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DHM, an Introduction

Government of Nepal started hydrological and meteorological activities in an organized way in 1962. The activities were initiated as a section under the Department of Electricity. The section was subsequently transferred to the Department of Irrigation and was ultimately upgraded to Department status in 1988.

The Department of Hydrology and Meteorology (DHM) is an organization under the Ministry of Energy, Water Resources and Irrigation, Government of Nepal. The department with headquarters in Kathmandu has three basin offices: Karnali Basin Office in  Nepalgunj, Narayani Basin Office in Narayanghat and Kosi Basin Office in Biratnagar. Meteorological activities in the Far_Western and Mid-Western region are managed by a regional office in Surkhet, whereas such activities in the Western Development Region  and the Eastern Development Region are managed by meteorological regional offices located in Pokhara and Dharan respectively. 


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Dear Visitors,
Thank you very much for browsing the web pages. Department of Hydrology and Meteorology (DHM) was established in B.S. 2044 (A.D. 1988).). Currently DHM has 3 regional climate offices at Dharan, Pokhara and Surkhet; 3 basin offices at Biratnagar, Bharatpur and Nepalgunj basically for hydrological observation. We have 16 synoptic stations and more than 500 hydrological and meteorological station throughout the country.Our ultimate goal is to minimize the loss of life and properties caused by any kind of water and weather induced disaster and provide quality data of hydrology, meteorology and climatology necessary for infrastructure development. Read More


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