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Water Conservation Facilities

Tanks and bunds (open ponds)

EAST VIEW OF POND 1

NORTH VIEW OF POND 1



EAST VIEW OF POND 2

SOUTH VIEW OF POND 2



There are two tanks (open ponds) on campus where the rainwater from various parts of the campus is collected and stored. Rainwater from building rooftops is also channelled into these open ponds. Aerators present in ponds maintain suitable dissolved oxygen for the purpose of aquatic life. The habitats within and around the ponds serve as a sanctuary for swans and other species.



Maintenance of water bodies and distribution systems on the campus

OVER HEAD TANK AT C.V.RAMAN BLOCK

OVER HEAD TANK AT VISVESVARAYA BLOCK



R.O. PLANT-1

DRINKING WATER POINT



Well maintained overhead water tanks were constructed to supply water for various purposes like Restrooms, Laboratories etc.
Only reverse osmosis water is available for drinking on campus; we have three R.O. units, each with a treatment capacity of 2000 litres per hour. Drinking water is provided through the refrigerator on the top floor, and chilled water is distributed to all supply points on each floor.

Recharge Pits



Rain Water Harvesting



BoreWell OR OpenWell Recharge



Waste Water Recycling

R.O. PLANT 2

DRINKING WATER POINT AT GROUND FLOOR



WASTE WATER COLLECTION POINT IN GARDEN AREA


The wastewater from the R.O. plant is utilized for campus gardening. At the same time, wastewater from each floor's drinking supply points is linked to a single wastewater pipe and sent to the two buildings' interior gardens.