10th Asian Forum for Accelerator and Detectors (AFAD 2019), February 13-15, 2019
19/11/2020 to 24/11/2020

MDP on Economic Indicator

The link for the registration of the program is mentioned below

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10th Asian Forum for Accelerator and Detectors (AFAD 2019), February 13-15, 2019

Webinar on Technology enabled holistic education

National Institute of Industrial Engineering, Mumbai organised a webinar on Technology-enabled holistic education on 30th September 2020 to discuss ways to integrate technology in implementing National Education Policy-2020. This webinar emphasised the role of technology in improving education in rural settings. Five hundred thirty-two participants registered for the programme. The deliberations were made with evolving technology to improve academic settings in rural India.

Director, NITIE Prof. Manoj Kumar Tiwari delivered the welcome speech emphasising on NITIE coining an initiative regarding the new education policy implementation through technology to improve education in villages. While emphasising on different facets of technological developments Padma Bhushan Prof. Sanjay Govind Dhande, Chairman BoG suggested the need of developing integrated curriculum such that along with scientific temperament, critical life skills are also learnt by all students. He reiterated the need to develop content on artificial intelligence, machine learning, system design, and as well as communication, empathy, moral, and to create Atmanirbhar Bharat.

Dr Madhav Sathe, social entrepreneur and Dr Upendra Kulkarni Head, Deendayal Research Institute, New Delhi presented the challenges related with ground realities, and how their teams have successfully designed programmes at taluka level and successfully integrated technological interventions to promote education in schools of rural India. Prof. Arvind Patil shared how NITIE could contribute to advancing technology-enabled holistic education through the Centre of Distance Learning. Prof. Vivekananda Khanapuri and Prof. Upasna A Agarwal invited suggestions and questions from registered participants. Participants brought several perspectives to the forum for discussion that includes the need for developing apps for student and teacher assessments, making videos on vocational and life skills, having post-graduate students work on live problems of rural education, among others. Prof. Nikhil K Mehta conducted the proceedings

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10th Asian Forum for Accelerator and Detectors (AFAD 2019), February 13-15, 2019

Talk by Prof. K. Sudhir

NITIE Mumbai is delighted to share that Prof. K. Sudhir, Professor, Yale University & Editor-in-Chief, Marketing Science (A FT 50 and A* Journal) gave an online Talk at NITIE on September 24, 2020

NITIE Director Prof. Manoj K. Tiwari gave opening remark and shared the NITIE’s research initiatives & welcomed him for the talk.

Prof. K. Sudhir gave his talk on the topic “Attribute Sentiment Scoring using Text Reviews with Deep Learning: Accounting for Attribute Silence”. It was attended by more than two hundred scholars from NITIE and other institutes in India and abroad. The session ended with Q & A from the participants.

Thank You Prof. K. Sudhir! We look forward to your active support and guidance in mentoring young research scholars at NITIE Mumbai.

10th Asian Forum for Accelerator and Detectors (AFAD 2019), February 13-15, 2019

Engineer’s Day-2020 Celebration

15th September is celebrated as the Engineer’s Day in India as a tribute to one of the first and finest engineers India has produced, Bharat Ratna Sir M. Visvesvaraya. He was an eminent scholar, a builder, a statesman, an educationist, and the most celebrated engineer in India, with his engineering prowess being portraited in distributing of water resources and construction of dams across India in such an efficient manner that his designs have prevented massive flooding. He had designed and patented a system of automatic weir water floodgates that were first installed in 1903 at Khadakvasla Reservoir near Pune. He gained prominent status when he designed a flood protection system for Hyderabad. He was instrumental in developing a system to protect the Visakhapatnam port from sea erosion.

National Institute of Industrial Engineering (NITIE) is always at the forefront of contributing to the development of the nation. The brightest minds in India are taught and exposed to Industrial Engineering tools and techniques at NITIE who can handle complex issues in business, and society. Business value, environmental consciousness, efficiency, effectiveness, productivity principles are nurtured amongst the students through theory, case studies, internships, field projects, seminars, conferences, expert lectures by prominent personalities across the globe.

This year Engineer’s Day has been celebrated in a unique way at NITIE by IISE-NITIE Chapter.

Prof. Balkrishna Narkhede welcomed all the Keynote Speakers, Director NITIE, faculty, Registrar, students, alumni, and staff of NITIE. Prof. Manoj Kumar Tiwari, Director NITIE delivered an Opening Remark. He explained the significance of Engineer’s Day and the legendary contribution of Sir M. Visveswaraya. He also highlighted the rationale behind the establishment of the IISE-NITIE Chapter.

Prof. Bopaya Bidanda, President of Institute of Industrial & System Engineers (IISE) and Ernest Roth Professor & Department Chair of Industrial Engineering at the University of Pittsburgh’s Swanson School of Engineering has inaugurated the IISE-NITIE Chapter and delivered an inaugural address on the occasion of Engineer’s Day. He explained the role of the industrial engineering discipline in national development. He is at the forefront in handling many projects on industrial engineering applications to businesses in a pandemic situation.

Prof. Darek Ceglarek from the University of Warwick UK has delivered a Keynote address. He enlightened the audience on Smart Manufacturing Systems and Digital Life-Cycle Management in the era of industry 4.0. He highlighted the significance of industry 4.0 in Product Life-Cycle Management such as Product Design & Development, Process Planning, Manufacturing, Quality Management, Supply Chain Management, etc. His talk was very innovative, research-oriented, inspiring for industrial engineers, and is well appreciated by the audience.

Mr. Harsha Venkatesh, Director Product Line Management from Enphase Energy Bengaluru has shared his entrepreneurial journey on this occasion. He discussed five commandments for success. These are Value Creation, finding mentors, life-long learning, two careers in parallel, running own race. His talk was very interesting and appreciated by the audience.

Prof. Milind Akarte expressed a Vote of Thanks.

A total of 650 students, faculty, alumni, industry practitioners and IISE Members have attended this program. A faculty team (comprising of Prof. Milind Akarte, Prof Vivekanand Khanapuri, Prof Vivek Khanzode, Prof Balkrishna Narkhede and Prof Rakesh Raut); and the student team (Ganesh Tated, Gaurav Singh Tomar and Tarak Kuthiala) worked under the guidance of Prof. Manoj Kumar Tiwari Director-NITIE to make this event successful. Many faculty members and supporting staff also helped to organize this event.

10th Asian Forum for Accelerator and Detectors (AFAD 2019), February 13-15, 2019

Online MDP on Application of AI/ML

NITIE Mumbai successfully completed its Online MDP on Application of AI/ML in Operations & Supply Chain Management. The inaugural session was taught by Prof. Manoj K. Tiwari (Director, NITIE) on Supply Chain Analytics.

Spread over 3 weekends (Aug 29- Sep 13), the faculty (Prof. Sushmita Narayana, Prof. Debabrata Das and Prof. Priyanka Verma) provided hands-on training to a diverse group of professionals in supply chain, operations & consulting roles in reputed firms such as Dabur, Mondelez, Kellogg India, Accenture, KPMG, Capgemini and Toyota Motors, along with academicians and a doctor too!

Participants were trained in concepts & use of platforms (Python & MS Excel) to implement supervised, unsupervised & reinforcement learning algorithms in operations & SCM problems. They also submitted weekly assignments for review in MS Teams Classroom.

Feedback received

  • "... Initially I was a little apprehensive about being able to grasp the fundamentals of a complex subject like AI-ML in a virtual MDP. However, your teaching style ensured the sessions were insightful as well as interesting while covering the right amount of detail"
  • "..smitten by the passion (of the faculty and participants) and in my own experience, it was the best"
  • " ...What I really liked about this course is the way all the faculty explained each topic. It was important to cover the fundamentals and they did it absolutely bang on."
  • "... They were patient with doubts and followed up on the assignments. It really took me back to my college days! Looking forward to more courses from them in future"

We wish the participants all the very best in their future endeavors.

10th Asian Forum for Accelerator and Detectors (AFAD 2019), February 13-15, 2019

International Ergonomics Webinar by NITIE Mumbai in collaboration with BRICSplus HFE

An International Ergonomics Webinar on the theme “Emerging Issues and Trends in Ergonomics and Human Factors research: The New Normal” was organized by NITIE, Mumbai in Collaboration with the BRICSplus Network on Human Factors and Ergonomics (BRICSplus HFE Network) on 12th September 2020. There were renowned professors in the area of Ergonomics and Human Factors Engineering from 7 different countries namely, India, US, Brazil, China, South Africa, Philippines and Portugal, who delivered talks on various emerging issues in the area of ergonomics, like role of Artificial Intelligence on Human Factors application in Industry, Human factor application during a pandemic etc. in the Webinar. The Chief Guest and Keynote speaker for the Webinar was Prof. VK Tewari, Director, IIT Kharagpur on the topic - Ergonomic Performance Evaluation in large Enterprises.

More than 400 delegates consisting of faculty members, research scholars, industry participants, professionals, designers and PG students from more than 20 different countries participated in this one-day Webinar.

The Webinar was inaugurated by the Director NITIE, Prof. Manoj Kumar Tiwari. Prof. V.B Khanapuri - Dean SRIC NITIE, Prof. Padmanav Acharrya - Dean Academic NITIE along with other faculty members of NITIE present during the inaugural session.

There was Panel discussion at the end of the Webinar in which all the distinguished speakers along with Director NITIE addressed on various questions raised by the delegates. The Webinar ended with Valediction session addressed by Prof. V.B Khanapuri and followed by vote of thanks.

The organizing team of the Webinar consisted of Prof. Manoj. K Tiwari, Prof. Vivek Khanzode and Prof. Rauf Iqbal. Media Support for the Webinar was provided by Prof. Purnima Sangle and Prof. Poonam Singh. Student volunteers were Ranjith, Ganesh, Gaurav, Sourabh, Saquib, Amay, Prashant, Shubham and Abhinav.

10th Asian Forum for Accelerator and Detectors (AFAD 2019), February 13-15, 2019

Webinar on National Education Policy: Contribution of Indian Values to Education

National Institute of Industrial Engineering organised a webinar on "National Education Policy: Contribution of Indian Values to Education" on 11/09/2020 at 11.30 a.m.. The objective of this webinar was to highlight contribution of Indian Value System in our Education System in the context of NEP 2020.

Shri Bhagat Singh Koshiyari, Hon'ble Governor of Maharashtra & Goa graced the webinar as the Chief Guest. Other esteemed dignitaries present were: Dr Vinay Sahasrabuddhe, MP & Chairman Parliamentary Standing Committee on Education; Dr Aniruddha Deshpande, Former Principal BMCC Pune; Prof Sanjay G. Dhande, Chairman NITIE Board of Governors & Shri Atul Kulkarni, Member NITIE Board of Governors.

All the dignitaries expressed how the positive changes in the education system will drive us towards growth and development.

On this occasion, Shri Basavaraj Swamy, Registrar; Prof. D.K. Srivastava, Prof. Padmanav Acharya, Prof. Purnima Sangle, Prof. Sushmita Narayana, Prof. Hema Date, Prof. Vivekanand Khanapuri etc. were present. The program witnessed enthusiastic participation by all faculty members, officers and students of the institute in virtual mode. The program ended with a vote of thanks by Prof. Manoj Tiwari, Director, #NITIE.

10th Asian Forum for Accelerator and Detectors (AFAD 2019), February 13-15, 2019

NITIE Mumbai signs MoU with Asian Institute of Technology, Bangkok, Thailand

National Institute of Industrial Engineering (NITIE) Mumbai and Asian Institute of Technology, (AIT) Bangkok are pleased to announce the signing of Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) for mutual cooperation between both Institutions for exchange of students, faculty and researchers, implementation of joint projects and to promote interest in research, teaching, training and consultancy activities of the respective institutions.

Prof. Manoj. K. Tiwari, Director NITIE Mumbai and Dr. Eden Y. Woon, President AIT Bangkok signed the MoU and look forward to starting new initiatives this year.

10th Asian Forum for Accelerator and Detectors (AFAD 2019), February 13-15, 2019

International Management Development Programmes (MDP) conducted at NITIE, Mumbai

NITIE, Mumbai has started International Management Development Programmes (MDP). NITIE is well known in the country for its executive education programmes. Executives from reputed public sector and private sector companies attend these programmes to enhance their knowledge and skills.

The first international MDP, Industrial Engineering for Productivity, started on 31 August, 2020 and conducted for five days with support of Webex. On this occasion, Prof. V. B. Khanapuri, Dean (SRIC) welcomed all the participants. Prof. D. K. Srivastava, Chairman International MDP, addressed the participants and told them about NITIE's contribution to executive education.

The programme was inaugurated by Dr. M. K. Tiwari, Director, NITIE Mumbai. He emphasized on role of Industrial Engineering education for improving productivity of organisations. This MDP conducted by Dr. KVSS Rao, Professor of Industrial Engineering, NITIE Mumbai. Various topics discussed during these five days, ie. principles of Industrial engineering, process Industrial engineering, product industrial engineering, etc.

The objective of the programme is to educate the participants about various industrial engineering tools and techniques and their application for improving productivity.

In the coming months, NITIE will be conducting five more international MDPs:-

  1. Supply Chain Management
  2. Data Science Applications in Finance
  3. Communications with Indian Organisations
  4. Business Strategy for Achieving Competitive Advantage
  5. Sustainability Leadership Development

Executives, working in India as well as foreign countries are eligible to attend these programmes. All programmes will be conducted with support of webex.

10th Asian Forum for Accelerator and Detectors (AFAD 2019), February 13-15, 2019

Teachers Day 2020 celebration

NITIE Cultural Committee organized Teacher's Day celebrations on 5th September 2020, to pay respects to all our faculty members for their tireless efforts, on behalf of entire NITIE student fraternity.

The evening started by commemorating birth anniversary of India's 1st vice-President Dr. Sarvapalli Radhakrishnan, with his words of wisdom.

After deep prajjwalan, Hon'ble Director Prof. MK Tiwari sir, Dean(Academics) Prof. P Acharya sir and Dean(SRIC) Prof. VB Khanapuri sir addressed the gathering by their insightful thoughts and shared memories of their inspiring teachers.

Students presented a melodious Ganpati Vandana, two beautiful dance tributes, a poetry and a flute instrumental.

Students also requested two senior NITIE Professors, Prof. KVSS Narayana Rao and Prof. Seema Unnikrishnan, to share their teacher-student memories.

Highlight of the evening was 'Tea With Teachers' - an entertaining poll game for teachers! (Now we know 70% teachers feel that Network Issue is the biggest excuse students make during online classes!)

The event concluded by singing of the National Anthem.

Cultural committee thanks the Chief Warden and Cultural PICs for their guidance in organising the event.

10th Asian Forum for Accelerator and Detectors (AFAD 2019), February 13-15, 2019

NITIE Mumbai celebrates 74th Independence Day and honours Corona warriors of the Institute

NITIE Mumbai celebrates 74th Independence Day and honours Corona warriors of the Institute

10th Asian Forum for Accelerator and Detectors (AFAD 2019), February 13-15, 2019

NITIE Mumbai launches new scheme on Independence Day 2020 to reward the meritorious children of teaching and non-teaching staff for their performance in X and XII board examination held in March April 2020

National Institute of Industrial Engineering (NITIE), Mumbai celebrated the 74th Independence Day on 15th August 2020 at NITIE Campus in a grand manner. Flag hosting ceremony done by Prof. Manoj Kumar Tiwari, Director, NITIE at 9.00am on the lawn facing Vihar Lake.

Prof. Manoj Kumar Tiwari, Director, NITIE, presided over the function and inspired the audience by enlightening the importance of Independence Day. He shared his views regarding the COVID-19 and how NITIE handled the major challenges to its academic processes i.e. Online Admission, Examination and now Online Classes, etc.

On this occasion, Prof. Vivek Khanapuri, Dean (SRIC), Prof. Hema Date, Dean (Student Affairs) and Prof. Padmanav Acharya, Dean (Academic), Senior most faculty Prof. D.K. Srivastava and Shri Basavaraj Swamy, Registrar, NITIE, addressed to the audience.

With a view to motivate and encourage the meritorious children of Faculty, Officers, staff for their performance in the 10th / 12th standard Board Examinations held in March/April 2020, a Certificate of appreciation and cash awards distributed by the Director in Old Auditorium immediately after the flag hosting ceremony. Also, a Certificate of appreciation given by the Director in recognition/honour of COVID Warriors to all the Medical Staff and Security Guards.

The programme was well supported by NITIE Faculty, Officers, Staff and their family members, PGP and Fellow Students. Mrs. Nisha Singh, Asstt. Registrar, NITIE hosted the programme and gave the vote of thanks. Program ended with mass singing of National Anthem and distribution of sweets. All the attendees maintained certain preventive measures ie. Social distancing, Wearing of Mask, etc during the programme due to COVID-19.

10th Asian Forum for Accelerator and Detectors (AFAD 2019), February 13-15, 2019

Handling Challenging Times

It was an honor to host Mr. Anil Bhasin, President, Havells India Ltd. for an engaging webinar session in our Catalyst Leadership engagement series on the topic “Handling Challenging Times”, conducted by Industry Interaction Committee – Samiksha.

He delivered an inspiring session and motivated the students to strive towards skill development, build strong willpower to bounce back, and practice the right attitude with a positive flow of thoughts. His thought-provoking words backed with real-life examples from his journey made the session very engaging. The session certainly helped the students on ways to tackle challenges by accepting failure as a part of success.

We want to express our heartfelt gratitude to Mr. Anil Bhasin sir for this motivating session. We thank Prof. Khanapuri sir for moderating the session with such ease.

We also thank our director, Prof. Manoj Tiwari Sir and Dean Student Affairs, Prof. Hema Date ma’am, for encouraging the students to conduct such enriching sessions.

10th Asian Forum for Accelerator and Detectors (AFAD 2019), February 13-15, 2019

EBSB DAY July 2020

NITIE, Mumbai organised Ek Bharat Shreshta Bharat (EBSB) Day today July 31, 2020, at Director’s Conference Room. During the event, MHRD initiatives Ek Bharat Shrestha Bharat and Manodarpan were introduced to the new students who have recently joined the Institute. A total of 665 participants attended the event from the safe premise of their home. The programme was streamed on WebEX platform.

Director Prof. Manoj K Tiwari inaugurated the event amidst the gracious presence of Dean Academic Prof. Padmanav Acharya, Dean SRIC Prof. Vivekananda Khanapuri, Dean Student Affairs Prof. Hema Date and Registrar Shri Basawraj Swamy. He motivated the students to join the initiative and collaborate to contribute to the cultural exchange.

Dr Rajesh Roshan Dash, EBSB Coordinator, IIT Bhubaneswar attended the event and invited the NITIE students to IIT, Bhubaneshwar and have talked about the proud EBSB partnership with NITIE, Mumbai.

EBSB Team made the presentation on Ek Bharat Shreshta Bharat and Manodarpan and informed new students about these noble initiatives of MHRD and the vision of our revered Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi Ji.

Second-year EBSB coordinators shared the details of EBSB activities performed at the Institute. They then read the Swachta pledge in Odiya, Marathi, Hindi and English and invited the new students to read the same.

NITIE, Mumbai proudly released a “COVID-19 preventive measure message video -Stay Home Stay Safe” prepared by Team TDX, NITIE for Ek Bharat Shrestha Bharat. Students presented themselves in their respective mother tongue, promoting the message Stay Home Stay Safe. More than 18 students participated in this video

The programme concluded with Vote of thanks and National Anthem

EBSB DAY July 2020
EBSB DAY July 2020
EBSB DAY July 2020
EBSB DAY July 2020
EBSB DAY July 2020

10th Asian Forum for Accelerator and Detectors (AFAD 2019), February 13-15, 2019

NITIE signs MoU with CPWD

NITIE signs MoU with CPWD towards its continuous drive for boosting its infrastructure for the benefit of students, faculty and staff worth Rs. 100 Crore under HEFA and Institute funded projects.

  • NITIE signs MoU with CPWD
    • NITIE signs MoU with CPWD

10th Asian Forum for Accelerator and Detectors (AFAD 2019), February 13-15, 2019


The National Institute of Industrial Engineering (NITIE) Mumbai proudly hosted the American Society of Safety Professionals (ASSP) India Chapter’s 8th Professional Development Conference (PDC) on 27th. June 2020 in collaboration with International Commission on Occupational Health (ICOH), Scientific Committees on Occupational Health in Construction Industry (SCOHICI) & Rural Health: Agriculture, Pesticides and Organic Dusts.

The conference was supported by two industrial giants, M/S Larson & Toubro and M/S ThyssenKrupp India. The conference, which was supposed to be held earlier in NITIE, Mumbai during 27-28th April 2020 could not be organised due to COVID-19 and subsequent lockdown and hence was organised on the digital platform on 27th June 2020. The conference was coordinated and conducted by Prof. Shankar Murthy from NITIE, supported by a team of Doctorial students; Rohit Panchal, Pawn Kumar and Ramesh Kumar.

The theme of the conference held online was Striving towards Sustainability through innovation and digitization in HSE” which is most relevant in the current period of the pandemic. The conference was inaugurated by the Chief Guest, Prof. Manoj Kumar Tiwari, Director of NITIE, who in his speech stressed upon industries to strive for Sustainable Development with an emphasis on resource conservation by adopting latest digital technologies in tune with Industry 4.0. Prof. Vivekananda Khanapuri, Dean Sponsored Research & Industry Connect (SRIC) in his address shared the NITIE’s industry connect and various consultancy assignments undertaken with industries especially in the area of HSE (Health, Safety & Environment). He also stressed upon the contribution of NITIE students from Industrial Safety & Environmental Management (ISEM) program to the industry in the HSE domain. The conference was also attended and supported by Prof. Shirish Sangle, Prof. Seema Unnikrishnan, Prof. Rauf Iqbal and Sri. Basavaraj Swamy, Registrar.

The response to the conference was quite overwhelming with more than 200+ registered participants from across India and Middle East countries like UAE (Dubai, Abu Dhabi), Oman, Kuwait, Qatar. The expert panellists who participated were from industry, academia and consulting services drawn from various parts of India and Globe.  The international panellists from USA, Canada, Netherlands, and Philippines took active part in the conference and shared their vast experience and expertise with the participants. It is extremely heartening to note that these panellists from other parts of the world had participated in this online conference by taking trouble to be awake even in the odd hours of night, due to wide time variations. The conference comprised of three technical and two plenary sessions starting from 9.00 in the morning and ended around 5.00 in the evening, deliberating on the theme and sub-themes of the conference. A panel discussion was held on the theme: Emerging Occupational Safety & Health Challenges – a Multi-disciplinary approach for Sustainable Solutions by experts from academia, industry and consulting fraternity from across the globe. Research scholars from across India shared the glimpses of their research in various areas of Health, Safety & Environment.

The conference was hosted by NITIE Mumbai with Prof. Shankar Murthy as Co-Chair from Environmental Engineering & Management group NITIE and Dr. Krishna Nirmalaya Sen as Chair from ASSP India Chapter.

10th Asian Forum for Accelerator and Detectors (AFAD 2019), February 13-15, 2019


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