In collaboration with LSC (Logistics Sector Skill Council), Govt. of India.

6 Month Certification

  • Environmental Studies 
  • English
  • Fundamentals of Logistics
  • Principles of Management
  • Business Statistics
  • Materials Management
  • Warehousing and Distribution Centre Operations

The 6 months certificate program is being designed to facilitate the skills of the students so that they are gainfully employed at various levels in Logistics Sector. This certificate program also emphasizes on developing personality, management and communication skills. After completion of the certificate program, the student will have better understanding about the Materials Management, Warehousing and Distribution Centre Operations, Logistics and basic Statistics. The prospective job opportunities after completion of this program are inventory clerk, courier delivery executive, forklift operator, Telesales Representative warehouse picker/packer, Data feeder warehouse.

Course Objective

A three years Under Graduate Management Programme at JIMS is an intensive, rigorous and methodical study designed to:

  1. To help the students in understanding the role and major functions of logistics in a market-oriented society.
  2. Provide them with comprehensive analysis to have better insight into key contemporary issues and problems in logistics management.
  3. Reinforce the importance of using total supply chain costs in all analysis and techniques for measuring and managing supply chain uncertainty.
  4. Development of critical and analytical Skills to efficiently administer varied managerial positions.
  5. Aid in the development of reflective thinking techniques, thereby contributing to growth of entrepreneurial skills.

Course Highlights

  1. A judicious mix of classroom and on-the-job training.
  2. Expert Faculties with industry experience.
  3. Well-structured lectures with latest methodology of teaching.
  4. Practical logistics job knowledge training with placements too.
  5. Better communications skills for faster employability internationally also.
  6. Guest Lectures from leading industry experts on prevailing Industrial practices.
  7. Club Activities to harness people management and organizational skills.
  8. Online based student support services.


Minimum 50% marks in 10+2 (best of four) including English

Fee Structure

Total Fees

Rs.4,05,000 + Rs.3000 per annum (Student Activity Fund) + Rs.5000 Security Deposit

Ist Installment (Payable at the time of Admission)

Rs. 73,000 {Rs.65,000 + Rs. 5000 (Security Deposit) + Rs. 3000 (Student Activity Fund)} payable at the time of admission.

IInd Installment

Rs. 65,000 payable by December 31, 2021.

IIIrd Installment

Rs. 70,500 {Rs. 67,500 + Rs. 3000 (Student Activity Fund)payable by July 31, 2022.

IVth Installment

Rs.67,500 payable by December 31, 2022.

Vth Installment

Rs. 73,000 (Rs. 70,000 + Rs. 3000 (Student Activity Fund) payable by July 31, 2023.

VIth Installment

Rs. 70,000 payable by December 31, 2023.


Lecture Halls and Seminar Rooms

Fully air-conditioned, spacious lecture halls and custom-built seminar rooms, equipped with latest audio-visual aids, provide an excellent infrastructural back-up for academic interaction among faculties and students.


JIMS’ library is a veritable storehouse of information with ample text and reference books, national and international periodicals and journals. Well equipped and fully computerized library provides latest research and reference material in print and audio-visual formats along with the facility to refer to e-journals, Project Reports, Government Publications etc. To cultivate values in students and enhance their personality, the knowledge storehouse has an array of books on social issues and historical readings. The reading rooms provide a conducive environment for better learning and concentration.

Labs with Internet

All the Computer labs are well versed with access to internet with a speed of 10 Mbps along with wifi connectivity in the whole campus.

Guest Lecture

No. Course Topic Resource Person
1 International Logistics Management Integrated Logistics: Concept & Barriers Mr Shyam Denken, Denken Global Supply Chain Pvt Ltd.
2 Retail Logistics and E-Commerce Logistics Dimensions: Macro & Micro Aspects, Backward & Forward Linkages Mr Ramesh Venkat, LSC-Industry Connect
3 Logistics Network Design The Three Logistics Network Designs Mr Karthick. Nallamuthu, Senior Business Consultant, Yash Technologies.
4 Port Terminal Logistics Port Officials and their Roles Dr Unnikrishnan. Maritime Consultant, LSC
5 Liner Logistics Liner Trades and Containerisation Mr V L Harish, Trade Manager, MSC Shipping Company-Saudi
6 Retail Logistics and E-Commerce Logistics as Interface for Market Forecasting & Stock Management Suresh Kuttan, Director in Jetaa Express Solutions LLP
7 Logistics Network Design Determining Optimal Sourcing & Distribution Strategies Biswajit Roy, Manager in a top Supply chain and Logistics company
8 Liner Logistics Ship Management and Operations Prof Sasi Kumar, IMU
9 Port Terminal Logistics Container Terminals: Functions and Importance Dr Unnikrishnan. Maritime Consultant, LSC
10 Retail Logistics and E-Commerce    Ecommerce: Order Processing Activities  Mr Suresh Kuttan, Director in Jetaa Express Solutions LLP
11 Logistics Network Design  Importance of Data for Logistics Network Design Dr. Samir Prabhakar Yerpude, Deputy General Manager in Tata Motors.Ltd.
12  Port Terminal Logistics Reasons and Solutions for Congestions in Terminals Dr. Unnikrishnan, Maritme Consultant, LSC
13 International Logistics Management  Chartering: Types, Charter Party, Arbitration Mr. Shyamsundar CK, Director M&S Denken Global Supply Chain pvt ltd
14 Retail Logistics and E-Commerce Reverse Logistics Process Suresh Kuttan, Director in Jetaa Express Solutions LLP
15 International Logistics Management  Documentation for Custom Clearance Mr Shyamsundar CK, Director M&S Denken Global Supply Chain pvt ltd
16 Retail Logistics and E-Commerce  E Business Models Mr. Prem

Industrial Visits

Industrial visits are very important for students undergoing professional education. It provides an insight regarding the inner workings of an organization. It contributes to the achievements of various essential learning outcomes and program objectives thus helping the student realize his own potential.


  • Dehlivery
  • SRS Logistics
  • Ecom Express Private Limited
  • H&S Supply Chain Services Private Limited
  • Even Cargo


An apprenticeship is a system for training a new generation with on-the-job training and often includes some accompanying theories to be studied in classroom environment. Apprenticeship is provided to develop “skilled workforce for the future”. The main aim is to learn adequate skills for gainful employment at various levels of managerial cadre in the Logistics Industry. Students get hands-on training which gives them a real chance to put their skills into practice and helps them to gain more confidence in a working environment. Students are equipped with technical and core skills needed to take on new jobs, both for today and in the future. Various companies where students completed their apprenticeship were Dehlivery, SRS Logistics, Ecom Express Private Limited, H&S Supply Chain Services Private Limited and Even Cargo.

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