IIM-Calcutta launches an online learning programme for advanced studies

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IIM (Indian Institute of Management) Calcutta has launched a 1-year programme ‘Advanced Programme in Supply Chain Management (APSCM).’ The programme has been launched with in collaboration of Hughes Global Education.

About the Programme

This is an online learning programme, which will be run on the Hughes Interactive Online Learning platform. The programme is aimed to supply education to chain professionals, managers and practitioners seeking to upgrade their skills and strategies with advanced Supply Chain Management concepts and practices.


The course will offer a varied advanced learning in the subjects of management and professionalism-

  1. The year-long programme will equip supply chain managers with all-round capabilities in managing real world supply chain issues.
  2. In-depth and integrated view of both operational as well as strategic activities involved in Supply Chain Management processes helping them deliver corporate success through a more efficient co-ordination with their suppliers and customers.
  3. The programme also curates a unique ‘group project’ feature to help participants to apply key learning in solving real world supply chain problems.
  4. Few selected candidates will also get an opportunity to attend classrooms sessions at IIM-C campus.

“This programme is very unique in that it covers supply chain in great depth along with a breadth of management aspects such as finance, strategy, marketing, organisation, structure and design, international trade and macro economics,” said Prof. Bodhibrata Nag, Dean Academics, IIM-Calcutta.

“It is designed to equip a manager with the necessary skills to perform on supply chain positions, as well as equip the manager with the required skills as the person takes more responsibilities in the top management. The programme has demonstrated its efficiency in capability building of numerous supply chain professionals as evidenced by the feedback received and accelerated career progression of many of its alumni,” he added.

The last date to apply for this course is July 23, 2019. The interested candidate needs to apply on official website of IIM-Calcutta www.iimcal.ac.in.


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