Our Teaching Methods
We believe in Innovative Education. Our teaching method refers to the general principles, pedagogy, and management strategies used for classroom instruction. We develop students with strong fundamental and conceptual skills and capability, combined with a deep sense of responsibility towards society and they are groomed to become leaders. As there is an increasing diversity of students – with varying age, aspirations, cultural, and academic backgrounds. we have effective faculty who support the learning of those students with diverse learning needs and develop curricula and teaching strategies appropriate for a wide range of learning environments. The activities carried out under this is detailed below:-
✦ Classroom Interaction:
Classroom interaction which is an essential teaching technique it practically Intensifies the development of the two very important language skills which are speaking and listening among the students. It also helps students to be competent enough to think critically and share their views among their peers. The presence of the Faculty combined with audio and visual teaching methods make the classroom a lively theater for learning.
✦ Case Study method:
The case study method involves an up-close, in-depth and detailed investigation of a subject of study and its related contextual position. Our faculty integrate case study in classroom teaching which helps to analyze complex issues or object in-depth, and detailed examination of the case.
✦ Group Discussions:
Group discussion in teaching methods refers to a communicative situation that allows its participants to share their views and opinions with other participants. It is a systematic exchange of information, views, and opinions about a topic, problem, issue, or situation among the members of a group who share some common objectives. We focus on improving communication skills as it can encourage students to become more confident in speaking up and asking questions.
Routine Presentation facilitates students to develop and demonstrate a wider range of skills, it polishes their speaking, Presentation, and Confident skills. Our faculty sets the abilities of students that enable them to: interact with the audience; transmit the messages with clarity; engage the audience in the presentation, and interpret and understand the mindsets of the listeners.
✦ Live Projects:
Live projects make students “corporate-ready”. It nurtures conceptual, analytical, communication, and interpersonal skills, also helps them experience leadership learns detailed operations of a particular industry.
✦ Simulation & Exercises:
Simulation & Exercise in the classroom help and make learning interactive, enjoyable, and realistic. It also enhances the eye for details, improve analyzing skills, enable quick decision making, make students cooperative and team players, and give them long-lasting impressions of the subjects, which they have learned inside classrooms.
✦ Project Reports:
The project report is written evidence of tasks, processes, and activities that are undertaken and accomplished by the students while pursuing their projects and implementing them. This report is an official document that reflects precise and concrete information about the different aspects of the project ranging from the overview, requirements, practical aspects, theoretical considerations, tasks furnished, outcomes gained, objectives listed, reports attached, abstracts, experiments and results, conclusions and recommendations to the implementation and scope of the project.
Reading is a very important tool in teaching it supports students to grow mentally, emotionally, and psychologically. Reading comprehension in the classroom provides motivation, mental frameworks for holding ideas, concentration, and understanding the subject in depth.
A great device for engaging students and bringing life to the classroom. Using debates, seminars, quiz competitions in the classroom can help students understand essential critical-thinking and presentation skills of the desired topic. Class competition or debates give students the opportunity to test their thoughts and views against that of their peers.