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Program Objectives & Structure

CII School of Logistics MBA program aims in imparting specialised knowledge and competency-based skillsets in the field of Logistics and Supply Chain Management. The Indian logistics sector in the recent years has shown remarkable improvement in Logistics Performance Index (LPI) ranking at global scenario with 44th rank based on 2018 World Bank Survey. Improved and fast-expanding road-rail-maritime-air cargo infrastructures, technological advancements and policy enrichments (GST, NLP, Gati Shakti, Multi Model Logistics Parks and Corridors), all eventually have been the key sources in gaining further momentum inimpacting every industry segment, be it manufacturing or services or E-commerce & 3PL sectors. The Logistics and Supply Chain sector is poised to grow from current global market size of US$ 10,115 million to US$ 13,326- million at CAGR of 5.7% in year 2027. Indian Logistics and Supply Chain market is estimated to grow at CAGR of 6.3% from current value of US$ 410.75 Billion to US$ 557.97 Billion until year2027. The MBA program offered by CII School of Logistics, caters to meet the huge demands for trained and talented supply chain professionals with industry-ready skill sets.

Salient features of the program

CII School of Logistics MBA Program Objectives


The MBA Programsare developed and delivered to seamlessly carve the young minds and professionals with required skillsets and expertise in highly demanding and prospective Logistics-Supply Chain-Shipping domains.


Depicts the benchmark metrics of Global Supply Chain Management with clear mapping of theory, analytics,concepts and core industry based real world problem analysis and solutions.


Provide threshold pathway to students in fusing academic theory and industrial applications to derive value towards their respective career options both in manufacturing sectors and services sectors throughout end to end supply chain functions; Raw material Supply–Manufacturing – Production Planning – Procurement –Operations – Inventory Systems– Warehousing – Routing – Distribution – E Commerce Fulfilment – 3PL Logistics – Global Logistics –Last Mile Delivery of Goods and Services.


Enables students with acumen towards employability in the field of Supply Chains to perform their job description as quality professionals.


Fill-in the knowledge gap in Logistics filed with appropriate inclusions of niche areas from Shipping and Port Management sectors.


Developed to provide adequate exposure in core supply chain related functions-finance and costing related portfolios.


The curriculum and pedagogy enriches the participants with entire spectrum of Supply Chain functions end to end, covering every node within the value chain.


Opens up macroscopically to the student’s community, with current trends in automation and digitalization (Industry 4.0) in transforming in to Smart Manufacturing, Smart Logistics, AI, Robotics, Data Analytics, Block Chain Technology and IIoT to cope up with technology-needs from point of production to point of consumption until last mile delivery conforming to sustainable ESG performance metrics.

Program Structure - MBA Logistics and Supply Chain Management

The program structure outlined below, is designed to address the increasing demand for enhanced industry competitiveness, integration of new technologies, and digital upskilling.

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Program Structure - MBA Supply Chain Analytics and Management

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