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India ranks third globally with 5334 large dams in operation and about 411 are under construction. In addition, there are several thousand smaller dams. These dams are vital for ensuring the water security of the Country; and these also constitute a major responsibility in terms of asset management and safety. In April 2012, Ministry of Water Resources, River Development & Ganga Rejuvenation through Central Water Commission with an objective to improve safety and operational performance of selected dams, along with institutional strengthening with system wide management approach, embarked upon the six year Dam Rehabilitation and Improvement Project (DRIP) with World Bank assistance at a cost of INR 2100 Crore (US$M 437.5).


The project originally envisaged the rehabilitation and improvement of 223 dam projects in four states namely, Kerala, Madhya Pradesh, Odisha, and Tamil Nadu. Later Karnataka, Uttarakhand (UJVNL) and Damodar Valley Corporation (DVC) joined the DRIP, and number of dams in DRIP portfolio increased to 257; due to the addition/deletion of few dams during implementation by partner agencies, presently 198 dam projects are being rehabilitated.


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  • International Dam Safety Conference 2018

  • International Dam Safety Conference 2018

  • International Dam Safety Conference 2018

  • International Dam Safety Conference 2018

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Publications


Manual for Assessing Structural Safety of Existing Dams
Deals with various aspects related to review of structural safety of existing dams including stability during unusual/extreme events like floods and earthquakes.
Operational Procedures for Assessing and Managing Environmental Impacts in Existing Dam Projects
Provide valuable guidance to the dam authorities for obtaining statutory social and environmental clearances required for taking up various dam rehabilitation activities.
Guidelines for Classifying the Hazard Potential of Dams
Provide a simple, concise, adaptable and reliable approach to identify those projects whose failure or disruption could potentially lead to most severe consequences and to assist dam authorities to take appropriate measures to deal with such critical issues.
Inspection Manual for Dam Field Engineers after Seismic Event – Maithon Dam, DVC, Jharkhand
Describes all elements of inspection and monitoring of existing dam after the occurrence of a seismic event.
Guidelines for Assessing and Managing Reservoir Sedimentation
Describes all the elements systematically and comprehensively essential for assessment and management of sediment-induced problems of the dam and reservoir regularly.
Guidelines for Assessing and Managing Risks Associated with Dams
Integrate the dam’s design, construction and operation in a framework of risk management, including aspects such as dam monitoring and surveillance, and emergency management.
Technical Specifications for Instrumentation of Large Dams
Describe all elements of instrumentation program for large dams and will hopefully be quite useful to dam engineers for planning, installation and data processing for ensuring the safety of dams.
Inspection Manual for Dam Field Engineers after Seismic Event – Ichari Dam, Uttarakhand, IN
Describes all elements of inspection and monitoring of existing dam after the occurrence of a seismic event.
Manual for Rehabilitation of Large Dams
Providing guidance for execution of various activities related to rehabilitation and to address them systematically and scientifically.

Guidelines for Mapping Flood Risks Associated with Dams
Attempts to introduce the subject and the concept of risk in an unambiguous way, that is brief but comprehensive.
Guidelines for Preparing Operations and Maintenance Manuals for Dams
Describe all the elements systematically and comprehensively essential for its operation, inspection, maintenance, instrumentation and monitoring the health of the dam regularly.
Guidelines for Instrumentation of Large Dams
Describe all the elements systematically and comprehensively essential for its operation, inspection, maintenance, instrumentation and monitoring the health of the dam regularly.
Guidelines for Safety Inspections of Dams
Address all aspects of comprehensive dam safety inspection programmes. The guidelines also consider the preparatory steps to be taken before planning the inspections, including selection of inspection team and collection of needed documentation.
Guidelines for Developing Emergency Action Plans for Dams
Streamlines various activities to be under taken by many agencies in a coordinated manner to reduce the consequences of any emergency triggered by a dam failure or a dam incident.
 

DRIP Phase II & III


DRIP at a Glance

 

 
Scheme at a Glance
Objective, Scheme Type, Timeline, Budget Outlay, Scale, Nos of dams, Performance Rating by World Bank, Over Supervision & Coordination.

 
Quarter-wise Contract award and value by implementing Agency.

 
198 Agency-wise Financial Progress.

 
Training Calendar for Financial Year 2020-21.
Total No. of Large Dams
India ranks third globally with 5334 large dams in operation and about 437 are under construction.
The rehabilitation and improvement of 223 dams in seven states.
198 Dam projects are being rehabilitated.
Out of 223 Dam Break Analysis the CPMU has completed so for 222.
Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) signed between CWC and Academic Institutes
Project Monitoring by Monitoring Committee.
Project Monitoring by Monitoring Committee.
World Bank review and support mission to track project performance.
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Guideling and manuals developed by diversified experts working in Dam Safety area.
 


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