River Narmada is one of the 13 prominent rivers of India, which covers 98,797 sq km of total water-shed area. Narmada is considered to be the lifeline of Madhya Pradesh and most important west flowing river of India. The monitoring of water quality of Narmada River was carried out for One year August 2015 to July 2016. Omkareswar station-I, Maheshwer Station-II, Mandleshwer Station-III and Barwani station-IV, Four sampling stations were selected at downstream of Narmada River. The main objectives of practice on direct mixing of domestic sewage in to the river and Regular monitoring of physic-chemical as well as biological parameters of the Narmada river. During the study period (2015-2016), temperature showed low negative correlation with annelid at all the station. Moderate negative correlation with arthopoda at station I, II, IV and low negative correlation at station III, pH and other parameter was showed low positive correlation with annelid at station I and II, moderate positive correlation at station III and IV. Low positive correlation with arthropoda at station I and IV, low negative correlation at station II, and Moderate positive correlation at station at station III. Moderate positive correlation with mollusca at station I, III and IV, and low positive correlation at station II.
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