what is difference between dug wells and tube wells

The difference between dug wells and tube wells are:
dug well tube well
i. dug wells are cylindrical holes dug in the ground manually to draw water from underground water table.
ii. manual techniques are generally used to take out water from well.
iii. dug wells are generally few feets deep (10- 30).
iv. used for drinking and other household purposes in rural areas.
i. tube wells are pipes bored into the ground to draw water from underground water table.
ii. pumps are used to take out water from well.
iii. tube wells are more deeper (upto 600 feets).
iv. used mainly for irrigation and can be used in rural as well as urban areas.

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