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    • From Survey to Sustainability – Groundwater Experiences of Maharashtra Vikas Kharage Director Groundwater Surveys and Development Agency, Water Supply and Sanitation Department, Government of Maharashtra
    • Road map  Salient Features  Survey Work  Network of Observation wells  GW Quality Network  Scientific Approach  Drinking Water  Hydrology Project  Community Approach  Own Initiatives & Innovations  Water Security and Sustainability
    • Salient Features
    • Maharashtra: Rainfall
    • Maharashtra- Situation…. HDP 28% MDP 44% River basins: 05, Sub-basins: 15 UDP 28% Elementary watersheds: 1505 Basins Geomorphology
    • Maharashtra: Situation…. G Yearly Recuperation P G 2 P 5 - 2 6 4% 5% 9% Hundreds Year Old 82% Basalt Metamorphic Thousands Year Sedimentary Alluvium Old Geology Hydrogeology
    • Maharashtra: Situation ??  Adverse – Nothing Favorable Industrial Domestic 5% 10%  Still More Dependency on Groundwater Resource  Thanks to the Visionary Irrigation 85% People who gave importance to GW
    • Maharashtra: Statistics  Geographical area 30.77 Million Ha  Zilla Parishads 33  Panchayat Samitis 347  Gram Panchayats 27,800  Total no of villages- 42,000+  Total habitations 86,681  Rural families 1.1 crore  Rural population 5.25 crore
    • Maharashtra: Water Statistics  Major & Medium Projects: 2488  Minor Projects: 1469  Total Potential created: 39.57 lakh Ha  Potential Utilised: 24.42 lakh Ha  Area under surface irrigation: 11.83 lakh Ha  Total GW Recharge: 31.21 BCM  GW Draft: 15.09 BCM  GW Irrigation: 28.75 Ha
    • Maharashtra – Water Statistics Total area under Irrigation in Maharashtra - 40.58 lakh hec. Surface Irrigation 11.83 lakh hec. 29% Well Irrigation 28.75 lakh hec. 71 %
    • Status: Drinking Water Supply  Rural Water Supply  90,000 Dug wells  220,000 Bore wells  14,000 Power pumps (Mini Water Supply Schemes)  90 Dual Pumps  18000 Single Village Schemes  721 Multi Village Schemes (Regional Pipe Water Supply Schemes)
    • GSDA  Maharashtra – Only State having independent Govt GW Department  Machinery across State upto District Level  Governed by Water Supply & Sanitation Department  Funded through budgetary allocation
    • Groundwater Survey Work  Systematic Hydrogeological Survey of 25400 villages of the State  Delineated Groundwater Worthy and Non-Worthy Areas in these villages  Village level Gw Data base available for Development and Management
    • Groundwater Survey Work  Hydrogeological Survey for Drinking Water Sources in the State  Geophysical Survey for confirmation & potential area delineation  Hydrogeological Survey for GW development
    • Groundwater Level Monitoring Network  Long duration & Strong data base for groundwater levels  Research Work  Policy framing  Water Scarcity Declaration & Mitigation  Declaration of Over Exploited/Critical Watersheds
    • Water Scarcity Prediction Gw Levels of Oct 08 w.r.to last five years Avg Talukawise Actual Rainfall of 2008 w.r.to normal
    • Groundwater Quality Monitoring Network  Analysis of Chemical & Bacteriological Data  3370 Baseline, 397 Trend & 578 N W E Trend-cum-Surveillance S > 1500 mgl  Research Work 1200 - 1500 mgl 900 - 1200 mgl 600 - 900 mgl  Policy framing 300 - 600 mgl up to 300 mgl  Strategies for Preventive Measures  Declaration of water quality affected areas
    • Scientific Approach  Delineation of Elementary Watersheds – 1505 (Notified), Mini & Micro Watersheds  Base for Planning of Artificial Groundwater Recharge & Watershed Management  Basic Unit for Integrated Planning of both surface & groundwater
    • Drinking Water  Drilled 2.20 lakh borewells for drinking in Rural area & fitted with Hand Pump/Power Pump  Surveyed and Recommended potential sites for dug wells/ PWS wells  Augmentation to Drinking water sources – Survey
    • Hydrology Project – Phase I • Institutional strengthening. •Buildings Bhujal Bhavan – 1 Chemical Labs buildings – 4, Chemical Labs - 6 •Piezometer Constructed- 1136 •For water level monitoring 3920 Obw +1136 Piezometers •For GW quality monitoring Base line Stations Established–3370 Data centers • DDPCs-31,RDPCs-06,SDPC-01, DSC-01 •Procured GIS Database •GEMS Software
    • Hydrology Project – Phase II Institutional strengthening  Consolidation of HP - I activities  Awareness raising, Data Dissemination and Knowledge sharing  Implementation support Vertical Extension Development ofAhHydrological Design me dna gar Aids Development of Decisions Support System So r lapu Pune City Implementation for Purpose Driven Ujani Dam Studies
    • Community Participation  Community Participation is mandatory for Groundwater Development and Management in the State  Strong IEC Campaigns conducted at Grass Root and Political Functionaries  Dissemination of best practices on water management: issues and technology  Motivated the community to actively participate in the water management process.
    • Aquifer Based GW Management  Community Driven Demand Management Measures supported by supply side interventions  Six Pilots Initiated under Jalswarajya  Stress on Drinking water Security and Sustainability  Decisions in Gramsabhas  Planning, Implementation & Contribution (cash & kind) through Community only
    • Aquifer Based GW Management  Users’ Centred Aquifer Level GW Management  3 Pilots Initiated under Maharashtra Water Sector Improvement Project  Groundwater Security and Sustainability  Decisions in Gramsabhas  Planning, Implementation & Contribution (cash & kind) through Community only
    • Village Level Watershed Water Account  Community Driven Activity  Implemented in around 900 Villages of the State  Village level Water Management Concept is being Revived  Decisions in Gramsabhas in the Month of Oct Every Year  Rainfall, Groundwater Level Measurement, Crop Water Planning & Implementation by Community
    • Water Account of Shivni - 2004 Actual Rainfall 417 mm X Area 762 ha = 317 Cr Lits Debit (Cr lits) Credit (Cr lits)  Surface storage &  Natural Taxü - 121.00 Runoff - 184 (Evaporation)  Soil Moisture - 95  Drinking - 1.00  Groundwater - 38  Irrigation - 194.75  Total - 317  Total - 316.75 Total Savings – 25 lakh lits
    • GSDA own Initiatives & Innovations  Development and Implementation of Unconventional Measures especially for Strengthening of groundwater based Drinking Water sources  7500 Measures Completed in 5200 Villages  Unconventional Measures are being decided on the basis of nature of rock. In broad sense  Hard Rock – Bore Blast Technique  Fractured/Jointed Rock – Fracture Seal Cementation  Moderately Weathered – Stream Blasting, Hydrofracturing
    • Strengthening the drinking water source U nc o nv en t io na l M ea Jacket Well su Stream Blasting re s Technique Hydrofracturing Fracture Seal Cementation
    • GSDA own Initiatives & Innovations  Initiated 24x7 drinking water Supply in Rural Areas through Dual Pump  Installed of Hand Pump and Power Pump on Existing High Yielding Borewell  Purification System Installed to provide Safe and Potable Drinking Water especially to Schools  Sanitation Pump concept Introduced in the Rural Schools
    • Groundwater Security & Sustainability Government Resolution – 14th Feb 2002 • Implementation of measures for strengthening the drinking water source Conventional And Unconventional measures. • Roof Top Rain Water Harvesting. • Storage tank in Hard rock to arrest rainwater • Based on traditional wisdom and local knowledge innovative measures being taken up based on scientific and technical know-how
    • Shivkalin Pani Sathvan Yojana...
    • Strengthening of Source Check Dam Conventional Structures Village Desilting Lake Deepening of well
    • 2 Roof Top Rain Water Harvesting 3.Storage tank in Hard rock to arrest rainwater
    • 4.Based on technical wisdom and local knowledge innovative measures being taken up
    • Completed works under Shivkalin Yojana 1.Percolation Tanks - 46 2. Nala Bunding - 24 3.Cement N.B. - 1530
    • Completed works under Shivkalin Yojana 1. UGB - 316 2. RWH - 7489 3. Recharge Wells - 925
    • Completed works under Shivkalin Yojana 1. Hydro fracturing - 239 2. KT Weir - 71 3. Village Tank - 371
    • Completed works under Shivkalin Yojana 1. UCM - 71 2. Others - 2078
    • Based on technical wisdom and local knowledge innovating measures to be taken up based on scientific and technical know- how
    • Babhalgaon Gabian Bandhara, District Latur
    • Borewell Recharging
    • Farm-Pond
    • Vanrai Bandhara
    • Conversion of Ineffective Percolation Tank by constructing Filter Borewell-shaft Impervious Layer Pervious Layer Impervious Layer Pervious Layer
    • De-silting of CNB
    • De-silting of Nala Bund
    • Preparation of Groundwater Atlas • GoI Assisted Project Ground under Rajiv Gandhi Water prospec National Drinking Water t Map Technology Mission • Preparation of GW Atlas on topo-sheet Scale • Useful in GW Development and Management
    • Maharashtra : Issues & Remedial Measures N W E S Categorization Sate Semi-critical Critical Over- exploited וֻÆüÖ ÃÖß´ÖÖ Sugar Factory Over-exploited area vis-a-vis Cash Crops
    • Integrated Watershed Development & Artificial Groundwater Recharge CONTINUOUS CONTOUR TRENCH LOOSE BOULDER STRUCTURE LOOSE BOULDER STRUCTURE FARM POND CEMENT BUND VANARAI BUND PERCOLATION TANK
    • Continuous Contour Percolation Trench DPAP Watershed Development Programme District Osmanabad (Before Rainfall) (During Rainfall)
    • After Monsoon (well dry since last 5 years, at present irrigating 2 ha in rabbi)
    • IEC Campaigns
    • Achievements National Water Award 2007
    • GROUNDWATER SURVEYS AND DEVELOPMENT AGENCY (GSDA) BHUJAL BHAVAN Shivajinagar, PUNE– 411 005. Vikas Kharage I.A.S. Director S.B. Khandale Joint Director Telephone - 020 – 255 13 715, (16, 18) Fax - 020 – 255 33108 E-mail - dirgsda@vsnl.com director@mahagsda.org Web Site - www.gsda.maharashtra.gov.in Thanks