It is my privilege to share my views from the Dean’s chair. During its 12-year long journey, the Office of International Relations has undertaken a series of initiatives to develop academic collaborations with foreign universities. With an aim of improving preparedness of faculty to meet the global expectations, a series of mentoring sessions and interactive workshops with several revered foreign university professors were organized. Despite the challenges involved, the IRO Office successfully developed sustainable plans and methodologies while also navigating the difficulties associated with time zone differences across the globe. IRO has been striving to organize mentoring sessions professionally designed for faculties to not only enhance their ability to perform high quality research but also to foster creativity, innovation and entrepreneurship among the students. Being a signatory member of the Washington Accord, it is mandatory for us to make our education system outcome-based. As such, we are committed to ensure the highest quality assurance standards for implementing in our engineering programmes in global context. We aim to generate groomed learners through our carefully designed unique techniques which are poised to enrich their technical knowledge, skills and attitude to make them globally competent in terms of employment and entrepreneurship.