National Institute of Industrial Engineering (NITIE) Mumbai Campus & Infrastructure
NITIE believes that its students are the cream of the student community and they deserve the best. The infrastructure support it provides to the students is a just expression of this belief.
Area 67 Acres
Sports Grounds 2
Hostel Facility True
- Boys Hostel
- Comp. Lab
- Girls Hostel
- Medical Fac.
- Cls. Room
- Badminton Court
- Volleyball Ground
Students Activities & Clubs
Constituted in the year 2000, under the aegis of the Rotary Club of Bombay, Powai; the Rotaract Club of Powai, NITIE has been involved in various activities aiming for the betterment of communities within and around the campus. Completely managed by the students of NITIE with ample support and mentoring by the faculty members, it has been one of the most active clubs within the campus. Members meet once a week to discuss new projects and their implementation strategy.
Projects generally pertain to community services and their span could vary from making a first-aid kit available at the hostel counter to holding a Free medical camp for the residents of neighboring villages.
Some of our regular activities include:
- Blood donation camps
- Eye pledging Camps
- Donation of school uniforms for the students of nearby government schools
- Talks on varied subjects from corporate responsibility to Stress Management by Yoga from time to time.
The latest development for the Rotaract club has been a website that summarizes all the activities undertaken during the past one year by the members along with a photo-gallery of the same.
C2X, Chain to Excellence, is Operations Club of NITIE. With the belief that “Knowledge is Power and it grows by sharing”, C2X complements academia by keeping the students informed with the latest trends in Supply Chain Management and Operations by organizing lectures, workshops and case study events like“Tactix” and “Strategem”. The Group puts continuous efforts to explore the horizons of Operations/SCM and share them with everyone.
In the process, group keeps taking different initiatives for the benefit of students interested in building career in SCM. C2X maintains an active blog, Facebook page and publishes ‘OPUS’-the biannual student magazine on Supply Chain Management and Operations for knowledge building among all B-Schools. C2Xalso acts as interface between organizations & institutions interested in collaborating with NITIE on supply chain front.
Gestated with the endeavor to expedite holistic personality development through an absorbed emphasis on soft-skills; ‘Just Talk’ is the foremost medium to learn & enhance effective communication & presentation skills at NITIE. Through a plethora of activities including impromptu speech contests, group discussions, debates, etc., Just Talk is effectively mentoring ‘NITIEns’ into future ‘managers’!
The primary activities of Just Talk include organizing group discussions, mock interviews and ‘gyan’ sessions. Through mock group discussions and personal interviews, valuable feedbacks are given to the students which help them recognize their strengths and weaknesses and prepare accordingly. In ‘gyan’sessions, senior batch members share their experiences and knowledge with the first year students. The sessions are marked by mass participation and tremendous response. As the placement process commences, actual GD and interview experiences from the students are recorded for future references. Team Just Talk comprises of 13 members both from the senior and junior batches.
Sitting in the laps of nature, NITIE Photography club is also recording some of the precious moments of the NITIE life which every NITIEzen can savor for their lifetime after passing out. We are the most desired people at any event, sometimes more than the guests. While we do capture the interactive session by various guest speakers, we also capture the fun-filled Matki-Phod, dandiya dance, jamming session etc. We are the eyes of NITIE. We capture everything and give it back to you so that you can savor that moment forever.
NITIE Students’ Consulting Club, otherwise known as NSC2, is dedicated to foster consulting competencies among the student fraternity at NITIE by aiming to build long-term relationships with consulting organizations. The Raison d’être of the club is to bridge the gap between the industry and the student community in order to create an environment for the students to gain insights into the industry and provide them a platform to explore career options to ultimately develop a career in the same.
$treet is one of the most active forums on campus and caters to students with a wide variety of finance related interests – be it Corporate Finance, Financial Risk Modelling, Commercial Banking, Investment Banking, Investment Management, or Venture Capital/Private Equity.Through all its continuous efforts, $treet ensures and enables the growth of finance within NITIE.
SPIC MACAY, the Society for the Promotion of Indian Classical Music and Culture among Youth is a non-profit, voluntary, apolitical and participatory movement of young people. It is dedicated to enriching education through the spread and appreciation of India's classical heritage and the aesthetics of the Indian classical milieu, especially those of the performing arts.
The SPIC MACAY had a glorious start at NITIE, in 2002, with a Mohan Veena concert by Pandit Vishwa Mohan Bhatt. Since then there has been no looking back. SPIC MACAY NITIE is one of the most active members of the Mumbai SPICMACAY chapter and gets the choice of concerts in both Viraasat, and Fest the annual series of concerts held by SPICMACAY, Mumbai.
Padma Talwalkar (Vocal), Nayan Ghosh (Sitar), Sultan Khan (Sarangi), Raja Kale (Vocal), Sonal Mansingh (Odissi), Ustad Abdul Haleem Jaffer Khan, Pt. Buddhadev Das Gupta (Sarod),Shri Aditya Kalyanpur (Tabla) and Shri Rupak Kulkarni (Flute) are some virtuosos whom SPIC MACAY NITIE has been fortunate enough to host.
In addition to concerts, SPICMACAY, NITIE also organizes a number of cultural events like painting competitions, poetry recitals, quizzes and movie shows aimed at heightening awareness of Indian culture among the members of the NITIE community.