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  • 1. Morphology of Delhi and itssustainability implications in the context of water supply Amitabh Kundu Jawaharlal Nehru University Presentation at Delhi 2050 Arch i 02 Feb 2012
  • 2. Map 1: Wards in NCT of Delhi
  • 3. DelhiDepth of Ground Water Table 1960
  • 4. Delhi Depth of Ground Water Table 2002Note: Interpolated using nearest neighborhood method by taking the average water level of 22 locationsfor the year 1960 & 2002 based on the information collected from CSE web net
  • 5. List of Indicators used for generating Dimensional indicesA. Dimension of Water Supply System1. Per cent Household having access to Tap Water2. Per cent Household having bathroom within house3. Per cent Household having latrine with water closet within the houseB. Dimension of Economic Wellbeing1. Per cent Household having LPG as Kitchen Fuel2. Per cent Household having 4 plus rooms3. Per cent Household having Electricity4. Per cent Household having access to banking Facility5. Per cent Workers in non household manufacturing and Tertiary activities
  • 6. List of Indicators used for generating Dimensional indicesC. Dimension of Social Wellbeing1.Female Male Ratio of 7 plus Population2. Per cent 7 plus to Total Population3a. Per cent Literacy among 7 plus population3b. Per cent Female Literacy among 7 plus female population4a. Per cent Total Workers4b. Per cent Female WorkersD. Dimension of Physical Wellbeing1. Percentage of Residential to all houses2. Housing availability per household (inverse of household size)3. Percentage of Occupied to all Houses4. Percentage of other than household manufacturing to total workers
  • 7. DelhiZonewise Percapita Water Consumption (Per Person per Litre/day)
  • 8. Ward Level Index of Water Supply System 2001
  • 9. DelhiWard Level Index of Economic Wellbeing 2001
  • 10. DelhiWard Level Index of Social Wellbeing 2001
  • 11. Ward Level Index of Physical Wellbeing 2001 Index of Habitat & Amenities
  • 12. Overlay of water supply system on ground water