Green Audit for NAAC Accreditation

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The National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) is a government organization in India that assesses and accredits Higher Education Institutions. Additionally, NAAC accreditation evaluates the institution’s excellence in teaching, learning, research, facilities, and education, among other areas

All higher learning institutions, notably public universities, are required to be accredited by NAAC. Institutions lacking NAAC certification are ineligible for financial aid, RUSA grants, UGC funds, or other forms of support.

NAAC criterion 7 (Institutional Values and Best Practices) mandates a green audit to maintain and enhance environmental conditions on and around the campus. Therefore, a green audit becomes crucial for universities or educational institutions to determine the best grades from the NAAC.

The green audit evaluates carbon footprint of an institute and provides recommendations for reducing it through resource conservation, effective resource utilization, and environmental awareness.

For guidance on green audit, institutions may consider reaching out to Enviraj Consulting, an environmental consulting firm dedicated to assisting institutions in achieving their environmental and sustainability goals while complying with NAAC standards.

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Institutes/Universities Audited: LNIPE, MITS, Amity University and more.