Water Governance and Management in India - Issues and Perspectives, Volume 1
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Local governance and water management: Maximising availability through people-led initiatives.- Multi-stakeholder engagement in river basin management plan development: Experience from River Ramganga.- Inter-state water conflicts and its influence on transboundary water interactions: A case study of Brahmaputra River basin.- Decoding empowerment through participation in India: The case of women and waterscapes.- Pursuing water management & security through hydropower development – Issues & challenges.- Integrated development of reservoirs and unified control for efficient flood moderation in Ganga and Brahmaputra basins.- Addressing drought devastation through policies and practices for prevention, mitigation and management.
An effective guide for researchers, policy makers and stakeholders for the knowledge and ideas contained
Provides well-researched insights into the underlying scientific principles and considerations towards attaining an equitable water resources regime
Ashwin B Pandya is the Secretary-General of International Commission on Irrigation & Drainage (ICID). An M Tech in Structural Engineering from IIT-Delhi, Pandya has been a former Chairman of Central Water Commission. In his long distinguished career encompassing all aspects of water resources sector, Pandya has provided mentorship and led the large water resources engineering community towards a sustainable and rational development regime. Pandya has been engaged with several state governments, many countries and the World Bank in various capacities and is an advisor to the Indian Government on several flagship projects.