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World Water Day (22nd March)

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Water Conservation Day (19th Nov)




Most of the urban water supply schemes taken up by the Department are funded by various Central Government Ministries such as Urban Development and DoNER under 90:10 (Central and State) funding pattern.



i)  Augmentation of water supply to Kohima Town


    The scheme for Augmentation of Water Supply to the State capital, Kohima, is being taken up under

     90:10 funding under the Ministry of Urban Development, Govt. of India. The project involves pumping of

     water from Zarü stream to a reservoir at Kigwema Village through two stages of pumping. From this

     reservoir, water will be conveyed to the State capital by gravity. The design capacity of the project is

     3.80 million litres daily. The physical progress is 98 %. The date of completion of the project has been

     re-scheduled to 2018-19 taking into account the delay in release of funds.


ii) Improvement of Water Distribution System at Dimapur Town


This is a State funded scheme for improvement of water supply distribution system in Dimapur town. The main feature of the scheme is to provide better water supply coverage and service to consumers which are expected to generate more revenue for the State by way improving equitable water distribution.


iii) Augmentation of Water supply to Kohima Town Phase-II from sources of Southern

     Angami villages-commenced from 2016-17(under Negotiated Loan).


     This Scheme is being taken up under State Programme. It was sanctioned during the year 2015-16.

      The physical progress as in February 2018 in 58%.


iv) Augmentation of water supply to Zunheboto Town- Phase II (under Negotiated Loan) -

     Commenced from 2016-17.


    The Scheme for Augmentation of Water Supply to   Zunheboto Town Phase-II was taken up under

     State  programme during the year 2016-17. The Physical Progress as in February 2018 is 30%.


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