The general aims and objectives of our programme are to produce Civil Engineers with competence to meet national needs and aspirations of industrial development and technological emancipation. The training is aimed at not producing white collar sit-in-the office professionals but confident, self reliant, field engineers who will not only plan, design, construct and maintain civil engineering projects but also would be problem solvers and not liabilities to their employers. They will not only be self-employed but will be employers of labour. We aim at providing our students with sufficient academic background, entrepreneur skills and practical training to enable them to confront the challenges of our developing economy.
Our graduates are being prepared to meet international standards in Engineering practice and to perform optimally in a new world environment ruled by ICT and able to adapt and adopt the advance technology of the Developed countries to solve our local engineering problems.