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Innovations in Student Centric Learning – A Study of Top Business Schools in India

Aithal, Sreeramana (2016): Innovations in Student Centric Learning – A Study of Top Business Schools in India. Published in: International Journal of Engineering Research and Modern Education (IJERME) ISSN (Online): 2455 - 4200 , Vol. 1, No. 1 (4 June 2016): pp. 298-306.

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Abstract

Based on opening up the higher education system to Private sectors in India, the competition between institutions for quality education became primary issue of discussion to attract more students to their courses. Innovation in Student-centric learning is one of the basic requirements to attract interested students to the institution. In this context, the institutions of higher education in India are in need of an infusion of quality and clarity on the approach of building world-class educational institutions. In this paper, we have discussed how co-curricular and extra-curricular innovations helped higher education top business schools in India by identifying the innovations made by top business schools in their admission process, course design, course delivery, course schedule, course pedagogy, and examination system. The study is based on collecting the information from top ten old Business schools of IIM category announced by NIRF, MHRD, for the year 2013-15 and some top private business schools. The effectiveness of these innovations is analysed and compared using a self-designed curriculum analysis framework.

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