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Green Campus

Shiv Nadar University's mammothian 286-acre campus is blessed with diverse flora and fauna. This 'green campus' promises ample area for discussions and intellectual debates. One can find students basking in the sun in between their classes and other activities. The natural beauty of the campus inspires students for all academic, sports and co-curricular pursuits. The bio-diversity park and SNU Lake are a hotspot not just for students and faculty but also for the countless birds which migrate to this part of the country.

Click here to view the Carbon Foot Print report 2021-2022 : SNU CFP Report 2021-2022

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Bio Diversity Park

The fruit conservatory in SNU Botanic Garden provides an opportunity to see most of the fruit plants at one place, the largest collection of plants in NCR. The Fruit Plants Garden, has a total of 65 variety of fruit plants such as Aonla, Amra, Almond, Apple, Apricot, Avocado, Bel, Ber, Banana, Barhal, Chinese Orange, Custard apple, Dragon Fruit, Fig, Grapes, Guava, Jack fruit, Jamun, Rose apple, Jangal Jalebi, Kair Karonda, Khirnee, Lasora, Lemon, Litchi, Kagzi neebu/Lime, Sweet lemon, Mandarin (Kinnow), Orange, Mango (Amrapali and Dasheri), Moringa (Sainjan), Papaya, Passion fruit (purple and red), Pear, Persimmon (Amarphal/Dyospyros kaki), Phalsa, Plum, Pomegranate, Pomelo (Chakotara), Star fruit (Kamrakh), Sapota, Walnut, West Indian Cherry, Wood apple (Kaith), etc. Many of the fruit plants have already started to flower and bear fruits. The University takes pride in its beautiful green campus. The SNU campus is a beautiful space to study, exercise, work and live. Check out the flora and fauna on campus that make it so picturesque.

15 - Native animal species on campus
125 - Native bird species
10,000 - Trees across the campus
150 year old palm tree - Seven years old, the oldest tree planted by students on campus.

Solar Initiative

Total 430 Kwp roof top Solar has been commissioned at three different Location in different time span since Sept 2017.
-> ISC Rooftop:  Capacity 200 Kwp.
B School Rooftop : Capacity 200 Kwp.
Utility 2 Rooftop : Capacity 30 Kwp.
-> The current unit generation per month has stabilized at 40,000 units (average) valued at ₹ 4.35 Lakhs per month or ₹ 0.52 Crores p a.

Sewage Treatment Plant

At SNU, Latest technology Sewage treatment Plants are installed. The sewage water is treated through MBR technology. ( Membrane Bio Reactor). The treated water is also passed through UV reactor before storing it in treated water tank. The following capacity of STP plant is installed at SNU.

STP 500kld: This is modular type plant ( 200+200+100) which is treating water from entire Academic and Hostel Block.

STP 150 KLD: This is modular type plant ( 50+100) which is treating water from campus housing.

Energy Conservation

Currently we are paying approx. Rs 16 Cr. Per annum as electricity. For reduction the cost, we were taking following initiative and the drive is still its ongoing.
-> 33kV sub station installed in Sept 2017. As the power uptime is above 99%, this initiative saves approx. Rs 2.5 Cr per annum from procurement of HSD.
-> Installed Motion sensor in all the toilets in Acad and Hostel.
-> Conversation of conventional CFL/T5 light fixture to LED fixture. Hostel area are almost completed.
-> Battery operated Urinal sensor is converted into electrical operated sensor. Which saves the consumption of Battery.
-> n hostel, solar water heater are installed in selective hostels.
-> Timer/ day light photo sensor is used in external lighting operation.
-> Trial run of BLDC ( Brass Less Direct Current) Ceiling fan is on going. The wattage of this fan is 30W W.R.T 70Watt of conventional fan.

Energy Conservation: Innovation
We installed 3 different make BLDC (Brass Less Direct Current ) ceiling fan at DH2 for performance test. Total 4 fans of similar make are fixed in each row with one row of existing conventional Fan. Single switch is triggered to all 16 fans and each make of fans are separately metered. Last 3 months we tested the performance.