Today's competitive business world keeps on putting more and more stress on effective planning and management, which can help an organization to be at the same level or become better than its competitors, increase customer base and overall profitability. Hence, they are always in search of talent who can deliver operational efficiency while satisfying customer requirements right from the point-of-origin to point-of-consumption. In order to make this talent industry ready, many B-Schools are providing various courses on operations and supply chain management. The supply chain and operations course teach students to analyse market trends, influence industries, forecast demand, inventory management and various governmental policies. The wholesomeness of the course attracts MBA students across India, who are interested in management careers in engineering, manufacturing, and logistics. If you are one of those MBA aspirants who want to build their career in operational experience, then this article might help you out. Get crucial information on business schools known for their operation courses, fees, average salary after placement, test and cut-off percentile here.
Operations Management is all about planning, organizing and supervising the end-to-end production and manufacturing process. Operations Management roles are generally delivery focused. An Operations manager ensures that the organization turns raw materials and resources into final products. The role takes up a wide range of tasks, such as - forecasting, product design, supply chain processes, maintenance, inventory, and quality management.
|College Name||Fees (In Lakh)||Avg. Salary (LPA)||Test||Cut-off percentile|
|IIM L||14, 16||15||CAT||90+|
|SJMSOM, IIT B||9.11||20.8||CAT||90+|
|ISB||34.63||20||GMAT,GRE, CAT||600, 680, 90|
|FORE||11||18||CAT, XAT, GMAT||85, 97, N.A|
|TAXILA||5.8||7||CAT, MAT, XAT, CMAT, GMAT||N.A|
|VGSoM, IIT Kharagpur||10.51||17.4||CAT||90|
|GLIM||15.86||13.1||CAT, GMAT, XAT, MAT, CMAT, ATMA, NMAT||N.A|
|DMS IIT Delhi||8.80||16.5||CAT||87+|
|DMA IIT Madras||8||13. 5||CAT||85|
|JBIMS||6||18.91||CAT, CMAT, CET||85+|
|School of Management, Dr DY Patil University||8.40||5-6||CAT||70+|
The answer lies in your requirements .-
- If you are someone who has scored exceptionally well in entrance tests and wants to go to the best colleges that the country has to offer, then XLRI, IIM B & C, NITIE fit your vibe.
- If you are someone who is looking for a return on investment (ROI), then business schools like NITIE, Mumbai, SJMSOM - IIT B, JBIMS etc. will be the ideal choice for you.
- If you are someone who has not scored well in entrance tests but still aspire to go to a good school then schools like - DY Patil University, SIBM Hyderabad, etc. are some options for you.
- For some, the region is a very important factor in choosing a business school. E.g, if you are from Mumbai, you may prefer a business school in close proximity to your home city.
I hope this list helps you narrow down your search and make an informed career decision. Till then, all the best for your B- School hunting!