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MBA(FT) and MBA(IB) 3

rd
Semester : August- 2014
Supply Chain Management - Assignments

A. Seminar Topics
Name Topics
Date of
presentation
AATHIRA AJITHKUMAR
Aggregate Planning in SC
ABHAY MOHAN
Management of Uncertainty in SCM
AKIF I MOHAMMED
Pricing strategies
ALTHAF IBRAHIM
Decision Phases in Details
AMITH K HARIHARAN
SCM and RFID
ANU KRISHNAN C.R
SCM and BPR
ANUJA ABRAHAM
Forecasting methods and SCM
ARUN R.
SCM and Lean Systems,, Agile systems
ARUN V THOMAS
SCM and TQM, Quality Management& QFD
ARYA THULASIDHARAN
Logistics Costing
ASHIK K
Opportunities and Challenges of SCM, Future of SCM
ASHISH KUMAR
Reverse Logistics and Reverse flows in Supply Chain
BASIL ALIAS
SCM and Balanced Scorecard
DEEPTHI VIJAYAN
SCM network design
DIVYA C V
SIX Sigma and SCM
FAZAL UBAID
Vender identification, selection, evaluation and development
GANESH S NAIR
SCM and Extended Enterprises, Virtual Organizations, Virtual SCM
JAYA C S
Conflict relationship strategies for harmonics relationships
JIDHIN JOSEPH P S
SCM and Supporting facilities including material handling
JINSHINA E K
SCM development
KARTHIKA R NAIR
E-Business and SCM
LAKSHMI R KURUP
SCM relations ships, Strategic Partnerships ,SCM relationships,
Third party and fourth party logistics, Cross docking etc

LAXMI MOHAN
Inventory management including inventory decisions in details,
inventory classification, models, VMI, Inventory on wheels

MANU MANUEL
Manufacturing Logistics
MEETU MARIAM VARGHESE
Purchasing including e-procurement, e-sourcing, negotiation, e-
tendering etc

MOHAMED THARIQ
SCM infrastructure, SCM Organizations and Organizational
Structures

MUNDACKAPARAMBIL
SITARA GANGADHARAN
SCM and Bullwhip effect
NASEH ABDUL NASIR
Activity Base Costing
NITISH BHARDWAJ
SCM and Out Sourcing, postponement decisions
PRADEEP KUMAR V. P
Total cost approach and Trade offs
PREETHI ANN THOMAS
SCM challenges and opportunities
RADHIKA K Supply Chain Vulnerabilities and resiliencies
RAHUL M DILEEP
Distribution and planning strategy in SCM
RAHUL R NAIK
SCM performance measures and SCM Matrix
RESHMA FERNANDEZ
Global Logistics and SCM, International Logistics and SCM, SCM in
emerging Markets, SCM & Global Business Environment

RESHMA R
Sourcing and supplier Management including global sourcing,
RINOY AUGUSTINE
Warehousing including warehousing decisions in details and
distribution centres

SAHIR M A
Logistics and SCM information Systems, SCM software
SANAL S
Outsourcing and SCM
SANDEEP LAL K. R
Customer Service measurements and Customer service
management including various parameters etc

SANDEEP SADANANDAN
ERP and SCM
SANEER P A
JIT and SCM
SAPNA R
MRP, MRPII `
SHAFIN S
Role of ICT in SCM including E-Commerce, M-commerce, e-SCM,
ITESCM,

SHAIBIN K R
SCM and Bench Marking
SHECHITHA S CHANDRAN
Quick Response Logistics
SREE SANKAR P
SCM Analytics and SCOR model
SREEJITH P R
SCM and CRM
STEPHEN JOHN
KARIPPACHERY
SCM and GPS & GIS
SUROOP C.S.
SCM and Project Management Tools
SWAROOP R
SCM and Theory of Constraints
SWETHA BALACHANDRAN
SCM Enablers and Drivers in detail,
SYAMA KRISHNAKUMAR C
SCM Risk and reliability management
VAISAKH N J
Transportation management including transportation decisions in
details, modes selection etc

VIDHU I VADAKKAN
SCM Coordination and SCM Integration
VIDHULAKSHMI P V
Supply Chain Obstacles
VINEESH P V
SCM planning and development strategies
VINEETHA P V
DRP and SCM
VISHNU K S
Green Supply Chain Management
VYSAKH U V
Supply Chain Quality

Note: Please read the following information carefully
Time for Presentation 30 Minutes and 30 PPT Slides (minimum) . Last date of submitting the
hard copy of the seminar report (in the prescribed format given and Minimum 10 pages) and
sending the softcopy of the report to the email IDs: smsmbascm@gmail.com, and your
SCM GROUP Email ID is 17
th
September 2014. You have to visit at least 20 valid websites
for the report preparations and all should be included in the reference in the prescribed format.
If references are not in proper format, report will be rejected. While sending Email, you have to
write the Name of the Topic as subject of the Email.
(B) Last date of sending the soft copy of PPT of the seminar presentations to
smsmbascm@gmail.com and your SCM GROUP Email ID is 25
th
September 2014. While
sending Email, you have to write the Name of the Topic as subject of the Email.
You have to visit at least 15 valid industrial websites and other sources, and prepare separate
two reports(in the prescribed format given ) on
(C) Recent developments in the field of SCM
(D) SCM Technologies, and their applicability in the SC operations
All website addresses should be included in the reference in the prescribed format- Last date of
submitting the hard copy of the reports and sending the softcopies of the reports to
smsmbascm@gmail.com and your SCM GROUP Email ID is 10
th
October 2014. If
references are not in proper format, reports will be rejected. While sending Email, you have to
write the Name of the Topic as subject of the Email.
(E) You have to submit an application paper (Individual case Studies) related to SCM (in the
prescribed format given). Last date of submitting the hard copy of the paper and sending the
softcopy of the paper to smsmbascm@gmail.com and your SCM GROUP Email ID is 15
th

October 2014. If references are not in proper format, paper will be rejected. While sending
Email, you have to write the Name of the Topic as subject of the Email.
(F) Read and understand all the seminar topics and prepare two pages abstract by hand
written and submit on 20.10.2014 before 10 AM.
Late submissions will not be accepted.(No excuses)
G) Draw the complete design of the Logistics and supply chain system for the any product
(Individual Product) of your interest., (an example is given at the end milk SCM) including all
aspects staring from raw material sources to the consuming customers. Draw a complete
pictorial representation of the supply chain with all stages. Date of submitting the hard copy of
the report and sending the softcopy of the report to the email ID: mbaptsms@gmail.com and
your SCM GROUP Email ID is 30
th
November 2014 before 10AM. Dont send the report to the
email id: smsmbascm@gmail.com. You have to mention all the various websites you visited
and other sources for collecting materials for the analysis of the case and report preparation.


H. Final Test Paper

Date: will be announced later
Syllabus Complete Syllabus,

Note: No Re-Test for the Final Test paper. (No excuses)









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Instructions for Preparation and Submission of Paper for the Second
International Conference on Logistics and Supply Chain
Management


Jagathy Raj V. P.

School of Management Studies
CUSAT, Kochi - 22
E-mail:smsmib@gmail.com


Abstract: The format of this paper and the instructions shown give the guidelines to prepare the
paper to be included in the Second International Conference on Logistics and Supply Chain
Management ILSCM 2005 to be held at SMS, CUSAT, Kochi, India. Papers should be in
accordance with the style and format given in these instructions. Abstract should not exceed 300
words.

Key Words: Proceedings, ITFM , SMS, CUSAT,Kochi


1.0 INTRODUCTION

1.1. General Information

The proceedings of the conference are to be printed by the end of Oct 2005 and the proceedings will be given to
the registered participants on the first day of the Conference along with the conference kit. Manuscripts previously
submitted or accepted elsewhere for publication must not be submitted. A certificate on the following lines is to be
submitted by the main author together with the manuscripts.

This is to certify that this paper has not been published and is not being considered for publication by any other
organisation or journal and that myself or one of the co-authors will present the paper at the ILSCM 2004
conference.

2.0 SUBMISSION OF FINAL MANUSCRIPTS

Follow the guidelines given below for preparing your manuscripts. Please submit the original manuscript and a copy
of the same along with a soft copy in Microsoft Word format before 30
th
Oct 2005. All submitted manuscripts
should be in the camera ready format which will be reviewed by the review committee for publication in the
proceedings of the conference. They must meet technical standards in addition to length and format restrictions.
The manuscripts are to be sent in a cover with a hard board support to avoid folding in transit. Acceptance of the
paper will be intimated by 30
th
Oct 2005.
Soft copy of the paper can also be sent by email as a MS Word file attachment to smsmib@gmail.com

3.0 EQUATIONS AND SYMBOLS

When numbering the equations, enclose the numbers in round brackets and place them flush on the right-hand
margin of the column

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4.1. Figures and photographs

Line drawings and black and white photographs must be placed as close to their first reference in the text as far as
possible. All line drawings are to be directly brought into the text or scanned into the text.

4.2. Tables

Table 1. Conference Program
Date Time Event
03.08.04
8.30 - 9.30 am Registration of delegates
9.30 - 10.15 am Inauguration of the conference
10.15 - 10.30 am Refreshment

5.0 REFERENCES

List and number all references in the sequence as they appear in the text at the end of the paper as per the
examples shown below. While referring to them in the text, type the corresponding reference number in square
brackets[1]. The sequencing is as follows: Author name and Initials, Year of publication, Name of article, Journal
name, Volume, Pages. In case of Textbooks, follow the format given for Ref.2.

1. Toby Hansen, T., Aug 1996, Magnetostrictive Materials and Ultrasonics, CHEM TECH, Vol. 26, pp. 56-59.
2. Ernest.O.Doebelin, 1990, Measurement Systems Application and Design, McGraw Hill Int. Edn., Fourth Edn.,
Singapore.
3. Subramanian, M., Malhotra, S. and Krishnamoorthy, R., 2000, Acoustic Emission Studies During Fatigue
Testing of GFRP Elliptic Spring Elements, International Conference on Advances in Composites ADCOMP
2000, pp. 21-27
4. Joseph, T, 2004, Information Technology Applications in Business, http://www.erpfans.com/iCT.html,
downloaded on 01.01.2010
5. Anonymous, 2004, Information Technology Applications in Business, http://www.erpfans.com/iCT.html,
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