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Ranchi’s Sewage System Upgraded By Asian Development Bank


In order to transform the capital into a cleaner and more beautiful city, it is crucial to have an efficient sewage system. The Ranchi Municipal Corporation, with the support of the Asian Development Bank, is undertaking the task of laying sewage pipelines across the city. Consultancy firm NJS has prepared the Detailed Project Report (DPR) for this ambitious project. The estimated cost to connect every household to the sewage system is approximately 3211 crore rupees.

Key Points:

  1. Zone-wise Planning: The city has been divided into four zones for the implementation of this project. Zone One’s work is already underway by the Ranchi Municipal Corporation. The remaining three zones have DPRs prepared for the sewage system. Each zone will have its own Sewage Treatment Plant (STP), located in Bhram, Hotwar, and Hethu.
  2. Zone One: This zone includes areas such as Morhabadi, Chiroundi, Pandra, Kanke, Dumardaga, Tagore Hill area, Ratu Road, Bajra, Booty Mod, among others, where sewage pipeline laying work is in progress.
  3. Zone Two: Areas like Lalpur, Vardhman Compound, Albert Ekka Chowk, Purulia Road, Kokar, Namkum are part of this zone. Work is yet to be completed in these areas.
  4. Zone Three: This zone comprises areas like Pahadi Mandir, Harmu, Ashok Nagar, Hinoo, and Kadiru area.
  5. Zone Four: Areas like Dhurwa, HEC, Hatia, Birsa Chowk, Hesag, Tupudana, Jagnnath Temple are included in this zone.
  6. Road Restoration: During the meeting held at the Ranchi Municipal Corporation auditorium on Tuesday by NJS, suggestions and grievances were discussed. Legislative C.P. Singh, City Commissioner Amit Kumar, Gopalji, Deputy Commissioner Kamalakant Gupta, Assistant Commissioner Ravindra Kumar, Mo Anwar Hussain, JUDCO’s Chief Manager SS Sengupta, and Deputy Project Director Utkarsh Mishra were present.

Population Projection for 2057: 30.25 Lakhs

Presenting the DPR, company officials stated that by the year 2057, the population of Ranchi city will reach 30,25,792. Additionally, the number of households will also increase to 3,41,336. It is estimated that a total of 449.59 MLD sewage will be generated from this population. Keeping this in mind, sewage pipelines will be laid across the entire city.

Road Restoration Alongside Pipeline Laying

During the meeting, Legislative C.P. Singh emphasized the importance of restoring roads immediately after laying pipelines. Many neighborhoods in the city face inconvenience due to unfinished roads after pipeline laying. Therefore, it is suggested to restore roads simultaneously with pipeline laying. NHAI, PWD, and Jio Fiber also provided their suggestions during the meeting.


The initiative to upgrade Ranchi’s sewage system is a significant step towards a cleaner and more efficient city. The division into zones and the construction of STPs in each zone will ensure effective management of sewage. The population projection for 2057 highlights the need for this development. Furthermore, the emphasis on road restoration alongside pipeline laying will minimize inconvenience for residents. Ranchi is poised for a transformation that will enhance its livability and beauty for its citizens.

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