SDG 15: Life on Land

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Excessive plantation in the campus & Tarbela mountains

The university is situated beside the river Indus in the mountains of Tarbela and Gadoon-Amazai, in the Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa near the town of Topi and in proximity to the lakes of Tarbela Dam (world’s largest earth-filled dam) and Ghazi. Its campus is in the mountains of Tarbela and Gadoon-Amazai. GIK institute is a Green Campus with excessive plantation in the campus & Tarbela mountains. This area of Pakistan is a natural habitat of many animals, birds, fishes and plants.

Cutting of trees and pruning of leaves

At GIK Institute the trees are preserved as no one is allowed to cut trees. The pruning of leaves is done with permission of the competent authority.

Wildlife and Plants preservation on campus

The wildlife is preserved with various campaigns of trash picking from mountain area and all over GIK Institute so that no animal could be harmed with PVC suffocation. Various plantation drives are conducted to keep the campus green.

GIK institute conserves plants, animals, and wildlife through the following activities:

  1. Excessive plantation in the campus & Tarbela mountains
  2. We have our own nursery on the campus
  3. We are in line with the policies and guidelines of the Divisional Wildlife conservation department
  4. The campus is a natural habitat for Jackal, Wild boars, and many different categories of birds
  5. We are also maintaining a zoo in the campus in which we have many different types of 130x Birds which are properly fed and conserved.
  6. Plantation drives are regularly conducted inside the campus to keep it green and environmentally friendly



[Caption] Nursery on Campus


[Caption] Zoo within campus



[Caption] Plantation Drives are held from time to time on campus


Clean and Green Drive at GIK Institute

The act of dropping litter is a social behavior that can only be treated through social measures. Mistaking the trash for food, many animals also eat plastic, suffering obstructions, stomach ruptures and starvation. Positive actions that can encourage people to dispose of their waste in a responsible way include raising awareness of the problem that litter presents, creating a better appreciation for their environment, involving communities in developing local solutions and many more.

In this regard IET GIK CHAPTER held a CLEAN DRIVE on 11th November 2021 which was a major success. The drive started at 10 am from the auditorium till the bottom of the hiking trail. On the day of the drive there was a great response from the students and local community.

The aim of the clean drive was to raise awareness and make people more responsible for garbage management. Furthermore, this allowed a spread of sense of duty in the students that they should keep the place clean and green. Having students aware of their duty makes them more responsible and will help them take actions on how to keep their place clean and healthy because a clean environment is a safe environment. Moreover, after the drive the participants were taken to a hiking trip- the GIK Institute hiking trail.








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