Water Conservation

Water is very important content. Without water there is no life on earth. We use water in so many ways in our daily life. Water is a substance which covers ¾ part of the world. It means water is occupying more portion as compared to land. But this water is becoming more polluted because of the environmental changes. So it is necessary to conserve the water. It is everyone’s duty to protect the water because everyone uses it. A step to conserve water is the step to secure the future. One of the most essential among all the natural resources on earth is water. A drop of water is worth more than a sack of gold for the thirsty man. If each one of us makes efforts to save water today, it will save us later. Water conservation is what that can reduce the scarcity of water. It aims to improve the efficiency of use of water and reduce losses and waste. Only the government can not conserve the water. Therefore each one of us should think of it and do something to conserve it. Let us know what others think on this serious issue and doing in this respect. Advancement of science & technology has yielded too many luxurious gadgets to human beings. But we are unaware that main, one of the factors essential for our life i.e. ‘Water’ is standing in front of humanity like ‘Dinosaur’ which would engulf the entire humanity. ‘Scarcity of water’ is becoming a general threat to all of us and in due course, it would be major cause of concern. People don’t understand the importance of water, as water is being wasted by several known and unknown reasons. From today onwards all of us should pledge to conserve water so that water should remain fit for drinking. All concerned Governments, Local authorities, Public should take corrective measures to conserve and save drinking water to save humanity. Otherwise we can not avoid “Third World War” only and only because of safe drinking water. SAVE WATER TO SAVE LIFE Dr. Rajeev Singh Lecturer, Commerce According to medical science human beings can live without food for seven days and only three days without water. Hence what is more important? Water or food, of course water! But this reality never been thought by us. We need to ask ourselves, are we doing enough to save water? As an individual I do my bit by taking bath with bucket water instead of shower. Even I am thinking to use toilet paper in place of water. Save Water-Happy living! Saurabh Sen Gupta Lecturer, Commerce

Water is the most scarce resource available on earth. It is a substance which occupies ¾ part of the world. Out of this fraction, only 1% is used for household purpose. So it is our duty to save water in whatever ways we can. We personally save water by turning off the running taps, washing vegetables in a closed container so that the remaining water can be re-used in plants, drink water from water bottle as drinking water in different glasses requires lot of water to wash them. Shruti Agrawal and R.Sen Gupta Lecturer, Commerce

In today’s era water conservation is a burning issue. Due to the human misdeeds we are facing a
big problem of water scarcity. Day by day water level is decreasing. This problem is more severe in cities than rural areas. Actually in cities population is very dance due to this we are over exploiting ground water. But we are not recharging the same. What we are taking from nature, we should return it back to maintain the ecological balance. So this is high time when we should not simply talk about it what we have to take concrete steps to make it reality. Here I must mention the name of a prominent personality, Sri Rajendra Singh Ji, to whom people generally and respectively called as “Waterman” or “Jal-Purush”. He has done a tremendous job in the field of water conservation. Due to his effort only some places of Rajasthan water level is now resuming and due to it reverse migration of population has started from cities to villages. Alone government cannot save water without the help of people. We should steps on individual level and to start whom our own house. Sanjay Singh Lecturer in Botany.

Often we misunderstood ‘priceless’ for ‘worthless’. Water is not worthless, At least now we
should realize it. Plantation though sees to be unrelated with water preservation helps rise in ground level water. I personally contribute my sincere efforts to maintain the small garden in our house. I check the root gone two inches under the soil surface, it has enough water. Further I always my plants in morning or evening when temperature is cooler to minimize evaporation. Anshuman Bhattacharya Lecturer,Commerce.

Water is one of the most important elements required for the survival of not only human beings
but also for the whole creature of the earth. So we should take maximum efforts for Rain Water Harvesting, the most important technique for water conservation. It is gathering and collection of water from the roof tap. This method is most effective and simple to conserve water. There are three technological methods of Rain harvesting, such are: Catchment, Conveyance and Storage. With the help off these three methods we can ensure utilization of rain water for the domestic as well as agricultural purposes. Therefore we should make proper arrangements in our homes for the same. Dr. Amit Kumar Lecturer in Commerce.

Water conservation refers to reducing the uses of water and recycling of waste water for different purposes such as cleaning, manufacturing and agricultural irrigation. Dr. M.P. Singh Reader, U.P. College, Varanasi Improved management practices that reduce wastage and enhance the beneficial use of water efficiency is a tool of water conservation that results in more efficient water use and thus reduces water demand. Prof. R. N. Singh Botany, B.H.U. In my opinion water conservation efforts should be primarily directed at farmers in light of the fact that crop irrigation accounts for 70% of the world’s fresh water use. Water conservation programs should be initiated at the local level by either Municipal water utilities or Regional Government. Prof. R. K. Pillai Chairman, Dept. of Water Conservation, New Delhi Water is a crucial component of sustaining life and economy of any country. Human consumption and agricultural use of water are competing and complimentary. We need the water to sustain the population and we need agriculture to fuel the economy and provide food that makes it possible for us to live here. The two must be balanced with conservation efforts to ensure the viability of both. Santosh Kr. Singh Dept. of Botany, Sunbeam College for Women, Varanasi

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