Teaching & Learning Process


Teaching learning process consists of four basic elements viz Planning, Implementation, Assessment and Evaluation. The institute has set up appropriate processes in place in order to have clear cut objectives and learnings goals for each stakeholder involved in the teaching learning process such as students, faculty, academic administration and management.

Teaching Learning Process at campus


The two-year PGDM Program is designed with a view to produce professional managers. Keeping this objective in view, the pedagogy is designed accordingly, and a major emphasis is given to student-led activities and field-based activities wherein hands-on experience and learning by doing is the focus. Instructional methodology is course specific rather than a standard one for all. The emphasis is more on the understanding of the concepts, tools & techniques and application of the same in decision-making. Given below is the comprehensive list of pedagogical tools as adopted to enhance learning experienceof students.

Case Study Analysis Assignments
Live Projects Research based learning
Group Discussions Computer aided learning
Theoretical Sessions News Analysis
Experiential Learning and Simulations Lectures by eminent speakers from the industry
Seminars Videos related to relevant topics
Role Plays Presentations by students
Industry Visits Brain storming sessions
Field Visits Workshops
Extempore Leadership Lab
Outbound Training Hackathon

Pedagogical tools adopted for teaching learning process

ICT usage: Various softwares are being used for both understanding and analysis purpose. In subjects like, quantitative techniques, software like Python, GRETEL – R, is used along with conventional Excel application. The software used in Business Simulation Lab are also helpful to student to learn the subjects practically and in live environment. Students are also provided with subscription to financial database of companies through Prowess (CMIE), industry & sector database through Industry Outlook (CMIE) and economy database through Economy Outlook (CMIE). (LIST OF SOFTWARES)

Experiential learning and reflection: Experiential learning is a continuous process and departments undertake various initiatives to inculcate creativity, critical thinking and problem-solving skills. It is implemented in the form of an event (indoor/ outdoor); business simulation (Retail Lab, Business Choupal, Brand Gyan), live projects etc. It adds value to the students’ understanding of the theoretical concepts. Learnings thus accumulated implies that all students bring to learning situations their own knowledge, ideas, beliefs and practices at different levels of elaboration. Improving teaching quality through initiatives outside the classroom is gaining importance for both students and faculty to develop academics in innovative ways.

In addition to the above, the program offers
a- Soft skill classes for personality development: A separate department is being allocated to improve overall personality and communication skills and to groom students to make them industry ready to face various selection processes and interviews of companies.
b- IT Infrastructure: The college provides internet connection to faculty and students. Students are encouraged to use internet as learning resource for completing their assignments and projects and improved understanding of course and learning course better.
c- Library: The library is well equipped with various course books, reference books, e- books, softwares for making learning interesting and enriching.

Identification of Advanced and Slow Learners-

In a class diverse and heterogeneous group of students are studying. They are identified as Advanced Learners and Slow Learners. The slow learners are identified by the course faculty and are divided into groups to conduct sessions for them as per the schedule. Proper documentation is made in terms of contents of the topics and attendance. Advanced Learners are identified after the internal examination of the first phase of first semester and subsequently they are asked to indicate their area of interest such as case writing, research paper writing, business plan, quiz completion, market survey etc. The other needs/interests/hobbies of the student is cultivated and promoted with the help of student forums and committees.

Assessment Methods and tools

Use of Various assessment tools for continuous evaluation of students: The various assessment tools includes but not restricted to:
(1) MCQs / Objectives / Quiz
(2) Assignment
(3) Class Tests
(4) Presentations
(5) Viva-voce
(6) Practical Tests