The Delhi government will roll out the second phase of the odd-even vehicle restriction scheme from Friday. (PTI file photo)
Amity University Gurgaon will monitor the air quality in the National Capital Region as the Delhi government rolls out the second phase of the odd-even vehicle restriction scheme from Friday.
Scientists at Amity's centre of environmental science and health led by PCS Devara will monitor the air quality on real-time basis through a multi-parameter study.
The university will deploy a Pollution Study Vehicle equipped with particulate matter measuring instruments that will collect daily observations from different locations in Delhi-NCR, Mr Devara said.
The study shall also monitor vehicular noise pollution.