The term ′Green′ means eco-friendly or not damaging the environment. This can be called as ′Global Readiness in Ensuring Ecological Neutrality′ (GREEN). Green Accounting can be defined as ′systematic identification quantification, recording, reporting and analysis of components of ecological diversity and expressing the same in financial or social terms. "Green Auditing", an umbrella term, is known by another name ′Environmental Auditing′. The green audit practically involves energy conservation, use of renewable sources, rain water harvesting, efforts of carbon neutrality, plantation, hazardous waste management and E-waste management.


  • Green building for quality living
  • Know green and think green is promoted on the campus
  • Water conservation and prevention of waterwastage
  • Use of CFL bulbs instead fluorescent bulbs
  • Small generators are substituted with 500 KVA generators to save diesel.
  • Usage of recycled paper bags was promoted among students by displaying boards like ‘Say No to Plastic (Students make paper bags)
  • Reduce – Reuse – Recycle methods are followed
  • Carbon dioxide neutrality is maintained on the campus by developing greenery (100%)
  • Turning of monitors after the work
  • Global warming, bio-diversity and pollution incorporated in the curriculum

The Initiatives taken by the college to make the campus Eco-friendly

  • Energy conservation
  • Use of renewable energy
  • Water harvesting
  • Efforts for carbon neutrality
  • Plantation
  • Hazardous waste management
  • E-waste management