1)Provide students the “practitioner's perspective”:
A high level of corporate input, which will enable Business Schools to form stimulating business-academic partnerships for teaching and research. The school should engage business leaders and entrepreneurs throughout the academic year, through discussions and workshops will provide the students the “practitioner's perspective”.
2) “Experiential Learning Programme”:
Students should be given the opportunity to consult companies through a special 'Experiential Learning Programme' , which allows student teams to work with industry partners on real-world business issues, giving them the perfect opportunity to apply their learning outside the classroom and gain new perspectives on business and more.
3) “Intense student participation”
A student-centered teaching methodology at B-School entails working in group which encourages intense participation, as students learn to present their perspectives, defend their stand and think through management problems.
4) Equip students with global knowledge:
Understanding international market shifts, appreciating concepts of dynamic international environment, sensitizing oneself to cross cultural experience and knowledge of intercultural communication are some of the greatest management challenges of our times. Business today goes beyond national boundaries and the need of the hour is managers who can think global.
5) Exposure to business analytics :
Judicious blend of involving interactive class sessions, case analysis and simulations and project work ensure effective absorption and application.
• Syllabus mapped corporate assignments
• Real world business analysis / Analytics.
• Loads of Case studies.
• International exchange/Overseas study tour.
• Building global perspective.
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