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- BBA Logistics & Supply Chain Management
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BBA Logistics & Supply Chain Management Content
Duration : 3 Years
Eligibility : Undergraduates in any stream with min 55%
Institute of Logistics & Aviation Management(ILAM) in collaboration with Ajeenkya D Y Patil University - School of Management, offers BBA Program aimed to provide specialized skill-sets for Logistics & Supply Chain industry. The USP of the BBA program is its industry vetted curriculum coupled with experiential learning through full-time employment opportunities in the second year.
Logistics is the process / chain management of transport flow and the storage of goods and services from its origin to it consumptions.
It includes both inbound & outbound movements and does not include activities such as forecasting and procurement.
Supply Chain Management (SCM) is the oversight of materials, information, and finances as they move in a process from supplier to manufacturer to wholesaler to retailer to consumer.
SCM involves coordinating and integrating these flows both within and among companies with the objective of making products available when needed. - Supply chain management can be divided into 3 main flows: • Product flow • Information flow • Finances flow
The global logistics industry is valued at US$ 8.1 trillion & will grow to US$ 15.5 trillion by 2023.
The U.S., which contributes to over 25% of the global industry value, spends close to 9% of its GDP on logistic services.
The sector currently employs over 40 million people in the world.
India spends 13% of its GDP on logistics compared to an average of 10% in other developing countries.
India logistics market to double by 2020.
Indian Logistics industry would need 28.4 million skilled people in the "Senior Resource Category" in warehouse management by 2022.
Technological change in the logistics industry demands a trained workforce in all areas of the sector.
Indian logistics industry is at an inflection point and will reach a market size of over $125 billion in coming years.
Some of the recruiters are DHL, Ashok Leyland, FeDex, TATA, DB Schenker, Essar etc.