NITIE Congratulates our new Excom Team 

We are happy to share that Mr. Sanat Chattopadhyay,  Executive Vice President and President, Merck & Co. Inc, USA, an alumnus of NITIE (PGDIE batch 1981-83), has organized a donation of USD 20,000 through Merck Sharp & Dohme Corp., India,  for NITIE. He is a recipient of 2016 prestigious Distinguished Alumnus Award of NITIE. 
NITIE plans the distribution of food items, masks and sanitisers and reading materials for kids of contract labourers attached with NITIE. This noble step would help to reduce labourers worry about their families basic need during the epidemic.
NITIE students, faculty, and staff and Alumni express our gratitude to him for such generous and timely assistance

National Institute of Industrial Engineering, Mumbai, was honored to have Mr. Sumit Sinha for the second session of the corporate talk series conducted on 29th April on “Rethinking the chain- Build to Suit”. Mr. Sumit Sinha has 20 years of supply chain experience in management consulting, end to end supply chain, and business analytics. He has worked with multiple organizations like PwC, Dell and now with the J&J consumer health division as the head of supply chain.

Mr. Sumit Sinha interacted with NITIE faculty & students through online talk and highlighted about the disruptions in supply chain. He talked about the various myths in a supply chain that were uncovered during the pandemic situation such as, collaboration is not just a few people job and change management is not a multi-year task. He touched upon the need to move from a responsive supply chain to a predictive supply chain. He also mentioned that innovation and advanced technologies like AI are the key to cost-effective and agile supply chain. We thank Mr. Sumit Sinha for this insightful session and Prof. Manoj Kumar Tiwari (Director, NITIE) for initiating such sessions. We would also like to thank the organizing team, Prof. Sanjeev Verma, Prof. Ruchita Gupta, and Prof. Hema Diwan for their valuable support and enthusiasm in making this event a huge success.

The Closing Ceremony for the ‘Global Online Certification Course on Supply Chain Digitization and Management’ was graced by Honorable Chief Guest – Shri Nitin Gadkari Ji, Union Cabinet Minister, Road, Transport and Highways, and Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises.

Shri Nitin Gadkari Ji is one of the most visionary minsters of our country and has been consistently engaged in accomplishing PM Narendra Modi’s dream of building “A New India”.

He spoke about the various cutting-edge initiatives to improve India's Supply Chain Practices, such as alternate fuels (e.g. Methanol) and Electric Vehicles. He spoke about the Government's ambitious plans for the MSME sector and elaborated on the visionary reforms from the Government to make India the manufacturing hub of the World.

He congratulated the participants of the course and encouraged NITIE in its endeavors in supply chain education and research. He appreciated the contributions of Mr. Shashi Kiran Shetty - Chairman BoG – NITIE and Chairman – All Cargo Logistics to the Logistics sector of India.

Thank you, sir, for your kind words of encouragement.

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National Institute of Industrial Engineering is delighted to share that Prof. Jagdish Sheth, Charles H. Kellstadt Professor of Business at Goizueta Business School, Emory University, USA gave an online talk at NITIE on March 4, 2021.

NITIE Director Prof. Manoj K. Tiwari gave an opening remark and welcomed him for the talk.

Prof. Jagdish Sheth gave his talk on the topic “The Global Rule of Three: Competing with Conscious Strategy”, organized and conducted by Prof. Neeraj Pandey and Prof. Sanjeev Verma. It was attended by around one hundred participants from NITIE and other institutes. The session ended with Q & A from the participants.

We look forward to his active support and engagement with NITIE Mumbai.

National Institute of Industrial Engineering Mumbai is delighted to share that the "Post Budget Analysis 2021," was conducted on 26th February 5:30 PM - 7:00 PM. The event received an encouraging reception from student fraternity.

We are thankful to Keynote speaker for the event Ms. Nasrin Sultana​, also to our panel members: Mr. Rakesh Singhania, Mr. Rajeev Mantri, Mr. Vikas Jain and Ms. Dipti Abhyankar for providing their valuable insights on the budget allotment and interesting concepts like fiscal activism and kitchen sinking. Further discussion spanned to Bad banks, ULIPs and agricultural reforms, which were supported by interesting examples for better understanding of students. It moved forward to interesting concept of 3Is and 3 risk factors, which was coupled with opinion on economic growth.

We want to thank Prof. Manoj Tiwari, Director, NITIE , Prof Hema Date, Dean student affairs, and Prof. Utpal Chattopadhyay for the initiative.

Director, NITIE Prof. Manoj K. Tiwari welcomed the Khadi and Village Industries Commission (KVIC) Board Members Dr. Dilip Peshwe, Mr. Basant, and Mr. Manoj Kumar Singh along with Shri Atul Kulkarni, Board Member, NITIE. The KVIC Board Members requested NITIE to suggest solutions for improvement in quality, improving artisan productivity, supply chain management and marketing of KVIC products. The Deans and faculty members from Marketing Area at NITIE also participated in the deliberations.

NITIE Mumbai looks forward to work closely with Khadi and Village Industries Commission (KVIC).

MOU was signed between NITIE and Procter & Gamble Home Products Pvt Ltd., today. The MOU aims to leverage the NITIE’s knowledge, capabilities and infrastructure for research and development in the area of supply chain management.

NITIE and P&G are committed to pursue Joint research projects and we have identified few futuristic research topics along with exploring new practices in supply chain management. As part of the MOU, knowledge dissemination sessions are also planned to be organized with the focus on Equality and Inclusion for the Supply chain professionals.

We are looking forward to progress on this path through mutual sharing of knowledge and expertise for the benefit of our student and the company.

Prof Manoj Kumar Tiwari, Director, NITIE along with Team from NITIE and Mr Ankur Bhagat along with team from P&G participated and shared their views during the proceedings.

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.

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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.

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