Presentation on theme: "Welcome to “World Bank Mission” (05 th – 16 th May, 2014) Hydrology Project Phase - II Gujarat – Ground Water ( GWRDC Ltd ) Narmada, Water Resources, Water."— Presentation transcript:
Welcome to “World Bank Mission” (05 th – 16 th May, 2014) Hydrology Project Phase - II Gujarat – Ground Water ( GWRDC Ltd ) Narmada, Water Resources, Water Supply and Kalpsar Department GANDHINAGAR
Gujarat – Ground Water Status of Financial Progress achieved
Category wise Expenditure under Hydrology Project - II Implementing Agency: Gujarat - Ground Water Sr. No. ItemTotal Provision as per RCT (Oct- 2013) Cumulative Expenditure (Up to Mar - 13) Annual Work Plan 2013-14 Expenditure 2013-14 (Up to Mar.- 2014 Cumulative Expenditure up to Mar.- 2014 1Civil Works 53530 52530 1000174 52704 2Goods 55253 42481 12690 1084953330 3Consultancy 2971 1381 1590481429 4Trainings 6223 3899 22515954494 Total Investment Cost 117977 100290 1753111666111957 5Recurrent 58345 53314 4672384357156 Total Cost (Inv + Rec) 176322 153604 2220315509169113 (Rs. In ‘000’)
Component wise Expenditure under Hydrology Project - II Implementing Agency: Gujarat - Ground Water Co mpt. No. ItemTotal Provision as per RCT (Oct-13) Cumulative Expenditur e up to March - 2013 Annual Work Plan 2013-14 Expend. 2013-14 (Up to Mar.- 2014 Cumulative Expenditure up to Mar.- 2014 I.A Consolidation of HP - I 62765 587285386 3474 62227 I.B Awareness Dissemination & Knowledge Sharing 11389 116172494 830 12264 I.C Implementation Support 41154 354512782 1296 36988 II.A Hydrological Design Aids 73 0 0 II.B Decision Support System 33341 246808485 8493 33173 II.C Purpose Driven Studies 27600 230553057 1415 24387 TOTAL 176322 15360422203 15509 169113 Rs. In ‘000’
FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE: GUJARAT – GW Details of Expenditure up to March, 2014 - (Gujarat - GW) (Rs. In Million) Component Total Provision as per RCT (Oct-2013) Expend. Up to Mar-2013 Approved AWP 2013-14 Expend. during 2013-14 (Up to Mar.- 2014) Cumu. Expend. up to Mar.- 2014 Ground Water Investment Cost117.977100.29017.53111.666111.957 Recurrent Cost58.34553.3144.6723.84357.156 Sub Total - GW176.322153.60422.20315.509169.113
Status of Financial Targets and Achievement Gujarat – Ground Water 5/10/2015Gujarat SW6 Sr. No. DescriptionAmount in Rs. Millions 1Allocation under the project as per PIPRs. 104.406 2Total Base Cost as per Revised Cost Table (Oct. – 13) Rs. 176.322 3Cumulative Expenditure Up to March – 2014 Rs. 169.113 (96%) 4Total Likely cumulative expenditure up to 31 st May 2014 ( As Per AWP 2014-15) Rs. 172.620 (98%) 5Probable Saving (1 - 4)Rs. 3.702 (2%)
Status of Disbursement of Claims (Gujarat – + GW) (Rs. Millions) Category Name Category No. Eligible Expenditure Amount of Claim & Disbursed GW 1234 Civil Works1 52.70447.396 Goods2 53.33052.348 Consultancy3 1.429 Training4 4.4944.277 Operating Cost5 57.15642.662 TOTAL 169.113148.112 Details of Claims of Expenditure disbursed up to March - 2014 Claims of expenditure from January - 2014 to March - 2014 of Rs. 0.727 Million has been submitted to CAAA on 28-03-2014.
Gujarat – Ground Water Major Physical Achievement & Out Come
Upgraded the Piezometer network by Construction of 228 Piezometers, 80 Piezometers in DSS Basin, 16 Piezometers in Porbandar (PDS) district,8 Piezometers and 3 Recharge tube wells in Dharoi RBC(PDS), Procurement of 26 DWLRs and it’s installation in 26 districts Procurement of 11 layers of GIS Data set from BISAG, LISS IV data from NRSA. OSM data of Gujarat state from SOI, ARC GIS software, computer Hard ware and peripherals, Office equipments & Training equipments The end Users oriented Awareness Raising Seminars at District and Taluka level along with publication of informative brochures and Year book up to year 2013
Organization of study tours for knowledge and experience sharing. Establishment of DSS cell at Ground Water Division - 1,Ahmedabad Awareness for HIS Data increases day by day http://gwrdc.gujarat.gov.in/ has been developed with the assistance of National Informatics Centre (NIC). It is also regularly updated and linked with departmental website http://guj-nwrws.gujarat.gov.in/.http://guj-nwrws.gujarat.gov.in/
Significant change in availability and reliability of Ground water Data led to Ground water development and Management planers more appropriately & economically. Establishment of Computer based systems, detailed data quality control systems, Coordination with central agencies, specially trained staff by Training programmes is essential to improve accuracy and reliability of data. Awareness Raising Programmes are very useful to improve interaction between data providers and data users.
DSS(P) tools can be useful to understand Ground water resources issues within a river basin after Fine Tuning of application and with good support from NIH. The PDS study on Coastal Groundwater Dynamics and Management in the Saurashtra Region has benefited from the involvement of NIH scientists. The steps have been taken for strengthening of Ground water Monitoring Network by establishing network of 2154 piezometers in entire state, but there is still need for data quality improvement Programme and implementation of Real Time Monitoring Systems.
: TRAININGS : SUMMARY OF TRAINING PROGRAMS CONDUCTED UNDER HP-II Sr NoYearTraining Programs Conducted by Central Agencies In-house Programs Conducted by State IAs & Central Agencies Total No of Programs No of Participant s No of Programs No of Participant s No of Programs No of Participant s 12006-2007153446819102 22007-2008142748618113 32008-2009116973618105 42009-2010183937521114 52010-20112452128536137 62011-201211254341559 72012-20131534712222156 82013-201415286682196 TOTAL12330847574170882
VERTICAL EXTENTION II.B. Decision Support System – Planning (DSS-P) II.C. Purpose Driven Studies (PDS)
II.B. Decision Support System – Planning (DSS-P) Mahi Basin (Gujarat State Portion ) had been selected as State Pilot Basin. The components of DSS - Planning are: Conjunctive surface water & ground water planning. Ground water management Seasonal Planning for Ground Water Artificial Recharge Drought Management
Status of Modeling activities: Applications developed using available tools. The ground water planning application developed in Patadungri, Machhanala, Umaria & Limkheda catchment as a test case to Predict how to manage ground water supply. Ground water Seasonal planning application is developed in Patadungri catchment as a test case to predict the how much groundwater is available at Pre monsoon based on the groundwater level at post monsoon. Application on Artificial Recharge is developed in Machhanala catchment. The application is useful to know how groundwater depth would vary with and without the artificial recharge in climatic variation.
Status of Modeling activities Contd. The Application on conjunctive use of surface and Ground water developed for Patadungri catchment to test the performance of the utilization of groundwater and canals in dry, average, and wet years and to predict how this affects the groundwater in the long run. The interfaces provided by the DSS-P consultants, to populate results for following applications, are being evaluated for their suitability: Conjunctive use Artificial Recharge
II. C. Purpose Driven Studies Two Purpose Driven Studies have been taken up. 1) Coastal Ground water dynamics and Management in the Saurashtra Region, in collaboration with NIH : To simulate transport of saltwater in coastal aquifer system numerically & study impact of existing aquifer management practices on gw regime 2) Ground Water Management in Water Logged Area of Dharoi project command (RBC) project and Strategy to maintain Harmony on water levels of perched aquifer with deep Aquifer: To study the Geohydrology of perched and deeper aquifer systems & the possibility of recharge tube wells for inter- aquifer transmission of water
Study Area, Coastal Saurashtra, Gujarat Location Lat 21 o 0’ - 22 o 20’ N Long 71 o 22’ -72 o 20’E Total geographical area 2261.95 km 2 TalukaPorbandar - 1117.60 km 2, Ranavav - 588.00 km 2 & Kutiyana -556.35 km 2 GW Salinity from sea in the coastal aquifer system due to lowering of water table. through creeks during high tides. deterioration of gw quality occurs due to increasing salinity Activities carried out Ground water level and quality Monitoring on 16 nos of newly constructed piezometers and Monitoring stations suggested by NIH. Ground water level and quality Monitoring on 16 nos of newly constructed piezometers and Monitoring stations suggested by NIH. Geophysical survey at 50 locations. Geophysical survey at 50 locations. Aquifer Parameter Test at 12 locations Aquifer Parameter Test at 12 locations PDS-1 Coastal Ground water dynamics and Management in the Saurashtra Region, in collaboration with NIH
Rajsth an PDS Area Pakista n Arabian Sea Problems/Issues that prompted to take up the PDS Due to presence of shallow clay layer & application of surface water by Dharoi canal distributaries for irrigation, the water levels in this area rise to problematic level. Adverse effects noticed The soil texture ruptured and enrichment of Soil Salinity Diminishes the Agricultural products. Leaching of water in deep cart tracks and nalas, de-active the sewerage pits. Effect on environment & socio economy. PDS-2 Ground Water Management in Water Logged Area of Dharoi project command (RBC)
Based on the Preliminary Investigation in 72 villages, the ground water level trend of monitoring stations located in perched aquifer/unconfined aquifer in the close vicinity of canal passing through the area, detailed investigation carried out in 32 villages. Total 22 no of Ground Water monitoring networks are fixed to study its behavior in the area. 13 pumping tests conducted to study the aquifer parameters. Collected water level and soil analysis data from soil survey department to identify the area affected by soil salinity. The change in land use pattern studied with help of Remote sensing data of 1998 & 2010. Constructed 3 Nos. of Recharge Tube Wells 90 mts. Depth and 8 Nos. of Piezometers ( 4 Nos. of Shallow Piezometers -20 mts. Depth and 4 Nos. of Deep Piezometers - 90 mts.) The data has been analyzed using Visual Modflow software and the results have been obtained regarding the extent of water logging in different seasons, the groundwater movement, and the inflow and out flow, the mass and zonal balance for different aquifers and seasons. The consultancy work has been entrusted to CEPT university. The Final Draft Report is on completion stage by CEPT University and will be submitted to TAMC/PCS within two days for approval.
Constructed 3 Nos. of Recharge Tube Wells 90 mts. Depth and 8 Nos. of Piezometers ( 4 Nos. of Shallow Piezometers -20 mts. Depth and 4 Nos. of Deep Piezometers - 90 mts.) In Malekpur Village,Taluka – Vadnagar,District Mahesana
Plan for Information Dissemination and Applications
Continuation of Awareness Programme from State Fund Ground Water Resources Estimation, Aquifer Mapping Study Planning of new exploratory tubewell programme implemented in Tribal Areas of Gujarat. Artificial GW Recharge locations findings and Defining Area improved through Recharge structures. Defining Saline areas for ground water Assessment