All we are doing is looking at the time line, from the moment the customer gives us an order to the point when we collect the cash. And we are reducing the time line by reducing the non-value adding wastes.

Taiichi Ohno, father of Toyota Production System (TPS

Make a Career in Supply Chain Management

Why MBA in Supply Chain Management?

The efficiency of a manufacturing company depends on its supply chain management. It needs to produce, store, meet demands of various markets in order to maintain the cycle. Creating a proper distribution channel is the sole responsibility of supply chain management. Every operation related to warehousing and logistics will be handled by the management team. Pursuing an MBA in Supply Chain Management at KSOM will offer the best platform to find ample opportunities to grab and design a bright future in this field.

1. Huge Scope

India has been experiencing a major boom in logistics and supply chain in the last few years. The demand in this field was initially not met with adequate response as we did not have enough skilled workforce that specialized in this area. As a result, there is much demand for qualified professionals especially decision makers in the supply chain management. Due to technology changes in this ever-evolving market, job growth is on the rise. Therefore an MBA in Supply chain Management has become a much sought after MBA specialization.

2. Great Career Options

MBA in Logistics and Supply chain Management Course covers a wide spectrum of topics out of which you can choose four that suit your career aspirations the best. For a successful career in Supply chain Management, students need a broad foundational understanding of business which includes basic finance, accounting, decision making and general marketing. It helps students excel in areas of procurement, logistics, supply chain and operations through business management. For a deeper understanding of the business, students can also opt to learn about purchasing and sourcing, movement of goods and supply chain operations.

3. High Potential

Supply Chain Management(SCM) is one of the big things in Indian industrial scenario. According to the management experts, there is a lot of scope for Supply Chain Management(SCM) in India due to increasing uncertainty of supply networks, shorting of the products life cycle, and globalization of business. The employability potential of graduates is very high here. The career opportunities for Supply Chain Management are:

  1. Purchase Manager
  2. Strategic Planner
  3. Materials Analyst
  4. Supply Chain Manager
  5. Warehouse Manager

Faculty Profile

The pedagogy will comprise of lectures by specialized faculty, case discussions, and hands on exposure to relevant software and tools. Concepts will be explained using examples drawn from the real life and will cover current trends and market practices. The institutions education policy is centered on equipping the candidates with adequate tools to approach real-time problems with creative and dynamic, yet industry relevant solutions.

Surya Kanta Das

Head SCM – Samsung

Rabindra Jena

Head SCM - Credit Suisse

Ingit Saxena

President Mfg - SSPL Retai;

Lalit Das

Founder & CEO - SS Supply Chain Solutions Pvt. Ltd. (3SC)

Karthikeyan S

Founding Member - SAP Practice – Thoucentric

Subir Verma

Head (HR, IR & Medical Services) – TATA POWER DDL

Rajneesh Bhasin

MD - Mawaana Foods

Candidate Eligibility

Graduates in Commerce, Engineering, Economics, Statistics, Computer Science, Business Administration. Working professionals may apply too.

Course Module

The program curriculum is broadly divided to cover four dimensions

  • Corporate Exposure
  • Interpersonal Skills
  • Content based Applique
  • Industrial Mentorship

The table below lists the subjects taught in MBA in Supply Chain Management syllabus.

Semester – I

  • Organisation Behaviour
  • Business environment
  • Financial and management accounting
  • Logistics Systems & Technology
  • Business Economics
  •  Quantitative methods in Management
  • Big Data & Business Analytics
  • Operations & Materials Management

Semester – II

  • Business Research Methodology
  • Marketing management
  • Human Resource Management
  • Customer Relationship Management
  • Shipping and maritime law
  • Export and import management
  • IT for business
  • Supply Chain Analytics

Summer Internship Project (8 weeks) – 8 Credit

Semester – III

  • Strategic logistics management
  • Logistics information systems
  • Integrated logistics management
  • Distributed management
  • Railroad and air cargo logistics
  • Maritime logistics and documentation
  • Event management
  • Sustainable Supply Chain Management

Electives for Semester-IV

  • International Logistics Management
  • Project & Contracts Management
  • Warehouse Management
  • Modern Logistics Operations
  • Retail Logistics & SCM
  • Marketing of Logistics
  • Small Business Management
  • Agribusiness Supply Chain Mgt

All we are doing is looking at the time line, from the moment the customer gives us an order to the point when we collect the cash. And we are reducing the time line by reducing the non-value adding wastes.”

 ~ Taiichi Ohno, father of Toyota Production System (TPS)