Institut Teknologi Teknik Telekomunikasi (IT Telkom Jakarta) is a transformation of the Akademi Telkom Sandhy Putra Jakarta, which was transformed on 02 June 2021 based on the Decree of the Minister of Education, Culture, Research, and Technology Number 232/E/O/2021. 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 of the quality of the human resource as an output/outcome and society and its environment.
IT Telkom Jakarta has 2 different campus sites. Campus A located in front of the provincial road in Daan Mogot street, KM. 11, Jakarta Barat 11710, DKI Jakarta and Campus B located in Jl. Halimun Raya No.2, RT.15/RW.6, Guntur, Kecamatan Setiabudi, Kota Jakarta Selatan, Daerah Khusus Ibukota Jakarta 12980. Industrial and residential areas also surrounded the campus. Furthermore, in the north part of campus A, there is the Java sea. The flood blocked access to campus every year, particularly every wet season. Therefore, noise pollution, gas and particulate emissions, underground water pollution, and natural disasters should be addressed properly.
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.
IT Telkom Jakarta (ITTJ) main campus (Campus A & B) is located in the city center and surrounded by industrial and residential areas which are located in Cengkareng (Campus A) and Setiabudi (Campus B) District, Jakarta. The district Cengkareng has a total area of 26,54 km² and a total population of 601.156, whereas Setiabudi District has a total area of 8,85 km² and a total population of 140,985. It means a high population density of 22,651 inhabitants per km² for Cengkareng District and 15,931 inhabitants per km² for the Setiabudi District.
Ratio of open space towards total area: 82%
Figure 1 is campus A, and the open space area is in between the white line and red line is about 7913 m2
Figure 2 is campus B, where the area in the yellow line is an open space 731 m2
The average percentage university budget for our university is 30%
Health facilities in ITTJ :
IT Telkom Jakarta has 2 hydroponic installations: hydroponics with a DFT system located on Campus A Daan Mogot and has 80 planting holes. Meanwhile, on-campus B Halimun placed an NFT hydroponic system that has 120 planting holes. This hydroponics installation is used for growing lettuce and for seeding is once a month. In addition to conservation, this hydroponic installation is also used for Internet of Things research.