TimesPro and the National Institute of Industrial Engineering (NITIE) have announced a strategic collaboration to launch the Post Graduate Executive Programme in Digital Supply Chain Management that will equip working professionals to build a digitally enabled supply chain network and gain the expertise to navigate the challenges of our evolving global eco-system.
TimesPro and the National Institute of Industrial Engineering (NITIE) recently signed a memorandum of understanding and will announce several new-age programmes catering to the industry requirements. The one-year Post Graduate Executive Programme in Digital Supply Chain Management will aim to strengthen the learners’ concepts of the supply chain, procurement, manufacturing, logistics, warehouse, inventory management, etc. They will also gain industry skills to design supply chain strategies through data analysis, initiate effective risk management measures, and integrate technology to deploy various functions for interoperability to boost efficiency.
Speaking on the announcement, Arun Kabra, President, Enterprise & Skilling Business and CFO, said, “We are delighted to collaborate with NITIE by launching the new-age Post Graduate Executive Programme in Digital Supply Chain Management that will elevate the skillsets of working professionals with cross-functional competencies. The highly experienced faculty will provide learners with valued insights on strategy, operations, leadership, and technology that will enable them to achieve sustainable growth and be a part of the next-gen specialists in supply chain analytics.”
Dr. Manoj Tiwari, Director, NITIE, said, “Professionals aiming to scale in digital supply chain management will benefit through new-age technological concepts like AI, ML, Analytics, Demand Forecasting, Business Intelligence, etc. Technology is core to our programmes, and we aim to equip our learners with skills to pivot in their careers. NITIE and TimesPro have strategically collaborated to introduce programmes catering to sector-specific requirements and to address the challenges of Industry 4.0.
It will be conducted via TimesPro’s Interactive Learning (IL) platform and delivered through the Direct-to-Device (D2D) mode. The teaching approach will be highly interactive with real-world insights, case studies, assignments, Capstone projects, assessments, and self-learning modules. The programme would include subjects such as Supply Chain Management, Operations Management, Business Optimisation, Project Management, Digital Supply Chain, Financial Analytics for Supply Chain, Global Logistics, Blockchain and IoT, Machine Learning, Demand Forecasting, etc.