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A Case study of the Damodar Valley Corporation and its projects

A Case study of the Damodar Valley Corporation and its projects

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Published by United Nations Economic Commission for Asia and the Far East in Bangkok .
Written in English

    Places:
  • India,
  • Damodar Valley.
    • Subjects:
    • Damodar Valley Corporation.,
    • Water resources development -- India -- Damodar Valley.

    • Edition Notes

      SeriesFlood control series ;, no. 16
      ContributionsUnited Nations. Economic Commission for Asia and the Far East.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsMicrofiche 2000/63822 (H)
      The Physical Object
      FormatMicroform
      Paginationxii, 110 p.
      Number of Pages110
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL168684M
      LC Control Number99946498

      Damodar Valley Corporation vs State Of Jharkhand & Ors. on 25 February, the facts would indicate that the petitioner was given opportunity to place its case before the State Advisory Board and the representatives of the petitioner had even participated in one of . Damodar River is a river flowing across the Indian states of Jharkhand and West Bengal. Rich in mineral resources, the valley is home to large-scale mining and industrial activity. Earlier known as the Sorrow of Bengal because of its ravaging floods in the plains of West Bengal, the Damodar and its tributaries have been somewhat tamed with the construction of several dams. It is the most polluted river of India. ⁃ location: chulha pani (Chandwa/Tori), Latehar, .

      Development in the Damodar Valley Region, India The Damodar Valley is the connecting link between the great metropolis of Calcutta, the Hooghly-side urban belt on the southeast, and the industrial magnets of Jamshedpur-Rourkela- Bhilai of S.E. Resource Regions on the southwest, and forms one of the world's largest industrial by: 1.   However, this venture was not so effective in mitigating the agony of people of the lower Damodar Basin. The Government of India invited in, to prepare the project report. Finally, a Multipurpose River Valley Project under Damodar Valley Corporation (DVC) was initiated by the Government of India for the entire basin in Cited by: 1.

      Established in , Damodar Valley Corporation (DVC) is an integrated power major spread across a command area of 24, km2 in the states of West Bengal and Jharkhand. It is the first multipurpose river valley project of independent India. DVC also performs multifarious activities of flood control, irrigation and transmission &. Damodar Valley Corporation Act, and as per the decision of the Appellate tribunal for Electricity dated in Case No of and the provisions of these Regulations which are inconsistent with the provisions of the above Part IV of the Damodar Valley Corporation Act, shall not File Size: 38KB.


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A CASE STUDY OF THE DAMODAR VALLEY CORPORATION AND ITS PROJECTS United Nations Economic Commission for Asia and the Far East The Damodar River basin straddles the states of Bihar and West Bengal, India, and originates west of Calcutta, some miles away.

EKISTICS first presents general information on the area (the. Case study of the Damodar Valley Corporation and its projects. Bangkok, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, International government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: United Nations.

Economic Commission for Asia and the Far East. Bureau of Flood Control and Water Resources Development. ISBN. Established inDamodar Valley Corporation (DVC) is an integrated power major spread across a command area of 24, km2 in the states of West Bengal and Jharkhand and the first multipurpose river valley project of independent India.

DVC also performs multifarious activities of flood control, irrigation and transmission & distribution. CASE STUDY OF THE DAMODAR VALLEY REGION extrapolated to the entire production of the region, the quantities of loss to the air, water and land amount to million tonnes, million tonnes and million tonnes respectively.

In fact, these losses are probably much higher since there are many storage Size: KB. A case study of Damodar Valley Corporation and its Projects, Economic Commission for Asia and Far East (ECAFE), United Nations, Bangkok, Annual Reports, Damodar Valley Corporation, to 'Flood control in the Damodar Valley', Geographical Review of India, Vol.

35, No. 2, Calcutta, 'Plant Geography of Damodar Valley', GeographicalFile Size: KB. Bangkok () A case study of the Damodar Valley corporation and its projects Google Scholar UNESCO (a) Discharge of selected rivers of the world, vol UNESCO, Paris, p Google Scholar.

The major dams of the Damodar River valley of the DVC project can able to moderate or reduce high magnitude of flood of the river valley, but this can lead to increase in the frequency of low. Study Area For this research, parts of Damodar River command area, West Bengal, India has been chosen as study area.

It extends from ’N to 'N latitude and from 38'E to 'E longitude. This area comprises three blocks namely Khandaghosh, Raina I and Raina II which are well connected with the DamodarFile Size: 1MB.

Kundu, Raj Kumar & Chattopadhyay, Apurba Kumar, "Analysing Varying Crop Productivity in Canal Productivity in Canal Irrigation: A Case Study of Damodar Valley Corporation (DVC) in West Bengal," Indian Journal of Agricultural Economics, Indian Society of Agricultural Economics, vol.

72(4), : RePEc:ags:inijae DOI: /thor: Raj Kumar Kundu, Apurba Kumar Chattopadhyay. The Damodar Flood Enquiry Committee suggested the creation of an authority similar to the Tennessee Valley Authority in the USA and recommended the construction of dams and storage reservoirs at the sites with a total capacity of million acre-ft.

( million cu. M) and highlighted the possibilities of multipurpose development in the valley area. The Government of India then commissioned the ‘Central Technical Power Board’ to study Headquarters: Kolkata, West Bengal, India. The Damodar Flood Enquiry Committee suggested a comprehensive plan.

This plan was based on the memorandum submitted by W.L. Voorduin, an engineer with the Tennesse Valley authority (TVA) in the USA. The Damodar Valley Corporation (DVC) was established on 18th February, to execute the Damodar Valley Project.

5. Mission and vision MISSIONS or Objectives: Damodar Valley Corporation, the first major multipurpose integrated River Valley project of the country, conceived in the line of Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA), came into existence on july 7, by an act of control legislature 1.

Flood control 2. This empirical study has taken up one of the oldest and largest multipurpose major irrigation project, Damodar Valley Corporation (DVC), in West Bengal for micro level study to identify spatial. Damodar Valley Corporation income as computed under the normal provisions of the Income- tax Act, is more than 30 per cent of the book profit, tax shall be charged on the same.

The Memorandum explaining the provisions in the Finance (No. 2) Bill, categorise the amendment under the caption "Rationalisation and Simplification".

Maithon Dam and the Damodar River Valley Project, West Bengal, India. Description: SinceIndian government had been concerned with the problem of flood in Bengal. Heavy damage by the floods in pre independence days, made post independent Government of.

Afforestation DVC has brought around more than 2, 00, ha of forest and waste land under forest cover through its afforestation programme.

VISION To foster integrated development of Damodar Valley Command Area and achieve par excellence in its multifaceted activities of control. The Damodar Valley Corporation, popularly known as DVC, is the first multipurpose river valley project of independent India.

The corporation came into being on July 7, by an Act of theConstituent Assembly of India (Act No. XIV of ). It is modelled on the Tennessee Valley Authority of the USA. Damodar river valley as quasi-natural phenomena. Figure 1: Location map of the Damodar River basin and major dams on the Damodar and its tributaries The present study is an attempt to focus on whether dams in reality are actually able to control the floods of lower regime of the Damodar River in the post dam period.

Location of the Study AreaCited by: 2. Damodar Valley Project is the first multipurpose river valley project of independent project is handled by Damodar Valley Corporation.

It was launched on Damodar r Valley Project covers an area of ab square kilometers and benefits two states that are Biharand West is metres long and metres high barrage that was constructed across Damodar River.

Bhattacharyya K () Applied geomorphological study in a controlled tropical river – the case of the Damodar between Panchet reservoir and Falta. The University of Burdwan, Burdwan Google Scholar Bhattacharyya K () Floods, flood hazards and hazard reduction measures: a model – the case in the Lower Damodar : Kumkum Bhattacharyya, Michael J.

Wiley. Damodar Valley Project (West Bengal and Bihar) Principal object of this multipurpose scheme is to control the flowing of the Damodar which is notorious for its vagaries and destructiveness.for Asia and the Far East, A Case Study of the Damodar Valley Corporation and Its Projects, Flood Control Series No.

16 (Bangkok, ). 'As oftotal capital provided by the participating governments amounted to.Power was generated by Central Utilities such as NTPC, NHPC, Nuclear Power Corporation, Damodar Valley Corporation and NEEPCO; State Electricity Boards which were state-owned utilities; licensees such as BSES and CESC and Independent Power Projects (IPPs).

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