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  • OverviewOverview ofof Hydrology ProjectHydrology Project World Bank Monitoring Mission May 06-09, 2014 New Delhi
  • OBJECTIVES – HP-II To extend and promote the sustained and effective use of Hydrological Information system (HIS) developed under HP-I by all potential users concerned with the water Resources Planning and Management, both in public and private, thereby contributing to improve productivity and cost effectiveness of water related investments
  • Salient features of HP-II •Effective Date of start of Project- April 5, 2006 •Closing Date- May 31, 2014 •Estimated cost of the project- Rs. 631.83 crore •Funding- World Bank (IBRD Loan)- US$104.98 million •Coverage- 13 states and 8 central organizations
  • Implementing Agencies - HP-II INDIA On Going States New States Map not to scale Central Agencies HP -I : 6 Nos. CWC, CGWB, CWPRS, NIH, IMD, MOWR New : 2 Nos. BBMB, CPCB States HP – I: 9 Nos. Andhra Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Gujarat, Karnataka, Kerala, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Orissa, Tamil Nadu New: 4 Nos. Goa, Himachal Pradesh, Punjab, Pondicherry
  • Andhra Pradesh GW • Key Achievements: – Data centre constructed – 1262 additional piezometers (1162 complete) – Two PDS – DWLR • Post project: – State Division – Upgrade labs, improve data analysis INR Millions Agency Allocation PIP Allocation MTR Projected Expenditure % PIP %RCT AP SW 108 335 181 168% 54%
  • Andhra Pradesh SW • Key Achievements: – Civil works for RT-DAS system – Planning for upgrade RT-DAS – Upgrade of computer equipment – Four out of 5 reservoirs surveyed for PDS, with one report submitted and 3 more by 31/05/2014 • Post project: – Consolidation of what has been achieved INR Millions Agency Allocation PIP Allocation MTR Projected Expenditure % PIP %RCT AP SW 70 88 58 83% 66%
  • Chhattisgarh GW • Key Achievements: – 58 piezometers with 11 DWLR – Training Hall – Seasonal planning in 21 catchments • Post project: – State budget and staff available for HIS activities – Training plans for replacement staff INR Millions Agency Allocation PIP Allocation MTR Projected Expenditure % PIP %RCT Chhattisgarh GW 92 62 53 58% 85%
  • Chhattisgarh SW • Key Achievements: – DSS (Planning) work – PDS work – Conference room and meeting hall upgrade – Staff training • Post project: INR Millions Agency Allocation PIP Allocation MTR Projected Expenditure % PIP %RCT Chhattisgarh SW 84 41 39 46% 95%
  • Gujarat GW • Key Achievements: – 228 piezometers, with 26 DWLR – Establishment of DSS(P) Cell – GIS data layer procurement – PDS work in Dharoi • Post project: – Continue monitoring and maintenance of facilities – Data to be used for aquifer mapping, MNREGA projects INR Millions Agency Allocation PIP Allocation MTR Projected Expenditure % PIP %RCT Gujarat GW 104 172 173 166% 101%
  • Gujarat SW • Key Achievements: (TAMC opinion) – Real time AWS network – Upgrade G-D AWLR to real-time – DSS (Planning) – PDS work • Post project: INR Millions Agency Allocation PIP Allocation MTR Projected Expenditure % PIP %RCT Gujarat SW 94 96 65 69% 68%
  • Karnataka GW • Key Achievements: (TAMC opinion) – New piezometers (but no new DWLR) – One building (but not the other) – PDS Bangalore study – DSS (Planning) • Post project: INR Millions Agency Allocation PIP Allocation MTR Projected Expenditure % PIP %RCT Karnataka GW 144 138 73 51% 53%
  • Karnataka SW • Key Achievements: – Rainfall data reporting 1010 stations via sms – 16 AWS with real time (with further 15 for reservoir WL) – Real time water level recorder network (12 locations) with data management and ADCP – DSS (Planning) – Training Centre at KERS • Post project: – All monitoring to be continued with state funding INR Millions Agency Allocation PIP Allocation MTR Projected Expenditure % PIP %RCT Karnataka SW 91 111 106 116% 95%
  • Kerala GW • Key Achievements: – Regional data centre building at Ernakulam – DSS (Planning) – PDS (with Kerala SW and NIH) – Replacement computer hardware – Awareness-raising materials • Post project: – Completion / Furnishing the Ernakulum building? INR Millions Agency Allocation PIP Allocation MTR Projected Expenditure % PIP %RCT Kerala GW 108 165 137 127% 83%
  • Kerala SW • Key Achievements: – Training centre at Thrissur – New G-D locations: 7 complete and 3 nearly complete – Network upgrade in Bharathapuzha Basin (Real time:7 RG, 6 WLR) – DSS (Planning) – PDS (with Kerala GW and NIH) – Replacement computer hardware – Awareness-raising materials • Post project: – More basins for DSS(P) – More applications of HIS data INR Millions Agency Allocation PIP Allocation MTR Projected Expenditure % PIP %RCT Kerala SW 75 131 113 151% 86%
  • Madhya Pradesh GW • Key Achievements: (TAMC opinion) – Water quality sampling equipment – Piezometer construction: 51 plus 29 for PDS – Upgrade offices – PDS work • Post project: INR Millions Agency Allocation PIP Allocation MTR Projected Expenditure % PIP %RCT MP GW 120 43 31 26% 72%
  • Madhya Pradesh SW • Key Achievements: – RT-DAS procurement and installation in Wainganga basin – Upgradation of data centres – Sediment survey Tawa reservoir – DSS (planning) work • Post project: – Staffing will continue – Training replacement staff INR Millions Agency Allocation PIP Allocation MTR Projected Expenditure % PIP %RCT MP SW 82 106 100 122% 94% (includes 3 crores in 2014-15?)
  • Maharashtra GW • Key Achievements: – Upgrade of hardware and software – DSS (planning) work – including monitoring equipment – Staff capacity building and training – Vehicles – PDS work • Post project: – Increasing groundwater network density – Development of on-line data dissemination system – Development of DSS applications INR Millions Agency Allocation PIP Allocation MTR Projected Expenditure % PIP %RCT Maharashtra GW 130 131 127 98% 97%
  • Maharashtra SW • Key Achievements: – Data centre at Pune for RT-DSS – RT-DAS system for 248 stations linked to RTSF&ROS system – DSS(P) for Upper Bhima – PDS completed • Post project: – Extension of DSS(P) and RT-DSS to other basins – Operation and maintenance of HIS – Training and awareness raising INR Millions Agency Allocation PIP Allocation MTR Projected Expenditure % PIP %RCT Maharashtra SW 98 375 381 389% 102% (includes 7.6 crores in 2014-15)
  • Orissa GW • Key Achievements: (TAMC view) – Upgrading of data centre – New piezometers (40?) and DWLR (real time) – PDS started (completion when?) – DSS(Planning work) • Post project: – ? INR Millions Agency Allocation PIP Allocation MTR Projected Expenditure % PIP %RCT Orissa GW 112 92 80 71% 87%
  • Orissa SW • Key Achievements: – RT-DAS (civil works complete, equipment under transport) – DSS(P) work – PDS complete • Post project: – Budget to pay for RT-DAS? – RESOLITION OF DUPLICATE SOE CLAIM?? INR Millions Agency Allocation PIP Allocation MTR Projected Expenditure % PIP %RCT Orissa SW 101 135 89 88% 66%
  • Tamil Nadu • Key Achievements: – 57 real time raingauges, 6 real time AWS – Civil works at 50 G-D sites – 200 piezometers – DSS(P) unit with surveying and software and training for MIKESHE • Post project: – Continue with DSS(P) – RT-DAS system – Range of other ideas INR Millions Agency Allocation PIP Allocation MTR Projected Expenditure % PIP %RCT Tamil Nadu 207 328 316 153% 96%
  • Goa • Key Achievements: – Data centre and laboratory established – 11 G-D stations established: RT-DAS and ADCP – Telemetry from 4 AWS and 6ARG – 57 piezometers plus monitoring of 47 open wells (30 DWLR inc 27 with telemetry) – PDS complete • Post project: – Continuity of work assured – Funds for operation and maintenance will be provided INR Millions Agency Allocation PIP Allocation MTR Projected Expenditure % PIP %RCT Goa 187 222 222 119% 100% (including 3.5 crores in 2014-15)
  • Himachal Pradesh • Key Achievements: (TAMC estimate) – Data centre and laboratory established plus lab in Shimla – 25 G-D stations established with bubbler AWLR: with 8 cableways and – Climate monitoring includes 35 ARG, 4 AWS and 16 snow pillow with Telemetry plus 101 standard raingauge – 80 Piezometers plus 80 DWLR – Two PDS - 1 complete • Post project: – Required budget assured?? – Sharing data? INR Millions Agency Allocation PIP Allocation MTR Projected Expenditure % PIP %RCT Himachal 495 595 452 91% 76%
  • Punjab • Key Achievements: – 750 groundwater observation wells completed and in use – 25 G-D sites established – 82 raingauges in progress – Sub-divisional data centres nearly complete – State Data Centre in progress – IT systems procured • Post project: – Completion and furnishing of data centre? – State budget sufficient for maintaining system? INR Millions Agency Allocation PIP Allocation MTR Projected Expenditure % PIP %RCT Punjab 410 446 481 117% 108% (includes 20.55 crore in 2014-15)
  • Pondicherry • Key Achievements: – 37 groundwater observation points with telemetry DWLR – Level 2+ lab plus State Data Centre built and equipped – PDS nearly complete • Post project: – Puducherry Water Resources Organisation (a society) established – State budget sufficient for maintaining system? INR Millions Agency Allocation PIP Allocation MTR Projected Expenditure % PIP %RCT Pondicherry 132 146 131 99% 90%
  • BBMB • Key Achievements: (TAMC view) – RT-DAS system operational – RT-DSS complete and under final calibration and proving in 2014 monsoon – PDS • Post project: – Budget sufficient for maintaining system? INR Millions Agency Allocation PIP Allocation MTR Projected Expenditure % PIP %RCT BBMB 242 396 222 92% 56% (to October 2013)
  • CGWB • Key Achievements: (TAMC view) – Aquifer Mapping work well under way – Development of eGEMS well under way – but hardware / software? – Networks Piezometers for Punjab, Goa… – DWLR? – PDS • Post project: – Budget sufficient for completion and then training and maintaining system? INR Millions Agency Allocation PIP Allocation MTR Projected Expenditure % PIP %RCT CGWB 280 663 309 110% 47% (to October 2013)
  • CWC • Key Achievements: (TAMC view) – HDA development progress substantial – New monitoring equipment: ADCP plus RT-WQMS – NWA development – eSWIS progress substantial • Post project: – Budget sufficient for completion and then training and maintaining systems? INR Millions Agency Allocation PIP Allocation MTR Projected Expenditure % PIP %RCT CWC 248 267 162 65% 61% (to October 2013)
  • CPCB • Key Achievements: (TAMC view) – RT-WQMS established and functioning well – Web-based water quality data dissemination tool (eWQIS) progressing well – Laboratory and office renovation – Water quality assessment review • Post project: – Budget sufficient for completion and then training and maintaining system? INR Millions Agency Allocation PIP Allocation MTR Projected Expenditure % PIP %RCT CPCB 167 150 101 60% 67% (to October 2013)
  • NIH • Key Achievements: – DSS(Planning) developed and pilot studies complete – Trainers trained for DSS(P) – PDS programme substantially complete • Post project: – Support for DSS(P) helped by AMC – Training for state and central agencies on DSS(P) – Further development of DSS(P) applications INR Millions Agency Allocation PIP Allocation MTR Projected Expenditure % PIP %RCT NIH 484 447 468 97% 105%
  • Spill Over Works • KEY SOFTWARE SYSTEMS – CWC with Hydrological Design Aids – CWC with eSWIS – CGWB with eGEMS • Funding assured? • Training and roll out resources assured? • IA able to fully participate post-project?
  • Spill Over Works (cont.) • PUNJAB: State Data Centre plus fittings • MP SW: RT-DAS arrangements? • Orissa SW: RT-DAS arrangements? • CPCB: Web GIS completion
  • Spill Over Works (cont.) All Agencies: •Funding for AMC for equipment procured •Recurrent expenditure budgets no longer supported from loan •Training for new staff?
  • Large workload still before end May? • Maharashtra SW • Goa • BBMB • CGWB • CWC • CPCB
  • THANKS