Supply Chain Management

The importance of the function of Supply Chain can be gauged from these famous words, “It’s not the organizations that are competing. It’s the supply chains that are competing.” The network that exists between a company and its suppliers as well as its customers, for the purpose of producing and then distributing products to the end customer is known as supply chain. There are various entities, activities, resources and information that are part of every supply chain. The supply chain can also be understood as a series of interconnected steps that are taken to make a product or service reach its final state from its original state, in order to make it available to customers.

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Learning Outcomes

A program in Supply Chain Management provides thorough knowledge along with essential practical exposure in the principles of supply chain and logistics, wherein students get acquainted with the application of the concepts of procurement, logistics, inventory management and warehouse management to develop and maintain an efficient supply chain. This course will help students understand how logistics are managed and technology is leveraged to enhance output, as well as how processes are optimized to meet industry and quality standards and control costs. On successfully completing the course, learners will be able to facilitate profits by ensuring a streamlined and efficient SCM process to effectively bridge the gap between demand and supply.


Warehouse Management Supply Chain Management Total Quality Management Operations and Supply Chain Strategies
Procurement Management World Class Operations Advanced Supply Chain Management Enterprise Resource Planning
International Logistics Business: Ethics Governance & Risk Logistics Management and Information Systems
Research Methodology Operations Management Air Cargo Logistics Integrated Logistics Management
Retail Logistics Statistics for Managers Modern Logistics Operations Maritime Logistics and Documentation
Consumer Behaviour Distribution Management and E-commerce and Export and Import Management.

Are you curious about large-scale and small-scale inventory management? Does it interest you how functions are streamlined to efficiently manage operation networks and supply chains? Would you like to identify and redress lacunae in demand and supply and manage seamless supply chain operations to ensure the fastest route to order fulfillment? Then, enrolling in a program for Supply Chain Management is the right decision, which will equip you with the requisite knowledge and skills to address issues in supply chains and manage business operations in a challenging and dynamic global business scenario.

When you have a degree in Supply Chain Management it becomes easy to gain entry into the field of Supply Chain, which is replete with work opportunities, in any of the following profiles-

  • Supply Chain Manager
  • Logistics Manager
  • Supply Chain Analyst
  • Production Planning Manager
  • Distribution Manager
  • Purchase Manager
  • Project Manager
  • Channel Manager
  • Procurement Manager
  • Supply Chain Consultant
  • Freight Manager
  • Warehouse Manager
  • Operations Analyst
  • Head of Operations
  • Inventory Manager