• India-WRIS Water and Allied Resources Modules

  • 26-Sep-2024 to 26-Sep-2024

  • Online Training

  • National

  • Webniar Learning

  • India-WRIS / State-WRIS

  • NWIC


India-WRIS is a central information system for India''s water resources. It aims to: • Empower decision-making: By providing data collection, analysis, and dissemination for water agencies. • Promote integrated water management: Offering a comprehensive view of water across sectors. • Increase transparency: Making water resource data accessible to stakeholders. Key Modules: • Surface & Groundwater: Tracks water levels, flow rates, quality, and provides management tools. • Hydro-meteorological & Legacy Data: Offers real-time and historical data for monitoring and planning. • Allied Resources: Includes data on soil moisture, water use, and infrastructure. Additional Features: Station management, data management tools, visualizations, communication tools, and a knowledge-sharing wiki. Benefits: Improved water management, disaster preparedness, enhanced research, and increased transparency.


• Comprehensive Data Collection: To gather data on both surface water (rivers, lakes, reservoirs) and groundwater (wells, aquifers) resources across India. This data can include water levels, flow rates, quality parameters, and other relevant information. • Data Centralization and Accessibility: To create a central repository for water resource data, making it readily accessible to authorized users like government agencies, researchers, and stakeholders. • Improved Data Quality and Standardization: To ensure data accuracy, consistency, and adherence to standardized formats for seamless analysis and utilization. • Data Dissemination and Sharing: To facilitate the sharing of water resource

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