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Title: Ministry Of Water Resources, River Development


1
Ministry Of Water Resources, River Development
Ganga Rejuvenation Achievements in the Last One
Year
  • 04.06.2015

2
Objective of Ministry
  • Water Resources
  • Enhancing irrigation potential
  • Bridging the Gap between IPC IPU.
  • Sustainable Ground Water Management its
    Regulation
  • Flood Management / flood forecasting.
  • Enhancing water use efficiency and water
    conservation.
  • Development of water resources data base for
    effective decision making
  • Operationalizing National Water Policy
  • River Development
  • Inter-Linking of Rivers
  • River Basin Management for efficient utilisation
    of water
  • Nurturing excellence Innovation through R D
    and Capacity Building
  • Ganga Rejuvenation
  • Ensure effective abatement of pollution and
    rejuvenation of the river Ganga
  • Ensuring water quality and environmentally
    sustainable rejuvenation of the river Ganga


3
Ganga Rejuvenation
  • Structural Reorganization
  • Integrated Ganga Conservation Mission Namami
    Gange announced and budget allocations made
    (July 2014) Gazette Notification - 1st of August
    2014, for Ministry of (WR, RD GR).
  • NGRBA reconstituted (29th Sep 2014), meetings
    held ( 27th of October 2014 chaired by
    Minister, WR, RD, GR and 26th of March, 2015
    chaired by Honble PM)
  • Stakeholder Consultations
  • Ganga Manthan National level stakeholder
    consultation (7th of July 2014)
  • Website of NMCG launched with platform for
    suggestions (12th of September 2014),
  • Suggestions from mygov.in considered regularly
  • Consultation workshop with Industries ( 19th
    September/ 8th October 2014)
  • Strategy Formulation
  • Constitution of Group of Secretaries to finalize
    the action plan for Ganga Rejuvenation- 6th June
    2014, Submission of the report (28th of August
    2014)
  • Review by Honble PM on 8th September, 2014 and
    6th Jan 2015
  • EFC meeting held on 30th Dec 2014
  • High Level Task Force (HLTF) constituted chaired
    by Cabinet Secretary, 2 meetings held 13th Feb
    5th May 2015

4
Ganga Rejuvenation - 2
  • Cabinet approves Rs 20,000 Cr for Namami Gange
    for 2015-20 on 13.05 2015
  • Projects ongoing in 50 towns (Rs 5900 crores)
  • Additional projects worth Rs. 1700 Cr slated for
    sanction
  • Last Mile Projects (100 Town coverage of sewage
    treatment taken up/ongoing)
  • Allahabad Varanasi Haridwar (Preparations for
    upcoming Ardh Khumbh - Chandighat construction)
    Garhmukteshwar (Pilot Livelihood project for
    boatmen) Patna River Front Development
    Sahibganj Bhatpara, Kalyani, Gayespur, Halisahar
  • Kanpur Jajmau tannery cluster, under process

5
Ganga Rejuvenation- 3
  • Partnership launched with all 118 towns on the
    main stem
  • Ganga PIU being established in all 118 towns with
    rolling fund and dedicated staff under the Nirmal
    Ganga Sahbhagita scheme
  • Similar exercise with all 1649 Gram Panchayats
  • Project sponsoring facility launched with
    Ministry of Overseas Indian Affairs /CSR funding
    to incubate innovation and expedite projects
  • Notices issued to all Municipalities(118
    ULBs)/687 Grossly polluting industries follow
    up on action plans

6
Ganga Rejuvenation- 4
  • Bidders conference held with MoUD empanelled
    consultancy firms for DPRs and city plans
  • Market conference held with domestic/international
    sewage treatment industry- 268 participants
  • Conferences scheduled with District Magistrates
    of Ganga districts in May /June
  • Partnership with Ministry of Youth
    Affairs/NYKS/AYUSH
  • Projects formulated for tackling Ghat and river
    surface pollution- Aerators/trash skimmers/Solid
    waste collection
  • Eco-Task Force being operationalized

7
Achievements - INTER-LINKING OF RIVERS
  • Projects identified for fast tracking.
  • Ken-Betwa Link declared as National Project. Work
    on Forest Wild life and Environment clearance at
    a fast pace
  • Meeting with CM Maharshtra to build consensus
    on Damanganga - Pinjal and Par-Tapi - Narmada
    links.
  • Detailed investigations of Mahanadi-Godavari link
    focus on flood moderation helped in bringing
    Odisha on-board.
  • Constitution of a Special Committee Task Force
    on Inter-linking of Rivers

8
National Hydrology Project
HP - I (1995-2003)
HP - II (2006-2014)
NHP
  • 9 States
  • 6 Central Agencies
  • 13 States
  • 8 Central Agencies

Pan-India Cost Rs 3640 crore
  • NHP proposes
  • Establishing and upgrading Hydro-met network in
    all the river basins
  • Bringing the entire hydro-meteorological data on
    a standardised central database for easy storage,
    validation and dissemination
  • Development of Decision Support Systems for flood
    forecasting, reservoir operations, water
    resources planning management, conjunctive use
    etc. following a river basin approach
  • Enhancing capacity of the States and increasing
    collaboration between Centre States and amongst
    the States themselves.

8
9
STAKEHOLDERS CONSULTATION
  • Three day conference "Jal Manthan" organized in
    November, 2014 simplification of schemes.
  • Weekly review meetings conducted by Honble
    Minister - expedited decision making by removing
    bottlenecks

10
AWARENESS GENERATION
  • 3rd India Water Week on the theme Water
    Management for Sustainable Development
    successfully organised during 13-17 January,
    2015.
  • Hamara Jal-Hamara Jeewan organised in 485
    districts
  • 17.34 lakh students from 18,500 schools across
    the Country participated in National Level
    Painting Competition on Water conservation.
  • JAL Grams selected in States.

11
INITIATIVES IN PROGRESS
  • Consequent to the visit of Honble PM to Nepal,
    PDA for Pancheshwar Multipurpose Project on river
    Sarda set up.
  • Rs. 250 crore released for Polavaram Project
  • Siang Cabinet note

12
FLOOD FORECASTING
  • CWC started flood forecasting in JK at
    Rammunshibagh on Jhelum near Srinagar.
  • New flood forecasting web site launched, as part
    of the E-governance initiatives for timely
    dissemination of flood data.
  • Effective advisories issued to States during
    unprecedented floods and very severe cyclonic
    storms (HUDHUD and NILOFER).
  • Regional office of GFCC opened at Lucknow.

13
ASSISTANCE TO STATES
  • Grant of Rs. 2610 crore released to 26 Major
    Medium Irrigation Projects under AIBP - Creation
    of irrigation potential 5 lakh hectares.
  • Rs. 200 crore released for 50 projects under
    CADWM for creation of irrigation potential of 1.5
    lakh hectare.
  • Rs. 131 crore released to 1092 projects under RRR
    of water bodies.
  • Rs.320 crore released to NCT of Delhi for water
    sector reforms including Rs.50 crore for Renuka
    Dam Project.
  • Rs. 320.23 crore released to States for 78 flood
    protection works.

14
INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION
  • Loan assistance agreement for 33,959 million
    Japanese Yen from JICA for Rengali Irrigation
    Sub-project, signed on 27.3.2015
  • Fruitful collaboration with Australia and Germany
  • MOU between India and Bahrain on 22.2.2015 during
    the India Bahrain High Level Joint Commission
    Meeting at New Delhi.

15
DECISION SUPPORT SYSTEM
  • Web based water resources information system on
    GIS platform India-WRIS maintained. Regularly
    updated data of CWC and CGWB placed on portal for
    public access.
  • 5th Minor Irrigation Census has been undertaken
    for mapping of minor irrigation schemes in the
    Country.
  • 155 new Hydrological Observation Stations added
    in the network

16
DECISION SUPPORT SYSTEM contd...
  • A cumulative basin impact study for Siang
    sub-basin of Brahmaputra basin carried out and
    master plan based strategy on hydro development
    was developed paving way for development of
    17,800 MW hydropower
  • Rapid simulation study regarding formation of
    another landslide dam in North Western Himalayan
    region (near Phuktal) was conducted for
    suggesting measures for safe handling of the
    situation in the event of breach

17
Appraisal Monitoring
  • Fully automated portal for online processing and
    monitoring of proposals under AIBP was launched
  • Appraisal of 4 irrigation (for irrigation to
    2,30,417 Ha) and 12 flood protection (for
    protection to 1,07,687 Ha) completed. 42 new
    irrigation projects 16 revised cost estimates
    are under appraisal.

18
Ground Water Management
  • Aquifer mapping 5.89 lakh sq.km
  • A web based NOC for ground water extraction
    launched.
  • Three scientists of Central Ground Water Board
    Dr. D. Gyansundar, Dr. M. Sentil Kumar and Shri.
    N. Ramesh Kumar honoured with the prestigious
    National Geoscience Award by the Honble
    President of India
  • .
  • CGWB has been awarded Special Achievement in GIS
    (SAG) award at 15th ESRI India User Conference
    for the application of GIS in data base
    management in ground water domain.

19
FOCUS ON NORTH - EAST
  • Visit of Honble Minister to North East during
    February - Discussion with Honble CMs of
    Arunachal Pradesh and Assam to build consensus on
    issue of Middle Siang Hydroelectric Project.
  • Visit to Majauli island and on spot assessment of
    flood management.
  • Work started on establishment of NEBRRA.

20
  • THANKS
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