Building Resilience in Supply Chains and Communities

SPJIMR Mumbai 22-24 December, 2021 Virtual

(Online mode)



Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan’s S P Jain Institute of Management & Research (SPJIMR) in collaboration with Production and Operations Management Society (POMS) India Chapter announces an international conference on the theme “Building Resilience in Supply Chains and Communities”. SPJIMR, as one of Asia's finest business school, has persistently built on its unique strength of imparting high-quality management education through pedagogic innovations, encouraging business-academia interface and emphasizing on its twin objectives of ‘Influencing Practice’ and ‘Promoting Value-based Growth’. It has acquired the reputation of meeting societal needs by offering unique, purposeful, and relevant programmes. SPJIMR is a constituent of the Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan which is India’s premier non-profit organisation that has, over seven decades, worked for the cause of education, preserving and promoting India’s rich cultural heritage.

POMS/POMS India Chapter

POMS is an international professional organisation representing the interests of professionals from around the world. Organised under the aegis of POMS India Chapter, this society aims to further the mission and efforts of POMS Worldwide. The purposes of this society are:

  • To extend and integrate knowledge that contributes to the improved understanding and practice of production and operations management;
  • To disseminate information on production and operations management to managers, scientists, educators, students, public and private organisations, national and local governments, and the general public;
  • To promote the improvement of POM and its teaching in public and private manufacturing and service organisation throughout the world.


Theme and Objectives

Since the outbreak of Covid-19 pandemic, people across the world have been facing unprecedented challenges that has resulted in loss of lives and livelihoods to many. Extreme uncertainties in both supply and demand have severely disrupted supply chains and resulted in huge losses for companies in India and abroad. The economic and social impact of the pandemic has been devastating to many communities. Businesses are struggling to regain their momentum and are trying to adapt to the ‘new normal’. Companies need to transform their supply chains to build flexibility and resilience. Communities also need to transform themselves to effectively utilize available resources to withstand and recover from such adverse situations. Innovations in management of technologies and of people are required to bring in such transformations. Therefore, it is important for academicians, research scholars, practitioners, and policy makers to deliberate on the theme “Building Resilience in Supply Chains and Communities” and share their experience on a common platform.


The objective of the international conference is to provide a platform for academicians, researchers, and practitioners to:

  • disseminate research and provide insights into the challenges, opportunities, and emerging strategies in the domain of Operations and Supply Chain;
  • present case studies on application of tools and techniques;
  • explore cutting-edge ideas, results and share experiences.

The conference will also host workshops and panel discussions led by experts from academia, industry and Non-profit organisations.



Highlights of the Conference

  • Keynote addresses by eminent academicians and practitioners
  • Panel discussions
  • Workshop / tutorials  
  • Doctoral Colloquium
  • Paper presentations
  • Publication of conference proceedings











Call for Papers

We would like to invite academicians, researchers and practitioners to submit an extended abstract of their ongoing research work/case studies in the broad area of operations and supply chain management. The POMS India International Conference 2021 at SPJIMR will have 15 broad research tracks (along with conference theme track) included, but are not limited to the following:

Track 1 & 2:

Supply chain resilience and

Supply chain strategies for pandemic response and recovery

Track Chairs:

Prof. Sundaravali Narayanaswami, IIM Ahmedabad

Prof. Priyanka Verma, NITIE, Mumbai

Track 3 & 4:

Emerging technologies in supply chain management and

Supply chain collaboration and coordination

Track Chairs:

Prof. Rameshwar Dubey, Liverpool Business school

Prof. Satish Krishnan, IIM Kozhikode

Prof. Shekhar Shukla, SPJIMR

Track 5 & 6:

Supply chain sustainability and

Socially responsible business operations

Track Chairs:

Prof. Rupesh Kumar Pati, IIM, Kozhikode

Prof. Debabrata Das, NITIE, Mumbai

Track 7:

Community resilience – role of public, private and NGO partnerships

Track Chairs:

Prof. Sreevas Sahasranamam, Glasgow, UK

Prof. Rajeev A, IRMA, Anand, Gujarat

Track 8:

Diversity and inclusion in communities

Track Chairs:

Prof. Shalini Parth, SPJIMR

Prof. Amit Jain, SPJIMR

Track 9:

Innovative models for financial equity

Track Chairs:

Prof. Disha Bhanot, SPJIMR

Prof. Arunima Haldar, SPJIMR

Track 10:

Humanitarian operations and crisis management

Track Chairs:

Prof. Anbanandam Ramesh, IIT, Roorkee

Prof. Lijo John, SPJIMR

Track 11:

Service supply chains

Track Chairs:

Prof. Sachin Jaiswal, IIM, Ahmadabad

Prof. Amol Dhaigude, TAPMI

Track 12:

Behavioural operations

Track Chairs:

Prof. T.T. Niranjan, IIT, Bombay

Prof. Rahul R Marathe, IIT, Madras

Track 13:

E-Governance and Digital Transformation

Track Chairs:

Prof. Ashutosh Moduli, PDPU Gandhinagar

Prof. Rishikesan Parthiban, SPJIMR

Track 14:

Public health and Healthcare Management

Track Chairs:

Prof. G. Anand, IIM, Kozhikode

Prof. Sushmita Narayana Aghalaya, NITIE, Mumbai

Track 15:

Operations Research tools/applications in decision-making

Track Chairs:

Prof. Devendra Kumar Yadav, NIT, Calicut

Prof. Subir Rao, SPJIMR



How to Submit a Paper

  1. Go to the website: (
  2. Click "Log in" at the top-right of the page
  3. If you already have an account, please enter your username and password
  4. If you are a new user of the website, please click on the link "Create an account" and register yourself
  5. Once you have logged in to the account, please enter the following in the address bar (
  6. Under the 'author' role, please click on the link "make a new submission"
  7. Enter your paper details and complete the submission process

If you have any questions about submitting paper to any particular track, feel free to contact the conference coordinators via e-mail/mobile.



Doctoral Colloquium

The POMS India International Conference will host a Doctoral Colloquium with the objective to provide students with guidance on their doctoral research efforts and help them increase their chances of having a successful academic career. In addition, the students would be given an opportunity to discuss their dissertation work with experts in their field. The colloquium will be held online and is open to doctoral students and any student who aspires to do a PhD in the field of management. The following are the sessions planned:

1. Early PhD Workshop

This workshop will help students who are currently in their course work/pre-proposal stage to identify research ideas/questions, understanding data sources and data collection processes from an Indian perspective.

2. Panel discussion: Navigating the job market and early career challenges

This panel discussion would help students understand when is the right time to apply for an academic job, prepare for recruitment seminars/interviews, etc. The panellists would include both seasoned academics and recent PhDs who will share their experiences.

3. Student presentations – Parallel Sessions

Students would present their research work to an expert faculty and get one-on-one feedback. The top two best presentations would be chosen for the best paper award.

4. Panel discussion – Enhancing teaching and learning effectiveness

This workshop will have a panel of experienced academics who will talk about creating an engaged classroom, leveraging different tools to enhance teaching effectiveness, etc.

The doctoral colloquium provides an opportunity for students who are pursuing their PhD / FPM to present their research to other students and experts in the field. A panel of distinguished researchers will offer feedback and provide valuable insights that can help students improve their research work. It is a platform for research scholars to exchange ideas in a relatively informal setting.

The aim of the colloquium is to contribute towards a transformative journey for a doctoral scholar, who will learn the nuances of a research journey and receive feedback on their research and publications. Extended abstract of 1500 words submitted to the doctoral colloquium will be reviewed, and top three research papers among those presented at the colloquium will be considered for the award of “Best Doctoral Paper”.

The submissions of extended abstracts (1500 words) for Doctoral Colloquium can be mailed directly to Dr Sreedevi R (Assistant Professor, SPJIMR) with email: and Dr Sushmita Narayana (Assistant Professor, NITIE) with email:



Important Dates

Submission of abstract (word limit of 100)

Extended till 31st October 2021 Link

Submission of extended abstract (Doctoral Colloquium)

Extended till 31st October 2021 Mail IDs: ( and

Notification of acceptance

15th November 2021

Full paper submission (Optional)

1st December 2021

Registration opens

1st November 2021

Registration closes

12th December 2021


Registration Fees

Academic Industry

INR 3000/-


INR 1000/-

Delegates from Abroad

US$ 50/-




Conference Steering Committee:

  1. Dr. Varun Nagaraj (Dean, SPJIMR)
  2. Dr. Vasant Sivaraman (Associate Dean, Academics, SPJIMR)
  3. Dr. Sushil Gupta (Florida International University, USA)
  4. Dr. Karuna Jain (IIT Bombay)
  5. Dr. Nagesh N. Murthy (University of Oregon, USA)
  6. Dr. Sajeev Abraham George (SPJIMR)

Conference Co-Chairs:

  1. Dr. Debmallya Chatterjee (SPJIMR)
  2. Dr. Subodha Kumar (Temple University, USA)

Program Co-Chairs:

  1. Dr. Sreedevi R (SPJIMR)
  2. Dr. Lijo John (SPJIMR)

Advisory Committee:

  1. Dr. K. K. Sinha (University of Minnesota, USA)
  2. Dr. Manoj Kumar Tiwari (NITIE, Mumbai)
  3. Dr. Suresh Sethi (UT Dallas, USA)
  4. Dr. Aravind Chandrasekaran (The Ohio State University, USA)
  5. Dr. Haritha Saranga (IIM, Bangalore)
  6. Dr. Sriram Narayanan (Michigan State University, USA)
  7. Dr. Asela Kulatunga (University of Peradeniya, Sri Lanka)
  8. Dr. J. S Lamba (KJSIMSR, Mumbai)
  9. Dr. Sushmita Narayana Aghalaya (NITIE, Mumbai)
  10. Dr. Debabrata Das (NITIE, Mumbai)
  11. Dr. Rupesh Kumar Pati (IIM, Kozhikode)
  12. Dr. Vijaya Dixit (IIM, Ranchi)
  13. Dr. Amit Bardhan (FMS, Delhi)
  14. Dr. Jitendra Madaan (IIT, Delhi)
  15. Dr. Rahul R Marathe (IIT, Madras)
  16. Dr. Peeyush Mehta (IIM, Calcutta)
  17. Dr. Sachin Jaiswal (IIM, Ahmadabad)
  18. Dr. Milind Sohoni (ISB, Hyderabad)
  19. Dr. Satyendra Sharma (BITS, Pilani)



Contact Details: 

Mr. Praful V More 


Tel: +91-9004370787 (Between 9.00 am – 5.00 pm IST)

Contact Details for Doctoral Colloquium:

Dr Sreedevi R (Assistant Professor, SPJIMR)    Email: 

Dr Sushmita Narayana (Assistant Professor, NITIE)    Email:

POMS India International Conference 2021 Schedule
Start TimeEnd TimeActivityVenue
DAY 1 : Wednesday, 22 December 2021
11:45 AM12:00 PMInauguration - Prof. Sreedevi RAuditorium
12:00 PM1:30 PMWorkshop I - Prof. Haritha Saranga / Prof. Sirish GoudaWorkshop Tab
1:30 PM2:30 PMLunch Break
2:30 PM3:15 PMPlenary Session - Keynote Address I : Prof. Janat Shah, Director, IIMUAuditorium
3:30 PM4:30 PMPanel Discussion I : Teaching and learning effectiveness (Profs. Sesha Iyer, Renuka Kamath, Jitamitra Desai and Ajith Kumar)Auditorium
4:30 PM5:45 PMDC Paper Presentations - Parallel TracksPaper Presentation Tab
6:00 PM7:00 PMPanel Discussion II : Navigating job markets (Profs. Vijetha, Gopal, Rohit Nishant, Abishek, Lijo)Auditorium
7:00 PM7:15 PMConclusion of DCAuditorium
DAY 2 : Thursday, 23 Decemebr, 2021
11:30 AM11:40 AMAddress by the Conference ChairsAuditorium
11:40 AM12:10 PMWelcome Address - Dean, SPJIMRAuditorium
12:10 PM12:25 PMAddress - POMS member - Karuna Jain (POMS-India Chapter President)Auditorium
12:30 PM1:00 PMAddress by the Chief Guest - Mr. Jejurikar, Executive Director, Auto & Farm Sectors at Mahindra GroupAuditorium
1:00 PM2:00 PMBreak
2:00 PM3:15 PMPanel Discussion III: Digitisation in the SC for SC ResilienceAuditorium
3:15 PM3:30 PMBreak
3:30 PM4:45 PMPaper Presentations in Parallel Tracks-IPaper Presentation Tab
5:00 PM5:45 PMKeynote II- Dr. Kamalini RamdasAuditorium
6:00 PM7:15 PMPanel Discussion IV : Dean's PanelAuditorium
DAY 3 : Friday, 24 Decemebr, 2021
12:00 PM1:15 PMPaper Presentations in Parallel Tracks-IIPaper Presentation Tab
1:15 PM2:00 PMLunch Break
2:00 PM3:15 PMPaper Presentations in Parallel Tracks-IIIPaper Presentation Tab
3:15 PM3:30 PMBreak
3:30 PM4:30 PMPanel Discussion V: Building Resilience in CommunitiesAuditorium
4:30 PM4:45 PMBreak
4:45 PM6:00 PMWorkshop II - Arvind Chandrasekaran - How to write the Introduction of a paperWorkshop Tab
6:00 PM6:45 PMKeynote III - Dr. Malavika (Tata Trusts)Auditorium
6:45 PM7:00 PMValedictory function (Vote of Thanks - Prof Debmallya Chatterjee)Auditorium
SPJIMR – POMS India International Conference
Theme: Building Resilience in Supply Chains & Communities
December 23-24, 2018
Session 1 (December 23, 03:30 PM – 04:45 PM)
Session 1.1: Community resilience, E-governance and digital transformation
Paper No.Paper TitleAuthorsSession LinkSPOCSPOC EmailSPOC Contact
23Determinants of Governance Structures in Public-Private Partnerships (PPPs): Evidence from IndiaDhanshyam Mahavadi and Prof. Samir K Srivastava 9988284565
164Critical factors for building resilience during crisis : A Study from the Field of Management EducationSapna Malya, Aditi Divatia and Sajeev George
168Do digital technologies lead to sustainability goals: A systematic literature reviewRiddhi Goel and Rupesh Kumar Pati
175A third(s) dimension to Multi-Sided Platforms' Operation: Impact of Covid-19Subhasis Mishra, Akash Krishnan and Bhupesh Manoharan
191Understanding supply chain barriers for Renewable energy projects: An Interpretive Structural Modelling (ISM) approachV V S Narayana Raju and Debmallya Chatterjee
Session 1.2: Emerging technologies in supply chain management
Paper No.Paper TitleAuthorsSession LinkSPOCSPOC EmailSPOC Contact
9A conceptual framework of IOT based servitization for progress towards circular economySivakumar S 9952058713
13Supply Chain Learning in the era of Disruptive TechnologiesSidhartha Padhi and Snigdha Choudhury
53Additive manufacturing applications in healthcareVirendra Kumar Verma, Sachin S. Kamble and L. Ganapathy
94How Crowdshipping is going to change the business strategies?Dheeraj Kumar and Sushmita Narayana
173Modern Technologies as antecedent of care service synchronization and sustainable care ambienceSamyadip Chakraborty1 and Tulika Chakravorty
Session 1.3: Humanitarian operations and crisis management
Paper No.Paper TitleAuthorsSession LinkSPOCSPOC EmailSPOC Contact
28The financial impact of manufacturing repurposing during the COVID-19 pandemicHugo Lam 9497278120
16A model for understanding governance of humanitarian supply chain collaborationChandra Prakash
26A Multi-period Model for Humanitarian Relief Operations During Pandemic OutbreaksYashoda Devi and Sabyasachi Patra
172A multi-objective model for placement optimization in refugee resettlementAjinkya Tanksale, Debashree De and Niraj Kumar
Session 1.4: Operations research tools/applications in decision making
Paper No.Paper TitleAuthorsSession LinkSPOCSPOC EmailSPOC Contact
6Order Release Dates and Flexible Time Windows - Do they matter in Vehicle Routing Problems?P N Ram Kumar 9944426599
92Port Performance Index: An approach for holistic port performance measurement and decision makingNikesh Nayak, Sarada Prasad Sarmah and Mamata Jenamani
22Analysis of collaborative barriers between post-harvest handling and storage for agri-fresh produce fruits and vegetables :A grey DEMATEL approachMukesh Barua and Santosh Anand
38Risk Mitigation mechanisms in Public-Private Partnership (PPP) contracts using dynamic real options approachDhanshyam Mahavadi and Prof. Samir K Srivastava
Session 1.5: Operations research tools/applications in decision making
Paper No.Paper TitleAuthorsSession LinkSPOCSPOC EmailSPOC Contact
162Supply Chain Sourcing and Distribution Strategies Post Pandemic in the Automobile SectorGyanesh Sinha, Deepika Dhingra and Nidhi Sinha 8096063236
166Productivity measurement of a manufacturing firm using Malmquist Productivity IndexAvishek Pandey, Bivash Mallick and Sourav Das
176Unrelated Machine Scheduling with optimal weighted WIP buffer, setup time, and resource constraintAvishek Pandey and Sri Krishna Kumar
20A solver based algorithm for the capacitated single item lot size problemVijay Bilolikar and R Seshan Iyer
167A Combined Delphi – DEMATEL approach for identifying and ranking of Enablers for Resilient SMEsDr Siva Kumar Pujari
Session 1.6: Service Supply Chain, Innovative models for financial equity
Paper No.Paper TitleAuthorsSession LinkSPOCSPOC EmailSPOC Contact
77Are You Consuming Nutritious Foods? - Consumer Behavior Perspective for Functional Foods-Shailly Chaurasia, Prof. Rupesh Kumar Pati and Prof. Sidhartha S. Padhi 9632163026
180Agency vs. Reselling: Impact of Competition from Brick and Mortar retailer on Service InvestmentSubhasis Mishra, Prasenjit Mandel and Safiul Alom
153Who Should Finance an Online Retailer Under Operational Risk? Manufacturer vs Platform.Sambit Brata Rath, Preetam Basu and Prasenjit Mandal
90Delivering smiles along with products: e-fulfilment and customer satisfaction in social commerceSoma Amol Dhaigude and Bijuna C Mohan
Session 1.7: Socially responsible business operations
Paper No.Paper TitleAuthorsSession LinkSPOCSPOC EmailSPOC Contact
11Transforming local SMEs to adapt Circular Economy – An exploratory Study on Small and medium-sized Enterprises in Visakhapatnam, IndiaKondala Mukesh and Sai Sudhakar Nudurupati 9960269241
25Redesigning E-waste Recovery NetworkNitin Koshta and Sabyasachi Patra
29The impact of the UK Modern Slavery Act on firms’ supply chain strategiesHugo Lam
201Career Anchors and Motivational Expectancies of Prospective Indian ManagersDr. Mihir Ajgaonkar, Dr. Debasis Mallik, Dr. Keith C. Dsouza, Miss Sanjana Khosla
156Are Non-Profit Organizations in India disclosing enough? An
explorative study
Pushker Prasad and Lijo John
Session 1.8: Supply chain collaboration and co-ordination
Paper No.Paper TitleAuthorsSession LinkSPOCSPOC EmailSPOC Contact
19Cost learning and strategic inventories: who shall carry inventories in a vertical supply chain?Ganesh Balasubramanian, Benny Mantin and Sachin Jayaswal 7046436114
24The Formativeness and Reflectiveness of Different Latent Variables in a Buyer-Supplier Relationship ModelArijit Mitra and T.A.S. Vijayaraghavan
91Supplier Encroachment: The Impact of Learning by DoingAyush Gupta, Sachin Jayaswal and Benny Mantin
12Optimal Ordering and Coordination in a Two-Echelon Supply Chain under DisruptionRizwan Manzoor and Anand Abraham
18Tackling hoarding problem during the COVID19 pandemic: Does the stakeholder analysis model help?Tung Nguyen
Session 1.9: Supply chain resilience
Paper No.Paper TitleAuthorsSession LinkSPOCSPOC EmailSPOC Contact
27Developing a resilient supply chain: An industry 4.0 approachAjeet Kumar Yadav and Cherian Samuel 8850892159
54Flexible Capacity Investment Strategies for Resilient Supply Chains: Complementarity and Substitution EffectsJ. Prince Vijai
81Formulation of metrics for the supply chain resilience by Modeling behaviour of the firm's service levelsPavan Kumar Gudavalleti and Mahendra Pal Singh
171Where did all the shipping containers go?Ankit Sharma
Session 1.10: Supply chain sustainability
Paper No.Paper TitleAuthorsSession LinkSPOCSPOC EmailSPOC Contact
14Supplier selection and order allocation techniques in a risk associated sustainable environment- a case studySouvik Bisai and Dr. Krishnendu Shaw 9677862529
127Product Launch and Upgrade Decisions in the Presence of Take-back LegislationAsit Tripathy, Sidhartha Padhi and Abhishek Srivastava
161Demystifying the drivers behind climate friendly corporate investmentsRahul Mishra and B. Koteswara Rao Naik
204Organization Change Management for building Resilient Supply ChainsKallol Basu
170Sustainable practices in E-commerce – Products, Packaging and DeliveryShreyansh Bhirani, Sheila Roy, Akansha Mishra
Session 2 (December 24, 12:00PM – 01:15 PM)
Session 2.1: Socially responsible business operations
Paper No.Paper TitleAuthorsSession LinkSPOCSPOC EmailSPOC Contact
102Analysis of government tariffs for substitute products in a dual-channel supply chainAmit Ranjan and J K Jha 9988284565
157The COVID-19 shock and services trade: explaining the heterogeneous declineAnirudh Shingal
200Factors Impacting Failure of Women MicroenterprisesSreedevi R, Disha Bhanot and Sriram Narayanan
30Analyzing the Impact of Social Capital on Firms and Supply chainsVinay Ramani and Debabrata Ghosh
21Analyzing the Strategies that will help the Retail Industry for Handling the COVID-19 CrisisManish Mohan Baral, Subhodeep Mukherjee, Venkataiah Chittipaka and Ramji Nagariya
Session 2.2: Operations research tools/applications in decision making
Paper No.Paper TitleAuthorsSession LinkSPOCSPOC EmailSPOC Contact
72Enablers of the end-of-life management of electric vehicles batteriesAsit Tripathy, Atanu Bhuyan and Ramakrushna Padhy 9952058713
73Optimal dynamic pricing and preservation technology investment for a centralised supply chain considering carbon emissionAnand Ranjan and J K Jha
75Predicting the exchange price of the returned core using data mining approach: A case study on smartphones.Satchidananda Tripathy and Akhilesh Kumar
7Task Assignment Problem in Airport Ground Handling Services - A Column Generation ApproachP N Ram Kumar
103Designing an optimal sequence of non-pharmaceutical interventions for controlling COVID-19Debajyoti Biswas and Laurent Alfandari
Session 2.3: Supply chain strategies for pandemic response and recovery
Paper No.Paper TitleAuthorsSession LinkSPOCSPOC EmailSPOC Contact
5Is Lean manufacturing the way forward?: Learnings from Indian Auto Industry Supply Chain Post COVID-19Sahil Nanda and Sirish Gouda 9497278120
10Exploring innovative ways of managing logistics in Indian Firms and their alignment with their StrategyAlok Kumar Singh
76Travel during the pandemic: A case of Indian hotelsSundar Raghavan and M. S. Gajanand
Session 2.4: Public health and health care management
Paper No.Paper TitleAuthorsSession LinkSPOCSPOC EmailSPOC Contact
104Calculating the “Cost of Improper Scheduling” for multi-objective home healthcare delivery problem with inconvenient time-windowNiteesh Yadav and Ajinkya N Tanksale 9944426599
114GIS Application for Healthcare waste management: A case studySomi Jain, Abhishek Raj and Cherian Samuel
174Antecedents of Social Sustainability in Healthcare: An empirical study in post covid-19 perspectiveVaidik Bhatt and Samyadip Chakraborty
193Effect Of Covid-19 Pandemic In Indian Blood Banking SystemKriti Karmakar and Pradip Kumar Roy
Session 2.5: Emerging technologies in supply chain management, Diversity and inclusion in communities
Paper No.Paper TitleAuthorsSession LinkSPOCSPOC EmailSPOC Contact
169Industry 4.0 and Supply chain performance: A systematic literature reviewJaya Priyadarshini and Rajesh Kumar Singh 8096063236
181Analyzing the impact of user reviews on Medical Tourism using Knowledge GraphAnshul Ujlayan and Roopendra Roopak
165Mobilizing Merchant’s Mindset- Identifying Facilitators and Barriers of Continuance Intention for Mobile Payment Acceptance among Indian merchantsPraful More, Dr. Ashu Sharma and Dr. Christine D'Lima
202Mobile Apps as Digital Emancipators of Women in Emerging EconomiesAlka Agarwal, Dr. Jyoti Jagasia and Dr. Ashish K. Jha
Session 3 (December 24, 02:00PM – 03:15 PM)
Session 3.1: Operations research tools/applications in decision making
Paper No.Paper TitleAuthorsSession LinkSPOCSPOC EmailSPOC Contact
115A Comparative Study of Indian States Based on the Utilization of Renewable Energy SourcesArun Pratap Singh, Ramanujam Tiwari and Prashanth V Anand 9632163026
123Improved Benders Decomposition Method for Multi-period Hierarchical Facility Location-Allocation Problem Related to Maternal HealthcareAnkit Chouksey, Prof. A. K. Agrawal and Ajinkya N. Tanksale
152Retailer's Store Brand Strategy in the Presence of CounterfeitingPrasenjit Mandal
160Understanding the role of flexibility in Supply Chain ResiliencyVikash Sharma, Rakesh Raut, B E Narkhede and Ravindra Gokhale
Session 3.2: Emerging technologies in supply chain management
Paper No.Paper TitleAuthorsSession LinkSPOCSPOC EmailSPOC Contact
129Platooning - A Solution to Decarbonise TransportSivanathan S and Srirangarajalu N 9960269241
151Cooperating With Your Competitor: A Strategic Analysis of Accepting Consumer ReturnsPrasenjit Mandal, Abhishek Roy and Preetam Basu
158Applications of Internet of Things (IoT) for efficient Inventory Management: An OverviewDevinder Kumar and Rajesh Kumar Singh
159Blockchain technology for Procurement 4.0: An overviewPreeti Jain and Rajesh Kr. Singh
194Development of Integrated Conceptual Model Using DOI-TAM-TOE Factors Affecting Adoption of Electronic Commerce in Small and Medium EnterprisesPraful More, Dr. Ashu Sharma and Dr. Christine D’Lima
Session 3.3: Operations research tools/applications in decision making
Paper No.Paper TitleAuthorsSession LinkSPOCSPOC EmailSPOC Contact
31Progressive Type-I Interval Censoring Schemes under Competing Weibull Causes of FailureSoumya Roy 7046436114
70Determining Efficient DMUs – An alternate approach using Ratios and Goal ProgrammingG Srinivasan
154Non-parametric generalised newsvendor modelSoham Ghosh and Sujay Mukhoti


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