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TNSCST SPONSORED NATIONAL LEVEL ONE DAY SEMINAR ON “Decision Support Systems for Effective Supply Chain Management”

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TNSCST SPONSORED NATIONAL LEVEL ONE DAY SEMINAR ON “Decision Support Systems for Effective Supply Chain Management”

By: me

February 25, 2019

TNSCST SPONSORED NATIONAL LEVEL ONE DAY SEMINAR ON“Decision Support Systems for Effective Supply Chain Management”

Department of Mechanical Engineering organized a one day seminar on “Decision Support Systems for Effective Supply Chain Management”, on 23 January, 2019 for all the Research scholars, Faculty members and UG & PG Students between 09:00 a.m. and 04:30 p.m.

The session was handled by

Technical topics and Speaker Detail:

Topic Speaker Name
Session 1- INTRODUCTION AND SCOPE OF EFFECTIVE SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENENT

Dr. M. NATARAJAN

Both Industrial R&D Consultant & Professor-Mech, AIT

Session 2-NEED FOR DECISION SUPPORT SYSTEMS AND ITS INDUSTRIAL RELEVANCE

Dr. S. R. DEVADASAN

Professor-Production, PSG TECH

Session 3-APPLICATION OF DECISION SUPPORT SYSTEMS FOR EFFECTIVE SUPPLY CHAIN RISK MANAGEMENT

Dr. D. ELANGOVAN

Professor-Mech, PSG i TECH

Session 4 – APPLICATION OF DECISION SUPPORT SYSTEMS FOR MAINTENANCE ENGINEERING MANAGEMENT

Dr. P. KARUPPUSWAMY

Prof & Head-Mech, Ramakrishna

One of the most important aspects of Supply chain management logistics network to assignment of products to warehouse. DSS that various companies and industries employ depends on manufacturing characteristics, demand fluctuation, transportation and inventory costs. The actual industrial practices from raw material procurement into final products. It is very useful for timely decisions, prioritized decisions, better solutions, critical reviews and loss reduction.

About 17 faculty members, 6 Research scholars and 150 students, benefited from the session.

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