Pandalam Polytechnic Global Alumni- Palm International extending the activities involving the members of the parent institution from different part of the world. The association started on 2007 with an initial strength of more than 200 engineers around the world. to stride for the wellbeing of its members and deserving students of Pandalam Polytechnic.
PALM offers a wide opportunity to enjoy a variety of events, leverage the power of our friendship in the name of our campus, meet fellow college alumni, accelerate your career through technical contacts, to promote social values and mingle with successful entrepreneurs in the same field. We request you to spread the news about our Alumni and help us to re-build our friendship stronger.
The Karma Pain & Palliative Care unit at NSS Polytechnic College, Pandalam started on year 2012. Palliative care is an approach that improves the quality of life of patients and their families facing the problem associated with incurable or long-term illness, relief of suffering by treatment of pain and other problems.
Palliative care provides relief from pain and other distressing symptoms. It affirms life and regards dying as a normal process. Intends neither to neither hasten nor postpone death but to offer a support that helps the patient to live as happily as possible till death, offers a support that helps family to cope with patient's illness and their own bereavement. Simply the idea is to 'add life to their days and not days to their life'
PALM Karma Ratna awarded to Smt. Uma Preman (CNN –IBN Award Winner, Vanitha Women of the year - 2014 ) during our Souhrida Sangamam 2015 event. Smt. Uma Preman runs a charity organization that offers medical information as well as financial and moral support to patients suffering from life-threatening medical conditions in India.
At first Smt. Uma Preman started off by motivating family members of patients to consider donating a kidney to save their loved ones. Over the years, Uma has facilitated kidney transplants for 640 patients, 62 of them are people working in the Gulf region. Around 150,000 others have received dialysis at the seven free and subsidized centers and two mobile dialysis units she runs in Kerala and Tamil Nadu.