• To establish ourselves as a world class institution and as a centre of excellence in teaching & research, producing professionals of outstanding calibres.
• To be the fountainhead of new ideas and of innovators in technology and science.
• To be an institution of international repute committed to the holistic development of individual and society.
• To provide quality education to students in the areas of science, technology and produce engineers/ managers to satisfy the requirements of the industry and the overall needs of the society.
• To create an ambience in which new ideas, research and scholarship flourish and from which the leaders and innovators of tomorrow emerge.
• To infuse a sense of excitement among students in the discovery of new knowledge through innovative research that encourages entrepreneurship and economic development to benefit our global society.
• To undertake collaborative projects which offer opportunities for long-term interaction with academia and industry.
• To develop human potential to its fullest extent so that intellectually capable and imaginatively gifted leaders can emerge in a range of professions.
Cambridge Institute of Technology seeks to stimulate, nurture and develop professionals of the finest international calibre and foster creativity and growth for excellence. The institute has the following broad objectives:
• To provide the best possible educational facilities for training students for the careers in technology and science.
• To provide extensive knowledge of a particular discipline and relevant professional knowledge and skill, and respect for the principles, discipline, values and ethics of a chosen profession.
• To provide a creative atmosphere in which higher studies and research thrive both amongst the students and the faculty.
• To organize a short intensive courses, conferences and seminars on current technological developments which will be of benefit to the surrounding community.
• To organize quality improvement programmes for faculty members from various engineering colleges.
• To provide leadership in curriculum design and development.
• To conduct research activities focused on national priority areas in engineering and technology that will cultivate creative and innovative endeavours and promote economic development;
• To establish linkages and mutual assistance with government, industry and other institutions in the areas of engineering education, research and extension services.