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Green Audit is a process of systematic identification, quantification, recording, reporting and analysis of components of environmental diversity of various establishments. It aims to analyse environmental practices within and outside of the concerned sites, which will have an impact on the eco-friendly ambience. Green audit can be a useful tool for an educational organisation to determine how and where they are using the most energy or water or resources; the college can then consider how to implement changes and make savings. It can also be used to determine the type and volume of waste, which can be used for a recycling project or to improve waste minimization plan. It can create health consciousness and promote environmental awareness, values and ethics. It provides staff and students better understanding of green impact on campus. If self-enquiry is a natural and necessary outgrowth of a quality education, it could also be stated that institutional self-enquiry is a natural and necessary outgrowth of a quality educational institution.

Thus, it is imperative that the college evaluate its own contributions toward a sustainable future. As environmental sustainability is becoming an increasingly important issue for the nation, the role of higher educational institutions in relation to environmental sustainability is more prevalent. Green Audit is a step-by-step reviewing process that helps in the systematic identification, quantification, analysis, and reporting of the critical aspects that matter in the environmental assessment of a site. It analyses and determines the ideal environmental practices inside the concerned sites. In short, it is impactful for developing an eco-friendly ambiance.

The rapid urbanization and economic development at local, regional and global level has led to several environmental and ecological crises. On this background it becomes essential to adopt the system of the Green Campus for the institutes which will lead for sustainable development and at the same time reduce a sizable amount of atmospheric carbon-di-oxide from the environment. The National Assessment and Accreditation Council, New Delhi (NAAC) has made it mandatory that all Higher Educational Institutions should submit an annual Green Audit Report. Moreover, it is part of Corporate Social Responsibility of the Higher Educational Institutions to ensure that they contribute towards the reduction of global warming through Carbon Footprint reduction measures.

In recent time, the Green Audit of an institution has been becoming a paramount important for self-assessment of the institution which reflects the role of the institution in mitigating the present environmental problems. Many institutions undertake lot of good measures to resolve these problems but are not documented due to lack of green documentation awareness. All these non-scholastic efforts of the administrations play an important role in ensuring the green quotient of the campus is intact. Therefore, the purpose of the present green audit is to identify, quantify, describe and prioritize framework of Environment Sustainability in compliance with the applicable regulations, policies and standards.

Main Objective of NAAC Green Audit :

· Geographical Location
· Floral and Faunal diversity
· Meteorological parameter
· Energy Consumptions
· Waste disposal system
· Ambient Environmental Condition
· Awareness & Training on Sustainability for Students

At CDG, We audit all the sustainable metrics as per the requirement of National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) and provide comprehensive reporting on the green quotient of the campus and provide strategic roadmap to institutions to further ensure that their green legacy is intact.

Our Accreditation

CDG is the first inspection agency in India accredited (ISO 17020 accredited by ILAC channel) for ‘Green Audit’.