Water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) program in college combines components like building toilet, drinking facilities, inclusion of WASH in colleges, which covers basics of hand washing, personal hygiene and more. These are necessary to produce a healthy environment and to develop or support appropriate health and hygiene behaviors. The benefits go beyond the classroom: WASH contributes to the health of the future generation and thereby to the growth of the nation.
To create awareness for efficient use of water.
To create awareness for safety measures to be taken for safe drinking water.
To create awareness for hygiene condition, grooming of campus and related issues.
To save lives, prevent diseases, promote dignity and support access to better living conditions and livelihood opportunities.
Supplying safe water for drinking, cooking, personal hygiene and campus cleaning.
Providing and maintaining latrines or toilets segregated by gender that are safe for women, girls, men and boys who use at all times.
Solid waste management and site drainage activities, to reduce standing water and garbage where disease carrying mosquitoes or vermin can breed.
Hygiene promotion and commonly mobilization to promote safe hygiene and health seeking behaviors and to empower displaced people to take an active role in WASH operations.
Prof.(Dr.) Bimal Sarangi (Chairman) (M-9437123892)
Prof.Pradyumna Mallick(Counsellor) (M-9853812623)
Prof.(Dr.)Umasankar Das(Chief- Coordinator) (M-9937453537)
Prof.Sasmita Jena( Chief- Coordinator) (M-9337397752)
Prof.Anshuman Bhuyan(Member) (M-9658120996)
Prof. Ratikanta Sahoo(Member) (M-9439319371)
Prof.Achintya Sahoo(Member) (M-7978558728)