National Institute of Industrial Engineering, Mumbai(also known as NITIE) is one of the premier B-schools in India established in the year 1963. It is ultimately the top destination for engineers who want to get into Operations & Supply chain management. What about other domains? Let’s find out.
NITIE Mumbai Courses Offered
Through CAT exam
- Post Graduate Diploma in Industrial Management PGDIM
- Post Graduate Diploma in Industrial Safety and Environmental Management PGDISEM
Through GATE exam
- Post Graduate Diploma in Industrial Engineering PGDIE
- Post Graduate Diploma in Manufacturing Management PGDMM
- Post Graduate Diploma in Project Management PGDPM
NITIE Mumbai Eligibility Criteria
1. The candidate having full-time Engineering/Technology (B.E./B.Tech) degree with an average of 60% (55% for SC/ST/PwD candidates) marks in all semesters. The students in the final year of graduation can also apply subject to the following conditions.
2. The candidate can apply on the basis of CAT 2019 score.
NITIE Mumbai Admission Process
- Application using CAT 2019 score
- The shortlisted candidates will be called for Group Discussion and Personal Interview
- Final merit list
The application fees is Rs. 1000 and 3rd February 2020 is the last date to apply.
NITIE Mumbai Fees
The fee is Rs. 14,53,000 – includes hostel charges
NITIE Mumbai Intake
The intake for PGDIM is 384 seats and 47 seats for PGDISEM
NITIE Mumbai Placements
121 companies participated
Highest Salary: Rs. 58.24 LPA
Average Salary: Rs. 21.5 LPA
Median Salary: Rs. 20 LPA
Prominent recruiters included companies like Amazon, Deloitte, Flipkart, HUL, ITC, P&G, Philips, PwC, Ather Energy, Grofers, IDFC First, McKinsey, RBEI, RBL Bank, SAP Labs, Godrej, Mondelez, Kellogg’s, Heinz, Marico, Infosys, CAPITA, L&T Infotech, PEPSICO, Square Yards etc.
Tipani – NITIE Mumbai Review
There are very few destinations in India where only engineers are accepted for Management program, NITIE is one among them to top the list. It has already gained significant importance in the field of Operations & Supply chain management. However, it is also progressing positively for other domains and therefore becomes ultimate choice. One can find many NITIZEN’s who discarded IIM calls to enter this institute.