Water Users Cooperative Societies
The aim of establishing/strengthening Water Users Cooperative Societies (WUCS) is to promote Participatory Irrigation Management (PIM) for increasing water use efficiency and promote sustainable agricultural practices. Post modernization, it is planned to hand over management of canal system to WUCS.
- List of WUCS with contact details
- Details of the WUCS-Gram panchayat-wise
- WUCS-wise Membership and Contribution for one-time grant
- Canal Reach-wise Representation in WUCS Board
- Gondi WUCS Project Level Federation
- WUCS Sub committees and Women Representation
- Tax Deduction and Collection Account Number of WUCS
Basic Data of WUCS Command Area
The following table gives the WUCS-wise details of the command area, length of Field Irrigation Channel (FIC), and number of Pipe Outlets or Direct Pipe Outlets.
|S No.||Name of WUCS||Chainage(Km)||Total Command Area (Ha)||Total Length of FIC (Km)||No. of Distributaries||No. of POs/DPOs|
Details of the WUCS and the villages they cover under their Command Area. Twelve of the villages come under City Municipal Council (CMC) area of five WUCS. Thirty eight villages fall under eighteen Gram Panchayats as these are joint Gram Panchayats.
WUCS Performance Assessment
The performance assessment of the eleven(11) WUCS in the Gondi Irrigation System is monitored through baseline surveys. The first assessment carried out during September/October 2016 revealed that most of the WUCS were dormant. As of December 2017, five baseline assessments have been conducted. There is a significant progress seen against the 29 parameters framed to monitor performance of the WUCS. Most of the WUCS are now active. All the WUCS are implementing the Command Area Development (CAD) works involving lining of the Field Irrigation Channels and construction of cross drainage structures.