College: National Institute of Industrial Engineering (NITIE)
Year Established: 1963
Summary: National Institute of Industrial Engineering (NITIE) (formerly known as National Institute for Training in Industrial Engineering) is one of the top B-Schools in India, located in Powai near Vihar Lake in Mumbai, India. The premier institute, which started off as an Industrial Engineering institute, now offers full-time Fellow Programme in Management/ Fellow Programme in Industrial Engineering, Post Graduate programs in Industrial Engineering, Industrial Management, Industrial Safety And Environmental Management, Manufacturing Management and Project Management. It has been recognized as one of the 15 Centres of Excellence along with the seven Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs), six Indian Institutes of Management (IIMs) and Indian Institute of Science (IISc) by the Ministry of HRD, Government of India. It is renowned as the top Indian B School for supply chain management.
Courses at NITIE
|Post Graduate Diploma in Industrial Management||2 years||(PGDIM)|
|Post Graduate Diploma in Industrial Safety and Environmental Management||2 years||(PGDISEM)|
|Post Graduate Diploma in Manufacturing Management||4 years||(PGDMM)|
|Post Graduate Diploma in Project Management||2 years||(PGDPM)|
|Fellow Programme/Fellowship||1 year||(FPM)|
Admission to NITIE
One needs to be a first class engineer (as per his/her university rules) or should have scored at least 60% in engineering (if university has no criteria to offer division) to be eligible to apply for NITIE. 5% relaxation in engineering marks for eligibility is provided to SC and ST Category students.
NITIE accepts GATE score for shortlisting of candidates for PGDMM and PGDIE. GATE score from all the branches of engineering is considered for shortlisting. GD & PI are conducted at NITIE campus for shortlisted candidates. Around 120 seats are available for flagship program PGDIE and 40 seats for PGDMM.
On other hand, NITIE accepts CAT Score for shortlisting candidates for phase two of admission process for PGDIM & PGISEM program. There is a sectional cutoff and the overall cutoff of CAT Score and it varies with the course to which the candidate has applied. Depending solely on CAT Score, students are shortlisted for next phase where they need to undergo Group Discussion and Personal Interview. Depending on the performance in Group Discussion and Personal Interview, list of finally selected students is announced. Candidates are allowed to apply for more than one programmes offered by the institute. There are 274 seats in PGDIM course.