In our college, the drinking water has been purified by modern treatment technology using Filtration, Ion exchange, and Reverse osmosis. There are two R.O. plants are in operation to cater to the drinking water needs of all the students, staff members, supporting staff, and visitors. The raw water with an average total dissolved solid is treated to reduce the TDS content which is a generally acceptable upper limit of the TDS.
This is done in three stages, namely: Pretreatment consists of sand filtration, coke treatment, and ion exchange; the main process comprises 6 RO membrane filters held in parallel to each other, and post-treatment. This water is pure, tasty, and hygienic rendering it highly suitable for human consumption.
The rejected water from the treatment plants has been used for gardening and washing purposes. These plants not only facilitate the supply of safe drinking water but also obviate the otherwise huge expenditure for procuring drinking water for a large number of people on the campus. Now the institution can be liberal in the provision of our own made RO water.