BBA in Logistics Management is a 3- year undergraduate course essentially covering the concepts and processes involved in logistics- related domains, such as transportation, shipment, and others.
The curriculum is designed with the aim of familiarizing students with the inner working of the business world. Students are taught to develop communication and leadership skills, and attain expertise in areas of Accounting, IT, and Management, International Trade, and Strategic Location.
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successful graduates are hired in the shipping and transportation sectors, among others, and the average fee charged in India for the course ranges between INR 30,000 and 5 lacs for the total duration. The average annual salary offered to such professionals in India ranges between INR 3 and 10 lacs.
Listed below are some of the major highlights of the course
|Examination Type||Semester System|
|Eligibility||10+2 from a recognized university|
|Admission Process||Direct admission. Entrance tests in some cases.|
|Course Fee||INR 30,000 - 5 lacs|
|Average Starting Salary||INR 3 - 10 lacs|
|Top Recruiting Fields/Areas||Purchase/Sourcing, Vendor Development, Warehousing & Distribution, Inventory Control, Logistics Management, Operations Management, etc.\|
The functioning of the logistics sector depends upon the combined interplay of infrastructure and technology. A recent revolutionary upsurge in e-commerce, has caused logistics- related organizations to respond timely with new innovations, so as to keep up.
BBA in Logistics Management has hence been designed to cater to these rapid advancements in Logistics Management. The program offers students the choice to pick from major and elective streams from among Accounting, Marketing, Business Management, and Business Information Systems/ Operations Management.
Listed here are the skills that ideal students of the course would possess.
Listed below are some of the top institutes offering the course in the country with the corresponding locations and fees charged by each.
|Name||City||Average Fees in INR|
|Institute of Logistics and Aviation Management - [ILAM]||Mumbai||1,25,000|
|Genteel School of Business & Economics||Pune||50,000|
|SJES College of Management Studies||Bangalore||1,50,000|
|University of Petroleum and Energy Studies||Dehradun||1,50,000|
|SCM Hub International Business School||Kochi||1,00,000|
|Knowledge Academy of Research and Education||Palarivattom (Kerala)||1,00,000|
|Logistics Knowledge Park (LKP)||Chennai||70,000|
As a minimum criterion of eligibility, candidates aspiring to pursue the course need to have attained the 10+2 qualification from a recognized educational Board, with Accounts, Math, Economics and Business Studies as main subjects.
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For admission to the course, eligible candidates need to have passed a relevant entrance examination, conducted at an of university, State and national levels, as part of the general admission procedure. Subsequently, qualifying candidates are needed to qualify rounds of group discussion and personal interview as part of the counseling procedure.
Some of the major entrance examinations conducted in India for admission to the course are as follows:
Additionally, institutes may also conduct rounds of Aptitude Test, Group Discussion and Personal Interview for assessing candidates.
A semester- wise breakup of the course’s syllabus is tabulated below
|Introduction to Management & Leadership|
|Business Economics I|
|Business Communication I|
|Business Computing Community Service 1|
|Business Economics II|
|Understanding Logistics Community Service 2|
|Business Communication II|
|Human Resource Management|
|Operations & Materials Management|
|Logistics & Supply Chain Management|
|Open Elective 1*|
|Program Elective 1*|
|Logistics Information System|
|Supplier Relationship Management|
|Open Elective 2*|
|Program Elective 2*|
|Introduction to Multimodal Transportation|
|Introduction to ERP Research Methodology & Report Writing|
|Decision Modeling using Spreadsheet|
|Customer Relationship Management|
|Logistics Planning & Strategy|
|Business Policy & Strategy|
|Total Quality Management|
|Summer Internship Dissertation I|
|Open Elective 3*|
|Program Elective 3*|
|Open Electives *|
|Physical Fitness & Wellness|
|Personal Selling Mercantile Law|
|Introduction to Psychology|
|Introduction to Sociology|
|Corporate Social Responsibility|
|Program Electives *|
|Logistics in Manufacturing Sector|
|Distribution & Outbound|
|Logistics Freight Forwarding & Port Operations|
Successful graduates of the course are hired in capacities such as:
Some of the popular avenues open to graduates of the course are listed below with the corresponding salaries offered for the respective positions.
|Job Position||Job Description||Average Annual Salary in INR|
|Logistics Operations Manager||The job of a Logistics Operations Manager is to run a distribution facility that deals with shipping companies and freight, and to ensure that distribution operations run smoothly.||8-10 lacs|
|Road Transport Manager||Transportation Managers develop and implement policies and procedures for transportation operations. These professionals are in charge of personnel activities and schedules, and they oversee shipment coordination and routing.||5-8 lacs|
|Supply Chain Manager||Supply Chain Managers direct and coordinate production, purchasing, warehousing and distribution services. They plan to limit costs and improve accuracy, customer service and safety. They also examine existing procedures/opportunities for streamlining activities to meet product distribution deadlines.||3-6 lacs|
|Cargo Supervisor||A Cargo Supervisor organizes and coordinates the activities of ground crew in the loading, unloading, securing, and staging of aircraft cargo or luggage.||2-5 lacs|