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Pcs 070514

  1. 1. OverviewOverview ofof Hydrology ProjectHydrology Project World Bank Monitoring Mission May 06-09, 2014 New Delhi
  2. 2. 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
  3. 3. 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
  4. 4. 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
  5. 5. 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%
  6. 6. 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%
  7. 7. 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%
  8. 8. 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%
  9. 9. 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%
  10. 10. 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%
  11. 11. 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%
  12. 12. 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%
  13. 13. 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%
  14. 14. 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%
  15. 15. 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%
  16. 16. 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?)
  17. 17. 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%
  18. 18. 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)
  19. 19. 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%
  20. 20. 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%
  21. 21. 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%
  22. 22. 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)
  23. 23. 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%
  24. 24. 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)
  25. 25. 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%
  26. 26. 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)
  27. 27. 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)
  28. 28. 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)
  29. 29. 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)
  30. 30. 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%
  31. 31. 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?
  32. 32. Spill Over Works (cont.) • PUNJAB: State Data Centre plus fittings • MP SW: RT-DAS arrangements? • Orissa SW: RT-DAS arrangements? • CPCB: Web GIS completion
  33. 33. Spill Over Works (cont.) All Agencies: •Funding for AMC for equipment procured •Recurrent expenditure budgets no longer supported from loan •Training for new staff?
  34. 34. Large workload still before end May? • Maharashtra SW • Goa • BBMB • CGWB • CWC • CPCB
  35. 35. THANKS

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