The Course offers a broad program of core studies in all major business areas with the opportunity to study a professional specialization of Logistics Management. It provides a unique opportunity to understand the Logistics Management process in relation to the rest of the enterprise in a competitive situation, with an aim to produce diploma graduates who are in high demand in the industry.
|1||DLSCM-01||Management In Logistics|
|2||DLSCM-02||Fundamentals Of Logistics|
|4||DLSCM-04||Warehousing & Inventory|
|5||DLSCM-05||Sourcing & Procurement|
|7||DLSCM-07||SAP SCM-Crash Course(5 days)|
The DLS Course offers a broad program of core studies in all major business areas with the opportunity to study a professional specialization of Logistics Management. It provides a unique opportunity to understand the Logistics Management process in relation to the rest of the enterprise in a competitive situation, with an aim to produce diploma graduates who are in high demand in the industry.
The aims of the DLS course are to provide students with the
The Supply chain management is very important for any industry that runs on manufacturing and consumption. Its a wide sector of our country and logistics plays an important role in the supply chain flow. This helps in the countries growth factor on efficient production.
The core modules of this program are designed to lead the aspiring manager into the essential management skills required for meeting the challenges of the logistics and Supply chain industry. You will learn and be able to manage the various development and operational needs of the Manufacturing sector and its supply chain network.
“Logistics is about getting the right product, to the right customer, in the right quantity, in the right condition, at the right place, at the right time, and at the right cost (the seven Rs of Logistics)” – from Supply Chain Management: A Logistics Perspective By John J. Coyle
“Logistics Management deals with efficient and effective management of day-to-day activity in producing the company’’ s finished goods and services” – from Integral Logistics Management by Paul Schönsleben
“Supply Chain is the network of organisations that are involved, through upstream and downstream linkages, in the different processes and activities that produce value in the form of products and services in the hands of the ultimate consumer” – from Logistics and Supply Chain Management by Martin Christopher
“Supply chain management (SCM) refers to the coordination of production, inventory, location, and transportation among the participants in a supply chain to achieve the best mix of responsiveness and efficiency for the market being served” – from Essential of Supply Chain Management by Michael Hugos
In this Diploma course the subjects like Logistics management, Supply chain management, Transportation, Distribution, Sourcing, Procurement, Purchasing, Warehousing, Inventory, Management functions and Multimodal transport operations are taught to the students. The Management and operation of various Supply chain and logistics activities in a different department will be covered to make the students certified to be a successful Supply chain analyst and logistician in the job market.