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Supply Chain Management
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Program Overview:

The supply chain management field continues to evolve from basic contract management with suppliers and distributors to a more proactive, strategic process with business partners and suppliers to create shareholder value. With many the clerical tasks now automated, the purchasing professional is free to work strategically with management. The competitiveness of companies is more and more dependent on the competitiveness of the whole supply chain. Managers of today must understand and lead their companies as a whole, and understand and affect the network they operate in. As company networks are becoming global, managers, too, have to operate internationally. The program aims to provide you with foundational and advanced knowledge on how to tackle, resolve, and manage a myriad of complex problems and issues that confront supply chain managers. These complex problems and issues arise within the boundaries of an organization as well as across organizations, cutting across traditional domains of sourcing, manufacturing and logistics.

Program Objectives
  • To give participants an understanding of problems and issues in the field of Logistic and supply chain Management.
  • To learn the critical elements of Logistic and supply chain processes.
  • To equip participants with the required depth and balance of technical and managerial knowledge that will enable them to function successfully in their chosen field.
Program Benefits

The complexity involved in managing supply chains that span continents and dominate markets demands strategies and systems that are agile, adaptable, and aligned. Taught by renowned thought leaders in the field, this program gives you the tools you need to create and manage market-leading global supply chains.

Key Benefits for Individuals
  • Professional development and network building
  • Flexibility: through part-time study and On-the job learning
Schedule & Duration:

Schedule
  • Sunday- 3:30 pm - 6:30 pm
Duration
  • 1 Year
Who Should Attend:

The program will be beneficial to a diverse number of supply chain professionals, including:
  • People relatively new to the field of supply chain management and who wish to gain strong foundational knowledge from a highly-regarded Institute.
  • Professionals who wish to update their knowledge of current thinking and best practices through interaction with faculty engaged in broad-based research and consulting.
  • People who would like to network with other supply chain professionals across industries.
Eligibility
  • Professionals with Graduation with minimum 50% marks.
  • Diploma in any discipline with minimum 50% marks are also eligible to apply.
Program Fees:

  For Indian Students
Application Fee INR 2000
Program Fee INR 100000 +Service Tax
Registration Fee INR 2500 +Service Tax
Campus Fee INR 15000 +Service Tax
Total Fee
  • Campus fees, Assessment Fees and Books & Materials Fees will be payable by student directly to “The Registrar, IIT Bombay (CEP A/C)”.
  • Campus Visit is compulsory for all participants and will be for 2 days. Boarding and lodging will be as per actual.
  • Books will be provided by SJMSOM, IIT Bombay
 
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Amount
 
Ist Installment
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INR 62500 + Service Tax
INR 15000 + Service Tax
IInd Installment
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INR 40000 + Service Tax
 
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Program Details:

  • Introduction to Supply Chain Management
  • Understanding Supply Chain

Prof K Jain

  • Basic and Inferential Statistics for Decision Making
  • Basic & Inferential Statistics

Prof U  Ananthakumar

  • Mathematical Approaches for Optimization
  • LPP, Dynamic Programming, Nonlinear Programming, Heuristics and Metaheuristics

Prof G K Adil

  • Basics on Financial Management & Accounting Methods
  • Basics of financial management , Investment and negotiation Strategies, Pricing & Revenue Management

Prof V Bapat

  • Human Resource Issues in Business Environment
  • Human Resource Issues and Organization Behaviour

Prof S Bhargava

  • Competitive Priorities and Operations Strategy
  • Basics on Reconciliation

Prof G K Adil

  • Time Series & Demand Forecasting
  • Basics on Time Series and Demand Forecasting

Prof I Mukherjee

  • Process Analysis, layout design, and facility location
  • Capacity Planning, Waiting line Theory, layout design, location issues

Prof I Mukherjee

  • Inventory Management
  • Basic EOQ and Probabilistic Models

Prof R Patil

  • Aggregate Production Planning, MRP, Job Scheduling
  • Planning and Scheduling; Managing Predictable Variability

Prof R Patil

  • Quality Management Approaches in Supply Chain
  • Lean Philosophy, Six Sigma Methodology, & Vendor Selection Approach

Prof I Mukherjee

  • Service Operations Management
  • Service Process Design, Survey, Customer Satisfaction Index

Prof T T Niranjan

  • Supply Chain Strategy and Design
  • Designing the Distribution Network in a Supply Chain
  • Network Design in the Supply Chain
  • Network Design in an Uncertain Environment

Prof R Patil

  • Metrics for Measuring Supply Chain Performance
  • Supply Chain Performance – Strategic Fit & Scope
  • Supply Chain Drivers & Obstacles

Prof R Patil

  • Supply Chain Co-ordination
  • Coordination in the Supply Chain

Prof K Jain

  • Introduction to Logistics and Transportation Management
  • Transportation Management Issues and Challenges

Prof R Patil

  • Warehouse Management
  • Warehouse Management

Prof G K Adil

  • Project Planning and Scheduling
  • Critical Path Approach, Project Crashing

Prof K Jain

  • Role of IT in Supply Chain and Business Environment
  • Introduction to Information Technology
  • E business and the Supply Chain

Prof R M Sonar

  • Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)
  • ERP Implementation Issues and Constraints 

Prof A Kanyalkar

  • Retail Supply chain
  • Retail Management

Guest Faculty/Industry Speaker

  • Reverse Logistics & Green Supply Chain
  • Reverse Logistics and Environment Friendly SCM

Guest Faculty/Industry Speaker

  • Outsourcing
  • Outsourcing Issues

Guest Faculty/Industry Speaker

Learning Experience:

The program aims to provide you with foundational and advanced knowledge on how to tackle, resolve, and manage a myriad of complex problems and issues that confront supply chain managers. These complex problems and issues arise within the boundaries of an organization as well as across organizations, cutting across traditional domains of sourcing, manufacturing and logistics.
Program Directors:

Prof. Karuna Jain and Prof. Indrajit Mukherjee

Upon successfully completing the prescribed requirements, students will be awarded an Certificate in Supply Chain Management from Indian Institute of Technology Bombay.

Industry Speakers
  • ERP
  • Retail Supply chain
  • Logistics in Practice (Domestic and International)
  • Packaging & Reverse Logistics
To Apply: Please call 09810084417 or mail atmhnge@gmail.com, zaheer@atm.edu.in
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