Times Higher Education’s rankings are arguably the world’s most prestigious and broadly referenced college league tables, and the Impact Rankings are the one international efficiency tables that assess universities in opposition to the United Nation’s 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The Times Higher Education (THE) had began its influence rating three years in the past primarily based on the college’s achievements on the symptoms of analysis, stewardship, outreach, and educating.
National Institute of Industrial Engineering (NITIE), Mumbai a pioneer institute of industrial engineering and administration in the nation with sustainable growth as an integral and important half in its training and analysis. NITIE has been ranked at 68th in the world by THE Impact Ranking in 2021, and third in India in SDG 8 – (*68*) Work and Economic Growth with a rating of 71.6 (the very best rating being 84.3) out of 100. This purpose measures the college’s economics analysis, its employment practices, and the share of college students taking work placement. This achievement displays NITIE’s contributions in direction of the sustainable financial development of the nation, getting ready extremely expert professionals to enhance productiveness and respectable work for all. NITIE has scored virtually 100 per cent on the parameters like expenditure per staff and share of college students in work placement.
“We are delighted that NITIE has ranked #68 in the Times Higher Education’s Impact Ranking 2021 on Sustainability Development Goals (SDG)-8. To feature in the top 100 among near 1200 universities from 94 countries is commendable indeed. It is especially heartening to note that NITIE figures in the top #3 among Indian universities in this table. Director Manoj Tiwari and his team are doing a tremendous job with NITIE and this recognition is a reflection of the strides that the institution has made,” mentioned Shashi Kiran Shetty, Chairman – Board of Governors, NITIE, and Chairman of Allcargo Logistics.
NITIE additionally scored properly in SDG 6 on Clean Water and Sanitation and notably in water utilization and care parameter and ranked in 201-300, SDG 1 on No Poverty (301-400), and SDG 17 on Partnership for the SDG Goals (601-800).
“NITIE is committed to performing even better in the coming years on these sustainable development goals which are an integral part of our curriculum, research and training. NITIE’s contributions in the productivity improvement in the industry are well established and now we are even gearing up further in other/social sectors such as agriculture, health, water, climate change and education,” mentioned Dr Manoj Kumar Tiwari, Director, NITIE, Mumbai.
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