Director Corner


A LICET engineer is formed under the foundations of Jesuit pedagogy and are pillared by four areas namely Academics, Industry exposure, Holistic formation and International exposure. Therefore, it is expected that LICET engineer grows to be unique at the end of the four years of his or her life in LICET. He or she is not one among many but the unique one among the many. These pillars draw the source from the Jesuit higher education pedagogy which is ‘forming men and women for others’. A LICET engineer not only thinks of his or her life but also looks around and while he or she admiring the grandeur of God’s creation, tries to co-create and engineer a world where every human person gets a space and chance to contribute for a better life.
Academics are not merely for passing or getting marks though passing with minimum marks is a basic requirement for the Indian educational system. But academic would also mould a person into an expert in a particular discipline. A sound knowledge in subject would be a requirement for a graduate to become eligible to be employed in the industry. LICET follows the syllabus prescribed by the university. Besides, it also looks into the skill part of the students providing them with extra coaching classes and modules. Students are encouraged to take up these modules so that they have add on abilities at the end of their formation to face the challenges with confidence. The LICETINEER would always aim for magis - higher, wider, deeper and farther.

Extra Cariculam

Rev Dr Maria Wenisch SJ.



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