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Mission & Vision


To develop high quality technical education and personnel with a sound footing on basic engineering principles, technical and managerial skills, innovative research capabilities, and exemplary professional conduct to lead and to use technology for the progress of mankind, adapting themselves to changing technological environment with the highest ethical values as the inner strength.

The Institute is committed to generating, disseminating, and preserving knowledge, and to working with others to bring this knowledge to bear on the world's great challenges. Prime College of Engineering is dedicated to providing its students with an education that combines rigorous academic study and the excitement of discovery with the support and intellectual stimulation of a diverse campus community. We seek to develop in each member of the Prime College community the ability and passion to work wisely, creatively, and effectively for the betterment of humankind.

Within the overall goals outlined some specific goals should be spelled out. It is that the Prime College of Engineering must continue to engage in manpower development but their students must be different and special. A Prime student must be an agent of change of Technology practice in the country, and initiate a new working culture in our industry, with a view to increase productivity and bring to industry the capacity to innovate. Some Prime graduates should, therefore, become entrepreneurs themselves for starting new science based, technology oriented industries. They are thus to be so trained by the Prime College as to build into their value system, a sense of responsibility to their country and a desire to serve for the society. Their perception should preclude Hi-Tech. as an important tool to solve ground level problems.


As the information Age is ushering in, thanks to the technological advancements in the area of technology, the country will look towards The Primes to be lead-agents for promoting training, research support and technology development in many thrust areas. The goals of a Prime, therefore, must specifically include helping such changes happen in this country in a programmed manner and faster. It is for each Prime to decide on what priority areas they need to emphasize, from time to time to plan for them.
The institute must continue to interact more closely with other technology institutions and be the leading centers of Technical Teacher training. Faculty in the Prime College of Engineering should become visible agents of change, as natural partners for upgrading standards of Technical Education, research in general, and specifically development of newer programmes in the technical institutions in the region where they are located.
Extension activities will make their programmes realistic, their research work more relevant and they will acquire expertise enough to act as consultants to a consultant. Such orientation will enable us to become an important link between Technology and Development.