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December 2008
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The Masscote application presented here has been initialized through a training workshop in Karnataka for engineers and managers from the KNNL focussing on Ghataprabha Left Bank Canal [GBLC] from 6 to 20 October 2006. The contributions of the working group sessions at this workshop (RAP–MASSCOTE) have been largely included in this report. The MASSCOTE exercise has been further proceed by a team of KNNL, comprising officers from KNNL HQ as well as some officers from the Ghataprabha project itself together with the supporting FAO team composed of Daniel Renault (NRLW-HQ), PS Rao (FAO Delhi) and Thierry Facon (NRLW Bangkok) and at a later stage with inputs from Mr. S. Sijapati consultant (Nepal). This document presents the status of the Masscote application development one year after the workshop.

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