About Us



The Rengali Irrigation Project, Phase-II (RIP-II) is a part of the Government of Odisha’s Rengali Multipurpose Project that aims at maximizing what can be benefited from tapping Brahmani River water towards amelioration of the community to the ayacut area of the project.

Supported by JICA under Loan Agreement No. ID-P244, between JICA and the President of India, the Project is executed by the Department of Water Resources (DoWR) of the State Government of Odisha and implemented by the Project Management Unit (PMU) headed by Chief Engineer, JICA Project, Brahmani Left Basin (CE), stationed at Sukinda in Jajpur district of Odisha.

Aerial View of Office  and Campus of the Project Management Unit & Office of Chief Engineer, JICA Project, Brahmani Left Basin, Sukinda

 

Roster of Chief Engineers of Office of Project Management Unit

  • Er. Kshitish KU. Dash – 20/08/2013 to 30/04/2015
  • Er. Gyana Rajan Mohanty – 01/05/2015 to 02/11/2016
  • Er. Kabi Prasaad Mishra – 03/11/2016 to 15/03/2018
  • Er. Pitambar Panda – 16/03/2018 to Continuing

The PMU is supported by the Project Management Consultant (PMC), a consortium of three (3) consulting firms, namely;

  • Nippon Koei Co., Ltd., (Lead Firm)
  • Nippon Koei India Pvt. Ltd., and
  • Wapcos India Ltd.
Our Vision

An improved living standard and socio-economic development of The inhabitants of the project ayacut area in Dhenkanal, Keonjhar, and Jajpur Districts of Odisha through increased agricultural production and increases in income, realised from judicious use of irrigation water.

Mission

Our mission is

to construct functional and cost-effective irrigation system through timely, quality and cost-effective construction of irrigation infrastructure; and

to establish a sustainable irrigation participatory management system by the user following improved farming techniques.

Project Background

Rengali Multi Purpose Project has been commissioned with the following objectives:

      • Flood Control in the deltaic region of the River Brahmani,
      • Generation of Hydro-power, and
      • Irrigation
      • Industrial and Municipal Water Supply

      The project consists of 2 stages:

      • Stage 1: Construction and Commissioning of Rengali Dam, the Power House, and the Samal Barrage
      • Stage 2: Provision of Irrigation from right bank and at left bank canals emanating from Samal Barrage.

      Stage 1 is funded by the Government of India (GoI), Stage 2 is funded by Government of India (GoI), with the support of the World Bank (WB) and OECF Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA).

      Stage Irrigation Canals Length of Canal (in km) CCA (in ha) Funding Source
      Stage 2, Irrigation Right Bank Canal (RBC) 95 104,092 AIBP of Government of India (GOI)
      RBC-I RD 0 km to 79 km 79 20,600 AIBP of Government of India (GOI)
      RBC-II RD 79 km to 95 km 16 83,492 AIBP of Government of India (GOI)
      Left Bank Canal (LBC) 141 114,300
      LBC-I RD 0 km to 29.177 km 29.177 12,157 GOI with financial assistance of WB
      LBC-II, Phase 1 RD 29.177 km to 71.313 km 42.136 29,176 GOI with financial assistance of OECF
      LBC-II, Phase 2 RD 71.313 km to 100.490 km 29.177 Assistance of JICA
      LBC-II, Phase 2 RD 100.490 km to 123.500 km 23.010 39,416 Assistance of JICA
      LBC-II, Phase 2 RD 123.500 km to 141.000 km 17.500 33,551 To be decided later

       

      Rengali Irrigation Project Phase-II – part of the Rengali Multipurpose Project

       

      Status of completion of the structures are as follows:

       

      Stage Structures Status of Compilation
      Stage 1 Rengali Dam with 3.414 mcm storage Completed in 1985, last unit commissioned in 1992
      Power House installed capacity of 250 MW
      Samal Barrage Completed in 1994
      Stage 2, Irrigation Right Bank Canal (RBC)
          RBC-I RD 0 km to 79 km Completed, Up taking Right side of Samal Barrage along with canal
          RBC-II RD 79 km to 95 km Under progress
      Left Bank Canal (LBC)
          LBC-I RD 0km to 29.177 km Completed in 2004
          LBC-II, Phase 1 RD 29.177 km to 71.313 km Completed in 2012
          LBC-II, Phase 2 RD 71.313 km to 123.500 km Completion in 2023
          LBC-II, Phase 2 RD 123.500 km to 141.000 km Not initiated