Sie sind auf Seite 1von 2


Strategies & Issues
(April 18-19, 2016)
Sponsored By
Ministry of Drinking Water & Sanitation
Government of India

Jointly Organized By

IWWA Department Of Civil Engineering U. P. Jal Nigam

Lucknow Centre MNNIT, ALLAHABAD Lucknow
Supported By

Sustainable Water Management in India: Strategies & Issues
Mr. Deepak Trivedi Mr. S. P. Singh, IAS Mr. N. K. Singh, IAS Prof. P. Chakrabarti Er. S. A. Ahmad Dr. H. C. Landge Er. P. K. Assudani
Principal Secretary Secretary Executive Director Director OSD to Hon'ble Minister President Managing Director
RD, GoUP UD, GoUP SWSM, GoUP MNNIT, Allahabad UD, GoUP IWWA, Mumbai UPJN, Lucknow

Ms. Sandhya Singh Prof. R. V. Saraf Er. D. P. Singh Prof. Vinod Tare Er. K. K. Agrawal Er. Ramesh Singh Er. J. A. Ansari
Director (Stat) Director (Technical) Retd. Chief Engineer, UPJN Dept. of Civil Engineering Team Leader, PMU Retd. Chief Engineer UPJN Technical Advisor
Min. of DW&S IWWA, Mumbai Tech. Adv. TEC Intnl, New Delhi IIT, Kanpur UD, GoUP Visiting Faculty, IIT- BHU UPSGRCA
GOI, New Delhi
Prof. A. K. Singh Er. P. K. Sinha Prof. R. C. Vaishya Er. B. K. Dubey
HOD, Civil Engineering Chief Engineer Department of Civil Engineering Hony. Secretary
MNNIT, Allahabad UPJN & Chairman MNNIT, Allahabad IWWA, Lucknow
Email: IWWA (Lucknow Centre) Mob. 9415305134 Mob. 9473942530
E-mail: E-mail:

Er. C. K. Tyagi Er. A.K. Saxena Er. A.K. Gupta Er. A.K. Rai Er. A. K. Singh Er. Jitesh Nigam
Chief Engineer Director General Manager General Manager Vice Chairman Hony. Treasurer
UPJN C&DS UPJN, Lucknow UPJN, Kanpur C&DS, Lucknow IWWA, Lucknow IWWA, Lucknow
Water is life. The looming water crisis facing the country is not primarily due to a The most important change we can make is in the way
lack of water, but rather arises from mismanagement of water resources. The worlds water is we think about, value, and manage our water. Reform
increasingly becoming degraded in quality, threatening the health of people and ecosystems is needed for the reduction of non-revenue water &
groundwater exploitation. We must consider
and increasing the cost of treatment. Some 780 million people around the globe still lack
wastewater as a resource, and looks at the water cycle
access to clean water and thousands perish daily for lack of it. Unsanitary conditions exist due
in a holistic way
to lack of sufficient water supply and groundwater & surface water contamination due to Sustainable water supplies are essential to the growth of
dumping of municipal solid waste in the cities at inappropriate places. Thus, the wastewater regional or local economic hubs. They are part and parcel of good
generated and contaminated drinking water is exerting a crippling toll on both health of local governance. Public private partnerships (PPP) are a key part of
human population and on the environment. Many endemic & water-borne diseases are national water supply strategies. The scope remains global and
frequent due to inefficient water supply facilities & wastewater discharges in water resources macroscopic, though there may be regional differences depending
such as Cholera, Hepatitis, Typhoid and Diarrhea. on the water sources available in a particular setting. What is
The centralized management paradigm has kept the citizens out and taken away considered sustainable in one location may be a challenge
their sense of responsibility towards managing their water. Most cities in India are water to sustainability elsewhere.
stressed, with no city having 24/7 water supply. The water problems stem from our failure to EXPERTS SOURCE
meet basic human needs, ineffective or inappropriate institutions & management, and
The key note speakers will be experienced academicians,
inadequacy in operation & maintenance of distribution system. These maladies are rooted in
consultants and Sr. Engineers from reputed institutions like IITs,
a wasteful use of water, characterized by poor management systems, improper economic
NITs, Ministry of Drinking Water and Sanitation and PHEDs. The
incentives, underinvestment, failure to apply existing technologies, lack of skilled professionals
working professionals and students may also be invited for the
and an obsolete mindset focused almost exclusively on developing new supplies.
expert lectures, paper presentations and experience sharing.
Accessing the Sustainability features in water management, the three-fold goals of
Submission of Full length paper restricted to six pages with
economic feasibility, social responsibility and environmental integrity, is linked to the purpose single spacing & margins of 1.25 on left & 1 on the three other
sides - By 31st March 2016 to Prof. R C Vaishya at
of water distribution, wastewater treatment & its reuse and recycling. Sustainable water or
supply is a component of integrated water supply management, the practice of bringing
together multiple stakeholders with various viewpoints in order to determine how water
The TA/DA of 2nd/3rd AC will be provided to the paper presenters
distribution should best be managed & sustained with respect to urban & rural areas.
as per entitlement subject to the production of original tickets.

A two day National Workshop is going to be organized by the Department of Civil Engineering, MNNIT, Allahabad along with Uttar Pradesh Jal
Nigam, Lucknow and Indian Water Works Association (Lucknow Centre) to create awareness among participants, stakeholders, technocrats & policy
planners about the Sustainable Water Management in India and its associated strategies & issues.,
1. Status of the water supply system in India & Lucknow is the capital city of the state of Uttar Pradesh, India. The city was established in 1775 as the Nawab
Community perception with regards to of Awadh moved his capital from Faizabad to Lucknow. It is the administrative headquarters of the
sustainability eponymous District and Division. It is known for its Dusshehri mangoes which are exported to many counters.
2. Present Water source, its characteristics,
Major industries in Lucknow urban agglomeration includes Aeronautics, Machine tools, Distillery and
treatment & distribution approaches in
Chikankari which is a world fame embroidery style. Places of historical importance are Bara Imambara, Rumi
urban and rural India
Darwaza, Chota Imambara, Residency, La-martiniere college & Zoo which is commonly known as Banarasi
3. Decentralized approach for sustainable water
Bagh. It is an important centre of government, education, commerce, aerospace, finance, pharmaceuticals,
supply management
technology, design, culture, tourism, music and poetry.
4. Wastewater Collection, Treatment, Reuse &
5. Groundwater & Surface water contamination ABOUT THE ORGANISERS
due to Municipal solid waste The Indian Water Works Association (IWWA) is a voluntary body of professionals like public health
6. Management of Water Supply in rural areas engineers, academicians, scientists, contractors and consultants working in the field of water supply and
7. Water Quality Surveillance & treatment in sewerage. IWWA was founded in 1968 with headquarters at Mumbai and has 32 Centres spread across the
rural and urban areas country and is very active in conducting different activities in the areas of water supply and wastewater
8. Discussion on varied management measures
treatment and disposal. Lucknow centre of IWWA was opened on 5th June, 1987 covering entire state of UP.
and their applicability under local conditions
9. Communication, participation and education The Uttar Pradesh Jal Nigam was constituted by the State Government in the year 1975 which came into
strategies for better planning existence with effect from 18th June 1975. The basic objective of creating this corporation is development and
10. Institutional and regulatory framework regulation of water supply & sewerage services and for matters connected therewith.
(Local and Central regulation) The Department of Civil Engineering at MNNIT Allahabad was established in 1961. Since inception, it has
11. Capacity Building of all Stakeholders in Water shown commitment to quality and excellence in academic pursuits. The Environmental Engineering Section of
Management the Department is fully dedicated to the workshop with their well- qualified faculty along with M.Tech. & Ph.D.
12. Ways & means to preserve/protect water
(Civil) Environmental Engineering students.
resources for future generation
13. Water Resources Vulnerability Assessment to VENUE: Visvesvaraya Bhawan, PWD, Lucknow in front of Governors House
decide limit to the growth REGISTRATION FEES All kind of contributions in the form of Demand
14. Case studies presentation and sharing of Students/IWWA Members Rs. 500 draft/ Cheque should be drawn in the favour of
knowledge and experiences by experts Others Rs. 1000 Indian Water Works Association, Lucknow
payable at Lucknow. Registration fee &
WHO CAN ATTEND THE WORKSHOP contributions may also be transferred
The workshop is designed for all professionals working in the academic field and middle level professionals directly/electronically through NEFT/RTGS on the
working in the areas of water supply management. These professionals may be Engineers from PHED, UPJN, following details:
Master Trainers like Village Development Officers (VDOs), representatives of NGOs, policy planners working in A/c name: Indian Water Works Association
these areas. Academicians & researchers working in the Department of Civil Engineering or other related A/c number: 84801010000010
IFSC No.: SYNB0008480
departments in various Government Engineering Institutions and students are also invited to attend the
Bank & Branch: Syndicate Bank, UP Jal Nigam,
workshop and present their research findings. Spot registration will be at 9:00 AM onwards on 18th April 2016. 6, Rana Pratap Marg, Lucknow- 226001