Globsyn Business School (GBS) seamlessly blends in the Experiential Learning methodology in its curriculum to enable the students to engage in application-oriented learning. The faculty of GBS seamlessly blend in Experiential Learning into the curriculum to enable the students in application based learning and the delivery structure has been divided into classroom lectures and experiential learning sessions in the ratio of 2:1. Activities, exercises and role-plays ‘beyond traditional education’ need to be an integral part of the curriculum to ensure the students develop cognitive, inter-personal and intra-personal skills to be truly ‘ready’ and ‘relevant’ for the industry. Case based teaching, students participation in live projects, using dance as a pedagogical tool in Business Communication course, industry visits etc. all form a part of experiential learning activities.
The Corporate Connect program is a strategic initiative undertaken by Globsyn Business School to integrate various facets of real-life corporate experiences into the curriculum. As a part of this uniquely designed initiative corporate managers share their real-life corporate and business experiences with students not as standalone ‘experience’ sharing sessions but as integral part of the curriculum.
Boardroom Simulation is a new addition to Globsyn Business School’s ‘learner-centric’ pedagogy, which emphasizes on experiential and case-based teaching methodologies. In this exercise, students of GBS assume the different senior management roles of an organization, with a representative from the industry playing the role of the ‘Chairman’ of the ‘board’ that is tasked upon to solve simulated business crisis situations within the next 2 months. During this period the students, mentored by a faculty of the B-School, conducts extensive researches and finally present a solution to the ‘Chairman’, who either modifies or implements this in their organisation.
These activities will help students imbibe leadership and intrapreneurial skills, become dedicated and compassionate managers and be technologically bent, which will make them truly ‘ready’ and ‘relevant’ for the current industry.