Assistant Professor
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Academic Domain: Logistics, supply management and international business.

Siranjeevi M S, Assistant Professor, is a passionate mentor with expertise in the areas of Supply Chain Management, International Business, Strategic Management, and Logistics. He was awarded by the Tamil Chamber of Commerce in 2010 for being the best outgoing student in Logistics.


His love for Logistics and Supply Chain Management has allowed him to motivate and guide students to pursue a professional career in these fields.

MBA, Amet University, 2009

NET – UGC, 2010

  • Awarded best outgoing student in Logistics by Tamil Chamber of Commerce2010
  • Gold medalist in AMET University 2007-2009 Batch.

HR in tourism, logistics and supply chain management, ICT in education.

HR in tourism.

  • A Study On Consumer Preference Towards Seoyon E Hwa Cycle Sharing With Special Reference To Chennai City International Journal Of Innovative Research In Technology , Vol-5(4), 2018(UGC )
  • Study on Tourism Preferences In Chennai, International Journal Of Engineering Development And Research 6(3) Sep 2018(UGC )
  • A Study on Patient Satisfaction in Cardiac Out Patient Department, International Journal for research in applied science and engineering technology, 2017, 5(11) (UGC )
  • Negotiation and maintaining good relationship with suppliers in supply chain, Journal for studies in management and planning, 2017, 3(12) 2017 (UGC)
  • Examining the role of 3PL among logistics service providers: A literature review, International Journal for research in applied science and engineering technology, 2017, 5(11) (UGC)
  • The Determinants of Customer Satisfaction towards cosmetic products, Indo-Iranian Journal of scientific research, 2017, 1(1)(UGC )
  • Impact of goods and service tax on warehousing industry in India, International journal of management, 2017, 8(5) (UGC)
  • A Study On Customer Preference In Online Grocery Shopping Of Divino Foods International Pvt Ltd, Indo-Iranian Journal Of Scientific Research (Iijsr), Vol-2 , 2018 (UGC )
  • Inclusive education for sustainable community and wellbeing: A sustainable development goal standpoint critique, studies in Indian place names, 2020, 40(50) (UGC)
  • MOOCS: A comparative analysis between Indian scenario and global scenario, International journal of engineering and technology, 7(4.39)2018,(Scopus)

Logistics and supply chain.