PWRDA SLIDER 22
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A Water is Nature Gift, Don't spoil it
PWRDA SLIDER 2
- Clarification regarding GW extraction charges payable by Infrastructure Units
- Notice: Regarding timely submission of Payment Challan
- Modification Form for ad-interim permission given by PWRDA
- PAN & GSTIN Number of the Punjab Water Regulation & Development Authority
- Specification for Digital Water Level Recorders
- Specifications for Digital Water Flow Meters and Mechanical Water Flow Meters
- Proforma: GST Undertaking
- New proforma: challan of payment
- Advisory Committee under the Chairmanship of Chairperson "Punjab Water Regulation and Development Authority"
- Raise a query
- New Bank Details for application fees
- Application Status of ad-interim Permission
- FAQ’s at the time of submission of ad-interim permissions
The Punjab Water Regulation and Development Authority aims to manage and regulate water usage in the state so as to achieve sustainable management of groundwater balanced with the requirements of the livelihoods of people in the State.
The conservation of water is to be mandated for all users of groundwater by encouraging them to undertake, at their own cost, water conservation measures that will help to achieve the set target for conservation for each zone in the state.
In case the Water Users are not able to execute water conservation measures to meet their target, then they shall not be given the water credits to that extent, and they shall be liable to pay this amount to the Authority as part of his groundwater usage charges. A portion of the Groundwater Charges received will be utilised by the Authority for implementing Water Conservation Schemes to be framed by the Government and to be executed by the concerned Departments or Public Agencies nominated by Government. The objective shall be to ensure sufficient water conservation to meet the targets set for each user in the State.
Business and Policy Dialogue with Dr. Karan Avtar Singh. IAS,
Chairperson PWRDA, Government of Punjab
(Groundwater development, irrigation and agrarian distress in Punjab: connecting the dots)