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WATER RESOURCES DEPARTMENT

GOVERNMENT OF MAHARASHTRA
MANTRALAYA,
MUMBAI 400 032
Web site : www.mahawrd.org
Email : Irrigation_CAD_DO_IMP@maharashtra.gov.in

PUBLIC NOTICE
Inviting comments/suggestions from the beneficiary public on Government of
Maharashtras bulk water tariff proposal for the three year period 2010 to 2013
framed as per the Final Criteria for Determination of Bulk Water Tariff in the
State of Maharashtra fixed by the Maharashtra Water Resources Regulatory
Authority (MWRRA) under Section 11(d) of the MWRRA Act, 2005.
1.

The WRM & CAD Department of the Govt of Maharashtra has submitted
to the MWRRA a draft bulk water tariff proposal for the three year period
2010 to 2013 prepared as per the Final Criteria for Bulk Water Tariff in the
State of Maharashtra fixed by the MWRRA under Section 11(d) of the
MWRRA Act, 2005 after ascertaining the views of the beneficiary public.

2.

The tariff proposals in brief are as below :


(i)
(ii)
(iii)
(iv)

agricultural area based tariff


Table 1(a)
agricultural volumetric tariff
Table 1(b)
agricultural tariff for private lift schemes ... Table 1(c)
domestic and industrial tariff
... Table 2.

3.

The detailed tariff proposal in English & Marathi comprising basic data,
estimation of tariff to various categories of users and
concessions/incentives/ penalties/disincentives as per Criteria will be
made available by 01/03/2011 in all the districts and sub-divisional offices
of the Water Resources Department. The address of these offices is
hosted on the website of the Department.

4.

The name, designation, address and contact number of the co-ordinating


officer for the district, viz. Superintending Engineer, are given below :

No

District

Sindhudurg

2.

Ratnagiri

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Name of the CoOrdinating Officer


(Shri)
S S Kalokhe

S S Waghmare

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Designation& Address

Contact
No.

Superintending Engineer, 02362South Konkan Irrigation 228563


Circle, Oros
Superintending Engineer, 02352-

3.

Raigad

A D Japalekar

4.

Thane

R D Shinde

5.

Pune

Avinash Surve

6.

Satara

K B Kulkarni

7.

Sangli

D M Sonvalkar

8.

Kolhapur

K H Ansari

9.

Solapur

B D Tonde

10.

Nashik

I S Choudhary

11.

Jalgaon

A S More

12.
&13

Dhule
& N L Savale
Nandurbar

14.

Ahmednagar

A P Kohirkar

15.

Buldhana

Rajendra Pawar

16.

Akola

R V Jaltare

17.

Washim

H A Dhangare

18.

Yavatmal

S D Salunke

19.

Amaravati

Shivkumar Giri

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Konkan Irrigation Circle,


Ratnagiri
Superintending Engineer
& Project Director, Khar
Land Development Circle,
Kopari Thane.
Superintending Engineer,
Thane Irrigation Circle
Kopri, Thane
Superintending Engineer,
Pune Irrigation Circle,
Pune
Superintending Engineer,
Satara Irrigation Project
Circle, Satara
Superintending Engineer,
Krishna-Koyna
Lift
Irrigation Project Circle,
Sangli
Superintending Engineer,
Kolhapur Irrigation Circle,
Kolhapur
Superintending Engineer
& Administrator CADA ,
Solapur
Superintending Engineer
& Administrator CADA ,
Nashik
Superintending Engineer,
Jalgaon Irrigation Project
Circle, Jalgaon
Superintending Engineer,
Nashik Irrigation Project
Circle, Dhule
Superintending Engineer
& Administrator CADA ,
Ahmednagar
Superintending Engineer,
Buldhana Irrigation Project
Circle, Buldhana
Superintending Engineer,
Akola Irrigation Circle,
Akola
Superintending Engineer,
Washim Irrigation Circle,
Washim
Superintending Engineer,
Yavatmal Irrigation Circle,
Yavatmal
Superintending Engineer,

228406
02225329887

02225329859
02026126941
02162244654
02332302526

02312651260
02172740661
02532577258
02572233031
02562276659
02412328086
07262243462
07242435330
07252231435
07232242135
0721-

20.

Wardha

D D Pohekar

21.

Nagpur

A M Ambadekar

22
& 23

Bhandara
Gondia

24 & Chandrapur
25
& Gadchiroli
26 & Nanded
27
Hingoli

& R N Thakare

Anil Bahadure

& R K Niturkar

28 & Aurangabad
29
& Parbhani

D D Tawar

30.

Jalana

A D Kokate

31.

Beed

R J Kamble

32.

Latur

B S Swami

33.

Osmanabad

A R Kamble

34 & Mumbai
35

S G Wadgaonve

Upper Wardha Project


Circle, Amaravati
Superintending Engineer,
Nagpur Irrigation Circle,
Nagpur
Superintending Engineer
& Administrator CADA ,
Nagpur
Superintending Engineer,
Gosikhurd Project Circle,
Nagpur
Superintending Engineer,
Chandrapur
Irrigation
Circle, Chandrapur
Superintending Engineer,
Nanded Irrigation Circle,
Nanded
Superintending Engineer
& Administrator CADA ,
Aurangabad
Superintending Engineer,
Aurangabad
Irrigation
Circle, Aurangabad
Superintending Engineer
& Administrator CADA ,
Beed
Superintending Engineer,
Beed Irrigation Project
Circle, Parali-Vaijnath
Superintending Engineer,
Osmanabad,
Irrigation
Circle, Osmanabad
Superintending Engineer,
North Konkan Irrigation
Project Circle,
Kalva,
Thane.

2662325
07122560234
07122432733
07122564182
07172255188
02462262460
02402331098
02402331280
02442222652
02446223312
02472227213
02225408778

He may also be contacted for obtaining addresses of the sub-divisional


offices at taluka level where detailed tariff proposal is available.
5.

The detailed draft tariff proposal is available at Taluka level for reading
purpose only. Interested persons seeking further details or part thereoff
of this tariff proposal shall have the copies of the same, on request and
payment of cost towards xerox.

6.

The detailed tariff proposal is also available on the website of the


Department and the website of the MWRRA (www.mwrra.org) in
downloadable format (free of cost).

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7.

Comments/suggestions of the beneficiary public viz. bulk water users like


Water User Associations, domestic water utilities, industrial users,
individual bulk users having agreement with the Department and any
registered organization representing officially the interest of any of the
above may be sent by post by 31/03/2011 to :
Shri P. G. Mandade
Under Secretary (WRM & CAD)
Water Resources Department
Government of Maharashtra
Mantralaya, Mumbai-400 032

8.

WRD will forward to the MWRRA each comment/suggestion of the


beneficiary together with its response by 25/04/2011 for consideration by
the Authority before issue of tariff orders.

Shri S. D. Kulkarni
Deputy Secretary
Water Resources Department
Government of Maharashtra
Mantralaya, Mumbai-400 032

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Table 1 (a)
Agricultural Tariff - Area Based Rates
Rs. /ha
Sr.
No.

1.
2.
3.
4.

5.
6.
7.

8.

9.

10.
11.
12.
13.
14.

Crop
Kharif
Cereals &
other kharif
Groundnut
Vegetables
& Onion
Paddy
Rabi
Vegetables
Wheat
Other rabi
Two
Seasonal
Chilli,
Ginger, Tur
Cotton
Hot Weather
Vegetable
Groundnut
Paddy
Perennial
Sugarcane,
Banana
Horticulture

Proposed Tariff
Hot
Kharif Rabi
Weather

Remarks

Existing Tariff
as per GR of
2003

240

288

350

700

600

Rate for rabi


watering
-

476 & 724 for


rabi watering
724

240

480

236 contract,
476 demand

1200
470
350

1081
476
357

120

240

360

450

900

1350

1800
1050
720

2697
1438
724

1050

2100

3140

Total 6290

6297

790

1580

2350

Total 4720

6297

605 (rabi+ H.W.)


119 (late kharif
watering)
724 (kh + rabi)
1438 (HW)

Note :
1. Full rate in each season will be charged only if more than two rotations are
taken. For one or two rotations, 1/4th applicable rate per rotation will be charged.
2. For Vidarbha, where agreements exist for Kharif paddy, 50% of applicable
rate will be levied.
3. For other clarification, see detailed tariff proposal.

4. Procedure for fixing project wise tariff for government owned lift schemes will
be as given in Annex 2 (B) of Criteria.
5. The above rates do not include local cess.
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Table 1 (b)

Agricultural Tariff - Volumetric rates

Sr.
No.

Season

1.

Rate (Paise / m3)


Paddy

Other crops

Kharif

2.

Rabi

3.

Hot Weather

12

Note :
The above rates do not include local cess.

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Table 1 (c)
Agricultural Tariff - Private Lift Schemes
Rs./ha.
Sugarcane &
Banana

Sr.
No.
1

Assured Water Supply


Major/Medium reservoir/storage tank without canal/

Other crops

Flow

Drip

Flow

Drip

Kharif

Rabi

Hot
weather

1500

1150

1150

860

85

120

240

1150

860

860

650

40

60

120

750

580

580

430

35

35

60

500

380

380

290

-Nil-

20

20

Regulated Water Supply with Transmission Loss


Regulated river portion below dam/canal lift / K.T.
weir with back up reservoir / tail race from reservoir

Partly Assured Water Supply


Minor reservoir with canal / K.T. weir without back up
reservoir/ unregulated rivers without even any K.T.
weir or in unregulated river portion flowing within a
command area where there is no bandhara or K.T.
weir

Reservoir Constructed by the Water User Entity /


User Entity Shared Proportional cost
Water user agency has shared proportional cost of
infrastructure or constructed dam/ bandhara/ katcha
bandhara/ K.T. weir at own cost

Note :
1) Transmission losses to be borne by Service Provider
2) The above rates do not include local cess.
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Table 2
Domestic & Industrial Tariff
Rs./10 m3
Domestic

Sr.
No.

Assured Water Supply


Major/Medium reservoir/storage tank without canal/

*2

Urban
Local Body

Municipal
Corporation

Process

Raw
material

1.32

1.58

2.10

32

160

2.64

3.15

4.20

64

320

0.67

0.79

1.05

16

80

0.44

0.53

0.70

10.7

53.5

Partly Assured Water Supply


Minor reservoir with canal / K.T. weir without back up
reservoir/ unregulated rivers without even any K.T. weir
or in unregulated river portion flowing within a command
area where there is no bandhara or K.T. weir

Reservoir Constructed by the Water User Entity /


User Entity Shared Proportional cost
Water user agency has shared proportional cost of
infrastructure or constructed dam/bandhara/ katcha
bandhara/ K.T. weir at own cost

1)

Gram
Panchayat

Regulated Water Supply with Transmission Loss


Regulated river portion below dam/canal lift / K.T. weir
with back up reservoir / tail race from reservoir

Industrial

* = Transmission losses to be borne by Non-irrigation users.

2) The above rates do not include local cess.

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BULK WATER
TARIFF
PROPOSAL

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GOVERNMENT OF MAHARASHTRA
WATER RESOURCES DEPARTMENT
BULK WATER TARIFF PROPOSAL
1.0 Period of Proposal :1.1 This draft tariff proposal for the 3 year period 01.11.2010 to
30.06.2013 i.e. rabbi of 2010 to hot weather of 2013 except for Konkan
and Vidarbha where it will be applicable from 15.11.2010 to 30.06.2013.
2.0 Basis of Proposal :2.1 This proposal is prepared on the basis of the Final Criteria for
Determination of Bulk Water Tariff in the State fixed by the Maharashtra
Water Resources Regulatory Authority under the provisions of Section
11(d) of the MWRRA Act, 2005. The criteria was forwarded to Water
Resources Dept. by the Authority vide their letter No. MWRRA/2009/
Tariff Reg./528, dated 03.06.2010 inviting the draft tariff proposal from
the Department.
3.0 Period Considered for Projection:3.1 Projection of Irrigation potential and water use data for the period
2010-2013 has been done considering the actual data for the same for
the years 2005-2006, 2006-2007 and 2007-08. Data of 2008-09 was not
considered as it is still to the processed. For the Water year 2009-10,
which come to an end only on June, 2010 data is still under compilation
from various Circles.
4.0 Irrigation Data :4.1 During the period 2005-06 to 2007-08 the Irrigation details of the
State together with expected data for 2008-09, 2009-10 are as below :

Year

Irrigation
ICA created
Potential
(cumulative)
created
(cumulative)

Cumulative
Irrigated area
(Canal& Well)

(lakh.ha)
Balance
unirrigated
area (3) (4)

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

2005-06

40.03

32.02

22.14

9.88

2006-07

41.32

33.05

26.81

6.24

2007-08

43.31

34.64

27.64

7.00

2008-09

44.86

35.88

27.32

8.56

2009-10

46.46

37.16

27.82

9.34

Note :- ICA is 0.8 times of Irrigation Potential.


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5.0 Water Use Data :5.1 The total drawn by the three categories of users for each of the
three years viz. 2005-06, 2006-07 and 2007-08 from storage & lift from
River/ Canal/reservoir is as below :
(Mm3)
Total

Year

Agriculture

Domestic

Industry

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

2005-06

15564.49

2807.86

677.45

19049.80

2006-07

16497.87

2623.85

712.26

19833.98

2007-08

18097.7

3719.14

681.21

22498.05

5.2 In domestic water use, the sub-category wise water drawn as


percent of water drawn by that category for each year was as under :
(Percent of Total)
2007-08
Average

Sub-category

2005-06

2006-07

i) Rural/Gram Panchayat

10.8

8.8

10.0

9.9

ii) Urban Local body.

24.4

24.9

27.5

25.6

iii) Municipal Corporation.

64.8

66.3

62.5

64.5

100

100

100

100

Total-

Note - Category-wise & source-wise water use given in enclosed Annex1.


5.3 In Industry, the sub-category wise water drawn as percent of water
drawn by that category for each year was as under :

Sub-category
i) Use as raw material.
ii) Used as process.
Total-

2005-06

2006-07

(Percent of Total)
2007-08
Average

0.4

0.5

0.4

0.43

99.6

99.5

99.6

99.57

100

100

100

100

Note - Category-wise & source-wise water use given in enclosed Annex1.


5.4 In industrial use, the use by agro-Industries has been separately
assessed. Similarly the quantum of Industrial use recycled by some
Industries has also been assessed. Both there are presented as percent
of total water drawn in the 3 years as table below :
(Percent of Total)
2007-08 Average

Item.

2005-06

2006-07

i) Use by agro-Industries

10

11

17

12.7

ii) Quantum Recycled

2.6

1.5

2.4

2.2

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6.0 Water Tariff Levied :6.1 The bulk water tariff levied for the three categories of users for each
of the three years 2005-06, 2006-07 and 2007-08 is as below :
(Rs.lakhs)
Total

Year

Agriculture

Domestic

Industry

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

2005-06

6846.47

12464.67

20404.40

39751.54

2006-07

9791.42

11404.26

27308.25

48503.96

2007-08

11313.0

17180.80

32799.0

61292.80

Note :- Agriculture tariff includes well tariff which is now made free of
charge by State Government.
7.0 M & R Allocation :7.1 The actual M & R allocation made as each of the three years 200506, 2006-07 and 2007-08 was based on the earlier norms which were as
under :
Sr. No. Gated

Rs./ha.

i) Major Project

200

ii) Medium Project-

150

Ungated
iii) Major Project

150

iv) Medium Project-

125

v) Lift Irrigation

200

vi) M. I. Scheme

100

vii) K. T. Weir (> 2.5 m gate)

250

viii) K. T. Weir (<2.5 m gate)

100

ix) Storage Tank.

40

The actual allocation was more than that required as per norms to
compensate for lesser allocation in earlier years. Year wise allocation is
given below :
(Rs./lakhs)
M & R Allocation

Sr. No.

Year

1)

2005-06

15531.84

2)

2006-07

21134.50

3)

2007-08

15577.34

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8.0 Establishment Cost :8.1 The actual Establishment cost year-wise since 2005-06 are give
below :
(Rs./lakhs)
Sr.
No.

Year

As per pre-revised
Scales.

Additionally due
to pay revision

1)

2005-06

28809

---

2)

2006-07

31095

---

3)

2007-08

33101

---

4)

2008-09

34518

3375

5)

2009-10

37897

12566

Note :- The pre-revised establishment cost increases at 7% per year.


While considering revised scales, the increase is 10% per year. Payment
of installment of arrears is additional to this increase.

PROJECTIONS FOR VARIOUS PARAMETERS FOR 2010-2013.


9.0 Projections for Water Use :9.1 Keeping in view the likely additionality to storage volumes created in
the State through Major, Medium and Minor Projects and past water use
volumes by the three categories of users, the projections of volume of
water use for the years 2010-11, 2011-12 and 2012-2013 are as under :

Sr.
No.

Category of Use

i)

Volume
created.

of

storage

ii)

Water Use by agriculture.

iii)

Water Use by domestic.

iv)

Water Use by Industries.

v)

Total Water Use.

(Mm3)
Average

201011

201112

201213

34000

34500

35000

34500

18200

18600

19000

18600

4000

4200

4400

4200

725

750

775

750

22925

23550

24175

23550

Note :- Increase in water use each year of each category is not only due
to increase in volume of storage created but increasing demand even in
existing storage.
10.0 Projections for Irrigated Area :10.1 The following assumptions are made while projecting the area
irrigated for each of the three years 2010-11, 2011-12 and 2012-13.
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i) Irrigation potential creation increase is 2.0 to 2.5 lakh. ha. per


year.
ii) ICA is 80% of potential created.
iii) Actual irrigated area increases by about 50,000 ha. annually.
10.2 Applying above assumptions to table in section 4, the following
projections are made.
(lakh.ha)
Irrigated
Balance
Year
Irrigation
ICA created
area
unirrigated
Potential
area.
created
(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

2010-11

48.21

38.56

28.32

10.24

2011-12

50.24

40.19

28.82

11.37

2012-13

52.84

42.27

29.32

12.85

Note :- i) Irrigated area is Canals + Wells.


ii) Balance unirrigated area is ICA minus Irrigated area.
11.0 Projections of M & R Requirement :11.1 The following norms for M & R recommended by WALMI and
accepted by the Authority in the Criteria have been used in projecting
the M & R requirement.
(i) Irrigated area - - - -- - - - - - - - - Rs.380/ha.
(ii) Unirrigated area - - - - - - - - - - - Rs.190/ha.
(iii) Project Storage (dam / weir) - --- Rs.11000/Mm3.
11.2 The following M & R norms adopted by the State Government for
mechanical parts are adopted.
i) Service & emergency gates ---ii) Spillway radial gates --------iii) Minor Project service gates -

Rs.1,34,000 each (for Major Project).


Rs.1,12,500 each (for Medium Project).
Rs.1,00,000 each
Rs. 29,000 each

11.3 The total numbers of mechanical items to be maintained in the


projects in the state are :
i) Service & emergency gates -- Major Projects ---
-- Medium Projects
ii) Spillway radial gates -------------------------------iii) Minor Project service gates -------------------------

284 nos
553 nos
687 nos
2940 nos

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11.4 Using the projection of irrigated area as Section-10, storages in


section-9, and WALMI & other norms in Para 11.1 to 11.3 of this section,
the following M & R requirement for each of the three years has been
estimated. 5% increase in M&R cost of mechanical parts assumed.
(Rs. Lakhs)
Requirement
in 2010-11

2011-12

2012-13

10761.60

10951.60

11141.60

ii) Storages

3740.00

3795.00

3850.00

iii) Unirrigated area

1938.00

2350.00

2441.50

iv) Service & emergency gates

2542.29

2669.40

2796.52

18981.89

19766.00

20229.62

18982

19766

20230

Item.
i) Irrigated area

v)

TotalSay-

12.0 Projection of Establishment Cost :12.1 As stated in Section 8, the establishment cost increase (prerevised) has been assumed as 7% per year and for the revised
component 10% per year without arrears.
(Rs. Lakhs)
Establishment component

2010-11 2011-12

2012-13

i) As per pre-revised pay scale

40550

43389

46426

ii) Additionally due to pay revision


including arrears not considered as
O & M allocation for tariff as per
Criteria.

14959

22112

30865

13.0 Total O & M cost for Tariff Estimation :13.1 Using M &R projection in Section 11 and estimate of
establishment cost (only pre-revised) in Section 12, the total yearwise
O & M cost is as under :
(lakh.ha)
Year

M&R
requirement

Projected
establishment cost.

Total.

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

2010-11

18982

40550

59532

2011-12

19766

43389

63155

2012-13

20230

46426

66656

Average

19659

43455

63144

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DETERMINATION OF TARIFF
14.0 Allocation of O & M Cost :14.1 Tariff determination has been done considering the average O & M
cost of Rs.63144/- lakhs for the 3 years period 2010-2013 since the
Authority is required under the Act to review and revise the water
charges once every three years. Similarly for water use three year
average figures are considered.

14.2 As per Section 12.4 of the Criteria, the allocation of total O & M
cost to the three categories of users is :
Irrigation :
21%
Domestic :
16%
Industries :
63%
14.3 As per Section 13, the 3 year average O&M cost is Rs.63144 lakhs.
Its allocation to the three categories of users is accordingly.
Rs. Lakhs.
Agriculture :
:- 63144 x 0.21 = 13260
Domestic :
:- 63144 x 0.16 = 10103
Industries :
:- 63144 x 0.63 = 39781
63144
15.0 Basic rates for Non Irrigation:15.1 The basic volumetric rate for non-Irrigation are as under for above
O&M allocation.
Category

Allocation of O&M
Cost (Rs.lakhs.)
(Section 14.3)

Projected water
use (Mm3)
(Section 9.1)

Industries

39781

750

Domestic

10103

4200

15.2 For Industrial use the basic rate works out to,
39781 x 105
750x106

= Rs.5.30/m3

or Rs.53 per 10 m3

However, this is an average rate and actual rate keeping in view


differential rate for different sources of supply (Annex 4 of Criteria) will
be less. Also there are concessions. Considering these aspects, basic rate
of Rs. 32/10 m3 is arrived and as checked at Annex 2.

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15.3 As per calculation in enclosed Annex 2, it is seen that for rate of


Rs.32/10m3 (basic), the tariff levied matches O&M allocation giving some
allowance for concessions to agro industries and likely recycling.
15.4 For domestic the basic rate works out to
Rs.10103 x 105
4200 x 106

= Rs.0.24/m3 or Rs. 2.40/10 m3.

However, this is an average rate and actual rate keeping in view


differential rate for different sources of supply (Annex.3 of the Criteria)
will be less. Considering these a rate of Rs.1.75/10 m3 is adopted and
checked as at enclosed Annex 3.
15.5 It is seen that as per calculations in enclosed Annex 3, the tariff
levied matches O&M allocation.
15.6 The tariff for various categories of non-irrigation users as per Annex
3 & 4 of Criteria & also Para 15.7 (excluding local cess) is thus as under:
In Rs./10m3
Sr. Source of Supply
No.
1.

2.

3.

4.

Assured Water Supply:Major/Medium reservoir/ storage


tank without Canal.
Regulated Water Supply with
Transmission Loss:Regulated river portion below
dam/Canal lift/K.T. weir with
back up reservoir/ tail race from
reservoir.
Partly Assured Water Supply :Minor reservoir with canal /K.T.
weir without back up reservoir
/unregulated rivers without even
any K.T. weir or in unregulated
river portion flowing within a
command area where there is no
bandhara or K.T. weir.
Reservoir Constructed by the
Water User Entity/ User Entity
Shared Proportional Cost :
Water User Agency has shared
proportional cost of infrastructure or constructed dam/
bandhara / katcha bandhara/
K.T. weir at own cost.

Domestic

Industries

GP

ULB

Munici
-pality

Process

Raw
material

1.32

1.58

2.10

32

160

2.64

3.15

4.20

64

320

0.67

0.79

1.05

16

80

0.44

0.53

0.7

10.7

53.5

Note : Transmission losses to be borne by Non-irrigation users.


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CONCESSIONS/INCENTIVES/PENALTIES/DISINCENTIVES :
15.7 As per Criteria, the following Concessions/ Incentives/ Penalties/
Disincentives will be applicable on the above basic rates.
Domestic :
(i)
The above rates for various sub category of users and for various
source of supply will be uniform for all the seasons in the year.
(ii)
Adopting the basic rate of Rs.1.75/10m3, the stepped tariff for
rural and urban consumers has been worked out as per Criteria
item 13.2.3 viz.
GP
:
:
75% of applicable rate.
ULB
:
90% of applicable rate.
Municipality /
:
1.25 times applicable rate.
Corporations
(iii) Rebate for effluent treatment will be as per Criteria 13.2.2.
Industries:
The above rates for the two sub category of users will be for rabbi
(i)
season. For Kharif season 50% of above rate will be charged and in
hot weather 1.5 times of above rate (in Para 15.6) will be charged.
For agro Industries (Poultry, Canning, Sugarcane Processing,
(ii)
Dairying) 75% of above rates will be charged.
(iii) Rebate for recycling will be as per Criteria 13.3.2.
(iv) Penalty for not treating effluent to required MPCB standard will be
as per Criteria 13.3.3.
16.0

Basic Rates for Agriculture :

16.1 From Section 14.3, the allocation of O&M cost to agriculture is


Rs.13260 lakhs. As per Section 12.7 of the CBWT, 5% of O&M cost is
Government subsidy for well Irrigation i.e. 63144 x 0.05= Rs.3157 lakhs.
The balance (13260 3157) = Rs.10103 lakhs is to recovered from
tariff for flow and Lift Irrigation and Rs.3157 lakhs is direct government
subsidy for well Irrigation being declared free of water tariff by State
Government.
16.2 Grouping of Crops :
Section 13.1.1. (ii) of the CBWT has recommended grouping of crops to
reduce the number of crops with a view to reduce the number of crops
based on the recommendations of the Maharashtra Irrigation
Commission (Chitale Commission) and group of Chief Engineers
constituted to examine this aspect. The grouping of crops from
agricultural tariff considerations is now proposed as under,

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Kharif
1. Cereals and other kharif
2. Groundnut
3. Onions & vegetables
4. Paddy
Rabi
5. Vegetables
6. Wheat
7. Other rabi (gram, oilseed, sunflower, soya)
Two Seasonal
8. Chilli, ginger, tur
9. Cotton
Hot Weather
10. Vegetable
11. Groundnut
12. Paddy
Perennial
13. Sugarcane & banana
14. Horticulture
16.3 Gross Value of Produce (GVP)
The Minimum Support Price (MSP) announced by GOI based on the
recommendations the Committee on Agricultural Costs & Prices for 2010
(and 2009-10 for such crops where not announced in 2010-11 like
sugarcane and wheat) has been considered to estimate GVP
16.4 The yield in quintals/ha for each crop in new crop grouping from
various sources has been considered and the appropriate irrigated yield
adopted.
16.5 The GVP of each crop is the MSP multiplied by the yield. As per
Criteria 4% of GVP for cereals and 9% for cash crops is the upper limit of
water tariff (area based) for that crop. This has been compared with the
existing 2003 rate and a rational rate keeping in view (i) need for
rounding off to nearest Rs. 10 (ii) The Criteria requirement the where
crop nomenclature is same, the Kharif rate will be 50% & HW rate 150%
(iii) need to encourage production of oilseeds by reducing tariff has been
proposed.
16.6 Enclosed Annex 4.1 and 4.2 give detail of crop wise water tariff
estimation.
16.7 Private Lift Schemes
The following principles are applied to compute tariff of private lift
schemes for various sources of supply.

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i.

To account for investment made by farmer in pump equipment etc.,


the applicable rate is arrived at by giving a concession of 35%

ii.

The basic principles for perennial crop therefore is Basic Applicable


Rate = 0.65 (flow rate) O&M cost Energy Charge

iii.

The annual energy charge for a 5 hp pump to irrigate 1 hectare is


Rs. 1500

iv.

The lumpsum O&M cost in respect of maintenance of pumps,


transmission system is Rs. 1000/year.

v.

For regulated water supply rate will be 75% of above rate (basic
rate) since Transmission losses to be borne by service provider.

vi.

For partly assured water supply, rate will be 50% of basic rate

vii. Where beneficiary constructs own reservoir or shares capital cost,


rate will be 33% of above rate.
viii. Horticulture rates will be 75% of perennial rate.
ix.

For adopting drip and sprinkler, 75% applicable rate.

x.

For other Kharif, Rabi, hot-weather crops existing 2003 rates are
adopted.

16.8 Enclosed Annex 5 gives the rates based on above principles for
private lift schemes.
16.9 For government lift schemes, tariff will comprise area based tariff
and energy charges payable by beneficiary as per procedure laid
down in Annex 2 B of Criteria.
17.0 Verification of Agricultural Tariff
17.1 For verification of the correctness of agricultural tariff the total
revenue earned from the irrigated crop pattern of 2008-09 has
been computed and checked with O&M allocation after correcting
for concessions.
17.2 Enclosed Annex 6 gives the revenue computation.
Irrigated area in lakh ha
Total
Less Sugarcane
Less Horticulture

Canal
15.10
(-) 1.95
(-) 0.28
12.87

Lift
3.13
(-) 0.68
(-) 0.04
2.41

Revenue generated in Rs. lakhs


Total
Less Sugarcane & horticulture

Canal
11979
(-) 5814
6165

Lift
622
(-) 537
85

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Average Tariff
6165
= Rs.480
(as concessions are not for
12.87
sugarcane, horticulture)
(concessions to lift area ignored as amount too small)
17.3 From state statistics on land holdings.
(i)

% area less than 4 ha in PM package districts, naxalite areas


= 6.42%

(ii)

% area less than 2 ha in state = 37.60%

Area getting concessions under 4 ha =

12.87 x 6.42%

=
Area getting concession under 2 ha =
=

0.82 lakh ha
12.87 x 37.6%
4.84 lakh ha

Total revenue generated


=

(12.87 - 4.84 - 0.82) 480 + (0.82 x 480 x ) + (4.84 x x 480)

(7.2 x 480) + (0.82 x 240) + (4.84 x 360)

3456 + 197 + 1742

5395 lakhs

Add sugarcane revenue =

5395 + 5813 = 11208

Add lift revenue

622

Total =
lakhs

Rs.11,830 lakhs against O & M allocation of Rs.10,103

17.4 Considering other concessions like free water to tribal sub-plan


projects, concession to project affected families, drip and sprinkler,
initial period of horticulture crops the revenue of Rs. 11830 lakhs
will further reduce.
17.5 Volumetric Bulk Water Tariff for Agriculture:
As per details given in enclosed Annex 7, the volumetric bulk
water tariff for agriculture crops is as below;
Sr.
No.

Season

1.

Rate (Paise / m3)


Paddy

Other crops

Kharif

2.

Rabi

3.

Hot Weather

12

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18.0 Clarifications Notes to proposed Agricultural Tariff


(i)

Full rate in each season will be charged only if more than two
rotations are taken. For one or two rotations, 1/4th applicable rate
per rotation will be charged.

(ii)

For Vidarbha, where agreements exist for Kharif paddy, 50% of


applicable rate will be levied.

(iii)

For sanctioned blocks, full rates will be charged irrespective of


rotation drawn.

(iv)

Irrigation will be free of cost in first year of operation of a project.

(v)

For farmers with less than 2 ha. holding. 75% of applicable rate
will be charged for all crops except Sugarcane, Banana and
Horticulture.

(vi)

Farmers with less than 4 ha. holding in districts included in Prime


Ministers package in Vidarbha and in Naxalite affected areas as
notified by the State, 50% of applicable rate will be charged for all
crops except Sugarcane, Banana, Horticulture.

(vii)

For projects implemented in tribal sub plan, no tariff will be levied


for all tribal farmers.

(viii)

For projects benefiting project affected people, 75% of basic rate


will be charged for all crops.

(ix)

For following horticultural crops, 25% of applicable will be charged


for period specified
Grapes

Initial 3 years.

Orange

Initial 4 years.

Mango/Coconut/Amla/Tamarind/Chikoo Initial 5 years.


(x)

For adoption of micro irrigation, 75% of applicable rate will be


levied. This concession for horticultural crops specified in (ix)
above for the indicated initial periods will not be available and will
become applicable only when full basic rate is paid.

(xi)

As per Sections 12(11) (a) & (b) of the MWRRA Act, farmers having
more than two children one year after commencement of Act, will
be levied 1.5 times applicable rate.

(xii)

The area based and volumetric rates exclude local cess.

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Annex 1
Source-wise drawl by non-irrigation
(in % of total use. Refer tables 5.2 & 5.3)
Sr.
No.

Domestic
Source of Supply

Industrial

Gram
Panchayat

Urban
Local Body

Municipal
Corporations

Process

Raw

Assured Water Supply:Major/ Medium reservoir/ storage tank without


canal/

2.5

9.3

43.9

26.930

0.015

Regulated Water Supply with Transmission Loss:Regulated river portion below dam/ canal lift/ K.T.
weir with back up reservoir/ tail race from reservoir

5.4

16.2

16.6

69.694

0.405

Partly Assured Water Supply :Minor reservoir with canal/ K.T. weir without back
up reservoir/ unregulated rivers without even any
K.T. weir or in unregulated river portion flowing
within command area where there is no bandhara or
K.T. weir

1.95

0.1

0.4

2.950

0.0001

Reservoir Constructed by the Water User Entity/


User Entity Shared Proportional Cost :
Water user agency has shared proportional cost of
infrastructure or constructed dam/ bandhara/
Katcha bandhara/ K.T. weir at own cost

0.05

0.01

3.6

0.0005

9.9

25.6

64.5

99.574

0.426

Total

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Annex -2
Industrial tariff check with Rs.32/10 m3 basic rate for total withdrawal of 750 Mm3.
Sr.
No

Source of Supply

1.

Assured Water Supply:Major/Medium reservoir/


tank without Canal.

Process

Raw

Remarks

Tariff
Rs./
10 m3

% of
water
drawal

Water
drawal
(Mm3)

Total
revenue
assured
(Rs. Lakhs)

Tariff
Rs./
10 m3

% of
water
drawal

Water
drawal
(Mm3)

Total
revenue
(Rs.
Lakhs)

32

26.93

201.98

6463.4

160

0.015

0.112

17.92

storage

2.

Regulated
Water
Supply
with
Transmission Loss:Regulated
river
portion
below
dam/Canal lift/K.T. weir with back
up reservoir/ tail race from reservoir.

64

69.694

522.71

33453.4

320

0.405

3.04

972.8

3.

Partly Assured Water Supply :Minor reservoir with canal /K.T. weir
without
back
up
reservoir
/unregulated rivers without even any
K.T. weir or in unregulated river
portion flowing within a command
area where there is no bandhara or
K.T. weir.

16

2.950

22.12

353.9

80

0.0001

0.00075

0.06

4.

Reservoir Constructed by the


Water User Entity/ User Entity
Shared Proportional Cost :
Water User Agency has shared
proportional cost of infra-structure or
constructed dam/ bandhara / katcha
bandhara/ K.T. weir at own cost.

10.7

53.5

0.0005

0.00375

0.20

3.195

990.98

Total

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40270.7

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Total Revenue =
40270.7 + 990.98
= 41261.68
No concessions
For recycling
considered
Seasonal
correction not
necessary as
kharif & rabi
rates even out

Annex 3
Domestic Tariff check with basic rate of Rs.1.75/10 m3 for total drawal of 4200 Mm3

Sr.
No.

Source of Supply

GP
Tariff

1.

Assured Water Supply:-

2.

Regulated
Water
Transmission Loss:-

Tariff Rs. / 10 m3
ULB
Revenue

Tariff

1.32

Vol of
water
105

138.6

2.64

226.8

0.67

0.44

Vol of water Mm3

Revenue in Rs. / lakhs.

Corporation
Revenue

Tariff

1.58

Vol of
water
390.6

Revenue

2.10

Vol of
water
1843.8

617.2

598.8

3.15

680.4

2143.3

4.20

697.2

2928.2

81.9

54.9

0.79

4.2

3.3

1.05

16.8

17.6

2.1

0.9

0.53

0.42

0.2

0.7

151.2

105.8

415.8
(9.9%)

793.2

1075.6
(25.6%)

2763.9

2709
(64.5%)

6923.7

3872.0

Major/Medium reservoir/ storage tank


without Canal.
Supply

with

Regulated river portion below dam/


Canal lift/K.T. weir with back up
reservoir/ tail race from reservoir.

3.

Partly Assured Water Supply :-

4.

Reservoir Constructed by the Water User


Entity/ User Entity Shared Proportional
Cost :

Minor reservoir with canal /K.T. weir


without back up reservoir/ unregulated
rivers without even any K.T. weir or in
unregulated river portion flowing within
a command area where there is no
bandhara or K.T. weir.

Water
User
Agency has shared
proportional cost of infra-structure or
constructed dam/ bandhara / katcha
bandhara/ K.T. weir at own cost.
Average

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Remarks

Total Revenue
realised. =
793.2 + 2763.9
6923.7 =
10480.80
Against
Rs.10103
lakhs.

Annex 4.1
Estimation of Agricultural Tariff
Sr.
No.

Yield in qtl/ha.
Chitale
Comm.
96-97
data

Chitale
Comm.
Recomm
-ended

Sangli
Circle
data

State
average

Yield
adopted
qtl/ha

Season & Crops

MSP
Rs/qtl

Gross
value of
produce

Tariff at
4% or 9%
of G.V.P.

Kharif
1.

Cereals other kharif

---

---

---

7.46

12

3170

38040

1522

2.

Groundnut

---

---

18

11.68

18

2300

41400

1656

3.

Vegetables & Onion

---

---

---

---

50

1000

50000

2000

4.

Paddy

---

---

19.03

20

1000

20000

800

---

---

---

---

50

1000

50000

2000

14.5

35

20

16.59

20

1100

22000

880

---

15-18

16

6.8

15

2350

35250

1410

14

---

---

9.22

15

3000

45000

1800

22.2

32

---

3.73

20

2500

50000

2000

---

---

---

---

50

1000

50000

2000

12.7

22 to 25

18

11.68

25

2300

57500

2300

18.32

---

---

19.03

25

1000

25000

1000

---

1110

600

1050

800

129.8

103840

9346

Rabi
5.

Vegetable.

6.

Wheat

7.

Other rabi (gram,


oilseeds etc.)
Two Seasional

8.

Chilli, Ginger, Toor.

9.

Cotton
Hot Weather

10

Vegetable

11

Groundnut

12

Paddy
Perennial-

13

Sugarcane, Banana

14

Horticulture

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Annex 4.2
Proposed Agricultural Tariff
Sr.
No.

Season & Crops

Tariff as
per GVP
Annex.4.1.

Tariff as per GR in 2003.

Tariff now proposed


Kharif

Rabi

HW

(Rs./ha.)
Remarks.

Kharif
1.

Cereals other kharif

1522

288

240

---

---

2.

Groundnut

1656

476+724 for rabi watering.

350

700

---

3.

Vegetables & Onion

2000

724

600

---

---

4.

Paddy

Contract 236 demand 476

240

480

---

Rate for rabi watering.

1081

---

1200

---

Rabi is twice kharif

880

476

---

470

---

1410

357

---

350

---

800

Rate for rabi watering.

Rabi
5.

Vegetable.

6.

Wheat

7.

Other rabi (gram,


oilseeds etc.)

2000

Two Seasional
8.

Chilli, Ginger, Toor.

1800

605 (rabi + HW)


119 (late kharif watering).

120

240

360

9.

Cotton

2000

724 (kharif + rabi) 1438 (HW)

450

900

1350

Hot Weather
10

Vegetable

2000

2697

---

---

1800

11

Groundnut

2300

1438

---

---

1050

12

Paddy

1000

724

---

---

720

Perennial13

Sugarcane, Banana

9346

6297

1050

2100

3140

Total 6290

14

Horticulture

7010

6297

790

1580

2350

Total 4720

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Annex 5
Water Rates for Private Lift Schemes.
(Rs./ha.)

Sr.
No.

Source of Supply.

Sugarcane / Banana

Other Horticulture

Other Crops

Flow

Drip

Flow

Drip

Kharif

Rabbi

Hot
Weather

1.

Assured Water Supply:Major/Medium reservoir/ storage


tank without Canal.

0.65 x 6290
2500 = 1588
Say 1500

1500 x 0.75 =
1125
Say 1150

1500 x 0.75 =
1125
Say 1150

1150 x 0.75 =
860

85

120

240

2.

Regulated Water Supply with


Transmission Loss:Regulated river portion below
dam/Canal lift/K.T. weir with back
up reservoir/ tail race from
reservoir.

1500 x 0.75 =
1125
Say 1150

1150 x 0.75 =
863
Say 860

1150x0.75 =
863
Say 860.

860 x 0.75 =
645
Say 650.

40

60

120

3.

Partly Assured Water Supply :Minor reservoir with canal /K.T.


weir without back up reservoir
/unregulated rivers without even
any K.T. weir or in unregulated
river portion flowing within a
command area where there is no
bandhara or K.T. weir.

1500 x 0.5 =
750

1150 x 0.5 =
575
Say 580

1150 x 0.5 =
575
580

860 x 0.5 =
430

35

35

60

4.

Reservoir Constructed by the


Water User Entity/ User Entity
Shared Proportional Cost :
Water User Agency has shared
proportional cost of infra-structure
or constructed dam/ bandhara /
katcha bandhara/ K.T. weir at own
cost.

1500x0.33 =
500
Say 500

1150x0.33 =
380
Say 380

1150x0.33 =
380
Say 380

860 x 0.33 =
287
Say 290

NIL

20

20

Note :- 1) Transmission losses are to be borne by Service Provider. 2) The above rates are exclusive of local cess.

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Annex 6
Revenue Generated from Agriculture.
Season &
Crop

Canal flow
Area (ha)

LIFT

Rate
Rs./ha.

Revenue
(Rs.lakh)

Area (ha)

Rate
Rs./ha.

Revenue
(Rs.lakh)

Kharif
Jowar

25,950

240

62.3

39260

35

13.7

G.Nut

8,577

350

30.0

6810

35

2.4

Paddy

2,69,155

240

646.0

23404

35

8.2

13,543

350

47.4

17660

35

6.2

3,29,050

600

1974.3

70820

35

24.7

Jowar

1,47,065

350

514.7

---

---

---

G.Nut

39,073

350

136.7

---

---

---

Gram

1,01,920

350

356.7

18500

35

6.5

Wheat

2,44,950

470

1151.3

54560

35

19.1

1350

1058.7

7630

35

2.7

See
Annex.6.1

4457.5

68270

750

512.0

Oil Seeds
Others
Rabi

Two
Seasonal Cotton
Sugarcane

78,420
1,95,250

Horticulture

28,740

4720

1356.3

4390

580

25.4

H.W. Paddy

23,405

720

168.5

2036

60

1.2

5,267

350

18.4

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---

11978.8

3,13,340

Rabi
Oilseeds

15,10,36
5

622.1

Annex 6.1
Revenue generated from Sugarcane
Total Canal Area 1,95,250 ha.
Source of supply.

Area ha.

Tariff.

Revenue
(Rs. Lakhs).

Block Rate -

(20%)

39050

6290

2456.3

Canal lift

--

( 5% )

9765

1150

112.3

Reservoir lift-

(30%)

58575

1500

878.6

Regulated Release (45%)

87860

1150

10.3

195250

4457.5

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Annex - 7
Volumetric Tariff Computation Year 2011-12
% based on 2008-09 crop pattern:
Crop

Area
(ha).

% for
ICA.35.88
lakh ha.

Tariff as per
Rabi rate of
Annex 4.2

Tariff Today for


100 ha (100 x
Col 3 x Col 4)

Vegetable

1,50,000

4.0

1200

4800

Wheat

2,44,950

6.8

470

3196

Other rabi
(Oilseed, Jowar)

1,09,000

3.0

350

1050

Cotton

78,420

2.2

900

1980

Chilli, Ginger, Tur

50,000

1.4

240

336

1,95,250

5.4

2100

11340

28,740

0.8

1580

1264

Sugarcane
Horticulture

23.6

23966

Tariff Today = Rs. 23,966 (Rounded to Rs.25,000 considering addl.


watering in rabi to kharif paddy, groundnut).
Volume = 326864 m3 (Ref : Para 5.2 of Annex 1 of Criteria)
Area based Volumetric Rate

= 25000 x 100 = 7.7 P/m3.


326864
Rabi Bulk Tariff == 7.7 x 0.75 = 6 P /m3.
Kharif Bulk Tariff === 0.5 x 6 = 3 P / m3
H. W. Bulk Tariff ==== 1.5 x 6 = 9 P / m3.
Season

Rate as per Criteria.


in P /

Kharif
Rabi
H.W.

m3

Rate as per 2003 GR.


in P / m3

3
6
9

4.76
7.14
14.48

Rate for Paddy :


Season Kharif :
Water required at field - 2500 m3 / ha. (Ref. Statement 4.2.2, Sr. No.
4, Vol I, Maharashtra Water & Irrigation Commission Report, 1999)
Water required at Minor - 2500 = 3333 m3 /ha.
0.75
Area based Tariff

Rs. 240 /ha. (Annex. 4.2, Sr. No.4)

Volumetric Kharif Rate = 0.5 x 240 = 4 P / m3.


3333
Volumetric Rabi Rate ======== 2 x 4 = 8 P / m3.
Volumetric Hot Weather Rate = 3 x 4 = 12 P / m3.
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