If you fail to plan, you plan to fail.
This is why we can confidently say the successes we enjoy at MIT are as a result of our ingrained planning culture.
During our 11th Graduation ceremony MIT launched its 3rd strategic plan for the year 2022-2027.
The Board of governors led by the Chair Dr. Bernard Muia formulated the current strategic plan having picked valuable lessons from the previous 2014-2019 MIT strategic plan.
The team was careful to involve all stakeholders in the preparation and adoption of this document.
It is worth noting the plan has been aligned to the national aspirations set out in vision 2030, TVET Act No.29 of 2013, Legal Notice No.91 of June 2016.
This document provides a road map aimed at transforming MIT into a world class college that prides itself as a research and innovation hub.
The document looks at our achievements, challenges faced, our strengths, weaknesses and even opportunities. So as to enable us move and make decisions from a point of knowledge.
We commend all key players (Board members, Directors, Principal, staff & consultants) that contributed to the realization of this crucial document.
We urge especially staff and management to familiarize themselves with it since it is the road map to our future.
It’s a 5 year plan and we hope to make the days count not count the days as we implement it.
We have a plan, now let’s make it work.
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