MBA in Logistics & Supply Chain Management
Logistics Industry Scenario
- The global logistics industry is valued at US$ 8.1 trillion & will grow to US$ 15.5 trillion by 2023.
- The U.S., which contributes to over 25% of the global industry value, spends close to 9% of its GDP on logistic services.
- The sector currently employs over 40 million people in the world.
- Indian logistics market to double by 2020
- Indian Logistics industry would need 28.4 million skilled people in the “Senior Resource Category” in warehouse management by 2022
- Technological change in the logistics industry demands a trained workforce in all areas of the sector.
- Indian logistics industry is at an inflection point and will reach a market size of over $125 billion in coming years.
What is Logistics & Supply Chain Management?
Supply Chain Management (SCM) is the oversight of materials, information, and finances as they move in a process from supplier to manufacturer to wholesaler to retailer to consumer.
- Logistics is the process / chain management of transport flow and the storage of goods and services from its origin to it consumptions.
- It includes both inbound & outbound movements and does not include activities such as forecasting and procurement.
- Supply chain management can be divided into 3 main flows: Product flow, Information flow and Finances flow
- Professional Orientation & Approach
- Career Progression Planning
- High Industry Reputation
- Industry Specific Knowledge & Skills Dissemination
- Ashok Leyland
- DB SCHENKER
Why MBA in Logistics and Supply Chain Management?
- Industry has a huge shortage of skilled professionals.
- Industry generating lacs jobs every year.
- Hence our job oriented program prepares aspirants for niche industries and bridge the gap of demand and supply.
What would you Study?
- Marketing Management
- Financial Management I
- Human Resource Management
- Business Communication
- Principles of Management
- Introduction to Logistics & Supply Chain Management
- Total Quality Management & Six Sigma
- Financial Management Part II
- Managerial Economics
- Quantitative Techniques
- Management Information System
- Business & Supply Chain
- Risk Management
- Customer Relationship Management
- Warehouse & Inventory Management
- Supply Chain Transportation, Design & Simulation
- Operations Management
- Introduction to Operation Research
- Strategic Management
- Global Supply & Chain and Logistics Management
- International Business
- Exim Policy & Export Procedure and Documentation
Eligibility – Graduates with 55% in Commerce, Statistics, Maths, Science and Economics are eligible to enrol for this programme.
Duration – The duration of the courses is 2 years