Loyola introduces BBA Logistics course

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Andhra Loyola College has introduced a new undergraduate course, Bachelor of Business Administration in Logistics Management, from the current academic year.

ALC principal Fr. G.M. Victor Emmanuel announced the apprenticeship-based course.

The students taking the course supported by the Ministry of Human Resources Development and National Skill Development Corporation and the Logistics Sector Skill Council would have the opportunity of apprenticeship in every even semester for three years. A stipend of about ₹6,000 per month would be paid during the period – 18 months.

Fr. Victor said that the course would guarantee a job for the candidates as 126 companies, part of the logistics council, would recruit the graduates.

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