Facilities

Facilities

Hostel:

The institute takes pride in making the stay of the boarders comfortable. The management provides Air-Conditioned and Non Air-Conditioned type accommodation for boys and girls separately. Each is equipped with its own Dining Hall and Curio. This serves to provide an ambience where concentration on studies can be drawn upon. The fine results themselves stand a testimony to this facility.


Facilities provided to make the stay comfortable:

  • Double Occupancy rooms, furnished with Beds and Mattresses, Almirah and Reading Tables with Chairs.
  • 24-hours round the clock drinking water(RO)
  • AC Dining Hall
  • Reading / Recreation Room
  • First aid facility operated by a residential nurse
  • Water Heater
  • 24x7 power back up
  • Round the clock security service
  • Tuck Shop
  • Hi-tech Machines for a smart laundry service.
  • Faculty Supervision
  • Bus facility for outing
  • Indoor / Outdoor Games, Gym and Fitness Activities
  • Wi-Fi
  • Green Carpet Lawns
  • On-Campus SBI Bank & Multiple ATMs

Infirmary:

Provision has been made for a six-bed male ward and a three-bed female ward, being staffed by two MBBS doctors, two Compounders and two female nurses to ensure recourse to medical treatment should the need arises. Two ambulances provide the much-needed emergency evacuation.

SBI Extension Counter:

A much-touted facility for the employees, inmates and the day boarders, is the State Bank of India Extension Counter. The counter serves to deposit and dispense cash apart from providing adequate banking solutions to the employees.

Multiple ATMs:

The institution boasts of two on the campus ATMs- State Bank of India and Syndicate Bank, to cater to any monetary requirement.

Recreation Rooms:

A chain of these, equipped with a whole string of facilities, gives a venue to think, meditate and manage stress.


Women Development Cell:

Convener: Dr. Garima WIlliams

Women hold the key to upholding customs and traditions. They have to be prepared for shouldering additional and extra responsibilities to pave the path not just for their families but also for the larger benefit of the society.

Vision: To develop with the right attitude.

The Bustle:

  • Workshops on Personal Hygiene
  • Lecture on Women's rights
  • Talk on the importance of women as repositories of culinary skills
  • Symposium on the Role of Women in Intellectual Property Rights.
  • Flash Mobs

Grievance Redressal Cell:

Every rose is endowed with thorns. Handling these thorns is an art so that barriers don't mark the tryst with destiny. Thence lies the importance of grievance redressal.

Counseling Centre:

An individual sometimes feels lost in this wide world. On the lookout for a hand that will hold and guide, it is here the quest for such a hand ends and proper guidance is imparted.

Central Library:

Not just a collection of books on curriculum that caters to the academic need of the students, the library also acts as a repository of wide knowledge with the provision of access to national and international research papers and thesis.

Transportation:

In-house transportation on the sprawling campus is provided by the use of Club Cars keeping in mind the eco-friendly vision of the management.
Transportation facility linking the institution with every corner of the city comprises a fleet of 30 Air-Conditioned Buses.

Tuck Shops:

Small requirements of stationery and confectionary are met with by these shops.

Community Service:

The campus is not just eco-friendly; it also instils a sense of social awareness and responsibility into the students by allowing a peep into the miseries and vagaries of the minions. The campus social club,"Utthaan", takes care of all such community activities and has also collaborated with Rotract Club of PSIT in furthering this vision.

NCC:

A feather is added to the plumage of the institution with the addition of National Cadet Corps that infuses a spirit of service to the nation.

Power Angel:

The girls of PSIT are rendering fruitful service to the society by being a part of “Power Angels".

This initiative is a part of UP police's 1090 Women Powerline, a pet project of Former Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav. The 'angels' are believed to be an extension of this. The 'angels' would be trained to 'say no to nonsense'. They would be given physical training as well as tips on how to become mentally tough.

The girls will work as "the eyes and ears" of the police force and will be given IDs of special police officers. "Power angels would, in effect, function as police messengers. They will work in the field and help the police in providing information about crimes against women,

"Graduates can become a 'power angel' for three years while post-graduates can be on the job for two years,"
(Source: UP Police Website)