About IILS Vijayawada


Indian Institute of Logistics is a center of excellence in Logistics & Multi-Modal Transport in the country and overseas in future.

Indian Institute of Logistics has been established as a specialized Institute of Logistics - to be built as a center of excellence in Logistics and Multi-Modal Transport in the country and abroad in due course of time.


To enhance the competitiveness of the Indian Industry and all the key sectors of the economy, which impacts India's growth through integrated initiatives in Multi-Modal Transport and Logistics domain area;

To meet the latent need of the industry for specialized services in Logistics and Multi-Modal transport, ranging from education to research and to consultancy, information services, etc.

INDIAN INSTITUTE OF LOGISTICS , the first of its kind in India, is actively involved in the following spheres of activities:

Training Logistics Professionals in Multi-Modal transport and Logistics area, conduct educational programs.

Increasing awareness, understanding and facilitate adoption of Logistics and Multi-Modal Transport, Best Practices and Technologies across the Indian Industry

Catalyzing excellence in Logistics and Multi-Modal Transport, through its range of Services, and Develop the Logistics industry in India.

The VISION of the Institute is to become an International Center of Excellence on Logistics & Multi-Modal Transport.

To be an effective source of logistic man power for the Nations.

To serve the business community at large.

Social Responsibility:

As the Institute identified the importance of Logistics Management, the Practitioners and researchers alike have grown considerably, particularly, in the last decade of the twentieth century. India, being the second largest growing economy, Indian Institute of Logistics has taken the responsibility to create awareness among the society and thus equip the students with adequate skills and knowledge in General Management functional areas and in the Shipping and Logistics business sectors. The Institute aims to train quality Logisticians to the Industry and thus we are not only creating more job opportunities and also knowledge bank by creating 100% practical, job / skill - oriented training.

About Board Of Directors:

Indian Institute of Logistics is founded & promoted byCapt.V.J.Pushpa Kumar and co-promoted by Mr.Kalpesh Patel an Industrialist.

Capt.V.J.Pushpa Kumar, a Master Mariner from Merchant Navy, also a fellow member of Institute of Chartered Ship Brokers, has vast experience in trading across continents on various kinds of vessels and ashore, acquired a thorough hands on experience on Warehousing, CFS, Custom Clearance Services, Freight Forwarding, Transportation and Distributions.
Mr.Kalpesh Patel was born and brought up at Kisumu, Kenya from a well reputed family of Business background.

After finishing his schooling, though keen to study Masters in Business, but for the Fathers' advice he pursued his graduation in Automobile Engineering. After completing the Engineering, he was managing the Sugar Cane Estate of about 12000 acres, also his family's five of the Printing Presses. To give the best of the Education to his children, he moved to India. Presently he owns-

Soft Drinks Manufacturing (Torino),

Stock Investments and Mutual Funds, and

Owns Commercial Property.

Infrastructure Facilities in IIL-VJA :

INDIAN INSTITUTE OF LOGISTICS is strategically located right at the heart of Vijayawada business center. The building also houses the offices of the reputed Shipping and Logistics companies.
This strategic location is beneficial to the students for connecting to various agencies associated with the Logistics industry right from the day one and also accessible from all parts of the city at the door step.


The Class rooms are fully furnished, spacious, air-conditioned, well equipped with Audio visuals like LCD projectors, OHPs. Our teaching sessions are supported by group discussions, case studies, paper presentations, video discussions, seminars, roleplay, managerial games, etc.,

Friday, September 18, 2009

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