Groundwater Resources Division

Ground Water Resources Division of the Centre came into existence in November, 2012. Earlier this division was known as Water Resource Division II and was engaged in water resources activities mainly in eastern parts of U.P. covering nearly all revenue divisions of eastern U.P. and some revenue divisions of central U.P. The ground water exploration studies were conducted in Bundelkhand area using integrated techniques of Remote Sensing, Hydro geological and geo-electrical technique for user department such as, U.P. Jal Nigam, minor irrigation state tube well construction Division, etc.The division has carried out various specific projects in the above-mentioned areas or other areas of the State. Apart from exploration of groundwater using remote sensing and geophysical techniques, Preparation of groundwater prospect maps, Creation of natural resources and utility data base through remote sensing, GIS, GPS and surface geophysical surveys techniques etc. were also made by the division. The division has also participated in the activities of other divisions of the Centre for various integrated studies as & when required. Now as newly created division, this division is engaged mainly in ground water resources related studies viz. Ground Water Targeting, Geophysical survey for delineation of horizontal and vertical geometry of aquifers and aquifer mapping, studies for rainwater harvesting and artificial recharge of groundwater and studies related to groundwater assessment & management. Ground water quality studies have also been conducted in U.P. sodic land reclamation project and state water sanitation mission project and where & when needed. The well-established water analytical laboratory is also existed in the Centre.

Dr. S. Ravi Prakash

Dr. S. Ravi Prakash
Designation  Scientist-SG, &  Head, GWRD
Qualification M.Sc Tech, P.G.G.G. and Ph.D
Area of Specialization Ground water exploration, Hydro-geology, Ground water and Surface water quality studies using Remote sensing and G.I.S
Experience in Years

28 years experience in Ground water exploration using integrated techniques of Remote Sensing, Hydro-geology and G.I.S. and Ground water & Surface water quality studies using Remote sensing and G.I.S.

Publications 23 Research Paper and 17 Technical Reports
Contact No. 9415103034, 0522-2730323(Off.) & 8765977650
Email-id somayajula2001@yahoo.com

Shri Vinit J. Ganvir

Shri Vinit J. Ganvir
Designation  Scientist-SE
Qualification M.Sc. (Tech) exploration Geophysics
Area of Specialization

Remote Sensing, Geographical Information System (GIS) Global Positioning System, Surface Geophysical Registivity Survey.

Experience in Years 25 years
Publications 2 Research Paper and 13 Technical Reports
Contact No. 9451144193 & 8765977655
E-mail ID vinitjganvir@gmail.com

Shri Arjun Singh

Shri Arjun Singh
Present Designation  Scientist-SD
Qualification M.Tech. (Applied Geology)
Area of Specialization

Remote Sensing, Geographical Information System (GIS) Global Positioning System.

Experience in Years 09 years
Publications 01 Research Paper and 101 Technical Reports
Contact No. 9415788521
E-mail ID arjunrsac@gmail.com
  • Ground Water Targetting.
  • Rain Water Harvesting & Artificial Recharge of Ground Water.
  • Pilot project GPS Based Mapping and Water Quality Testing of Drinking Water Sources in Barauli Ahir block, Agra District and Mauranipur block, Jhansi District (2014-15).
  • C.R.F. (Calamity relief project) funded by Govt. of Uttar Pradesh during drought in Budelkhand Region (2007-2008).
  • Rajiv Gandhi National Drinking Water Mission Project III B (Bundelkhand region) 2009-11 prepares ground water prospects maps.
  • GPS Based Mapping and Water Quality Testing of Drinking Water Sources in 10 District of Gorakhpur Zone (2013-2017).
S.No. TITLE AUTHORS YEARS NAME OF JOURNAL & PAGES
1 Some results of Ground Water Targetting in Granitic terrain of Lalitpur Distt., U.P.  D.Mishra 
April, 1986
10 Sep. 1986
Jour. Assoc. Expl. Geophysics 
Vol. VII, No. 2 page. 99-108
Hindustan Times, Highlighted in PTI Science Service 9th Sep. 1986
2 Applications of Remote Sensing in Geo- morphological and hydro geological studies for development of ground water resources in part of Mauranipur area, Jhansi district, U.P. Rajiva Mohan,
D. Mishra, et.al.
National Symposium on R.S. in Geology organize by ISRS, Ahmedabad
3 Development and utilization of ground water resources parts of Bundelkhand region, U.P. Hira Singh,D. Mishra
March, 1987
Proceeding of Indian Water 
Congress held in March, 87
at Vigyan Bhavan, New Delhi.
4 Remote Sensing .and Geo electric Investigation for ground water in South Central part of Lalitpur district, U.P. D.Mishra, Hira Singh&  M.B.S.Rao  January. 1990 Jour. Assoc. Exploration Geophysics 
Vol. XI, No. 1, Page 717 -28
5 Remote Sensing and resistivity surveys for groundwater investigations in south central part of district Lalitpur, U.P. D.Mishra, January, 1990 AEG Jour.
6 Groundwater investigations around Mahoba, Hamirpur district, U.P. D.Mishra, January, 1991 AEG Jour.
7 Resistivity profiling and sounding for the locations of water wells in crystalline rock areas around, Jhansi, U.P. D.Mishra, D. 5-7 Dec., 1990 16th Annual Convention of AEG, Dehradun
8 Identification and Evaluation of Hydrogeomorphic feature around Banda city using remote sensing technique D.Mishra, 11-12 Dec., 1990 All India Seminar on Groundwater Investigations, Lucknow
9 Geoelectrical Investigations for ground water in Jhansi Municipality area; district-Jhansi, U.P. D.Mishra, & M.B.S Rao, Presented in Seminar on 
"Hydrology" 28-30 Aug.
10 Quartz reet as a hydrological factor-A case study from of hard rock Terrain in Bundelkhand region, U.P. Rao, M.B.S. Mohan, Rajeev & Mishra, D. Presented in Seminar on 
“Hydrology” 28-30 Aug.
11 Ground Water Exploration in part of Harmirpur district, U.P, D.Mishra, & M.B.S. Rao  
12 Remote Sensing Studies for the evaluation of hydrogeological conditions in parts of Pahuj Basin, Bundelkhand region, U.P.  M.B.S Rao & D.Mishra, Presented in AEG Seminar Baroda
13 Remote Sensing Studies for groundwater investigations in parts of Dhusan Basin, U. P.  M.B.S.Rao,P Kumar &D Mishra. National Symposium or 
Hydrology Roorkce
14 Remote Sensing Techniques for evaluation of hydrogeological conditions in sedimentary rocks of Manikpur Markundi area, U.P. D Mishra, M.B.S Rao,&A Jayaram. Abstract was accepted for 
Asian Conference of Remote
Sensing held at Jakarta, Indonesia
15 Remote Sensing and geoloeletrical Investigations for groundwater around Banda city U.P. D.Mishra, &M.B.S Rao.  
16 Remote Sensing and geophysical studies for urban water supply in Bundelkhand region U.P. D. Mishra & VJ. Ganveer National Symposium on conservation and regulation of Ground Water Resources in U.P. urban area.
17 An Approach to Demarcate Groundwater, Potential Zones in Harrai Sub watershed, Mirzapur District, U.P., through Remote Sensing, Geo-Electrical and Geographical Information System. Amaresh Kr. Singh. 
S. Ravi Prakash &
Devendra Mishra.
I.S.K.S held at Ahammudabad,2003
18 Integration of remote sensing, geoelectrical and GIS techniques for delineation of ground water potential zones in parts of Chandraprabha watershed, U.P. Amaresh Kr. Singh, 
S. Raviprakash &
D. Mishra
Presented in AEG -2000 at Goa
19 Delineation of ground water potential zones in upper part of Bakhar sub watershed Mirzapur & Sonbhadra districts, UP using integrated studies or remote sensing, Geoelectrical and GIS techniques. Amaresh Kr. Singh 
Devendra Mishra, 
S.Raviprakash L.I.M. Rao
Presented in ISRS -2000 at Kanpur (Nov. 21 - 22) Uttar Pradesh.
20 Integrated studies or Remote Sensing of Remote Sensing, GIS and 
Geoelectrical methods for groundwater exploration in Barkha watershed,
Sonbhadra district, Uttar Pradesh, India
S. Raviprakash, 
Amaresh Kr: Singh, 
D. Mishra & L.I.M. Rao
Presented in ICORG-2001 at Hyderabad (Feb. 2 - 4
Andhra Pradesh
21 Groundwater Appraisal of Harrai in sub watershed, Mirzapur district (U.P.) using remote sensing and geoelectrical technique A.K. Singh, D. Mishra and J.B. Srivastav Presented in National Symposium of ISRS-2000 at Bhubaneswar, Orissa.
22 A combined strategy of Remote Sensing and Geophysical studies for Evaluation of groundwater potentials of area around Robertsganj, District Sonbhadra. A.K. Singh, 
P. Kaur and D. Mishra
Presented in National Symposium
of ISI{S -1999.
23 Temporal assessment of salt affected regions in and around Loni & Sakarani
Catchment, Pratapgarh, V.P. using remote sensing techniques.
P.K. Kinot, R. Khanna, 
A.K. Srivastava & D. Mishra
Presented at the National Conference held at A.M.U. in Oct.
24 Remote Sensing and geophysical studies for groundwater exploration
in Panwari area, U.P.
D. Mishra & S. Ravi Prakash Presented in ISRS 1996
departmental report
25 Applications of Digitally Enhanced IRS-1A LISS II Data for Regional Hydrogeomorphological mapping in parts of Kharela area, Hamirpur district, Uttar Pradesh, India S. Ravi Prakash Presented in 16th Biennial workshop on Videography and colour photography in resource assessment. Held at weslaco, Texas, U.S.A. by ASPRS, April 29-May 1’ 97
26 Hydromorphogeological mapping of Panwari area, Hamirpur district, Uttar Pradesh, using satellite data. S. Ravi Prakash and Rajiva Mohan Journal of Indian Society of Remote Sensing, Vol  24, No. 2, June’ 96
27 Delineation of salt water contamination zones by chemical parameters in Parwada area, Visakhapatnam district, Andhra Pradesh S. Ravi Prakash and G. Grishna Rao. Journal of Indian water resources Society Vol 2 No. 2 April’ 96
28 Suitability of groundwater for Domestic and Irrigational purposes in some parts of Jhansi district, U.P. S. Ravi Prakash et.al. Bhu-Jal Newas, March’ 95
29 Quality of groundwater of Paravada area, Visakhapatnam district, Andhra Pradesh S. Ravi Prakash and G.Krishna Rao Bhujal Newas, June’ 94
30 An Integrated Approach towards the sustainable development of land and water resources in left bank of Betwa watershed Jalaun district using Remote Sensing Techniques S.Ravi Prakash et.al Presented in ISRS symposium held at Bhubaneswar in March 2000.
31 Integration of Remote Sensing, geo-electrical and GIS techniques for delineation of groundwater potential zones in parts of Chandra prabha watershed, U.P. S. Ravi Prakash et. al. Presented in Association of Exploration Geophysists symposium held at Goa, 8-10, Nov.2000.
32 Delineation of Groundwater potential zones in Bakhar watershed, Mirzapur and Sonebhadra district, U.P., using integrated studies of Remote Sensing, Geo-electrical and GIS techniques. S. Ravi Prakash et al Presented on Annual convention & symposium on Spatial technologies for Natural Hazards management , ISRS held at IIT, Kanpur. 21-22 Nov. 2000
33 Ground water Potential modeling of Chndraprabha Sub-water shed, Uttar Pradesh Using Remote sensing, Geo-electrical and G I S.
Presented in 5th Annual Conference of Map India, 2002.
Amresh Kr. Singh,S. Ravi Prakash , D. Mishra and Samrendra Singh -
34 Ground water Resources Estimation and water level trend analysis in (1995 to 2000) Sodic land Reclamation areas of Mainpuri District, Uttar Pradesh. S. Ravi Prakash, Nurul Hasan and Alok Mathur et al., Presented in International conference on Sustainable Management of sodic lands organized by U.P.C.A. R. in 2004 in India.
35 A Detailed assessment of Ground water quality for Irrigation Purpose in sodic land reclamation project Areas in parts of Gangetic plains, Uttar Pradesh, India. Nurul Hasan, S. Ravi Prakash, Samrendra Singh, Ali Husain, Priyakant and Ranjan Singh. Presented in International conference on Sustainble Management of sodic lands organized by U.P.C.A. R. in 2004 in India.
36 Vertical movement of salts through soil profile to groundwater due to sodic land Reclamation in parts of Hardoi and Raebareli Districts, Uttar pradesh, India. Ali Husain, S. Ravi Prakash, Alok Mathur, Nural Hasan, Samrendra Singh, Arvind Mathur and L.I.M.Rao. Presented in International conference on Sustainble Management of sodic lands organized by U.P.C.A. R. in 2004 in India.
37 Temporal Changes in Ground Water quality due to Reclamation of Sodic lands in Uttar Pradesh. S. Ravi Prakash , Ranjan Singh, Arvind Mathur, Ali Husain and Nurul Hasan., Presented in International conference on Sustainble Management of sodic lands organized by U.P.C.A. R. in 2004 in India.
38 Spatial and Temporal Variations in Ground water level – A GIS based study in part of District Mainpuri, Uttar Pradesh, India. L. I. M. Rao, Priyakant, Nurul Hasan, D.K. Sharma and S. Ravi Prakash Presented in International conference on Sustainble Management of sodic lands organized by U.P.C.A. R. in 2004 in India.
39 Integration of Thematic maps through GIS for Identification of ground water potential zones in Goral Block, Sonebhadra district, Uttar Pradesh, India
.
Amresh Kr. Singh and, S. Ravi Prakash , D. Mishra and V. J. Ganvir , Presented in I.S.R.S. Symposium held in Goa, India.
40 An Approach to Demarcate ground water potential zones in Harrai Sub-water shed, Mirzapur District, Uttar Pradesh, through Remote Sensing. Geoelectrical and Geographical Information System. Amresh Kr. Singh, S. Ravi Prakash and Devendra Mishra Presented in I.S.R.S. Symposium held at Ahmadabad, India in 2003.
41 Integrated Approach for delineation of ground water potential zones through Remote Sensing, Geoelectrical and G.I.S.techniques in City block of Mirzapur district, Uttar Pradesh, India. Amresh Kr. Singh and S. Ravi Prakash Presented in International Symposium of Resources and Environmental Monitoring , ISPRS TC- VII Symposium, Hyderabad, India in 2002
42 Delineation of ground water potential zones in Ojhala sub water shed , Mirzapur district, Uttar Pradesh Using Remote Sensing and Geo-electrical techniques Amresh Kr. Singh and S. Ravi Prakash Presented in All India Hydrologists Symposium, held at Visakhapatnam, India, 2003.
43 An Approach to evaluate ground water potential of Marihan block Mirzapur District (U.P.), India through integration of Remote Sensing , Geophysical and Geographical Information System Techniques. Amresh Kumar Singh & S. Ravi Prakash Presented in National Symposium on Resource Management with special reference to geo-informatics and Decentralized Planning ISPRSWGVII 13 Workshop on Integrated Monitoring systems and ISRS Annual Conventions- 2003. at Tiruvanantapuram.
44 An Integrated of Remote Sensing, geophysics and GIS for evaluation of ground water potentiality of Ojhala sub-water shed, Mirzapur district, U.P. India. Amresh Kr. Singh and S. Ravi Prakash. Presented in Map India Converence, 26 – 31, Jan., 2003.
45 Integrated studies of Remote Sensing, GIS and Geoelectrical methods for ground water exploration in Barkha water shed, Sonebhadra district, U.P., India. S. Ravi Prakash, Amresh Kr. Singh, D. Mishra and L.I.M. Rao ICORG Symposium on Spatial Information Technology Remote Sensing and Geographical Information Systems held at Hyderabad, 2001.
46 Integration of thematic maps through G.I.S. for Identification of Ground water Potential zones. Amresh Kr. Singh and S. Ravi Prakash Map India International Work shop_2004 held at New Delhi 28-31, Jan., 2004.
47 Detection of Sur-surface water logging using Terra-1 MODIS Data. K. Sreenivas, R.S. Dwivedi, A.N.Singh. S. Ravi Prakash. Published in Journal of Indian Soc. Remote Sensing. (March, 2010)38: 119-132.
48 Optical and Microwave Remote Sensing & GIS techniques based study of ground water prospect in Karkoram Nala water shed of district,Hamirpur(U.P.) India.   Presented at I.I.T at kanpur
  • A report on groundwater investigations in Kanpur district using remote sensing and surface geophysical methods,
  • A report on groundwater investigations in Kanpur district using remote sensing and surface geophysical methods.
  • A report of groundwater investigations in NOIDA area using remote sensing and geophysical methods.
  • Remote Sensing and Geophysical studies for groundwater in Sonbhadra district, U.P.
  • Remote Sensing and Geophysical studies for groundwater in Mirzapur district, U.P.
  • A report on Geophysical resistivity surveys for pin pointing the suitable sites for drilling in GAIL Complex, Patta, Etawah.
  • A report on Remote Sensing and geophysical studies for groundwater exploration and artificial recharge in NCAFR, Gwalior Road, Jhansi.
  • A report on Remote Sensing and geophysical studies for artificial recharge of groundwater in the vicinity of Jhansi Fort area.
  • A report on use of space technology for rural development example of village Pawa, Lalitpur.
  • A report on Remote Sensing and geophysical studies for rural water supply, village Mohara, District Lalitpur, (Source finding, stability of source and management)
  • Remote Sensing studies for Land-and Water Resources Development, Block -Talbehat, District-Lalitpur.
  • Ground and surface water studies of Balen river (Barkha) watershed, Sonbhadra district, U.P. using Remote Sensing and GIS techniques.
  • Monitoring of surface water bodies, river/streams in Pratapgarh district using remote sensing.
  • Groundwater targetting in the hard rock areas of Jhansi, Chitrakoot, Allahabad, Vindhyachal and Varanasi divisions and alluvial areas of Lucknow, Kanpur, Faizabad, Azamgarh. Gorakhpur, Basti and Devipatan Commissionaires, U.P., Bijnor district and Noida in western U.P.
  • Remote Sensing and geophysical studies for Urban & Rural water supply schemes in Bundelkhand region (source: finding, stability of source and management).
  • Deep resistivity Survey for delineation of clayey/brackish water bearing zones in district Kanpur & Gas Authority of India Ltd. Complex, PATTA, Etawah.
  • Water sources study for Dwarhat (District Almora) water supply scheme.
  • Assessment of groundwater resources of Sonbhadra district, U.P
  • Monitoring of surface water bodies rivers/streams and flooding pattern studies in Pratapgarh district using remote sensing technique (for UPLDC).
  • Hydrogeomorphological, drainage, surface water bodies mapping in Allahabad, Jalaun and Jhansi, Hamirpur, Banda, Ballia and Bahraich districts and preparation of water resources action plan under IMSD project.
  • Hydrogeomorphological and other studies for artificial recharge of groundwater in Handia tehsil, district Allahabad, Jhansi city and Lalitpur area.
  • Experimental study related m the Bio-diversity in Sandila Tehsil of Hardoi district.
  • Delineation of Suitable locations for water harvesting structures in Pahari Block, Chitrakoot District, Uttar Pradesh through integrated techniques of Remote Sensing, Geophysical and GIS
    Submitted to Govt. of Uttar Pradesh in 2005.
  • Impact Assessment of Sugur Industries on Water quality of Eastern Uttar Pradesh. 
    Submitted to MOEF Govt. of India in 2004.
  • Base line data generation for land, water and related aspects of Baharaich and Nagapur Distributaries basins (The Project was carried out under Water Sector Restructuring Project).
    The final report was submitted to Irrigation department of Govt. of Uttar Pradesh.
  • Annual Reports on Ground Water quality and Ground water level variations in sodicland reclamation areas in Uttar Pradesh were prepared since 2002 to 2005 and submitted to Uttar Pradesh Bhumi Sudhar Nigam Limited.
  • I.C.R final Report on Temporal Variations in Ground Water levels, Ground water quality and Surface Water quality due to Sodic Land Reclamation submitted to World Bank through U.P.B.S.N. in 2006.
  • Mapping of suitable zones for artificial groundwater recharge using remote sensing and hydrogeological techniques in Handia tehsil, Allahabad district, Uttar Pradesh.
    Submitted to Centre in March 1998.
  • Water Resources study and drilling supervision in parts of Almora district Uttar Pradesh.
    Report submitted to Programme Support unit, The Royal Embassy in 1995.
  • Report on delineation of groundwater potential sites in Khaga & Thareon tehsils, Fatephpur district, UP using Remote Sensing and Geophysical studies submitted to UPLDC Lucknow.
  • सुदूर संवेदन, भूभौतिकीय सर्वेक्षण एवं भौगोलिक सूचना प्रणाली के समाकलित अध्ययन द्वारा विकास खण्ड-माल, जनपद-लखनऊ में वर्षा जल संग्रहण एवं भू-जल रिचार्ज (कृत्रिम) हेतु उपयुक्त स्थलों एवं विधियों का चयन (वर्ष 2008).
  • Using Integrated techniques of Remote Sensing, Geo-physical and G.I.S for locating suitable sites for water harvesting and artificial recharge in Meja and Karchana tahsils of Allahabad district, Uttar Pradesh. (Report Draft under correction).
  • Annual Reports on Surface Water quality variations in sodicland reclamation areas in Uttar Pradesh were prepared since 2011 and 2012and submitted to Uttar Pradesh Bhumi Sudhar Nigam Limited.
  • Assessment of present status of Ground water quality with reference to drinking and irrigation purposes with special reference to trace elements and heavy metals in Gorakhpur district and Maharajganj district, Uttar Pradesh.
    Submitted to M.O.E.F. Govt. of India, New Delhi. 2013.

Departmental Technical Reports
(Rain water harvesting project)

  • Using Remote Sensing, Geophysical and GIS Technique through Integrated study of Charkhari block, district Mahoba, U.P. for Selection of Rain Water Harvesting and Artificial Recharge Structure (Year: 2017-18).
  • Using Remote Sensing, Geophysical and GIS Technique through Integrated study of Bahadurpur block, district Allahabad, U.P. for Selection of Rain Water Harvesting and Artificial Recharge Structure (Year: 2016-17).
  • Using Remote Sensing, Geophysical and GIS Technique through Integrated study ofChaka block, district Allahabad, U.P. for Selection of Rain Water Harvesting and Artificial Recharge Structure (Year: 2016-17).
  • Using Remote Sensing, Geophysical and GIS Technique through Integrated study of Dhanoopur block, district Allahabad, U.P. for Selection of Rain Water Harvesting and Artificial Recharge Structure (Year: 2016-17).
  • Using Remote Sensing, Geophysical and GIS Technique through Integrated study of Baba BelkharnathDham block, district Pratapgarh, U.P. for Selection of Rain Water Harvesting and Artificial Recharge Structure (Year: 2016-17).
  • Using Remote Sensing, Geophysical and GIS Technique through Integrated study ofLalganjajhara block, district Pratapgarh, U.P. for Selection of Rain Water Harvesting and Artificial Recharge Structure (Year: 2016-17).
  • Using Remote Sensing, Geophysical and GIS Technique through Integrated study of Mandhyatha block, district Pratapgarh, U.P. for Selection of Rain Water Harvesting and Artificial Recharge Structure (Year: 2016-17).
  • Using Remote Sensing, Geophysical and GIS Technique through Integrated study of Deoband block, district Saharanpur, U.P. for Selection of Rain Water Harvesting and Artificial Recharge Structure (Year: 2016-17).
  • Using Remote Sensing, Geophysical and GIS Technique through Integrated study of Gangoh block, district Saharanpur, U.P. for Selection of Rain Water Harvesting and Artificial Recharge Structure (Year: 2016-17).
  • Using Remote Sensing, Geophysical and GIS Technique through Integrated study of Nakur block, district Saharanpur, U.P. for Selection of Rain Water Harvesting and Artificial Recharge Structure (Year: 2016-17).
  • Using Remote Sensing, Geophysical and GIS Technique through Integrated study of Bhojpur block, district Ghaziabad, U.P. for Selection of Rain Water Harvesting and Artificial Recharge Structure (Year: 2016-17).
  • Using Remote Sensing, Geophysical and GIS Technique through Integrated study of Rajapur block, district Ghaziabad, U.P. for Selection of Rain Water Harvesting and Artificial Recharge Structure (Year: 2016-17).
  • Using Remote Sensing, Geophysical and GIS Technique through Integrated study of Karwi block, district Chitrakoot, U.P. for Selection of Rain Water Harvesting and Artificial Recharge Structure (Year: 2016-17).
  • Using Remote Sensing, Geophysical and GIS Technique through Integrated study ofArajiline block, district Varanasi, U.P. for Selection of Rain Water Harvesting and Artificial Recharge Structure (Year: 2016-17).
  • Using Remote Sensing, Geophysical and GIS Technique through Integrated study of Harhua block, district Varanasi, U.P. for Selection of Rain Water Harvesting and Artificial Recharge Structure (Year: 2016-17).
  • Using Remote Sensing, Geophysical and GIS Technique through Integrated study of Pindara block, district Varanasi, U.P. for Selection of Rain Water Harvesting and Artificial Recharge Structure (Year: 2016-17).
  • Using Remote Sensing, Geophysical and GIS Technique through Integrated study of Ghazipur block, district Ghazipur, U.P. for Selection of Rain Water Harvesting and Artificial Recharge Structure (Year: 2016-17).
  • Using Remote Sensing, Geophysical and GIS Technique through Integrated study of Mohammadabad block, district Ghazipur, U.P. for Selection of Rain Water Harvesting and Artificial Recharge Structure (Year: 2016-17).
  • Using Remote Sensing, Geophysical and GIS Technique through Integrated study of Firozabad block, district firozabad, U.P. for Selection of Rain Water Harvesting and Artificial Recharge Structure (Year: 2015-16).
  • Using Remote Sensing, Geophysical and GIS Technique through Integrated study of Jaitpur block, district Mahoba, U.P. for Selection of Rain Water Harvesting and Artificial Recharge Structure (Year: 2015-16).
  • Using Remote Sensing, Geophysical and GIS Technique through Integrated study of Baliakhedi block, district Saharanpur, U.P. for Selection of Rain Water Harvesting and Artificial Recharge Structure (Year: 2015-16).
  • Using Remote Sensing, Geophysical and GIS Technique through Integrated study of Muzaffarabad block, district Saharanpur, U.P. for Selection of Rain Water Harvesting and Artificial Recharge Structure (Year: 2015-16).
  • Using Remote Sensing, Geophysical and GIS Technique through Integrated study of Nagal block, district Saharanpur, U.P. for Selection of Rain Water Harvesting and Artificial Recharge Structure (Year: 2015-16).
  • Using Remote Sensing, Geophysical and GIS Technique through Integrated study of Puwarka block, district Saharanpur, U.P. for Selection of Rain Water Harvesting and Artificial Recharge Structure (Year: 2015-16).
  • Using Remote Sensing, Geophysical and GIS Technique through Integrated study of Sareni block, district Raibareli, U.P. for Selection of Rain Water Harvesting and Artificial Recharge Structure (Year: 2015-16).
  • Using Remote Sensing, Geophysical and GIS Technique through Integrated study of Sikroni block, district Jaunpur, U.P. for Selection of Rain Water Harvesting and Artificial Recharge Structure (Year: 2015-16).
  • Using Remote Sensing, Geophysical and GIS Technique through Integrated study of Amauli block, district Fatehpur, U.P. for Selection of Rain Water Harvesting and Artificial Recharge Structure (Year: 2015-16).
  • Using Remote Sensing, Geophysical and GIS Technique through Integrated study ofHaswa block, district Fatehpur, U.P. for Selection of Rain Water Harvesting and Artificial Recharge Structure (Year: 2015-16).
  • Using Remote Sensing, Geophysical and GIS Technique through Integrated study of Hathgawan block, district Fatehpur, U.P. for Selection of Rain Water Harvesting and Artificial Recharge Structure (Year: 2015-16).
  • Using Remote Sensing, Geophysical and GIS Technique through Integrated study of Malwa block, district Fatehpur, U.P. for Selection of Rain Water Harvesting and Artificial Recharge Structure (Year: 2015-16).
  • Using Remote Sensing, Geophysical and GIS Technique through Integrated study of Amroha block, district J.P.Nagar, U.P. for Selection of Rain Water Harvesting and Artificial Recharge Structure (Year: 2014-15).
  • Using Remote Sensing, Geophysical and GIS Technique through Integrated study of Noorpur block, district Bijnore, U.P. for Selection of Rain Water Harvesting and Artificial Recharge Structure (Year: 2014-15).
  • Using Remote Sensing, Geophysical and GIS Technique through Integrated study of Syohara block, district Bijnore, U.P. for Selection of Rain Water Harvesting and Artificial Recharge Structure (Year: 2014-15).
  • Using Remote Sensing, Geophysical and GIS Technique through Integrated study of Baghara block, district Muzaffarnagar, U.P. for Selection of Rain Water Harvesting and Artificial Recharge Structure (Year: 2014-15).
  • Using Remote Sensing, Geophysical and GIS Technique through Integrated study of Budhana block, district Muzaffarnagar, U.P. for Selection of Rain Water Harvesting and Artificial Recharge Structure (Year: 2014-15).
  • Using Remote Sensing, Geophysical and GIS Technique through Integrated study of Baldev block, district Mathura, U.P. for Selection of Rain Water Harvesting and Artificial Recharge Structure (Year: 2014-15).
  • Using Remote Sensing, Geophysical and GIS Technique through Integrated study of Nauhjheel block, district Mathura, U.P. for Selection of Rain Water Harvesting and Artificial Recharge Structure (Year: 2014-15).
  • Using Remote Sensing, Geophysical and GIS Technique through Integrated study ofRaya block, district Mathura, U.P. for Selection of Rain Water Harvesting and Artificial Recharge Structure (Year: 2014-15).
  • Using Remote Sensing, Geophysical and GIS Technique through Integrated study of Ramnagar block, district Chitrakoot, U.P. for Selection of Rain Water Harvesting and Artificial Recharge Structure (Year: 2014-15).
  • Using Remote Sensing, Geophysical and GIS Technique through Integrated study of Mohanlalganj block, district Lucknow, U.P. for Selection of Rain Water Harvesting and Artificial Recharge Structure (Year: 2014-15).
  • Using Remote Sensing, Geophysical and GIS Technique through Integrated study of Malihabad block, district Lucknow, U.P. for Selection of Rain Water Harvesting and Artificial Recharge Structure (Year: 2014-15).
  • Using Remote Sensing, Geophysical and GIS Technique through Integrated study of Lucknow City block, district Lucknow, U.P. for Selection of Rain Water Harvesting and Artificial Recharge Structure (Year: 2014-15).
  • Using Remote Sensing, Geophysical and GIS Technique through Integrated study ofAkola block, district Agra, U.P. for Selection of Rain Water Harvesting and Artificial Recharge Structure (Year: 2013-14).
  • Using Remote Sensing, Geophysical and GIS Technique through Integrated study of BaroliAhir block, district Agra, U.P. for Selection of Rain Water Harvesting and Artificial Recharge Structure (Year: 2013-14).
  • Using Remote Sensing, Geophysical and GIS Technique through Integrated study of Bichpuri block, district Agra, U.P. for Selection of Rain Water Harvesting and Artificial Recharge Structure (Year: 2013-14).
  • Using Remote Sensing, Geophysical and GIS Technique through Integrated study of FathpurSikari block, district Agra, U.P. for Selection of Rain Water Harvesting and Artificial Recharge Structure (Year: 2013-14).
  • Using Remote Sensing, Geophysical and GIS Technique through Integrated study of Khandauli block, district Agra, U.P. for Selection of Rain Water Harvesting and Artificial Recharge Structure (Year: 2013-14).
  • Using Remote Sensing, Geophysical and GIS Technique through Integrated study of Samsabad block, district Agra, U.P. for Selection of Rain Water Harvesting and Artificial Recharge Structure (Year: 2013-14).
  • Using Remote Sensing, Geophysical and GIS Technique through Integrated study of Saiya block, district Agra, U.P. for Selection of Rain Water Harvesting and Artificial Recharge Structure (Year: 2013-14).
  • Using Remote Sensing, Geophysical and GIS Technique through Integrated study of Merahra block, district Etah, U.P. for Selection of Rain Water Harvesting and Artificial Recharge Structure (Year: 2013-14).
  • Using Remote Sensing, Geophysical and GIS Technique through Integrated study of Joya block, district J.P.Nagar, U.P. for Selection of Rain Water Harvesting and Artificial Recharge Structure (Year: 2013-14).
  • Using Remote Sensing, Geophysical and GIS Technique through Integrated study of Ghanoura block, district J.P.Nagar, U.P. for Selection of Rain Water Harvesting and Artificial Recharge Structure (Year: 2013-14).
  • Using Remote Sensing, Geophysical and GIS Technique through Integrated study of Talgram block, district Kannauj, U.P. for Selection of Rain Water Harvesting and Artificial Recharge Structure (Year: 2013-14).
  • Using Remote Sensing, Geophysical and GIS Technique through Integrated study of Bangra block, district Jhansi, U.P. for Selection of Rain Water Harvesting and Artificial Recharge Structure (Year: 2013-14).
  • Using Remote Sensing, Geophysical and GIS Technique through Integrated study ofKabrai block, district Mahoba, U.P. for Selection of Rain Water Harvesting and Artificial Recharge Structure (Year: 2013-14).
  • Using Remote Sensing, Geophysical and GIS Technique through Integrated study of Panwari block, district Mahoba, U.P. for Selection of Rain Water Harvesting and Artificial Recharge Structure (Year: 2013-14).
  • Using Remote Sensing, Geophysical and GIS Technique through Integrated study of Mainpuri block, district Mainpuri, U.P. for Selection of Rain Water Harvesting and Artificial Recharge Structure (Year: 2013-14).
  • Using Remote Sensing, Geophysical and GIS Technique through Integrated study of Vernawal block, district Mainpuri, U.P. for Selection of Rain Water Harvesting and Artificial Recharge Structure (Year: 2013-14).
  • Using Remote Sensing, Geophysical and GIS Technique through Integrated study of Manjhanpur block, district Kaushambi, U.P. for Selection of Rain Water Harvesting and Artificial Recharge Structure (Year: 2012-13).
  • Using Remote Sensing, Geophysical and GIS Technique through Integrated study of Karha block, district Kaushambi, U.P. for Selection of Rain Water Harvesting and Artificial Recharge Structure (Year: 2012-13).
  • Using Remote Sensing, Geophysical and GIS Technique through Integrated study of Muratganj block, district Kaushambi, U.P. for Selection of Rain Water Harvesting and Artificial Recharge Structure (Year: 2012-13).
  • Using Remote Sensing, Geophysical and GIS Technique through Integrated study of Gulathvi block, district Bulandsahar, U.P. for Selection of Rain Water Harvesting and Artificial Recharge Structure (Year: 2012-13).
  • Using Remote Sensing, Geophysical and GIS Technique through Integrated study of Khurza block, district Bulandsahar, U.P. for Selection of Rain Water Harvesting and Artificial Recharge Structure (Year: 2012-13).
  • Using Remote Sensing, Geophysical and GIS Technique through Integrated study of Pahasu block, district Bulandsahar, U.P. for Selection of Rain Water Harvesting and Artificial Recharge Structure (Year: 2012-13).
  • Using Remote Sensing, Geophysical and GIS Technique through Integrated study of Mauranipur block, district Jhansi, U.P. for Selection of Rain Water Harvesting and Artificial Recharge Structure (Year: 2012-13).
  • Using Remote Sensing, Geophysical and GIS Technique through Integrated study of Tindwari block, district Banda, U.P. for Selection of Rain Water Harvesting and Artificial Recharge Structure (Year: 2012-13).
  • Using Remote Sensing, Geophysical and GIS Technique through Integrated study of Narkhi block, district Firozabad, U.P. for Selection of Rain Water Harvesting and Artificial Recharge Structure (Year: 2012-13).
  • Using Remote Sensing, Geophysical and GIS Technique through Integrated study of Tundla block, district Firozabad, U.P. for Selection of Rain Water Harvesting and Artificial Recharge Structure (Year: 2012-13).
  • Using Remote Sensing, Geophysical and GIS Technique through Integrated study of Ekka block, district Firozabad, U.P. for Selection of Rain Water Harvesting and Artificial Recharge Structure (Year: 2012-13).
  • Using Remote Sensing, Geophysical and GIS Technique through Integrated study of Araon block, district Firozabad, U.P. for Selection of Rain Water Harvesting and Artificial Recharge Structure (Year: 2012-13).
  • Using Remote Sensing, Geophysical and GIS Technique through Integrated study of Bauxa block, district Jaunpur, U.P. for Selection of Rain Water Harvesting and Artificial Recharge Structure (Year: 2012-13).
  • Using Remote Sensing, Geophysical and GIS Technique through Integrated study of Karnjakala block, district Jaunpur, U.P. for Selection of Rain Water Harvesting and Artificial Recharge Structure (Year: 2012-13).
  • Using Remote Sensing, Geophysical and GIS Technique through Integrated study of Badlapur block, district Jaunpur, U.P. for Selection of Rain Water Harvesting and Artificial Recharge Structure (Year: 2012-13).
  • Using Remote Sensing, Geophysical and GIS Technique through Integrated study of Sandwachandrika block, district Pratapgarh, U.P. for Selection of Rain Water Harvesting and Artificial Recharge Structure (Year: 2012-13).
  • Using Remote Sensing, Geophysical and GIS Technique through Integrated study of Pratapgarhsadar block, district Pratapgarh, U.P. for Selection of Rain Water Harvesting and Artificial Recharge Structure (Year: 2012-13).
  • Using Remote Sensing, Geophysical and GIS Technique through Integrated study of Shivgarh block, district Pratapgarh, U.P. for Selection of Rain Water Harvesting and Artificial Recharge Structure (Year: 2012-13).
  • Using Remote Sensing, Geophysical and GIS Technique through Integrated study of Pawansa block, district Muradabad, U.P. for Selection of Rain Water Harvesting and Artificial Recharge Structure (Year: 2012-13).
  • Using Remote Sensing, Geophysical and GIS Technique through Integrated study of Baniyakera block, district Muradabad, U.P. for Selection of Rain Water Harvesting and Artificial Recharge Structure (Year: 2012-13).
  • Using Remote Sensing, Geophysical and GIS Technique through Integrated study of Chamrau block, district Rampur, U.P. for Selection of Rain Water Harvesting and Artificial Recharge Structure (Year: 2011-12).
  • Using Remote Sensing, Geophysical and GIS Technique through Integrated study of Chail block, district Kaushambi U.P. for Selection of Rain Water Harvesting and Artificial Recharge Structure (Year: 2011-12).
  • Using Remote Sensing, Geophysical and GIS Technique through Integrated study of Sirathu block, district Kaushambi, U.P. for Selection of Rain Water Harvesting and Artificial Recharge Structure (Year: 2011-12).
  • Using Remote Sensing, Geophysical and GIS Technique through Integrated study of Un block, district Muzaffarnagar, U.P. for Selection of Rain Water Harvesting and Artificial Recharge Structure (Year: 2011-12).
  • Using Remote Sensing, Geophysical and GIS Technique through Integrated study of Shamli block, district Muzaffarnagar, U.P. for Selection of Rain Water Harvesting and Artificial Recharge Structure (Year: 2011-12).
  • Using Remote Sensing, Geophysical and GIS Technique through Integrated study of Kairana block, district Muzaffarnagar, U.P. for Selection of Rain Water Harvesting and Artificial Recharge Structure (Year: 2011-12).
  • Using Remote Sensing, Geophysical and GIS Technique through Integrated study of Shahpur block, district Muzaffarnagar, U.P. for Selection of Rain Water Harvesting and Artificial Recharge Structure (Year: 2011-12).
  • Using Remote Sensing, Geophysical and GIS Technique through Integrated study of Hapur block, district Ghaziabad, U.P. for Selection of Rain Water Harvesting and Artificial Recharge Structure (Year: 2011-12).
  • Using Remote Sensing, Geophysical and GIS Technique through Integrated study of Loni block, district Ghaziabad, U.P. for Selection of Rain Water Harvesting and Artificial Recharge Structure (Year: 2011-12).
  • Using Remote Sensing, Geophysical and GIS Technique through Integrated study of Palhani block, district Azamgarh, U.P. for Selection of Rain Water Harvesting and Artificial Recharge Structure (Year: 2011-12).
  • Using Remote Sensing, Geophysical and GIS Technique through Integrated study of Rani kisarai block, district Azamgarh, U.P. for Selection of Rain Water Harvesting and Artificial Recharge Structure (Year: 2011-12).
  • Using Remote Sensing, Geophysical and GIS Technique through Integrated study of Barria block, district Ballia, U.P. for Selection of Rain Water Harvesting and Artificial Recharge Structure (Year: 2011-12).
  • Using Remote Sensing, Geophysical and GIS Technique through Integrated study of Mohammadabad Gohna block, district Mau U.P. for Selection of Rain Water Harvesting and Artificial Recharge Structure (Year: 2011-12).
  • Using Remote Sensing, Geophysical and GIS Technique through Integrated study of Sukrauli block, district Kushinagar, U.P. for Selection of Rain Water Harvesting and Artificial Recharge Structure (Year: 2011-12).
  • Using Remote Sensing, Geophysical and GIS Technique through Integrated study of Kasiya block, district Kushinagar, U.P. for Selection of Rain Water Harvesting and Artificial Recharge Structure (Year: 2011-12).
  • Using Remote Sensing, Geophysical and GIS Technique through Integrated study of Kerakat block, district Jaunpur, U.P. for Selection of Rain Water Harvesting and Artificial Recharge Structure (Year: 2011-12).
  • Using Remote Sensing, Geophysical and GIS Technique through Integrated study of Jalalpur block, district Jaunpur, U.P. for Selection of Rain Water Harvesting and Artificial Recharge Structure (Year: 2011-12).
  • Using Remote Sensing, Geophysical and GIS Technique through Integrated study of Padarikripal block, district Gonda, U.P. for Selection of Rain Water Harvesting and Artificial Recharge Structure (Year: 2011-12).
  • Using Remote Sensing, Geophysical and GIS Technique through Integrated study of Dingarpur block, district Muradabad, U.P. for Selection of Rain Water Harvesting and Artificial Recharge Structure (Year: 2011-12).
  • Using Remote Sensing, Geophysical and GIS Technique through Integrated study of Sambhal block, district Muradabad, U.P. for Selection of Rain Water Harvesting and Artificial Recharge Structure (Year: 2011-12).
  • Using Remote Sensing, Geophysical and GIS Technique through Integrated study of Bahjoi block, district Muradabad, U.P. for Selection of Rain Water Harvesting and Artificial Recharge Structure (Year: 2011-12).
  • Using Remote Sensing, Geophysical and GIS Technique through Integrated study of Kiratpur block, district Bijnore, U.P. for Selection of Rain Water Harvesting and Artificial Recharge Structure (Year: 2011-12).
  • Using Remote Sensing, Geophysical and GIS Technique through Integrated study of Jalilapur block, district Bijnore, U.P. for Selection of Rain Water Harvesting and Artificial Recharge Structure (Year: 2011-12).