Watershed Engineer

Watershed Engineer

Watershed Engineer handles the planning and implementation of technological interventions such as soil conservation and water harvesting structures. He is responsible for managing the bulk of the expenditure, which is why he needs to work closely with the Water Supply Committee. Brief description of the job: The Water Engineer manages to prepare a participatory plan to define soil conservation treatment methods in the water shed and water harvesting structures. He evaluates the implementation of these structures at the required speed and quality including fund management, record keeping and reporting. Your Qualities: Aquatic Engineer should have the ability to read, write, communicate, mathematical ability, planning and analysis skills, ability to plan, plan and measure, focus, physical strength, pressure grip, team performance, mechanical competence and problem shooting skills Watershed Engineer.

Carry out watershed delineation and preparation of Detailed Project Report Watershed Engineer:

In order to be effective, that person must be able to: PC1. make a stop water mark purchased by the Indian survey  by looking at the shape and height of the mountain lines, ensure that the ridge that is the boundary of the water line covers the selected villages  in the same way of water is calculated using a paper graph from map PC2. make a water cycle walk to determine the boundary of the water by marking the ridge line and water lines on a money map, a combined income map, an income record, showing research numbers intelligent ownership and forest records points separating inbound (outbound) and non-exit ) a place with water.  Continue to mark these points on the income map and major physical features such as springs, drains, dams, communal land, forests, etc. As he walks along the ridge, point to the survey numbers (kharja / gat) that fall within the boundary and calculate the total area of the canal area. prepare a list of farmers and other owners who fall into the water project. PC4. verify the water selection options set by the system to determine the feasibility of the technology. Some of these may be provided below:  Irrigation rate and total tag area of the trench Watershed Engineer

 Land degradation conditions characterized by erosion, rivers, landslides, etc.  Disposal of forests, trees and grasslands Climate variations such as heavy rainfall and dry spells PC5. prepare a spreadsheet in a formatted format and a map in the shed with the physical symbols on it. Organize a collection of technical data and a network planning survey for local treatment To be competent, one must know: PC6. organize the data collection by the watershed manager, the rural water expert and the water committee and do the same. collect information below:  soil: types, soil depth, texture, PH, organic carbon and NPK content  Crops: seasons, varieties, sub-crop area, inputs such as seeds, fertilizers, pesticides and costs, crop production methods, grain production / fodder production, market rate and income  Livestock management, production and revenue program  Establishment well: type, use, size, depth of water level, lifting tool, annual harvest, irrigation  existing water harvesting facilities: type, location, size, irrigation area, efficiency  credit business on PC7 water. plan a participatory process by the watershed manager of land use planning as given below:  ensure quantitative research prudent sites and owner and committee members current and future production plans  propose appropriate land use of the building according to LCC and appropriate local treatment methods for owners  negotiate and complete land use and treatment with farm owners and the additional additional work required for PC8. prepare a summary of the net plan and construction and budget estimates for all treatment of the proposed drainage area. To authorize the identification and inspection of sites and to adjust the design standard of the treatment of drainage pipes including water harvesting facilities In order to be effective, one must be able to: PC9. authorize the identification of sites / areas in the main drainage lines / nalos by water expert The construction of the WHS across the wetland taking into account parameters such as:  width of the final water level and details of immersion  availability of appropriate foundation and type of ground pillar Watershed Engineer.

 availability of emergency road space catchment area and its featuresPC10. lead and oversee the dumping of water lines arranging for drainage (DLT) treatment done by local waterexpert. Divide storage space into grids of5x5m or 10x10m per need take the levels of each grid point in relation to the interim bench(TBM) with the help of dumpy / auto level and recognize it in the fieldboot in the right way If there is a small WHS, take the building line and line levels aside nalo bed to cover storage in a space of 5m or 10mPC11. prepare for technical construction, painting, work, building materials and budget for everything proposed small DLTs and water harvesting structures (WHS) design size and cost of each DLT units as small as gully plugs, loose stone structures, clay clay plugs, etc. verify WHS hydraulic structure such as nalo bund, cement check dam, gabion building, etc. obtaining a largest flow value is considered the catchment area and its length, the balance of the water flow and the intensity of rainfall ensure the formal structure of the WHS based on the greatest flow rate, available the width and depth of Nella in the construction line conducting a stability analysis for crushing, moving and removing Whether proposed size is considered and reconfigured if it fails prepare a WHS diagram Measuring and measuring the quantity / volume of a required object construction of WHS refer to the price schedule by system or government. cost estimation of structure prepare a schedule of activities to be performedPC12. prepare a summary of the treatment lines of the proposed water linePC13. write the main text about the technical intervention in the river and prepare the amount budget summary of the detailed project report (DPR)

Organizational Context (Knowledge of the company / organization and its processes) Watershed Engineer:

each user / individual at work needs to know and understand: KA1. organizational ideas and practices in the integrated and integrated management of KA2 water resources. job responsibilities / tasks and standard operating procedures KA3. organizational processes related to planning processes and framework assessments

Technical Knowledge:

user / person at work needs to know and understand: KB1. understanding the challenges to public participation and their role in KB2 technology interventions. in-depth knowledge of the design, measurement and implementation of soil conservation technologies and water harvesting technologies in a water shed Watershed Engineer

Core Skills/ Generic Skills:

The user / person at work needs to know and understand how to do this: SA1. record the information transmitted by the SA2 manager. chalk down action plan SA3. write a report on the procedures and tools used SA4. write information documents to internal departments / internal parties SA5. beware of men, equipment and funds used to plan for irrigation water SA6. write a report on planned treatments Learning skills The user / person at work needs to know and understand how to do it: SA7. read and interpret the programmed network net SA8. read internal information documents sent to internal parties SA9. learn about the latest tools and techniques that apply to SA10. read the different types of data collected from the second and first sources SA11. read various brochures and books on communication technology (listening and speaking skills) The user / person at work needs to know and understand how to do this: SA12. liaising with group leader and SA13 members. listen to and understand the information provided by Speaker SA14. ask a question to the manager, team members and farmers
understanding treatment needs and options SA15. recount good practices and experiences with community institutions and farmers (public speaking) B. Developing Professional Skills To make the user / person at work need to know and understand that: SB1. select compatible and active marine data sets and apply the same in SB2 therapeutic design. analyze and classify data collected and select the most appropriate treatment options Location Plan and edit The user / person at work needs to know and understand that: SB3. planning, evaluating and organizing the tasks assigned to the SB4 team leader. organize the people, property and funds required for SB5 operations. plan and organize farmers through a comprehensive planning process Customer value The user / employee needs to know and understand: SB6. to develop relationships with communities, community centers and farmers in SB7 water villages. understand and act on the concerns of the community / farmer and their priorities Watershed Engineer

Troubleshooting The user / person at work needs to know and understand how to do this: SB8. identify underground areas and problems in the social and political spheres in the water and find solutions to them to solve what has happened. Analytical Thinking The user / person at work needs to know and understand how to do this: SB9. . use common sense and make daily judgments Watershed Engineer

Carry out implementation of the watershed treatments Watershed Engineer:

In order to be effective, that person must be able to: PC1. participate in formal meetings with the water committee and a group of landowners to convince them of the need for SWC treatment on their farm  review and approve the planned work, approved budget, available funds, job categories and requirements for future work area, farms and owners where work is to be done this week / in the next two weeks  assign responsibilities to negotiate owners with the manager and project committee members  negotiate shaman or donation requirement from farm owners depending on staff, cash or PC2 assets. show the facility manager and water expert on cleaning the workplace and marking treatment safely and efficiently and understand the detailed project report approved (DPR) from the viewing area such as the size designed and PC3 parameters. organizing and directing the allocation of work to employees so that  every employee or group of employees gets an equal amount of work to be done in a day or two  every employee or group gets a job as soon as

In order to be effective, that person must be able to: PC4. verify the quality parameters of each treatment on site to the water manager / technician and staff  prove the size of the borrowing hole in case of excavation, size and structure of stone used in the construction of small structures  prove . Level  ensures mixing / use of building materials in proportion and quantity to WHS  ensures appropriate settling time during construction at appropriate levels in WHS PC5. monitor the construction / construction of drugs from time to time, take appropriate measurements and recommend timely repairs PC6. design and provide the required amount of materials and equipment needed for construction. PC7. consult with employees, landowners and committee members to provide and obtain feedback on the speed and quality of activities and to report any accidents, incidents or problems without delay to the appropriate person and to take the necessary steps immediately to reduce further PC8 risk. give suggestions for improvement and follow this to make PC9. comply with the watershed manager and the monitoring team at the finance agency and comply with the team’s ideas and suggestions. train wetlands manager and water expert on how to evaluate all types of soil and moisture conservation treatments and PC11 water harvesting structures. set the rate and payout rate for each type of treatment and monitor its PC12 performance. discuss the level of performance measured by employees and landowner and suggest improvements to the PC13 implementation process. verify estimates, soil structure, material use and attendance records recorded by the supervisor and specialist as sample. correct differences, if any. PC1. monitor the entry of ratings from the MB course into Microsoft excel or muster software on the computer. verify randomly entered computer simulations from PC2 field reference book. check for existing computer errors if available, by looking at printed MB results, billing and PC3 summary. introduces printed MB and muster briefly to the watershed manager, water committee or subcommittee to approve PC17. prepare a payment summary and other accounting terms as well

Organizational Context (Knowledge of the company / organization and its processes) Watershed Engineer:

The user / person at work needs to know and understand: KA1. organizational limits on quality standards and construction of different KA2 structures. job responsibilities / tasks and standard operating procedures KA3. strategies followed by the organization to measure performance and pay Watershed Engineer.

Technical Knowledge:

The user / person at work needs to know and understand: KB1. roles, responsibilities and management of public institutions in water management KB2. payment and payment systems, accounting, mathematical formulas and KB3 accounting engineering. important details of the goods, equipment and tools used in construction

Core Skills/ Generic Skills:

The user / person at work needs to know and understand that:SA1. record the information passed by the managerSA2. chalk down the action planSA3. write a report on the procedures and tools usedSA4. write information documents for internal departments / groupsSA5. beware of men, equipment and funds used to plan the flow of waterSA6. write a report on planned treatment Learning skills The user / person at work needs to know and understand that:SA7. read and interpret the scheduled network processSA8. read internal information documents submitted by internal groupsSA9. learn about the latest tools and techniques usedSA10. read different types of data collected from secondary and primarysourcesSA11. read manuals and various technical books in watershedOral communication (listening and speaking skills)The user / person at work needs to know and understand that:SA12. effective communication with group leader and membersSA13. listen and understand the information provided by the speakerSA14. ask a question to the manager, team members and farmers to understand treatment needs and optionsSA15. recount good practices and experiences with public institutions as welfares (public speaking) Watershed Engineer.

The user / person at work needs to know and understand how to do it: SB1. select compatible and active marine data sets and apply the same in SB2 therapeutic design. analyze and classify data collected and select the most appropriate treatment options Location Plan and edit The user / person at work needs to know and understand that: SB3. plan, focus and organize tasks assigned to the SB4 team leader. organize the people, property and funds required for SB5 operations. plan and organize farmers through a comprehensive planning process Customer value The user / employee needs to know and understand: SB6. to develop relationships with communities, community centers and farmers in SB7 water villages. understand and act on community / farmer concerns and priorities Problem solving The user / employee needs to know and understand how to do this: SB8. identify underground areas and problems in the social and political spheres in the water and find solutions to them to solve what has happened. Analytical Thinking The user / person at work needs to know and understand how to do this: SB9. use background information and knowledge to identify and analyze changing social conditions and their impact on project planning and implementation of SB10. I can discuss these issues with farmers and community centers to find possible solutions Critical thinking The user / person at work needs to know and understand: SB11. use common sense and make daily judgments SB12. use thinking and feeling skills to detect any problems that may arise during the operation

Carry out water budgeting of the watershed and promotion of micro-irrigation systems Watershed Engineer:

the main need the area of ​​the building in which the MIS is planned Planned crop details including row by row and planting distance to plant measure the length of each line to determine the lateral length filter areas, birth kit, separate valves, etc.PC8. talk to the farmer about quantity and quantity values obtained from MIS vendors quality and size of large and small pipe, side pull line etc. type of water filter, venture / fertigation kit, separate valves Comparing costs between different providersPC9. help the WC and the manager place an order for the buy of the items dealer once the farmer’s contribution has been receivedPC10. ensure the quantity and quality of lateral, drippers / sprinklers and more suitable material before moving it to farmsPC11. overseeing the installation of plumbing and laterals and other installationPC12. check the effectiveness of the MIS system in front of the seller and the farmer Watershed Engineer

Organizational Context (Knowledge of the company / organization and its processes):

The user / person at work needs to know and understand: KA1. strategies and procedures followed by the water budget organization, estimating the need for water for domestic and plant use KA2. job responsibilities / tasks and standard operating procedures

Technical Knowledge:

The user/individual on the job needs to know and understand: KB1. engineering hydraulics/ hydrology KB2. drip and sprinklers- survey, design and estimates KB3. design and estimate of lift irrigation systems: pumps, piping networks, fittings

Core Skills/ Generic Skills:

The user / person at work needs to know and understand how to do this: SA1. record the information transmitted by the SA2 manager. chalk down action plan SA3. write a report on the procedures and tools used SA4. write information documents to internal departments / internal parties SA5. beware of men, equipment and funds used to plan for irrigation water SA6. write a report on planned treatments Learning skills The user / person at work needs to know and understand how to do it: SA7. read and interpret the programmed network net SA8. read internal information documents sent to internal parties SA9. learn about the latest tools and techniques that apply to SA10. read the different types of data collected from the second and first sources

SA11. read various brochures and books on communication technology (listening and speaking skills) The user / person at work needs to know and understand how to do this: SA12. liaising with group leader and SA13 members. listen to and understand the information provided by Speaker SA14. ask a question to the manager, team members and farmers Watershed Engineer.
understanding treatment needs and options SA15. recount good practices and experiences with community institutions and farmers (public speaking) B. Developing Professional Skills To make the user / person at work need to know and understand that: SB1. select compatible and active marine data sets and apply the same in SB2 therapeutic design. analyze and classify data collected and select the most appropriate treatment options Location Plan and edit The user / person at work needs to know and understand that: SB3. planning, evaluating and organizing the tasks assigned to the SB4 team leader. organize the people, property and funds required for SB5 operations. plan and organize farmers through a comprehensive planning process Customer value The user / employee needs to know and understand: SB6. to develop relationships with communities, community centers and farmers in SB7 water villages. understand and act on community / farmer concerns and priorities Problem solving The user / employee needs to know and understand how to do this: SB8. identify underground areas and problems in the social and political spheres in the water and find solutions to them to solve what has happened. Analytical Thinking The user / person at work needs to know and understand how to do this: SB9. use background information and knowledge to identify and analyze changing social conditions and the potential impact on project planning and implementation of SB10. I can discuss these issues with farmers and community centers to find possible solutions Critical thinking The user / person at work needs to know and understand: SB11. use common sense and make daily judgments SB12. use thinking and feeling skills to detect any problems that may arise during the operation.

Build technical capabilities of the community:

In order to be effective, that person must be able to: PC1. simplify the applied technical terms, concepts, procedures / processes and start applying them during site visits  rating systems and payment statistics  LCC foundations, composition, measurement, etc. PC2. Translate and publish technical materials in local languages ​​so that the farmer can understand PC3. establishing relationships between existing traditional technologies followed by farmers with modern water-based technologies such as board, Kadin, etc. To provide technical information and skills to the manager, expert and water committee in order to be effective, one must be able to: PC4. conduct traditional language practice training for water manager, village water expert and water committee  irrigation concept: definition, description and treatment  water planning: LCC, net planning and water extraction measurements: structure, function, measurement and payment show use of various equipment and tools test site PC6. certify the implementation of a variety of on-site treatment options for staff and farmers and the manager / specialist. PC7. train a local water manager, an urban water expert and a water committee to plan and implement the maintenance and repair of water purification systems and small irrigation systems

Organizational Context (Knowledge of the company / organization and its processes):

The user / person at work needs to know and understand: KA1. organizational guidelines and technology transfer strategies KA2. KA3 skills development agency budget provisions. tools and procedures followed by the organization for capacity building KA4. job responsibilities / tasks and standard operating procedures

Technical Knowledge:

The user / person at work needs to know and understand: KB1. good practices in building skills in the KB2 community. training tools and techniques KB3. traditional technological practices are very common in this area

Core Skills/ Generic Skills:

The user / person at work needs to know and understand how to do this: SA1. record the information transmitted by the SA2 manager. chalk down action plan SA3. write a report on the procedures and tools used SA4. write information documents to internal departments / internal parties SA5. beware of men, equipment and funds used to plan for irrigation water SA6. write a report on planned treatments Learning skills The user / person at work needs to know and understand how to do it: SA7. read and interpret the programmed network net SA8. read internal information documents sent to internal parties SA9. learn about the latest tools and techniques that apply to SA10. read the different types of data collected from the second and first sources SA11. read various brochures and books on communication technology (listening and speaking skills) The user / person at work needs to know and understand how to do this: SA12. liaising with group leader and SA13 members. listen to and understand the information provided by Speaker SA14. ask a question to the manager, team members and farmers
understanding treatment needs and options SA15. recount good practices and experiences with community institutions and farmers (public speaking) B. Developing Professional Skills To make the user / person at work need to know and understand that: SB1. select compatible and active marine data sets and apply the same in SB2 therapeutic design. analyze and classify data collected and select appropriate treatment options for the area

Keep records and write reports related to watershed engineering:

In order to be effective, that person must be able to: PC1. establish a record-keeping system for paid work by volunteers and volunteers (shramdan) and ensure the renewal of the same book  attendance to record the daily visits of individual employees to work on site  a book of measure (MB) in the prescribed format to record rates of pits, soil and stone blocks, ditches, ditches, foundations excavation etc. on the farm) medical register smart PC2 boards. prepare a report of physical and financial progress and therefore about the same submission to the water committee, the water manager and the financial agency document and the keeping of the related records In order to be effective, one must be able to: PC3. establish a prescribed record keeping system to monitor the impacts during and after the project. Low water level in springs: once a month at selected sources from different parts of the water  Production of different crop plants at different times of the year  details of rainfall from the rainfall installed in the water area or in a government climate center near PC4. ensure the renewal of a display board placed in a public place for physical and financial continuity and relevant records such as activity map, rain, cropping plan, etc.

Organizational Context (Knowledge of the company / organization and its processes):

The user / person at work needs to know and understand: KA1. measurement and recording systems followed by KA2. job responsibilities / tasks and standard operating procedures

Core Skills/ Generic Skills:

The user / person at work needs to know and understand how to do this: SA1. record the information transmitted by the SA2 manager. chalk down action plan SA3. write a report on the procedures and tools used SA4. write information documents to internal departments / internal parties SA5. beware of men, equipment and funds used to plan for irrigation water SA6. write a report on planned treatments Learning skills The user / person at work needs to know and understand how to do it: SA7. read and interpret the programmed network net SA8. read internal information documents sent to internal parties SA9. learn about the latest tools and techniques that apply to SA10. read the different types of data collected from the second and first sources SA11. read various brochures and books on communication technology (listening and speaking skills) The user / person at work needs to know and understand how to do this: SA12. liaising with group leader and SA13 members. listen to and understand the information provided by Speaker SA14. ask a question to the manager, team members and farmers
understanding treatment needs and options SA15. recount good practices and experiences with community institutions and farmers (public speaking) B. Developing Professional Skills To make the user / person at work need to know and understand that: SB1. select compatible and active marine data sets and apply the same in SB2 therapeutic design. analyze and classify data collected and select the most appropriate treatment options Location Plan and edit The user / person at work needs to know and understand that: SB3. planning, evaluating and organizing the tasks assigned to the SB4 team leader. organize the people, equipment and funds needed for operations

SB5. plan and organize farmers through a comprehensive planning process Customer value The user / employee needs to know and understand: SB6. to develop relationships with communities, community centers and farmers in SB7 water villages. understand and act on community / farmer concerns and priorities Problem solving The user / employee needs to know and understand how to do this: SB8. identify underground areas and problems in the social and political spheres in the water and find solutions to them to solve what has happened. Analytical Thinking The user / person at work needs to know and understand how to do this: SB9. use background information and knowledge to identify and analyze changing social conditions and the potential impact on project planning and implementation of SB10. I can discuss these issues with farmers and community centers to find possible solutions Critical thinking The user / person at work needs to know and understand: SB11. use common sense and make daily judgments SB12. use thinking and feeling skills to detect any problems that may arise during the operation

Guidelines for Assessment:

  1. Criteria for assessment for each Qualification Pack will be created by the Sector Skill Council. Each
    Performance Criteria (PC) will be assigned marks proportional to its importance in NOS. SSC will also lay down
    proportion of marks for Theory and Skills Practical for each PC
  2. The assessment for the theory part will be based on knowledge bank of questions created by the SSC
  3. Individual assessment agencies will create unique question papers for theory part for each candidate at each
    examination/training center (as per assessment criteria below)
  4. Individual assessment agencies will create unique evaluations for skill practical for every student at each
    examination/training center based on this criteria
  5. To pass the Qualification Pack, every trainee should score a minimum of 70% in aggregate
  6. In case of successfully passing only certain number of NOS’s, the trainee is eligible to take subsequent
    assessment on the balance NOS’s to pass the Qualification Pack