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HINDUSTAN UNIVERSITY GREEN-YUVATHARANG ( HUGY )

ORGANISATION: MAILING ADDRESS: CEO/COO: PHONE CONTACT: E-MAIL CONTACT: PERSON SUBMITTING ENTRY: DESIGNATION: PHONE CONTACT: E-MAIL CONTACT: OFFICER YOU DIRECTLY REPORT TO: SPECIFIC UNIT OF INSTITUTION BEING NOMINATED FOR AWARDS: HIGHEST LEVEL OF EDUCATION IMPARTED: SCALE OF OPERATION: NUMBER OF STUDENTS ENROLLED IN DAY-CLASSES: NUMBER OF STUDENTS IN HOSTEL: UNIT (FOR EVALUATION PURPOSES) TOTAL STUDENT-UNITS APPLICABLE TO YOUR INSTITUTION IN 2011-2012 = * TURNOVER OF 2011-2012: 5,200 students (Total Student Strength) 983 students = 4.0 FOR EVERY BOARDER = 1.0 FOR EVERY DAY-SCHOLAR 983 students * 4 = 3,932 Units 4,317 stuents * 1 = 4,317 Units RS. 72 Cr.

HINDUSTAN UNIVERSITY Post Box No:01, Old Mahabalipuram Road, Padur, Kelambakkam, Chennai 603103 Dr. Mrs. Elizabeth Verghese, Chancellor 044-2747 4262/ 395 registrar@hindustanuniv.ac.in Mr. Ashok Verghese Director 044-2747 4262/ 395 director@hindustanuniv.ac.in The Chancellor Hindustan University M. Phil., M. S. (By Research) & Ph.D.

HINDUSTAN UNIVERSITY GREENYUVATHARANG ( HUGY )


* ORGANISATION WORK-FORCE (FULLTIME ON ROLLS) * NUMBER OF WORKERS ON GROUNDS KEEPING / HORTICULTURE DUTY * NUMBER OF WORKERS ON OTHER ENVIRONMENT RELATED DUTIES

839 30 30

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1,150 kgs/per annum 2.1 Vermi-Compost, Organic Fertilizer


* LIST MAJOR FERTILISERS / PESTICIDES USED AND AMOUNT USED PER ANNUM (SPECIFY)

Utilizer, Farmyard Manure

- 80%

2.2 Urea, DAP, Potassium, NPK - 20% 3.Gypsum 4.Neem Powder, Endosulphone, Fungicide, Fytlone YES Dean (Environmental Sciences) YES Being a university it offers M.Tech. programme in Environmental Engineering Powder, Mono Prophos, BAM

* IS THERE A FULL TIME ENVIRONMENT OFFICER? * WHO DOES SHE/HE REPORT TO? * IS THERE A DEDICATED ENVIRONMENT DEPT/ DIVISION?

*IS THE ORGANISATION PART OF A REGULAR ENVIRONMENTAL CERTIFICATION PROGRAMME?

which itself is more than a certification programme. Also, University offers 10 subjects pertaining to Environment Programme at the UG level.

IF YES, PLEASE SPECIFY THE PROGRAMME:

M.Tech (Environment Engineering)

LATEST CERTIFICATION IS DATED:

UG Since 1985 onwards to till date.

ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION: * NUMBER OF TEACHERS IMPARTING EDUCATION IN AREAS OF NATURE / ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES (FULL-TIME ON SUBJECT) 10 (TEN) Faculty Members.

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* ENVIRONMENT-RELATED SUBJECTS TAUGHT & TO STUDENTS OF LEVEL / CLASS? (a) Climatology (II year) (b) Building Services - I (Water Supply and Sanitation Engg.) (c) Environmental Science and Engineering. (II year) (d) Waste Management and Recycling (III year) (e) Energy Efficient Architecture (III year) (f) Sustainable Planning and Architecture (V year) B.Arch B.Arch B.Arch B.Arch B.Arch B.Arch All branches B.E Civil B.E Civil B.E Civil M.Tech M.Tech M.Tech M.Tech M.Tech

(g) Environmental Engineering (II year)


(h) Industrial waste treatment and disposal (IV year) (i) Municipal Solid Waste Management (IV year) (j) Environmental Engineering Lab (III year) (k) Environmental chemistry (l) Environmental Microbiology

(m) Air Pollution and Control


(n) Collection and Conveyance of Waste water (o) Environmental Laws and Legislation

(p) Environmental Lab (chemistry and Microbiology) M.Tech * ENVIRONMENT-RELATED PROJECTS STUDENTS WERE INVOLVED IN DURING ACADEMIC YEAR 2011-2012 (200 WORDS): B.E Level (a) Performance evaluation of sewage treatment plant (b) Design and analysis of biogas plant using kitchen waste of Hindustan University

(c) Dispersion of combined SO2 emission from North Chennai and Ennore Thermal
Power Station (d) Ambling air quality studies in Chennai city (e) Noise level studies in super auto free industry at Kolapakkam (f) Studies in Industrial Waste Water in super auto free industry at Kolapakkam Ph.D. Level

(g) Performance Evaluation of ISCST-3 Model in north Chennai Costal Environment


in Predicting SO2

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* CONTESTS HELD IN-HOUSE FOR YOUR STUDENTS IN ENVIRONMENTRELATED PROJECTS : YES Creative Model Contest as part of SHRISTI Symposium Hindustan Environment Day 2012 An in-house article writing competition was organization for both staff and students. Hindustan Environment Day 2012 - A National Seminar on Water Conservation was organized.

Organised slogan writing competition towards green earth (Annexure I ; Ref. Page No.: 26)

* AWARDS FROM OUTSIDE YOUR INSTITUTION WON BY YOUR STUDENTS IN ENVIRONMENT-RELATED CONTESTS : (a) Participation in IGBC DQIM Green Building Competition by the students of School of Architecture annually. (b) First prize in documentary film competition conducted as part of Global Warming and Awareness about renewable energy.

SEWAGE DISPOSAL: * WHERE IS THE INSTITUTIONS SEWAGE RELEASED? The sewage is released into Sewage Treatment Plant having a capacity of 150 KLD which is located within the campus. PLEASE LIST THE MAIN EQUIPMENT USED TO HANDLE AND TREAT SEWAGE, IF ANY: Surface Aerator Clarifier Racking Mechanism Sludge Recycling Pump Pressure Sand Filter Excess Sludge Pumps Activated Carbon Filter Lifting Pump Reuse / Recycle Pumps 2 nos 1 no 1 no 1 no 2 nos 1 no 2 nos 2 nos

* WHAT % OF WATER IS RECLAIMED FOR RECYCLING FROM DISPOSABLE SEWAGE? 100%

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* WHAT IS THIS RECLAIMED WATER USED FOR? For gardening across campus. For landscape in the campus. Washing of University Vehicles (Bus, Jeep, Cars etc.). Flushing of Toilets.

SOLID WASTE DISPOSAL: * WHAT ARE YOUR MAIN NON-KITCHEN / NON-TOILET SOLID WASTES GENERATED? Papers, Plastics, Water bottles, Cans and Garden Waste * IS ALL YOUR WASTE SEGREGATED RECYCLABLE CATEGORIES? YES % BIO-DEGRADABLE = 80% % RECYCLABLE = 20% INTO BIO-DEGRADABLE AND

*WHAT IS BEING DONE WITH ALL YOUR BIO-DEGRADABLE WASTE?

All Bio-degradable waste is combined with treatment plant sludge and is used as natural fertilizers in the gardening purposes. The excess quantity is distributed to the nearby villages.

Plastic material usage was banned in the campus since last 10 years.

* WHAT IS BEING DONE WITH YOUR RECYCLABLE WASTE? All the metal items, canes, waste metal pieces from workshop are put in the scrap and are being sold. All the paper items are put in the waste paper bin and are being sold. The plastic bottles are reused in the laboratories and the rest sold to the recyclers. In addition to the above, all the waste and discarded computer systems, electronic items, networking components etc have been sold to authorized e-waste recycling firms. These firms are authorized by Pollution Control Board of India (PCBI).

SOLID WASTE DISPOSAL (CONTD)

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* WHAT % OF YOUR BIO-DEGRADABLE SOLID WASTE IS BEING RECYCLED IN-HOUSE AND HOW? 100% all bio-degradable waste is combined with treatment plant sludge and is used as natural fertilizers in the gardening purposes. The excess quantity is distributed to the nearby villages. The garden wastes are used for animal feeding in the nearby villages. The kitchen waste and hostel mess waste are being taken to Kelambakkam for using the same as to feed for livestock. * WHAT % OF YOUR RECYCLABLE SOLID WASTE IS BEING RECYCLED IN-HOUSE AND HOW? 95% of non- recyclable materials like papers etc as sold outside. Remaining 5% of non recyclable materials like plastic bottles, canes and metal pieces from workshop are discarded as scrap and sold outside.

* WHAT IS BEING DONE BY OUTSIDE RECYCLERS WITH YOUR MAIN SOLID WASTE? Sold for final recycling * WHAT ASSISTANCE / TRAINING ARE YOU GIVING THESE RECYCLERS? We follow the below mentioned procedure while imparting training to the recyclers : Train to 1. Ensure segregation of solid waste when utilizing the sorting table. 2. Ensure all solid waste is separated and placed into the appropriate collection bins. 3. Ensure all recyclable materials are separated. 4. Ensure applicable PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) is worn at appropriate times. 5. Ensure to place recyclable material in the proper containers. 6. Ensure surrounding area is cleaned after job is performed. 7. Ensure trash containers are in good condition. 8. Ensure to inspect all trash collection areas daily. 9. Ensure waste containers are stored at a distance of a minimum of 50 feet from occupied buildings to reduce fire hazards and pest infestation / disease carrying vector problems.

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ENERGY CONSUMPTION LEVELS:


* TOTAL ENERGY CONSUMED : 890KVA

CERTIFIED Yes

* ENERGY COMPONENT FROM PUBLIC-SECTOR GRID (%) * SELF GENERATED ENERGY COMPONENT FROM OWN WIND TURBINES (%)

: 69.99% : 0.01%

Yes

Wind turbines has been installed to pump water from the well within the campus * SELF GENERATED ENERGY COMPONENT FROM FOSSIL FUELS (%) * SELF GENERATED ENERGY COMPONENT FROM OWN SOLAR-PANELS (%) * SELF GENERATED ENERGY COMPONENT FROM NATURAL GAS (%) * SELF GENERATED ENERGY COMPONENT FROM OWN HYDRO-UNIT (%) * SELF GENERATED ENERGY COMPONENT FROM CO-GENERATION (%)

Yes

: 20%

Yes

: 10%

Yes

: NIL

: NIL

: NIL

AFFORESTATION INITIATIVES:
NUMBER PLANTED WITHIN 12 MONTHS PRECEDING 31/03/12 250 OF THESE, NUMBER SURVIVING AS ON 30/09/12 226

TREES PLANTED

1) WITHIN OWN PREMISES:

2) WITHIN 50 KM FROM OWN PREMISES: 3) ELSEWHERE (PLEASE SPECIFY LOCATION) *

1200

1052

100

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WHAT ARE THE MAIN SPECIES PLANTED BY YOU IN YOUR AFFORESTATION PROGRAMMES?.

Ficus Bengalensis Pongamia Pinnata Sterculea Foctida Motinda Tinctoria Samanea Sanan Azardirastra Indiaca Mangifera Indica Polyalthia Longifolia Ficus Racemosa Ficus Elastica

( Banyan) (Pungam) (Jungali Badam) (Nuna) (Rain Tree) (Neem) (Mango) (False Ashoka Nettulingan) (Common Figathi) (Indian Rubber)

PellopuhorunPterocarpun (Copper POD) Oxydoxa Regea Ceiba Pentadra Cordia Monoica Mimusops Elengi (Magizhan) (Bottle Palm) (White Silk Cotton)

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Note for Row # 3 : Our NSS organised the special camp at Kunappatu village near

Thiruporur from 20th feb to 26th Feb 2012. During the camp we organised the Tree plantation programme in the adopted village on 23rd Feb, 2012. 100 saplings were planted in the village with the help of NSS volunteers.

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WHAT INCENTIVES / ASSISTANCE / TRAINING ARE YOU OFFERING YOUR STUDENTS AND / OR PEOPLE OF THE COMMUNITY AROUND YOU TO PLANT TREES? (400 WORDS) (a) Our College NSS unit conducts Tree plantation Programme in and around the villages located near to the college campus (b) Our NSS Volunteers as part of routine project went to nearby villages and educated public on how to prepare the soil and where to collect saplings and various other species available. Also, trained on how to plant there on the soil base prepared. (c) Importance of guarding to protect from animals and the functioning of trees in absorbing Carbon Dioxide (CO2.) and releasing Oxygen (O2). (d) They organized go-green awareness programme for the village people through Drama, Dance & Villutpatti etc. (e) Our Volunteers involved in Coastal cleanup programme in association with Green Environment in the coastal area near Mutukadu. (f) Our volunteers cleaned up the Government Higher School located at Puzhuthivakkam and gave an awareness talk on How to make the school campus green and clean. (g) Protecting the environment by keeping earth planted with plants / saplings in the green campus. (h) Conducted campus cleaning and beautification program (i) Conducted Campus Cleaning Day with a group of 300 students. (j) Took oath towards environmental protection. (k) Created awareness among students and nearby villages (l) Organised slogan writing competition towards green earth (Annexure I ; Ref. Page No.: 26) (m) Organised seminars on environmental protection (n) Conducted campaigns against plastic (o) Cleaned the road and created awareness among the shop keepers to plant trees and reduce the usage plastic in the region of Padur. (Annexure : III ; Ref. Page No. - 28 ) (p) We encourage our students to participate to do project works on various green campaigns. Listed below are the works : a. Community Cleaning and Planting Awareness Campaign. (Annexure : III ; Ref. Page No. - 29 ) b. Skit / Plays on-campus and in & around campus. (Annexure : IV ; Ref. Page No. - 30 ) c. Awareness Campaigns (Annexure : VI ; Ref. Page No. - 32 )

d. Planting (Afforestation) Campaign (Annexure : IV ; Ref. Page No. 35 )

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WATER-RELATED INITIATIVES:
* CONSUMPTION OF WATER / UNIT: * PERCENTAGE RECYCLED

2010-11 : 175 cubic meter / per day 2011-12 : 190 cubic meter / per day 2010-11 : 100% 2011-12 : 100%

* RECYCLED WATER USED FOR:

(i) All the Gardening and Landscape areas (ii) Washing of College Vehicles (Bus , Jeep, Car etc.,)

* ACTION TAKEN IN 12 MONTHS ENDING 31/09/12 TO REDUCE CONSUMPTION OF WATER (200 WORDS)

Installation of sprinkler for irrigation system for gardening purpose. Treated waste water is being for gardening, toilet flushing, campus cleaning, thereby reducing the water consumption to the extent of 150 cc per day.

STEPS TO BE IN PLACE BY 31/03/13 TO REDUCE CONSUMPTION OF WATER (200 WORDS)

(a) Arresting leakages in the taps. (b) The other alternative is to replace the existing taps by push and release type of system is being considered.
* RAINWATER HARVESTING BEING DONE (IN THOUSAND CUBICMETRES) :

0.66 thousand Cubic meter

HOW AND WHERE IS RAINWATER HARVESTING BEING DONE? (200 WORDS)

Our College campus is consisting of soil strata of clay up to 2 feet, lime 2-6 feet, hard strata below 6 feet. This condition is not suitable for rainwater harvesting by recharging to the ground. Also the high minerals of sandy soil will increase the hardness level and PH of water. As rainwater is purest source of water, we are collecting it from all the roof tops and open area and directly connected to the nearby open wells.

AWARENESS BUILDING:

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* HOW IS YOUR ORGANISATION SPREADING ENVIRONMENTAL AWARENESS AMONG ITS STUDENTS? (400 WORDS) 1. Apart from different subjects related to Environmental Engineering and sustainable development, Workshops, Seminars and symposium are conducted on issues related to sustainable water management, reuse and recycle of trusted effective etc. 2. Hindustan Environment day and World Environment day are organized in which students actively participate by displaying environment related models.

3. Guest lectures are arranged and experts from industries, consultancy


organizations and pollution control Boards are coming and delivering lectured on topics of current environmental issues. 4. Industrial Visits are arranged for students to see water and wastewater Treatment Plants. 5. Students are encouraged to do projects in industries so that students will be exposed to environmental problems of the industries.

6. Posters in Classrooms.

7. Video Presentations

8. Street Plays / Skit Plays

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* HOW IS YOUR ORGANISATION SPREADING AWARENESS OF ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES AND IMPORTANCE OF OUR NATURAL HERITAGE TO THE COMMUNITY WHERE YOUR INSTITUTION EXISTS? (400 WORDS) (a) Our College NSS unit conducts Tree plantation Programme in and around the villages located near to the college campus (b) Our NSS Volunteers as part of routine project went to nearby villages and educated public on how to prepare the soil and where to collect saplings and various other species available. Also, trained on how to plant there on the soil base prepared. (c) Importance of guarding to protect from animals and the functioning of trees in absorbing Carbon Dioxide (CO2.) and releasing Oxygen (O2). (d) They organized go-green awareness programme for the village people through Drama, Dance & Villutpatti etc. (e) Our Volunteers involved in Coastal cleanup programme in association with Green Environment in the coastal area near Mutukadu. (f) Our volunteers cleaned up the Government Higher School located at Puzhuthivakkam and gave an awareness talk on How to make the school campus green and clean. (g) Protecting the environment by keeping earth planted with plants / trees in the green campus. (h) Conducted campus cleaning and beautification program (i) Conducted Campus Cleaning Day 300 students participated (j) Took oath towards environmental protection. (k) Created awareness among students and nearby villages (l) Organised slogan writing competition towards green earth (m) Organised seminars on environmental protection (n) Conducted campaigns against plastic (o) Cleaned the road and created awareness among the shop keepers to plant trees and reduce the usage plastic in the region of Padur. (Annexure : III ; Ref. Page No. - 28 ) (p) We encourage our students to participate to do project works on various green campaigns. Listed below are the works : a. Community Cleaning and Planting Awareness Campaign. (Annexure : III ; Ref. Page No. - 29 ) b. Skit / Plays on-campus and in & around campus. (Annexure : IV ; Ref. Page No. - 30 ) c. Awareness Campaigns (Annexure : VI ; Ref. Page No. - 32 )

d. Planting (Afforestation) Campaign (Annexure : IV ; Ref. Page No. - 35 )

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ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH INITIATIVE:

IS YOUR ORGANISATION DIRECTLY INVOLVED IN OR SUPPORTING THROUGH FINANCES/PERSONNEL, ANY PROJECT TO PROMOTE EITHER:
IN-HOUSE ENERGY CONSERVATION RESEARCH OUTSOURCED No Yes

IN-HOUSE ALTERNATE ENERGY SOURCES OUTSOURCED

Yes

No

IF YES TO ANY OF THE ABOVE, PLEASE SPECIFY INITIATIVE(S) TAKEN WITHIN 12 MONTHS TILL 30/09/12 AND RESULTS IF ANY (500 WORDS)

Our centre for Clean Energy and Nano-convergence is engaged in alternative energy research. The objective of project is to harness the most viable renewable energy available on earth, the SUN. Currently the research group is working on efficient photovoltaic materials using economical raw materials in collaboration with QSRC, Dongguk University, South Korea. Outcomes of the project: Fabrication of thin film solar cells based on cost effective metal oxide materials Environmental friendly metal oxide materials are synthesis and analysed Optimization of Synthesis condition of the solar cells materials An environmental friendly green route synthesis is proposed an initiative to synthesis nano-materials using non-hazardous chemicals Dopant effects were analyzed in order to improve its energy conversion efficiency

Solid/liquid Waste Management or Alternative energy research: Solid waste management work is in progress in conjunction with an NGO, Chennai. The plan is to generate energy from edible waste materials from the campus as well as from Padur community. Food waste from the canteen and our hostels are being collected and segregated for bio-gas generation.

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NAME YOUR TOP TWO INNOVATIONS IN POLLUTION CONTROL DEVELOPED IN-HOUSE, DATES THEY WERE PUT IN USE AND RESULTS:

The results of the work are accepted by international research community:

TMS2013,San Antonio, Texas- The Mineral, Metals & Materials Society (TMS) Third International Conference on Multifunctional, Hybrid and Nanomaterials (Hybrid Materials 2013)

ADVOCACY / NURTURING ACTIVITY: ARE YOU ADVOCATING/TRANSFERRING TECHNOLOGY TO YOUR COMMUNITY IN AREAS OF * RAINWATER HARVESTING
Yes

* ALTERNATIVE ENERGY GENERATION

Yes

* SOLID/LIQUID WASTE MANAGEMENT

Yes

* AFFORESTATION

Yes

* ANY OTHER SUSTAINABLE LIFESTYLES

Yes

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IF YES TO ANY OF THE ABOVE, PLEASE SPECIFY ACTION TAKEN WITHIN 12 MONTHS ENDING 30/09/12 (500 WORDS) Tree Walk is conducted by School of Architecture every semester One seminar giving emphasis to landscape and Environment (Prakriti) Eco home workshop has been conducted for final year B. Arch students. Disposal Systems. Awareness of Green Revolution. Green Classrooms. Addressing Global Warming. More and more detailed programming need to be charted out for eco-friendliness. Committed Workforce. Streaming of Green Programming through digital live classroom window. Creating green campus clusters. Yearly award functions on various achievements of the green cluster group. Categorization of trees into group (displaying the botanical names) for awareness. Awareness campaign NIZHAL NGO inside the campus. We have been doing go green campaigns through our in-house group called YUVTHARANG for spreading green and clean environment in & around campus.

Awareness Programme on spreading Go Green conducted and invited:

Department of Mechanical Engineering organized an International Conference on Recent Trends in Renewable Energy Systems during 18th& 19th March 2011 to explore the ways of Go Green.The key resource person were Dr Robert Franke, Intl. Relations officer, Solar Valley, Mitteldeutschland, Germany, Shri. C.V. subramaniam, Former secretary MNRE, Govt. of India and Mr.S. Ramalingam, National President, ENFUSE. Department of Mechanical Engineering along with ENFUSE, Chennai organized a one day seminar on Solar India 2011 on 19th December 2011. Energy & fuel users Association of India, Chennai conducted the Awareness Programme for our students in our Institution on 20th January 2012 at 10.30 a.m. to 12.00 noon. The students from from third and final year Electrical and Mechanical Departments attended the programme. Energy & fuel users Association of India, Chennai conducted a Drivers Clinic for the benefit of the drivers of our institution with the view to conserving valuable fuel in order to reduce your costs incurred on transportation between 10.30 to 12.00 noon.on 20th January 2012. Dr.Mrs.HyacinthJ.Kennady, Professor, Mechanical Department was invited to be a panel member and discussed on Post Grid Energy,Design Public Conclave, Conversation, Collabaration, Partership Fourth Edition:Challenge Track Innovation Workshops, Coomaraswamy Hall at CSVMS ( formerly the prince of wales Museum ),Mumbai Dr.Mrs.HyacinthJ.Kennady, Professor, Mechanical Department was invited and shared Experiences on working with Solar Energy on the Conference on IMPLEMENTING SOLAR POWER PROJECTS IN TAMILNADU at Breeze Residency, Trichy on 8thDecember 2012.

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STUDENTS PROJECT ON SOLAR ENERGY PUBLISHED IN JOURNALS / CONFERENCES:

DrMrs Hyacinth J. Kennedy &Poonam S. Pardeshi TECHNO-ECONOMICS OF SOLAR PVT ROOF TOP SYSTEM FOR SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE AND RURAL DEVELOPMENT Journal of Business Management Volume 4, Number 2, July December 2012 issue, (ISSN: 0975 1858), International Science Press. DrMrs Hyacinth J. Kennedy &Manikandaan"A Comparative Analysis of ConventionalBuilding vs. Proposed Green Building by Energy Modeling" International Journal of Mechanical Engineering and Materials Sciences, Dec 2012. DrMrs Hyacinth J. Kennedy &Poonam S. Pardeshi TECHNO-ECONOMICS OF SOLAR PVT ROOF TOP SYSTEM FOR SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE AND RURAL DEVELOPMENT International Conference on Economics, Business nd rd and Management, , 22 23 December 2012, organized by Serials Publications, New Delhi, Hyacinth J. Kennady,Prasanth.N, &Riji Mathew, Experimental study on a low cost Agricultural Dryer for rural development International Journal of Power Engineering, Vol.2, No.1, June 2010, ISSN:0975-380X, pp.23-31. Hyacinth J. Kennady&Viswanathkanneganti, Performance comparison of building orientation and BIPV mounting configuration towards NZEB at an International conference in Recent Trends in Renewable Energy Systems 11 , Hindustan Institute of Technology & Science, during March17th& 18th 2011. Hyacinth J. Kennady, Lionel Beneston&KalaiSelvanConcentrated solar power for Air Conditioning and waste water evaporation at an International conference in Recent Trends in Renewable Energy Systems 11 , Hindustan Institute of Technology & Science, during March 17th& 18th 2011. Hyacinth J. Kennady,Lionel Beneston&KaliaSelvanDesign of components for solar waste water evaporation at a national conference on Emerging trends in Energy Engineering , Sri ram engineering college , Chennai during 23 rd& 24th FEB-2011. Hyacinth J. Kennady,Manimaran, Bharathiselvan, Reduction in the emission of co2 in vapor absorption machine using concentrated solar power at a national conference on Emerging trends in Energy Engineering , Sri ram engineering college , Chennai during 23rd& 24th FEB-2011. Hyacinth J. Kennady&Viswanathkanneganti, Thermal performance of Net zero energy building in various orientations at a national conference on Emerging trends in energy engineering , Sri ram engineering college , Chennai during 23 rd& 24th FEB-2011. Hyacinth J. Kennady&Gounipallimohan, Optimisation of a zero energy solar home using GA at a National conference on Optimising Techniques NCOT10 at 3rd March 10, Coimbatore Hyacinth J. Kennady& Lionel Beneston, Kaliavanan, C.Ashwin ,V.Manimaran , Design of roof mounted solar chimney for multipurpose applications at a National conference on ETME10 at SACET, Trichy.

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Hyacinth J. Kennady&Prasanth, Eco-friendly dryer for green future at a National conference FLAME10 ,BharathNketan college, Theni, during 6 th March 2010. Hyacinth J. Kennady&Gounipallimohan, Optimization technique for design of NZESH at a National conference on RAIME10 at 26th& 27th March10, National engg. College, Tirunelveli. Hyacinth J. Kennady&S.Vijay, Prediction of day lighting availability in buildings at a national conference on GTMTS10, SIT, Virudhunagar during 23rd&24th April10.

STUDENTS ACHIEVEMENTS

Mr. Vipin (Roll No. 1130006) M.Tech. (Thermal Engineering), Mr. AdarshS.Nair (Roll No. 1130009) M.Tech. (Thermal Engineering), Mr. Siva Prasath . V (Roll No. 0908027) Mr. Tharunchandra Reddy. T (Roll No. 0908064) . Mr. Vigneshwar.C.R (Roll No. 0908112) Mr. Thomas Alexander (Roll No. 0908085) . Mr. Venkatesh Ravi. P (Roll No. 0908095). Mr. Vishnu Sravan. K (Roll No. 0908028) Mr. Paranjothi.M (Roll No. 0908228) . Mr. Rajkumar (Roll No. 0908023) Ms. KogilvaniThanigasalm (Roll No. 0908229) Ms. Esther Mary (Roll No. 0908236) B.Tech. (Mechanical Engineering) have actively attended Indias Largest Conference plus Hands on Renewable Energy Training Reaction 2012(Worlds First Action Oriented Renewable Energy Meet) during July 26th -28th2012 at Chennai Trade Centre accompanied by Dr.Mrs.HyacinthJ.Kenandy, Professor, Mr.P.Baskar, Aso. Prof., Mr.S.M. Mohammed Shafee, Asso. Prof., Mechanical Engineering. B.Tech. students attended International Conference and Expo on Renewable Energy on 12th &13th March 2012 held at Chennai Trade Centre, Nandambakkam, Chennai accompanied by Dr.Mrs.HyacinthJ.Kennady, Professor, Mechanical Department. B.Tech. students attendedWind Power India 2012- Power Forever, Exhibition, on 30.11.2012 held at Chennai Trade Centre, Chennai accompanied by Dr.Mrs.HyacinthJ.Kennady, Professor, Mechanical Department.

PLANNED FOR 2013

ENFUSE will conduct awareness programmes under the caption Oil & Gas Conservation Fortnight 2013 (OGCF 2013) and will conduct a Drivers Clinic for the benefit of the drivers of our institution with the view to conserving valuable fuel on 22nd January 2013 in our University. Planning to install solar-wind powered street lights at our campus. Planned to install a 100 KW Solar Power System for the University.

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ANY OTHER INITIATIVE TAKEN BY YOUR ORGANISATION IN GOOD GREEN GOVERNANCE THAT YOU WOULD LIKE TO SHARE WITH US? (500 WORDS)

Centre for clean Energy and nanoconvergence is also working on metal oxide nanoparticle based Eco-friendly green catalyst for photodegradation of organic pollutants under visible light. Water pollution is mainly caused by non-degradable organic pollutants from Industries. Currently, photocatalysts based on inorganic semiconductor nanoparticles show significant potential for degradation applications. Wide spread synthesis protocols used for nano particles production often require use of harsh organic solvents/surfactants and strong reducing agents, which typically generate large quantities of hazardous reagents. Here,
Green and cost effective synthesis procedure of nanoparticles is suggested Environmentally friendly green synthesis of photocatalyst using edible waste is developed Enhancement in photo degradation efficiency of semiconductor photocatalyst synthesized via green route is reported

The results of the work are accepted by international research community:

TMS2013,San Antonio, Texas- The Mineral, Metals & Materials Society(TMS

Third International Conference on Multifunctional, Hybrid and Nanomaterials (Hybrid Materials 2013)

YOUR COMMENTS/SUGGESTIONS ON OUR EVALUATION SYSTEM (NO SCORE FOR THIS SECTION, THIS WILL HELP US NEXT YEAR)

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ANNEXURE : I
Source : Page No. 3 ; 14 & 16 Section Title : Environmental Education In-house Slogan Writing Competition towards green earth

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ANNEXURE : II
Source : Page No. - 10 Section Title : Energy Consumption 1.5kW Micro Wind Turbine had been installed on the roof top of Founders block during January 2012 as a means of energy conservation.

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ANNEXURE : III
Source : Page No. - 14 & 16 Section Title : Awareness Building Community Development and Awareness Programme, Padur

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ANNEXURE : IV
Source : Page No. - 14 & 16 Section Title : Awareness Building Students Performing Skit and Play on-campus and in & around campus (Padur) on go-green awareness programme.

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ANNEXURE : IV
Source : Page No. - 14 & 16 Section Title : Awareness Building Awareness Programme

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ANNEXURE : V
Contd

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ANNEXURE : VI
Source : Page No. - 14 & 16 Section Title : Awareness Building Campus Cleaning Day

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ANNEXURE : VI
Contd

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ANNEXURE : VII
Contd

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ANNEXURE : VIII
Source : Page No. - 14 & 16 Section Title : Awareness Bulding Go Green Students performing planting campaign in & around campus.

ANNEXURE : VII [28]

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ANNEXURE : VIII
Source : Page No. - 10 Section Title : : Energy Consumption

Publishers Date Page

: The Hindu - Habitat : 5.1.13 :6

Description :
New library block Central air conditioning system will have micro processor based total BMS system and sensor controlled Lighting / motion detector to achieve reduction of Energy Consumption. Double glazed windows and proposed roof top garden will reduce heat gain further. This marvel eco-friendly building called Dr.KCG Verghese Foundation for Research (Founders Block) has won its architects Excellence in Built Design from the Indian Building Congress to be presented to them later this month (January, 2013) for the year 2012.

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