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The National Clean Ganga Mission (NMCG) is a flagship programme developed by the National Council for the Rejuvenation, Protection and Management of the Ganga River, also known as the National Ganga Council. It is registered as a society under the Societies Registration Act, 1860. It came into existence on August 12th 2011 and is supported by the State Level Program Management Groups (SPMGs) in Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Bihar, Jharkhand and West Bengal. The Government of India established this body to encourage a coordinated effort by the listed states to tackle the contamination of the Ganga River by offering financial and technological assistance.
River Ganga is considered as one of the sacred rivers in India. She is prayed to as a Goddess who gives Mukthi or Salvation to humankind. Over the years, she has been polluted by industrial effluents, ceremonial waste and domestic sewage. The government took cognisance of the fact that River Ganga needs to be given utmost priority to make her clean and fresh again. Thus was born the National Ganga Council. NMCG is the implementation wing of this body and works towards Rejuvenation, Protection and Management of River Ganga.
About National Mission for Clean Ganga (NMCG)
The vision for Ganga Rejuvenation is to restore the integrity of the river, by achieving “Aviral Dhara” (Continuous Flow), “Nirmal Dhara” (Unpolluted Flow) and ensuring geological and ecological integrity.
NMCG works towards ensuring a successful reduction of contamination and revitalization of the Ganga River by implementing a river basin strategy that encourages cross-sectoral cooperation for holistic planning and maintenance. It also ensures minimum biological flows into the Ganga River with a view to maintaining water quality and ecologically responsible growth.
Here are some key objectives of the National Mission for Clean Ganga (NMCG)
The Environmental Protection Act calls for a five-tier system at national, state and district level to take steps to eliminate, monitor and mitigate acid pollution in the Ganga River and ensure a consistent and sufficient flow of water to reinvigorate the Ganga River.
In order to achieve this vision, the NMCG shall engage in the key following functions:
Even before the establishment of the National Ganga Council, steps have been taken towards the rejuvenation of River Ganga. Some of them are:
'Namami Gange Project' is an ambitious development plan, authorized by the Union Government as a Flagship Initiative in June 2014 with a budget of Rs. 20,000 Crore to accomplish the twin goals of successful pollution management, restoration and reinvigoration of the Ganga River.
Its execution has been divided into Entry-Level Activities (for direct visible impact), Medium-Term Activities (to be enforced within 5 years) and Long-Term Activities (to be put into effect within 10 years).
The key principles of the Namami Gange program are:
1. When was the National Mission for Clean Ganga launched?
October 2016. The NMCG was created in October 2016 under the River Ganga Authorities Order of 2016.
2. Does the NMCG receive technical support from overseas?
Yes, several countries like the United Kingdom, Finland, Israel, Germany and Australia have been providing technical support for the project, for the rejuvenation of River Ganga.
3. Is the NMCG a statutory body?
No. It is created under the River Ganga - Rejuvenation, Protection and Management Order.
4. Which is the longest river in India?
River Ganga is the longest river in India and it flows for a distance of 2510 kms originating from the Gangotri glaciers in the Himalayas.
5. What is the Ganga Quest?
It is an online quiz organised by the NMCG. It is conducted in Hindi and English. It aims to promote awareness about the Namami Gange programme and is open to anyone over the age of ten.
National Clean Ganga Project is committed to leveraging the best available expertise and services in the world for the rejuvenation of Ganga. Clean Ganga has become a popular draw for several foreign countries with experience in river rejuvenation. Many countries including Australia, United Kingdom, Germany, Finland, Israel etc. are interested in working with India on the rejuvenation of Ganga. Memorandums of Understanding (MoUs) were signed with various Central Ministries viz.- Ministry of Human Resource Development, Ministry of Rural Development, Ministry of Railways, Ministry of Shipping, Ministry of Tourism, Ministry of Ayush, Ministry of Petroleum, Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports, Ministry of Drinking Water & Sanitation and Ministry of Agriculture for synergizing the Government schemes.
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