Government of Odisha intends to launch a new scheme for exploitation of ground water resources through construction of deep bore wells in hard rock areas of the State with a view to augment irrigation potential mostly in blocks which have less than 35% irrigation, it is proposed to install around 4,000 nos. of bore well projects each with in ayacut of approximately 2 ha.

These rules may be called the Orissa Irrigation (Amendment) Rules, 2010. They shall come into force on the date of their publication in the Orissa Gazette.

This document reports provides an action plan to implement water reforms in Orissa to address the imminent water challenges of the state. The report provides an overview of the water challenges of Orissa which include growing competition for water resources from industrial and urban development, in a variable hydrological environment.

These rules may be called Orissa Biological Diversity Rules, 2010. They shall come into force on the date of their publication in the Orissa Gazette.

Utilisation of grants released by the 13th Finance Commission - General guidelines. Letter from Chief Secretary, Orissa to all collectors.

The broad objectives of Check Dams (In-stream Storage Structures) are : To provide drinking water facilities in the villages along both the sides of the river after monsoon period; Ground Water recharge; To provide incidental irrigation during late Khariff and Rabi by storing water at the end of monsoon mainly through lifting devices; Irrigation use of water flowing down drainage channels; To dive

Environmental pollution in industrial clusters is a national issue particularly in a period which is witnessing a rapid industrial growth. The environmental problem in a cluster is a complex multi-dimensional problem which is often difficult to measure and manage. In order to address such complex problem Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) developed a

This draft action plan on climate change by the Orissa government proposes strategies to move towards as a carbon conscious and climate resilient state. It envisages an outlay of around Rs 17,000 crore in 11 key sectors over the next five years and with this, Orissa is the first state to have formulated the Climate Change Action Plan.

This document addresses three of the four Biodiversity Conservation Components in terms of providing policy and methodological guidance on eco-development, including ecotourism, and mitigation of humanwildlife conflicts. This is complemented by a conceptual framework and action plan for their

This policy is intended to help in rejuvenating the agriculture sector of Orissa and bringing lasting improvement in the economic condition of the farmers. An integrated implementation of the intentions of the Government would definitely achieve the targeted annual growth rate of 4 per cent during the Eleventh Five Year Plan and ensure food and nutritional security to all the citizens of the State.