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SCCN Campus Landscape Framework

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The campus is not a just a visually aesthetic space. It is a vital part of the life of a campus, providing space for study, play and positivity. It is the crucible where the minds of the youth are moulded.

SCCN Single-Use Plastic Free Campus Guidelines

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Plastics are clearly the manifestation of human intervention in our planetary system, leading to catastrophe. United Nations Environment report in 2018 stated that there will be more plastic in the ocean than fish by 2050, if we don’t change. It’s time that we stop plastic entering into the veins of our planet.

SCCN Water Guidelines

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Water is a foundation and necessity for the life on Earth. The water crisis arises from the fact that water availability on the planet is finite. Life on Earth emerged from salt waters of the oceans, but to maintain that life, freshwater is essential.

Campus Sustainability Report of MIT Group of Institutions

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We are living in the age of rapid and intense transformation. The buzz words are Artificial Intelligence, Internet of Things (IoT), Cloud platforms and Big Data. These words are now getting transformed into actions and it is expected that the world of millennial learners will move to Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) of United Nations. Amidst this, the educational institutes have no option but to adapt and transform. They have to ensure that the campuses are becoming ‘Smart’. 

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Air Quality Service

Today : 30-03-2020

AQI
70

Satisfactory

Leading Pollutant : PM 2.5

Pollutant

Value

Description

PM 10 50
Good
PM 2.5 70
Satisfactory

Health Advisory: Enjoy the day.

Health Risk: No risk.