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| Last Updated:: 23/08/2021

Tabular Data

Physical Progress-2020-21

 

S.N.
State/UT Name
Individual household latrines (IHHLs)
Community Sanitary Complexes (CSCs)
1
Arunachal Pradesh
8,813
940
2
Assam
3,54,932
770
3
Manipur
436
247
4
Meghalaya
10,277
145
5
Mizoram
2,053
314
6
Nagaland
1,736
812
7
Sikkim
23
169
8
Tripura
30,035
50
 
Total :-
4,08,305
3,447

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Source:Annual Report, Ministry of Driking Water and Saniatation, 2020-21  Updated on 19th June, 2021

                                                                                                                                                                                               Status of individual rural households with PWS connections



 
No. of Individual rural households with piped water supply connections (as on 31.03.2019, as reported by States/ UTs)
 
S.No
 
State/ UTs
 
Total Rural households
 
Total household connections
 
% of total household connections with PWS
 
% of households to be connected with PWS
1.
Sikkim
88,013
87,431
99.34
0.66
2.
Gujarat
64,77,917
50,82,540
78.46
21.54
3.
Himachal Pradesh
13,48,841
7,59,047
56.27
 43.73
4.
Haryana
32,88,145
17,58,292
53.47
46.53
5.
Punjab
33,01,599
17,59,212
53.28
46.72
6.
Puducherry
82,258
41,418
50.35
49.65
7.
Karnataka
80,72,422
35,36,476
43.81
56.19
8.
Maharashtra
1,32,03,245
50,74,878
38.44
61.56
9.
Telangana
54,09,686
18,13,791
33.53
66.47
10.
Andhra Pradesh
91,29,939
30,60,696
33.52
 
66.48
11.
Jammu & Kashmir
16,36,151
4,91,152
30.02
 
69.98
12.
Tamil Nadu
98,62,767
29,33,243
29.74
70.26
13.
Kerala
91,75,250
15,36,707
16.75
83.25
14.
Mizoram
1,03,949
16,359
15.74
84.26
15.
Uttarakhand
15,09,758
2,16,182
14.32
85.68
16.
Rajasthan
92,84,150
11,49,036
12.38
87.62
17.
Madhya Pradesh
1,08,90,226
13,28,100
12.2
 
87.8
18.
A & N islands
65,096
6,604
10.15
89.85
19.
Arunachal Pradesh
2,20,826
20,069
9.09
 
90.91
20.
Chhattisgarh
43,17,108
3,85,417
8.93
91.07
 
21.
Jharkhand
50,28,402
2,88,992
5.75
94.25
22.
Manipur
4,38,943
24,512
5.58
94.42
23.
Nagaland
3,17,975
15,559
4.89
95.11
24.
Odisha
81,25,852
3,19,955
3.94
96.06
25.
Tripura
8,59,052
27,358
3.18
96.82
26.
Assam
57,92,987
1,27,962
2.21
97.79
27.
Bihar
1,78,46,077
3,36,178
1.88
98.12
28.
Uttar Pradesh
2,58,81,064
3,45,452
1.33
98.67
29.
West Bengal
1,63,35,210
2,14,683
1.31
98.69
30.
Meghalaya
4,60,527
4,359
0.95
99.05
31.
Goa
1,61,459
0
0
0
Total
17,87,14,894
3,27,61,660
18.33
81.67

   

 

  
 Source: Annual Report Ministry of drinking water and sanitation 2019-20 Updated on 17th June, 2021

 

(a) Physical Progress: 2018-19

 

S.N.
State/UTName
Nos.ofIHHLs
Nos.ofCSCs
1
Arunachal Pradesh
16346
 
470
2
Assam
1497558
80
3
Manipur
144707
62
4
Meghalaya
498
247
5
Mizoram
2523
86
6
Nagaland
101760
176
7
Sikkim
1737
85
8
Tripura
271082
9
 
Total :-
2036211
1215

 

(b) Physical Progress: 2019-20 (upto December 2019)

 

S.N.
State/UTName
NosofIHHLs
Nos. ofCSCs
1
Arunachal Pradesh
4928
 
215
2
Assam
245783
116
3
Manipur
13278
5
4
Meghalaya
4209
38
5
Mizoram
1370
177
6
Nagaland
1088
135
7
Sikkim
424
14
8
Tripura
80837
29
 
Total :-
351917
729

 

 Source:Annual Report Ministyr of drinking water and sanitation 2019-20 Updated on 17th June, 2021

 

 Jal Jeevan Mission: Har Ghar Jal Households provided tap water connections in 2020-21

(Figures in Lakh)

S.No.
         State/UT
TotalHouseholds
Planned
Achievement
In% 
1.
HimachalPradesh
17.04
2.44
3.8
155.53%
2.
A&NIslands
0.62
0.23
0.33
143.73%
3.
Uttarakhand
14.62
3.59
4.31
120.18%
4.
Haryana
31.03
7
7.9
112.80%
5.
Punjab
34.73
7.6
8.31
109.40%
6.
Mizoram
1.27
0.32
0.34
105.72%
7.
Goa
2.63
0.33
0.33
100.00%
8.
Telangana
54.06
18.51
18.2
98.29%
9.
Manipur
4.52
2
1.96
98.08%
10.
Gujarat
92.92
11.15
10.93
98.03%
11.
Maharashtra
1,42.36
39.29
37.15
94.55%
12.
Jammu&Kashmir
18.16
2.32
2.16
92.72%
13.
Odisha
85.67
17.1
15.46
90.44%
14.
ArunachalPradesh
2.18
0.77
0.65
84.57%
15.
MadhyaPradesh
1,23.05
26.27
19.89
75.73%
16.
Bihar
1,96.88
1,50.92
1,03.41
68.52%
17.
Sikkim
1.05
0.17
0.1
60.89%
18.
Puducherry
1.15
0.15
0.08
55.56%
19.
UttarPradesh
263.39
35
19.16
54.74%
20.
TamilNadu
1,26.89
33.94
16.13
47.53%
21.
Tripura
8.01
3.2
1.42
44.38%
22.
Meghalaya
5.9
2.04
0.87
42.80%
23.
AndhraPradesh
95.66
32.02
12.98
40.53%
24.
Assam
63.35
13.15
5.07
38.54%
25.
Rajasthan
1,01.32
20.7
6.77
32.72%
26.
Nagaland
3.86
1.47
0.48
32.37%
27.
Jharkhand
58.96
12.87
3
23.29%
28.
WestBengal
1,63.26
55.58
12.48
22.45%
29.
Kerala
67.15
21.42
4.04
18.88%
30.
Karnataka
91.19
23.57
3.43
14.56%
31.
Ladakh
0.44
0.17
0.02
10.13%
32.
Chhattisgarh
45.48
20.62
1.51
7.33%

 

  

Souorce:jalshakti.gov.in Updated on 4th June, 2021

 

States Wise Details of Affected Districts with Ground Water Contamination by different Chemical Constituents

 

 

 Source:Ministry Of Water Resources Government Of India River Development & Ganga  Rejuvenation Updated On 24th July, 2018

 

STATE-WISE DETAILS OF GEOGENIC CONTAMINANTS IN GROUND WATER

 

 

Source : Goverment of India, Ministry of Water Resources, River Development and Ganga Rejuvenation, Updated on December 5th, 2016

 

Proportion (per 1000) of households having “sufficient” and “improved source” of drinking water during 2012

 

State/UT
Improved source of drinking water
Sufficient drinking water throughout the year
  Rural Urban Rural Urban
1 2 3 4 5
Andhra Pradesh 919 975 865 876
Arunachal Pradesh 962 984 803 783
Assam 851 928 961 945
Bihar 976 997 924 952
Chhattisgarh 948 936 804 841
Delhi 836 977 703 844
Goa 839 996 917 950
Gujarat 892 956 863 961
Haryana 926 923 958 913
Himachal Pradesh 958 1000 768 959
Jammu & Kashmir 806 979 744 848
Jharkhand 644 883 703 793
Karnataka 951 960 750 795
Kerala 295 568 860 916
Madhya Pradesh 832 971 762 762
Maharashtra 855 987 735 931
Manipur 570 698 753 672
Meghalaya 704 945 731 640
Mizoram 868 991 845 890
Nagaland 919 906 161 275
Odisha 824 955 833 862
Punjab 995 997 931 908
Rajasthan 791 923 747 814
Sikkim 852 988 730 951
Tamil Nadu 940 950 932 925
Tripura 873 997 834 987
Uttarakhand 928 999 877 900
Uttar Pradesh 966 992 971 966
West Bengal 950 947 880 935
A & Nicobar Is. 824 1000 960 989
Chandigarh 999 1000 828 791
D & Nagar Haveli 946 935 878 980
Daman & Diu 874 909 824 995
Lakshadweep 215 849 1000 1000
Pondicherry 1000 915 1000 997
All India 885 953 585 896

 

Number per 1000 household having drinking water within premises and proportion of households travelling different distances to reach principal source of drinking water during 2012

 

State / UT
Households having drinking water facilities within premises
Distance household members have to travel to reach principal source of drinking water
Less than 0.2 K.m 0.2 k.m *0.5 k.m
  Rural Urban Rural Urban Rural Urban
Andhra Pradesh 406 778 423 176 97 36
Arunachal Pradesh 523 920 282 18 14 0
Assam 791 922 160 55 40 16
Bihar 717 856 258 133 21 3
Chhattisgarh 173 619 636 149 186 31
Delhi 785 858 194 138 1 2
Goa 811 996 140 0 48 3
Gujarat 576 841 263 114 92 36
Haryana 717 873 165 108 53 13
Himachal Pradesh 538 944 366 52 69 4
Jammu & Kashmir 493 882 298 67 84 23
Jharkhand 186 659 491 221 275 94
Karnataka 357 819 541 146 85 19
Kerala 735 819 227 162 34 12
Madhya Pradesh 194 708 563 252 194 32
Maharashtra 468 874 381 100 83 15
Manipur 99 476 616 456 203 42
Meghalaya 233 676 552 240 145 9
Mizoram 7 0 128 9 908 1000
Nagaland 290 841 494 112 27 7
Odisha 191 722 608 221 154 32
Punjab 847 901 101 61 11 19
Rajasthan 396 830 322 85 150 37
Sikkim 781 949 137 31 40 3
Tamil Nadu 314 647 590 290 72 41
Tripura 386 821 476 170 82 1
Uttarakhand 546 858 291 124 118 8
Uttar Pradesh 581 776 383 177 30 15
West Bengal 301 490 547 384 132 76
A & Nicobar Is. 554 917 271 14 125 12
Chandigarh 890 779 110 198 0 23
D & Nagar Haveli 544 520 285 470 52 1
Daman & Diu 554 635 430 234 0 115
Lakshadweep 848 564 152 402 0 34
Pondicherry 799 878 201 119 0 3
All India 461 768 409 182 93 29
All India 405 745 480 228 92 20

 

Ministry of Statistics and Programme Implementation (MOSPI)

 

Source: http://mospi.nic.in/Mospi_New/upload/kye_indi_of_water_Sanitation69rou_24dec13.pdf

 

Water Quality Data For River Ganga (Summer Average i.e. March-June)

 

Source: Ministry of Environment & Forests, Annunal Report 2011-12