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Irrigation

This topic covers the information related to Irrigation Schemes and Assistance from Governament

What to Do?

  • Conserve soil and water through Good Agricultural Practices.
  • Harvest rain water through construction of check dams and ponds.
  • Adopt crop diversification, seed production and nursery raising in water logged areas.
  • Adopt drip and sprinkler irrigation system to save 30-37% water and enhance crop quality and productivity.

Pradhan Mantri Krishi Sinchai Yojana (PMKSY)

PMKSY was approved by the Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs on 01.07.2015 with an outlay of Rs. 50,000 crore for a period of 5 years (2015-16 to 2019-20).

The vision of PMKSY is to ensure access to some means of protective irrigation to all agricultural farms in the country - to produce ‘per drop more crop. Thus bringing much desired rural prosperity. PMKSY is strategized by focusing on end-to end solution in irrigation supply chain, viz. water sources, distribution network, efficient farm level applications, extension services on new technologies and information etc. based on comprehensive planning process at district/State level.

What Can You Get?

S.No. Type of Assistance Quantum of Assistance Scheme
1 Water Carrying Pipes 50% of the cost or Rs 50/- per meter from HDPE pipes, Rs 35 / meter for PVC pipes, Rs 25 / meter for HDPE laminated oven lay flat tubes with maximum limit of Rs. 15,000/- per farmer / beneficiary for water carrying pipes
Bringing Green Revolution for Eastern India (BGREI) /NMOOP
2 Drip Irrigation System for Oil Palm As per the specification of National Mission for Sustainable Agriculture (NMSA) NMOOP
3

Plastic/RCC based water harvesting structure/ farm pond/construction of community tank (100 meter x 100 meter x 3 meter)

For smaller size ponds/tanks, cost will be admissible on pro rata basis, depending upon command area

Rs. 20 lakhs per unit in plains; and Rs.25 lakhs per unit in hilly areas with 500 micron plastic lining/ RCC lining, for 10-hectare command area NHM / HMNEH Sub schemes under MIDH
4

Water Storage in Farm Pond/ Dug well (Measuring 20 meter x 20 meter x 3 meter) by individual.

For smaller size ponds/dug wells, cost will be admissible on pro rata basis

Rs 1.50 lakhs per beneficiary for plains & Rs.1.80 lakhs / beneficiary for hilly areas with 300 micron plastic lining/RCC lining, for 2-hectare command area. NHM / HMNEH Sub schemes under MIDH
5 Sprinkler Set for pulses and wheat Rs.10,000/- per hectare or 50% of the cost
whichever is less.
National Food Security
Mission (NFSM)
6

(a) Creation of borewell at Oil Palm farm

 

 

 

(b) Water Harvesting Structures/ponds

Assistance as per NMSA guidelines ie. 50 % of the cost limited to Rs.25,000/- per borewell / tube well subject to the condition that these are not installed in critical, semi-critical and over exploited ground water zones.

50 % of the cost (construction cost Rs 125 / cu.m for plains & Rs 150 / cu.m. for hilly areas) limited to Rs 75,000  for plains and Rs.90,000/- for hilly areas including lining

NMOOP
7 Pump-sets
Rs.10,000/- per pump set or 50 % of the cost whichever is less.
NFSM, BGREI
8 Construction of dug well / Bore Well 100 % assistance limited to Rs 30,000/- per unit Bringing Green Revolution to Eastern India (BGREI)
9
Mobile rain gun
Rs.15,000/- per unit or 50% of the cost whichever is less
NFSM
10
Shallow Tube Wells 100% assistance limited to Rs.12,000/- BGREI
11 Pump Set up to 10 HP Rs.10,000/- per pump set or 50% of the cost
whichever is less.
NFSM
Water Management under National Mission for Sustainable Agriculture (NMSA)
1. Water Harvesting and Management
1.1a Water Harvesting System for individuals

50% of cost (Construction cost Rs.125/- for plain and  Rs.150/- per cu m for hilly areas) limited to Rs.75,000/-, for plain areas and Rs.90,000/- for hilly areas including lining.

For smaller size of the ponds/dug wells, cost admissible on pro rata basis. Cost for non-lined ponds/tanks will be 30% less.

NMSA
1.1b Lining of Tanks/ Ponds constructed under MNREGA/WSDP etc. 50% cost of plastic/RCC lining limited to
Rs.25,000/- per pond/tank/well.
NMSA
1.2 Water Harvesting System for communities: Construction of Community tanks / on-farm ponds/check dams/reservoirs with use of
plastic/RCC lining on public land.
100% of the cost limited to Rs.20 lakhs/unit in plain areas, Rs.25 lakhs/unit in hilly areas, for 10 ha of command area or any other smaller size on pro rata basis depending upon the command areas. Cost for non-lined ponds/tanks will be 30% less. NMSA
1.3 Construction of Tube Wells / Bore Wells
(Shallow/Medium)
50% of the total cost of installation limited to
Rs.25,000/- per unit.
NMSA
1.4 Restoration/Renovation of small tanks 50% of the cost of renovation limited to
Rs.15,000/- per unit
NMSA
1.5 Pipe/pre-cast Distribution System 50% of the cost of system limited to Rs.10,000/- per ha with assistance up to a maximum of 4 ha per beneficiary or group. NMSA
1.6 Water lifting Devices (Electric, Diesel, Wind/Solar) 50% of the cost of installation limited to
Rs.15,000/- per electric/diesel unit and
Rs.50,000/- per solar/wind unit.
NMSA
1.7 Construction of secondary storage structures with poly lining, protective fence at feasible locations 50% of the cost limited to Rs 100 / cu.m. of storage capacity. Maximum permissible assistance restricted to Rs. 2 lakh per beneficiary. NMSA
1.8 Construction of Brick masonry / concrete secondary storage structures (Diggie) with protective fence 50% of the cost limited to Rs 350 / cu.m. of storage capacity. Maximum permissible assistance restricted to Rs. 2 lakh per beneficiary. NMSA
2 Drip Irrigation 45% of the total cost of installation for small and marginal farmers in non- DPAP/DDP/NE&H regions and 35 % for other areas.
60% of the total cost of installation for small and marginal farmers in DPAP/DDP/NE&H regions and 45 % for other farmers.
(DPAP-Drought Prone Area Programme, DDP-Desert Development Programme, NE&H states – North Eastern and Himalayan States)
Upper limit of assistance will be restricted to the amount as per the eligible pattern of assistance of the normative cost of installation. Normative cost of installation for wide spaced crops Rs.23,500/ha to Rs 58,400 and for close spaced crops Rs.85,400/ha to Rs 1,00,000 / ha. However, the cost will vary depending on crop spacing & land size.
Maximum permissible assistance will be restricted to 5 ha per beneficiary /group.
Per Drop More Crop component of PMKSY
3. Sprinkler Irrigation

Pattern of assistance for different categories of farmers and area of operation are similar to that of Drip irrigation.

Upper limit of assistance will be restricted to the amount as per the eligible pattern of assistance of the normative cost of installation. Normative Cost of installation is Rs.58,900/- ha for Micro Sprinkler, Rs.85,200/- ha for Mini Sprinkler, Rs.19,600/- ha for portable sprinkler, Rs.36,600/- per ha. for semi- permanent irrigation system and Rs.31,600/- ha for Large Volume Sprinkler Irrigation System (Rain gun).

Maximum permissible assistance will be restricted to 5 ha per beneficiary/group

Per Drop More Crop component of PMKSY

Whom to Contact ?

District Agriculture Officer / District Soil Conservation Officer / Project Director, ATMA/ District Horticulture Officer.

Source: Department of Agriculture, Cooperation and Farmers Welfare

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SHRIDHAR Pawar Aug 26, 2017 03:21 PM

Sir I come from rural area .you find good policy at upper level but that not impliment grasroot level.Most of people not aware scheme and programme.I suggest one post ever Panchyat Farmar Mitra this post deployed by Agri student.They help Farmar to aware how give crop,soil helth,insurance,storage ,market,etc not onlicy making but implementation most important.Farmer condition well our dream success when policy go for every downtrodden.Thak you give me platform express me Jai Hind .

RS sangtam Jan 27, 2016 09:14 PM

How do I apply for Water Harvesting System for communities: Construction of Community tanks / on-farm ponds/check dams/reservoirs with use ofplastic/RCC lining on public land.

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