In coastal regions, salinity complications are an enormous labyrinth for groundwater. In KUET, salinity mitigation processes are a prerequisite as the Kuet area is not only comprised of academic buildings but also contains residential halls for several students. A survey has been performed among KUET students to assess the negatory outcome of salinity upon skin and hair. Moreover, around 90.8% of people suffer from severe hair loss, and for drinking, 61.8% of people use mineral water. The principal aim of this paper is to exhibit the comparison of water quality parameters between KUET and its other neighboring areas and criteria for evaluating water quality, mainly including Electrical Conductivity (EC), pH, Total Dissolved Solid (TDS), Cl-of water in the KUET region and other neighboring Upazilas of Khulna. Another aim is to indicate and assess the high, medium, and low salinity level areas in KUET. For the assessment of required datasets, we have used the areas of Doulotpur, Fultola, Paikgacha, Rupsha, and the KUET campus. Almost seven samples have been collected from selected areas, and the conducted tests are pH, EC (µs/cm), Cl (ppm), and TDS (ppm). According to the SRDI report and lab test report, Paikgacha and Rupsha have more EC than KUET, which is more than 150. The pH of this sample is around 7.3. Though the highest value of TDS is found to be 1100 ppm, most of the sample exhibits that the values remain in the optimum range (300ppm-600ppm). The hardness of the water in the KUET is around 650, which creates the water hard. These datasets containing samples obtained from different places make a clear map of the high, medium, and low salinity regions of the KUET campus compared with neighboring Upazilas. The scarcity of water is intensifying day by day with the geometric heightening of the population in the whole world. Although Bangladesh encounters rainfall all over the year on an average of at least 2425 mm all over the country , the country has a massive water supply deficiency. It is an affair of massive irony that potable water mainly depends upon groundwater sources, and we all know these resources are limited and non-renewable. Although it is free from pathogens, nevertheless groundwater contains varied complications. It can be seen when a comparison is carried out about the fresh, potable, and palatable water supply among coastal areas and other parts of the country, as a sufficient amount of fresh water is required for drinking and bathing. Climate change has raised the sea level, which leads to the contamination of salinity via the intrusion of saline water into the groundwater, which not only contaminates the drinking water but also contaminates the soil, which makes the ground uncultivable. There is around 30% or more cultivable land in the country in the coastal region. The coastal region of Bangladesh is only 1m to 3m above the mean sea level . Salinity is not only a problem for drinking purposes but also a problem for other domestic, household, and irrigation purposes. The crops which are intolerant to saline water cannot be well-generated in this region. It affects the livelihood operation of people, as salinity reduces soil fertility and creates a shortage of fresh drinking water. Due to the hydrogeological location of Bangladesh, it is vulnerable to the hazard of storm surges and tidal flood that causes more salinity.