Panimalar Institute of Technology, a Christian Minority Institution of Higher Education
governed by JAISAKTHI Educational Trust aims at imparting quality engineering education for
the aspiring youth. The College is accreditated by National Board of Accreditation (NBA),
New Delhi, approved by All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) and recognized by
UGC with 12(B) & 2(f ) status.
In Panimalar Institute of Technology's Green Policy aims to preserve the campus's eco system as
well as nature and natural resources by employing skills and knowledge to build many unique
Our Green Policy also includes monitoring, directing, and inspecting human activities, as well as
adopting various actions to prevent damaging effects on the biophysical environment and natural
resources while assuring no negative consequences for humanity. Energy management, solid waste
management, wastewater management, environmental air quality assessment, and conservation of the
area's natural flora and fauna are the five key monitoring areas now in place.
An Environmental Administration Strategy was created to reduce the ecological impact of the
abrupt and quick transformation of the terrain and to guide the campus's long-term development
without disrupting the natural riparian eco-system and environment. The architects employed the
created Ecological Management Plan in constructing the Master Plan and designing the buildings.
The majority of movement on campus will be done on foot or by bicycle.
Motor vehicles will not be permitted in academic areas, and students will not be able to drive on
campus. The Green Panel is careful to keep paving and retaining walls to a minimum and to
arrange for adequate garbage disposal, among other things.
There are five major categories.
DELNET - Remote Access
Waste Management in the campus.
Plastic Free zone
Energy Efficiency and Conservation.
Policy Document for
DISABLED-FRIENDLY, BARRIER FREE ENVIRONMENT
In February 2006, the Government of India issued a national policy for persons with disabilities
that deals with educational rehabilitation of people with disabilities; as a result, Panimalar
Institute of Technology has included these policies into the teaching and learning process. The
PIT's policy recognises that people with disabilities are a vital human resource for the
institution, and it aims to build a climate that gives them equal opportunity, protects their
rights, and allows them to fully participate in the academic environment.
The policy is focused on the following:
1. To guarantee that the building's architecture, such as the ramp/lift, is accessible to
2. Ensure that disabled people have access to washrooms that are gender-sensitive, safe, useable,
3. To ensure that appropriate text and pictogram signage, such as tactile paths, lights, display
boards, and signposts, are present and accessible.
4. The employment of male and female symbols on signage, in accordance with local conventions and
standards, with heightened edges and bright colour contrast, will be more visible to all and
especially helpful to people with visual impairments.
5. Learners with disabilities require adequate and appropriate support in and out of the
classroom, including appropriate resources and assistive technology, as well as responsive
leadership, teaching staff, and college communities.
6. Ensure that software tools and technologies are accessible to people with impairments.
7. Human aid, reader, scribe, soft copies of reading material, and screen reading are all
available for inquiry and information.