Setting & Infrastructure (SI)

Number Of Campus Sites

Description :

Institut Teknologi Teknik Telekomunikasi Sandhy Putra Jakarta (IT Telkom Jakarta) was established on 13 May 2002 based on the Decree of the Minister of National Education of the Republic of Indonesia No. 94/D/O/2002 regarding the establishment of IT Telkom Jakarta and its Program Study of Telecommunication Engineering in Diploma degree. This educational institution is previously organized by Yayasan Sandhykara Putra Telkom (YSPT); however, in 2015, a merger between YSPT and Yayasan Pendidikan Telkom (YPT) was granted by the Notarial Deed (Tedy Triadi, S.H., No. 1, 10 July 2015) and the Ministry of Law and Human Rights of the Republic of Indonesia (No. AHU-AH.01.06-1899, 10 December 2015). 18 years as a servant in education have been making us focus and aware not only of the quality of the human resource as an output/outcome but also of society and its environment.

IT Telkom Jakarta campus was situated in front of the provincial road in Daan Mogot street, KM. 11, Jakarta Barat 11710, DKI Jakarta. The campus was also surrounded by industrial and residential areas. Furthermore, in the north part of the campus, there is the Java sea. Increasing sea level due to climate change, in contrast to decreasing land level, have been registering in our internal risk evaluation. Every year, particularly every wet season, access to campus was blocked by the flood. Therefore, noise pollution, gas and particulate emission, underground water pollution, and natural disasters should be addressed properly. We then are following UI GreenMetric in 2019 to measure our preparedness for internal and external factors for the sustainable growth of our institution in the (near) future.

Topography of DKI Jakarta

Campuss Settings


Institut Teknologi Telkom Jakarta has 9.230 m2 and it is located in West Jakarta, province of DKI Jakarta. The height is near the sea level (Fig. 1). The location is flanked by two main rivers, Cisadane and Ciliwung river. There is Mookervart and Cengkareng Drain channel to anticipate flooding cases in West Jakarta. Even that our location is free of the flood, but access to our campus is limited when heavy rain is occurred in downstream or upstream.

As one of the Telkom Education Area (Fig. 2), we were enclosed by many modes of transportation, i.e., busway and train. Our near bus and train stations are Jembatan Gantung and Taman Kota, respectively. These stations are connecting to many cities (Bogor, Depok, Tanggerang, and Bekasi). As near the main road, a hundred thousand vehicles across our campus every day.

Same as the main problem above, an industrial area near our campus also made the air quality is not good enough. Based on our practice using low-cost CO2 sensors in Bandung, the lockdown situation due to the pandemic of Covid-19 did not make the CO2 concentrations are decreased. Only PM2.5 can be lowered than usual. In addition, the open burning of residential-waste has still happened near our campus.

The same situation might be happening to the groundwater. However, this year, we just initiated the program for the incinerator and air quality monitoring systems. The rain and water quality will be implemented in 2021.

Total Campus Area (meter2)


Total area: 9,23 km² (5,73 mi²) = 9.236 m2

Total distance/circumference: 0,401 km (0,24 mi) = 401 m

Institut Teknologi Telkom Jakarta has 9.230 m2 of total area. Based on letter of contract No. K.TEL.712/HK.810/COP-A0600000/2012 17 December 2012, this space is rent from PT Telekomunikasi Indonesia, Tbk. (Telkom) until 31 October 2035 to Telkom Foundation. This area is in part of Telkom Education Area in Jakarta. Surrounding by trees, this area also as water infiltration; therefore, we have free of flood every year in our campus area.

Setting and Infrastructure

Total Campus Building (m²)


In 2020, IT Telkom Jakarta has 1.937 m2 total area of building. It consists of management and employee building, 8-place of class with capacities 40 person per class, 12-room for the practicum class, student activities room, praying room, tenant for food and beverage, and sport activities. Please see the Table 1 for complete number of room and its size.

To continue and sustain our institution, we would like to change our form of the institution from Academic to Institute; therefore, in  2021, we would like to have Campus B as a complement to accommodate the increasing capacities of the student body.

The ratio of open space to total area.


Ratio of open space over total area in IT Telkom Jakarta is:

Therefore, the ratio of open space on our campus is 84%. With only one program study and around 500 civitas academia in 2020, we have a lot of open green space. Not only for esthetic and ambient atmosphere for education, but this space also can increase oxygen level and reduce carbon dioxide concentrations simultaneously. The temperature level in the daytime also can reduce significantly without using any kind of electrical appliance. Water infiltration has built ecologically without any kind of technology embedded inside the campus. We would like to manage comprehensively in the future caused by our strategy to accommodate the student body. However, the acoustic level in our class is sometimes annoying for education activities.

Total Area on Campus Covered in Forest Vegetation (meter2)


From the open space we have, IT Telkom Jakarta has 321m2 total area covered by vegetation (shown as green block in Fig. 1). We acknowledge that this vegetation can enhance our air circulation naturally. And it is also for water trap in wet and dry season. The vegetation space in our campus can balance of water flow from interception, infiltration, evaporation, and transpiration.

Total area: 9.236 m2 
Total vegetation space: 321 m2
Rasio of vegetation space over total area: (321 / 9326) * 100% = 3%

Total area on campus for water absorption besided forest and planted vegetation (please provide total area in square meters)


We have 1240 m2 of the total area that can be functioned as water absorption. This is around 13% of the total area campus. That is why every year our campus is free of the flood. In 2020, we optimized our infrastructure for avoiding obstacles every drop of water. Climate change phenomena, as well as La Nina, in this wet season, made us make policy regarding water flow in the campus area.

Furthermore, we have a unique land structure in our campus area. Under heavy traffic caused by national road and noise for the vehicles every day, this space can also reduce the pollutant. We deployed track inside the campus for society. Every month, the government task force has helped us to maintain the tree and green space in front of the main building.

Total area on campus for water absorption besided forest and planted vegetation (please provide total area in square meters)


We have 919 m2 of total area for water absorption besided forest and planted vegetation. As we mentined before, this area can reduce significantly from the flood and produced groundwater in the dry season.

Kawasan IT Telkom Jakarta

Total Area (m²)
Area Hijau (m²)
Area Parkir (m²)