Collaboration for Effective Learning

Operation & Decision Science

Operations Management is the function of managing the operating core of an organization: the activities associated with creation, production, distribution and delivery of the organization’s goods and services.

At the RCM’s club, students work on developing, documenting, interpreting for practice, identifying, and disseminating innovative approaches to Manufacturing and Supply Chain Management. It deals with the study and application of various data analysis, modeling and optimization tools, and techniques that are useful in the real world decision making situations in various areas of management. Synthesis and model-based research of best practices are from around the world

The Club aims to do the following:

  • Educating and training committed professionals for Operations Management practice.
  • Undertaking research and consulting studies on issues of significance in Operations Management and Decision Science
  • Motivating and preparing professionals for academic/ research careers in Operations Management and Decision Science

To impart the students with the relevant knowledge and skills necessary for successfully applying these tools and techniques in various areas of management. Special emphasis is laid on the model building aspect, and exposing the students to a wide range of real world situations and how they can be modelled and solved using the tools of decision sciences.