Core Values

Core Values:


The institution has run over with its own strategy with a systematic plan so that it reflects its core values in different segmentations such as:
  • This is how we believe that, the present Technical, IT, Production, Operation, business markets and services are there to which we are providing skilled technocrats for better services.
  • It creates and trained technocrats/Professionals those who are contributing to the ultimate benefit of society through the sustainable value generated by efficient engineers, effective investment by the companies for better Production and Profitability.
  • We aim to maintain, a Good stewardship and high ethical standards which are necessary for trust and confidence to be secured.
  • Resource allocation and resource utilization properly (Management) is the main vision of the institute in order to serve a better platform for our Professionals.
  • We are following a high ethical principle and professional standard which are essential to gain positive outcomes, rules and regulations, while it required.
  • The Institute has been imparting quality of education to the students through highly qualified, trained and enriched group of faculty.
  • The institution has concentrated on quality of research and its developments for various departments in order to receive various funded projects from Government and Non-Government schemes by which faculty members and student’s knowledge, skill and experience are enhanced.
  • Strategic Planning:

    There is a specific strategic plan in the education sector adopted by each and every institute .Here, a plan is the physical product or blue print of the strategic planning process that embodies the guiding orientations on how to operate an education institution in a systematic way and within a larger national development perspective, which is evolving by nature and often involves constraints .Hence the EATM, Bhubaneswar has makes its own strategy in order to build up the following plans and beliefs:
  • Investment services will thrive only if principals and assets owners have trust in the system and obtain fair and sustainable results from the services and actions of agents.
  • Significant systemic risks arise from the complexity and inter‐connectedness of markets and instruments, to which effective industry structure and excellent practice are critical.
  • Economic and political power is broadening out across a wider range of countries and regions, requiring significant strategic re-balancing.
  • Imbalances in the macroeconomic and technical environment, present significant opportunities, challenges, and risks.
  • The institution has Transformational changes in demography, the environment, and the limits of natural resources and its proper utilization, present significant challenges and opportunities.
  • Institution Strategic planning is a continuous process that does not end with specific a plan. In the process of implementation, the institution’s strategic plan is periodically reviewed depending on the changing circumstances.