Management(CAD&WM) Programme in 2004. The Programme is being implemented pari-passu
      with Accelerated Irrigation Benefits Programme (AIBP) during the XII Five Year Plan. The
      programme is under implementationas a sub-component of Har Khet Ko Pani (HKKP)
      component of Pradhan Mantri Krishi Sinchai Yojana (PMKSY) - from 2015-16 onwards. The
      ongoing CADWM programme has been restricted to the implementation of CAD works of 99
      prioritized AIBP projects from 2016-17 onwards. The activities covered under CAD component
      are broadly categorized as ‘Structural’ and ‘Non-Structural’ interventions as detailed here:
            (a) structural intervention: includes survey, planning, design and execution of: (i) on-farm
      Development (OFD) works; (ii) construction of field, intermediate and link drains; (iii)
      correction of system deficiencies; and (iv) reclamation of waterlogged areas.
            (b) non-structural intervention: includes activities directed at strengthening of Participatory
      Irrigation Management (PIM): (i) one time functional grant to the registered water users’
      associations (WUAs); (ii) one time Infrastructure Grant to the registered WUAs; (iii)trainings,
      demonstration, and adaptive trials with respect to water use efficiency, increased productivity,
      and sustainable irrigation participatory environment.
            To promote water use efficiency in irrigation, financial assistance is provided to the states
      for development of infrastructure for micro-irrigation to facilitate use of sprinkler / drip irrigation
      as an alternative to construction of field channels. At least 10 per cent CCA of each project is to
      be covered under micro-irrigation. Micro-irrigation infrastructure includes components of sump,
      pump, high-density polyethylene pipelines, and pertinent devices needed for bringing efficiency
      in water conveyance and field applications (through sprinklers, rain guns, pivots, etc). In case of
      micro-irrigation, other components such as land levelling, drainage works, etc., would be
      reduced, or entirely discarded; enabling certain cost savings which is expected to offset the
      higher cost of micro-irrigation infrastructure. The devices - such as sprinkler / rain gun/ drip sets,
      etc. - needed to be installed by individual farmers below farm outlets are not part of the micro-
      irrigation infrastructure. Farmers are expected to bear the cost of such devices or avail subsidies
      available in extant scheme of the Ministry of Agriculture.
      Participatory Irrigation Management
            The National Water Policy stresses participatory approach in water resource management. It
      has been recognized that participation of beneficiaries will help greatly in the optimal upkeep of
      irrigation system and effective utilization of irrigation water. The participation of farmers in the
      management of irrigation would include transfer responsibility for operation and maintenance
      and also collection of water charges to the Water Users’ Association in their respective
      jurisdiction. One time functional grant at ₹1,200/- per hectare to be shared by the centre, state
      and farmers in the ratio of 45:45:10 respectively is being paid to outlet level water users
      associations’ as incentive, the interest from which is to be used for maintenance.
      Flood Management
      Flood Management Schemes
            Devastation by floods is a recurrent annual phenomenon in India. Almost every year, some
      or the other part of the country is affected by floods. These cause enormous damage to life,
      property - public and private, and disruptions to infrastructure, besides psychological and
      emotional instability amongst the people. Rashtriya Barh Ayog (RBA) had in 1980, estimated