LOGISTIC MANAGEMENT

Logistics Management provides students with the knowledge to recognize, manage logistics and transportation operations.

Course Features As Per Approved Govt (MSSDS/NULM) Syllabus

Terminal Competency

Candidate after the programme would be able to acquire knowledge and skills to a. Arrange logistic support to the various types of goods in safe, sound & economical way in all sectors including MSME. b. He can also establish his own warehouse and logistic company

Contents (Theory)

Logistics Fundamentals & Process

Introduction to Logistics – Scope, Elements, System of Life Cycle, Needs, Terms and Definition. Logistics Resources Planning – Planning and managing the flow of materials and other resources, Identification of constraints and potential alternatives, Inventory management, Planning and Control, Vendor Management and development, Electronic Purchasing. Customer Services – Understanding customer, Customer segmentation for logistics, matching the logistics to customer needs, Order Cycle, Handling Returns, Measuring Customer Service.

Strategies and Organization in Logistics

Globalization in Logistics – Objectives of globalization in logistics, Principles of international business, international logistics, International finance and purchase issues. Exposure to Forms & Procedures - Lab Material – Booklet of Forms

Distribution Management

Concepts of marketing in distribution management – New economic policies and marketing challenges, Market planning and competitive advantage. Physical Distribution – Definition of physical distribution, Importance of physical distribution, Distribution in India context, Channels of distribution and facility location, Resources and operations method in distribution, Functions of physical distribution, Steps in designing an effective distribution system, Systems approach to physical distribution, Distribution Requirement Planning (DRP). Development of Transportation Logistics – Carrier modes, Carrier types, Analysis of transport modes, Buy Vs lease decisions, Cross Docking, Perish-ability issues, Costing and pricing of transport services, Regulations in transportation, Obligation and liabilities, Third party logistics service providers / Fourth party logistics

Logistical System Operation

Overview Warehousing functions and location factors – Low cost location, Operation, Public Vs Private warehousing. Layout and Equipment – Designing, Packaging, hazardous materials, Type of packaging, Warehouse productivity. IT System – Bar Coding, RFID, GPS & POS. Control – The ABC method, FSN, Determining stock levels, Determining basic stock, Inventory management systems, Lead time, production and inventory cost, P&Q models.

Legal Aspects and Import /Export Procedure

Law of carriage, Indian Carriage Act, Octroi, Consumer Protection Act, MODVAT, Pollution Control, Environmental Protection, Insurance Claims, Customs Act of 1962, Lessons leant & emerging trends. Introduction of Foreign Purchasing, Export / Import Policy and Procedures, General Provisions, Capital Goods Scheme, Duty Exemption Scheme, Export documentation, Customs Clearance Procedure, Import Documentation, Payment terms, Method of payment, L/C, Wire Transfer etc, Foreign Exchange Regulations.

Batches Timming

Afternoon

A1-11.30pm to 02.30pm
A2-2.30pm to 5.30pm

Duration :

5 Months 1.5 hrs. daily

ELIGIBILITY :

12th+ Having basic knowledge of Computer

CERTIFICATION :

From A.I.A.T. Pvt. Ltd, the Associate with Tally Academy

Fees :