NITIE offers opportunities to specialize concurrently in the functional areas of management as well as Industrial Engineering for producing professionals with leadership quality in technology and management. Over the years, NITIE has created a world class educational platform dynamically sustained through internationally recognized research based on excellent infrastructural facilities.
PGDIE is one of the very few courses that enjoy corporate excellence for over four 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.
NITIE's Post Graduate Diploma in Industrial Management (PGDIM) aims to groom young managers who will not only design better procedures and systems but also manage the associated technologies successfully. PGDIM blends classroom work and hands-on industry internship. The program strives -
To develop a holistic outlook that views the organization as an entity and not as a composition of fragmented functional areas.
To develop interpersonal and leadership skills to help manage human issues present in complex industrial scenarios, with emphasis on teamwork that builds shared vision and objectives.
To develop expertise in handling scientific management principles, methodologies, quantitative and analytical skills and the ability to adapt, apply and integrate these skills to enhance managerial effectiveness.
To impart skills to develop enterprises into smoothly functioning and efficient supply chains of products, services and information while enforcing internal and external customer relationships