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Dynamic ground water resources of India as on March 2004

Dynamic ground water resources of India as on March 2004

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Published by Central Ground Water Board, Ministry of Water Resources, Govt. of India in Faridabad .
Written in English


The Physical Object
Pagination120 p.
Number of Pages120
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24385748M
LC Control Number2010308041

Overview of ground water in India Ground water resources in the country are assessed at different scales within districts, such as resource was readily available.2 This has resulted in an increase in overall ground water development from 58% in to 62% in , as illustrated in Figure 3. Dynamic Groundwater Resources of India, 91 River Basin-wise Groundwater Potential of the Country 91 State-wise Ultimate Groundwater Irrigation Potential, –2 93 State-wise Groundwater Resource and its Development in India 94 State-wise Frequency of Villages having Irrigation Facility per 1, Villages, and.

• Groundwater levels, fluctuation pattern and comparison with the past, • Groundwater resource availability in the different districts and the changing trends, • Potential and emerging issues in ground water quantity and quality, • Areas for further studies and investigations, • . resource, no book on groundwater can be completed in today in Prediction of Groundwater Resource of India The annual dynamic groundwater resources in NCR is approximately BCM.

Punjab, located in the north west of India, is one of the smallest yet one of the most prosperous states of India. Its name is derived from the Persian words, Punj (five) and ab (water) was a land of five rivers which formed part of Indus Basin till all India basis it is estimated that about 30 per cent of the groundwater potential has been tapped for irrigation and domestic use. The regional situation is very much different and large parts of India have already exploited almost all of their dynamic recharge. Haryana and Punjab have exploited about 94 per cent of their groundwater resources.


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The process of ground water resources assessment as on March, has been taken up by Central Ground Water Board. In view of the wide The National Report on "Dynamic Ground Water Resources of India (As on March, ) is the team work of the officers of CGWB and State compared withparticularly in the areas where future scope.

The report presents the dynamic groundwater resources of India based on Groundwater Estimation Committee (GEC 97) report with base year as It identifies the areas where groundwater development is at low key and the areas where groundwater development is alarmingly high. The estimation for the individual state was jointly done by the groundwater wing of the State Government.

Dynamic Ground Water Resources of India as on Site is designed and hosted by CGWB Contents on this website is published and managed by CGWB, Govt.

of India. This report on “Dynamic Ground Water Resources of Maharashtra ()” presents the groundwater estimates for the State of Maharashtra as computed by the Central Ground Water Board (CGWB) and Groundwater Survey and Development Agency (GSDA) based on the guidelines given by the Groundwater Estimation Committee (GEC) constituted by Ministry of Water Resources (Government of India).

Previous such joint exercises were carried out inand and The assessment involves estimation of dynamic ground water resources or annual replenishable ground water resources (recharge), annual ground water draft (utilization) and the percentage of utilization with respect to recharge (stage of development).

CGWB (a). Dynamic ground water resources of India (As on 31st March ) Faridabad JulyCGWB (). Ground water year book of IndiaCGWB, Ministry of WR, Groundwater Resources of India: Potential, Challenges and Management.

In: Sikdar P. (eds) Groundwater Development and Management. Springer, Cham. Ground water year book India Ground Water Year Book is prepared annually by CGWB depicting changes in ground water regime of the country through different seasons.

It is an effort to obtain information on ground water levels through National compilation on dynamic ground water resources of India, Groundwater is one of the important source of water supply to meet the requirements of National Capital Territory (NCT) of Delhi, India which is a fast developing urban conglomeration.

An assessment of dynamic groundwater resources of NCT Delhi has been attempted based on the methodology known as Ground Water Resources Estimation Methodology.

State-wise Annual Replenishable Ground Water Resource in India (, and ) State-wise Annual Replenishable Ground Water Resource in India (As on March, ) State-wise Ground Water Resources Availability, Utilization and Stage of Development Flood Protection in India (As on March ).

Gupta, A., “Ground water scenario and management options in Uttaranchal state”, Bhu-Jal News, In article [25] Central Ground Water Board. “Ground Water Year Book () Uttarakhand.” Central Ground Water Board, Uttaranchal Region, Ministry of Water Resource, Government of India.

The dynamic component is the annual recharge of aquifers, while the static resource is the groundwater volume available at depth of rock formations, stored over hundreds or thousands of years.

India is one of the few countries engaged in a detailed assessment of the dynamic component at regular intervals since   The Indian Central Ground Water Board (CGWB) and ground water departments of other countries estimate the total rate of groundwater extraction in the Indian+Nepal+Bangladesh portion of the Ganga‐Brahmputra + Indus basins (b+c+d) was ∼ km 3 /yr during the mid‐'s.

This is a difficult number to estimate, since much of the extraction. As per the assessment of Dynamic ground water resources of India (as on 31st March ), the total annual replenishable ground water resources of the have been estimated as billion cubic meter (BCM).

Keeping 36 BCM for natural discharge, the net annual ground water availability for entire country is. Groundwater is the largest liquid freshwater resource of the Earth.

It plays a crucial role in human sustenance and global food security by supporting irrigated agriculture present, India.

As per the assessment, total annual ground water recharge of Rewari district had been assessed to be 42, hectare metre (ham) and annual extractable ground water resources. Water resources in India includes information on precipitation, surface and groundwater storage and hydropower potential.

India experiences an average precipitation of 1, millimetres (46 in) per year, or about 4, cubic kilometres ( cu mi) of rains annually or about 1, cubic metres (61, cu ft) of fresh water per person every year. Furthermore, existence of widespread, elevated concentrations of geogenic As in groundwater has largely reduced the usable groundwater resources of the country (Ahmed et al., ).

More than 80% of tube-wells within shallow aquifers of the major river basins in southern and coastal aquifers have been detected with high As concentrations. Ground Water Resources.

Importance of Ground Water. Present Scenario of Ground Water and Surface Water in Jharkhand. Ground Water Resources Availability, Utilization And Stage Of Development.

Organisational Structure of Ground Water Directorate, Jharkhand Government of India, SHQ Nepal House. Technical Coordination committee for Ground Water Resource Estimation. I express my sincere thanks to members of committee for approval of the report on “Dynamic Ground Water Resources of Madhya Pradesh (As on March‟)”.

Thanks are due Shri sia, SE, Ground Water Survey, Water Resources Department, Government of. Madhya Pradesh is located in the central part of India or metaphorically, the heart of India.

The State of Madhya Pradesh is a land-locked State, bordered on the west by released in the year The estimation was done in the year meeting progress regarding estimation of Dynamic Ground Water Resources as on March.

Groundwater monitoring in India. In India, the groundwater data issue has been examined in detail and there exists a national organization dedicated to the collection and analysis of groundwater data. The case of India is illustrative of the inherent data problems facing any global evaluation of groundwater.

Dynamic Ground Water Resources of India (as on March ) (Ministry of Water Resources, A Snapshot. Occasional Paper No. 58 .An analysis on the groundwater resources of entire India revealed that the annual replenishable groundwater resource of the country is km 3 as on March (CGWB,