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Management Education that offers marketing courses, course in human resource management, media etc., is something for which each and every student aspires for. The extent to which we learn to manage is “what is important” and in this, some students pursue formal education in management whereas some students emerge as self taught. But What I would like to concentrate upon is this pursuit of formal management education.
Are lectures coupled with case studies, workshops, interactive sessions, seminars and presentations the most ideal form of teaching is the traditional method that is followed across most institutions. Some institutes have innovated with Guest faculty who give a first experience of the happenings in the industries, so that the students can remain updated of the latest developments. It is becoming imperative for B-Schools for effectively combining tradition with innovate and modernity.
Just check the traditional methods that are followed by many B-schools in short listing the students for Management education. The written exam is followed by Group Discussions and Personal Interviews. Various leading B-schools that offer marketing courses, course in human resource management etc, have incorporated and innovated factors of psychological performance through innovative management games and response tests for judging the students true outlook for pursuing management education.
B-schools create revolutionary thinkers, leaders in the business world but they have not been thinking to take any innovative steps as far as their own brand building is concerned until now.
One might want from B-Schools may be endless. But as a bench mark B-schools (offering marketing courses, course in human resource management etc.) should strive to offer an infrastructure that will incorporate the state-of-the-art facilities aimed at strengthening the technical, conceptual and human skills of the managers that emerge from the institute.
With features of intelligence building, the overall set up should be futuristic that will be cumulative effect of Technology with knowledge faculties (from India and abroad) from across the globe. All thanks to rapid progress of technology for this will be a systems driven set up in the age of digital era.
These facilities should include Plug and Play classrooms equipped with video data LCD projectors, videoconferencing, audio playback facilities with high speed internet connectivity; E-centre and Entrepreneurship Guidance Cell; Centre for Global Networking; Hi-tech Management development centre; State-of-the-art CD ROM based library, Case Study discussion hall and the likes.
Therefore, B-Schools have to look at the “building quality student concept”, transferring them to the corporate world and support managers in their future endeavors. That is transferring these professionals to the industries.