Outcome Based Education (OBE)
To remain in the top league of B-Schools, the Institute has introduced Outcome Based Education (OBE) by developing and nurturing a culture of excellence in teaching, training and research. OBE which is practised by the leading B-schools is student/ learner centric as compared to the traditional form of education which has always been teacher-centric. Thus, the focus is to have a clear picture of what the students should be able to do at the end of their learning experience and thereby modifying the curriculum, instructions and assessment accordingly to ensure that the learning really takes place. Rubrics have been developed to assist faculties in rating qualities of learning outcomes. It is a document that articulates the expectations for an assessment component by listing the criteria or what counts, and describing levels of quality of performance from excellent to poor.
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Assurance of Learning Standards is set which evaluates how well the course accomplishes the educational aims (learning goals) at the core of its activities. Measures of learning shall assure external constituents such as potential students, trustees, public officials, supporters and accreditors that the Institute meets its goals. This is followed by the closing of the loop by the faculty submitting a detailed report on the learning process in his/her course which helps in the review and continuous improvement of the curriculum. The emphasis is to shift from lower order thinking and learning (remembering, understanding and application) to higher order thinking and learning (analyzing, evaluating and creativity). The faculty sets challenging standards of performance to encourage students to be engaged deeply with the issues they are learning. Teachers strive to provide expanded (extended) opportunities for the learners, and believe that given appropriate opportunities, most students are capable of achieving high standards of performance. Thus, personalized attention is given to the students by virtue of learning through frequent faculty-student interaction and small groups.
A three-year bachelor's degree (10+2+3) or equivalent in any discipline from a recognized university with at least 50% aggregate marks or equivalent CGPA.
Candidates appearing in the final year of the Bachelor's Degree can also apply provided they furnish the proof of having met the minimum eligibility criteria within three months of commencement of the programme. They should have appeared in all the examinations of their graduation by the time of commencement of the programme