You can pursue a Bachelor’s Degree in Commerce (B. Com.) by attending a reputed college. You will study subjects like financial accounting, mathematics, statistics and microeconomics.
You have graduated with a relevant degree. You also have relevant work experience. Now, all that’s left is to land a job that will help you learn (and earn) as much as possible! Congratulations, you are now officially a Supply Chain Manager/Logistician!
A postgraduate degree usually ensures better job prospects. You can pursue a postgraduate degree (MBA-SCM) from a reputed college. This is a two-year course. Alternatively, you can opt for a one-year diploma course (PGDM-SCM).
You should be able to confidently solve issues as and when they arise. This requires both, on-the-spot thinking, as well as having backup plans in place. For instance, if there is a shortage of a particular raw material, you should be ready with a solution. Or, if a vendor backs out all of a sudden, you should have a backup vendor who will step in.