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DPR PREPARATION, EXECUTION AND MONITORING
OF PROJECTS UNDER NMCG

 

 

 Course Duration : 3 days

 Schedule : Feb 26 - 28, 2019

 About the Course

During the course of techno economic appraisal of detailed project reports (DPRs) submitted by the State Governments for funded by National Mission for Clean Ganga (NMCG) programme, a large number of deficiencies in project formulation and evaluation have been observed resulting in several revisions and delays in the submission of reports and execution of the works. Field engineers, having experience of construction and maintenance only, many times prepare the DPRs without having required experience and training for project formulation. The issued guidelines and manual sometimes are not followed. Several reports also lack in detailed surveys and investigations and drawings. The new business models are now being used under NMCG programme. The personnel of implementing agencies are to be trained adequately even for monitoring the technical and physical progress of the projects.

A three day’s training programme during Feb 26 – 28, 2019 is being organized for serving the same.

 Course Contents:

The course shall cover following::

  • Different Conservation and Management Programmes and their Objectives
  • Discharge Measurement, Design Sewage etc.
  • Data collection and Preparation of PFR, DPR, Cost Estimates for river conservation
  • Use of Remote Sensing and GIS
  • Different types of Waste Water Treatment Technology
  • Reuse of Treated Water
  • Common Deficiencies found in DPRs and Measures to over come
  • Project Implementation Methods
  • Public hearing and participating process
  • Tendering procedures including hybrid annuity model
  • Financial Management, Resource Mobilization and sustainability of the project
  • Use of Application Software in Project Management
  • Specific Regulations/Statuary Acts
  • Institutional and Management Concepts for Planning, Organizing, Staffing etc

 Target Participants

Target participants of officials of state organizations responsible for execution and or maintenance or management of water & wastewater such as PHED, Jal Nigam, Pey Jal Nigam BUIDCO, KMDA, KDA, DJB, Sewage Boards, SPMGs etc. and NMCG.

 Course Programmes

The course will have lectures, discussions, exchange of experiences of participants from different organizations and case studies related to conservation and management of rivers. Visit to nearby rivers / STPs will also be organized.

 Number of Seats

There are 25 seats in the course. The admission will be offered on first-come-first basis. There is no course fee. All participants will be provided training, boarding and lodging during the course. To enhance wider participation, it will be attempted to provide representation to as many different organizations as possible. Accordingly, the participants are advised to send their nominations at the earliest. Women candidates are also encouraged to apply.

 Course Faculty

The course faculty are comprise the faculty of IIT Roorkee, planners, policy makers, and the experts from other organizations. Experts from the relevant fields are also invited.

 Boarding / Lodging

All the expenses during the course on accommodation, boarding, field visits and course material will be borne by AHEC directly through the sponsorship of National Mission for Clean Ganga, Ministry of Water Resources, River Development and Ganga Rejuvenation, Govt. of India. The accommodation has been arranged at guest house at Continuing Education Centre of Indian Institute of Technology, Roorkee.

 Venue

The course will be held at Alternate Hydro Energy Center (AHEC), Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee, Roorkee is about 180 km North of Delhi and has a number of academic and research Institutions. It is connected by road and rail head from Delhi. A large number of interstate buses ply from Delhi to Roorkee on way to Haridwar and Dehradun. Roorkee is also connected by railway from Delhi and other important towns. The nearest Airport is Jolly Grant Airport, Dehradun which is about 70 km from Roorkee.

For further information and registration, please contact or write to:


Prof Arun Kumar
Professor
Alternate Hydro Energy Centre,
Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee,
Roorkee-247667, Uttarakhand,
Phone : Off.(+91 1332) 285821
Fax : (+91 1332) 273517, 273560
E-mail : aheciitr.ak@gmail.com, akumafah@iitr.ac.in

 

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