On Earth water has too many forms and variety which are necessary specifically for particular geographical as well as environmental surroundings. Below 1% of the world's fresh water (0.007% of all water on earth) is reachable for direct human uses. Water pollutions now become a part of concern and disquiet in country like India. Large parts of water which are life supportive get contaminated because of illegal activities of human beings. Water effluence is a major problem globally. It is the leading worldwide cause of deaths and diseases, and that it accounts for the deaths of more than 14,000 people daily. In addition to the acute problems of different problems in developing countries, industrialized countries continue to struggle with water pollution problems as well. There are many inorganic metals which are contaminating water bodies which serve life to large part of India, Arsenic (As) is one of the biggest threats for water bodies. High toxicity of Arsenic poses a serious risk not only to ecological systems but also for human health. There is availability of sophisticated techniques for arsenic removal from contaminated water, development of new laboratory based techniques along with cost reduction and enhancement of conventional techniques are essential for the benefit of common people. This paper is based on the future aspects, for removal of Arsenic from drinking water or the water of different rivers like Ganga, Gomti and Yamuna etc which humans are consuming for domestic purpose. Demograph estimate that around 52 millions peoples are drinking ground water with arsenic concentrations above the guidelines of World Health Organization. WHO proposed a parameter or MIC for Arsenic i.e. of 10 parts per billion (ppb) or 0.010 Mg/L, it is found that level of Arsenic has been increased vigorously in many rivers. Objective is to apply Bioremediation technique with the help of batch culture that needs Bioremediators to detoxify contaminated water and helps in maintaining the original quality of water.