Our vision is to evolve this institute into a comprehensive research-oriented centre for higher education.
PIET aims to provide its students an education with the relevance, depth, and breadth of related experience that will serve them well for the rest of their lives. Our students will enjoy the advantages that come from engaging with a leading-edge curriculum, highly qualified faculty, and an intellectual community that values diversity, interdisciplinary teamwork, and inventiveness.
In today's environment of rapid and transformational change, one thing is constant and that is acquiring knowledge and among these, Engineering profession is the one which serves as the backbone of a country's economy. Engineers play their inevitable role towards national development by exploiting their potential for ingenuity and innovation. They facilitate human life by making it more convenient, comfortable and enviable.They can help solve critical problems like pollution, the energy crisis and the spread of contagious diseases. Electrical engineering is at the heart of most current technological breakthroughs. Any device with energy or IT component is derived from in-depth knowledge of electrical engineering. It is a broad field encompassing many areas of study. It offers the widest range of career possibilities.
Multan, is one of the oldest city not only in South Asia but in the world. It has been postulated that the current name is derived from the Sanskrit name Mulasthana named after a Sun Temple. This city has seen a lot of warfare because of its location on a major invasion route between South Asia and Central Asia.
Multan has a tradition which goes back to the Bronze Age. Rich in archaeology and the history, the city has a lot to offer for those in search of culture. But, more then anything, it’s the monuments that give the region a glory of its own. It is famous for its Sufi shrines. Multan eid gah, Shah Rukan-e-Alam Tomb, Tomb of Saint Bahauddin Zakarya, Tomb of Shah Shamas Sabzwari are those masterpieces which remind one of the affluent civilizations and blend of cultures in the history of Multan.
Multan has always remained a centre of excellence in education. Hazrat Bahauddin Zakariya (1171 - 1263 A.D.), a Muslim religious scholar and saint, established a school of higher learning in theology in Multan; where scholars from all over the world came for studies and research.