Quantitative Techniques and
Operations Management

About Quantitative Techniques and Operations Management


About Us

The Quantitative Techniques and Operations Management group contributes through teaching, research and corporate training programs. The Area offers specialisation in Operations Management and also conducts core courses and a wide range of elective courses list shared. The Area also contributes significantly to executive education both, short and long term. The QT&OM faculty members have interests in Procurement and planning, supply chain management, decision making under uncertainty, logistics management., Inventory Management, Data Analysis, Industry 4.0, Digitalization, Smart Manufacturing, Sustainability, Green Supply Chain, Food Supply Chains, Measurement of Productivity, Service Quality and Information Technology in Indian Banking Sector, After Sales services, Green collaboration, Supply Chain-Business/Humanitarian, Quality aspects, Operations Strategy, Supply Chain contracts, Supply chain coordination, supply chain modelling and network design, Mathematical model building for supply chain and operations related problems, Manufacturing Strategy, Lean Manufacturing, Digital Manufacturing, Work system Design, Business Competitiveness, Industrial Ergonomics, Operation Management, Service Operation, Supply Chain Management, TQM, Healthcare Management, Health Economics, Public Health, Digital Health.

Faculty Members

The Quantitative Techniques and Operations Management area consists of the following members

Prof. Sumeet Kaur
Prof. Sumeet Kaur

skaur@fsm.ac.in

PhD, Saurashtra University; M.Phil (Statistics); M.Sc (Statistics); B.Sc (Statistics) - Gujarat University

Prof. Alok Kumar
Prof. Alok Kumar

alok@fsm.ac.in

Ph.D(Operational Research), University of Delhi; M.A(Operational Research), University of Delhi; B.A(Hons.) Mathematics, University of Delhi

Prof. Hitesh Arora
Prof. Hitesh Arora

hitesh@fsm.ac.in

PhD; Post Graduation (Operational Research); Graduate in Mathematics (Hons.) - University of Delhi

Prof. Mohita Gangwar Sharma
Prof. Mohita Gangwar Sharma

mohita@fsm.ac.in

FPM, IIM-Lucknow; MPIB, IIFT; B.Tech., IIT-BHU (Varanasi)

Prof. Rajesh Sikka
Prof. Rajesh Sikka

rajesh.sikka@fsm.ac.in

Ph.D. (Management) from Faculty of Management Studies, University of Delhi, B.E. from Delhi College of Engineering, Executive Masters in International Business from Indian Institute of Foreign Trade, Delhi, Fellow member of The Institute of Cost Accountants of India.

Prof. Shirsendu Nandi
Prof. Shirsendu Nandi

shirsendu.nandi@fsm.ac.in

FPM(PhD) (Operations Management and Quantitative Techniques), IIM Indore; MSc (Mathematics), IIT Kharagpur; BSc (Honours) (Mathematics), Presidency College, Calcutta University

Prof. Shubhangini Rajput
Prof. Shubhangini Rajput

shubhangini.rajput@fsm.ac.in

PhD, IIT Delhi; MBA (Information Technology enabled Services), ABV-IIITM, Gwalior; B.Tech (Bioinformatics), Dr. D.Y. Patil University, Pune

Prof. Sourabh Kulkarni
Prof. Sourabh Kulkarni

sourabh.kulkarni@fsm.ac.in

Fellow (Industrial Engg), (NITIE, Mumbai) , M.Tech (Industrial Engg), VIT-Pune Pune University, B.E.(Production Engg), Shivaji University, Kolhapur.

Prof. Vinaytosh Mishra
Prof. Vinaytosh Mishra (On EOL)

vinaytosh@fsm.ac.in

B-Tech(ECE), IIT (BHU), Varanasi; MBA, Institute of Management Nirma University, Ahmedabad; Ph.D., IIT (BHU), Varanasi.

Prof. Veepan Kumar
Prof. Veepan Kumar

veepan.kumar@fsm.ac.in

Ph.D. (Operations Management), IIT Delhi; M.Tech. (General Mechanical), SVNIT Surat; B.E. (Mechanical Engg.) MIT, Pune



Courses offered by us

The QT&OM Area faculty offers the following courses in various programs.

PGDM Core Courses

Business Analytics-I (BA-I) – 3.0 Credits
Optimization Model for Decision Making (OMDM)-3.0 Credits
Operations Management-I (OM-I) – 1.5 Credits
Operations Management-II (OM-II) – 1.5 Credits
Business Research Methods (BRM)-1.5 Credits
Project Management (PM)-1.5 Credits

PGP Elective

Business Analytics-II
Multivariate Data Analysis
Procurement Manufacturing Planning & Control
Advance Project Management
Supply Chain Management
Operations Strategy
Decision Modelling Using Spreadsheets
World Class Operations
Global Logistics Management
Service Operations and Analytics
Healthcare Analytics

PGP-X Compulsory Courses

Business Analytics-I (BA-I) – 3.0 Credits
Optimization Model for Decision Making (OMDM)-3.0 Credits
Business Research Methods (BRM)-1.5 Credits
Project Management (PM)-1.5 Credits

FDP Courses

FDP on SPSS & Research Methods
FDP on Multivariate Data Analysis

Executive Education Programmes

Effective Purchasing Skills and Strategic Sourcing
Decision Making Techniques for Managers
Advance Excel Training
Manufacturing Competitiveness Through Operational Excellence
Successful Implementation of Public Private partnership project

The list of electives above, including those specified as SAPR, is indicative and tentative. Students may opt for these courses subject to specialization requirements, availability, eligibility, limitations on class size, etc.