New Sarkari Yojana List 2024 (नई सरकारी योजनाओं की सूची)

New Sarkari Yojana List 2024 (नई सरकारी योजनाओं की सूची)

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[Atal Jal] Atal Bhujal Yojana 2024 District / Village List PDF - Check Project Objective, Strategy, Beneficiaries

Central government has launched Atal Bhujal Yojana (Atal Jal) to demonstrate community-led sustainable ground water management which can be taken to scale. The major objective of the Atal Bhoojal Yojana is to improve the management of groundwater resources in select water stressed areas in 7 identified states. These states includes Gujarat, Haryana, Karnataka, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Rajasthan and Uttar Pradesh. Read this article till the end to check Atal Bhujal Yojana 2024 district / village list PDF. Also check project objective, strategy, beneficiaries and key results. 

Atal Bhujal Yojana 2024 District / Village List PDF

A total of 7 states, 80 districts, 229 blocks and 8213 gram panchayats are included in Atal Bhujal Yojana district / village list PDF. Here is the process by which you can check state wise name of villages, block, districts:-  
  • One can download Atal Bhujal Yojana district / village list PDF and can check name of state, district, block, village. 

About Atal Bhujal Yojana 2024

Atal Bhujal Yojana (Atal Jal) is targeted at sustainable ground water management, mainly through convergence among various on-going schemes with the active involvement of local communities and stakeholders. This will ensure that in the scheme area, the funds allocated by the central and state governments are spent judiciously to ensure long term sustainability of ground water resources. The convergence shall further result in incentives to state governments for suitable investments, aided by strong data base, scientific approach and community participation. 

Atal Jal scheme has been designed as a pilot with the principal objective of strengthening the institutional framework for participatory ground water management. It also aims at bringing about behavioural change at the community level through awareness programs and capacity building for fostering sustainable ground water management in the participating States.

Atal Jal Scheme Strategy

Atal Bhujal Yojana follows a four pronged strategy:-
  • Decision support tools for ground water management : An MIS is being developed to operationalise and standardise program implementation across the Participating States. The MIS will be used to operationalise and standardise the preparation of Water Security Plans (WSPs), water budgeting, monitoring of ground water levels and quality, and reporting on the progress in implementation of WSPs. The MIS will be extensively used by implementing agencies at all levels. It will provide access to information for beneficiary communities to plan and implement interventions.
  • Strengthen community based institutions to foster management : The incentives provided under ATAL JAL will trigger initiatives to strengthen enabling institutions and build the required information base for bottom‐up, participatory planning and implementation of appropriate interventions in ground water management and use. This represents a step change in the ‘business‐as‐usual’ approach and will set the correct course to accomplish sustainable ground water management at a larger scale.
  • Improve water use efficiency and enhance ground water recharge : The Program supports volumetric metering and real‐time data systems, as well as raising awareness about the importance of good ground water governance. It also supports on‐ground actions that are based on community ownership and judicious management of water resources.
  • Fiscal decentralisation : The program not only focuses on building state institutions but also supports the general move of the Government of India (GoI) towards fiscal decentralisation. It takes forward the GWMR Scheme, a centrally implemented scheme that does not allocate funds to the state level. This centralised approach has affected ownership, uptake, and implementation of the Aquifer Management Plan (AMPs). In ATAL JAL, funds are to flow from the central government to the states and from there onwards to the appropriate implementing levels (districts, blocks, GPs, and beneficiaries).

Atal Bhujal Project Objective

The primary objective of this Atal Jal Scheme is "to improve the management of groundwater resources in the water stressed areas of the selected States". This will be achieved by implementing appropriate investments/management actions led by community through convergence of various ongoing /new central and state schemes.

Atal Bhoojal Yojana Project Beneficiaries

The recipients of ATAL JAL are the economies, occupations, and social orders that depend upon ground water assets for flourishing and wellbeing. The arrest in decline of ground water levels is likely to improve water regimes required for agriculture, domestic, and industrial purposes, thereby generating societal benefit. In particular, it will have positive impacts on:-
  • Women, small marginal farmers, and agricultural labourers
  • Central and state government agencies responsible for ground water management
  • Population affected by floods and droughts, particularly poor people living in the rural areas
  • Environment and agriculture ministries; research and educational institutions; NGOs; civil society organizations; students and researchers; and the private sector.

Key Results for Atal Bhujal Yojana 

The key results areas are:-
  • Strengthened institutional framework and effective ground water data monitoring and disclosure.
  • Improved planning and implementation of groundwater management interventions.
For more details, visit the official website of Atal Bhujal Yojana at

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