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Green Initiatives / Practices

The objective of adopting green practice in the campus is to upgrading the environment condition in and around the institute. It is carried out by adopting following practices.


  1. Public Transport:
    Although college has provided bus facility for students, few of our students avail public bus facility provided by Nasik Municipal Corporation
  2. Pedestrian friendly roads
    Pedestrian friendly roads are available in college campus to provide pleasant walking environment in the campus. These are easy to clean and maintain. Dustbins are placed along these pedestrian friendly roads to keep the campus clean.
  3. Green landscaping with trees and plants
    The college is well land scape with trees and plants, Tree plantation an important responsibility is handled with due care by planting good number of trees by Staff members and NSS students every year at and off the campus. By organizing these tree plantation institute contributes to the “Vanamohtsava Drive” of state government. Staff is appointed for taking care of trees and gardens. Institute follows regular practice for the felicitation of invited guest by presenting saplings and books instead of bouquet.
  4. Tree Plantation
    As per the circular of Government of Maharashtra about plantation of 2 crore trees, We Guru Gobind Singh College of Engineering and Research Centre, Nasik is organized Tree Plantation Day program in collaboration with Shree Bharat Co-Op Group Housing Society Ltd, Nasik. We have planted various types of trees in college campus & nearby college campus some of them being Gulmohar, Nilmohar, Chafa, Raktchandan, Mango, Shankasur etc. For tree plantation total 190 all department students, staff members are participated.
  5. Use of renewable energy:
    Institute has installed solar panel to partially meet lighting requirement by solar energy Solar street lights are installed at parking areas.
  6. Water harvesting:
    The institute has implemented rain-water harvesting, which significantly contributed to increasing ground water table and reduce water expenses.
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