Allocation under
project as per PIP
(Rs. Crores)
Expenditure upto
March 2014
(Rs. Crores)
Likely expenditure
by May 31, 20...
Year
No. of
Training
Course
Total No. of
Participants
2006-07 5 219
2007-08 6 163
2008-09 10 282
2009-10 19 588
2010-11 17...
Foreign Trainings
11 scientists of NIH received foreign trainings
on DSS(P) at DHI, Denmak
5 scientists of NIH received fo...
Procured office and training
equipments and vehicles under
implementation support to
strengthen various facilities in the
...
States Central Agencies
DECISION SUPPORT SYSTEM (PLANNING):
Participating States/Agencies
A.P.
Chhattisgarh
Gujarat
M.P.
M...
DSS (P) Components
Surface water planning
Integrated operation of reservoirs
Conjunctive surface and ground water planning...
Different Tasks under DSS (P)
DSS Needs Assessment
DSS Model Conceptualization
Database Development
Generic DSS Developmen...
Process and analyse GIS and time series information
Publish selected information (general, drought, flood..)
Model applica...
PURPOSE DRIVEN STUDIES (PDS)
The institute has carried out eleven PDS viz.
• Four on surface water as lead agency
• Three ...
1. Integrated approach for snowmelt runoff studies and effect
of anthropogenic activities in Beas basin (Lead agency: NIH)...
3. Hydrological assessment of ungauged catchments (small
catchment) – Mahanadi Sub basin (Lead agency: NIH):
Methodologies...
5. Groundwater management in over-exploited blocks of
Chitradurga and Tumkur districts of Karnataka (Lead agency: NIH):
Th...
7. Coastal groundwater dynamics and management in the Saurashtra
region, Gujarat (Lead agency: NIH):
Geochemical surveys a...
9. Assessment of effects of sedmentation on the capacity/life of
Bhakra reservoir (Gobind Sagar) on river Satluj and Pong ...
11. Study of reservoir sedimentation, impact assessment
and development of catchment area treatment plan for
Kodar reservo...
Organized SWDES trainings in the states of
Himachal Pradesh and Goa.
Organised PDS specific trainings in Himachal
Pradesh,...
Development and customization of DSS (P) software for the case
study basins of the nine states as per their need assessmen...
AMC of the DSS(P) software for technical support and maintenance.
Trainings for states and central agencies on DSS(P) for ...
Technology advancement, adoptation of the best practices and
training and capacity building are essential for integrated w...
DSS(P) software is made online in 11agencies for 9 states
by deploying the software on server.
Online application for pred...
Workshops and awareness
programmes for senior officers.
Brochures.
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  1. 1. Allocation under project as per PIP (Rs. Crores) Expenditure upto March 2014 (Rs. Crores) Likely expenditure by May 31, 2014 ( Rs. Crores) 48.45 46.84 0.48
  2. 2. Year No. of Training Course Total No. of Participants 2006-07 5 219 2007-08 6 163 2008-09 10 282 2009-10 19 588 2010-11 17 483 2011-12 17 487 2012-13 13 327 2013-14 13 280 Total 100 2829 2006-07 5 2007-08 6 2008-09 10 2009-10 19 2010-11 17 2011-12 17 2012-13 13 2013-14 13 Domestic Trainings
  3. 3. Foreign Trainings 11 scientists of NIH received foreign trainings on DSS(P) at DHI, Denmak 5 scientists of NIH received foreign trainings on PDS at IHE, Netherlands and 1 in UK 1 scientist visited South Africa and Denmark on study tour.
  4. 4. Procured office and training equipments and vehicles under implementation support to strengthen various facilities in the institute.
  5. 5. States Central Agencies DECISION SUPPORT SYSTEM (PLANNING): Participating States/Agencies A.P. Chhattisgarh Gujarat M.P. Maharashtra Karnataka Kerala Orissa Tamil Nadu CWC CGWB CWPRS NIH IMD CPCB
  6. 6. DSS (P) Components Surface water planning Integrated operation of reservoirs Conjunctive surface and ground water planning Drought monitoring, assessment and management Management of surface and ground water quality
  7. 7. Different Tasks under DSS (P) DSS Needs Assessment DSS Model Conceptualization Database Development Generic DSS Development DSS Customization DSS Testing/Refinement DSS Applications and Demonstration DSS Evaluation/Fine tuning Dissemination/Training & Outreach Plan Preparation of Final Report DSS (P) - Main Windows Layout
  8. 8. Process and analyse GIS and time series information Publish selected information (general, drought, flood..) Model applications for long-term/short-term planning
  9. 9. PURPOSE DRIVEN STUDIES (PDS) The institute has carried out eleven PDS viz. • Four on surface water as lead agency • Three on ground water as lead agency • Four PDS with the states and central agencies.
  10. 10. 1. Integrated approach for snowmelt runoff studies and effect of anthropogenic activities in Beas basin (Lead agency: NIH): Snow melt, glacier melt and rainfall contributions are simulated using SNOWMOD model, developed at NIH and the isotopic techniques along with the future assessment of impact of climate change on stream flows. 2. Impact of sewage effluent on drinking water sources of Shimla city and suggesting ameliorative measures (Lead agency: NIH): Water-borne diseases are caused by contamination of water with pollutants as water gets contaminated either at source or while passing through water pipes, which are poorly laid and maintained. PDS cont…
  11. 11. 3. Hydrological assessment of ungauged catchments (small catchment) – Mahanadi Sub basin (Lead agency: NIH): Methodologies are developed for estimation of water avilability, floods of various return periods and unit hydrographs for ungauged catchments and uncertainty bands are estimated. 4. Urban hydrology for Chennai city – Storm water management in Cooum sub basin, Chennai Corporation, Chennai, Tamilnadu (Lead agency: NIH): The existing storm water drainage network with new modifications in Otteri Nullah sub basin of Chennai city is adequate for two years return period design storm runoff. PDS cont…
  12. 12. 5. Groundwater management in over-exploited blocks of Chitradurga and Tumkur districts of Karnataka (Lead agency: NIH): The recharge to the hard rock aquifer for blocks of Chitradurga and Tumkur districts of Karnataka is limited to the valley portions only and the decline and recovery of groundwater decline is more dependent on rainfall rather than over exploitation. The irrigation tanks constructed for water harvesting are not recharging the groundwater. 6. Groundwater dynamics of Bist doab area, Punjab using isotopes (Lead agency: NIH): Using isotopes, groundwater recharge conditions have been mapped and it is observed that over 60% of the groundwater recharge is taking place in Shiwalik- Kandi region and this recharge is taking a few decades for reaching to central Bist Doab region. PDS cont…
  13. 13. 7. Coastal groundwater dynamics and management in the Saurashtra region, Gujarat (Lead agency: NIH): Geochemical surveys and isotope based investigations are carried out to identify causes of groundwater salinity and establish the physico-chemical mechanism of mixing of freshwater-saltwater in the limestone coastal aquifer and a finite-difference based numerical model is developed to simulate the coastal groundwater dynamics. 8. A comprehensive assessment of water quality status of Kerala state (Lead agency: Kerala): Water quality analysis of 15 river basins and groundwater quality investigations from 14 districts of Kerala showed that surface and ground water are having bacteriological contamination and iron concentration is very high in groundwater for most of the districts. PDS cont…
  14. 14. 9. Assessment of effects of sedmentation on the capacity/life of Bhakra reservoir (Gobind Sagar) on river Satluj and Pong reservoir on river Beas (Lead agency: BBMB): Sedimentation rates of Bhakra and Pong reservoirs are computed using remote sensing and sediment yields for the two basins are estimated using ArcSWAT model and found in good agreement with the observed sediment yields. 10. Water availability study and supply-demand analysis in Seonath Sub-basin(Lead agency: Chhattisgarh): MIKE 11 NAM model was applied for rainfall-runoff modelling and results were used in MIKE BASIN for water availability assessment, demand supply analysis to meet future water demands and generation of various scenarios for planning and management of water resources in Kharun river basin in Chhattisgarh state. PDS cont…
  15. 15. 11. Study of reservoir sedimentation, impact assessment and development of catchment area treatment plan for Kodar reservoir in Chhattisgarh state (Lead agency: Chhattisgarh): Rates of siltation and soil loss are estimated using remote sensing and GIS for Kodar reservoir and the developed catchment area treatment plan is being considered by district authority for taking up under MNREGA scheme. PDS cont…
  16. 16. Organized SWDES trainings in the states of Himachal Pradesh and Goa. Organised PDS specific trainings in Himachal Pradesh, Punjab and Goa.
  17. 17. Development and customization of DSS (P) software for the case study basins of the nine states as per their need assessment for the identified basins. Eleven PDS are carried out to address hydrological problems of the study areas in the states. Procurement of office and training equipments and vehicles for institutional strengthening. Domestic and foreign trainings for the scientists of the institute involved in development and implementation of DSS(P) and foreign trainings of some of the scientists involved in carrying out PDS.
  18. 18. AMC of the DSS(P) software for technical support and maintenance. Trainings for states and central agencies on DSS(P) for sustainability of DSS(P). Applications of DSS(P) in selected additional basins of the states.
  19. 19. Technology advancement, adoptation of the best practices and training and capacity building are essential for integrated water resources development and management. DSS (P) provides a very useful and efficient tool for generating and analysing various scenarios for taking apt decisions. Involvement of planning and design wings of the State Water Resources Departments along with the data centres may lead to larger applicability of the DSS (P) for IWRDM in future. Engineers/ Officers involved in development and implementation of DSS(P) should be retained as their continuity is essential for sustainability of the DSS(P) software. Data collection, processing, storage, retrieval and dissemination using the state-of-art knowledge in Information Technology should be encouraged.
  20. 20. DSS(P) software is made online in 11agencies for 9 states by deploying the software on server. Online application for prediction of post monsoon drinking water scarcity situations was implemented for Maharashtra state. Online application for depicting current and historic reservoir water levels was developed for Maharashtra Dash Board functionality in the DSS (P) software may be used for dissemination of hydrological data and analysis results.
  21. 21. Workshops and awareness programmes for senior officers. Brochures.

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