The introductory batch of the Executive Programme in Supply Chain Management & Analytics has been launched by the Indian Institute of Technology Delhi to upgrade the technical skills of the learners and enhance their leadership and management capabilities as well.
The virtual learning programme has been framed for six months, modified in a way to suit the professional demands of those who want to enhance their potential for job roles in this fast-growing sector where professionals are in demand. The Executive Program in Supply Chain Management & Analytics will enable professionals with the aptitude to gain technical expertise in tools and software that are industry-specific while being exposed to multi-criteria decision-making techniques like TOPSIS, AHP, and DEA; Forecasting: Time Series & Regression Models, Simulation and Optimization.
Lectures, project work, case studies, simulations, Capstone Projects, in-class activities and exercises, etc will be included in the training which will be provided by esteemed experts and faculty from the industry via a cutting-edge TPL platform using the Direct-to-Device (D2D) mode. A link has been mentioned on the IIT Delhi portal for the enrolment of candidates interested in the executive programme of Supply chain management and analytics.
The Indian Institute of Technology has launched the Executive Programme in Supply Chain Management & Analytics.
Dr Gaurav Dwiwedi from the Department of Management and Studies, IIT Delhi spoke at the launch of the programme. He mentioned that the programme will help the candidates with an in-depth understanding of the concept of topics such as Risk-pooling, Network Design, logistics decision domain, Bullwhip Effect Sustainability, Supply chain strategy and Resilience, which are the advanced fundamental topics of the programme. It will assist professionals to transform their careers by enabling them to gain complex data analysis and problem-solving skills. Additionally, it will equip students for high-growth positions like supply planners, demand planners, data scientists, and operations planners. The programme is provided by the top national institute to meet the urgent needs of the sector and is aligned with the goals of the PM Gati Shakti National Master Plan.
The curriculum module of the Executive Programme in Supply Chain Management & Analytics will include frameworks, supply chain strategies, performance measures and drivers, predictive, descriptive, prescriptive and cognitive Analytics for planning, managing supply chain decisions, designing, and global supply chain, among others.
Training will be provided by esteemed experts and faculty from the industry via a cutting-edge TPL platform using the Direct-to-Device (D2D) mode.
The Indian Institute of Technology Delhi is amongst the other 23 IITs that have been constructed to be centres of excellence for training, engineering, research and development in science, and technology in the nation. The institute was established as the College of Engineering in 1961. Under the “Institutes of Technology (Amendment) Act, 1963,” the Institute was later designated as an Institution of National Importance and given the new name “Indian Institute of Technology Delhi.” After that, it received the designation of a Deemed University with the authority to establish its academic standards, manage its exams, and confer its own degrees.
48,000 people have earned degrees from IIT Delhi throughout its existence in a variety of fields, including engineering, physical sciences, management, and humanities & social sciences. Nearly 5070 of them earned doctorates. Over 15738 students received B.Tech. degrees during graduation. The remainder earned master’s degrees in business administration, engineering, or a related field. These former students are currently employed as entrepreneurs, business managers, scientists, and technicians. Several graduates have left their original fields and are now working in NGOs, administrative services, or active politics. They have so made a substantial contribution to the development of this country as well as to global industrialization.