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  • 1. World Bank Final Supervision and Completion Mission May 7, 2014
  • 2. Particulars Surface Water Ground Water Total Total Provision (2006-14) 412.26 581.83 994.09 Total Expenditure up to March 2014 394.07 (95.58%) 522.87 (89.87%) 916.94 (92.24%) Likely expenditure during 2014-15 (April To May) 3.25 5.00 8.25 Total Likely cumulative expenditure up to May 2014 397.32 (96.38%) 527.87 (90.73%) 925.19 (93.07%) Financial Target & Achievement (Surface Water & Ground Water) (Rs. in lakhs)
  • 3. Total Provision (2006-14) 412.26 Total Expenditure up to March 2014 394.07 (95.58%) Likely expenditure during 2014-15 (April To May) 3.25 Total Likely cumulative expenditure up to May 2014 397.32 (96.38%) Financial Target & Achievement (Rs. in lakhs) Surface Water
  • 4. Total Provision (2006-14) 581.83 Total Expenditure up to March 2014 522.87 (89.87%) Likely expenditure during 2014-15 (April To May) 5.00 Total Likely cumulative expenditure up to May 2014 527.87 (90.73%) Financial Target & Achievement (Rs. in lakhs) Ground Water
  • 5. Detailed Cost Project Cost Expenditure (Up to March 2014) Investment Recurrent Total Investment Recurrent Total A. COMPONENT I: Institutional Strengthening I.A. Consolidation of HP I 99.12 5.70 104.82 97.34 5.65 102.99 I.B. Awareness, Dissemination and Knowledge Sharing 24.99 27.98 52.97 21.69 27.98 49.67 I.C. Implementation Support 50.54 105.31 155.85 50.54 96.42 146.96 B. COMPONENT II: Vertical Extension II.A. Hydrological Design Aids 0.00 3.63 3.63 0 3.63 3.63 II.B. Decision Support Systems 17.45 39.26 56.71 16.45 38.27 54.72 II.C. Purpose-Driven Studies 19.53 18.75 38.28 17.79 18.31 36.10 Total 211.63 200.63 412.26 203.81 190.26 394.07 Financial Target & Achievement (Surface Water) (Rs. in lakhs)
  • 6. Detailed Cost Project Cost Expenditure (Up to March 2014) Investment Recurrent Total Investment Recurrent Total A. COMPONENT I: Institutional Strengthening I.A. Consolidation of HP I 64.88 8.50 73.39 61.71 8.51 70.22 I.B. Awareness, Dissemination and Knowledge Sharing 62.02 17.66 79.68 59.27 17.66 76.93 I.C. Implementation Support 35.08 250.91 285.99 28.08 228.62 256.70 B. COMPONENT II: Vertical Extension II.A. Hydrological Design Aids 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 II.B. Decision Support Systems 97.55 41.66 139.20 73.79 41.66 115.45 II.C. Purpose-Driven Studies 3.57 0.00 3.57 3.57 0.00 3.57 Total 263.10 318.73 581.83 226.42 296.45 522.87 Financial Target & Achievement (Ground Water) (Rs. in lakhs)
  • 7. ITEM Expenditure (in Lakhs) Classification Preparation of Water Year Book 1.45 Goods Preparation of Brochure 1.50 Training Website development & maintenance 1.00 Consultancy Procurement of Tipping Bucket Raingauge sensor & with microcontroller based data logger with 10 watt solar pannel-19 nos. 12.97 goods Training & workshop 5.71 Training Recurring Cost 7.86 Operating Cost TOTAL 30.49 Work completed in 2013-14 (Surface Water)
  • 8. ITEM Expenditure (in Lakhs) Classification Software Training & Awareness Workshop 2.79 Training Up grading Hardware 4.50 Goods Construction of Piezometer 48.25 Civil Work Incremental staff cost, office O/M 12.70 Operating cost Total 68.24 Work completed in 2013-14 (Ground Water)
  • 9. STATUS OF CLAIM Surface Water & Ground water (Up to March 2014) Particular Surface water Ground Water Total Total Expenditure 394.07 522.87 916.94 Total reimbursement claim submitted 337.87 436.07 773.94 Reimbursement claim released 287.39 365.29 652.68 Reimbursement amount adjusted against advance 50.48 70.78 121.26 (Rs. in lakhs)
  • 10. FMR Surface Water Submitted up to March 2014
  • 11. FMR Ground Water Submitted up to March 2014
  • 12. Trainings & Workshops (Surface Water) S. No Type of Training No. of training Courses No. of participant attended training Courses 1 Inhouse training 27 1093 2 Domestic training at NIH, NWA, ASCI etc 35 72 3 International training 1 1
  • 13. Trainings & Workshops (Ground Water) S. No Type of Training No. of training Courses No. of participant attended training Courses 1 Inhouse training 24 707 2 Workshop 96 4908 3 Domestic training at NIH, NWA, ASCI etc 73 96
  • 14. Major Physical Achievement & Outcome Surface Water
  • 15. Major Physical Achievement & Outcome Existing State Data Centre Meeting hall constructed in HP-I, upgraded with 1.Overhead projector 2. Improved sound & light system 3. Wooden wall paneling 4. Interactive white board 5. Desktop projection system
  • 16. Major Physical Achievement & Outcome Existing conference hall constructed in HP-I, upgraded with 1. Overhead projector 2. Sound and light system.
  • 17. Major Physical Achievement & Outcome Divisional, 5 nos. Sub Divisional, & State Data Centre equipped with new computers, printers , scanner etc. to facilitate data entry & processing activities.
  • 18. Major Physical Achievement & Outcome DSS hardware & software installed at State Data Centre Raipur
  • 19. Major Physical Achievement & Outcome Tipping Bucket Rain gauge installed at 35 nos. G-D station
  • 20. Major Physical Achievement & Outcome Mini Gym established at State Data Centre Raipur
  • 21. Major Physical Achievement & Outcome Web site hydrologyproject.cgwrd.in have been launched to disseminate HIS.
  • 22. Major Physical Achievement & Outcome Water year books published to disseminate the data.
  • 23. Brochure published for awareness raising Major Physical Achievement & Outcome
  • 24. Major Physical Achievement & Outcome Data generated under the Project is being used in – •Planning of Irrigation projects. •Designing of highway structures. •Crop insurance schemes. •Data used by Army in Naxal affected areas. •Preparing project feasibility report for new industries like thermal power station, cement plants, power transmission system etc.
  • 25. Major Physical Achievement & Outcome The project has provided extensive skill building of staff in HIS. About 1170 participants attended training courses.
  • 26. Major Physical Achievement & Outcome Ground Water
  • 27. Major Physical Achievement & Outcome Ground Water Divisional Data Centre Bilaspur, upgraded with new training hall equipped with projector & sound system.
  • 28. Major Physical Achievement & Outcome Divisional Data Centre equipped with new computers, printers , scanner etc. to facilitate data entry & processing activities.
  • 29. Major Physical Achievement & Outcome Sub Divisional Data Centre equipped with new computers, printers , scanner etc. to facilitate data entry & processing activities.
  • 30. Major Physical Achievement & Outcome Piezometer (58 nos) constructed for monitoring of Ground water level. S.N. District No of Peizometer 1 Durg 05 2 Balod 05 3 Bemetara 05 4 Raipur 03 5 Balodabazar 06 6 Dhamtari 01 7 Kawardha 05 8 Rajnandgaon 10 9 Bilaspur 09 10 Janjgir-Champa 01 11 Korba 01 12 Mungeli 07
  • 31. Major Physical Achievement & Outcome Ground Water Year Books published to disseminate the data.
  • 32. Major Physical Achievement & Outcome (Ground Water) Data generated under the project has been used in - •Water Resources planning. •Academic / Scientific investigation. •Environmental Impact Assessment. •Crop production schemes. •Watershed planning •Site selection plan for sugar factory, Hospital etc. •Planning & implementation of various schemes under MGNREGA
  • 33. Major Physical Achievement & Outcome The project has provided extensive skill building of staff in HIS. About 803 participants attended training courses.
  • 34. Major Physical Achievement & Outcome The project has provided extensive Awareness workshop at village, blocks & District level. About 4908 Participant attended Various workshop .
  • 35. GROUND WATER STATUS OF CHHATTISGARH Major Physical Achievement & Outcome
  • 36. Total replenishable GW Available GW leaving apart natural losses Ground Water Draft Allocation for Domestic /Industrial use Balance GW for future development State of development in % 12.22 11.58 3.60 0.64 7.85 31.08 Out of 146 blocks of the state 14 blocks assessed as Semi-critical block, crossed 70% stage of GW development. Name of Semi-critical blocks are Balod, Bemetara, Dhamdha, Durg, Gurur, Patan, Saja, Belha, Dhamtari, Kurud, Nagari, Pandariya, Baramkela & Rajnandgaon. Durg District have highest stage of Ground Water development 68.81% Bijapur District have lowest stage of Ground Water development 1.59% Rest of 132 blocks of State have assessed as Safe from Ground Water development point of view. Blocks categorized as semi-critical and caution needs to be exercised prior to additional withdrawal. 31.08% of Present GW development in state indicates brighter scope for future development . (in BCM) GROUND WATER RESOURCES OF STATE (As on 2009)
  • 37. COMPARISON OF SEMI- CRITICAL BLOCKS - 2004 Vs 2009
  • 38. Comparison of Assessment of Dynamic Ground Water Resources of Chhattisgarh ,for the Period 2004 - 2009 -2011 (Block Wise) Year Safe Semi-Cretical Critical Over-Exploited 2004 138 8 0 0 2009 132 14 0 0 2011 125 18 2 1
  • 39. HYDROLOGICAL DESIGN AIDS (HDA) Officials (2 nos.) nominated for HDA work. Officials attended training courses at NWA, Pune. They are practicing on MAP WINDOW, HDA & MWSWAT Software. Training Courses- • Advanced Techniques/Models for Hydrological Design Aids (21-25 May 2012). • HDA 1 – Assessment of Water Resources Potential availability / Yield assessment (10-15 Sep. 2012). • HAD 2 – Estimation of Design Flood (07-12 Jan. 2013).
  • 40. Total Provision – 57.71 Lakhs Expenditure – 54.60 Lakhs DECISION SUPPORT SYSTEM (Planning) Surface Water Ground Water Total Provision – 139.21 Lakhs Expenditure – 115.48 Lakhs
  • 41. Seonath Sub Basin C H H A T T I S G A R H Seonath Sub Basin is selected for Conjunctive Use under DSS Planning Catchment Area 30860 Sq.km. Length of river 375.79 km. Normal Annual Rainfall Varies 900 mm to 1200 mm
  • 42. • Server and Front End Computers installed at State Data Centre Raipur. •DSS Application is made for Intra Basin transfer of water from Ravishankar Reservoir to Tandula Reservoir.  DSS Software updated to latest version 4.0  Model and Interface for conjunctive use in Tandula Complex is finalised. Model and Interface for seasonal planning in Tandula Complex is finalised. DSS (P) Implementation
  • 43. DSS Application Intra Basin Transfer of Water
  • 44. MIKE BASIN Network of the Ravishankar and Tandula Reservoirs Systems
  • 45. Intra Basin Transfer of Surplus Water Ravishankar Sagar Project (RSP) Tandula Reservoir New Link Canal Proposed cost of Link Canal Project Rs 350.00 Crores Length of Canal 54.50 Km Capacity of Canal 47 Cumecs Proposed Yearly Surplus water transfer to Tandula Reservoir 85 MCM Continue This Project is under scrutiny at CWC, New Delhi for pre feasibility clearance. Mike Basin Model is developed for Intra Basin Transfer of Spill water from Ravishankar Sagar Project.
  • 46. • Mike Basin Model is developed for Intra Basin Transfer of Spill water. • 10 Simulations (period 6 Years) carried out for canal capacity 25-250 cumecs to calculate- Total number of days when RSP spills. Quantity of spill water of RSP. Total No of days water Transfer to Tandula Reservoir in One year. Quantity of water transfer to Tandula Reservoir in One year Continue Intra Basin Transfer of Spill Water
  • 47. Discription Unit Scenario 1 Scenario 2 Scenario 3 Scenario 4 Scenario 5 Scenario 6 Scenario 7 Scenario 8 Scenario 9 Scenario 10 Transfer water RSP to Tandula Cum ecs 0 25 50 75 100 125 150 175 200 250 Total No of days when RSP spilling Day 162 79 63 52 36 25 12 8 7 3 Total Quantity of spill water MCM 761.305 551.960 400.495 278.358 183.434 117.866 80.498 60.803 44.886 21.957 Total water for Transfer to Tandula MCM 0.00 209.34 360.81 482.95 577.87 643.44 680.81 700.50 716.42 739.35 Total No of days water transfer in One Year Day 0 27 27 27 27 27 27 27 27 27 Average Yearly water for Transfer to Tandula MCM 0.00 34.89 60.13 80.49 96.31 107.24 113.47 116.75 119.40 123.22 Simulation - Summary Simulation Period 01/01/2003 to 01/01/2009 - 6 Year So, as per Scenario 2 - 10, Spill water is available for transfer to Tandula Reservoir by link canal of capacity 25 - 250 cumecs.
  • 48. Model and Interface for conjunctive use in Tandula Complex
  • 49. Rudri Barrage Kharkhara-Tandula EXISTING PROPOSED Proposed RSP-Tandula Link Gondli RBC LIS 345 Hact MAHANADIMAINCANAL 1.80TMC VinayakpuCatch 9730Hact AmdiCatch 13720Hact KotaniCatch 7940Hact PathardihCatch 12490Hact 4.0 TMC RBC 120 Hact. SPILL&MMC LBC 2105 Hact. SimgaCatch 20820Hact LBC 2024 Hact. RBC 4048 Hact. KMC 12145 Hact BSP SahgaonCatch 6600Hact Tandula Command Domestic Use KMLC KharkharaLBC GondliLBC RSP RSP Tandula 2.20 TMC Kharkhara RBC TANDULAGONDLI KHARKHARA Vinaykpur 9730 Hact. Amadi 13720 Hact. 6600 Hact. Kotani 7940 Hact. Pathardih 12490 Hact. Total 71300 Hact. Kharkhara Command LBC 2024 Simga 20820 Hact. Sahagaon Hact. RBC 2024 Hact. LIS 2024 Hact. KMC 2025 Hact. Total 8097 Hact.
  • 50. Mike basin model for conjunctive use application in Tandula command area Command area divided into catchment wise 5 part 71300 Hect. Kharif Paddy 9080 Hect. Rabi Paddy
  • 51. Yearly water used without GW Abstraction Base Scenario Volume in MCM/YEAR Vinayakpur Amdi Kotani Pathardih Sahgaon Simga Total Demands 21.40 30.18 17.45 27.44 14.51 45.75 156.72 Surface Water 21.40 30.18 17.40 26.99 11.42 29.48 136.86 Ground Water 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 Deficit 0.00 0.00 0.05 0.46 3.09 16.27 19.86
  • 52. Yearly water used With GW Abstraction Volume in MCM/YEAR Vinayakpur Amdi Kotani Pathardih Sahgaon Simga Total Demands 21.40 30.18 17.45 27.44 14.51 45.75 156.72 Surface Water 19.16 27.03 15.57 24.12 12.84 24.31 123.03 Ground Water 2.24 3.15 1.82 2.87 0.91 19.13 30.13 Deficit 0.00 0.00 0.05 0.46 0.75 2.31 3.57
  • 53. Total Provision – 39.54 Lakhs Expenditure – 36.21 Lakhs Final report submitted to PCS PURPOSE DRIVEN STUDY (PDS)
  • 54. Study of Reservoir sedimentation, Impact Assessment and Development of Catchment Area Treatment Plan for Kodar Reservoir, Major Project in Chhattisgarh State Study - I
  • 55. Conclusion • The sedimentation analysis of Kodar reservoir indicated that 24.94 Mm3 of gross storage (15.5%) and 4.89 Mm3 of dead storage (43%) have been lost in 32 years (1976-77 to 2008-09). •Having conducted many soil testing techniques, it is concluded that the soils in the study area are mainly silt loamy and sandy loam which is prone to erosion and conservation measures are necessary to reduce displacement of soils. •Soil erosion could be reduced from 2.97 t/ha to 1.63 t/ha through a series of 37 gully plugs, 22 nala plugs, 21 boulder bunds and 6 check dams with terraces, bank stabilization with land use modifications (e.g. a forestation) providing further options to control sediment inflows to Kodar reservoir. Implementation Proposal has been sent to Project Authority for execution of Catchment Area Treatment Plan to reduce the sedimentation.
  • 56. Water availability study and supply- demand analysis in Kharun sub-basin of Seonath basin in Chhattisgarh State Study - II
  • 57. Conclusions •The water availability in Kharun river becomes very low during the months from January to March and it becomes highest during the month of August. •The drought study indicated that the Kharun basin experience two meteorological droughts during every 10 years period and 1-2 low flow condition every year in the river. Droughts are of moderate nature and seems to be of no threat in area. •The total water demand to be met from Kharun in year 2010-11 was 65.21 MCM which will become 174.56 MCM by the year 2050-51. When water demand will increases to 133 MCM (in 2030-31) and 175 MCM (in 2050-51) the water deficit will become 73.56 MCM and 105.33 MCM respectively. •To meet the future water demands, four possible sites were identified and proposed on Kharun river for construction of small dam.
  • 58. Lesson Learnt • Need of regular assessment of revised capacities of reservoir in the state. Development and implementation of CAT (Catchment Area Treatment) plan during project planning. Major rivers should be monitored for sediment. • Proper and regular assessment of water demand and accounting of supplies through various sources to different user is important in water resources planning of the river basin to meet the various use water demand judiciously. • The coordination among the central agency and implementing state is crucial to achieveing a comprehensive HIS. There shall be better sharing of information and data. • Expansion of hydrological Data User Group (HDUG) up to district level which is at present State level, will be more beneficial for application of HIS. • Quality assurance on data collection, processing, analysis and reporting can be improved..
  • 59. Plan for information dissemination and application • Arpa Sub basin (New basin) is selected for Surface water planning & conjunctive use. Data collection work completed and further work is under progress jointly with NIH scientists. • Report of Reservoir sedimentation, Impact Assessment and Development of Catchment Area Treatment Plan for Kodar Reservoir provided to project authority. They are planning to construct various structures as recommended in the report to control sedimentation in reservoir. • Website upgraded to hydrologyproject.cgwrd.in to disseminate HIS.
  • 60. Model setup for Arpa Basin (New Basin) in Mike Hydro
  • 61. 62 Water Resources Department Chhattisgarh