The second part involves taking actions by adopting critical green measures in the campus. These essential practices involve the adaptation and implementation of practices on the following five thrust areas.

AIR - Green campus ensures to improve the air quality in campus to improve the overall health of students studying in school.

WATER - Green campus ensures to adopt rainwater harvesting methods to capture at least 50% of run-off volumes from the roof and non-roof areas, to enhance groundwater and promote efficient use of water.

WASTE - Green Campus encourages segregation of waste by installing at least two bins system for dry and wet waste and practice 3R(Recycle, Reuse and Reduce) to reduce the amount of waste generated on the campus.

BIODIVERSITY - Green Campus encourages greenery within the campus by ensuring at least 20% of the non-built area is vegetative and sensitize about the importance of biodiversity and green spaces.

ENERGY - Green campus ensures to install solar energy systems for at least 5% of annual total energy consumption and optimize energy efficiency by installing energy efficient lighting fixtures and BEE star rated appliances, thereby reducing the environment impact associated with energy use.