Program Overview

Companies that are not adequately engaged in industrial engineering are like houses build on sand.

At Toyota we have a saying: IE makes money

-Taichi Ohno

Industrial Engineer’ is synonymous with systems integrator - a big-picture thinker, in other words. It's an employee who takes what exists today and conceptualizes what should exist in the future. Many people are misled by the term “Industrial Engineer.” The word 'industrial” does not mean just manufacturing. It encompasses wide span of industries ranging from FMCG, IT & System, Consultancy, Banking & Financial Institution and to Telecom.

With era of management growing from Scientific Principles to Strategic Concept companies adopt management philosophies of continuous productivity and quality improvement to survive in the increasingly competitive world market, the need for Industrial Engineers is growing….

NITIE : 50 Years of Industrial Excellence

National Institute of Industrial Engineering (NITIE) was set up by the Govt. of India in 1963 with the assistance of United Nations Development Program (UNDP) through the International Labor Organization (ILO). For over three decades, students of NITIE have been instrumental in providing solutions to complex Industrial and Business problems, taking cognizance of ever changing needs of the dynamic business environment.
Widely sought after, NITIE’s post graduates have been overcoming the organizational challenges like

  • Supply Network Uncertainties
  • Complex Operations and Scheduling
  • Enterprise-wide Integration

PGDIE : A Journey Since 1971, 42 Years of Industrial Experience

PGDIE is one of the very few courses that enjoy corporate excellence for over three decades. Its inception is to provide students with methodologies and systematic approaches to deal with diverse industrial challenges, PGDIE has evolved as a course for developing Managers with cross- functional skills.

The most distinctive aspect of the PGDIE programme is its breadth. The programme covers a variety of courses covering the areas of Operations Management, Supply Chain Management, IT and Systems, Marketing Management, Finance and Human Resources Management. The pedagogic approach includes regular industry interaction and method based teaching with present and future scenarios in view. The students go through a rigorous academic schedule and learn through most modern infrastructure and tools. The emphasis of the curriculum is on developing an all round personality that stands any challenge in the corporate world. The case studies, presentations, industry projects and co-curricular activities add to first hand experience and learning.

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