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Safeducate, AIMA Join Hand To Offer Programme In Supply Chain Management

The AICTE-approved, 2-year course with curriculum designed by industry experts & NSDC to enable students to acquire professional competencies in the field along with internships & job placements


Safeducate, training, skilling and consulting firm, has signed MoU with All India Management Association (AIMA) to roll out a PGDM Programme in Supply Chain Management starting from July 2019.

The 2-year programme will help students in the overall 360 degree approach creating strategic and tactical frameworks in logistics and acquire professional competencies in the field, followed by 6-8 weeks of internships and assured job placements.

Consulting courses such as warehousing management, Network Planning etc. and  MDP, FPM programme will be also be incorporated and would add other courses according to the demand.

The AICTE-approved PGDM programme will begin by laying the groundwork for a comprehensive understanding of what supply chain management, logistics, general management, general finance, general HR practices, warehousing, transportation and inventory management are, followed by application of tools & techniques of operation research, analysing efficacy of network design of transportation and evaluating the contribution margin in logistics.

The programme will also include live projects, industry visits, and guest lecture sessions by industry experts, teambuilding activities, and workshop on latest industry trends and on the job training.

Divya Jain, Founder and CEO of Safeducate said, “Safeducate is leaving no stones unturned in skilling the ambitious young Indians, making them eligible for higher level roles in the Supply Chain Management space. As SCM and logistics have now become the pulse of any business, our PGDM programme in association with AIMA will provide the students an opportunity for vertical growth if they are willing to climb to higher stages of logistical management within their current company or seeking to pursue positions in other companies.”

To apply for the specialised PGDM programme, interested candidates must have a graduation certificate in any stream from a recognized university. 

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