Irrigation

India is a land blessed with water resources. India is also home to many big irrigation and river valley projects. The need to harness it and distribute it effectively makes the whole point of establishing a well-planned irrigation infrastructure. An irrigation project serves best to grow a better landscape in the agricultural parlance and scope. It enables areas with naturally less advantage on the water availability front to fetch water and develop its agricultural capacity. Everest Infra can conduct irrigation projects that includes construction of water supply facilities, canals, water circulation systems and more. These projects being of utmost relevance, being the backbone of the agricultural scenario of India, places the company at a position of huge responsibility it is passionate and able to handle..

Canal systems, wells, ponds and tanks are the sources of water that needs different types of infrastructure to maintain and utilize productively. Bigger structures like dams are assisted by well established water channeling systems and thus effects a good system of irrigation. The importance of making sustainable solutions in this type of projects is high, and contributes to the very base of extensive agricultural activity for which the country has high potential. A well executed irrigation project can serve as the backbone of the agricultural system of the area.

Everest Infra has the resources and capability to work on such projects and is even proud of being a provider to this type of projects with great relevance in the national perspective. In view of the new initiatives in the direction of establishing water grids and irrigation systems by Telengana government, the company sees great opportunities ahead.

This is evident from the following developments;

  • The Telangana government’s proposal to build a water grid that would meet the drinking water needs of all the towns and villages besides the requirements of the industry in the state.
  • A total of 126,000-km of water pipeline, including the main trunk line, secondary network and the distribution lines, is proposed to be built as part of the project coupled with the water grid is also a policy of giving tapped water supply to houses in the state.
  • The government’s proposal to divert huge amount of water from Krishna and Godavari basins and about 80 tmc of water was estimated to be required for meeting the needs of the entire state, excluding the capital city, according to the chief minister’s office.
  • The Palamuru lift irrigation scheme is intended to divert 70 TMCFT of Jurala flood waters to Mahbubnagar, Ranga Reddy and Nalgonda districts. According to preliminary estimates, the Palamuru LI project will provide water to seven lakh acres in Mahbubnagar district, 2.70 lakh acres in Ranga Reddy and 30,000 acres in Nalgonda district.
  • The Jurala-Pakala project is intended to stabilise the ayacut currently under various tanks in Mahbubnagar, Nalgonda and Warangal districts. Water will be diverted from Jurala in Mahbubnagar district to Pakala in Warangal district. The Jurala-Pakala canal is intended to fill around 400 tanks en route. Around 60 to 70 tmcft of water will be diverted from Jurala to Pakala by gravity.