The Institute is also involved in testing quality of drinking water at Dayalbagh colony to ensure the supply of clean and safe water to residents and students.
- Potable water from all the wells (10 in number) is monitored every week to ensure that the water does not contain coliform bacteria.
- Subsequently, wells are treated with Potassium Permanganate to maintain zero or permissible number of coliforms.
- Chlorine and Potassium Permanganate levels of the wells are monitored daily.
This enables the residents of Dayalbagh to consume water from wells without passing it through RO plant thus saving a large amount of water.
Chemical parameters (Dissolved Oxygen, Chloride, Hardness, Total dissolved Solids) are also monitored fortnightly.
Dayalbagh has given land at nominal rate for sewage treatment plant (STP) and the treated water is used for irrigation of agricultural fields so that water table in potable well waters is maintained.
STP water is also tested weekly to check Biochemical Oxygen Demand (BOD) and Chemical Oxygen Demand (COD).
Water Quality Reports in Dayalbagh
|WQ Monitoring Report June 14 2021|
|WQ Monitoring Report June 21 2021|
|WQ Monitoring Report June 27 2021|
|WQ Monitoring Report July 4 2021|
|WQ Monitoring Report July 10 2021|
|WQ Monitoring Report July 18 2021|