Tag Archive: experiential learning

Feb
16

How to Become Job Ready Professionals By Taking Advantage of Experiential Learning

Experiential learning can be defined as process of learning which is not limited to just interactive classroom session. It is boundaryless and helps students relate to theories through their application in the real world wherein they desire to enter. It can be in the form of opportunities that help them tackle challenges that come their …

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Mar
14

The Aim of education, is it knowledge or action? – Imparting Experiential learning in MBA classrooms

“Tell me and I forget. Teach me and I remember. Involve me and I learn” – This quote by Benjamin Franklin has become immensely relevant to Management Education today. For students pursuing MBA while it is essential to have academic focus, it is no longer enough to just finish their degree in a classroom. To …

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Nov
29

Industrial Visit to Bisleri International Pvt. Ltd

F.W. Taylor explained Management as “an art of knowing what you want to do and then seeing that they do it in the best and the cheapest manner.” To understand the process of management, we not only need to study it theoretically but also practically. To give us a practical view of the management process, …

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Oct
05

Learning Marketing Strategies at FIIB Marketing Fair

National Marketing Conference (NMC)  dealt  with  informative discussions among experts in the panel including an inspection of how it is possible for business schools to teach the subject of marketing from contemporary marketing perspective in  a way that the relevance and quality of teaching and research in marketing practices become useful to business community, faculty, …

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