The Shepherd Institute of Engineering and Technology (SIET) was formally started in the year 2002, and within a span of fourteen years, the learned faculty has transformed it into a leading engineering and technological institute in the region. The Institute lays emphasis on basic skills and core human issues so that the students become capable of adapting to the social changes, trainable as per requirements of the organizations, more capable of solving technological problems, ready to take up the global challenges and exhibiting leadership traits. The Institute endeavours to transform its students into competitive engineers with adequate knowledge and analytical skills so as to make them useful technocrats and potential employers in the country.
The Institute aspires to deliver high-quality education so as to produce confident professionals. Technical education requires an exceptional analytical capability, a good capacity to learn, creative thinking, innovative skills, ability to communicate, ability to learn quickly, imbibe knowledge and upgrade it. Such technical education, with continuous improvement is bringing out quality, healthy attitude and confidence among our students. Further, the school lays emphasis on providing adequate industrial exposure to its students and faculty, by having them interact regularly with the corporate world, so as to develop the inheritant competencies in the emerging industrial scenario. The Institute is also moving ahead to have tie-ups with various well-reputed international and national institutes and universities so as to generate technical networking, which intend to provide an impetus for future growth and development in academia. The core values of SIET are: excellence, innovative skills, interdisciplinary research and responsiveness towards the modern trends.
SHUATS offers the following courses
Note:- There are 15% & 25% Seats are reserved for ICAR sponsored candidates in Undergraduate and Postgraduate academic programmes. The Candidates admitted from Pure Science stream may be required to study deficiency courses of two additional semesters or 30 Credit Hours in the Agriculture P.G