The ground water is a replenishable and dynamic resource in nature. For assessing its availability over time and space and ensuing sustainability of the development programs , it becomes essential to continuously or periodically monitor the ground water regime and quality.

The report entitled "Report on Ground water quality in shallow aquifers in India" summarizes various aspects of ground water quality in the shallow aquifers in the country with special reference to six parameters viz. salinity, chloride, arsenic, fluoride, iron and nitrate.

Ground Water Year Book is prepared annually by CGWB depicting changes in ground water regime of the country through different seasons. It is an effort to obtain information on ground water levels through representative monitoring wells. The important attributes of ground water regime monitoring are ground water level.

Ground Water Year Book is prepared annually by CGWB depicting changes in ground water regime of the country through different seasons. It is an effort to obtain information on ground water levels through representative monitoring wells. The important attributes of ground water regime monitoring are ground water level.

Ground Water Year Book is based on the information generated by monitoring of ground water observation wells of NCT-Delhi during the field Season of 2015-16. The water requirement in National Capital Territory of Delhi is increasing at a rapid pace mainly due to ever increasing population and its associated demands.

Ground Water Year Book is prepared annually by CGWB depicting changes in ground water regime of the country through different seasons. It is an effort to obtain information on ground water levels through representative sampling. The important attributes of ground water regime monitoring are ground water level.

Central Ground Water Board, Ministry of Water Resources, River Development & Ganga Rejuvenation, Government of India, has been carrying out ground water regime studies all over the country for generating historical data base in order to establish dynamics of ground water regime which plays a crucial role for estimation of ground water resour

The limited ground water resources in Rajasthan are increasingly being exploited for irrigation, Industrial and domestic uses. The impact of these stresses coupled with non uniform rainfall are manifested in the form of changes in water levels and groundwater quality in the State.

Central Ground Water Board (CGWB), Central Region has established 1772 ‘Ground Water Monitoring Wells’ (GWMW) in the Maharashtra State and the Union Territory of Dadra and Nagar Haveli. Out of which, 210 wells are either abandoned or not being monitored due to various unavoidable reasons.

The prime objective of the guidelines for evaluation of proposals/requests for the withdrawal of ground water, is to focus on a specific part of ground water management viz.

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