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Centre for Technology and Innovation Management (CTIM)

About CTIM

Centre for Technology and Innovation Management (CTIM) was established in year 2015 as a research centre with the objective to bridge “engineering” and “management”. Through its focused collaborative and industry inspired research Centre aims to provide input to strategic decisions of organizations and national policy for managing technologies and innovation effectively. CTIM at NITIE lays emphasis on technology and innovation as the core differentiator for the organization and helps identifies paths to leverage the knowledge of both intangible and tangible products to improve organization’s performance. CTIM through its research attempts to address - What is desired by the users? What is viable in the market place and? what is possible with the technology?


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Managing technologies, products, innovations and creating suitable appropriation mechanisms is becoming fundamental for an organization to survive in an increasingly knowledge driven competitive world. Successful integration of technologies into business needs and anticipating emerging technologies are becoming critical for organizations. Understanding and identifying the contextual environment enables organizations to have a handle on developing technology assets that can be translated into successful innovations and products. CTIM has been conceived with a strong conviction that technologies have shifted their position from being a secondary component of an organization’s value chain to being the business itself.









The CTIM area has a combined experience of nearly 60 man years across a broad range of industry that includes Auto, Renewable Energy, Telecommunications and Networks, Electronics, Information Technology, Manufacturing and Government Entities. The core faculty members of ETM are (Alphabetical Order):

CTIM Coordinator

Prof. Ruchita Gupta

Diffusion and Adoption, Technology Transfer and Commercialisation, Technology Forecasting, Technology Entrepreneurship

Core Faculty

Prof. Karuna Jain

Strategic Technology & Innovation Management, Intellectual Property Management, R&D Management, Project Management, Value Engineering

Prof. Mukundan R

Technology, IP and Innovation Strategy, Standards, Licensing and Commons, Complex Systems Engineering, Foresight and Technology Roadmaps

Prof. Shirish Sangle

Environmental Engineering & Management, Engineering & Technology Management

Prof. Utpal Chattopadhyay

Economic Environment of Business, Globalization & Global Competitiveness

Research Assistants

Mr. Durgesh Kumar Jaiswal

Mrs. Pratima Bhagat