Management Institute

Teaching Learning Process

The Institute offers undergraduate, post-graduate and doctoral level programmes in Management.  The programmes offered by the Institute are rated very high by various b-school rankings, industry and students. At present the Institute offers the following programmes:
Teaching Learning Process:
To  remain  in  the  top  league  B-Schools,  the  Institute follows Outcome  Based  Education  (OBE)  by  developing and nurturing  a culture of  excellence in  teaching, training  and research.  Outcome-Based  Education  (OBE)  which  is  practiced by leading B-schools is student - centric or learner – centric as compared  to  the  traditional  form  of  education  which  has always been more teacher-centric.  It means, each student of the Institute is motivated to take the ownership of his or her learning and reflect on the learning process. Further, to  ensure  effective  learning,  the  Institute  uses a mix of pedagogy such as case study, simulation, discussions, presentations, role plays, project work, etc. in addition to the traditional lecture method  to  make  teaching-learning  process  more  experiential  and participative.

Project-based learning is another salient feature of the teaching-learning process. Students work on a host of projects in different courses as well as across courses. Internship and project-based courses are part of different curricula. These courses are supervised and students are given sufficient support by faculty to apply their learning and learn from real life situations.

Each programme of the Institute has its programme learning outcomes that are derived after consultation with all stakeholders, benchmarking and intensive internal discussions. Then, course learning outcomes are developed on the basis of programme outcomes. The course content and assessment are based on the course learning outcomes. Each programme has mechanisms for the assurance of learning. For example, the rubrics are developed on the basis of course learning outcomes and various assessment mechanisms are developed to assess the level of learning among students. Finally, assurance of learning results in improvement in the teaching-learning process.

Continuous evaluation of learning is followed at the university. Efforts are made to measure cognitive as well as applied learning. Project work, quiz, problem solving exercise, classroom assessment methods, end-semester examination, etc. constitute the different components of the overall assessment. Moreover, students are provided feedback on their work with a view to improve their academic performance.

Curriculum and course upgradation is a continuous process. Its purpose is basically to enhance the learning of students. Business realities are changing fast. Therefore, the various institutes of the university modify and upgrade their curricula and courses from time to time to provide the latest knowledge and skills to our students. Assessment system at the university is open and fair. Students are shown their assessed work and are allowed to discuss their scholastic performance with the instructors.