India’s logistics industry to reach $300 billion soon. Know how an MBA Logistics degree can put you onboard the fast flight to success
Every time I buy something in Amazon or any such e-commerce portal, and choose the ‘Overnight Shipping’ option for a variety of items, I wonder at the mechanism that gather my products from a warehouse several states away and deliver at my door within 24 hours.
That is the marvel of Logistics, the invisible force that makes businesses run seamlessly, all the while remaining as a strong backing power in the background. Logistics runs on speedy delivery of a product in best condition at cheap rates.
Market researcher Novonous says India’s logistics industry is calculated at $300 billion. Going by the report, the country’s logistics market is likely to grow at 12.17% by 2020. With the burgeoning online shopping sector in India, e-commerce companies are expected to invest close to $8 billion in logistics (apart from other things) in the next few years, a recent Assocham-PwC study has mentioned. The e-commerce market in India is expected to touch $80 billion by 2020.
Technological developments in logistics have surely surpassed manual methods in connecting sellers, third-party logistics partners and customers. It has also made possible card on delivery, electronic proof of delivery, etc.
For graduates seeking an admission into an MBA course, a post-graduate degree in logistics can be the right choice. Institute of Logistics and Aviation Management, or ILAM, as is popularly known, can be the best place to pursue MBA in Logistics. The reason?
ILAM pioneered Logistics courses in the Indian MBA scenario. And the best thing about ILAM? You need not worry about your degree certification, because MBA in ILAM is a UGC-recognized course.
A graduate in any stream, except Fine Arts, can take up the entrance exams conducted by ILAM. The tests are meant to gauge the knowledge of a candidate’s quantitative ability, communication, logical reasoning, GK, General English, and aptitude. ILAM accepts CAT, MAT, XAT & GMAT test scores.
An MBA programme in Logistics is a full time course. Students at ILAM benefit from the insights, experience and knowledge of a team of experts from the industry. These experts have contributed substantial content and knowledge to their courses, providing learners with access to leading-edge thinking and best practices in Logistics operations and strategy.
The ILAM campuses are Wi-Fi-enable, equipped with state-of-the-art classrooms, well-stocked library, comfortable hostels, modern auditorium and computer lab. ILAM trumps a lot of its competitors by providing students interview training and a guaranteed 100% placement assistance. The dedicated Corporate Interface team ensures that ILAM trainees get a hands-on experience to face recruiters.
Alumni of ILAM have been placed with global and national leaders, such as, DH, TNT, BLUE DART, DTDC, Ashok Leyland, Jet Airways, Indigo Spicejet, Walmart, Dabur, Cadbury, Gati, Hindustan Unilever, Tata, FedEx Express and the like. The highest package drawn by any ILAM student is a whopping Rs 50 lakhs annually.
If you are still wondering about your career prospects, we suggest you get enrolled in an MBA Logistics course in ILAM. Below are the center’s contact numbers.
Delhi : 09717094061
Mumbai : 08433988671
Bangalore : 07022895052
Students who have completed their final year Graduate in Economics, Statistics, Maths, Engineers, BBA with 50% may only apply below.
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