In 2010, University of Indonesia (UI) developed the UI GreenMetric World University Ranking for universities to share information about their sustainability practices. This ranking system paved the way forward for development of a mechanism through which university could ensure the implementation of best practices pertaining to Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) set by the United Nations on campus. Since the first launch of ranking, more universities around the world have increasingly participated in the ranking system including many universities in Pakistan. The Benazir Bhutto Shaheed University of Technology & Skill Development (BBSUTSD) participated in the ranking and was placed on 576th in the entire world and 22nd in Pakistan. This is the first time this university has been positioned in any ranking system. And since then, the BBSUTSD has continued to make improvements in all sectors ranging from conservation of Electricity to being the first university in Sindh province to implement an Official Ban on Plastic Bags on Campus; from observing Tree Plantation Day to development of an Efficient Water Recycling and Water Conservation Program. This year, the BBSUTSD is trying its best to improve in all areas of ranking particularly the infrastructure. For that, the university has purchased a new land of 28 Acres that will be purely used for Agricultural Purposes initially. Apart from that, the new buildings proposed are set to incorporate all the important aspect Net-Zero Buildings with a particular focus on harvesting Solar Energy from Solar PV cells and conservation of Power giving special attention to lowering its waste usage. Here it is quite important to note that, compared to last year, the consumption of electricity at campus has been reduced to a significantly low level and because of which, considerable amount of money has been saved coupled a great reduction of CO2 emissions by the campus activities.