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Default Re: IIT Delhi Supply Chain Management Course

The custom of bestowing administration instruction at IIT Delhi goes back to 1976. Throughout the years, administration educating has advanced and Department of Management Studies was framed in 1993 under IIT Delhi act. Understudies of DMS are put in driving parts of BFSI, IT/ITES, Marketing, Operations, Consulting, Supply Chain Management, Strategic Management, HRM, Analytics and different regions.

The push of learning at DMS is on the union of what is cutting edge and most recent with the conventional and old, in order to create all encompassing administrators. DMS, IIT Delhi, has reliably been positioned among the top Business Schools of the nation.

Proceeding with Education Program (CEP)

The Objectives of CEP:

To help working experts in the business in broadening their insight base and in enhancing their aptitudes.

To help the business to be all inclusive focused and be at the front line of innovation by giving preparing and ability in basic zones.

To advance solid industry-organization association.

Program Background

Supply chain management (SCM) is the administration of an interconnected or interlinked between system, channel and hub organizations required in the arrangement of item and administration bundles required by the end clients in a production network.
Indian coordinations industry is worth USD 50 billion and is developing at an exponential rate. It can possibly grow a considerable measure facilitate.

Target Audience

This program is for administrators with an insight and enthusiasm for Logistics and Supply Chain Management. Members with involvement around there will be favored.

Program Coordinator – Prof. Ravi Shankar

Plan and Duration


One class for every week for 3:00 hours on Thursday evening (6:45pm-9:45pm) IST.


Coordinations and Supply Chain Management: August 25, 2013 to January 19, 2013

Course Content
The program follows a step-by-step approach where theoretical concepts will be followed by case studies and practical implementations. Sessions are designed to be interactive and participative.

Module-1: Fundamentals of SCM
• Basic understanding of SCM
• Evolution of SCM and ERP
• Process view of SCM
• Global logistics and SCM
• Decision Making in SCM

Module-2: Operational, Strategic and Implementation issues in SCM
• Material Management
• Logistics Management
• Toyota Production System (TPS)
• Lean Supply Chain
• Demand Management
• Supplier selection and strategic partnership in SCM, etc.

Module-3: Modeling and Design of Supply Chain Management
• Management of Uncertainty in SCM
• Optimization models in SCM
• Use of software environment in SC modeling etc

Module-4: Recent Trends in Supply Chain Management
• Lean, Agile and Le-agile Supply Chain
• Strategies of Cycle time reduction
• Extended Supply Chain Concepts
• Integration of Supply Chain
• Re-engineering the Supply Chain
• Coordination in Supply Chain
• Bullwhip - effect and its management
• Vendor Managed Inventory (VMI)
• Outsourcing and Postponement decision
• Flexibility of Supply Chain
• 3PL and Cross docking
• Integration of Supply chain entities
• IT-enabled Supply Chain Management
• e-Procurement
• e-commerce
• Performance Measurement in SCM
• Reverse logistics & More

Module-5: Applications of SCM Concepts & Practice
• Case Studies: Indian & Global
• Latest Trends and Practices
• In-depth Discussion & Analysis

The indicative modules can be enhanced/replaced at the sole discretion of Program Coordinator.

Evaluation Methodology
Assignments, Online Quiz & Project Evaluation

“Certificate in Logistics & Supply Chain Management” by DMS, IIT Delhi.
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