Federally Chartered Degree Awarding Institute Recognized by HEC

Sir Syed CASE Institute of Technology
Engineering management is a specialized form of supervision that is concerned with the application of engineering principles to business practice. Engineering management is a career that brings together the technological problem-solving savvy of engineering and the organizational, administrative, and planning abilities of management in order to oversee complex enterprises from conception to completion. Example areas are product development, manufacturing, construction, software project management, design engineering, industrial engineering, technology, production, supply chain management, industrial redesign,or any other field that employs personnel who perform an engineering function.
Successful engineering managers typically require training and experience in business and engineering. Technically inept managers tend to be deprived of support by their technical team, and non-commercial managers tend to lack commercial acumen to deliver in a market economy. Largely, engineering managers are technically sound individuals who are driven by entrepreneurial thinking. Engineering professionals joining manufacturing companies sometimes become engineering managers by default after a period of time. They are required to learn how to manage once they are on the job, though this is usually an ineffective way to develop managerial abilities.
About the Society
The society itself is vectored on the idea to synergize the efforts and innovative capabilities of Pakistani professionals so that they can have a unique platform to discuss, formulate and apply various concepts and industry driven solutions for the betterment of this country. It is a place where we put knowledge into action and thrive on the outcomes.
The society itself welcomes everybody from working professionals to young engineers to present their research, case studies or to use this as a platform to go into the industry and contribute.
The objectives are as vivid as the problems faced by our industry. We want improvement, and that too which can be seen, felt and quantified. We are not here to only address the masses without looking at the results. As such we are committed to invade the problematic industry, to train the professionals and to mentor the talents.