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PUNJAB IRRIGATION DEPARTMENT

MESSAGE FROM CHIEF MINISTER PUNJAB

            Irrigated agriculture is the major determinant of economic growth potential as it accounts for 20 % of the GDP and caters for over 50 % of the province's work force. Over 50% of agricultural output in Punjab comes from farmlands irrigated by one of the largest contiguous irrigation systems in the world. The colossal irrigation conveyance network is serving 21.71 million acres (8.79 million hectare) cultivable command area with cropping intensities between 120-150%.

            Water is a critical resource for sustainable economic development of Pakistan and in this respective irrigated agriculture is of great importance in the socio-economic life of the country. Punjab Irrigation Department has a long term vision for Irrigation Sector to provide adequate, equitable and reliable irrigation supplies to the cultivable lands of Punjab aiming at enhanced agricultural productivity with focus on  broad based institutional reforms.

 

MESSAGE FROM MINISTER FOR IRRIGATION

            Punjab Irrigation Department transformed the arid plains of Punjab into the granary of the Indian Subcontinent, bringing prosperity to the inhabitants to its hard-working farmers.  Over a century old crumbling infrastructure is stretched to the limit to provide reliable and equitable water supplies of the ever increasing demands of the farm and non-farm sectors. We shall strive to restore the prestige and glory of the Punjab Irrigation Department by rehabilitating the infrastructure, formulating and implementing comprehensive legislation on water resources, investing in development of our Human Resources and most importantly root out favoritism and nepotism in the department.

ESSENTIALS
Reservior/Barrage
Reservior Level
Inflow/ U/S / Outflow/ D/S
River & Canal Discharges

Dynamic and user interactive map viewer of river and canal data. User can zoom the desired structures or channels to view the discharge data.

Monitoring Ground Water

Aquifer status from 2013 pre and post monsoon data can be viewed on user interactive map. Use the drop down menu to switch the desired map. These maps have been created from the piezometer data collected by Directorate of Land Reclamation (DLR). User can zoom to the area of interest to visualize the depth to groundwater (ft.) and fluctuation of groundwater through switching the maps.

Flowing
Closed
Data Unassigned
Rotational Program

Map viewer of active and inactive channels as per current seasonal rotation plan. User can change the active/inactive channels of the desired date rotational plan.

Tail Status

Map viewer of tail status of channel.

Main Canals Discharge (cusecs)
Reading Date: 21 May 2020
Abbassia Canal1150
Abbassia Link Canal4600
Awami Canal150
B.S. Link-II5260
B.S.Link18000
Bahawal Canal1700
BRBD Link Canal4600
CRBC-III1450
D.G Khan Canal6000
Eastern Sadiqia Canal5407
Fordwah Canal 1854
Haveli Main Line3600
Link Channel485
Link No. I1473
Link No. III1780
Lower Bari Doab Canal7400
Lower Chenab Canal5765
Lower Depalpur Canal1900
M.L.L(U.C.C)3200
M.P. Link 0
Mailsi Canal3650
Main Line Upper (UCC)8000
Main Line, L.J.C.5250
Minchin Branch653
MR Link Canal8000
Muzaffargarh Canal7500
Pakpattan Canal Lower975
Pakpattan Canal Upper4150
Pakpattan Islam Link98
Punjnad Main Line8700
Qaim Canal530
R.Q. Link.19000
Rangpur canal1000
S.M.B.L (Sidhnai Mailsi Bahawal Link) Canal9100
Sidhnai Canal 3350
Sidhnai Feeder 3350
T.S.Link (Trimmu Sidhnai Link) Canal10000
Taunsa Punjnad Link Canal1941
Thal Canal Main Line Lower4013
Thal Canal Main Line Upper7284
Upper Depalpur Canal1312
Upper Jhelum Canal7000
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