Postgraduate Certificate in Logistics & Supply Chain ManagementXLRI School of Business and Human Resources
Frequent Asked Questions
* Graduation from a recognized university * Minimum of 2 years of work experience after completing graduation * Performance in personal interviews.
The primary objective of this course is to provide the participant with the critical knowledge of logistics and supply chain management and the ability to apply this information in the workplace whether in the management of a firm's related activities or within the scope of the logistics service provider's activities.
To give participants an understanding that the problems and issues within the respective fields of logistics and supply chain are invariably complex, and require clear reasoning and analysis, in order to derive an appropriate course of action.
To incorporate and learn the critical elements of Logistics and Supply Chain Management processes.
The above stated objectives will be attained through:
A very intensive program useful from a corporate management view point.
Intense learning on satellite platform.
5 days of intensive learning at XLRI campus.
Assignments and Dissertation.
The on-line sessions (comprising of 255 hrs spread across 12 months) will be delivered on the virtual classroom platform of our technical partners. The heart of the platform is a powerful user interface that enables large number of geographically distributed students to have a highly interactive "one to one" exchange with a central faculty. The system incorporates live broadcast of video, two way audio and data interactivity to enable the students to watch and interact with the faculty live in virtual classroom environment. Conceptual discussions, case discussions and panel discussions will be the primary vehicle of learning on the platform.
1. Marketing Management
2. Accounting and Financial Management
3. Production and Operations Management and Project Management
4. Quantitative Methods for LSCM
5. Management Information Systems
6. Introduction to LSCM
7. Business Law and Legal Aspects in Logistics and SCM
8. Warehousing and Supply Chain Network Design
9. Demand Analysis and Forecasting
10.Purchasing and Supplier Relationship Management
11.Transportation Decisions in SCM
12.IT in SCM and ERP
13.Inventory Management in SCM
14.Distribution and Channel Management
15.Packaging and Reverse Logistics & Global SCM
16.Supply Chain Analytics
17.SCM Performance and Benchmarking