Sindhuli Community Technical Institute(SCTI) has been established in the year 2014 AD, a solely nonprofit community institution in joint venture and support of DCC Sindhuli, Kamalamai Municipality, signing a trilateral agreement with CTEVT. The institute mainly proposes to offer technical and vocational training mainly in the field of engineering, agriculture and health. SCTI has been running in land owned by CTEVT to establish SCTI by the decision of the Nepal government at Nunthala by November 2015. The Nunthala area is situated at ward no. 6 of Kamalamai Municipality. It has an area of 3.399 hectares (5 Bigha 7 Dhoor 2 Pai). The institute site is well defined by the entrance road to North and two seasonal streams to the east and west. The site has a land mark of a giant Bo and Banyan (Pipal and Barr in Nepali) tree at the middle of land.
A leading polytechnic that provides a qualitative training and education to create skilled manpower, and generates new knowledge for society and industry.
To produce skilled technical workforce as per community and industrial needs is our mission. SCTI is a community based institution promoting qualitative technical education by means of advancing knowledge and its practical application through advance teaching, research and innovation.
Goal 1: Creating educational opportunities for all and continuing excellence in education.
Goal 2: Align programs, initiatives, and services to ensure student success and to meet community and industry needs.
Goal 3: Improve institutional infrastructure for leadership and accountability across all functions of the institute.
Goal 4: Striving to quality management.
Goal 5: Build a sustainable business model for resources and industry partnerships.
Institute has been planning to extend the academic, practical and research program in their own land acquired in Kamalamai Municipality-8, Tintaley Pathiparan, Sindhuli having land area 2.7 Hectare.