Mediavir_image_0Manojkumar Tiwari, Director, NITI, Mumbai

The Times Higher Education’s ranking argument is the world’s most prestigious and widely referenced university league tables, and the effect ranking is the only global performance table that ranks universities against the United Nations’ 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The Times Higher Education (THE) began ranking its impact three years ago based on the university’s achievements on research, governance, publicity and education indicators.

The National Institute of Industrial Engineering (NITIE), Mumbai is one of the leading institutes of industrial engineering and management in the country, with a sustainable development as an integral and significant part of its education and research. In 2021, NITIE is ranked 68th in the world by Impact Ranking, and 3rd in India in SDG 8 – Cent1 out of 100. Destinal Work and Economic Growth with a score of ((Highest Score.384 being). This goal measures the university’s performance in economics research, its employment practices and the share of students in the workplace. Is, prepares highly skilled professionals to improve productivity and work appropriate for all.NIT has scored nearly 100 percent on parameters such as cost per employee and percentage of students in work placement.

“We are pleased that NITIE has ranked # 68 in the Times Higher Education Impact Ranking 2021 on Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) -8. Countries countries It is really commendable to be ranked in the top 100 out of about 1200 universities in the country. It is especially pleasing to note that NITIE statistics in the top 3 in Indian universities in this table. Director Manoj Tiwari and his team are doing a very good job with NITIE and this recognition is a reflection of the steps taken by the organization, said Shashi Kiran Shetty, Chairman, Board of Governors, NITIE and Shashi Kiran Shetty, Chairman, Allcargo Logistics.

NITIE ranks in SDG6 on clean water and sanitation and in particular in the dimension of water consumption and care, and ranked in 201-300, SDG1 on non-poverty (301-400), and SDG17 on partnership for SDG targets (601-800). .

“NITII is committed to better performance in the coming years on these sustainable development goals which are an integral part of our curriculum, research and training. Nita’s contribution to productivity improvement in the industry is well established and we are now making strides in other / social sectors like agriculture, health, water, climate change and education, ‘said Dr Manoj Kumar Tiwari, Director, NITIE, Mumbai. .

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