PSN Institute of Technology and Science, Kanyakumari, PSN Institute of Technology was established in 2007 managed by PSN Educational and Charitable Trust. The college took the responsibility of enriching the society through promotion of education, literature and culture. The college aims to synergize all the input factors to provide the best possible products to the industry and country at large.

The college strives to achieve academic excellence by futuristic outlook in the field of education in a well-disciplined environment through commitment. The college is placed at a very green and clear area of Tirunelveli. The college is affiliated to Anna University. All the courses are approved by AICTE, New Delhi. The college offers courses like Electronics and Comm. Engineering, Mechanical Engineering etc.

Facts about the college:

Establishment year


University type

Self-Financed/ trust


Dr. J Stanley Johnson

Affiliated to

Anna University



Qualifying exam:

Tamil Nadu engineering admission.

Total books in library

 37950 Volumes and about 455 Back volumes periodicals.

How to reach?

Railway-20 km (Tirunelveli Railway Station )

Total no of classes and labs


Companies Visited

Apollo Tyres, Tata Motors, Lodha Honda, Royal Enfield, Ashok Leyland, TVS, Sakthi Auto Components, Ford, Turbo Energy Ltd, Hyundai India Private Ltd and many more

Number of students placed


Hostel facility:

Yes. For both boys and girls.

Total no of computers.


Why to choose?

  • Placements: College provides a number of good opportunities in terms of placements. Also the college provides placements in leading companies of India, Australia etc.
  • Offer Industrial Visits: College offers various Industrial visits to management students so that they can get to know about industrial experience as well apart from regular education
  • Well-qualified and experienced Faculty: College provides a number of teachers that are well qualified in academics and industry experience. Most of the faculty members belong to professional bodies and advisors at academic forums.