Pedagogy

Eclectic Approach to Teaching
A variety of methods are used to teach students. Lecture sessions are supplemented with case studies, individual and team exercises,  live projects,  assignments,  seminar presentations,  business games, etc. Considerable emphasis is placed on team assignments,  team discussions and teamwork.


Attendance
Students are required to be on time for classes and regular in their attendance. 100 percent attendance in each course is expected of every student. Absence is permitted for reasons such as sickness,  accidents, bereavements or officially assigned work. However,  such absence should not exceed 10 percent in a course.

Comprehensive Evaluation System
Performance in each course is evaluated separately. It is based on a continuous and multifaceted system of periodic quizzes,  class tests,  midterm tests,  home assignments,  class performance and end-term written examination. As a general rule,  the final end-term examination is not given more than 50% weightage in deciding the grade of a course. The grading system is as follows:

Grade

A+

A

B+

B

C+

C

D+

D

F

Equivalent Points

8

7

6

5

4

3

2

1

0

 

Qualifying Requirements
A minimum standard of academic performance is required on the part of the student,  to qualify for the award of the diploma. A minimum CGPA of 4.6 is required for the promotion from first year to second year and a CGPA of 5 (average of B grade) is required at the end of the second year to be awarded the PGDM.

 

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