Learning Approach

Teaching Pedagogy

JK Business School endeavors to make teaching a participative and experiential exercise. This essentially involves very innovative pedagogy viz personal contact programme, virtual class rooms, practical computer sessions, case studies, projects & presentations, assignments, management games and role plays. Through simulation exercise students are encouraged to be fully involved in these activities to make use of their latent capabilities and channelize their potential in the right direction.

Case Study

Case discussions are supplemented with lectures, seminars, games, role plays, industrial visits, and group exercises. The case method is utilized to develop skills needed for problem-solving, decision-making, and implementation. Cases are tailored to encourage a vibrant interplay of ideas and their practical applications, and expose students to both leading edge research and current practices. Cases are reviewed every year to reflect current managerial practices and trends.

Industry Projects

At the end of the first year every student undertakes a summer training project in the industry for a period of 8 weeks to gain industry exposure. The eight week summer project is an opportunity for participants to put their ideas and skills to work in established and reputed companies from various sectors. It gives them an opportunity to show their talent and capabilities. Each student is assigned a faculty guide who supervises the summer project. At the end of the training period, students are required to submit a written project report, which is evaluated by a panel of experts. A compulsory component of curriculum, it provides student an exposure to corporate working and business realities.

Group Projects

Working with talented and accomplished peers provides a unique opportunity for accelerated professional and personal growth. Group projects, a major component of most courses, help students develop and refine skills in the management of diverse groups.

Students are required to take a Dissertation in last term on topic of their interest from either of their area of specialization. This provides an opportunity to the students to study, in depth, an area of their interest.