Water scarcity is expected to become an even more important problem than it is today. Water use has been growing at more than twice the rate of population increase in the last century, and, although there is no global water scarcity as such, an increasing number of regions are chronically facing shortage of water. The present investigation is an attempt to analyse the impact of climate change on water resources and its correlation with drinking water quality in Kamrup district, Assam, India. Water quality parameters with respect to Temperature, pH, Dissolved Oxygen, Nitrate, Sulphate, Total coliform and fecal coliform were studied to establish the probable impact of climate change with the studied parameters. Data have been statistically presented to determine the distribution pattern, localization of data and other related information.