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Did you know India produces over 1 million engineering graduates annually?

Also, statistics suggest that there are 3000 plus engineering colleges in the country. The number might have rosen in this exact minute as we speak to you. India’s love towards the profession of engineering isn’t a recent time discovery.

Engineering is a noble profession. Think about it, without an engineer’s innovation and effort, our lives wouldn’t be this smooth. From the light we switch on in the morning to the car we ride back home exhausted from work, every machine is the result of an engineer’s sweat, hardwork and undying determination.

Well known in the state of Karnataka for the world class education and academic environment catered to our students, the Cambridge Institute of Technology has earned its reputation over the past four years and created a legacy for the future generations to follow.

So if there are n number of engineering colleges in the entire country for you to choose from, why should you choose CIT? What is it that we offer which others don’t?

Apart from the infrastructure in par with the leading institutes of the country, well qualified and experienced faculty members, state of the art laboratories, Research facilities and a number of other factors, we tackle the one prominent problem that others don’t. Unemployment.

Sit down with a cup of tea with an engineer and we guarantee you the topic of unemployment would definitely show up at some point in the conversation. The engineering graduates of the entire nation are struggling with the unemployment crisis which has been haunting the field for quite a long time now. Some people state that the primary reason for the growing unemployment is the rise in the number of engineers and the colleges. But that’s a wrong assumption. The reason for the rising unemployment is the growing skill gap between the academia and the industrial needs. While industries demand real time skills, our fresh graduates fail to demonstrate the same.

How do we tackle it?

We tackle and eliminate the issue from it’s grassroot level.

1. Prioritizing experiential and practical learning
2. Additional Specialization courses
3. Talent transformation hub

We segue the emphasis from theory and textbook based learning to practical methods of learning. Industries demand real time skills. We thoroughly train our students in classrooms through instances taken from our everyday lives and real time projects in laboratories. Frequent guest lectures, industrial visits, webinars and exhibitions of projects, the students are made familiar with the industrial operations in the early part of their career.

Identifying your domain of interest is the most important step for every engineering student. Once you identify your interests, you can centre your focus on the particular field going forward, because a lot of students suffer from choosing the wrong career paths in the field often. We offer three different specialization courses under our core engineering courses. This enables the student to identify their area of interest from the beginning itself. In addition to that, the student is encouraged to build a technical portfolio right from the first year of college. This undoubtedly increases the employability of a given engineering student.

The talent transformation hub is another initiative undertaken by the CIT with a primary focus on equipping our students with practical skills which comes in handy when they enter the professional world. These practical skills allow our students to undertake the entrepreneurial path too. The hub enhances the employability potential of cambrians to a great extent. Taking into account the holistic development of every student, TTH focuses on development of technical, aptitude, soft, communication and digital skills.

Now here’s a question for you, why would anybody not choose CIT’s engineering program?

Dr. G. Indumathi

Principal, Cambridge Institute of Technology

  • Ph.D. completed during 2012, Dr. M.G.R University Chennai
  • M.Tech Industrial Electronics from SJCE Mysore under VTU in the year 2003
  • B.E. Electronics and Communication , SJCE Mysore , Mysore University in the year 1987

“Technical education is not learning of the facts, but the training of the Mind to think”

                                                                                                                      — Albert Einstein

Cambridge Institute of Technology focuses on imparting quality education to all. We provide an opportunity to all our students to develop the qualities of global professionals. An academic platform through standardized teaching learning processes assist the students towards achieving academic excellence. At Cambridge  Institute of Technology, the students are trained on emerging technologies through Industry collaborative programmes, Real time projects and Internship opportunities through Industry sponsored labs, participate in research activities in advanced research labs. A start up ecosystem is established at the Institute for students and faculty with mentoring, training and infrastructure support to inculcate the start up culture among the young minds. Students have ample opportunities to participate in sports and extra curricular activities. Technical competencies through various clubs at the Departments. Our goal is to develop our students as technocrats who can contribute  to the society and build a sustainable eco system.