Innovative Teaching Practices


Innovations by the Faculty in Teaching and Learning Methodology

S.No. Name of the Innovative Method Description Name of the courses using Innovative methods.
1 Online Content Availability In addition to the class-room teaching, all faculty members provide access to students to the pedagogical resources, for a revisit / revision of the concepts discussed, and for a later date reference. The online availability of lecture content, in mainly textual format of each day’s lecture, as well as some limited audio-visual content is maintained, in the College’s ERP system.
  • All MBA subjects.
2 Formative Tests
  • In all subjects, a formative test is held after each Module/ Unit is completed, to assess the students grasp on the topics covered.
  • This not only gives feedback to students about their level of preparedness, but also an insight to the faculty members about the fine tuning required in their teaching pedagogy.
  • As the name suggests, this formative test score is just for a reality check. The score is not used for students’ assessment, normally. It is often given as a surprise test.Different Concepts of mentioned subjects are explained to students through MATLAB simulation.
  • All MBA subjects
3 Case Studies Use of real time problems documented by businesses and other organizations, and the turmoil gone through, while solving them go a long way in understanding management concepts. Furthermore, the analyses of the strategies undertaken in the face of the problems encountered, in terms of their effectiveness and efficiency, helps in developing insight and applying this knowledge in both practical and educational contexts.
  • All MBA subjects.
4 Integration of Current Events with the curriculum being taught. Items from news and current events in business, governance and administration are brought into the discussion purview, to expose students to recent occurrences, and their impact on the management discipline.
  • Business Environment
  • Emerging Technologies
  • Global Business
  • Marketing
  • Tax Planning
  • Financial Management
5 Flipped Classroom Model
  • Students use class time for making presentations on their own, including discussions, question and answer sessions and problem-solving sessions, with the teachers help and under their supervision, with a systematic disbursement of topics to identified students, planned in advance.
  • HRM
  • Marketing
  • Business Communication
  • Business Statistics
6 Student Mentorship Program Junior batches are lined up with senior batch students, for a parsing of topics that are a little tricky or complex, wherein the senior students engage lectures/ discussions/ break up of topics with inputs given at a more co-equal basis. These less formal clusters afford a more open discussion platform
  • Managerial Economics
  • Business Accounting
  • Business Statistics.
7 Research based Projects Use of rigorous research methods in business, and striking at the relevant information, crucial to business management, by identifying, collecting, statistically analyzing and reporting relevant data
  • Mini Project 1 & 2
  • Summer Training Project
  • Research Project
8 Using ICT and Video Lectures Using video resources available on the world wide web, from renowned and eminent sources for gaining knowledge and newer perspectives
  • Marketing/ Digital Marketing
  • Organizational Behavior
  • Business Communication