Central Ground Water Board
The Himalayas, an important part of the geography of India, extend along the entire Northern and North-Eastern boundary of the country. It spans six Indian States namely, Jammu and Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh, Uttaranchal, West Bengal, Sikkim and a major part of Arunachal Pradesh from west to east.
Agencies monitoring groundwater level in various parts of India in 2011 A list by the Central Ground Water Boardposted 9 years 11 months ago
The CGWB has been monitoring groundwater levels on a quarterly basis during January, April/ May, August and November through a network of about 15000 observation wells located all over the country. This data is used for assessment of groundwater resources and changes in the regime consequent to various development and management activities.
Mitigation and remedy of groundwater arsenic menace in India: A vision document by NIH and CGWB (2010)posted 10 years 5 months ago
This document, an outcome of the joint efforts of NIH and CGWB gives a detailed outline emphasizing the gaps, focal areas of research, immediate measures to be taken up to provide arsenic safe potable water to the people in the arsenic vulnerable areas, other activities to be initiated for attaining a logical conclusion of the arsenic problem and also to develop a roadmap delineating as to how the suggested activities could be initiated, coordinated, undertaken, including framing out a budget estimate to fulfill those activities.
Status of groundwater in Charama block of Kanker district, Chattisgarh: Report from Central Ground Water Boardposted 11 years 9 months ago
The brochure provides complete information about the block and gives an overview of its geology as well as hydrogeology.
Pre-monsoon and post monsoon levels of water in the block have been mapped along with the hydrogeology of the region.
Download the brochure from link provided below
Changing geohydrological scenario in the hard rock terrain in India – A national seminar by the Geological Society of Indiaposted 11 years 11 months ago
The national seminar on “Changing geohydrological scenario in the hard rock terrain in India”, was jointly organised by the Geological Society of India, Department of Mines and Geology, Central Ground Water Board, Karnataka Jal Biradari and Karnataka Institute of Cooperative Management.
Watershed atlas of India from the Central Ground Water Board provides quite detailed basin maps for all major rivers of the country. To view the map by Central Ground Water Board click here