National Institute of Industrial Engineering, Mumbai

National Institute of Industrial Engineering (NITIE), Mumbai, formerly known as the National Institute for Training in Industrial Engineering, established by the Indian Government in the year 1963 with the support of the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP). The college also publishes UDYOG PRAGATI, a professional journal. The institute offers full-time postgraduate courses in Industrial Engineering, Industrial Management, Industrial Safety and Environmental Management, Manufacturing Management and Project Management. The emphasis here is on practical knowledge and personalized learning.


The campus of the institute is located at Powai near Vihar Lake and covers the area of 67 acres of land. IIT Bombay is only 4 kms far from the NITIE campus. The campus provides the latest learning technology tools and aims to enhance students’ learning experience.


The institute provides an environment conducive to learning with world-class amenities and facilities. At present, the institute is equipped with all learning aids that are required for effective learning. The college has faculties who are renowned in their respective fields. The large cafeteria and canteen of the college is the refreshing place for the students.


NITIE, Mumbai proposed the post-graduate diploma in industrial engineering. Also, regulates the Fellow programme that is equivalent to Ph.D courses in the field of industrial engineering and management. The institute offers the following post-graduate management courses:

  • Post Graduate Diploma in Industrial Management (PGDIM)
  • Post Graduate Diploma in Industrial Safety and Environmental Management (PGDISEM)
  • Post Graduate Diploma in Project Management (PGDPM)
  • Post Graduate Diploma in Manufacturing Management (PGDMM)


The training and placement cell of NITIE, Mumbai has the responsibility to manage all the placement activities of the college. The Major recruiters of the institute are: Nestle. HUL, Accenture, Colgate Palmolive, Tata Motors, etc.

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