Green Landscaping

Green Landscaping with trees and plants

For making the environment clean University uses the public transport for students, teaching staff and non-teaching staff. For this purpose, University has 3 buses and two vans. University has taken various steps to keep the campus plastic free.Programmes for maintaining the campus green and healthy are given top priority. Regular plantation activity is being undertaken by the agriculture and forestry department. Thick green belt of adequate width covering an area of 9962 metres2 with native species of trees has been raised in the University campus. Approximately1224 trees have been planted in the University campus. 0.1 hectare area has been used by the Agriculture Department for the cultivation of various crops. Total amount spent by the University on green initiatives during last five years (excluding salary component) is Rs.6,39,239. The following trees and plants are available in the University campus as on August, 2017:

S.No

Scientific name

Local Name

Family

1

Alstoniascholaris

Blackboard tree          

Apocynaceae

2

Azadirachtaindica

Neem

Meliaceae

3

Bauhinia variegate

Kachnar

Caesalpiniaceae

4

Aegle marmelos

Bel

Rutaceae

5

Guazumaulmifolia

Rudraksh

Sterculiaceae

6

Cordia sebestena

Geiger tree

Ehretiaceae

7

Cassia fistula

Amaltas

Caesalpiniaceae

8

Cassia siamea

Siamea tree

Caesalpiniaceae

9

Neolamarckiacadamba

(AnthocephalusCadamba)

 

Kadamb

 

Rubiaceae

10

Plumeriarubra

Pagoda tree

Apocynaceae

11

Tecomastans

Yellow Bells

Bignoniaceae

12

Terminalia arjuna

Arjun

Combretaceae

13

Terminalia bellirica

Bahera

Combretaceae

14

Terminalia chibula

Harad

Combretaceae

15

Tinosporacordifolia

Neem Gloy

Menispermaceae

16

Clitoriaternatea

Aprajita

Fabaceae

17

Piper longum

Pipali

Piperaceae

18

Tylophora hirsute

(T. asthamatica)

Dama Bel, Antamul

Asclepiadaceae

19

Asperagusracemosus

Satawari

Liliaceae

20

Nyctanthes arbor-tristis

Harsingar

Oleaceae

21

Aloe vera

Guwarpatha

Asphodelaceae

22

Rauvolfia serpentine

Sarpgandh      

Apocynaceae

23

Trachyspermumammi

Ajwain

Apiaceae

24

Citrus limon

Nimbu

Rutaceae

25

Ficusbenjamina

 

Moraceae

26

Duranta variegate

Variegated Durant

Verbenaceae

27

Durantaerecta

Golden Durant

Verbenaceae

28

Cymbopogon citrates

Lemongrass    

Poaceae

29

Bryophyllumpinnatum

Patharchatta   

Crassulaceae

30

Callistemon citrinus

Bottle Brush

Myrtaceae

31

Dlonixregia

Gulmohar

Caesalpiniaceae

32

Ficusreligisa

Pipal

Moraceae

33

Rosa sp.

Rose

Rosaceae

34

Thujasp,

Morpankh

Gymnosperm

35

Ziziphusmouritiana

Bor

Rhmnaceae

 

 

 

S.No

 

Scientific Name of Plant

 

Local Name

 

Family

 

Uses

1

Aegle marmelos

Bil

Rutaceae

Stomachache. Constipation,

2

Aloe vera

Ghee Kwar

Liliaceae

Fever, Constipation, Piles, Skin, Jaundice, Leprosy

3

Andrographispaniculata

Kirayat

Acanthaceae

Fever, Dysentery, Dyspepsia, Stomachic

4

Asparagus racemosus

Satawar

Liliaceae

Tonic, Dysentery, Leprosy, T.B., Night Blindness

5

Catharanthesroseus

SadaSuhagan

Apocynaceae

Leukemia, Diabetic

6

Cymbopogon citrates

Lemon Grass

Poaceae

Bronchitis, Fever, Rheumatism, Leprosy

7

Tylophorahirsuta

Dama Bel

Asclepiadaceae

Bronchitis,

8

Oscimum sanctum

Tulsi

Lamiaceae

Asthma, Bronchitis, Vomiting, Malaria, Ring Worm

9

Rauwolfia serpentine

Sarpgandha

Apocynaceae

High Blood Pressure, Sedative, Mental Disorder, Anti Microbial

10

Tinosporacordifolia

Giloey

Menispermaceae

Diabetic, Tonic

11

Cissusquadriangularis

Harjod

Vitaceae

Joint and Bone Health

12

Tylophorahirsuta

Dama Bel

Asclepiadaceae

Bronchitis,

13

Terminalia bellirica

Bahera

Combretaceae

Stomach ailments,

Ingredient of Triphala

14

Nyctarbor-tristisanthes

Harsingar

Oleaceae

Joint pains, Piles

15

Terminalia

Harad

Combretaceae

Stomach ailments,

16

Terminalia

Arjun

Combretaceae

Cardiac tonic

 
 

Flora of the University Campus