Tehri Dam Case Study

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COURSE NO. : - OPS500-10256201406 SUBMITTED BY: - VIVEK CHAUDHARY DUE DATE: - 02/04/2015 INSTRUCTOR’S NAME: - Mr. Anupam Bhasin 1. Ques 1:- Identify the stakeholders. The stakeholders of water resource projects would include individuals or group of entities who may be affected by the water resource project during its conception, construction, and operation and who, in turn, may also influence the future course of the project. Unlike business concerns, both social and ecological elements are always a part of the direct action environment of water resource projects. Thus, human as well as nonhuman entities are called stakeholders of a water resource project if the quality of their existence is affected by the construction and/or operation of the project. Even non-living entities such as topographical or archaeological elements of an affected place can become stakeholders of the project because of their silent capacity to arouse human action. In Tehri dam project major stake holder were the peoples involve in environment organization, people of local villages/rural area and the seismologists, government officials from TBVSS. Ques 2:- Plot the stakeholders on a Power-Interest Matrix. The Power-Interest Matrix Power: High Environmental Organization Officials Seismologists Power: Low Local Persons Supreme Court Interest: Low Interest: High Ques 3:- Prepare a stakeholder management plan in tabular form which should include: Stakeholders are the people and organizations whose attitudes and actions have an impact on the success of your project or your company. stakeholders include employees, labor unions, suppliers, customers, business partners, investors and shareholders, the local community, government authorities and regulators. Different stakeholders have different interests, attitudes and priorities.

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