Background
  Aims and Objective of NHP
  Time Line
  NHP Managment
  Role of NIH in Nhp
  Data Observation and Network   Design
  Purpose Driven Studies(PDS)
  Traning and Capaicity Building
  Decision Support System(DSS)
  Centre of Excellence for
   Hydrologic Modelling
  Project Managment Unit
  Schedule for regional workshops   for TNA & PDS
  Ministry of Water Resources,
  River Development and Ganga   Rejuvenation
   National Institute of Hydrology
   NHP
 

NHP would not only strengthen the existing monitoring systems for water availability, but would also include the monitoring of water use and would put much emphasis on IWRM and real-time monitoring and flow forecasting. There are a total of 47 implementing agencies (IAs) including eight central agencies (MoWR, RD&GR; CWC, CGWB, NIH, CPCB, SoI, NRSC and CWPRS), 37 state-level agencies and two river basin organizations (RBO).

objective

The project will cover all major river basins of India and will require strong collaboration and cooperation among central and state levels of government. The project has four components: (A) Water Resources Data Acquisition, (B) Water Resources Information Systems, (C) Water Resources Operations and
Planning, and (D) Water Resources Institutional Capacity Enhancement. These components (and their sub-components) map across the conceptual framework, with Component C spanning the application of systems/tools to generate water information products, and Component D encompassing strengthening of both technical and planning/policy capacity as shown in the figure.