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B.com Logistics and Supply Chain Management

The Bachelor of Commerce (BCom) is an undergraduate course that emphasizes on subjects related to commerce and finance. It covers topics like financial accounting, corporate tax, economics, company law, auditing, business management, and financial law. The BCom Logistics & Supply Chain Management course emphasizes on the application of the concepts of BCom in the effective and efficient planning strategies included in the management, maintenance, and transport of goods to maintain consistent business. It covers topics like production, transfer, shipment, transit, and delivery of goods. It is theory-based and covers important topics like strategy design, resource management, process execution, compliance, business forecast, and market monitoring and analysis. The continuous supply requires continuous transfer to different regions to maintain consistency. Hence, there is a need for trained candidates in the management of Transport and Logistics. Candidates will have diverse knowledge about the characteristics and policies of planning, coordination, transport, and finance after successful completion of the course.

Course duration:- 3 years (6 semesters)

Entry requirements:- Candidates must have a plus two any stream.

Who Should Pursue

Delivering products and services at the right time, right place, right cost, and at the right quantity and quality is at the heart of logistics and supply chain management and in the retail sector, perfect order deliveries, customer responsiveness and cost efficiency are key competitive priorities. Every retail organisation has a supply chain, so this is an area where there are multiple opportunities for employment

Career Direction

Upon graduation logistics jobs and supply chain jobs are plentiful. It's likely that you'll gain an overview of the profession before specialising - and then progressing to more senior positions. Employers include third party logistics companies, organisations that sell directly to consumers (retailers and supermarkets) and logistics consultancies.

Graduates can also pursue a career in:

supply chain design and planning

procurement and supply management

Freight transportation

Warehouse design and management

Distribution network design and planning

Inventory management and control.

Job Profile for B.com Logistics and Supply Chain Management:-

1. Logistics Coordinator

2. Logistics Manager

3. Warehouse Manager

4. Shipping Manager

5. Supply Chain Analyst

Job Recruitment for Logistics and Supply Chain Management:-