The curriculum development is a team process. The team makes a systematic decision on the learner’s characteristics, indented outcomes, content, methods and evaluation strategies. Each step in the curriculum development process builds on the previous step to provide systematic approach. The curriculum development process systematically organizes what will be taught, who will be taught, and how it will be taught. Always, there are new ways to put things together in s little different way, to be more systematic or to adjust and adopt new situations. We borrowed ideas, from various sources on the concepts for Curriculum Development, progress planning, evaluation and training. This is to build the best practices from theory and practice of curriculum development, program planning, evaluation and student development.
Curriculum Development Cell is functioning effectively in CIMAT under the guidance of Principal since from 2018.
Curriculum Development Cell Finalize the curriculum for their concerned specialisations with periodic revision of the curriculum befitting the current trends and demands of the industry and the employment market and present before the Boards of Studies in every semester.
CIMAT has brought in many new innovative pedagogies for various courses in the MBA program. Many pedagogies effectively teach management concepts and theories, transforming students into world-class global managers with managerial and decision-making skills. Initiatives by the Faculty on teaching and learning is summarized below under five heads,
Experiential learning provides an opportunity for active/interactive learning experiences in-class as well outside the classroom environment. With such real time learning activities, students can better identify their prospective areas of work in the overall organizational functions.
CIMAT largely adopts experiential learning such as Industrial Visits, Field Visits and Real Time Trading Program (RTTP) as a value-added learning method for management students. Learning from textbooks, lectures and other study material does not suffice for holistic learning. Practical, hands-on learning is essential for better understanding of work processes and business functions. Such visits and real time programs give greater clarity about important management concepts, as students practically experience how these concepts are put into action. Students pursuing functional specializations in Marketing/ Finance/ Operations/ HR/ Analytics and Entrepreneurship help them gain hands-on experience of how industry operations are executed.
Visit to an Industries > Problem Identification > Apply TQM techniques > Identify an activity for improvement > Prepare and complete the study report
Student members > Brainstorming > Selection of Market > Faculty Approval > Preparation of Unstructured Questionnaire >Field Visit >Relate the Demand and Supply Elements > Team Presentation and Interaction
Student members > Identify investment objective > Market Analysis > Corpus of investment > Risk return analysis > Present the investment process
Activity-based learning describes a range of pedagogical models to Business and Management teaching. Its core premises include the requirement that learning should be based on doing some hands-on experiments and activities. The idea of activity-based learning is rooted in the common notion that Management Students are active learners rather than passive recipients of information. If a student is provided the opportunity to explore by their own and provided an optimum learning environment, then the learning becomes joyful and long-lasting.
In outbound programs, students are made to go through various outdoor activities where they will be required to face challenging situations as individuals and teams. This will help them to see the importance of communication, leadership, teamwork, planning, and delegation. Outbound training is one of the best platforms for personality development, confidence building, and team building. The Learning Program was fully activity based. The student underwent their actions in a free, fun-filled, pleasant, and safe environment.
It is necessary to enjoy some movies that convey the importance of ethics and morality in the business landscape. The movie club of CIMAT aims to develop not only practical communication skills but also the overall personality of the students by providing opportunities to refine their soft skills. It focuses on developing logical thinking, creativity, innovative ideas, and decision-making skills and improving group dynamics and event management skills by organizing and conducting events.
Ever wonder what a typical day in the life of a CEO looks like? If you aspire to become the CEO of a well-known corporation, then this interview log could give you some insights. While many people like the idea of being in the highest position of power, CEOs hold a lot of responsibility. Students interviewed a few CEOs and documented the showreels for aspirants trying to find the right career for themselves or planning to move on to leadership roles.
An MBA student should always read the newspaper, like The economic times, Business Standards, and the Telegraph, because, in these newspapers, The student will get lots of business-related news, which will help with an MBA to learn. How the market is going up and down, how the markets are performing, and all the business-related news they will be getting. The students will discuss the latest news with their classmates every day.
Summer Internship Project (SIP) helps students better understand their own competence, leading to more self-confidence and a can-do attitude that can spread to their academic pursuits and work, by involving in SIP students learn to tackle tough problems and challenges in the community services them by learning problem solving skills and enjoy the satisfaction of overcoming hurdles. SIP opens students to a wealth of networking opportunities, allowing them to build new relationships within their community as they contribute, Students can meet new people, work with new organizations, and strengthen their ties to the community. SIP allows students to take what they've learned and apply it beyond the classroom. Taking part in socially relevant projects teaches students valuable skills like ability to follow instructions, teamwork, problem solving, and networking above all being humane.
Summer Internship project is to sensitize students on civic and community issues, to enhance their interpersonal skills and work as a team, to understand the problems of marginalized community and enhance them. status through capacity building. The training was on learning and developments which helped students identify the need, develop a learning module, designing and delivering the program.
The Learning Management System (LMS) automates the wide administrative tasks in in CIMAT, such as registering users, planning the courses, tracking course execution, recording data, charting a user’s progress for certification, and providing reports to accreditation and control bodies viz., UGC, AICTE. These systems also help our students for interactive learning and better engaging with the courses than traditional methods of delivery. Moodle is a learning management system (LMS) implemented and used by all the faculty members and students in CIMAT. Moodle is an excellent open-source platform for the teaching, learning and assessment of their students in all types of courses because of its Flexibility, Customization and Security offered. Moodle environment also helps to understand the topics with interactive ways such as:
• On-line Assignment submission
• Uploading Course related materials
• Conducting Online quiz
• Grading / Marks (online)
• Instant messages / mails
• Online news and announcement
(i) CIMAT faculty has developed simulation games to teach supply chain management and inventory management. The simulation games made the students to gain real- time experience and helped them to learn the application of management concepts in real-time scenarios.
(ii) A capstone learning simulation game titled as 'The Boardroom' – it is an interactive on- line simulation game that requires to co-ordinate with your fellow CXOs, strategize in a decision- making setting to take the company's share price to the zenith. As a top-level management executive, one would have to take-up a challenging role of the following designations - Chief Executive Officer, Chief Finance Officer, Chief Marketing Officer, Chief Sales Officer, Chief Production Officer and Chief Research Officer. All final year students during their last semester undergone the Board room simulation in CIMAT.
(iii) GoldSim Monte Carlo Simulation Software is used to solve supply chain problems during uncertain times. To evaluate the performance of supply chain at different scenarios using critical factors. GoldSim has been also used develop supply chain models for a wide range of applications
The value-added courses are audit courses offered through joint ventures with various organizations providing ample scope for the students and faculty to keep pace with the latest technologies pertaining to their chosen fields of study. Plenty of value-added courses will be proposed by the departments one week before the commencement of class work. The students can choose the courses according to their desires and inclinations as they choose the desired items in a cafeteria. The expertise gained through the value-added programs should enable them to face the formidable challenges of the future and assist them in exploring new opportunities.
|Value Added Courses
|Basics of Web Development
|Business Ethics and Corporate Governance
|Business Sustainability Management
|Corporate Skills for Executives
|Fundamentals of Logistics
|Group discussions and personal interview sessions
|GST Registrations and Returns
|GST & E-Filing
|Internet of Things
|Sales Force Management
|Statistical Package for the Social Sciences (SPSS)
|Stress and Anger Management
|Strong Work Ethics
|Transactions Allowed in Linear Line Yards (Tally) for managers
|Transportation and Distribution Management
|Warehousing and Inventory Management