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Campus Life

Rain Water Harvesting

In the initial years the institution faced scarcity of water and was dependent on water from tankers which was to be paid monthly. Rainwater harvesting helped to reduce the quantity of water to be supplied from outside. Rainwater from roof tops of buildings spread over an area of 24 acres of land is collected in three tanks having a capacity of 10 to 15 lakhs of Liters each .Tanks are well constructed using reinforced cement concrete and random rubble masonry to prevent the leakage of water. Tanks are also 60 cm above the ground level to prevent the ground water flowing into the tank. Another tank of capacity of about 10 lakhs liters water is used for storing the filtered water. Water is filtered using sand filter. Filtered water from the tank is chlorinated before pumping into the drinking water tank. Filtered water is also used for watering the flower and vegetable gardens and for flushing the toilets.


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rain water harvesting

Transport Committee


Solve the issues related to route, seating capacity and allocate drivers in each route


Prof. Rajesh Kocheril (I.NRtd) – Transport Officer

Nirmal Babu, Asst. Transport Officer

Anish, Office Asst.

Students-2 each from all branches of B.Tech.