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Monte Carlo Simulation is that generates random variables for modeling risk or uncertainty of a certain system. The random variables or inputs are modeled on the basis of probability distributions such as normal, log normal, etc. Water scarcity is serious problem throughout the world for both urban & rural community. Urbanization, industrial development & increase in agricultural field & production have resulted in overexploitation of groundwater & surface water resources and resultant deterioration in water quality. The conventional water sources namely well, river and reservoirs, etc. are inadequate to fulfill water demand due to unbalanced rainfall. While the rainwater harvesting system investigate a new water source. The aim of the present study is to use rainwater and thus taking close to the concept of nature conservation. In this study, the rain water harvesting (RWH) system is analyses as an alternative source of water at campus. K.S.R. Educational Institutions, Tiruchengode at the State of Tamilnadu, India. The expected outcome of the study is the development of rainwater harvesting system for catchment area of campus from IT Block, IET Mech Block, B.Ed. Block, PC Block, Academic Block, CE “A” Block, CE “B” Block, CE “C” Block, CE “D” Block, CE, and “E” Block, CE “F” Block, Women’s Block, and CE Boys Hostel, Parking area. The result analysis shows that the present RWH system is having the storage 53, 96,816 liters/year and is reasonably well in comparison with conventional water sources. The developed system satisfies the social requirements and can be implemented in rural areas by considering almost all the technical aspect. 

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K. Vijayakumar, R. Sridhar, K. Arun kumar, & G. Tamilarasi. (2021). Simulation ofstorm water collecting systems in K.S.R. Educational Institutions (South Side). International Journal of Intellectual Advancements and Research in Engineering Computations, 8(3), 498–503. Retrieved from