Mukhyamantri Jal Swavlamban Abhiyan is an initiative by Rajasthan Government, which ensures proper implementation of water conservation and water harvesting in rural areas. The major aim of this project is to make every village self-dependant for its water needs and increasing the overall productivity of land.
After the successful execution of first phase, in the second phase of the scheme, along with its successful completion more stress will be laid on the quality of project.
Monitoring of all the tasks in the second phase will involve engineering students, wherein 60 selected civil students from the state will closely analyze the overall project and will be asked to prepare a detailed report by the end of 8th semester. A team of experts will always be present with the Civil Students while they are monitoring the working of MJSA (Mukhyamantri Jal Swavlamban Abhiyan). http://bit.ly/2l6UvQi
Scrutinizing the effectiveness of the whole project under the keen eyes of budding engineers will not only help the management to improve the efficiency of the project but also will encourage the youth of the state to perform well in practical scenarios. With the booming venture of MJSA, Rajasthan has once again come out as a role model for the whole country.