Values and Core Principles

The culture of an institution is a shared system of values, beliefs and attitudes that shapes and enhances behavior. The culture is determined through the organization from top to bottom and we must live our values to continuously improve.  We define our culture broadly by six operating Core Principles that guide us.

1. Student Focus

The primary focus is not only to educate the students but to inspire them to become innovative and contribute to the society.

2. Strengthen Faculty and Staff

The faculty inspires us and directs all we do academically.  The staff delivers the administrative services and partner with the faculty.  Newer inputs have to be added continuously to the capabilities of people.

3. Foster Leadership and ethical decision making

Leadership and ethical decision making are essential for the growth of the organization and individual.

4. Committed to accountability and excellence

If we are to remain relevant and attract the best of the students and faculty the culture of excellence shall pervade the whole institution both in academic and administrative areas.

5. Focus on Resource Management 

The financial well-being of an institution is critical for its success.  We embrace responsibility-centered Management for improving our financial strength.

6. Heighten Reputation

All the units of the institution will gain in many ways through reputation and it is everyone’s Endeavor to add to the reputation.

While our strategy for action may not directly reflect our core principles, they invariably go into our basic planning & development processes.