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Education Methodology

The education methodology adopted by NSIBM encourages independent thinking and helps the students in developing holistic perspectives, strong domain knowledge, contemporary skill-sets and positive attitudes.

NSIBM has evolved a comprehensive student-centric learning approach consisting of several stages, designed to add significant value to the learners' understanding in an integrated manner.

Classroom Instruction: Students receive full-time classroom instruction, which will help them to learn and consolidate their understanding of the subjects.

Courseware: NSIBM provides quality courseware comprising of text-books, ca.-studies, reading materials designed for independent and group study.

Assignments: The teaching methodology and evaluation criteria include assignments that help students to evaluate their academic progress.

Case-based learning: NSIBM extensively uses case-study rnethod as a very important teaching and evaluation tool. The students are tested for case-studies in each subject, which reinforces their understanding of the concepts and their ability to apply the same in real-life situations.

Soft Skills: In order to develop the all-around personality of the students for better career prospects, NSIBM conducts soft-skills workshops, during the course of their study. This will help students develop communication skills, presentation skills, group-discussion skills, interview skills, etc.

Summer Internship: This enables the students to experience the rigor of business environment and combine the concepts learned in class-rooms with the real-life situations in organizations.

Live Projects: Students are encouraged to pursue live projects in each of the courses to enhance their learning by applying theoretical concepts to industry situations. This is done under the guidance of experienced faculty to ensure proper focus and implernentation.

Evaluation: Student performance in each course will be assessed by means of continuous evaluation through internal tests and external university exams. Students will be evaluated on the basis of assignments, serninars, projects,test, quizzes, class-participation and a final examination conducted every semester for evaluation and grading.