“Pedagogy in the modern world of business, it is useless to be a creative original thinker unless you can also sell what you create. Management cannot be expected to recognize a good idea unless it is presented to them by a good salesman.”
David M. Ogilvy
At B. K. School of Business Management, the emphasis is on imparting managerial skills to the students. The school believes in the philosophy of “Learning by Doing”.
The course are delivered through a slew of modern teaching techniques such as Case Study Method, Lecture Method, Seminars, Field Visits, Group Projects, Role Playing, Experimental Learning and Simulated Exercises to give the students an opportunity to learn by doing.
The actual mix varies with the nature of a course. For effective learning, this requires student to play an active role in the classroom sessions. The student will be required to a fair amount of practical work by the way of project work, field investigations and case analysis besides library reading and contact hours. Students’ participation in the programme inside and outside of the class will be evaluated on a continuous basis.
The students are encouraged to organize various events and actively participate in other activities. This allows them to appreciate unstructured situations and resource constraints and find ways to work with all these limitations and still make the most of it. B. K. School of Business Management Students’ Council handles activities like placements, cultural events, alumni relations, industry interface etc.