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Water Resource Development

27
Aug
2018

27-08-2018 9:00 am - 31-08-2018 5:00 pm
Rs.29,500.00
INTRODUCTION
 
After the approval of the Detailed Project Report, the next step is the procurement to fix up the contracting agency for implementation of the project to the requirements specified including the quality.
Many of the problems in the Management and Administration of Contracts arise from the attitude of the owner’s engineers and the contractor towards each other and to the work. Though both the parties appreciate that they have a common objective of completing the work within the time specified and the rates quoted. It is imperative that during the implementation of the contract, both have to work towards fulfillment of the objectives.
It will be in the best interest of the project that the Contract Management is handled by the owner or the appropriate authority with tact and care without getting into unnecessary disputes with the contractor or allowing undue benefits or advantages to him. The whole process should be gone through under the provisions of the Indian Contract Act, 1872 (amended by Act No.4 of 2003) and The Arbitration & Conciliation Act 1996.
The price of good Contract Implementation is indeed Eternal Vigilance.
The quality is one of the three key factors, the other two being time and cost for any construction project.
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17
Sep
2018

17-09-2018 9:00 am - 21-09-2018
Rs.29,500.00

INTRODUCTION

According to ISO 9000 : 2000, Project is a unique process, consisting of a set of coordinated and controlled activities to achieve objectives conforming to specific requirements, within constraints of time, cost and resources. Project Management involves planning, organizing, monitoring, controlling and reporting of all aspects of a Project and the notification of all those involved in it to achieve the project objectives. The software applications are designed to assist project managers in effective project management The Software creates critical path schedules, which can be resource levelled. Resource (men, machinery and materials) can be shared between projects using a shared resource pool. Each resource can have its own calendar which defines on what days and in which shifts a resource is available. The Software also creates budget based on assignment work and resource rates. As resources are assigned to tasks and assignment work estimated, the Software calculates the cost which equals the work times the rate. This rolls up to the task level, then to any summary tasks and finally to the project level. The Software is extended with Project Server and Project Web Access. Project server stores data in a central database. Project Web Access allows the user to display and update this data over the Internet. Web Access allows authorized users to access a Project Server database across the Internet. It includes timesheets, graphical analysis of resource workloads and administrative tools. The Software recognizes different classes of users. These different classes of users can have different access levels to projects views and other data. Custom objects such as calendars, views, tables, filters, and fields are stored in an enterprise global database, which is shared by all the concerned users.

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24
Sep
2018

24-09-2018 9:00 am - 28-09-2018 5:00 pm
Rs.29,500.00

INTRODUCTION Enormous amounts have been spent on multi-purpose river valley projects throughout the length and breadth of the country since independence. The dams built in the country, by and large, have been performing well; but there were also a few failures. Because of this, surveillance, maintenance, and repair of dams and other major hydraulic structures throughout the country have been a matter of increasing concern. The safety of these vulnerable structures is a prime concern not only from the point of benefits that are accruing from them but also from the point of enormous destruction to life and property such failures lead to. These structures, many of them constructed fifty to sixty years ago, have borne the brunt of many maximum peak forces but some have started showing signs of distress. Evidently, all these structures are to be evaluated and upgraded in the light of aging and present day technical knowledge, so that they continue to serve their purposes. Conducting tests for understanding the problems/distress in these structures is a technique by itself and the country cannot afford to remain neglecting in this regard. According to the National Water Policy, “There should be proper Organisational arrangements at the national and state levels for ensuring the safety of storage dams and other water-related structures consisting of specialists in the investigation, design, construction, hydrology, geology, etc. A dam safety legislation is required to ensure proper inspection, maintenance, and surveillance of existing dams and also for the safety of new dams. The Guidelines on the subject should be periodically updated and reformulated. There should be a system of continuous surveillance and regular visits by experts”.

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08
Oct
2018

08-10-2018 9:00 am - 11-10-2018 5:00 pm
Rs.23,600.00

INTRODUCTION To derive the maximum benefit from any Water Resources Project, regulated releases of Water from the reservoir and optimum utilization of such water are of utmost importance. Hydraulic Gates and handling equipment like hoists form the vital components for controlling the discharges through the dam, canals, tunnels, penstocks and outlets. The most important aspects related to the selection of suitable type of gates and their hoisting mechanism based upon the purpose and location include their design and drawings, manufacture & fabrication, testing in factory / field workshop, Transportation to the site of Installation, Erection at the site in a defined sequence and field testing (no-load and full load, or dry and wet testing). Besides, the operation of the gates as per the system requirements and scheduled maintenance as per supplier’s recommendations also form critical steps. For systematic O&M, it is also essential to have a Comprehensive Manual. The O&M staff should not only be conversant with the contents of the Manual but should also be trained suitably for the job so as to ensure safe operation and effective maintenance of the gates and hoists, in accordance with the requirements and situation.

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23
Oct
2018

23-10-2018 9:00 am - 26-10-2018 5:00 pm
Rs.23,600.00

INTRODUCTION India developed extensive irrigation infrastructure bringing more than 110 million hectares of land under irrigation in the form minor, medium and major irrigation systems. But the irrigation efficiencies of these systems are low in the range of 25 to 35 percent only due to huge amount of losses during conveyance, distribution and application of water to the fields. One of the main reasons is ineffective management and also not employing the latest knowledge, skills and tools in the irrigation water management. Increasing population and finite water resource demand more judicious use of water and experts identified the need for canal automation to improve the overall water use efficiency. The advantages of automation are not limited to savings in operation cost and water but it also alleviates the risk of water logging and salinization. Automation also increases the reliability and accuracy of water distribution and also make it possible to accurately know the volume of water delivered to group of farmers or even to individual farmers. This also paves the way for introduction of volumetric allocation of water and inturn leads to the equitable distribution of irrigation water. Indian irrigation systems have to go a long way in adopting the CANAL AUTOMATION.

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