In my opinion, no course is good or bad. It entirely depends on you that which field interests you and where you want your career to progress. If you are confused between the two courses, the best thing to do is to dig deep in each of them and then find out which one is appealing you more. Once you have an idea about which course you want to pursue, start looking out for a college or university that offers your preferred course. As far as I can see, UPES is among the handful of universities that offer these courses. UPES offers hands-on industry exposure, corporate life and culture in a learning environment. In my opinion, don’t go by best and bad, go by your choice.
PrinceLast Seen: 2 months 2 days agoJoined on: 28-Feb-2019Education Interest: EngineeringEducation Level: Graduate & Above
Yes, this course is available. In the current scenario logistics and SCM are booming areas. Job opportunities in the related area are increasing every day. I can suggest you some institutes where you can study MBA in Logistics and supply chain management. My friends and cousins are either studying there or have studied.
Amity University- Amity has a campus in Bangalore also but I am told that it is not very promising. Although they are providing good placement for their students there are many areas where they need to improve. So please make the choice carefully and cautiously. Highest package in the recent year was 14 LPA.
Lovely Professional University- One of my friends is passed out from here in 2016, now he is working with an MNC as a state head of their sales. Their last year placement also good, the highest package was 21 LPA. Recently Amazon hired few students at a package of 28 LPA.
Manipal Academy of Higher Education- This institute is coming under Manipal University. Highest package was 18 LPA.
Symbiosis- Symbiosis Institute of the premier institute for MBA. Highest salary package in the recent year was 24 LPA.
Presidency- This is a top university from Bangalore. Their MBA programme is very famous, especially the city like Bangalore, getting a job is an easy task. Because it's an IT hub.
Ribin RajanLast Seen: 1 year 6 days agoJoined on: 24-May-2018Education Interest: ManagementEducation Level: In Graduation
Yes ,the course is really useful and that course is available at indian institute of logistics,if you are looking for private insttitutes ,a plenty of options are available and you can pursue MBA in logistics and supply chain.You are moving in right direction,you just need to focus on the interst and skills you possess.
Gaurav ShuklaLast Seen: 11 months 3 weeks agoJoined on: 27-Aug-2016Education Interest: ManagementEducation Level: In Graduation
Hello, The answer is yes. There are colleges who offer these kinds of courses. Colleges like The school of business logistics, xlri jamshedpur, Indian institute of logistics are providing mba in these courses. You are going in a right direction as Supply chain and logistics management form a critical part of any business. They add value both at back-end as well as at front-end of the value chain. Hence, it is very critical to choose manpower that can manage a supply chain with efficiency and effectiveness, so that both firms production operations and end customer objectives are met. With innovative business models in place firms have realized the need of well qualified workforce. Check this link for further information. http://genexlogistics.in/management-colleges-offering-mba-in-supply-chain-logistics-management/ Cheers !!
This course is not available at IIM Trichy. IIM trichy ofders general 2 year PGPM course which is mix of marketing and finance. You can sleect colleges like IBS Hyderabad, NMIMS Munbai, upes dehrDun, GITAM vishakhapatnam, SPJain Munbai which are best in class known for MBA ins upply chain and operations. Above colleges have very great placements prospects with average salary range of 5-15lpa.