Central Ground Water Authority (CGWA) has been constituted under Section 3 (3) of the Environment (Protection) Act, 1986 to regulate and control development and management of ground water resources in the country. Whether all existing or new industries, infrastructural projects, mining and de-watering projects that extract groundwater for their operations has to mandatorily seek groundwater withdrawal permission from Central Ground water Authority (CGWA).

Services offered by us:·

 Complete Central Ground water Authorization application with proper documentation.

Authenticate Rainwater harvesting proposal

Absolute Hydrogeological study by our expert Hydrogeologist

Right consultancy for the establishment of new industry according to their zonal conditions of groundwater

 Compliances of granted CGWA NOC within said timeframe

Renewal of CGWA NOC

Revocation of Closure directions issued to industry with respect to CGWA NOC



The main objective for establishing this department is to issue guidelines for research, management, and planning related to Ground Water Resources in the state and conduct study, assessment, planning, and development programs for Ground Water.

UPGWD issued its guidelines for issuance of Ground water withdrawal NOC dated 20th September 2020.


  • To ensure regulated exploitation and optimum & judicious use of ground resources.
  • To initiate a national program of aquifer mapping and aquifer-based management in the state in a planned way for overall groundwater management.
  • To implement a groundwater recharge program on a large scale in an integrated manner and to bring over-exploited/critical blocks into the safe category in a time-bound manner.
  • To effectively implement conjunctive use of surface water and groundwater.
  • To promote efficient methods of water use in stressed areas.
  • To prioritize the river basin/watershed approach in groundwater management planning and conservation.
  • To identify polluted groundwater areas to ensure safe drinking water supplies.
  • To implement groundwater conservation and recharging programs by the concerned departments through a participatory management approach in a coordinated and integrated manner.
  • To make provisions of effective legal structures for groundwater management.





The Haryana Water Resources (Conservation, Regulation and Management) Authority has been constituted under The Haryana Water Resources (Conservation, Management and Regulation) Act 2020. The Authority must achieve a sustainable water resources regimen with short-term and long-term perspectives. The Authority exercises jurisdiction in the State of Haryana over Ground Water and Surface Water, further committing to judicious, equitable, and efficient use of water.

Objectives of HWRA:

To enact an appropriate law to provide for protecting, conserving, controlling, and regulating the usage of water in the State so that the water regimen becomes sustainable both quantitatively and qualitatively, especially in stressed areas.




  • Analysis of Conditions of NOC of groundwater withdrawal issued by Center/ State Groundwater Authority, as applicable.
  • Suggest the most appropriate and economical method for implementing desired instruments, tests, reports, and infrastructure in accordance with the issued NOC.
  • Submission of the self-compliance report and advice about the record maintenance.
  • Turn key solutions of Rainwater Harvesting and Artificial Recharge as applicable to the particular type of Industry.