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GOVERNMENT OF ANDHRA PRADESH

GROUND WATER DEPARTMENT

GROUNDWATER LEVEL SCENARIO IN


ANDHRA PRADESH
( BASED ON PIEZOMETERS /AWLRs DATA )

JUNE -2014
(13 Districts)

Dr. K.Venu Gopal


Director

Hyderabad
July-2014

GOVERNMENT OF ANDHRA PRADESH


GROUND WATER DEPARTMENT
REPORT ON GROUNDWATER LEVEL SCENARIO IN ANDHRA PRADESH
BASED ON WATER LEVELS RECORDED FROM PIEZOMETERS

June-2014
I. Introduction:
Ground Water Department is monitoring the changes in groundwater regime continuously
through a network of Piezometer wells fitted with Automatic water level recorders in different
hydrogeological and geomorphic units. The water levels are recorded every 6th hour and the
fluctuations noticed seasonally and annually are analyzed in relation to rainfall, recharge
measures, drought and extraction of groundwater in the area. The water level data collected in
the month of June2014 is analyzed and compared with earlier periods for studying the
seasonal and annual fluctuations in water levels in relation to rainfall.
II. Rainfall:
Rainfall is the principal source of input for groundwater recharge. The behavior of groundwater
table is essentially governed by rainfall, its quantity, intensity and frequency. The State (13
Districts) as a whole received 43 mm rainfall against the normal rainfall of 93 mm (54 per cent
deficit) during June-2014.
Region wise average rainfall during 2014-15 Water Year(During June-14)
Region
Rainfall during
Normal Rainfall
Percentage
Water year 2014-15,
Water year 2014-15,
deviation
during June -2014
during June -2014
from normal
(mm)
(mm)
(%)
1. Coastal
36
103
-65
Andhra
2. Rayalaseema
59
72
-18
A.P.
43
93
-54

Sl.
No.

Rainfall deviation in the districts during 2014-15 water year (During June -2014)
S.
No

DEVIATION

1.

EXCESS
(20% & above)

2.

DISTRICTS

Number
of

District

Nil

Kurnool (-7) and Chittoor (-14)

NORMAL
(+19% TO -19%)

Ananthapur(-21%), Kadapa(-33%), Nellore (-41%),


6
Vizianagaram(-45%),
Srikakulam(-50%)
and
(-20% TO -59%)
Visakhapatnam(-58%).
Krishna (-71), Prakasam (-79%), East Godavari (-80%),
5
SCANTY
4.
(-60% TO 99%) West Godavari (-81%) and Guntur(-85%)
June -2014 rainfall is provisional / Data source Director, Economics and Statistics,
Hyderabad.
3.

DEFICIT

III. Depth to water levels (June-2014) (Table-I)


a)

The depth to groundwater levels recorded in June-2014 ranges from 0.61m. to


71.13m. The shallowest water level is recorded in the Piezometer at Chukkavanipalem
village of Visakhapatnam district in Alluvial formation whereas the deepest water
level is recorded in the Piezometer at Madhudi of Ananthpur district in Granite
formation. Table-I indicates percentage distribution of monitoring wells for different
ranges of water levels for each district.

Deep water levels more than 20m.bgl are recorded in 16% of the wells monitored
during June-14 against 19% in June-13 for the State as a whole. The percentage of
wells with deep water levels is more in the districts of Ananthapur(41%), Chittoor
(41%), Kadapa(29%), West Godavari(18%) and Kurnool(15%).

Moderate depth to water levels in the range of 10 to 20m below ground level is
observed in 25% of the wells monitored during June-14 against 22% in May-13.
Maximum being in Kadapa(40%), Kurnool(38%), Anantapur(38%), Chittoor(36%),
Nellore (33%), Visakhapatnam(30%) and Praksam(27%)

Water levels in the range of 5 to 10m bgl are noticed in 29% of the wells monitored
during June-14 against 31% in May-13. Maximum are being in Nellore(47%), West
Godavari(45%), Vizianagaram(44%), Visakhapatnam(43%), Prakasam(39%), Krishna
(39%), Srikakulam(29%), Kadapa(27%), Guntur(27%), East Godavari (25%) and
Kurnool(19%).

Water levels of 2 to 5m.bgl are prevailed in 24% of the wells monitored in


June-14 against 24% in May-13. Maximum being in Coastal Andhra and Major
command areas in other districts.

Water logging conditions with depth to water level of less than 2m. bgl are
prevailing in 4% of the wells in most parts of Coastal Andhra districts and major
Command areas in the State against 4% in May-13 for the State.

b) Zoning of areas as per depth to groundwater table:


The study of depth to water level map of June-14 (Plate-3) indicates deep water levels
more than 20m are observed in some parts of Rayalaseema districts, Prakasam district,
upland areas of East and West Godavari districts.
Zones of moderate ground water levels of 10 to 20m deep are observed in most parts
in all the districts of Rayalaseema region, Praksam district and in some parts of
Visakhapatnam, Krishna, Guntur,East and West Godavari districts in Coastal Andhra
region.
The water levels of 5 to 10m are observed in most parts of North Coastal Andhra,
Nellore and some parts of Prakasam, and also observed in limited parts of Kadapa,
Kurnool in Rayalaseema disricts.
Shallow groundwater zones with water levels <5m. is observed in most parts of
Guntur and some parts of all other Coastal Andhra districts except Nellore and
Prakasam districts and also observed in parts of all command areas in Andhra
Pradesh.
IV. Comparison of water level fluctuations in Pre-monsoon(May-2014) with
June-2014
a) Rise in water levels:-

Rise in water levels from May-2014 to June-14 is observed in most parts of some
parts of Srikakulam and Vizianagaram and in limited parts of Visakhapatnam, East
Godavari and all Rayalaseema districts of the State.
b) Fall in water levels:

The water level fluctuation during May-14 (Pre-monsoon) in comparison with


June-14 water levels indicates almost fall in all parts of the State except in
Srikakulam and Viziangaram districts. In these two districts fall is observed only in
some parts.
V.

Ground water level fluctuations from June-2013 to June-2014


Rise in water levels:Water level fluctuation from June -13 to June -14 water levels indicating a rise in
Groundwater table in most parts of Guntur, Praksam, Kurnool and in some parts of
Anantpur, Kadapa, Srikakulam, Vizianagaram , Visakhapatnam and East Godavari
districts; In limited parts of all other districts.

a)

b) Fall in water levels:


Water level fluctuation from June -13 to June -14 indicating fall in water levels in
most parts of Chittoor, Nellore, Anantapur, Krishna, West Godavari, East Godavari,
Visakhapatnam and Vizianagaram districts and some parts of Kadapa and
Srikakulam, districts.

VI. Conclusions:
In the present water year 2014-15, (During June-2014) the State has received 54% deficit
rainfall over the normal rainfall and resulted in a marginal net rise of 0.15m. from June-13 to
June-14 water levels. During this water year 2014-2015(during June-14), 2 districts received
normal rainfall, 6 districts deficit rainfall and 5 districts received scanty rainfall in the State.
Coastal Andhra region received 65% deficit against normal rainfall during June-2014 where
as it was 12% Excess during the same period in the previous water year resulted in a net fall
of 0.20m from June-13 to June-14 water levels.
Rayalaseema region received 18% deficit against the normal rainfall during June-14 whereas
it was -15% deficit during the same period in the previous water year and as a result a net rise
of 0.95m is observed when compared the water levels of June-2014 with June-2013.
The average groundwater level for the State in June -14 is 11.16 m., where as it was
11.31m.during the same period in the previous year and observed a net rise of 0.15m.
from the previous year water level.
During the last water year state received normal rainfall, and during this water year
upto June-14, state received 54% deficit against the normal. The impact of this deficit
rainfall will be observed during July-14 and subsequent months groundwater levels and
resulted in drying up of seasonal wells and decrease of well yields.
When compared the average water levels of June -14 with June -13, fall in average water
levels is observed in 6 districts (Viziangaram, East Godavari, West Godavari, Krishna,
Nellore and Chittoor) ( 0.53m. to 0.77m). In the remaining 7 districts a net rise is observed.
Net fall is observed in 50% of the total monitored piezometers from June-13 to June-14
groundwater levels in the state.
The analysis of June -14 groundwater levels data recorded through the Piezometer well
network indicates deep water levels of more than 20m. in 89 wells (16%) as per list given in
Annexure-I and Piezometers with water levels less than 20m. and fall of more than 4m. is
observed in 11 Piezometers. (Annexure-II). The areas represented by these 100 piezometers
are showing the falling trend and there is a need to take appropriate steps to improve the
groundwater conditions in the groundwater stress areas by way of giving high priority for
conservation, augmentation and management of groundwater resources.

SAVE WATER SAVE ENVIRONMENT

SAVE WATER SAVE LIFE

Statement I
GOVERNMENT OF ANDHRA PRADESH
GROUND WATER DEPARTMENT
COMPARSION OF AVERAGE DEPTH TO WATER LEVELS-JUNE- 2014
SL.
NO.

DISTRICT

AVERAGE DEPTH TO WATER LEVEL


(in m bgl)

FLUCTUATION IN m.
BETWEEN JUNE-14 IN
COMPARSION TO

Jun-13

May-14

Nov-13

May-14

Jun-14

Jun-13

SRIKAKULAM

6.09

2.59

6.18

6.00

0.18

0.09

VIZIANAGARAM

4.95

2.30

5.54

5.48

0.06

-0.53

VISAKHAPATNAM

7.80

3.83

7.30

7.76

-0.46

0.04

EAST GODAVARI

7.90

5.60

8.04

8.67

-0.63

-0.77

WEST GODAVARI

14.37

11.71

14.45

15.05

-0.60

-0.68

KRISHNA

8.70

5.15

8.74

9.42

-0.68

-0.72

GUNTUR

6.87

2.75

5.38

6.66

-1.28

0.21

PRAKASAM

12.09

4.90

9.98

10.81

-0.83

1.28

NELLORE

7.27

5.33

7.22

8.04

-0.82

-0.77

8.45

4.91

8.09

8.65

-0.56

-0.21

COASTAL ANDHRA REGION


10

CHITTOOR

17.47

12.85

16.61

18.05

-1.44

-0.58

11

KADAPA

20.11

11.13

16.53

18.47

-1.94

1.64

12

ANANTHAPUR

19.72

14.95

18.33

19.22

-0.89

0.50

13

KURNOOL

13.65

8.05

10.77

11.40

-0.63

2.25

17.74

11.75

15.56

16.79

-1.23

0.95

11.31

7.01

10.39

11.16

-0.77

0.15

RAYALASEEMA REGION
ANDHRA PRADESH

Statement -II
GOVERNMENT OF ANDHRA PRADESH
GROUND WATER DEPARTMENT
COMPARISON OF AVERAGE DEPTH TO WATER LEVELS AND RAINFALL OF JUNE 2013 TO 2014
Rainfall Deviation
Average Depth to
ground water lvelvs in with Normal in %
up to
m.bgl.

Rainfall in mm.
SL.
NO.

DISTRICT

Actual
Normal for Actual (2013(2014-15
Water
14 water
Water
Year (up to
year)
Year) Up
June)
(up to June)
to June

1 SRIKAKULAM

135

168

2 VIZIANAGARAM

128

178

3 VISAKHAPATNAM

129

4 EAST GODAVARI
5 WEST GODAVARI

Jun-14

Jun-13

Jun-14

6.09

6.00

24

-50

0.09

70

4.95

5.48

39

-45

-0.53

90

54

7.80

7.76

-30

-58

0.04

120

122

24

7.90

8.67

-80

-0.77

112

128

22

14.37

15.05

14

-81

-0.68

6 KRISHNA

98

138

28

8.70

9.42

41

-71

-0.72

7 GUNTUR

86

107

13

6.87

6.66

24

-85

0.21

8 PRAKASAM

58

69

12

12.09

10.81

19

-79

1.28

9 NELLORE

57

35

34

7.27

8.04

-39

-41

-0.77

103

115

36

8.45

8.65

12

-65

-0.20

10 CHITTOOR

79

70

17.47

18.05

-12

-7

-0.58

11 KADAPA

69

61

20.11

18.47

-12

-33

1.64

12 ANANTHAPUR

64

47

19.72

19.22

-26

-21

0.50

13 KURNOOL

77

67

13.65

11.40

-13

-14

2.25

RAYALASEEMA
REGION

72

61

59

17.74

16.79

-15

-18

0.95

ANDHRA PRADESH

93

98

43

11.31

11.16

-54

0.15

COASTAL ANDHRA
REGION

68

Jun-13

Fluctuation in
water level
between
June-13 and
June-14
(m.)

73
47
51
67

Rainfall
Water level
Trend
Linear (Water level)

May-14

Jan-14

Sep-13

May-13

Jan-13

Sep-12

May-12

Jan-12

Sep-11

May-11

Jan-11

Sep-10

May-10

Jan-10

Sep-09

May-09

Jan-09

Sep-08

May-08

Jan-08

Sep-07

May-07

Jan-07

Sep-06

May-06

Jan-06

Sep-05

May-05

Jan-05

Sep-04

May-04

Jan-04

Sep-03

May-03

Jan-03

Sep-02

May-02

Jan-02

Sep-01

May-01

Jan-01

Sep-00

May-00

Jan-00

Sep-99

May-99

Jan-99

Sep-98

May-98

Rainfall in mm .

300

250

7.00

8.00

150

9.00

10.00

100
11.00

12.00

50
13.00

14.00

15.00

Depth to water level


m bgl

350

MONTHLYAVERAGEGROUNDWATERLEVELANDRAINFALLIN
ANDHRAPRADESHuptoJUNE2014

Plate:1
0.00

1.00

2.00

3.00

4.00

5.00

TREND LINE

200
6.00

14.00
0

May-14
Jan-14
Sep-13
May-13
Jan-13
Sep-12
May-12
Jan-12
Sep-11
May-11
Jan-11
Sep-10
May-10
Jan-10
Sep-09
May-09
Jan-09
Sep-08
May-08
Jan-08
Sep-07
May-07
Jan-07
Sep-06
May-06
Jan-06
Sep-05
May-05
Jan-05
Sep-04
May-04
Jan-04
Sep-03
May-03
Jan-03
Sep-02
May-02
Jan-02
Sep-01
May-01
Jan-01
Sep-00
May-00
Jan-00
Sep-99
May-99
Jan-99
Sep-98
May-98

Trend
Water level
Rainfall

12.00

0.00
500

MONTHLY AVERAGE GROUNDWATER LEVEL AND RAINFALL


IN COASTAL ANDHRA REGION (upto JUNE-2014)

300

200

8.00

10.00
100

Depth to water level


m bgl
6.00

Rainfall mm

Plate:1a

2.00
400

4.00

2.00
280

6.00
220

8.00

160

140

12.00

14.00

16.00
100

18.00
60

40

20.00

22.00
20

May-14
Jan-14
Sep-13
May-13
Jan-13
Sep-12
May-12
Jan-12
Sep-11
May-11
Jan-11
Sep-10
May-10
Jan-10
Sep-09
May-09
Jan-09
Sep-08
May-08
Jan-08
Sep-07
May-07
Jan-07
Sep-06
May-06
Jan-06
Sep-05
May-05
Jan-05
Sep-04

Trend
Water level
Rainfall

May-04
Jan-04

May-03

Sep-03

Jan-03
Sep-02
May-02
Jan-02
Sep-01
May-01
Jan-01
Sep-00
May-00
Jan-00
Sep-99
May-99
Jan-99
Sep-98
May-98

MONTH & YEAR

Depth to water level


m bgl
10.00
180

Rainfall mm

0.00
300

200

120

24.00
0

P
80

Plate:1b

MONTHLY AVERAGE GROUNDWATER LEVEL AND RAINFALL


IN RAYALASEEMA REGION (upto June-2014)

260

240

4.00

MONTHLY AVERAGE GROUNDWATER LEVELS IN ANDHRA, RAYALASEEMA, TELANGANA REGION AND A.P. STATE UPTO JUNE-2014
-1.00

Plate:2

1.00

3.00

5.00

7.00

DEPTH TO WATER LEVEL IN m. bgl

9.00

11.00

13.00

15.00

17.00

19.00

21.00

Andhra

Rayalaseeema

AP

23.00

25.00

MONTH

Plate:3

Plate:4

Plate:5

T A B L E -I
DISTRICT WISE WELL FREQUENCY FOR DIFFERENT
DEPTH TO WATER LEVELS JUNE-2014.
Sl.
No.

District

No. of D.T.W.(m.bgl)
Piezom
eters
Min
Max

Number of wells with Depth to Ground Water level ranges(bgl) and %


0 2 (m)

2 5 (m)

5 -10 (m)

1020(m)

>20(m)

1 Srikakulam

35

1.52

33.50

18

51

10

29

2 Vizianagaram

32

1.06

11.09

12

38

14

44

3 Visakhapatnam

37

0.61

16.81

22

16

43

11

30

4 East Godavari

44

1.37

59.74

11

19

43

11

25

11

5 West Godavari

22

2.53

68.57

18

10

45

18

18

6 Krishna

41

1.35

53.33

13

32

16

39

12

12

7 Guntur

44

1.64

27.53

22

50

12

27

14

8 Prakasam

49

1.62

48.46

11

22

19

39

13

27

10

9 Nellore

30

2.00

14.01

17

14

47

10

33

10 Chittoor

56

1.85

44.27

16

20

36

23

41

11 Kadapa

45

2.70

70.10

12

27

18

40

13

29

12 Anantapur

58

3.44

71.13

14

22

38

24

41

13 Kurnool

53

0.98

55.18

12

23

10

19

20

38

15

546

0.61

71.13

23

133

24

161

29

139

25

90

16

TOTAL

TABLE - I I
DISTRICT-WISE WELL FREQUENCY OF GROUND WATER LEVEL FLUCTUATIONS
DURING JUNE- 2013 & JUNE-2014
WATER LEVEL FLUCTUATIONS
S.N
o

DISTRICT

FALL IN m.

RISE IN m.

NUMBER OF
MONITORING
STATIONS

0-2m

2-4m

>4m

0-2m

2-4m

>4m

Srikakulam

35

14

19

Vizianagaram

32

24

Visakhapatnam

37

18

15

East godavari

44

30

12

West godavari

22

Krishna

40

16

17

Guntur

44

12

25

Prakasam

48

12

24

Nellore

30

11

10 Chittoor

54

15

14

11 Kadapa

44

10

14

12 Anantapur

58

11

10

11

11

13 Kurnool

54

26

11

543

197

43

34

189

39

41

TOTAL

ANNEXURE-I
GROUND WATER LEVELS MORE THAN 20m DURING JUNE-2014

SL.N
O.

DISTRlCT

VILLAGE

MANDAL

DEPTH TO WATER
LEVEL IN m bgl
Jun-13

1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43

2
EAST GODAVARI
EAST GODAVARI
EAST GODAVARI
EAST GODAVARI
EAST GODAVARI
WEST GODAVARI
WEST GODAVARI
WEST GODAVARI
WEST GODAVARI
KRISHNA
KRISHNA
KRISHNA
KRISHNA
KRISHNA
GUNTUR
GUNTUR
PRAKASAM
PRAKASAM
PRAKASAM
PRAKASAM
PRAKASAM
CHITTOOR
CHITTOOR
CHITTOOR
CHITTOOR
CHITTOOR
CHITTOOR
CHITTOOR
CHITTOOR
CHITTOOR
CHITTOOR
CHITTOOR
CHITTOOR
CHITTOOR
CHITTOOR
CHITTOOR
CHITTOOR
CHITTOOR
CHITTOOR
CHITTOOR
CHITTOOR
CHITTOOR
CHITTOOR

3
Gandepalli
Mukkinada
Rajahmundry
Rangampet
Sampathnagaram
G.Kothapalli
Kokkirapadu
Koyyalagudem
Vijayarai
Chinnampeta
Mirjapuram
Musunuru I
Pallerlamudi
Surepalli
Gujjanagundla
Gumanampadu
Giddalur
P.L.cheruvu
Racherla
Tadevaripalli
Veligandla
B.Kothakota
Baireddipalli
Bangarupalem
Chinnagotigallu
Damalacheruvu
Gudupalle
Irala
Kalakada
Kalikiri
Kandukuru
Kuppam
Kurbalakota
Madanapalli
Nimmanapalli
Piler
Pulicherla
Punganuru
Puthalapattu
Santhipuram
Somala
Tirupathi
Vayalapadu

4
Gandepalli
Rajanagaram
Rajahmundry
Rangampet
Rajanagaram
G.Kothapalli
Pedapadu
Koyyalagudem
Vijayarai
Chatrai
Nuzvid
Musunuru I
Pallerlamudi
Musunuru I
Guntur
Bollapalli
Giddalur
P.L.cheruvu
Racherla
Tadevaripalli
Veligandla
B.Kothakota
Baireddipalli
Bangarupalem
Chinnagotigallu
Pakala
Gudupalle
Irala
Kalakada
Kalikiri
P.T.M.
Kuppam
Kurbalakota
Madanapalli
Nimmanapalli
Piler
Pulicherla
Punganuru
Puthalapattu
Santhipuram
Somala
Tirupathi
Vayalapadu

5
59.42
40.19
26.03
23.44
2.04
47.39
22.52
66.39
30.46
17.66
20.42
28.00
30.05
51.33
27.06
27.30
43.59
34.49
26.66
24.71
25.45
27.64
23.68
20.55
15.78
21.00
31.81
38.77
41.20
23.55
36.40
25.85
29.39
22.76
29.45
26.79
42.60
33.71
21.34
23.52
20.65
25.08
21.29

Jun-14
6
59.74
40.84
26.95
24.37
22.28
49.38
24.54
68.57
30.01
20.84
21.94
36.34
32.74
53.33
27.53
26.40
31.24
48.46
20.19
36.69
21.75
26.70
29.84
29.65
23.56
20.99
30.62
43.51
28.26
30.37
32.88
25.85
30.86
21.16
29.45
21.16
44.27
35.48
25.47
27.23
20.80
26.57
21.53

Water Table
Fluctuation
between
JUNE-13 and
JUNE-14
7
-0.32
-0.65
-0.92
-0.93
-20.24
-1.99
-2.02
-2.18
0.45
-3.18
-1.52
-8.34
-2.69
-2.00
-0.47
0.90
12.35
-13.97
6.47
-11.98
3.70
0.94
-6.16
-9.10
-7.78
0.01
1.19
-4.74
12.94
-6.82
3.52
0.00
-1.47
1.60
0.00
5.63
-1.67
-1.77
-4.13
-3.71
-0.15
-1.49
-0.24

SL.N
O.

DISTRlCT

VILLAGE

MANDAL

DEPTH TO WATER
LEVEL IN m bgl
Jun-13

44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89

CHITTOOR
KADAPA
KADAPA
KADAPA
KADAPA
KADAPA
KADAPA
KADAPA
KADAPA
KADAPA
KADAPA
KADAPA
KADAPA
KADAPA
ANANTHAPUR
ANANTHAPUR
ANANTHAPUR
ANANTHAPUR
ANANTHAPUR
ANANTHAPUR
ANANTHAPUR
ANANTHAPUR
ANANTHAPUR
ANANTHAPUR
ANANTHAPUR
ANANTHAPUR
ANANTHAPUR
ANANTHAPUR
ANANTHAPUR
ANANTHAPUR
ANANTHAPUR
ANANTHAPUR
ANANTHAPUR
ANANTHAPUR
ANANTHAPUR
ANANTHAPUR
ANANTHAPUR
ANANTHAPUR
KURNOOL
KURNOOL
KURNOOL
KURNOOL
KURNOOL
KURNOOL
KURNOOL
KURNOOL

Vijilapuram
Badvel
Balapanuru
C.Kotha palli
Chinnakudala D
G.C.Palle
Kondur - s
Nuliveedu
Puttanivaripalli
T.Sundupalli
Thimmaiahgaripalli
V.R.Palli
Yamavaram
Yerraguntakota
Amadaguru
B.G.N.Halli
Brahmasamudram
Chalkuru
Cheekatimanipalli
Gangavaram
Kallumarri
Kanaganapalli
Kanekal Cross
Kattakindapalli
Lepakshi
Maddipalli
Madhudi
Maluguru
Mandalahalli
Nitturu 23/2(S)
Nutimadugu
Obulapuram
Parigi
Putluru
Somandepalli
Tallakera
Thimmampalli
Thurukulapatnam
Devanakonda
Halvi
Kalichetla
Kosigi
Kuppagal
Perusomula
Racherla
Y.Ramapuram

Ramakuppam
Badvel
Simhadripuram
Vontimitta
Lingala
Pendlimarri
Atlur
Galiveedu
Pullampeta
T.Sundupalli
Chitvel
Chitvel
Muddanuru
Obulavaripalli
Amadaguru
Rayadurg
Brahmasamudram
Somandepalli
Tanakal
Beluguppa
Madakasira
Kanaganapalli
Kanekal
Battalapalli
Lepakshi
Puttur
Agali
Hindupur
Gudibanda
Yadiki
Kambadur
D.Hirelal
Parigi
Putluru
Somandepalli
Gummagatta
yellanuru
Roddam
Devanakonda
Adoni
Peapully
Kosigi
Adoni
Sanjamala
Peapully
Peapully

17.50
32.77
36.08
16.20
70.10
43.38
53.55
31.85
39.30
12.13
28.82
29.41
30.14
19.56
26.18
28.15
22.93
32.78
18.43
28.64
20.89
25.20
24.63
25.42
24.32
71.19
25.50
23.73
17.04
19.52
34.17
45.55
28.28
27.12
28.81
25.35
20.68
23.02
23.99
24.76
56.32
27.80
20.44
43.85

Jun-14
25.40
28.16
28.42
27.83
70.10
37.59
57.10
20.43
40.00
20.84
57.03
51.71
22.36
27.24
29.83
29.15
28.11
30.76
22.98
21.19
28.3
22.7
26.56
23.11
25.74
28.8
71.13
20.35
26.81
24.6
29.1
24.24
29.43
45.5
31.54
33.92
26.07
23.28
22.89
22.53
23.06
23.04
55.18
22.93
20.45
26.24

Water Table
Fluctuation
between
JUNE-13 and
JUNE-14
-7.90
4.61
7.66
-11.63
0.00
5.79
-3.55
11.42
-0.70
-8.71
-28.21
-22.30
7.78
-7.68
-3.65
-1.00
-5.18
2.02
-2.76
0.34
-1.81
-1.36
1.52
-0.32
-4.48
0.06
5.15
-3.08
-12.06
-4.72
4.74
0.05
-3.26
-6.80
2.74
2.07
-2.21
0.49
0.93
1.72
1.14
4.87
-0.01
17.61

ANNEXURE-II
DETAILS OF PIEZOMETERS WITH GROUND WATER LEVELSS LESS THAN 20m WITH
FALL OF MORE THAN 4m DURING JUNE 2013 IN COMPARISION TO JUNE-2014
GROUND WATER LEVELS DATA

SL.
NO.

DISTRlCT

VILLAGE

MANDAL

4
Karempudi

DEPTH TO
Water Table
WATER LEVEL Fluctuation
IN m bgl
GEOLOGY
between
June-13 and
June-14
Jun-13 Jun-14
5

1 GUNTUR

Karempudi

Limestone

12.15

19.71

-7.56

2 GUNTUR

Rentachintala Rentachintala Limestone

0.79

6.54

-5.75

3 NELLORE

Adurupalli

Chejerla

Schist

9.32

14.01

-4.69

4 NELLORE

Tada

Tada

Laterites

9.19

13.55

-4.36

5 NELLORE

Udayagiri

Udayagiri

Granite

6.74

11.92

-5.18

6 NELLORE

Venkatagiri

Venkatagiri

Granite

6.27

10.90

-4.63

7 CHITTOOR

Ragigunta

K.V.B.Puram Granite

9.45

14.81

-5.36

8 CHITTOOR

Veduru KuppamVeduru KuppamGranite

8.80

15.11

-6.31

9 KADAPA

Bhakrapet

Sidhouut

Phyllites

12.17

16.70

-4.53

10 ANANTHAPURGolla

Kalyandurg

Granite

12.76

18.82

-6.06

11 KURNOOL

Chippagiri

Granite

4.74

9.13

-4.39

Chippagiri