It generates the roster of turn for an outlet which is flowing (water) 24X7 or 168 hours towards the area under command or agricutural area (to be irrigated). The area under command is differentially owned by different individual farmers. The Outlet runs for free of cost to irrigate the area under command 24X7. So, flow time of the outlet has to be divided based on an area owned by an individual farmer and the location of his land or farm. This roster is known as 'warabandi' and its generation in agriculture practices is a very tedious task. Calculations of time in microseconds are more error-prone, especially whenever it is performed by hands. That division of flow time for an individual farmer can be calculated by 'warabandi'. However, it generates a full publishable report for an outlet and all the farmers who have farms subjected to be irrigated. It reduces error risk and makes a more reproducible roster. For more details about warabandi system you can found elsewhere in Bandaragoda DJ(1995) < https://publications.iwmi.org/pdf/H_17571i.pdf>.