Water Management under CWC encompasses monitoring of reservoirs levels and storage capacity of important reservoirs, issue of status bulletins thereon and compilation of storage behaviours of important reservoirsof the country and issue of weekly bulletins in respect of five important reservoirs of Cauvery Basin.It also acts as a nodal Directorate for coordinating the works of ICAR - CWC joint panel and the activities related to IWRA (International Water Resources Association).The Dte will strive to increasethe numbers of reservoirs being monitored progressively.
The state of Andhra Pradesh is committed provide access to quality drinking water by conservation and sustainable management of its water resources. Efficiency enhancement, conserving groundwater resources, and increasing irrigation potential are the chief goals for this sector. In consonance with the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) the state also aims to drought proof and provide full coverage with safe drinking water for all the people by 2019. By 2029, the state aims to attain optimum treatment, reuse, and recycling of wastewater according to national standards, in order to balance competing water demands across sectors to meet its development priorities.