Technical visit at Water Treatment Plant 157.85 MLD capacity Ramghat”
Department: Civil Engineering Department
Year/sem: B.tech & Diploma Final year students
Activity: Technical Visit
Date and Duration: 05/12/2021 (Sunday) – 9.30 AM to 2.30 PM
Title: “ Technical visit at Water Treatment Plant 157.85 MLD capacity Ramghat” Mandsaur
Resource person/agency and affiliation: Mr. Sohanlal Mali (Sr. Chemist)
Brief description / remarks:
“Technical visit has its own importance in the career of a student who is pursuing a professional degree”. In this regard, the Department of Civil Engineering conducted a Technical visit for Diploma v sem and B.Tech VII sem students on, 5th december 2021 at Water Treatment Plant Ramghat” Mandsaur.
The main reason behind the visit, it lets students know things practically through interaction, working methods and employment practices. Moreover, it gives exposure from an academic point of view. Main aim of the industrial visit is to provide an exposure to students about practical working environment Conditions.Visit was to highlight the importance of quality of drinking water in our daily life.
The Water Treatment Plant is Executed by CMR Infrastructure. The Resource person was Mr. Sohanlal Mali (Sr. Chemist) at Water Treatment Plant Ramghat” Mandsaur and Dr. D. K. Sharma(Prof.), Mr. Rajpal Singh Songara, Ms.Vaibhavee Choubey (Faculties of Civil Engineering Department).
Mr. Sohanlal Mali Explained the entire procedure like Preliminary, Primary and secondary treatment from taking raw water to treating the water to the students as well as he explained the appropriate proportion of Alum and chlorine in it.
Outcome / Key Deliverables:
1. Students learned the entire treatment process of water, importance of quality of drinking water, Dosing of alum and about pre & post chlorination, its advantages, and learnt the Basic Concept of use of water treatment plants.
2. Students acquired knowledge of how quality control helps to minimize the risks of overdesign and Students learnt the future aspects of water treatment plants for health safety. 3. Such a visit will encourage students to perceive more practical knowledge and efficiency with respect to the view of a Civil Engineer in Environment.
No. of participants: 15
Prepared by: Ms. Vaibhavee Choubey
Verified and Submitted by (HOD/HOI): Dr. D.K. Sharma