Natural Resources Data Management System (NRDMS)

Introduction

Vision

Genesis of NRDMS

Need of NRDMS

Objectives

Methodology

GIS

District NRDMS

Geospatial Database

Major outputs

Major Applications

Other Applications

Activities during 2009-10

Activities during 2008-09

Enduser Interaction

Location of District NRDMS

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District NRDMS Activities

 

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Introduction

The Council initiated the Karnataka Natural Resources Data Management System (NRDMS) program in 1992 and since then established District NRDMS Centers in all the State with active support and funding from Department of Science & Technology (DST) Government of India and Government of Karnataka. NRDMS program is a multi-disciplinary and multi-institutional program of the Council aimed at developing methodologies for building and promoting the use of spatial data management and analysis technologies in local area planning. The initial approach of planning based on macro level assessment of resources did not yield the desired results. The introduction of the concept of spatial planning to micro-levels by the Planning commission paved the way for evolution of NRDMS program. The vision of the NRDMS program during its inception was to provide S&T inputs for operationalising the concept of decentralized planning of the country by developing computer compatible spatial databases on natural resources, socio and agro-economic parameters to further the concept of area specific decentralized planning.

Resource knowledge and resource inventory is crucial to spatial planning. At the core of this concept lies an integrated approach to planning in contrast to the sectoral method. This requires a detailed knowledge of the interrelations and interdependencies between various sectors to resolve often-conflicting demands. This leads to a requirement for appropriate data management and analyzing tools and techniques and a large matrix of sectoral data, in digital format, on natural resources, demography, socio-economy etc. and integrating them to generate appropriate information/applications required for plan preparation.

The district NRDMS centers since inception have created an exhaustive database of natural resources, socio-economic parameters, infrastructure etc. The NRDMS centres are providing analyzed/value added information to planners and administrators besides developing applications using geo-spatial technologies suitable for local level planning. The NRDMS centers are providing need-based information to users such as elected bodies, district administration and planners through maps, charts, tables, and reports etc., on spatial and non-spatial data.

Vision

Enabling people, communities and institutions of local-self governance with requisite databases and S & T tools for informed participation in local self-governance.

The corresponding goals of the Programme to realize the above vision could be the following:

To strengthen the S&T inputs in developing tools and techniques for integrated resource and infrastructure capacity building at various levels for planning and implementation in a spatio-temporal context in a multi-level framework below the district.

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Genesis of NRDMS

The balanced regional development and effective implementation of the basic needs of our society depends on the planning process which was initially the sectoral approach confined to the central level. This accentuated the inter and intra-regional disparities in the development and hence there was necessity to decentralize the planning process to smaller area units. During the VIII five-year plan a special emphasis was rightly given to the concept of decentralized planning. While adopting the seventy third and seventy fourth constitutional amendment acts (1992), a set of specific items covering various sectors viz., land, water, agro-economy etc., were identified. Concerned agencies were required to prepare and implement integrated development schemes. This growing urge for decentralizing the process and practice of planning prompted to take a fresh look at methods of data management.

In line with the above policy, the Natural Resources Data Management System (NRDMS) project was launched by the Department of Science and Technology, Government of India.

The basic imperative behind evolving NRDMS are:

1. Large diversity of spatial data.
2. Many types of data are used for more than one purpose by more than one user.
3. Utility of data set may be greatly enhanced by merging or linking it with other data sets.
4. Reliability / consistency can be enhanced by correlating different parameters.
5. Many organisations are involved in data collection and updating.
6. Need for standardisation / compatibility of procedures of data collection and adoption.
7. Need to improve the utilisation of data for decision making.

The overall objective of the NRDMS is to increase the efficiency of utilization of resources through the application of scientific management principles and Geographical Information System [GIS] technology.

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Need of NRDMS

  • Large diversity of spatial data.

  • Many types of data are used for more than one purpose by more than one user.

  • Utility of data set may be greatly enhanced by merging or linking it with other data sets.

  • Reliability / consistency can be enhanced by correlating different parameters.

  • Many organisations are involved in data collection and updating.

  • Need for standardisation / compatibility of procedures of data collection and adoption.

  • Need to improve the utilisation of data for decision making.

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Objectives

  • To develop, demonstrate methods/techniques and tools for operationalsing the concept of "Decentralized (Local level) Planning" using geospatial technologies.

  • To provide value added information for district level planning using geospatial database.

  • Development of integrated digital database for generating

  1. Resource profiles

  2. Query-based information

  3. Static and dynamic outputs based on Spatial Decision Support System (SDSS).

  • Interaction through workshops with line department officials and stakeholders at multi-level to assess their information needs in implementing the schemes and capacity building.

  • To develop local specific applications using GIS tools.

  • To create awareness among end-users about the utility of GIS technologies by conducting regular training programs and workshops.

  • Documentation and dissemination.

  • To establish district NRDMS centers in all the districts to develop database and applications that are relevant to planning and administration.

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NRDMS Methodology

NRDMS programme aims to analyze the evolution of methodologies and techniques for formulating development strategies. In a scenario of large diversity of data sets, data users and data generating agencies, the programme aims at developing and demonstrating the use of spatial decision support tools for integrated planning and management of resources at the local level. The NRDMS programme uses both maps and textual data collected from various data generating agencies and remote sensing sources. Maps are digitized and stored on a computer as a series of thematic data layers. Depending on the real unit of planning, maps on 1:250,000, 1:50,000 and cadastral scales are utilized. Data on natural resources, demography, agro & socio-economy and infrastructural facilities for a district form the core database. Those pertaining to specific problems of an area constitute the sectoral database. Textual data obtained from secondary sources are normally stored with village as a unit. Data gaps are filled in by limited primary surveys. Various decision support systems \ modules built into the system help process the data and generate alternative scenarios for making optimal planning decisions. Outputs in the form of thematic maps, tables and reports based on spatial analysis are obtained from the database as per the user requirements.

The diagram below indicates broadly the methodology adopted in the NRDMS project.

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Geographical Information System [GIS]

A geographic information system (GIS), captures, stores, analyzes, manages, and presents data that is linked to location. Technically, GIS is geographic information systems which includes mapping software and its application with remote sensing, land surveying, aerial photography, geo-positioning system, mathematics, photogrammetry, geography, and tools that can be implemented with GIS software. GIS applications are tools that allow users to create interactive queries (user created searches), analyze spatial information, edit data, maps, and present the results of all these operations.

GIS have taken advantage of rapid developments in Information technology over the past several decades to address the spatial challenges of storing and analyzing spatial data. GIS belongs to the class of computer systems that require the building of large databases before they actually become useful. Actually, the use of a GIS requires that large spatial database be created, appropriate hardware / software be procured and installed, applications be developed, installed, integrated and tested before users can use the GIS and realize the benefit.

The role of a GIS in a government setup is more than simply automating a few obvious tasks for the sake of efficiency. A local government or zilla panchayath should view the GIS project as an opportunity to introduce fundamental change into the way its business is conducted. Just as MIS / EIS in corporate business world, the adoption of GIS effectively reorganises the data and information that the government collects, maintains and uses to conduct its affairs. This will lead to major changes in the institution both effectiveness and efficiency of operations. NRDMS uses corporate database concept to integrate GIS data for all units of Zilla Panchayath participating in a co-operative GIS program. Establishing the corporate database is much more a question of policy, management co-operation and co-ordination.

An effective corporate database does require co-operation on the part of all users, both for collection and entry of data in the database and in developing applications in a shared data context. This may result in some individual applications or uses being less efficient, however the overall benefits to the organization can easily out weigh these inefficiencies. Greater emphasis must be placed on maintaining a high quality of data and services to users.

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District NRDMS centres and their year of Establishment

 

Sl.
No.

NRDMS Centres

Year of Establishment

1.

Bijapur

1993-1994

2. 

Dakshina Kannada

1992-1993

3.

Dharwad

1992-1993

4.

Mysore

1992-1993

5.

Gulbarga

1993-1994

6.

Uttara Kannada

1993-1994

7.

Belgaum

1994-1995

8.

Hassan

1994-1995

9.

Kolar

1994-1995

10.

Shimoga

1994-1995

11.

Bangalore Rural

1996-1997

12.

Raichur

1997-1998

13.

Tumkur

1997-1998

14.

Bellary

2001-2002

15.

Mandya

2001-2002

16.

Coorg

2001-2002

17.

Bangalore Urban

2006-2007

18.

Bidar

2006-2007

19.

Chikmagalur

2006-2007

20.

Chitradurga

2006-2007

21.

Bagalkote

2007-2008

22.

Gadag

2007-2008

23.

Haveri

2007-2008

24.

Koppal

2007-2008

25.

Davangere

2007-2008

26.

Udupi

2007-2008

27.

Chamarajanagar

2007-2008

28.

Chikballapur

2008-2009

29.

Ramanagara

2008-2009

  30. Yadgir 2009-2010

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Geospatial database
generated by District NRDMS centres on 1:50,000

Taluk Level Data

1. Boundaries

  • Gram Panchayath Boundary

  • Hobli Boundary

  • Taluk Panchayath Boundary

  • Zilla Panchayath Boundary

  • Village Boundary

2. Headquarters

  • Gram Panchayath Headquarters

  • Hobli Headquarters

  • Taluk Panchayath Headquarters

3. Settlements

4. Facilities

  • Bank Facilities

  • Communication Facilities

  • Credit Societies Facilities

  • Drinking Water Facilities

  • Educational Facilities

  • Medical Facilities

  • Post And Telegraph Facilities

  • Recreational And Cultural Facilities etc.

District Level Data

5. Boundaries

  • Gram Panchayath Boundary

  • Hobli Boundary

  • Taluk Panchayath Boundary

  • Zilla Panchayath Boundary

  • Village Boundary

6. Headquarters

  • Gram Panchayath Headquarters

  • Hobli Headquarters

7. Settlements

8. Facilities

  • Communication Facilities

  • Credit Societies Facilities

  • Drinking Water Facilities

  • Educational Facilities

  • Medical Facilities

  • Post And Telegraph Facilities

  • Recreational And Cultural Facilities, etc.

State Level Data

  • Agro-Climatic Zones

  • Taluk/District Boundary

  • District Head Quarters

  • Division Boundary

  • Division Head Quarters

  • Geology

  • Meteorological Station

  • Parliamentary Constituencies

  • Legislative Assembly Constituencies

  • Rail network

  • Reservoir

  • Rain gauge Station

  • River

  • Drainage

  • Basin Boundary

  • Catchment Boundary

  • Sub catchment Boundary

  • Subdivision Boundary

  • Sub watershed Boundary

  • Tanks

  • National Highway

  • State Highway

  • Major district road

  • Other District Roads

  • Village roads

  • Airport etc.,

Non spatial Database (linked to village maps)

2001 Census Data (part I and part II)

Samanya Mahiti data - 21 sectors -357 fields (Infrastructure & Developmental activities Habitation wise) - Part of the data will be integrated.

Line department data

Themes for Attribute Data:

  • Groundwater (quality, depth to water table) 

  • Climate (pressure, temperature, humidity, rainfall)

  • Demography (population, literacy & levels of education, occupation)

  • Socioeconomic (industry, developmental activity)

  • Agro-economy (land utilisation, land ownership pattern, area under principal crops, irrigation, agricultural implements, animal husbandry)

  • Infrastructure (communication, drinking water, educational facility, electricity, financial institutions, markets, medical facilities & public health, transport, veterinary services etc.)

  • Miscellaneous recreation & tourism etc.

First Decade (1992-2002)

At the local level, necessary institutional changes were brought about during this period to ensure people's participation in the planning process. As per the provisions of the 73rd and 74th constitutional amendments, different State Governments constituted a three tier system of local bodies at district (Zilla Panchayath), block (Panchayath Samiti) and village (Gram Sabha) levels at rural areas and Municipalities (Nagarpalikas) at urban areas. Mandates of such local level bodies are to collect revenues, draw up and implement integrated development schemes. The VIII 5 Year- Plan (1990-95) of Planning Commission suggested that the developmental plans should be drawn up at the local level (district and below) taking into account the physical and human endowments of the area, felt needs of the people and funds available .Entry of GIS in India during late 80's and launching of Indian Remote Sensing Satellite during 1987 guided the evolution of the NRDMS programme during this decade. The programme was looked upon as a major initiative for introduction of Geospatial technologies and tools in the local level planning of the State.

In this context, the goals were focused towards :

  1. Development of spatial data management technologies for integrated rural development planning and

  2. Demonstration of utility of spatial data tools in local level decision making. Adoption of Geographical Information System (GIS) as the core of NRDMS methodology for locale specific problem solving was made explicit. Forging linkages with users at different levels was introduced as one of the objectives for dissemination of NRDMS methodology.

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Major Outputs of the NRDMS programme in the first decade (1992- 2002)

  1. Improved procedures for data collection, collation and processing at local level developed.

  2. Indigenous GIS package GRAM extensively used for customization and application development.

  3. Spatial Decision Support Systems for health, education, watershed, tourism and infrastructure developed.

  4. User- friendly interfaces developed for language conversion, visualization and spatial applications.

  5. Spatial district resource profiles and user specified applications developed and demonstrated at district level in selected sectors of infrastructure location/management, health, natural resource management, election management etc.

  6. Seventeen district NRDMS centre established.

  7. Availability of the Core Expertise in Spatial Data Management in Panchayath Raj Institutions/Districts / State.

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Major Applications:

  • Location/allocation of health facilities : The purpose of this application is to locate existing health facilities and indicate up-gradation / new location of medical facilities as per the health department norms.

  • Education Management and Information System : The purpose of this application is to locate existing educational facilities in the district and to indicate upgradation / location of new education centres as per the norms of the education department.

  • Tourism information system : This is to provide the information for the tourist and to help the decision makers to improve the infrastructure facilities in the districts to promote tourism development.

 

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Other Applications

  Administrative support district administration during emergencies

  Infrastructure location/allocation

  Disaster management system

  Flood affected villages & location of flood relief centers

  Election information system for general & local bodies

  Education Information system

  Health Information system

  Gram Panchayath information system

  Prioritization of Rural water supply for augmentation

  Rejuvenation of MI Tanks

  Prioritization of watershed

  Drinking water quality maps & Fluoride affected areas

  Tourism information system

  Village Assets Information System

  Police information system

  District resource and infrastructure profiles etc.

 

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Activities of district NRDMS centre activities during 2009-10

  • District level user interaction workshops have been conducted on "Web based Geographic Information System" to create awareness among end user in the utility of geospatial database through Internet. During these workshops the utility of the GeoPortal was demonstrated to the end users for planning and management of resources. The Council conducted district level workshops in twenty four districts of the State. The activities of the NRDMS program and the web based GeoPortal evoked good response among the district officials. Several requests were received during the workshop to take up activities utilizing geospatial technologies to developmental programs and also to provide a detailed technical / project reports to plan the resources and infrastructure.

  • The NRDMS Centres have prepared Technical reports containing basic information and arrangements made in Bye-Elections - 2005 as well as Gram Panchayath elections held during 2009-10. The work involved generating Legislative Assembly / Gram Panchayath constituency wise location and jurisdiction of polling stations with numbers and type of polling booths along with route maps to carry polling personnel and materials as required by election authorities, Election Commission and Observers.

  • Preparation of Status report on rainfall, crops, ground water table in comparison with previous years and drinking water facilities.

  • Detailed project report as per the requirement of Sericulture department on mulberry cultivation and projected area of its cultivation by the year 2020.

  • Prepared Project Implementation Programme report under Total Sanitation Campaign project of Government of India. The report included necessary inputs for TSC program by incorporating drinking water and sanitation facilities of villages selected under this programme.

  • District centres have been continuously supporting both central and state supported development programs like NREGA, Backward Region Grant Fund (BRGF), Suvarna Gramodaya program, Integrated Wastelands Development Programme (IWDP), National Watershed Development Programme in Rain fed Area (NWDPRA) and NABARD assisted watershed program etc.

  • Crime mapping of several City Municipalities for based on intensity of crime, availability of police stations etc.

  • Development of GIS based district rural road plan for link roads. In several districts the habitations are wide spread, and these habitations are connected to major roads by roads called link roads. This study indicated the current status of various categories of roads, their connectivity to habitations and other related matters regarding the road network of especially coastal districts. Nearly 30% of the road finance goes for road development in these districts. This project is mainly carried out to focus mainly on rural road network connectivity.

  • Postal Code mapping with region and limits of Post office for several North Karnataka districts.

  • Technical support to district planning in resource mapping using high resolution satellite imageries, GPS etc., specifically in Gulbarga, Dakshina Kannada, Gadag, Tumkur and Chitradurga.

  • NRDMS centres are providing analysed spatial information to support district planning activities mainly in the areas of education, health, infrastructure, watersheds based on local specific problems.

  • Preparation of safer zone for Stone crushing in several districts of the state for Mines and Geology department based on the guidelines provided by the district authorities.

  • Water quality and quantity analysis for the State has been taken up and the Council has completed the generation of spatial maps for few selected districts under Jal Nirmal program.

  • Digital Tourism ATLAS for the state of Karnataka showing tourist information like religious place / water falls / hill stations / adventure sport / national parks / bird sanctuary / monuments / forts / reservoirs etc., has been completed.

  • NRDMS centres are providing analysed spatial information to support district planning activities mainly in the areas of education, health, infrastructure, watersheds based on local specific problems etc.

Activities during 2008-09:

  1. Publishing of Resource and Infrastructure profiles for district level planning.

  2. Creation of seamless geo-spatial database has been completed for the State.

  3. Providing analyzed value added information in the form of reports, images, pictures, charts and tables to support district planning activities mainly in the areas of education, health, infrastructure, watershed, GP wise resources etc.

  4. Facilitating in the preparation of action plans using GIS technologies.

  5. NRDMS centre are advising and assisting district offices in IT related activities/planning.

  6. Geospatial database used for infrastructure facilities planning such as location of hospitals, schools, post offices, police stations, fair price shops, polling booths for elections, roads, etc., have been developed to aid the district planners and administrators.

  7. Developed a high resolution resource and infrastructure database for few selected villages identified under Suvarna Gramodaya program to support local level planning.

  8. General Elections 2008-09: The general elections for Karnataka legislative assembly, 2008 & parliamentary elections, 2009 were conducted based on the delimitations of new legislative assembly boundaries as per directions of Election Commission of India. In this connection State Election Commission directed all the Deputy Commissioners of the State to utilize the services of GIS facilities available at respective NRDMS centres to speed up the process of preparing Legislative/Parliamentary Constituency maps based on delimitation of constituencies. The preparation of the assembly constituencies involve the process of coding of old and new polling stations, villages/wards coming under constituencies and adding the voters strength. It also requires the Route maps, Hobli/Gram Panchayath details for the Returning and Presiding Officers, for both administrative and electoral purpose. The District NRDMS centres with the help of State NRDMS Center have prepared required Assembly Constituency Boundary maps with above contents and submitted to the respective Deputy Commissioner and State Election Commission. The technical officers of NRDMS district centers are also the part of the core team that is carrying out the tasks of the electoral process in the respective districts. The information prepared by the NRDMS centers has been appreciated by the Election Offices at the State as well as the districts.

  9. The State Planning Board and Directorate of Economics and Statistics (DES) have jointly taken up the task of preparing "Planning Atlas of Karnataka" in the form of pictorial representation and statistical information on development indicators. The Planning Atlas of Karnataka mainly depicts development indicators in the country as well as different districts/regions of Karnataka. The Council prepared spatial database on development indicators on the request of DES. The Council also took up the task of compiling and printing of planning Atlas of Karnataka.

 

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End User Interactions:

In each district there are several line departments, which are responsible for implementing the various schemes and programmes of the State and Central Government. These departments come under the direct control of Zilla Panchayath and the Deputy Commissioner office. The planning is done at the Zilla Panchayath level and also in some cases Deputy Commissioners level. Lot of information is required in planning an activity. Hence the NRDMS district centers are assisting the planning and executing bodies in providing these information and also help them in preparing their plans using GIS based technology. In this connection several workshops and training programmes have organized by the NRDMS centers to create an awareness of GIS technologies. The Council conducted user level workshops in all the districts of the State in the year 2007 - 08 to create awareness among end users in the utilisation of geospatial technologies in planning.

 

 

 

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Location of district NRDMS centres and
officers responsible for those districts

 

DISTRICT NRDMS EMPLOYEES E-mail ID's and PHONE NUMBERS

Sl No

Name

District Name

Postal Address and
E-mail ID'S

Phone Numbers

1.

Chandrashekhar K Gund

Bagalkot

 

District NRDMS Center
O/o Zilla Panchayath

Bagalkot District
Bagalkot - 587 102

Email : chandu.gis@gmail.com

8722644254

2.

D. R. Ramesh

Bangalore Rural

District NRDMS Center
O/o Zilla Panchayath
Kempegowda Road
Bangalore Rural Dsitrict
Bangalore - 560 009

Email: ramesh_1158@hotmail.com

9741011636

3.

K. V. Shiva Kumar

Bangalore Urban

District NRDMS Center
B'lore Urban Zilla Panchayath
S. Kariappa Road

Banashankari
Bangalore Urban District

Bangalore - 560 070

kumarkv_8@yahoo.co.in

kumarkv.1958@gmail.com

080-26710590

9845985968

4.

Manjunath S Totad

Belgaum

District NRDMS Center
O/o Zilla Panchayath
Belgaum District
Belgaum - 590 002

manju_esrm@yahoo.co.in

manjustotad@gmail.com

9986489812

5.

Ramachandra Reddy G B

Bellary

 

District NRDMS Center
O/o Zilla Panchayath
Fort,
Bellary District
Bellary - 583 102

ramachandragis@gmail.com

9342432806

6.

Bapugouda S Patil

Bidar

 

District NRDMS Center
O/o Zilla Panchayath

Bidar District
Bidar - 585 328

bapugoudapatil.gis@gmail.com

9964181458

7.

Kethan Kumar P

Bijapur

District NRDMS Centre
O/o Zilla Panchayath
Bijapur District
Bijapur - 586 103

kethan26@rediffmail.com

kethangk@gmail.com

9738941036

8.

Karthik M S

Chamarajanagar

District NRDMS Center
O/o Zilla Panchayath
Chamrajnagar District
Chamrajnagar - 571 313

karthikms81@gmail.com

9743982370

7899023494

9.

Manjula R Chandugol

Chickballapur

District NRDMS Center
O/o Zilla Panchayath
Chikkaballapur
District
Chikkaballapur - 562101

manjuchn25@gmail.com

manju.chan@rediffmail.com

9743223675

8123326100

10.

Basavaraj Barki

Chickmagalur

 

District NRDMS Center
O/o Zilla Panchayath
Chikkamaglur District
Chi
ckmagalur - 577 101

barkibasu@gmail.com

9901769269

11.

Chandrashekhar T

Chitradurga

 

District NRDMS Center
O/o Zilla Panchayath
Chitradurga District
Chitradurga - 577 501

chandrugirish@gmail.com

9986640237

12.

Gangadharappa R

Davangere

 

District NRDMS Center
O/o Zilla Panchayath

Davangere District
Davangere - 577 005

gangumgm@gmail.com

9980262083

13.

Pratibha V Hubballi

Dharwad

District NRDMS Center
O/o Zilla Panchayath

Dharwad District
Dharwad - 580 008

pratimhsh@gmail.com

prati_mah@yahoo.co.in

9036557146

14.

Omkar Kori

Gadag

District NRDMS Center
O/o Zilla Panchayath

Mulgund Naka
Gadag District
Gadag - 582 101

okomdeepkori62@gmail.com

kori378@gmail.com

9591507752

15.

Sandeep S Patil

Gulbarga

District NRDMS Center
O/o Zilla Panchayath
Jagat Circle
Gulbarga District
Gulbarga - 585 101

sanpatilgis@gmail.com

9844865650

08472-240202

16.

Mr. H.R. Phalanetra

Hassan

District NRDMS Center
O/o Zilla Panchayath
B.M. Road
Hassan District
Hassan - 573 201

netra_hrp@yahoo.co.in

netra.hrp@gmail.com

9448957488

17.

Pradeep V Hegde

Haveri

 

District NRDMS Center
O/o Zilla Panchayath

Haveri District
Haveri - 581 110

hegde.mrsa@gmail.com

9916830231

18.

Anil R Naik

Karwar

District NRDMS Center
O/o Zilla Panchayath
Uttar Kannada District
Karwar - 581 301

anilrnaik@gmail.com

9448100413

19.

Niranjan Kumar R

Kolar

 

District NRDMS Center
O/o Zilla Panchayath
DOR Building 1st Floor
D.C. office Compound
Kolar District
Kolar - 563 101

niranroshan@gmail.com

9986351677

20.

Guruswamy P

Koppal

District NRDMS Center
O/o Zilla Panchayath
Koppal District
Koppal - 583 231

swamy.guru1@gmail.com

9449792753

8050106996

21.

Kiran Raj K

Madikeri

 

District NRDMS Center
O/o Zilla Panchayath
Kodagu Zilla Panchayath
Madikeri District

Madikeri - 571 201

krshetty20@gmail.com

9731528209

22.

Pradeep Kumar B M

Mandya

 

District NRDMS Center
O/o Zilla Panchayath
Mandya District
Mandya - 571 401

geopradeep@rediffmail.com

9341151618

23.

Mamatha K S

Mangalore

District NRDMS Center
O/o Zilla Panchayath
Dakshina Kannada District
Mangalore-575006

mamtha_avani@yahoo.com

mamtha.avani@gmail.com

9740550459

24.

Vinodha M

Mysore

 

District NRDMS Center
O/o Zilla Panchayath
Mysore District
Mysore - 570 005

vinodh.nrdms@gmail.com

9844942930

25.

Mohammad Farook Ali

Raichur

 

District NRDMS Center
O/o Zilla Panchayath
Raichur District
Raichur - 584 101

gescom_bits786@yahoo.com

8904220137

26.

D. Akshaya

Ramanagara

 

District NRDMS Center
O/o Zilla Panchayath
Ramanagar District
Ramanagar - 571 511

akshayakshi8@gmail.com

9686983530

27.

Shankar P

Shimoga

 

District NRDMS Center
O/o Zilla Panchayath
Shimoga District
Shimoga - 577 201

nrdms.shimoga@gmail.com

9980064163

28.

Shruthi M N

Tumkur

 

District NRDMS Center
O/o Zilla Panchayath
Tumkur District
Tumkur - 571 201

shruthi.meda5@gmail.com

9902552524

29.

Vikram R

Udupi

District NRDMS Center
O/o Zilla Panchayath
Udupi District
Udupi - 576 101

vikram_06smg@yahoo.co.in

9481813495

9880908516

30.

R Siddha Reddy

Yadgir

District NRDMS Center
Planning Section
Opp. Methodist Church
Court Road
O/o Zilla Panchayath
Yadgir District
Yadgir - 585 201

siddha_redd@rediffmail.com

reddysiddha33@gmail.com

9060644933

9242886214

 

 

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Mr. H. Hemanth Kumar

Principal Investigator - NRDMS

Karnataka State Council for Science and Technology

Indian Institute of Science Campus, Bangalore - 560 012

Phone: 080 23341652, 23314396

TeleFax: 23344880

E-mail: hemanth@kscst.iisc.ernet.in

 

 

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