Durgapur Barrage is over the Damodar River at Durgapur in Paschim Bardhaman region in the Indian province of West Bengal. The Damodar River Valley Project on the Damodar River and its primary tributary, the damodar River, is situated in eastern India. The four fundamental multipurpose dams situated at Tilaiya, Konar, Maithon and Panchet were appointed amid 1953-1959. While the four prior dams are controlled by Damodar Valley Corporation, Tenughat Dam is controlled by the Government of Jharkhand.
Durgapur Barrage, built downstream of the considerable number of dams, is controlled by the Government of West Bengal. Durgapur Barrage and the trench organize, was given over to the Government of West Bengal in 1964. The length of left bank fundamental waterway, beginning from Durgapur Barrage, is 136.8 km 85.0 mi and that of the correct bank principle trench is 88.5 km 55.0 mi. Release at set out controller toward left bank trench is 260 cubic meters every second and that for right bank channel is 64.3 cubic meters every second. The aggregate length of fundamental and branch channels is 2,494 kilometers.