Exploratory Analysis Of Air Quality In India

IJEP 41(12): 1410-1417 : Vol. 41 Issue. 12 (December 2021)

Sudeep Varshney*, Sunil Kumar, Preeti Dubey, Amit Upadhyay and Ridhima Gupta

Sharda University, Greater Noida – 201 310, Uttar Pradesh, India


The analysis of air in today’s era is very necessary and making people aware and motivating them to reduce air pollution so that the harmful gases from the environment can be minimized. The aim of this study is to have clean and fresh air in the environment by analyzing the dataset taken from Government of India and making the peoples of India aware by giving them the analyzed data in terms of various parameters, in the form of a web application.  The web application is available for any device, like mobile, laptop, desktop, so it gets easy to access. Approximately, 8.5 kids die out of 1000 in India before they even turn 5 years old because of pollution. From this it can be seen the urge as well as the great need for this study. As mother nature is not only the responsibility of the government, but all of us together need to fight for it. It is not only about the environment but also about the health of every person because the gases, like NO2, SO2 and particulate matter of different ranges can cause many health issues.


Air pollution, gases, Air quality index, Particulate matter


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