Post Graduate Program in
Logistics & Supply Chain Management




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About the Program

Edology’s PGP in Logistics and Supply Chain Management, a one-of-its-kind program introduces you to the fundamentals of business management and equip you with supply chain skills to apply to their ever-growing business environment. Our unique program created in collaboration with UPES and GISMA helps you conduct in-depth research in the field of Logistics and Supply Chain Management within a global context.

Designed to help you enhance your network of industry experts and business leaders during the course, our course is a coveted blend of academic and professional qualifications.

This course helps you develop core competencies that bring a competitive advantage to you as an effective professional in the Logistics and Supply Chain industry. Start your upskilling journey today to become a work-ready resource for a competitive job market!

Program Overview

Key Highlights

UPES Certification

40+ Interactive live sessions by Industry Experts & Global Faculty

Career Essential programs

30+ Case Studies

Global PEER-to-PEER interaction enhancing exposure

100% Placement Assistance

Dedicated academic & career advisor

24/7 Online library and Content Access

Detailed Curriculum

Best-in-class content by highly experienced faculty and eminent industry leaders. Live online classes, case-studies, projects, and assignments.

Block I

  • Unit - 1 : Evolution of Lean
  • Unit - 2 : The Seven Deadly sins/Wastes
  • Unit - 3 : Characteristics of a Lean Supply Chain
  • Unit - 4 : Lean Implementation in the Supply Chain
  • Unit - 5 : Case Study

Block II

  • Unit - 6 : Lean Thinking for the Supply Chain
  • Unit - 7 : Lean Approaches and Methodology
  • Unit - 8 : Lean Waste Measurement Techniques for Companies
  • Unit - 9 : Understanding Lean Manufacturing Philosophy
  • Unit - 10 : Case Study

Block III

  • Unit - 11 : Lean Supply Chain Leadership
  • Unit - 12 : Lean Customer Value Principles
  • Unit - 13 : Lean Supply Chain: Ethics, Trust & Environment
  • Unit - 14 : Improving Inventory Performance through Lean Six Sigma Approaches
  • Unit - 15 : Case Study

Block IV

  • Unit - 11 : Outsourcing in SCM
  • Unit - 12 : Lean Outsourcing Strategy
  • Unit - 13 : Lean Supply Chain New Product Development
  • Unit - 14 : Lean Supply Chain Strategies & Tactics
  • Unit - 15 : Case Study

Block V

  • Unit - 11 : Lean Supply Chain Management- Cultural Impact & Globalization
  • Unit - 12 : Lean and IT Integration
  • Unit - 13 : Lean Supply Chain and E-commerce
  • Unit - 14 : Integrating E-commerce and Supply Chains
  • Unit - 15 : Case Study

Block I

  • Unit - 1 : Introducing Logistics
  • Unit - 2 : Logistics Operations
  • Unit - 3 : Strategy in Logistics & Supply Chain
  • Unit - 4 : Nature of Supply Chain Management
  • Unit - 5 : Case Study

Block II

  • Unit - 6 : Organizational Planning Process
  • Unit - 7 : Strategic Planning Process/li>
  • Unit - 8 : Creating a Logistics Strategy
  • Unit - 9 : Reverse Logistics & Environment
  • Unit - 10 : Case Study

Block III

  • Unit - 11 : Demand Planning and Forecasting
  • Unit - 12 : Inventory Management
  • Unit - 13 : Transportation
  • Unit - 14 : Warehousing
  • Unit - 15 : Case Study

Block IV

  • Unit - 11 : Essentials of Packaging
  • Unit - 12 : Material Handling
  • Unit - 13 : Network Integration
  • Unit - 14 : Performance Management
  • Unit - 15 : Case Study

Block V

  • Unit - 11 : Managing and Aligning Customers
  • Unit - 12 : Management of Relationship & Trust
  • Unit - 13 : Using Information Technology in Logistics
  • Unit - 14 : Creating Excellence in a Supply Chain
  • Unit - 15 : Case Study

Block I

  • Unit - 1 : Introducing Logistics
  • Unit - 2 : Logistics Operations
  • Unit - 3 : Strategy in Logistics & Supply Chain
  • Unit - 4 : Nature of Supply Chain Management
  • Unit - 5 : Case Study

Block II

  • Unit - 6 : Organizational Planning Process
  • Unit - 7 : Strategic Planning Process/li>
  • Unit - 8 : Creating a Logistics Strategy
  • Unit - 9 : Reverse Logistics & Environment
  • Unit - 10 : Case Study

Block III

  • Unit - 11 : Demand Planning and Forecasting
  • Unit - 12 : Inventory Management
  • Unit - 13 : Transportation
  • Unit - 14 : Warehousing
  • Unit - 15 : Case Study

Block IV

  • Unit - 11 : Essentials of Packaging
  • Unit - 12 : Material Handling
  • Unit - 13 : Network Integration
  • Unit - 14 : Performance Management
  • Unit - 15 : Case Study

Block V

  • Unit - 11 : Managing and Aligning Customers
  • Unit - 12 : Management of Relationship & Trust
  • Unit - 13 : Using Information Technology in Logistics
  • Unit - 14 : Creating Excellence in a Supply Chain
  • Unit - 15 : Case Study

Block I

  • Unit - 1 : INTRODUCTION TO SUPPLY CHAIN MODELLING AND DESIGN
  • Unit - 2 : NETWORK OPTIMISATION
  • Unit - 3 : MULTIPLE CRITERIA DECISION-MAKING TOOLS
  • Unit - 4 : SUPPLY CHAIN PERFORMANCE
  • Unit - 5 : CASE STUDY

Block II

  • Unit - 6 : DISTORTION IN SUPPLY CHAIN
  • Unit - 7 : SOURCING AND SUPPLIER SELECTIONS
  • Unit - 8 : INVENTORY PLANNING AND MANAGEMENT (IP&M)
  • Unit - 9 : DESIGNING WORLD CLASS WAREHOUSE AND MATERIAL HANDLING
  • Unit - 10 : Case Study

Block III

  • Unit - 11 : PACKAGING DESIGN
  • Unit - 12 : GREEN SUPPLY CHAIN
  • Unit - 13 : VEHICLE ROUTING PROBLEMS
  • Unit - 14 : TRANSPORTATION PLANNING
  • Unit - 15 : CASE STUDY

Block IV

  • Unit - 11 : SUPPLY CHAIN INFORMATION SYSTEMS
  • Unit - 12 : SCOR MODELLING
  • Unit - 13 : MANUFACTURING SUPPLY CHAIN DESIGN STRATEGY
  • Unit - 14 : RETAIL SUPPLY CHAIN DESIGN
  • Unit - 15 : CASE STUDY

Block V

  • Unit - 11 : SUPPLY CHAIN DESIGN FOR LOGISTICS SERVICE PROVIDERS
  • Unit - 12 : SUPPLY CHAIN ORGANISATION DESIGN
  • Unit - 13 : INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS STRATEGY
  • Unit - 14 : INTERNATIONAL MARKETING AND LOGISTICS
  • Unit - 15 : CASE STUDY

Block I

  • Unit - 1 : Introduction to Supply Chain Management
  • Unit - 2 : Supply Chain Decisions and Approaches
  • Unit - 3 : Supply Chain Simulation: An Overview
  • Unit - 4 : SCM Simulation Approaches
  • Unit - 5 : CASE STUDY

Block II

  • Unit - 6 : Bullwhip Effect in Supply Chains
  • Unit - 7 : Applications of Bullwhip Effect
  • Unit - 8 : System Dynamics
  • Unit - 9 : Role of Computer Simulation in Supply Chain Management
  • Unit - 10 : Case Study

Block III

  • Unit - 11 : Supply Chain Simulation Tools
  • Unit - 12 : Simulation Modelling and Analysis of Integrated Supply Chain, Network Configurations
  • Unit - 13 : Multi-echelon Distribution Systems
  • Unit - 14 : Analysis and Calculation for Serial Situation
  • Unit - 15 : CASE STUDY

Block IV

  • Unit - 11 : Fast Simulation for Supply Chain Networks
  • Unit - 12 : Performance Measures and Research Validation
  • Unit - 13 : Configuration Policies
  • Unit - 14 : Divergent-convergent Supply Chain Network
  • Unit - 15 : CASE STUDY

Block V

  • Unit - 11 : Agent-based Modelling for Supply Chain Management
  • Unit - 12 : Supply Chain Organisational Aspects and their Modelling and Simulation
  • Unit - 13 : Simulation for Product-driven Systems
  • Unit - 14 : Simulation Control System
  • Unit - 15 : CASE STUDY

Block I

  • Unit - 1 : The Evolution Of Logistics
  • Unit - 2 : Logistics Blueprint
  • Unit - 3 : Logistics Performance Analysis
  • Unit - 4 : Logistics Implementation
  • Unit - 5 : CASE STUDY

Block II

  • Unit - 6 : Logistics Modelling
  • Unit - 7 : Customer Service And Order Processing
  • Unit - 8 : Inventory Planning And Management
  • Unit - 9 : Efficient Warehousing
  • Unit - 10 : Case Study

Block III

  • Unit - 11 : Packaging Strategy
  • Unit - 12 : Green Logistics
  • Unit - 13 : Supply Chain Engineering
  • Unit - 14 : Transportation Planning
  • Unit - 15 : Case Study

Block IV

  • Unit - 11 : Logistics Information System
  • Unit - 12 : SCOR Modelling
  • Unit - 13 : Manufacturing Logistics Strategy
  • Unit - 14 : Retail Strategy And Supply Chain
  • Unit - 15 : Case Study

Block V

  • Unit - 11 : Strategy For Logistics Providers
  • Unit - 12 : Logistics Organisational Design
  • Unit - 13 : International Logistics
  • Unit - 14 : Views Of International Logistics
  • Unit - 15 : Case Study
Instructor
Mr. Shantanu Trivedi
Mr. Shantanu Trivedi
Assistant Professor,
UPES
He has done his B.Sc. in Information Technology, MBA in Supply Chain Management and currently pursuing PhD in Supply Chain management. He has more than 8 years of extensive experience across industry and academics. He has published 8 books on Supply Chain Management, 4 research papers in International journal of repute and won 2 research awards in international conferences. He is a Certified Virtual Teacher from the University of California Irvine
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Skills you will learn

Accounting in Logistics & Supply Chain, Logistics Planning & Strategy, Supply Chain Modelling & Simulation, Lean Supply Chain, Business Policy & Strategy, Project Management & Budgeting Skills, Great Team-work & management, Problem Solving & Decision-makin

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Career Prospects

Warehousing & Distribution Manager, Purchase/Sourcing Manager, Process Management Professional, System and Technology Implementation Manager, Project Planning and Implementation Manager, Vendor Development Manager, Inventory Control Manager, Supply Chain M

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Who Is This Program For?

Fresh graduates/ Working Professionals looking for career growth into mid/ senior level roles or leading teams which demands decision- making

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Minimum Eligibility

Bachelor’s Degree with 50% or equivalent passing marks. Minimum 1 years of work experience.

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Post Graduate Program in Logistics & Supply Chain Management

After completing the course, you will get a Master’s Degree certificate from GISMA & UPES

  • GISMA has been ranked top 20th in the World by the Economist.
  • UPES University was awarded ‘The University of the Year-North’ by ASSOCHAM.
  • In 2020, UPES was ranked 1 for Best Academia-Industry Alliance among Private Indian Universities by the Education World.
Post Graduate Program in Logistics & Supply Chain Management
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Frequently asked questions

Why should I study PGP in Logistics and Supply Chain Management with Edology?

The PG program in Logistics and Supply Chain Management by Edology has been developed and designed in collaboration with UPES and GISMA to prepare students for ongoing employment prospects and earn professional recognition within the industry. Graduates will be able to handle complex tasks strategically in the Logistics and Supply Chain Industry.

Students learn to critically evaluate data and industry trends to assess supply chain risks and suggest innovative solutions to add value to the business by reducing the cost and risk involved. We prepare you to develop the required skill set and build upon your knowledge base with our industry-leading PG Program in Logistics and Supply Chain Management and chase your professional ambitions.

What are the minimum eligibility criteria for the program?

Working professionals or freshers graduated with 50% aggregate marks in their graduation.

The work experience requisite is relaxed basis on application and profile. Basic knowledge of computer programming will be an added advantage.

What is the time commitment for the program?

A time commitment of an average of 4 to 5 hours per week is recommended to complete the program successfully.

Will I receive career assistance and support after the program completion?

Career mentoring will be provided to all the mentees on how to build an outstanding resume with respect to their technical and domain expertise. Interview preparation and coaching by industry experts will be provided with job assistance at the end of the program.

Do I get to interact with Industry Experts during the program?

Yes, there will be live online interactive sessions with faculty and industry experts.

Is there any financial support provided for the program?

To ensure the least number of barriers in the path of your learning, we offer financing options with our partner company Financepeer to help you make this program more financially feasible.

What certification will I get after the course?

Upon successful completion of the program, you will be awarded industry-recognized PG Certification in Logistics and Supply Chain Management in collaboration with the UPES, Dehradun and GISMA, Germany.

What are the job prospects after completing the program?

Being a global industry, there’s a massive dearth of effective professionals who can effectively manage procurement, in-time delivery, and relationships with third-party suppliers, be able to control their costs, implement win-win solutions with stakeholders, ensure business continuity, and ultimately develop a competitive for better prices and service for clients.

There is an enormous demand for such a competitive workforce in large export countries like India, and globally. Our industry partnerships with top corporate clients in the Logistics and Supply Chain industry explains the plentiful means available for advancing your career in this industry.