School of Management

Operations and Supply Chain Management

Programe Overview

Operations and Supply Chain Management aspects have always been vital to organizations. This management area, which federates organisational facets as diverse as Procurement, Material Handling, Transportation, Warehousing, Inventory Management, Production, Sales, and Customer Service, represents a synthesis of practices , methods and techniques coming from traditional business areas of Accounting & Finance, Management, and Marketing, as well as business decision-making tools offered by Operations Research, Statistics, and Managerial Economics. This Program and its courses together examine logistics systems that facilitate the physical supply of raw and intermediate materials to an organisation, the planning and control of operations, and the delivery of the products or services to the final customers, aimed at achieving a sustainable competitive advantage and optimizing the value and the long-term performance of the organisation and the supply chain as a whole.

Key Features

  • Dynamic Industry-Integrated Course Structure and Curriculum
  • Contemporary, Relevant and Progressive Pedagogy and Curriculum Compatible with Global Requirements.
  • Reinforced Teaching-Learning Practices emphasizing – Experiential approach to Knowledge Transfer, Case Study and Brain Storming Sessions on Academic subjects.
  • Focused Co- Curricular Development through Seminar Series, Guest Lectures from Eminent Personalities, Skill Enhancement Programs [SEP] and Soft Skill Development.
  • Extra curricular activities like Industrial visits, Literary Club, Social Outreach, Management Club and Newsletter Editorial.
  • A Finishing School Approach to Overall Development of the Student.

Industrial Practice [IP]

  • Monitored Internship of 2 months, post First Year, Reinforced with a 4-months Stipendiary industrial experience
  • Envisages Guest Lectures on emerging Aspects of Business and industry.
  • Under the aegis of the Industry-Interface Program, Management Development Programs, Executive Development Programs,Panel discussions driven by industry doyens and the academic stalwarts will be conducted to make students Industry-Worthy.
  • Industrial Practice is a Pre Placement Exercise aimed at providing the students with a hands-on experience, making them industry ready.


MBA in Operations and Supply Chain Management

Programe Structure

Sl. No. Course Title
1 Management 360
2 Economic Analysis
3 Communication for Managers
4 Accounting for Managers
5 Laws Related To Business
6 International Business Environment
7 IT for Managers
8 Human Resources Management
9 Marketing Management
 Sl. No. Course Title
1 Corporate Finance
2 Production and Operations Management
3 International Marketing
4 Export Trade and Documentation
5 Business Research methods and Quantitative Techniques
6 Quality management systems and Techniques
7 Materials Management
8 Business Ethics & CSR
9 Foreign Trade Policy
10 Professional and Skill Development
11 Industrial Practice 1
Sl. No. Course Title
1 Electives I
2 Electives II
3 Electives III
4 Electives IV
5 Electives V
6 Electives VI
7 Business Strategy
8 Operations Research
 Sl. No. Course Title
1 Electives VII
2 Electives VII
3 Industry Practice 2 or Dissertation
1 Outsourcing Strategies
2 E – Business and Trade and Digital Marketing
3 Warehouse & inventory Management
4 Transportation, Containerization & distribution Management
5 Operations Planning, Scheduling and Control
6 Environment and Safety Management
7 Enterprise Management
8 Retail Distribution and Logistics
9 International Logistics & global SCM
10 Supply Chain Modeling and Design
11 Supply Chain Metrics
12 Supply Chain Risk and Reliability Management
13 Sectoral Studies in Supply Chain
14 Technology in Supply Chain Management
15 Green Logistics