International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)

International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)
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Research Paper | Hydrology Science | India | Volume 9 Issue 11, November 2020


The Quantitative and Qualitative Scenario of Groundwater Resource through Holistic Approach in Sakari-Uslapur-Ghutku Triangular Portion of Block-Takhatpur, District Bilaspur [CG]

Dr. P K Gupta [7] | Rishi Kumar Gupta [8]


Abstract: The legal aspect of WATER at National and Chhattisgarh state level has been ascertained with specific reference to ground water resource. The area of study belongs to typical land unit, comprising with urban, rural, institutional and industrial setup of Sakari-Uslapur-Ghutku triangular portion of block Takhatpur, District Bilaspur [CG]. It is the testimony of rapid land-use change pattern; prevailed through-once dominated with rural, paddy field with vegetation cultivation in erstwhile Madhya Pradesh state, about twenty years ago and its impact on surplus utilization of local ground water resource. The stage of ground water extraction in percentage has been 70-90 in March 2017 as SEMI CRITICAL for the area of study. The status of ground water resource in the area of study has been evaluated through holistic approach. The quantitative issue is governed by distribution, mode of occurrence, recharge-discharge condition. It depends upon local geology, hydro-geology and aquifer disposition with its types along-with aquifer parameters and land-use pattern. The qualitative issues have been monitored during pre-monsoon, during monsoon and post-monsoon successively in single year through bore well with the determination of twelve standard water quality parameters. The role of Chhattisgarh state government with respect to overall development of ground water resource has been documented in order to improve ground water extraction stage percentage towards achieving water security for public welfare.


Keywords: ground water


Edition: Volume 9 Issue 11, November 2020,


Pages: 1006 - 1010


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