National Institute of Industrial Engineering is graced by the congratulatory message of Shri Sanjay Dhotre, Minister of State in the Ministries of Education, Communications and Electronics & Information Technology, Government of India for the launch of the ‘Global Online Certification Course on Supply Chain Digitization and Management’ with Prof. David Simchi-Levi (Director, Data Science Lab and Professor - Business and Supply Chain Analytics at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), USA)

We extend heartfelt gratitude to Shri Sanjay Dhotre for his kind words.

To know about the Course -

We are happy to share that MNIT Jaipur magazine named 'The Crescendo' has featured the exclusive interview of our Director Prof. Manoj Kumar Tiwari. In this conversation, He spoke about programs & admissions at NITIE, how these programs focusses specifically on engineers and how NITIE differentiates itself from other B-Schools.

Read the full interview at:

NITIE Mumbai congratulates Shilpi Shrivastava (Fellow 2016), for the paper titled "Life cycle sustainability assessment of crude oil in India" in Journal of cleaner production (A) under the guidance of Prof. Seema Unnikrishnan.

We wish them luck for their future endeavours.


NITIE Mumbai congratulates Preeti Nayal (Fellow 2016), for the paper titled "Examining m-coupon redemption intention among consumers: A moderated moderated-mediation and conditional model" in International Journal of Information Management (A*) under the guidance of Prof. Neeraj Pandey, Prof. Justin Paul.

We wish them luck for their future endeavours.


NITIE Mumbai congratulates Prof. Koteshwar Rao Naik for being conferred with 'Most Outstanding Professor' award by World Education Congress and Global Edu Tech.

We wish him good luck in future endeavours

NITIE Mumbai Congratulates Dr. Ranjan Chaudhuri on receiving the Emerald Literati Award 2020 for the highly commended paper-'Are CRM systems ready for AI integration? A conceptual framework of organizational readiness for effective AI-CRM integration’, published in Emerald Journal in 2019 - 2020.

We wish him good luck in future endeavours.

NITIE Mumbai was honoured to host student interaction session with Mr Shashi Kiran Shetty, Chairman BOG addressing the students of NITIE. The discussion was centred around

  1. Investing in Human Resource and empowering people
  2. Focus on process improvements and strengthening industry relations.
  3. Diverse ways to achieve excellence and importance of building up the system, thus the organisation together.
  4. Importance of managing time. As one devoted productive time to the organisation building, it is equally important to find time for self development, fitness and also most importantly for family.

We look forward to achieve the milestones under the key guidance of our Honourable Chairman Mr Shetty.

Heartiest Congratulations to our Director, Prof. Manoj Tiwari, Prof. UPASNA A AGARWAL and Prof. Rakesh Raut to be amongst the top 2% of scientists' list released by the Stanford University.

The scientists were organized into 22 scientific fields and 176 sub-fields using the indicators. Led by Dr. John PA Ioannidis of Stanford University, this research team has created a database of over 100,000 top scientists of the world on the basis of standardized citation indicators. These include information on citations, an individual’s scientific research output or H-index, co-authorship, and a composite indicator for career-long impact.

The analysis was conducted using citations from Scopus along with data assessing scientists for career-long citation impact till the year 2019 and for citation impact during a single calendar year. The study has been published in PLOS Biology.

It is a proud moment for the entire NITIE fraternity.

NITIE was honored to have Mr. Shashi Kiran Shetty, Chairman BOG, and his team on the campus yesterday. Mr. Shetty had an interactive session with Director Manoj Kumar Tiwari, Deans, Faculty Representatives on NITIE Board, NITIE Media Team Chair, PIC (Planning & Coordination) and Registrar. The discussion centered around Repositioning of NITIE and its programs. Some of the key highlights and suggestions that emerged from the discussion were:

  1. Emphasis should be given to Analytics and Operations Management.
  2. NITIE should explore International Collaboration for Academic Programs. For this, provision of Alumni fund should be created to strengthen academic programs.
  3. Augmenting digital infrastructure in the campus including ERP. Improving and augmenting physical infrastructure and its maintenance.
  4. New initiatives to strengthen NITIE branding should be undertaken.

The Chairman and Director also had a fruitful discussion on Ministry related matters. The session concluded with a felicitation ceremony by NITIE staff.

We look forward to scaling new heights under the guidance of Honourable Chairman Mr. Shetty.

National Institute of Industrial Engineering celebrated National Education Day on 11th November. Noted speaker on Indian indigenous education system Sri Mukul Kanitkar was the chief guest who addressed the faculty and the students of the Institute on a virtual platform. Director Prof Manoj Tiwari and the Dean Academic Prof Padmanav Acharya introduced the guest and Dean student affairs Prof Hema Date thanked Sri Kanitkar for his highly relevant and inspiring talk.

Sri Kanitkar highlighted the rich heritage of ancient Indian education system right from days of Nalanda till 19th century. India always had a huge nationwide education infrastructure, which had made India the Viswaguru and had resulted in a high share of global GDP. He emphasized on the need of students to become job providers rather than job seekers as there is a lot of satisfaction in giving. He urged NITIE students to be part of the revival process to make India a Viswa guru again and encouraged entrepreneurial ambitions.



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