Telangana: Rise in groundwater degrees in March
Hyderabad: Out of 33 areas, in 2 areas ordinary water degree was much less than 5 m bgl, in continuing to be 23 areas, it was in between 5 as well as 10 m bgl as well as in 8 areas it was in between 10 as well as 15 mbgl.
A web standard increase of 1.15 m in groundwater degrees was observed throughout March -2022 as contrasted to March -2021 as well as increase was observed in 31 areas from 0.12 m in Nagarkurnool to 3.60 m in Sangareddy, while fall in continuing to be 2 areas from 0.12 m in Medchal to 0.15 m inHanumakonda
GWD Director Pandith Madhnure stated the division kept an eye on water degrees throughout March -2022 with 1296 piezometers keeping track of terminals covering all mandals from 33 areas ofTelangana
During the water year 2021-22 approximately 31st March 2022, the State obtained rains of 1140 mm versus 865 mm of typical rains as well as it varies from 573 mm in Jogulamba Gadwal area to 1530 mm in Rajanna-Sircilla area. Thus, there was 32 percent of excess rains throughout this duration as contrasted to typical yearly rains.
Twenty 6 areas– Adilabad, Bhadradri, Bhupalpally, Hanumakonda, Hyderabad, Jagityal, Jangaon, Kamareddy, Karimnagar, Khammam, Kumuram Bheem-Asifabad, Mahabubabad, Mahabubnagar, Medak, Medchal, Nalgonda, Narayanpet, Nirmal Nizamabad, Rangareddy, Siddipet, Vikarabad, Wanaparthy, Warangal, Yadadri as well as Rajanna-Sircilla areas obtained excess rains from 20 percent to 75 percent as well as continuing to be 7 areas obtained typical rains from much less than one percent to 13 percent.
The GWD stated the water degrees throughout March -2022 compared to decadal standard of March (2012-2021) degrees, it was observed that, out of 594 mandals, increase in the variety of 0.04-32.04 m was observed in 336 (67 percent) mandals as well as fall in the variety of 0.01-7.30 m in 258 (43 %) mandals.
The increase contrasted to decadal standard of March (2012-2021) approximately 0.5 m was observed in 39 mandals, 0.5-1.0 m in 27 mandals, one to 2 m in 72 mandals as well as greater than 2 m in 198 mandals dropping in north, eastern as well as southerly components of Nirmal, eastern components of Rajanna-Sircilla, eastern components of Jagtial, western components of Mahabubabad, western as well as main components of Warangal, Hanmakonda Karimnagar, Siddipet, Suryapet, Medak, Jangoan, Kamareddy, Yadadri, Hyderabad, Mahabubnagar, south component of Bhupalpally, Bhadradri, Rangareddy, north component of Medchal, Khammam, main component of Jogulamba Gadwal, Vikarabad, Nagarkurnool, Narayanpet, Nalgonda as well as Wanaparthy areas.
The fall contrasted to the decadal standard of March (2012-2021)) approximately 0.5 m was observed in 30 mandals, 0.5 to one m in 29 mandals, one to 2 m in 36 mandals as well as greater than 2 m in 163 mandals, he included.