Centre to hunt collaboration from scientists and establishments in non-public sector to make implementation of JJM cost-effective and environment friendly


Ravi S Singh

Tribune News Service

New Delhi, September 4

The Centre will search collaboration from scientists and establishments in non-public sectors to make implementation of Jal Jeevan Mission (JJM) cost-effective and environment friendly although modern options.

To this impact, the Jal Shakti Ministry, which implements JJM, has made an outreach to scientific group and establishments, together with these associated to Research and Development (R& D) within the area to forge partnerships with them. 

The JJM’s purpose is to supply every rural family within the nation with piped water connection by 2024. It was launched on Independence Day in 2019 by Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

The authorities’s initiative to rope in non-public gamers is predicated on challenges it confronted within the final one 12 months in JJM’s implementation throughout completely different geographical areas.

“Given the challenges and the knowledge gaps being faced while implementing the JJM with speed and scale along with the future of rural water security, there is a pressing need for significant research and innovation in the water supply sector,” Jal Shakti Ministry officers mentioned.

The rural ingesting water provide is a posh topic with varied social, environmental and technical challenges like geo-genic and anthropogenic water high quality points.

Long-term potable water provide in harsh edapho-climatic situations and disaster-prone areas together with monitoring it on sustained foundation isn’t any straightforward activity.

The problem, significantly in rugged mountainous terrain in elements of Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh, and snow-capped habitations and hamlets in Arunachal Pradesh is large.

The challenges additionally embody therapy of gray water generated within the households and its reuse, particularly with bogs supplied in households below the Swachh Bharat marketing campaign.

The functions of these, together with scientists and R&D establishments, start-ups and innovators prepared to affix palms with the federal government, will likely be processed by the Ministry and referred to the workplace of Scientific Advisor to the Government of India for approval.



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