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मार्गदर्शक- माननीय मानव संसाधन विकास मंत्री
श्री रमेश पोखरियाल 'निशंक'
Minister of Human Resource Development
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Chairman, All India Council for Technical Education
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Vice Chairman, All India Council for Technical Education
एक पेड़, धरती, प्रकृति, पर्यावरण स्वास्थ्य शहर परिवार और सुखद भविष्य के लिए
|1||Andaman & Nicobar Islands||Andaman Redwood, Albizzia, Areca, Barringtonia, Bombax|
|2||Andhra Pradesh||Neem, Papaya, Drumstick, Curry leaf|
|3||Arunachal Pradesh||Hollong, Maesa arunachalensis, Michelin doltsopa, Livistona jenkinsiana, Magnolia baillonii|
|4||Assam||Hollong, Borpat, Jutuli, Sam|
|5||Bihar||Peepal, Mango, Bamboo, Amla|
|6||Chandigarh||Mango Tree, Mahogani, Neem|
|7||Chhattishgarh||Mahua, Teak, Lendia, Salai|
|8||Dadra & Nagar Haveli||Sadra, Mahara, Sheesham, Teak|
|9||Daman & Diu||Hoka Trees, Mango, Coconut, Syzygium|
|10||Delhi||Peepal, Sal Tree, Neem, Mango|
|11||Goa||Indian Laurel, Coconul, Palm, Mango, Teak|
|12||Gujarat||Indian Mahogany, Neem, Gulmohar Tree, Curry Tree|
|13||Haryana||Peepal, Sandalwood, Neem, Sheesham|
|14||Himachal Pradesh||Devdar, Silver Fir, Roxburghi, Pine|
|15||Jammu & Kashmir||Chinar, Deodar, BangKail, KairoDhupCheed, Chilgoza|
|16||Jharkhand||Sal, Neem, Mahua, Amla|
|17||Karnataka||Sandal Wood, Neem, Banyan, Oak|
|18||Kerala||Coconut, Plavu (Jack fruit tree), Mavu (Mango tree), Vazha, Omaikka, Seethaappazham|
|19||Lakshadweep||Chakka, Jack Fruit, Banana, Papaya|
|20||Madhya Pradesh||Aam, Achar, Aonla, Asta|
|21||Maharashtra||Mango, Indian Mahogany, Gulmohar Tree, Curry Tree|
|23||Meghalaya||Gamhar, Khasi Pine, Sal, Teak, Bamboos|
|24||Mizoram||Nag Kesar, Ferns, Aroides, Palms, Ferns|
|25||Nagaland||Alder, Oak, Chestnut, Birch, Magnolia, Cherry|
|26||Orissa||Peepal, Shorea Robusta, Pterocarpus, Marsupium, Lagerstroemia spp, Bombax Ceiba|
|27||Pondichery||Bauhinia purpurea L, Manthara, Putranjeevi, Manthanrai|
|28||Punjab||Sheesham, Melia Azedarach, Mango, RoseWood|
|29||Rajasthan||Kheiri, Aam, Imli, Babul, Banyan, Ber|
|30||Sikkim||Pink Bell Rhododendron, laurel, Sal trees, Bamboos|
|31||Tamil Nadu||Plamyara Palm, Banyan Tree, Neem Tree, Peepal tree, Arjuna Tree|
|32||Telangana||Jammi Chettu, Banyans, Teak, Lemon|
|33||Tripura||Agar, Dendrobium, Red Vandha, Blue Vandha|
|34||Uttar Pradesh||Ashok, Banyan, Peeal, Litchi|
|35||Uttaranchal||Burans, Litchi, Mango, Neem|
|36||West Bengal||Devil Tree, Mango, Jack fruit, Banana, Palm|
All plants are not suitable for all localtion the researchers selected the trees based on their pollution
tolerance level and ascorbic acid index.
Trees like Banyan, Neem, Mango etc have high tolerance level to all pollution while other treen fail to stand with them. Careful selection of trees will ensure that the greengry last long.
Based on the AAI values trees can be classified as highly tolerant, tolerant, medium and sensitive. Trees like Albizia lebbeck, Delonix regia (flame of forest), Neem and Peepul are suitable for industrial areas. They withstand high levels of pollution. They absorb the greenhouse gasses and keep the city cool. On national highways and city roads with heavy vehicular pollution, trees like mango, pongamia, polyalthia, and terminalia can be planted. They control carbon emissions in the air,”.
Banyan tree is the most familiar shade giving tree in our country. Interestingly, it originated in India itself. These Indian trees have the largest canopy coverage in India. Not many people know but the banyan tree is also the national tree of India.
It is grown in both tropical and sub-tropical regions. Neem has endless medicinal properties and that’s what makes it popular in India. It is used to control pests and deal with pox viruses. Neem is a major ingredient in soaps and shampoos and is healthy for our skin. It is one of the best trees to plant near house in India.
The peepal tree falls in the category of dry season deciduous or semi- evergreen tree. This is one of those rare trees of India that release oxygen both in the day and the night.
Mangoes are well suited to growing in many parts of Western Australia. They prefer low rainfall, low relative humidity at flowering, fruit set and harvest, with warm to hot temperatures during fruiting. Mango trees grow best in deep, well drained soil that is slightly acidic.
Bamboos include some of the fastest-growing plants in the world, due to a unique rhizome-dependent system. Certain species of bamboo can grow 910 mm (36 in) within a 24-hour period, at a rate of almost 40 mm (1.6 in) an hour (a growth around 1 mm every 90 seconds, or 1 inch every 40 minutes). Giant bamboos are the largest members of the grass family.
Shisham, Sisu, Sheesham. Dalbergia is a large genus of small to medium size trees, shrubs in the subfamily Faboideae within the larger family Fabaceae. It is recently assigned to the informal monophyletic Dalbergia clade the Dalbergieae.
Hon’ble HRD Minister Dr. Ramesh Pokhriyal “Nishank” has launched a new campaign “One Student One Tree” on 20th July. This initiative is in line with the Hon’ble Prime Minister’s idea of a green and healthy environment. This initiative need support of our young dynamic students and teachers. As a responsibility towards mother nature and contribution to this initiative, AICTE recommend every institute to carry out a plantation drive on any suitable day from 1st to 15th August. Diverse species of trees should be planted with focus on minimum water consumption in an ecofriendly manner. Also, this trees should have suitable utility in the nearby area. Each Student should plant at least 1 tree. Either Students or suitable person from the institute should look after this planted trees for initial 1 to 2 years. In case of unavailability of land for plantation, Institutes are requested to approach nearest “Forest Department” to carry out the same. As an incentive for carrying out plantation, Student may be awarded 20 “AICTE Activity Point” as defined in Chapter 6 of AICTE Internship Policy. Your institute needs to submit data of planted trees along with one picture of plantation drive (preferably group of students with the saplings) on “http://www.fdp-si.aicte-india.org/onestudentonetree/” by 20th of August. Institutes will be awarded based on suitable criteria for this plantation drive on 5th September (Teacher Day) by Honorable HRM. In near future, Further information will be demanded by AICTE regarding survival rate of these trees. We further request you to display attached posters on the Notice Board of the Institute and make “One Student One Tree” a huge success.Download Guidelines Here
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