Preparing Future Managers in Logistics, Aviation Banking, Automobile, Competitive Exams & Design Industry
Preparing Future Managers in Logistics, Aviation Banking, Automobile, Competitive Exams & Design Industry

About Logistics & Aviation

About Logistics

  • Logistics is the art and science of managing and controlling the flow of goods, energy, information and other resources from the source of production to the marketplace.
  • A typical supply chain for a product involves input from the supplier, producer, distribution centre, retailer & consumer, whilst transport is the link between all stages - Transportation firms, Third party logistics firms, Manufacturing firms, Merchandizing firms, Consulting firms, Service institutions and other organizations.
  • The domestic logistics industry, which is estimated to generate business worth $110 billion in the next two years, would need 4, 20,000 skilled manpower by 2015.

Areas to be served in Logistics

  • Purchasing
  • Transportation
  • Warehousing
  • Inventory control
  • Forecasting
  • Customer services
  • Strategic planning

About Aviation

  • The travel and tourism industry contributed a total of 124.8 billion U.S. dollars to GDP in India in 2015- this accounted for approximately six percent of India’s total GDP.
  • Passenger’s growth has grown from 40m to 110m in the last 5 years and is expected to grow up to 150m by 2020.
  • The Industry is providing 28.4 million jobs per year.
  • In the present scenario around 115 domestic airlines and above 60 international airlines are operating in India.
  • Infrastructure modernization, Huge Investment, expanding air fleets and with ever growing economy, Aviation is the hottest sector in terms of Career.
  • The Aviation industry in India encompasses a wide range of services related to air transport such as passenger and cargo airlines, unscheduled service operators.
  • Infrastructure modernization, huge investment, expanding air fleet & with ever growing economy AVIATION is the hottest sector in term of career.

Arrears to be served in Aviation

  • Fleet Management
  • Ground Handling
  • Customer Service
  • Crew Scheduling
  • Safety and Security
  • In- Flight Service
  • Slot Allocation
  • Ticketing
  • Medical Tourism
  • Hospitality