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Project Name
Bateshwarsthan Pump Canal Scheme
Project Brief
The Bateshwarsthan Ganga pump canal scheme is an interstate project. The head works of this scheme is situated in Bihar state. In this project, water for irrigation is proposed to be lifted by high capacity, electrically driven pumps to be installed on river Ganga near village Sheikhpura. The main canal of the schemes enters at 14.36 km in Jharkhand & reenters Bihar at 45.73 km.
Sector
Water Sanitation
Sub-Sector
Irrigation (dams, channels, embankments, etc.)
Project Capacity
12076.0 Acres
Location The geographical location of the project
Multi State/ Centre
Project Status
Completed
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Government
Any Other Information Any other relevant information for the project
Not Available

Name Of Authority Name of the government agency that is the implementing authority for the project
Name Of Authority
Water Resources Department, Jharkhand
Project Contractor Name of the concessionaire executing the project along with contact details such as name of the person, address, email, phone, fax, etc.
Name Of Contractor
Hardev Construction Private Limited
Project Timelines
Date Of Award Of Project The date on which the work order/notice to proceed was issued by the project authority to the developer
15-Jan-2011
Date Of Project Completion(Actual)
03-Dec-2019
Date Of Project Completion(as per Contract)
31-Dec-2019
Project Cost
Project Cost (as per Contract) in Rs Crore
100.31
Project Cost (Revised) in Rs Crore The project cost, if different from the cost as per original estimates
Not Available
Project Cost(Actual) in Rs Crore Actual cost of the project
Not Available
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