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District wise summary of Rural drinking water supply --:

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Technology Mission on Drinking Water initiated in 1986 has been another Philip to the cause. This program was rechristened as Rajiv Gandhi National Drinking Water Mission in 1991. A survey was carried out between 1991-1993 in which 'habitation' was considered the unit rather than 'revenue village'. According to this survey the total no. of habitations of undivided UP was found to be 274,641. Status of coverage as on March 1995 was 1,48,704 FC (Fully covered by water supply), 95,411 PC (partially covered by water supply) and 30,526 NC (without safe drinking water source). This survey was again repeated during 2003-04 and the status of coverage was found to be as below:

2,33,341 habitations
Fully covered by water supply (FC)
18,776 habitations
Partially covered by water supply (PC)
7,993 habitations Without safe drinking water source (NC)
GOVERNMENT OF INDIA NORMS FOR PROVIDING POTABLE DRINKING WATER
1) While implementing the Rural Water Supply Schemes, the following norms has been adopted for providing drinking water to the population
40 liters per capita per day (lpcd) for humans to meet the following daily requirements:
Purpose

Quantity ( lpcd )

Drinking

3

Cooking
5
Bathing
15
Washing utensils & house
7
Ablution
10
Progress of Rural Water Supply Program 2005-2006 at a Glance
PHYSICAL PROGRESS FINANCIAL PROGRESS
 
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