Safety & Security Department

SAFETY IS FIRST AND MUST FOR ALL

Many parents are concerned about the safety of their daughter or son on a campus far from home. At IIT Indore, we understand that concern and accept our responsibility to enforce security policies to ensure our students enjoy their years at Indore as free as possible from threats to their safety or well-being. Campus safety and security are coordinated by the Department of Safety and Security.

IIT Indore security department personnel conduct patrols of the campus and residence areas 24 hours a day. IIT Indore security department enforce all regulations and laws -- both of the IIT and the Country. They also work cooperatively with the Indore Police Department to record incidents that may occur off campus.

IIT Indore security department strictly enforce laws regulating underage drinking. The use of controlled substances, weapons and alcoholic beverages are not permitted on campus. Illegal drugs are not permitted on campus. Our Drug-Free Campus Policy requires all employees and students to adhere to the IITs’ standards of conduct related to drugs and alcohol and the applicable legal sanctions under state or central law.

Fire Safety & Trainings

  • First Aid Fire Fighting equipment like Fire Extinguishers have been installed in the hostel units/offices and other important places. Please notify after usage if any.

  • Evacuation signage, Smoke detectors, Fire alarm system have also been placed.

  • We conduct regular training program for Security personnel as well as staff and students for necessary update.

  • #CAUTION: Tempering of any safety/security signage and instruments may attract extreme penalty and punishment.

    Security Operations

  • The Security Department is functional at the Institute headed by Chief Security Officer, assisted by one Jr. Assistant and trained security personnel.

    • Providing 24x7 security and safety to all the four campus of the Institute
    • 131 trained Security personnel including lady guards are deployed in a day
    • To ensure and enforce safe environment for the students and staff at the institute.
    • To safeguard the staff, students and property of the Institute against various threats.
    • CCTV Camera surveillance: Points of importance have been provided with 24x7 CCTV camera coverage for surveillance.

    Emergency Response

  • In case of any emergency please contact security helpdesk of your location or any security helpdesk in case you are outside the institute.
    • Keep yourself calm.
    • Narrate the emergency type, time and location briefly.
    • Find a suitable safe place around you.
    • Take guidance and instructions from the Security Helpdesk.
    • Listen carefully do's and don'ts
    • Act according to the instructions
    • avoid calling the Helpdesk too often it will restrict their necessary actions and reporting on your information
    • Give regular & correct feedback on being called by the Security Helpdesk.

    Emergency Contact Numbers

    Website Development

  • In recognition to the service of our B.Tech Students, Mr. Shikhar, Ms. Shweta, and Mr. Ravi, towards the development of the website the Safety and Security Section for IIT Indore, with the kind approval of the Director, IIT Indore and with the recommendation of the Safety & Security Committee, a reward/Honorarium of Rs 5,000/- (each) has been handed over to the said students in the Safety & Security Committee meeting held on Oct. 31, 2014 at IET Campus (04:30 PM).


  • The website was upgraged by the team of CS258 of B.Tech students of 2013 batch of the institute comprising of Mr. Mudit Maheshwari, Mr. Amey Ambade and Mr. Avnish Bhagwate. The website was made live in October 2016.




    Digitisation of Visitors Passes

    Security Department has started digital visitor pass with photo w.e.f. April 10, 2017 with zero expenditure. The software was developed by the team of B.Tech CSEstudents of 2015 batch of the institute comprising of Mr. Kunal Gupta, Mr. Kunal Sikri, Mr. Mainak Biswas and Ms. Paridhi Yadav.

    Chemical & Biowaste Disposal

    Waste chemical and bio wastes are dispossed off by scietific and standard methods respectively by Chemistry and BSBE departments. Chemistry and BSBE Safety committees may be consulted for the disposal of any such wastes. Please refer to below links for more specific details.

  • Disposal of Chemical Waste

  • All wastes from the laboratories must be properly labelled and placed in correct waste containers. MSDS recommendations must be carefully followed for storage of chemicals and to avoid storage of any incompatible chemicals together. Please “Do not mix incompatible Chemicals”.

    Please contact Mr. Manish Kushwaha, Deputy Manager (Lab), Chemistry Lab, School Building Room No.116-B at 0731 2438 756 or e-mail at mkushwaha@iiti.ac.in for the disposal of waste chemicals. (...more)

  • Disposal of Bio Waste

  • Bio Waste generated from all the labs in Institute Campus is collected by the Hoswin Incinerator Pvt. Ltd. w.e.f. May 2014. A representative from the Hoswin Incinerator collects the waste from IITI campus 3 Days a week (i.e. Monday, Wednesday, Friday).

    Contact Details for Hoswin Incinerator is as follows:

    Mr. Pramod Chowksey
    Hoswin Incinerator Pvt. Ltd., 196 A-197, B- Sector-F, Sanwar Road, Indore
    Ph. No. : Mob. 9755644433   Tel 0731-4042445

    The Bio Waste is collected in different coloured poly bags (according to the category) kept in Institute Campus BSBE Lab.

    The colour coding of poly bags according to the waste is described below:

    1. Yellow Plastic Bag: Microbiology & Biotechnology waste (wastes from laboratory cultures, stocks or specimens of micro-organisms live or attenuated vaccines, human and animal cell culture used in research and infectious agents from research and industrial laboratories, wastes from production of biological, toxins, dishes and devices used for transfer of cultures)

    2. Blue Plastic Bag: Waste Sharps (needles, syringes, scalpels blades, glass etc. that may cause puncture and cuts. This includes both used & unused sharps).

    Campus: Do’s & Don’t

    • Calm and quite stay at the hostel, mess dining halls and classrooms.
    • Observance of safety regulations while at labs.
    • Avoid unnecessary interference with other public (not concerned with IIT)
    • We expect Exemplary moral conduct from our students.

    • Please maintain a habit of good dress up especially at dining hall in the mess.
    • Students are advised not to cross Highway which is located in front of Silver Springs Township for any reason(s). IIT community members resideing at Silver Springs Phase II are advised to use the underpass to come to Silver Springs Phase I and vice versa.
    • Please do not crowd in individual units- there are other families staying in the premises.
    • Smoking, consumption of liquor, storage, handling/disposal of toxic, inflammable, hazardous, dangerous material is strictly prohibited. In case found strict action would be taken against the individual found doing so.
    • Fire Fighting equipment are installed in the units, usage should be done only on emergency. Please notify after usage if any.
    • Undergraduates are not allowed to drive powered vehicles.
    • Wearing of Helmets is must for all two wheeler drivers.
    • More than two persons are not allowed on two wheelers.

    #CAUTION: Tempering of any safety/security signage and instruments may attract extreme penalty and punishment.

    Alerts & Notice

  • This is to inform all that Monday (dated Sep. 15, 2014) onwards entry at Main Campus (Simrol) will be restricted and Identity Cards will be checked at the boom-barrier. Your cooperation is highly solicited.
  • This is to inform all that stickers for four and two wheeler vehicles are now available with Safety and Security Department.,
  • Vehicle Stickers

    Officials requiring the vehicle stickers may deposit the copy of RC of their vehicle duly signed with Name, Designation, department and their ID code.

    The document so deposited by them will be forwarded to Security Help Desk at IET and they can reveive their vehicle sticker on next day from the security help desk they wish to collect

    Following is requested for usage of the stickers:

    • Copy of the Registration Certificate of the vehicle
    • The stickers in four wheelers may be pasted on front windscreen on left side which is easily visible and identifiable
    • The stickers in two wheelers may be pasted on front body at a location which is easily visible and identifiable
    • Please return the stickers to security helpdesk in the event of sale of the vehicle, change of job from IIT Indore to some outside agency at indore or any other part of country/outside country
    • Re-issuance will be considered on individual request on need basis.
    • Please note that the stickers are for facilitating identification of vehicles of faculty and staff in our parking etc., display of the sticker on vehicle does not dispense the production of individual identity cards while making entry to any of the campus of the institute.

    ID Cards

    Temporary Identity Cards for people with short term assignments are being issued from Security Department

    DOCUMENTS REQUIRED

  • An application duly forwarded by the concerned authority
  • one Stamp size photograph
  • The Temporary Id Card will be issued same day

    Discipline Committees

  • Biosciences and Biomedical Engineering Safety Committee

  • Dr. Debasis Nayak (Convener)
    Dr. C. Venkatesh
    Dr. Amit Kumar
    Head BSBE (Ex Officio)
    Mr. Subodh Mishra (Student representative)


  • Chemistry Safety Committee

  • Dr. Anjan Chakraborty (Convener)
    Dr. Suman Mukhopadhyay
    Head Chemistry (Ex Officio)
    Ms. Sarita Batra


  • Electrical Engineering Safety Committee

  • Dr. Vipul Singh
    Dr. Vasudevan S.
    Dr. Trapti Jain


  • Mechanical Engineering Safety Committee

  • Dr. Anand Parey (Convener)
    Dr. Neelesh K. Jain
    Dr. Rithunesh Kumar


  • MEMS Safety Committee

  • Dr. Ajay Kumar Kushwaha (Convener)
    Dr. Shaikh M. Mobin
    Dr. Parashuram Shirage
    Dr. Sunil Kumar


  • Physics Safety Committee

  • Dr. Krushna Mavani
    Dr. Sarika Jalan
    Dr. Sudeshna Chattopadhya

    Safety and Security Committee of the Institute


    Dr. Abhirup Datta (Convener)
    : abhirup.datta@iiti.ac.in
    : +91 731 2438 748

    Dr. Kapil Ahuja (Member)
    : kahuja@iiti.ac.in

    Dr. Mirza S. Baig (Member)
    : msb@iiti.ac.in
    : +91(7324) 306742

    Personnel


    Mr. Ramakant Kaushik (C.S.O.)
    : cso@iiti.ac.in
    : +91 731 2438 986

    Mr. Atul K. Saran (Assistant, Security)
    : atulsaran@iiti.ac.in
    : +91 731 2438 986
    Lost & Found

    Any item found by any of the person on campus is required to bring it to the notice of Security Department. The item is required to be deposit with the nearest Security Guard or the Security Helpdesk.

    Any lost item may be notified to the Security helpdesks so that item may be returned to the owner soon it is found by the Security Department.

    Contact Us




  • Security Help Desk Simrol   0731-2438917,7509062839(M)
  • Security Help Desk (Silver Spring)
      7509062835

  • Chief Security Officer (CSO)
       0731-2438986, 7581055527(M)







  • Office address
    IIT Indore
    Khandwa Road Simrol, Distt: Indore (M.P.) 453 552

  • Security Help Desk   securityhelpdesk@iiti.ac.in

  • Chief Security Officer (CSO)   cso@iiti.ac.in