What is Systems and Operations Management?
The systems and operations management course focuses on the topic of preparation and operating an effective infrastructure right from the production of goods and services to their final distribution. The aim of the programme is to reduce production costs and increase the benefit, productivity and efficiency of the products and services provided. Students will be exposed to a wide variety of fields like production management, overall quality management, supply chain management, enterprise resource planning, project management, business analytics, service process management, technology management and industrial Engineering.
There is rapid development in the manufacturing and service market in the country along with it various work opportunities are opened, for example, engineering, heavy machinery, iron and steel, chemical and fertiliser, telecommunications, IT and electricity, service industries, etc.
They are often employed as Production Managers in IT-enabled service firms. Employment openings are given to graduates such as Shop Manager, Plant Manager, Manufacturing / Production Executive, Materials Manager, etc.
- Applicants should have a Bachelor's degree in any field (10 + 2 + 3) or an equivalent degree with at least 50 per cent or equivalent CGPA in any institution.
- Candidates willing to pursue an MBA in the field of Systems and Operations management should have a master’s degree or post-graduate diploma in the sam field.
Topics that are designed to teach candidates willing to pursue systems and operation as a career are:
|| Integrated Production
|Operations Management and Strategy
|| Tools for Implementation of Operations
|Competitive Capabilities and Core Competencies
||Developing Operations Strategy
|| Manufacturing Strategies
|Operations Research Applied to Production Planning
||Applications of Production Planning Techniques
|Computer Aided Process Planning
||Optimised Production Technology
|Computer Integrated Manufacturing
||Strategic Importance of Forecasting
||PPC in Supply Chain Management
|Methods of Forecasting
||Qualitative Methods of Forecasting
||Estimation of Demand
|Accuracy of Forecasting
||Introduction to Scientific Inventory Management
||Associative Models of Forecasting
|Simulated Inventory System
||Multi-Echelon Inventory System
||Static and Dynamic Inventory Control Methods
|Materials Requirement Planning
||Meaning and Dimensions of Quality
||Total Quality Management
|Quality based Strategy
||Cost of Quality
||Quality Control Techniques
|Value Stream Mapping
||Tools of Quality Control
||Statistical Quality Control
||Importance of Business Process Modelling
||Total Productive Maintenance
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