Re-accredited by NAAC with "A++" Grade


Re-accredited by NAAC with "A++" Grade


Re-accredited by NAAC with "B++" Grade


Green Initiatives

Environment and Sustainability

  • Policy aims at integrating a philosophy of sustainable development into the activities of the institution and establishing and promoting sound environmental practices.
  • Providing a safe and healthful workplace.
  • Developing an environmentally sustainable campus culture where responsibility is assigned and understood;
  • Being an environmentally responsible neighbour in the community;
  • Conserving natural resources by reusing and recycling;
  • Using, in our own operations, processes that do not adversely affect the environment.
  • Ensuring the responsible use of energy throughout the activities of the institution.
  • Participating in efforts to improve environmental protection and understanding.
  • Taking steps to improve environmental performance continually.
  • Conducting rigorous audits, evaluations, and self-assessments of the implementation of this policy.
  • Working with suppliers who promote sound environmental practices.
  • Enhancing awareness among our employees, volunteers, and users – educating and motivating them to act in an environmentally responsible manner.

Waste management

  • Separate colour-coded bins for different types of wastes are placed throughout the campus at important vantage points for proper collection and segregation of wastes.
  • Vermicompost units are formed on the campus for the disposal of biodegradable wastes being collected through the pruning/trimming of gardens and from the canteen/hostel mess.
  • Biogas plants have been installed on the campus to convert the food waste generated into biogas.
  • The college has taken initiatives to implement segregation of solid waste and hand over plastic waste for recycling and safe disposal instead of the unhealthy practice of burning or dumping it in public places and water bodies.
  • The college has given special awareness programmes to laboratory safety measures and disposal of chemical waste
  • The college has installed an incineration unit on the campus for hygiene and proper sanitation.
  • The NSS unit of T. K.M College follows the economic principle of waste management, consequently creating cloth bags from textile waste and used clothes. A skill acquisition training has been conducted for NSS Volunteers on Grow Bag manufacturing as a part of Women Empowerment Programme. The raw material for these grow bags was used-Flex Banners that were collected   from different departments.
  • The use of waste papers, polythene covers and bottles for making flowers and baskets, yields in students the idea of reuse of such waste materials into creative and useful initiatives.
  • The institution join hands with the Swachh Bharath Mission programme. The college has been awarded the ‘Best performance award’ for Swachatha hi Seva
  • The college has a remarkable role in Haritha Keralam programme. Waste like glass splinters and aluminium scraps are separated and disposed of in an eco-friendly manner.
  • The institution follows the ‘Green Protocol’ while conducting seminars and other events. Students and faculty are encouraged to use steel lunch boxes and steel glasses instead of plastic alternatives.
  • As per the green protocol, the college optimizes the usage of paper by using technology for information sharing and documentation. Office automation has contributed immensely to the reduction of paper waste.
  • The use of single-use plastic is strictly banned on campus. The college follows green protocol for all its official and public meetings seminars and conferences. The college has founded a plastic-free zone area about the campus.
  • All the electronic devices are maintained regularly to avoid scathing.
  • The hardware of the devices is given to the nearby schools and institutes offering hardware courses.
  • The Dept. of Chemistry encouraged the reuse of liquid solvents derived from the laboratory and successfully implemented them in the research as well as in other laboratories.
  • The college has given special awareness programs on laboratory safety measures and disposal of chemical waste in a proper scientific way. Waste water is reused for gardening purposes and groundwater is recharged using water recharge pits.
  • Drip irrigation is used for gardening purposes to reduce the wastage of water. Maintenance of leaking pipes is done with immediate effect.

Green Campus

  • The teaching and non-teaching staff adopt the carpooling system; this in turn will reduce carbon dioxide emissions.
  • A good number of students rely on public transportation to reach campus. A small percentage of students use motorbikes or cars for transportation.
  • The whole pedestrian ways are interlocked for better water holding capacity, in an eco-friendly
  • The roads are beautified with trees on both sides. Each entrance of the college is monitored by Security persons; they help the smooth functioning of the pedestrian facility.
  • Plastic-free campus: The campus has been declared plastic-free. The use of plastic is strictly restricted on the Students are advised to bring their lunch in steel boxes, which reduces the accumulation of plastic carry bags on the campus.
  • Separate waste baskets are used for bio-degradable and non-biodegradable materials. Reusable cups and plates are promoted inside the cam
  • The non-biodegradable waste is given to scrap dealers and students are also trained and encouraged to make carry bags from different waste materials.
  • Paperless Office Communication among the teachers and office are through WhatsApp groups and e-mails. All departments have their own email-id. Electronic forms are promoted to reduce paper usage. An electronic display is placed in front of the office to notify major activities of the college. It helps minimize the use of flex boards.
  • We have a public addressing system; most of the announcements are done through this system. We also have an online attendance submission system. Students are asked to submit their copies of assignments in soft copy format.
  • Green landscaping The college has a biodiversity-rich botanical garden with rare plants. The garden acts as an ecosystem for different birds and animals. In addition, we have a well-maintained garden with beautiful leafy plants and flowering plants. Different varieties of trees have been planted on the campus and their names are displayed.
  • Drip irrigation has been promoted to reduce water usage.
  • The trees on the campus are identified with their botanical names.