• Student PARANDE UNNAT DILIP
  • Code PGE22374
  • Faculty Technology
  • Tutor/s Dhwanilnath Gharekhan
  • TA Kirtan Shah

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According to the WHO, we spend 90% of our time indoors. Thus it becomes imperative to study and understand the Indoor Air Quality. Poor Air Quality leads to adverse health impacts. In this study, the Indoor Air Quality of CEPT University was mapped, and a temporal variation of PM2.5, PM10 and CO2 was observed. Further, spaces that had poor air quality were found, and certain mitigation measures were suggested.