Message from the Dean Engineering & Technology
Engineering connects sciences and humanities by applying scientific principles for advancement of the human race. A successful engineer understands the intricacies of science in general and equally appreciates history and psychology. Engineering facilitates the meeting of a limited world of science with the limitless world of human talents and passions. The populist view about engineering just as education is not entirely true. A student of mathematics not always become a mathematician, a student of history not always become a historian and a student of physics not always become a physicist. Certainly, not all engineering students pursue a career as engineers. But they pursue an education that ties the sciences to the humanities. Engineering education develops quantitative thinking and skill of problem-solving even in the face of incomplete knowledge. Engineering is essential and liberal education for our technologically driven world. We at Invertis strive to position our students on the global map by imparting extraordinary professionalism to succeed as innovators, communicators, project leaders, problem solvers and above all ethical citizens. So that the global community can be benefitted.