Institutional Best Practice

  1. A. Rain water Harvesting
  • Rainwater harvesting is a technology used to collect, convey and store rain water for later use from relatively clean surfaces such as a roof, land surface or rock catchment. It is the technique of collecting water from roof, Filtering and storing for further uses. Rainwater Harvesting is a simple technique of catching and holding rainwater where its falls. Either, we can store it in tanks for further use or we can use it to recharge groundwater depending upon the situation. This system provides sources of soft, high quality water reduces dependence on well and other sources and in many contexts are cost effective. Components of Rainwater Harvesting System: A rainwater harvesting system comprises of components for – transporting rainwater through pipes or drains, filtration, and tanks for storage of harvested water. The design and installation of RWH system includes following: 1. Rainwater Catchment and Conveyance 2. Rainwater Storage 3. Rainwater Quality and Treatment With above literature it is found that the rainwater harvesting system can be developed with qualitative and quantitative approach for the case study under consideration.

  1. B. Installation of sanitary napkin vending machine and sanitary napkin incinerator
  • To educate and create awareness of use of Sanitary Napkins and provide easy access to Sanitary Napkins by installation Simple Vending Machines in our girls toilet so that Girls/Women get habituated to use this Sanitary Napkins for their better health care. Secondly, to solve the problem of sanitary napkin disposal by installing incinerators which shall reduce spread of infection due to unhygienic disposal of sanitary napkins, reduce environmental pollution due to non-biodegradable sanitary napkins and reduce clogging of public drainage system due to spongy nature of napkins.
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