(An Institute of National Importance, by an act of the Parliament)Estd. 2010
The National Institute of Technology, Arunachal Pradesh was inaugurated on 18th August, 2010 as a member of a group of ten new NITs. These new NITs were established as centres of excellence in technical education to combat the growing need of technological professionals in India as well as in the World. The Institute has been through many trials since its establishment in 2010; but ultimately has triumphed over all challenges and is thriving today with more than 600 students on roll and many distinguished members of faculty as well as a good many numbers of competent administrative personnels.
Vision-"Our vision is to impart quality technical education with strong underpinning of sound knowledge in the domain. Our approach is interactive, innovative and quintessentially holistic. Our goal is to produce imaginative entrepreneurs, technology leaders of the new millennium and researchers with a profound sense of humanistic and ethical values."
Mission-"Our mission is that of producing such Technical Engineers who will not run after jobs , but for whom jobs will run after them, and such that they will create employment and develop new technologies for a faster, sustainable and inclusive growth."