Andhra Loyola College

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Andhra Loyola College

(AUTONOMOUS)
“A COLLEGE WITH POTENTIAL FOR EXCELLENCE” -UGC 
 “RE-ACCREDITED AT “A+” GRADE WITH 3.66/4.00 POINTS” -NAAC
AWARDED ALL INDIA 34thRANK BY NIRF, MHRD, GOVT. OF INDIA

Diploma in Logistics and Supply Chain Management

Course Objectives

To develop competencies and knowledge of students to become logistics and supply chain professionals. 

To orient students in the field of logistics. 

Learning Outcomes

Students will be able to apply the basic knowledge of Logistics and supply chain operations in the real life situations.

This subject will enable them to enhance their ability and professional skills.

Syllabus – 5 Modules

Module-1 (30 HOURS)

Introduction to Logistics and Supply chain Management

Evolution of supply chain management
Functions of supply chain management
Functions of Logistics
Manufacturing and service supply chain
Logistics cost
Reduction in Logistics cost
Principles of Logistics
Categories of Logistics
Logistics informatics
Logistics optimization
Global logistics and supply chain Management
Supply chain interface with all functions
Green supply chain
Reverse logistics
E-Commerce and reverse logistics
Key trends in ecommerce
last mile delivery issues

Module-2 (35 HOURS)

Introduction to Materials Management

Evolution, Importance and scope
Purchasing in materials management
Value analysis and value engineering
Global sourcing
stores
Functions and types
Procurement
Functions
Government purchase procedures
Procurement and purchase cycle
Vendor evaluation
Negotiation
Global sourcing
Strategic sourcing  Materials classification
ABC, VED,GOLF, FSN, SOS,
Economic order quantity with Units and discounts
Codification of materials
Types of codification
Standardization and Simplification
Material requirement planning
Master production schedule
Bill of materials
Manufacturing resource planning
Enterprise resource planning

Module-3 (35 HOURS)

Inventory Management and Transportation

Need for inventory
Inventory turns ratio
Inventory cost
Inventory cost reduction techniques- inventory management
scope and importance
transportation- modes of transportation
economies of transport
factors affecting transport decisions-  Air cargo procedure
participants
documents
mode selection criteria
shipping
procedures
documents used- mode selection criteria
EXIM procedures
GST Guidelines in Indian EXIM procedures
advantages and disadvantages through the modes
Inventory control and cost reduction techniques
Inland container depot
ICD
Container freight station – CFS

Module-4 (30 HOURS)

Warehouse and Distribution Facilities Management

Introduction to warehouse
benefits and scope
types of warehouse
warehouse site selection
warehouse layout and factors
warehouse management system
procedures and activities
documents used in warehouse system
material handling
importance
material handling equipments used in shop floor,
sales and forecasting
planning and execution
distribution
introduction
channel participants
direct distribution system

Module-5 (30 HOURS)

Air cargo

Modes of Transportation: Air,
Current Trend
Roles and Functions of IATA/FIATA/ACAAI/I CAO in Airlines
Aircraft Cargo and Logistics
Aims and activities of IATA/FIATA/ACCAI/I CAO
IATA Terminologies and abbreviations for Airlines, Cities Airports and Currencies
IATA General conditions of carriage
Calculation of transportation time for flight journeys
Different types of aircrafts
.Cargo capacities
Different Types of Cargo Rates
Export Cargo and Import Cargo
AWB Concept
Different types of ULDs 

Certificate course in Logistics and Supply chain Management

Course Duration

(160 hours of core subjects+ 40 hours of Soft skill and Language)- 6 Months

Qualification 

Any Degree or Plus two

Certificate body

Confederation of Indian industry institute of Logistics, Chennai or ISM

Course title

Diploma course in Logistics and supply chain management