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particulars of its organization, functions and duties;
Institute of Water Management (formerly Directorate of Water Management)
was established by the Indian Council of Agricultural Research on 12th
May 1988. The Institute aims to develop improved water management technologies
for sustainable agricultural production and disseminate it amongst researchers,
government functionaries, NGOs and farmers. The centre is located at
Chandrasekharpur, Bhubaneswar on a 5.71 ha of land along with its main
office-cum-laboratory building, guest house and residential complex. Research
farm of the Institute (63.71 ha of farm land) is located at Deras,
Mendhasal which is at 30 km away from main campus
Sustainable development of water management technologies for enhanced water and agricultural productivities and improved livelihoods.
Basic, applied and strategic research activities to address diversified water management issues with institutional linkages, infrastructural support and capacity building to achieve sustainability and growth.
· Strategies for efficient management of on-farm water resources for sustainable agricultural productivity.
· Coordinate research for generating location-specific technologies for efficient use of water resources.
· Centre for training in agricultural water management.
utilization, management and conservation of on-farm water resources for
sustainable agricultural production; significant reduction in the use of
irrigation water per unit irrigated area; excess water management in
agricultural lands; development of sustainable cropping system in relation to
the availability of water, devising multiple uses of water in agricultural
production programmes to enhance water productivity; reuse of poor quality
groundwater, and industrial and municipal waste waters; minimizing risk as well
as contaminations and further degradation of soil and water resources; disseminating
technologies through participation in national and international for a and
creating awareness and demonstrating evolved technologies.
ICAR-Indian Institute of Water Management conducts its research activities in the field of agricultural water management through five Research Programmes as follows:
· Rainwater Management Programme
Canal water Management
Onfarm-research and Transfer of Technology
The ICAR-Indian Institute of Water Management, Bhubaneswar also coordinates the research activities of its AICRP centres on Irrigation Water Management.
Infrastructure and Logistics
Administrative Block & Committee Room
& Conference Hall
Irrigation and drainage laboratory
Soil-water-plant relationship laboratory
Agricultural Knowledge Management Unit/ ARIS Cell
Statistical Computing Hub
and duties of its officers and employees
ICAR-Indian Institute of Water Management is a Unit of the Indian
Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR). Director of the Institute shall
exercise such powers for their functioning as are delegated by the Governing
Body or any authority of the ICAR.
(iii) The procedure followed in the decision making process, including channels of supervision and accountability
The norms set by it for the
discharge of its functions;
The norms as set by the Government of India/ ICAR Headquarters, New Delhi as a whole are followed.
regulations, instructions, manuals and records, held by its
under its control or used by its employees for discharging its functions
The Institute functions
on the rules/regulations prescribed by ICAR from time to time. Manuals/records
as required/generated are followed/maintained like Service Books/Personal files
of all staff, stock registers/ asset registers/pay bill registers/Main cash book/subsidiary
cash books/equipment log books/attendance registers/visitors books/Money
Receipt book/ File movement registers/Diary and dispatch registers etc.
A statement of the
categories of documents that are held by it or under its control
Documents of different
categories as per manual/records pertaining to (v) above are maintained/held by
particulars of any arrangement that exists for consultation with, or
representation by, the members of the public in relation to the formulation of
its policy or implementation thereof
The institute is guided and supported by Institute Management Committee
(IMC) and Research Advisory Committee (RAC).
Both the IMC and RAC have two members in its
composition who are drawn from the public, who take active part in the
deliberations and decisions of these committees. The IMC guides and supports
the institute by periodic review of programmes and approval of investments in
new areas of research and training programmes. The Research
Advisory Committee (RAC) and Institute Research
Committee (IRC) provide broad guidelines and assist in developing and
implementing specific research programmes and projects.
of the boards, councils, committees and other bodies consisting of two or more
persons constituted as its part or for the purpose of its advice, and as to
whether meetings of those boards, councils, committees and other bodies are
open to the public, or the minutes of such meetings are accessible for public
The IMC, RAC, and IRC are the committees,
which help the institute in guiding and implementing its various programmes and
activities. The Composition of these committees is as per the guidelines
prescribed by ICAR Headquarters, New Delhi. The
proceedings of IMC, RAC, IRC, are available. The
other committees for smooth functioning of the Institute are as follows:
a) Works Committee
Lawn & Garden
Price fixation and disposal of farm produce committee
Security, Estate and
Guest House Management Committee
and Evaluation Unit (PMEU)
n) Institute Technology Management Unit & IPR
ARIS and Information Technology
The meetings of the above committees
are not open to public but the minutes of the meeting are accessible to the
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remuneration received by each of its officers and employees, including the
system of compensation as provided in its regulations
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remuneration of staff are sent directly to the bank
for depositing in individual accounts.
allocated to each of its agency, indicating the particulars of all plans,
proposed expenditures and reports on disbursements made
The manner of
execution of subsidy programmes, including the amounts allocated and the
details of beneficiaries of such programmes
(xiii) Particulars of recipients of concessions, permits or authorizations granted by it,
respect of the information, available to or held by it, reduced in an
ICAR-IIWM Internet / Website
Latest Summary Research Report
Books & Training Manual
particulars of facilities available to citizens for obtaining information
including the working hours of a library or reading room, if maintained for
The information about the various details of the institute are put up on the ICAR-IIWM website, http://www.iiwm.res.in/
This information, put up on the web, is accessible to the public.
The library of
the institute is kept open from 9.30 hrs to 17:00 hrs.
designation and other particulars of the public Information Officers
Central Public Information Officer
Assistant Central Public Information
Dr. A.K. Nayak
Mr. J. Nayak
Pr. Scientist & Administrative Officer (Incharge)
ICAR-Indian Institute of Water
ICAR-Indian Institute of Water
Chandrasekharpur, Opp. Rail Vihar
Chandrasekharpur, Opp. Rail Vihar
Phone No: 0674-2300010/16
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ICAR-INDIAN INSTITUTE OF WATER MANAGEMENT
(Indian Council of Agricultural Research)
Opp. Rail Vihar, Chandrasekharpur
Bhubaneswar - 751023, Odisha, India
0674- 2300060 (Director)