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The Irrigation and Flood Control Department, Manipur is committed for development of i) assured irrigation in the State by construction of Major and Medium Irrigation & Multipurpose projects and ii) management of flood problems in the State with flood fighting/flood control schemes of restoration/improvement and protection works. Apart from Irrigation and management of flood, the department is also creating potentials for water supply and hydro power generation from the Irrigation projects.
Irrigation and Flood Control Department is dealing with all matters relating to Medium and Major Irrigation Projects in the State. In addition, the Department is also looking after matters relating to Lift Irrigation Projects, management of floods, including construction of major dams and drainages, Management and Preservation of Water Resource, investigation of Ground Water Resources in the State...More
Khuga Multipurpose Project
The Khuga Multipurpose Project was sanctioned by the Planning Commission in July, 1980 for an estimated cost of Rs.15.00 crore. The hydro-power component of 3 x 500 KW was separately sanctioned in October, 1983 for an estimated cost of 1.23 crore and with the latest revised cost of Rs.16.68 crore (2008). The project is earmarked and monitored by the centre. The latest approved revised cost of the project is Rs. 433.91 crores. The Head work component has been completed and commissioned on 12th November, 2010 with a partial irrigation potential of 10,000 Ha. The whole irrigation component i/c canal system is targeted for completion during 2017. The outlay for 2016-17 is Rs. 7.50 crores. The expenditure incurred during 2016-17 upto March, 2017 is Rs. 6.27 Crores. The cumulative expenditure upto March, 2017 is Rs. 468.98 crores including CA(AIBP) of Rs. 193.99 crores. The tentative outlay for the year 2017-18 as proposed is Rs.7.50 crore.
Thoubal Multipurpose Project
The Project was approved by the Planning Commission in 1980 for Rs. 47.25 Crores. The project will create 35,160 ha. of annual irrigation, provide 10 MGD of drinking water and generate 7.50 MW of hydropower. The works relating to the project were started in 1980. The latest approved Revised cost of the project is Rs. 1694.27 crores. On the advice of the Planning Commission, the works on dam and spillway were deferred from 1983 and the barrage component with a part of the left canal system was completed in 1991. Since then, a partial irrigation potential of 21,260 ha. had been created upto March, 2015 and the low lying area of 1,200 ha. at Loushipat and 900 ha. at Poirou Khongjin have been reclaimed.