Which is the best course in supply chain management?

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    Dr Shahid Amin Assistant Professor in Management

    6 years ago
    You can go for MBA in supply chain and logistics management.
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    Neha Agarwal | Guide-Level 14

    6 years ago
    Hi Mohit,
    Some of the most popular courses in this field are:
    M.Sc. Logistics and Supply Chain Management
    Degree in Business Logistics
    Degree in Advanced Logistics Management
    Logistics Network Design and Supply Chain Management
    Degree in Transportation Economics
    MBA in logistics
    PgD in Materials & Logistics Management
    Hope it helps. Please feel free to revert. Click on the thumbs up if you found this useful.
    Wish You Luck!
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    H M KULSHRESTHA

    2 years ago
    You may also go through the course structure offered by Indian Institute of materials management Bangalore.
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    pradeepta

    2 years ago
    I want to study MBA please advice.
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    Vaibhav Dixit

    a year ago
    You can go for MBA in Supply Chain Management or Logistics.
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    Rasika Patil | Contributor-Level 8

    2 years ago
    Best Supply Chain Management Courses in India Welingkar Institute of Management (WeSchool) is an autonomous institute that gives distance learning programs recognised by AICTE, government. Of India. WeSchool continues to deliver quality education, Their provide Supply Chain Management PGDM programme is availed within the Hybrid Learning mode, that operates on a novel hybrid structure combining effective on-line and offline study formats to assist individuals learn handily. The Post Graduation certification in provide Chain Management aims to develop skills for professionals and equip them to optimize organisation gain through effective manage... view more
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    Asha Gaud Electronics and telecommunication engineering | Contributor-Level 8

    2 years ago
    Those already in the fields of production and inventory control, manufacturing, quality assurance, purchasing and procurement as well as those anticipating a career change will benefit from practical training in classes presented by professionals currently employed in the field. Course topics include: supply chain management, detailed scheduling and planning, material requirements planning, capacity requirements planning, inventory management, supplier planning, procurement, operations execution and control, production processes, quality incentives, inventory control, master planning of resources, forecasting, master scheduling, strategic man... view more
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    PUSHPAK DHOOT | Contributor-Level 8

    3 years ago
    To have an introduction of what is supply chain management, you will greatly benefit from online free course. But, if you want to study at a M.Sc Level, it would be better to attend university to enhance your knowledge and skills and share experiences with classmates from different industries of supply chain. Also, you need to ask yourself what are you interested in Supply Chain? As the subject in itself involves lots of business activities such as logistics, procurement, planning, warehousing managementI don't know your professional situation but if you are a student I suggest that you need to think about which industry you want to work in. ... view more
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    Aanchal Aggarwal Looking out for others. | Guide-Level 11

    3 years ago
    Hello, I would suggest you to join MBA in supply chain management. Eligibility for an MBA is graduation. And prepare well for you entrance exams for MBA. All the best.
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    Muskan Middha | Contributor-Level 6

    a year ago
    For supply chain management, the best courses you can opt for are CSCP, CPIM, SCOR-P, CPSM, and CPSD. You can also opt for MBA in logistics and supply chain.

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