LOGISTICS SECTOR SKILL COUNCIL
EXIM ACADEMY Is Affiliated With Logistics Skill Council (LSC) As on 18th July 2018
LSC has developed 6 levels of education in this vertical starting from Picker to Executive. Keeping view the local demand for these jobs and the availability of manpower, we, at Exim Academy are offering L3 and L6 courses. The required qualification and period of teaching are given below:
|NSQF Level||Qualification||JOB ROLE||Duration|
|L3||10th pass/ Plus 2||ASSOCIATE – Performing ground activities||3 months|
|L6||Any Degree||MANAGER – Overall Accountability Of Unit On Profit&Loss And Business Growth||6 months|
We follow the concept of finishing school in our approach to transforming students in to professionals. Apart from classroom teaching, industrial visits and project work, there is also exposure to simulated conditions in warehousing. There is constant input on personality building and inner growth of individuals so that the students become matured professionals. It is the matured professional who drive companies to scale up and in the process scale themselves too.
Warehousing scenario in India had just undergone a tectonic shift post GST 2017. The area under warehousing in India increased from a mere 113 million Sq.ft to 170.3 million sq.ft in 2018. It is expected to reach 297 million sq.ft by the year 2021. What drives this phenomenal expansion? Advent of E Commerce companies like Amazon, Flipkart and many others changed the business landscape of retail.
Supply, Storage and Distribution are the three vital elements of warehousing. It is these three that drive businesses. The major consumption centers are Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkatta, Chennai, Lucknow, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Surat, Indore, Coimbatore and Kochi. But of late not only tier II cities joined this bandwagon but also rural areas pitched in.
Deliveries in Europe for on line purchase happen within 6 to 12 hours whereas in India it is 2 days plus. Consumers want reduction in this dwell time. Efficiencies in this sector can happen only if skilled manpower is available. Thus there is big skill gap in this sector. The Logistics Skill Council (LSC) identified warehousing, as a sector for which skilling and up skilling is needed. LSC employs three parameters viz employment potential, industry validated skill gap and projected growth for this purpose. On these parameters, Warehousing has been identified as a domain requiring skilled hands to deliver.