All the campuses of the University designed eco-friendly and landscaped with extensive gardens, Plantation with recycled water. The entire university campuses are maintained as non smoking zone.
The significant initiatives implemented are:
An e-waste management policy and its implementations are coordinated by the Computer Science Department. Between the periods of 2011-2015, two Environment awareness programme conducted and both of these programmes were funded by Ministry of Environment and Forests (MOEF) and one "Renewable energy Resources Mela" was conducted successfully for the Students and teachers from 15 schools in the districts of Chennai, Chengalpattu and Kancheepuram.
|Production|| CFL Lamp, LED lighting have been provided to all new buildings to reduce power consumption.
Staggering of electric power loads to reduce huge demands.
|Use of Renewable Energy||126 kWp solar power plants has been setup on the top of the main building.
A stand alone wind mill of the capacity 2 kW was installed as a students' project in the year 2011.
|Rain Water Harvesting, Sewage Treatment and Recycling Plant||Rain Water Harvesting System is installed to collect rain water from roof top of the buildings.
All the septic tank waste water collected to the Sewage Treatment Plant with the processing capacity of 6,00,000 litre per day.
|Efforts for Carbon Neutrality||Tree Plantation, Ban of Two and Four Wheelers within campus, Trap vehicular and fugitive dust emission.|
|e-waste Management||A technical team has been formed to take care of e-waste management.|
|Biogas Plant||Kitchen waste based biogas generation is in the pipeline for the campus|
|Others||Awareness Programmes on Environment (Through NEAC)
Awareness Programme on Renewable Energy Resources (Through Renewable Energy Mela)
126 kWp solar power plants has been setup on the top of the main building. To that extent EB consumption has been reduced and hence non renewable energy consumption to generate 126 kW is reduced and also CO2, SO2, SPM emissions reduction have been achieved. Moreover, many solar energy related student projects have been undertaken in Thermal and Electrical Engineering programmes.
A 100 kWp Grid connected solar power plant is under installation on the left and right wing of the main building. The output of the plant is converted to AC using five string inverters of Refusol make of a capacity 20kW respectively are the inverters have a MPPT controller and the inverters itself have the mechanism to synchronizes the generated power to the local grid. It is estimated that it will generates around 600 Units per day. The plant was installed by M/S V.D. Swami and Company Ltd., Chennai.
A 26 kWp Grid connected solar power plant is installed on the left wing of the main building. The output of the plant is converted to AC using tow string inverters of delta make of a capacity of 11kW and 15kW respectively are the inverters have a MPPT controller and the inverters itself have the mechanism to synchronizes the generated power to the local grid. It generates around 130 Units per day. It was commissioned in December 2012. The plant was installed by M/S TATA Power Solar, Bangalore.
A stand alone wind mill of the capacity 2 kW was installed as a students' project in the year 2011. It has a 3 phase Brushless Permanent Magnet Synchronous Generator, and the output of the generator is used to charge the batteries through a charge controller. The output of the batteries is converted to AC using a 1.5 kVA inverter and is used in the ground floor of the girl's hostel.
Rain Water Harvesting System is installed to collect rain water from roof top of the buildings and allow it to flow to the nearest open well. Rain water is not taken for recharging ground water because of the unfavourable soil conditions
Tree Plantation, Ban of Two and Four Wheelers within campus, Campus waste water (100kLD) is treated in a treatment plant and treated water is used for gardening and hence equivalent carbon credit is achieved by this
All the septic tank waste water collected to the Sewage Treatment Plant with the processing capacity of 6,00,000 litre per day and storage capacity of 4,00,000 litre, aeration tank, settling tank, clarifier with 3,00,000 litre capacity, filtered water used for gardening, ultra filtered water used for flushing urinals.
No hazardous waste are created nor managed.
A technical team has been formed to take care of e-waste management. This team consists of one expert from IT department and two environmental specialists. The technical team visited ELCOT (Electronics Corporation of Tamil Nadu) and TNPCB (Tamil Nadu Pollution Control Board) in connection with e-waste management. The guidelines prescribed by MOEF (Ministry of Environment and Forests) were collected. The details of authorized e-waste recyclers, registered with TNPCB were also collected. As a result 400 computers along with monitors, CPU, Key boards, mouse and UPS were disposed off in an environment friendly manner.
Plans are in place to replace all CRT monitors of computers in the University by TFT monitors
Kitchen waste based biogas generation is in the pipeline for the campus waste as well as for the waste of nearby villages
Campus cleaning day is followed periodically with about 200 students participating as part of awareness creation
Environmental Awareness Programme on Biodiversity Conservation – Vermicomposting – Awareness to Public including local farmers in Pandithamedu Village, Kanchipuram District, funded by Ministry of Environment and Forests (MOEF) Under National Environment Awareness Campaign 2013 – 2014 (Rs. 12,000/-) Programme organized on 8th February, 2014.
Environmental Awareness Programme on Combating Desertification, Land Degradation and Drought Awareness to Public in Pothys Textile shops, Chennai and to school students at KPJ Gurukulum Mat. Hr. Sec. School in Kolattur, Chennai, funded by Ministry of Environment and Forests (MOEF) Under National Environment Awareness Campaign 2014 – 2015 (Rs. 12,000/-) programme organized on 11th January 2015.Student volunteers involved in Environment awareness programs.
All our campuses are maintained as non smoking zone
The Institution has hostel facility for boys and girls in individual blocks each with the capacity of 1000 and 400 respectively. The hostel mess caters to the requirement of all the inmates with both North Indian and South Indian food varieties in their regular menu. The institution has huge play ground with football and basketball courts. The indoor game facility and recreational facility are available both in the campus and in hostel. Separate gymnasium for boys and girls is available in the hostel. An ambulance facility is also available round the clock. An ATM Center is established in the campus through ICICI Bank
Gymnasia has 12-station multi-gym facility. The gym is spacious and well equipped with modern imported equipments. It has centralised air-conditioning and audio and video facilities.
Qualified gym instructors are available round-the-clock to train students specifically for their respective sports. This gym has separate timings for men and women.
AVIT has spacious Confrence Hall & Digital Class Room which include facilities like
A clean and hygenic mess for everyone,with all kind of food for all. Seperate mess for girls and boys.
AVIT is well connected by public transport system.. The college can be reached in an hour's drive from Adyar, Chennai city.The college also operates fleet of Buses covering key locations in and around Chennai, to facilitate the students and staff community.
AVIT has dedicated Internet Leased line which is accessed from anywhere in the campus which helps the student in their academics
The Institution have an ICICI Bank ATM at our Campus. This 24 hours ATM facility helps all our Students and Faculty to do a safe transaction whenever its needed.