by Dept. of Agricultural Economics, Bangladesh Agricultural University in Mymensingh .
Written in English
|Statement||Sayed Md. Munzur Murshed, Mirza Altaf Hossain.|
|Series||Production economics and farm management research report ;, no. 17|
|Contributions||Hossain, Mirza Altaf, joint author.|
|LC Classifications||HD1741.B35 M87|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||38 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||38|
|LC Control Number||78901055|
Ahmed and Sampath () estimated the welfare loss due to monopoly in the tubewell irrigation water market in Bangladesh. In this context, the efficacy of landless irrigation groups was evaluated. Results of a field investigation on 10 selected deep tubewell irrigation systems in Bangladesh are presented. Development and application of a service area model to predict the impact of various improvement options are also : M. M. Miah, Robert W. Hill. Water Saving Techniques Through Improved Water Distribution System in Deep Tubewell Area of Bangladesh Article in Journal of Biological Sciences March with . The district of Cooch Behar basically has an agrarian economy facilitated by several types of irrigation system. In the present attempt the role of Deep Tube Well (DTW) has been dealt with an objective of assessing its role on cropping intensity.
ABSTRACT This study examines the profitability of deep tubewell (DM and shallow tubewell (STW) projects in the Tangail District in Bangladesh from the viewpoints of participating farmers, managers and society. The appraisal is based on the actual rather than planned levels of utilisation. The Narail Sub-project is a large flood control and drainage (FCD) project in the southwest region of Bangladesh. The productivity of the area is constrained with the hazards like flood, drought, drainage congestion, salinity intrusion and lack of irrigation : Senior Scientific Officer, Irrigation . At Appraisal At Project Completion (November ) (December ) Tk = $ $ command area development DPO – deputy project officer DTW – deep tubewell EA – executing agency EIRR – economic internal rate of return FO – field organizer ha – hectare IGA – income-generating activity IMP – irrigation management program. Some areas of the coastal region of Bangladesh is very suitable for construction of deep tubewell. Department of Public Health Engineering has sunk a total of 81, deep tubewell mainly in the coastal area to provide safe water to million people (DPHE,).
Water scarcity is an acute problem for a monsoon-dependent country such as India, since a large part of its farm output, income, and employment emanates from a relatively small irrigated area. How. Irrigation Development in Bangladesh: An Overview 8 Impact of Irrigation on Productivity, Income and Poverty: An Overview 10 Performance of Irrigation Systems: Implications for the Poor 13 Part 2 — Institutional Arrangements for Irrigation Management in Bangladesh Up to s, traditional means of irrigation, e.g. swing baskets and dons were the only irrigation systems in Bangladesh. In the early s, the modern technologies, e.g. shallow tube wells, deep tube wells have been introduced to meet the increasing food . Bangladesh Economic Review, Bangladesh Economic Survey, , Finance Division, Ministry of Finance, Government of Bangladesh, Dhaka, Bangladesh, [ 10 ] A. Zahid and S. R. U. Ahmed, “Groundwater resources development in Bangladesh: Contribution to irrigation for food security and constraints to sustainability,” Groundwater Governance.