Can anyone please explain to me the difference in the levels of static water and water table?
Static water level refers to the level of water (in a well for example) under normal, undisturbed, no-pumping conditions. Static water level is best determined when the well has not been pumped for several hours prior to measuring. You may get a false reading if the well was pumped just before the static water level is measured.
Water Table Level is The level below which the ground is completely saturated with water Also called water level.
They mean the same just in geotechnical engineering they use the name "Water Table Level" because they are interested in the soil but when you talk about a well or dams you name it "Static water level" but they are the same they mean the level of water.