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Nagpur's First Government Approved Fire Engineering College
Welcome to Indian Institute of Fire Engineering (IIFE), Nagpur
Indian Institute of Fire Engineering, Nagpur (Established in 1996 )is the First Govt. Recognised Institute in India for Advance Courses in Fire Safety Engineering, Security Management where students train themselves into excellent Fire Safety Engineers and Security.
IIFE is registered Under Government society Act 1860 (Regd. No. MAH-365/97) and recognised by Maharashtra State Board of Technical Education (MSBTE) and Director of Technical Education (DT Board), Mumbai.
IIFE is located on 10 acres of land on Nagpur Katol highway. It has modern infrastructure with well ventilated class rooms, library, Exhibition gallery, hostel, mess, practical ground, all the latest equipments required for Fire Station
Available vibrant learning environment, delivering excellent, inspiring and life changing skills, huge range of courses. Hence whether you’re a SSC, HSC, ITI, BSc, BE or Diploma or an employer looking to train your workforce, you will find a suitable course at IIFE, Nagpur. Admissions for all courses
Following MSBTE recognised Diploma Courses are conducted at IIFE, Nagpur.
COURSES AT IIFE
1000,000 Trained Staff in Fire and Safety required. Book your course Now.
Have you heard about fire incidents in New Delhi and Gaziabad where hundreds of people died. Even there was fire in Maharashtra Government Mantralaya. Now Government of India has taken some stern steps into prevention of fire and formed strict regulations. Trained personnel in Fire and safety are required according to National Building Code of India, Part-IV, 7-27 as given below:
7.27 A qualified fire officer and trained staff shall be appointed for the following buildings.
a) All high rise buildings above 30 m. in height where covered area of one floor exceeds 1000 sq m. except apartments / group housing.
b) All hotels, identified under classification three star and above category by Tourism Department and all hotels above 15 m. in height with 150 beds capacity or more without star category.
c) All hospital building of 15 m. and above or having number of beds exceeding 100.
d) Underground shopping complex where covered area exceeds 1000 sq m.
e) All high hazard industries.
f) Any other risk area which Chief Fire Officer considers necessary.