Delhi institute of Tool Engineering was established in 2007 with the objective of contributing towards the development of industries in and around Delhi through supply of trained manpower, undertaking jobwork of machining and manufacturing of sophisticated tools. DITE has been playing a vital role in the development of micro, small and medium industries through supply of trained manpower in the field of tool making and tool designing and supply of sophisticated tools such as dies, moulds, press tools, jigs, fixtures etc. The Institute runs post- ITI courses in machine operations and die fitting, Diploma course in Tool & Die Making, B.Tech (Tool Engineering), B.Tech (Mechatronics) and M.Tech (Tool Engineering) to cater to ever challenging needs of technical excellence in the area of Tool Engineering and Mechatronics. The Courses offered by Institute are approved by various agencies such as four year Diploma Course in Tool & Die Making by Board of Technical Education, Govt. Of NCT Delhi, B.Tech and M.Tech Course by AICTE and affiliated to GGSIP university. The Institute also conducts various short term courses in the field of Tool Engineering, operation & maintenance of CNC machines.
Facts and Figures of Delhi Institute of Tool Engineering-
Year of Establishment
Director of the Institute
Prof (Dr.) S. Maji
Institutes Under Delhi Institute of Tool Engineering
Total Faculty Members
How to Reach
5 Kms away from Okhla railway station
Why to Join Delhi Institute of Tool Engineering?
Experienced Faculty- The college has a team of highly-experience faculty who use innovative pedagogy to impart knowledge to the students
Short term Training Courses- The Short Term Training Courses of DITE are aimed to full fill the growing need for Skilled man power and narrow the existing gap between demand and supply of skills mainly in the filled of Tool Engineering and Hi-Tech areas like CNC Machines and allied Technologies.
Placements and Training- The college offers Pre-placement training & seminars for students to make them well prepared for current market demands.