Welcome to R P Sarathy Institute of Technology, Salem, Tamilnadu, India



The College has been working for the overall development of the students. Various courses, namely, Human values and Professional Ethics, Environmental Studies have been introduced as mandatory courses for all programmes of engineering to address issues as Gender Equality, Sustainability, Human Values and Ethics. Courses on Disaster management, Non-Conventional energy resources etc, are offered as open electives.

Human values and professional ethics: To instil Moral, Social and Ethical values, the university has offers two courses on Human Values and Professional Ethics as credit courses during the academic periods for all B. E programs. These courses help students gain a world view of the self, society and profession. It emphasizes on holistic understanding of ethical human conduct, trustful and mutually understanding human behaviour. The college also conducts Blood Donation Camp, Eye camps, Swacch Bharath, and awareness programs in the nearby villages to promote National Integrity, Human values, Communal Harmony.

Environment and Sustainability: Environmental Studies is an interdisciplinary course. The course is offered as a mandatory course for all the U.G programs. The course includes the study of natural resources with emphasis on renewable energy resources, the importance of conserving the present ecosystem, promoting biodiversity, perils of environmental pollution and raising awareness on environmental and social issues. Open Elective courses under Choice based credit systems Disaster Management is offered as an open elective to understand various types of natural and man-made disasters, their occurrences, effects, mitigation and management systems in India, the role of Geographical Information Systems (GIS), and Remote sensing technology in disaster mitigation and management. A course on Green buildings is also offered to emphasize the significance of eco-friendly materials, green building rating systems, etc. A course on “Non-conventional Energy sources” is offered to explain the generation of electricity from various non-conventional sources of energy such as solar, wind, ocean and geothermal energies acquire knowledge of their principles and utilization. Another Open elective course on “Industrial Pollution and its control” is offered to explain the effects of uncontrolled emissions from industries understand the various disposal methods and minimize pollution.

National Service Scheme: The College also has a vibrant NSS wing which encourages student participation in programmes like tree plantation, Swacch Bharat Abhiyan and bringing awareness on renewable energy sources, conservation of water and electricity. The Eco Club of the college conducts guest lectures on environmental awareness and celebrates Eco Week annually highlighting the importance of environmental conservation.

Gender Sensitization: ‘Human Values and Professional Ethics’ course includes a unit on Social responsibility inculcating civic sense and virtues highlighting issues related to the dignity of women at home and workplace. Discussions, debates and guest lectures pertaining to gender sensitization are arranged. International Women’s Day is celebrated every year with active student participation. Also, special talks are arranged to encourage women to explore opportunities in science and technology.

The student counsellor counsels students on gender equality and other related issues. An exclusive committee consisting of women faculty and girl students is also functioning related to gender equality issues.

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