Five-day Induction Program Kicks Off Strathclyde Skil Business School Year-doat

Reference-and-Education A five-day session from September 19-23 introduced the first program to be offered from the Strathclyde Skil Business School (SSBS) campus in Greater Nodia – the Masters in Management (MiM). As Prof. Bhimaraya Metri, Dean, SSBS has said: This two-year Masters builds on Strathclyde’s long established excellence in research and teaching. Students will be awarded a degree by the University of Strathclyde a UK institution one of Europes top 20 business schools The MiM provides students with an all-round foundation that prepares them for the world of management, said Prof. Metri. MiM is a two-year degree programme in which students will visit Strathclyde for one semester and will do an extended internship with an Indian .pany where they can employ their theoretical knowledge to a practical situation, he said. The .pany-based project will provide an invaluable opportunity of applying the knowledge gained from full-time studying to a concrete business setting. This high-quality mix of theory and practice makes our programme a unique learning experience, ideal preparation for managing in todays challenging business environment. According to Prof. Taylor, the induction program was an invigorating and hugely successful learning event. The students very quickly grasped the distinctive orientation of the MiM; for example the relationship of theoretical learning to practical application, the importance of a reflective practitioner, he said. Students were also hugely enthusiastic about the innovative and group-based methods of learning which they had not encountered before. The emphasis in this program of studying on active learning was greatly wel.ed. The five-day induction program got underway with high tea, followed by addresses by: Prof. B. Metri, Dean of the school; Prof. Taylor, Academic Director, MiM Prorgamme; Ms Simrat Joshi, Chief Operating Officer, SSBS and Dr. Sanjeev Verma, Chairperson, MiM Prorgamme at SSBS. This in turn was followed by a presentation about Strathclyde SKIL Business School by Prof. Taylor and a question and answer session for students, along with an address via Skype by Prof. Susan |Hart, dean of the Strathclyde Business School in Glasgow. The first day of the program wound up with a session covering the library and e-resources facilities, conducted by Prof. Taylor and one on developing the culture of entrepreneurship by Manoj Uthup. Over the course of the next four days there were presentations on: The Navco Case Study – Decision Making in the .pany of Today by Prof. Taylor, Prof. Metri and Dr. Sanjeev Verma; reading research and report writing (Prof. Taylor and Dr. Verma); how to be.e a corporate leader (Sanjay Goyal, vice-president of Ericsson and Prof. Metri) and case teaching and case analysis (Dr. Verma). And students were clearly impressed, with one calling the SSBS program a refreshing sight to the Indian education sector as it not only provides high quality education but also imports real time business concepts and rich cultural experience to India. We as students clearly inferred that this B-school will go a long way in the Indian history. The Strathclyde SKIL Business School (SSBS), is affiliated with Strathclyde Business School (SBS), Scotland, (one of Europes top 20 business schools) which shares its seal of approval from: AMBA (Association of MBAs) UK; AACSB (Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business) the U.S.A.s best known accreditation body and EQUIS (the European Quality Improvement System) Europe. About the Author: 相关的主题文章: