|Official name||Bhogavo-I Water Resources Project|
|Location||Gautamgadh, Sayla, Surendranagar District|
|Construction cost||Rs 75.03 Lakhs|
|Dam and spillways|
|Type of dam||Earthen|
|Height (foundation)||15 metres (49 ft)|
|Length||2,012 metres (6,600 ft)|
|Spillways||Vertical 20, Automatic 14|
|Spillway capacity||2097 m3/s|
|Total capacity||18 MCM|
|Active capacity||13 MCM|
|Catchment area||435 square kilometres (4.7×109 sq ft)|
Nayka Dam is an earthen dam on the Bhogavo river located near Surendranagar, Gujarat, India. In addition to controlling floods, Nayka dam is a major source of water for people in the district of Surendranagar.
7 villages are under command of Nayka dam. 1 village fully and 1 village partially submerged under dam. Total land submerged under reservoir include 122 hectares (300 acres; 0.47 sq mi) forest land, 140 hectares (350 acres; 0.54 sq mi) wasteland, 324 hectares (800 acres; 1.25 sq mi) cultivable land.
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