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  1. 1. HYDROLOGY PROJECT-II GOA FUNDED BY WORLD BANK IMPLEMENTED THROUGH MINISTRY OF WATER RESOURCES GOVERNMENT OF INDIA APRIL 2006 TO MAY 2014 Visit of Final Supervision and Completion Mission of the World Bank during May 5-16, 2014
  2. 2. ABOUT THE STATE  The State of Goa is located on India’s west coast between North Latitude 14 ° 53′ 57″ and 15 ° 47′ 59″ and between East Longitude 73 ° 40′ 35″ and 74 ° 20′ 11″.The geographical area of Goa state is 3702 Sq. Kms. and divided into two district namely North Goa (1736 Sq. Kms.) and South Goa (1966 Sq. Kms.)having six and five Talukas respectively. Panaji is the State capital as well as the headquarters for North Goa District and Margao is headquarter for South Goa District. Goa State is having a population of 1.40 million
  3. 3. HYDROLOGY PROJECT II- AT A GLANCE
  4. 4. CLIMATE   There is considerable variation in climate of the State due to elevation , topography and movement of air masses. Climatically the year can be divided into three distinct seasons:   Monsoon (June to October)         Winter (November to February)         Summer (March to May) The State of Goa receives rainfall when southwest monsoon is active. Rainfall is not uniform throughout the State. Long term rainfall records show that an area in Western Ghat region in Eastern part of the State receives an average rainfall exceeding 4500 mm per year, whereas coastal region on Western part receives average rainfall of 2500 mm per year and region in between receives rainfall ranging from 2500 mm to 4500mm per year. Approximately 90 to 95 % of this total annual rainfall is received during the monsoon season and roughly more than two thirds of this in three months i.e. June to August. Accordingly, due to extreme variability with location and in rainfall intensity, a rather dense network of rainfall gauge stations is required to adequately measure and/or record rainfall patterns and distribution across the State.
  5. 5. RIVER BASINS  The State possesses a vast potential of assured water. This entire wealth of water potential, about 80 to 90% of it gets drained to the Arabian sea during the monsoon period of just four months  The surface drainage is helped by a number of nallahs, rivulets and rivers which principally run across the State in a westerly direction and finally into the Arabian sea.
  6. 6. THERE ARE NINE RIVER BASINS OF WEST FLOWING SHORT RIVERS ORIGINATING FROM WESTERN GHATS AND DRAINING INTO ARABIAN SEA IN THE WEST UNDER ESTUARINE ENVIRONMENT. IN MOST OF THE RIVER TIDAL EFFECT IS FELT OVER A DISTANCE OF 30 KMS FROM MOUTH. Sr.No River Basin Length within State Length within salinity zone Basin Area in Sq.Kms. 1 TEREKHOL 26 26 71 2 CHAPORA 32 32 255 3 BAGA 10 10 50 4 MANDOVI 52 36 1580 5 ZUARI 145 42 973 6 SAL 40 14 301 7 SALERI 11 5 149 8 TALPONA 32 7 233 9 GALGIBAG 14 4 90 TOTAL 3702 RIVER BASINSRIVER BASINS
  7. 7. BASIN MAP OF GOA
  8. 8. SCOPE OF THE PROJECTSCOPE OF THE PROJECT The project envisages improvement of management of hydrological data in general and project in particular. The raw data collected from field observation would not be enough for design of hydrology and river basin planning unless it is analyzed, processed and stored in a easily retrievable form in the state data center with conjunctive strengthening and linkage between State and Center. In order to achieve the above target the Hydrology Project Phase-II has been structured in to the following components.   Surface Water hydrology  Ground Water Hydrology  Hydro Meteorology  Water Quality
  9. 9. EXPENDITURE ON THE PROJECTEXPENDITURE ON THE PROJECT  Loan amount by World Bank: Rs. 15.8362 Crores.  State Share: Rs 3.0821 Crores.  Total Project Cost: Rs 22.6455 Crores.  Expenditure from April 2006 up to March 2014 Rs 18.9183 Crores.  Works/ goods for which payment has to be made in the remaining period = Rs 3.73 Crores.
  10. 10. ORGANOGRAM FOR HP-II
  11. 11. LAUNCH OF THE PROJECT IN APRIL 2006  Project launch in April 2006  Interactive session held with central agencies at Goa in May 2006  As per advise of Central agencies four expert committees for Surface Water, Ground Water, Hydro Meteorology and Water Quality to implement the project formed
  12. 12. FORMATION OF COMMITTEES  State Level Steering Committee chaired by Secretary & Commissioner (Water Resources) formed. First meeting held in March 2007 and second meeting held in March 2010.  Expert Committees on Surface Water, Ground Water and Hydrometeorology formed and various meetings held.  Hydrology Users Committee formed.
  13. 13. SURFACE WATER  23 River Gauge stations identified and proposal submitted to Expert Committee for approval.  Expert Committee on Surface Water at its first meeting held on 04/01/2007 approved establishment of 6 River Gauge Stations, at its second meeting held on 23/01/2008 approved establishment of 3 River Gauge Stations and at its third meeting held on 09/03/2010 approved establishment of 2 River Gauge Stations. All the approved River Gauge sites are Bridge sites and have been established.
  14. 14. SURFACE WATER  Sites for River Gauge Stations are: 1. Bicholim(Bicholim river) 7. Orthofond ( Talpona ) 2. Ghoteli (Valvanti river) 8. Paikul (Ragada river) 3. Ugem (Zuari river) 9.Zambauli (Kushawati river) 4.Hassapur(Kalna river) 10. Daucond (Khandepar river) 5. Verna (Sal river) 11. Borus ( Galgibag ) 6. Khadki (Madei river)  The collection of data with current meter, counter & bridge outfit from the above RG Sites has started from July 2009 and June 2010. The data is entered in SWDES & submitted to CWC, Hyderabad on 30/08/2013 for Inter-Agency data validation
  15. 15. SURFACE WATER  3 Nos Accoustic Doppler Current Profiler’s (ADCP) are procured in Dec 2012 and data is being collected from the GD sites.  3 Nos Crane have been fitted on 3 Nos TATA 207 DI vehicles for operation of the ADCP from the bridges to collect the data.  11 Nos Radar Water Level Sensors are installed at 11 GD sites and data is transmitted via telemetry to the Data Centre, Porvorim and the data is stored in the server  The data on real time basis of the water levels in the 11 sites is available in the website http://goawrdhpii.com
  16. 16. LOCATION MAP RWLS & GD SITES
  17. 17. ADCP SITES Khadki Daucond Crane fitted on TATA vehicle
  18. 18. ADCP operation with Crane fitted on TATA vehicle
  19. 19. RIVER GAUGE SITES Kudchire (Bicholim) Sonal (Sattari) Sonal (Sattari) Paikul (Sattari)
  20. 20. STAFF TAKING READING AT GD STATION
  21. 21. RWLS SITES Daucond Uguem Ardhofond
  22. 22. DATA CENTRE & LABORATORY LEVEL II+  The building of Data Centre and laboratory was inaugurated on 27-7-2010 and became functional after posting of the surface and ground water personnel and equipments.  Presently Data Center receives real-time data from hydro meteorological sites i.e Automatic Weather Station & Automatic Rain Gauge Station, Surface water levels from the river gauge stations and Ground water levels from Ground water level monitoring stations spread all over Goa.  A Server is established in the data center where all the data is received and stored.  Under Real Time Data Acquisition System, the flood monitoring of 15 Nos stations will be done on real time with radar water level sensor and earth receiving station. The data received in the Data Centre will be stored in the server and SMS will be generated about the flood levels and sent to pre-determined mobile numbers.
  23. 23. DATA CENTER AND LABORATORY LEVEL II+ AT PORVORIM Rear view Front view
  24. 24. DATA CENTER AND LABORATORY LEVEL II+ AT PORVORIM Perspective View Data Center
  25. 25. HYDRO METEOROLOGY  Expert Committee on hydro meteorology at its first meeting held on 23/01/2007 approved establishing of 2 full climatic stations and 6 rain gauge stations.  Sites identified are as follows: FCS:1.Pajimol (Sanguem) 2. Karapur Tisk (Bicholim) ARG:1. Opa (Ponda), 2. Dhargal (Pernem), 3. Valpoi (Sattari), 4.Colvale (Bardez), 5. Canacona, 6.Cuncolim (Salcette)  The collection of data from the above stations has started from July 2009.  The data is entered in SWDES & submitted to National Data Center, IMD, Pune on 19/09/2013 for Inter-Agency data validation
  26. 26. HYDRO METEOROLOGY  4 Nos Automatic Weather Stations are installed & commissioned at the following locations. 1.Pajimol (Sanguem), 2. Karapur Tisk 3. Verna 4. Canacona  6 Nos Automatic Rain Gauge Stations are established at the following locations. 1. Opa (Ponda) 2. Dhargal (Pernem) 3. Valpoi (Sattari) 4.Colvale (Bardez) 5.Canacona 6.Cuncolim (Salcette)  The data is received in Data Centre Porvorim through telemetry and stored in the server. Presently the data from Verna & Canacona is available on real-time basis on http://goawrdhpii.com
  27. 27. LOCATION MAP OF AUTOMATIC WEATHER STATIONS,AUTOMATIC RAIN GAUGE STATIONS,FULL CLIMATIC STATIONS & STANDARD RAIN GAUGE STATIONS
  28. 28. COLVALE ARG and SRG at Cuncolim ARG and SRG at Veluz, Valpoi AWS at Canacona
  29. 29. ARG AND SRG AT OPA ARG AND SRG AT CHAPOLI ARG AND SRG AT DHARGAL PERNEM
  30. 30. FCS & AWS AT PAJIMOL SANGUEM FCS & AWS AT KARAPUR TISK
  31. 31. GROUND WATER  Sites for establishing 110 Ground water monitoring stations identified.  Expert Committee on Ground Water at its first meeting held on 26/02/2007 approved establishment of 110 Ground water monitoring stations. (50 open wells, 60 piezometers out of which 41 new and 19 improvement)  Ground Water monitoring network consisting of 47 open wells and 57 piezometers established.  25 Piezometers have been installed with DWLR besides 5 under PDS.  The monitoring of water level for Ground Water has started since May 2008 and the data collected is entered in Excel Sheets. The data is sent to CGWB, Bangalore for data validation  Telemetry to 22 ground water monitoring network stations and 5 under PDS has been Installed .
  32. 32. LOCATION MAP OF OPEN WELLS & PIEZOMETERS
  33. 33. PIEZOMETERS WITH DWLR AND TELEMETRY
  34. 34. PIEZOMETERS WITH DWLR AND TELEMETRY
  35. 35. WATER QUALITY  Civil work for construction of laboratory level II+ and data center is completed.  Procurement of Laboratory Instruments for level II+ is completed.  Supply order for procurement of Atomic Absorption Spectrophotometer and Gas Chromatograph is issued.  Supply order for procurement of Total Organic Carbon Analyzer will be issued shortly.  126 Ground water monitoring stations will be utilized for GW Quality monitoring.
  36. 36. PURPOSE DRIVEN STUDIES  Purpose driven studies under Ground water titled “EVALUATION OF DOWNSTREAM CONSEQUENCES OF GROUND WATER DEVELOPMENT AT VERNA INDUSTRIAL ESTATE AND WATER RESOURCES MANAGEMENT” was taken up and final report is submitted to PCS for approval.
  37. 37. LABORATORY LEVEL II + AT PORVORIM GOA
  38. 38. TRAININGS Sr. No. No. of trainees Course title Place Duration 1 2 World Bank procurement Procedures in (National Institute for Financial Management) Faridabad 28/11/05 to 9/12/05 2 2 Workshop on Financial Management reporting and other key issues under Hydrology Project II New Delhi 23/1/07 to 27/1/07 3 3 Workshop on Financial Management reporting NWA, Pune 24/05/07 to 25/05/07 4 1 Workshop on Financial Management Issues on Hydrology Project Phase-II. New Delhi 29/07/07 to 31/07/07 5 2 Workshop on Financial Reporting under HP-II Roorkee 24/4/08 to 30/4/08 6 1 Workshop on Development of Hydrological Design Aids ( SW ) under Hydrology Project II New Delhi 03/06/10 to 05/06/10 7 3 Workshop to Review the Progress of Implementation of Purpose Driven Studies of various implementing agencies under Hydrology Project II New Delhi 19/10/10 to 23/10/10 8 24 Training on DWLR Porvorim 08/11/11 to 09/11/11 9 24 Training on Automatic Weather Stations and Automatic Rain Gauge Goa 07-12-2011 10 2 Training of trainers Programme in Hydrometry NWA,Pune 6/10/07 to 14/10/07 11 2 Training of trainers Programme in Hydrometry NWA,Pune 28/2/07 to 2/3/07 12 2 Training Programme on WISDOM NWA,Pune 24/05/07 to 25/05/07 13 3 Applications of Remote Sensing and GIS in Water Resources Management at N. I. Hydrology NIH Roorkee 10/3/08 to 14/3/08
  39. 39. 14 2 Workshop in Financial Management in HP-II New Delhi 8/9/06 to 15/9/06 15 2 Training for Desk Officer under HP II New Delhi 23/04/10 to 30/04/10 16 2 Training on Surface Water Data Processing & its validation using HYMOS Software. NWA,Pune 7/11/06 to 17/11/06 17 30 Workshop on "SWDES" at Porvorim, Data Centre, Hydrology Phase II by N.I.H Roorkee. Porvorim 16/11/11 to 19/11/11 18 15 Training on ARC GIS Software Porvorim 20/09/10 to 24/09/10 19 Training on ARC GIS Software Porvorim 13/12/10 to 17/12/10 20 22 One day interactive sanction basic Water Quality Porvorim 10-08-2011 21 Training on Supply, Installation and Commissioning of Automatic Weather Stations and Automatic Rain Gauge at various sites in Goa. 07-12-2011 22 Training on Surface Water Data Proecessing & its validation using HYMOS Software. Pune 23 30 Training programme by CWPRS on VSC of current meters and counters used in river gauge stations Porvorim 24 Training of Supervisors in Hydromet Course under HP-II. Pune 9/2/09 to 20/2/09 25 2 Training Programme on Application on geoinformatics in water sector Pune 6/8/06 to 19/8/06
  40. 40. 26 2 Training Programme on Application on geoinformatics in water sector NWA,Pune 28/2/07 to 2/3/07 27 3 Training Programme on WISDOM NWA,Pune 28/2/07 to 2/3/07 28 Training Programme on WISDOM Pune 16/04/07 to 27/04/07 29 2 World Bank procurement Procedures at ASCI Hyderabad July 2006 30 1 Training for Geotechnical and Hydrological instrumentation conducted by National Water Academy, Pune Pune 28/1/07 to 3/2/07 31 3 Hydro meotrology Traning Pune 16/04/07 to 27/04/07 32 2 Senior Level Refresher Course conducted by IMD under HP-II IMD ,Pune 10/07/07 to 15/07/07 33 5 Two day workshop on "Financial Management Reporting System" at National Water Academy, Pune Pune 17/6/09 to 22/6/09 34 2 Training for Desk Officer under HP II New Delhi 23/04/10 to 30/04/10 35 10 Basic Hydromet Observer Course for (3 weeks) at CTI Pune Pune 14/6/09 to 4/7/09 36 2 Workshop on web based financial Management Reporting System Pune 18/05/11 to 23/05/11 37 2 Workshop on Financial Management reporting NWA,Pune 10/03/10 to 14/03/10
  41. 41. TRAINING IN SWDES BY NIH
  42. 42. HIS-CHART FOR DATA FLOW IN HYDROLOGY PROJECT -GOA USER AGENCIES Sub Division at Quepem Ground Water (South) data Collection Data Centre HYMOS secondary at Porvorim Wisdom Data Storage Sub Division at Porvorim Ground Water (North) data Collection Sub Division II SWDES & at Ponda Primary validation Works Division III Compilation Data at Ponda Processing Sub Division II SWDES & Primary at Margao validation FCS Raw data Karapur Tiska Uguem River gauge stations Raw data Opa Rain gauge stations Raw data Talpona River gauge stations Raw data Sub Division II SWDES & Primary at Ponda validation Cuncolim Pajimol Sanguem FCS Raw data Rain gauge stations Raw data GalgibagSalZambaulim Dhaucond Chapoli Canacona River gauge stations Raw data Hassapur Kudchire Ghoteli Khdaki Paikul Rain gauge stations Raw data Dhargal Karaswada Valpoi
  43. 43. DATA AVAILABILITY Sr. No. Name of the station Period 1. Chapoli (SRG) 08/07/2009 to 31/12/2012 2. Cuncolim (SRG) 08/07/2009 to 31/12/2012 3. Opa (SRG) 01/01/2010 to 31/12/2012 4. Pajimol (FCS) 08/07/2009 to 31/12/2012 5. Dhargal (SRG) 01/06/2009 to 31/12/2012 6. Valpoi (SRG) 01/06/2009 to 31/12/2012 7. Colvale (SRG) 01/06/2009 to 31/12/2012 8. Karapur (FCS) 07/07/2009 to 31/12/2012 Rain Gauge Data sent to IMD, Pune for Validation
  44. 44. DATA AVAILABILITY Sr. No. Name of the station Period 1. Ardhafond 14/10/2010 to 10/01/2011, 14/06/2011 to 31/01/2012, 11/06/2012 to 31/01/2013. 2. Borus 12/10/2010 to 24/12/2010, 09/06/2011 to 30/11/2011, 18/06/2012 to 03/12/2012. 3. Ghoteli 21/07/2009 to 02/02/2011, 06/06/2011 to 20/12/2011, 12/06/2012 to 31/10/2012. 4. Hasapur 15/07/2009 to 13/01/2010, 25/06/2010 to 31/12/2010, 10/06/2011 to 22/12/2011, 18/06/2012 to 31/12/2012, 10/06/2013 to 25/06/2013. 5. Khadki 02/07/2010 to 28/02/2011, 10/06/2011 to 31/12/2011, 17/06/2012 to 30/11/2012. 6. Kudchirem 22/07/2009, 13/08/2009 to 28/01/2010, 24/06/2010 to 16/12/2010, 20/06/2011 to 14/12/2011, 16/06/2012 to 31/10/2012. 7. Paikul 16/07/2009 to 21/12/2009, 28/06/2010 to 17/12/2010, 11/06/2011 to 24/11/2011, 17/06/2012 to 29/10/2012, 06/11/2012 to 09/11/2012. 8 Verna 23/09/2009 to 11/10/2009, 06/07/2010 to 31/10/2012, 09/06/2011 to 13/10/2011, 07/06/2012 to 17/10/2012. 9. Uguem 23/06/2010 to 31/12/2010, 10/06/2011 to 30/11/2011, 18/06/2012 to 12/12/2012. 10. Daucond 03/07/2010 to 09/12/2010, 14/06/2011 to 30/11/2011, 19/06/2012 to 30/11/2012. 11. Zambaulim 23/09/2009 to 18/12/2009, 30/06/2010 to 26/12/2010, 08/06/2011 to 28/12/2011, 18/06/2012 to 30/11/2012. River Gauge Data sent to CWC Hyderabad for Validation
  45. 45. COST OF THE PROJECT- AS PER PIP Sr. No Components Cost % Investment Costs 1. Institutional strengthening 247.24 10.92 % 2. Horizontal Expansion 1042.23 46.03 % Total 1289.57 56.95 % Recurrent Costs 1. Institutional Strengthening 239.14 10.56 % 2. Horizontal Expansion 735.86 32.49 % Total 975.00 43.05 % Grand Total 2264.57 100.00 %
  46. 46. COST ESTIMATE SUMMARY- AS PER PIP Sr. No Description Total Cost Percent age % Loan Amount by W B State Share 1 Civil Works 552.77 24.41 497.49 055.28 2 Goods Equipment, vehicle Foreign 302.41 13.35 302.41 000.00 Local 202.55 8.94 162.05 040.51 3 Consultancy Services 076.12 3.36 068.51 007.61 4 Training 155.71 6.88 155.71 000.00 5 Operation &Maintenance 326.37 14.41 212.50 113.87 6 Staffing 648.62 28.65 472.40 176.22 TOTAL 2264.55 100.00 1871.06 393.49
  47. 47. COST ESTIMATE SUMMARY- AS PER ACTUAL Sr. No Description Total Cost Perce ntage % Loan Amount by W B State Share 1 Civil Works (A)- Expenditure incurred 371.03 16.94 310.49 60.54 (B)- Expenditure to be incurred 55.17 2.52 49.65 5.52 2 Goods Equipment, vehicle         Foreign 0 0.00 0.00  0 Local (A)- Expenditure incurred 698.94 31.91 651.10 47.84 Local (B)- Expenditure to be incurred before May 31, 2014 228.62 10.44 228.62 0.00 3 Consultancy Services 0 0.00 0 0 4 Training 22.53 1.03 22.53 0 5 Operation &Maintenance- (A)- Expenditure incurred 88.29 4.03 66.22 22.07 Operation &Maintenance- (B)- Expenditure to be incurred 6 0.27 4.50 1.50 6 Staffing (A)- Expenditure incurred 711.04 32.46 533.28 177.76 Staffing(B)- Expenditure to be incurred 9 0.41 6.75 2.25 TOTAL 2190.62 100.00 1873.14 317.48
  48. 48. COST ESTIMATE SUMMARY- PIP VS ACTUAL Sr. No Description As per PIP As per Actual Total Cost Percent age % Loan Amount by W B State Share Total Cost Percent age % Loan Amount by W B State Share 1 Civil Works 552.77 24.41 497.49 55.28 426.20 19.46 360.14 66.06 2 Goods Foreign 302.41 13.35 302.41 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 Local 202.55 8.94 162.05 40.51 927.56 42.34 879.72 47.84 3 Consultancy Services 76.12 3.36 68.51 7.61 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 4 Training 155.71 6.88 155.71 0.00 22.53 1.03 22.53 0.00 5 Operation &Maintenance 326.37 14.41 212.5 113.87 94.29 4.30 70.72 23.57 6 Staffing 648.62 28.65 472.4 176.22 720.04 32.87 540.03 180.01 TOTAL 2264.6 100.00 1871.1 393.49 2190.62 100.00 1873.14 317.48
  49. 49. COST ESTIMATE SUMMARY- AS PER ACTUAL  Component wise Expenditure from April 2006 to Mar 2014 Rs in Lakhs 2006- 2007 2007- 2008 2008- 2009 2009- 2010 2010- 2011 2011- 12 2012- 2013 2013- 14 TOTAL Civil 3.68 24.21 89.87 86.44 80.21 25.16 10.52 50.93 371.03 Good 19.55 15.02 36.81 111.59 68.83 149.16 167.01 130.98 698.94 Trainin g 1.74 0.86 0.39 1.19 9.22 5.86 2.16 1.11 22.53 O&M 1.73 2.07 41.60 148.77 173.94 272.24 95.00 63.98 799.34 26.70 42.16 168.67 347.99 332.20 452.43 274.70 246.99 1891.84

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