065 - Different Types of Irrigation and Irrigation Systems
Farm loan waivers are neither adequate nor recommended for promoting sustained agricultural growth. Analyze.
Farm loan waiver refers to the payment of agricultural loans by the government and exemption of farmers from doing the same. Farm loans waivers are inadequate: Only 60% of farmers take a loan from formal banks and the rest depend on informal moneylenders, whose concerns remain unaddressed by waivers. Farm loan waivers only help the ..
IWRM refers to managing water and land resources in an integrated manner, taking the river sub-basin as the basic unit. National water policy 2012, brought in the concept of Integrated Water Resource Management (IWRM). Features of IWRM: River basin as the base unit. Watershed management. Water and land are taken as an integrated aspect. Focus ..
The cities in Punjab have experienced rapid urbanisation marked by unplanned and rampant new constructions. This huge growth of concrete jungles cut into the green pockets which used to soak the rainwater. Also, the main drainage channels were reduced to dumping grounds. Roads had to be widened to accommodate the growth of traffic spurred by ..
Kaleshwaram Multipurpose Lift Irrigation Project is the worldï¿½s largest irrigation and drinking water system. This has been possible because Telangana is located around 300-650 m above MSL. Comment.
The Kaleshwaram Project has been built for drinking and irrigation to nearly 45 lakh acres in about 31 districts of Telangana. The expected cost of the projects is slated to go up to Rs. 1 lakh crore when it is finished. Its uniqueness lies in the fact that it is based at the confluence of ..
"Surface Irrigation is often associated with several issues undermining productivity and environmental sustainability."Explain.
Surface irrigation is a simple and effective method of irrigation but it should be used under correct management practices only. The key issues created by unwise practice of surface irrigation may result in problems such as water logging, deep drainage and salinization. Waterlogging would block the growth of the plants until extra water is removed ..
The British Colonial rule systematically broke the traditional system of community management of irrigation tanks in various parts of India. While taking Madras Compulsory Labor Act of 1858 as an example, discuss why the practices such as Kudimaramath did not flourish despite of state legislations.
Since ancient times, water management In India had been in the hands of local communities. Prior to Britishers, water management in South India was done through a system called “Kudimaramath” which means self-repair(maintenance by contributed labor). Britishers, for their economic interest, broke the backbone of local autonomy. They introduced the concept of private property & ..