PSG Institute of Technology and Applied Research (PSGITAR) Coimbatore Campus & Infrastructure

Coimbatore (Tamil Nadu) Estd : 1926 Approved by : AICTE Type : Private


At PSG Institute of Technology and Applied Research the students are endowed with modern infra and convenient amenities that make their life 'go easy' in college hours, alongside make learning more interesting. Some of the facilities include well ventilated classrooms, recreational areas, hostel facility for boys and girls, indoor and outdoor games, stocked library, seamless internet connectivity, medical facilities etc.

  • Area 40 Acres
  • Classroom 22
  • Sports Grounds 3
  • Total Students 300



PSG Institute of Technology and Applied Research PSGITAR Coimbatore, 1 Boys hostels and 1 Girls Hostels are available for it's students with facilities including Gym, Mess, Medical Facilities, Bed, Chair

No. of Hostels 1
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Students Activities & Clubs

NSS Club


The NSS team of our college visited the orphanage named "Jeevakarunya Ashram" in Periyanayackanpalayam, Coimbatore on Saturday, 1st October 2016.This trip was aimed at selfless service to the orphanage students by our NSS team, under the guidance of our NSS Staff Co-ordinators Mr.P.Chinnaraj and Mrs.V.Vilasini, who helped us plan the event successfully.

Eco Club


Feeling one with nature has been the primary objective of the Eco Club of PSG Institute of Technology and Applied Research. The Club's continuous efforts to organize Tree Plantation Programmes around the campus, this time shifted its focus to go on a trip to get connected with Mother Nature. Hence, a one-day programme on Environmental Conservation was organized by Eco Club on 25.08.216 at Anaikatti, Coimbatore. The group consists of 249 first year B.E. students, 30 Eco Club members and 20 faculty members were participated. The team was led by Dr. P.V. Mohanram, Principal and co-ordinated by Dr. R. Sivakumar, HoD-Chemistry.

YOGA & Meditation Club


International Yoga day was celebrated at PSGiTech on 21st June 2016. The programme was organized by Yoga and Meditation Club. Yoga session was conducted by Dr R Ramesh and attended by members of the club and volunteers.

Entrepreneurs Club

The Entrepreneurs club of PSGiTECH is committed towards the skill development of budding Engineers in the field of Entrepreneurship. The club involved in the activities of conducting seminars, workshops, training programs and interactive sessions with entrepreneurs. The programs are focussed in the areas of start-ups, capacity building, Market survey, business plan preparation, creativity, idea generation, team building etc. The interested students are tuned towards start-ups.

The club is tied with Wadhwani foundation based on Bangalore, especially on National Entrepreneurship Network (NEN) programme.

Astronomy Club

The Astronomy Club of PSGiTech had organized a star gazing event on the evening of 1st February 2017. The event being first of its kind in the campus created great enthusiasm among the members of the astroclub. The event was organized to help the club members gain knowledge about the night sky viewing basics, enjoy the cosmos and feel its vastness.

English Literary Club

The aim of this programme is to give a platform for students to express freely on any topic of their choice. It is modeled on TED Talks.) It was held on 10 Aug 2016. 

The first speaker was C.S. Nagaraj (II Mechanical) who spoke exceptionally well on "Billion Dollar Decisions made by CEOs". He analysed the one mistake/decision made by top three CEO's which altered the course of their organizations.

Nagaraj very eloquently traced the success story of Bill Gates, Steve Jobs and Larry Page. He clinically identified one mistake these top CEO's made and explained at length how it impacted their company. 

The next Let's Talk programme was held on 11th Feburary 2017. N. Vignesh (III EEE) gave an inspiring talk on "Don't force yourself to fit in where you don't belong". He urged the students to be unique and have an identity for themselves and spoke about dangers of always conforming. 

R. Christie (I CSE) gave lively and very interesting talk on "Hack water; Don't pack it". He highlighted in a very spirited and articulate manner the importance of conserving water.

Shri Nandhini (III ECE) gave a thought provoking and motivating talk on "Be the alchemist of your life" on 25th January 2017 as part of the Let's Talk series. 

Students enjoyed all the talks and there was a lively discussion among the students.

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