20 January, 2021

The Nitty-Gritty: NITIE's on Top

The Nitty-Gritty: NITIE's on Top
In the B-school survey, Outlook and mdra decided to create a separate list for sectoral B-schools, institutes that specialise in a particular branch of management or have an entry restriction, for example, it admits only engineers. The Mumbai-based National Institute of Industrial Engineering (nitie) tops this list by a mile. Indeed, in terms of points earned, it is the No. 5 B-school, next only to iims A, C, B and L.

nitie, open only to engineering graduates, doesn't teach only industrial engineering, as its name suggests, but all branches of management. Its course structure, based on Course 15 of the Sloan School of Management of the US, involves interaction with industry and provides two training sessions: a two-month summer training at the end of the first year and a four-month stint with the firms that come for placements in January. Typically, once a company offers to hire a student, it is asked to give him/her a four-month project that the student works on from January to April. Then s/he returns to the institute and gets assessed.

Unlike a lot of business...


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