Post Graduate Program in Logistics and Supply Chain Management

Course Overview:

The Post Graduate Program in Logistics and Supply Chain Management (PGP in Logistics and SCM) is a comprehensive 1-year program designed to provide participants with an in-depth understanding of the intricacies and complexities of logistics and supply chain operations. The curriculum focuses on equipping students with advanced knowledge and practical skills to excel in the dynamic and evolving field of logistics management.

Course Objectives:

Develop a strong foundation in logistics and supply chain management principles, theories, and best practices.

Equip students with analytical and problem-solving skills to optimize supply chain efficiency and effectiveness.

Provide hands-on experience with industry-relevant tools and technologies to manage logistics operations.

Foster a global perspective on supply chain management and the challenges of operating in an interconnected world.

Cultivate leadership and communication skills necessary for effective supply chain coordination and collaboration.

Course Outline:

Term 1:

Foundation in Logistics and Supply Chain Management.

Introduction to logistics and supply chain concepts.

Supply chain planning and strategy.

Procurement and supplier management.

Inventory management and optimization.

Term 2:

Transportation and Distribution Management.

Transportation modes and selection.

Route planning and optimization.

Last-mile delivery and urban logistics.

Warehouse design and operations.

Term 3:

Advanced Supply Chain Analytics.

Data-driven decision-making in supply chains.

Supply chain modeling and simulation.

Demand forecasting and planning.

Risk management and resilience in supply chains.

Term 4:

Global Supply Chain and International Trade.

Global logistics and cross-border operations.

Customs and compliance considerations.

Managing supply chain disruptions in international trade.

Sustainable and ethical supply chain practices.

Term 5:

Technology and Innovation in SCM.

Supply chain digitalization and Industry 4.0.

Internet of Things (IoT) and supply chain visibility.

Blockchain applications in logistics.

Implementing Warehouse Management Systems (WMS) and Transportation Management Systems (TMS).

Term 6:

Supply Chain Leadership and Collaboration.

Leadership skills for supply chain managers.

Collaboration and coordination in supply chains.

Effective communication and negotiation strategies.

Supply chain sustainability and corporate social responsibility.

Internship and Capstone Project:

  1. Participants will undergo a hands-on industry internship to gain practical experience.
  2. The capstone project will require students to apply their knowledge to solve real-world supply chain challenges under the guidance of faculty and industry experts.


Participants will be assessed through a combination of examinations, case studies, group projects, presentations, and the successful completion of the internship and capstone project.