MBA (Operations Management) is designed exclusively for
Engineers to meet the needs of diverse sectors of economy. The course is oriented to
fill in the void of operations competencies needed to successfully drive businesses
through the complex dynamics of the global economies.
Briefly, SIOM is an Institute that is dedicated to the
creation of operation managers who are proficient at improving an organization's
operational performance by minimizing 'defects' in the manufacturing and service-related
processes. Inspired by the motto of the institution ‘Empowering and leading
Operations excellence for Industry excellence and community wellbeing”, engineers
who step out of the SIOM portals and stride into the corporate world, prove to be prized
assets for modern day organizations. The sectors open for career in operations are
Manufacturing, Consulting Firms, Retail, Financial Institutions, Transportation and
Logistics, Construction, Information Technology and Hospitality. Students are equipped
to attract strategic job profiles in Process Improvement and Management,
Developing, Implementing and forecasting strategies, Supply chain network
designing and Optimization ,Supplier demand management, Procurement, Demand forecasting,
Quality Management, SCM Consulting, Process Improvement, Client Service Manager, and
many more given the capacities and expertise gained during the course. Highly advanced
and Industry relevant state-of-the-art course with balanced understanding of
technical-analytical and organizational-behavioural aspects of the market makes this
On campus academic sessions and pedagogy is as follows:
Regular sessions: These are regular
classroom sessions on courses listed in the SIU approved programme structure for which a
fortnightly schedule is communicated to all students through the portal.
Project Based learning: Live Projects are
sought from the Industry for which students register and appear for the selection
process. Selected students then complete the project as a module in lieu of the some
subjects. Apart from these students are required to do projects, assignments, for
certain core and elective subjects, as per course plan prepared by respective faculty.
Projects will also be undertaken as a part of the Consulting Club. The objective is to
inculcate research capability & practical insights and problem solving of the
subject within the student.
SAP–ERP: SIOM under University
Alliance Programme with SAP ACC from Victoria University, Australia provides in house
SAP-ERP training to students through SAP trained faculties on various modules
Six Sigma: All students undergo Six Sigma
training through theory & practical sessions with live projects which is evaluated
by KPMG experts to earn Lean Six Sigma Black Belt Certification.
It is crucial that students equip themselves with prior
reading based on the course plan of each course for effective learning experience. The
course plan suggests delivery mechanism of course along with pre reads, case studies,
presentations, which students are required to go through before-hand. Absence of this
may lead to compulsory library hours for the students
Co-curricular Learning Activities:
Value added and enrichment courses are offered through
various platforms. These form an important supplementary part of mainstream learning.
Students are expected to participate and attend all such sessions.
Workshops: Workshops for skills development
or in-depth inputs of subjects which may or may not be a part of the course structure
Guest Lectures / CEO Meets: Heads of
Corporate / CEOs of companies are invited to share their experiences with the students
to impart practical insights and relevance of subjects
Institute events are hosted to create industry-academia
interaction platforms like HR Summit, Tattv which help students to get real life
learning from industry experts
Industry visits: Industry visits are
arranged during Semester. Every student visits at least one company to give them an
exposure to the Manufacturing / Operations / Retail / Service / Quality sectors /
Industries in and around Nashik.
Outward Bound Learning (OBL): OBL is to
foster learning and camaraderie through management games and simulations in natural
Community outreach projects: Students are
assigned a specific and time bound community project as a 1 credit course to enhance
sensitivity towards the societal environment in which we live and imbibe citizenship
International Research conference: The
conferences invite academicians, research scholars, and corporate professionals to
present innovative ideas and concepts through their research papers that support and
justify the operations excellence in the management of supply chain that is considered
to be interdisciplinary. The conference features keynote speeches and Panel discussions
from industry and academia experts.
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